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Publication Date: February 2, 1968
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Vol. 45, No. 23 MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2
1968 28 PAGES -15*



I COED KILLED A JACKSON HIGH IThe



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problem of Dade County ((1. : '7 : r In her statement to police,
students taking guns to school n Blanche said she had been
moved into sharp focus Tues- "So I told her to wait until I got back and I standing in the hall talking to
day when a 16-year-old Miami went around the corner to my /locker." .1 two boys when Linda came up
Jackson coed was shot and killed and demanded use of her pen.
in a Jackson corridor by "When I came back she was sitting down .', When Blanche toldher she
another girl student. and when she saw me she got up and went un- tMay would have to wait, she said
Only last week a gwi in the der her blouse and took her razor blade. Linda cursed her and pulledout
purse of a student at Mays Highin 1 a razor blade.
Goulds was discharged ac- "After she seen the gun in my hand she, Blanche said she got the gun
cidently with the bullet glanc- came toward me and swung the razor, aiming at from a nearby locker and re-
ing off the head of a star l my' face. I pushed her back. Then someone turned to the scene where she
basketball player. grabbed me fron behind and tried to wring the claimed Linda attacked her
Reports of the tragedy gun out of my hand and it went off and that's with the razor blade. She
; brought :Police Chief Walter what happened" claimed the gun went off when
"Get Tough" Headley Intoac- someone grabbed her from
tion with an offer of the ser- t behind during the scuffle.
vices of his men to frisk stu Police have not been able to
dents at Miami Jackson for BLANCHE DEAN The search of lockers was was Blanche Patricia Dean, LINDA LIPSCOMB locate the pistol. It is believed -
concealed weapons. . Did Fatal Shooting prompted by the fact witnessestold 16, of 1371 NW 60th St. . Shooting Victim 1 one of the students in
But Principal Don Bur- police the .22-calibre Blanche told homocide- the crowd took it. i
roughs of Jackson refused to Burroughs spoke up for his murder weapon was taken froma tectives that Linda had she and Linda scuffled with A juvenile hearing for
become emotional and turned school and called the killingan locker during a heated argument threatened her with a razor each other. Blanche was held on Wednesday -
down the offer. A requested isolated incident. Jackson, between the two girls. blade during an argument overa Though the argument between The court ordered her
search of all lockersIn with an enrollment of 2500, is Killed by a bullet In the chest ballpoint pen. She said the the two girls was said held for 25 days after which
the school Tuesday night about 80 percent Negro. was Linda Lipscomb of 2255 pistol she used! was found on to be over a fountain pen, some time yhey will decide whethershe
w turned up no weapons at all-- Whites and Latins make up the NW 48th St. a bus bench outside the school, students say the two girls were will be tried as an adultor
not even a knife. balance of the enrollment. Being held Juvenile court and that it discharged while Involved in a love triangle. juvenile.



Cut In Funds Threatens 1962 'Suicide' Now Murder Case [I

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Charged withal962murder 1, 1962. Beck produced evidence of ",
Poverty Program Roy Lee Young went on His hands were bound be- homicide resulting in the indictment -
trial for his life Monday for a hind his back by a wire and of Young and others,
death that was considered a another wire connected themto after working on a tip.
By JOHN A. DIAZ most the 1966.67 rate while few months. These conditionshave suicide,up.to two years ago. a loop around his neck. His
.t. waiting for this year's fundingby left some bitterness The 36 -1.year-old.Young is car was found underwater: in A ninq,-'mah, three-woman
The Dade poverty program Wishington. some employes remained unpaid serving a bad-check convic-, the lake at NW 25th St.and 37 Circuit i Court Jury was told
(EOPI) is facing drastic reduction The meaning of this opera- for weeks;caused resignations tion in Raiford prison. Heis;: Monday by Assistant State Attorney -
in its a c ti v it i e s because tion is that the full year reductions of some of the mem- accused of killing James P. Ave.Death was ruled a suicide Steve Kogan that the
of the federal govern- must be made in four bers of the staff; a verbal filth t: Egg 1 e r, a 30-year-old airplane until 1966 because Eggler's state would prove Young murdered
ment's cuts In funds, as an- months, with the length of the between the regional directorin mechanic.The repeated threats to take his Eggler for what was left
nounced Monday when EOPI full year remaining. Atlanta and EOPI directorin body of Eggler was own life. Miami Police Sgt of the mechanic's paycheck :
received approvalof its That's why we think that Miami, and other un found in lake
floating a near Beck started his own investigation after the two had been on a
budget. there will be a layoff of hun- pleasantness.Said Miami '''International Airport at that time. drinking spree.
But EOPI director Richard dreds of staff members, even a board member of the .
Weather ley told The Times though Weather ly told The program Donald Wheeler ," .. J I'fr'Imoo" ) I
that there Is still hope of his Times that the layoffs "will Jones, "We've been hinderedand
A'N'gro Can Be Elected to :
receiving sufficient funds not be on a large scale." harrassed and intimidatedby :1
through the regional directorin The reduction of funds will this man (Phelps) for
Atlanta, Dr. Ralph Phelps; necessitate cutting the day months." Florida City CommissionA i
and that there might not be any care program to about one An explanation given by one .. _
large scale layoffs of EOPI half. The neighborhood cent- observer is that the cut in the Negro who Is a candi- number 01 me votes cast in
employes in the Miami area. ers central offices will budget is that the federal agen- date for city commissionerin the January 23 primary /'
The board president of probably have to be closed. cy is giving higher prioritythis Florida City Is in the election, .There are now
EO PIt Dr. H. Franklin Williams That is because so many year to programs 10 the r February 6 run-off,andean four candidates in the run
however has written staff members will have to be than the existing urban be elected if he receives off. He received 222 votes.
Phelps "that these funding reductions laid off that the centers, whichIs oriented ones, and those other substantial support from The other candidates\ (all '
are sufficientlysevere really the heart of EOPI, programs are not bandied by the Negro voters. whites), received 401, 300,
so as to effectivelyclose could not function, said Mr. EOPI here. If Pedro W, Taylor and 251 respectively. P
down the program" Weather ley. aoo should get only half of the For the 'firsttlme In
The budget approved by the The administration's budget registered Negro voters to Florida City there Is a Negro
regional director in Atlanta for the operation of EOPI will REGISTRATION BOOKS vote for him he will be the candidate in the city Mr. Taylor's platform
($5.3 million) for the current face an 80 percent cut,because first Negro city commissioner election run-off. Mr. Tay- very progressive; the
fiscal year was more than 25 there will not be enough moneyto ARE BEING PURGED. in Florida City. lor's support came from planks are as follows; ((1)
per cent less than last year's pay office expenses and absolutely Sixty-one percent of the the churches and some of Bring the government to the
budget of $7.1 million. none for the salariesof ARE YOU PROPERLY registered voters are Negroes the white business peoplein people. (2)) No Increase in
The reduction in funds has the staff members. the Negro'section of the property and utility taxes.
Jeopardized the continuation The Dade war onpoverty REGIS TERED ????? Mr. Taylor qualified for city. All he needs now Is ((3) Improved recreation facilities -
of EOPI here because the program has been plagued with the run-off because he received sufficient funds to finance aand(4)) Clearing... ,
agency has beenspending at al- financial crises for the past the fourth largestThe his campaign for election. of slums. ,




I Bishop Carroll Asks $Million Foundation to House Poor {, I

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A $50,000 housing fund was offered Thursday by offer, which was enthusiastically received,was City of Miami-to save it from becoming"one big ghet-
Catholic Bishop Coleman F.carroll to the Miami Com made during a hearing on low-income housing problems to" of low-income minority groups.
munity with a challenge to expand it to$1 million to get conducted by a subcommittee of the recently organized "The banks," said the Bishop, "certainly ought to be
moving on private non-profit housing for the poor. Urban Affairs Committee of the Florida Legislature. interested. So should the churches.
The establishment of a citizens foundation was pro- The services of the Metro county attorney's officeto The money would go to non-profit groups which need
posed by him. This would get the money from busi- draw up legal papers for creation of the proposed money to buy land and hire architects and planners for
ness,Industry,financial institutions and the churches.The foundation, were immediately offered by Commis- housing projects financed under FHA programs.
$1 million would go to provide "seed" money sioners Joy Boyd and Lew Whitworth.
needed by non-profit housing corporations to take ad- After group huddle it was decided best to keep The federal funds would take care of most of the cost
vantage of federal subsidized housing programs.It Metro out of it. of the projects, but non-profit groups which have par-
would put to work about $40 to$50 million in federal State Rep. Gerald Lewis, subcommittee chairman, ticipated in the FHA program In other sections of the
guaranteed Mortgages that would produce about said, "This could be the beginning of a communitywide country, have had to come up with some of their own
6,500 housing units. attack on one of our most serious urban, prob- money in order to get things going
Bishop Carroll, whose Diocese of Miami extends lems." Eventually, someof the money would be returned to
over South Florida, said, "This would be only the be- It was suggested Bishop Carroll that the additional the proposed foundation and could be used as a revolving
ginning." $950,000 be raised from groups who have a stake in the fund.
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2 THE MIAMI TIMES' '_i ides;: t, rilory':.2,1968, '?


I IBJ Stands f/rni;:On Civil/ 'R/ghfs/ Ask Congressfor Dancers, Go-Go Girls


Action In Special/ MessageWashington FABULOUS NEW OPPORTUNITYFOR SHOW

D. C.Presi- "..To make equal oppor- can afford It, should be free center. In that crowded ghetto,
dent Lyndon B.'Johnson reaf- tunity in housing a reality for to do so. human tragedies -- and crime INTERVIEWS SATURDAY, FEB. 3
firmed his vigorous stand on all Americans." "Segregation in housing increase and multiply. Un- 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
civil rights and called for action On the crucial issue of em- compounds the Nation's so- employment and educational
by the Congress In a Spec ployment the President cial and economic problems. problems are compounded-- At:
ial Civil Rights Message to iterated his request for Con- When those who have the because isolation in the 1822 NW 50th STREET
the Congress WednesdayThe gress to appropriate $2.1 billion means to move out of the cen- central city prevents minority
President said:"In this for a tral city are denied the chanceto groups from reaching schools
session, I Appeal to the Con- help secure manpower Jobs for programto 500- do so, the result is a compression and available jobs in other
gress to complete the task It 000 hard-core unemployed in of population in the areas.
has begun
: the major cities. A messageon
--strengthen Federal
this subject was sent to the
criminal laws
prohibiting
Congress earlier.
lent Interference with the exercise 1
of civil rights. ?In his appeal for equal op- pontiac
".To give the Equal Em- portunity in housing, Presi-
ployment Opportunity Com- dent Johnson told the Con-
mission the authority it needsto gress:
carry out its vital respon- "Construction of new homesis
sibilities. not enough unless every
"-To assure that Federaland family is free to purchase and prizes!
State Juries are selected rent them. Every Americanwho big
without discrimination. wishes to buy a home,and


I Voters League Meeting


Promises To Drop Bombshells
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Florida Voters League of the free democratic American 'TTiCbN
Board drops three heavy system as the hope for the
bombs on state's political hot- darker people of the world, is
house at Orlando meeting the endorsement of organiz-
openly challenging weakened- ing chairman Norman E.Jones
confused disorganized "tired to put a slate of Negro dele-
old democratic hierarchy." gates, unpledged, on the bal- &
Norman E. Jones, League lot for the National Democratic -
relations director,emphatically convention in August.
declared his candidacyfor Jones suggested that pri-
the United States Senate ority on this unpledged dele- .
seat sought by attorney Leroy gate slate be given to Negro o /J ,
Collins and State Attorney elective officers and unsuccessful .ES s \
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General Earl Faircloth as the candidates.
initial step in the League's Spring league assembly will y
d r 1 veto aid and encouragemore meet in Jacksonville with the
Negroes to enter race September fall convention going
for major local-district and for the first time in many '.
statewide elective offices. years to Tampa.
Third major announcementfrom The Florida Voters LeagueInc. :.
the league directors in ., organized in 1946isa
order to bring the Negro elec- non-partisan statewide organization ustWIj1cctshaWard9
torate into the mainstream of dedicated to greater -
American democracy seekingto and more effective participation :
prove to the Communistworld of the Negro electorateIn
the inherent superiority political activities. _
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THE MIAMI I TIMES, Friday, February 2, 1968 3 i

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A federal antipoverty grant- $500,000. This Is a refunding signed to serve 1,000 children.
for $1,843,268 to Dade Countywas of a Day Care Program which Full Year Headstart$700,-
1 announced today by Dr. serves 1,000 childrenaged 000. The components will po-
Ralph A. Phelps Jr., South- 2 1/2 to 6 years. The centersare vide Full Year Head Start for
I east Regional Director of the open for nine hours per 2,420 five-year-old children y
i' Office of Economic Opportunity day, five days per week. from poverty pockets.The I
in Atlanta, Georgia. Health Component $143- grantee of this program ..r.ris
The components of this 268. Medical Service for both Economic Opportunity Pro
I-t multi-purpose grant include: Day care and Full Year Head gram, Inc., with offices at Miami -
, Neighborhood Service Cen- Start programs combined in a The executive directorIs
ters $330,00.. The neighbor- single health component de Richard Weather ley.
y1y1MYn
V hood multi-service center 1
serves as a base for resident
participation, organizes
groups such as tenants leaguesand Why should
block clubs to deal with local you carry
.. problems, identifies
; ,t bridges the gaps in servicesand our advertising
obstactles in the ways of
obtaining these services; around in ?
helps individuals utilize exist your pocket
ing services.

Conduct and administration
$128,000. This component
. . will provide for the overall ad-
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Dr. Richard V. Moore, president of Bethune-Cookman College received a check ministration of the Dade ,
for SS, roo courtesy of Gulf Oil Cooperation. Shown making the presentation at left is County War on Poverty. They oo-_ ,
Jack Bruea Gulf Oil from Orlando currently have a wide range of
representative as Daniel Keane, Gulf Oil represen-
tative from looks OEO programs which will con-
Pittsburgh on. EEiTZv -
The money will/ be applied to the local development fund treasury, who's pledgeis tinue to operate. _'- -
$150,000 to be raised by January 1, 1969. The fund raising program is a part of a Mobile Dental Clinic-$20- fr
10 year campaign to raise $7 to $10 million for expansion of the Bethune-Cookman 000.This program provides a (
College/ facilities. Mobile Dental unit (equipped :\I
Bethune-Cookman College, located in Daytona Beach, Florida, has an enroll/ for two dental terms)to serve I
ment of 1160 students from 38 states and eight foreign countries. dental needs of target area '
school children between the :'Ij j

I Carver YMCA Blastoff To Cite ages whose of six family to fifteen income years meet j
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Outstanding CitizensThe OEO eligibility standards. ,I
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Child Spacing Services
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Carver Branch YMCA The Project Atlast Blastoff and be a part of the work It Is -$22,000. This program will
project Atlas Blastoff Dinnerat Dinner at 6:30: p.m. on Mon- doing provide guidance, educationand 1'J I i
Toby's Cafeteria, Monday day evenings will start the Y's The Project Atlas Team extends the necessary provisionsfor 'J
evening, February 5, will be 1968 Membership Drive. The a c o r d I a 1 invitatlo to poor mothers to space .
the occasion for citing several Director of Project Atlas Is every person In te commun- their families in accordancewith
citizens who have made out- publisher! Garth C. Reeves. ity to attend its Dutch Treat their desires. ,
standing contributions to the Reeves and his able team of Blastoff Dinner. It's the way Child Opportunity Centers- .
Y during the past year. Car- flight directors and astro- to get to know and become a
ver Program Director Ray flaunts have already begun part of a very Important cotn-
Thornton said the Y Is greatly executing their plans to make i munity resource,Reeves said. JIIIIMiliVliHIiltt l
indebted to the community this year's drive the most sue Gef5LICK
for the success of last year's cessful eyer.Their efforts
program and that those per- will touch every'citizen in the Whereas, an all-white.staffin :: F. BLACK The name comes off and the

sons receiving recognition are community. Director Reeves the American Consul Gen- DOUBLE ACTION taste comes on. Comes on good.
eral's Office In a predomi-
a lCOLORSCiRAYlWR1lACI8r
considered representatives of said that the Carver Branch
the,community as well as out- YMCA Is a community institution nantly black country does not 2 MBSES HAIR IIWACE
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standing contributors In their and every person In the
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Florida. Miss Glenda Taylor (left) a freshman sociology major/ from Atlanta, Ga., with
assist problems.
A public relations department to you your
and Patricia Bradley, a freshman mathematics major/ from Jacksonville, enjoying a
friendly chat with the president-emeritus of Morehouse College. Dr. Mays was the Tenants concern will stop vandalism and reduce thecost of housing. I
Enrichment Hour speaker at FAMU. Miss Taylor is "Miss Freshman."

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday February 2 1968
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Earl Carroll Speaks I His Piece ANYTHING


It Is about time for the Negroes in Dade County to awakento G OES.

the fact that they must become totally integrated into their L- BY GARTH C. REEVES ,
community. We have been dealt out of our"fair share" of revenue -

Office 6530NW 15th Ave., Miami, Flo. 33147-PhoneI691.0421 from'our government by our government officials. Ten

H. E. SICISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher years from today Negroes will be in the same predicament as Metro Community Relations
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor they are in now If they do not demand a change in the social,

STANLEY, I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor economic, political,and educational structure of 0 u r community -
Commended
I Board For Work DoneSeven
National Advertising work to,
Representative and
ourselves
Now is the time that we must unite
Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. beneficial to us our children, and our organizations all specialists
310 Madison wards a goal that will be powerful in intergroup
Avenue. New York, N. Y, 10017
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association children's children.I relations, gave high praise to the Metro Community Relations
2400 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, /III. 60616 have been taught and am certainly convinced-that prior Board this week. The commendation for the work of the board

'planning always brings about an outstanding finish All over the was revealed in a letter to the Miami Times this week The
SUBSCRIPTION
ONE YEAR 55.00 SIX MONTHS -RATES$3.00 FOREIGN $6.00'nation' Negroes are in a state of unrest,because they are bar- Letter was signed by the Greater Miami Urban League

gaining for equality. However, for soe unknown reason,Negroes American Jewish Committee, Human Relations Departmentof
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post in Dade County are taking a lackadaisical attitude toward the University of Miami, National Conference of Christiansand
Office at Miami I, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876
elevating themselves socially, educationally, politically, and Jews, Anti-Defamation League of B'Nai B'Rith, Florida
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead { minds of the people in this county. The individuals would
the world from racial and national antagonism when it accordsto Their letter follows:
every man regardless of his race, creed or color his human 'only realize that there is an end to every journey; I am quite Reeves
and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man.-the Negro sure that they would begin to project themselves is a more Dear Mr. :
Press strives to help every man in the firm belief that all men ]militant manner.If As Intergroup Relations Specialists, we want to express our
are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. the proper foundation is laid for our young people they thoughts regarding the Metro Community Relations Board and

CHANGE BUS ROUTE 21 will begin to build around it as other ethnic groups have done. its role in furthering greater understanding between the vari-
However there areveryfew financially able Negroes in thist' ous ethnic groups in Greater Miami.

Many people have come to us with complaints about the
routing and service on Metro Transit Authority bus route No. ; to upgrade the Negro community. I have surveyed this mission in June, 1963, was given the mandate "to foster mutual

21. This route is the biggest money maker In the entire transit i county and have found that migrants that have settled here are understanding, tolerance and respect among all economic,

system and the MTA should sit up and take notice. ]living better and earning more substantial salaries than peo- social, religious and ethnic groups in the county,"

With the Negro population expanding all over Dade Countyand j ple who have lived hee all their lives. It appears to me that During the first two years of its existence, the Board, de-

especially to the north, it is time we did some rerouting ;Negro native Dade Countians are not interested in promoting spite a limited budget, made a significant contribution in facing

to better serve the riders in these areas. The northern ter- |themselves economically. I am making an appeal to the peo- the challenge of compliance in the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

minus of route 21 is presently at NW 71st st, and 22nd Ave. j ple of this community to wake up and support our people who Sufficient funds were made available in 1966 toallowforafulIcomplement

This dark corner has been the scene of numerous robberiesof are trying to better our community. This will result in total of qualified professional staff. '

bus drivers and attacks on leaving the buses at night. Our ,enjoyment for all. Try to help your child,or somebody's child, As a result of the public and financial support given to the

suggestion is that the route continue north on 22nd Ave. to 75th if< 'you are not a parent, to become a good citizen. Negroes in CRB in the past two years,they have undertaken a number of

St. West on 75th to 27th Ave. North on 27th Ave. to 79th St. ]Dade County must build some type of foundation that will help constructive programs which have included the following;

East on 79th St.to 17th Ave.South on 17th to resume the regu- ,other Negroes in years to come.I 1. The outstanding work of the Equal Employment Opportunity

lar route. These changes would aid hundreds of bus riders who personally would like to see an interdenominational get- Task Force which was federally fundedbecause of alert

live and work in this general area and also Those who have to j together, whereby all churches will join forces for the pur- ness and efforts of CRB in applying for these funds.

get to 79th St. and 27th Ave. to catch the bus to Opa-bcka It j pose of establishing a foundation for Negroes. I know of no 2. Police-Community Relations seminars and meetings re-

would also be a great thing for merchants in the Northside ,other suggestion more feasible than this, whereby we can get sulted in a uniform policy being adopted by aU 27 of Dade

Shopping Center. (enough money to get off to a good start. We must try to com- County's law enforcement agencies.

Another gripe reaching our desk is the southern end of the j municate with one another at this late date,for if we fail now, 3, The Good Neighbor program, which identified the 3800

route. Riders are deposited one block west of the courthouse, we might not be able to survive late. If anyone is interested in proponents of open housing in Dade County, and made it pos-
far from their working places and several blocks from the
spot
|the aforementioned suggestion, kindly write me at P. 0. Box sible for the CRB, government planning and housing agencies,
where
they may transfer to the Miami Beach bus. This bus
215, Edison Center Station, Miami 33151. the School Board and voluntary intergroup agencies to be more
should continue east as far as Biscayne Boulevard.
I must say a few words on the subject of today in Dade effective in their planning.
Negroes own fewer automobiles and depend more on buses
for (County, only 57,000 of which are Negroes. That constitutes! 4. The summer employment program which was recognized
transportation. They should be
given ample consideration.
j little more than 1/9 of our total vote. How can we get repre- nationally for its effectiveness in 1967 in placing large numbers

sentation if it is not given to us through "tokenism?" We can- of young people in gainful employment.

RANGE FOR METRO? i ii not win by our votes alone unless we h a v e districts. This is 5. Bringing together school officials, community represen-

why the Supreme Court of the U n i t e d States has ruled that tatives and citizens to discuss school site planning in a con-
Word is going around town that some of the big boys down-
(states should district themselves so as to bring about equal structive fashion.
town to Commissioner Athalie Range to re-
are trying get City J
representation among all minorities. People of all races and 6. Its efforts to
sign her seat run for the Metro Commission. They promise including trip to Washington,D.C., secure
}religions, of unions orders etc. have joined in the to
,
solid physical and financial backing and figures she can't miss fight non-discriminatory housing for minority group service men
secure 43,000 registered voters signatures in order that based in
we Greater Miami.
election. While we feel Mrs. Range will be a shoo-in for any J
can plac this question or issue on the ballot for the
May primary These and many other programs are most significant and
race in Dade County, we hardly feel that she is the only per-
] If you want to help please call 7 59-4 603 for form after
son qualified to serve on the Metro Commission. Let's keep a laudable since they have been initiated and carried out by an

Mrs. Range where she is doing such a great Job and seek out J 26-68, when the Dade County Commissioners will approve this agency, which in terms of age and experience a new entity
form. Most states in the Union have already created districts, with a most vital responsibility.
another Negro to run for Metro.
I but for some reason here in Dade County, the "rich" feel that It is, in addition, our view that several significant factors

\the "poor" should not have any voice government. Are you have been overlooked in some of the recent public comments.
MATTHEWS FOR EOPI PRESIDENT going to sit and be subjected to "taxation without represen- The program mentioned above, while most valuable and

Some members of the board of Economic Opportunity Program tation" all of your life? Or are you going to wake up and fight worthwhile, cannot in anyway compare to a more importantrole

inc. seem to want a change In the presidency. At the j for your rights? This is my home, the only home that I know, which the CRB and its staff has played, and which is too
and I am confident that all of feel as I do. Therefore
you I often
overlooked.The
meeting on Monday when election was supposed to be held .
plead with you, as I never have before, to get to work, now. rapid of social in in the past
things got a little out of hand when the name of Attorney James pace change our country
Matthews was put in nomination from the floor. It seems a mi- Look for other articles to follow. few years demands a constant reappraisal of goals and methodsin

nority of the old guard wants to keep Dr. H. Franklin Williams Earl Carroll reaching those goals. The CRB, and particularly its staff

in the drivers seat, but a majority of those present were because of its flexibility and sensitivity to the implications of

strongly behind Mr. Matthews. The situation reached an im- BROTHERHOOD, NOT INSULTS such c ha n g e,has responded to them.affirmatively and has,

passe so the election was postponed until a later date. In Sunday's edition the Monitor carried an anguished reve- also, rendered assistance to Miami in helping it come to grips

lation of what is in the heart of so many American Negroes. with these changes.

In the words of Dick Gregory (the accomplished comedian and I The Community Relations Board has created a channel for
ARE YOU A VOTER? even communications between the who make up
more
accomplished pleader for racial Justice), the unbearable community groups

U you have not voted in the last two years, you cannot vote aspects of the Negro's situation boil down to a simple, our body politic, by proving opportunities for minority group
overriding fact the continual and members to bring their grievance to an official agency where
unless you re-register. Believe it or not,Supervisor of Elec- ; continuous affront to human{
tions Braterman warned 84,000 non-voters that they must reregister dignity. solutions could be sought jointly.
or they will not be able to vote. "It's the insults," Mr. Gregory said, not the terrible hous- The CRB has also given leadership to other agencies ; In the

The deadline for registering is April 16; so you have plentyof ing, not the disheartening unemployment, not the inadequate, intergroup relations field.
education or the poverty but the insults We commend the Community Relations Board and their staff
time and the
but do so as early as possible. Time and tide wait for indignities.
no man. If ever a plea from one human being to his fellows should j for' their work in past years. We are confident that under the

May 7 and 28 we will be casting our ballots for members of be listened to and heeded, it is this demand for an end to the present lay and professional leadership, the Community Relations -

the Metro Commission, State Attorney, U. S. Senate, House, thousand and one big and little slights which cut any man, woman Board will expand and enhance its contribution to co-
or child to the quick. structive and positive relationships between the groups who,
State Legislature, Judgeships, and other state and county officers m
and our School Board. Not to listen and draw wise and Christian conclusions from as equal partners, make Miami the great community that it is.

such words would be the height of unwisdom. For
"A voteless people is a helpless people. Mr. Gregory
is speaking neither theoretically nor hypothetically. He is

GOV. KIRK'S PROPOSITIONGoverno speaking against the background of the single greatest domes DADE LEADS IN DESEGREGATION

tic challenge facing the United States today. He is speaking

against the background of last summer's terrible A report the shows that
riots.He is: on state desegregation progress
r Claude Kirk has proposed that the federal gov-
speaking against the background of a mountain still Florida is somewhat slow.
unsolved I making progress even if it's
ernment attack the of
problem unemployment by providing a
racial problems and uncalmed racial tensions. At the time state's 689,447 white
present the total shows
Job mobility subsidy to move workers to areas where they are
Nor is it
needed.A enough merely to listen, to understand, to absorb, pupils and 104,587 Negro pupils attending desegregated
and to sympathize It is also necessary to act. schools. There 184,486Negroes
To act to are stUllosegregated schools
direct of to should be made prove
payment up $1,000 on a onetime in toy the
I ipractical ways Negro that he is seen and felt as and 237,437 whites.
basis to any man who is willing to move his familyto American has any
a to be
right
seen and felt. To cleanse the national Thirteen years ago the Supreme Court of the United States
a labor-short area said the Governor. The payment should
thought and
feeling of the mercilessness edict did of conducting -
of with
racial away the "separate but equal" way
cover the cost of his move and the first few months' rent. dice. To do those practical pre ju- about
things which will convince schools. can bring:
him that Non-compliance with this ruling
"It must be but if economic incentive ;
voluntary provide an -
; you America stands
ready to live
up to the ideals upon which it loss of federal funds which are certainly helpful to those re-
t you get volunteers, he said. was founded and without which it cannot ceiving it.
Speaking at a meeting of the Associated Equipment Dealersof prosper.
We do not accept and will
never accept the In Dade desegregated
America, Kirk said Congress has already passed legisla- ed view {the more_ violence, rioting, insurrection commonly voic schools. County there are 32,000 Negroes in
tion providing for relocation payments to companies "hurt by inevitable or are either

tariff reductions in the Kennedy Round." believe that necessary.America To cannot accept solve such its a premise grimmest would be to ANOTHER 50 YEAR SENTENCE

He said some welfare systems actually penalized some men through wisdom, goodwill, and inspiration problems sentenced
for going off relief rolls to take Jobs and that the incentive not We believe that the heart of white On Tuesday, Criminal Court Judge Paul Baker bond of
America
to work must be removed. great deal on the racial has changed a Harry Grays, accused of two robberies while free on

The Governor also proposed a Job-Investment tax credit un- will change still more. But question, is continuing to change, and I another robbery charge, to 50 years :Jin prison. jury convict-

der which the industry would be given tax concessions for enough. There must be, equally greater clearly and ithas not changed ed Grays of taking a station wagon at gunpoint from two delivery

training new workers, and he added, "it would provide both recognition of man's universal brotherhood.more personally felt boys on July 8. ana
And there must be Grays admitted he also had been known as Toney Villisie
incentatives and stimulants to unions in opening up new Job positive, broad and generous practical
steps to hadbeenar-
Implement Toney paradise- said
recognition. that -names which police Grays
Christian
opportunities. Science Monitor.
rested for crimes, including automobile larceny.


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February' 2, 1968 5 '

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News IT'S' NOT THE OUTSIDE
l AGITATORS

Commentary:". p\i5; g -

By John A. Diaz
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"IF THEY WANT JOBS, WE'LL GET THEM JOBS," HENRY "'
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FORD II


In Detroit last year scores of Negroes were killed In the
riots that destroyed millions of dollars' worth of properties,
and store owners lostmillions through stealing, looting and
malicious mischief.
Needless to say, the rioters were not men and women who
were gainfully employed, nor were they youths who were
attending high schools and colleges. They were people who 1
should have been employed. Unemployment idleness despair,

hopelessness, that's the cause of racial disturbances. tJ ,
Nothing is more detested by this corner than generalization ,
and the stereotype attitude in the evaluation of the Negro's
ability. In conversation with a white employer's representative l r
last week, he told us that his company employed a Negro
truck driver, against the wishes of the white employes. The
Negro, he said, was quite efficient and every body liked him. : ::
But he was late for work so many times that he was discharg- ,
.i '
ed.The 141
white employes in the plant taunted this foreman with
the remarks, "We told you so; they are not reliable; you can't 9" *IT HAS BEEN THE INSIDE AGITATERS THATARE TO"::

depend on them." BLAM THE GROWL OF A MAN'S STOMACH TELLINGHIM
To these men who made these remarks,we asked, is it that
THAT HE IS HUNGRY- THE EMPTINESS OF A MANS POCKET
:
they don't know that there are in every city thousands of Ne-
groes in the employment of hundreds of businesses, and that TELLING HIM HE HAS NOT THE MONEY FOR CLOTHES AND

over 99 per cent of them are most reliable, trustworthy, efficient r :; A LIVEABLE HOME"
and progressive? REPREENTarvf<( ,. >j Plltfk.SS'OCVX: : -'

A large number of Negroes live, trapped, in the inner-city ,!
ghettos, are unemployed through no fault of their own. This ". I
JOBS ARE THE KEY No.1 :i
condition is found not only in Miami, of course, but also in i

Detroit, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Newark, and so
forth. They do want to work. PRIORITY Flb"$ :,1
,
In recent months some of these cities, shocked into action
t!
by the riots that swept them, one after the other, have been t
evolving a number of bold efforts to cut Into the nagging prob- ::j:::1::j::::;::: ::j:;::1:: : j:: : : : : : :::;: ::: : : : : :i::j: : : :!;:i:1:: ::i:: :i: : :i:i: :i: :i: ,

lems In Miami of Negro, the hard-core Task Force unemployment.is endeavoring to get employers' :: : ::\:\\\ ::1

representatives to meet and devise ways and means of employing AJC Blasts
Negroes, more of them insome instances, where Negroesare :::::: :;:;:;: \
already employed, and in places where no Negroes, or Methods Ask :::;::::
very few of them, are employed. These efforts are commen- ,

dable.We think that what the Ford Motor Company is doing In Detroit -
The Greater Miami Chapter of the A
should be done in the Miami area.
Committee this week called on Miami
The Ford Company is putting its own laboc recruiters into ;
ter Headley to "clarify" his recent
the ghetto, waiving traditional written tests of "ability" and
announcing a crack-down on hoodlums in
hiring men on the spot where they live. In effect, the companyis
sections' of the city and the use of rifles
saying that it is not waiting for men to come looking for
police officers.
jobs, but is taking jobs to the men, and women.
In a statement issued on behalf of the
Said Henry Ford n, "If they want jobs, we'll get them jobs.
Miami Chapter,Alfred Boas,president,
Equal more than the elimi-
employment opportunity requires
deplore methods' which call for the
nation of deliberate racial discrimination. Opportunity is not
v
of police'dogs, shotguns and the stopping
equal when people who would make good employes are not hired :
ing of persons who are not actually involved
because they do not know of openings, because they lack the "
mitment of acts of violence.
self-confidence to apply, or because formal hiring criteria
The ;implications of such practices, the i 1
screen out potentially good employes as well as potentiallypoor declared, "would intimidate law abiding '

ones . Management should be willing to go directly into black and white, to the point where the
the city, to seek out the unemployed to make sure that hiring for law and order would be severely'
standards are not unnecessarily or unrealistically restric- Urging intensified efforts "to protect
tive." zens by the use of traditional methods
the rights of individuals," Mr. Boas said
MIAMI NEEDS MORE POLICEMENThe
statements,
"unfortunate that the recent
mayorofNewYorkCityaskedlastweek for 710 more Headley give the impression that crime
policemen for his city. That's how he beginning his new the area in which many of our Negro
drive against crime, more policemen. He is also asking, and The Committee statement called on
Miami should do the same, for more policemen for street pa- forcement officials to exercise '

trol.New tect the lives and rights of Individuals,
York's Patrolmen's Benevolent Associatin has been and white, In traditional fashion, with
asking for 5,000 additional policemen for the city. They figure to constitutional principles. The
that the policemen need more manpower to combat crimes:! called on all citizens "for the support of
If Miami does not have the money to hire a substantial num- and for the police officials so charged."
ber of additional policemen,then the federal government should The statement also urged that "
subsidize the c ity with the necessary money for the salaries.It mediate efforts be made toward a r'I
is possible that some of the young men in Vietnam should be causes of crime in the streets of Miami

in the police force of many cities. duct of an all-out program to, provide

ORCHIDS AND BOUTONNAffiES tional facilities, educational programs
housing, for all the citizens of Miami,
I' r white, as a deterrent to crime."
Founded in 1906, the American Jewish
r -- is this country's pioneer human relations
country.It combats bigotry, protects
religious rights'ofjews here and abroad
the cause of human rights for all.





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MR. MATTHEWS MRS. POOLE LIEUT. SMITHMr. Miami Times

James W. Matthews the attorney who victoriously 6530 NW 15th Avenue
caused a significant change in the Florida out-of-date law that Miami, Florida 33147
prohibited marriages between Negroes and whites, when the
state's Supreme Court ordered a Miami judge, last week, to Pear Sir :
permit Mr. James VanHook, Negro, to marry his white fiancee -

Miss Liane Peters. Enclosed please find the sum of
Mrs. Jessie Poole, who operates "MOM'S," one of the best
"Soul Food' restaurants in the city, for the freshly cooked, to cover the cost of n ____

courteously served ox tails, blackeyed peas, collard greens, the Miami Times.
rice and other dishes, with the assistance of her relatives,

Marva, Loretta, and another Jessie. Mail 1 Paper To
Lieutenant LeRoy Smith, the first and only Negro to be promoted
from patrolman In the police force here, for doing the \JJrcs

fine job in the performance of his duties. City _ _ _ State__ Zip

Harry Spear, The Times' sports editor, celebrates his 80th One YE. ts.00 ( )
birthday this week. So, it's not how old you are; It's how good

you are.

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6 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, February 2, 1968





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It's been a long, long time since the following classmates: f 4
Hirama Tbweatt Cannon of Chicago; Hazel Dean Terrell and BY PRISCILLA REDDING
Clarice Littles had a really goodtete-a-te.Soit was a Sunday
when we were guest of Alma Crawford of Richmond Heights Happy birthday wishes are extended to Mrs. Marie Johnson
along with friends, Harriett Hart, Doreen Young, Georgianna McCall of(14621 Elington Street) by her relatives and friends
Johnson, Maxine Bethel, and the Fred Martins. Bea sends a Jan. 30. The Richmond Heights Womans Clubs are working in ,
big hello to all the friends she did not see, but promiese to groups according to months. The month of January ended their ; :,y r.'ti .
return again real soon. activities, Sat. Jan. 27, wth a party at the home of its chair-
Hirama Beatrice Cannon and son,Hubert visited the fun city man, Mrs. Marie J. McCall. Mrs. Lenora Scott of((2934 NWan
of Miami during the week of January 22 through 28. Bea is i 48th Terr.) was the winner of a beautiful velvet and featheredhat
Instructor at Bogan City College in the Windy City. The trip that was made by Mrs. Edith coverson of Howard. Mrs.
was a combination business and pleasure affair. Bea is alsoa McCall and her committee are thanking all that helped to make
travel consultant and in this capacity was interested in look- their drive a success. Mrs. McCall would also like to thank all
ing over hotel facitlities and other accomuditions in Miami of her club members, relatives and friends that was simplyi .

and adjoining cities.They visited Cocoa Beach and toured Cape i i wonderful to her during her surgery at Baptist Hospital and jJ
Kennedy. For the weekend Bea and her son were the house- convalescence at home. A thanks was in earlier but the name 7
guests of Mr. and Mrs. James (Alma) Crawford appeared as Maurice instead of Marie,again thank you one and
WHAT'S NEW IN GIRL SCOUTING ? ? ? "The Design for all. i
Learning" a new training couse for the GIrlS':out Leader. Members of Second Baptist Church wish to thank one and all 1 h )
You'll be hearing more about it.WHO?Tie Girl Scout Council for helping to make their Deacon and Deaconess Second An-
of Tropical Florida has Just hired an assistant to our Field niversary a success.

Director Mrs. E, D. Scrogin (Jean) in the person of ThelmaJ. The Frank C. Martin Elem. PTA will hold its regular monthly 1
McDonald and a Field-Aid in the person>> of Earline Pinder. meeting, Monday, Feb. 5, in the Cafeteria,at 8:00 p.m. The
Congratulations to these ladies whose Job will be to help build most outstandinf room mother of the 1967-68 school term will -
Girl Scouting in our neighborhood. be presented at this meeting.

1 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hollls(Ossie)of 14521 Harrison Streetare ,
proud parents of a bouncing baby boy born, Jan. 27. Visi- -
ting with Mr. and Mrs. Hollis is Mrs. Mattie Hudson of Bir- Wt.ittedolwu
GRIEGd9F
mingham, Ala. 02
I
The Basketball schedule for the Miami Killian Cougas Tues-

day, Feb. 6,the Miami Spring Hawks. Friday, Feb. 9, the coral 1 t
Park Rams. Saturday, Feb. 10, the Key West KonchsTo
The marriage of Miss Simons, Alfred Roland and
Juanita Leona Johnson, Henry Young.
those who are saddened by the death of Henry Wil-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
liams of 14520 Pierce Street, who died Jan. 27. May you find Thomas Oscar Johnson of Gennell Morley cousin of
comfort In these words the bride bearer.Mr.
: Louis was the ring .
NATALIA MARTHA ANN REEVES Opa-locka to Joseph
There is a day of sunny rest Whitted, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones served as
Claranelle'McKenzie was hostess at a surprise birthday din- For every dark and troubled night; Schiley Whitted, Sr. of Hiss- organist. Mrs Asquith Mc-
ner party for her mother, Mrs. FlorineMcKenzieon her 70th And grief may bide an evening quest, borough, N. C., took place on Donald cousin of the bride was

birthday But joy shall come with morning light. Saturday evening, Dec. 30, in soloist.
And now they are Three The Samuel Browns(Sarah) are the For God Hath marked each sorrowing day, the Episcopal Church of the Incarnation -
proud parents of a darling baby daughter, Soap. And numbered every secret tear, with the Rev. A. For her daughter's wedding,
Mr. andMrs. Cyril Prescod of New York arrived In Miamito And Heaven's long age of bliss shall pay Tyrrel Dear and the Rev. Mrs. Johnson, chose an origi-
visit his mother, Mrs. Maude Prescod and family of 6735 For all His children suffer here Elisha Clarke celebrating the nal gown with matching Jacketof
NW 13th Ave. Cyril is a top New York Hairstylist. Before returning salmon pink silk brocade
to New York City he plans to relax in the warm tropical By William Cullen BryantJr" Nuptial Mass. with a hint of gold metalic
threading. The gown and Jacket
sunshine
of Nassau.
The bride, who was given in
Get well wishes to: Willie Eve at Opa-locka: General; Juanita marriage by her father, was were elegantly trimmed with
Curtis at Jackson Knowles at home _. <" black diamond mink at the
; Joycelyn ; Richard John I' in a white long-sleeved gown
son and H. E. S. Rosves at Doctors Hospital. :.' ". of French re-embroidcd lace hemline and around the cowl
'"
Houseguesting with Bill and Bernice :,. of the jacket and gold acces-
Sawyer are Kate Bondof and peau de soie. The bodice.
Littleton, N. C. and her sister, Mary Henderson of Hyannis "..;....:." of lace came close around the sories. She wore a white or-

Port, N. Y. who are en}>ybg Miami's we ither. "f'= front neckline in natural scal- chid.
Escaping New Ywk cold weather is Lillian Scavella who ..x J lops. The back was several inches -
jetted to Miami for a visit with her family. I lower and fell The grandmother of the
squaredinto
bride attired in a twilight-
was
FEBRUARY B HEART FUND MONT IN FLORIDA: Heart soft lace scallops.The entire -
Fund Volunteer i will be sometime beige gown of Venice lace with
calling on you during Feb- bodice was sprinkled with
ruary. Give, V) more will live. hand appliqued seed pear Is and matching accessories.Shewore
Iola Frazier of Atlantic has returned to her winter home crystals. The semi A-line a pink corsage.

here and has a tollhouse.Houseguesting with lola are Mr. and skirt had a full skirted detach-
Mrs. Walter Scott andtheir three children,Wolanda, Gilford able train of matching fabric The Whitteds are graduatesof
,
and Randolph and Mr. and Mrs. WUklnl>1utlety and their. two appliqued with beaded rosettesand North Carolina College,
children, Lisa and Jackie all of Asheville, N. C. French lace. Juanita's Durham, N. C.Immediately.

Wedding Bells rang or Sunday, Jan. 28 for Gloria Maxine headpiece was made of lace in
Smith, daughter of Mr.and Mr Stafford Nairn,and Mr. Lionel 4? #;, th f( form of an open crowned following the
Eugene Kelly son of Mr. and Irt i a was held
Mrs. James Kelly. They were pill-box with pure silk bridal ceremony reception
married in St. Agnes Episcopal Church illusion flowing out of the at the Police Benevolent Hall.

Introducing little Natalia Gibson, daughter of the James .. crown to form the veil.
(Vennda Rei) Gibson of St.Petersburg.. The proud grandparents tt l' Hostesses at the receptionwere
are Prof and Mllicent Wilson. . Mrs. Vernon Howard serv- Mesdames Samuel Har-

After a month's vacation in Miami, Mrs. Beulah Pitts returned ed as matron of honor. Brides- rison, Henry Summersette,
to her home in Cocran, Ga. Returning to Cocran with maids were Pricilla Adams, Hubert Colebrook, Asquith
Mrs Pf.ts for a visit with relatives.l lends were Cucious Helen M. Barbary, Norma McDonald, Frazier Bradley,
and Jean Burkes and daughter, Rhoda and Glenn and Beulah Dwight, Sonya Higgs, Earlynn Miss Gwennette Simons and
Cabiness. p Rhodriquez :and Carolyn Miss Katrina Colebrook.
Gwen and Warren Welters entertained friends of their I Terry
daughter, Marsha Ann on her sixteenth birthday at their Mrs. Alonzo Jackson directed
Brownsville home, Sunday, Jan. 28. The bridesmaids wore for- the wedding.
Ishmael Williams Jetted in from Germany to attend the funeral male empire gowns of mint
of his father, Mr. Henry Williams. i green peau desoie and emerald Pre-nuptial parties given
Bill and Ethyln Hamilton of Richmond Heights motored to E 141tIMJ ct l ucocuccucent green velvet with for the bride included:A shower
Orlando last week end to visit her sister and her family, WilLiam matching headdresses and by members of the Sulea-
and Carol Upson. and carried bouquets of red Club of Eta Phi
Mr. Mr Andrew Baker Miami Northwestern. He at- ., poin- lyks, Pledge
Among those jetting in from Nassau for the funeral of James wish to announce the engage- tended Tueskegee Institute and 'settias. Beta Sority at the home of Mrs.

(Gee Gee) Edward Lucas, Jr., were Mrs. Ruth Clarke, Mrs ment of their daughter, Patsy two years in the U. S. Army. Sheba Martin; akitchenshowergiven
Wesley: Thompson, Jan Clarke, Ruricii and Ronald Thomas, Earnestine to Mr.John Albert He served twelve months in Flower girls were Thoma- by the bridesmaids at the
Mrs. Phillip Worrell, Ross Thompson, Rabin Clarke,and Mrs. Sales of 21000 NW 34th Ave., the Republic of South Vietnam J sena Yvette Johnson, sister of home of Mrs.VernonVilletta(
,
Cynthia Davis.Relatives Miami. with the First Calvary Di- the bride and Traci I Dense Howard; and the rehearsal

here last week attend the funeral of Harold B. Fer- The Bakers are of Phenix vison. He is presently employed I Harrison dinner at the home of Mrs.

guson, Sr.,were his wife, Lillian, of Middletown, Conn.; Harold City, Alabama. Miss Baker is as assistant grocery man- The Vernon (Villetta)Howard;and
flower
Jr., wife Maria and daughter, Janice of Winston-salem C.; a graduate of South GerodSen- ager with -the Great Value ,erald girls wore em- the rehearsal dinneratthehome
son, Earl and four children from Brooklyn. ior in Phenix City. She is Market of North Miami Beach j trimmed green velvet gowns of Mrs. Samuel (Alice)
19 for Mrs. presently a student at Alabama An August with mint green lace. Harrison.The .
Surprise! And so it was a Friday night January wedding is plan- -Their
Mattie Lou Squire. The occasion was a birthday party for mom State College.Mr. ned in PhenixCity. The couple i J lar to headpieces were simi-
hosted by her children Madelyn and Barbara, Bob and Linda, Sales is a graduate of will reside in Miami. carried the baskets bridesmaids. They couple will live in Miami
of mint
and held at the home of Freddie and Barbara Cross. The hon- 1 flowers green .
and
oree and a few friends who helped the kids keep the secret bows
made merry admidst colorful decor for the affair, music and
chatter, and a tasty repast. Square with us Squire . How Mrs. velencia J. Williams had as her houseguest her niece, The bride's gown,the gownsof
Dolores Bowe Silcott her husband t: the b rid e s maids
many this time? She told the secret only to hubby, Robert, Sr. Joseph and daughter Elea- girls flower MIAMI TIMEST3
nor. Eleanor was guest of honor at a party given by Mrs Wil- and grandmother of the
Rev. Rogers P. Fair,chaplain at Bethune-Cookman College, Hams for the teen set. bride' were all custom made
served as a visiting instructor for the Christian Enrichment 1 by Mrs. HoraceHazelJones.( )
School of the Miami district at First Methodist Church, Coral Mrs. Helen Vosloh, member of the Dade County school board The hand applique was expertly .>>'"

Gables, from Sunday, Jan. 28 Feb. 1. Rev. Fair is the first paid a pleasant surprise visit to Dorsey Jr. High, Tuesday done by Mrs. Anthony Simons BRING
Negro to serve on this faculty and was chosen to teach a Jan. 29. She visited the work experience program, the school Mrs. Hubert Colebrook. I
course in "The Modern Message of the Gospel of Luke," the library and shop classes, and held casual interviews with stu-
School's annual enrollment Is usually more than 500 adultt ,. dents.She also contributed Christmas cards to Mrs. McNeal's ,the groom brother of RESULTS I
students. craft class in reponse toa letter in Action Line. served as best
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." _..., ...u_."._ ..,_.__ ........_._._. THE MIAMI TIMES,-Friday- February. 2, 1968 .t 7

Juvenile CrimeTo


BeDiscussed

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The public is cordially invited ; U-
to hear Judge Sidney
Weaver of thejuvenile Court _
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Miami Police Chief Walter Head-. .address himself to the problems -,
ley's plans recently put into effect. were previewed at MiamiBeach's of crime as it relates to
sunsiae community house on January Juveniles. Please be on hand iii/
15, when Sgt. Harold Whittaker and his for questions and comments.The 1'' *,
K-9 Corps offered a live demonstration of time Is 8:30 a.m., satur-
the. most modern methods advanced by the 4,4 day morning, February 3.The I
Corps in their war on crime .. Air Force place is Johnson Hall, 1328 L $
Private Edward Lynch failed to get mother NW Third Avenue, Miami. __
Alma Lynch dotted-line approval to wed "
that shapely cutie prior to his departure last
Friday on his return trip to Uncle Samuel's
service. He entrained out for New York City PindlingAsks
enroute to an overseas hop to England minusa
planned war-bride.
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: West Hollywood's Lucille Johnson's
91-year-old mother Mrs. Letitia Daniels admitted to a
Broward County private infirmary for oxygen inhalation treat-
ments. . Former Miamian Cyril Prescodnowa Harlem
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beautician and shoe cobbler) in town sporting a snazzy 1968 ResignationOf Included
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Community leaders at Liberty City lampllghting ceremonies (Jan ,
Eldorado. Sister, Ismae(of Women Army Corps) Prescod to
follow . The beauteous Mrs. George P. (peoples Drug and left to right Metro Commissioner Lew Whitworth, City Commissioner Mrs. M. Athalie
Barbecue) Lewis Jr (Gloria) lost her brother inAtlanta. Fun 4 Range, Metro Mayor Chuck Hall, Mrs. Carlton Finley, Senator Harry P. Cain, chair.
eral last Thursday . Canon Charles Cooper of African Orthodox man of the Community Relations Board; George H. Sturrup, president, Para Villa
bedded Cedars of Lebanon following surgery Tues-k Heights Improvement Assn.; John Davis, president, Gladevlew/ Improvement Assn.;
Four members of the oppo- and Jefford Smith, president/ of United Home Owners Improvement Association of
day.SALT WATER TAFFY: Retired druggist Elmer A. Ward in sition in the Bahamas legislature 22nd Avenue Heights. Holding the big candles are Pamela Harris, behind Mayor

Mercy hospital. . Ex-City of Miami patrolman-booking officer were asked by Premier Hall, and Delores Dawkins at right. Miami-Metro News Bureau photo. .,
._ __ ____
Richard Davis now a Metro Transit Authority employee Lynden Pindling on Thursdayto I
.. . Chubby Checker,creator of 'the Twist, growing a beardi I resign their seats. He said
. Former night club star dancer Ola Mae(Baby Gates) Kim- they wee guilty of "a crime +*
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ball now sleuthing among the Hartley Stores chain. . Another against the Bahamian people.
State Department tour for Lionel Hampton... The Dr Howard
(Lorraine) Hadleys celebrated their 5th January 28 . The For four include former
Jimmy ((113)) Jordans little daughter Lisa is expecting a pla):I Premier Sir Roland Symo-
mate. nette; Sir Etienne Dupunch, a
member of the Senate and editor 4p {
THE WEEK'S WASH: Charley Davie Jackson Memorial's
mental infirmary . Joycelyn Burroughs Knowles recover-f of the Nassau Tribune;Sir
ing from an attack of virus . Former Roadside Rest boss Roland's son, Robert, a member -
diminutive Robert Jackson an Orderly at Jackson Memorial and former speaker of the
.Sidney Poitier's million bux deal with Columbia pix awards House; and capt Freddie wt' r
him a suite of offices,two secretaries and the title of producer Brown a member of the r a 1 1t
. Errol and linda puyol's BIb 7 oz arrival, Earrol Lamaron House.
Saturday, January 20 netted grandma Lorraine puyol 32
All the men were mentionedin
grandarlings to date.
STUFF AND SUCH: North Miami General nurse's aid Mary a report made last year bya
Neal and Air Force Cadet Cornelius Foster are appraising British Commission in Inquiry
wedding bands . Now they're saying that actor Sidney which Investigatedin
Poitier's brother (here in Miami) Cyril Poitier is negoitiatingfor gambling in the Bahamas.
a try at acting . Mary Kemp hosted the Manhattan 20's Pindling asked the House of
first 1968 meeting in her home Tuesday night . Retired Assembly to approve a resolution -
pa t r 0 I m a n-plainclothesman Willie (Big Nick) Nicholson condemning them, cal } 1
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manager of 54th street Farm Food Store's chain. . Veteran ling for their retirement from Irm
Rockland palace waitress Sammie (Mama Sammie) Watkins public life and pronouncingthem
celebrated another birthollday friends in her home Jan-, "guilty of a crime
uary 27. against the Bahamian people 6

'SWEETS' TREATS: The James E. Lucas Jr funeral ser- . more grave election.than buying" Some J50 Liberty City citizens braved the elements on Jan. 12 to loin Metro
votes during an
vices and cortege' from Incarnation last Friday afternoon Lew Whitworth In ceremonies. The
ChuckHall Commissioner lampllghting
A heated debate followed, in Mayor
out-o-town and local attendees of
brought out more mourners which the opposition condemned occasion marked completion of the Liberty City Special Taxing District's project for I
other
burial than rye
family and friends to a teenager's any '
improved street lighting. Behind Hall and whltworth are some of the lead"
the commission report accusing community
,
burial of Dr.
seen to date. Rivaled only by the procession I. G.
attending the event. :
ers
Pratt's great-granddaughter Dorrothea Denise Knight's assembly it of being prejudiced.One .
> from Mt. Olivet last November 11, the Lucas settingwas member said It should
truly one for the records. of special significance to these have been thrown Into. the [ 1 WOOIWORYHTSChoice
vrltical eyes were the young pallbearer lads who stood out waste basket.
majestically, fore and aft, as clean-cut representatives of a The report criticized"con :
sultant fees" accepted by the eF SLICK BLACK;
clean-cut departed friend,pal and schoolmate.Every fragment -
of the Lucas' demise was executed to perfection. four and other prominent Bahamians DOUBLE ACTIONs
MIAMI MUSINGS: Game ducats for the history-making from Wallace : trotoasGMYNiJRaliacP2DRESSESMR : [
basketball spectacular between Florida A&M Rattlers and the Groves, who runs real estate PLACE
University of Miami Hurricanes at Miami Beach's famed Con- and gambling empire at Grand r' '

vention hall Saturday February 10 are now on sale at North's Bahama. ----
Travelure. There aren't but 12 remaining days left to get the ..:. : cyf
seat of your choice, and if you crave thrills, spills and chills '
this game you Just gotta see.Look up North at the ticket bureau THE ELITE CIVIC CLUB v yd
and tell him that Sweets sent you . The Rinky-Dlnks are Will Sponsor Their aK. y' 0Ij
fast-readying i themselves for their too-soondance outing __ P Is
scheduled for an April date. ANNUAL VALENTINE TEAto I

be held at the home of: 4Ar
CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS County employees rounding out
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10, 20 and 30 of service include: Mildred J. Pinckney, R. N. Mrs. Dorothy Cooper, ;'
Mereline Bullard-Boston, R.N., 10. ..Char les Hadley, health SUNDAY, FEB. II, 1968
department, 20 . .Gracie Higgs,R.N., 30 . Levi Johnson's From 4 to 6 p.m.
junior warden and vestry board affiliation at St. Agnes have The public is cordially invited
fizzed . The Gulfstream Room of Bayfront Park's audi-
torium has been earmarked for president Alice Harrison and
her MRS group's Valentine Dance February 9.They'll be seein
you from ten til two . George Jarrett in Jackson Memorial
. Air Force Private Tyrone Kemp home from Vietnam to A
visit mother Valerie Kemp. . That's it brother from your Merchants who advertisein :

one-man-new spa per who knows everybody everybody's ; I
racket but who is always giving some poor sucker a breakl The Miami Times are

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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 2, 1968 Ordered to Put 20,000Children

Drew Middle School Teacher Join or Renew Alabama

I On WelfareThe
Named "Teacher of the Year" You NAACPBruce Back

Hamersley, of a student Miami EdisonJunfor Alabama "Substitute of the state's regulation. The payment was barred by
children are bar- Black on November
Charles R. Drew Middle High School where he later Father" ruling WAS given a Dependent 27 because
School, has been named Florida's served his internship. A for- Membership pinch Tuesday when Supreme red by the regulations from the state would not have been
if there is a man.-a.sub- able to recover from
outstanding industrialarts mer teacher at Carol City Jun- Court Justice Hugo L. Black aid, beneficiaries .
"Teacher of the Year." ior High School, the award directed that the state to restore stitute father"' -living in the its contributions to the
Selected by the Florida winner currently is serving as Now 15,000 to 20,000 childrento home or if he meets the mother program--about $53,820 a
State Industrial Arts Association a team leader in developing a its welfare rolls. outside the home for sexual month--if Alabama won re-
the Dade teacher will receive new Industrial technology cur- If you have not renewed your TIle .children are assuredof relations. versal in the Supreme Court
the 1968 award May 2at riculum at the new Charles R. NAACP membership, please welfare continuance by the The federal court in MUI.1tgomery The new Social Security
the national convention of the Drew School, with special activities renew it now. We are soliciting action, while the court is con- declared the rule un- which became effective Jan.2,
American Industrial Arts As- to meet special pupil your moral support in this sidering the constitutionality constitutional Nov. 8 and the puts a ceiling on the numberof
\ t, sociation.An needs. He is a former district struggle, too. Our fellowship 15,000 to 20,000 children affected dependent children for
early interest in indus- president f the Florida Industrial meetings will be held Monday by the regulation were whom federal assistance in
trial arts was nutured and developed Arts Association, of evening, February 5, at 7:30 RECEIVES DEGREEMiss ordered restored to welfare state welfare programs is
) while Hamersley was the Dade County Industrial p.m., at Mt. Zion A ME Church Judy Laverne Wilcher rolls. available.
Arts Association and of Alpha located at the corner of NW has received a BA degree from
Mays Omega Chapter of the National 22 Ave. and 153 Ter., Opa- the University of Miami. She EUTEF
Honorary Professional Indus- locka, Tuesday evening, Feb. has a major J in English and
Brownsville trial Arts Fraternity, Epsi- 6, at 7:30 p.m., at Mt. Tabor minor in Spanish and Educa-
lon Pi Tau.Declared. Baptist, 1701 NW 66th St.Lib- tion. Miss Wilcher attended FIRST MIAMI RUN
County Industrial erty City. Holy 1 Reedemer catholicS DRIVE 1N i NEATRF
Among Arts Supervisor Marshall c h 0 01, Northwestern High
Hurst: "Bruce's energy and Mr. Alfred Baker Lewis, School, and Xavier Universityof
Contest Winner S; effort in promoting industrial NAACP National Treasurer, New Orlean, Loislana*
Prizes in a Conservation arts In Dade County as well as and National Member of the She is the daughter of Mrs.
contest conducted in Dade elsewhere has been without AFL-CIO Labor Union is the Una Carroll. Miss Wilcher
County schools by the Kiwanis limit. We think it stems main Honor Guest. Please plan to plans to pursue her education I
Club of Miami will be awarded ly from tremendous and unselfish attend the meeting. There will at the University of Miami
at the luncheon meeting of interest in doing all he can be other outstanding local par- while also teaching in the
theclub in the McAllister Ho- for kids." ticipants. school system. CLOMB/f VOODOO
,rE 'I TES/. THE.OOL L
tel on Friday, Feb. 2. MESSENGERS Of DEATHUflSt1
The contest was open to the
seventh grades of junior high

schools throughout the county, .
i and more than 1,000 students __
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from 11 schools competed.A .
total of$525 in cash prizeswas f
FRO/y/
awarded to the Mays and BEY
Ida M, Fisher Junior high EGINT0RAVF
schools in group 1, the South : ;
Miami, Brownsville and Mi- Y i y AUDIFNcp
ami Edison Junior highs in
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group 2, and the palmetto, a I
Glades, Kinloch park and .
Henry H, Filer Junior high .
schools. The prizes will be i: .
distributed at the luncheon.In 11w
addition,the Kiwanis Clubis
presenting gift subscrip-
tions to the "Florida Natura-
list," official publication of l
the Florida Audubon Society,
to each of the junior high Y .,
school libraries. Plaques and

books on conservation also NASSAU, BAHAMASStage and screen star Diahann Carroll presents Mrs.
will be given the schools. Oro/lee Adamson (right) with/ a trophy after her horse, Lil Joe, won a race heldat '
Hobby Horse Hall race track here. Jerry Grant, sales manager of the Paradise Island
Casino, is on the left. Miss Carroll is starring in the casino'sLe Cabaret Theatre. ...
I I Jockey Lesley Johnson is up on Lil! Joe. Race season continues until April 15 every I S : i /
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 2, 1968 ..9 '
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BY DAVE BONDU
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Everybody has discussed Incident at the White House be- Show starring Johnny'Carson' ac R

tween Eartha Kitt and Mrs. Lyndon Johnson. I guess it is my for the week of Feb. 5-9.Car-
turn. It seems to me that if I am an invited guest in your home, son returns to the program
I owe you the courtesies that I would expect from you in mine. Feb. 12, beginning two weeksof
This is the main issue at hand. I agree with everything Miss colorcasts from NBC-TV's

Kitt said . she was correct in her statements, but I guess I Bubank, Calif., studios.
was brought up to believe that there is a time and place for Monday, Jan. 29 Flip Wilson -

everything.When I say place,don't start thinking that I mean Tuesday, Jan. 30 Des-
I have a "place" in this world according to someone else' mond Morris (anthropologist, ,

thinking . I mean a time to play, a time to live,a time to : author of "Naked Ape"). Fri-
work, etc. A place for living room furniture, a place to play, day, Feb. 2 EddyArnoldAlbert
a place to live, and a place to say and do whatever you desire Finney. Monday, Feb. 5-
to do. Miss Kitt was invited to the White House as a honored Bill Cosby (co-star of NBC- "

guest along with 49 other women to discuss how to stop crime TV's "I Spy"), Lena Horne, Vice Mayor Irwin G. Christie, forefront, presenting Sammy Davis a Proclamation -

in the streets, and that is what should have been discussed. . Melina Marcouri, Jules Das- issued by Mayor Stephen P. Clark proclaiming Saturday, Jan. 27, 1968 as Sammy

not the race issue . .not LSD or pot or whatever . CrimeIn sin. Tuesday, Feb. 6 Zero Davis Day in Miami. Left to right: Joyce Dunn, Alfred Williams, EOPI Center DIrector -
The Street does not embrace anv one race of oeoole. It is Mostel, Diahann Carroll, Ken Henry Givens; Otis Saunders, EOPI Counselor Edward Lawson, Sonia/ Williams //.
all over our country, in almost.every neighborhood and com- White (skier). Wednesday, and Bertram Taylor, all members of the Coconut Grove Youth Center in whose

munity in this vast land. That was the issue. I am a person, as Feb. 7 Sidney Poitier,Dionne honor the proclamation was made. Mlami-Metro News Bureau photo.

you all know, who will "fight" for the rights of those of my Warwick, Marianne Moore
race. I will speak my mind when it comes to the opression and (poet). Thursday,Feb.8- Paul Sammy Davis Day Proclaimed In MiamiMiami
I
Newman
Russell
Nipsey Dr.
indignities and poverty of my people .. and any other peopleas
well ?but it was in bad taste and bad manners on the partof Martin Luther King Jr.Friday
Feb. 9 Senator and Mrs. Mayor Stephen P. proclamation. to the and
one self appointed spokesman and leader to do so in this center some of the I
manner. If Miss Kitt wanted to discuss the Viet Nam war and Robert F. Kennedy, Robert Clark proclaimed Saturday, "Mr. Davis has been, and projects. I
Goulet Aretha Franklin. Feb. 27 as Sammy Davis Dayin still is an inspiration to I
race relations with the President and Mrs.Johnson,I feel that young The Coconut Grove Youth
Miami in honor of the Coco people and an example of Council has twenty members
she would have been welcome to do so,after the luncheon . ,
nut Grove Youth Council. American dignity and pride in 15-17 of in I
after all, she was an Invited guest, and Fm sure they would years age,engaged
Lewis accomplishment," the Mayor creating a constructive working .
have had that much courtesy. I now feel that whatever good Ramsey
might have come of the incident was decidedly'off-set by her The proclamation was pre- added. progra of community
exhibition of disrespect for both President and Mrs. Johnsonand sented by Vice Mayor Irwin Davis will .islt the Coconut projects throughout the Coconut :
for Just plain good manners. Null said! Among Jazz Christie Thursday night, Jan. Grove area Saturday for a visit Grove area. <<
25, at the Deauville Hotel
It's that time of year when we start wondering what happenedto Stars At where Mr. Davis is appearingto rJ

. Evelyn Lyles, L 1 lorn a Green,G. E. Graves, Darnell record-breaking audiences. J
Ward, Freddie Walker, Carlos Clark, Walter Poole, Mitzi, I
Alice Darr, Bahama Mama, and many more of the "old gng." Marine StadiumTop Five members of the youth GEE GEE INVITES YOU TO COME IN TO
They are spreaded far and near,and as the boys said at Orange organizations accompanied t
HER
Blossom Classic Time is fine Jazz artists Herb Jo DRESSMAKING SALON
"integration but where do you Vice Mayor Christie, EOPI
find all the folks?" They're spreaded out everywhere and in a Mann, Ramsey Lewis and Center Director Henry L.Giv-
lot of different hotels The"good old days of one or two hotels Terry Gibbs will perform Feb. ens and Edward Lawson EOPI
where everyone had to meet at one time or another are gone 17, at Miami Marine Stadiumin Counselor, for the presentation Gee Gee
forever. the first annuaIAll-Ameri-
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ceremonies They were r
can Jazz Festival to benefit
The Children's Center. Joyce Dunn, 0 tis Saunders, has been a top fitter with Lillie Rubin, an
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The show, for Metropolitan Bertram Taylor, Alfred Wil- exclusive Miami Beach fashion salon, for 17
liams and Sonia Williams.
Dade County's non-profit years.

school for emotionally dis- At GEE GEE'S we specialize in designing-
a9 turbed children aged 7-10,will "Sammy Davis, Jr., is not-
4
.r } also feature Shelia MacRae ed for his contributions of fitting Alterations and Copying.

and The MiamiDade Junior time, talent and financial sup- Call us or come in anytime! r
.A Icj College North Campus Lab port of many youth programs

Band throughout the country, and,
In a few of his instrumentations for his recognition of the Gee Geed used

Herbie Mann will com- adult's responsibility to take
bine his "Jazz" fluet with an active part in giving youth
Telephone: 751-2898
drums using an AfroCubanbeat the opportunities they need to
in solo with the band.This become good, productive citizens 5300 NW 7th Avenue

is Her b 1 e''s extraordinarysound ," Mayor Clark said in his Miami, Florida 33127
fr yyl'n Nl that has become so
Margree Young, owner
popular with Jazz fans

Left to right J. "Skip" Shephard, Chief Barker Ramsey Lewis, the recipient .
Variety Club, receiving check from Par and Birdie Club of five gold records and a

president Ernest Hayesand Mayme Bondu. Grammy Award, will be fea-
tured in his unique piano styl-
DEPARTMENT The Carver Branch YMCA is
QUICK NOTE :
ings. His record "The In-
Dutch Treat Blastoff Dinner at Toby's Monday, with a ,
having a
Crowd was a smash hit and
,
Blastoff address by the Reverend Rudolph "Bunky" Matthewsof
innassau
Bethune-Cookman College.The Blastoff is to its Project At- an The over-night fantastic success.vibe arrangements a glorious holidav

las 1968 membership drive "Race to the Moon" . We
of Terry Gibbs are also
are deeply grieved by the passing of our good friend and neigh- featured in this fundraisingevent
bor Mr. Joseph K res hoc k, who passed Monday morning in
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and he will team withMann
Jackson Memorial. Good neighbors and friends are hard to for
some interestingand
find, and he and his wife wee neighbors anyone would be proudto delightful interpretations

have . Par &Birdie Club president, Ernest Hayes, made Shelia MacRae will serve as

the presentation of a check for $114.00 to the Variety Child- emcee for the Festival, which
ren's Hospital last week.This was the total derived from the begins at 8 p.m.
raffle of of "Foot-Joy" Shoes donated by the Brock-
two pairs Tickets, prices at $10, $5,
ton Shoe Company and raffled during the United Golfer's tour- $3.50, and $2.50 can be pur-
nament ..Every little bit helps to keep the doors of Variety chased at all Jefferson Stores from onl rj

open for children everywhere. Please do your part. . Mrs. and at the Marine Stadium. }

Lola Sinleton, mother of Bill and Ollie Williams, underwent Mail orders are being accepted I S22gg

surgery recently. She is recuperating beautifully at home,and at Box 246, Miami Beach,
feeling much, much better . Tom Washington, considered to or by telephoning 5323372. : ,
be one of Mlam's most eligible bachelors, was caught eyeingan All proceeds go to the Child-
engagement ring in one of the better Jewelry stores. Couldit ren's Center. r INCLUDING DELICIOUS GOURMET MEALS
be that he is thinking of taking a trek down the isle? . FULL COURSE BREAKFASTS and DINNERS
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do know that everybody and his brother are coming to play.I SOUL -- y NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT LARGE CIRCULAR
and these folks did not reverse POOL FREE CHAISE LOUNGES AT POOLSIDE
have a pile of letters am glad a SUPERB
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the charges when they called for info.would be broke for a CITY ._ CHEFS B NO ROOM CHARGE FOR CHILDREN
long time . Joe Williams sent me his new album, "Solid 4 UNDER 12 IN SAME ROOM WITH PARENTS
PLUS MANAGER'S COCKTAIL PARTY
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SOUNDS every TUESDAY and FRIDAY 6 to 7 pm
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moving music, get them. Boy I haven't danced in ages, but they RECORDS & ALBUMS A THE RATES FOR JANUARY, FEBRUARY and MARCH!
both kept me rocking.I found out rm not as old as I thought I ..

was unless I listen to the words of the oldies he sang . TAPES & CARTS ANCHORAGENassau's
Sammy Davis was elated over the proclamation of "Sammy

Davis Day in Miami" last Saturday. The five kids chosen to go WHERE IT'S AT: Friendliest,Downtown Hotel on the Beach!
to the Deauville from the Coconut Grove Youth Council, and
STREET
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their Center Director, Henry Givens, were invited to stay and See your TRAVEL AGENT or call our

see the show, and Sammy spent about 30 minutes with them 757-4447 """ representative HETLAND & STEVENS, INC.
backstage afterwards he is somethng else .. That is it for MIAMI 379.7691

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The most Inexpensive method of purchasing a car is to pay KIwYf i
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cash, because one does not incur the costly expense of paying ,
Interest. However, the majority of automobile buyers cannot

afford to pay cash. This fact does not mean that they cannot ,,,. 1 1 rr
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save on the purchase though. There are tremendous savingsfor -
those who take time to shop around for the best financing San Antonio. Airman San Antonio. -Airman
Rudolph J. Williams, son of Fred L. Dykes, Jr.,son of Mr.
deal.There are four basic methods of financing an automobile- Mrs. Florese Williams of 1762 and Mrs. Freddie Dykes of
through the bank, credit union, dealer,or consumer-financing \ a NW 152nd St., Opa-locka, has 1881 NW 51st Ter., Miami,has
company. Where you decide to get a loan will greatly effect completed basic training at completed basic training at
the Interest rate on your car. There are distinguished features Lackland AFB, Tex He has Lackland AFB, Tex. He has
In each method, which will be pointed out later, that determine i iI been assigned to the Air Force!i t been assigned to the Air Force
the actual amount you will have to pay In interest. I Technical Training Center at Technical Training Center at
Bank financing Is, generally, the least expensive. Here the San Antonio. Airman San Antonio. Airman Sheppard AFB, Tex.,for spec- Sheppard AFB,Tex,for spec-
automobile buyer deals directly with the lending Institution.He John P. King, son of Mr. and Rogers L. Green, Jr., son of ialized schooling as a medical ialized schooling as a refrig-
borrows cash, signs a note to the bank, and gives a chattel Mrs. Samuel A. King of 1549 Mr. and Mrs. Roger Greeneof services specialist. Airman eration and air conditioning
mortgage to secure the loan. In turn, the bank makes out a NW 68th St., Miami has com- 1229 NW 42nd St., Miami, Williams isal967;graduate specialist Airman Dykes is a
check to the dealer for the full amount of the car. Most bank pleted basic training at Lack- has completed basic trainingat of Booker T. Washington High 1967 graduate of Miami jack-
loans are on a discount or add-on basis, 1. e., Interest Is cal- land AFB, Tex. He has been Lackland AFB, Tex.He has School. son High School.
culated advance on the full amount borrowed and either assigned to the Air Force been assigned to the Air Force
deducted from the cash you get or added to the sum owed. Most Technical Training Center at Technical Training Center at
purchasers can quality for bank financing, though this is not Keesler AF3, Miss., for A mar illo AFB, Tex, for
well inown. And one can get credit approval before shoppingfor specialized schooling as a radar specialized schooling as an
a car.Credit operator. Airman King is administrative specialist.San .
unions serve as lending institutions for their members .a 1966 graduate of Miami r
also. In Florida the maximum interest rate credit un- 'Northwestern High School.
ions are allowed to charge is 1%a month on the unpaid balanceof
the loan or 12% true annual Interest. Automobile loans are 4d
usually available at a lower rate. Sometimes around 9% true
annual interest. Here again, the buyer deals directs y with the
lending institution and the transaction is carried out much the
same way as bank financing.
Dealer financing is a popular method of financing an auto- ._ ;
mobile. This method is generally misunderstood, by the buyer t'..
as a direct financial transaction with the dealer. This Is
generally an indirect transaction, i.e., the buyer does not bor- San Antonio.-Airman SAN ANTONIO--Airman
row directly from the financing source. In this transaction the Jackie L. Sharpe, son of Mrs. Calvin Ross, son of Mr. and
purchaser signs a contract, which is usually assigned or sold Elizabeth F. Sharpe of 6017 MrsHorace Ross of 1028 N.W
by the dealer to a consumer-financing company or bank. The i NW 20th Avenue, Miami, has 63rd St., Miami has completed
dealer is paid off immediately on the"futures" of the monthly AntonioAirman completed basic training at basic training at Lackland
payments when he sells your contract to the lending institution Johnnie E. Walker,son of Mrs Lackland AFB, Tex. He has AFB, Tex. is-remaining
Dealer finance loans are also an a discount basis this Alam B. Walker of 1060 NW been assigned to the Air Force the Air Force Technical Tra-
method of calculating interest is different from the method 62nd St., Miami, has completed Technical Training Center at ining center for specillzed
used to compute simple or true interest. For instance, a true basic training at Lackland Amarillo AFB, Tex,for spec- schooling as a security police
interest rate of 5%, which is figured the actual amount out- Pfc. James Jones, son of AFB, Tex. He is now assigned ialized schooling as an administrative man.
standing after each repayment period results in much lower Mrs. Minnie Jones who lives as a security policeman specialist.
interest charges than a 5% discount rate which is calculatedon at 2155 NW 69th Terrace en-
the original amount of the loan. A 5% discount rate is gen- tered the Marine Corps, Sept.
erally the equivalent of 91/2 true interest. To Illustrate, lets 5, 1967, and is home on a 20 FRANKLIN'S CARPET
say you borrow $2,000.00 on a car to be paid in 36 equal installments day leave Pfc. Jones finished -
The dealer tells you that the interest rate Is 5%. basic training at Camp Le-
In actuality this is a discount or add-on rate You pay $5.00 a Jeune and later studied engineering 8650 NW 22 Ave.
year for each $100,00 borrowed.The financing charge is $300, .
1. e, 5 times20hundredstime36months) or 3 (years). Furl Jones was a well known SPECIALIZING IN
ther do not let a dealer convince you that the car must be financed [track star and finished high
through his agency. You can determine how you want'to school at Archbishop Curley RUG SALES & CLEANING
finance the deal. High.
The fourth method used in financing a car is directly througha After his leave, he will be COMMERCIAL CLEANING &
consumer-financing company. Florida law requires theses I leaving for Vietnam on March
companies to state their charges as a monthly percentage on] 13th, FLOOR WAXING
an unpaid balance.The maximum interest rate these companies 1
may charge under the law is 3% per month on that part of the
CARPETING CLEANED IN YOUR HOME OR OUR PLANT
unpaid balance not exceeding $300,00 and 2%per month on that
part of the unpaid balance in excess$300.00 but not exceed-
ing 60000. The law further provides that at the expirationof FREE ESTIMATES IN YOUR HOME
the year following the last contractual date the Interest on
the balance still unpaid shall not exceed 10%/ per year. This Call 696-9133 635-3641
is, generally, the highest method of financing a car. or
In conclusion, when in the market for buying a car, if you
are unable to pay cash, shop around for the best financing deal. 24 HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE
And remember the larger the a mount'you are able to advanceas
a down payment the less the balance will be. This means .
that you will have to pay Interest charges on less money which II (0 W( YOU CAN BUY
will enable you to have lower and fewer monthly payments. .
Listen to WKAT, 1260 on your radio dial, every Sunday, at
11:40 p.m. for Legal panel discussions topics of interest to :" .100. % NYLON CONTINUOUS FILAMENT PILE CARPET
you and the community. _ : -. '
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Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE San AntonioAirman CARPETS: 15 DECORATOR COLORS

Jackson E, Finley, whose
mother is Mrs. Lucille A. "",.r. $ C50Persq< yd'
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Wallace of 5601 NW 56th St., .... _..... .
FOR Miami, has completed basic '; Reg. $6.95 per yd.
STYLES FOR ALL AGES training at Lackland AFB,
The Very Latest in Menus Fashions Tex. He has been assigned to
SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS the Air Force Technical Installed Wall to Wall in Your

ITALIAN SHOES Training Center at Ft. Mon- Home .. ... -.
mouth, N, J., for specialized
944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI FLORIDA schooling as photographer. LOW PRICE I NCLUDES: @, : \ .. ;;/-
Airman Finley, a 1964 grad I. CARPET ((;: ) I ,'.... .: :

uate of School Booker, attended T. WashingtonHigh Miami 2. SPONGE RUBBER CUSHION (\. ::::1

4 Phone : 633-3084 or 634.9349 Dade Junior College His 3. INSTALLATION i _.,, -. .--"
father, George W. Finley, resides 'U''IIII: :
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We Rent Rug ,

JAMES C. WILLIAMS'

Land Clearing, Landscaping and Bulldozing Don't setter agony Get ORA-JEL, In t condt Shampooing MachinesWe
Trees Cut anJ Trimmed you Itt relief from throbbing toothache .
pain. Put on-pain's Ion. Until you
can see your dentist, do is millions do-
Top Soil and Fill ute ORA-JL. Riconv
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Stanford, Ring, Kistak# To Receive Commissioner Range Receives ,Awards And ::1


Brotherhood $1,000 Grant

AwardsThree Mrs. Athalie Range, the "steadfast efforts for furthering , and often do-sbapeanddistort
outstanding citizens first and only Negro to be human relations." Mr. ignorance to create misunderstanding
who have promoted the idealsof Jay L Kislak has demon- elected'city commissioner In Abess said, "The award is for distrust,and hatred
brotherhood la this com- strated his belief in the prin- Miami, received another hon some person or persons who where there once was apa-
munity, have been chosen to ciples of brotherhood by serving or last Sunday when she was would not otherwise know of thy, understanding or perhapseven
receive "Silver Medallion the interests of every cited by the Anti-Defamation the brotherhood of man or the affection,

Brotherhood A wards,"the member of his community.He League of B'naiB'rithforim- generosity of God." In our own time we have
highest honor of the National Is a Board Member of proving the climate of.inter: The luncheon was attendedby many times seen the terribletoll
Conference of Christians and the Miam-Dade Chamber of group relations." ". a large number of civic which prejudice can take--
Jews on February 20th. Commerce an Executive The award carries a$1,000 leaders and other citizens, not just inhurt feelings or
Dr. Henry King Stanford Board Member of the Boy grant for research in human which included Metro Mayor crushed spirits, but in human
President of the University of, Scouts of America, a Mem relations, and was presentedby Chuck Hall, University of Miami lives. The clearest and most

Miami; John R. Ring, partnerin ber of the Board of Truestees Leonard L. Abess, chair- President Henry King startling recent example of the
the accounting firm of Ring, of the United Fund and a recipient man of the board of the City Stanford, Rabbi Irving Le- power of unreasoned ani-
Mahoney and Arner and Jay I. of the Harold Bosworth National Bank of Miami, at a hrman of Temple Emanu-El, mosity is the war in the Mid
Kislak, chairman of the Boardof ,Award for Humanitarian Ser- luncheon held at the DuPont who gave the invocation, and dle East.
Jay I, Klslak Mortgage vices in the Community.The Plaza Hotel. Congressman Dante Fascell, Thirty years ago in Germany -
Corp. of Florida will be hon DR. HENRY KING STANFORD NCCJ-is a civic organi- Mrs. Range, in thanking who was the guest speaker. we saw the impressivearray
zation formed in 1928 that fur- Said Fascell "On the subject of modern communica-
ored at the Annual Brother- versity of Miami has becomea group for the honor bestowed
hood Dinner of the Florida Re- recognized center of cultural thers the ideals and practiceof upon her, said, "I hope that ofcommunicationand tions media subverted to the
gion of NCCJ at the Fontaine- and academic leadership in the brotherhood through 65 regional one day there would be no need prejudice, let me outline a few role of deliberately spreading
bleau Hotel in Miami Beach. southern United States and offices throughout the for the league." ideas. First it is clear that falsehoods about that

The selection was announced Latin America.Dr. country. She was cited for her prejudice thrives on ignoranceand country's Jewish minority. In
Brotherhood Week, cele- that understanding is not the absence of any wide -
by Frank J, Rooney Gen- Stanford is a memberof
brated this year the week of likely to follow where know spread knowledge about the
eral Chairman i and Colonel many organizations includ-
February 18-25th, is the focal Carver ledge has never been. It is Jewish community,the German
the -
Mitchell Wolfson chairman of ing Florida Council of 100
;
the point oftheyear-roundef- equally clear that effective people in effect allowed
the Awards Committee. Metropolitan-Dade County
forts Jackie Robinson is communication is the pre- themselves to be brainwashedby
Community Relations Board
the Florida Conference on Social -, serving as the National Bro- Ranches requisite to understanding. their government with
therhood Week Chairman this Where there is ignorance, frightful results that will always -
Welfare, the United Fundof
year. News misrepresented ideas cn-- haunt mankind."
Dade County, the Orange

Bowl CommitteeandtheCoun- By Walter BowaGethsemane
r cil for International Visitorsof f..
Greater Miami. He is a Director IMPROVE
Baptist
1'i of Sunbeam Television
i Church, the Rev. I. S. Clark,
I Corp and Is a recipient of the
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pastor, will be host to the an-
Eleanor Roosevelt-Israel Humanitarian YOUR WORTHPREPARE
Award. nual session of the Seaboard

Association, beginning Wed-
John R. Ring, who has committed
nesday, January 7. The pub-
himself to promote the lic is invited. FOR A .
fundamental concepts of democracy Y

and brotherhood,has Mr. and M r s. Folia Boyd BETTER JOB
been active in scores of inter- celebrated their 20th wedding

religious civic groups.He anniversary Monday Jan 29
,
JOHN R. RING is a member of the Boardof at their home, 5409 SW 25th Enroll Now in
The Brotherhood Dinner Directors of
the Miami- St. West Hollywood.Congratu-
always held during Brother- Dade Chamber of Commerce, lations to the couple.

hood Week,will also celebrate the American Red Cross and a --. ....- ADULT BASICEDUCATION
the observance of the 40th
an- member of the Executive
JAY I. KISLAK
John
Bowe celebrated his
niversary of the founding of the Council of the Boy Scouts of
15th birthday at his home in
organization, officially pro- An erica. Mr. Ring is the The $100-a-plate formal
claimed by President Lyndon President of the Committee of dinner on February 20th at the West Hollywood.

Johnson. 21 and an active member In the Fontainebleau Hotel is the

Dr Henry King Stanford, American Institute of CPA's principal means of support for Charmettes club of
President of the University of and the Florida Institute of the continued efforts of the Hallandale and Carver
Miami, has long been active in CPA's. He Is a member of the Florida region of NCCJ. Ranches will hold its first-- Free at No Cost to
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community affairs and has Board of Trustees of the Uni- Reservations for the dinner themonth party Friday night,
constantly strived to afford versity of Miami,a member of may be made at the office of Feb. 2, at the VFW Post No.
every youngster the full opportunity the Government Research the National Conference of 8195 home at 4816 Pembroke You

for his own social Council and a Past President Christians and Jews Inc., 906 Road. The public is invited.
and intellectual development. of the Orange Bowl Com Dupont Plaza Center, Miami, Also there will be a breakfast

Under his guidance, the Uni- mittee. or by calling 3737658. party this Sunday, Feb. 4, at FOR INFORMATION DIAL

8 a.m. Mr. Meritt, president.

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..;.' The South Broward VFW
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,: RDAU TEMp meeting Sunday, Feb. 4,at 2 P.M.

LAUDE 0 DOUBLE ACTION 5:30: p.m. Members, please be
.:.; p ''' COLORS GRAY IWRWCX present. Folia Boyd,comman MIAMI TIMES PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT

VI BY TO.YI SMILEY ,:2 DRESSES HAIR IM'OOyr. der.
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The United Fund of Broward County's Board of Directorsand
Governors last Thursday, Jan. 11, elected officers and BUILDING FOR TOMORROW WITH.SAFETY TODAY

Executive Committee members for 1968. Heading the slate of

officers is Robert C. Abel, Jr., Attorneyand 1967-68 United

Fund Campaign Chairman, elected president of the UF. His Checking Accounts to Senior We make loans to businessmen
Vice President will be Edmund G. Brewer, Manager, Florida Citizens are absolutely FREE. in cooperation with the Small
Power and Light Company, Pompano, for North County;JamesG. Write or phone for bank-by Business Administration.
Spencer, Vice President Florida Power and Light Company, mail supplies.
for Central County; and F. C. "Rick" Bamman, President,
Meekins Bamman precast Corp. for South County. Dr. Ralph
Dye of Fort Lauderdale was elected Secretary for the UF andE.

R. Heimburger, treasurer. The Executive Committee con Three Year 5% Income Certificates Our 6 Year Savings Bonds give a
sists of the elected officers, the 1968-69 Campaign Chairmanto in denominations of $2,500.00 guaranteed yield of 5.4610 annually
( be named at a later date), and the following elected mem- $5,000.00 and 750000. Interest j [ if held to maturity.
bers; George W. English DI, Attorney, Chairman of the ufs check mailed every 6 months.

Budget Committee; James Phillips, President, Communi-
cations workers of America Local 3104 Joseph A. Hubert
; ,
rlS who
We few for girls
n We have a openings
Attorney; and Mrs.Harry Finney. Pub lie Relations Director,, I Il We.pay 4% on Regular Pass Book Savings. I of
make banking.ankinPEOPLES
Gable Roofing.The wish who wish i to a career ,

FIRST NATIONAL BANK PEOPLES FIRST NATIONAL DANK PEOPLES LIBERTY NATIONAL BANK)
OF MIAMI SHORES OF NORTH MIAMI BEACH OF NORTH MIAMI
Beautifians Social Club will sponsor a dance to be heldon COMPLETE TRUST FACILITIES West Dixie Highway at 162nd Street Northwest 7th Avenue at 135th Street
Saturday, Jan. 20, beginning at 10:00 p.m.,at the Elks Clubof Northeast Miami 2nd Shore Avenue, Florid at 95th Street North Telephone Miami Beach 945.4311, Florida Telephone North Miami 685.2444, Florida
Fort Lauderdale.On Telephone 757'till Established May 16, 1956 Established October 21, 1963
Established February, 1950

PEOPLES AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK
Friday a of preteens enjoyed a scavenger hunt ISLANDS
group OF NORTH MIAMI OF COMMERCE OF BAY HARBOR
looking for strips of paper with words on them such as; keep Northeast 125th Street at 10th Avenue Northwest 79th Street at 33rd Avenue (Off Kane 9500 Concourse Bay HlU'borTeruce, Miami Beach)
,
looking, candy, art, dance and sing.All of which had to be done North Telephone Miami 751.6611 Florida Miami, FloridaTelephone 6960700 Bay Harbor Islands, Florida
before receiving a prize. To climax,the preteengroup and the Established March 27, 1951 Established February 4, 1960 Established Telephone October 866-6266 28, 1964
Jack and Jill group combined and had a shoe pokey dance. Win-

ners of the shoe pokey were Teresa Woods, Debra Peterson PEOPLES GROUP OF NATIONAL BANKS
I and Debra Miller. The hunt-was held at Walker Playground. .
Total Resources in excess of $ 89,000,000.00 as compared to 174,000,000.00 a year ago. In
addition The Trust Department of Peoples First National Bank of Miami Shores, holds assets in'

Little Levy Wallace, and eleven year old student of Sunland . excess of 7000000.00. '
Elementary School, captured the basketball free throw title MEMBERrwn! pt, DEPOSIT.INSURANCE CORPORATION. FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM

last week by shooting eleven successful shots out of a total of Leonard Dsina) Agnes Bar Blake Frank Wilier Roland Stafford Edna -MattWalsh Carl Bowdre
twenty. Eugene Walden was edged by Wallace by a close mar-
gin of one basket. Larry Striggles finished third with a total Executive Officers

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Sammy Davis To Get Award For Boosting, Young Talent t. r.Vi'; :. ,.;; ... <-
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Sammy Davis Jr., will be ment of \'.;:; ;
young talent with an Musical and Dramatic program.The ..
I honored for his award from
encourage- the
American .J'j
Academy at a gala supper award, a silver plaquein ,,,,:
party on February 6, following the shape of a movie screen, :,,,
1 the American premiere of will be inscribed, "The I
Textured "Doctor Faustus."The award American Musical and
pack. will be presented by Richard Dramatic Academy is proudto
Burton and Elizabeth Taylor, present this plaque to Mr. 4
Striped with silver. who star in the film for Colum- Sammy Davis Jr. in admira-

bia Pictures.Mr. tion of a wonderful man, a .5

Looks like a truly great artist and a notable . ,
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humanitarian.
Davis serves on the
Academy's board of directors,
cigarette case. sponsors, scholarships to Mr. Davis, a close friend of : ,"\ "

promising actors and actresses the Burtons, will attend the '.;.. :;;; \/ .,
and has given much assis premier and the supper party :::;: : ij

tance to young talent throughout following in the Grand Ball-
the country. The Academy room of the Plaza Hotel. This 9
iL which is directed by Philip marks the third time such an .' \ t'
Burton, will receive the pro- award has been presented. j
ceeds from the benefit pre- Previous winners have been
miere of "Doctor Faustus" to i Mayor John V.Lindsay in 1967
Fr--i. support its theatrical training and Jack Warner in 1966.



Zeta Sorority to Celebrate i iMary ,

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Finer Womanhood WeekThe


Zeta Phi Beta Sorority helped to foster and exhibit Ellen Jones and Charles Raymond Rhodeswere
j jj Is making final preparations these ideals. married January, 1968 in Houston, Texas.
,j to celebrate its annual The Zeta phi BetaSorority, The brides the daughter of Mrs. Bessie Jones
Womanhood Week," which will Inc. was founded on the Howard
Smith and Mr. Samuel Jones. She is a graduate of Hamp
1 be the week of February 18 to
T ,, University campus some ton Institute,. Virginia and is a teacher in Norfolk, Va..
24.The 17 years ago.ltsnationalmembership The bridegroom attended Texas Southern and is
Miami f this
J chapter o has grown from
by the Union Pacific
employed in Houston.
The
has its baslleus couple
sorority as the five founders to more than will make
their home Houston.
Mrs. Lenora B. Smith, and is 30,000 women throughout the in
]planning for the celebration United States and Africa.
Mildred ---------
I here to have Mrs. -?
Ij Bradham, Grand Basileus, as '
j the guest speaker during the 7
reek of the celebration.Mrs. .
Century lOOK Laura Saunders is the
j chairman of the Finer Woman
hood Week activities in this
The name comes off and the area. During that week the 65- / r
member l local chapter will
taste comes on. Comes on good. :,recognize outstanding womenas

A product of P. Lorillard., Est. 1760 o ws. j well as outstanding citizens
in the community whohave

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I : \ l ;...L PLANNING FOR ZETAS CELEBRATION: Left to right, Betty Campbell, Marguerite
: '\1 '/" 1tf : Miller, Marian Henry, Dorothy McKellar, Elizabeth Pittman. They are the I
chairmen of the various committees. Diaz photo.

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I: _-2/ / \ GIANT TREAT I I Five Women Named Judges 'In

.' 'SIR LUNCH '0 LOT' :

Women of Year Contest

: FRIED CHICKEN :

Five women in Greater Mi- The winner and two run- only the candidate's name but
I I ami corn m u n i t y affairs will ners-up will be honored at a her address (business or
I 1 1. DINNER 3 PIECES CHICKEN COLESLAW ROLLS 97t I serve as judges for the Womanof luncheon, February 27. Each home) and the other qualifying
the Year contest. will receive silver bowls. details.

I 2. BOX of 9 Pieces of Chicken 2 10 : Their selection was announced Space is available on each
the
Making presentation will ballot to list reasons supporting -
1 Ii: today by the Miami
be Joe Black, Vice Presidentof each candidate. Readers
3. BUCKET of 15 Pieces of Chicken 3 75 : ;Times contest which is with cosponsoringthe Greyhound special markets for Grey- may attach additional infor
hound and president of the Na- mation.In .
Lines, Inc. The contest to find
I tional Associaion of the Mar- making your nomination,
4. BARREL of 21 Pieces of Chicken 4 95 : 1 Miami's outstanding woman ket Developers. candidates should be con-
began I last week and will con-
I sidered on the basis of civic
2 PIECES CHICKEN, I tinue until, Feb. 24.
r. SNACK-PACK FRENCH FRIES, ROLLS 69c 1I Who may nominate the Wo- participation and leadershipin
Ip The judges are; Mrs. Ruth man of the Year? community activities. Only
\
I Polite, retired school teacher; women in this area are eligi-
I \S e. I Mrs. Thelma McDonald, Girl Each Miami Times reader ble for the award.
1 MEN ....... ,90 A5' p' j I Scout Executive; Mrs. Mayme may submit his nomination. The Miami Times offices
.,to'\1 4' '.. .' S Bondu, Metro Public Relations There isn't any restriction on have received numerous
I '\I erldr0ilibr0ile") ..,.. _c ,, Agent; Mrs. Barbara Gross, the number of times a reader nominations since the contest
.1&\I\af\'\It& ..,.' /: ....SGa Assistant Director of Educa- may vote. And fascsimile en- began officially last week.The
G'alIl6.'t" .'.... ..S9CIot tion EOPI; and Mrs. May Dell try blanks are acceptable.Each voting deadline is midnight
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faa"1'tl 1,9".... ..... ,OC selection of the Woman of the ENTRY BLANK
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",,,.s,fa1ee".,t k ensel. ......... ,0 >k 1tlee Year from the hundreds of
,,,a\I', ... ..... ORI61N11 LATIN I nominations submitted by Mi- j My choice for Woman of the Year is: I
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..c.-' .tNAME.
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ks ,. ROME or ami Times readers. The
1.".pan.... .r- 01 iMI r TAKE judges decision will be final. . . . ... ... '. .:. . .
''' OUT election will \.
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116 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 2, 1968

Workers On Large Farms Due Original Volume On The Negro

I Protest MovementBLACK

X1.15fin Hour minimumFarmers PROTEST:History, most intimately Involved in jail" by James Forman, included
Documentsand Analyses the movement. Included in the in the book, has never

were remindedthat Fair Labor Standards Act requirement Smaller farms are exempt. from 1619 to the Present,edit- Volume are writings or before appeared in print.
the minimum wage for affects large farms Also exempt are the following ed with an Introduction and speeches of Benjamin Lay, Joanne Grant is former
hired farm workers goes up only.Denicke workers, even when employedon commentary by Joanne Grant Harvey Wish, William Lloyd news director of WBAI radio
from $1 to $1.15 an hour on said the minimum large farms; will be published as an orlgi- Garrison, John Brown,W.E.B. and a newspaper reporter.She
February 1. Clem J. Denicke, wage must be paid by employers Members of the employer's anl 95-cent Fawcett Premier Du Bois, A. Philip Randolph, has traveled widely in both t the
supervisor of the Wage and who used more than 500 immediate family; paperback In February. This Rev. Martin Luther King,Tom North and South covering civil
Hour and Public Contracts Divisions man-days of farm labor in any Local, daily commuting book is part of Premiers Po- Hayden, William Bradford rights activities. She was
U.S. Department of calendar quarter of the hand-harvest piece workers litical Perspectives series,. Huie, Roy Wilkins, Ossie trained in journalism at Syracuse -
Labor, pointed out hat this preceding calendar year. who worked in agriculture less under the general editorshipof Davis, Langston Hughes, Her- University and did graduate -
than 13 weeks in the preced- Marvin Get tie man bert Hill,Frederick Douglass, work in political scienceat
ing calendar year; "The story of Negro protest Marcus Gavey and many New York University. She
does not begin In the presentit others. has taught in a Freedom Schoolin
Migrant hand-harvest piece -- existed In 19th centuary "Notes from Leflore County Jackson, Mississippi.
workers 16 of or
years age
Colonial America, in protest
who work with their
younger
meetings of Quaker and other
parents and are paid the same
piece rates as older workers; religious groups opposing x;
slavery. From then throughthe SPECIALlRestyle !
Employees principally en-
impassioned pleas of Abolitionists -
gaged in the range productionof
before and during the
01WlK livestock. Civil War, through the dra- Mon.

Denicke said a"man-day" matic Nat Turner rebellion ,
d y.r means any day during which an (here coveredbyanarticleap-
employee performs farm pearing In an 1861 Atlantic Tues. Wed.
labor for at least one hour.The Monthly), and up to present- j ,
employer's family and the lo- day Birmingham protest
cal, dally commuting piece marches and the formation of MH.,,.: Only $3.88
workers are not counted. The the Mississippi Freedom La-
$1.15 minimum will apply until bor Union A thick collectionof
February 1, 1969,when it goes seminal pieces, an excel- EXPERT STYLING &
to $1.30 an hour, Denicke ad- lent and well edited source-
ded. He also pointed out that book of Negro protest his- CLEANINGALL
hired farm workers are not tory," said publishers'Week-
subject to overtime pay re- ly of Black Protest. CREDIT CARDS HONORED
m. y quirements. Black Protest presents an
overall picture of Negro pro-
,. .. Denicke says questions test, in historical perspective, 100 % Human
about the Act's application to utilizing the actual words of
farms will be answered by those people who have been
NASSAU, BAHAMAS Members of the "Yuletide/ the Miami office of the U. S. Hair Wigs
Festival" troupe leaving for Freeport, Grand Bahama. Labor Department's Wage and ANNOUNCEMENT"Cosmetologist

Participating groups were the Lucayan Chorale, the Has Hour and Public Contracts Di- Unit No. 7,
Civic Ballet and the Bahamas Police Band. vision 1527 Office
sau Royal at Federal to
cordiallyinvites you a Fabulous -
Second from right in front row is Dr. Robert Henry of Building, 51 S. W. 1st Avenue, Forc-iSt of Coiffures and Buy 1 Get 1 Free

Houston, Texas, who Flew to the Bahamas to direct the Miami, 33130. Telephone is Fashions, Monday, Feb. 12, ,
concert. 305 n 3505767. from 900 p.m., at Biscayne

Terrace Starlight Room, 340
Performing Arts Festival
COUNTY PTAA Biscayne Boulevard. Good
I music will be furnished for '? awe
panel of past presidentswill WIGS
Staged In Bahamas address the semi-annual your pleasure. For reserva-
tions, call 6914704. This

.t> Nassau, Bahamas.- In the port for a performance in the Board Dade of Managers County meeting Council of of would be a after lovely way to spendan of WIGLETS & FALLS
I \ Bahamas--normally considered Holiday Inn. Parent-Teacher Associationsat evenig a busy day '

i the .h 0 m e of calypso, Grace LutheranChurch,245 golfing, during the annual
The Nassau Civic Ballet,
North-South Golf Tournament, 4419 NW 17 Ave. 633-9378
fire dancers bongo
goombay, under the direction of Alex Zy- Curtiss Parkway, Miami held here during that week.
and culture and the
maracas-- bine, displayed the nearest Springs, on Wednesday, Feb.
arts might well seem as dis- thing to professional ballet the 7, at 10 a.m., covering legis- U
placed as limbo dancers in Bahamas have ever seen. Mr. lative issues and PTA problems -

Lincoln Center. Zybine, who has appearedat in a question and answer
But this Christmas saw what
the Metropolitan Opera in session.
was perhaps the first full- New York and the Dallas Civic wI
fledged attempt to cultivate the Opera, is first vice president Included a m o n g the speakers -
classical performing arts of the Nassau Civic Ballet. will be Mrs. W. L, Mus-
among the coconut palms. sett former state and county
Three groups combined their The Lucayan Chorale, the PTA, presidentwhoiscur- BELOW WHOLESALE PRICES
Royal Bahamas Police Band
artistry here to present a legislative chair-
rently
"Yuletide Festival" amongthe and the Nassau Civic Ballet
for the Florida
man congressof
poinsettias and coconut presented works of composers Parents andTeachers. Mrs.E. ::Pt:
palms in the gardens of Gov- ranging from Father Bar- M. Willard is president of 1 WIGLETS
tholomew Sayles, O.S.B.alo-
ernment House. The -" .
company
the Dade County Council ::
earlier was airlifted to Free- calarranger George musical of PTAs and will chair the ::: 100% human hair from
Frederic Handel,
giant of another era. morning session. $6.95

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Office of Education has selected 'i ..' :':. ':'; ': {"'E'.. 'p'..
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grades kindergarten throughthe '0,, YO UfCM "E'Q: :" ;

twelfth year of high school . WIGS BY
The twelve month ..
program, :NU.IB\; ; .
which will take place from : .. ( .
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September 1969, will ,be 1968 under to Sept the direc-ember ," '.1 MiaWr. .'::' "'fed);: "'; ..:. .:.h,.I'p ,.t :f . :, .rt'.gt.o... .t.h MR. WALTERS
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"This is one of the most im- : ;;>> il#(I. :Kf.ti'; ;t \ 'if4villi(.

portant programs that can be ., '; ': 6011 NW 7th Ave.
undertaken to improve the ad- 'fctguty Salon, oMfug: : tor4 ::

ministraton and education in :A, fe\.M rith.upplt ;'flat(*<;PS: $; .
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 2, 1968 17

k "", ''4;i"j a..., po.Natiollal .
I; U.M. Offers Human p 9r


,I a Relations WorkshopThe


tit Univw.sity; of Miami Housing and Urban Renewal- '
offering on Saturday mornings department; Dr.MichaelJ. l y..
a human relations workshop"to Stollee, director of the uni-
't meet the on-the-Job needsof versity Center for Consulta- wa
; teachers, law enforcement tion on School Desegregation;
f!), ; I officers and clergymen." Chief Harold Burney, execu-
r" Serving as director of the tive assistant to the Dade director -
+ workshop will be Dr. HerbertL. of Public Safety, and

Seamans, former chairmanof the Rev. Albert S. Foley,S.J.,
the university's department director of the John F. Kennedy -
of human relations. Human Relations Cen-

The couse will deal with the ter at Spring Hill College in Authority To Show

scope of human relations edu- Mobile, Ala. I
cation, the urban crisis, mobile The sponsors of the work- "Fringe Benefits In Meat"Food.
shop are the university'sschool
man, police-community You a 1 u e, she adds.Translated,
of education and its: hu-
relations and
man computers
without it. says that It means you
man relations department the
and the historical backgrounds ; '
this get hungry as quickly
Florida Region of the National
of tensions between
of
groups Conference of Christians and ours, we 0 It e you eat meat. It has what
people. both be known in the
and good come to
Jews; the federal govern-
Each Saturday from Feb. 3 ment Higher Education Act. even how to as "stick-to-the-
thru May 25 the class, limited A limited number of scholarships A quality.

to 35 will meet from 9a.m. will be available,said thority from While discussing meat,
until noon. A fee of $50 is Stock and Meat
Frank Magrath, director of stressing identification,
kr& at Miami .
+ charged for a non-credit the Florida Region of the and methods of cook- "
_____ _. ......Y.. course, and students who take NCCL. Application for finan- on Feb. 1, to
during typical program,
Mardelle Humphries, an 8th grader from Edison Jr. the course for credit will pay cial help should be made by who cookery know- Mrs. McSwain will also be in
is shown in the center prior to appearing in the the usual university fees. writing to him at P. O. Box must or process of preparing five
I..aw "Talent Show. "Delores Bradley(left) and Annie The workshop staff Includes 8183, University of Miami, and xamily students. meat recipies of beef

(right), 9th graders from Dorsey, also perform- Haley Sofge, director of Dade Coral Gables, 33134. Hattie McS lamb, and sausage. A
with Aft others. presenting of meat carving,

1DORSEY DIARY Allapattah Junior High School food Chicago-based since, and serving Mrs. McSwain is also

Science Club the past 12 that the task fixing
Dorsey's Charlyce WoodsStephanie
traveled over 500 miles in it's Kearson, Patricia Beeks, Tops In Attendance on meat .. roast perfectly doesn't end
visit to Cape Kennedy,Friday, Beverly Thomas, and Ronald meal. with'satiety'v you pull it out of the oven
January 26. Mr.H. Mott,spon- B 0 Ide n. Congratulations to People who have passed the With this in mind, we wantto Also rather when it goes on the
sor says that this is in part a them! Allapattah Junior High School day 'nutrition, .
talent show held last have wondered the point out to parents that,although Swain who
good preparation for two king- The may why big Realizing that there is a de-
sized field trips planned for Thursday was a huge success, figure 'l' is displayed in thef elementary school stu- home lack of meat cookery in-
Dorseyites this spring. One playing to a full house of over cad of the building. It is' not Institute, are available in the
will betoAppalachia, which 450 s t u d e n t s.John McCray, there to indicate that Allapattah dents are I expected to be in you get from Mrs. McSwain is
will cover Alabama, West Vir- who emceed the show, turnedin has made it to the top of the school on Jan. 26, which is a "You get firm believer in teaching
ginia, Tennessee, North Carolina a fine performance. In the attendance record in our dis- value, and in eating habits. Hence,
and other states,as Dor- past he has also announcedsome trict in the most recent atten- teacher's record keeping day, eating meat," nutritional information
sey students study rock formations of the Dorsey football dance report. With .percent students of the Junior high She woven into her programs.
and see a great partof games. Over 40 students appeared age rating of 95.86, Allapattah schools are required to be in benefits and
America at the same time. in the Talent Show,and is more than one whole school on that day. This includes aptly des Since many of the meat dem-
The other excursion will be they are all to be congratulated percentage point ahead of the the sixth grade students cookery de are conducted at
none other than a plane tripto nearest school. who attend school in the Junior "Fringe schools or colleges, her
the Grand Canyon in connection As for as Dorsey Basketball high schools. Allapattah urges "Meat not is limited to a meat
with Charles E. DrewJun- is concerned, with the defeatof Barents not to keep students at flavor and and a carving
ior High. Allapattah and Robert E. about the Dorsey victory over home to 'baby-sit' for their "But it also while she travels ..
Who said, that Dorsey stu- Lee last week by the county- Ida Fisher Junior High and Mi- younger elementary school tein needed the South. The
dents "don't get around much wide famous Dorsey "B" ami Springs Junior High, and brothers and sisters on that sue repair. supply the remaining
anymore?" Team, Dorsey stands only two then be prepared to accept the day. food loaded and facilities

Naomi Cobbs of 9-12, gives: victories away from being declared good news that Dorsey is the I,__..aaaaaaaaaaaaa............._._._.es .__.e_._.a._._._._._._.-a.a.------..,e..a.--..-...--...-.....-.-...
zone champions. When Zone Champion! .
her version of the field trip: .
"Two busses were loaded with you read this column next Shoot for the sun! You may I; EARN !
week be to read but hit star .
87 students at five-thirty in prepared miss .. a .
the morning. Everything was : :

alright until we got on the expressway -
40 % i
Call i
when one of the bus
doors would not close. We had .

to change busses. We went on CHARLESROGERS : COMMISSION i

then.When .
we finally arrived at .
Cape Kennedy, we took a tour : .. ..
bus and saw all sorts of sights.We ..
were guided by a tapere \ AT PL 1-7502 .. .
corded speech on the bus. .... " ..
We sawrockets "bigand FOR A GOCp 3UY ON A .. .

small." The smallest was a PIANO, ORGAN SCOTT .
.
I
Minuteman rocket.We even I STEREO OR ORCHESTRA .
saw a rocket that was made by INSTRU: ENTS. \ .
the : " s Space .
Germans. In addition we w f .
saw the largest building in the I I..
world, where they assemblethe \
rockets. Our guide saidit : f :
.u 1 Kv Ihom SDOYSan. .
could hold four Empire State AN hn anroe .
Buildings. We also saw the QA3S11OQ .. I..
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launch After the j w rlNr .
pads. sightswe ,, tro .
boarded the buses for the .. 1 .
long trip back, and arrived : ,, rwt, rr'ef NW. VNt '' ..
back at school at 8 p.m." I I II I S. ;
All the students bad a mar- U
: 1 .M te1'?, flnt you buy l 11 I copies of the Miami jI.
velous time and learned 0
a
.'. Kot1 Times for 99<. Sell them for 15< a .
great deal from this field trip. : o "' y.a a piece. You make 661 profit. with ee
We would like to thank Mr.
this profit plus 99
t your original < in- s
H. Mott, and these chaperons: 22 :
I : vestment, you buy more Miami
M. Ellison, G. Renard, J'j Times. Repeat this process until you .
Jackson, M. Bullard, Mrs. are selling 50 or more papers. When :
Combs, and T. Greer. 1 aWE S 1" ', you are selling SO Miami Times, :
Color Day and Dance were I ? you will make $3.00 profit for your- .
held Thursday, Feb. 1, after self each week. :
school. Disc Jockey Donnie .
Gee of WMBM hosted the I rKr0 ..

dance. It was held in the cafe- 5 .
S .
teria, announces Patricia .
Evans, president of the Stu- . .
dent Council. Blue and Gold as :. ELL HAP P I'NESS' + .. ee

everybody knows are the Dor- DISPLAYAt
LARGEST
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RANGE . Don't "Coo/ Youth in

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I.II II CARDS MEMORIALS I DEATHS I 1033 NW 56th St., died recent

sisters ly. She Is, survived Mesdames by,three Ethel Summer; Improve His


Barthope, Gertrude Du-iley,
and Elsie Sparroa t; three Lot Permanenffy""From '
CARD OF THANKSThe
IN MEMORIALIn CARD OF THANKS nices, Mesdames, Elizabeth

loving memory of our family of, the late Telly, Doris Booker, and the Streets" Is the found a significant'minority of

dear mother, grandmother and The.family of the late Willsonya Brown Funeral title of a report ordered by the "angry, very angry" youths
sister ; services were conducted Monday President's Youth Opportunities among wide, range of life

JOHNNIE HORNE Jan. 29, at 4:00 p.m. in Council, a Cabinet level styles and attitudes. The report -
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the chapel. agency headed by Vicepresident added, however, that a

express our appreciation for Hubert H. Humphrey,and majority j t of ghetto youths
i the kindnesses shown to us in Rov. Gertrude Mtogo of 3042 charged with coordinating appear "overly content or ap

.. our hours of sorrow. Your NW 44th St.,died recently.She summer youth programs.Two athetic."

1 many thoughts of kindness, is survied by her husband, widely held assump-

letters, cards, telegrams and Thomas, Sr.; seven sons tions are held by the report: Second, it flatly disputes the

\ condolences will never_ be for i Thomas Jr., Honce Ber- It rejects, first, as false the idea that summer programs to

gotten. Words are inadequateto nard, James, Melvin Gleu- view that most ghetto Negroesare provide youths with employ-

";"tcJor., .:,. express our appreciation. nard Rufus; five daughters, angry. The interviewers ment opportunities, recrea-

. ': Special thanks to Rev. A. D. Rebecca Carter Lillian tion and education can prevent
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.d' I Hall; members of Ebenezer Knight, Georgia Nelson, riots. complex causes of

'hn. Q,
t t ;f. son Hospital; Fashionette fI \ fI Mingo; sevensistersRrLocca RICHARDSONMrs. affected on whether or not
Beauty Salon Grand United Grant, Cleo Jones, Dorothy, Bethel of
\ :" \ ; Ralpheealita there are summer programs,
.
.:. . 'ffi' rti0 .,.. Order of Pallbearers the staff HAROLD B. FERGUSON, SR. Pansy Harris Bernice Smith, 4 died "
.:.\ \ , ., : ilDl. ; 660 NW 13th St., apt. good or bad, said the report.
::a.. .1 I "p.. of Range Funeral Home, and Albertha Eason: and M 'Q\ :<, l"'" \ ,- all and friends wishes to express their sin- Young 31 grandchildren. Funeral will be held
who
." L .. -... .._\: neighbors ; Funeral services There is growing need for
.) helped to make our period of cere thanks to the many sevices were conducted Thursday, Feb. 1, at 2:00: p.m. summer youth programs in the

ARABELLA BETHELwho deep bereavement little friends andrelatives for Thursday, Feb. 1, at 2:00p.m. Temple Baptist church, Rev. ghetto, it said. But it em-

departed this life Feb. 2, easier to bear.C. cards, flowers, and kindness in the Church of the! Lh'ingGodthe Thompson, officiating Sur- phasized that primary goal

1966 during their bereavement. To Pillar and Ground' of Truth. vivors include two sons, Al- should be to arouse apathetic

When the breath of life Is V. Rollins,Rosa L.Welch Dr. S. A. Cousin of Greater phonsa Williams and Arthur youths into taking steps aimed -

flown, sisters Bethel AME Church, Rev.TC Mrs. Annie RrJle) of 1440 NW Bethel, Jr.; three daughters, at permanently improvingtheir

When the grave must claim Its Elouise Rollins, niece andfamily Kelly of St. Paul AME, the staff 67th St., died Friday, Jan. 26. Alice Kimber, Mary White and lot, instead of trying to

own, of Afro-American Insurance, She is survived by a nephew, Dorothy Bethel; one brother; "cool" angry youths by just

Lord of life, be ours thy crown Co., and Mrs. Artie Richad- J. Hartman Taylor: Funeral five sisters; 16 grandchildren. keeping them busy.
MEMORIAMIn
IN and staff of the
Life for evermore. SOIl Richardson services were conducted

Valerie Wilborn, daughter -sad-but-_loving.. -memory of Mortuary for their kind Tuesday, Jan. 30, at 3:00 p.m. George Leroy Lloyd of 1126 The report said, "The un-

George and William Bethel, --- ..., and efficient service. in Grace Presbyterian h NW 1st Ct., Apt. 2, died Jan. aware, the contented those

sons 26, at Jackson Hospital. Fun- who would be placated with lit-
Tony, Maria, andDenise I The familyIN Willie Hall of 1757 NW 4o eral services will be held Saturday tle or nothing, they are the

Bethel, grandchildren. St., died recently. He is sur- Feb. 3, in the chapel.He tragedies."

Mary Cash, and Frances MEMORIAM vived by tree sisters, Mesdames Is survived by a wife,

Johnson, sisters. In sad but loving memory ofMRS. Quanita Thomas: Marie; two daughters, Willie In Its assessment of the
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Fiorina Harris and Da J h/Hill; Mae and Jacqueline; three
youth program of last sumo -
brothers, Jimm Dock, sons, George, Jr., Hoover and mer the report said
:
IN MEMORIAMIn ,I Moz3l, Neal, Grynelland Harold; ten grandchildren; tw I

Charlie Hall; six children, great grandchildren.Mrs. .
loving memory of Hillie James, Ray and Lillian "To date, although it is

Fina 1 rites will be conductedMrs. Lillian Thompson of somewhat of an over genera-

\ 15830 NW 18th Ct., Opa-locka lization, it often appears that
Gerrl Williams of 1740 summer programs are funded
died at her home,Jan.26. Fun-
yN NW 52nd St. died in Jackson out of fear of the minority of
MRS. MAGGIE SWINDLEwho eral services, Saturday, Feb
Memorial' She is survived by 3, at St. Mary's WM Church, "angry" youths, are programmed -

departed this life Jan. 21 t Rudolph Bishop, a close Rev. H. V.Stewart, officiating. to attract the ma-
,
I, \'tend parents Mr. and Mrs. jority of 'contented' youthsand
1966. i ; Survivors include, husband,
Gone, but not forgotten. : ;I I. Robert Moore; three sisters, John, Sr.; two sons, John,Jr., are administered loa vain
Roberta, Juanita and Lucille; and Eric; one daughter,Vivian attempt to 'cool' the ghetto and
two brothers Johnnie and thus maintain the status quo."
Williams one brother
The Swindle and Boze fami- ; ,
IETHOMAS lies CALCTECULMERwho Curtis. Final rites will be in William Bethel; two sisters;

left us February 3rd, 1949 Savannah, Ga. ten grand children..
Day by day the voice saith Senator
CARD OF THANKSThe
come enter thine eternal Clyde Garrett, young daugh- Emmet Westbrook of 330-D

family of the late home. Asking not if we can ter of Mr. and Mrs Dawson NW 14th St. died Jan. 25, at Brooke On

MRS. VERDELL DEAN spare this dear soul it summons Garrett, 2167 NW 68th Ter., Jackson Hospital.Arrangements -

MARTIN there. died recently. Her survivors are incomplete.
include parents; five sisters African TourOn
wish to sincere
LEO ALBURY, SR. express ap- Leaves to mourn: and brothers. Funeral ser
preciation and thanks to the
Mrs. Zillie Oakley vices will be conducted satur- Friday, January 12,Senator -

who departed this life,Jan. 30, many friends and neighborsfor Mrs. Ella Hobbs,daughters, day, Feb. 3, at 10:00: a.m. in Edward W. Brooke (R.-
1967. cards, flowers,telegrams, five grandchildren, eight great the chapel. Hillard L. Warner, 220 NW Mass.) left on a 26-day inspec-

May he rest In peace and phone calls, visits, donationsand grands, five sisters, two brothers 15th St., died Jan. 22. Among tion and fact-finding tour of

light perpetualshineuponhim. other kind expressions of Mrs. Slmm1e Nesbitt of 5375 survivors are two daughters Subsaharan Africa In connec-

sympathy. NW 24th PI. died recently.Sha Mesdames, Louise Harper, tion with'his duties as a member
,
Mrs. Lillian Albury, mother Special thanks to Rev. S. A. CARD OF THANKSThe is survived by her husband. Juan it a McGill; three sons, of the Senate Banking and
Cousin and the
of
Miss Marjorie, Albury, congregation Ola Nesbitt; two daughters, Clarence, Trummie, Willie H. Currency Committee.
Mrs. Doris SUva, Mrs.Valiant Greater Bethel AME Church, family of Mes.lames Jean Rlchardso, Warner; two sisters, one brother The J junior Senator from

Pinder, sisters. the Dunbar and Orchard Villa and Geneatta Miller; a son- Funeral services, Wed- Massachusetts: will travel to
Elementary Schools. JOHN D.WATSON nesday 2:00 Mt. Carmel 12 African countries includ-
Blanche in-law, Steve Miller ; two p.m.
N. Flewelin, Henry grandchildren one sis- Baptist Church. ing such prominent black Afri-
CARD OF THANKSThe Dean and rela- ;
family. wish to thank the many
states
ter, Gertrude Lightsey. Fun- can as:Senegal,Guinea,
famly of the lateJ. CARD OF THANKSThe tives, friends, and neighborsfor eral services will be conducted Leonard Williams, 14841 Nigeria and Tanzania.
kindness shown us duringour 3 at Monroe Street, Richmond: Senator Brooke decided last
Saturday Feb. 1:00
ALLEN DYLES JR. family of the late bereavement. :
p.m. la the chapel. Heights, died Jan. 28. Among Spring to undertake this tripso
Special thanks to Rev. C. C. survivors that he
are wife Marie; might study firsthand -
wish ito take this method to
1 Cowsen and Trinity CME
ALBERTJoe five daughters Mesdames,, some of the "Swlt and
thank all our friends and k) members, and Range Funeral I
Bessie M Hollaway, Mildred 1 revolutionary changes" that
Lee Jackson Jr. 14140
for cardstele- y ,
neighbors Home.
Western Lucille Dawkins are occuring in Africa while
,
flowers and kindness NW 24th Ct., Opa-locka, the
Amanda Watson and children
grams
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Evelyn Edwards, Mattie Dock;: our attention has been focus-
shown us during our bereaved infant son of Mr. and Mrs.Joe
.
two sons Leonard Jr. and I ed on Southeast Asia.I
,
ment. Special thanks to Range Lee Jackson, Sr., died Jan.25.
Graveside services were held Haywood; one brother, Coy;: want," said Senator Brooke,
Funeral Home Rev. Davis IN MEMORIAMIn
at Lincoln Memorial one sister, Alice. Remains; "to examine the resources and
Male Chorus Deacons Dea- Monday
sad, but loving memoryof Cemetary.Mrs. will lie in repose Thursday 8 i potential of the new nations of
No. One Choir and all
coness
my dear husband. p.m. in Perrine chapel. Ship i Africa, to discuss with African -
Sarah Hicks 1310 NW
members of First Baptist ofBrownsville. ,
63 Ter., died Jan. 27. Among Friday, 10:00 a.m. to Thomas!. leaders the needs of their

t: survivors, are one son, villeGa., for final rites. countries, to explore the pri-
Edna Dyles wife M vate and public investment op-
George; one sister, Mrs. Re-
Wilbur Johnnie McQueen 1866 NW portunities and the icentives
Dyles, son becca May; one brother, Gus; ,
Mary Hicks, sister JAMES JEFFERSON CAREY five nieces, Mesdames'Lue E. 63rd St., died Jan. 25. Among; which they could offer and the

Arthur Dial,Sr,brother acknowledge with grateful ap- \ Jackson, Fannie M. Washington -. his survivors, mother, Mrs., possibilities for regional cooperation -

Ella Marble, aunt preciation all the kind acts of Mary A. Scott, Pearlie L. Pinkie McQueen; four sisters, ."
sympathy shown In the form Mesdames Sadie Brooke will be
nieces and nephews Miller Elizabeth Brown Narin,Annie! accompaniedon
;
of cards, letters, visits pray- nephews Willie and James Scott, Lizzie Wright,Hattie L. his trip by his assistant Administrative -
o.roamr ers and floral pieces bestowed Wright two brothers
; Elijah Assistant,
Brown, Sylvester Scott; one
upon us during our hoursof brother-in-law Clem May and Roscoe; nieces and I Clarence Elam and Research
;
REGISTRATION BOOKS bereavement. one grandniece Mamie L. nephews. Funeral services; Assistant. Marilyn Dexhei-
To bear such loss is a great Bagging Funeral, services Saturday, ll00a.m.lnthe s mer. Together they will talk

ARE BEING PURGED. burden, but when friends are Saturday,. lOOp.m.atSt.Paul chapel. with leading African governmental -
near to comfort us it makesour Sylvester Hill 4500 11th officials
NW L in each of the
JASPER 0. STRACHANwho AME Church.
ARE YOU PROPERLY burden lighter. Words are PI., died Jan. 29. He is sur-. 12 countries, plus u. S.
departed this Ifs Feb. 2
Johnson 1716
James NW
inadequ ate to express our vived by a dear friend, Mrs. embassyandconsularofofficials -
REGIS TERED ????? thanks. 1966. 3rd Ave, died Jan. 26.Among Ethel Williams Funeral ser- business and trade
Gone, but not forgotten. survivors Cousins and host
a
Nora Carey, wife vices, Saturday, 4:30 p.m. union leaders and members of
Dwight, Carey, son and of friends. Funeral services Drake Memorial Baptist t the academic and intellectual
Family The Family Saturday, 3 p.m. lathe chapel Church. communities.


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I THE MIAMI TIMES., Friday.. February, 2., 1968 19ArtiW .

Block _Hills Passion Play Beams Feb. 11 Kino Gets OEO Urban Service' Award i' .

Lake wales, a ia.--*or the story of Christ's -
16th successive year starting earth and the Christian last days is on at 3 p.m. on Feb. 14, 21, 28, Ten community leaders,two i maintained good coordination you for this unselfish dedica-

Sunday, Feb. 11, the Black by Josef Meier portrayed March 6 and 13 only. organizations, and four newspapers I between the Neighborhood tion to the welfare of your fel-
who has
Hills j passion Play will be per- played the principal The Black Hills Passion in Florida were among l Service Centers and other local low man,but they do affirm our
formed in the huge Lake Wales its introduction in America part since Play, which has been presented the first to receive the recently < agencies in Dade County. deep appreciation for your
Amphitheatre.The 1932. in at Spearfish, S. D., for 29 established U r ba nService Mrs. Barbierl has literally work in behalf of the poor."
years, comes to Lake Wales 'Award of the Office of Economic I helped hundreds of persons Dr. Ralph A. Phelps, Jr.,
outdoor drama each winter. Opportunity, Sargent with specific problems
whichis The schedule ranging Director of Southeast Regional
a non-profit civic project, days at 6:00 includes Sun- It is the oldest 1 continuous Shriver, Director of OEO has j from getting food to getting OEO in Atlanta, said that all of
p.m, Tuesdays, production ever presented in announced. for them.In
will be presented 44 times Jobs the honorees were nomimted
through April 14. It tells the Thursdays, and Saturdays, at the United States coming here presenting these Urban by CEO's
7:30 and Regional Office on
Wednesday matinees first from This honor is for those individuals -
in
1932.
Europe Service
and organizations AwardsSargent the basis of their efforts to
Shriver said, "America'smost help the in
"whose dedicated efforts to poor their own com-
difficult challenge is in munities. Awards went to War
alleviate the problems of the
Fastell in America's cities have ,the city, and you have met it on p o v e r t y Agencies,work-
Hails floridian In poor helped create a better life for |by working in the city to help ers, volunteers, and supporters
;improve the quality of urban in
over 300 American
citizens
our according to the
life. Awards can never repay Cities.
award.
Congressional Recordcongressman

The individuals included: in
Dante B. Fas- Mr. Fascell. Mr. Speaker, his' unusual dedication and I Miami, Arthur King, Director Kivie Kaplan In Florida ProtestsDemonstrations
cell was so impressed witha the Agency for International devotion to the service of his i of Culmer Neighborhood Ser-
recent story in The Miami Development has recently country." vice Center, Economic Oppor- I
Times about our Frank E. presented its
Distinguished tunity Program, inc., and
Finder that be was disposedto Service Award-its highest I am proud, to note that Mr. Betty Loy Barbieri,Community -
do some further checking honor-to Mr. Frank E.Finder Pinder served as secretary of Services Director, Economic -
on pinder and commended himon director the Florida Agriculture Extension
of the U.S. foreignaid Opportunity Program Clearwater. NAACP
Service 1920 1 ledge on charges of obstruct-
his achievements in the mission to Ghana and a and 1933 and during later Inc.; in Tampa,John Dye of the 1 President Kivie Kaplan join- ing traffic, during a school bus
was
Congressional Record of Mon- former resident of Florida. appointed Tampa Times and Donald R.
day, Jan. 22,1968.The The AID award was made service at county Gainesville agent for where the 1 Taylor, Executive Director, < State NAACP President, At that time, the NAACP

to Pinder "in recognition of he worked until 1941. 1 Tampa Economic Opportunity and 200 other persons in a Youth Council, led by presi-
official speech in the his many years of unselfish Council Inc.; in Daytona i mass protest march In frontof dent Ray Green, had stopped
House of Representatives fol- service and sacrifice to the Beach, Mabel Chesley of the City Hall here to highlightthe a bus carrying white children
lows: people of west Africa and for yA graduate of Florida A.& M. Daytona Beach Journal; in < ..Association's charges of pass a Negro school, to highlight -
College in 1933, he was namedto '
Jacksonville, Robert L. 'discriminatory practices by (tthe branch's continuing
that
fame in institution's 1962 and presentedwith hall of I C. Williams, Director, West I II both the courts and city gov- fight for a more integrated
Jacksonville Association for aI1
LBJ's Rights Message Wins its the Outstanding following year.In CitizenA Better Community, Inc., and Mr. Kaplan, who is on vaca-
Gordon Bunch Executive Di-
,
The demonstration occurred tion in nearby Safety Harbor,
rector, Greater Jacksonville .Jan. 23 immediately after immediately came to the
recommending Mr. Finder
Economic Opportunity, Inc.; the branch's aid in
arraignment
ofbranch pressing a
NAACP SupportNew for the award, U.S. Ambassador in Sarasota, Dr. David Crane,
president Talmadge Rut- series of demands upon the
to Ghana Franklin Williams
M. D. Director
Sarasota
said natory practices by both the city authorities.
: County Health Department in
York. The Full ;
re- The text of Mr. Wilkins'
sources" of the National As- telegram follows: Tallahassee, Mrs. Polly Carnegie .
sociation for the Advancementof Few Americans are held in ; and in Fort Lauderdale,

Colored People were pledged higher personal or profes Bill Stone, Executive Direc-
in the drive for enactmentof Your timely and moving sional regard by West Africans tor, Economic Opportunityt

pending civil rights legisla- message to the Congress on of all nationalities a Coordinating Group, Inc. MIAMI NORTHWESTERN PTA
pending civil rights legislation every level, in and out of
tion by Roy Wilkins, the As-
should serve to arouse public government. Both he and his In addition to the above in-
sociations in telegram executive to President director, support for these measures wife, Mrs. Jean Pinder, have dividuals, citations also were Parent-Teacher Talent Show

Lyndon B. Johnson.Mr. and to move Congress to en- been usually efficient ambas made to the Orange County
actment of them. Yourpro- sadors for America to mil Economic Opportunity, Inc.,in
posals to remedy longstanding lions of Africans and othersresiding Orlando and the Tampa White

Wilkins' telegram,dis- grievances merit the active in this part of the Hat Patrol; and to the Miami Monday February 5 1968
patched on Jan. 25, followedthe support of all Americanswho : world Herald, the Miami News, the ,
President's message to the are genuinely concerned[ Tampa Tribune and the St. Door Prizes t "
Congress the day before. The with' the future'of our country. Petersburg Times.
I, along with fellow
my
message called upon Congress Your message summons themto ADMISSION:
Floridans am most of
to enact the civil rights bills the difficult and inescapableduty proud Mr. King was instrumental
Mr. Pinder and com mend the ADULTS $1.00 STUDENTS 50C
as a "forward step in the battle to develop"a national society in helping to solve the Urban
Agency for his
against discrimination." recognizing Renewal Expressway prob-
in which the color of a
talents
The legislation sought by Mr. man's skin is as irrelevant as with this honor lems of Dade County; he has

Johnson covers such im- the color of his eyes." Failureto

portant areas as employment, move rapidly toward this
fair housing, protection of goal assures continuing and
civil rights workers exercis- heightened racial turmoil and

ing their constitutional rights, possibly disaster. We pledgethe $S' Why AofDelivered 1l(1 VE's
school \
desegregation, and reform full resources of our organization '
of jury selection proce- to action to secure
dures in both Federal and state passage of these civil rights
courts. bills.





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GREATER ST. ST. MARY'S W. M. NEW HOPE i

.... LUKE P. B. Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor
.. Sunday, Feb. 4, is the first The Deaconess's are mak-
'f" ... '" " Rev O. Taylor, pastor Sunday and communion will beserved ing ready for their Pew Rallyon

Eula McNeal, reporter all day. Joint choirs Friday night, Feb.2,everyone -
Order of worship for the and ushers will serve all' day. is cordially Invited.

( first Sunday will be as follows; Special i prayers to Sister Saturday, Feb. 3, the Mis-

Sunday School, 9:30: a.m. Catherine Carey who was In sionary Society is sponsoringa

i/"i Morning worship, 11:00 a.m. the hospital but is now at home. dinner sale at the church,you
Evening worship, at 6:30 p.m. Our sympathy to the family of may call 696-7745 for deliveryor
will conclude our service for who
Lillian Thompson
Sister
you may come by the churchto
4:4nu that day. passed Friday. relax, eat, fellowship and
Everyone is cordially invit- this date Sunday,
i Keep open, enjoy a delicious meal. Din-
ed to attend and worship with about this next
Feb. 18. More ners are ready at 12:00 noon
us. Remember to pray for the week Usher Board No. Two Donations $1.00.

sick and shut-ins. would like to say thank you to The pastor wish to thank the

all who helped to make their Deacon's Deaconess's,

MT.CALVARYRev. anniversary a success,espec- choirs, ushers' ,and all members -
ially Rev. Ira McCall of Radio who accompanied him to
S. Atchison, pastor Station WMBM. Richmond Heights Second
Phyllis Beal, reporter still asking all parents -
We are Baptist, Sunday to deliver the
Prayer meeting Is held to please send your child- anniversary sermon for the
unitt
1Jn QI1urrl
rr } Thursday night. ren out to Sunday School a little Deacon's and Deaconess's.Let .
The No. Two Usher Boardis earlier. We begin at 930 a.m. us not forget our sick
sponsoring a tea on the sec- continue to and
Let us pray and shut-ins. They are: Mrs.
ond Sunda y in Feb. They are sick and shut-ins. A
visit our Mary Lowe at home, Mr Dub-
CHRISTIAN VALLEY GROVE GREATER NEW BETHEL asking you cooperation. card or a phone call will helpto blin Robertsrecoverlngat
The Unity Drive is now in
FELLOWSHIP cheer them up and let them home, 126 NE 12th St. Mrs.
Rev. J. Torrence, pastor Rev W. K. Smith, pastor progress. Consult Mrs. Eddie know we are thinking of them. Daisy Bell Phillips at home.
Rev. P. S. Brown pastor King for more information.
Lucile Torrence,reporterWe Alice Irving, reporterThe Remember a friendly visit,
Mary L. Nixon, reporterOur Sunday night is the Lord's
have women are sponsoringa DRAKE MEMORIAL a card or note will cheer them
are glad to
first rally which came very PreWomen's tea on the Supper. Come and eat the
our tor's wifeback in Day Rev J. W. Dunn pastor up when they need you so.
pas ,
to an end Sunday was a great fourth In bread of life with us.
Sunday February, The Deacons are planning a
of illness
church after a period The Deaconess and
success. The amount raisedwas from 4-6 A dynamic At 330 all Willing Workersare
p.m. grand time on their Deacon'sObservance
Stewartess Union held
was on
tremendous consideringthe along with other asked to be present at the
Little Dennis Torrence speaker many last Sunday afternoon with Sis Day, which will
time in which began. The regular scheduled meeting
will be on hand to assure -
like to thanks to persons climax immediately after
would
give ter Allen in charge.
captains and members worked Ir it Sunday afternoon.
Valley Grove and friends for you asp uallygood Please help the men in Communion service 0 n Feb.
hard and long. The pastor is time. You are invited to attend. Visit the sick and shut-Ins. any
grateful for the untiring efforts helping him become King of Prayer services are held The pastor and members project they may put on. Dea- 4, at 7:00 p.m.
the Greater Union Associa- con Green and Deacon Perkins
forth his wish
put by mem- Tuesday night at 8:00 thank The Miami
bership. Keep the good work tion, for the year 1968. p.m.every Let us pray for,the sick: Times for services rendered will have a sale at the church

going members and it will not The women are planning towards and shut-in. during the past year. Saturday. ST. PAUL AME
be long before your dreams of their women's day drive The Boy Scouts will meet

a new church will be realized. which will terminate March 7- Friday, at 630; p.m., at the Rev. T. C. Kelly, pastor

The Southern Singers gave a 10th.The church, the Cubs are now Mary Amos, reporterOur
grand performance in songs chairman is saying to meeting on Saturday, at 400; pastor wishes to remindus
after service to a packed audi- the captains, "Please contactall p.m. Parents please send your to attend the love feast, Fri-

ence. It was enjoyed by all. your groups as soon as possible boys to the church. day night and plan to attend

Thank you Southern Singersfor so that your work can Don't forget to visit Sister church all day Sunday. Don't

you generous contributionand start now. Captains keep this Brown at 2060 Wilmington forget our weekly class meet-

your very fine singing. in mind, your group is to wwww, Street. ing Tuesday, at 8:00 p.m.

Attend your auxiliary meet- Everyone is cordially invited The officials are asking all
to attend and worshipwith MACEDONIA members please bud-
ings and prayer service.They; pay your
will be held in the same places. us. get the book will be open until
Services are temporarily be- Remember to pray for GREATER NEW the second Sunday in March.

ing held in the Community the sick and shut-ins Rev Rosce Jackson, pastor All members of the aux-

Center auditorium. Willie J. Beard, reporterOur iliary please meet Sunday, at

Don't forget to pray for the Second Annual Home- the home of Mrs. Mattie Erwin
sick and less fortunates. coming was a spiritual occas 7051 NW 21st Ave, at 4 p.m.
ZION HOPE M. B. ion. We wish to thank Rev. A. Remember our sick and

M. Griffin and congregation of shut-ins and say a special

ALLEN CHAPEL Rev. P. Freeman, pastorE. New Shiloh; Rev. J. Torrenceand prayer for their recovery.
Jackson, reporter congregation of Valley

Rev. F. D. Wright,pastorL. There will be a program Grove; and Rev. T. C. Kelly,
F.D. BROWNSVILLE BAPTIST
Thompson, reporter Tuesday night, Feb. 6, spon- Bishop Washington Jr., and congregation of St.

Sunday, Jan. 28, marks the sored by the Home Mission So- Paul A. M, E.,for inexplicableJobs Rev. J. E. Wright, pastorC.
ciety. We are saying to our At that were performed last
Twelth Anniversary of Church of God Culpepper, reporterThe
Stewardess Board No. Two. Mothers Board andyoungWomen's Sunday. May God forever bless Senior Choir is havinga

Members and friends are urg- Auxiliary, congratulations Bishop F.D.Washington, be rendered by the A. M. Cohen and keep you is our prayer. barbeque sale Friday andSa-
ed to come outat4:00p.m.and to you all for last Sun.' International field secretary- Temple Choir,featuring Mrs. Remember the sick, shut- turday afternoon, at the

help them celebrate this Joy- days Job well done. Department of Missions of The Jerelene Joseph} and Mrs. ins and bereaved families church, 2775 NW 60th Street.

ous occasion A marvelous We are saying to the sick Churches of God in Christ, Rosa Vann Storr. eveywhere We the pastor, officers,and

program has been planned.The members keep the faith. We Inc., will be guest at the AM members!: Invite you to corns
pastor is calling a are also saying to our sickand Cohen Temple Church of God Special selections will be CHRISTIAN SCIENCEA and visit with us at any time.

meeting for all. Trustee mem- bereaved for families, we are still in Christ, Tuesday, Feb. 6, given by Mrs Earnestine verse from the tenth chap- We welcome you to come in

bers and church members at praying you. 1747 NW 3rd Ave., where the Washington, wife of Bishop ter of Luke Is the golden text singing, praying and enjoyingthe

5:00: Sunday afternoon. Some Rev. Jacob Cohen is pastor. Washington, and Mr. Alfred for the lesson sermon on"Love" Lord in the highest.Let .
vital Issues will be discussedat Bishop Washington of Miller, minister of music at to be read in all us remember to pray
this meeting. ST. JOHN AME Brooklyn, New York Is Washington's Temple where Christian Science Churches; for the sick and the shutInsall

Each Tuesday afternoon at spiritually noted as"The Man Bishop Washington is founder Sunday. around th e world because

400; p.m. Junior Church is Rev. W. A. Curry,pastor with the Universal OutReach and pastor., Listen Sunday at 145 they need constant prayer.
Love Feast will be observed p.m.
Come and hear this
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held at Allen Sister great
Chapel H. .
February 4 over radio i sta-
,
Friday at 8 00 Holy Com
: p.m. man o f God for if need
White supervises this meet- After his one night stand ; you tion WMBM
munion will "Meeting daily
be administered at
salvation for soul heal-
ing and present Biblical Bishop Washington and his out your needs through "
stories to the boys and girls. both services, Sunday at 1100: reach team will leave for an ing for your body, or blessingsfrom The Fifth Church prayer.of
a.m. and 630 The Christ
,
JORDAN
Outstanding features of our p.m. pas- Evangelical tour of the Carrib- God; Bishop Washingtonhas Scientist 1600 GROVE
NW 54th
tor will deliver both sermons St.,
I a powerful gift from God
first church conference
as Combined choirs will serve 'bean.Music for welcomes all. Morning ser- Rev. A. J. King acting pastor
follows Brother you. ,
: Stanley for this service willSALTER'S vice at 11 a.m. Sunday School
throughout the dayUsher Eddie Gilbert reporterOn
,
Richardson was made a also at 11 in
the
Board No. One will serve. a.m. Sunday
Steward Brother Albert
Ancrim was; appointed Senior Mrs. Lucile Hannah was CHAPEL ST. JAMES AME School room. this Thursday night gen-
crowned "Miss St.John last
eral conference all membersare
Steward. Sunday night. Rev. H. M.Salmon,pastor )JRev. F. E. Sneed, pastor NEW asked to be present.
Members remember the FROVIDENCE
Men's Day will be observed Betty Morant, reporter Joseph Marshall,reporter The Willing Workers will
sick and shut-ins. the second Sunday in March, Thanks to the officers Mrs. Sadie Dean and Jan Rev. C.J. Burney, pastor sell pies and coffee in the kit-

the pastor desire to see all men I members, and friends for ites would like to thank you for Arsula Edwards, reporterThe chen every Sunday for
your
following the morning service. 'j their support in the extra ef- your support for the month. 38th Annual Session of convience.

GAMBLE MEMORIALElder Tuesday night class meeting :j fort on last Sunday. We are Mrs. Martha Nicholson and the Seaboard Missionary Baptist Let us continue to pray for

J. C. Jackson, pastor Wednesday and Thursday J looking forward to a great day February-ites are having a Associaton. Rev. W. H. the sick. Visitors are always
l:Sunday. The public is invited. of and fun at her Edwards moderator
Nathaniel Thomas,reporter nights choir rehearsals. night games to con- welcome to worship with us.
Revival services are being The January-ites reporteda All members of the youth home of 1841 NW 51st St., on vene with the Gethsemane M.

conducted nightly by the Rev.A. very successful month. 'choir and those who wish to become Saturday, Feb. 8,at 8:00p.m.We : B. Church West Hollywood.

C. Nace. Let's come out and c members are asked to are proud to announce Rev. I, S. Clark, Sr., pastor,
help win souls for Christ. I meet Saturday, at 4:00: p.m. to that one of our members, Mrs. February 8-11. GRACE PRESBYTERIAN

Beginning the first Sundayin I plan for youth day. Margree Young is now in business Holy Communion will be

February Gamble Memorial PEACEFUL ZION The Senior, and adult Mis- for herself.She is the new served this Sunday in our Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor

services will change to the following :sionary workers will meet owner dGee-Gee'sDresses. evening worship.Consecration Congratulations to the Youth

hours; Sunday School, No. One Usher's Board will with their new chairladies Let's all give her a lot of support hour of prayer and th Youth advisor s for the

900 a.m. Morning worship, celebrate their Eighth Anniversary 'Monday, at 8 p.m. All members in the new business ven- is held each Sunday, at 5:00 fine morning and evening ser-
are invited to attend on turel! i.m. vices last Sunday. A special
11:00: a.m. YPWW, 6:00: p.m. Feb. 9th thru llth. ]
Evening worship, 7:30 p.m. On February 10 the youth will\ 'Sunday. LoveFeast is Friday night, Prayer meeting each tues- thanks to Mrs. Vera Thompson -
You are always welcome to sponsor a festival, on the Let us remember the sick and we'll be looking for you! day night at 7:30 We invite our morning speaker and

attend Gamble Memorial, at grounds of church Saturday, md! shut-ins, also the men in Our Homecoming will beheld every member, visitors, and Cecil Mott, who brought an
t tp.m. he: armed services. Sunday,Feb. 11.It is most friends to attend. outstanding evening
any t i m e to share your wor- Feb. 10, from 11 a.m. until 6 message.
The youth will have a sale important that all do
ship. we our Continue In prayer for our Condolences tothe bereaved
Our prayers are extended Rev. C. P. Preston, pastor \<>Saturday afternoon, the public best to attend, this is a day to sick, shut-ins and those who family of Mrs. Annie Rolle,
Is Invited. Visitors are always rejoice and be thankful for the are who
those who are sick and shut- L. Washington, reporter. bereaved. Visitors are always was funeralized last
' in. welcome. wonderful church we have welcome. Tuesday afternoon.






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. MT. TABOR Community Relations Board To Meet In Allapattah Tonight .

Rev. J. Hendon, acting pastor The Metropolitan Dade conformance with CRB policyof ed representatives of the area persons will be Mr. Tom But- and housing Committee. The

The Women have launched 'County Community Relations inviting professional community to discuss problems of business ler, Regional Director of the CRB plans these meetings in

their Annual Women's Day Board will hold its February resource people to accompany education, crime housing Small Business Administration order that citizen and profes-

Drive under the chairmanshipof meeting on Thursday night, the Board into local noise, and inter-group relations Mr. Andrew Boyce, of sional may have an opportunity -
Mrs. Wilhelmina Sands, February 1, at 8:00 p.m., in communities in order bring Professional members SCORE, Mr. William Duncan, to work together to forge
with Mrs. Claretha Cook and the Allapattah Center for Dialogue concerted attention to area of public and private Capt. J. C. Mattox, patrol the keys needed to unlock so

Mrs Geraldine Jenkins as co- at 2175 NW 26th Street, problems. The agenda of the comet anity agencies will be In Captain of Miami Police Department lutions to the problems defin-

chairmen. Spirit and enthusiasm -. as announced today by CR3 meeting will be devoted almost attendance to respond to the Mr. Donald Hanney, ed on Thursday night.

Is running very high and Chairman, Harry P.Cain The entirely to the comm inity of problems. and mr. Haley Sofge, Direc-
the entire membership Is go- meeting site was selected in Allapattah, its people and their Spokesmen for the community tor of Metro Housing and Ur-
ing all out to make this drive include ban Affairs
problems. The CRB has Invlt- Mr. MaxwellSper- Department
one of the greatest and most, ling, Mr. Donald Burroughs, During the mouth of Feb. NORTH EAST 50'SQuiet

successful the history of our Mr. Miguel 1 Cabrera, Dr. ruary the CR8 will hold special Dignified
church. The Fund Raising Truck Joseph: Poltier, Dr. Donald follow-up meetings in Al Apartment 4 RoomsUnfurnished
Driviig Course
Committee will sell dinners Opens Manuel, Miss Yara Machado, lapattah of its Employment
each Saturday at the churchfor Mrs. Mell Baise,Rev Morrell Committee, police-Commia- No Pets & No Minors

the duration of the drive January 30 Robinson, Mrs. Linda Houghton ity Relations Committee, 759-4174

which will terminate on the and Mr. W. H. Barnes. Community Cooperation Com.
fourth Sunday In March. Dade County, along with the and Thursday evenings from Speaking in response to these mittee, Education Committee,
rest of the nation is 7 to 10 p.m., with some prac-
facing a -- ---------
severe shortage of trained tice driving on Saturdays.The
TEMPLE BAPTISTThe truck drivers. total cost of the course is only
mall of
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Wqe
fourteen dollars. All maJor JIf aitq!

officers and membersof truck lines in Dade County are .
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The Lindsey Hopkins Edu- actively supporting this ..-- -' --. ---
No. Two Choir wish to express cation Center pro-
their deep appreaciationt school in Florida which is the offersa only gram For further informa- mo Jt ;JnltribtdITh.Ht

o the various singing groups course in commercial truck tion call the Lindsey Hopkins ( [[ ) .. In t Ilic
and individuals who participated driving. The schoolhas placedone Education Center, 377-4311, C4CUCCtGLCCLL'[ [
Ext.
on their anniversary hundred percent of all students 392 ( [(1:[ utrlzutins Jt'rmorlI' { \

program Sunday afternoon. who were enrolled in \ of denS
The affair was quite a success. previous classes. BAHA'IS OF MIAMIBaha'is IJ

Again, thank you. I and rjie : ircprr.loride'e .
of Greater Miami
The Lord's Supper will be _
will attend a two-day confer- y . ;Nrtnrst
administered during the Training is given in drivingand -
morning and evening servicesthis maneuvering in all typesof ence, February 2-3 covering and aol1rgrtb. !
Proclamation
Sunday, and the choirs will tractors and trailers. The Expansion
Consolidation of the Faith, at .... -
sing jointly. student first practices on run-
the Sarasota Motor Inn Sara-
,
The number one choir is at Master's Fieldand
ways sota. This is one of eighteen INSCRIBED FOR ETERNITY AND IN FAITH TO THEIR PROMISE THAT
making preparations for its then progresses to street
such conferences held THE "CHURCH BUILDS FOR YOUTH"Following
home-coming program on the driving. The course Includes
third Sunday afternoon in February many important areas of throughout the United States ( are listed the names of Churches and Pastors who are up to date

It promises to be an interesting equipment, preparation for interstate during February. in their pledges and payments to the FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE
Miss EdnaTrue and Miss Building Fund. )
inspiring occasion commerce license,
Thelma Jackson secretaries
safety rules and reports, and MP. CARMEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Tallahassee), Rev. T. S. Loften
of the NationalBaha'i
-__..___.-_._ _. _u__..___. first aid. A valid Florida respectively, CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH (Tallahassee), Rev. J. A. Clausell
and
driver's license is the only Spiritual Assembly MACEDONIA BAPTIST CHURCH (Gainesville), Rev. S. M. Daniels
MT. PLEASANT M. B. National Teaching Committee
requirement for prospective CHRISTIAN MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami), Rev. 0. Wil
Rev. F. L. Smith, pastor students. will speak The Baha'is are in PILGRIM LODGE BAPTIST CHURCH (Century), Rev R. C. Young
The class meets Tuesday the midst ofa Nine-Year Plan, MT. NEBO BAPTIST CHURCH (DeFuniak Springs) Rev J, C. Woods
The Fourth Annual Women's in which the Faith is expectedto MT. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. S, Atchison

Jay) was a tremendous suc- be proclaimed throughoutthe FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH (KeyLargo), Rev.R Colvin
PEACE world. NEW BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. E. Williams
cess. In behalf of our pastor, PRINCE OF ._
chairman Mrs Minnie Hill, Rev. R. Seays pastor GLENDALE BAPTIST CHURCH (Richmond Heights), Rev. J. Coats
and co-chairman Mrs. F. L. Bernice Griffin ,reporter NEW BETHANY MT. PLEASANT BAPTIST CHURCH (Goulds), Rev A, H. Lockett

Smith, officers,and members, BAPTIST ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCH (Brownsville) Rev. J. W. Stepherson ..
GREATER TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH (Dania) Rev. J. L. Hardwick
we want tothank our membersand Sunday Schopl, 1030am. Rev. F. L. Carter,pastorWe
MACEDONIA BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. J, A. F. Finlayson
visiting friends for their Morning worship, 12:00.Com- are concluding 1 our
munion service at 6:30 NEW BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH (W, Palm; Beach), Rev. D.N. Ct
loyal support given us. May p.m. spiritual revival Friday night
God grant his blessing on eachof The pastor is asking all we will be looking to see all. FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. J. E. JenkinsMT
you. members to please come out of you. CARMEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Gainesville), Rev. T. A. Wright

The members and friendsare to our weekly prayer serviceson We are asking the coopera- ST. MARY BAPTIST CHURCH (Bradenton) Rev. R. Hammond

looking forward to our Wednesday, at 8:00 p.m. tion of our parents in getting MT. SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. W, A, Rogers
church anniversary, and pas Let's not forget our less fortunate ". the children out on Saturday NEW REDEEM BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. E.. I. Norman
tor's appreciation week, and :service men in our afternoon for Junior Mission. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Tallahassee) Rev. C. K. Steele
JOHN THE BAPTIST CHURCH (Pensacola) Rev. L. W. Goram
to start March 17. The public prayers Our doors stand open, inviting -
EBENEZER BAPTIST CHURCH (Hallandale) Rev. 0, W. Foster
is invited to come over and I all our many friends to
help us. worship each Sunday morning. ST JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH (Ormond) Rev. J. T, Tanner
Let us continue to pray for NEW MT. MORIAH ST JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH (Belle Glade) Rev J, B. Adams
the sick and shut-ins. ------ DAYSPRING BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev C. A. Weaver
Rev. A, L. Shipp, pastor GREATER FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH (Clewiston) Rev. L. H. King
..
--- - Evelyn Souter, reporterOur SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev J. C. Sams
BETHEL AME
FIRST BAPTISTOF MT. CANAAN BAPTIST CHURCH (Pensacola) Rev J. S. Young

BROWNSVILLE General Conference tonight Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor SIXTH AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH (Pensacola) Rev. R. L, Hill
(Thursday), at 7:30 p.m. The first quarterly confer- NEW MT MORIAH BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. A. L. Shipp
Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor The pastor is asking all members ence was held Jan. 21-23, by SPRINGHILL BAPTIST CHURCH (Gainsville) Rev. T. D. Davis

Donella Turner, reporterThe to please be present for the Presiding Elder, Rev.F. ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCH (Liberty City) Rev. P. W. Wiggins
Layman Brotherhoodwill 1 I the election of officers. A. Allen. A very Inspiring: TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev L. A, Thompson
sell pies Saturday at the 3 t Our Youth Day, is Feb.9 and I sermon was delivered on Sun MT OLIVETTE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. I. C, Mickins

church. They are asking their r llth.I day morning, our attendancewas SWEETFIELD BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. P. J, CurryST.
friends to stop by. good. The boards and auxiliaries LUKE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. P. W, Williams
The Sunshine Band hold I The pastor wish to thank made very fine reports FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH (Bunche Park) Rev. W, J, Macon
it's regular meeting SaturdayFeb. each one that accompanied him 1 for their work during the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHPine Grove-Ft. Lauderdale) Rev. C. V. Ford

10.All members are ask- Sunday to West Hollywood, to first quarter. Rev. Allen gave MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. E. TGraham
ed to present themselves. close out Rev. B. Mack's an- encouraging remarks for the MT. SINAI BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev C. O. Albury

The pastor Is asking all niversary.Let fine job that Rev Cousin and NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Hollywood) Rev. H. W. Wright

members to attend prayer the members are doing at t GREATER NEW BETHELBAPTISTCHURCH (Miami) Rev. W. K. Smith
meeting Thursday night.'Feb. us continue our prayersfor Bethel. NEW PROVIDENCE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. C, J, Burney

2, all members are expectedto I the sick,shut-ins, our pastor 1 Mrs. F. J. Hicks, reporterfor NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. W. E. Sims
attend conference.Businessof ; bereaved families and quarterly conference. SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH (Homestead) Rev. K. L. MeG riff
vital Importance. those in the armed services. MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Orlando) Rev. N. G. Staggers

PHILADELPHIA BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. J. W. Johnson

ABYSCNIA BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. B. L. Wynn
ST. MARK BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. C. Wade
There are 6,000 fatherless boys in Dade NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Ft. Lauderdale) Rev G, W, Phillips

County between the ages of 8 and 14. ZION HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. P. Freeman

r MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Vero Beach) Rev. J. W, Taylor
ZION HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. E. R. Simpson -

least one third of these fatherless boys SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev A. B, Coleman
y At ST. MARTHA BAPTIST CHURCH (Oak Hill) Rev. E. L, Merrick
of the guidance and steady
-y are in dire need EMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. S. L. Badger
I ing influence of a mature male. . A Big ELIZABETH BAPTIST CHURCH (Arcadia) Rev. C. S. Felder

Brother. MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Blmini) Rev J. R. Smith
BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH (Sarasota) Rev. A. H. Howell
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH (Ft. Pierce) Rev Cliffen

VOLUNTEER TO 8 E A OAK GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH (Geneva) Rev. H. J. Clark

ST. PAUL BAPTIST CHURCH (Badwln) Rev. H. L. Baker .

BIG BROTHER MT. ZION PROGRESSIVE BAPTIST CHURCH (Lake Wales) Rev J. D. Johnson
"No man- stands so NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (St. Petersburg) Rev. J. L. Fennell

TALL os when he stoops NEW SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev A. M. Griffin
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH (St. Petersburg) Rev, E. D. Davis
boy.
to help a
Of Greater Miami The' above list covers the State of Florida
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 2, 1968 23 -

Grand. .u" Master's Excretive Council Meets ,In Miami i iA

high level executive council the
meeting was held in the largest aggregation of this one of the most memorable given by Rev. Moses Davis,
conference room of the state officials of Masons and occasions held. Following grand chaplain and worshipful 10 Os.
I Hampton Order
of
House, bringing together The Eastern Stars. the processional, in full master of King Solomon Lodg I Century ;
schedule of events made R e g a k I a, the invocation was No. 53, Tampa.A hearty welcome

and standing ovation was The name comes off
N'i it J,:, 1 .
given the Honorable Illustrious
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''\". 4"tI'1;? "\ I Edward F.Aldrich,Sovereign and
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: I Grand Master(33rd)of Florida -

1 I 1 and Jurisdiction, Inc., whc, the taste comes on.
\ gave the key-note address.Oneofthehighlightsofthe.

,
I v > ls Grand Master's address was;: s
.,. "Of all the many groups am a: = -_ --

'.;:" organizations that advocate

,.J;.y?ft peace throughout the world. _eTl _-_=-
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-: ..f.:1alr Masonry tops them all"He
,,: also gave a chronological his
tory of free and accepted ancient

"\# .... ., York Masons, Prince I _ __.
". Hall origin, national compact t
; and the contributions made by

.. .; every Grand Master from 1846
;: :
.,x f until the pre s e n t.Warrants

\ ' $'%;;. were given to chapters in Ft
" . .:" ,11". Lauderdale, Ft. Pierce,Jack
f iBl: ;f'l: : sonville, Orlando, Sarasota,
,
; 1i/,/<\.'("'...'I' , ., "<,,...T.; Tampa, and West Palm Beach ..
.It, ;J< \: The gavel of authority was
:j; :,' ::, Invested in Lady Ossle Mintos,

'.: Jt1 ; W. G. M. of Tampa, G. A. M. r
,, 'i: Lady Willie Hamilton of Frost
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b ;',, Proof, Fla., Brother Johnny
\ : ,; !/;: '..: Shields was commissionedstate

NASSAU, BAHAMAS Robert J. Brown ( ) district deputy Grand
center president of B & C Associates, Master-at-large.
High Point, N. C. ;s shown here with Randol F. Fawkes (left), Minister of Labour A testimonial banquet was

and Commerce of the Bahamas, and Frank Stanley, Sr., editor and publisher of the given in honor of the Honor

Louisville Defender. The occasion was the winter meeting of the National News able Illustrious Edward F.Aldrich -

paper Publishers Association which was held in Nassau, Bahamas. Mr. Stanley is 33rd Sovereign Grand lr
past president of the NNPA Mr Brown hosted an F. Woolworth sponsored luncheon Master of Florida and Juris-

for the publishers. diction Inc., for his long and I .

meritous service ((40 years). Comes on good.
He was the recipient of many

:" ;;d't\. ,\,\:'\ I gifts presented him from various
'
". \. _; ""4., ; I c h a p t e r throughout the A product of P. Lorillard Co., Est. 1760 OIJ'ok
: f i ': y state of Florida.
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r ; ::,,,! :' k ,.., ,t A resolution was passed to
erect a new Grand East for the
!e state of Florida; a site to be t
'r, ai given at the next meeting of the STUDENT SPECIAL
grand lodge.

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i COOPERATIVE CLUB'S FIRST ANNIVERSARYThe MARRIAGE

Cooperative Club ended Gardner, club sweetheart, Members not seen are, Mrs Mr and Mrs. Ezekiel Bry
its year of club work with a Mrs. Vivian Gardner,record Mattie Harris, reporter, Mrs. ant (Pansy M. Goff) was mar
Lolita Bertha McKeever chaplain ried December 27, 196;at thE I
Mrs.
New Years party at the Tuck- ing secretary, ,
er's Restaurant in Opa-locka. Spears, chairman sick committee Mrs. Mildred Wright, financial home of Rev. and Mrs Emor y HENDERSON TRAVEL .AND NORTH'S TRAVELOF
Jackson.Start .
secretary ATLANTA OF MIAMI
Among the beautiful settingof
holiday decorations the club Standing: Mesdames Willie cJ ersonally fescortea
members and their guests found Mae Watson, Zella B. Brown,
sra6intaaat76mta6mt76>:tosmrawxiRr+toE DriAaraauraFEiara6isRy.
themselves involved in an array vice-president, Jannett 11TH ANNUAL TEACHERS

of activities such as dancing Batton, sunshine treasurer, .
playing games and recognizing Rose Tucker, treasure, ElizaBeth r EUROPEAN STUDY TOURin
birthdays. Johnson, president,
Thelma pinder chairman of as ubl G cooperation with

birthday committee, Lutisha ALL STATE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION
All the goodies of the festive 4
Russell, parliamentarian.
holiday season were enjoyedby Oa
all. Owl M England Holland Belgium luxembourg Germany
Switzerland Liechtenstein Austria Italy
Monaco France
The club had a good year,

they recently celebrated their Leave New York July 8 . Return July 29, 1968
19th
Anniversary. Fla. A&Mvs. l Your
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I THREE WEEKS 11 COUNTRIES

The members 'W 0 r k very ONLY $799.00REGISTER
hard every year to make this e eM NOWI
project a success so that they

maybe able to i meet their of TODAY PROFESSIONAL ADVANTAGE OF TOUR
charitable obligations. Univ.
Certificate Renewal) Salary Increment
The club gave four Christmas Miami8ASKETBALL Jofn one of these classes NOW In.plred Clam om Initructlon
baskets to needy families i Academic Credit Available In Some Statei
among other things. One of themember's I Enriched Historical and Cultural Background
9 .50 a week totals. .. 25.00 Increaied International Underitanding
employer, Mr. Lyt-
ton of Miami Beach, donated >9 1.00 a week total. .. 50.00 ; RESERVATIONS ARE VERY LIMITED

$25.00 to the club. Sat. Feb. 10 i ii i >9 2.00 a week totals.' 100.00 MAKE YOUR PLANS NOW AND

MIAMI BEACHCONVENTION j 9 G.OO. week totals. .9> 250.00 AVOID DISAPPOINTMENTLATE
We the members of the Cooperative
HALL I tR.0.00 a week totAl.. 9 oo.oot'
club wish to expressour RESERVATIONS CANNOT BE GUARANTEED

appreciation to Mr Lutton 8:15: p. m.

for his generous donation. Tickets on Sale ot Down I Lincoln National Bank $100.00 Deposit will hold your reservation,
Mrs. Mattie Harris, reporter. town office, 228 S. E. 1st Second payment of $200.00 due April 1, 1968
St. and at North's Travel j' of Miami CALL OR wqlTENorth's
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I 7 Jewish Groups Back Open Housing lefrofc Organization To

Concentrate On SlumReconstruction
New York. A brief presenting effects on minorities -- especially -. preme Court last ,week. even contemporaneous experiences
I I the damaging social, Negroes .. housing Seven national Jewish organizations of American Jews
psychological and economic segregation was filed in Su- and 811ocalJewish and reflects and authentic I
councils, all of which are Jewish identification with the
affiliated with the National problems confronting the The world's largest builderof raise taxes in order to pay the
Community Relations Ad- American Negro. apartment communitiestoday high costs of police protectionand
-.-. visory Council, filed a friend- Nearly every ancient restrictive pledged that his organi- welfare programs.This is
of-the-court brief a suit that covenant or other zation is now dedicated to the strictly impotent and stop.gap
tests the fair-housing section modern device directed at rebuilding of the depressedurban thinking. Higher taxes simply
of a law that is more than 100 Jews as targets of bigotry has areas of America." raise prices, stimulate inflation -
SUPER SOUL TOP 40 years old -- the 1866 Civil included the Negro as an intended Samuel J. Lefrak,presidentof and the programs they finance -
Rights Act.Edwin fellow-victim. But The Lefrak Organization, do nothing to end the
JANUARY 26. 1968 J. Lukas, Legal whereas housing discrimination said that his firm, which has blight of slum life," said Mr.
Counsel of the American against Jews presently been involved almost solely in Lefrak.
1. Count the days Inez and Charlie Fox Jewish Committee, and embodies social insult rather private investment buildingfor The builder noted: "The
2. Stop Howard Tate Samuel Rabinove, Director of than enduringly critical the last 63 years,will con- average slum dweller black.
3. Back up train Al Green the American Jewish Commit- injury, with respect to Ne- centrate henceforthon The non-slum dweller is
4. Mr. Soul Satisfaction Timmy Willes tee's Legal Division,prepared groes the damage has been infinitely meaningful, massive slum white. Thus, our crisis situa-
5. Without love Oscar Toney Jr. the brief for the organizations.The worse ; it is beyond reconstruction projects." tion cf today not only involvesthe
6. Explosion in your soul Soul Survivors national organizationsare comparison! Mr. Lefrak, builder of physical deterioration of
7. Oh how it hurts Barbara Mason : American J e w i s h Committee The stark truth is that, Lefrak, City in Queens our cities but the deterioration -
8. Give my love a try Linda Jones Jews in Labor Com- where housing is concerned, the world's largest privately in the relationships between -
9. Born free The Hesitations mittee, Jewish War Veteransof most Negroes in America today financed apartment community black and white Ameri-
10. Got a thing for you baby Mr. Perculator the U. S. A., NationalCoun- are compelled to residein said that "America cans."
.. cil of Jewish Women, Union of de facto enclaves, with no cannot continue to carry the .* "If the United States is to
11. A Man needs a woman James Carr American Hebrew Congrega- escape in prospect.The burden of the slums." survive and grow there must
12.1 Wish it would rain The Temptations tions, Union of Orthodox inventory of the hideous The inhuman living condi- be an immediate and dramatic
13. You Marvin Gaye Jewish Congregations of conditions and of the con- tions of the slums and their change in racial attitudes,"
14. Dance to the music Sly & Family Stone America, and United Synagogue comitant anguish and despairin bleak hopelessness has given Mr. Lefrak said.
15. Need a woman of my own Tommy Hunt of America. the Negro ghettos is rise to a spiraling crime rate He emphasized the world
16. Be Ever wonderful Joe Hinton Should the Supreme Court seemingly endless. But what and an emphasis on violent so- "attitude." "What is the attitude -
17. Johnny comes marching home Richard Barbary hold with this brief, it wouldbe happens when a Negro attempts lutions. The answer of the mu- of the black mn today?
18. Why does a man have to lie Margie Joseph a landmark decision, for
from the
to
emerge nicipal managers has been to He is angry. He feels a sense of
19. My baby must be a magician The Marvellettes the Court could find that there ghetto into a physically more hopelessness. He is prone to
20. In the midnight hour The Mirettes already exists a Federals congenial neighborhood? The follow those who preach a doc-
tat ute which provides for to live wherever their financial -
experience of a Negro journa- trine of violence."
21. Miriam Makeba This could resources permit,and
Malayisa occupancy.
open
is illuminating
list : "What is the attitude of the
22. Funky Way Calvin Arnold lead to the creation of an effectual "I remember--more vivid- thus discouraging the migra- white man today? Many fear
23. Love me The Chilites Federal fair housinglaw sometimes than I wish.my tion of race-conscious whites,
ly the emergence o f the blacks.
24. Don't have to say you love me 4 Sonics not by an act of Congress, family's experiences as the helps to bripg about the total Others feel a sense of guilt.
25. The dock of the bay Otis Redding but by a decision oftheSu- single Negrofamily onan transition of neighborhoods, The majority is content to sit
26. A Million to one Five Stairsteps preme Court. otherwise all-white street ina thus perpetuating segregation.On back and ignore the entire
27. There is Delles The brief, supporting an interracial Southwest Atlanta house, the the other hand"the soon situation."
28. I Thank you Sam and Dave St. Louis couple in sight of cherrybombs and er an open housing policy is
29. Cheer up Daddy's coming home Roy Lee Johnson the case of Jones vs. Mayer, Molotov cocktails tossed on everywhere," a realtor "New 'attitudes' are essen-
30. Worship the ground you walk on Jackie Montre Jr. brings open housing to the Supreme the lawn." ,(Mayer) pointed out, "the bet- tial. The black must realize
Court for the first time. ter," because it is difficultfor that violence is not a solution.It .
EXTRAS EXTRAS The court is expected to hear Perpetuation of SegregationIt one developer not to dis- is only a sympton of a tragic
the case this spring. criminate against Negroes so situation. The white must rea-
31. Baby now that I Found you The Foundations The brief presents the his- is pointed out that the absence long as others do because of lize that fear and guilt aggra-
32. New are getting scarce Joe Tex torical account ofhousingdis- of a federal open occu- the need to remain competitive. vate an already dangerous
33. The more I do for you baby Cliff Nobles crimination of the early and pancy law permitting Negroes crisis and that passivity can
34. Walk away Four Tops no longer be tolerated."
..:', 35.1 got what you need Johnny C Mr. Lefrak said that if"at-
36. No sad song Joe Simmon titudes change the work of
37. Good to me Irma Thomas totally reconstructing the
38. I Wanna be your man Bobby Moore/Rhythm black communities can rapidly -
39. Gotta get my baby back Damon Fox Aces BLACK"POWER I go forward."
40. Lala means I love you The Delfonics
"Those who say that atti-
PICK HIT PICK HIT tudes cannot change are being

Sunny Sam Baker You said if baby! ridiculously evidence is pessimistic.at hand.Simply The

look at the news photos and
LOCAL BREAKOUTS LOCAL BREAKOUTS television coverage of the
Vietnam conflict. There black
I can't afford to lose him Ella WashingtorDo men and white men are work-
right man Little Beaver ing together smoothly and self-
The Goat Freddy Scott Dade County's 200,000 Negro lessly to do a hard and bitter
Don't want to leave you darling Jeb Stuart job. O! look at the great
Baby Angel Edie Walker Population Packs $160,000,000 American leisure activity --
Big insurance man watching professional footballon
Soul Party Clarence Reed television. What do we see?
worth of purcliasing Power Once more, black men and
WINNER white men working together in
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Call it Black Power or Green Mr. Lefrak stressed that the
week you can win prizes by selecting the records change in attitudes is neces-
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closest to the actual top ten wins. Decision of the judgesis
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'. MIAMI TIMES:, Friday, February 2, 1968 ..25
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Spearing with. rIhli Univ. Of Fla. Coach Claims' Scholarship Keeps Negro OutRay .

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Graves, University of the athletic director The coach made the com-
Florida head coach, said Fri- coach, not the d,. ment on statements of the Rev.

day there is no discrimination of admissions, nor the T. A. Wright of Gainestille,
,
.. against in the assignment who nor the president that
,, t Negroes who was quoted as saying(
......... of athletic scholar- Graves was the reason that
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Negro athletes could not com
pete at the University of Florida. -
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BY HARRY SPEAR 1 .
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"We had a Negro Junior college

CURRY ON ALL-AMERICA SQUAD basketball transfer a
1
couple years ago and have actively -
Four Dade County players have been named to coach and sought to recruit Ne-
athalete magazine's 100-man all-A mer ica high schoolfootball groes who .had the athletic
squad. Three players of Coral Gables' state championship team ability and the scholastic rec-

- quarterback Craig Curry, cornerback Ed Merlano and line- ord and potential," Graves
backer Paul Johnstone, made the team. Miami high halfback said.
Rocky Raley is the fourth. Merlano set a Gables record with The problem was that Ne-

eight interceptions in 13 victories this fall.Johnstone spurreda gro athletes have not been able

defensive interior and also was one of 5 Florida players on F -J' r to pass the entrance examina-
the all Southern team. Curry, first team all-state as John- rii ? tions, he said.LIBCITY .

stone, supplied 1 the key plays all season, including a 43 yard

dash for the go ahead touchdown in the state title game agains HAWKS LEAD
Jacksonville Wolfson.

DORSEY PARK LEAGUEBy
ELGIN BAYLOR .ONE OF THE GREATEST"And
ARNOLD A. DAVIS <"
number 22, the captain of the Lakers, from Seattle

University, Elgin Baylorl"The With a week left to go in the
ovation is instead, spontaneous, and deafening. It is
first half, the HaWcs of Lib-
doubtful that any fan has ever heard what words follow and
erty City has only a one game
number 22 . The roar drowns out the rest of the Forum lead in the adult basketball
public address announcer's introduction each basketball night.It 14 Wash-
/ league, at Booker T.
is the applause to be expected for a great athlete.Eighttimes ington gym. Epicure Market,
first team all-pro fourth in the historyof _
; leading scorer R. C. Ringers, and the Dirty
the National Basketball, Association; top Laker scorer of HOMEBOYS Dallas / from left) smiles a s i Dozen are tied for second
all-time the man who once scored 71 point in a single
; game. with 4-1 record.
Each
place. a
he offers congratulations to to this year's New
But it is more than that. It is not just adulation of a grea t The Hawks with Albert
Pittsburgh Courier All-America Pittsburgh for the
player; but acclaim of a great man. It is a nightly tribute to a in (Smoke) Stirrup as the play-
fourth annual All-American month dinner
The
man who, after loss of the top fourth of his knee cap through is maker, with the boardwork of
co-sponsored by the Royal Courier. Shown
surgery, assigned himself tortuous rehabilitation to
program Jack (Shotgun) Swilley and the
regain all-pro form at a time when many doubted he would (left to right) are Major/ A&M; Hayes, hot shooting of Alvin (Iron
also an A&M product and the off-season,
ever even play again. ; Man) Stevenson arewhythe
Baylor started the 1966-67 season as a 32-year old man with Hayes is a member the Royal team. Hawks have been able to keepa

part of a knee missing. The critics set up a roar that he was spotless record. Stirrup and
"all through." He could never again hope to be "the" Elgi Stevenson both are averagingover

Baylor. Rattler Cagers 7 of 8 20 points per gi me, while
The Lakers opened! season on the road and in those three Swilley is averaging over 15
Tallahassee.The Florid
games Baylor hit 43 of 74 shots from the floor; scored 112 age, forwards Dounis, rebounds and 12 points a
A&M University Rattler bas-
points; and the whole league knew that "Baylor was back." a ( 6'3' andClarenceAl- game.In .
ketball team has with
After five games he was averaging 34.4 points per game., come up : ) : have 14 and 12 poinl other games during the
a new fid its called :i
The sixth started out like his best yet.After 20 minutes he was shoothave respectively. week, the Dirty Dozen with Ed
.in the.FAMt uamrus and it
eight-for-nine, had 10 rebounds and 19 points.And then Baylor looks pn as if its going to last un- ward 'G' Byrdand Leroy Gaiter -
went down. He was hurt. A knee injury.And the critics roared til basketball season is over. 3-1 11- hawking team thai t; with 52 points and 38 points
again that Baylor was "all through." in the fast break,I respectively, were able to defeat -
He missed 11 games. Was in pain when he tried to run or The Rattlers won their mix skillful bal!l Epicure Market, 82-T2,,
jump when he did return. But,-in the three games after his re. seventh game In their las! in 11 n g, excellent outside! and the Knights 94-79. While

turn, he shot 34-for-69, grabbed 44 rebounds and scored 92 eight outings: recently with a FA 91"I'm with aggressive de, Steve Mizak and Link Johnson
points. Baylor was, indeed, back. 105-87 victory over Fort play which makes their I with 23 points and 19 points,
He was named to and starred in the all star game. He was Valley State College. the mo:>t exciting Rat were high point men for their

named first team all-pro for the eighth time in his nine NBA & In many a year. teams.
It was also the eighth timein
seasons. He scored 1,862 points in 70 games. with
that
the lat nine ; they
game
Now in his 10th season, he is among the top ten scorers in THE LEAGUE STANDING
had scored 100 points or
the NBA, and Elgin Baylor the mm won't let Elgin Baylor the FOOTBALL TEAMS WON LOST

player be anything at his best. Baylor scored 29 points here LEAGUE
Sunday as the Lakers bashed the Hawks 118-103. Hawks 5. 0

B-CC's Allen February 23, a meeting Epicure Mkt. 4 1
CLDEN GLOVES IT'S ABOUT TIMEA held for the purpose of R. C. Ringers 4 1

group of civic minded Miami businessmen announce( a youth football Dirty Dozen 4 1
that the first Florida Golden Gloves Open tournament will be Scoring for boys between the Raiders 2 3

presented Feb. 27-28 at Miami Beach Auditorium.The 8 and 15. Celtics 2 3Rattler's
winner of the finals will represent Florida in the Na- Johnny A'len a 6'8" Junior 2 3

tional tournament in Salt Lake City in March and take the first forward at Bethune-Cookman for person, group, or or- Go-Goes 0 5
steps towards Olympic recognition.All College ranks second: nationally In that would like to Miami Beach 0 5

young boxers between the ages of 16 and 26 who have had in the NCAA College are a team may contact the
in 10 classesin ; division basketball statistics, Mr. TOP SCORERSNAME
four public bouts are eligible to compete weight persons.
the Open division.Amateurs between 16 and 21 who have had i I with an average of 32.2 points at 693-1488

less than four bouts may compete in the novice division whic t per game, according to statis- at 691-2919 for more TEAMS AVG.A .
also has 10 weight classifications. tics records released today. 24.2 Please make all McDougall Rattler's 30.3E.

Entrants may obtain official blanks and information by The Wildcats are among the 6 p.m. and before Mitchell Knight's 24.8
writing boxing promoter Chris Dundee at Miami Beach Audi- top ten in three other cata- pia 22. D. Snell Ringer' "?.'5

torium or by notifying Golden Gloves, Inc., at 7150 SW 52 AVE 5 goriest thine-Cookimn In Team College Offense ranks, Be. 0 : C. Bethel GoN -(' _

Miami, Fla. 33143.
third in the nitioa. In fourteen all
All hopefuls are reminded that boxers must be registeredwith

the AAU and that falsfying age will result in disqualification "

Magazine as the No.One ,
Beach Auditorium next Tuesday, A
FAMU TO PLAY UNIV. OF MIAMI The popular, aggressive Cuban (

of Miami to Boy) Austin, from San Diego,
Saturday, Feb. 10, FAMU plays the University bout of the past 12 months.
a basketball game. Tickets can be purchasedat Charlie North'sTravel The well-traveled and seasoned

Bureau, 1104 NW 3rd Ave., phone 379-8451. of spoiling top contenders makes

Auditorium. He comes off a Rome,
SOMETHING NEW
WEIGHTLIFTING HERE weight champion Nino Benvenuti.

nia lost to the Italian middleweight f
The first annual 1968 Sunshine Weightlifting Championshipand The near victory was a feat in ,
will be held in the
Contest
1968 Mr. Sunshine Physique tre considering the popularity
JFK Health Center on the Miami-Dade Junior College North "Neeno" who was fighting in his
Campus on Saturday, Feb. 3. An afternoon session beginningat almost cost Benveuti his return
will be followed by an evening session at 7:00: p.m.
4:00 p.m. fith, scheduled 1 to take place at
all over the Unted Statesis I
The gathering of strongmen from March 4.
sponsored by the Community Services D1visionand Physical i

Education Department at Miami-Dade Junior College North Y

and the recently formed Miami-Dade Athletic Club.

The competition is under the auspices of the Amateur Athle- STONE'S ,: ..r.. 7. -4 J
tic Union of the United States and Is sanctioned by the Florida Fran Payton, sophomore at Miami-Dade Junior

Coast Association of the AAU. South, is top junior college basketball scorer
Lifting will be limited to four weight classes during the Serving the Miami area state and third in the nation this week with a

afternoon session. Highlighting the evening session willbe of 376 points in 11 games for an average of34.1
followed by posint! 100 NW 4th <\
competition in the heavier weight classes per game. The rangy 20-year-old Jaguar forward
routines for the title of Mr. Sunshine 1968. came to Miami-Dade from Booklyn, N. Y. where het
$3.00 graduated from Erasmus Hall High School, has al

RODRIQUEZ IN NEXT WEEK'S BOXING SHOW Open every day except 12,7 rebounds per game and piled up a to-
Sundays ( 131 field/ goals and 114 free throws this season.

champion, Luis Rodriquez,the former Frank's getting a close look from several top college
welterweight Miami's cuban title boxing holder of the world who is now rated by Ring teams in the east, including UM coach Ron GodFrey.THE .




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ServicesBY Armed Forces I j

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FINANCING A CAR

The most inexpensive method of purchasing a car is to pay r 9
cash, because one does not incur the costly expense of paying
Interest. However, the majority of automobile buyers cannot
afford to pay cash. This fact does not mean that they cannot I i ."
save on the purchase though. There are tremendous savingsfor --
those who take time to shop around for the best financing w San Antonio.-Airman San Antonio. Airman
deal.There Rudolph J, Williams, son of Fred L. Dykes, Jr., son of Mr,
are four basic methods of financing an automobile- Mrs. Florese Williams of 1762 and Mrs. Freddie Dykes of
through the bank, credit union, dealer,or consumerfinancingcompany. NW 152nd St., Opa-locka, has 1881 NW 51st Ter., Miami,has
Where you decide to get a loan will greatly effect completed basic training at completed basic training at
the Interest rate on your car. There are distinguished features H, Lackland AFB, Tex.He has Lackland AFB, Tex. He has
In each method, which will be pointed out later, that determine I been assigned to the Air Forcel! been assigned to the Air Force
the actual amount you will have to pay in Interest. I Technical Training Center at Technical Training center at
Bank financing is, generally, the least expensive. Here the San Antonio. Airman San AntonioAirman Sheppard AFB, Tex.,for spec- Sheppard AFB, Tex.,for spec-
automobile buyer deals directly with the lending institution.He John P. King, son of Mr. and Rogers L, Green, Jr., son of ialized schooling as a medical ialized schooling as a refrig-
borrows cash, signs a note to the bank, and gives a chattel Mrs. Samuel A, King of 1549 Mr. and Mrs. Roger Greeneof services specialist Airman eration and air conditioning
mortgage to secure the loan. In turn, the bank makes out a NW 68th St., Miami has com- 1229 NW 42nd St., Miami, Williams isa967 tg raduate specialist. Airman Dykes is a
check to the dealer for the full amount of the car. Most bank pleted basic training at Lack- has completed basic trainingat of Booker T, Washington High 1967 graduate of Miami Jack-
loans are on a discount or add-on basis, I. e., interest is cal- land AFB, Tex He has been Lackland AFB, Tex.He has School. son High School.
culated advance on the full amount borrowed and either assigned to the Air Force been assigned to the Air Force
deducted from the cash you get or added to the sum owed. Most Technical Training Center at Technical Training Center at
purchasers can quality for bank financing, though this is not Keesler AFP, Miss, for Amarillo AFB, Tex., for ,J'
well Inown. And one can get credit approval before shopping specialized schooling as a radar specialized schooling as an
for a car.Credit operator. Airman King is administrative specialist i I
unions a 1966 graduate of Miami .""" -..
serve as lending institutions for their mem-. -e
bers, also. In Florida the maximum interest rate credit unions Northwestern High School
are allowed to charge is 1%a month on the unpaid balanceof
the loan or 12% true annual interest. Automobile loans are .4-
usually available at a lower rate. Sometimes around 9% true
annual interest. Here again, the buyer deals directly with the
lending institution and the transaction is carried out much the
same way as bank financing.
Dealer financing is a popular method of financing an auto- w a
mobile. This method is generally misunderstood, by the buyer -
a s a direct financial transaction with the dealer. This is
generally an indirect transaction,i 1. e.,the buyer does not bor- San Antonio.-Airman SAN ANTONIOAirmanCalvin
row directly from the financing source. In this transaction the Jackie L. Sharpe, son of Mrs. Ross, son of Mr and
purchaser signs a contract, which is usually assigned or sold Elizabeth F, Sharpe of 6017 Mrs.Horace Ross of 1028 N.W
by the dealer to a consumer-financing company or bank. The I NW 20th Avenue, Miami, has 63rd St., Miami has completed
dealer is paid off immediately on the"futures" of the monthly San AntonioAirman completed basic training at basic training at Lackland
payments when he sells your contract to the lending institu- Johnnie E. Walker,son of Mrs. Lackland AFB, Tex He has AFB, Tex. is-remaining
tion. Dealer finance loans are also an a discount basis this Alain B. Walker of 1060 NW been assigned to the Air Force the Air Force Technical Tra-
method of calculating Interest is different from the method 62nd St., Miami,has completed Technical Training center at ining Center for specilized
used to compute simple or true interest. For instance, a true basic training at Lackland Amarillo AFB, Tex.,for spec- schooling as a security police
interest rate of 5%, which is figured on the actual amount out- Pfc. James Jones, son of AFB, Tex. He is now assigned ialized schooling as an administrative man.FRANKLIN'S .
standing after each repayment period results in much lower Mrs. Minnie Jones who livesat as a security policeman specialist
interest charges than a 5% discount rate which is calculatedon 2155 NW 69th Terrace en-
the original amount of the loan. A 5% discount rate is gen- tered the Marine Corps, Sept.
erally the equivalent of 91/2 true interest. To illustrate, lets 5, 1967, and is home on a 20 CARPET
say you borrow $2,000.00 on a car to be paid in 36 equal in day leave. Pfc. Jones finished -
stallments. The dealer tells you that the interest rate is 5%. basic training at Camp Le-
In actuality this is a discount or add-on rate. You pay $5.00 a Jeune and later studied engineering 8650 NW 22 Ave.
year for each $100.00 borrowed.The financing charge Is $300, .
i. e, 5 times 20(hundreds)time 36months) or 3 (years). Further Jones was a well known SPECIALIZING IN
do not let a dealer convince you that the car must be financed [ track star and finished high
through his agency. You can determine how you want'to school at Archbishop Curley RUG SALES & CLEANING
finance the deal. High.
The fourth method used in financing a car is directly througha After his leave, he will be COMMERCIAL CLEANING &
consumer-financing company. Florida law requires theses; leaving for Vietnam on March
companies to state their charges as a monthly percentage on D 13th. FLOOR WAXING
an unpaid balance.The maximum interest rate these companies 1
may charge under the law is 3% per month on that part of the
unpaid balance not exceeding $300.00 and 2%per month on that , CARPETING CLEANED IN YOUR HOME OR OUR PLANT
part of the unpaid balance in excess$300.00 but not exceed-
ing 60000. The law further provides that at the expirationof FREE ESTIMATES IN YOUR HOME
the year following the last contractual date the interest on i
the balance still unpaid shall not exceed 10% per year. This Call 696-9133 635-3641
is, generally, the highest method of financing a car. or
In conclusion, when in the market for buying a car, if you
are unable to pay cash,shop around for'the best financing deal. 24 HOUR ANSWERING SERVICEftfYOUCANBUY
And remember the larger the amount you are able to advanceas
a down payment the less the balance will be. This means
that you will have to pay interest charges on less money which N 0) \
will enable you to have lower and fewer monthly payments.
Listen to WKAT, 1260 on your radio dial, every Sunday, at

11:40 p.m. for Legal panel discussions topics of interest to '. --...;::.... ..100-, o NYLON CONTINUOUS FILAMENT PILE CARPET
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Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE San Antonio-Airman CARPETS: 15 DECORATOR COLORSCSOPer

Jackson E. Finley, whose ,..
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FOR ; JReg.
Miami, has completed basic .. $6.95 per yd.
STYLES FOR ALL AGES training at Lackland AFB,
The Very Latest in Men's Fashions Tex He has been assigned to
SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS the Air Force Technical Installed Wall to Wall in Your

ITALIAN SHOES Training Center at Ft Mon- Home ... -. - ,.
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944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI, FL01I3A schooling as photographer. PRICE I NCLUDES: 0\ .. .:. '

Airman Finley, a 1964graduate I. CARPET ((/'Ij ::11\\'.:.....'. '",'
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father, George W, Finley, resides 'u n=<;::--
k :) WILLIAMS INC. at 1860 NW55thSt., Mi-
ami.TOOTHACHE.
We Rent Rug ,

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Land Clearing, Landscaping and 9ulldozing Don't tofftr agony. Get OKA.Jtl, In sea Shampooing /MachinesWe
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; Stanford, Ring, Kistak To Receive Commissioner Range Receives Awards And


Brotherhood Awardsinree $1,000 Grant

. Mrs. A tha lie Range, the "steadfast efforts for furtherIng -, and often do-shape and distort
outstanding citizens first and only Negro to be human relations." Mr. ignorance to create misunder-
who have promoted the idealsof Jay L K i s l lak has demonstrated elected'city commissioner in Abess said, "The award is for standing, distrust,and hatred

brotherhood in this community his belief in the prin- Miami, received another hon some' person or persons who where there once was apa-
have been chosen to ciples of brotherhood by serv- or last Sunday when she was would not otherwise know of thy, understanding or perhapseven
receive "Silver Medallion ing the Interests of every cited by the Anti-Defamation the brotherhood of man or the affection

Brotherhood A wa r ds,"the t= member of his community.He League of B'naiB'rithfor Im- generosity of God." In our own time we have
highest honor of the National is a Board Member of proving the climate of inter-: The luncheon was attendedby many times seen the terribletoll

Conference of Christians and L the Mlam-Dade Chamber of group relations." ., a large number of civic which prejudice can take--
Jews on February 20th. Commerce an Executive The award carries a$1,000 leaders and other citizens, not Just in hurt feelings or
Dr. Henry King Stanford, Board Member of the Boy grant for research in human which included Metro Mayor crushed spirits, but in human
President of the University of Scouts of America, a Member relations, and was presentedby Chuck Hall, University of Miami lives. The clearest and most

Miami; John R. Ring, partner of the Board of Truesteesof Leonard L. Abess, chair- President Henry King startling recent example of the
in the accounting firm of Ring, the United Fund and a recipient man of the board of the City Stanford, Rabbi Irving Le- power of unreasoned ani-

Mahoney and Arner and Jay I, of the Harold Bosworth National Bank of Miami, at a hrman of Temple Emanu-El, mosity is the war in the Mid-
Kislak, chairman of the Boardof Award for Humanitarian Ser- luncheon held at the DuPont who gave the invocation, and dle East.

Jay I. Kislak 1 Mortgage vices in the Community.The Plaza Hotel. Congressman Dante Fascell, Thirty years ago in Ger-
.
Corp. of Florida will be hon DR. HENRY KING STANFORD NCCJ Is a civic organi- Mrs. Range, in thanking the who was the guest speaker. many we saw the impressivearray
ored at the Annual Brotherhood versity of Miami has becomea zation formed in 1928 that fur- group for the honor bestowed Said Fascell, "On the sub- of modern communications -

Dinner of the Florida Region recognized center of cultural thers the ideals and practiceof upon her, said, "I hope that ject ofcommunicationand media subverted to the
of NCCJ at the Fontaine- and academic leadership in the brotherhood through 65 regional one day there would be no need prejudice, let me outline a few role of deliberately spreading
bleau Hotel in Miami Beach. southern United States and offices throughout the for the league." ideas. First it is clear that falsehoods about that

The selection was announced Latin America.Dr. country. She was cited for her prejudice thrives on ignoranceand country's Jewish minority. In
Brotherhood Week, cele- that understanding is not the absence of any wide -
by Frank J. Rooney Gen Stanford is a memberof
brated this year the week of likely to follow where know spread knowledge about the
eral
Chairman and Colonel many organizations including
Mitchell Wolfson chairman of the Florida Council of 100 February 18-25th, is the focal Carver x ledge has never been. It is Jewish community,the Ger-
the Awards Committee., the Metropolitan-Dade County; 'point of theyear- roundef- A equally clear that effective man people in effect allowed
.forts Jackie Robinson is communication is the pre- themselves to be brainwashedby
Community Relations Board
serving the National Ranches to their with
the Florida Conference on Social ; as Bro- requisite understanding.Where government
therhood Week Chairman this there is ignorance, frightful results that will always -
4s Welfare, the United Fund .
t of .year. NewsBy misrepresented ideas cn-- haunt mankind."
Dade County, the Orange
Bowl Committee and the Council Walter BoOnGethsemane
for International Visitors

of Greater Miami. He is a Director i Baptist IMPROVE
of Sunbeam Television
Church, the Rev. I. S. Clark,
Corp. and Is a recipient of the
pastor, will be host to the an-
Eleanor Roosevelt-Israel Humanitarian YOUR WORTHPREPARE
Award. nual session of the Seaboard

Association, beginning Wed-
John R, Ring, who has com-
nesday, January 7. The pub-
mitted himself to promote the lic is Invited. FOR A -
fundamental concepts of democracy -

and brotherhood,has Mr. and Mrs. Folia Boyd BETTER JOB
been active in scores of inter- celebrated their 20th wedding

religious civic groups.He anniversary, Monday, Jan,29,
JOHN R. RING is a member of the Boardof at their home, 5409 SW 25th Enroll Now in
The Brotherhood Dinner, Directors of the Miami- St. West Hollywood.Congratulations
always held during Brother Dade Chamber of Commerce, to the couple.
hood Week, will also celebratethe the American Red Cross and a ADULT BASICEDUCATION
observance of the 40th
anniversary member of the Executive
JAY I. KISLAK
John Bowe celebrated his
of the founding of the Council of the Boy Scouts of
15th at his home in
birthday
organization, officially pro- An erica Mr. Ring is the The $100-a-plate formal
claimed by President Lyndon President of the Committee of dinner on February 20th at the West Hollywood.The .

Johnson. 21 and an active member in the Fontainebleau Hotel is the

Dr. Henry King Stanford, American Institute of CPA's principal means of support for Charmettes Club of
President of the University of and the Florida Institute of the continued efforts of the Hallandale and Carver
Miami, has long been active in CPA's. He is a member of the Florida region of NCCJ. Ranches will hold its first-of- Free at No Cost to
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community affairs and has Board of Trustees of the University Reservations for the dinner the-month party Friday night,
constantly strived to afford of Miami,a member of may be made at the office of Feb. 2, at the VFW Post No.
every youngster the full opportunity the Government Research 1 the National t Conference of 8195 home at 4816 Pembroke You

for his own social Council and a Past Presidentof I Christians and Jews Inc., 906 Road. The public is invited.

and intellectual development. the Orange Bowl Committee Dupont Plaza Center, Miami, Also there will be a breakfast

Under his guidance, the Uni- or by calling 373-7658. party this Sunday, Feb. 4, at FOR INFORMATION DIAL

8 a.m. Mr. Meritt, president.The .

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Post 8195 will hold its regu-
TEMP : 1 lar meeting Sunday, Feb. 4,at 2 P.M.

0 DOUBLE ACTIONCOLORSGRAYKJUXUAOC 5:30 Members please be
.; LAUDER Pi.." \ p.m. ,
Folia
present. Boyd,comman- MIAMI TIMES PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT
v, BY TONI SMILEY 2 DRtSES K JR IN rtACF der.



The United Fund of Broward County's Board of Directorsand
Governors last Thursday, Jan. 11, elected officers and BUILDING FOR TOMORROW WITH SAFETY TODAY

Executive Committee members for 1968. Heading the slate of

officers is Robert C. Abel, Jr., Attorneyand 1967-68 United

Fund Campaign Chairman, elected president of the UFo His Checking Accounts to Senior We make loans to businessmen
Vice President will be Edmund G. Brewer, Manager, Florida Citizens are absolutely FREE. in cooperation with the Small
Power and Light Company, Pompano, for North County;JamesG. Write or phone for bank-by- Business Administration.
Spencer, Vice President Florida Power and Light Company, mail supplies.
for Central County; and F. C. "Rick" Bamman, President,
Meekins Bamman precast Corp. for South County. Dr. Ralph
Dye of Fort Lauderdale was elected Secretary for the UF andE.

R. Heimburger, treasurer. The Executive Committee con Three Year Stfo Income Certificates Our 6 Year Savings Bonds give a
sists of the elected officers, the 1968.69 Campaign Chairmanto in denominations of $2,500.00 guaranteed yield of 5.4610 annually
( be named at a later date), and the following elected mem- $5,000.00 and $7,500.00. Interest if held to maturity.
bers: George W. English m, Attorney, Chairman of the ufs check mailed every 6 months. j

Budget Committee; James Phillips, President, Communi- _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
cations workers of America Local 3104 Joseph A. Hubert
; ,
who
rls
We h We have a few openings for girls
Attorney; and Mrs.Harry. Finney. Pub lIc Relations Director,, I We. .pay 4% on Regular Pass Book Savings. I .,
Gable Roofing. wish who wish i to make a career of banking anking ,


PEOPLES FIRST NATIONAL BANK PEOPLES FIRST NATIONAL DANK PEOPLES LIBERTY NATIONAL BAN *
SHORES MIAMI BEACH OF NORTH MIAMI
OF MIAMI OF NORTH
The Beautifians Social Club will a dance to be heldon
sponsor COMPLETE TRUST FACILITIES West Dixie Highway at 162nd:: Street Northwest 7th Avenue at 135th Street
Saturday, Jan. 20, beginning at 10:00 p.m.,at the Elks Clubof Northeast 2nd Avenue at 95th Street North Miami Beech, Florida North Miami, Florida
Miami Shore, Florida Telephone 9454311 Telephone 685-2444
Fort Lauderdale. Telephone 757-5511 Established May 16. 1956 Established October :21, 1963
Established February :27, 1950

PEOPLES AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK
On F r i d a y a group of preteens enjoyed a scavenger hunt, OF NORTH MIAMI OF COMMERCE OF BAY HARBOR ISLANDS
looking for strips of paper with words on them such as; keep Northeast 125th Street at 10th Avenue Northwest 79th Street at 33rd Avenue 9500 Concourse Bay Harbor, Miami Terrace Beach)
Off
( Kane
looking, candy, art, dance and sing.All of which had to be done North Telephone Miami.751.6611 Florida Telephone Miami, Florida 6960700 Bay Harbor Islands, Florida
before receiving a prize. To climax,the preteen group and the Established March 27, 1951 Established February 4, 1960 Established Telephone October 8666266 28, 1964
Jack and Jill group combined and had a shoe pokey dance. Win-

ners of the shoe pokey were Teresa Woods, Debra Petersonand PEOPLES GROUP OF NATIONAL BANKS
Debra Miller The hunt,was held at Walker Playground. -
Total Resources in excess of $ 89,000,000.00 as compared to 174,000,000.00 a year ago. In
addition The Trust Department. of Peoples First National Bank of Miami Shores, holds assets in'

Little Levy Wallace, and eleven year old student of Sunland excess of 7000000.00.
Elementary School, captured the basketball free throw title MEMBERSrvtMfp: *I, DEPOSIT. INSURANCE CORPORATION FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM

last week by shooting eleven successful shots out of a total of Leonard Usina Agnes Barber.Blake Frank Wilier Roland Stafford Edna Bell Walsh Carl Bowdre
twenty. Eugene Walden was edged by Wallace by a close mar-
finished third with a total Executive Officers
gin of one basket Larry Striggles
of six successful baskets.







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Davis To Get Award For Boosting Young Talent .: '

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Sammy Davis Jr., will be ment of young talent with an Musical and Dramatic program. '1.:. (\ .,

I honored for his encourage award from the American i i Academy at a gala supper The award, a silver plaquein ." .,"

party on February 6, follow- the shape of a movie screen, / ,j. OJ
ing the American premiere of will be inscribed, "The t I
Textured "Doctor Faustus." The award American Musical and
pack. will be presented by Richard Dramatic Academy is proudto
Burton and Elizabeth Taylor, present this plaque to Mr.
Striped with silver.: who star in the film for Colum- Sammy Davis Jr. in admira-
bia Pictures. tion of a wonderful man, a
Looks like a truly great artist and a notable
Mr. Davis serves on the humanitarian."

Academy's board of directors, .
cigarette case. sponsors. scholarships to Mr. Davis, a close friend of ;,,. '.
promising actors and actresses the Burtons, will attend the '... ":. ':;;.... .
and has given much assis- premier and the supper party :,WJ",'"
tance to young talent throughout following in the Grand Ball- a
the country. The Academy room of the Plaza Hotel. This 9
IiI which is directed by Philip marks the third time such an I
Burton, will receive the pro- award has be en presented. \
ceeds from the benefit pre- Previous winners have been
miere of "Doctor Faustus" to Mayor JohnV.Lindsay in 1967
support its theatrical training and Jack Warner in 1966.



Zeta Sorority to Celebrate


Finer Womanhood WeekThe

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Zeta Phi Beta Sororityis helped to foster and exhibit Mary Ellen Jones and Charles Raymond Rhodeswere
making final preparationsto these ideals. married January 2, J968 in Houston, Texas.
celebrate its annual Finer The Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Bessie Jones
Womanhood Week," which will Inc. was founded on the Howard I
Smith and Mr. Samuel Jones. She is a graduate of Hamp
be the week of 18 to
February
University campus some ton Institute,. Virginia and is a teacher in Norfolk, Va..
24.The 17 years ago. Itsnational I 1 l The bridegroom attended Texas Southern ands
Miami f this
chapter o membership has grown from
by the Union Pacific
employed in Houston. The couple
has its baslleus
sorority as the five founders to more than will make
their home in Houston.
Mrs. Lenora B. Smith, and is 30,000 women throughout
planning for the celebration United States and Africa.
here to have Mrs. Mildred

Bradham, Grand Baslleus, as t 6
the guest speaker during the v u
week of the celebration.

Century lOO' Mrs. Laura Saunders is the
chairman of the Finer Woman..
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hood Week activities in this
The name comes off and the area. During that week the 65-
member local chapter will
taste comes on. Comes on good. :recognize outstanding women

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Women of Year Contest

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Five women in Greater Miami The winner and two run- only the candidate's name but
I communityaffairswill ners-up will be honored at a her address (business or
I 1 1. DINNER 3 PIECES OF CHICKEN. COLE SLAW FRIES ROLLS 97* serve as judges for tte Womanof luncheon, February 27. Each home) and the other qualifying
II the Year contest. will receive silver bowls. details.

I 2. BOX of 9 Pieces of Chicken 210 Their selection was announced Space is available on each
II Making the presentation will ballot to list reasons supporting -
1 the Miami
today by
be Joe Black, Vice Presidentof each candidate. Readers
3. BUCKET of 15 Pieces of Chicken 375 I Times contest which is with cosponsoringthe Greyhound special markets for Grey- may attach additional infor-
hound and president of the Na- mation.In .
Lines, Inc. The contest to find
tional Associaion of the Mar- making your nomination,
1 4. BARREL of 21 Pieces of Chicken 4 95 Miami's outstanding woman ket Developers.Who candidates should be con-
began last week and will con-
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2 PIECES CHICKEN, tinue until, Feb. 24.
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I 1 1 Polite, retired school teacher; women in this area are eligi-
.p Mrs. Thelma McDonald, Girl Each Miami Times reader ble for the award.
MENU ....... ,90 Asa p I Scout Executive; Mrs. Mayme may submit his nomination. The Miami Times offices
I .,,01'\ ...' . .'..' 3 \ '.,.sG Agent; Mrs. Barbara Gross, the number of times a reader nominations since the contest
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Workers OK Large farms Due Original Volume On The Negro

Protest MovementBLACK

most intimately involved Jail" by James Forman, included
$1.15Farmers An Hour MinimumFair PROTEST:History,
Documentsand Analyses the movement. Included in the in the book, has never

were remindedthat Labor Standards Act re- Smaller farms are exempt. from 1619 to the Present,edit- Volume are writings or before appeared in print.
the minimum wage for quirement affects large farms Also exempt are the following ed with an introduction and speeches of Benjamin Lay, Joanne Grant Is former
hired farm workers goes up only.Denicke workers, even when employed commentary by Joanne Grant Harvey Wish, William Lloyd news director of WBAI radio
from $1 to $1.15 an hour on said the minimum on large farms; will be published as an origi- Garrison, John Brown,W.E.B. and a newspaper reporter.She
February 1. Clem J. Denicke, wage must be paid by employers Members of the employer's anl 95-cent Fawcett Premier Du Bois, A. Philip Randolph, has traveled widely in both(the
supervisor of the Wage and who used more than 500 immediate family; paperback in February. This Rev. Martin Luther King, Tom North and South covering civil
Hour and Public Contracts Divisions man-days of farm labor in any Local, daily commuting book is part of Premiers Political Hayden, William Bradford rights activities. She was
U.S. Department of calendar quarter of the hand-harvest piece workers Perspectives series,. Huie, Roy Wilkins, Ossie trained in journalism at .Syracuse -
Labor, pointed out thatthis preceding calendar year. who worked In agriculture less under the general editorshipof Davis, Langston Hughes, Her University and did graduate
than 13 weeks in the preceding Marvin Gettleman. bert Hill,Frederick Douglass, work in political scienceat
calendar year; "The story of Negro protest Marcus Gavey and many New York University. She
does not begin in the presentit others. has taught In a Freedom Schoolin
Migrant hand-harvest piece -- existed in 19th centuary "Notes from Leflore County Jackson, Mississippi.
workers 16 of or
years age
Colonial America, in protest
who work with their
younger
meetings of Quaker and other
parents and are paid the same;
religious opposing
i rates older workers groups
piece as
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slavery. From then throughthe SPECIAL!
Employees principally engaged -
r impassioned pleas of Abolitionists
in the productionof
range
before and during the

livestock. Civil War, through the dra- Restyle Mon.
Denicke said a"man.day" matic Nat Turner rebellion o I;'ry ,

d means any day during which an (here covered by an article appearing
employee performs farm in an 1861 Atlantic Tues. Wed.
labor for at least one hour.The Monthly), and up to present- ,
employer's family and the local day Birmingham protest
marches and the formation of Y Only $3.88EXPERT
daily commuting piece Mrs. Norve
L % workers are not counted. The the Mississippi Freedom La-
: $1.15 minimum will apply until bor Union. A thick collectionof

February 1, 1969,when it goes seminal pieces, an excel- STYLING &
e to $1.30 an hour, Denicke added lent and well edited source-
r He also pointed out that book of Negro protest his- CLEANINGALL
: tr hired farm workers are not tory," said publishers'Weekly -
, subject to overtime pay re- of Black Protest. CREDIT CARDS HONORED
c quirements. Black Protest presents an
overall picture of Negro pro-
Denicke says questions test, historical perspective, 100 % Human
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q sk. about the Act's application to utilizing the actual words of
farms will be answered by those people who have been
NASSAU, BAHAMAS Members of the "Yuletide the Miami office of the U. S. Hair Wigs
Festival" troupe leaving for Freeport, Grand Bahama. Labor Department's Wage and ANNOUNCEMENT'Cosmetologlst

Participating groups were the Lucayan Chorale, the Nassau Hour and Public Contracts DI- Unit No. 7,
Civic Ballet and the Royal Bahamas Police Band. vision at 1527 Federal Office
to Fabulous
cordiallyinvites you a -
Second from right in front row is Dr. Robert Henry of Building, 51 S. W. IstAvenue, Forcast of Coiffures and Buy 1 Get 1 Free

Houston, Texas, who flew to the Bahamas to direct the Miami, 33130. Telephone is Fashions, Monday, Feb. 12, ,
concert. 305 -- 350-5767. from 900 at
p.m., Biscayne
Terrace Starlight Room, 340
Performing Arts Festival
COUNTY PTAA Biscayne Boulevard. Good
I music will be furnished for '-
panel of past presidentswill WIGS
Staged In Bahamas address the semi-annual your pleasure. For reserva-
tions, call 6914704. This

.., Nassau, Bahamas.- In the port for a J performance in the Board Dade of Managers County meeting Council of of would be a lovely way to spendan WIGLETS & fALLS
\ Bahamas-.normally considered Holiday Inn. Parent-Teacher Associationsat evenig after a busy day of

i the ,home of calypso, The Nassau Civic Ballet, Grace LutheranChurch,245 golfing North-South, during Golf Tournament the annual, 4419 NW 17 Ave. 633-9378
fire dancers bongo
goombay, under the direction of Alex Zy- Curtiss Parkway, Miami held here during that week.
culture and the
and maracas-- bine, displayed the nearest Springs, on Wednesday, Feb.
arts might well seem as dis- thing to professional ballet the 7, at 10 a.m., covering legis- U
placed as limbo dancers in Bahamas have ever seen. Mr. lative issues and PTA problems -

Lincoln Center. Zybine, who has appearedat in a question and answer
But this Christmas saw what
the Metropolitan Opera in session.
was per hap s the first full- New York and the Dallas Civic WIGS

fledged attempt to cultivate the Opera, is first vice presidentof Included a m o n g the speakers -
classical performing arts the Nassau Civic Ballet. will be Mrs. W. L. Mus-
among the coconut palms. sett former state and county
Three groups combined their The Lucayan Chorale, the PTA, presidentwholscur BELOW WHOLESALE PRICES
Royal Bahamas Police Band
artistry here to present a legislative chair-
rently
"Yuletide Festival" amongthe and the Nassau Civic Ballet
man for the Florida Congressof
poinsettias and coconut presented ranging works from of Father composers Bar- Parents andTeachers. Mrs.E. i! WIGLETS
palms in the gardens of Gov-
of
M. Willard is president
ernment House. The company tholomew Sayles, O.S.B.alo- the Dade Councilof __________
County .
earlier was airlifted to Free- calarranger Frederic Handel, George, musical PTAs and will chair the // % \ 100% human hair from

giant of another era. morning session. 1 1
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Negro administrators for u 'qA"T Er1. .TtfiH'E: Q :! ,,; .O"" .' ''Q"_
grades kindergarten throughthe '0 fYOUJr", "E'(:,IJA.C ;

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ministraton and education in i ThreIMonth.up.p1t ;'flnfy';$130. '
our segregated schools,"
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(U.M. Offers Human "...



Relations Workshop

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The Univ;.city of Miami Is Housing and Urban Renewal

offering on Saturday morningsa department; Dr. Michael J.
human relations workshop Stollee, director of the uni-
"to meet the on-the-Job needsof versity Center for Consulta-
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.j iii ,_ teachers, law enforcement tion on School Desegregation;
f officers and clergymen." Chief Harold Burney, executive
: Serving as director of the assistant to the Dade director js

1J workshop will be Dr. Herbert of Public Safety, and -

L. Seamans, former chairmanof the Rev. Albert S.Foley,S.J.,
the university's department director of the John Kennedy -
of human relations.The Human Relations Cen-

couse will deal with the ter at Spring Hill College in National Authority To

scope of human relations edu- Mobile, Ala. Show'I I
cation, the urban crisis, mo- The sponsors of the work- "Fringe Benefits I In
er bile shop are the university'sschool
man, police-community Food. You Just can't live value, she adds.Translated,
of education and its hu-
relations and
man computers, man relations department the without It. And sometimes in she says that It means you
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and of tensions the historical between backgrounds Florida Region of the National this helter-skelter world of don't get hungry as quickly
groups of Conference of Christians and ours, we of ten lose track of when you eat meat. It bas what

people. Jews; and the federal govern- both good eating habits and has come to be known in the

Each Saturday from Feb. 3 ment Higher Education Act.A even bow to prepare food.A vernacular as stick-to-the-
v thru May 25 the class, limit- limited number of scholarships well-known cookery au- ribs' quality.

ed to 35 will meet from 9a.m. will be available,said thority from the National Live While discussing meat,
until noon. A fee of $50 is, Frank Magrath, director of Stock and Meat Board, will be stressing identification,
at Miami Jackson Schoolon
charged for a non-credit the Florida Region of the High selection and methods of cook-
JWu.Il course, and students who take Feb. 1, to share her meat
NCCL. Application for finan-
during typical
ery, program,
cookery know-how with those
Mardelle Humphries, an 8th grader from Edison Jr. the course for credit will pay cial help should be made by Mrs. McSwain will also be in
High is shown" in the center prior to appearing in the the usual university fees. writing to him at P. O. Box who must or will be doing the the process of preparing five
The workshop staff Includes 8183, University of Miami, xamily cookinghomemakersand assorted meat beef
Dorsey "Talent/ Show' Delores Bradley(left) and Annie students. reciplesof
Ferguson (right), 9th graders from Dorsey, also performed Haley Sofge, director of Dade Coral Gables, 33134. Hattie McSwain has been pork, lamb, and sausage. A

with 40 presenting lively, informativefood discussion of meat carving,
others.DORSEY demonstrations for the garnishing, and serving is also
DIARYD Allapattah Junior High School Chicago-based Meat Board for Included since Mrs. McSwain
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o r e y' Charlyce ,Stephanie years,
traveled over 500 miles in it's Kearson, Patricia Beeks, Tops In AttendancePeople on meat -- the center of the a roast perfectly doesn't end
when it out of the
visit to Cape Kennedy,Friday, Beverly Thomas, and Ronald meal. you pull oven
January 26. Mr.H. Mott, sponsor Bolden. Congratulations to who have passed the With this in mind, we wantto Also overlooked in every- but rather when it goes on the
says that this is in part a them! Allapattah Junior High School day nutrition, says Mrs. Mc- table.
talent show held last have wondered the point out to parents that,although Swain who is in
good preparation for two king- The may why big a graduate Realizing that there is a decided -
sized field trips planned for Thursday was a huge success, figure '1' is displayed in thef elementary school students home economics of Tuskegee lack of meat cookery information -
Dorseyites this spring. One playing to a full house of over cade of the building. It is not Institute, are the little extras available in the
will be to Appalachia, which 450 .JohnMcCray, there to indicate that Allapattah are.j expected to be in you get from eating meat. classroom, Mrs. McSwain is

will cover Alabama,West Vir- who emceed the show, turnedin has made it to the top of the school on Jan. 26, which is a "You get more in flavor, in a firm believer in teaching
ginia, Tennessee,North Carolina a fine performance. In the attendance record in our dis- value, and in nutrition from good eating habits. Hence,
teacher's
and other states,as Dor- past he has also announcedsome trict in the most recent attendance record keeping day, eating meat," she says. handy nutritional Informationis
sey students study rock for- of the Dorsey football report With a.J>Ercent- students of the Junior high She terms these fringe woven into her programs.
mations, and see a great partof games. Over 40 students ap- age rating of 95.86, Allapattah schools are required to be In benefits and Mrs. McSwain has
America at the same time. peared in the Talent Show,and Is more than one whole school on that day. This Includes aptly designated her meat Since many of the meat demonstrations -
The other excursion will be they are all to be congratulated percentage point ahead of the the sixth grade students cookery demonstration, are conducted at
none other than a plane trip nearest school. who attend school in the Junior "Fringe Benefits In Meat." high schools or colleges, her

to the Grand Canyon in connection As for as Dorsey Basketball, high schools. Allapattah urges "Meat not only has unique equipment is limited to a meat
with Charles E.Drew Junior is concerned, with the defeatof 'Barents not to keep students at flavor and appeal," she says, thermometer and a carving
High. Allapattah and Robert E about the Dorsey victory over home to 'baby-sit' for their "But it also contains vital protein knife while she travels ..

Who said, that Dorsey stu- Lee last week by the county- Ida Fisher Junior High and Mi- younger elementary school needed for growth and tis- throughout the South. The
dents "don't get around much wide famous Dorsey "B" ami Springs Junior High, and brothers and sisters on that sue repair. Besides it's one schools supply the remaining
anymore?" Team, Dorsey stands only two then be prepared to accept the day. food loaded with'satiety' equipment and facilities.

Naomi Cobbs of 9-12, gives:. victories away from being declared good news that Dorsey is the e........................e................................
zone champions. When Zone Champion! .
her version of the field trip:
you read this column next Shoot for the sun! You may
"Two busses were loaded with i EARN !
87 students at five-thirty in week, be prepared to read miss .. but hit a star . .

the morning. Everything was i! I II

alright until we got on the ex- 40 i

pressway, when one of the bus ',- Call I % 1
doors would not close. We had

to change busses. We went on CHARLESROGERS
then.When ( .
we finally arrived at .

Cape Kennedy, we took a tour ji ..
bus and saw all sorts of sights.We ..
were guided by a tape-re- AT PL 17502 .
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corded speech on the bus. .
We sawrockets "bigand FOR A GOCP 3UY CM A .. .

small." The smallest was a PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT ..
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Minuteman r o c k e t.We even I STEREO OR ORCHESTRA I ,,. 1 .
saw a rocket that was made by IKSTRU.4ENTS1w ..
the Germans. In addition we .
saw the largest building in the n y / .
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rockets. Our guide saidit .. ff1SBO'fSionA ..
could hold four Empire State HvIQ .
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Buildings. We also saw the fQQ .. .
launch pads. After the sightswe .
boarded the buses for the m ,. llferku t :
long trip back and arrived : ,.eb 1, A:, 1,0.41 Vut .
and y, rr !i w .
back at school at 8 p.m. .v; ?' ..
All the students had a marI I '
: First you buy 1 11 I copies of the Miami :
velous time and learned
a Times for 99<. Sell them for 15< a :
great deal from this field trip. o 'vw You make
: piece. 66 f profit. with :

We would like to thank Mr.
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H. Mott, and these chaperons:
: vestment, you buy 22 more Miami :
M. Ellison, G. Renard, J. Times. Repeat this process untilyou .

Jackson, M. Bullard, Mrs. N. : : are selling 50 or more papers. When :

Combs, and T. Greer. i $ : ; you are selling 50 Miami Times, :
Color Day and Dance were I ... you will make $3.00 profit for your .
held Thursday, Feb. 1, after I.. : 1 :.. self each week. :

school. Disc Jockey Donnie r.. I .
Gee of WMBM hosted the + I iL ''f .-'-; .
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Mrs. Elizabeth{ Garrison of' .

i; II CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I It 1033 NW 56th St., died recent-

sisters ly. She is, survived Mesdames by,three Ethel Summer; Improve His

Barthope, Gertrude Dudley,
and Elsie Sparroa t ; three Lot Permanently""From
IN MEMORIALIn CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKS vices, Mesdames, Elizabeth

loving memory of our. The family of, the late Telly, Doris Booker, and the Streets" is the found a significant'minority of

dear mother, grandmother and The family( the late Willsoaya Brown Funeral title of a report ordered by the "angry, very angry" youths
sister :, services were conducted Monday President's Youth Opportunities among wide, range of lifestyles
\ JOHNNIE HORNE Jan. 29, at 400; p.m. in Council, a Cabinet level and attitudes. The report -
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the chapel. agency headed by Vicepresident added, however, that a
express our appreciation for Hubert H. Humphrey,and majority of ghetto youths
i the kindnesses shown to us In Rov. Gertrude Mlago of 3042 charged with coordinating appear "overly content or ap
., our hours of sorrow. Your NW 44th St., died recently.She summer youth programs. athetic."

1 many thoughts of kindness, is survied by her husband, Two widely held assump-

letters, cards, telegrams and Thomas, Sr.; seven sons tions are held by the report: Second, it flatly disputes the
\ condolences will never be for \ Thomas Jr., Horace, Ber- It rejects, first, as false the idea that summer programs to
gotten. Words are 1 inadequateto i nard, James Melvin Glen- view that most ghetto Negroes provide youths with employ-
'
a express our appreciation. nard Rufus; five daughters, are angry. The Interviewers ment opportunities, recrea-
Special thanks to Rev. A.D. Rebecca Carter, Lillian tion and education can prevent
Hall; members of Ebenezer \ \J Knight I Georgia Nelson, riots. "The complex causes of

c Duo Methodist Church and to Jack Marilla Hicks, and Brenda urban unrest and riots are little -
tw t"\ I RICHARDSONMrs.
son Hospital; Fashionette Mliiijo; ssv3nsistersRel.ocaGrant affected on whether or not

Beauty Salon; Grand United Cleo Jooos, Dorothy, Ralpheealita Bethel of there are summer programs,
Order of Pallbearers;the staff HAROLD B. FERGUSON, SR.. Pansy Harris, Bernice Smith, 660 NW 13th St., apt. 4, died good or bad," said the report.

of Range Funeral Home, and Albertha Eason, and Mile\ Jan. 27, at Jackson Hospital.

-- .. --... .. _.--- all neighbors and friends who wishes to express their sin, Young; 31 grandchildren.Funeral Funeral services will be held There is growing need for
.' helped to make our period of cere thanks to the many sevices were conducted Thursday, Feb. 1, at 2:00: p.m. summer youth programs In the
ARABELLA BETHELwho bereavement little friends andrelatives for Thursday, Feb. 1, 200pm. church Rev.
deep
Temple Baptist:: ghetto, it said. But It em-
departed this life Feb. 2, easier to bear.C. cards, flowers, and kindness>: in the Church of he! Living God Thompson, officiating. Sur- phasized that the primary goal

1966. during their bereavement. To I the PlllarandGr"nladofTruth. vivors include two sons, Al- should be to arouse apathetic

When the breath of life is V.Rollins,Rosa L.Welch Dr. S. A. Cousin of Greater phonsa Williams and Arthur youths into taking steps aim-

flown, sisters Bethel AME Church, Rev.T.C. Mrs. Annie RrJle of 1440NWt Bethel, Jr.; three daughters, ed at permanently improvingtheir
When the grave must claim its Elouise Rollins, niece and Kelly of St. Paul A ME,the staf1 f t 67th) St., died Friday, Jan. 26. Alice Kimber, Mary White and lot, Instead of trying to

own, family. of Afro-American Insurance,> She is survived by a nephew, Dorothy Bethel; one brother; "cool" angry youths by just
Lord of life, be ours thy crown Co., and Mrs.: Artie Richad- J, Hartman Taylor. Funeral: five sisters; 16 grandchildren. keeping them busy.
Life for evermore. IN MEMORIAMIn SOIl' and staff of the Richard- services were conducted i

sad but loving memory of SOil Mortuary for their kind I Tuesday, Jan. 30, at 3:00: p.m. of 1126
Valerie Wilborn, daughter -- --_._. George Leroy Lloyd The report said, "The un- i
George and William Bethel, -- and efficient service. in Grace Presbyterian Church NW 1st Ct., Apt. 2, died Jan. aware, the contented -- those !

sons 26, at Jackson Hospital. Fun- who would be placated with lit-
Tony, Maria, and Denise I The family Willie Hall of 1757 NW 43 eral services will be held Saturday tle or nothing, they are the I I

Bethel, grandchildren.Mary St., died recently. He is sur- Feb. 3, in the chapel.He tragedies."
Cash, and Frances IN MEMORIAM vived by tree sisters, Mea-: Is survived by a wife,

Johnson, sisters.IN >In sad but loving memory ofMRS. dames, Quanita Thomas, Marie; two daughters, Willie In its assessment of the
--_.,,- ,- Florina Harris and Dahy Hill; Mae and Jacqueline; three
of last
six b rot h e r s Jimmy Dock youth program sumo -
sons, George, Jr., Hoover and
mer the report said
:
MEMORIAMIn .., Mozel, Neal, Grynelland Harold; ten grandchildren; tw I
Charlie Hall; six children, great grandchildren.Mrs. .
loving memory oft Hillie James, Ruy and Lillian "To date, although it is

Fina 1 rites will be conductedMrs. Lillian Thompson of somewhat of an over genera-

15830 NW 18th Ct., Opa-locka lization, it often appears that

[' GerrlWilliamsofl740 died at her home,Jan. 26. Fun- summer programs are funded

MRS. MAGGIE SWINDLEwho I NW 52nd St., died in Jackson eral services, Saturday, Feb out of fear of the minority of

Mernl''r1al. She Is survived by 3, at St. Mary's WM Church, "angry" youths, are programmed -
' Rudolph Bishop a close to attract the ma-
21 Rev. H. V.Stewart, officiating.
departed this life Jan. ;
of 'contented'
:lend Mr. and Mrs. jority youthsand
1966. ; parents, Survivors Include, husband,
.,> Gone, but not forgotten.The ;/ Robert!: Moore; three sisters, John, Sr.; two sons, John,Jr., are administered in a vain
'. .' } Roberta, Juanita and Lucille; and Eric; one daughter,Vivian attempt to 'cool'the ghetto and I
thus maintain the status "
two brothers Johnnie and quo.
Williams brother
IIIM Swindle and Boze fami- ; one t
lies CALCTECULMERwho Curtis. Final rites will be In William Bethel; two sisters;
left us February 3rd, 1949 Savannah, Ga. ten grand children.
Day by day the voice saith Senator
CARD OF THANKS
,come enter thine eternal Clyde Garrett,young daugh- Emmet Westbrook of 330-D

The family of the late 'borne. Asking not if we can ter of Mr. and Mrs. Dawson NW 14th St. died Jan. 25, at Brooke On

MRS. VERDELL DEAN :!spare this dear soul it summons Garrett, 2167 NW 68th Ter., Jackson Hospital.Arrange- !
MARTIN there. died recently. Her survivors ments are incomplete.
include parents; five sisters African Tour :
wish to .sincere
express
THOMAS LEO ALBURY, SR. ap- Leaves to mourn: an1 brothers. Funeral services I
preciation and thanks to the Mrs. Zillie Oakley will be condactedsatur- On Friday, January 12,Sen- y

who departed this life,Jan. 30, many friends and neighborsfor Mrs. Ella Hobbs,daughters, day, Feb. 3, at 10:00: a.m. In ator Edward W. Brooke (R.-
1967. cards, flowers,telegrams, ',five grandchildren, eight great the chapel. Hillard L. Warner, 220 NW Mass.) left on a 26-day inspec-
May he rest in peace and phone calls, visits, donations I grands, five sisters, two bro- 15th St., died Jan. 22. Among tion and fact'-finding tour of
light perpetualshineuponhim. and other kind expressions of thers. Mrs. SImm1e Nesbitt of 5375 survivors are two daughters Subsaharan Africa in connec-

sympathy. NW 24th Pt., died recently.Sha Mesdames, Louise Harper, tion with'his duties as a mem-
Mrs. Lillian Albury, mother Special thanks to Rev. S. A. CARD OF THANKSThe is survived by her husband.Ola Juanita McGill; three sons, ber of the Senate Banking and

Miss Marjorie, Albury, Cousin and the congregation of Nesbltt; two daughters, Clarence, Trummie, Willie H. Currency Committee. l,
Mrs. Doris Silva, Mrs.Valiant Greater Bethel AME Church, family of Mes-lames Jean Rtehardso, Warner; two sisters, one bro- The J junior Senator from

Pinder, sisters. the Dunbar and Orchard Villa and Geneatta Miller; a son- ther. Funeral services, Wed- Massachusetts will travel to !

Elementary Blanche Schools. JOHN D.WATSON in-law, Steve Miller; two nesday, 2:00: p.m. Mt. Carmel 12 African countries includ- t
Flewelin
N. Henry grandchildren one sis- Baptist Church. ing such prominent black African 1
CARD OF THANKSThe Dean and family. wish to thank the many rela- ;
states Guinea x
ter, Gertrude Lightsey. Funeral as: Senegal, ,
famiy of the lateJ. CARD OF THANKS !tives, friends, and neighborsfor services will be conducted Leonard Williams, 14841 Nigeria and Tanzania. :

ALLEN DYLES JR. The family of the late i bereavement.kindness shown us duringour Saturday, Feb. 3, at 1:00 Monroe Street, Richmond; Senator Brooke decided last I
p.m. in the chapel. Heights, died Jan. 28. Among Spring to undertake this trip i
Special thanks to Rev. C. C. survivors, are wife Marie; so that he might study firsthand -
wish 11 take this method t o
1 o Cowsen and Trinity CME
ALBERTJoe five daughters Mesdames, some of the "Swlt and
thank all friends and members and Funeral I
our Range
,
Bessie M. Hollaway, Mildred I revolutionary changes" that
Lee Jackson Jr. 14140
,
neighbors, for cards,telegrams Home.
Western Lucille Dawkins are occuring In Africa while
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flowers and kindness NW 24th Ct., Opa-locka, the )
Amanda Watson, and child-
Evelyn Edwards, Mattie Dock;: our attention has been focused -
shown us during our bereave Infant son of Mr. and Mrs.Joe
xyrq ren. two sons Leonard Jr. and I on Southeast Asia. "I "
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ment. Special thanks to Range Lee Jackson, Sr., died Jan. 25.
Haywood one brother want said Senator Brooke i
Graveside services were held ; Coy; ,
Funeral Home Rev. Davis IN MEMORIAMIn
at Lincoln Memorial one sister, Alice. Remains: "to examine the resources and \,
Monday
Male Chorus Deacons Deaconess t

sad, but loving memoryof Cemetary.Mrs. will lie in repose Thursday 8 i potential of the new nations of ,'
Choir and all
No. One
my dear husband. p.m. in Perrine chapel. Ship) Africa, to discuss with African -
Sarah Hicks 1310 NW
members of First Baptist of ,
Brownsville.Edna 63 Ter., died Jan. 27. Among Friday, 10:00: a.m. to Thomas;. leaders the needs of their
ville.Ga. for final rites. countries to explore the
'1: survivors, are one son, pri-
Dyles, wife 4 George; one sister, Mrs. Re- vate and public investment op-
Wilbur Dyles, son lh becca May; one brother,Gus; Johnnie McQueen, 1866 NW' portunities and the icentives
Mary Hicks, sister JAMES JEFFERSON CAREY five nieces, Mesdames Lue E. 63rd St., died Jan. 25. Among; which they could offer and the
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Arthur Dial,Sr.,brother acknowledge with grateful ap \ Jackson, Fannie M. Washington -, his survivors, mother, Mrs. possibilities for regional co- ."
Ella Marble, aunt predation all the kind acts of Mary A. Scott, Pearlie L. Pinkie McQueen; four sisters, operation."
sympathy shown in the formof Mesdames Sadie Brooke will be
nieces and nephews. Miller, Elizabeth Brown; Narin,Annie accompaniedon
cards, letters, visits pray- nephews Willie and James Scott, Lizzie Wright, Hattie L. his trip by his assistant Administrative -
ers and floral pieces bestowed Wright two brothers
Brown, Sylvester Scott; one ; Elijah Assistant.
upon us during our hoursof brother-in-law Clem May and Roscoe; nieces and I Clarence Elam and Research
REGISTRATION BOOKS bereavement.To Mamie ; nephews. Funeral services; Assistant, Marilyn Dexhei-
one grandniece, L.
I
bear such loss is a great Bagging. Funeral services Saturday, 11:00a.m.inthe s mer. Together they will talk
ARE BEING PURGED. ,
burden, but when friends are : chapel. with leading African governmental -
Saturday, 1:00 p.m.,at St. Paul
near to comfort us, It makesour JASPER 0. STRACHANwho AME Church. Sylvester Hill 4500 NW 11th i officials In each of the #I,
ARE YOU PROPERLY burden Words Pl. died 29. is 12 i
lighter. are 2 Jan. He sur- countries, plus U. S.
departed this life Feb. James Johnson 1716 NW
Inadequate to express our vived by a dear friend, Mrs. embassy and consular of-
REGISTERED ????? thanks. 1966. 3rd Ave., died Jan. 26.Among Ethel Williams. Funeral ser- officials, business and trade
Gone, but not forgotten.The survivors Cousins and host "
Nora Carey, wife a vices, Saturday, 430pm.: union leaders and members of -:
Dwight, Carey, son and of friends. Funeral services Drake Memorial Baptist t the academic and intellectual 'j
Family Family Saturday, 3 p.m. in the chapel. Church. communities. 1

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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February, 2,. 1968 19 ...

Black Hills Passion Play- Beams OEO Urban Service Award I

Lake Wales Fla.Forthe16th story of Christ's last v
days on at 3 p.m. on good coordination for this unselfish dedica-
successive year starting earth and the Christian is you
.por March 6 and 13 1 w e n the Neighborhood tion to the
Sunday Feb. 11, the Black trayed by Josef welfare of your fellow -
who has
Hills Passion Play will be per- played the Meier The Black i Centers and other lo ,man,but they do affirm our
principal
formed in the huge Lake Wales its Introduction in America part since in Play, which has agencies in Dade County. deep appreciation for your
Amphitheatre.: 1932. ed at Spearfish Mrs. Barbieri has literally work in behalf of the poor."
years comes to 1 hundreds of persons Dr.
Ralph A. Phelps, Jr.,
The outdoor drama, whichis The schedule each winter.It specific problems rang Director of Southeast Regional
a non-profit civic project days at 6:00 includes Sun- is the old 1 e from getting food to getting OEO in Atlanta said that allot
will be presented 44 times p.m, Tuesdays production ever for them.In the honorees were nomimted
through April 14. It tells the 7:30 Thursdays and Wednesday and Saturdays at the United States presenting these Urban by CEO's Regional Office on
matinees first from A Awards Sargent the basis of their efforts to
her said, "America's help the poor in their own com-
difficult challenge is in munities. Awards went to War
city, and you have met it on Poverty Agencies work-
fastell Halls' Floridian' la working in the city to help ers, volunteers, and sup-
the quality of urban porters in over 300 American
Awards can never repay Cities
Congressional' Recordcongressman


Dante B. Fas- Mr. Fascell. Mr. Speaker his unusual Kaplan In Florida Protests
cell was so impressed with the Agency for International devotion to the
a recent story in The Miami Development has recently country."
Times about our Frank E. presented its Distinguished
pinder that he was disposedto Service Award-its highest I am proud, to DemonstrationsClearwater.
do some further checkingon honor-to Mr. Frank E.Finder Pinder serves !

pinder and commended him director of the U.S. foreignaid the Florida NAACP ledge on charges of obstruct-
on his achievements in the mission to Ghana and a and tension 1933 Service and ; Kivie Kaplan join- ing traffic, during school bus
Congressional Record of Mon- former resident of Florida. the Rev.Joel Atkins Flori- incident earlier in the month. '
day, Jan. 221968. The AID award was made pointed service at county honor.'f State NAACP President At that time, the NAACP
to Pinder "in recognition of he worked until 200 other persons in a Youth Council, led by presi-
The official speech in the his many years of unselfish ; protest march in front dent Ray Green, had stopped
House of Representatives follows service and sacrifice to the City Hall here to highlight; a bus carrying white children
/A graduate of
: people of west Africa and for College in 1933, : ; Association's charges of pass a Negro school, to high-
to that practices by light (the branch's continuing
fame in 1962 1 I the courts and city gov- fight for a more Integrated
school system.Mr. .
LBJ's Rights Message Wins Award with its the Kaplan, who is on vacation -
The demonstration occur- in nearby Safety Harbor,
In Jan. 23 immediately after immediately came to the
; arraignment branch branch's aid in pressing a
NAACP SupportNew for the award,
sador to Ghana Talmadge Rut- series of demands upon the
liams said: practices by both the city authorities.
York. The"Full resources" The text of Mr. Wilkins' ;
of the National As- telegram follows:
Few
sociation for the Advancementof higher ;
Colored People were pledged -
Your timely and moving sional regard
in the drive for enactmentof
message to the ricans of all I
pending civil rights legisla- Congress on MIAMI NORTHWESTERN PTA
pending civil rights legislation every level, in f
tion by Roy Wilkins, the As-
should serve to arouse public government. ;
sociations executive director
,
in a telegram to President support for these measures wife, Mrs. Jean parent-Teacher Talent Show
and to move Congress to enactment been usually
Lyndon B. Johnson.Mr. .
them. Your pro sadors for
posals to remedy longstanding lions of j
Wilkins' telegram,dispatched grievances merit the active residing in this ; Monday February 5 1968
on Jan. 25, followedthe support of all Americanswho world ...
President's message to the are genuinely concerned Door Prizes 1
Congress the day before. The with the future of our country.
I, along with
message called upon Congress Your message summons them Floridans, am ADMISSION:
to enact the civil rights bills to the difficult and inescapableduty Mr. Pinder and ADULTS $1.00 STUDENTS 500Why
as a "forward step in the battle to develop"a national society Agency for !;
against discrimination." in which the color of aman's talents with this
The legislation sought by Mr. skin is as irrelevant as ms a e County;
Johnson covers such important the color of his eyes." Failureto
areas as employment, move rapidly toward this
fair housing, protection of goal assures continuing and
civil rights workers exercis- heightened racial turmoil and
ing their constitutional rights possibly disaster. We pledgethe 4'e :\,<>f Have
school desegregation, and reform full resources of our organization \
of jury selection proce- to action to secure
dures in both Federal and state passage of these civil rights
courts. bills.

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GREATER ST. ST. MARY'S W. M. NEW HOPE

LUKE P. B. Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor
. Sunday, Feb. 4, is the first The Deaconess's are mak-
,', Rev. 0. Taylor, pastor Sunday, and communion will be ing ready for their Pew Rallyon

I" Eula McNeal, reporter served all day. joint choirs Friday night, Feb.2,everyone -
Order of worship for the and ushers will serve all'day. is cordially Invited.

first Sunday will be as follows: Special prayers to Sister Saturday, Feb. 3, the Mis-
Sunday School, 9:30: a.m. Catherine Carey who was in sionary Society Is sponsoringa

Morning worship, 11:00: a.m. the hospital but is nowat home. dinner sale at the church, you

Evening worship, at 6:30 p.m. Our sympathy to the family of may call 696-7745 for deliveryor

will conclude our service for Sister Lillian Thompson who you may come by the churchto

that day. passed Friday. relax, eat, fellowship and
Everyone is cordially invit- Keep this date open,Sunday, enjoy a delicious meal. Din-
ed to attend and worship withus. about this next
Feb. 18. More ners are ready at 12:00 noon.
Remember to pray for the week Usher Board No. Two Donations $1.00.

sick and shut-ins. would like to say thank you to The pastor wish to thank the

I 1m all who helped to make their Deacon's Deaconess's,

MT.. CALVARY anniversary a success,espec- choirs, ushers' and all mem-
ially Rev. Ira McCall of Radio bers who accompanied him to
Rev. S. Atchison, pastor Station WMBM. Richmond Heights Second

Phyllis Beal, reporter We are still asking all par- Baptist, Sunday to deliver the
Prayer meeting Is held ents to please send your child- anniversary sermon for the
I
undtt
rr Unix 3n OIlfurrI| Thursday night. ren out to Sunday School a little Deacon's and Deaconess's.
The Two Usher Boardis
No.
earlier. We begin at 9:30 a.m. Let us not forget our sick
sponsoring a tea on the sec- continue to and
Let us pray and shut-ins. They are: Mrs.
ond Sunda y in Feb. They are sick and shut-ins. A
visit our Mary Lowe home, Mr Dub-
CHRISTIAN VALLEY GROVE GREATER NEW BETHEL asking you cooperation. card or a phone call will helpto bUn Robertsrecoveringathome
The Unity Drive is now in
FELLOWSHIP cheer them up and let them 126 NE 12th St. Mrs.
Rev. J. Torrence, pastor Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor progress. Consult Mrs. Eddie know we are thinking of them. Daisy Bell Phillips at home.
Rev. P. S. Brown pastor King for more information.
Lucile Torrence,reporterWe Alice Irving, reporterThe Remember a friendly visit,
Mary L. Nixon, reporterOur Sunday night is the Lord's
are glad to have women are sponsoringa DRAKE MEMORIAL a card or note will cheer them
first rally which came very Pre-Women's Day tea on the Supper. Come and eat the
our pastor'swifeback in Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastor up when they need you so.
to an end Sunday was a great fourth in bread of life with us.
of illness Sunday February, The Deacons are planning a
church after a period The Deaconess and
success. The amount raisedwas from 4-6 A dynamic At 3:30 all Willing Workersare
p.m. grand time on their Deacon'sObservance
Stewartess Union held
was on
tremendous consideringthe speaker along with other asked to be present at the
Little Dennis Torrence many last Sunday afternoon with Sis Day, which will
time in which it began. The will be on hand to assure regular scheduled meeting
like to thanks to persons climax immediately after
would give ter Allen in charge.
and members worked
captains Sunday afternoon.
1 it 11
r ua ygood
Valley Grove and friends for you asp Please help the men In Communion service on Feb.
hard and long. The pastor is time. You are invited toattend. Visit the sick and shut-ins. any
helping him become King of project they put on. Dea- 4, at 7:00 p.m.
grateful for the untiring efforts Prayer services are held The pastor and members may
forth his the Greater Union Associa- wish con Green and Deacon Perkins
put by mem- Tuesday night at 8:00 thank The Miami
every :
bership. Keep the good work tion, for the year 1968. p.m. Let us pray for the sick Times for services rendered will have a sale at the church
going members and it will not The women are planning towards and shut-in. during the past year. Saturday. ST. PAUL AME
be long before your dreams of their women's day drive The Boy Scouts will meet

I a new church will be realized. which will terminate March Friday, at 6:30 p.m., at the Rev. T. C. Kelly, pastor

The Southern Singers gave 10th. church, the Cubs are now Mary Amos, reporterOur
grand performance in songs The chairman is saying to MGM meeting on Saturday, at 4:00 pastor wishes to remindus

after service toapackedaudience. the captains, "Please contactall p.m. Parents please send your attend the love feast, Fri-

It was enjoyed by all. your groups as soon as possible boys to the church. day night and plan to attend
Thank you Southern Singersfor !:? so that your work can Don't forget to visit Sister church all day Sunday. Don't

you generous contributionand start now. Captains keep this Brown at 2060 Wilmington forget our weekly class meet-

your very fine singing. In mind, your group is to wwww Street. ing Tuesday, at 8:00 p.m.
Attend your auxiliary meet- Everyone is cordially invited The officials are asking all

ings and prayer service.They; to attend and worshipwith MACEDONIA members please pay your bud-

will be held in the same places. us. GREATER get the book will be open until
Services are temporarily be- Remember to pray for NEW the second Sunday in March.

ing held in the Community the sick and shut-ins Rev. Rosce Jackson, pastor All members of the aux-

Center auditorium. Willie J. Beard, reporterOur iliary please meet Sunday, at

Don't forget to pray for the Second Annual Home- the home of Mrs. Mattie Erwin

4. sick and less fortunates. k coming was a spiritual occasion 7051 NW 21st Ave., at 4 p.m.
ZION HOPE M. B. J We wish to thank Rev. A. Remember our sick and

M. Griffin and congregation of shut-ins and say a special

ALLEN CHAPEL Rev. P. Freeman, pastorE. New Shiloh; Rev. J. Torrence prayer for their recovery.
Jackson, reporter and congregation of Valley

Rev. F. D. Wright,pastorL. There will be a program Grove; and Rev. T. C. Kelly,
F.D. BROWNSVILLE BAPTIST
Thompson, reporter Tuesday night, Feb. 6, spon- Bishop WashingtonAt Jr., and congregation of St.

Sunday, Jan. 28, marks the sored by the Home Mission So Paul A. M. E., for Inexplicablejobs Rev. J. E. Wright, pastorC.

Twelth Anniversary of ciety. We are saying to our Church of God that were performed last Culpepper, reporterThe
Stewardess Board No. Two. Mothers Board and young Wo Sunday. May God forever bless Senior Choir is havinga

Members and friends are urg- men's Auxiliary, congratulations Bishop F.D.Washington, be rendered by the A. M.Cohen and keep you Is our prayer. barbeque sale Friday andSa-
ed to come out at 4:00pm.and to you all for last Sun-' International field secretary- Temple Choir, featuring Mrs. Remember the sick, shut- turday afternoon, at the

help them celebrate this joy- days Job well done. Department of Missions of The Jerelene Joseph: and Mrs. ins and bereaved families church, 2775 NW 60th Street.
We the sick
ous occasion. A marvelous are saying Churches of God in Christ, Rosa Vann Storr. eveywhere. We the pastor, officers,and
program has been planned.The members keep the faith. We Inc., will be guest at the AM members Invite you to come
pastor is calling a are also saying to our sick and Cohen Temple Church of God Special selections will be CHRISTIAN SCIENCEA and visit with us at any time.

meeting for all. Trustee mem- bereaved families,we are still in Christ, Tuesday, Feb. 6, given by M r s. Earnestine verse from the tenth chap- We welcome you to come In
for
bers and church members at praying you. 1747 NW 3rd Ave., where the Washington, wife of Bishop ter of Luke is the golden text singing, praying and enjoyingthe

5:00 Sunday afternoon. Some Rev. Jacob Cohen is pastor. Washington, and Mr. Alfred for the lesson sermon on Lord in the highest.Let .
vital Issues will be discussedat Bishop Washington of Miller minister of music at "Love" to be read in all us remember to pray

this meeting. ST. JOHN AME Brooklyn, New York Is Washington's Temple where Christian Science Churches; for the sick and the shutInsall

Each Tuesday afternoon at spiritually noted as"The Man Bishop Washington is founder Sunday. around th e world because
4:00 p.m. Junior Church is Rev. W.A.Curry,pastor with the Universal OutReach and pastor.. Listen at they need constant prayer.
Sunday 1:45
Love Feast will be observed p.m.
Come and hear this
held at Allen Chapel Sister H. ." great
February 4
over radio sta-
Friday,at 8:00 p.m.Holy Com- man o f God for if need
White supervises this meet- After his onenight stand ; you tion WMBM
munion will be administered at "Meeting daily
salvation for soul heal-
ing and present Biblical Bishop Washington and his outreach your needs through "
both services prayer.
at
stories to the boys and girls. Sunday 11:00 team will leave for an ing for your body,or blessings The Fifth Church of
a.m. and 6:30 p.m. The pas- from God Christ, JORDAN GROVE
Bishop
Washingtonhas
Outstanding features of our Evangelical tour of the Carrib.bean. ; Scientist 1600
NW 54th
tor will deliver both sermons a powerful gift from God I St.,
first church conference
as: welcomes all.
Combined choirs will serve for Morning ser- Rev. A. J. King acting pastor
follows : Brother Stanley throughout the dayUsher Music for this service willSALTER'S you. vice at 11 a.m. Sunday School Eddie Gilbert, reporterOn
,
Richardson was made a also at 11 in
the
Board No. One will serve. a.m. Sunday
Steward Brother Albert
Ancrim was; appointed Senior Mrs. Lucile Hannah was CHAPEL ST. JAMES AME School room. this Thursday night gen-
crowned "Miss St.John," last eral conference all membersare
Steward.
Members remember the Sunday night. Rev. H. M.SalmonpastorBetty ]JRev. F. E. Sneed, pastor NEW FROVIDENCE asked to be present.
Men's Day will be observed Morant, reporter Joseph Marshall,reporter The Willing Workers will
sick and shut-ins. the second Sunday in March, Thanks to the officers Mrs. Sadie Dean and Jan Rev. C.J. Burney, pastor sell pies and coffee in the kit-

the pastor desire to see all men members, and friends for ites would like to thank you for Arsula Edwards, reporterThe chen every Sunday for
your
following the morning service. their support in the extra ef- your support for the month. 38th Annual Session of convience. ,

GAMBLE MEMORIALElder Tuesday night class meet- fort on last Sunday. We are Mrs. Martha Nicholson and the Seaboard Missionary Bap- Let us continue to pray for

J. C. Jackson, pastor ing, Wednesday and Thursday looking forward to a great day February-ites are having a tist Assoclaton. Rev. W. H. the sick. Visitors are always
Nathaniel Thomas,reporter nights choir rehearsals. Sunday. The public Is Invited. night of games and fun at her Edwards, moderator to con- welcome to worship with us.
Revival services are being The January-ites reporteda All members of the youth home of 1841 NW 51st St., on vene with the Gethsemane M.

conducted nightly by the Rev.A. very successful month. choir andthose who wish to be. Saturday, Feb. 8, at 8:00p.m.We B. Church West Hollywood.

C. Nace. Let's come out and come members are asked to are proud to announce Rev. I. s. Clark, Sr., pastor,
help win souls for Christ. meet Saturday, at400p.m. to that one of our members, Mrs. February 8-11 GRACE PRESBYTERIAN
Beginning the first Sundayin plan for youth day. Margree Young is now In business Holy Communion will be

February Gamble Memorial PEACEFUL ZION The Senior, and adult Mis- for her self.She is the new served this Sunday in our Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor

services will change to the fol- sionary workers will meet owner dGee-Gee'sDresses. evening worship.Consecration Congratulations to the Youth

lowing hours: Sunday School, No. One Usher's Board will with their new chairladies Let's all give her a lot of support hour of prayer and th Youth advisor for the

9:00 a.m. Morning worship, celebrate their Eighth Anniversary Monday, at 8 p.m. All mem- in the new business ven- Is held each Sunday, at 5:00 fine morning and evening ser-
bers, are invited to attend on ture! a.m. vices last Sunday. A special
11:00: a.m. YPWW, 6:00 p.m. Feb. 9th thru llth.
Evening worship, 7:30 p.m. On February 10 the youth will\ Sunday.Let, Love-Feast is Friday night, Prayer meeting each Tues- thanks to Mrs. Vera Thompson -
us remember the sick and we'll be looking for day night at our and
You are always welcome to sponsor a festival, on the you 7:30 We invite morning speaker
and shut-ins, also the men in Our Homecoming will be every member Cecil Mott who
attend Gamble Memorial, at grounds of church Saturday, visitors, and brought an
anytime to share your worship Feb. 10, from 11 a.m. until 6 the armed services. held Sunday, Feb. 11. It is most friends to attend. outstanding evening message.
p.m. The youth will have a sale important that we all do our Continue In prayer for our Condolences tothe bereaved

Our prayers are extended Rev. C. P. Preston, pastorL. Saturday afternoon, the pub- best to attend, this is a day to sick, shut-ins and those who family of Mrs. Annie Rolle,
those who are sick and shut- Washington, reporter. lic is invited. visitors are. always rejoice and be thankful for the are bereaved. Visitors are always who was funeralized last
in. welcome. wonderful church we have. welcome. Tuesday afternoon.



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. MT. TABOR Community Relations Board To Meet In Allapattah Tonight .

Rev. J. Hendon, acting pastor The Metropolitan Dade: conformance with CRS policy ed representatives of the area persons will be Mr. Tom But- and housing Committee. The

The Women have launched County Community Relations of inviting professional community to discuss problems of business ler, Regional Director of the CRB plans these meetings in

their Annual Women's Day Board will hold its February resource people to accompany education, crime housing Small Business Administration order that citizen and profes-

Drive under the chairmanshipof meeting on Thursday night, }: the Board into local noise, and inter-group re* Mr. Andrew Boyce, of sional may have an opportunity -
Mrs. Wilhelmina Sands, February 1, at 8:00 p.m., in communities in order tObring lations. Professional mem- SCORE, Mr. William Duncan, to work together to forge
with Mrs. Claretha Cook and the Allapattah Center for Dia- concerted attention to area bers of public and private Capt. J. C. Mattox, Patrol the keys needed to unlock solutions

Mrs. Geraldine Jenkins as co- logue, at 2175 NW 26th Street, problems. The agenda of the /amity agencies will be in Captain of Miami Police De to the problems defin-

chairmen. Spirit and enthus-. as announced today by CR3 meeting will be devoted almost attendance to respond to the partment, Mr. Donald Hanney, ed on Thursday night.

iasm Is running very high and Chairman, Harry P.Cain. The entirely to the community: of problems. and mr. Haley Sofge, Direc-
the entire membership is going meeting site was selected in Allapattah, its people and their Sookesmen for the community tor of Meiro Housing and Urban -
all out to make this drive problems. The CRI3 has invit- include Mr. MaxwellSper- Affairs Department
one of the greatest and most, ling, Mr. Donald Burroughs, Daring the month\ of Feb NORTH EAST 50'SQuiet

successful the history of our Mr. Miguel Cabrera, Dr. ruary the CRB will hold special Dignified
church The Fund Raising Track Joseph Pettier, Dr. Donald follow-up meetings In Al Apartment 4 RoomsUnfurnished
Driviig Course
Committee will sell dinners Opens Manuel, Miss Yara Machado, lapattah of Its Employment
each Saturday at the churchfor Mrs. Melt Balse,Rev Morrell Committee, pollce-Commia- No Pets & No Minors

the duration of the drive January 30ana Robinson, Mrs. Linda Houghton ity Relations Committee, 759-4174

which will terminate on the and Mr. W. H. Barnes. Community Cooperation Com-
fourth Sunday in March. Dade County, along with the Thursday evenings from Speaking in response to these mittee, Education Committee,
rest of the nation, is facing a 7 to 10 p.m., with some prac-
severe shortage of trained tice driving on Saturdays. The
TEMPLE BAPTISTThe truck drivers. total cost of the course is only
mqe l ;mall of
fourteen dollars. All major JIf atiq

officers and membersof truck lines in Dade County are
The Lindsey Hopkins Edu- -- -' -- -. ----
actively this
No. Two Choir wish to express cation center supporting pro- -
their deepappreaciationt is the only gram. For further informa- Ia< T&t nttribrd
school In Florida which offersa
o the various singing groups tion call the Lindsey Hopkins l ;
course in commercial truck JMllpkIbyJEfeE in t HtEurrlaeting
Education Center 377-4311 \
who ,
individuals
and participated
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driving. The school has placedone Ext. 392. AT"
on their anniversary hundred percent of all stu- ( : 1 / .Btrmoqz

program Sunday afternoon. dents who were enrolled in ' ((Ii' of Man
BAHA'IS OF MIAMIBaha'is )
The affair was quite a success. previous classes.

Again, thank you. of Greater Miami ',I J. I and tie) :deeper.lorida'd .
The Lord's Supper will be _
will attend a two-day confer- ; iNrfaretCollrqr
administered during the Training is given in drivingand -
ence 2 -3 covering
February
morning and evening servicesthis maneuvering in all typesof (
Proclamation and
Sunday, and the choirs will tractors and trailers. The Expansion
Consolidation of the Faith, at -
sing jointly. student first practices on run-
the Sarasota Motor Inn, Sara-
The number one choir is at Master's Fieldand
ways sota. This is one of eighteen INSCRIBED FOR ETERNITY AND IN FAITH TO THEIR PROMISE THAT
making preparations for its then progresses to street
such conferences held THE "CHURCH BUILDS FOR YOUTH"Following
home-coming program on the driving. The course includes
throughout the United States ( listed the of Churches and Pastors who date
third Sunday afternoon in Feb many important areas of are names ore up to
during February.Miss in their pledges and to the FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE
ruary. It promises to be an interesting equipment, preparation for interstate payments
EdnaTrue and Miss
Fund. )
Building
inspiring occasion commerce license,
Thelma Jackson secretaries
safety rules and reports, and MT. CARMEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Tallahassee), Rev. T. S. Loften
of the NationalBaha'l
----..-----.. -..-....-. first aid. A valid Florida respectively, CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH (Tallahassee), Rev. J. A. Clausell
driver's license is the only Spiritual Assembly and MACEDONIA BAPTIST CHURCH (Gainesville), Rev. S. M. Daniels
MT. PLEASANT M. B. requirement for prospective National TeachingCommittee, CHRISTIAN MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami), Rev. 0. Wil
will Baha'isareInthe
Rev. F. L. Smith, pastor students. speak. The PILGRIM LODGE BAPTIST CHURCH (Century), Rev. R. C. Young
The class meets on Tuesday midst of a Nine-Year Plan, MT. NEBO BAPTIST CHURCH (DeFuniak Springs) Rev J. C. Woods
The Fourth Annual Women's in which the Faith is expectedto MT. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. S. Atchison

,Day was a tremendous suc- be proclaimed throughoutthe FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH (KeyLargo), Rev.R. Colvin

cess. In behalf of our pastor, PRINCE OF PEACE world.. NEW BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. E. Williams
chairman Mrs Minnie Hill, Rev. R. Seays pastor ----' GLENDALE BAPTIST CHURCH (Richmond Heights), Rev. J. Coats

and co-chairman Mrs. F. L. Bernice Griffin,,reporter NEW BETHANY MT. PLEASANT BAPTIST CHURCH (Goulds), Rev. A. H. Lockett

Smith, officers,and members, BAPTIST ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCH (Brownsville) Rev. J. W. Stepherson ..
GREATER TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH (Dania) Rev. J. L. Hardwick.\I
we want tothank our membersand Sunday Schopl, 1030am.. Rev. F. L. Carter,pastor
visiting friends for their Morning worship, 1200.Com- We are concluding our MACEDONIA BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. J. A. F. Finlayson ,__
munion service at NEW BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH (W. Palm Beach), Rev. D.N. Ce
loyal support given us. May 6:30: p.m. spiritual revival Friday nightwe
God grant his blessing on each The pastor Is asking all will be looking to see all FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev.. J. E. Jenkins
of you. members to please come out of you. MT CARMEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Gainesville), Rev. T. A. Wright

The members and friendsare ; to our weekly prayer serviceson We are asking the coopera- ST. MARY BAPTIST CHURCH (Bradenton) Rev. R. Hammond

looking forward to our Wednesday, at 8:00: p.m.Let's tion of our parents in getting MT. SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. W. A. Rogers
NEW REDEEM BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. E.. I. Norman
church anniversary, and pas- not forget our less for the children out on Saturday
tor's appreciation week,, tunate and :service men in our afternoon for Junior Mission. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Tallahassee) Rev. C. K. Steele
JOHN THE BAPTIST CHURCH (Pensacola) Rev. L. W. Goram
to start Mirch 17. The.publicis prayer's. Our doors stand open, inviting -
EBENEZER BAPTIST CHURCH (Hallandale) Rev. 0. W. Foster
invited to come over and I all our many friends to
help us. worship each Sunday morning. ST. JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH (Ormond) Rev. J. T. TannerST.

Let us continue to pray for NEW MT. MORIAH JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH (Belle Glade) Rev. J. B. Adams
the sick and shut-Ins. --- -- DAYSPRING BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. C. A. Weaver

Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor GREATER FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH (Clewiston) Rev. L. H. King
--- --- Evelyn Souter, reporterOur SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. J, C. Sams
BETHEL AME
FIRST BAPTISTOF MT. CANAAN BAPTIST CHURCH (Pensacola) Rev. J. S. Young

BROWNSVILLE General Conference tonight Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor SIXTH AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH (Pensacola) Rev. R. L. Hill
(Thursday), at 7:30 p.m. The first quarterly confer- NEW MT. MORIAH BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. A. L. Shipp
Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor The pastor is asking all members ence was held Jan. 21-23, by SPRINGHILL BAPTIST CHURCH (Gainsville) Rev. T. D. Davis

Donella Turner, reporterThe to please be present for the Presiding Elder, Rev.F. ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCH (Liberty City) Rev. P. W. Wiggins
Layman Brotherhood 1 I the election of officers. A. Allen. A very inspiring TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. L. A. Thompson

will sell pies Saturday at the t. Our Youth Day, Is Feb.9 and sermon was delivered on Sunday .l MT. OLIVETTE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. I. C. Mickins
church. They are asking the H llth.I morning, our attendancewas SWEETFIELD BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. P, J. Curry
friends to stop by. good. Theboardsandaux- ST. LUKE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. P. W. Williams
The Sunshine Band will hold I The pastor wish to thank iliaries made very fine reports FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH (Bunche park) Rev. W. J. Macon

it's regular meeting Saturda f each one that accompanied him for their work during the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHPine Grove-Ft. Lauderdale) Rev. C. V. Ford
Feb. 10.All members are ask- Sunday to West Hollywood, to first quarter. Rev. Allen gave MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. E. T.GrahamMT.

ed to present themselves.The close out Rev. B. Mack's an- encouraging remarks for the SINAI BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. C. O. Albury

pastor is asking all niversary.Let fine job that Rev. Cousin and NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Hollywood) Rev. H. W. Wright

members to attend prayer the members are doing at GREATER NEW BETHELBAPTISTCHURCH (Miami) Rev. W. K. Smith
meeting Thursday night. Teb us continue our prayers Bethel. NEW PROVIDENCE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. C. J. Burney

2, all members are expectedto I for the sick,shut-ins, our pastor Mrs. F. J. Hicks, reporterfor NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. W. E. Sims
attend conference. Businessof 5 bereaved families and quarterly conference. SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH (Homestead) Rev. K. L. McGriff
vital Importance. those in the armed services. MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Orlando) Rev. N. G. Staggers

PHILADELPHIA BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. J. W. Johnson

ABYSCNIA BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. B. L. Wynn
ST. MARK BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. C. Wade
There are 6,000 fatherless boys in Dade NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Ft. Lauderdale) Rev. G. W. Phillips

County between the ages of 8 and 14. ZION HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. P. Freeman

Y MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Vero Beach) Rev. J. W. Taylor
ZION HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. E. R. Simpson -

least one third of these fatherless boys SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. A. B. Coleman
At
ST. MARTHA BAPTIST CHURCH (Oak Hill) Rev. E. L. Merrick "
of the and steadying -
guidance
4 are in dire need EMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. S. L. Badger
influence of a mature male. . A Big ELIZABETH BAPTIST CHURCH (Arcadia) Rev. C, S. Felder

, Brother. MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Bimini) Rev. J, R. Smith
BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH (Sarasota) Rev. A. H. Howell
) t MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH (Ft. Pierce) Rev. Cliffen

; VOLUNTEER TO BE A OAK GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH (Geneva) Rev. H. J. Clark

; ST. PAUL BAPTIST CHURCH (Badwin) Rev. H. L. Baker .
,- '' a BIG BROTHER MT. ZION PROGRESSIVE BAPTIST CHURCH (Lake Wales) Rev. J. D. Johnson
"No man' stands NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (St. Petersburg) Rev. J. L. Fennell

TALL as when he stoops NEW SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. A. M. Griffin
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH (St. Petersburg) Rev. E. D. Davis
to help a boy*

Bin Brothers Of Greater Miami The, above list covers the State or* Florida ..

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 2, 1968 23CentiirylQOk -


Grand Master's Ex Council Meets- - In I Miami_ _ n____
A high level executive council the
1 meeting was held in the state largest aggregation of this one of the most memora- given by Rev. Moses Davis, ,
officials of Masons and ble occasions held. Following grand chaplain and worshipful
conference room of the
Hampton Order
House, bringing together of Eastern Stars. the processional, in full master of King Solomon LodgeNo. .
The schedule of events made R e g a k i a, the invocation was 53,Tampa A hearty welcome -
.' and standing ovation was The name comes off

.:;:P8ft.t'r: ,.::\ f L 'f given Edward the F Honorable.Aldrich,Sovereign Illustrious and

Grand Master (33rd)of Florida -
i I and Jurisdiction, Inc., who the taste tomes on.
gave the key-note address.
One of thehighlightsofthe
Grand Master's address was;
"Of all the many groups and I
organizations that advocate
1,;
'I ,$;'.Jf peace throughout the world.
'4'j, L; Masonry tops them all."He
.r II also gave a chronological his-
tory of free and accepted an-
cient York Masons, Prince
Hall origin, national compactand
j( the contributions made by
,, .;t. every Grand Master from 1848

. :" ; until the p r e s e n t.Warrantswere
:
\, 1'Jt.' v..'. given to chapters in Ft.
f ; 't Lauderdale, Ft. Pierce,Jacksonville -
-i : ;:/f}'. Orlando, Sarasota,

___ ..i, '; f : Tampa, and West Palm Beach. .r
I J/;,' {.}" 'f.Ij The gavel of authority was
:: ;;,t, .. .j invested In Lady Ossie Mintos,
; /J, W. G. M. of Tampa, G. A. M.
j! ,.4!$.' .\..:. Lady Willie Hamilton of Frost
Proof
1 '' Fla., Brother Johnny
,jf:; '1.t +",?:,, Shields was commissionedstate

NASSAU, BAHAMAS Robert J. Brown (center), president of B & C Associates, Masteratlarge.A district deputy. Grand

High Point, N. C. is shown here with Randol F. Fawkes (left), Minister of Labour testimonial banquet was

and Commerce of the Bahamas, and Frank Stanley, Sr., editor and publisher of the given in honor of the Honor-
Louisville Defender. The occasion was the winter meeting of the National Newspaper able Illustrious Edward F.Aldrich -
Publishers Association which was held in Nassau, Bahamas. Mr. Stanley is 33rd Sovereign Grand
past president of the NNPA. Mr. Brown hosted an F. Woolworth sponsored luncheon Master of Florida and Juris-

for the publishers. diction Inc., for his long and .

meritous service (40 years). Comes on good.
He was the recipient of many
...:t-:;;:; ;;, gifts presented him from vari-
""...'
'" _' ous chapters throughout the A product of p. Lorillard Co., Est. 1760 e i,,,.
f '.. state of Florida.
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erect a new Grand East for the
state of Florida; a site to be I
I given at the next meeting of the STUDENT SPECIAL


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I COOPERATIVE CLUB'S FIRST ANNIVERSARYThe MARRIAGEMr.

Cooperative Club ended Gardner, club sweetheart, Members not seen are, Mrs, and Mrs. Ezekiel Bry-
its year of club work with a Mrs. Vivian Gardner,record- Mattie Harris, reporter, Mrs. ant (Pansy M': Goff) was mar-
New Years party at the Tuck- ing secretary, Mrs. Lolita Bertha McKeever, chaplain, ried December 27, 1967,at the
er's Restaurant in Opa-locka. Spears, chairman sick com- Mrs. Mildred Wright, finan- home of Rev. and Mrs.Emory HENDERSON TRAVEL ,AND NORTH'S TRAVELOF
mittee. cial secretary. jackson. ATLANTA OF MIAMI

Among the beautiful settingof
holiday decorations the club Standing; Mesdames Willie U ersonally Escorted
Mae Watson, Zella B. Brown,
members and their found
guests ii r it R il C lteageex t7Ro
tx 76iat i6tnt it t ids ibllX i6i>x ll ate
themselves involved in an ar- vice-president, Jannett IITH ANNUAL TEACHERS

ray of activities such as dancing Batton, sunshine treasurer,
playing games and recog- Rose Tucker, treasure, Eliza- EUROPEAN STUDY TOURIn
nizing birthdays.All beth Johnson, president,
Thelma Pinder chairman of ubl t ts cooperation with
birthday committee, Lutisha +wooo ALL STATE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION
the goodies of the festive
Russell, parliamentarian.
holiday season were enjoyedby
all. England Holland Belgium 'Luxembourg Germany
Switzerland Liechtenstein Austria Italy
Monaco France
The club had a good year,

they recently celebrated their Leave New York July 8 . Return July 29, 1968

19th Anniversary.The Fla. A&Mvs. Start YourCJlIithnaA. -
THREE WEEKS 11 COUNTRIES

members 'work very eM ONLY $799.00REGISTER
hard every year to make this NOWI
project a success so that they

maybe able to i meet their of TODAYJoin PROFESSIONAL ADVANTAGE OF TOUR
charitable obligations.The Univ.
Certificate Renewol Salary Incr.m.nt
club gave four Christmas one of these classes NOW Iniplred Classroom Instruction
baskets to needy families MiamiBASKETBALL Academic Cr.dit Available In Some Statei
among other things. One of the Enriched Historical and Cultural Background
I $ .50 a week totals. .$ 23.00 I Increaied International Understanding
member's employer, Mr.Lyt-
ton of Miami Beach, donated I 9 1.00 a week totals. .$ 50.00 RESERVATIONS ARE VERY LIMITED

$25.00 to the club. Sat. Feb. 10 9 2.00 a week totals. .$ 100.00 MAKE YOUR PLANS NOW AND

MIAMI BEACHCONVENTION I 9 5.OO a week totals .$ 250.0O AVOID DISAPPOINTMENTLATE
We the members of the Cooperative
HALL 9IO.OO a week totals .$ 500.OO
club wish to expressour RESERVATIONS CANNOT BE GUARANTEED

appreciation to Mr.Lutton 8:15: p. m.
for his generous donation. Tickets on Sale at Down Lincoln National Bank $100.00 Deposit will hold your reservation,
Mrs. Mattie Harris, reporter. town office, 228 S. E. 1st Second payment of $200.00 due April 1, 1968
St. and at North's Travel of Miami CALL OR WRITENorth's
Bureau, 1104 NW 3rd Ave. 6013 N. W. 7th Avenue

Club members seated left Reserved eats-$3-$2.50 MIAMI, FLORIDA Travel Bureau

to right, Mrs. Justine (Gardner -, Gen. Adm.-$2.00 fuilvr Federal Deposit Inturanct Corporation
PC: 379-3451 J 1104 NW 3rd AVE.
Mrs. Oretha Stanley, Children under 121.50 Mtmh'r l-'edi'rol Reten-t Syttem

Mrs. Roberta McDowell, busi- iset hcat nt oet I ot st. at wt es taamtmt alnat t t +rotaaet
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I 7 Jewish Groups Back Open Housing I lefrafc Organization To



New York. A brief pre- 'effects on minorities- especially preme Court last week.- even contemporaneous experiences Concentrate On SlumReconstruction

I senting the damaging social, Negroesofhousing Seven national Jewish organizations of American Jews
psychological and economic segregation was filed in Su- and 81 local Jew- and reflects and authentic

ish councils, all of which are Jewish Identification with the

affiliated with the National problems confronting the The world's largest builderof raise taxes In order to pay the

Community Relations Ad- American Negro. apartment communities high costs of police protectionand
-.-. visory Council, filed afriend- Nearly 1 every ancient restrictive today pledged that his organi- welfare programs.This is

of-the-court trief in a suit that covenant or other zation is now dedicated to the strictly impotent and stop-gap

tests the fair-housing section modern device directed at rebuilding of the depressedurban thinking. Higher taxes simply
of a law that is more than 100 jews as targets bigotry has of America."
SOUL TOP 40 areas raise prices, stimulate inflation -
SUPER years old -- the 1866 Civil included the Negro as an intended Samuel, Lefrak,president and the programs they finance -

Rights Act.Edwin fellow-victim. But of The Lefrak Organization, do nothing to end the
. JANUARY 26. 1968 J. Lukas, Legal whereas housing discrimination said that his firm, which has blight of slum life," said Mr.

1. Count the days Counsel of the American a g a Ins t Jews presently been involved almost solely in Lefrak.
Inez and
Charlie Fox and
Jewish Committee, embodies social insult rather investment building
2. Stop private The builder noted: "The
Howard Tate Samuel Rabinove Director of
3. Back up train Al Green than enduringly critical for the last 63 years,will concentrate average slum dweller black.
the American Jewish Committee's
-
injury, with respect to Negroes henceforthon non-slum
4. Mr. Soul Satisfaction Willes The dweller is
Timmy
Legal Division,prepared the damage has been infinitely massive slum
5. Without love Oscar meaningful, white. Thus, our crisis situa-
Toney Jr. the brief for the organizations.The .
it is beyond "
6. Explosion in your soul Soul Survivors national organizationsare worse; reconstruction projects. tion cf today not only involvesthe
7. Oh how it hurts Barbara Mason comparison! Mr. Lefrak, builder of physical deterioration of
American Je wish Com
8. Give my love a try Linda Jones : The stark truth is that, Lefrak, City in Queens our cities but the deterioration -
mittee, Jews i in Labor Com-
where housing is concerned, the world's largest privately in the relationships between
9. Born free The Hesitations -
mittee, Jewish War Veteransof
most Negroes in America today financed apartment com- black and white Ameri-
10. Got a thing for you baby Mr. Perculator
the U. S. A., National Council to residein
are compelled munity, said that "America cans."
.. of Jewish Women, Union of de facto enclaves, with no to the .. "
cannot continue
11. A Man needs a woman James Carr American Hebrew Congrega- carry U the United States is to
12. I Wish it would rain The Temptations tions, Union of Orthodox escape in prospect.The burden of the slums." survive and grow there must
13. You Marvin Gaye of inventory of the hideous The inhuman living condi- be an immediate and dramatic
Jewish Congregations
conditions and of the con- tions of the slums and their in racial attitudes "
14. Dance to the music Sly & Family Stone America, and United Synagogue change ,
15. Need a woman of my own Tommy Hunt of America. comitant anguish and despairin bleak hopelessness has given Mr. Lefrak said.

16. Be Ever wonderful Joe Hinton Should the Supreme Court the Negro ghettos is rise to a spiraling crime rate He emphasized the world

17. Johnny comes marching home Richard Barbary hold with this brief, it wouldbe seemingly endless. But what and an emphasis on violent so "attitude." "What is the at-
18. Why does a man have to lie Margie Joseph a landmark decision, for happens when a Negro attempts lutions. The answer of the municipal titude of the black m?.n today

19. My baby must be a magician The Marvellettes the Court could find that there to emerge from the managers has been to He is angry. He feels a sense of

20. In the midnight hour The Mirettes already exists a Federal 1 ghetto into a physically more hopelessness He is prone to
statute which for congenial neighborhood The follow those who preach a doc-
provides to live wherever their financial -
21. experience of a Negro journa- trine of violence."
Malayisa Miriam Makeba open occupancy. This could resources permit,and
22. Funky Way Calvin Arnold lead to the creation of an effectual list"I is remember--more illuminating: vivid- thus discouraging the migra- "What is the attitude of the

23. Love me The Chilites Federal fair housinglaw sometimes than swishmyfamily's tion of race-conscious whites, white man today? Many fear
24. Don't have to say you love me 4 Sonics not by an act of Congress, ly as the helps to bripg about the total the emergence 0 f the blacks.
experiences
25. The dock of the bay Otis Redding but by a decision of the Su- 1 onan transition of neighborhoods, Others feel a sense of guilt.
26. A Million to one Five Stairsteps Court. single Negrofamily The majority: is content to sit
preme otherwise all-white street in a thus perpetuating segregation.On
27. There is Delles The brief, supporting an interracial Southwest Atlanta house the the other hand the soon- back and ignore the entire
28. I Thank you Sam and Dave St. Louis couple in situation."
iseverywhere
sight of cherrybombs and er an open housing policy
29. Cheer up Daddy's coming home Roy Lee Johnson the case of Jones vs. Mayer, a realtor
Molotov cocktails tossed on 'attitudes'
"New
are essen-
30. Worship the ground you walk on Jackie Montre Jr. brings open housing to the Supreme -
the lawn." ,j,(Mayer) pointed out, "the better tial. The black must realize
Court for the first time.
"
because it is difficultfor
that violence is not a solution.
EXTRAS EXTRAS The court is to hear
expected one developer not to discriminate -
Perpetuation of SegregationIt It is only a sympton ola tragic
the case this spring.
31. Baby now that I Found you The Foundations The brief presents the his- is pointed out that the absence long as others against do Negroes because so of situation. The white must rea-
lize that fear and
32. New are getting scarce Joe Tex torical account ofhousingdiscrimination of a federal open occu- the need to remain competi- guilt aggra-
33. The more I do for you baby Cliff Nobles of the early and pancy law permitting Negroes tive.BLACK vate an already dangerous
34. Walk away Four Tops crisis and that passivity can

..:. 35. I got what you need Johnny C no longer be tolerated."
36. No sad song Joe Simmon Mr. Lefrak said that if"at-

37. Good to me Irma Thomas titudes change the work of

38. I Wanna be your man Bobby Moore/Rhythm totally reconstructing the

39. Gotta get my baby back Damon Fox Aces POWER I black communities can rapidly -
40. Lala means I love you The Delfonics go forward."

"Those who that atti-
PICK HIT PICK HIT say
tudes cannot change are being

Sunny Sam Baker You said it baby!i evidence ridiculously is pessimistic.at hand.Simply The

LOCAL BREAKOUTS LOCAL BREAKOUTS look at the news photos and
television coverage of the

I can't afford to lose him Ella WashingtorDo Vietnam conflict. There black
men and white men are work-
right man
Little Beaver
The Goat Freddy Scott Dade County's 200,000 Negro together smoothly selflessly -
Don't want to leave you darling Jeb Stuart to do a hard and bitter
job. Or look at the great
Baby Angel
Edie Walker
Big insurance man Population Packs $160,000,000 American leisure activity --

Soul Party Clarence Reed watching professional football
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- with. Unto. Of Fla. Coach Claims' Scholarship Keeps Negro Out .

........
Ray Graves, University of ships the athletic director The coach made the com-
Florida head coach, said Fri- coach, not the d.. ment on statements of the Rev.T. .
A ". r.h day there Is no discrimination these about."I'm of admissions, nor the A. Wright of Gainestille,

: against Negroes In the as- who nor the president," who.was quoted as saying that
{{ signment of athletic'scholar talking Graves was the reason that
athletes could not
Negro compete
4.t
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BY HARRY SPEAR .
"We had a Negro Junior college

ON ALL-AMERICA basketball transfer a
CURRY SQUAD 1
couple years ago andhaveac-
Four Dade County players have been named to coach and tively sought to recruit Ne-
athalete magazine's 100-manall-Americahlghschoolfootball groes who had the athletic
squad. Three players of Coral Gables' state championship team ability and the scholastic rec-

- quarterback Craig Curry, cornerback Ed Merlano and line ord and potential"Gravessaid.
backer Paul Johnstone, made the team. Miami high halfback .
Rocky Raley Is the fourth. Merlano set a Gables record with The problem was that Ne-
eight interceptions In 13 victories this fall.Johnstone spurreda gro athletes have not been able
defensive interior and also to the entrance examina-
was one of 5 Florida players on 7 4 pass
the all Southern team. tions he said.LIBCITY .
Curry, first team all-state as John- r /1 t ,
stone, supplied! the key plays all season, including a 43 yard !

dash for the go ahead touchdown In the state title game aeains HAWKS LEAD
Jacksonville Wolfson.

DORSEY PARK LEAGUEBy
ELGIN BAYLOR .ONE OF THE GREATEST"And
ARNOLD A. DAVIS <"
number 22, the captain of the Lakers, from Seattle
University Elgin Baylorl"The
With a week left to go in the
ovation is Instead spontaneous and It is
deafening. first half, the Hattks of Lib-
doubtful that any fan has ever heard what words follow "and mot-
erty City has only a one game
number 22 . The roar drowns out the rest of the Forum .
basketball
lead in the adult
public address announcer's introduction each basketball night.It LI ''iJ : + 'league, at Booker T. Wash-
/ a
Is the to be _r
applause expected for a great athlete&Eight ington gym. Epicure Market,
times first tea all-pro; fourth leading scorer In the history R. C. Ringers, and the Dirty

of the National Basketball Association; top Laker scorer of HOMEBOYS Dallas Cowboys split and Boy Hayes (second from left) smiles as Dozen are tied for second
all-time the man who once scored 71 points in a single
; game. he offers congratulations to three of the four Floridians named to this year's New place. Each with a 4-1 record.
But it Is more than that. It is not Just adulation of a grea t
with Albert
Pittsburgh Courier All-America football team. The four were in Pittsburgh for the The Hawks
player; but acclaim of a great man. It is a nightly tribute to a
fourth dinner held (Smoke) Stirrup as the play-
annual All-American Football earlier this month. The dinner is
after loss of
man who, the top fourth of his knee cap through
maker with the boardwork of
himself co-sponsored by the Royal Crown Cola Co. and the New Pittsburgh Courier. Shown ,
tortuous
surgery, assigned a rehabilitation program to
(left to right) are Major Hazelton Florida A&M John Eason Florida A&M Hayes Jack (Shotgun) Swilley and the
regain all-pro form at a time when many doubted he would / ; ; hot of Alvin Iron
ever even play again. also an A&M product; and Edwin Tomlin, Hampton Institute. During the off-season, Man)shooting Stevenson are why( the

Baylor started the 1966-67 season as a 32-year old man with Hayes is a member the Royal Crown Cola Company's marketing team. Hawks have been able to keepa

part of a knee missing. The critics set up a roar that he was spotless record. Stirrup and
"all through." He could never again hope to be "the" Elgl Stevenson both are averagingover
Baylor. Rattler Cagers Hit Stride, Win 7 of 8 20 points per game, while
The Lakers opened season on the road and In those three Swilley Is averaging over 15
games Baylor hit 43 of 74 shots from the floor; scored 112 Tallahassee.The Florid; better. Averaging 90.9 points 15.4 average,forwards D rims rebounds and 12 points a
points; and the whole league knew that "Baylor was back." A&M University Rattier bas- a game (not 1 including tourna- Jackson 6'3' and Clarence Allen game.In .
ketball has with
After five games he was averaging 34.4 points per game. team come up met games), the Rattlers nowa 6'3" have 14 and 12 point other games during the
The sixth started out like his best yet.After 20 minutes he was new fid, its called :i shoothave a 7.6 record after losing averages respectively.A week, the Dirty Dozen with Ed
.in the.F AMt .1mrjU.: and it
eight-for-nine, had 10 rebounds and 19 points.And then Baylor looks P'1 as if its going to last UI1. their first five games and is ward'G' Byrd and Leroy Gaiter -
went down. He was hurt. A knee injury.And the critics roared til basketball season is over. 3-1 In conference play b a 11- hawking team that with 52 points and 38 points
again that Baylor was "all through." specializes in the fast break, respectively, were able to defeat -

He missed 11 games. Was in pain when he tried to run or The Rattlers 1 won their 1 Five players are averagingin the Rattlers mix skillful ball Epicure Market, 82-12,,
jump when he did return. But, In the three games after his re. seventh game Jn their last the double figures for handling, excellent: outside and the Knights 94-79. While
turn, he shot 34-for-69, grabbed 44 rebounds and scored 92 eight outings: recently wjth a FA MTJ. David Wright, 6'2" shooting with aggressive defense Steve Mizak and Link Johnson
points. Baylor was, Indeed, back. 105-87 victory over Fort guard Is leading all scorers play which makes them with 23 points and 19 points,
He was named to and starred in the all star game. He was valley State College.It with 24.1 average. Chuck one of the moat: t exciting Rattler were high point men for their

named first team all-pro for the eighth time in his nine NBA was also the eighth time E.tes, 5'10" guard is second' teams in many a year. teams.
seasons. He scored 1,862 points in 70 games.
In the lat nine that they with a 15.5 average. Alfred
Now in his 10th season, he is among the top ten scorers in had scored game 100 points or Lawson, 6'6" center has a6CC's THE LEAGUE STANDING
the NBA, and Elgin Baylor the man won't let Elgin Baylor the YOUTH FOOTBALL TEAMS WON LOST

player be anything at his best. Baylor scored 29 points here LEAGUEOn
Sunday as the Lakers bashed the Hawks 118-103. Hawks 5. 0

Allen Second In February 23, a meetingwill Epicure Mkt. 4 1
CLDEN GLOVES IT'S ABOUT TIMEA be held for the purpose of R. C. Ringers 4 1

group of civic minded Miami businessmen announce(1 organizing a youth football Dirty Dozen 4 1
that the first Florida Golden Gloves Open tournament will be Scoring NationallyJohnny league for boys between the Raiders 2 3

presented Feb. 27-28 at Miami Beach Auditorium. ages of 8 and 15. Celtics 2 3Rattler's
Allen a 6'8" Junior game: they have 1530 pointsfor
Florida in the Na- 2 3
The winner of the finals will represent
tional tournament in Salt Lake City in March and take the first forward :it Bethune-Cookmau a 109.3 per game average. Any person, group, or organization Go-Goes 0 5
steps towards Olympic recognition.All College ranks second nationally In Field Coil percentage they that would like to Miami Beach 0 5
listed No. 6 with a .511
in the are
NCAA
young boxers between the ages of 16 and 26 who have had College enter a team may contact the
and in
four public bouts are eligible to compete in 10 weight classesin ,: division basketball statistics, percentage average following persons. Mr. TOP SCORERS
the Open division.Amateurs between 16 and 21 who have had I with an average of 32.2 points Leaders in Average Scored McCartney, at 693-1488
less than four bouts may compete in the novice division whic I per game, according to statistics Margins, they were No. 2 with Mr. Jiles at 691-2919 for more NAME TEAMS AVG.A. .
also has 10 weight classifications. records released today. 24.2 per game.Undefeated information. Please make all McDougall Rattler's 30.3E.
Entrants may obtain official blanks and all Information by The Wildcats, are among the In conference calls after 6 p.m. and before Mitchell Knight's 24.8D.
ten In three otter: cata- play the Wildcats lead the
top ,
Snell 5
writing boxing promoter Chris Dundee at Miami Beach Audi- February 22. Ringer"t
torium or by notifying Golden Gloves, Inc., at 7150 SW 52 Av} goriest In Team Offense, Be. SIAC Conference with a 5 and C. Bethel co-r
thune-Cookmin College ranks 0 won.lost record and:in over-
Miami, Fla. 33143. all record of 12 and 2.
third in the nation. In fourteen 1
All hopefuls are reminded that boxers must be registeredwith I;;'. n' .
A tr rR'i''
the AAU and that falsfylng age will result in disqualification -

Magazine as the No.One Middleweight today,returns to Miami
Beach Auditorium next Tuesday, Feb. 6. A
FAMU TO PLAY UNIV. OF MIAMI The popular, aggressive Cuban boxer will meet Charley(Bad

of Miami to Boy) Austin, from San Diego, California in the top 10rouncbout I
Saturday, Feb. 10, FAMU plays the University of the past 12 months.
a basketball game. Tickets can be purchased Charlie North'sTravel The well-traveled and seasoned Austin, noted for his knackof
Bureau, 1104 NW 3rd Ave., phone 379-8451. spoiling top contenders makes his first appearance at the

Auditorium. He comes off a Rome, Italy bout with ex-middleweight -
WEIGHTLIFTING HERE SOMETHING NEW champion Nino Benvenuti. The Bad Boy from California -

lost to the Italian middleweight by a one-point margin. r
The first annual 1968 Sunshine Weightlifting Championshipand The near victory was a feat in itself,but one that gains lus- ,
in the
held
be
will
1968 Mr. Sunshine Physique Contest tre considering the popularity of the Italian champ dubbed
JFK Health Center on the Miami-Dade Junior College North "Neeno" who was 'fighting In his home ring. The near upset
Campus on Saturday, Feb. 3. An afternoon session beginningat almost cost Benveuti his return title bout against Emille Grif
4:00 p.m.will be followed by an evening session at 7:00 p.m. fith, scheduled to take place at Madison Square Garden on
The gathering of strongmen from all over the Unted Statesis March 4. r
sponsored by the Community Services Division and Physical
Education Department at Miami-Dade Junior College North

and the recently formed Miami-Dade Athletic Club.
The competition Is under the auspices of the Amateur Athle- STONE'S INCOME TAX 4 J
tic Union of the United States and is sanctioned by the Florida Frank Payton, sophomore at Miami-Dade Junior
Coast Association of the AAU. College South, Is top junior college basketball scorerin
Lifting will be limited to four weight classes during the Serving the Miami area for over 15 years at the state and third in the nation this week with a
afternoon session. Highlighting the evening session will be total of 376 points in 11 games for an average of 34.1
competition in the heavier weight classes 101l0wedby.P9sinQroutines 700 NW 4th AVENUE\ ; points per game. The rangy 20-year-old Jaquar forward

for the title of Mr. Sunshine 1968. who came to Miami-Dade from Booklyn, N. Y. where hei
53.00 $6.00 was graduated from Erasmus Hall High School, has also /-

RODRIQUEZ IN NEXT WEEK'S BOXING SHOW Open every day except Sunday 9-1 & 4-8 averaged 72.7 rebounds per game and piled up a total
Sundays 9.1 of 131 field goals and 114 free throws this season.

champion, Luis Rodriquez,the former Frank's getting a close look from several top college
welterweight Miami's Cuban title boxing holder of the world who is now rated by Ring teams in the east, including (UM coach Ron GodFrey.Spearing / .



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I Survey- Of Families Begins For Health Center ATTENTION! $300 2 down BEDROOMS FHA, VA$7500$100.

A prelude to the opening of Brownsvill. Liberty city area, will have an appointment system The Health Center worker FOR SALE then Drive call to us.2467 NW 86th St.,
Carport
the new Economic Opportunity is to give a representativegroup that insofar as possiblewill interviewers taking part in the yard, good area. This,fenced home
family healthcenter,a joint of residents opportunity be at times convenient to survey include, Mrs. Anita Record Shop Business gent excellent condition.
project of the office of Eco to shar an account of their the family members. Johnson; Mrs. Francyl Bailee, Good I Income buy in Miami.,
nomic Opportunity andthe medical and dental problemsand Family doctor 'teams' consisting Mrs. Lois Holmes, Mrs. Mil Near School I 4.2 BEDROOM APTS.
Family medicine Division of to give suggestions of a physican, nurse, dred Malter, Mrs. Francis Sacrifice $22,000. 1 build..
the Department of pediatricsof regarding the needs they hope social worker, Communityaid Jackson, Mrs. Fannie Arnold, 4761'/2 NW 22nd Avenue ing Income, Fla 'oom.$3900 carport, down, pay..
the Medical School of the the new Health center will will seek to provide the Mrs. Gloria Lemmons, Miss Call 633.2400 or 759.9563 ment $5,000.
University of Mia m I gets underway meet. It Is one of the waysthat highest quality of medical care Jessie Merritt, Miss Isabel 4 p.m. to 12 midnight TIRELLA REALTY
this week. families in the community will on a seven day a week,24 houra Simeons, Miss Aleen Powell. 10124 NW 7th Av-754-5426
Some 250 families, chosenat have a voice in the organization day basis, The work is being directed bya
random will be Interviewedby of the center which will Family health maintenance consultant in social health
ten public health nurses and focus its attention, not just on beginning with careful phys research at the Medical
community health aides, for. the episode of sickness of the ical evaluations for adults and school, division of Family
merly Headstart workers but individual but on the continuing children, dental checkups, immunizations -Medicine, and Dr. Edgar Reedis Equal Opportunity Bargain
now on the staff of the Family health and dental needs of prenatal and neo the Medical Director. Dr.
Health Center which hopefully the whole family. natal care early diagnosis and Lynn P. Carmichael the director FH A TERMSBE
will open on NW 27th Ave. and So that a father or mother treatment is also a goal. At- of Family Medicine, is YOUR OWN LANDLORD
56th St. In April. need not lose a day's work to tention will also be given to the project director.
The purpose of the Inter- take a child or themselves to emotional and social needs of $300 DOWN $81.41 MONTHLY

views to be done in the the clinic the Health Center the family. 3 UNITS (C.B.S.) ONLY $9500
The nurses and aides work $250 DownNO
ing part-time have taken interview Chance of a LifetimeWA
training and in their
Yourfr practice interviews have found 3-1300 OWNER 373-3304
CLOSING COSTSNO
that most mothers were gladto

TO MORE PROFITS & PRESTIGE sit down and talk with them, QUALIFYING
especially after they learned
VA FHA Terms
COULD BE ADVERTISINGYOUR that the facts they gave woulc 3 BEDROOM HOME or

BUSINESS IN help care.to provide better medical Drive by: ((1)) 14265 NW 22nd PI. 2 bedroom, CBS,

!-v In most instances it is expected 1719 NW 88 STREET $200 down, $52 mo. pays all.

.ca,4'I. c'i llt., .1.Jf i will take that about the one questionaire hour and ((2)) 3420 NW 10th Ave. A 3 bedroom, 2

CALL US TODAY! 15 minutes to complete. It will Wilson Realty bath CBS house with Fla room Plus ano-
include questions about past ther house on next lot.
6530 NW 15 Ave illnesses, present complaints, All for $700 down.

691-0421 problems in getting care 691-6166
satisfactions and dissatisfac- ((3)) 2125 NW 32nd St. 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
tions in matters of which
living
Pool house; $800 down.
. ,. affect health.
'
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: '.,.;:..h. :,'al.,..i'' .,hest"hys, ..", in' \,..TOWBt "I'. ".1.>;..::",. ;,-,,1Jtr.j:.\; ,'JtjJ.!., ((4)) 1381 NW 96th St. 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
,, ..... .) "V .1 ii ARTHUR
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.I1ir1'>> : : t<: { : ? : '> \ "L :"::.h t./:
10 garage. Waterfront.
$250 DOWN LOVELY CBS, 2 BEDROOM, large TUBIH REALTOR
kitchen. Front and rear porch.Awnlngs, tile roof, ((5)) 3201 NW 10th Ct. 3 bedroom, CBS,
large tool house. $11,500 FHA total. No closing 1906 NW 7th AVE. PHONE 691-4785 Pool house. $250 down. $85 month.
costs.
COME ALIVE PHONE 691.4185 FORD REALTYJNC. Broker
3 din-
$300 DOWN CBS BEAUTY, BEDROOM,
ing room, utility room, appliances, air cond., FHA $350 down, $65.11 mo.Oversizedlot.fencedyard. 3639 NW 15th Ave. 635-4595
wall to wall carpeting. Detached garage. $13,300 2 Ige. Br. CBS carport, awnings, tile bath,
FHA total. No closing costs. stove and refrig., close to schools, shopping,
bus. Seller pays all closing costs.
I LIKE NEW CBS, 2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH hard-
wood floor, awning windows, BarBQNo quail $400 down. $79.86 mo. FHA. 2 bedroom Fla rm. King Realty Inc. of Miami :
f/lng. $1,500 down. $11,500 total. 2 br., Fla rm. on 80x110 lot. Wall to wall( carpet, ,
drapes, stove, refrig., custom built kitchen. Sell "King Size Buys"REALTORS 8000 NW 7th
143 NW 39 ST. CBS, 3 BEDROOM. Huge Kitchen. er pays all FHA closing costs. DADE COUNTY Ave.
Dining room, utility room, carport work shop. KINGDOM IS OUR '
Sprinklers. BarBQLarge lot. All 'fenced. $450 $450 down. $84.25 mo. Like new 3 br. CBS, tile
down. $14,950 FHA total.Pass byCall: us to see. roof, awnings, stove, refrig., wall to wall car- CALL
pet. Seller pays all FHA closing costs.
DUPLEX CBS BEAUTY. Completely furn. 1 bed- 6932831'jyfit'f.
room apt. each side. Fla room, awning windows, MANOR PARK AREA 3 br. 2 bath CBS. Tile
utility rooms. $2,000 down, $12,500 total. No roof, awning windows, hardwood floors, stove
qualifying. and refrig. $400 down. $82.74 mo. FHA Sell
er all closing costs. Wehave key.
pays .*. to ffittif mr
Js
eyeryM* *
INCOME 3 UNITS. 2 CBS HOUSES. Completelyfurn.
plus Duplex Lot. FRONT HOUSE. 2 bed NO QUALIFYING 2 br., CBS with Ig. Fla rm.,
$1,000 down. *>$$fo/ *$;$
room enclosed al.porchcarport.| REAR HOUSE : garage.
1 beJroom apt. and 1 efficiency apt.$16,500lotal.
Some cash needed.WE 4700 NW 5th Ave. CBS corner home. Spacious DON'T BE LATE IN '68
living room, full dining room, garage. Can be BUY NOW
HAVE MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS purchased FHA or conventional. Seller pays all
$100 DOWN FOR VeTS& DISPLACE PFRSONS closing costs. We have key. LITTLE RIVER DRIVE
Lovely 4 bedroom, 2 bath, garage, air cond., Fla
NO QUALIFYING $1500 down. Brand new 3 room, screened patio, carpeting, FHA terms.
SHELL REALTY br., 2 bath CBS. Don't miss this one.
SWIMMING POOL DELIGHT

4260 NW 7th Ave. 758-5551 1151 NW 90 STREET

Gorgeous 2 bedroom, Fla room, rugging, appliances .
CARLTON REALTYBroker and Vets $100 down.

No Qualifying Homes 1789 NW 93rd TERR
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2 bedroom doll house. Built-in stove and oven.

((1)) 6808 NW 6th Ave. 4 bedroom, 2 bath, 6934772,6353177 7 years new. Vets $100 down.

family room. $950 down. 935 NW 83 STREET
SEE THESE HOMES BEFORE YOU BUY Can you believe this? 2 bedroom, carport, stove
((2)) 2137 NW 59th St. Brand New. 3 bedroom, refrigerator, painting inside and out,- only $11,500vets
3 BEDRM, 2 BATH, Fla room, carport, spacious $100 down.
2 bath. $995 down. charming CBS. No closing costs. FHA $15,600.
$600 down $96.21
((3)) 1521 NW 43rd St. 2 bedroom, Fla room. mo. 1351 NW 51 TERRACE
2 bedroom, Flo room, carpeted, FHA, $100 downto
$495 down. 2 BEDRM, 2 BATH, Flo room rf., exe-
cutive type home, I FHA CBS, $18,600. $1200 dn. vets.

((4)) 8037 NW 18th Ave. 3 bedroom, $495 $110.33 mo. 8930 NW 9 COURT
down. Gorgeous 2 bedroom stove, refrig., carpeting,
3 BEAUTIFUL APTS. Duplex and extra buildingon FHA terms. Vets $106 down.

80x150 lot. $175 mo. income. Live rent free
in
((5)) 3420 NW 178th St. 3 bedroom Fla rm., CBS, tile rf.home.$22,000$3,000dn.$1 3120 NW 12 AVENUE
mo. Beautiful 2 bedroom Fla enclosed
$600 down. room, garage,
NO QUALIFYING front porch. Vets $100 down.Don't pass this up I

4 BEDRM I BATH, Extra Ige.rms, carporte, util. BEAUTIFUL, CORNER INCOME PROPERTY
FOR RENT rm, vlnvy firs., CBS, Ige. fenced corner, $2,000 dn. 1391 NW 45 STREET

$90 mo. 3 bedroom, well, pump and sprinkler, awnings.Has .
wk.
3274 NW 68th Jt. House. $18
one bedroom apt. for income. Also garage.
1455 NW 37th St. House. $18 wk. 3 BEDRM, I BATH, CBS, tile rf, vinyl firs., Priced right.
See 10 w/w carpet, sprinklers, fenced, $1200 down,
22nd Apt.
Ave. Apts.
14460 NW $110 mo. pays all. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE
HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWe
I 3074 NW 79 ST. wee:of Seore specialize in homes for persons being displaced .
,FORD REALTYINC. Broker in Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing
; 693-4772, CALL 635 -3177 Prolects, Veterans Call to see if you qualify.
3639 NW 15th Ave. 635-4595
You're .
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ADS No qualifying. 19511 NW 37th Brand new fine quality 3 bed- Nice front bedroom for work-

Ct. Close to schools,shoppingand room, 2 bath home. North of ing lady or couple home like

15 WORDS OR all conveniences Is this 3 expressway on open lot, at atmosphere Privileges. Bus
LESS
DEADLINE $150- 5C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. bedroom, 2 bath home. Wall 4015 NW 24th Avenue phone and Jitney route. 6344828.

FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON to wall carpets dishwasher, dis.builder, PL 1-3604, Indef.

-FOR-- SALE- . posal, fenced yard, plus many Modern efficiency. Quiet

FOR SALE FOR SALE other features. Don't pay rent 150 NW 40th STREET neighborhood. Private home

LEASE OR SELL all your life. CallAetna Real- $13,900 Total FHA terms only dee yard. No children. 1421
CBS
2 OFFICE SUITES 2367 MOVE RIGHT IN EAR EDISON HIGH SCHOOL ty (broker) 757-5724. Open 8 $450 approx. $100 a month NW 55th Street.

AIR-COND. 5 & 3 ROOMS. 2 bedroom NW 93rd STREET Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath, days every week! pays all. 2 bedroom, 1 bath

huge Fla.room exC J BS to Edison High School. huge Florida room 20 x 20, 1 bedroom frame house also4
tra
GOOD ARTERIAL CORNER large lot.See':Call owner ]lUge- Florida room, tile roof, STOP WITH THAT PAYING carporte hardwood floors, ce- bedroom frame house. Rea-

485 NW 54th STREET 693-2631. c:a r po r t, awnings, Jalousie RENT ALL OF YOUR LIFE: der closets,this all newly; dec sonable. Call 754-0977.

LESS THAN ;windows, air-conditioner, A gorgeous 2 bedroom for only orated it is beautiful and a

Doctors, Attorneys, Medical Neat CBS large RENT Florida- $72 MO. large pretty yard. FHA price $10,000 total $300 down and must see. Drive,by then callA. 2 window,cage store excellent

Clinic, Insurance, Sales Con- tile roof ,city water also room, ;'$15,500, $500 down,$96.21mo. $62.22 monthly (only $100 Ben-Kori, Realtor 612 NW location. Will rent very rea-

tractors, etc. and well, for the n,Ice,pump large and: seller ,pays all closing down to Vets). A stove and refrigerator 60th St. Callanytlme, 751-2243] sonable. Good for all businesses -

costs. and washing machine -
741 NW 62nd Street.
yard stove
,refrigerator air-
Ray L. Parker, Reg. Broker I conditioner.Bargain at $9,600, go with this one. Better/ 3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS See store, then call 8668757Feb.

Ask for Walsh 6655421 FHA $3000 737 NW 47th Terrace Jiurryl Aetna Realty (broker) 2845 NW 83th st FHA terms ( 9))

Have other properties near. pays everything. Life Realty :3 bedroom, CBS, move right 757-5724. Open_ 8 days every $14,000 only $450 down and

Broker 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL, :in, large rooms.SeeCall own week. $108 month pays all. Double lot Room. Middle age man only.

LIVE RENT FREE 9-4371 er 693-2631. spotless clean this is a steal Preferrable one work during

2 houses, beautiful inside and (Opa-locka, 624-3666)) 3 bedroom, 2 baths, panelledFla. drive by then call anytime, A. day. Reasonable rent., Call

out. Will furn. 3 bedroom front BEST LOCATION IN OUTSTANDING BEAUTY room, large corner lot, Ben-Kori, Realtor, 751-2243. 7593360.
bed has entrance
private
2 bedroom back. $4,500 down. ALLAPATTAH BEST LOCATION one ----

$115 pays all. For informationcall Lovely CBS on 13th Ave. near Beautiful corner CBS, 2 bathrooms North Shore Hospital area. NO QUALIFYING MISCELLANEOUS .-.

Mr. Ramos 448-4489.. 693-0766. Only $900 down move right in
34 Street, Florida room, garage large Fla.room, large
Central Dade Realty, 814 SW tile roof stove kitchen, front porch, air-con- $81 i mouth pays all for this WANT APT. FOR RENT

27th Ave. erator, fenced, refrig-fruit ditioner, central heat,awn LOTS $25 DOWN, $25 MONTH 2 bedroom very large CBS, 17 1 or 2 bedroom modern turn.

- tress., BwU yard at ings. This better home at 53 with terms like this, you can Avenue area a terrific deal for apartment, is wanted by two

541 NW 44th STREET buy $12,000 Street and 3 Avenue is an out- own your future home site and starter home for large family male adults. NW or NE sec
FHA
$300 down month
Greatest Bargain in town! Buy pays, all and seller, $89 all standing buy $14,000 FHA, build while you buy. 75 x 105 A. Ben-Kori, Realtor. Call tion. PL 48293.
pays
direct from bank. No qualifying. 1 ife $350 down and $87 month, sel- feet costs as low as $1450 in anytime 751-2243.
closing costs L Realty
No closing costs. Only 1 Broker 4932 7th ler pays all closing costs. Life I Lincoln City, vicinity, SW 213 CAR WASHING
NW
Ave. PL
Street to 220 St., Cutler Rd. DRIVE BY 2400 NW 62nd St. Car washing
year old, on the most gorgeous 9-4371. Realty, Broker, 4932 NW 7th I
street. 3 bedroom, baths, (Opa-locka 6243666)LESS ) Ave. PL 9-4371 (Opa-locka,, and Allapattah Drive. High 9553 NW 26th Ave. 3 Bedroom $E50: cleaning in and out.Ask

fenced. ,$99 per month. Call THAN RENT 6243666)NO Pineland. Don't pass up these 2 bath CBS lei size 75 x 143 for Little Jimmy Wilson.

235-2958 for appointment. terms, Jack Richardson, this is a wonderful buy spot-

3 BEDROOM QUALIFYINGNO Realty, Inc., 14537 NW 7th lessly clean and all newly dec- BARBER WANTED. John's
Modern 3 bedroom hear
Modern CBS duplex 2 bedroom CBS RED TAPE Ave. 688-6638. orated, beautiful marble like Barber Shop, 5952 NW 17th
schools buses
Jalousie
shopping. ,
1 bath, carport, 1 bedroom, 1 windows Modern 4 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, fireplace full dinning room Ave. 691-9740.
extra lot. appliances, Fla. Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS, FHA huge Florida room a must see
bath on large corner at lovely area, large room,,
large lovely yard. Bagain
Tile roof. Bar-b-que pit.FHA large modern kitchen, jalousi e approved carport, many extras on your list. Total only $16- Elderly lady with experienceto
$10,500 FHA $350 down and
$500 down, $96 month, Atlanti<: month, windows, modern appliances,\ total$11,000$100 for 500 FHA terms $600 down and keep kids in my home With
$75 all. Seller
& pacific Realtors. 666-0411 pays Near school, shopping, bus. A vets. Seller pays closing $118 a month pays all wall to free room and board plus $15
pays all closing costs. Life j costs. Drive by 2366 NW 85th Call Jeanette Donald at
better home at$13,800,$2OOC wall carpet you can't beat it. Mrs. ,

Lovely 3 bedroom 1 bath CBS Realty, Broker, 4932 NW 7th down, $97 month pays all. Tal ke3t. Then call Fenster Realty A. Ben-Kori, R3altor, call 696-5239. Saturday's only.
Ave. PL 9-4371 Opa-locka
'Title roof,Hard wood floor,.*i 624-3666). ( over 5 1/4% FHA ME anc I (Broker), 759-8779. anytime 751-2243. _

fenced corner lot,awning,air- move in. Life Realty, Brokez TR-SONIC Fish Calls. (Have

conditioner, wall to wall car- 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371]1 l i NO QUALIFYING 3 BEDROOM 50)). Calls fish to line by sight,
ACROSS FROM SCHOOL
pet, near Central High. FHA 84th STREET (Opa-locka 624-3666) Beautiful large, 2 bedroom, Beautiful NW Little River sound and smell.TransItoriz-

$400 down $80 month Vet- CBS, large lot, nice area, Drive area this 3 bedroom I ed. New Retails $12.95, sell

erans or displaced persons Lovely CBS, at 8418 NW 24th 2026 o NW 87th STREET over size rooms, carporte, home for only $16,000 FHA. $5.00 each., '300 E. 53rd St.,.
roof
Tile
Ave. carport awn-
$100 down. Atlantic & Pacific fenced in yard, hardwood terms only $600 down call fo:r Hialeah 9 a.m. to noon only.
$65 Month $300 down C B S ,
ing windows air-conditioner ,
floors Drive
good terms. by appointment for this tosee.A,. p
Realtors.,666-0411. stove, ref rig era tor. FHA 2 bedroom, Fla. room $9001 0 9210
NW 15th Ave. Then cal]l l Ben-Kori, Realtor call any- "
price $137000 $300 down and total. See. Call 693-2631. REMODELINGRoom
Fenster
Realty, (Broker), time 751-2243. 'additions
Handyman or speculator'sspecial remodeling
$81,46 month. Seller pays all 759-8779..
2 bedroom, 1 bath Con B( -- alterations commercial
closing costs. Life Realty, $600 DOWN
rear of duplex corner lot Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL NO QUALIFYINGCBS FOR RENT industrial residential. Free
75-110. Lots room to build another Complete food market in heavj estimates. Allied Builders
9-4371. Opa-locka 624-3666) 3 bedrooms large en-
( ,
house. Seller very populated area of Coconul 2 bedroom daplex. Free water, 4463288.
full din-
front
tl
closed
anxious. Inspect 2293 NW 101 porch, G r 0 v e. Near Carver School light, gass.. $28.50 week. $25

St. Make offer. Atlantic & pa- BEAUTIFUL AREA-NEAR ning room, separate garage. average $3500 week.Sell rea- deposit. 2296 NW 8'3th Street. HELP WANTED
location Shadow-
EVERYTHING Best near
sonable. Good terms. 117
cific Realtors 666-0411. Modern 4 bedroom, 2 bath, lawn Elementary School at 82 Grand Ave. HI 8-0380. Furnished room with facilities HOUSE KEEPER toUve inFt.

CBS, front porch, carport, jalousie NW 47th Terrace. Price$12- Feb. for cooking for settled couple. Lauderdale) work not hard,no
DUPLEX windows, wall to wall 500. Life Realty, Broker 4932 ( 9) children. Call 754-5401, for
Call 371-5779.
2 bedroom, 2 baths each side. fenced Near 7th PL 9-4371Opa- interview.
carpeting, yard. NW Ave. 98th STREET 23rd AVENUI:

$13,500 schools, shopping, bus. FHA locka 624-3666) 3 bedroom 1 bath workshopo En I
2700 NW 24th AVENUE 3 bedroom 1 bath, CBS in Female
,
$400 down low for doctor's
price $13,000, large lot. Low, downpay.
FORT LAUDERDALEONLY 3 bedroom. in. 1! fXl- loeka, carpet, clean In
move right
$80.82 month and seller pays ment $70 month pays all phi office. Assistant and receptionist -
1 YEAR OLD Life 4220 NW 11th Place. Lovely and out. A bargain of $9,700 I 54th Street Calls
all closing costs. Realty, Perry, Realty, Realtors, 377 area.
LEE- TAYLOR, CO. Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL home in best area. Fla.room, FHA only$250 down.$100 : 691-1372, 2 to 3 p.m. Indef.
Drive by 16520 NW 21st Ave,
583-8229 922-0349
See Call
large porch. : owner.
9-4371 (Opa-locka 624-3666)) 0587. Feb 2.
6932631. then call Feaster realty,broker HEAD TELLERManufacturer's

Grocery and sandwich store. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING 3 bedroom 759-8779. National Bank
CBS tile
carport, I
Good volume business excel- 3 section mirror case for bar-
COSTS roof, near transportation ant I OF HIALEAH

lent parking. Mac's General Lovely 3 bedroom CBS, tile ber shop. John's Barbershop, schools, FHA terms,only$30(0 I i Clean efficiency for steadil r 33 FLAMINGO PLAZA

Store, 3023 NW 62nd St. Ox 1- roof jalousie windows, ter- 5952 NW 17th Ave. 691-9740 down. $100 vets. No closing, employed single man $11. Nc I

9782. razzo floors large modern -- costs. Drive by 3231 NW 17]1 linens or utility. Furn. 121 NW r OPERATORS WANTED

kitchen, lots of cabinets, large 2 bedrooms, Fla. room, den Street, then call Fenster Real 39th St. 758-4873. Magnolia Beauty Salon. Phone
DUPLEXES .
with lavoratory use the 3rd
FHA landscaped lot. Near everything ty, Broker, 759-8779. 685-3921. Feb 16W
1 bedroom, 1 bath each side. FHA $12,500,$400 down bedroom, awnings spinkler, Beautiful m $12. 350 N

$400 down. 20th Ct. by the ex- complete air conditioned and, 6th St. 3712019.
and $77.61 month. Life Realty, Open Sunday 3-6 pm,1220 NW Beautician is needed
heat dish washer and wash
pressway. Also NW 47th St. Broker. 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 88th St. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS,, --- Florida and city license.Kiraberly's
and 17 Ave. Almost new build ing machine. Majy extras. CHILD CARE -
9-4371Opa-locks 624-3666)) FHA or conventional,carport, Beauty Salon 4310 NW
ing. Call 444-7851 to see. T. FHA $450 865 NW 83rd Ter.
built-in range and over, car 7th Ave. call 758-9133 after
or
Sal Brokers 388 Mi- -- Mothers Mothers I f are
Inc. you
,
If you can find a nicer 2 bed- port. In best area. Our sales- 5p.m.
norca Ave., Coral Gables. 'Spacious Pool Home In fineI looking for a clean neat home
room home than the one at 216 I, men will be on premises.,
area. 3 bedrooms, garage,tile experienced babysitter good t-I
NW 83rd St. Then buy 1U! Thisis Fenster Realty, Broker, 759-
3 bedroom, CBS with efficient roof, hardwood floors. Countyta food callus pickup and delivery -
for people who have waited 8779.
apartment. 3510 NW 11th Ave. nice xes only.Conventionalfinancing 1 633-2002 or 633-2732 FOR $2.95
for something special.
preferred. For appt.,
Owner. Saturday and Sunday --
I'll send researchon
$12,500 monthly only $91.74 you
only. Downpayment $400. (to Vets call 6931517.INCOME 3 BEDROOM 2 BATHS Child day care in my home. helping you enjoy

$100)). No closing costs!Aetna -- Open Sunday 1250 NW 90th St. Your child will be given the marital happiness.co .
8720 NW 14th Ave. A winner! broker 757- PROPERTY Total price $20,000 with $900 I best of care. 759-8335.Indef.
Realty ( ) phone: C. Y.
$10,500 terms. 551 NW 41stStreet. : down :and U8 month all
((2 Bedrooms carport, CBSE I $ pays ,
,
8 wee]k
5724. Op e p days every P. 0. Box 56
to Vet Call 821-2962. beautiful cornor fenced yard I Childcare
corner lot. $100 down ( ) for working mothers Edison Center Station

$80.82 monthly. Phone Aetna Would you believe 8447 NW double car garage newly paint in my home. For infor- Miami Fla. 33150
920 NW 87th St. is for the ,
Realty (broker) 757-5724. 25 Ave. This 2 bedroom beautycan man ed, Open from 2 to 6 come and t mation. Call 696-9687.

Open 8 days every week! be had with only$500 down who wants everything.,This is see this beautiful: home. A.

and no qualifying! Monthly a 3 bedroom 2 bath mansion- Ben-Kori, Realtor call any- --
ette. Central air and
LOCATION PLUS .See this payments to suit you. What can heat. time, 751-2243. Bill & Pete
2 bedroom beauty at 8901 NW you afford. Aetna Realty Many extras. Call Aetna Real --

10th Avenue. Tile roof, car (broker) has the key. Phone ty (broker)for an appointment. 3 BEDROOM BARGAIN Welcome You toKIKI'S
757-5724. 8
port, corner lot. Aetna Realty 757-5724. Open 8 days every Open days every Open Sunday 2 to 6. 8930 NW: BARIce

(broker) phone: 7575724. week. week. 11th Court. Total $16,200only

Open 8 days every week! This it $800 down and $117 pays'all, Cold Beer Pabst Blatz & Draft
:
COOL IT1! This one on the lake:i and I do mean 1tI! three bedrooms din ...
won't last. Get in the swim! Look no further. 9135 Little garage The Best Bowling in Town is Herein
and ning room lovely kitchen this
GET THIS! Close in only ,
$87.17 monthly FHA. Total Terms to suit you. 2 bedrooms River Drive. 3 bedrooms, 1 is a darling home clean and OWNED & MANAGED BY:
baths built-in Kitchen
large,
price for this 2 bedroom home Fla. room, carport, ) / beautiful location,come and BILL PARKS & JAMES GUNN
lots of extras. Don't miss this. Fla.room, An executive specia
is only 12700. You may see see for yourself. A. BenKorJR'altor i

this at 431 NW 44th St. Call. 1135 NW 83rd St.Aetna Realty from Aetna Realty (broker 612 NW 60th S:., call] 5910 NW 7 Ave.CLASSIFIED .

757-5724. Aetna Realty(Broker (broker) has the key. Call 757. 7575724. Open 8 days anytime 751-22,&:).
8 oays every weew every week.
5724. Open
week!
) open 8 days every
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