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Vol. 45 No. 24 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1968 28 PAGES 15* __ '>>)0
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Crippled EOPI Program' .




;: Life Will Be Short .

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By JOHN A. DIAZ Mr. Weatherley said. the Office of Economic Oppor-

Governor Kirk's approvalof Despite all these threaten- tunity in Washington, late in
the Dade's waronpovertybudget ing possibilities, if the regional February after OEO receivesIts
r t i4YJN 4F this week means only director of the programin 1967-68 budget allocation,
that the program will last until Atlanta, Dr. Ralph Phelps, the local program will be con,1
: n_ summer; for the cut by the can materialize his guesses tinued longer than It now
federal government by more and get additional money fromU. seems possible.
+ e"
than $1.8 million this year has
5- t n Ybt crippled the program.

S i } S Kirk's approval of the $5.3 FSES BRINGS THE
1r'
million budget means that the
local agency will have to discontinue -

many facets of EOPI, JOBS TO YOUThe '
and put some of the others on
4d a part time basis.Richard .
Weather ley has Jobmobile, an on-site schedule of advance dates and
stated that the program will State Employment Service, is locations, in addition to the
be killed within a matter of a scheduled to begin onMonday, above, is as follows:
few months, if the appropriation February 12, Harry L Tyson, Feb. 13, 7:30 a.m. to 11:30
remains at the same fund- Metropolitan Area Super a.m. NW 62nd Street between
"""" -_. lA'll'iII.: ........ ._CAO_'" _._"""' _. ---_._-- 'ing level. visor, Florida State Employ- 10th and llth Avenue. 12:30
ment Service announced this p.m. to 4:30 p.m. NW 46th St.
The director of the local ,
I Patsy Evans 122 Years Young program, also said that the week. Through the combined and 17th Avenue.
cuts that his agency will haveto efforts oftheFloridaStateEmployment Feb. 14. 7:30 a.m. to 11:30
Mrs. Patsy Evans, oldest Mrs. Spero Cokine, Mrs. Patsy has been a memberof sustain will be so severe Service, Metro- a.m. NW 5th Court south side
member of the James E.Scott Thelma Hilliard and Mrs. JESCA for over 40 years. that he will have to reduce; the politan Dade County and the of 20th Street. 12:30 p.m. to
Community Association's Irnu Henderson sang happy She started as a member of the existing program drastically.He Equal Employment Opportunity 4:30 p.m. NW 1st Ct. between
Golden Age Club a United Fund birthday as she ate the cake. Mothers Club and has, always Task Force, a program to 17th and 18th Street.
The club members provided been proud of her membershipin said that the Dade agency assist persons in finding em- Feb. 15. 7:30 a.m. to 11:30
agency, celebrated her 122nd Patsy with paper plates and J ESC A. Over 40 years of will have to lay-off nearly 500 ployment will get underway on am. NW 3rd Avenue between
birthday with a birthday cake napkins for her annual party, service from a United Fund of the 881 employes if no ad- February 12 at the following 17th and 18th St., St. Agnes
and all the trimmings February 4th. agency is somewhat a record.Knight's ditional funds are not avail- location: Church. 12:30 p.m. to 4:30
able. But observers say that 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. NW p.m. NW 14th Street between2nd
this possibility Is very remote 17th Avenue and 71st Street. Court 'and 3rd Avenue,

as some Washington '12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. NW ,Feb. 15. 7:30 a.m. to 11:30
: Plan to Break politicians are'not inclined to 62nd Street between 8th and a.m. NW 41st Street and 7th
help President Johnson on"an 9th Avenue Ave., Bonded Rental Agency. I

election year. On the bus, furnished by the 12:30: p.m. to 4:30 p.m. NW
Said Weatherley, "Our County, will be Florida State 14th Aye. and 64th St., Liberty
Cycle Of Poverty' Hailed biggest problem Is ,that if we Employment Service, County, City Community Center.
don't receive more money we and Public Safety Department Future schedules will be issued -
won't be in business July 1 personnel ready to recruit and well in advance of their
Metro Welfare Director welfare program has failed to when our fiscal year begins." place applicants on Jobs. The starting dates.
Dewey Knight has brought a held the hard-core families Continued Weather ley,-Existing -
new program to break the who find their way right back programs will have to
"cycle of poverty." County ndaq to our doors." be cut by from 32 to 80 per Mixed Asks
Manager Porter Homer cal- Knight said what is really cent within the remaining four Couple
led it "imaginative,importantand needed are rehabilitative ser- months of the s fiscal year in
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a county pioneer effort." vices provided early enoughto order for the agency to remain State to for

One-fifth of the persons on << ,rI break through the cycle and within the budget approved. Pay
get a family on its
Dude's welfare roll is said to n fir own. Because this year's $5.3

be chronic recipients whose The primary functions suggested million budget is a 25 per cent Blocking MarriageThe
life has deteriorated into liv- are: reduction from last year's
ing off the public. Extend intensive casework $7.1 million prgram, the cuts
services S. District Court Judge Attorney James Matthews,
to Individuals and are expected to close Dade's
This the
doesn't do person Charles Fulton ruled Mon- who represented James Van
B.
families nine
his on the "verge of dis neighborhood center's of-
or family any good and day that a mixed Hook 35 a Negro and Liane
drains solution" as they are dis fices, which are regarded as race couple ,
simply taxpayers covered. the main poverty alleviating wishing to marry must do so Peters, a 30-year-old white
maintain his
existence.money to meager Accept critical cases of branch of the whole program.And before the case can be dismissed woman, took the case to the
DEWEY KNIGHT the will have from court. Supreme Court.
family disintegration as they day care to
intensive
Through early
and professional casework, Forty per cent received assistance appear at the department's intake be cut in half. white Michael Di Maggio, 23a, Van Hook and Miss Peters
for a month 33 office. The 80 cent cuts in the ex-soldier, and Nedia
per per
Knight thinks much of this were granted a marriage license -
chronic cent for two to five months and Detect families with ten- budget have such an effect on Cota, 21, his Panamaianfiance last week months
dependency on public many
handouts can be avoided.To seven per cent for six to 10 dency of chronic dependencyand the administrative level of the living in Fort Lauder- after their son was born.They
months.He help themtowardindepen- program that EOPI will not be dale, filed a suit last October will be married on Saturday
start the pilot programhe feels that the present dence. able to pay the staffs salaries, after declaring they had been
wants nine new persons,including refused a marriage license in The Supreme Court action

an administrator, Dade County. .__ has made unnecessary the Di-
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seven social workers and one couple alledgedly did Maggio-Cotasuit, but thecouple's
not file for a marriage license
clerk-stenographer. Just the ,
attorneys James W.
positions. No money. Claims but left the office when Informed Miller and peter Nimkoff are
Headley Shotgun-Dog by a license bureau clerk
asking the court to make the
The cost of the additional that the state law forbade interracial -
staff can be paid for by the sav- marriage. state reimburse the couple for
ings which the program will The Florida Court court cost which amountto
Approach Cut Crime 40 Per Cent Supreme $125.
produce in direct relief last week abolished the law

Knight said. He estimates the I I forbidding interracial marri- Judge Fulton said:"Tell the
cost of the new Supportive Chief of Police Walter beries in December 1966 and cember took place in Negro age, and cleared the way for couple to go and get married,
Family Services Division at Headley, whose shotgun and 128 in January 1967. This areas. In January, Negro DIMaggio and Miss Cota togo and then we'll dismiss court
$47,000 for the remainder of dog approach in fighting crime shows that robberies are still areas :accounted for less than ahead. costs." ._
the fiscal year ending Sept.30. brought criticism from a large more now than they were for 50 per cent of the robberies. -

Homer thinks Knight's program number of Negro leaders the same period last year, Crime Commission Head
is a method of reducingthe locally and nationally, now even though the steady increase Headley said that robberies .

"severe economic drain on claims that crimes in Miami recorded over the last dropped roughly 62 per cent is Forum SpeakerCounty.
have decreased 40 per cent as 12 months has been temp-
tax do 11 a r s caused by long- in the
Negro areas
term reliance on public relief a result of his get tough policy. only reversed. compared The MinistersLaymenVoter ."
with a citywide decrease of 45
Registration Committee
and will ask -
programs, The time is 8:30 in
There were 163 robberies in show that the rate a.m.
Figures per cent. of Dade County presentsits
Metro Commission approval
Johnson Hall 1328 NW Third
Monday to get it started.In the city during January com of robberies in the city's three fourth in a series of Forumon ,
pared with 299 in December. Negro sections declined much There were eight murdersin Crime this Saturday morn- Avenue please be on hand to
his study of nearly 900 It was on December 27 that the more sharply than in the rest Miami in December the ing, Feb. 10. The invited guest be Informed and to ask ques-
cases last summer, Knight chief of police issued the dog of the city.Nearly rate dropped to only one in speaker will be Mr. Dan Sullivan tions. The entire public is in
discovered that in 21 per cent and shotgun orders. January, and that was the Mi- of the Dade County vited.
of the cases assistance was 66 per cent of rob- ami Jackson High School Crime Commission. Topic Rev. Thedford Johnson is
given for more than a year. But there were only 118 rob- beries committed in De- murder of a co-ed by another. "Organized Crime in Dade chairman of this group.University .



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Heodley's Swift Dismissal; of Police Officers Averts Harsh Feefinas'; .f

Thomas K. Washington,who police don't make a shotgun-
the task force assigned to The two officers, Edwardsand demeanor. was a candidate for city commissioner armed shakedown of the better
By JOHN A, DIAZ knock down the rising crime Creekmore, are chargedwith The FBI investigation and last fall, said that restaurants and nightclubs,
Only I the swift action of incidence in the Negro sections putting a person under arrest the department of Justice how he was a member of the dele- and you can very often find the
Chief of Police Walter Headley without reason, and ad- evaluation of the case,under gation that went to Headley a cream of the hoodlum and gang
against the two policemen who The officers, Headley said, ditionally with failure to com ever, calls for action If the officers few weeks ago "for a confer- elements there. That was the
allegedly dangled 17yearold were supposed to be patrolling plete the arrest they claimedto the Civil Rights law. their ence on th e matter, and we answer to Headley when he
boy by his heels that avoided the area in a radio car?and have m de. were convicted,wouldbe weren't trying to put pressure asked Washington, "Where the
serious racial disturbancesin not with the dogs and shotgunshe No criminal charge will be penalty in federal court of the city,, on i at all." hell do you expect to find hoodlums .
Miami'last week. One of the has assigned to the special filed against the officers, be- tougher than that Washington told Headley that ?"
police officers resigned and squad. cause it could only be a mis- Headley indicated. n . -. .

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cooled a potential explo- +
sion in the Negro neighborhoods -

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Said Dr. Simpson, "I feel,
and I believe the Negro community -
feels, that swift, Just
disciplinary action for this
wrong doing, for any wrong-
doing, will suffice.

The officers accused- of the ,
alleged brutality are;Jerry P. }
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Edwards and John Creekmore.
They allegedly took Robert Q.
Owens, of 1461 NW 60th St.,
from a Northwest 62nd Street
poolroom last Thursday night .. .
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and dangled him from the 80- Gtl* 4 '+t i't, t t r yri
foot high Miami River bridgeat ? ,
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Young Owens is a student at
Northwestern Senior High t 1
School, 12th grade, with a very
good record, according to Dr.

Samuel school. Cohen His mother, principal, of Mrs.the Lois Jordan, Teller and graduate of Grooms High School in Sanford, Florida and Florida A. and M,

Christerbell Owens, is a wi- greets a typical family that saves regularly at the Roosevelt office.
dow, with five children, four

boys.Dr. S i imp son was pleased Where People come: First
with Headley's quick action

and there said has,"Too been often pussyfootingwhen in the past . for Saving with Security and Earning PowerIt's I

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that,these offenses were allowed -
to continue." develop the qualities of thrift and self-reliance these savers know that FIRST FEDERAL pays the

Dr. Simpson added that he which are so important to every youngster and adult. highest dividends consistent with safety, and sav-

hoped with his Headley own men will be as as he tough says And regardless of age, you'll find it pays to save ings accounts are insured up to $15,000 by a per-

he is going to be against crimi- where you enjoy both liberal dividends and the secur- manent agency of the United States Government.

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Headley, "Theseyoung Whether your account is large or small, you will
officers abused their author- More than a quarter million people have entrusted always receive a warm welcome at America's Oldest

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Against Rights CompromiseSen.


Robert F. KennedyD., erage by the legislation now Circulated quietly I among
N.Y.) is leadng a campaign pending before the Senate must key senators last week by the
started Monday to head off a not be diminished." Justice Department, the ad-
compromise efforts Senate It was questioable, how- ministration proposals was !i
liberals believe would water ever, whether the liberals had aimed at softening Southern
down the civil rights bill pending not acted too late. opposition to the bill by bas-
in the Senate. ing it on the commerce clauseof
t efforts
denounced The compromise the Constitution rather than
Kennedy a number
were started a week ago by
the 14th Amendment.
of compromise!
proposals,
Mike
Senate Leader
Majority The bill, asnowdrafted,
including one offered last week V
Mansfield and Minority Leader -
by the Johnson administration, would be based on the "equal
Everett Dirksen.They were
as a surrender. protection of the laws"clause
Along with 35 other sena- reported Monday night to be of the 14th Amendment. That
tors, Kennedy sent a joint making significant progress. would make: it a federal crime
statement to Senate leaders Kennedy attacked the com- to injur or intimidate Negroesor
expressing opposition to any promise talk without namingthe civil rights workers pur-
weakening of the pending bill. administration or Dirksen, suing selected rights such as
Describing the bill as mod- but rejecting both proposals.He voting, registration, jury duty,
erate, the group declared: said their suggestions employment. schooling and the
"We cannot stat too "would: not be a compromise; use of public accommodationsand .-

strongly our view that the cov they would be a surrender." facilities Virginia Gardens Mayor Wayne Hill, Miami Commissioner Mrs. M, Athalie Range,
Metro Commissioner Lew Whitworth and Metro Mayor Chhck Hall (from left) were
joined by Miss Miami Norma Sherer, together with exhibitors and buyers attendingthe
Brotherhood Award xrye three day (Jan. 30-Feb, I 1)) Miami-Dade County Industries Show at Bay front Audi
torium for ribbon-cutting ceremonies. Miami.Metro News Bureau photo.

for Editor ReevesA yuMi pbh
{L.Lub Metro Commissioners Election By

Special BrotherhoodAward pacity every morning at the
of the National Confer- newspaper of which he is still Districts To Be On May BallotThe
ence of Christians and Jews publisher, and where his son,
will be made to Henry E. S. Garth, is Editor-in-Chief. He voters of Dade County of the petition which clearedthe that if the petition drive should
Reeves at the Annual Brother- also serves as Assistant Min- will now have an opportunityto way for supporters of the bring sufficient signatures and
hood Dinner February 20,at ister at the Church of the In- decide whether they want change to start collecting the the voters decide for county
the Fontainebleau Hotel in Mi- carnation.Mr. the commissioners elected by necessary signatures. commissioners election by
ami Beach, Co. Mitchell Wolf- Reeves has received citations districts or continue the pres- Approximately 45,000 sig- districts, Earl J. Carroll will
son, the Awards Chairman an- from many organiza- H. E. S. REEVES ent countywide system. natures will have tobe obtained be the most logical candidate.Said .
nounced. tions including; The Florida To determine their choice from the voters in order to
to the
Carroll commissioners
Previous recipients are Teachers' Association Mr. Reeves has contributedhis the voters will use the balloton have the question on the bal- "If it calls for
Sister President of Dade County ComminhyChest : 7 for a final decisionin
Dorothy, time and energy to many: May
lot.Mr. sacrificing a seat, let it be so.
Barry College, Senator HarryP. the American cancer community and civic organi- a fight for representationby Carroll, who isa mem-

Cain and Father Theodore Society, the Advisory Boardof zations including: Chairmanof districts that Earl J. ber of the Committee for Bet- Now it remains for Metro
M Gibson.It Registration and the Am the Carver Branch of the Carroll with Clark Merrill ter Representation, of which Voting Supervisor Martin
was nearly a half centuryago bassadors of Goodwill for the YMCA, Vice-chairman of the have been waging for the past Mr. Merrill is the president, Braterman to mark the Blank
that Mr. Reeves founded! State of Florida.In Greater Miami Urban League. months. told the commissioers that petitiion forms, then the Com :
the first newspaper primarily 1966 Variety Children's Vice-C h air i man of the local This massive petition drive the move was gaining momentum mittee for Better Governmentwill
devoted to the social,religiousand Hospital tendered Mr. Reevesa branch of the usa, District for the c h a n g e was assured and "it's time to stop have 30 days to collect
business interests of the testimonial dinner and pre- Chairman of the Community Tuesday at a county commission playing games." signatures. If this organization -
Dade County Negro Communi- sented him with the Variety Chest, Chairman and Memberof meeting, even though the Carroll said that he was tloes not get enough sig-
Children's Hospital Volunteerof the Christian Hospital commissioners did not take a working for "better govern- natures in that time, they will
ties.Today's resultant weekly, Valor Award. At the same Board of Directors, Directorof stand on the issue itself. But ment" and not for any selfish have another 30 days to col-
"The Miami Times," has time the late Mayor of Miami, 1 itheAdvisoryBoardof they approved the legal form interests." Observers believe lect the necessary names. t
never missed a publicationdate Robert King High, presentedhim Registration and Director of
despite all of the legen- with an award in"Recog- the Senior Citizens' Clubs. -
dary emergencies of pioneer nition of two decades of untiring -
printing.Mr. and devoted community addition to Garth, Mr. FOR THE FINEST[ HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT i

Reeves, at the age of service" Last year, Mr. Reeves have four daughters; MODERATE RATES-CALL '
(84) eighty-four has many Reeves received the Distin- Hazel, Clarice, Doreenand
years of dedicated service behind guished Editor A ward from the Frances, all teachers in the .:
him. Now semi-retired, National Newspaper Publish- Dade County PublicSchool BONDED .
he serves in an advisory ca- ers' Association. System.Promoted .
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Col. Paul R. Cerar, left, and Col./ Norman C. Pardue, deputy commander of the Army Tenants concern will stop vandalism and reduce the cost af hou sing.
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J To Equal

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By Whitney Young, Jr.

Executive Director
6530NW 15th Ave., Miami, Fla. 33147-Phonei 691.0421
By Booker T. Hayes ,National Urban Leagues
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher --
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor -
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor Indignities Cause of Violence
Segregation By Another Name
Notional I Advertising Representative

Amalgamated Publishers, I Inc. Shakespeare once said that a rose calledbyany other name
310 Madison Avenue New,York, N. Y. 10017
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association I read an article recently in which Dick Gregory is quotedas would smell as sweet. Segregation by any other name still

2400 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 saying, "The real cause of the present Negro violence is smells bad.
the need of Jobs,nor the inadequate housing, nor the> resultnot It goes by a number of new names. The old "Jim Crow" is

ONE YEAR 55.00 SUBSCRIPTION- SIX MONTHS -RATES$3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 of poverty, but because of the indignities Negroes in general now "self-separation," and it has the oddest supporters. I
have had to suffer. Indignities performed by whites that are don't mean the Black Power advocates. There have always been
Entered at Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post 1 capable of cutting the Individual to the very core." To those people who said we should not have anything to do with the
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 meant
people who would be at a loss as to what Dick Gregory white population. r m talking about the many liberals and radicals -
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"L I would like to point out the incident involving Robert Owens. who have come out in favor of segregation.Sure .

the world The NEGRO from racial PRESS and national believes that America when can It best accords lead Here we have a 17-year-old boy subjected to the' hostilities of they don't actually use the word. They talk about mak-
antagonism
to every man regardless of his race creed or color his human two of societies paid protectors. This one incident could do ing the ghetto a better place and building separate institutions,
and legal rights. Hating no man, ,fearing no man-the Negro more harm to police-Negro relations than all the shotguns and and in general use a very high-flown vocabulary to describe
Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that all men dogs in the county. This is an example of the type of law enforcement what old Senator Bilbo and other racists used to call "keepingthe
hurt
are as long as anyone Is held back.
we must eliminate.Can Negro in his place."
Right now that "place" is the ghetto. Like prison walls, the

LET'S GET MODEL CITY FROGRAM imagine the difference in the circumstances had ghetto boundaries keep Negroes in bad housing and their child-

STARTED RIGHT Robert you Owens been the silent withdrawn type of individual? ren in infer i ior schools. Negroes will achieve equality only

This incident probably would have never been made public, but when those walls tumble.
Dade County's infant Model City program is now being put result That doesn't mean the ghetto can't be made better, nor doesit
the and resentment harbored Robert as a
together and it is to the best interest of all the 80,000 residentsof 1of such hostility treatment could easily have placed by him on the opposite mean that many Negroes, like other groups, won't want to
the Model City area that the program is launched in the live in predominantely Negro neighborhoods. But until thereis
scale actions could have easily developed -
from law and 0 r der.His
right way. If we get off on the wrong foot here millions of dol- and a choice available so that Negroes can do what they wish to
into hostile action society in general
lars will be wasted and instead of open against ,
having improved neighbor- do toe ghetto will bar
progress.
all because of this one instance where he was grossly mis- ,
hoods we might Just end up with another great big slum. I think the ghetto has to be improved. Slum housing shouldbe
used. The prompt and decisive action taken by Chief Headley

As HUD Secretary Robert C. Weaver has said," . rising should serve as a deterrent to other officers who by nature of replaced by decent homes. Schools should made the best
in the city. The Urban League has been working hard to
their past might harbor some hidden hostilities against Ne- get
aspirations must be met by results.The Model Cities planning ,
business to put plants and offices into the ghetto so that peoplecan
grant Is a work box for the city, not a gift package under the groes as a race. find work.
Christmas tree. Any city which rouses hope anddoes not fulfill -
But Just gilding the ghetto isn't a long-range solution. His-
it, may find it turning into a Pandora's box of trouble."
It is my opinion the FBI will be able to bring charges against tory shows that the Isolation of Negroes into their own com-

This program isbasically for the unemployed for the ill- these men for violation of Robert's civil rights. It would be munities with as little contact with the white majority as pos-
,
housed, for the poor, for the uneducated and the untrained, for unwise to allow the resignations of these officers to serve as sible, only breeds the worst kind of exploitation.The .
those who have problems of color or ethnic background. These the termination of the incident. Public opinion has been so old-time racists knew this and that's why they set up a

are the people and the people and the things we must address deeply aroused, any whitewash of the affair would create emo- system of segregation. So long as the Negro was kept apart
ourselves to. 'tional reactions.There must be some recourse for individuals they could control him and dominate him.
subjected j to this type of inhuman treatment. They must be And lots of Negroes went along with the system discourag.
We need widespread community participation and a watch-i made to feel there is something they can do about it. Only when ing their kids from trying to make their way in the white man's
dog attitude of the people living in this nine-square mile sec- affairs are made known are we able to weed out the respon- world. They Just didn't believe Negroes could compete effectively -
tion of Northwest Miami. i sible individuals.The A lot of the black power philosophy is a hangover from

Let us hope that Acting Director Haley Sofge will soon those days.
open
I don't that can't
offices of the Model City program in the Model City area. At fact that one of the participating officers had receiveda agree Negroes compete. General West-
moreland a South Carolinian told that lesson had
present te program is being handled out of' the program is citizen's complaint against him could have been the motiva- ,once me a he
thorities offices which are located almost two miles from the
Model City area. A HUD directive insists that citizens must have "clear and direct" access to local officials so that neigh- 'his complaint, he often regretted his actions. around them, the more they see that whites are very far from
borhood having a monopoly on wisdom or ability.
views 1n
pan ufnce policy, planning and program
decisions." We've got to work hard to break down the color barrier.
I must agree with Dick Gregory that the indignities sufferedby There is no point to helping white bigots raise the walls still
The Model City program is possibly the best thing that ever 1 Negroes have had a great deal to do with the violence shown higher. That's why it is so disappointing to see so many lib-
happedned to the lucky residents of the area, which is almost ,once it is started. If every Negro who has been openly insulted erals filling the pages of high-brow Journals with all sorts of

80% Negro. We must be ever watchful and work for a compre- because of Just being a Negro,were asked to stand for one excuses to keep segregation.

hensive program that will upgrade the social, economic, and i minute. There would be no Negroes sitting in America for that There is something strange about a white professor who has

physical conditions of our neighborhood.We I prescribed minute.Some people get their kicks deflating a per- exercised his freedom of choice to get a good job and live in a

would hate to see this program end up with the same kind !sons ego, and there are those who concentrate on Negroes. The suburb which bars Negroes from owning homes, telling Ne-
of problems we are experiencing with our poverty program. individuals are as much a necessary part society as any of groes to stick in the ghetto. It's pretty easy to throw big words
us. It is in our dealing with them we learn the true meaning around and put out nice sounding theories about power and sep-
of restraint. We learn to react unemotional.As aratism, but that doesn't
SUMMER'S COMING AND NO POOL YET get anybody a job or a bouse that'sratfree.

Last spring when city officials had the Jitters about the ap- in all things there is a limit, and so it is with the num- I wish that some of these liberals and radicals would put as

proaching "long hot summer" everybody was saying how the ber of indignities the individuals pride will allow him to swal- much energy into getting Negroes into their fine communities,
kids who lived in the Brownsville area had been shortchangedby low. When the and Jobs in t their businesses
breaking point is reached the reaction is unpre- and schools. Instead of telling
Metro on playground facilities So Metro voted money for dictable. The one thing we can be sure of is an emotional Negroes to segregate themselves,they ought to be telling white
a swimming pool for the area, but not enough time was left change within the individual. The results is determined by the citizens to give Negroes breathing room.
to build the pool before the summer. So Metro installed a dominating factors within the and Some of these people insecure
person, if these tendenciesare are so about their own prejudices -
couple otherwise.of portable pools and the kids kept cool, waterwise or hostile, society has created another enemy. that they fall all over themselves trying keep up with

the most extreme thing any Negro says. At the New Left con
Well, here it is almost summer again and how's the new pool ference In Chicago, the white delegates let black extremistswalk
coming? The awful truth of the matter is that we are right all over them, only to have the Negroes laugh at them be-
where we started last year this t1 i m e. I hardly think the Phil OssoferLike hind their backs. All they really were doing was patronizing
Brownsville kids will buy that portable pool Jazz another sum- Negroes, and that's insulting.

mer. Our kids seem angry enough.Why give them another rea- Will Rogers,whose life who pioneered in heart trans- We need these white advocates of separatism to come to

son to assert their displeasure? was one of my greatest inspi- plants, "Cast away from you their senses and rejoin the fight for equality. There are already

In talking to Bill Moore, Mayor Chuck Hall's assistant, the rations, "all I know is what I all your transgressions far too many white people telling Negroes what they
problem seems to be where to put the pool ft seems that sev- read in the newspapers." Last whereby ye have transgressed , needand off too few white people telling other white citizens to get
the
eral locations are being considered. The Miami Times made a week I wrote about heart ; and make you a new heart Negro's back.

survey of the proposed locations to determine where the pool transplants; today my subjectis and a new spirit. ." (Eze-
should be built in order to serve the most kids living near a the newspaper interview ofa kiel 18:31)).

city or a Metro pool now. young South African visitor The young lady also said,

Our recommendation is the campus of the Lorah Park Ele- who said, "The American no- "Americans seem tobetrying
mentary School at NW 31st Avenue and 51st Street. Something tion of race equality through to m a k e one nation of half-
definitely needs to be done for the kids who live west of 27th integration is unnatural." breeds out of their two-race *
I can only say that what is nation."
Avenue. My heart, (the God- . ...
unnatural about our "notion"of transplanted
OK Metro, let's start digging. It's later thanyou think. And one which holds
really, the kids ain't that stupid. They know when they've been race equality through inte- love even for those who speakas O
had. gration is our way of going she does), goes out to this ft--r::
about it. Going back to heart misinformed young lady. J\ I
transplants, I must say that There is
only ONE
race oman f
BOY SCOUT WEEK FEBRUARY 7-13
our method is unnatural be- for "
God . hath nude 19 VaIRSARYULJC
Boy Scout Week, February 7-13, will celebrate the 58th anniversary cause we are trying to integrate of one blood all nations of men
of the Boy Scouts of America,and also the 51st an- without a heart.,We are for to dwell on all the face of
niversary of receiving the Charter from the Congress of the trying to do it only through the the earth . ." (Acts 17-26))
United States. slowly growing realizationthat Our "two- racel/nation,' OT ING FO

integration is the lesser (Black and white),is a johnnie-- 11eRHOOD
This occasion provides each of us an opportunity to recog- evil than riots and maybe evena come-lately in America
nize the accomplishments of our Scout Units, leaders, and guilty conscience. Until we to the Red nun: compared -
boys, as well as members of the institution who give leader- Americans welcome all into lady! young

ship to Scouting sponsored by other organizations.The our" hearts, regardless of What really gives me a

theme for '68 is Scouting rounds a guy out. The Scout color, creed or national birth, chuckle on this subject is the

program helps a boy "round out" mentally, physically, and we cannot truly succeed. fact that the first heart trans BROTHERHOOD WEEK
spiritually. It challenges him to be more than he thought he The Manifestations of God plant from a Negro to a white
could be.There. . Abraham, Moses, Jesus person was performed in South FEBRUARY 18-25,1968
is n better: time than now to give a salute to the boys and the others came to bring Africa, the home of this young
and leaders who are engaged in Scouting in South Florida fora God's light into the world, lady and the land of segrega
Job well done. were the Spiritual physicians tion by law.



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 9, 1968 5 J ,
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0'| I f'1 H I 1)1' 'KONOMKOPPORTUNITY Dade league infers
News
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Commentary {,.. ..'f' f ServicesBY War On CrimeThe 1

By John A. Diaz
I l. : Leo Adderly, Dade County League of president, South Miami Mayor
Center Attorney' Municipalities entered the war Clyde M. Taylor had already
YOUNG NEGROES DO NOT THINK LIKE THE OLD ONESIn on crime by calling for a been in contact with U.S. Rep.

of ball bond procedures Dante Fascell to secure for 1
interracial matters, the thinking of some Negroes In the Automobile Insurance tightening and by studying a nar- the schools of Dade municipalities -
16-25 age group Is different to that of most older Negroes, according cotic educational program a supply of the comic-

to a recent survey conducted by Fortune magazine.. Basically automobile insurance should be considered from throughout Dade municipalities book-type pamphlets"hooked' ',

And any observer can see that. two angles: insurance to reimburse the lender or dealer in from the U, S. Public Health

Within the past few years, anger has increased among case of damage to the car, and insurance protect the owner In a resolution approved Service,
young Negroes in their attitude toward white people.At presentthe from liability in the event of an accident. unanimously by the League "We hope we can reach each
young Negro mood seemstobetoomucurial. But the tech- in the school child In the cities from
The dealer or lender is interested Insuring automo- Board of Directors, bond for
nique of measuring the young Negro's thinking is very uncertain bile against damage during the term of the contract on the car. persons convicted of crimesof the sixth grade and up with this
Consequently, no one can be too certain in measuring There is a standard clause to this effect in all automobile sales violence was opposed the valuable booklet." Lockward
it.
contracts. And, the dealer or lender can Insist that you carry 18-member board as was the said.
There is a variety ofconflictingemotionsinthe black population this type insurance. A material damage insurance policy which granting of bond by courts The Dade League, throughits I

however. Negroes in different groups sometimes.have provides for collision, fire,theft,and comprehensive coverage without a hearing. attorney, Allen' Clements
different opinions of different problems. It all depends on what will fulfill your needs in this area.Some dealers will want you The League Board also join- Jr., also has under study other
kind of Interest is Involved. Some have axe to grind, others to carry credit life insurance, also,during the life of the con- ed with the crime Commis- suggestions of the Police
have none. This is especially true among the older Negroes.But tract. This is optional. sion of Greater Miami in urging Chiefs received by the Leagueat

"the young Negro wants it to be said, or written, "like it The most popular type of collision insurance is known as legislation which would deny a recent luncheon meeting. t

is. $50.00 deductable. With this type policy the owner is requiredto bond to a "person convicted Among the suggestions, '
There is an increasing alienation of the 16 to 25 age groupin advance the first $50.00 for repairs, in the event of a col- of robbery, burglary, aggravated Lockward said, were: League
the black population. This recent Fortune study shows that crime support for the move to decrease -
lision, and the insurance company pays the balance. A better assault, or any
nearly twice as many Negroes from that age group reject integration type of insurance to havehoweveris10000deductable. The involving violence with the use the backlog of Criminal -
as a primary objective as do their elders.A and of .." Court cases with the appointment -
premiums on this type Insurance are much less, If you are a deadly weapon .
student from Howard University, in MI I a m t during the able to pay the first $100.00, in the event of accident, the League President William of more judges,
Christmas holidays, told us that he was disappointed in our support of th Safe
League
said the munici-
law of averages will save you money. There is a third type of H. Lockward
writings, since he had heard how militant we were as an editor decidedto Street t and Crime Control
collision insurance known as full coverage. This type of insurance palities organizatin
twenty, or sixteen,years ago. pays all claims. And, is the most costly of the three. enter the crime war follow- measures now before Congress -
This student probably prefers a Rap Brown, Stokely Car- Frequently, the automobile purchaser remembers he Is pay- ing a meeting of Police Chiefs and full identificationfor
michael brand of militancy--violence, threats violence, news accounts of all youthful -
ing some money for insurance and incorrectly assumes that and Metro Sheriff E. Wilson
"hate whitety," and subversion preaching.This he is completely covered until he is involved in an accident Purdy. offenders from the age of

writer's militant philosophy for equal rights has been, and finds that this policy does not cover the other party. This "In addition to the bail bond 14 and up.
and will always be, to expose, ridicule,and advocate, how asinine type insurance is known was public liability coverage, and complaint of the Chiefs, the Also under study, accord-
absurb, and illogical race prejudice is.He believes, how- should be distinquished from material damage insurance discussed League i s also studying the ing to Lockward, is a possible
ever, in peaceful demonstrations, peaceful assembly.He does above. The dealer or lender cannot insist that you take best manner in which its facil- recommendation that the Lea-
not acquiesce in Uncle Tomis m. He thinks that the pen (or this type coverage on purchasing a car. Florida law does not ities can be used for an edu- gue support legislation which

typewriter) is mightier than the sword (or gun). insist on you purchasing public liability insurance, at this time, cational campaign regarding would allow municipalities to
Frederick Douglass the great grand father of the protest raise taxes beyond the 10-
either. You should insist on obtaining this type coverage, illegal use of drugs, Lock-
movement, 110 years ago, without violence, staged sit-ins on however, before driving the car off the lot. ward reported. mill-limit solely for the pur- I
Massachusetts railroads.And soon after that, without violence, The Florida Financial Responsibility Law does not providefor Miami City Attorney AlanH. pose of increasing police sal- [

he was 1 leading a peaceful fight for integrated schools in compulsory public liability Insurance as a condition pre- Rot h s tel n and Assistant aries and hiring more police. ,1

Rochester, New York.If cedent to owning and/or operating a motor vehicle. The law City Attorney Jack R, Rice "By working with the Po- l
young Negroes think that they can acquire their citizen- does not operate until "after" one is Ivolved in an accident, have been appointed by Lock- lice Chiefs," said Lockward,
ship rights by rioting, looting, destroying other people's pro- or his license has been suspended for certain traffic convic- ward to head a committee to "The league will take sugges-

perty, damning "whitety," and listening toHanoi, they will tions. Only then must one obtain public liability coverage for propose a program as fast tions from the men who know
find out that you camot fight against guns with broomsticks and "future" accidents. This is one instance where one should not as possible to help with the crime in all Its facets and per-

win. only comply with the law; but comply before it applies. The problem of narcotics" haps we can tackle this prob-

reason you should do so is twofold: To avoid being placed in a Lockward said the League lem In a unique and worthwhile f
LAW AND ORDER SHOULD APPLY TO ALL risk' to through it s immediate past manner"
"high category, thereby having pay higher premiums; i
The most ridiculous manifestation of disregard for lawand and to be insured "before" a possible collision. It should be li.1

order by law enforcing agents is the case of Mr. James Van noted, also, that the law applies without\ fault, 1. e., the person
Hook and Miss Diane peters "against" the Attorney Generalof whose car is struckbecause of the negligence of another is required Black /Middle' Class
Florida and a judge in Miami, two who defied the law of the to purchase public liability insurance as well as the

land by refusing to give that couple the necessary permissionfor driver at fault, if not covered at the time I of the accident.

them to marry. Moreover, the law applies to operators, as well as owners of Vote Won't Win
Every first-year law student knows thatthe decisions of the automobiles. Thus, the nonowner-driver who is Involved in an

Supreme Court of the United States supersede the laws of the accident would be required to obtain this type insurance, also,
statesmen those that are, one hundred years old. Inspite of assuming he did not have such coverage at the time of the col-
this knowledge the Attorney General of Florida forced the lision. Presidential Election !

couple to live together without benefit to clergy, without bene- The public 1 liability insurance policy should provide minimum -

fit of a marriage license,with legal expenses,embarrassment, coverage of $10,000 per person, $40,000 per accident,
and unwanted publicity, until the Florida Supreme Court forced and $5,000 property damage. In addition, the Financial Re- The political party that ing that his position In theGOP
the marriage license to be issued. sponsibility Law requires insurance companies, doing busi- gears its campaign exclusively or his presense at racially-
U this is not tantamountto lawlessness it is the nearest thingto ness in the State, to offer uninsured motorist coverage in pub- to the blank middle class Integrated Republican affairs
"law and order." How can people respect vote in the 1968 Presidential gave him or her special stag
it. And we hear about lic liability insurance contracts. Take advantage of this cov-
election will lose the election tus in the black community.
the law when those inauthority show contempt for it? Or erage, too. It is Important to have, if you are involved in a col- ,
is it that law and order is not applicable to all? Mr. Van Hookis lision wth an uninsured motorist. a former assistant to the Rev. Nothing could be further from
Dr. Martin Luther King has the truth. The black Republican
is white
a Negro, and Miss Peters a lady.
wrotten in te latest editionof who cannot maintain a dia-
POLICE BRUTALITYThe Crime Commission l Meeting the Michigan Republican logue with the militants of his

brutal treatment that a young Negro received in Miami Quarterly community and earn their con-

last week from the hands that are supposed to protect citizensis Tell Story of Dope & Juniis Griffin, a former fidence by working for the

regrettable. The police have been blamed for at least threeof and recently betterment of his community,
newspaperman "
the worst riots in which a large number of Negroes were MarijuanaConvicts resigned Director of Public is politically useless.
In defense of Black Power
killed. and Miss Florence Fisher a Relations for the Minorities
and a woman ex- advocates Griffin
Mr.
says
The accusations of police for brutality have not always been Division of the Na- :
Republican
convict tell"The Story of Dope drug addict for twenty-three "True black nationalists are
proved. But in the New York killing of a juvenile by a police
who seventeen tional Committee also warns
and Marijuana" in a meeting years spent ,
builders not the destroyersthey
,
lieutenant seemed and the riots that followed
unjustifiable, sponsored by the Crime Com- years of it in prison for narcotics that, "The Negro masses an are often depicted as being -
seemed unjustifiable, too. mission of Greater Miami, at and other crimes. sure to respond at the ballot
. .
In Newark where 26 were killed and 1,500 injured
Negroes 1 box to the party that promisesto
8 Wednesday Feb. 7 at
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p.m., "It is only when black so-
two policemen were accused by a Negro taxicab driver of bru- make being a Black American -
Edison Senior High Auditorium The
program was co- sponsored cial and political organiza-
But it difficult to The Negroes killed couldbe
tality. was prove. more of a luxury and less
6101 NW 2nd Avenue.Is the International
by Optimists tions are formed that black
easily proved to be dead, however. marijuana dangerous? Is I, the Dade County of a liability." ghettoes can bargain for a
In Detroit, 40 Negroes were killed, 2,000 injured, and two
it addictive? Does it cause Council of ParentTeachersAssociations ". . It is realistic to pre-share of power over crucial
policemen were charged, after it was all over,with killing two
drug dependence? the Miami diet that 1968 will be a most Institutional processes.
in cold blood.
Negroes
This program for adults and Police Department and the crucial year in the history of "U this sounds like advocacy -
AND BOUTONNAIRESi parents features the experiences Florida Division of Corrections this nation because the
ORCHIDS great o f Black Power, thenso
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mU. > of three Raiford convicts part that obtains the fouryearlease be it. But in a real sense,
on the White House this power Is neither racial nor

coming November will get it ethnic. Therefore, it is necessary -
r Miami Times primarily because it sought for black communitiesto

6530 NW 15th Avenue and received the vote of an informed acquire the same kind of political
Negro electorate and economic power for
Miami i, Florida 33147 which was convinced that Its liberation that was used to enslave -

political choice was capableof it in te first place.
r !Dear Sir : leading America out of its "Neither the Democrat nor

present National and interna- the Republican Party at this
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Enclosed please find the sum of $ tional crises." juncture can sell the black

MR. GARDNER MISS THURSTON MR. JOHNSON to cover the cost of n. subscription to Mr. Griffin has rather harsh masses on integration,at least
criticism for the middle-class not the old-fashioned integra-
Mr. Richard Gardner, for the fine job he has been wonderful dong as the Miami Times. Negro. "The black middle- tiontheory which was under-
which Is a
director of the annual golf tournament, class," he writes, "has not stood as the mere mingling of
public relations job for the Miami area. vivacious Urban Mail Paper To made any laudable effort to bodies in schools, neighbor-
Miss Maxine Thurston, the aggressive, hoods and social clubs.
she makes rlddrss focus national attention on the
League executive for the splendid representation C'ty _state Zip Cod- semmingly hopeless plight of True racial integration, Mr.
!
for that public spirited organization of Virginia Beach, for the black poor." Griffin points out, means black

Mr Daniel Johnson, superintendent superb job at this well ,*- One Yt. St,00/' ( And, he continues, "Too community participation in a
the past twenty; years, for doing and a other recreation center. often, the black Republicanhas shared control over the major '
tronized bathing, picnicking, been satisfied with assum- institutions of American life.
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6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 9, 1 gsfI I I IMrs.

r MRS. RANGE TO SPEAK AT VALENTINE TEA.

II I 1JdffWftd Athalie Range, Miami the World Needs Now is- -Love-

II' !$! fut ql U City Commissioner, will be Sweet Love," an array of out-,
guest speaker at a ValentineTea standing talents will be pre-

.. given by Choir No. One of sented featuring Mrs Henry
focus Mt. Zion Baptist Church on L. (Marie) Balaban, wife of
Antionette Spicer and Charlmouse OTarrall were married Wednesday, Feb. 14, from 8 to Judge Henry L. Balaban as
Friday January 26 In the Episcopal Church of the incarnation, BY PRISCILLA REDDING 10 pm at the home of Mr.and guest soloist. The public is
Miami' The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Lydia Spicer and ....... Mrs. Arthur King, 1795 NW 83 cordially invited.
the late Spencer Spicer. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. During Feb. s ttral 6 the Junior Class of Miami Killian Sen- Street. Brother Serch Crapp

James Neal of Winston-Salem,N.C.and Mr.Ernest O'Ferrall ior Hign ScfcooL will sponsor' a magazine sale. If a represen presiden t, Rev. Edward, is
of Los Angeles. A reception was held at the home of Davis tative should :appear d your home please cooperate and pur- Unsing as the theme, "What Graham, minister. !.
(Prof) and Millicent Wilson, 1392 NW 72nd Street. chase vice BEijazin Support a local school.
After serving two years in the Marines, Corporal Timothy OQ Sitact&y, Feb l?.the cougar's plan to have a ValentinesBall.
4 Mangham was recently discharged. Timothy is the son of Mr. Tfoe prfe e* the dance is $%.00 per couple. At a later

and Mrs. J. C. Mangham of Richmond Heights. He lives with date the! tint: lad place will be announced. So if you want to Fill Us In Your About
his wife, Maxine, 1550 N. W. 65th Street Maxine Is the grand- swing with the Grow plain to attend this event. ClubWho's

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Delavoe. It's time for you to start preparing, your yard for the lawn
John Wideman of New York City Just couldn't take the coolldd of the month contest. The lawn of the month will be selectedon president of your club or organization?What are your

of his hometown any longer; so he came to Miami to thaw out. the third Sunday in this month.Get ahead and start grooming projects? What's your phone number?

Rev. and Mrs. James Waldon were in Tallahassee last weekend your lawn, now. Maybe you'll be the lucky winner. The Miami Times wants to know.
to attend the funeral of Emma Jane's brother, Willie Support your local Girl Scout troops and purchase your girl Won't you help us bring our records up to date by filling in
the questionaire below, pasting it on a postcard and
Thompson. scout cookies. By purchasing cookies from this outstanding association sending
Houseguesting with Charles (Poppy) and Veronia Williamsis you will be bettering the standards of camping for it to our office? 6530 NW 15th Ave., Miami, 33147.

Pearl Strickland of Baltimore.It's every girl in the United States. Support the Girl Scouts!
a date Friendship Garden and Civic Club's Interna- For all persons who are members and those who are interested -
tional Fashion Tea on Sunday at New Covenant Presbyterian in becoming members of the Youth Council you are NAME OF ORGANIZATIONNAME

Church, 1221 NW 43rd Street. asked to meet at the home of Mrs. Armstrong ((14440 Tyler
Izora I Neighborhood Association (Adult Girl Scouts) will Street). The meeting will begin at-2 p.m. Saturday, February
meet at First Federal, Roosevelt Branch, Monday, February 10. OF PRESIDENT PHONEd

12, at 4 p.m. Gwendolyn A. Armstrong of Prarrie View A&M College,
Mrs. Marion J, Butler returned home after attending the Prarrie View Texas and Barbara Brown daughter of Mr. an
funeral of her brother-in-law, Joe E. Lee of Moultrie, Ga. Mrs. Lee Miller Brown both received recognition in Who's ADDRESS .
Delores Holts, a teacher in the Dade County School systemhas Who Among students in merican Colleges and Universities. MAJOR PROJECTS: No. of members-
completed a half year of study in California. Delores is Men's Day program for Second Baptist Church is scheduledfor l-

home for a few days before embarking on a world tour. the Fourth Sunday, February 25. I. '
Returning to school after coming home to serve as Pall- Please plan to attend this galor annual event. :

; bearers for ther comrade, James Lucas, Jr., were Theodore __ 2.
Johnson, Jr.; Fla. A & M; Barry Shellmanand Alfred Thomas,

Bethune-Cookman.Mrs. Ronald (Gina Jollivette) Frazier Jetted in from Deceeto Preparing for finerWomanhood 3.

attend the funeral of her cousin,James Lucas, Jr. Her brother
Cyrus has returned to C. W. Post.
For Gals, Color Bathroom Pink--Arecentsurvey of Ame-
rican women revealed that 85 per cent under the age of 25 pre-
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fer colored fixtures for the bathroom,About 57 per cent of the
the
The 1967-68 year for March. -Family Hour.
ladies over 65 prefer color to white. pink continues to lead
]Miami chapter of the Rhoers Chairman Marcela Demeritteand
the popularity parade, as it has for more than a decade.
(Club has been a successful one. Briley Newton. I ii
Theodore Gibson D enjoyed home the semester
being during
,
The purpose of the club is to The girls not only plan com
break at Howard
University Law School.
I teach young ladies toworkto- munity projects, but they also
Food for Thought "Slums are made I,
: by people--not by
gether as a group. plan entertainment for themselves '
plaster or bricks," said Mrs. Mattie Coney, an Indianapolis,
Durung the past months On Feb. 2, the Rhoers
Indiana school teacher for 30
years. "Civic rebuilding does
,twenty young ladies under the had a ball with the theme of
not begin with money but with people who CARE about them-
leadership of Soror Mable "Rhoers Go Mod At the
selves. Bad "
neighborhoods develop because individuals fail
Barlow has given numerous present time the girls are now
It was so nice to read in Tuesday's Herald (Women's sec-
services to the community.At .
tion) that Mrs. Mamie Str other Ferguson and Miss E. C. preparing for their guidance
the beginning of the yearit clinic ana family hour.
Thomas were among those who took the YWCA's Vagabond
was decided that each month
The Rhoers would like to
Tour to Florida State
Cape Park. Both are retired teachers.We .
the girls would participate ina thank Soror MableBarlow for mill
are very happy to tell you that The Chief(Mr. H, E. S. /'
club project. For each of these the
unselfish time which she
Reeves) is out of Doctor's Hospital and is recuperating at '"
projects chairmen were has contributed to the \
organization -
home. Thanks a million for cards, telephone calls, flowers, selected.
visits, etc. Thanks for being so thoughtful. .
i Today is your day and mine, the only day we have, the day The projects and chairmenare The Rhoers welcomes all

in which we play our part What our part may signify in the : interested young ladies that
great whole we may not understand; but we are here to play November Douglas Vil- meet the qualifications of the
lage club (gifts for unwed mothers
it, and now is our time. This we know: It is a part of action, Rhoers.
Jackie Bland
Chairmen
not of whining. it is a part of love not cynicism. It is for us to ).
and Frederick.
Stephanie
express love in terms of human helpfulness.

David Starr Jordan OctoberAssist with

Some of the persons who Jetted in from the Bahamas for the Christmas Seals. Chairmen,
funeral of Henry Williams were Stanley Campbell, Naomi Pin- Leola Alford and Eleanor Red- STYLED BY: ''
der, Katie Weech, and Theopolosius Adderley. dick.
S/Sgt. Abram and Pamela Adams of Pompano were in Rich-
mond Heights for the funeral of Henry Williams Abram Jettedin December Gifts for
from Vietnam. Variety Children Hospital,

Cyril Poitier (brother of Sydney) has launched a movie (Xmas stockings). Chairmen,
career with the shooting of "The Golden Fields." Cyril took Leola Alford, Patricia Cul-
time out from his busy schedule to entertain friends at the pre- pepper, and Paulette Caber ial.

mier of "Guess Whose Coming to Dinner" at the new North- t P
side Theater. Bernard and Marie Poitier hosted a party after February Guidance y p
the show. Clinic, Rhoers Bell.Chairmen

Sgt. Daniel W. Mulliens No. 39. DAVA regular meeting on Patricia CU epper,Casan-
Saturday Feb. 10, at 8 p.m., at the home of Mrs. James dra Calloway, and Antoinette
(Placile) Hall. All active and inactive members are urged to Silva.
.attend.
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The David Curry's have moved into their new lakeside homeat 'Jq.:",,. ,'.\ ,:' "t' ,,,"',. m'f, MOTHER AND SON
89th St. and 14th Ave. The beautiful home was designed by .!' :!; ,'
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the brilliant young architect, Julian Divine. : i:'" > , ( CELEBRATE.BIRTHDAYS.

Ambrose "Johnnie Boy" Brown is visiting his old hometown il,' ",/'. .. .
from Paterson, N. J. Johnnie has been in the fence businessin '. \' <, 1 r.4Y :err.,, .
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Paterson for the past 18 years. He stopped with Teena Lee ""J '- Mrs, Verna Louise Good- a

Brown in Opa-locka. ... man, a nurse at Mount Sinai r Feminine, fluffy,
The North Dade Community Club will have their First Fel- .\1 Hospital will celebrate her. r

lowship Tea,Sunday, February 18,at the home of Mr. and Mrs. : birthday, Feb. 9, with family fluted, flouncy ..

Edwin B. Rogers, 2571 NW 152nd Terrace, Opa-locka. and friends. _> describesMr.Vito's

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"GOD MAKE ME KIND" latest pants-suit '.
Frank --
Eugene Goodman, jr. =

We cannot do a kindness too soon, for we. rier"Cupid"will a Miami celebrate Times his car- outfit! In sizes 1

never know how soon it will be too late. .. 15th ,
;. birthday on Feb. 14 Valen- 3 Y
ru tine's day. to 13, Only $23. ; (
God make me kind as on I go, I
Alone the nath of life -
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Make me kind to all I meet, The parents of Davin Juan MARRIAGE
To and beast Coffee wishes to
man alike. express ap- .
preciation to the parents, and ANNOUNCEMENTThe /

Make me kind to children, all the boys and girls for marriage of Mae Dawn

So that happier they may be, spending an afternoon on De- Reese to Samuel A, Martin,
Make me kind to animals, cember 17, at their home in Jr., was held Jan. 27, 1968., &

So that trustful they may be be, celebration of Davin's second Mae Dawn is the daughterof LORII'S 1' L t9
birthday. Mr. and Mrs Robert Reese

Make me kind and make me good, Entertainment was furnished and Samuel is the son of Sam

Make me pure and make me true, by Fun' Festival and a good uel A. Martin Sr., and Mrs. LORY'S FASHION SHOPS EVERYWHERE!
Make me always trive to be, time was had by all riding the Queen Martin. 6112 NW 7 AVENUE

Dear God, more like you. Merry-Go-Round and the Reception will take place, EDISON CENTER
,, By Leona Will Caldwell Ferris Wheel. Feb 9, at 3200 NW 48th Ter 0


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'.' ,I': .. .. ". . It;', .: .!". ;'.':." , Delta Regional Conference To x ,

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i Focus On Youth"You a I f
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th and Its Potential"will .
be the theme of seven regional -
conferences to be con- i I
vened by Delta Sigma Theta f'f'I I

between April and June. r t .'J ry 6?
Mrs. Frankie M. Freeman,
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Gamma Alpha chapter of Iota phi of St. Louis, National Presi- t 1 I'r'
Lambda sorority has on probation for its dent of the 45,000 member organization ,
Lometa pledge Club, Roslyn Bethel, Ann w tt said the confer- I
Thomas, Hazel Matthews, Willie Pearl Gal- ences will permit Delta mem-
loway, Ethel Smith, JoAnne Walker, Vera bers from across the nationto
Wyche, Laurestine Chisolm and Janet Woods plan what their 315 chapterscan i
. .Classroom Teachers Association do in assisting young people k !
Dade County will throw its Grand Ball in Miami to prepare for the future.
Beach's popular Deauville hotel's ball- 'Ithur The members of the predominantly -
room on February 17.Highlighting the affair Negro women's MRS. FRANKIE FREEMAN
will be attractive door prizes; 3-day tripto public service organization . Delta President
Nassau on SS Bahama Star; Dancing at Ar- will discuss the impact of From April 11-13, mem-
Murray's; Dinner at thepub Deauville and Gallagher's; present day morals and bers of the Southern Region
Weekends at the Beachcomber, Blue Waters and Sea Isle ho- mores, education, and the so- will meet in Memphis, Tennessee -
tels. The Deauville Dansante is from 9 to 1. cial and political movementsof Director of the Regionis
the '60's in their examina- Mrs. Fannye Harris. Mrs.
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Seen dining for dinner at the fabu- tion of the problems today's Ernestine Cunningham is Con-

lous Bonfire Restaurant New Year's Day: Times City Editor young Americans. ference Coordinator and .
John A. Diaz and his ex Mrs.Maud Mumford-Diaz- Reid, Dade: Mrs. Freeman also announced President of the Memphis :u ,w1linf '
County Supervisor of Home Economics Education . Among that the regional con- Alumnae Chapter.
stars signed by trumpeteer Al Hirt to appear at his New Or- ferences will consider Negro
Mr. Walters, the wig king (left), has turned his talentsto
leans club this year are Lionel Hampton, Gene Krumpa, Fats heritage, social I action, and WELCOME GOLFERS producing shows and developing new talent. He is

Domino, Dizzy Gillespie, and Buddy Rich chapter operations. Cosmetologist's Unit No. 7 shown here with his up and coming star, the dynamic"Mr.

SALTWATER. TAFFY: The Sidney Poitiers are attempting Invites you to a "Fabulous Percolator," proudly displaying his smash record-
to mend their latest rUt . .The Rubin Mitchell Trio a smash Forecast of Coiffure and ings of "Burning Up Your Love' and "Got a Thing for

at Shepheards in New York's Drake hotel. . calypsofromNassau r"I ,'u.; Fashions." With styles from You Baby."
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at Pier Eight (57th Ave at SW 8th St) . But the Islanders Patricia's, Inc. andLory'sFashion The talents of Mr. Percolator are in big demand in
featuring Nat Payne(a la Belefonte) at the Red Lion Shops. With many
other parts of the country, so Mr. Walters is present ing a
Motor Inn ((172nd at Collins) .11 Mrs Ruth Taylor back froman H + beautiful models and coiffures gala/ farewell tribute to him Friday and Saturday, Feb.
uncle's visit to Nassau . Singer-actress-comedienn I by local
our cosmetologists, 16th and 17th at the fabulous Continental Club.
Pearl Bailey star of the exhausting all-Negro musical"Hello Monday, Feb. 12, 9:00 p.m.,
Dolly," presented Duke Ellington bandmen with gold tie clasps 1. I If Ii at the Biscayne Terracestar- According to Mr. Walters "There is plenty of talent
engraved 'From Dolly' . Inez Roberts to NYC. light Room, 340 Biscayne going to waste here in Miami, and I plan to seek it out
Boulevard. and give it an opportunity to be seen and heard. Mr.

THE WEEK'S WASH: Maxine Lewis-Mitchell,independentlyd Music by Billy Rolle's Com- Walters can be reached at 75J'652J. Photo by Johnsonof
tv 0 r c e d from Richard Mitchell over year and a half, now, f bo, for reservations call 691- Miami.
has done it again. This time it's Percy Standifer, a Miami new- i 1 x 4704.
comer for five years . The late former night club dancer:
Elouise Curry-Lindsey's daughter Sharon Lindsey (Northwestern -
high 1968 June grad)was 18 on January 31. A younger
daughter, Barbara, was 13 last November 5. . Louise Har- ANNUAL SALE
per lost her dad Billiard Louis Warner. The Leroy (Betty "n./Ullittt/ / f.''j{VIHJ! ( IIEAUTIFUL BR VANS
Ross) Torrences baby did not arrive in January as scheduled,
but Baby Torrence is ticketed for a landing sometime next Cyril Poi tie r, brother of HOSIERY
week. famed actor Sidney, of 1344

SCRATCH MY BACK: Mrs. Mary Goa bedded at Cedars of: NW 68th Terrace, is engagedin ;
making a film "TheGolden ..iN. lei. b@Swyay: fray S o-9.
t'
t. Lebanon . Sylvia Kemp entrained Sunday for Bethune-Cook-
Fields."
\ ;
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mentary schoolmarm Lula Jenkins In Christian Memorial.. ,. contract to make ten movie a
Former Booker T. Washington athletic coach-dean of boys- films in the months to come. s
schoolprof Oscar J. Edwards now dean of men at Edwards He was born in Nassau, Bahamas -
Waters College in Jax . Bishop Carroll's Boys' Town of and came to the Unit-
Florida (South Miami) celebrates its 4th birthday come Oc- ed States at an early age. !EJ
tober . Bunche park elementary 1st grade teacher Inez An- He and his wife, Albertha,
derson hospitalized. are parents of ten children,
all residing in Miami but one.
STUFF AND SUCH: Metro chock-full of Tan truck and cater- Mr. Poitier is enjoying his
pillar drivers, crane and fork-lift operators in Northwest new career. -
areas . The William R. Taylors feuding . What about an
"achievement dinner" for Bill Stirrup?Simply because he has
been a BTW stalwart for many annums and he's allways exe- CARD OF THANKSGWENDOLYN
cuting his'marshalling' talents (free) during the funeral line r
ups and processions of our departed loved ones- to cite a few PANTYHOSE. Sunny off.white.light SHEER OR MESH heel & toe Sunny
. Nipsey Russell at the Hilton Plaza (Ocean at 54th St) . taupe light beige. SMT Reg. $3.00 light taupe . Proportioned lengths 4
The Trenier at the Newport (Ocean at 167th St) . Enid 2.50, 3 pr. 7.50. 8'/a-11 Reg, 1.60.1.30, 3 pr. 3.80.
Mosier a t the Carillon (ocean at 68th St). ., Z
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SWEETS TREATS: The John(Alice) McKinneys christened
their 2nd, a son, at Saint Agnes last Sunday . WINZ Alan
Courtney's February 13th musical at ten ayem will see Bro-
ther and Ella Moncur's sons Lofton and Alonzo featured: there
H
. Little Dewey Knight in whose natal holiday was February
7 will celebrate the occasion with friends Saturday (Feb 10))

. Valerie Kemp entertained "a selected few" at her home HOWARD
last Saturday night. The Herbert"Stump" (Inez McKinneyDean -
) Johnsons 12th anniversary hit the calendar February 4 fl
To all my friends: It certainly -
. Irma Sands' profile before a columnist's eyes was like a was thoughtful of you]!
thousand dollar note in the bank.
With many, many thanks. i iDEMI
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MIAMI MUSINGS: "Hello Dolly" star Pearl Bailey pooh-
Sincerely yours, ,
poohing those heart spedalists who told her two years ago that Gwen
she'd die in six months if she didn't retire . Gals, Pll an- -TOE SHEER. Off-white sunny, i
swer your question; That tall, young, handsome City of Miami light taupe, light beige Proportioned
cop's name is Officer VanGates . Philadelphian Francene CARD OF THANKSTo 8/2-11 Reg. 1.65 1.40,3 pr. 4.20
Lewis-Robinson, formerly of Our Town, back home with her
grandarlings Michael David visiting mother and grandmother all of those who proved

Mrs. Ethel Lewis . Choir No. 1 of Mt Zion Baptist will helpful to me during my moth CANTRECE. Off-white sunny, light
sponsor a Valentine Tea at tIE home of its music director Ar- ers illness and confinement beige,light taupe. Proportioned 8-11
thur King on February 14, It'll be an 8 p.m. affair. Jackson Memorial Hospitaland Reg. 1.65 . 1.40, 3 pr. 4.20.
Oliver Manor Nursing
Mail ph...adore..S3 w mar.
CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS; Arthur Pena hospitalized in Home, 1235 NE 135th St. No.
Harlem with bum ticker .Rev James O. Culmer of Cul- Miami. COME INCALL 373.111108 USE COUPON
Burdini Peftenll Shopper, Miami,Florida 33131t
mer's 17th Street Market, ordered to Cedars of Lebanon for Special thanks to the Bonded s Bnutiful stockings.
much-needed-rest. His squaw, using walking-cradle as a prop Rental Agency. Mr. L. L. Pleassssnd mathifollowing Bryans
Sic. Length Color Price
due to injured left instep, runs grocery mart with the help of Green; Charles Lockhart; Style Quantity ((11
friends . Ink Spots at Twelve Caesars (94th St at Collins) Jackson Memorial Miss Es- t.
. Billy Daniels into the Diplomat February 15 for two weeks telle Fein and Dr. Robert .
. Priscilla Maddox expected don from Brooklyn by the 10 Weisman; Oliver Manor Nurs NAME................................................

. .Freddy Scott and band,who's latest recording "The GOAis rand I Home- Dr. D. G. Hurivitz ADDRESS.....,.....,.................................

a smasberoo, at Th e Barn (79th St Causeway) . Lean personnel, and other CiTY. .......... .STATE. ........ZiP......
Horne sold her NY home for 75 grand and hustled off to the friends whose help I could not r, C ABC C 30.OAT CHARGE C C.O.D.

Coast to Join her estranged hubby Lennie Haytoo. . Healthy do without. Pl..C..CHECK add 3%ENCLOSED.sla. tax. Colt .f C lII"dlln MONEY outside ORDER err ," .
guffaws greeted ex-champ Joe Louis' wearing of hippie love Thank you, ngulr delivery soil rill ko .ddd. 25112./H
beads at New York Kipps...hats brother, from your'one- Candace Gooden SUPPORT WEIGHT. Sunny neutral
man-newspaper, who knows everybody and everybody's racket, 114-59 157th St. taupe.Proportioned. 8K-11 Reg 4.95 hosiery street floor DOWNTOWN MIAMI
but who is allways giving some poor sucker a break] Jamaica, N. Y. 11434. . .3.95.3 pr1185. (at ell 7 Burdme's stores)
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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 9, 1968 ALPHA DELTA I


NAACP local' Branches Map Neg''ro History. Observance OBSERVES.HISTO..- YI.IICII. NEGRO

Las Brooklyn, N. Y, and Elmira, Alpha Delta chapter of the
Tenn.,
Units of the National Asso- leadership of Thomas W. fectiveness will feature theweek's Pa., Knoxville, National Sorority of phi
Nyack, N. Y., N. Y. Delta
ciation for the Advancement branch program. Vegas, Nev.,
Bright, president, an Kappa invites you to Join them
of Colored People across the e ig h t-day program,Feb 11- The Association's branch in observance of Negro His.
country will observe Negro 18, will present such speakers department reports that there Winfield Wins "Round The tory Week, on Sunday, Feb
History Week, Feb. 12-17, In as Gloster B. Current, have been many requests for 18, at 4 p.m at St. Paul AME
a series of special events. NAACP director of branchesand "Two Songs for Freedom"'and World Trip For Two Church, 1892 NW 51 Street
South Carolina's 63 field administration; Wil- The -
enthusiastic response to the Topsagroupofgfrls
branches are celebrating the liam H. Booth, member her anything says sponsored
"Suggestions for Observing Promise gain. by Alpha Delta
week with their annual Negro NAACP Board of Directors, Negro History Week" dis- Roosevelt WIn U e I d. Just so "Why fly a domestic airline Chapter, and outstanding
History Calendar Tea culmi- and chairman New York City tributed by the Association. she flies Pan Am. from Miami to Los Angeles," mjsical talents of Dade County
nating in a statewide rally with Commission on Human Rights; Outstanding events have you can always spot the he argued, "when you can take Mll be featured on this program -
Clarence Mitchell, director of Monsignor Archibald V. Mc-
been scheduled by chapters in Roosevelt Winfields of this pan Am by way of Guatemalaand .
the NAACP Washington Lees member of NAACP
,
Gadsden, Ala., Atlanta, Ga., world--they come up winnersand really live it up. The cost Suror Annie Hudson, chair
Bureau, as the principal Board of Directors Mal
; New Iberia, La., New Britain, they laugh all the way to difference is only change." man, Soror Myrtle Bullard,
speaker. G d
o o e, United National cor-
Conn, North Chicago, Ill, the payroll cage. They ha.ven They lined up to buy tickets. youth guidance chairman
respondent for ABC-TV and
Elsewhere several others.In Canton, Ohio, Stillwater, well-go-go. Winfield is president of the
branches have arranged week- Gary, Ind., mass meet- Okla., McKeesport, P?., Pro- pan American Employees' "Any where In the Word(
long programs for the occasion ings, special displays and a vidence, R.I.,Compton,Calif., Association which supervisesthe you want to go"
In Easton Pa., under debates; on Negro church ef- Durham, N. C. ; Meadville, airline's float in the daz- TltKm tafT
zling annual Orange Blossom
parade. This is the stunner NO MORE 4T

I Coca-Cola Gives Away Negro History Magazines prelude Blossom football to Miami's classic Orange between --'I'WI

1 the two best Negro relY l. BUQE#(j
The Coca-Cpla Company is at no cost through their local easytoread approach to the teams in the nation. "Your
attempting to fill an edu- Coca-Cola Bottling Com achievements of Negroes in Winfield and his wife, Neighborhood Trovel
I cational gap by offering Golden ponies American and World history. Agnes, live at 1730 NW 68th Agents"

Legacy, the illustrated Negro Golden Legacy magazine is "These issues should be Street, Miami. Their son, At near to you at your
history magazine,to the public unique in its colorful and placed in the hands of all Clarence, 18, is a freshman at telephone. Give us a call
We deliver.
children, black and white.. ." Florida A & M. Winfield's Ave. FR 98451.1104 Chas NW 3rd C,
says Dr. Charles H. Wesley, prizes also included$250 cash North, Manager.
AKA's Executive Director of The Association and free lodging at Interconti-
Negro HeritageProject
for the Study of Ne- nental Hotels.

gro Life and History, Inc.
ROOSEVELT WINFIELD

"In supporting this series I IxiftU1
The Coca-Cola Company is Winfield has been pan
Zeta Gamma Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority helping to developaricherun- American World Airways employee ::7jflTh4
saw a need for presenting worthwhile contributions of our most derstanding and appreciationof for 27 years. He is a
important American Negroes to our community.After canvas- the American heritage, and big happy man of 58 with eyes
sing our public schools we found that several classroom teach- it is helping to promote better that roll like billiard balls. i
ers included Negro Heritage as a part oftheir social studies relations between individualsand And he is supremely dedicated -
curriculum. Mrs.Leona Sw1l1ey's fourth-grade class at Kelsey groups," says Dr. Benja- to a simple and workable
Pharr Elementary School is doing Just that. min Quarles of Morgan State credo; NOW PLAYING. y ,- .a 'H,, .fIRST MIAMI, WlNGMARUUANA
College. "Complete Personal Ser-
Anthony Stanley, a member of that class did extensive research vice, that's what I belie vein,"
on Frederick Douglas, a Freedom Fighter. Here are Sharing their enthusiasmfor says Roosevelt Winfield. He AT ISSUEHarsh
some of the facts Anthony compiled for this column. Golden Legacy are such says it in All Capital Letters.

Frederick Douglas 1817-1895 organizations as The NAACP, Winfield applied his work- Laws Challenged in Court,
Colonel Lloyd owned over 1,000 slaves. And on one of his The National Urban League, ing philosophy when he got his '
plantations Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey was born. CORE, The National Educa- first Pam Am Job -- cleaning Attacked Within Government
When he was still a toddler his mother had to leave him. He tion Association and the US airplanes at Dinner Key in- k
was self-taught and was easy to learn.When he !got to be about Dept. of Health.EducationandWelfare. 1940. He carried it on like a
20 yars old he and\ 5 others escaped the farm. Fred told banner at his next Job, main- Marijuana:I : '
the others to follow the North Star and it would guide them to tenance, at the old 36th Street :

free states. The other'saves i were:, put in Jail. But friends. If you, your church, school, Airport. Today he is lead-man EUPHORM or CRUTCH?'
,
saved Fred. of
maintenance sifters at
the
'or .
< organization are interested
T1........gi, of dr wtt; :.;:;....
They helped him to and he his to Miami executive o:
escape changed name j in receiving available and future office, and It. : Inl..t 1..et. "
Frederick Douglas. He married and escaped from mobs to En- | issues of Golden Legacy, I'his pride still blazes in a quick sr ;L MariuanasMYTHICAL
land. People collected$700 for him tobe free and 2,100 for his write to the Sales Promotion 'smile.
work, Fred started a newspaper called the North Star. He helped ]Dept. of your local Coca-Cola When Winfield won his Does 'Grass' Have '
establish the underground railroad,which helped thousands j Bottling Co., 301 NW 29th St., :;round-the-world trip in the
of Negroes gain their freedom. He lived across the freedom ]Miami i Fla. Golden Legacy .Every Employee a Salesman I IHERAPElfflCVAlUEr.r
line and they used his house as a refuge. ]Magazine is published by Fitzgerald 'Contest, fellow workers EFFECTS

Douglas met Pres. Lincoln. Soon almost all Negroes were I j Publishing Co., Inc., ;shouted their joy. His winning LTSSS ASSERTS. ,
free. Lincoln and 'Box 264, St. Albans, N. Y. 1 pitch was directed right to the t 'Claims that =
Douglas sfor the
got 1,000Negrotre>q> Civil T.wr sand
traveler's weakness--a bar- tpoius .......\'tI Il
War. After that Lincoln was killed. 'OU : ,
On March 4, 1881 Douglas was given the Job as Marshall for i'o
the District of Columbia. He was that city's first Marshal. e T Ma iua '' shoved

Douglas died on February 20, 1895 as a great Freedom 1 palate' e
Fighter.If .
LEGALIZE
'
your class would like to make a contribution to Negro "DtAOR1
_
heritage through this column please call Frederica Smith, at NOW SHOWING ', 'POT' I
635-0222 or The Miami Times. DRIVE-IN THEATRE 4 < ?
:on t rove..,over
m.r!
g Into hIII ,/an
Freedom Foundation Notes :; that ntariJ\I&na I itInfn fa

Hours

Negro History N ACAPULCOWCRKS//41. i


Week Feb. 12-17 , , I s eI


Valley Forge, Pa.- In observance ton G. Reeve, pastor, Valley
of Negro History Forge Methodist Church and O t
Week, February 12-17, inclu- senior vice president of Free- I --iii
sive, Freedoms Foundation doms Foundation, will pre-
Valley Forge will recognizethe side. I I e ,
contributions of Negroesto
the American culture.

The week-long observancewill Civil ServiceThe AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL
present*
be marked by exhibits focusing

on the achievements Interagency Board of #
and Negro contributions to the U. S. Civil Service Examiners
American way of life by out- for Florida 1 located at 123
standing Negroes. The exhibits South Court Avenue, Orlando, ,4 lM'
will be displayed in the has issued te following examination .
George Washington Carver announcement to fill ? .a.rJir
Project of the American Free- positions throughout the State PATH CDLDRPAmANoIA
dom Center on the Founda- of Florida with the exceptionof
tion's campus at historic Val- ten counties In Northwest pa.e+ D AMA INYIiY

ley Forge, Pa. Florida. a I M B I N DIJA( I .
The collection will be on Card Punch Operator,GS-2 OSMATT HELM MflA MAR :
view daily from 10 to 4
a.m. & GS-3 ($4108 $4466 per
p.m.; and on Saturday from 10 year) TM AIM R$ PLUS
a.m. to 3 p.m. Groups are invited Applications will be accepted .

to make reservations for until further notice, and Sf NtA BERGER'JAN CE RUIE JAMES GREGGRY'BEVERLY AGAMS 1Dewtm' '-} Every TORTURE
special viewing.
should be
sent to the inter-
IMIVgr/S q l k'w.'i.KNtM1MllM4.C.4 : G+4..wkyM4'4bw4ah -
Vesper services will be held agency Board of U. S. Civil wrAVaOn'OYF..d d1G4d1 known to man 1
each day at 4 p.m.in the Foun- Service Examiners for Florit,123SouthCourtAvenue EXTRA 1trv nprAr ADDED W-TEct ecoLQR a' c ww..r.. s's Mo;., I civilized or : I

dation's new Faith of Our Fathers savage...
Cpapel.The Rev.Hamil- Orlando, Florida 32801. "BEOBGY GIRL" LYNN REDGRAVE
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Dade's Waste :


Dept. Begins. a


o 1V f; New ScheduleResidents .


of the unin-
corporated areas of Metro-
1 BY DAVE BOMDU / : politan Dade County will dis-
rt cover their neighborhoods
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cleaner beginning Monday
Next week being the week of the north-South Golf Tourna- (Feb. 5) as the county's Waste
ment, I thought I would reprint a Psalm that was sent to us by Division i begins its twice-
our son,Dave,Jr, who is in the 291st Army Band at Fort Ben- monthly trash service.
ning. This psalm is dedicated to participants in the tourna-
ment and golfers everywhere. We do not know who wrote this The new schedule, a 100 per
version, but here it is; cent increase service in re
turn for somewhat less than a

The Pro is my Shepard) I shall not slice. 22 per cent increase in gar-
He nnketh me to drive straight down green fiarways, bage fees, calls for collec- -k'
He leadeth me safely across still water ''hazards tions north 01 NW 20th St.dur-
He restoreth my approach shots. ing the first and third weeks
He leadeth me in the paths of accuracy for my game's of each month,and south of NW 1 E 4.
sake; 20th St. the second and fourth
Yea though I 'clip through the roughs in the shadows of weeks.
sand traps
Waste Division Director
I will fear no bogies; . for his advice is with me . ,.
John J. McCue has
His putter and irons they comfort me . requestedthe 1,
cooperation of residentsin d
He preparath) a stragety for me in the presence of mine off
holding yard cleaning
He opponents anointeth, my head with confidence'The chores and placement of trash Brenda Kincey, Sweetheart of the Bethune-Cookman College Chapter of Alpha
cup will not be runneth overt! in public right-of-ways until Phi Alpha, Inc. displays what is perhaps the largest Valentine received on campus.
the weekend just before pickup Oea/a./ honor student Brenda
Surely birdies and eagles shall follow me all the roundsof is The fraternity sweetheart is a sociology major from An I
my life, scheduled. works as an assistant in the Office of Scholarships and Loans. The heart shaped
And I will score in the low eighties, forever. "This practice will greatly flowers is a gift from membersof the fraternity.

Improve the appearance of
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Raymon: Thornton our community," McCuesaid. between 215 St. to NW 20th St.,
Trash collection schedulesfor and the weeks of the 12th and IBy
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Bessie Jones the month of February are 26th from NW 20th St. to the Sunlight Chatter Box
the weeks of the 5th and 19th south county line.
VIP OF THE WEEK: Judge James Mathews MRS NORSE HOLLINGER
handicap." Mayme told him he should be playing with her, because ing to Winter Haven Florida,
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Mrs. Ollie Williams (Mother of he was definately out-c 1 ass e d in that g r 0 up . Al We the students at Sunlight Feb. 15, to be examined by the
Dwight) Daniels, a golfer from Chicago who is coming down to get revenge Beauty School are practicingvery State Board for their cosme-
for his friend who I showed how to play golf the Florida hard for a hairstyling tologists license. They are:
I felt nauseaus when I heard the news ofthe young teenagerwho way, was stranded in South Carolina with auto troubles. Calledto contest to be held in the near Mesdames, Lovella Vickers,
was shot to death ina school corridor. Lord knows I have tell me to "stay sharp" cause he's gonna get here or bust. future. The contest will be Mattie Jones, Lucy Byrd,
talked about this gun law for ten years . even to the point Eddie Gray and John Anderson )paid his way to Miami just to among us, as a challenge, we MIL ttle cain,We all wish them
where people laughed at me for trying to get a better and beat me. Will report on the scores after tournament time . all are looking forward to that success in passing their
stronger gun law .but Ralph Renick of WTVJ and Commis- Expecting my good buddy Duke Jenkins and his wife and gang day. Mrs. Dorothy Brown is examinations, and to former
sioner Alex Gordon had the foresight to seethe need and took this week . .In fact,all you'11 hear after tourney time is who still recovering from her ill- students who took the exam in
issue with me to bring this law into being those many years was here and what they did. In reality, there are a bunch of ness, and we are hoping she January, and are now licensed
ago. They too, were beaten back by the riffle association, and folk already here getting their games straightened out from will be with us soon. cosmetologist, we wish you
the idea died for a few year . but I refused to give up, the cold weather. Four of our students are go- all,losts of success.
,.Then, when ourC'Commissioner, Mrs. M.A thai ie Range That's it for this week . Till the next one LIVE LIFE,
gained her post, I asked for her help, which she gladly gave, EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT. PEACEI!
# for she is also afar-seeing person an .could see the need. At 'f N !
t' better law has been'made, yet, guns are still floating around
. as we expected them to do for a while. "Toombstone Ter- I
ritory" is not dead yet, because nobody wants a really rigid Ld Mr. WaltersPROUDLY I
gun law until someone in their fmily has been killed, then you
can hear them for miles asking for it. People who carry guns:
without a license should be jailed . no question asked. The PRESENTSA
27 municipalities should endorse a standard gun law that will FAREWELL TRIBUTE TO
automatically jail a person carrying gun for one year as they 1't
do in New York, with the same to a visitor who buys a gun in
Dade County. This does not apply to hunters with rifles that .. MR. PERCOLATOR
are "broken down" and not concealed, nor does this say that
a person is denied the right to have the protection of a gun in ;'- "BURNING UP YOUR LOVE" "GOT A THING FOR YOU BABY"
their home for family and property. But if you are going to
have a gun in your home, for goodness sake please teach your Fri. & Safe Feb. 16 & 77
children what they are ?the damage they can do . how to
use them properly,for protection. ..and not to touch them for AT THEContinental
any other reason. I do not like having to go over the business
of gun, year in and year out and more than you enjoy readingthe ClubMUSIC
same thing over and over, but you are human as I am, andit
grieves all of us when something like this happens. I am
through with it until election time, and if the County Commis- :; BY
sions do not do something about this gun situation, they are go-
ing to have a one man picket (me) to get a uniform gun law in ;: frank Williams
this beautiful and happy County of ours.If they want votes,,they
had best remember that guns take the lives of those who vote ri
for them, too, and it is their duty to protect the citizens who AND THERocketeers
vote'them into office,as well as the children of this county who
are the voters of tomorrow. Nuff said. : BIBB0HPDIECE;

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT:'Margie Day,name you might FEATURING
not remember because it has been a good ten years since her The House of Balfour pre-
records with Griffin Brothers sents "Miss Sadiddy" of 1968in BeaverMr.
the were being played by our Little ( SOUL STUFF)
local disc jockeys as well as nationally,retired from show Color, showing the stylish
business to get married and have a family. Well, Margie has stout, sponsored by Kelly's Percolator
come out of retirement and was seen on Mike Douglas Showa Chapel Methodist Church Sun-
couple of weeks ago. She worked at Mr. Kelly's in Chicagoand day, Feb. 11, at 4150 NW 7th PLUS
followed that with the Diplomat Hotel in Hollywood on the Ave., from 4:30 to 6-.00 p.m. The Continental Dancers *
Beach. Margie has made the big come back and has three There will be doorprizes.Donation -
more shows with Mike Douglas lined up .. . one big specialTV Advance $1.00, at door
show . and some of the plush clubs around the country $1.25. Pictured above is one
I had not seen Margie in 18 years until the otter night at the of the models, Geneva Gar-
Diplomat and we are most happy for her and wish her the best land. NOW IS THE TIME FOR ALL MIAMI TO

of everything. She deserves it all for her voice categorizesher SHOW THAT THEY ARE PROUD TO HAVE
with the greats like Nancy Wilson, Carmen McRae, Ella
Fitzgerald class Have you seen the new Brownsville Drug YOUNG GENERATION PRODUCED ANOTHER NATIONAL STAR.
Store on 27th Avenue at 47th Street?It is brand new, and looks
like an advertising for a beautiful store of the year award, or SOCIAL & CIVIC CLUBThe
a fashion magazine for "pill pushers" Doc.Wealter is proudas
a peacock of this modernistic drug store that has every- Young Generation Social A Mr. Walters Production
thing. The only thing missing is wall-to-wall carpets to We & Civic1 i Club under'lead-,'. : ,
are proud Jo have.;suchastoreinte area, and wish him much ership of play boy President IT'S GOT TO BE GOOD
success . Sez the customer to?the waitress'one, of the big William Mickens, capped offa 4' '
chain restaurants, "Let's have a little service here."She sez, beautiful sales party in pre- I
"that Just what you're getting, LITTLE service" . Don lude to raffling off a chrystal The Continental Club ".
"Schoolboy" Perkins moved into the "Big league" of golfers chandlier purchased from the

Sunday . Namely Eugene Clapp, George Butler and James Lighting Center Inc. N.W. 60th St. at, 7th Avo.,
Adams (known as some of the better golfers of this area) . Look for action from this . . .
and pleadingly. said, "But fellows, I've got a legitimate 15 jetset club. I.. .- .".. ... . '.. .. . . . .. .". .. ." ,,



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Round About fair Challenges Community At Carver BlastoffGreater 1

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Miami Urban Lea- Dorsey Chapman, publisher er Shop and Artistic Flower soloist. He was accompaniedby
Talk gue Executive Director Tal- Garth C, Reeves, Project Atlas Shop. Richard Strachan who also
madge W. Fair challenged the Director was presented an Other notables in attendancewere gave a piano prelude and postlude -
_BY JIMMY "SCOOP" community Monday evening to Outstanding News Coverage Carver Branch Execu- .
BETHELTHE
jet the Carver Y into what he award by Executive Committee tive Committee members the In his remarks ending the

GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY. . FBI Director called the "postcivilized"era member Oscar Weaver Rev W. F, Savoy and James program, project Atlas Director -
Edgar J, Hoover grandstand play try ing to connect' "Black of so-called "Colored" And Executive, Committee Copeland, Project Atlas Flight Garth C. Reeves announced -
Power" movement with the U. S, Communist Party Hoover branch YMCA's by giving Vice Chairman Robbie Wright Directors Henry Arrington, the 1968 Membership
said, 'The Black Power' development in th racial/J i eld Is wholehearted support to theCarver's presented Outstanding Adult Ezekiel Burrows and David Drive goal of 225 new memberships -
tailor-made for the tECP, ,He charged Stokely Carmichael 1968 Membership Volunteer Awards to Howard Williams; United Fund Agencies and $3,500. He indicated I
and Rap BrownwithSNCCanditheirBlack( power') has creat- Drive, Project Atlas, launched Carter, Deputy Director of Budget Director WilliamF that he and the Project .
ed a climate of unrest and come to mean to many Negroes, the with a Blastoff Dinner atToby's Project Atlas, and Mrs. Vera Wynne and radio person- Atlas Team were confident '
power to riot, burn, loot and kill and to use violence to free Cafeteria. Whaley ality Blanche Galloway. Jack that the community's response :
themselves A special thanks for donatedservices Barber was in attendance in of the out-
from oppression and to win full freedom Hoover As main speaker of the rep- support clearly
is went to Toby's cafe- resenting the MetropolitanMiami standing work done at the
wrong , Black Power only means that the Negro men evening, Mr. Fair delivered a being
(U, S, Black-men) must standup and be counted, by claiming brilliant, inspiring address in teria, House of Photography, YMCA Board. Carver Y would far exceed the
his rightful place in the United States. The Negroes call which he traced the YMCA in Perry's Florist, Dell's Flow John calloway was guest announced goal
them what you may are not interested in
Communist or any Negro communities through ?
other slave party, we are fighting now to free ourselves of three stages of development Yt E Er :
bondage. The only party we want now,"is Civil Rights party" -- the "pre-civilized" era ofhandmedown f
Even before the birth of this nation the black American (up second class [
to this day) has been the"whiteAmerican'sbest (maybe their facilities and equipment and

only true) friend. RobertSteeleCollier, 31, former mem- bare survival programs; the
ber of the 'Black Nationalist movement also convicted of Lib- "civilized" era of separatebut -
erty and the Washington Monument was hired by the NYV Park unequal I facilities and

Dept as a recreational director, Jan 12. , He was paroled equipment and ,unrealistic,
from Lewisberg federal Jail on March JobpayS $5,750 , non-community produced
Incidents like that one, makes one think"true or false." Was programs: which lacked community -
that incident a sell out of, (or to hurt) the Negro Civil Rights support; and the yet to
Movement? How jnany clean-cut young men without jailor con- be achieved "post civiled"era KMJVtM
viction records could have used that job?Unlessl! Like the Impressions of adequate facilities and I

sings "Moving on up,We're a Winner" , Miami equipment and creative, com-
Beach-boy jewel thief Jack(Murf the Surf) Murphy to catch a munity shaping programs: I H-1 r
thief of the "famed star of India Sapire and other gems from conceived, engineered and

the NY daily papers front pages, Jan. 29, for his "hysterical executed by the community itself -
attempt to escape from Miamicops, during attempted rob- through its interest,
berYl Jumpin thru' a glass door head through its 0"
first. 'That's really appreciation for .
trying to lose his head). Jack (MurftheSurf) Murphy, "Walkson the much needed work the Y -({' -. ...:'\, ..
the Wild Side," where the authorities are digging up human can do in serving not only its
keletons buried in old wooden boxes (some headless bodies youth and young adults but its d :1I1: jL' ,
and some with crushed heads) expects to start a nation-wide adults as well, and through its : '

investigation of all prisons ,,"The roll call," expect to find full support.He .
hundreds of more bodies "Violence and brutality" how
were Negroes? many praised the innovationsat Talmadge/ Fair, executive director of the Greater Miami Urban League, addressesthe
theCarver Ymade by Program YMCA Blastoff Dinner at Toby's Cafeteria, Monday night. Shown seated are
Director Ray Thorntonand Howard Carter, Samuel Rogers, China Valles and Garth C. Reeves, Sr. -- House of
'- the current program of activities Photography photo.
M there But he placed "
squarely before the commun-
ity the decision to further develop -

.,ate this program, or to refuse -
to take hold of the great

opportunity it has for self-di- Perfect for clothesand
rection and fall cowardly back permanent-press

Y of into complaining the "pre-civilized'self-pityuthis era ( everything you wash) ,

which would be a clearly unjustifiable Saves hours of ironing time \
-- - and deplorable act ,
EULA BONES OUR GIRL OF THE WEEK Eula l is in ,these the latter decades of t.!.''"',"... :I"!"i '," ', ..
"Sweet Sixteen" and pretty, she hails from Brownsville(Mia- the 20th century "" '

mi) , She's a 10th grade student at Miami Jackson"High, The program,emceed by the : : '7: :;: ?:{;
also, a member o f the "Girls Athleletic Association. Fav- popular radio personality : : ,,
orites, m u sic- j jazz, singer Arthur Prysock, songs"EbbTide" China Valles included the
and "No where to go." Hobby-fishing, likes, Sam and ,
presentation of awards to
Dave (Soul Man) Singers. No steady boyfriend. Ambition"To perons.m.kbg -
outstanding con-
be a medical doctor" "
tributions to the Carver Y during
its 1966-67 season Out-
TEEN TALK AND SOUL MUSIC SURVEY. James Brown F '
standing YouthAwards went to %
(king records) hits, "I can't stand it"and"there was a time." ( ..-
James (Mr Dynamite) Brown,recently bought Knoxville Tenn, Glass Michael McBride and Yvette _ ;! _ _ _
radio station, WJBE for $75,000, of which he became president Branch, presented by Carver I ,
Executive Committee
, Sam and Dave's "IThank You," dedicated to Chris- i
Chairman Jefford
Smith.
tine Gibson and Byron Herbert,the lovers.. "Sam and Dave"
opens at the NY ((125th Street)Apollo Theatre, Feb. 9 . Arthur An outstanding staff mem-
Prysock's latest hit, "A Working Man's Prayer," to the ber award was presented arts
Robert Edgersons of Carol City, 3511 NW 208th Street , and crafts instructor Walter
Barbara Mason's,Oh How It Hurts dedicated to the newly weds Mitchell by Executive Com-
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sutton (she's the former Delores Rut- mittee Member Mrs Helen
ledge) of 911 3rd St., West Palm Beach The five Stair- Do r s e tt Mrs. Dorsett received -
steps, "A Million to One" to buddy, Mr James Lyons, 6101 an outstanding execu- a
Bunche Park East Drive , "Tribute to Miss Eartha Kitt. tive committee member award
There are millions of 'mothers' hearing of their sons getting presented by Project Atlas -
killed and shot-up every day over in Vietnam,for unexplainable Flight Director Mrs.Dana
reasons. Any one of these mothers would have said the same

thing to Mrs. Lady Bird Johnson.. Eartha Kitt only stoodupto
be c o u n t e d. She did stray across the other of the t"et-
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track," but she found her way back. Glad to have her aboard ., o r
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s .-fr
? James carr's "A Man Needs A Woman," dedicated to ______
Eddie Bethel and pretty Dorothy Lee,the Carol City twosome DOUBLE ACTION 9I1
. Like the Soul Survivors say "Explosion in Your Soul," /COLORS HAIRlUa
"Without Love." (Oscar Toney Jr,). This is Scoop Bethel .ZORESSESNIIRINPIIkELOOK $,
saying, "Time and tide waits for no man." C-U-NX-WK.


A FLAMELESS ELECTRIC DRYER gives clothes better
WHO'S IN TOWN!
care. Gently tumbles them dry, soft, fresh-looking and readyto

People come from other states to see this gifted man wear. . protected from color fading or yellowing by the sun.

The Great "Doc" Buzzard's Son You can do your laundry on rainy days or at night.
Washday drudgery is banished. And a flameless ELECTRICdryer

WILL BE AT THE NEW AIR CONDITIONED costs less to buy. . less to use.

See your electrical appliance dealer now
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GARBAGE CANS 20 GAL SIZE, $1.88

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 9, 1968 15

Dads Ltagve" Of Municipalities And RepHblkans


. Join In Fight For Districts

The Dade League of Munici- to each County Commissionerfrom Citizens for Better Represen- in recent years to improve."
palities Friday threw Its sup- districts, in the interestsof tation to bring about electionon The Board of Directors of
port and resources behind the political fortitude and as requested districting and its ultimate the Dade League, Lockward
campaign to have the question of Metro Charter Re- success." reported, had reversed its
of district elections of county view Board by organizations Lockward, who also is earlier stand to wait until the
commissioners placed on the representing a majority j of President of the Hialeah City Fall elections for a District I

May primaryballoturgingthe Dade residents, on May primary -. Council, 'reminded the county campaign, after "much studyand .
County Commission to call the ballot as a due processin officials that "This is not an discussion." .t
election in the interest of"po- democratic representationof attack on Metro but process t. I IiSS Iw I

litical fortitude." the people. to improve Metro governmentwhich "The more we went into the
League President WilliamH. "Dade League stands ready both you and the Dade problem, the more we realizedthat
Lockward sent telegrams to do everything possible with League have joined together by November, districtingwould

be a dead issue.

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"Now isthe time. The peo-
ple are fed. up with being
represented by Commis-
sioners who could care less
about their needs, which we all
realize are complex and varied -

I ; !F ," Lockward added. c 644\4

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The Citizens for Better ...
i ,( : scheduledto .
representation are '- 55.
I + ; I : Tuesday before the :

I "j. \ : county appear commission requestingone "Up With pie"; At Edison I
last time if the commis-
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1.111''l. ... sion will schedule the district '
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and Northwestern
: 't. l'
\ \ ? t election.
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k-? : ,,'w f" j t J1r'" ,.. .: '" i i' "Up with People!" the famous The cast demonstrates the
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"ti 'J't" ,' :. : Otherwise, the CRB is pre- sing-out musical, will be new type of American who is
pared to collect enough nameson presented for students of Mi- ready to sacrifice his own
petitions, about 45,000, to ami-Edison High School and aims and gains to building
'I' :" force the question to be placedon Northwestern High School, working relationships aroundthe

9 y A t : ,,, the ballot. Friday, Feb. 16, by a cast of world through a constructive
., more than 200 youths from 43 approach to world issues.
The League Board also ask- states and 18 countries. Many see this spirit as the key
Phi Beta Sigma launches its second annual Scholarship Sweetheart Contest. to redirecting the negative
ed that each city be urged to
The young ladies from left to right: Laurastine Gibson, Michelle Jones, Bobbie join in the battle leading up to The production an out- protest and unproductive
Reaves and Barbara Williams are the first four lovelies to enter this week. You the May primary. growth from a Moral Rearmament apathy, many of the younger
will see the second group of six young ladies in this same spot next week. The win Conference, will be repeated generation demonstrate.The .
ner of this contest will be jetting to Europe on a twenty-day tour this summer. Help for the general public youths appeared in Dade
your favorite contestant.Balloting. Saturday, Feb. 17, at the Mi- County last year and were
-- ami Beach Auditorium and given rooms in private homes.
Wednesday and Thursday, Rooms are needed again this
76-Year-OM Alabama Feb. 21 and 22, at the Dade year for one and two weeks.
Heavy So County Auditorium. Ticketsfor Information can be secured
the public presentationsare from Judy Noble, 688-4344 or
Youhis Research $2, $3 and $4. 8885134.

far For 'r. '' "

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Woman of the Year"Who t ( Birmingham;,*aAla dftli] ''Asp; .:senior. at, Parker:f'ig '' r,'.
School r..olcs'Biac1e Watson isn't what
I : ,, 16"ye; saying. 11
'
j research he's doing now.
is your choice for the work, community relations, $, But his teachers, won't be,surprised, whatever: it is. j
Woman of theYear?" A Mi politics and the professions. As a ninth grader, ,.he< grafte ,skin of an,douroldchick
ami"Times reader was heard The panel of judges includes to another... The :chick, ; with the new skin lived to I
asking a friend yesterday.For : Mrs. Ruth Polite, retired be, frying size.. ;
school teacher; Mrs. As a 10th grader he took the kidney of one'dog and
a contest panel of five Thelma McDonald, GirlScout transplanted into another The dog suffered no ill effects -""; '<
judges, prominent in commun- Executive ; Mrs. Mayme -.and even bore ,a litter of eight puppies few:
ity affairs assigned to select Bondu, Metro Public Relations months later. '
the winners, the selection will Agent; Mrs. Barbara Gross, AS an 11th grader Watson tookseveral embryo rats
remain in doubt right down to Assistant Director of Educa- from the bodies of their mothers and kept them alive
.
the voting deadline, Feb. 24. tion EOPI; and Mrs. May Dell for hours In mechanical! womb which he designed and I
The judge's decision is final. Braynon, housewife. I. built. I

The contest is cosponsor- Joe Black special marketsfor ;, He saysr/his interest; in such, things began when he "I
ed by Miami Times and Grey- and president r' joined a science club, : his, first Year at parker. .'! , j
hound Lines, Inc. All readersof of the Greyhound National Association of His skin graft project took first prize In a local ; ,
the Times who want to give Market will host I ,science fair The fair was for,Negroes only, and win. ; '1 1I
recognition to Developers I ners could not enter regional contests., ;i' .<,*
outstanding the Feb. 27 luncheon. He will
men for their service to the present a silver bowl to the \ This discouraged Watson, but one of the:judges Was $*j[ u
I ,a professor at the lfniyersityofAlabamaMedical Center =::;,f\I\ -
community nominate ; .
may to II
and similar
winner trophies
their service to the opening the \ .. He invited the student to use his lab at the center' \ '' 1.__
runnersup.If and Watson jumped at the chance. 1
dayof the contest, Jan. 26, it I : 'i'T - -
was apparent that there were you haven't voted yet, it In his first kidney transplant the dog many choices for Woman of isn't too late. There is no restrictions the successful experiment. _
the Year. onthenumberoftimes '''In May, 1966, Watson read about the problems bf unborn -
you may vote. Voting babies whose parents had different RH factors. He
The winner and two runnersup may be don on the ballot included began speculating on the possibility of removing them
will be announced and hon- in this issue of the Miami from the mother's womb to safety.He .
ored at a special luncheon Feb. Times or on a facsimile began work on a mechanical device that would
27, on the rooftop dining room which is acceptable.Each solve the three major problems involved--circulating
of the Everglades Hotel. blood through the embryo, supplying it with oxygen and NEW PRIMARY"C" SCHOOL OPENS .
>f1'
Nominations have been received ballot should includethe removing its wastes.
Pictured here marching into their new school are some of
to the name of the nominated his devise rat's unborn lived
according After building a young
the 245 pupils, six to seven years, who were leaving Holmes
judges, for women from all man, her business or home ad- for four hours in it. Normally, Watson says,the cutoffof Elementary Headstart Portables last Monday, and entering
phases of community life in dress and tell why she shouldbe oxygen and blood would kill an embryo within min
their school the
new Primary"C"School,757 NW 66th Street.
considered for the award.
Miami They said readers
have nominated women in such Only women living in the Mi- utes.Meanwhile, the regional science fairs were opened to On hand to receive the pupils were several school officials.
fields as family life, social ami area are eligible. Negro students and Watson's artificial womb took first Among them, left to right (top), Cleomie Bloomfield, Patricia
I .------------------.-------------- place. In the International Science Fair last April,his v Frost, Inservice director; Erwin Marshall, project manager;
entry took second place in ithe medicine division. Agenoria Paschal, assistant principal; Clifford Matthews,
I ENTRY BLANK This led to an invitation from Dr. Alex Contopoulos ; community schools director; Thelma Crowder, principal,
of the University of California Medical Center in San Holmes Elementary t and Audrey Lederman. (Bottom) The
I j My choice for Woman of the Year is: Francisco to Watson to spend th summer of 1967 children, singing happy songs, are seen entering their new

I working in his lab, He quickly accepted. building. Diaz Photo
NAME . . . . .. . . . . Since return.he has been just as busy;

ADDRESS . . . . . . . . <. . . . . . . he"Pve won't been what in the his lab current almost everydaY"he said.But."' ',' ,
project
I I say is.,4 CALLING ALL BOYSAre

. . . . . . . . . . .Watson has two problems Af//;:
REASONS . . .'. < .r. r One Is deciding whether to enter the University of: ;'" : you between the ages of7-12Doyou like to play base-

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alabama or the University of California after gradua-:: '. ".", ball? '
;' tion next spring He says both have given him strong\.v;, This is for you. ..

I . . . . . . . . . . I ".. support. J The Central Miami Little League will have registration nighton
. . . . . . . . . .
i
L tHis| other problem is his research animals, '. February 15, at Bonded Rental Agency, 4150 NW 7th Ave.,
of the Year,The Miami Times, .-kespecfally. the, rabbits, The keep multiplying so fast' at 7:30 p.m.
blank to Woman
Mail this
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16530 NW 15th Ave., Miami, Registration fee "is 300.

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16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February x,1968College

United Negro Fund Hit $4,629,731 Dade PTA Presents Annual


Family Life WorkshopCovering
The United Negro College income will go largely to help "It appears that a great increased substantially,

Fund announced that it received meet skyrocketing educational many individuals quickly re- representing 44 per cent of the several aspects of tative from the administrativestaff

the record sum of $4,629731 ,- costs, and to help educate the examined community response total income. He also reported education for family living,the of the Dade County Boardof
toracialstrife.andre- that gifts came from 62,000
during 1967. larger number of Negro youth
Council of Par- Public Instruction Dr. Jeff
Dade County ,
dedicated their efforts to increase individuals and organizations.
enrolled this in theFund's
Wright year
Dr. Stephen J. will
Associations West Assistant Superintendent -
ent-Teacher ,
of education as Contributions to the 1967
support
member colleges.
of the Fund reported
president Life
curriculum.
its annual Family for
that total income obtained One of the most significant a basic answer to the exclusionof campaign are being used by 33 present
Workshop on Wednesday, Feb After a question and answer
numbers American private, regionally accredited -
during the campaign year aspects of the campaign Dr. large
14 at 9:30 a.m. at and lunch break discussion -
beginning period ,
colleges ,
represented a gain of more Wright observed, was the fact Negroes from our nation'seconomy predominantly Negro
Israel 137 NE 19th sessions on the gen
than $600,000 over 1966and that the Fund's appeal achieved ," he said. and universities to help Temple ,
the largest annual increase In record levels in several In outlining further detailsof meet operating expenses of the St.Miami. Featured speaker eral program topic; "For Bet-
institutions will be Deryck Calderwood, ter or for Worse, the Family,"
and bolster
the Fund's 24-year history. large communities where the campaign, Dr. Wright ,
consultant for educational will be led Mrs.Aleeth Rob-
by
The increase in campaign riots occurred during 1967 noted that corporate supportBETHUNECOOKMAN scholarship programs for
more than 20,000 needy stu- services of the Sex Information erts and Mrs. Catherine Bitter
Tr"wafiri'iiar"ir.rw w/ir/rMM. +W.r YMPMII'MIY'11r+u.urrwwwiY4r.. ... .. ,awwf and Education Council of man, caseworker super-
.A.war.r..7i..rlwwri .ea. \ s.a r. ne. ''.w rr..r+ /... :.,... | dents.
a w a.ww.a.r.w.Mw ..,r.aj...wwr..wa.r.++r .raw.ar : The 1968 appeal will raise the United States.Mr. visors for the Family ServiceDr.
+
A aa a..a.e-Y-.awe- wlalw a n1Y wwYM- wi/IM 11M. a.w. i funds for three additional col- Calderwood directs the Lynn Bartlett, on the staff

leges, bringing the total to 36 Family Life Education Department of the Dean of Women, University -
member institutions affiliated of the Seattle public of Miami; Mrs. Vic-

LI I with the organization. With two school system, and has toria Genorio, health educatorfor

| exceptions, the Fund's mem- conducted classes in marriage the Dade County Health Department -
bership now includes every preparation and family rela- ; Farley B. Neasman,
regionally accredited, private tionships, as well as directed visiting teacher for the Dade
Negro college in the United and participated in confer- County Schools; and Dr.

States.In ences on adult-youth rela- Robert D, Noland, Chief Psy-
I addition to the 1967 cam tions, values in family life, and chologist for the Dade County

aaIT 1 paign income, distributed to education for human sexuality, Children's Psychiatric Cen-
I the colleges for operating expenses in Hawaii, where he was a ter.

the Fund last year disbursed YWCA official, and in Oregon, Family Life Education
\ : $2 million obtained where he is completing graduate chairman: for the Dade County
'' : from contributor payments toa work for a doctorate from PTA Mrs. H. S. Kruse, who

special building fund campaign Oregon State University. arranged the program for the

a... 'Vi ; conducted in 1963. Other speakers at the con- day, will give an opening state-
j The institutions affiliatedwith ference include Dr. Joseph R. ment and will participate with

M f I the United Negro College Narot, rabbi of Temple Israel; Mr. Calderwood inasummary

i Fund currently enroll nearly Dr. Ronald A. Shellow, psy- of the conclusions for the con-

..i.p- 40,000 students, and serve all chiatrist; a student represen- ference. Mrs. E. M. Willard
American youth without regard tative, Miss Bonnie Brier, a is president of the Dade County
.-: to race or creed. senior at North Miami H igh Council of Parent- Teacher

.tftr., During the past two decades, School; as well as a represen- Associations.
II. .' the Fund has distributed near-

ly $100 million to assist its

f 77. I member institutions. North-South Golf Tournament


q I Students To Turn Begins Tuesdaythe


in TextbooksOn The 15th annual Miami co-sponsors, located at
I North-South golf tournamentwill 1850 NW 42nd A venue (Le-
be held next week. tues- Jeune Road).
February 12th, (Negro
day through Saturday, Feb.
History Week) all of the
Negro
17. at the City of Miami Country RICHARDSON DEATHS
students in the state of Florida -
Club, in Miami Springs
are turning in their text- Richard Gardner, tourna- James Gray of 928 NW 55th
books. Ter., died Feb. 2. He is survived
ment director, has stated that
Most of the illustrations by a wife Mayzeller.
,J. because 0 f the everincreasing -
/,1 found in textbooks are of white Funeral services will be con-
.
numbers of entries the
j/ people. We feel that we have ducted Thursday, at 3:30: p.m.
management of the tournamentis
.J:: just as much privilege to have Feb. inSt. paulAME Church.
forced to
limit the field of
our pictures in textbooks as Rev. T. C. Kelly, officiating.Mrs. .
contestants to 250 amateurs,
they do. Therefore, this is a with the professional division Magnolia Gibson of
COLLEGE SOCIOLOGY INTERNSNine protest to obtain, through the excluded this year. 5065 NW 27th Ave., died Feb.

Bethune-Cookman College students majoring/ sociology will begin intern- School Board, Integrated The action of excluding the 2. She is survived by a mother

duties in Tampa and Daytona Beach, February 9 through May 10, according to David Textbooks. pros was taken when it was Mrs. Sophia Winfrey. Funeral
This protest will be called learned service will be conducted Fri-
Leaver, sociology intern advisor. that the Florida pros
Practicing in the Tampa area will be Barbara Davis, Miamp; Constance Grant, "Project: Textbook Turn-in" who hold PGA cards would not day Feb. 9, at 2:00 p.m. in the

Miami; Sylvia Marion, Tampa; Gloria Jackson, Jacksonville; Isiah Rhodes, Deerfield/ ; through andisbeing the State coordinated be allowed to play because of a chapel.
Mildred Sdnders, Greenville, S. C., and Terry Williams Lake Wales. The group will of the Youth Council PGA ruling on thepro shop Mrs. Martha Carson of 551
be placed in the hospital of Hillsborough County and the Welfare Board In the Daytona NAACP. ownership. NW 12th St., died Jan. 29, in
the
On
date
Beach area, Beverly Belton Palatka will be assigned to the Catholic Charities dents will designated their, stu- Headquarters for the Jackson Memorial Hospital.
place text-
Organization. Gary Jones, Delray and Eddie Zellner, Daytona Beach are assigned to books on the teachers' desk tournament will be Miami's Funeral service was con-
Juvenile Court. and Crossways Airport Inn, one of ducted, Thursday, Feb. 1.
say; "I am turning in my .
First row, 'left to right: Barbara Davis, Mildred Sanders, Beverly Belton, Gloria textbook. On Feb. 19, (the following -

Jackson. Second row, 'left to right: Terry Williams, Eddie Zellner, Gary Jones, Isiah Monday) students will
Rhodes, Sylvia Marion. them 5
pick up. v &


I College Week in High School -E SPECIAL!


__ Restyle Mon.,

Representatives of 25 sen- key said.A .
ior colleges and universitieswill statewide schedule of appearances -
be on hand for : consulta- is sponsored an- Tues. Wed.

tion in Dade County's public nually by the Florida School
high schools February 12-16. Relations Committee,which is
Only $3.88
made up of the representativesof Mrs. Harvey

Two "college fairs" will Secondary School Princi. ,

highlight the week's activities, pals, the Florida Associationof EXPERT STYLING
aimed chiefly college-bound College Registrars and Ad- &

11 graders, their parents and missions Officers, and the CLEANING

interested school personnel, Florida Guidance and Person- ., ... .... ,

announced Miss Margaret Gil- nel Association. :UI;; .'; '.;," ', "': :, ALL CREDIT CARDS HONORED
key, director of the school Colleges and universities .. .

system's guidance services. represented will include: Bar- .. ... .... .
ry College, Bethune-'Cookman IIU.. .b. .. _; 100 % Human

A Monday night fair for the College, Biscayne College, . . '. QtPlT1C"H'. .. .'.. < fE. , ,
Northeast, Northwest and Edward Waters College, ; 'j. .. ." .'. c. : < '
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North Central Districts will Florida Southern College, : U RA"lE..DTO; : .. CP bURi, .CO".DIT i o.. Hair

be held February 12 in the JohnF. Florida University, Florida .' :OR ':YOU.R' JO".EYQA K't'N"'U" :> .> Wigs
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Kennedy Health Center, Technological University, : < '
North Campus, Miami Dade Jacksonville University, New ,. ' : ;"
,: \ ;: ': :": :, ; ,, ,,1 . :
Junior College. A Wednesdayfair College, Ringling School of :" : .. '. '1'I'; I Buy 1 I/ Get 1
for the South Central, Art, Rollins Colleges, Florida il . .... .. -.n. ... . : . . Free
Southwest and South Districts A&M University, Florida Atlantic J ,.h i| .c; .$Jc j jifj li.alo'), 'pr .f ,ai. ; i\\ !!,
will be held February 14 at Mi- i iaJ1tfa.nqq'
Florida
University
ami Killian High School.The Beacon College & Seminary, .1I \ tf\ !i "' f'l'II't IQ9 !if, \\r rJIfi! \\ QI p .:,.:

events will be held from 7:30 Florida Institute of Tech- ,: H ir ,:J. k,! ';'J H 'Jt'J: rn.. ;' ,
1awe
p.m. until 9:30 p.m. Each college nology, St. Leo College, Stet- : .. ', : :
WIGS.
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:
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representative will havea son University, University of 'be 'utt's.' tCorl'.du.l'( tor t, :. .... :
conference area and mater- Florida, University of Miami, ' :tintittSO': :
A THreeMonth $uppty .
; ,
ials for distribution. University of South Florida, : WIGLETS & fALLS '

University of Tampa, Uni- : 'tE'I.PL "
{:
Aperies of other activities : 'T'e..l."Add 'll" $ '
versity o f West Florida, Mi- ,
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will be held during the weekon ami-Dade Junior College; : ... _. ::.: .. h' ::: ,.GROWERn ': .1 4419 NW 17 Ave. 6339378Ml
district basis Miss GUt',1 .
North and South Campus.


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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. February 9. 1968 17r

Boy Scoot


kr Week BeingObserved
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The 22,464 Cub Scouts, boy
Scouts, and explorers of the

Scouts of America, will
observe the 56th anniversaryof
the boy scouts of America [

during Boy Scout Week, Feb. !
'7, 13.
Theweek's theme is

"Scouting Rounds Guy Out,"
and leaders of the communitywho

-- .- _. -. ,:--- have been boy scouts will
Student Council members and tell in speeches and messages
guest disc jockey pose before dance at Dorsey
Friday, Feb. 2, Left to right: Patricia Evans, Ray Pratt, "The Young One Kinney, how scouting helped them ?.s
Roderick Sounders and president, Vanessa Haynes. boys.
They will Join with nearly 6

Dorsey Highpoint men on the basketball team are: Top row: from left Lee million other members the
Nelson, Carl Mann, Carlton Sawyer. Bottom row: from left Sherman Miller, Steve organization in every part of
James and Ronald Whi/ey./ the nation in recommitting

themselves to the scout oath

DORSEY DIARYDorsey on Thursday evening, Feb. 8,
the actual birthday of scoutingin
wins again! Dorseyhas and Clyde Black,artist. The 4. 10 has been set aside as the Unite i d States. These
been declared Zone other twenty-three membersof Dental Health Week. ceremonies will take place at
Champion in Class "B'; bas- Mrs. M. Beneby's journa- Last Tuesday Feb. 6, the scout unit meetings.
ketball for having beaten all lism class serve as reporters.A Teacher Corps sponsored a Observed nationally by
competition with a 10-0 record Parent information night at nearly 150,000 scout units in
We played each of the following group of ninth grade stu- Dorsey. This was the first ina every city and town and count- Gail L. Watson (right) and North Dade High and Presidentof
schools twice, beating dents from the world culture series of programs to tell less villages and hamlets,boy Calvin Wilcox, students at the the Dance Group and a well-
them each time Miami I class, prepared by membersof adults about jobs available for scout week is the I largest North Dade Junior High rounded student.

Springs, Drew, Robert E. Lee, the Teacher Corps, per- students now and in the future. single birthday observance by School, received the Boy and Calvin has won the PE
Allapattah, and Ida Fisher. formed in a drama directed by Small discussion groups were young Americans. Girl of the Month Award this awards and a trophy for outstanding -

University of Miami studentson formed, and a question and Through district boy scout past week from the ExchangeClub sportsmanship in
The County ChampionshipIs the university campus answer session followed. week activities, it is expectedthat of North Dade. The pla- track. He is a member of the
the next level of competition Edna Rolle covered this storyin These Parent Information the attention of the gen- que they hold was presented Boy's Club Football Team and
now that teams have been the Golden and lists luncheon last attended -
Eagle a Tuesday
nights will be conducted every eral public will have a better the Bunche park Track Team
seeded out to the zone champ- these students: Faye Spicer, other Tuesday night, so please appreciation of scouting's operation by the Exchange Club He is also a member of a band
ions. The first game of the Juliette Smith, Patricia Pratt, look forward to spending next and purposes. members and school faculty. group call the "MagnificentSic.
playoff begins Feb. 8. More Annette Smith, and R. C. Jor- Tuesday, Feb. 20, with us in Miss Watson has received ."
about this later. den. These Dorseyites deserve the best interest of your child. ---- other awards, such as, trophyfor

our praise for their CommunityNews Miss Student Council, Congratulations, Gail and
The Student Council spon- representation. After the per- SECRETARIAL award in English, ribbons and Calvin, for your outstanding
sored dance last Friday was formance, they were taken on COURSES At trophies received in track and citizenship in school and at
great success, and Dorsey a tour of the campus. field. Gail is a Majorette at home.
STILL OPENThe
thanks guest disc jockey"The Officers of our Science Club
Miami Senior Culmer CenterOn
High
Young One Kinney" for him are: Lawrence Smith, Raymond Adult Education Center, 2450 held at the Miami Beach Au- CULMER CENTER

emceeing the affair. Sands, Samuel Johnson, SW First Street, Is still accepting January 30, Mr. Phillip ditorium on Feb. 27-28. All OFFERS
Pamela Rizer, Naomi' Cobb, Johnson, acting neighborhoods boys in the Central area be-
new enrollees in beginning -
The Golden Eagle made its and Aaron Bryant. and intermediate typ- e r vi c e s coordinator of the tween ages of 16 through 26, (I CLASSES IN EDUCATIONBasic

third appearance last Monday, The Honor Society, is look- ing, shorthand and bookkeeping EOPI addressed the staff on who are Interested In boxingare Education Classes in
and a hush fell upon Dorseyas ing forward to their field tripto classes.Classes, for adultsare the 1968 Budget in regards to urged come out We have reading, writing,and arithmo.

students in their home Vizcaya, Feb. 20. also available in business cuts. It was anticipated that the a professional boxer who is tic are being conducted at Cul

rooms eagerly read this fine On February 29, the Student English, medical secretarial program might be given addi- given free time to teach box- mer Center on Monday and ,..
school paper to find out"who's Council, sponsored by Mr. H. practice legal stenography tional funds. ing. All boys who participatein Wednesday; nights from 7 to 10
,
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who" and "what's happenings Bethel, wijl go on a field tripto office practice and On Jan. 30, a meeting was the tournament may become p.m. it is felt that there is a
Eagle's staff includes Editor- office) held at the Center with all the
Pioneer City. machines Including the IBM eligible to compete in the need for these classes and they
in-chief Patricia Walker ; In addition, during the month key punch.Dr. Latin American people, to Inform tournament in Salt Lake City are offered free of charge to
Sports Editor, Lawrence them of the services at all citizens.In .
there will be assemblies on Keith Bennett Prin- and the U. S. Olympics.The .
Smith Jo Ann Sharpe, Exchange N. the center. Attorney Rivera
Dental Health, because Feb. cipal at the MiamiSenlor High Credit Union is grow-
editor Patricia Howard and Rosiro addressed the
and bounds. There addition courses be
Adult Education Center for the ing by leaps may
group in regards to the Lawsof is$15,000inSaving which offered to former students
ten that this
past years, says
is the first time the school has Florida and tenants rights means this Is the largest (high school; students) desir-

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of employers for skil- Answer Period. There will be Dade County.This was brought Earnest C. James is
led office workers. more meetings of this natureat about with initial applicationand instructor. Arthur King,
the Center, to acquaint them center director is full
CHARLESROGERS The registration fee for 25 cents. Joint the Culmer urging
with the services.
further Federal Credit Union community participation for
each course is$2,and studentsare
The first Florida Golden Chales North, reporter. all Interested parties.
required topurchasetheirown Gloves 1 Tournament will be
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18 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 9, 1968 eral services were held Saturday RANGEMiss
: "" FRANCIS at St, Mary's Linda Llpsconrt of
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Feb. ,
Mrs. Flora Belle Clark of Survivors include 2255 NW 48th St., died Tues-
D"EATtIS 240 NW list St., Apt. 3, died WM Church. She Is survivedby
day Jan. 30.
Sr. one ,
.t.tI her husband, John, ;
-I I M"EMORIA'l' S will
CARS services
Feb. 3. Funeral daughter Mrs. Vivian Williams her parents; four brothers;

be held Saturday, Feb.Survivors 10, 2 ; two sons,John, Jr.,and three sisters; her grand mo-
p.m. In the chapel. Eric one brother; two sistersten ther. Funeral services were
;
include one daughter, Mrs. grandchildren.Mrs. conducted Monday, in Antioch
IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn Muriel Drinks; one son, Ber- Baptist Church.
nard Kemp; mother Mrs.
I Bethel of
loving. memory of our sad but loving memoryof sad but loving memory of Muriel Clark; two sisters, 660 NW. Ralphealita 13th St., Apt. 4, died Mrs Nellie Thompson of

dear. sister ., my mother and father, my husband Ruth Clark and Mildred Carter Jan. 27, In Jackson Hospital. 5067-A NW 27th Ave, died recently -
In Jackson She
Funeral services were held Hospital.
FELICIA MACKEY Mrs. Lillian Thompson of Feb. 2 at Temple Is survived by her husband,
i
Friday, ,
who died, Jan. 10, 1959. 5830 NW 18th Ct., Opa-locka Baptist Church. Survivors Include Ellis; seven children, Vernon,
lied 26 at her home. Fun-
andEDMUND Jan. ,
Cynthia Janet Judy Wayne
two sons Alphonso Williams ,
MACKEYwho Marcus and Natovie two bro-
and Arthur Bethel, Jr.; ;
died Feb. 2, 1963 IN MEMORIAMIn three daughters, Mesdames, thers, Henry and Marcus

sad but loving memory of Alice 1 Kimber, M 1ry White, Perry ;' six sisters, Emma,

"Sweet are the memories that ur dear mother and sister and Dorothy Bethel; mother Moell, Georgia Ann, JohnnieLee

never fade of ones we loved Mrs. Olivia Young; one brother Mary Ford, and Eula M.
but could
never save. ; five ssters. Rockwell; her mother Mrs.
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w tr r* Eula P e r r y; an aunt, Ola,an
Angieletta Hall, daughter George Leroy Lloyd of 1126 uncle Johnny; her grand mother
John Hall
grandson r NW 1st Ct., Apt. 2, died Jan. Mrs. Ceily Thomas She
Lauretta Hall grand-
26, at Jackson Hospital. Fun- will lie in repose Thursday,
MRS. REBECCA MATHEWwho daughterIN eral services were held Saturday after 1:00: p.m. and shipped on

departed this life, Feb.8, -r Feb. 3, in the chapel. Friday to Oak field, Ga. for

1967. MEMORIAMIn Survivors include his wife, final rites.

The battle was fought and loving memory of our Marie; two daughters, Willie

the victory won.The Lord call- daughter and wifer Mae and Jacqueline ; three Mrs Mary Russel of 1142

led the one we loved to a bet- r ROBERT C. JOHNSONwho b sons, George Jr.; Hoover and NW 2nd Ave., died in Jackson
ter life. Harold; ten grandchildren. Hospital. She is survived byher

Sadly missed by. departed this life Feb. 8, t daughter Mrs. Irene
I I 1963. _n ___ Emmett Westbrook of 330- Rivers; Leon Zanders; four

Mrs. Violet Henry, sister May he rest in peace. MRS. ESTELLA E. D NW 14th St., died Jan. 25, grandchildren; three sisters,
Mrs. Eva Lawton, sister HIGHSMITHwho at Jackson Hospital. Serviceswere Mesdames Miriam Wells,

Mrs. Emma L. Goodwin, Mrs. MardgeJohnson, wife! held Feb. 5. Survivors Pauline Perez, and Catherine

sister Mrs. Myrtle Lee, daughter departed this life, Feb.7, include his wife, Margaret Morray; a brother David
Mrs. Eliza Lawrence, sis- Robins. Funeral services
Robert J. Lee, son-in-law 1967.
terMrs. Mrs. Margaret Taylor, sis The soul of our loved one has HOUSE OF ALBERT were conducted Tuesday, Feb. I
Viola Hackly, sister but taken flight 6. in Greater Bethel AME. !
Mrs. Ellen Carter, sister terMrs. Mrs. Shirley Lipcomb,
land where there is
Susan Carey, aunt Into the no I
Alex and Sam Richardson 26725 SW 138th Ave. Goulds
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Green son of Mr.
Miss Henrietta Carey and night. Anthony ,
brothers and a host of friends. Mrs. Monica Carey, sister- died Jan. 31.Among survivorsare and Mrs. B. Green, died Fri I
mother Mrs. Bessie Feb. 2 in Variety Child- I
in-laws. Agnes Hicks, daughter day, ,
MRS. EDITH GRANT POITIER Byrd five sisters Mesdames,
Geraldine Robinson, sister ; rens Hospital. Besides his \
IN MEMORIAMIn Carissa Thompson, sister Thelma Nelson, Emma Stin- parents he is survived by
who departed this life Feb. 5, IN MEMORIAMIn son, Hat tie Bell Gatewood, three brothers a sister, his

memory of our devoted 1967. loving memory of my husband IN MEMORIAMIn Barbara J. Wilson and Camilla grand parents. His remains I

husband and father The memorv lives.'Tho yOUare'stilled"oUr Byrd; four brother, James were shipped Monday, Feb. 5, I

saddened memory of our dear hus- Walter, George Alphonso: to pensacola, for final rites. t'
hearts accept God's will. Restin band and father, Byrd. Funeral services Saturday t

peace. 1:00 p.m. Morning Star Leroy Edward Valdeza

Baptist Church in Princeton. soldier in the U.S.Army,died
The family and friends
in Vietnam. He lived at 15720
Mrs. Edna Smith, mother John Barrett, Sr., 10382SW Bunche Park West Drive. He

Leroy Poitier, husband 173rd St., Perrine, died Jan. is survived by his wife, Eliza-

30. Among survivors are his beth; two children Denin and
M/ CARD OF THANKS wife, Mae; three daughters, Natalie; his mother, Ernestine

+ Y Thf family of the late rjfr Mesdames, Ruthie, Odessa, Bones ; his father Richard
and Edith one son John, Jr.
ARTHUR ALBURY KING ; Dames; one brother and sis-

shall always remember with Funeral services Saturday ter-in-law, Mr and Mrs.
deep gratitude your comfort- 2 p.m. Keer Memorial Metho- Virgil Valdez; grandmothers

ing expression of sympathyshown -_ _._ T dist in Perrine. Mesdames Evelyn Newbold
us during our bereave- FRANK WILLIAMS and Beatrice Johnson. Ar-
ment. Especially do we thank whom God has taken to rest, Alphonso Norwood, 2942 NW rangements ae incomplete. I
--- the Drs. and staff of Jackson Feb. 9, 1966. 60 St., died Feb. Among sur-
MONROE A. JACKSONwho Memorial Hospital the vivors are mother, Christine r
Gone, but not forgotten.
I departed this life Feb. 3, Richardson Mortuary for their Mrs Alberta Williams,wife Clark; two brothers, Cleve- Jessie Dean of 8375 NW 15 ;

1967. service- rendered' r far- bevond Mr. and Mrs. C. Williams, land and Clifford Clark; two Ave,. died Sat., Feb. 3, He Is I
There Is an open,.gate at the their professional proce parents BISHOP HENRY CURTIS sisters Mesdames Colette survived by his wife, Myrtice
end of the road.Through which and who departed this life Feb. 10, ''C lark and Jacqueline Graham;
dures. The kind neighbors Miss Vera L. Williams, Dean; four children, Frankie
each must go alone, and thereIs friends Father Cooper. sister 1967. grandmother Mr s. Maggie Walter, Vickie and Theresa;

a light we cannot see. Our Mrs. Geraldine Miles, James Williams, brother "a happy they in God who Norwood Funeral services four siters, Mesdames Mae
father claims his own.Beyondthe sister. Barbara Jean, Elizabeth, doubt oppressed, Safe in thine Saturday 400 p.m., Mt. Tabor
gate our love one finds sweet own eternity, our dear are liv- Baptist Church.
Catherine Clyde, and Paris
happiness and rest. IN MEMORIAMIn ing unto thee."
of children. Ellis Manning, 1430 NW 69 Etta Habbison, Viola Riley,
loving memory our missed!
Sadly
St., died Feb. 3. Among his Vertie Freeman and Lizzie
Leola Jackson, devoted wife dear husband, father, and CARD OF THANKSThe Mrs. Lenora Curtis and
survivors are mother Mrs. Walker brother
: ; one Rucy.
Juanita Donnie Kelly Kelly, daughter son-in-law grandfather; ._v .... __. ,.. family of the late familyIN Corine Manning; three sons; Funeral services will be con-
,
Darvell GEORGE FLETCHER Ellis Jr., LorinzoandRenoldoone ducted Saturday, Feb. 10, at
Kelly, granddaughter -
acknowledge with grate appre- MEMORIAMIn daughter Doris; one sister 12:00 noon New Mt. Moriah
ciation all the kind acts of sym Irene; one brother, Tommy. Baptist Church.
CARD OF THANKSThe pathy shown in the form of memory ofBENJAMIN Funeral services Thursday,

family of the late cards, letters, prayers, and 3:00: p.m. Mt. Tabor Baptist
r floral pieces, bestowed uponus PHILLIPSwh Church. Elder Elizabeth Gray of
JAMES AMOS JR. I during our hours ofbe- o died, Jan. 24, 1964. 10250 SW 176 St., died recently. -
wish to thank the many friends but not
reavement Gone, forgotten. She is survived her
Dwight Perpall, 10301 SW by
neighbors kindness Special thanks to Rev. J. W. May his soul rest in peace. 178th St., Perrine, died Feb. 1. nephew, John Williams; a
mown hour of
us during our
Stepherso n and Antioch Bap- Funeral services Thursday, niece Mildred Williams; two

bereavement.Rev. J. E.Special Jenkins thanksto of J tist Church, Choir No. Two, Sadly missed by 4:00 p.m. Mt. Moriah Baptist cousins, George Cambridgeand

Bethany Chapter No. 140, OES, Church in Perrine. Among Mrs. Maion Galtor. Fun-
Friendship MB Church for his Alice wife
Range Funeral Home, neigh- Phillips, survivors are parents Mr. eral services will be conducted -
untiring service. Also Rev.C. .
Children and entire familyCARD'OFTHANKS
- "- bors and friends. Mrs. Henry Perpall; one sis- Saturday, Feb. 10, at 2:30
J. Burney. Rev.W. E.Sims
MR. LOTT ANDREWSwho
Our is easier to bear
sorrow ter,Jacqueline; five brothers p.m. inSpiritual Baptist
Rev. J. D. Young. departed this life Feb. 7, with the help of friends and William C. Arthur, Kenneth, Church in Perrine. Elder Gray {

1961. neighbors like you all. We the The family of the late Eldred, and Nathan. was founder and former pas- I
Mrs. Claudia Amos wife
,
The family appreciate all that was tor of this church.
and Family Family Mrs. Ollie Groover, 1919
___ done bereavement
during our WALTER GRANT NW 2nd Ct, died Feb. Among

hours. wish to thank Rev. W. F.Tan- survivors are three sons,

CARD OF THANKSThe ner Sr. the neighbors, friends, Leonard, Herbert and Leroy; Simon Braddy of 2227 NW 49 [
Janie L. Fletcher, wife American Legion and Drake one sister, Mrs. Anna Kyer. St., died in Jackson Hospital.
family of Althamaese, Louise, daugh- Memorial Baptist Church for Arrangements are Incomplete He is survived by his father

JAMES E. LUCAS, JR. tersFive the kindness shown them in and step-mother Mr.and Mrs. !I

(Gee Gee) grandchildren. their hour of sorrow.A David Braddy; grandmother, I

wishes to express heartfelt thanks and deep gratitude IN MEMORIAMIn special thanks to Range Mrs. Mary Louise Lyons, Mrs. Mary,, Brady; eleven !
to all relatives I and friends for your very loving memorv of our Funeral Home for services Chambers Quarters, Trailer aunts; six sisters, Mesdames
thoughtful outpourings of sympathy during our bereavement beloved one, rendered No. 56 In Princeton, died Feb. Helen Hayes, Mary: E. Brook- ,
Your many acts of kindess offered much 6. Among survivors are sis- ins, Vera Washington, Edna

consolation Your expressions during our and sorrow.deeds shall be forever in PERCY OLANDO WILLIAMSwho Mrs. Maggie Gibson ter, Mrs. Dorothy Floyd. Ar- Braddy, Doris BraddyandEsther I
our memories. Mrs. nora Grant rangements are incomplete. Green; four brothers

"Thou hast called 'us to resign departed this life Feb. 10, Mr. Alonza Grant David Jr., Silas, Samuel and I
What most we priced, it ne'er was ours; 1967. Mr. Johnny Grant Infant Diana McCray 543SW7th WI 11iam Funeral services
We only yielded what was thine; Rest forever more. Mrs. Naomi Grant Hunt Ave,Homestead,died Feb. will be conducted Saturday,
Thy will be done!," and a host of other relativesand 6. Arrangements are incomplete Feb. 10, at 11:00 a.m. in New

The Family friends. Providence Baptist Church.




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When he-returned to his job at the Jewish Home for the Aged in Miami after

v being informed by Gov. Maddox of Georgia that he would not be asked to return thereto
: I serve out a ///a// / term, Julio DeLee was congratulated/ by his friends at the Home.

r Shown greeting him are (left to right) Miss Essie Rosenberg, Mrs. Eva Esfioso-
dore/ Siegel/ / and shaking DeLee's hand, Abe Schulman.

Julio DeLee, freeforthefirst expected call at his neat green the rehabilitation of a man,
' d Ur time in almost 30 yearsof and white home early Friday Julio is an excellent example.He .
._-i : p the threat that he might be evening. in our opinion, is a good
returned to a Georgia chain It was Gov. Lester Maddoxof citizen and should be permitted -
gang at any moment. has a Georgia. He informed De- t o remain i n Florida.
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message for his people. It's Lee that after "due and care-
Senior Youth Council Love. ful consideration had decided The 19 white residents who

I The 59-year old Negro,who to let the matter drop and signed the petition, ended it by
Volenteers Unlimited Says ThanksVolunteers is in charge of gardening and not ask that Julio be returnedto saying of Julio DeLee. "He"
rides in the saddle.
lawn maintenance at Douglas Georgia. high
Unlimited, Na- Leenette pennington who this endeavor would be utilized Gardens- the seven-acre "I Just couldn't believe at
tional Council of Negro Wo- spoke on our perspective -. and appreciated in full mea- garden spot operated by the first that it wasGov. Maddox," Still another white friend of
men, Greater Miami section, with focus on adult guidanceand sure. Jewish Home for the Aged in says DeLee. "But my lawyer DeLee, George L. Vogel of
South, wishes to take this opportunity Involvement insetting Induction of new council Miami, was arrested Jan.24th called the Governor's Man- Hallandale, immediately senta
to express our grati- forth guidelines for our youth. members will be held Sunday, at work when it was learnedby sion in Georgia right back and letter to the Georgia Boardof
tude and appreciation to all We are still soliciting the March 3. The public is invit- Broward County officials they said yes it was Gov. Mad- Correction, pleading for the f'
who came to share the momen- support of allwomen interested ed. that he, had escaped 29 years dox who called me." man who trims his lawn."He's .
tous occasion of our fellowship in council. Whatever enthusiasm Persons wishing to 'fin us ago after serving two monthsof The crime of Julio DeLeewas
program on Sunday, Jan. 28. talents and resources may contact Council's officeat a ten-month misdemeanor that he ,stole a horn and always" so pleasantand
We know from your warm response you wish to bring to 233-8723. sentence in Georgia. battery from a car that he polite, said Vogel. "He'stoo
good a person to go to
and enthusiasm that the Maurice Pearlstein, execu- found on a country road and
prison for stealing a batteryand
affair was enjoyed by all. ANNUAL CALENDAR FEAST !I rniwiEMERSON I tive director of Douglas Gar- thought was deserted."I need- a radio 29 years ago,'
Without you, this success I II I dens and Julio's boss, spoketo ed the horn and battery for my
would not have been possible. The Lily-white Security the three detectives who car and I didn't have any Commenting on his experi-
Highlights of the event included Benefit Ass'n of the Miami came for the Cuban-born U.S. money," he explains. ence and the support given him
presentations from the District cordially invites you veteran of World Warn almostan When he returned Monday to by friends at a critical time,
North Dade Modern Dance to attend its "Annual Calen- TEL E VISI 0 hour before calling Julio in. the Home for the Aged to report Julio DeLee told the Miami
Group, Southwest Miami High dar Feast, Sunday, Feb. 18, "I told Julio that they want- for work after being assured Times:
School, renditions from the from 3 to 6 p.m. At Greater ed to send him backtoGeorgiaand that he was once again
Allapattah Junior High School Bethel A ME Church, first lF! that these men were goingto free, said Julio, the residentsof "I hope this experience thatI
Chorus, Columbus Smith and floor, 245 NW Eighth Street. take him in under arrest," the home all shook my had will show some of my
Debby Brown. Keynote speaker Prizes awarded, Mrs. Mar- said Pearlstein. "I told Julio hand and said how proud they people thtat there are plenty
for the occasion was Mrs. garet Carey, District Deputy. ; I that they would ask him if he were that I was back and that good folks among all races and
$ was willing to waive extradi- the charges.had been dropped. that those of any race who
888 tion and return to Georgia and "These people treat me likeI spend their time trying to get
that he should Just say, 'No, was kin to them. I wouldn't people to hate each other instead -
No, No.' want to be in no better place. of loving each other,are
i'i'I'J. said he all excellent to bad for all of us."
When You "Mr. Pearlstein was They're very
',; awful sorry for me, but that I me." He's also proud of his son,
." '!)_ .li 1 Ol@ shouldn't worry about any- One of the reasons that De- Joseph, who is "somewhat
Want Good -:.:.,:=_.., thing. He said the Jewish Home Lee has received three increases where the fighting is."
l .. for the Aged was going to back in salary in the three
\ MODEL 11P50A WITH me up and fight for me all the years he's been at Douglas His recent troubles came
FRESH Fish PRIVATE LISTENING way. I really wasn't worried Gardens, says Maurice pearl- about during a divorce pro-
then, because I know these stein is because "he's much ceeding when he was arrestedon
EARPHONE people and I knew they would more than a gardener. There an assault and battery
Come Get It keep their promise," adds isn't any skilled Job that he charge brought by his wife.
$5.00 Julio. can't perform, whether it's When his fingerprints were
"They told me if there was plumbing, electricity, carpen- routinely sent to the FBI they
From The People Who DOWNCall anything they could do for me try, orsomething else.Our reported back that he was
they would do it," Julio recalls 220 residents idolize him and wanted in Georgia.
"and they did do it.They he's great at handling old people
Love To Serve You With a furnished me an attorney free ." Julio swears that he didn't
of charge(Stanley Beckerman, In his spare time Julio does strike his wife. "I Just shoved
Smile Come to 3732971NO treasurer of the Home for the yard work for some people in her away from me," he

CREDIT Aged). The Home offered to put they read in the newspapers claims.
REQUIRED, up the $10,000 bond for me because that he was in trouble they Gov. Maddox suggested in
QUALITYSEAFOOD I din't have enough cashto drew up a petition to the court their phone conversation that
make it. But the lawyer who -- without even asking Julio DeLee "love his wife and con-
d the judge to and in the said
helped me aske -- petition ; tinue living a good life"Julio
ALSO reduce it to $1,000 and the "We, residents of Northeast
: says he's for the good life,but
CENTER FURNITURE Judge did. I wanted to pay for Hallandale, desire to call attention not for his wife."She's had her
it myself, so I put up $100.00that to the Court our feel- chance. She was married twice
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APPLIANCES I had." ings regarding Julio DeLee. before. She's a two-time
STEREOSW.T. Julio, who owns his home in "He has taken care of yardsin loser.'
S7S9'NW' 27th Ave West Hollywood in Broward this area for a long time and
County was arrested on a we have always found him a How does it feel after 29
Wednesday, posted his bond on perfect gentlemanHe is efficient years not to have to look
WELLS Thursday and, after news- in his work,always try- around and see if someone
COMPANY papers all over the nation pub- ing to do a little more than he recognized him? Julio DeLee
635-4794 lished the story of how this Ne- is called 'upon to do, taking said it when hehungupthephone
38 N.E. 7th Street gro father of a Viet Nam vet- great pride in his work. after talking to the Gov-
eran, backed by his white em- "He is very industrious, ernor of Georgia. "I feel likeI
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ROBERT ROLLS DOES ployers, was fighting a returnto painstaking and friendly.*" If Just got saved . .like I been
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20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 9, 1968
ZION HOPE M. B. ST. PAUL AME NEW MT. MORIAHRev.

A. L. Shipp, pastor
\ C Kelly pastor
Rev. T. ,
, I Rev. Paul Freeman, pastorE. Mary Amos, reporter
P
: : ... Jackson, reporterThe Last Sundays Bulletin
is asking all
pastor carried the complete Men'sDay
who are going to
members
captain list of all persons
West Hollywood, Friday nightto who desires to work with some
please be at the church Fri-
one special. please give your
day, at 7 p.m. so we can all names in writing to Mr.

leave together. George Williams or Miss Mildred .
There will be a program t
Gay on or before the sec-
Tuesday night following
ond Sunday in Feb. '
prayer, meeting. ,. ':
Workers Board
The Willing
(&& ] ; 'h The No. One Choir is work- invite you tocome out and, tl
ing on their anniversary, they
i celebrate their .
help them an- .
are asking for your loyal sup-
,
niversary the second Sundayin

port.Don't forget the sick and Feb. at the church at 3 p.m. i'
Our installation services
shut-ins. If you can't visit
will be Sunday, Feb. 18, the
them send them a card.
pastor is asking all boards and

clubs to have your election before MRS. A. RANGE


tt Inu Jn QUfitrdj u" ny GREATER NEWMACEDONIA The this J. time.B. Epperson Board Our Youth Day will begin

Friday at 8 with "Auxiliaries
will held their monthly meet- p.m., -

Rev Roscoe Jackson pastor fnt'P rnl-.nw.. IQ ...fhn... hnmo.. Talent Night." We are
Aiig f CWA ua&jr *u, av IAI ftivsi**'
Willie Beard reporterLet inviting the to all these
of Mrs. Iva Meadows at 4 public
p.m.
,
SHILOH BAPTIST GREATER NEW BETHE PRINCE OF PEACE us not forget our Fourth the president is asking all services. Sunday, at 11 a.m.

, .. Rev. R. Seays, pastor Annual Men's Day will be held members to please be present. Mrs. A. Range our City com-

Rev. A. M.Griffin,pastor Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor Bernice Griffin, reporter the third Sunday in March. Thetheme Choir No. One will sell din- missione will be the speaker.At .

Cheryl English, reporterThe Alice Irving, reporterThe Sunday School, at l :30a.m. "Brethren, We Are Going ners Saturday, Feb. 17, in the 6:30: p.m. Judges. Weaver -

No. One Ushers are women are sponsoringa Morning worship, 12:00 noon. Up Together in prayer." Annex they invite you to come will be the guest speaker.

having a Sandwich saleSatur- Pre-Women's Day Tea on the The pastor is asking all Our goal is $10,000. We are Miss Marie White, Shiloh Jr.

day at the home Sister Tay- fourth Sunday afternoon in members to come out to our asking the ladies not to let us out.Don't:: forget class meeting Choir, Greater New Bethel Jr.

lor. Her address is 6502 NW Feb. A dynamic speaker along weekly prayer services on down. Remember, men and women every Tuesday night. Choir of Opa-locka and other

14th Ct. with various other persons Wednesday, at 8:00: p.m. can begin to meet your obligation Remember our sick and great talents will appear. You

The fourth Sunday in this will be on hand to assure youa Let's not forget our less for M n's Day by con- shut-ins and say special cannot afford to miss this won-

month the Usher's Federationwill spiritually good time. You fortunate and service men In tacting Willie J. Beard at anytime derful program that has been
Invited to attend. prayer for their recovery.
are
convene here. The Ushersare our prayers. planned for your enjoyment.We .
The Matrons and .
asking the cooperation of Young were unable to have our

the entire church. Young Women are in charge of ; ;. ': ;;; " ..- General Conference becauseof
School class
Brother Otis Wright, Spiri- Auxiliary Sunday ,. death in our pastor's family

tual ,Harmonizers and other second Sunday. last week, but will have it tonight

groups will be here next Sun- auxiliaries The secretary to please is asking set their all :.;.;t": : > ; (Thursday), at 7:30: p.m.

day, Feb. 11, at 3:00 p.m. All auxiliaries are asked to
Our Junior Choir will ren- anniversary date and pass this -- please have their yearly re-
information to her in writing. ---
der the song service next Sun ? t ports.
There will be a mosical program :
day at New Mount Maraih for Our deepest sympathy to
at the church Sunday
their Youth Sister
Day. Myrtice Dean and family
11 at 3:00 The
There will be Junior Choir February p.m. in the passing of her husband.
famous C Lord C's along with
rehearsal Saturday at 4:30 Mr. Dean will be funeralized

p.m. All juniors are asked to our choirs will be on program. 1r Saturday at the church, at 12
If miss it will truly
you you
be present. noon.
miss a treat. Proceeds from
Deacon Harmon was elected
Chairman of our Men's Day this program will gotoGreat- i iAll '
er New Bethel 1 ScholarshipFund.
and man.Deacon Brown co-chair- NEW HOPE

'" The church is asking all to persons selling candy in Rev. W. E. Sims,pastor
behalf of Women's Day are
' remember the bereaved andthe Loraine Fuller, reporter
,
sick, 'also'to pray, for as asked to turn in the money as ,, Sunday, Feb 11, at2:3: 0 pm
the is sold.Sis i '
soon as candy
everyone knows, prayer The past or and congregation
changes things. ter Marjorie Perkins is our will bring the closing serviceat

Women's Day chairman and the Seaboard Baptist'Association -
Sister Wiline C. Robinson is
which is with
C LORD C'S IN GOSPELCONCERT cochairman.On CHURCHES WORSHIP TOGETHER ON "RACE RELATIONS DAY"Kelly's the Gethsemane convening Baptist

the sick list is Deacon Chapel Methodist Church will observe "Race Relations Day"onfy/ / Church West Hollywood.

A shouting good time of George Butler, confined to with Grace Methodist Church Sunday, February 11, at Grace Methodist Church, 6501 Saturday, Feb. 17, the Dea-

gospel music will be had at Hialeah General Hospital. Let N. Miami Avenue. coness are planning a dinner

Kelly's Chapel Methodist t us pray for the sick and shut- The morning service will commence at 11 00 a.m, and the speaker for the occa- sale here at the church in behalf -

Church on Sunday, February; ins. sion will be Rev. L. L. Dean, pastor of Kelly's Chapel Methodist Church. The pur- of their anniversary,stop

11, at 8:00 p.m. pose of this observance is to create better understanding among the races. by for a dinner or call 696-

At this service the C Lord EBENEZER Grace Methodist Church is the oldest church in the Miami area and the, pastor, 7745 for delivery, dinners are

C's will be featured in their Rev. Orville H. Ripley Jr., officers and members will commemorate the 75th annie ready 12 noon donation $1.00..

familiar roles of your favorite Rev. A. D. Hall, pastor versary of the church later this year. The S u n l 11 g h t Pallbearers

gospel songs. E. Ingram,reporter Worship with us this Sunday, bearing in mind that good race relations are less to will celebrate their' anniversary -
This activity is being sponsored Sunday, Feb. 11, will be the be talked and more to be demonstrated. here Sunday, Feb. 18,

by Usher Board No. One observance of Race Relations 3:00 p.m. our pastor will bring
Mrs. Mildred Sunday. The Concert Choral of
Ambrose, the anniversary sermon and
president, and Mrs.Nellie Ty Bethune-CookmanCollege, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE"Spirit" FRIENDSHIP NEW FROVIDENCE Choir No. One will have chargeof

son, chairman, as one of the Mr. Thomas D, Demps, Conductor Is the song service.
Women's efforts will be with us at the the subject of Rev. J.E. Jenkins, pastor Rev. C. J. sick and
Day at this week's Bible lesson to be Burney,pastor Let's not forget our
Kelly's Chapel. morning services. The publicis read in all Christian Science Ruby Carr, reporterThe Arsula Edwards,reporterThe shut-ins they are: Sister Lucy
invited to come and witness 38th annual session of
The public is cordially invited Churches Sunday. Scott, Brother Samuel White,
this the
occasion. Seaboard
attend.Come and bring "Do Your Best" is advice Baptist Associa- 38th annual Session of Brother Dubblin Roberts, Sis-
The Ninth Annual Calendar tion will convene with the
your friends. Rally was launched Sunday young people frequently hear. Gethsemane Missionary Bap- the Seaboard Missionary Bap- ter Oceola Jordon, and Mary
But how do tist Association, Rev. W. H. Lowe.
with you measure a per-
thirty-six captains lead- tst Church in West
Hollywood, Edwards, moderator is in Our prayer meeting and
now
,
son's best
? What about his
GAMBLE MEMORIALElder ing the drive 8th
,namely January; starting February let us
progress at the GethsemaneMB Bible class
spiritual every Thursday
Mesdames Ollie Mae Ross resources? Listen support our Association. ,
,
J. C. Jackson, pastor Bernice and Sunday, Feb. 11, over radio Church, West Hollywood,. 8:00 p.m.
Carey J. L, Dixon. Happy Birthday to all who
Nathaniel Thomas.reoorter station Rev. I. S. Clark, Sr. pastor
WMBM to "What Con- ,
February, Minnie Mae Bar were born in February and a will close this
f 'l stitutes Doing Your Best?" at Sunday after-
Ruby Sims and Emma Caldwell note of reminder from this re-
t \ Much, Evelyn Brown, 1:45: p.m. porter's desk those who are noon at 3:00 p.m.Ushers' DRAKE MEMORIAL

Bessie Hardy and Mr. Lee The Fifth Chruch of Christ licensed drivers don't forget

I Ross. April, Margaret Flow- Scientist, 1600 NW 54th St., if you were born in an even will Board No. Three Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastorOtll"

ers, Ethel Wood and Pauline welcomes all. Morning ser- year you must renew your this sponsor a Garden Tea dinner heartfelt sympathy is

) Brown. May, Eunice Davis, vice at 11 a.m. Sunday Schoolat driver's licenses.Let here at Saturday, Feb. 10, extended to our Deaconess E.
the
Isabell Brown and Alma Johnson 11 a.m. in the Sunday School us pray for all the sick, Donation is church 100. at 7 p.m. Williams and family. Brother

4 June, Ethel Cohen, Mar- room. come have your faith lifted. is cordially invited. Everyone Sylvester Hill a member of our

gaurite Thompkins and EulaL. church was burled last Satur-
jL I Fuller July, Elouise Rol- ANTIOCH BAPTIST
The pastor's Aid
club is day.The
lins, Bertha T. Martin and Rev. P. W. Wiggins,pastor Men are selling dinners
its
Margaret Frinks. The Pulpit Aid Club under BROWNSVILLE BAPTIST sponsoring annual Valen-
August, tine Tea Saturday. Brother McKoy will
William Clark, Jr. and Mary the leadershil of Mrs. Lillie Thursday evening, have a saleSaturday,beginning

---- Stephens and Etta M. Anderson Ross extends a cordial invitation Rev. J. E, Wright, pastor Feb. 15, at 7:30, in the dining at noon. You may call Mrs.

REV. IRA McCALLOn September,,}, a gare t,t to its pre-St.*. Valentine's There will be a Bar B Que come room.out Everyone and is asked to Dunn, at 6 4-3097 for your

Sunday, Feb. 11, aU300 QJ.a.1.k": Eloise, ,Rolle.and Day Tea to be held at the sale this Friday and Saturday tea a help us make this orders or go to 6475 NW 6th

p.m. we will observe our An Catherine Brennan. October church Sunday, Feb.. 11, at 4 sponsored by the Deaconess success. ,. Ave. Apt. 12;

nual influence Service. Guest' 4 '?,earl Jerry;: Wintred'Roll e p.m. Group singing and special Board Home MissiopandDea7 Prayer.' Deacon Roundtree and Bro
and Rosabell Lewis.. November numbers will be featured. con Board. meeting Tuesday
speaker Is Rev. Ira.T. McCallSr l ther Gamble will have dinner
,, Assistant Pastor of our Eloise S. Johnson, The annual banquet sponsored Sunday at 3 p.m. marks the evening to attend 7:30. You are urged sale on Saturday at noon. You
Clemetine by the women will beheld kickoff of our Women's BTU each Sunday, at
church and WMBM, spiritual Francis Day 5:30. may call OX 1-2387 for your
Dorothy Gerald. December at the Everglades Hotelat with our guest speaker Rev. orders
disc jocky Rev. Oliver or stop in at 1391 NW
Crooms, M. C. and Mrs. Ressie M. Bass, Joyce and 8:00: March 9th Donation James Harris DD of New York Consecration Hour of 58th Street.
Fadell All $6.00. Mrs. Dora Lyndy chair- City. Let us come hear this ,

Phillip members
Willie L.Norrls, president. Prayer for our sick and shut- Deacon Pecke and Sis
Our prayers are entendedto are urged to share in the fin- man. All proceeds will go towards man of God. ins and for those who are be- ter Brown are still on the sick

those who are sick and shut- ancial effort and support the the church building pro Let us remember the sick reaved. Visitors are always list. Please visit the sick and
month of your birthday. gram. shut-ins everywhere. .
in. welp i ,ishutrins.
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 9, 1968 21
EVERGREEN BAPTIST
CHRISTEP1SCOPAL GRACE PRESBYTERIAN BETHLEHEM, BAPTIST ST. MARY'S JORDAN GROVE

Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor Fr. Theo. R. Gibson,rector Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastorAs Rev. C.Drane,acting pastor Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor The general 1 church is
Minnie Hunter, reporter Antoinette Silva,reporter we observe Rela- Sunday, Feb. 11 during the pleased to congratulate its new
Sunday, Feb. 4, was Tiths ,tions Sunday," we will have Thanks to Rev.Atchisonand 11 a.m. service, the Junior pastor,the Rev. Douglas Cook
Day. The members were ask- Rev. Paul Force, pastor of the Mt. Calvary for helping us toward choir will sing. There will be and wishes him success.On .
ed to give one tenth of what Presbyterian Church of the our Women's Day, Feb. infant baptism. Usher Board the third Saturday nightof
their income was for the past Mister in Opa-locka, as our 25. Please help them in their No. Two will serve During the this month, Jordan Grove
week. This special offering guest preacher this Sunday efforts. 7 p.m. service Choir No. Two will give a dinner for its mem-
was for the benefit of the morning. Elder J. D. Faniel Feb. 9, Rev. Ferguson from will sing and Usher Board No. beSt All are asked to come
Parish Hall. will be in charge of the ser- Valley Grove will render ser- One will serve.Oar pastor will out and participate.
On Feb. 27, at 7:30 p.m.the vice, and the youth choir will vice. deliver the sermons. On the third Sunday in this
Episcopal Churchwomen will sing. The pastor will be guest Feb. 10, Dinner Sale at Dea- Our sympathy to Sister month, the Mile Chorus of An-
present their annual SHROVE preacher at the Church of the'Master. con and Sister Howard De- Charlotte Gibson attending tioch Baptist Church of

Tuesday Dinner. This affair laughter, 1136 NW 47th Ter. the funeral of her mother in Brownsville will meet our
will be held at the Everglades This Sunday evening at 7 6339947.Feb. Nassau. Our special prayersto Male ChorusinaBandofSongs
Hotel. Tickets are now on sale. p.m. our guest preacher will 11, Jr. Choir's Pew Sister Roth Clark in Chris Contest at 3 p.m. The publicis
'y. a Musical recital sponsored be Rev. Martin Anorga, pas- Rally, Rev. Milton and congregation tian Hospital. invited to come out and wit-
by the EYC will be held on tor of the First Spanish Prse- of Tabernacle Baptist, Oa Feb. 18, you are invitedto ness these great singers.
March byterian Church. We The No. One Choir will sell
31. The recital will worshipped Hallandale will render ser- attend the annual CalenderTea
feature youth of the communit with Rev. Anorga and his vice. Please turn in all ma- sponsored by the Usher ice cream in the kitchen after

y and will begin at 5:00 congregation last Sunday terials for souvenir programto Boards One and Two. An en- Sunday School.
We the Sincere sympathy is extended evening. Hospitality zone for co-chairman Sister Bell. joyable program is planned for To our visitors; If you don't
Evergreen Mis- to Mrs. Madeline Williams the day is Zone No. one,' directed Feb. 13, Rev. Tole and con- this occasion. have a place to worship, we
sionary Baptist Church, are and by Elders Louis Ed- would like to have to
come
family. Get well wishes gregation from 3erea Baptist Ways and Means will hold its you
temporarily located at Mt. to Mr. Doodridge Clark.PEACEFUL wards and Oleene Roberts. will render service.Remember regular monthly Sunday and worship with us.
meeting
Aaron Missionary Baptist We look forward with eager- the sick and To the sick: Keep the faith
Church 1701 NW 69th Feb. 11, at 5:00 p.m. All
Street. in God and
shall be heal-
ness to the third you
ZION Sunday morn shut-ins in
your prayers. members
Rev. C. H. Smith and are asked to pleasebe
gation will render services congre-at Rev. C. P. Perston,pastor ing, when the adult choir will out on time. Business of ed.

the above location each second L. Washingtn, reporter render a service in song. The importance.The MT.. CALVARY
fourth Sunday of the month will MT. TABOR
No. One Usher's
Board is
and fourth Sunday.Our chairman of
be "Men's Day." Men's Day,
prayers are extendedto celebrating their anniversary Rev. J. Hendon, acting pastor Mr. Hanson Wallace is inviting Rev. S. Atchison, pastor
those who are sick and shutin. this week, Rev. Anderson of everyone to their kick off sale Phyllis Beal, reporterThe
Community Church and con- TEMPLE BAPTISTThe Women's Day is comingsoon at the church Saturday, Feb. Pastor's Aide Board is
Everyone is cordially invit- greation Thursday night. Deaconess' Board, The members are work- 10 all day.Winners. having a "Belated Valentine
ed to come in and worship with Friday night,Rev A.M. Griffin Mrs. Florence Hepburn, ing very hard and untiring to of the raffle spon- Tea" the fourth Sunday in Feb.
of New Shiloh and congre- president, will sponsor a din- mike this a success. sored by Choirs One and Two The entire church is asked to
us.We
are selling dinners at the gation. Sunday evening ending ner this Saturday at the home Dinners will be sold each and Male chorous was Valeria cooperate.On .
home of Sister Al with Rev. J. J. Williams and of Mrs. A.Arnett, 301 NW 16th Saturday through March 23. Henry first and Jimmy Conney the third Sunday in Feb.
Saturday, Feb. 10. there will congregation at 4:00 p.m. Terrace, upstairs. Servings For your dinner you may call second. Thanks to everyone the No. Two Usher Board will
be a "Youth Tea" also atSis- Saturday at 11 p.m.the youth at high noon. Donation one 691-8732. You won'tforget th for your support. Let us cone observe their anniversary.Come .
ter Gibson on the 11th from will sponsor a festival, come dollar date, Sunday, March 24. The tinue to pray for our sick and out and spiritually
4-6 p.m. out and enjoy yourself. Ser- The No. Two Choir, Mrs. church is located on the corner shut-ins. joy yourself.
Our choir is presenting"The vice hours are Sunday School Birdie Hunter, president, of NW 17th Ave. and 66th Prayer meeting is held
Herman Thomas Gospel 9:45 a.m. Morning worship 11 Charles Ambrose, director, Street. Come and see the women every Thursday night.
Chorus, Sunday, at 830; p.m. a.m. Evening worship 6:30: will serve at both services on in action for Christ. Mrs. MATTHEWS Please visit theslck and
in a gospel concert. p.m. You are welcome to at- Sunday. Wilhelmtna Sands and her The Senior Usher Board of shut-ins.
Remember you are always at ten d. Our prayers are extended The No. One Choir will have committees are thanking you St. Matthews, is sponsoring a The Unity Program is now
welcome at Evergreen. to the sick and shut=ins its "Homecoming Program"Sunday for your help. tea Sunday, Feb. 11, at the in progress. Let's' put our

afternoon, Feb. 18. Youth Day will be Sunday,, home of Ellen Postell, 1252 hearts together and unite as
SALTER'S CHAPEL Elaborate preparations are February 23, beginning with NW 58th street. Guest speaker one.
ST. JAMES AME being made for the occasion. the Sunday School and contin will be Sister Manor :.'fhe Unity Program is now
Rev. H. M.Salmon,pastor Our get-well wishes to Mes- uing throughout the day. It is English. Everyone is invited., is sponsoring a tea the second

Rev. F. E. Sneed, pastor Betty Morant, reporterOn dames M. E, Stevens, very important that we support I Sister Ellen Postell, president Sunday in Feb. They're asking
Joseph Marshall,reporter Friday, at 5 p.m. the Catherine Dean, Muriel Wallace the young people. Pray for and Rev. N. F. Clark, is for your complete coopera-
Sunday, Feb. 11, we will observe youth will hold their regular A. Me C la in, TheresaCohen peace. pastor. tion.FRANKLIN'S .
meeting, the members are to A. Mathis Henrietta
our homecoming. Visit ..
with us on this wonderful oc- be present. On Saturday, at 4 Butler, Eva Law r e n c ej;T. -
casion. There will be plentyto p.m. the youth will met for, Bonivy, Rufus Cleare, Solo- -
eat. choir rehearsal, all membersare mon Sturrup, H. Watkins, H.
asked to come out on time. Wilson. CARPET
Mrs. Martha Nickolson and
The Stewards of Board No.
February-Ites would like to
One are having a dinner sale
thank-you for your support. Saturday, you are invited to THANK YOUM 8650 NW 22 Ave.
February-ites are having a
night of games fun at the homeof dinner. r s. Beatrice Burroughs SPECIALIZING IN
Mr. and Mrs.Willie Nickolson The second Sunday morning, says thank-you and God bless
baptism of infants. All mem from the bottom of
1845 NW 51st St., Satur you my RUG SALES & CLEANING
bers are asked to rememberFellowship heart. To the St. James AME
day, February 10, at 8:00p.m.On .
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last Sunday night our
guest preacher was Rev.T.W. Chapel, perrine, Sunday,Feb. special thanks toChoir No. COMMERCIAL CLEANING &
18, at 11 a.m.Remember. Two for beautiful flowers. I
Wright Mrs.from G.Washington Nathan,D.Cd the sick and shall always .remember your FLOOR WAXING
shut-ins, also the men in the kindness and generosity and
Stewardess Board No. Three
are having a tea at her home armed services. pray for you. CARPETING CLEANED IN YOUR HOME OR OUR PLANT

7100 NW 19 Ave., at 4:00p.m.Feb. : .
18. You are always wel- ARTHUR CARTER IS BACK WITH FREE ESTIMATES IN YOUR HOME
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22 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 9, 196i '

Man Killed On 18th Avenue Mother Hears Son Sentenced Fo Theo


I Ellis Manning: 37, of 1430 one knew what it was about. Electric Chair. Too Stunned T' Sobtective

NW 69th St., was killed by a They said that Sparks left the wasn't satisfied with
gunshot in the chest after bar, returned in a few min- The mother of Ray Lee automobile into a tiny lake he was robbed of almost $100 that theory, and opened the

tavern brawl Saturday,-police utes with a.32-calibergunand Young, Mrs. Gladys Young, near Miami international Air- and killed. case and his fine detective
57 of 1911 fired once at Manning. and 28, 1962. The death was originally I
said Luke Sparks, sat In court last Thursday port on April but de- work led to Young's indict-
suicide a
NW 76th St., was charged with heard her son sentenced to die The Assistant Attorney thought to be ment.
the shooting at the Dew Drop They said he ran from the in the electric chair. She was General I said, "The killer J J .. -1!
Inn, 6402 18th Ave. bar, but surrendered later to too stunned to even sob. showed no mercy. This killing 1------
Witnesses reportedly told police. He was sent to Dade The state called the crime, was premeditated and cruelly 1I
police the two men had an argument County Jail on charge of first "acruel, sadistic murder" of contrived. It was torture in I ELECTRIFYINGDYNAMIC
but that apparently no degree murder. airplane mechanic James the worst way" I
Eggler, who was still alive Eggler's body floated free
from the submerged car five .
when Young tied him with
17-Y.ar Old CoipU Charged heavy wire andpushedhis days after the state claimed J

I } SENSATIONAL


With Armed RobberyA ....

17-year-old boy and girl NW 29t Ave. and 62nd St. \Fords you'll use to describethe
were captured and chargedwith They were charged with
robbery Saturday night by robbery in a holdup at the U- TOP 40 of
Hialeah Police after a chase in Tote-M Store, 890 NE NinthSt. SUPER SOUL performances

which the officers fired shot- .
guns at their flying car. Police said a second man February 9, 1968
The officers said they fled from the wrecked car. JvAMITCHELL
caught Frank Wise Jr., 17, Officers said they spottedthe 1. Stop Howard Tate
and blasted its 2. Explosion in your soul soul Survivors
2335 NW 73rd Ter., and Betty getaway car
Baker, 17, 920 NW 84th St., rear tires and windows beforeit 3. Count the days Inez & Charlie Fox
4. Back up train Al Green
when their car overturned at wrecked.
5. Wish it would rain Temptations
6. Dance to the music sly & Family Stone

8.7. You Mr. Soul Satisfaction Marvin GayeTimmey Wllles A YOUNG BAHAMIAN
Youth Gets 20 Years
9. A man needs a woman James Carr
I I
10. In the midnight hour Mirettes

For Sfronoarnt Robbery
11. Baby must be a magician Marvelletts When .you. see him at
12. Why does a man have to lie Margie Joseph
Robert Lee McML'lion, 19, flicting severe injuries and 13. Don't have to say you love cpour Sonics
of 535 NW 7th St., was con- took his wallet containing$151 14. The dock of the bay Otis Redding
victed Monday and sentencedto and various identificationcards. I 15. Need A Woman of my own Tommey Hunt

20 years in Raiford by 16.0 how it hurts Barbara Mason : > +p h
Criminal Court Judge Carling Arthur Smith, an off-duty 17. Malayisa Miriam Makeba
Stedman for robbing aColom- Miami policeman, testified 18. Got a thing for you baby Mr. Perculator
bian professor.The that be was driving by an alleyway 19. Funky Way Calvin Arnold 4
state supplied Prof. An- when he saw Me Million
20. Love me The Chilites ALLEN'SI
tonio Irisarri, 62, withanairline emerge, remove a wad of cur FATHER
ticket to return to Miamito rency from a wallet and countit.
21. A million to one Five Stairsteps
testify against the defendant. home Lee Johnson
22. ady's coming Roy
Prof. Irisarri's identification 23. There is The Dells DIAMOND j 1 !
Questioned by Assistant was in the wallet.
24. I thank you Sam & Dave
State Michael McMillion waived Jury trial '
Attorney '
25. Worship the ground Jackie Montre El
Hacket, Dr. Irisarri testified and tookthe stand.. He told 1 The Foundations .
26. Baby now that I found you
HORSESHOE
that on Dec. 20 he was walk- Judge Stedman that two other
27. Walk away Renna The Four Tops ..
ing on NW 11th Street near 2nd boys had robbed the Colombianand
28. Men are getting scarce Joe TexJohnny
live looking for a hardware that he had taken the money .
29. I got what you need C
store to purchase articlesto from them. a* i
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30. No sad song Joe Simon
take back to Colombia,when The Wallet and money were 'Ckh' iI
two boys Jumped on him returned to the visitor after EXTRAS EXTRAS I

They beat him, he said, in- the conviction.ManWoman I,

31. The more I do for you baby Cliff Nobles
32. Good to me Irma Thomas WULFF ROAD
Bandit 33. Wanna be your man Bobby More/Rhythm Aces East of Wnlff Road Theatre
34. La la means I love you Del Fonics
35. End of our road Gladys Knight & Pips

Captured In Bank 37.36. Sunny You say Sam Esquires Backer EVERY NIGHT

38. Country Girl city man Billey VeraJudy Clay (Except Thursdays) i

RobberyDressed 39. rye got to do it to it Toney Fox 10 P.M. to 2A.M. I
40. The Goose ParlimentsPICK

like a woman, a in the truck was hit in the eye PICK HIT HIT SATURDAY MATINEE I
youngster robbed two elderlymen with fragment from the flying
at gunpoint Monday nightin glass but was not seriously Sunny The Vareeations 3:30 P.M. to 7:30 P.M. !
a South Miami parking lot, injured. II I pr'

then staged a running gunfight James Parker, 18, was LOCAL BREAKOUTS LOCAL BREAKOUTSI :I
with police. found about an hour later by \
Officer Mark Woolfsonof Les Hummel back of the Hol- can't afford to lose him Ella WashingtonDo I
Miami said he was in the parking sum Restaurant. Police found right man Little Beaver "" ,
lot of the First National him stripped to the waist, The Goat Freddy Scott I
Bank of South Miami, 5750SW crouched between the wall and Don't want to leave you darling Eddie Walker
Sunset Drive, when he saw two an ice machine. Baby Angel Jeb Stuart
men struggling with what he Big insurance man Gene Buttler a
thought was a woman in the When taken to the station for Soul Party Clarence Reed
front seat of a car. questioning, Parker wore onlya Betty Wright
When the officer who was red min i- s lip,black net Winner

wearing plain clothes approached stockings and high-heel i Gerald Nickles 2,6,1,2,12,14,13,4,11,20 1 .
the car, the woman pumps. Sgt. Martin Baum, a 2305 NW 74th Ter.
Jumped from the door and South Miami detective said po WMBM SOUL POWER '
started to run. As Woolfson recovered black and F 1 S
1:30: 5:00 Jimmy Griffen R & B +l
fired a warning shot a gun fight white striped mini-dress, a 5:00.7:00 Rev. Ira McCall Gospel rA
developed. wig and a bra which he had in 7:00: 10:00 Horace Straws R& B / Ay 1
Woolfson chased the robber a handbag when arrested. 10:00 2:00 China Valles R & B
into the H o 1 s u m Bakery em Parker lived at 1867 NW 2:00 6:00 Ernie Fields R & B

ploye parking lot, 5761 Sunset 47th St., the officer said. 6:00 11:00 Donny Gee R & B- Old hits '' ti .Fy1C rt
Drive, where he said "She" The victims were identified 11:00-12:00 Jerry Powers Pop. :,
was looking more like a man as Horace Seppe, 74, of 7930 1490 Soul Power +
every minute."She" fired two SW 96th St., and J. C. Riddle,
quick shots, one of which 71. of 16430 SW 101 St.Police ------------------------- w

struck the window of a delivery said Riddle lost $7 in the rob Super Soul Coupon Mo.16.
truck. George Kelly, a helper bery.

Ihe following are my selections for Super Soul Top Ten
Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE

1 5 6 7 8 9 1(0


STYLES "FOR'MR..FOR ALL JACK"AGES i L I IName Hear his latest smash hits !. ... .

The Very Latest in Men's Fashions
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SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
L'yOU AND ME BELONG TOGETHER" ,
ITALIAN SHOES Address :' "WOE BE UNTO A WOMAN" fcs
"BRING IT ON HOME TO ME" lp"
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Transit Authority has condominum in North Dade, where north of 119th Street.
"*FAQ announced an extensive realignment and serve the 163rd Street Transfers are free. Route and
of its services to shopping complex. schedule pamphlets are avail-
North Dade County that will tie Routes 9 and 10 will offer able free by writing the Metro

._- together for the,first time all one-bus-service direct from Transit Authority, p. O. Box
of Miami Beach with the North Downtown Miami to the North 3581, Miami, 33101.
Miami Beach area, and add Dade areas, Chairman Butler
more than 130,000 miles annually said. Route 9 will operate from
g 3g, 11 to the county-owned bus the Gesu terminal on NE 1st'
system. Avenue between 1st and 2nd
The program will be effective streets to NE 22ndAvenueand199th

on Sunday, February 11, Street, by way of the
according to MTA Chairman 163rd Street shopping center.Other M 4 F
Raymond W. Butler, Jr., and service changes an-
will add a total of 10 new routesor nounced by the MTA to start
extensions of old ones to the Feb. Include new service on
present bus coverage of North Route 5 in the Larchmont Gar
Dade. dens area (NW 82nd Street and
The new Metro Transit Authority Centralized Facilities Complex will be housedon
The changes will boost theAuthority's 4th Avenue); new service on
an IB-acre tract along NW 32nd Avenue between NW 31 and 34th Streets. Three-
annual mileage to Route 15 to NW 183rd Street
story Administration Building (in foreground) and 93,000 square-foot Maintenance more than 14.5 million from and 27th Avenue; new service
Building/ plus storage for 380 buses and nearly 400 cars make up the facility. the Broward County line on the from NW 208th Street and 34* H7cItMRS.WILLIE
MTA has awarded a construction contract totaling $2,408,000 to the John A. North toSW 220thStreet. More Avenue via Route 15 ShutUe;
Volpe Construction Company for completion of its four-city-block complex. Ground than 60 million passenger willbe revision of service in Opa-
breaking is slated for Friday, February 9. carried during the year, locka with Route 26 replacing
Two main, buildings, a 93,000 square-foot Maintenance Building, and a three- Butler said.A present Route 15 alignment in MAE CEASOR
story, 38,900 square-Foot Administrative Building, are to be constructed. Remainderof major factor in the pro- that city. former owner of Ceasor's
the property'will be paved for bus and car storage except landscaped areas including gram will be the addition of Also, new service on Route University of Cosmetology,
the perimeter. An 8-foot high wall will border NW 32 Avenue and an 8-foot three new trans it routes, 31 to NW 191st Street and 47th Is now associated with
landscaped wire fence will outline the property. Numbers 9, 10 and Route H,to Avenue; new service on Route EXCELLANCE
The new complex will consolidate all existing MTA operations which include provide one-b service from 32 south along the recently- BEAUTY SCHOOL
leased facilities in South Miami (dispatching and minor repairs), Central Division at Downtown Miami and the opened NW 22ndAvenuedirectto 2221 Hollywood, Blvd.
NW 17th Avenue and 8th Street (dispatching andlight maintenance) and Administrative southern tip of Miami Beachto Miami; new service on the Hollywood, Flo.-922-1173
offices at NE 17th Terrace and Biscayne Boulevard. North Dade sections. Bunche Park leg of Route S to Mrs. Ceasor is servingin
Route H, highlight of the new NW 191st Street and 22nd Ave- the capacity of Instructor *
Ground Breaking Ceremonies Friday For New services, will operate from nue, and another extension of and director.All former
the South shore of Miami service on MTA's North-South and new students are urged
$3.5 Million Bus ComplexGround Beach at Ocean Drive and Biscayne commuter express tothe to register with Mrs.Ceasor
Street direct to North Zayre Shopping area atNW
breaking cere- Complex will be located on an Ave. between 31st and 34th st., Miami Beach by way-of Collins 199th Street and 2nd Avenue. by calling 922-1173 or 757-
monies for the Metro Transit 18-acre tract that covers four with a T-shank extending Avenue and Isles Cause- 7667.
Sunny Base fares on the new ser-
I blocks in the northwest sec- to NW 34th Ave. between
Centralized westerly
Authority's new way. It will circle the Skylake vices will be 25 cents any-
Facilities Complex will be tion. It will front on NW 32nd 33nd and 33rd.
held at NW 32nd Ave.and 33rdSt. -

., at 2 p.m., Friday, Feb. 9.
The ceremonies mark- COMING TO NORTH DADE! !

mal start of
Ing the for con-

struction project on(including the $3,500,000 land acquisition NEW BUS SERVICES FROM YOUR M.T.A.

costs), will also STARTING FEBRUARY I 11-I WRITE FOR SCHEDULES
memorialize .j sixth anni- .
METRO TRANSIT AUTHORITY P. 0. BOX 3581, MIAMI FLA. 33101
versary of the Metro Transit . ". . Q) en
Authority System. MTA took Q) (d> O <]) Q) over Greater Miamibusfa- > > > > > > > > a > > > > > a > > a k. ., '!'f"4 t
cilities from private opera- ... .. j< ..! < < < < < < -< < < < < < < < < :c:: < S: :I ,.j:::

tors on Feb. 9,1962.Participating t, N N ti N t "dt N t' N N (0 0 N "dt I/) 0) N toV' V
'1' M N N "' "' "' "' "' "' "' r-1 N NZ->
in the .
ground
breaking event will be the five 208 Street :!:,,,,,,,1

members of the Transit Au- r;:
thority board, as well as EXP liF
members of the County Com- 199 Street I =: j :EE:::
shat-tie : [ g" :::
mission. The MTA Board :.: .: s
members Include chairman 191 Street :11..1 :E: :: : 1i.t...a 9 : :"'
Raymond W. Butler,Jr.,Vice- :. 31 :. .: :.sI.': 2 E 0 :.=.. 'E 0
Chairman Frank J. Callahan, 183 Street n..... >C reM. :
an d members Michael J. -- ......: .:.

Franco, Frank J. Pepper, Jr. r12 .r -... ........... l
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and H. Earl Smalley.The : -: ...
new Centralized Bus _
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Carver 167 Street I Il'I II -. ; H

163 Street 2:6.- r Its "'nlll"I""IIIIII'".

Ranches 1
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By Walter Bowe j 7,(, I = .
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S- Rn.
The Carver Ranches Volun- 135 Street .
teer Fire Dept. of West Hol- --
lywood, holds its regular .1.1 E

meeting every Monday, at 8 125 Street L_ =
p.m. Members please be -
present and on time. Walter I- 7 F3E2 ---

Blatch is president.John 119 Street -
Bowe 6 feet, 6 inches MTA
center of the Lanier Jr. High 3 r .
Yellow Jackets reported their
basketball team finished 1s E B

Thursday night against Mc- 103 Street J, NORTH DADE
Nicol's Jr High at the South
Broward Gym. The Yellow
Jackets came through with an I = 2 EXTENSIONS
unbeaten record. The basket- 95 Street. _
ball tournament starts this .
weekend.The E FEB.II

South Broward VFW I I '
Post No. 8195 will hold their 1
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Saturday, Fish FrythisSaturday I

night at the post home. ,i. :
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Members please come out and Js L LEG E 'N D
help build your post. Plenty of 79 Street : E .
refreshments and music. Existing Routes

The Charmetts presents a E I "......"...New. Service
presweetheart ball at the big .a.J 9

Bamboo Club, Feb. 12, Mon- 15 3.2 25 261 I 5 1o D S
day, at 9:30 p.m. until Music :E: :
by W. C. Baker band. Dona-
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of Responsible
ACCOUNTANTS LOUNGES, ACCOUNTANTS 18 Building Years Service to 2 Locations to Serve You! "
S. L. McNEAL/ EARL'S ZEBRA LOUNGE The Community
Bookkeeping & Tax Service '4400 NW 7th Avenue E. 0. CULME
1730 NW 57th Street /,Earl Edwards, Prop.SHADDIE'STAVERN. Public Accountant"h Buying or Building. !!
691.2114',' Income Tax-Notary
6800 NW 15th Avenue Phones 633-3735, ( CALL STANLEY
BARBER SHOPS LlveEntertainmentWeekends 5264 NW24th Anft'ue Dugie's Paradise,

BASSMAN BARBER SHOP t :
6580 NW 22nd Avenue RECORD .SHOPS 0 PL (1-3604
John Hotklns, Jr., Prop. REAL ESTATE UNITED RECORD CENTER .1l'. beautiful Homes 2966 NW 47th St. 6339396AND
CARLTON REALTY 6265 NW 7th Avenue Built on Your
1262 NW 32nd Street
DRESS SHOPS 635-3177 Latest Hit Records & LPs Lot or OursAttractive Al.

PATRICIA'S INC. LIFE UPHOLSTERY teratlons and Guest House
REALTY Dugies
5843 NW 17th Avenue
Additions
AL'S UPHOLSTERY
696.3515 4932 NW 7th Avenue
PL 9-4371 5509 NW 7th Avenue Let us Demolish
47th St. 634-3851
LORY'S FASHION SHOPS "SeeYour ad on page 22" 7598907AFROBAHAMIAN Your Worn Out 2941 NW
House and Build
6112 NW 7th Avenue
Martin W. Smith a Lovely New
BROWN REALTY Home There better rooms on earth, than the
4740 NW 7th Avenue IMPORT-EX FORT CORP. are no
FUNERAL HOMES 754-0655 871 NW 7th St. Box 1119 Call Us for Facts About rooms you w"l,I find at DUGIE'S PARADISE.
Hallandale, Flo. Building
RAHMINGS MORTUARY EVERGREEN Phanel92711927 Good Bank Financing Seeing is believing. The accommodations.

1744 NW 3rd Avenue Percy Hepburn STANLEY BUILDERS you'll receive, you will find only in thi s
REPAIR
371-8343 SHOE INCOME TAX SERVICE Inc.Licensed brother.
JOHNSON & SONS
RANGE FUNERAL HOME SHOE SHOP Dade Federal' Bldg. Insured
5770 NW 691.4343 17th Avenue 6570 NW 15th Avenue 5800 NW 7th Ave. Suite 214 888 N. E. 79th Street Jamaica Ougie, Always a Friend.
691.9850 Bookeeping-Account Miami I, Florida
CLEANERS & Ph. 751 .7943
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691.9151 Repairs TERRY'S and CLEANERS Alterations "Any where in the world START WORK TODAY! Learn a lifetime Profession for just'pennies

LAUNDRY & 4653 NW 32nd Avenue you want to go"catr A Public 20 Service Years Over Expert BarberingExpert ProcessingCLEANING
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Live in Maids
EMPLOYMENTBURLANG NO MORE r Cooks Bus Boys Both Women and Men are Welcome
TAILORS & CLEANERS Dishwashers Porters Night & Day Classes
1 Day Service Alterations t6.11ft' Gas Station Drivers
EMPLOYMENT
4842 NW 27th Avenue Hotel & Home Maids
Phone: 634-9251 Local & Out of Town Jackson Barber
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502 NW 54th St. 757-7674 We Appreciate YourBusiness
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6225 NW 22 AVE. 691-9335
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BASEBALL PLAYERS GOLF t. I. BY LEO ARMBRISTER Over

TOURNEY SHAPING UP I
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Boston Red Sox outfielder Tony Conigliaro Is the latest ma-
jor leaguer to enter the National Baseball players' Golf QUARRY'S UPSET VICTORY ADDS INTEREST TO

Championship, Feb. 22-25. r HEAVYWEIGHT ELIMINATIONSJerry
Coniglairo, :a major factor In the Red Sox 1967 American
League pennant win, is reported fully recovered from the injury Lt.: -x Quarry's upset, but decisive victory over ThadSpencer -
Col. and Mrs "Pat" Carothers Capt. Samuel E. Pitts
new to the dim outlook of the
that put him out for the season last Aug. 18. He receiveda gave glow heavyweight
Sports Editor Harry Spear interviewing.
fractured left cheek bone and other facial injuries from a championship eliminations.

thrown by Jack Hamilton of the California,
pitch Angels. ELIJAH PITTS' BROTHER VISITS
Quarry, the underdog of the contest proved contradictory
He played in only 95 the 1967
games during season becauseof
to expectation that before the be-
this and other injuries, but still hit 20 homers and batted Captain Samuel E. Pitts, (second from right), is the U. S. every lay camorfiaged fight
gan; he was styled as being slow, without an effective punch
287. Marine Corps brother of Elijah Pitts,star backfield ace of the

Among those major leaguers already entered in this year's World Champion Green Bay packers Footballteam,visited Mi- and nonaggressive.He .

tournament are defending champion pitcher Sam Ellis of the ami recently. Capt. Pitts entered the U. S. Marine Corps in was indeed fast enough to keep Spencer moving back,

Angeles, Washington Senator's outfielder Fred Valentine's sec- 1959 and was commissioned 2nd Lieutenant in 1965. which was later admitted as being the key to his success. His
ond baseman Bill Mazeroski and first sacker DonnClendenon Captain Pitts played football wth his brother Elijah while punches were felt throughout the fight, and the results seen ,
of the Pittsburgh Pirates Chicago White Sox pitcher the two were attending high school and college in Arkansas.
; Tommy in the fourth and tenth rounds, when left and right hands respectively -
John and Cincinnati Reds' second baseman Tommy Helms. Pitts and Lt. Pat Col. Carothers returned last August aftei% gave Thad Spencer a taste of the canvas.
Admission and parking at the City of Miami Country Club serving a year in Vietnam in the 1st Corps area.

are free, and the colorful event is a field day for baseballand Pitts, a platoon commander in a Marine eBattalfon, was Whatever the results of the remainder of the elimination
golf fans awarded the Navy Commendation Medal with combat "V" de- matches may be, it can be said that Jerry Quarry was instrumental -
vice, Vietnamese service medal with 2 major combat stars and in boostig the public interest.
ODDS AND ENDS IN SFORTS the Vietnamese Campagn Medal with silver clasp for his ser-
ROOKIE ELDER CONTINUES TO PLAY IN
vice that
during period.
Qua r r y brings the heavyweight division b a c k to life . .
Curley loses its first to West Palm after twnety straight wins, Carothers was an advisor to a Vietnamese Parachute unit THE MONEYLee
and was awarded the Bronze Star Medal with "V" device, 2
although Cyril Baptiste scored 32 points . Johnny Burns, Elder, the rookie golf pro, who has thrilled so many in
Purple Hearts the Vietnamese Service Medal with 2 major
,
connected with Chris Dundee's staff and formerly top boxing this local area, is proving himself In the bigger circles, and
combat stars and the Vietnamese Campaign Medal with silver
referee in New York, is at Miami Heart Institute. Lets hope is constantly taking out a piec e of the purse. The Bob Hope

Johnny gets well soon ..North-SouthGolf Tournament, Feb. clasp. Desert Classic netted $6,50.EXCELSIOR.
13 to 17th, headquarters Crossway Inn and Miami Gateway . .

Followed by Baseball Golf Tournament,Feb.22 to 25 . Last
Friday for the first time in eight years wrestling was resumed Rattlers To Sign With LEAGUE
what do you know? It was a sell out crowd of 3,000. Buddy STANDINGS AND AVERAGESThe

Fuller did a great job promoting the show . George Mac- Excelsior league is rolling down the home stretch to
Lean, who is so active with the Variety Children's Hospital by Pros Later the end of its 67-68 season and as in all the preceding yearsit

promoting different shows also general manager of Dinner Key Tallahassee. Draft now, of Cleveland Browns will again wind up a vastly improved league.

auditorium has been very sick in Ecuador. Mayor Steve Clark sign later is the philosophy of (NFL); halfback Joe Williams
flew there to visit him and said he is feeling much better and three of the four FloridaA&M of Lawnside, N. J., eighth TEAM WON LOST

expects him to be home this week. Rattlers that were drafted by round choice of the Los

r_ the National and American Angeles Rams (NFL) and end Cobras 49 27
Football Leagues in the pro John Eason of Ocalaninth Bowlers pro Shop 48 26

Y ___ drafts recently. round choice of the Oakland 5 Summersetts 47 29
The four include cornerback Raiders (AFL). Thompson Texaco 44 32 .

r s Major Hazelton of Bartow, Hazelton, James, and Wil- Jones Bar-B-Cue 43 33
third round draft choice of the liams plan to complete com- Hagan Fonda No. 1 ..I40" 36

Chicago Bears (NFL); defen- mitments in other sports before Hagan Si Fonda No.2' 38 38
sive halfback Nathaniel Jamesof signing in order retain Cloverleag Sport Shop 36 40

Bartow, sixth round choice their eligibility. Continental Cleaners 36 40
At Best Lawn Services 35 41
Olympics 30 46
Tuckers Famous Foods 31 45
9 to 9 TV Drive-In 27 49
Park RecreationDeportment Leo's Sport World 27 49

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i" I ma!'''I Ten best averagers: James Thomas, 196, Willie Robinson,

i ; V'rI ...r... NewsGeneva 186, Johny Harvey, 184, Tommy Jackson 183, Frank South-
-.:!:ff ,"._:,:'lII..".,-. ward 183, Eddie Way 178,Sam Benjamin 178.Dave Boone 177,

Oswald Smith 177, and Ernest Hayes 177.
WORDS ARE NOT GOOD ENOUGHI Lynes won first day and Saturday, 7-10 p.m.

in the County-wide record hop and Snday 2-6
place ,
celebrated my 80th birthday last week. Iwant to thank the
City of Miami Metro News Bureau under the direction of Lew Archery Contest, Feb. 3. p.m. Games of your choice.All
James E. Scott Housing activities are supervised by Lib-City Hawks Lead
Price and his office staff for the beautiful certificate of ap-
Recreation Center 7200 NW County Employees and all activities -
preciation I received. This I will treasure for the rest of my
life, to me it was a great honor. I also wish to thank Joe 22nd Ave., special programsfor ar e free. We ask all Park
teens, Monday, 7-10 p.m. teens and young adults to come Dorsey LeagueThe
Robbie
general manager for the Miami Dolphins for the sur-
prise birthday party he gave.This all happened while the foot- Softball. Tuesday, 7-10 p.m. out and join our evening program Liberty City Hawks easilydefeatedR.C.Ringers 91.81
badminton and horseshoes. .
ball draft was in progress. There were sports writers from and the Knights 90-72 to keep their record spotless 8-0 and
all local radio TV sports announcers and other news Wednesday 7-10 p.m.,archery Joe N. Holley,center direc- basketball at Booker
papers, hold their one game lead of the adult league -
media, coaching staff, office personnel were all present.Along Thursday, table games, Fri- tor.BASKETBALL. Washington gym.

with the soup to nuts, I received a beautiful birthday cake. You

can imagine how large the cake was with all who were present. The Hawks with the ball Hawking of Tamaldge Fair and the

Also thanks to John Diaz, City Editor Miami Times for the shooting of Bobby(Sting) Reed with 25 points,easily out clas-
mention in his column.To all my readers and friends for their sed their foes.JackSwilley and Alvin Stevenson also contributed -

good wishes and birthday cards. All in all I feel twenty years heavily, while Jimmie Harvard with26 points and William

younger and could go on forever. Florida A&MUniversity Chester with 14 points were high point men for the losers.


ST. LOUIS HAWKS PLAY James Hunt led the'Go Goer's to a thrilling 77-74 win over

PHILADELPHIA 76ERS SUNDAYThe the Raiders of Brownsville. Hunt hit a career high of 27 pointsto

of the lead his team to their first victory of the season.
St. Louis Hawks will make their fifth appearance vs.University
year at the Miami Beach Convention Hall Sunday night, Feb. .
11 76ers In what couldbe STNDINGS:
against the world champion Philadelphia
a preview of the world series of Pro Basketball. of Miami .;( < '"")"'\ ,L
TEAM WON 1 LOST
Western Divi- ,
The Hawks have an eight-game lead in the !
sion while the 76ers are ahead of the pack in the East and if ''.
both clubs continue their regular season play into the playoffs Hawks 8' . V. 0 :
can Feb. 10
Saturday Epicure Mkt. 6 ': l'
world rf':
the NBA ,
it would set up a battle of the giants for Dirty Dozen 6 1

series. Hawks 8:15 P.M. R. C. Ringers 4 '; ; 3
beaten the
The 76ers-led Wilt Chamberlain-have
by Knights 3-- ;, .: t 4"
three times in five starts this year but St. Louis is one of the Miami BeachConvention '
few trouble each time out. Celtics 3 , ;::5:..,
clubs able to give the world champs
Raiders 2/, .. 5
r.
In the last meet- Hall
Philadelphia
They downed them 134-122 at
Rattlers . 2 .iq :
ing of the two clubs January 10 playing their greatest gameof ; j ;.,' } .
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the year in handing the 76ers one of their Infrequent home Tickets at North Travel Bureau Go-Goers Miami Beach 0'1' j... ..'', 16"5.'...

court defeats. 1104 NW 3rd AvenueU. ..
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at St. Louis of Miami Ticket'Office < ;I, :
In turn, Philadelphia has split in two games b : .
4' "
where the Hawks show a 19-3 mark. Only Los Angeles, who 228 S. E. 1st Street TOP SCORERS "; a. ., '\ ....

ended the Hawks three-game beach win streak here Jan. 28 Miami Beach Convention Hall .;.
NAME TEAM .
have been able to master Coach Richie Guerinand his mates. RESERVED SEATS $3 AVG.
$2.50
Last able to win but once from the
the
year, Hawks were '
76ers in GENERAL ADMISSION: $2 McDougall Rattlers 24.4

Chamberlin eight,games.still the complete player, dominates the shooterbut gamein CHILDREN UNDER 12, $1.50 Snell Byrd D.R. C.Dozen Ringers 24.3 21.2

virtually all categories. He is still the reluctant '
Reed
Hawks 19.7
him the PRELIMINARY GAME 6
his and assist man earned p.m.
prowess as a rebounder Stirrup Hawks 18.0
circuit's MVP award last year.
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i I DINNER-MEETING HONORING NEW SORORSBeta VA or FHA Terms

: Ford Realty Will Tau Zeta Chapter of trig at the Voyager Hotel in
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority,.Inc., Daytona Beach. November 24- ((1)) 6808 NW 6th Ave. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths,

held its November 18th meeting 25, weredlscussedandfin- 2 story CBS, $300 down. $91.month. .

((1)) Arrange all financing for you to buy a at the Tyler Restaurant alized.
house. 1526 Ponce de Leon Blvd. ((2)) 14265 NW 22nd PI. 2 bedroom CBS,

Coral Gables, hostessed by 2 FURNISHED $200 down. $56 pays all.
HOUSES
Sorors Annie J. Ivey, Alva
((2)) Buy or sell your lot. Ford price, Hannah Edwardsand : TOTAL PRICE $8500
Dorothy Bowman. $1,000 down, $85 mo. Live ((3)) 7521 NW 12th Ct. 2 bedroom, Fla rm,

((3)) Trade your house for a better one. The Basileus, Soror LenoraB. rent No free.qualifying.Mo c losing We costs.have $250 down, $95 pays all.

Smith, welcomed,the newly many other homes.TIRELLA .
((4)) Make home improvement loans. Pay back I initiated Sorors to their very REALTY ((4)) 6545 NW 6th Ave. 2 bedroom CBS, $250

in 5 years. first meeting. Realtors down, $66 month.
Plans for the Southwestern 10124NW7 Av-754-5426

((5)) Sell ,you a fence or awnings. Regional Conference conven- ((5)) 1301 NW 61st St. 3 bedroom, Fla room,

$300 clown.FORD .

((6)) Build you a house on your lot.
REALTYIROKER REALTYINC. Broker

((7)) Take .our application to rent with option -

tolbuy.FORD . 3639 NW 15th Ave. 635.4595



REALTYJMC Broker OPEN 7 DAYS

Realty Inc. of Miami
NW 15th Ave. 635-4595 King
3639. . I, 0 ,.) .. ,' ,. , .'I ,
$250 DOWN $12 PAYS ALL $9,600 FHA King Size Buys"REALTORS 8000 NW 7th

Seller pay closing costs on this CBS bargain. DADE COUNTY' Ave
IS OUR
Large Fla room, tile roof, city water and well for KINGDOM
lawn, appliances, air conditioner. Good location
CALL
"IS THIS ANY WAY TO RUN A REAL ESTATE
OFFICE?" $250 DOWN $75 PAYS ALL $10,500 FHA 693-208 I

Seller pays closing. costs on this modern, 3 bed
WITH THESE WINNERS room CBS in neworea in Opa-locka. Near school,

buses. Jalousied windows, large lot,
YOU BET IT IS ! ! ! ! ! ! appliances.shopping; A neat attractive home at less than

8720 NW 14th Ave . . Can't lose 2 bedrms. rent. (Our Opa-locka phone number is 624.3666)).

1310 NW 88th St. . . First Class 3 bdrms. $300 DOWN $81.46 MONTH $13,000 FHA

8901 NW 10th Ave. . . A jewel 2 bdrms. This spotless home has a large built-in kitchen,
wall to wall carpeting 2 air conditioners, like. DON'T BE LATE IN '68
PI. . . the best 2 bdrms.
7928 NW 14th Just new appliances, drapes, fenced yard, sprinkler BUY NOW

2163 NW 83rd St. . . None better 2 bdrms. system. Nice street on 86th St., near 27th Ave
1783 NV 93rd TERR

7935 NW 16th Ave. . . Great location, 3 bdrms. BEAUTIFUL NEW AREA IN OPA-LOCKA 2 bedroom doll house. Built-in stove and oven.

l'/2 baths Modern 4 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, front porch, car- 7 years new. Vets $100 down.
port, jalousie windows wall to wall carpeting,
21.23 NW 52nd St. . . A sleeper 2 homes fenced yard. Near schools, shopping, buses. 935 NW 83 STREETCan
believe this ? 2 bedroom
you carport, stove
15730 NW 28th Ct. . . Neat as a pin, 4 bdrms. $300 down, $81.46 mo. $13,000 FHA and seller refrigerator, painting inside and out; only $11,500vets
closing Call Opa-locka of.
2 baths pays your costs our $100 down.
flee, 6243666 for'this bargain.

920 NW 87th St. . . . A3 bdrm, 2 bath '
.. 1351 NW 5 TERRACE
masionette $600 DOWN NO QUALIFYING 2 bedroom, Fla rot carpeted, FHA, $100 downto

8441 NW 25th Ave..A stone's throw to CBS,3 bedrooms, large enclosed front porch, full vets.
Northside. dining room, separate garage. Best location, near 8930 NW 9 COURT
Shadowlawn Elementary School at 82 NW 47th 2 bedroom
DOWNPAYMENTS FROM $100.00 AND UPI! Gorgeous stove, refrig, carpeting,
Terr. $12,500. FHA terms. Vets $iob down.
BOTH FHA AND NON-QUALIFYING
3120 NW 12 AVENUE
MONTHLY FROM $76.00 $300 DOWN $89 PAYS ALL $12,000 FHALovely
Beautiful 2 bedroom Fla enclosed
room, garage,
2 bedroom'C'Brl,In Allapattah 13th
on Ave.
front porch. Vets $100 down. Don't pass this up I
Give Your Valentine Homel!
a 34th Fla tile roof
St.
near room, garage, stove,
refrigerator, fenced yard, fruit trees, seller will BEAUTIFUL CORNER INCOME PROPERTY
AETNA REALTY BROKER pays closing costs on this beauty. Near everything 1391 NW 45 STREET
)
3 bedroom, well, pump and sprinkler, awnings.Has .
one bedroom apt. for income. Also garage.
757-5724 SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS Priced right.
Beautiful corner CBS at 300 NW 53rd St. 2 bath
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE
811 NW 54th STREET room, Fla room, carport, large kitchen, awnings -
lalousle windows, oil heat, air conditioner, large HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWe
OPENS DAYS EVERY WEEK beautiful yd. FHA price $13,000, $450 dn. $93 mo. specialize in homes for persons being displaced
in Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing
Projects, Veterans Call to see if you qualify.
You're only a phone call away
BEAUTIFUL 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH CORNER

Carport, jalousie windows, ,very modern kitchen,
ARTHUR' sprinkler system, stove refrigerator, air condi' Best Buys in Town

REALTOR flouter, gas heat. Bargain at $13,500, $450 down, .
TUBIN ((8 and '$83.71 FHA. Seller pays all closing costs.
LARGE CBS, 3 BEDROOM. Huge kitchen, diningroom
1906 NW 7t(. AVE. PHONE 691.4135 utility room, carport. Workshop. Sprinklers,
Bar-B-Q. Large lot. All fenced. $450 down.
COME ALIVE PHONE: 691-4785 -- WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES-

YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
NO QUALIFYING Modern 3 br. CBS, close in. LOVELY CBS 2 BEDROOM, large kitchen
$100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
$1,000 down and take over low interest mortgage DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY front and rear porch. Awnings, tile roof, large
tool house. Only $250 down, $11,500 FHA total.
'"e
93rd STREET Lovely 2 br. Fla rm, carport, No closing costs.

utility rmFHA$10,500.$350downand $65.11 mo SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT!!! MODERN 2 hardwood
Seller all closing costs. BEDROOM, 2 BATH, CBS,
pays TO BETTE R 'SE RVE YOU floors
awning windows, large lot, BarBQ,
JUST BUILT 3 br., 2 bath, CBS. $1500 dn & BRANCH, OFFICE IN OPA-LOCKA .AT $1,500 down, $11,500 total. No qualifying. No

move right in. No qualifying.81st '.,1 '" 16000 NW 27th AVENUEIn ." closing costs.DUPLEX .
(( 27th Ave. Shopping Center))

ST. FHA S4 CO dn. and $74.41 mo. ? br. 624.3666 Open 7 Day It! CBS BEAUTY. Completely furnished. 1

CBS, Fla rm, carport. Close to schools, shoppingand bedroom each side. Fla room, awning windows,
bUI.MODERH. utility rooms, $2,000 down, $12,500 total. No
qualifying, no closing costs.
4 BR. 2 BATH Carport, tile roof,
hardwood floors, awnings, wall to wall carpet, INCOME 3 UNITS. 2 CBS houses. Completelyfurn.
drapes, stove and refriqerator. FHA $18,500 with REALTYBROKER plus duplex lot. FRONT HOUSE. 2 bed
$800 dn and $113.53 mo. Beautiful area. Close room encl. jal. porch, carport. REAR HOUSE :
' in. ,Seller pays closing costs. 1 bedroom apt.and 1 efficiency apt.S16,500total.
Some cash needed.WE .
85th STREET -Modern 3 br.CBSFla 4932 NW 7th Ave HAVE MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS
room, large fenced lot. FHA price $13,600 with :11 $100
DOWN
FOR VETS& OISPLACEO PARSONS
'p $450 down and S84.35 mo. Seller pays all closing :; ,r n PL 9-4371
1\\ '! .,
costs. ':\ 16000 NW 27 \ Ave }

99th STREET Like new 2 br. CBS, Fla rm, SHELL REALTY"
;r oversize lot, wall to wall carpet, drapes, stove 4: .624-3666.
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( and refrig Seller pays all closing costs. FHA ::: .. Open-'Evenings Sundays 4260 NW 7th Ave. 758.5551
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i CLASSIFIED HELP WANTED Job InSight Explores Electronics

ADS Organist at Bethel Baptist

Church, 14440 Lincoln Blvd. as an Occupation Feb. 8

15 WORDS OR LESSSI50.5C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. Richmond Heights. Phone 235-
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED 4916 after 4 p.m. or 235-6463 This Thursday from 4:30 to cation Center, who is now employed -
ADS WEDNESDAY NOON after 6 Channel Two will
p.m.Opaiocka 5:00 p.m, by Pan American Air-
FOR SALE present "Job Inight." The lines, will relate his exper-
FOR SALE FOR SALE Carol City area. 2 purpose of the program is to iences in this field. Mr. Mar-

1210 NW LITTLE RIVER DR. $350 down FHA, $82 pays all. Brand new fine. quality 3 bed- men 3 women Part-time 9 a.m. give the general public an insight vin Droznenk, Teacher-Coor-
Open Sunday 2 to 6.3 bedroom 2 bedroom, Fla room carport. room, 2 bath home. North of to 12 noon or 4 to 6:30: p.m. into occupational fields, dinator of Electronics at the

2 bath, CBS, Fla room, full Near busses and transportation. expressway on open lot, at Must have phone,car,and good and to acquaint them wtih the Lindsey Hopkins Education
dining room, large eatin kit- Mike Scatton, Realtor 4015 NW 24th Avenue. Phone references. Route work. Call opportunities available for Center, will represent the
chen, builtin range, hardwood 751-9784. builder, PL 1-3604. Indef. Mr. Rowley between 1- 3pm. training for these occupations.The school.
floors, large bedrooms,on the or 6 8 p.m. 949-4793. program will be pre-
canal. Total price $22,500 541 NW 44th STREET FOR RENT sented on Thursday, Feb. 8,
Bank terms. A, Ben-Kori, Greatest Bargain in town! Buy! PORTER WANTED and will explore lectronicsas Sam Whatley and Bill Shu-
Realtor, 612 NW 60th St. Call direct from bank. No qualify- Furn. efficiency. NW section. 6 DAYS, YEAR ROUND an occupation. The host of ford of Hialeah Senior High
anytime 751-2243 ing. No closing costs. Only 1 Single man or couple preferred. Tahiti Motel the program is Arnold Warren School, representing the
year old, on the most gorgeous $16 weekly. Phone 759- 16901 Collins Ave. who serves as moderator. Mr. school paper, "Hialeah High
street. 3 bedroom 2 baths 9665. Please call afternoonsor Record will Interview the
3 BEDROOM 2 BATH Thomas M. Fisher of Mllgo ,
I Total price $14,000 only $450 fenced. $99 per month. call all day Sunday. Miid. Good job short hours. Electronics Corp. will appear panelists for these pertinent

down FHA terms, double cor- 235-2958 for appointment. The Willard Hotel. 124 NE 14th as an authority in this field. questions that would be of interest -
1 bedroom > ,Call
ner lot, beautiful grounds. efficiency Street Mr. Murray Rosen,a graduateof to anyone considering
Sprinkler, spotless CBS home, Modern CBS duplex 2 bedroom 754-0977. the Lindsey Hopkins Edu- Electronics as an occupation.

this is a steal. A, Ben-Kori, 1 bath, carport, 1 bedroom, 1 Mothers helper needed. Call
Realtor, Call anytime 751- bath on extra large corner lot. Nice settle Christian lady pay evenings after 5 p.m. Prefer TEETHINGPAIN
Tile roof. week or monthly. 754-9426. HAVING
2243. Bar-b-que pit.FHA elderly person. 6932833.MISCELLANEOUS. -,
150 NW 40th Street $500 down, $96 month, Atlantic. DIFFICULTIESAND ?
& Pacific Realtors. 666-0411 1558 NW 49th STREET
TOTAL
$13,900
1 bedroom cottage, unfurn for TROUBLESCome
Beautiful bedroom 1 bath iN\ Millions of mothers rely
CBS with huge Fla room. NO CLOSING COSTS couple only, weekly$19,needs TV SERVICE the f. OV on Baby ORA-JEl liquid.

Hardwood floors, ceder lined Lovely 3 bedroom 1 bath CBS Call painting.Mr.Immediate Gross 4446126.or occupancy. 'City wide 24 hour service to '..,... Recommended Put on-paln's by gone.many
'
closets, carporte in beautiful 'Title roof,Hard wood floor, .. Charge it, 634-6714. Castle RELIGIOUSSPIRITUAL pediatricians. Easy to

convenient section, close to fenced corner lot,awning,air- evenings 448-2824. TV. -i relief.use. Brings Carries prolonged Good
busses and schools. FHA conditioner, wall to wall car-
MEETINGFor Housekeeping warranty
566 1/2 NW 22 STREET iU
terms with only$450 down vets pet, near Central High. FHA 1 1/2 bedroom pottage Unfurn.for TR-SONIC Fish Calls. (Have ,. t seal. Ask pharmacist for
only $100 down, if you see this $400 down $80 month. Vet- 50)). Calls fish to line by sight, Information: PARENTS'.,.. BABY
couple only. Weekly $18. .
-'
you will buy it. A. Ben-Kori, erans or displaced persons Needs painting. Immediate oc- sound and smell, Transitoriz- Phone: 759.0707 :: orajelCOME It

Realtor call anytime, 751- $100 down. Atlantic & Pacific cupancy. Call Mr. Gross 444- ed. New retails $12.95, sell
2243. Open Sun. 2-5 P.M. Realtors. 666-0411. 6126 $5.00 each. 300 E. 53rdStreet.
or evenings 448-2824.
8920 NW 12th AVENUE Hialeah Phone: 6886977.REMODELING .
Open> Sunday 2 to 6.3 bedroom Handyman or speculator's
Nice clean room in private'home
1 bath CBS garage,wall to wall special. 2 bedroom, 1 bath CB:"c:
757-1907.
carpet, com;>letly fenced rear on rear of duplex corner lot Room additions remodeling TO SEE US ATJOE'S

very large lot, large kitchen 75-110. Lots room to build another alterations commercial ,
eatin. Total price$16,000 only house. Seller very 2 window,Cage store excellent industrial residential. Free
$600 down FHA terms.A, Ben- anxious. Inspect 2293 NW 101 location. Will rent very reasonable estimates. Allied Builders MARKETSTHERE
Kori, Realtor, 612 NW60thSt.Call St. Make offer Atlantic pacific Good for all busi- 446-3288.
anytimn 751-2243. Realtors 666-0411. nesses. 741 NW 62nd street.

See store, then call 8668757Feb. IS ONE NEAR YOU

9553 NW 26th AVENUE CBS MOVE RIGHT IN ( 9)) CHILD CARE

Drive by then call. 3 bedroom 2367 NW 93rd STREET Room. Middle Mothers, Mothers, I f you are FINE GROCERIES & MEATSWE
2 bath CBS Spotless home all 2 bedroom huge Fla.room ex- age man only. looking for a clean neat home
new painted inside and out im- tra large lot.See: Call owner Preferrable one work during experienced babysitter good FEATURE
day. Reasonable rent.. Calli
maculate.: Large lot 75x143. 693-2631. food
7593360.Wan call us pickup and delivery -
Will to wall carpet, full din- 633-2002 or 633-2732 WISE POTATO CHIPS
ing room and very large 737 NW 47th Terrace 4
t' Christian woman or
screened Florida room Only 3 bedroom, CBS, move rightin a couple. 1649 NW 69th Ter. Child day care in my home. AND SNACKS
$16,500 with $600 down FHA large rooms.SeeCal own anytime after 5 or interviewon Your child will be given the
terms A, Ben-Kori, Realtor er 693-2631. best of care. 759-8335. Indef. 1.
call anytime 751-2243. Sunday. .__ .

2 bedrooms, Fla. room, den 1 bedroom furn apts. centralair
2252 NW 96th STREET with lavoratory use the 3rd reasonable. 691-6487. FOR $2.95 ATTENTION ALL FRIENDS OF THE:
Drive by-then call to see this bedroom, awnings! spinkler, ,
very large 2 bedroom homa comphte air conditioned :and< I'll send you researchon Mary Lee AgencyWE
Room in private home for quiet helping you enjoy
with Fla room, oak floors, if heat dish washer and washing
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sober settled man, workdays. marital happiness.co HAVE MOVED TO OUR NEW OFFICES AT:
you see this inside you will buy machine. Maay extras.
FHA terms $17,000 with $700 FHA $430 865 NW 83rd Ter. 634-9654. C. Y. 1662 NE 123rd Streetand
down a must see. A. Ben-Kori P. 0. Box 56
Realtor call 751- --- Clean efficiency for steadily Edison Center Station we would appreciate your calling on us. We
anytime
2243. 3 bedroom -- move right in. employed single mal $11. No Miami, Fla. 33150 have many openings for cooks, housekeepers,
4220 NW 11th Place. Lovely linens or utility. Furn. 121 NW nurses, andes, baby nursing, day workers, chauffeurs
PROFESSIONALSSee home in best area. Fla.room, 39th St. 758-4373. butlers, housemen and almost any kind of

this beauty by appointment large porch. See: Call owner. lob you might need. A warm welcome awaits you.

only on beautiful NW Little 6932631. HELP WANTED ATTENTIONFOR Nancy S. Ward

River Dr. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Complete food market in heavy

garage Fla. room, many extras populated area of Coconut Barber wanted. Beck's BarberShop SALE

This on the canal, Fla. Grove. Near Carver School 6612 NW 18th Avenue.
room has glass sliding doors CARLTON REALTYBroker
and average $3500 week.Sell rea Record ShopBusiness'
over look shimmering
sonable. Good terms.! 117
water. Total price $25,000with Grand Ave. HI 8-0380. $200 down no goal. $85 mo. ( )
bank terms A, Ben-Kori <(Feb. 91 pays all 2 bedroom, 1 bath
Realtor call 751-2243 693-4772 635-3/77
anytime CBS home. 2325 NW 166th St. Ah!war
Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS, FHA
GOOD
FR 3-0854. INCOME
1250 NW 90th STREET approved carport, many extras SEE THESE HOMES BEFORE YOU BUY

Open Sunday 3 6. 3 bedroom vets., total Seller$11,000,$100 closing for Jewelry store and watch re- NEAR SCHOOL 2 BDRM, I BATH FHA, CBS, landscaped, fenced
2 bath CBS double garage, pays pair. Same location since 1946 41611/2 NW 22 AVE.
$13,000 $400 down $80.82 monthly.
,
fenced costs. Drive by 2366 NW 85th
yard. Beautiful corner, will sacrifice illness. Call
rear patio stove. FHA St. Then call Fenster Realty, CALL:
terms ,carpets downA. (Broker), 7598779.NO 379-6814. (8 to 5)). 2 BDRM, 2 BATH, FHA CBS, tile rf, executive
$20,000 wjth$900 633-2400 or 759-9563 $800
type home, $18,000, down. $110.33 ,monthly.
Ben-Kori, Realtor, call OPERATORS WANTED
4 to 12 midnight
anytime 751-2243. QUALIFYING Magnolia Beauty Salon. Phone p.m.
Beautiful large, 2 bedroom, 685-3921. Feb. 16 3 BDRM, 2 BATH, FHA, CBS, spacious home,

$450 DOWN FHA CBS, large lot, nice area, cpt,fenced, extras. $18,500$800 down, $113.53 mo.
size rooms carporte,
over ,
$100 DOWN-221 CERT.
535 NW 58th STREETNO fenced in yard, hardwood BEAUTIFUL HOME & DQUT MO. INCOME. Live
floors good terms. Drive by rent free. All CBS duplex and extrohouse. 80x150

lovely 3 CLOSING bedroom COSTS CBS, Air- 9210 NW 15th Ave. Then call tee )j. lot. 3 apts. $22,500, $4,000 down, $119.31 month.

conditioned, wall to wall car- Fenster Realty, (Broker), ,

pets, large Fla. room, Hurry 759-8779_ Coin Operated NO QUALIFYING
this will sell fast. Allapattah 3 bedroom, CBS, carport, tile 2 BDRM, 1 BATH House and extra bldg. lot.$6500.

Realty. 633-0426. roof, near transportation and
schools, FHA terms,only$300 Washing MachinesIn TWO 2 BDRM HOMES on one lot. Live rent
Lovely home 3 bedroom, 11/2 down $100 vets. No closing fifr free. $14,000, $2,000 down, $125 month.
baths, ventilated heat, near costs. Drive by 3231 NW 171
school and fishing. 3220 NW Street, then call Fenster Real- Your Home or Apartment, Free 2 BDRM, I BATH Liv rm, K, din area, cpet.tilefr

205th St. Call owner 624-0577 ty, Broker, 759-8779. We Install and Service these Washers at CBS, $10,000, $1,000 down, $75 monthly


FHA SPECIAL Open 3-6 p. 1220NW No Charge 3 BDRM, 2 BATH, tile roof, CBS beauty, $15,000, "
2161 NW 100th STREET 88th St. bedroom, 2 bath,CBS $1500down $100 monthly.
$100 down if qualified, 2 bed- FHA or conventional,carport, Call 7570191STATE
room, 1 bath, custom-built, built-in range and over, car- 3074 NW 79 ST. w: :: .s.a'
double carport Only 2 years port. In best area. Our sales-
old. men will be on premises. WIDE COIN LAUNDRY, DISTRIBUTORS 69347726353177

Greenwood Realty, Realtor. Fenster Realty, Broker, 759-
759-5786 800 Bis. Blvd. 8779. __ _ _ ___ M .


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