The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: January 28, 1966
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Vol. 43, No. 22 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY JANUARY 28, 1966____ 16 PAGES 15* !

1'$3.5 Million Asked for Community, Child Care Centers :

I BOBBY KENNEDY WARNSOF .... I 350 New Jobs to Help J:

PENDING DISASTERThere Offset Cuban Influx :

will be a "disaster" change cannot come overnight,
unless plans for improvementof but "clearly the present pace '
Northern cities take fully unsatisfactory," and will lead The Dade County Task would complete the program in ;
into account "the plight of the to riots like those in Watts. Force has announced a $3.5 a year. Under the new set-up
urban Negro," said Sen. Robert million stepped-up public works 'it is expected that the projects !
Kennedy (D., N.Y.) last Kennedy said "the deeper program to provide 350 jobs an d would be completed In
Thursday.At part, the really dangerouspart i improve and expand local 15 months.
a meeting of the enter- is in the gulf which se- housing facilities.The The following places will
tainment division of the Federation parates the Negro from the Miami Housing Authority receive improvements and new I
of Jewish Philan- white power structure that has prepared the program buildings:
thropies, Kennedy said that governs him." with a view to stemming the Scott Homes, NW 75th St.
unemployment caused by the and 22nd Ave; $363,000 improvements -
current arrival Cuban refugeesand and repairs and a
to push long-range hous- community center.
IBJ Names Motleyto ing construction.John Liberty Square at NW 62ndSt.
Turner, chairman of and 12th Ave; $347,000 for
task force, praised the pro- improvements and $310,000for
gram and said he expects quick two child care centers.
federal Judgeship/ federal approval.The Larchment Gardents at
details of the program North-South Expressway and
were given to the task force Little River Dr.; $240,000in
Manhattan Borough Presi-. and education fund of the Na- by Housing Authority Chair- improvements and $325,000for

dent Constance Baker Motleywas tional Association for the Two young brothers who were falsely accused and man Martin Fine and Executive a child care center and a
named Monday by Presi- Advancement of Colored Director Haley Sofge. community center
sent to jail in Mississippi because their mother
dent Johnson as a U.S. Dis- People in 1965. The program aims at im- The New Relocation Housing -
trict Court judge is the first She was a New York state joined the Sunflower County Civil rights movement are provements and new buildings, at NW 22nd Ave and 56thSt
Negro woman to aopointed senator from 1964 to early seeking a new life in Miami today. The parents moved including child day care cen- ; $940,000 for three child
to such a post.A 1965, and since last Februaryhas here 13 months ago with their other 12 children and are ters and community centersat care centers and two community -

44-year-old Democrat, been president of Manhattan now living at 3244 NW 69th St. The boys are back in four housing locations. centers.
Sofge said million of Expansion of the authoriti-
Mrs. Motley will be nominatedby borough. school and happy to be out of Mississippi. Elson (left) ty's administrative and main-
From the $3.5 will\ pay for the work
to 1952 Mrs.
Pres. Johnson for the and Louis (right) are shown with Brownsville EOPI needed to complete the pro- tenance facilities, $15,000.
Motley the New
was partner
bench of the U.S. District York law firm of Pearlman counselors John Gullery and Roscoe Matchett. More in- jects. The rest will be spent Work on the program may
Court for the Southern Districtof formation in Dave Bondu's column 7. for acquiring land and material.An start as soon as the funds are
on Johnson
Motley and Bronheim, and a page -
New York, to succeed the estimated 700,000-man available from the federal government -
late Archie O. Dawson. member of the New York State of Miami photo.Alabama hours-with 350 men working Sofge said.
She is the wife of Joe Advisory Council on Employ-
Wilson Motley of New York ment and Unemployment Insurance -
City and the mother of one from 1958 to 1964. j Demos

son. She is an attorney who $2 Million Small Business

has handled.civil rights" mat- Upon confirmation of her Drop, 'WhiteSupremacy' f I
nomination as a federal judge
ters.She rose from a research by the Senate, she will receive I

student in 1945 to associate a $30,000 a year saI I TagThe Loan Program Approved !

counsel of the legal defense lary. "White Supremacy"

'label was stricken from the ---
party emblem Saturday in Bir- A new $2 million federal The Small Business Ad- loans for new businesses. I
15 African Leaders Fete mingham by the Alabama Democratic program is to come to Dade ministration which has $28 The EOPI will establishthe
I Party loyalists, after County furnish loans tohelpthe million set aside for the 50 development center with I
they were warned to accept the poor get in business for programs, will supply money the poverty grant. The center I
Ousted changing times.Segregationists. themselves.A for the loan. Dade will proba- will have a staff of five pro-
Ga. Legislator
blamed Small Business Develop- bly get about $1.5 million fe ssionals and two clerks who
of in the from the will recruit the poor for loans,
civil ri&hts.advocates for the ment, one 50 country, program. t
Julian Bond, Georgia state jections to the U.S. policy in removal of the label, and one will be established here to screen them, train them to run
Rep-elect who was not allowed Viet Nam, and said it was charged that Martin Luther run the program. The plan is to give small businesses counsel them
to take his seat in the aimed only at "establishing Kinghad sent "carpetbaggers"into Miami's Congressman Dan business opportunities to low- and help them fill out appli-
House, was entertained Fri- solidarity with our brothers in Alabama.Gov. te Fascell said Wednesdaythat income people who will drawon cations for SBA loans, whe-
day at the United Nations by our civil rights movement." George E. Wallace the Office of Economic hundreds of Dade's busi- ther the application is ap-
representatives from 15 African Bond was rejected in the did not comment, except to Opportunity had agreed to give nessmen for help. The latter proved or not is decided by
I countries to show their Georgia House of Represen- say, "I am going back to Mont- Dade's Economic Opportunity will act voluntarily as assistants the SBA.A .
support for him and for the tatives earlier this month for gomery." Program, Inc. to the poor who get the person must be in the
civil rights movement.In his open opposition to the low-income bracket and un-
,attendance at the lun- the U.S. policy in Viet Nam. able to borrow from a bank or
cheon were Dr. Martin Luther He told newsmen at the lunch, Calls for Shift in War on PovertyChairman other financial institutions in
King, Bayard Rushing,organizer "The U.S. should get out of order to qualify for the loans.
march Wash- Viet Nam." lie can get up to $15,000 at
of the 1964 on
and John Foreman, Bond will be seen on "Meet Representative Adam Clayton anti-poverty effort. Powell who rep- 5'/j% interest, which must be
chairman ington of the Student Non- the Press" TV program on Powell I, chairman of the The emphasis will be plac- resents Harlem, made his remarks paid back over 15 years.
Violent Coordinating Committee. Sunday. Education and Labor Commit- ed on job creation and on-the- at the 2nd annual Man- Once a person gets a loan
'tee, has called for a change in job training, the chairman hattan Borough President's and actually goes into busi-
The meeting was "the beginning the "legislative image" of the said, and many of these "cul- Conference of Community ness, the volunteer businessmen -
of creative coalition Waron Poverty to provide more tural and social frills in the Leaders in New York City, will act as a back-up
between the a black people of REGISTER TO VOTEDon't for the hard core unemployed. War on Poverty should be cut Friday, Jan. 21, at the Harlem force for the center and followup -
YWCA 125th St.
on consultants.
tb". U.S. and their black brothers Chairman Powell said also put."
be left Have
in Africa," King told must be greater coordi-
the diplomats.The something to say about there of the existing Manpower

lunch was organized by your local, state and national Administration' programs and :
Ambassador AchKar Marof of various programs of the Of-
Guinea. lie denied it had any government. fice of Economic Opportunityto
connection with Bond's ob- insure the success of the

I U.S. Registrars Assigned to

B'ham After NAACP Pressureabout 1TTT d

BIRMINGHAM Finally responding Branch, and W. C. Patton, the 45,000 Negroes are now -.
registered. Althoughthey con- ,
to repeated urging by association's field director for _ r
of the
stitute .
31 cent
per pop- 3w I
called for
the National Association for voter registration, ; t tr
ulation of Jefferson County,
of Federal regis-
the Advancement of Colored assignment
of the
only about 21 per cent
People, the Southern Christian trars. This request was repeated -
registered voters. The NAACP -f _
Leadership Conference and both by the NAACPand ; ;
campaign is designed to cor-
others, Attorney General Nich- by the SCLC which beganin rect this imbalance.In _
olas deB. Katzenback has January, a series of demonstrations _
'agreed to send a task force of Washington, Mr. Katzen- _
20 Federal examiners to speed Meanwhile, the NAACP bach said the registrars wouldbe
registration in the Birminghamarea. drive enlisted the cooperationof assigned to Bessemer and
churches, civic associations Fairchild as well as to Bir-

Last October, when the and other organizations, mingham. All these cities are

NAACP launched its intensive succeeded, by December 1, in in Jefferson County which is Students at Bethune-Cookman College, Madelyn Squire, Miami, Florida;
drive to enlerge the number of adding approximately 11,000 the 37th county to which Fed-
Phylippa Collier, the Bahamas and Charles Long, Washington, D. C. are shown
registered Negro voters in the names of Negro voters to the eral examiners have been assigned -
underthe discussing the new science building, a part of a $1,065,000 building program now
city, Dr. John Nixon, presi- rolls, without the aid of Fed- Voting Rights
dent of the Birmingham NAACP eral rell tration. In the county Act of 1965. underway on Bethune-Cookman Collge campus in Daytona Beach, Florida.o .



2 THE MI AM! TIMES Friday :January 28, 1966

I Facts on Urban Renewal'

RELOCATION PAYMENTS -. date of the move. Regulationswill
To Be Equalby 'BUSINESS CONCERNSMany not permit the Agency to
I make a payment for moving ex
benefits are availableto penses in excess of the low-
Whitney M. Young Jr. business concerns who face est bid. In the event the con-
the first
displacement cern does not secure three
Durban renewal which
Executive Director National Urban League project bids, the maximum payment
extends generally from
cannot exceed $500.
21st Terrace to NW 14th St.
Last spring a report published by the U. S. Depart- and from NW 3rd Ave. to NW DIRECT LOSS OF
ment of Labor and popularly known as the Moybiham 6th Place. One of these benefits PROPERTYA
Report, after its author, received a good deal of publi- has to do with Relocation
receive -
city in the press. Since then it has become difficult to Payments for moving expensesand business concern for can direct
read about discuss the direct loss of property. a payment
or Negro's drive for full equality loss of property on all items,
without encountering references to this report or with- except goods for sale that
out dealing with the question it raises. MOVING EXPENSESThe cannot be used in the new lo- 4 y0
Briefly, the point of the report, which is entitled, Urban Renewal Agency cation. The amount of this
will reasonable and necessary -
"The Negro Family," is that as a consequence of sla' pay moving expenses for payment is arrived at by determining

very and oppression, the Negro family as an institutionhas business concerns up to $25- the fair market valueof
deterioted to the point where its pathological state 000. In the event the concern the items for continued use
threatens to engulf the gains Negroes may make in the elects to receive a paymentfor at the site location. This val-
future. Impressive looking charts and graphs are pre- direct loss of property the ue ns arrived at by securing an p y
sented to show that Negroes commit more crimes, have maximum payment for moving appraisal of the items by a
more illegitimate births, are more often unemployedand expenses cannot exceed $3- person who has a knowledge or Y
are more often members of broken families. 00. In order to be consideredfor experience in that particulartype k

Unfortunately, the report has been pressed into a relocation payment the of business or a standard
procedure as prescribed by )
business concern must notifythe
uses which its author, Daniel P. Moyniham, an eloquent Y
Urban Renewal Agency in
advocate of civil rights, could not have foreseen. Both staff of the Agency i. I
writing of its intention to moveat :
the popular press and other quarters, have seized upon least 30 days and not more will maintain frequent contact IN FINAL COLLEGIATE Forbeesh," and Anthony Sweets
its findings and have distorted them to the point where than 90 days before the date with all concerns in order to PERFORMANCE This trio ing Miami who portrays
the record must be set straight. of the move. If the concern assure that they will avail of Florida A&M University "Luther Billis," leader of the
First of all, the report isn't about the Negro familyat estimates that the cost of the themselves of all of the benefits seniors will appear in their Sea Bees. Miss Wilson and .
final collegiate performance
all, it is about some Negro families. The picture of move will exceed $500, three to which they are entitled the Tallahassee institution Helper who have traveled ill
it does bids from reputable moving Further inf rmation may be Europe with the Playrnakns,
prevalent pathology presents just not fit realityand when the internationally known when they entertained i
is a gross injustice to the overwhelming majority of concerns must be secured and secured at the field office FAMU Playmakers Guild presents can soldiers under Ameri I", $ t
submitted to the Agency at located at 421 NW 19th St. the Rodgers and Ham-
Negro families which are as stable as any in the nation. State Department and ISO
least fifteen before the The phone No. is 377-5291.
Further, the statistics it quotes leave out factors days merstein musical, "South sponsorship, have been seen
which put its findings in doubt. Nowhere among its Pacific" in the Charles Win- in many leading roles on the :
many charts in the report is there a breakdown of comparative Perry Issues Call to ElksW. ter wood Theatre on the FAMU campus. Sweeting presidciu i
campus next Thursday, Friday of the Playmakers Guild hat '
statistics which contrast figures for Negro Saturday and Sunday,
0. Perry state president starred in campus productions
families with those for white families of comparable for the Florida State Elks January 27-30. Left to rightare and has also had experience '
income. What appear to be racial differences in regardsto Association announced today David Helper, Mulberry, in commercial films, ming -
family stability are more probably class differences, that 1,500 Elks will be in attendance Fla., who plays the role of his appearance as a din-
which Negro lower-class families share with whites. at the state concen- "bmile" the French lover cer in "Caribbean Adventures"
Again figures which purport to show Negro crime tion that will be held in Sara- in the tropic paradise musical; and walk-on parts in sent!
and than those of whitesdo sota April 16-20. Delores Wilson Tallahassee minor films. FAMU stall
illegitimacy rates as higher .M1 who will sing and dancein
Perry is urging all Elks photo by Ernest Fillyau.
not take into account such hidden factors as the the lead role of "Nellie:!
police propensity for arresting Negroes more readily, aho plan to attenl ithe conven-
tion to make them hotel
and the ease with which betteroff white families can reser- .
vations at once to the hous- ...
conceal illegitimacy and abortions. Too often the figures Let Us Solve Your
ing department that is headedby vention headquarters whereall
which show such, shocking disparity in family sta- x
Dt. Ruth Andrews in Sara- the meetings will be held. PRINTINGProblems
the result of these
bility are "hidden" factors. The

pejorative implications of the report's figures just do) sota.This will be the first time

not stand up to examination of the causes behind them. in the history of the state association YOU ARE CORDIALLY The Excelsior Press
The findings of the report, whatever the failings of that a downtwon
statistics, do give a picture of some of the social ills hotel will be used for the con-. INVITED TO THE SIR DISTINCTIVE PRINTING

which affect many Negroes. However, family instabilityhas JOHN HOTEL LOUNGE 834 NW 3rd Ave. 3739245Edward

been presented in the press and elsewhere as being TART WORK TODAY!! -MAC FASKE, MGR. E.' Davis Prop.
the cause of Negro failure to achieve equality. This isa A Public Service Over I
gross distortion. It is instead the result of patternsof 20 Years

discrimination which deny to Negro citizens the 'Live In Maids
same chance to hold a job and earn a decent living that Cook Bus Boys
the white American has. Dishwashers Porters
The real message of the report, obscured by the Gas Station Drivers PROfiLE OF
unfortunate emphasis on the distorted figures, is that Hotel & Home MaidsWe

unemployment among Negroes, twice the white rate and Appreciate Your O

affecting perhaps 25 percent of Negro men, has effects Business BONDED RENTAL
which go beyond the economic, harming the social fab- WO ,4
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afflict disproportionate numbers of Negroes in the United
States take a tremendous toll from the man who is job- \. stRW Sll; N.E 5th Street AGENCY INC.

less, the housewife who is forced into the labor marketto ,
make ends meet, and the child denied the atmos- -

phere he needs to grow up properly motivated.The .
problems the Negro family faces to day are East Coast
caused by its economic disadvantages, which are in AGENCY IN THE SOUTH. OPERATING J 'IN DADE AND

turn mainly the result of the discrimination and unequal TailorsFEATURING BROWARD COUNTIES. MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE

treatment of today not chiefly the result of slavery, THE NEW
as' the report argues. The sooner we get off the side DAK SLACK SUIT THAN 10,000 HOUSING UNITS.I THE HON. L. L. BROOKS,

track of peripherical issues and back on the main road Unclaimed 'ants for Sale PRESIDENT. "

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2941 N.W. 47TH STREET 634-3851 lflRlDENTIALINV..TM.NT L '
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 28, 1966 3

Passage oflnterama Negro Writers Are

Hailed Necessary, Says KillensBALTIMORE

Md "Un minds of white and black ev-
Passage by the Senate of passed by the Senate is tang- less the Negro author tells it erywhere. Not only is the Ne-
hegmlation authorizing Fed- ible evidence of their strong as it is and has been, the gro today no "Uncle Tom" or
eral participation in Interama support.. world will never know the true "Gubga Din" but the respon-
|was hauled this week by Dr. The pavilion to house the story of Negro life and his- sibility of saving ideals of
I Irving E. Muskat, chairman of Federal exhibit will be financ- tory in America," declares civilization is not "the white
the Inter-Amerwan Center Au- with part of the $22 million John 0, Killens at Coppin man's burden" as Rudyard

'. thorny as a major milestone Community Facilities Admin- State College last Friday. Kipling said it was but is in-
] in the progress of the Inter- istration loan. This building Killens was developing the stead the "black man's bur-
\ American Cultural Trade Cen- is being designed by the distinguished theme of "What Negro Authors den," the title of Mr. Killen's
architect, Edward Are Saying." His was anotherone new book.
ter.Dr.. Muskat said, '"After Dwell Stone and according to of thpse lectures in the The Coppin students of

I! years of effort by the Author Dr. Muskat, "The designs for Coppin series, "Growing Up Y-003, who are preparing to
: ity, state, county, municipal the pavilion are well underway In America." work in the inner-city, con-
officials, and business and ." Killens is the author of ducted the whole program;
.' civic organizations: passage- The chairman reported that two novels, "Youngblood" Miss Sonja Wilson, presided
by the Senate,of.this bill is a preliminary contracts in Latin and "Then We Heard The Miss Janice Blackwell did the
vital step forward in the del America with leaders in the Thunder" and a recently pub- introducing and Mrs. Alberta
l?, velopment'of Interama." industrial, economic and cultural lished volume of brilliant essays Scroggins handled the question Soprano Leontyne Price is presented the 50th
Dr. Muskat praised the helprof field on the technicaland entitled "Black Man's from the audience.In NAACP Spingarn Medal by the man who was responsiblefor
Florida's Senators and Rep- professional level had Burden." He told the audiencethat connection with the program her singing with the Metropolitan Opera Company,

resentatives in gaining sup- elicited highly favorable responses the picture that the world Mrs. Viola C. Jackson Rudolf Bing, Met general manager. Bishop Steven Gill
port for Federal participation with regard to parti- has of the American Negro was prepared an impressive displayof Spottswood, NAACP board chairman, is looking on. The
!i in Interama.-He said, "Inter cipation by the American re- invented by the white man and books and book jackets of presentation was made at the Association's annual Fel-

ama 'has been served ably and publics. He also said, "Ini- that Negro authors musr rein- more than 200 Negro authors lowship Dinner, Sunday night, Jan. 2 at the New York
well in the Senate and in the
tial contacts with major industries vent the Negro as he reallyIs who have produced works Hilton.
,J House of Representatives by in the U. S. have been ; must de-brain-wash the since 1950.Sentinel .
$,the members of Florida's congressional highly productive. These potential "

",I, ."help to Interama,delegation., 'has Their been great interest exhibitors in participation have shown: Publishers Former Slave

.I. l constant and the bill just at Interama." to Hear Katzenbach I

","1'r'; ;Ramon--- S. Scruggs is and Weaver at D.C. Meet JACKSON.Dies at Tenn.110- .?.

Ella Billings, who relatives
1 j The Annual Mid-winter ; Ben Gilbert, Mana- servance of Negro NewspaperWeek said was born into slavery
Urban Leaguefnsfaffafion Workshop of the National ger-Editor, Washington Post; : the annual NNTA Merit 110 years ago, died here.
( Newspaper Publishers Association James Williams, Editor-Wash- Awards; and the 26th Annual Mrs. Billings, born March
will be held in Wash- ington Afro-American. 'Circu- Convention to be held in Philadelphia -
1, 1855, on a plantation near
ington D. C., January 27-29. lation Panelists are: Harry with E. Washington
Tiplersviile Miss., had beenin
; SpeakerRamon Highlighting the meeting will Gladstein, Circulation Direc- Rhodes, Publisher the Phila-
: health until she
, be addresses by Attorney Ge- tor-Washington. Post; Charles delphia Tribune, as host. good was
neral Nicholas Katzenbachand Davis, Circulation Director- The publishers will have bedridden a year ago.
S. Scruggs public Dr. Robert C. Weaver, Afro-American; Robert Robinson high level conferences with She was the widow of Ru-
manager of American newly named Secretary of the Philadelphia Tribune. leading government officialsand in Billings who died in 1928at
'in Telegraph and Telephone Co. Department of Housing and The Advertising Panel will they will be the guest of 83, the family sand, and her
' New at York the will be guest Urban Development.The feature Kenneth Wilson Ad- Coca-Cola for lunch on Fri- mother died in 1932 at the age
speaker Greater Miami publishers will con- vertising Director-Afro Ameri- day, Jan. '28 and of the Re- of 117.
jr; Urban League's First annual cern themselves with editorial, can Newspaper; Joe Brown, publican Congressional Com-
(Sr. installation! .meeting. This circulation and advertisement Publisher-Denver Blade; Balm mittee at the Capitol Hill Club
'tt. meeting, in which the public panel discussions, Partici- Leavell, PublisherChicago on Saturday.The Afro-American
qiVinvited. ; will lie Wednesday pants of the Editorial, Panel Crusader; D. Parke Gib- Newspapers are host and John
'; evening Feb. 2 at Temple will be Roger B. Sarguhar, son,Marketing Consultant; and Murphy, III, Vice President of '
Israel's Wolfson Auditorium, Editor-Montogomery County L. H. Stanton of New York NNPA, is Mid-Winter Work- i SUPPORT
137 NE 19th St. shop Program Chairman. Frank
Mr. Scruggs is a vice presi- City.The publishers will also L. Stanley, Publisher of the I YOUR
dent of the National Urban finalize plans for their annual Louisville Defender, is Presi- ,
League and has served as a Russwurm Awards which will dent of the Association.More .
three-term president of the be made in March on the anniversary than 75 executives of YMCAK'TIL5'P.M.
: of the founding of America's leading oriented
Detroit Urban League, where the first Freedom's will be in ...
newspaper newspapers attendance -
, the was' the, ecipien ,'or.nim-: Jouinal'tlio"arinuaTMattdr'ab; '
'.erous citations tor outstanding
,community service. Central
Michigan University honored
him with an LLD. degree last
J In accepting the invitation side and there will be enter-
Mr. Scruggs pointed out that tainment and refreshments. Installed -
/, Greater Miami may likely be- officers will be Mrs. .
;:come a national model of racial Louis (Bess) Glasser,the first
I !t cooperation;; and'progress woman elected to head the 00
t:"The mixture .of.:d more. cosmopolitan'population -' local: Urban League in its 22 0 AT
\\1 jj;' in Miami years existence. Also four
,f jwill tend to alleviate tensions vice presidents, former Senator -
t; that stem from centuries of Harry P. Cain, Leon Robinson -

1':tradition peculiar to other George V. Crawford, LINCOLNNATIONAL
f Deep South communities," and Clarence Paterson; Mrs.
!I said Dr. Scruggs. Eugenia Mitchell, secretary,
" : Dr. Gilbert Porter will pre-. and Stewart Kohn, treasurer. -
_._ :
(i Fisk Gets $7,500 From Gulf then read about the new location -

ol the New Thrill, formerly -
1. The Gulf Oil Corporation ment, Pittsburgh, to Dr. Geo.N. MIAMIFull
t. has awarded a $7,500 capital Redd, Fisk dean and Ama of 1486 NW 5th Place.

f grant to Fisk University, Bontemps, director, University Now located at 1613 NW 54th
Service All the
Banking for People
, Nashville, Tenn., as part of Relations. Street.
, the company's comprehensive Gulf capital grants are Homo cooled food, old hickory
educational aid Program. given to assist institutions in 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue
barbecue with French
;1 j The $7,500 will\ be appliedo meeting anticipated growth requirements Phone 759-4431
the best in to take out.
t the university's Centennial to replace obsolete town

Development Program. Fisk buildings and equipment, I[I Mack Barkley, Owner I I In the Edison Financial Center
'was founded in 1866, and is and to expand their services.
conducting a special drive this Other phases of Gulf's Aid to .
year in honor of its 100th an- Education program include
niversary. special grants to colleges and tance grants, graduate fellow-
Presentation of the Gulf universities, Gulf merit scholarships ships, and grants to provide Now ProvidingNew
to children of em- salary supplements to selected
grant was made by K. S.
Griggs, Nashville District ployees and annuitants, em- faculty members along with Extended Banking Hours

sales manager, and Daniel G. ployee gift matching to col- opportunities to pursue projects
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Fla. Voters League Holds

a I Semi-Annual Meeting I I

I (Special Re- I
Editor and Publisher ale, Dr
E. SICISMUNO REEVES, Sparked by the interest Ward of p. A
port) Miami '
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor created by controversial Iss- of St. Petersburg. J. p. tosea

WILLIAM W. McBRIDE. CUr Editor! ues on the agenda and the Action on the
Member of the National Nowtpopors Publishers Association forthcoming statewide elec- league by-laws to revisIon of

SUBSCRIPTION RATES tions the largest number ever with the newlv adopted Confum Charter

ONE YEAR.$5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 to attend the semi-annual meet was defeated until further
ings of the board of directorsof study by the Committee
the Florida Voters League, by1 aws. on
Entered or Second Clan Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post
Inc., assembled at the Sadd-
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 ler Hotel in Orlando Sunday CANDIDATES FOR STATE

Office it 6740 NW 15th Avenue Phone OX 1.0421 morning for a five hour lively OFFICES INVITED
discussion.Top After minor objections the
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" t,M item on the agendawas board voted to extend mvita.
best lead action on the controversial tions to all candidates
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can for
the world from racial and national antagonism when It ac SHRINERS PRESENT CHECK TO NJH resolution introduced by statewideoffices to the leaguemeeting
cords to every man .regardless of race, creed or color his five members of the league at at Panama City m
human and legal rights Hating no man, fearing no man-the Roscoe C. Washington, Los Angeles, imperial the St. Petersburg meeting of April and given a limited time
Negro Press strives to help every man in the firm belief that Arabic Order, Nobles of the league in September, whichwas to address the group with the
all men are hurt as long as anyone Is h.ld back. potentate, Ancient Egyptian referred to the body to the proviso that no candidate
the Mystic Shrine, presents a $5,000 check to the Na board. would appear on any other
tional Hospital at Denver. Taking part in the of
TOO BAD Jewish The resolution requestedL. part the program except
Jan. 16 presentation are, from left, David L. Holli- V. Davis, league presidentfirst the time set aside to hear all

On Monday an Indian Boeing 707 jetliner crashed man, illustrious potentate, Syrian Court #49; Mrs. Jes- elected in 1963 and re- candidates.
into a gale- snow-covered mountain earring 117 personsto sie K. Williams, illustrious commandress, Syrian Court elected in 1965, take a leaveof Board guidelines were set

death. Too bad, but in this modern world such hap- No. 40, Daughters of Isis; Washington; Joseph H. absence from his his office, up and for other the Workshop Session
until such time as tenure for
programming the
penings occur. Silversmith, Jr., NJH president; Mrs. Eva Ray Allen,
office runs out (April 1967)or league meeting in Panama
From Saigon comes news that a US Air Force imperial deputy of the desert of Colorado, Daughtersof his present job for the City in April. Pertinent observations
transport plane carrying 47 Americans crashed and Isis; and Squire Bullock, imperial deputy of Colorado. State of Florida ends. were made by Dr. E,
burned in the central highlands killing all aboard. Too The 'conflict of" Interest' A. Ward pertaining to the general .
bad. controversy was spurred by improvement of the leagueon
We can but pray that the souls of those who pas Hot Summer in Death Valley. the appointment of Davis by many fronts.A .
sed may find peace in the world beyond. PUN PHUNMy ************ Governor Bums to the State release was read and
Confederate money is backin Industrial Commission as Co- accepted with commendationfrom

The so-called truce in the Viet Nam war is over first "literary" effort style, thanks to the promotional ordinator of Equal Opportunity Sam Jones of Jacksonville
efforts of one of our Employment.By pertaining to his declaration
and fighting goes on. The nations seem to prefer war was printed in a Chicago
action of of filing for the Senate
local grocery chains. Peopleare a subsequent
to peace. The U.S. messengers of peace have not been newspaper when I was in my
offering handsome sums the league, Joe James former seat held by State Senator
able the that should early teens. The had a
to Viet Namese they get paper
of money (good American spokesman for Negroes in Veryl Pope of St. Johns County
around the conference one-sided. column for youngsters, and
table. Their terms
are money) for certain denominations Jacksonville under the admin- whose district under reapportionment
Thus President Johnson asks the Congress for $4.6 my contribution was a story which seem to have tration of Haydon Burns as will be inlargedto
billion in 1966 and $10.3 billion in 1967. If early moving consiting picture of a combination titles. To of eluded the general public. Mayor, was asked to take a include Duval and Nassau

settlement is secured many of the contemplated ex- plain, I will attempt the same ex- Imagine, people saving Con- I leave as board chairman, be- Counties, on the grounds of
penses need never be made said President Johnson.Let type of story using the names federate money! And strangely cause of his long and close denial of franchise of citizensof
us hope such will be the case. of 51; shows instead: enough, the name of the store association with Governor these counties
I've Got a Secret, and I'm issuing it contains the word Burns created a 'conflict of they have no choice in his
The State of'the Union Message is being discus going to let you in on it. I "Union" in it. Interest' in the impartial ex- election. Also Jones forth
sed with interest The Republicans hope to be able to heard that Perry Mason is ecution of his duties and ob- coming hearing in Federal I
make several cuts tin the $112 billion budget, while taking his Candid Camera at NOTICEOfficers ligations to the best interestsof Court in Tallahassee challenging
the Democrats or the majority of' them seem to be favoring the Edge of Night on a Sea of Greater Miami the Florida Voters League. the constitutionality cl
Hunt for Gilliagan's Island, After a discussion periodon the practice ,of electing Cm.
the Great Society program. We will await the congress Temple No. 769 met at the
action with keen interest.Ye Where The Action Is. If he home of their Dt. Ruler, Marion the resolution, the trend of Councilmen by the voters i in
follows The Guiding Light Muldrow, Tuesday afternoon, which was against the resolution the District they respective!:
he'll avoid being Bewitchedby Jan. 18 to read and emphasize original signers of the represent.
Editor is wondering if the following by Long- The Blue Light, and won't to new daughters their dutiesof resolution present motioned to Board members in atten
fellow holds good in these modern times: "If we could end up at The Bottom of The office. table action until the July dance were L. V. Davis, Atty
read the secret history of our enemies, we should find Fellowship and repast board meeting because of the I. W. Williams, J. P. MosesA.
in each man's life sorrow.and suffering enough to dis- Sea.To Tell The Truth I don't were enjoyed and officers expressed question of the difference in L. Boynton, Norman E.
arm all hostility. watch TVoften. used to think their anticipation of the precise wording of the Jones, E. A. Poole, Pmckr)
that Dr. Klldare was one of another meeting of resourcefulness resolution as read by the board Woodbury, Mrs. Mable Rich
GOVERNOR'S RACE The Doctors in General Hos- in the near future. secretary and the original ardson, Dr. E. A. Ward, Sum-
pital and that Daniel Those present were) Dts:
Boonewas document as presented to the ner Hutchinson, Joe James,
Less depressing is news that there will be at a Rifleman in The Wild Myrtle Catherine Davis May, Maggie, Spero Williams Cokine, September meeting. Signers of Sam Jones, J. Daniels, James

least four candidates in the coming election for the West.If. Alto Screen, Vera Williams, the resolution were: Attys. Boodie, John Stevens, Roose
governor's office. 'Three of them ran in the last elec- you enjoy this game of Carlee Daniels, Pearl Ward, George Allen Alcee L. Hastings velt Horn, Mrs. Ethel Engram
combining titles ; and Dr. Von
might D. Mizel of
tion. Governor Haydon Burns was elected. Mayor Ro- you Ollie Jones, Enid Reese, and Dr. Von. D. Mi zel.!
bert King High made a good showing in second place ask your guests at your next Hester Rivers, Edna Davis, * * * * * 'P u'
to how well
party see they can
and Scott Kelly was third. Since that election was fora Delores Whitehurst, Amelia
do. Offer MIAMI
prize for the best TIMES
a Shavers, Willie Harris, Alice : ADS :
two year term, the same candidates will be appealingfor one. The prize could be a Lucas and hostess Dt. Marion ;
votes for a four year term with perhaps a fourth, month's vacation during the Muldrow.
not as yet named. RESULTS

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While Mayor Luther Brooks looks on with a smilethere's For A Better Home H Best Buys in Town
a contest going on between Islandia for a cause-

way or an Islandia national monument. Stanley Cain,
Asst. 'Secretary of the Interior, in a visit here said Buy one Built by $300 DOWN. $15.49 MO. CBS, 3 bedroom 114

the causeway will never be built, but there is a very bath, Fla room, utility room, carport.

good chance there will '?e an Islandia National SUNSHINE HOMES INC.
Monument for the Keys. $250 DOWN. $68 MO. CBS, 3 bedroom, utility

Mayor Brooks has estimated the value of the Is- 540 NW 50 STREET room, carport, 2 RC air cond. Fruit trees.

landia property at $40 million. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Florida room, kitchen $450 DOWN. $18 MO. CBS, 3 bedroom, Fla room,

ANOTHER NEGRO JUDGEIs built-in range and oven, utility room, swim- enclosed porch, bar-b.q, fenced area.

ming pool, fenced-m-yard. You must see this

it not interesting to note that the first Negro one! Open Saturday and Sundays, 1-5 P.M. $300 DOWN. $15 MO. Gorgeous CBS, 2 bedroom,
woman, Mrs. Constance Motley has been selected by picture window, Fla room, large garage, large lot.

President Johnson as a United States District Judge.
Mrs. Motley, a 44-year-old Democrat, has been Man- 4001 NW 5 AVENUE $250 DOWN. $69 MO. CBS, 3 bedroom, dining

hattan's Borough president since February 1965, pre- 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, kitchen, built-in range room, utility room, extra large lot.

viously she had been a New York State Senator. and oven, utility room, Florida room, garage,
total price $18,900. $250 DOWN. $59 MO. CBS, 2 bedroom, utility,
The Voters and Taxpayers League of Miami and room, carport, appliances.NO .

Dade County will give the Awards Banquet on January
29, at the DuPont Plana Hotel, Assembly Room, hon- 491 NW 40 STREET QUALIFYING CBS, 5 bedroom, 2 baths,

oring Dade's outstanding man and woman. Rev. Theodore 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, kitchen, built-in range appliances, fenced. $14,900. Reasonable down.

Gibson is one of the nominees. All profits go to and oven utility
the Variety Children's Hospital room, Florida room, total INCOME PROPERTIES 7 units completely'Furnished.
price $18,500. Excellent rental area. Must be seen.

Term s.S10,500.
DOWNWELLINGTON TOTAL Reasonable down. 2 houses
and 2 lots. 3 bedroom, dining room, carport, rear
house, 1 bedroom, compl. furn. good buy.

Reg. Real Estate ONLY $100 DOWN ON ALL FHA HOMES

4602 NW 7 AVE

illy FREE DELIVERY (Je"DRUC f.: Phone 754-3061 SHELL REALTY,
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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday January 28 19665


regular meeting of Zeta
new approach to treatment Amicae was held at the homeof
and medication friend May Dell Braynon.The + r I
based on specializedblood January meeting is always -
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Moore and daughter, Mrs. Sarah and laboratory very important This is
Ann White of Philadelphia returned the time hear from
home Saturday afterspending we reports
<.$.*. Alto general practice. -
two enjoyable weeks as guests of Mrs. our delegates to the South- 1w
Blanche Dean and the Alonzo Jacksons. western Regional Conference.
The conference was held in
Florence DR. H. HAAG Columbia, South Carolina at
Washington is at home
recuperating after PL 7-7234 Hotel Jefferson on Nov. 26-
having been confined to
Hospital.On .
27, 1965. The theme was "The
Role of 3 eta Amicae in Im-
Tuesday evening Mrs. Hulda Frazier was hos- plementing the Program of theo
tess to the Cwest Club. Zeta Phi Beta Sorority.

TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO Our delegates representedthree e tr Z'i

Martha Ann Welters entertained friends at her home CHURCH SUNDAYINCOME states, Florida, Georgiaand 1'
2900 NW 50th Street to celebrate her fourteenth birth- South Carolina. The following -

day. cities were represented Miss Bernice Turner, 18, an NAACP youth leader
: Florida: Miami, Ft. Laud- from Greensboro, Ga., stopped to visit Roy Wilkins, the

Friends of Lemon Ivey, a former teacher at Dun- TAXSERVICE dale tona,, West Palatka Palm, Beach Pensacola, Day-, association's executive director, before departin for a

bar Elementary are saddened by his sudden death in Tampa with Quincy and Jack- year's study at the University of Leyden in the Netherlands -
Newark, N. J.Houseguesting. sonville absent; Georgia:'At- on Saturday, Jan. 8. An anonymous Dutch Philan-
lanta, Tifton, Savannah and thropist is sponsoring Miss Turner, a B-plus student at
with Elmira Tanner at her Liberty Columbus, South Carolina: Morris Brown College in Atlanta.is .
City home are George and Irene Latimer of Haines RECORD SHOP Charleston, Greensville and
Falls, N. Y. NOTARY PUBLIC Florence.The an Amicae group in Colum- SCOTT GIVENS
most important part of bia.

Out of towners attending the funeral of Mr. Eli II someone else does your the program is the is time our for workshop.This discus-. Our next conference will be WEDDINGMiss

Felder were Mrs. Albie Baxter and Miss Katherine Ma- Income Tax Return Letit sing our theme. This gives us held in Macon, Ga. Barbara J. Scott and
jor of Orangeburg, S. C.; Rosa Baster and Altamese be Cousins.. a chance to hear from all dele- Chafles E. Givens were mar-
Gaines of New York City and Julia Thomas of Detroit, gates. During our workshop We were very proud of our ried Tuesday evening Jan. 18
Michigan. Motoring from Winter Park were Mr. Edward 2715 NW 54 St had some of our Zeta friends Zeta friends of Miami attend- at Temple Baptist Church,
Felder, Eugenia Baylou and Mary Edgar. visit us. One of our most out- ing the conference. They Rev. L. A. Thompson, officiate
were friend Rosa L. Fortson, ing.Attendants were Mrs. Ruth
(0116349389YOU'LL naval friend Ruth N. Polite and Thurston and Deacon GeorgeE.
sympathy to the Bullard, White,Cooper and
Felder families. ity. To us she is friend Mil- friend Lydia Richanlson. Hepburn. Several relativesand
dred Carter Boone. The hospitality Delegates representingZeta friends of the couple were
of our Zeta friends in Amicae of Miami were present.
Friends of Lillian (Lil) Mazon are sorry about her South Carolina was wonderful.We friends Naomi Johnson and
accident. Here's hoping the arm will soon "be good as LOVE mention this because there May Dell Braynon.
new, Lilt

Get well wishes Estelle LONGNORNINow I ''' 0, "' .' .i',./, ..
to Waller Leo
Jenkins, ,,,' : :', it. I" '
Ella Granberry Williams, Eleanor Gibson and Annie ',",
Glass Anderson.

Garth C. Reeves is in Washington, D.C. attend-

ing the annual mid-winter newspaper workshop.Dr. .

William G. Can has appointed Dr. Gilbert Porter -'EWsrbom, M I It

as a member of the committee of five educators to

select a new assistant executive secretary. Call tljot.

Eunice Roberts Gill of New York City is in town : 1 '

to attend the funeral of her step-father Josua Bullard.Mrs. .
I !
; .
Gilbert Porter has returned from Tuscaloosa, yr" "
Alabama where she attended the funeral of her brother-
in-law, Douglas Jones.

Michelle Carey is celebrating a birthday this
weekend. Birthday greetings also to Bernice Carey and
Alice Mitchell. ...."

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Among guests at Gov. Haydon Burn's ScholarshipBall FAMU's matching I and M. C. Miles dean of studentsat local alumni; Mrs. C. F. Clark,
at Dinner Key Monday night were Mr. 'and Mrs. Illllll7PMCtWHiGHT' Scholarship Foundation Luncheon FAMU;Garth Reeves, Editorof principal of Charles Drew
John Souter (Evelyn), Mr. and Mrs. Norman Gregory was held on Monday the Miami Times: (seated) Elem; and Gregg Hamm Ba-
(Dorothy), Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Clarke(Martha) and Miss Jan. 24, at the Alcazar Hotelto Dr. B. 'L. 'Perry, director l: of cadi Imports. Full support was
Helen Thrasher. start gathering alumni and Research and Scholarships; granted on behalf.of the local
friends for contributions. The Mrs. Pittman, principal of alumni of FAMU by President
liaison persons present were Poinciana Park Elern; H. So- Demeritte. Johnson of Miami
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Clark (Martha) of 48th St. gavea (standing) Edwin Demeritte, rey, Internal Revenue; Mrs. photo.
christening reception for their nephew Little Willie president local alumni, Rev. Marion P. Allen, secretary
Waldon Jr. Sunday Jan. '16. A large number of guests
were present and had a wonderful time and a delicious

Willie repast Waldon was served., Sr. Willie is the son of Mr. 'and Mrs. 1-- JAMES E. SCOTT NEWS I I

I On Friday the 5th and 6th be served. The girls attendingare Square Tournament: Gerald
PROGRAM DATE LINES: grade girls had a track meet Delores Thompson, Ber- Harris, 50 points: Donald Simmons -
competition among themselves.The nice Lynes, Beverly Simmons, 25; Walter Jones, 12,
June 30 February 6 Youth Week following girls were win- Carolyn Ector, Sadie Duggins, conducted by Mr. Smith.
United Christian Youth Move- ners: Beverly Simmons Eva Joyce Doyle, Velda Bates, Table Shuffleboard Tourna-
ment Hilbert, Sadie Duggins and they were accompanied by ment, third and fourth grade
National Council of Churches Delores Thompson Carolyn Miss Pearce and Miss Gray. girls, Gwendolyn Fox 195
February American Heart Month Ector in that order. Carrom Tournament, first points, Wendy Davis: Klema
February 2 Ground Hog Day Also on Jan. 29 seven and second grade girls, Karen Green Ramona' Davis 75.
February 4-25 Anniversary, USO girls from this area will attend Sampson Joann Wallace, Carol Nel Tloclcey Tournament,
February 14 St. Valentine's Day an Honor Point oartv at Simmons. Conducted by Miss fifth and sixth grade boys
Matheson Hammock. The girlsare McConnell. Gammon Douglas Harold Sampson -
selected on the basis of Table Bowling Tournament and Kenneth Fox.
Five most important words highest amount of honor points first and second grade boys: Teen girls basketball tour-
"I am proud of you". The girls will go Oriental Sidney Crovette, Walter Cro- nament 21, Stephanie Lynes,
Four most important words ,- style and costumes will be vette and Alvin Lampkin con- 21; Debra Smith, 18; Geneva
"what\ is your opinion" BiSCDMieSTS judged and refreshments will ducted by Mr. Gordon. Lynes 12.Blue .
Three most important words team winners; Sylvia
Bain Stephanie Lynes, Debra
"If you please"Two

"Thank most important you." words Ala. farmer Slays Gaitor.Smith Bernice Love, Louvenia

The activities
Smallest word "I"ENGAGEMENT Negro in Traffic FussA contest and specia events are
held daily for the purpose of
MARRIAGEMr. recreational recognition among
Negro was fatally shot rear of Colson's car as he
Mrs. Beulah E. Gardiner, and Mrs. Ed Delavoe the participants. These were
by a white farmer Sunday in tried to turn into the parkinglot activities at James E. Scott
the of the mar-
announces engagement wish to announce
ti Ala. and number of .
Camden a of the church.An Recreation Center.
her daughter, Helen Louise to riage of their grandaughter, demonstrationas and
Wilmore Waters, son of Mrs. Maxine Whittingham to Timothy Negroes staged a argument developed Miss Gray, reporter
Rachael waters. Middle ton, Mangham, son of Mr. andJ. a protest, police said. Reaves whipped out a .32 cal-
.4IIIIL J. T. 45 turned and fifef blast
Del. Miss Gardiner graduatedfrom C. Mangham of Richmond Reaves iber pitol one
B.T.W. where she was a Heights. This marriage was ,himself in to the authoritiesand into Colson's head at close
member of the Honor society, peifomred Rev. P. J. admitted he shot and kill- range. Colson slumped to the
and made her debut in 1956. Pas torthe CovenantCurry. ed David Colson 32, after an pavement as his wife, small SUPPORTYOUR
She has a B.S. degree from Baptist Church Homestead auto collision before Antioch son and three other relatives
Philander Smith college, Lit Fla. June 17. Timothy is ex- Baptist Church, where Ne- looked on.Reaves.
.tle Rock, Ark., and is now pected to enter the US Armyin Negroes were gathering for amass drove about .three
working at Mt. Sinai Hosp. the near future. I meeting, their leader miles from the town then returned *
N.Y.C. She is also a memberof said. and went to the police }'AICAiii
AKA sorority. Mr. Watersis Wilcox County Sheriff P. C. station, He was charged with
a jet engine inspector. The TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO Jenkins said that acar drivenby first degree murder, Jenkins
wedding summer. will take place this CHURCH SUNDAY Reaves crashed into the said.


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are many people from all walks of life that would appreciate
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a few buses running all night... Let me inject i''w'P.' ......----.v.1
a thought here regardless to how you feel some- Florida Folk Wake Up and Live
times, let's not knock your fellow man. Sometimes I
s prefer certain things to happen or prefer certain peopleto "THE MAN OF GOD"RT.
be placed in good jobs and sometimes this does not
happen. However, when it comes to our own moving up
+ the ladder to success, let's help them. Hardly ever IS HERE HOLDING ONE OF THE GREATEST
A 11'LVt anyone will scream if a stranger is placed in a good BLESSED SERVICES ON FEB. 1.6.8 PJA.
BY DAVE BONDU position, so why make it difficult for our own Miamians.Get AT 534 NW 8th STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDANo
r the point??? Clyde Killens better known as the
what condition be God is obi.-to
"Glass" matter your may ,
wants be
you to on the lookout for hi? annual
do all things. He has helped others through m..1 I know
Night in Nassau, sometime in March. Pearl is
Harry Rich may sound like it belongs to an actor,, he con do'the same for you. He is God today and God
packing them in at the Eden Roc. Charlie Shavers
a musician, or even a comedian. The
or name with the tomorrow in my life.Come one,come all and be blessed.
gives the Frank Sinatri Jr. show a real lift with his
to be that
magic ring one
appears belongs in show Advice
daily 10:00 to 6:00 at
a.m. p.m.
trumpeting Don't miss
Julian Bond on "Meet the
business, on a stage, or a floor show, which brings
Press Sunday." 551 NW 12 ST. INFORMATION PH. FR 4-6626
about the name Harry Rich. For the past two weeks l I
have been shopping for things for my house and I've Till next week, live life every golden minute of
been to just about every rug and carpet company in
Miami. I've looked at so many rugs and carpets, I am.
almost an expert at telling the different kinds of car GO-GO-GO TO .
pets that are of many colors and textures. I've learned '
that DuPont 501-N is nylon, and that the cheap rugs "The Dade
that don't have the jute backs aren't too good. I've DON'T MISS TIllS AT *500 CLUB

learned how to measure a room and convert the inches ConstructionIndustry EXCITING FUN .
into feet and the feet into yards. Most of all I've had .
the opportunity to learn when a store is giving you a : ': 'r'.
good price as well as a good bargain for your dollar J '-
Every company I went to had different prices for the Frank ';. IT'S
same rug or the same texture, and I was beginning to O
believe that these rug companies were a bunch of phon- Advancement < '' 'SENSATIONALProgram's -im
ies, with a glib tongue. At Harry Rich, I found my bar DuBOISEa. ,
gain as well as the price I was looking for and some &n. GUEST STARS, .
thing I always look for "courtesy," and this is what and his 7 GALORE
you get just as soon as you step on the magic carpet at ::! Chicken Scratchers \ NIGHTLY _

Harry Rich. scholarship !:'"" AND WELL KNOWN SINGER WILLENA MACK r--
However, if you should need some sort of electrical .: I ; ...'
fixtures let me recommend Atlas Electrical Supplies,, Z ON TUESDAY AMATEUR NIGHT CASH PRIZEDON ..ff.:. '.' UI
located at 6535 NW 7th Avenue. Here too is another fund shows WEDNE AY GO-GO NIGHT. WINNER WILL RECEIVE A'Jft
place in Dade County, that gives you your dollars WEEKS ENGAGEMENT.
worth. The owner has a great sense of humor, he soldme O. ON THURSDAY LADIES Nl GHT BEAUTIFUL GIFTS :I:
,a beautiful car-lamp for one penny, mainly becauseI concretethinking" ON FRI. & SAT. REGULAR BIG SHOWS
had taken some friends there to purchase some elect ON SUNDAY JAM SESSIONCONTINUOUS
trical fixtures. One Of the reasons I began to buy there .J
was because our good friend Jimmy Jones works thereas
a salesman. In fact, I believe he is the only Negro NW 36 St. at 27 Avef.CONTINENTAL..
salesman in this field and it was Atlas that give him
this opportunity. Along here I must pass on to you
about the place I found at 3401 NW 39th Street,sells ; .
used guaranteed TV sets for as low as $15, and these ,

TV sets are not junk. If you should go there ask for ..
Bob Taran, he'll treat you right. See, we have had
bargain day. It's so nice to find nice people you can do ur Jfr aaa.,:-,,, Kgx ,
honest business with.

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WEEK: Norma Davidson
at the

WEEK: John McArthur(Root ", .

Man) .- ;

WEEK: Bill Bondu .,,a : .

From Mississippi to Miami, two young brotherscame
home from a Mississippi jail with tears in their
eyes and welts on their legs. As they set foot on Miami FRIDill'
soil, stepping from a Greyhound Bus, their mother p
greeted them with open arms and eyes full of water. S .
The mother, Nora Hayes and the father, John Hayes, .
looked at their two boys, Elson, 15 years and Louis,
16 years, and said, forget Mississippi. We are livingina
free state. It was the office of the Economic Oppor
tunity, Inc. in the Brownsville Community Center, un
der the direction of former Miami City Judge, John D.
Johnson and Dr. Green, now director of the Liberty
City EOPI, heard about John and Nora Hayes about to
be evicted from their homes with nine children. After
setting the family straight with their problems, it came
out about the two boys being in jail. The family was
chased out of Mississippi because of their stand on r,
civil rights. However, Judge Johnson started the let- .rf
ters and wheels to turn, when he found he could help
get the boys out of the Mississippi jail. He found him ,
self with another problem, money, to transport the boys I O
to Miami. He made contact with James Cherry of Rho 4 '
Sigma Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., and
told him of his problem of getting the boys out of ole ACT S A D S
Mississippi. Whereas, Lucius Crawford, the presidentof
Sigma, solicited $70 from their members, which was
enough money to purchase bus tickets and give the
boys $5 each to eat on.In this case the many problemswere
solved by the staff members of EOPI Browns-
ville Center, for this family. We acknow-
ledge the fine work done by counselors, Roscoe Mat- WED AMATUER HITE'THURS LADIES FREEFREE

chett, Dr. George Greene, Paul Moore and John Gulley.
The two boys have been put in school and the family
once again is a family that can eat, sleep and follow

the pursuit of happiness. ,. w.u .,, COCKTAIL I TIME
Quick Note Department The Dave Akins Trio s.

Oceanus after six-week Hotel, Freeport engagement, Grand at the Bahamas Pirates, will Den. Charles be in the returning SUNDAY 5 .Tiff il ili -.

home around the 2nd of February. -
Newton, serving the FSES has been promoted to Employment -
Coordinator for FSES, under the direction of

Harry Florida.L.Our Tyson best This wishes is to another Charles first on in his the new history appoint-of A result of MIAMI'S/ NO. 1 NITS CLUBs

ment.. A question to Porter Homer, our county mana- & Management
ger: How come a county like ours with over a million working together
after 2 a.m.? There
people don't Ret any bus

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I AROUND I THE BAHAMASIt 4 rte t Y i + 5211 N.W. nTH AVENUE, j:;>, ..i

The Friendliest Bar In Town; "

"A Nlee.Ploce for Nice! People" -

was announced last week and civic worker became a
that Mary Carter Paints of Member of the Most Excellent
Just a quick hello to all our friends. Had
Tampa has taken over the Older of the British Empire to go out of'
Didn't have time
town today to writ. my column. It :
multi-million Paradise Island (MBE) and Henry Norris Dullard ? time
to go to pr.... So will make this short and iweet.
development of Huntington Ferguson founder of the

Hartford. It will hold 75 per Exumian Elevating Societyand Next week I'll let you know what hoi been happen

cent interest. It has stressed its president for almost 30 the Note. We've had a lot of new people coming in t;say,
with the government to bui Ida years, was named a Memberof
HI. Why don't you come to see us this weekend. tn
bridge from the island to the Most Excellent Order and try some of our cold beer and good, good|laY, yourself
Potters Cay, connected it of the British Empire. R J barbecue. good'
with New Providence. It also **asasatasas

plans the construction of a "You will have to gel Love acid kisses to all of you from Fools, Betty

100-room Paradise Beach hotel yourself a driver," MagistrateJohn Iva, Bill, Al'y, Chubby, Buttons, Jerome, Buddy/ Little Mory:
and a 500-room luxury hotel Cronin told John Mil 15- Sugar and Yours Truly.
I on the north shore of the gan in court at Free port, Gran*

island. Bahama on Dec. 30, as he fine Look for me next week In the Times. I'll see you this

....ssssari him $280 and suspended hi .v ; week In the Note.. ELINOR.
driver's license for qJ 4ty
May 25, The Baha-
me ths. Milligan ....................... .. -
mas will adopt the seven- a construction ,." .II'......... .11 II II'....;;
shilling dollar and lay aside foreman pleaded guilty to
the 20-shilling pound sterling driving while under the influ- : Miami Times

currency. The present ence the previous night, and
ex- i N.W. 15th Avenue
change r system will remain causing a traffic accident in Tampa, Florida Mrs. Evangeline A. Hall,

legal until Nov. 25. Ministerfor which Jerry Massey, driver of Bradenton Manager for Central Life Insurance Com- : Miami, Florida 33147
Finance Sir Stafford Sand I another vehicle, suffered a
said the decimal system will broken collar bone. pany of Florida, receives "Manager of the Year" Dear Sir:

"give the Bahamas a degreeof 5aasss.sass award from Agency Director Alonzo Gary, Jr., duringthe
insurance against the possibility Baldwin Barr, 20, was kill- recent Conference of District Managers. Others Enclosed please find the sum of $_

of devaluating the ed Christmas morning in a car shown are Edward Maxwell and Reuben Williams both
pound sterling. accident at West End Grand to cover the cost of a subscription to
..asssssThe Bahama. lie was driver of the assistants to Mrs. Hall. Centralites from Miami area

Council of Service car and was the 12th traffic attending annual meeting included Albert D. Moore, the Miami Times

Club has reported paying for fatality for the year at Grand Miami manager, and his assistants Larrie M. Lovette,

building material to repair Bahama. ,Leon Kelly and Mrs. Sarah F. Kemp. Mail I Paper To

damages done by Hurricane Address!
Betsy the sum of 47600. The SOUTH DADE NEWSBy

club had collected j ore than Carver City .State. Zip Code_ '
$168,000 for Out Island relief Mn. Suite WI III o nil TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO '
The money was spent to repaii
and rebuild homes at Eleu- r Ranches i Sunday services at Mt. Mo- CHURCH SUNDAY Six Months' $3 00 One Yr. $5.00 Two Yrs.! $9 00
riah Church
Baptist were en-
thera, Abaco Andros Bimini, joyable. The pastor, Rev. W. .....II.........,.........1 I.................,II' "... '.'
Harbour Island
Current Island, News
C. Edcar delivered the morn-
Spanish Wells, Grand) Bahama

and sass the. assasas Berry Islands. 1--I &y. Walter Bowt ---I ing Visitors message for from the Mark morning 9:7.: LIB-CITY FIRST MIAMI RUN

James McGothi Union Grove
A monument in commerationof The New
Macedonia Bap- Baptist, Miss.; Mrs. Andrilla NOW SHOWING
the anniversary of the new tist Church of West Hollywood
Walker, Mt. Sinai, Perrine;

constitution honoring of Sir the Roland Bahamasand Sym- anniversary celebrated the on pastor's Jan. 21.second The Mrs.Morrati Lillie AME, M.Richmond Woods,Hts.Mt.; DRIVE-IN: ; THEATRE=t THRU THURS-FEB 3 J

onette. the first premier of the
program was sponsored by the
Bahamas Mrs. Mary Peters, Perrine;
was unveiled the
Male Chorus for the Rev. B. L. Mrs. Eliza Mathis, Richmond
Public Park at Arthur's Town, Black. The Rev. A. L. Shippof Hts.; Otha Jefferson, Churchof
Cat Island on Jan. 7-the sec- Miami, accompanied his
Christ, Jackson, Miss; Ste-
ond anniversary of Bahamas"'choir..and._ congregatioiv;! w....phe.z ..McLan.c..iou Ida..and\'11-
Constitution Day;'A charteredplane creel message.
a great
.lie.. Banks, New York.
from Nassau carried 30 Rev. When
Mack received
many Two joined the church one a woman'semotions
persons including the
and Lady Premier I beautiful and useful gifts from for baptism Mrs. Annett Bas-
Symonette and the members and friends who
den and Mrs. Dorm Arnold to
Bishop of
Nassau and the showed him their
appreciationand be transferred to Mt. Sinai.
representatives from plenty of food and refresh-
the House Our prayers go out to our
and Senate and the ments were served. The pastor shutins and to the family of on
Board of
Education.The wishes to thank everyone. sway I
Willie James McQuire who isa
monument was the idea ********.*
of Commissioner James patient at Baptist Hospital;
The Carver Ranches Fire Mrs. Hattie Conley who is a
Campbell.Dorwin It was erected by |Department is planning its anniversary patient at Kendall Hospital.
Dean, an Americarwho slender thread
lives on a boat at Bennett's dance in the near There will .be a musical a
j future.
Harbour. Members of the Cat program Friday night at 8 p.m. ,
Island Board 5 555555555 Everyone is invited to come
of Works and
people from all over the island out. On the 30th a program
pitched in and raised Choir No. One of Mt. Zion will be given by the club at expect anything.'
AME Church wnshes to thanK 8535 Plaza St.RAINBOW. ..
more 81/ ,680 for the pro-
all for helping
to make its
ject. The impressive bronze
musical a success. Mrs. Sarah
plaque was ordered from New
Jersey. Days president: Rev. W. C. PARK PTA

sass as as asSamuel Grant, pastor; Mrs. Mildred Rainbow Park Elementary

Saunders, 43, of James, reporter. School held its first PTA

Alice Town, Bimini, was aasssass as meeting of the year on Monday
brought to Nassau on Dec. 29, January 10. The main topic of
charged with the murder of 45- The South Broward Post the evening was preparationfor
year-old George Taylor, who No. 8195 VFW meets on the the school tea which will
died on Christmas Day from a first and third Sunday in each be held Feb. 13. Columbus

stab wound inflicted at Bailey 'month. Members, please be Childs has great plans for a
Town, Bimini. A preliminary successful tea. Mrs. Mary
gearing was set for Jan. 10. Brown, program chairman has
ass.asasasas planned a program that will be
Eighteen-year-old Thomas IDAHERNANDEZ INVITES enjoyed by all. We are cor- !/ ?

Major died on Christmas Day YOU TO THE SIR JOHN dially inviting everyone to at- ; j "!i ? j

from bums he received in his tend. Remarks by Mrs. Fort-
Fox Hill home on Dec. 22. lie HOTEL LOUNGE son, our principal. Mrs. Sarah

was the adopted son of Nurse Kelly, president.Prince's p
Arabella Rokcr. The youngsterwas ... PARAMOUNT PICTURES Presents ..

was gas stove flown severely exploded.to burned Harbour The when Islandfor body a SIDNEY POIflEG AND ANNE BANCRIT F .

burial. CafeIs
ass as ass as as 11

Mrs. Lucretia Dames, 85, THE SLENDER "
died at her home on Blue Hill always thinking of you, and all the good THREAD I
Road on Dec. 27. She is sur- would
things you enjoy eating. Try our T-Bone,
vived by two sons, Henry and
George of Nassau, a daughter, DelmonicoCharcoal broil Steaks. '/z lb. with

Mrs. Isabelle Gay of Fresh all the trimmings. It's mouth watering! Also % itNi

Creek, Andros, 22 grand children -
try our Chitterlings Oysters and Fried
I and 75 great grand child- ,
I ren. Chicken. We specialize in Grilled Pork Chops. Ni

as.......... Charcoal Broiled r
f P.S. Steaks from 6 p.m.9p.m. 1 1 1 r.
I I Four on Bahamians the Queen's were New included Try our Breakfast Special with hot butter- rarely surpassed, if ever inSuspense. ,

I Year Honors list: The lion. milk biscuits served with apple jelly and .

Charles Trevor Kelly, M1IA butter. Aw
was made a Commander of the pure STEPHEN hIEXANDER SYONEY POl1ACK STIR SIWP
I k w[INt to w..was MSAVAlAS, (
Most Excellent Order of the Meet all your friends in Prince's! the SffllEN m ,.., _r>vlHCr oNfsL.

1 British Umpire (CBE); Dr. fastest little growing business in town!

Steven George, VLB., Ch.B.,
t Elease Prince Also .ALA NEw NALES NAB
has become an officer of the Mrs. Prop. ,
i Most Excellent of the British pUIL LENGTH 's 1 1a

Empire (OBEs); Mrs. Meta 338 NW 14 St. COME EARLY TENICOLOR 1E FO 10E
$ f.urr.berbatch\ noted musician _

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 28, 1966 9

I FROM WHERE I SIT Numbers RaidersHake/ Teenager Arrested in

i BY BILL McBRIDE Arrest Get Ticket Liquor Store Robbery

I with grand I lar..'' \
A 17-year-old boy was arrested was charged
MUST MATCH NEEDS WITH DEEDS Two number houses fell under When the raiders had done on a reported robbery ceny. I
the hands of Grand Jury all this, they came out justin charge Saturday while his five >>
Negro at and state attorney raiders last time to find a police sticking companions escaped. ,...
Friday night, and three per a ticket on their car be- Detective Sgt. Francis X.
'Crossroads in Journey sons were arrested. But the cause it was parked in an illegal Mack said that the six youngsters BE A NURSE'S AIDE "I
law was bit by the law. spot. They ocjected but strolled into the Dixie THE IDEAL SCHOOL
.. Toward At 6 p.m. the raiders movedin the officer paid them no mind. Liquor Store 1452 NW 15th TRAINING NURSES'
Equality"Mankind on T&D Cleaners 364 NIL Ave., browsed around, then AIDES
14th Street and arrested Na- grabbed a cigaret box cash 2380 Welt FlogUr t
never loses any good thing, physical, thaniel drawer and sped away. Coll for Information and for
Davis 65, on chargesof EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
intellectual or moral,till it finds better about
a one, and then The box had $300 brochure 444.4637 or
operating a lottery. lie is
the loss is a gain. No steps backward, is the rule of out of Dade County jail Immediately. Must be ableto cash and a gun said Raymond 443.9741
on a and take shorthand who at work at
Innenburg .as
What is gained by type
human history. one man is investedin ,9500 bond. $ Morning Classes: .
all men, and is a permanent investment for all time. 90 words a minute. Must the store. $ 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Aaron E. Strong, 420 NW
The raiders have 3 office experience *
next stop was years Evening Classes:
Theodore Parker 11th St., was tracked by Mackto
Market where they :arrested preferably more. 7 to 10 p.m.
a cab at a construction
From where I sit,these eyes have witnessed 37-year-old Eutychus I Send resume to Economic Inside the cab the officer found REGISTER NOW FOR NEV
Rolle and his
Annie Oppcrfanity Program, Inc. his CLASSES
Strong trying to remove
but steady and meaningful progress by the Dade County Lee, 32. They were charged Fla.
395 NW 1st St., football jersey-shirt and get
his trek toward first "" ..
in class with
Negro citizenship and five "numbers" counts 'j
33128. Interview by appointment rid of the cash and gun. Hot
equality. The progress has been great, but there still and jailed with bond set at only.
lies a long, long journey ahead.As $9.500 each.
we enter into the year of 1966, we find a large
majority of the barriers to first class citizenship and -

equal opportunity have been leveled. Here in Dade, we COTTON CLUB TAXRETURNS
suffer the humiliation of
no longer having to use separate -
toilet facilities, drinking fountains, or eating at 6901 NW 15th Avenue
segregated lunch counters. There is no longer segre-

gated seating at sporting events; public transportationis FEATURING:
no longer segregated. The day of the segregated
police department and court of justice is no more. The W. C. BAKERAND

University of Miami has opened its doors to all; and HIS GREAT BAND $200 FILED CORRECTLY BY
according to its President, Dr. Henry King Stanford,
the University is now making a sincere effort to recruit LITTLE CORASONG UP QUALIFIED ACCOUNTANTS

Negro athletes. Hotels, restaurants, night clubs, etc.
have very wisely opened their doors to all. The Dade SENSATIONAL

County School System is making progress toward the ALL YEAR ROUND SERVICE ;
full integration of all schools. PAT JENKINSSONG

There has been slow but significant progress in Lorac Tax ServiceOPA
the highly important area of employment. There are se- STYLIST
ve.al Negroes in top positions with the Dade County LOCKAAcross
Board of Public Instruction. Large and small grocery LITTLE JOE SIMMONSM.C. from I. M. Fields

chains are now employing Negroes as cashiers, mana- 16515 N.W. 27th Avenue
gers, and assistant managers. Department stores are
now employing Negro salespersonsClarencePatterson, NEW SINGING SENSATION Phone: 624-7911 I

a Negro, heads the Metro Dade County Waste Depart- Amateur Nile Every Tuesday Nite Cash Prizes Hours: 10 am to 9 pm Doily-Sun?11 am to 4 pm
ment. Calvin Mapp, a local attorney, was recently ap-
pointed Assistant States Attorney; while James Matt- fREE ADMISSION ALWAYS!

hews is compiling arj, enviable record as Assistant ..,
United States District Attorney.We .
can now see a Negro look out from the windowof \ \
a Greyhound bus and say: "And Leave the Drivingto
Us. Some 200 Negro bus drivers are employedby ONLY
the Metro Transit Authority. Negro skilled labor is

not only rwalcomed-wUhpen arms, but diligently
sought after. Many banks are employing Negroes as tel- Liberty Homes Estates
lers and clerks. Only in rare instances now, do we \ /
find qualified Negroes being denied jobs because of

race.We can now boast of two integrated savings and offers: you so much value:

loan associations with a Negro serving as president of
one and a Negro serving as chairman of the board of
the other. 'There also exists an integrated national

bank with a Negro serving as chairman of the board. 1 ITIII'iT ]

The insurance year of company.1965 brought us the birth of an integrated / I

From where I sit, we can read a very pointed mes-
sage evolving from this trend: "IF YOU WANT YOUR
UP FROM YOUR KNEES, GO OUT AND QUALIFY Tjfl such outstanding' features as

This new statue of the Dade County Negro owes t
much to the far reaching Civil Rights Law and certainly fIIII1Il'fuIIIII1FI-:
to "right thinking and acting" Negro and white organizations -

businessmen, civic, religious and political .,
leaders. .
In comparison to what we have seen happen in
other cities in the south; the demonstrations, mass
arrests police brutality, bloody riots, economic sanc-
tions, boycotts, and even murder, we are not hesitantto
say "Thank God for the City of Miami, Dade Countyand
the people who live here for the truly Americanlike T 1
manner in which the Negro revolution is taking _

place.We" can't help but look upon this great progressin r 4% _lIIz1

Dade County with utter amazement because the Negro _
has displayed little or no interest in the political _

life of the community. i .;..:,t
While there is some reason to be proud of the pro- NEW LIBERTY '
solid rea- Theta right! The new housing bill makes Inv servicemen HOMES ESTATES '
gress that has been made there are many
All Homes Feature
(or women)eligible for e $200 down payment on i home.Thet's : 213th ST.
determination -
sons for a greater unity of effort, a greater why you must come see Liberty Homes Estates, adjacent to Terrazzo floors
and fuller participation by the masses: 1. the me- Liberty Gardens in booming northwest Miami. If you want the Sadded lots > LIBERTY a
dian in Dade is still about thrill of living in your own home at less then you'd pay for rent. e 75. x 100. minimum : GARDENS s
annual for
income Negroes
is almost come see our three model houses today. You'll live better in ails lot 2:2:
half that for whites. 2. Negro unemployment Liberty Homes Estates.BEAUTIFUL e City water and :#: 211th ST.r
twice as high as it is for other Dade Counta ins. sewage system .
still remains a wide gap between the income and living 2,3 & 4 BEDROOM HOMES'fl,700Ti'13JO .. Sliding patio doors Z z
Choice of exterior
standards of whites and Negroes.Yes and Interior colors SCHOOL 201th ST.
the crossroads -
the Dade Negro has now reached Ill\ this and morel
in his journey toward first class citizenship and Close I to major
equality. There now must be a determination on the axprellwIV1, clone
with deeds to shopping!
match needs r
part of the Negro himself to

and become the qualifications the author of and his resources own destiny.to move He must beyond attain as little as $7B per monthVA BUILT BY THE JANISCORPOHATION 183rd ST

opportunity when opportunity comes. ,
stalled and FHA FINANCING
We predict"that the Dade Negro will remain
at these crossroads and little or no further progresswill
and vote in
be made until he decides to register
large numbers which will bring about his participation .

in the mainstream of the political life of his, county. LIBERTY HOMES ESTATES .
Let us remember that the May 3rd primary_ .is just .
around the corner. Again we repeat, to date, t this cor-
for a badly
formulated I
needed ner is aware voters of registration no plans being drive. IM.W. 27th AVENUE at 211th STREET PHONE 624-41111. ..

'Come- -- on_folks__ J let's- get started.



: 10 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. January 28, 1966
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QJii I &rr Unix Jit (C EJjurrlj f und ay. .


Florida Memorial Col- affair, the combined choir of
698 NW 47th Terrace
Rev. A. M. Griffin Pastor lege Committee wishes to Mt. Tabor Norman Thorntonfor I

Sis. C. M. Myles, Reporter thank all persons who helpedto his renditions during the Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastor i
Dorothy Chancy, reporter"If
make the day a success. fashion show.

Bible Class every Thurs Special thanks is extendedto We thank Deacon Brutonfor you can't go to the

day at 8 p.m.Captain committee heads: DeaconE. his recommending Rev. mountain, it will surely come

i No. 3 and coworkers Scott of the folders; Sis. Staggs as our Sunday morning to you." So it was Sunday

t will sponsor a barbecue Washington, candy sales; MrsR. speaker; Mr. and Mrs. Wesley evening when Rev. Thomas .

I sale, Saturday, Jan. 30, at the Deshazior, E. Bellamy. W. Culmer who so gracefully accepted delivered his sermon; "A
home of Sis. Othel Mitchell and didn't AND
Mountain Vision" MINISTERS
NEW PROVIDENCERev. Sands, Evelyn Johnson, ticket Rev. Staggs as their
1202 NW 67th St. in behalf of sales and fashionjshow. house guest. our hearts burn within when the DEACON'S UNION AT

C. J. Burney, pastor our Men's Day Drive. Lord tame down.
We thank Mrs. Vera Hicks Rev. Brown for aiding in MT OLIVETTEThe

Claudia Wilson, reporter The pastor and Junior and her Soft Style Komb and supplying tables for the ban- Come out and join the ,
: Church will render service for Christian spies as the Usher
The No. One choir will Kurl models. Mrs. Lee, Del- quet. To those who contributed Ministers and Dea-
the Christian Aide Anniversary Board of our church presentits
sponsor an evening of old -gade and Farrington of Lorry's to the success of the drive mid-winter "Blue Light con's Union of the Atlantic
in Goulds at 3
fashion song service In our Sunday Fashions and the Mt. Tabor and your name is not mentioned Tea" in the church annex, on Coast Baptist Associationwill

t evening service this Sunday. p.m. models. Mrs. Bruton, Mrs. in print, we thank you also. Sunday, Jan. 30 from 4 to 6 hold its sessions at

You are invited to come out MT. PLEASANT Butler and their committeewho Elwyn Barnes chairman p.m. Please come out and joinin Olivette, starting Thursday
and bring a friend. Continue in BAPTISTOPA so beautifully prepared Maggie L. Scott, vice chairs this our first financial ef night, Jan. 27 through Sun-

prayer for our sick and those znd served the banquet. man, Florida Memorial Col- fort of the year. day. A very fine program has

who are grieved over the loss ( LOCKA) Each member and friend of lege Day. The second Sunday night planned for the opening.Everyone -

of loved ones.BETHLEHEM. Rev. F. L. Smith, pastor Mt. Tabor who brought a covered has been designated as Com is invited to come out and

dish or food to be pre- munity Night. We invite each enjoy the services. "The
Hill chairmanand
Mrs. Minnie Church is tower of strengthand
BAPTISTRev. Mrs. F. L. Smith, cochairman pared, we thank you, too. and everyone you come spiritual food."
Mr. Roscoe Speed who fur- out and worship with us.
of Women's wish to
Day OPEN DOOR The youth of the church
Oscar West, pastor nished music for the entire Examine your thoughtsand
thank the members visitors
in Jan.
actions during this weekto were charge sunday,
Let's build our Sunday and friends for helping us to MT. CALVARY BAPT. Rev. H. C. McDowell, pastorA. see wherein you have done 23. The services were most

School, parents by bringin g make the Woman's Day a suc- E. McNeal, reporter anything you should not have heart-warming and the youth

our children with us. cess. Rev. Samuel Atchison, Pastor Sunday at both morning and done; or have failed to do choir sang out of their souls

The morning speaker was Special thanks to our morn- Constance Carter, ReporterAs evening services (9:45: and what you should have done. while our pastor, Rev. I. C.

Mrs. Sallie Car- 11:05) the members and friendsof Mickins, preached a soul-re
ing speaker,
Elder Lewis Howard an as- we approach the climaxof Measure it not only by the
sociate minister of the church. line of Miami and our even- the Open Door will have the standard of sins committedbut viving sermon on the topic,
our stay in our present pleasure of hearing Moses "Our God Whom We Serve is
His text, St. Luke 15 chapter. ing speaker Mrs. Minnie Laughlin invite to see if you may say this
building, we you to come "
Everyone received a certified of Opa-locka. And all thee Perry, one of Miami's own of yourself from this weeks- Able.
out and worship with us. The
check when Christ died on th ladies who participated on doors of Mt. Calvary always sons speak to us. labor; I have prayed I have In the evening memorial
are services held for
were mem-
have worked I
learned I
our program.We ,
cross Calvary. Are
on you open to you,wherever we have loved. bers of our flock who passedto
also want to thank Mrs.
carrying certified check
your may be. the Great Beyond during the
Fannie Gaddy for the music
with God's signature in
your Baptismal service will be k year 1965.
pocket and not making use of and for bringing her lovely
held Sunday evening at 6 p.m. Go to the church of your

it by working out your soul's Choir No. 2 of Allen Chapel You are welcome to come and CHRIST, SCIENTIST choice Sunday. Mt. Olivette
AME Church to sing for the
salvation.The witness this spiritual bles- 1600 NW 54th St. invites youfT
service. God's bles-
pastor is attending the morning sing that will be received by ZION HOPE BAPTISTRev.
sings with each of you.
Ministers and Deacons Unionin go
the candidates. You too will The lesson "Sermon in all

West Palm Beach. MATTHEW I TEMPLE PLANS receive a blessing for attend- Christian Science services this Paul Freeman, pastor
is "Love." Several Sis. E. Jackson, reporter
ing. Won't you give them your Sunday
SALTERSCHAPELRev. Many prominent support. Bible stories will be read Services on Sunday were

H. J. Benson, pastor their congregations and choirs among them the Conversion of spiritually high. The No. 1

Flossie Marshall, reporterIn will render highly religious MT. ZION A.M.E.OPA Cornelius and the parable of choir will have a program

services at Matthew Temple the Good Samaritan. A cor- Tuesday night after
spite of the chilly weather ( LOCKA) fJ \ prayer
had wonderful Church a 11628 NW 5th Ave. l, relative reading from scienceand meeting.
we service.
Rev. Benson a brought a brief during the next few months.On We at Mt. Zion had a very : health includes these Don't forget to pray for all

January 25 at 7:3): p.m. high day last Sunday. At the words: The rich in spirit help sick and shut-ins and the
for the also
message morning, the Rev. 0. D. Williams of 11 a.m. service, Rev. NaomiFayson "'",. _: the poor in one grand brother bereaved.

our birth Month Rally was Christian Missionary Baptist was at her best. If p hood, all having the same prin Visitors are always welcome
held. Mrs. C. Glenn in
was 1 Church, congregation and choir You have not heard Rev. Fay- Mr. Perry is stationed at ciple, or Father; and blessedin to worship with us.

charge.In led off with a stirring gospeTsing. son, you have missed a-treat. Urganda, East Africa working, that man who seeth his,_ ,'?' MT. CARMEL.w

the evening service a Singing, praying and The Youth Department and with the YMCA. He was over brother's need and suppliethit Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor
panel discussion held
the people.was Tlfe by preaching esrvice. Missionary Workers; invite you there three years and he and seeking his own in another'sgood. Sis. Louise Me Griff, reporterA

young topic Following them on January to enjoy with them the playlet, his family are home on vaca- Peter's statement of a

The Outlook of Youth. Those 30 at 8 p.m. will be the great "Seven of the Good Spirits" tion before starting another truth I perceive that God is no very interesting lessonwas

who took part in the discussionwere gospel preacher, the Rev. P. Sunday evening, January 30, three years of service. While respecter of persons; but in taught in the Sunday

Bernice Ward, Christine W. Brantley fo Greater Israel at seven. Rev. Milton Faysonis in Urganda, he establishedtwo every nation he that feareth School on the subject "God

Robertson Christine Bogan, Bethel Primitive Baptist with pastor. YMCA's and they are car- him and worketh righteousness Is Father." Come and be withus
Debra Wilson and is with him
Joseph Da- accepted ,
his singing choir and congre- rying on a most active pro- some Sunday morning at
vis. find a parallel in this life :

Later in the evening a sur- gation. ST. LUKE A.M.E. gram.Mr. from science and health. Loveis 9:30.The morning was
Then on Monday night, Jan. Perry was executive
and universal in
prise birthday party was held 31 the Rev. Willie Smith of St. Luke AME moved last secretary of our local YMCA its impartial adaptation and bestowals.All delivered by the Rev. M. Kern-
bound.our pastor. lie was spell Macedonia F. H. B. Church week to their temporary homeat for ten years before going to are welcome to attend our cry, a missionary worker from
lie said
thanks to his North Africa.
and his choir and congrega- the above address. The pas- Africa. He is a graduate of services. Sun. 11 a.m. and It opened our
many well wishers and his tor conducted his first eyes to the many blessings we
tion will render the service at ser- Florida A&M University and Wed. 8 p.m.
family who love him very much. 7:30: p.m. vices last Sunday in the new Springfield University enjoy and made us more thank-

Funeral services for Mrs. quarters.Dr. ful as the speaker told of con-
And at 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. Sunday was a gala day. A
Willie Thorpe were held on and F. A. Allen\\ Presiding ST. JAMES AME ditions in his country.
13 the Rev. J. H. Wilson large number of friends and
Jan. ,
27. We the
mourn with
elder of the Miami district Our pastor delivered a short
congregation of the Christian will hold members heard Rev. Faulkner Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pastor
Thorpe and Coleman familiesWe first quarterly but sweet message during the
Community Temple] backed up conference speak and the singing of the Bert Cooper
also share the grief of Friday night and reporter evening. His subject
Mrs. Mattie Booze in the loss by the Golden Trumpets Sing- will close out Sunday morning.We Southwest Senior High School The January-ite under "What Happens When was God,

of her mother and the familyof ing Group. are happy to have our choral group. W. S. Johnson, guidance of Mrs. Marie Childs Calls?"

Mrs. Mattie Swindle who Following them that night, presiding elder and his lovely director. will make their report on Sun- The
Benefit Club
Feb. 13 at 7:30: p.m. will be wife to return to us for another Sunday night the executive day night. This has been ,
passed away a few days ago. that dynamic singing preacherthe yeaf.f board of the Women's Fellowship Eartha Goldwater, president,
May the Lord weekly parties and
comfort those in is
Rev. J. B. Blacknell o The States Rally will terminate met making plans for the weekly parties and what celebrating its seventh an-
their not
sorrow. New St. James AME Church, Sunday night. Rev. years work. Mrs. Connie Wil- in order to make their drive a niversary Sunday at 3:30 p.m.
The District Laymen will congregation and choir will Sis. Henrietta White is leading liams is the president. You are invited. Visitors are
be at Salters Chapel Sundayat Florida and Mrs. Jannie success. Be sure to be out always welcome. Rememberthe
close the day's service with a Sunday morning at the 11:05
Sunday night.
3 p.m. They are the South sing, prayer and preaching is leading South Carolina. service all our officers, dea- sick and shutins and those

Flprjda District. service. Don't miss any of The pastor organized theMen's cons an deaconesses will be The quarterly conferencewas who are bereaved.
held last
annual Day observance, installed and ordained. At Friday night.
these wonderful services.
Sunday. Elected to Members who miss these conferences NOTICE
serve are 7:30 service Sunday night the
Although we are trying to
FIRST BAPTISTRev. the following: chairman, Rev. officers of the Women's Fel- really should attend.
raise money, we are also try- Cooper; co-chairman, Bro. They are informal and light fhe Story of Christ will be
W. M. Davis pastor in g to win souls for Christ. lowship will be installed withan hearted but told in
Flager Bronson; captains; yet a very serious music and song by the
Donella Turner, reporter The trustee board: Bro. Rev. Curry, Bro. George White, service.appropriate candle lljght and business function of the adult choir of Grace Presby-

The St. Matthew Lodge No. Alexander Lucas Jr., chair Bro. Mitchell, Bro. Wyatt Bro. church. All members and offi- terian Church on Sunday, Jan.

670 will serve dinners on Saturday man, Rev. Daniel Pridgeon, Larry, Bro. Muldrow, Bro. leers of the church should at 30 at the 11 p'clock service.

:, Jan. 29. The director of pastor. Joseph Williams, Rev. Burns THE tend. Once you get in the habit The theme, "God With us,"

the Sunshine Band is askingall FRIENDSHIP M.B and Bro. Elliott Curry. The BAPTIST of attending your church's will be presented in profile
to bring their.children has been set for Feb- MINISTERS
parents program COUNCILThe quarterly conferences you with a background of solos
out Saturday at 3 p.m. Rev. J. E. Jenkins, Pastor ruary always wel- Baptist Ministers wouldn't want to miss anymore chants and interspersed with
Ruby Lee Carr, Reporter Council suitable readings.You .
come to worship at St. Luke., met Wednesday 11:30

Sunday services were won- a.m. at the St. Luke Baptist GRACE are invited to worship
MT. MORIAHRev. Church the with us in this unusual ser-
derful throughout the day with chaplain, the

A. L. Shipp, pastor our pastor preaching out of McGHANEY SPEAKS Rev. W. o. Mundy conducting PRESBYTERIANThis vice at Grace Church, 6895
the devotion. NW 24th Ave.Fellowship.
his soul both morning and
Evelyn L. Souter, reporter Launch into Sunday morning, the
out the deep
night. We are so elated over The Rev. P. W. Williams, adult choir will full immediately following -
The youth would like to and let down your nets for a present a the service. H.
our many visitors each Sun- expositor, spoke on the sub- service of music and entitled Higgs,
I thank everyone that participated draught. Luke 5:4.: song reporter; U. Higgs
day. ject, "God as Father." The "A Profile in Church organist;

during their anniversary, Special get-well wishes to There are times when we lesson was (impressive, interesting Music." Let us bring our L. Faniel, president; Rev. W.

especially to Mrs. A. Range, our members in the hospital. don't seem to do anything and inspirational. friends to this outstanding F. Savoy, minister.
who gave a wonderful messageof Sis. Willie Mae Cowan, Sis. right. Also everything seemsto A visitor, Mrs. Patton, a occasion.

traveling life's highway.She Geraldine Bell, Richard Yate us to be at a stop and we former music teacher at Phy- This Sunday evening at 7,

pictured all that were and Johnnie Tookes. Our don't seem to be able to get lis Whe alley Elementary the pastor will bring message ATTENTION

.y present as her children around deepest sympathy to Sis. Fannie things going. But that is School asked the ministers to' on the experience of Noah CHURCH

t' the breakfast table, giving all Mae Jackson and familyin sometimes the test. When cooperate in a plan hse has and the gospel of salvation. REPORTER!,

a good, talking. We wish all the loss of her husband things are hard for us, let's fo f the betterment of the Music will be presented by
com- Church
a j "youth could have heard her Daniel Jackson Services will try all the hafder to do them. munity- the adult choir. news for publi-
cation'In the
and also William Page, who be at Friendship Wednesday And by so doing, we cast our mmThe Rev. L. T. Sanders Let us bring our friends to current week's
at 3 p.m. Our deepest sympathyto a church (Issua mutt be in our officeno
in' his own way brought out nets into the deep, and the native morning and evening.
1 Sis. Conner in of Georgia later than' 7 o'
Dec. & John gave some Remember lock Mon-
very good points draught of real blessings will : you are always
some his in Swains- encouraging advice to the day
the loss of aunt evening. Publication
at Grace. of
y General election and conference be ours So until a later date, ministers
boro, Ga. Our special prayersfor news received! after
will be Thursday, Feb. Sis Minnie Least and if God's *will, I pray God's Rev. T. Johnson, president, 6895 NW 14th Ave. time cannot be that

:1 at 7:30 p.m. all other shut-ins. blessings upon all of you. rev. Harold Brown!,..P..R. Rev. W. F. Savoy, Pastor guaranteed.


School Leaders THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, January 28, 1966 11LET'S
Itate .,

in JacksonvilleApproximately 'I ,\ ... . TALK POLITICS
.. ,iI ," :. BY
359 Florida incomes under p\, -', NORMAN JONES
a :;
year ,
Jhool leaders are expected to used in figuring school .. .. \'
funds r --- --- Since all
[end a three-day meeting on under the Elementary and Sec- major candidates in the current race for

education'of disadvantagand ondary Education Act, which Many people 65 and over in governor announced to date realize the importance and
culturally deprived amounts to 142,000 in Florida. Dade County: should take action significance of the Negro vote and are making over-
ildren to be held in Jack- However, the U. S. Officeof now to qualify for hos- tures openly and aggressively for Negro support thereis
nville March 23-25. State Education using additional pital benefits under social little likelihood that anyone candidate will receive
hoof Supt. Floyd T. Chris- criteria estimates 30 per security, Edward P. Blonston the Negro bloc vote by default as in previous elections.In .
m announced to day cent of all students in the nation social security district manager 1948, the first year which Negroes in Florida
Christian said the meeting to be educationally dis- Miami North, stated today. participated in the Democratic Primaries, Fukler Warren
,uld be a leadership conferee advantaged, which would ibis advice applies to almost was found the least distasteful of the candidates and
to discuss the general amount to 360,000 in Florida M r.3 all people over 65 who received the Negro vote. In 1952 Dan McCarty was the
oblem and the special skills if the same percentage applied. do not re reive social securityor
Miss overwhelming favorite of the
Edwina A. Lord, the Negro voters throughoutthe
Teachers railroad
eded by teachers and ad- working with dis- retirement bene-
daughter of state, both elected.
the late were
mfitrators; who work with advantaged children. Chris.- Mr. Edwin Lord fits, civil service retirement
sadvantaged students. The tian said, need special 1 skills Mrs. M. E. Stevens grandaughterof and annuities, or public welfare McCarty died shortly after taking office with the
atewide conference will be and in some cases special niece of Prof. John A. I.ord. payments.Mr. mantle falling on House Speaker Charlie Johns until a
flowed by three area meet- training to understand and has honorably passed the test Blonston stated many special election was held in 1954 when the Negt; vote
gs, involving classroom provide the needs of these of the National Teachers Association persons who have never work- went solid for J-eRoy Collins for the bobtail term in
and students.In ed under
achers county school social security be-
and has .
completed 1956 with the solid
backing of the
Negro vote
rsonnel. ,
some instances, these the course for the B.S. degreeat lieve that this change in the
taking part in the state- students start school behind Bethune-Cookman College. 'law does not affect them. Thisis was rapidly growing. Collins won in an unprecedentedsweep
ide meeting will be univerity their fellow students and She is expected to join the not true and even those in the first primary. In 1960 the Negro bloc
personnel, county directs need extra help to catch up faculty of Holmes Elementary over 65 who have never had after strongly supporting quasi-liberal Ted David in the
of instruction county and keep up. In most cases School of Dade County. a social security number may first primary switched enmasse to Doyle Carlton in the
superintendents, school special programs must be designed Miss Lord is also vice- qualify. runoff against Farris Bryant. Bryant was elected.In .
oard members, school princials to bridge the "learning president of the Christian Aid "These folk should get in 1964, Robert King High, Miami Mayor wrappedup
from areas of high gap" Christian said Bible Class of Liberty City touch with our office and file the
con- and to solid Negro vote and upset strong favorites Fred
of "
her grandmother is an application Mr. Blonston
of st dents from keep the student's
ation interest
to Bud Dickinson and Scott
founder Kelly to gain the runoff
w income families statend achieve success. and organizer and is said. "They will then automatically spot
county public health work- Group topics of discussionfor assistant superintendent of qualify for hospital against Jacksonville's perennial Mayor Haydon Burns.
Irs, and school social workers the conference unclude: Temple Baptist Church Sun benefits July 1, 1966. They High retained the solid backing of the Negro voters in
octirs and dentists, teacher education, communications day L. A.School of which the Rev. will also have an opportunityto the runoff and was swamped by Burns by some 146,000
Christi an said there is no teachers education, program Thompson is minister. sign up for the voluntary:: majority.
iccurate estimate of the total evaluation, personal and medical insurance program Since 1964 many alignments have been made by
which will doctor
social pay
umber of Florida students development class-
bills and other medical ex- Kelly High and Burns with the Negro and each has de-
onsidered room situation, and
dis- of
educationally out
idvantaged except the numberf school enrichment program.OOLORfN INCOME TAXPREPARED penses. Anyone who is 65 or clared openly they will seek the Negro vote. The pas-
students from famili es with older will have full protection sage of the Civil Rights and Voting Rights Bills, integration -
only if he applies before March of schools and public facilities has virtually!, .
31, 1966." eliminated the strong stand of avowed "segregationists"

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! 12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 28, 1966

Ada James; one sister, Cor-
, RANGE. rrine Rollle; two brothers,

Charlie and Aaron. 'Serviceswill

Mrs. Evelyn Black of 1209 be held Sat. Jan. 29 in
CARDS E IO S DATFIS NW 65th St. died at Jackson at 12:30 at the Church of Christ.

Memorial Hospital on Wednes- ---
day, Jan. 19. She is survivedby Mrs. Lottie. Smith of 2102

two sons, George and Joseph NW 57th St. 'died at Jackson

. I IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn Black; two daughters, Hospital Jan. 20. Survivors
Dale Knowles and Elnora
include a daughter Mrs. Ruth
II i In loving memory of our In memory of my husband Chambers; four sisters, Ethel McCollough and three grand-
husband and sad, but loving memoryof McIntosh Louise Mortimore
father, sons.Services on Friday, Jan.
GEORGE PRATT our dear sister Helnretta Sears and Rosenna 28 in the chapel at 2 p.m.

who departed this life January ANNA REID MITCHELLwho Mortimore; two brothers, George

30, 1965. departed this life January and Morris Brooks: a daugh- Mrs. Carrie President of

God has called you home 28, 1949. ter-in-law Elizabeth ; other 1435 NW 61st St. APt. 10 diedat

from labor to reward. God No one knows of the sad- relatives and friends. Ser- Jackson Hospital Jan. 19.

knows how much we miss you. ness. Only those who have vices will be held at St. Matt- Survivors include two brothers

Never shall your memory fade, lost can tell. hews Baptist Church on Saturday Grant President; two daugh-
Jan. 29 at 3:30 p.m. ters; Annie Bessie and Dorothy
,1\\ loving thoughts shall always HERE'S PROOF YOU'LL
: wander to the spot where you The Family ; four brothers, Robert,
: laid. James Bryant of 2155 NW Jeff,Norris and A. J. Williams; OUR PRINTING:
I are LIKE
64th St. and also of 532 SW a sister, Rosa L. Gray; six
. Mrs. Virginia Pratt wife IN MEMORIAM Ave. D, Belle Glade died at grandchildren. Services were

. Marguritta Pratt, daughter Veterans Hospital, Jan. 22. held Price
; In memory of our dear hus- on Wednesday Quality Job; Budget
Survivors are a widow, Hattie chapel.
\. IN MEMORIAM band and father, who departedthis Mae; a sister, Annie Johnson
a \ life January 24, 1964.BENJAMIN No Job Ton large or Small
of Ft. Lauderdale; four nieces
Gertrude Johnson of 1435
In sad but loving memory of
loyal seven nephews; other rela- NW 61st St. Apt. 10 died at Deadlines Met on Time
our one, 1
1Y J f X tives and friends. There were Jackson Hospital, Jan. 18th.
---- -- -- -- -
Y Yr no local services. Final rites Survivors include two daughters Satisfaction Guaranteedand

KINO B. ALAWAY and burial will be in Ft.Myers, Marion and W. C. one sister,

whom God has chosen and Fla. Mrs. Lillie Mae Hamilton, all our customers come back!

taken away to rest, Jan. 29, -- of Gainsville. Final rites and
William Davis of 2219 burial held in Gaines
1965. May he sleep in peace were
with God. Green Street Hollywood, Fla. ville. Miami Times
died at Jackson Memorial
He is gone but not forgotten. -
Hospital, Jan. "22. He is sur- Mrs. Maggie Swindle of

Zella M. Alaway, wife vived by his widow, Mable; 5930 NW 2Jra Avenue passedat FOR ALL YOUR PRINTING NEEDS -
two sons, William and Leonard Christian Hospital Jan. 21.
Connie F. Alaway, dght. r 'M ,
Sisters: ; two daughters, Catherine Survivors include three daughters -

Nancy Hall, Corina Devoe, .,f Cash and Bloneva Smith; one Mattie M. Boze, Emma

Rosa Kate, Ella Dixonand sister; one brother; nieces, Shelton; three sons, Luther, WowIllllll

Maggie Norman. nephews, fifteen grandchildren, Willie and Robert; one sister,

Brothers: John Alaway eight i greatgrandchildrenother Annie Buggs, other relativesand
relatives and friends. vrybdYcai
Bessie Dudley, motherinlaw friends. Services at An-
Services will beheld Saturday
MRS. BEATRICE SITTON tioch Baptist Church, Wed.,
t"-II'- Jan. 29 at 3:30 p.m. 'at the Jan. 26.

who departed this life January' Church of God, in Hollywood, eijcx!

28, 1961. CARD THANKS Fla. Mrs. Willie Mae Thorpe of

We often sit and think of you 2986 NW 52nd St. died at .
The Family of the I late .. Daniel Jackson of 1238 NW Jackson Hospital. Jan. 21.
And how you passed, -- ---- -
ALICE H. PRATHERwho PHILLIPSMay 62nd Terr. 'died at Jackson Survivors include two .
You could not say good-bye sons, .
Before you clsoed your passed on January 17, he rest in peace. Hospital on Jan. 19. He is Arthur and Hezikiah; two
The blow hard 1966 gratefully acknowledgethe survived by his widow, Fan- daughters, Willie Mae Cole-
The was ; kindness and expressionsof Mrs. Alice Phillips, wife nie; four daughters, Beatrice man and Catherine Houston; a

pain severe, sympathy from friends and And Children Hill, Addie Lee Slaughter, sister, Rosie Bell Fields; two

Even Death though we knew your neighbors during their time of Betty Jean Gaddist and Caro- son-inlaws; two daughtersinlaw
near. lyn Jackson; two sons, James brother-in-law
God gave us strength to fightit bereavement. MANKER and Artis; two sisters Lula ; one many
grandchildren great grand-
thanks to Benedict
and courage to bear the McDonald and Wincey Johnson;
Jordan Construction Companyand Mrs. Hattie Butler of 15965 children. Services at Salters
blow only those who've lost one brother, C. J. Serviceswere
Chapel on Thursday, Jan. 27.
employees, also to the NW 22nd Ct. Opa Locka diedat held
tell the of on Wednesday at
pain parting
can without a farewell.Mrs. Range Funeral Home. Crestview Nursing Home. Friendship Baptist Church. Mrs. Gussie Boulton of 2251W.
Gentry Prather Among her survivors ,is a '
Alice Sullivan, daughter, Mrs. Rena Peterson. Isaac Gabriel of 2298 NW 7th Lane. Hialeah died at
home. Jan.
daughterMrs. Chapel services were held 24. Survivors include -
63rd St. died at home Jan.
Annie Mae Berry on mother, Mrs. Emma Tur-
.. Monday.
20. lie is survived by two sisW -.
Louise English, MildredGibson CARD OF THANKS Eddie Wells, of 4126 N ters Sallie Williams and Ethel ner; one brother, Thomas; Jr. Rocket
Ethel Bell Brown, 3rd Ave. died Jan. 19th. Mr. two sisters, Annie Mae Scott
Worner; a brother, Ulysees of
sisters The family of the late Wells is survived by his wife, Detroit and Willie Mae Timmons. Ser-
Mich; four nieces and
James Berry, nephew JESTINA JOLLY Virginia; father, Lawyer; 4 four nephews; other relativesand were held Thursday in the

And six grandchildren wishes to express thanks and brothers, including Jack Wellsof friends. Services were chapel at 4:30 p.m. I7 -

the neighborsand Miami and 8 sisters, includ- held --- -
appreciation to Thursday in the chapel.
ing Arline and Mattie Wells of Mrs. Amelia Williams of
friends for cards floral .
CARD 0 ? THANKSThe at 1 p.m.Mrs. d
Miami. Final rites will be held 1739 NW 62nd Terrace diedat
pieces, telegrams and other ---
in Dublin Ga. Jackson Hospital Jan. 23.
of the late
family Sunday.
acts of sympathy during its Leatha Luckey of Survivors include
Reynold Roberts the infantson a daughter,
ALETHA TOWNS bereavement. 6238 NW 24th Ct. died at Ken-
Elouise Smith
; a granddaughter -
of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Roberts
Jan. 1966 Special thanks to the Rev. dall Hsopital, Jan. '14. Survi-
who passed away 1, of 1240 NW 59th St. Apt. Elouise Conley; two great-
take this method of thankingthe I. C. Mickins, Mrs. I. G. Wilder 17, died Jan. 22. Graveside vors are an aunt, Mrs. Amy grands; other relatives and

many friends and ne igh- Mt. Olivette Baptist services will be held Sat. Martin; a niece, Joyce Jordon; friends. Services will be held ,

bors for cards, flowers, tele- Church, Rev. J. L Johnson, at 2 p.m. 'at Evergreen Me- cousin, Norma Rumph; two Sat. Jan. 29 at 10 a.m. at Mt. '
grams and other acts of kind- Rev. I. W. Hepburn and the morial Cemetery. The remains dear friends, Booker T. Jack- Tabor Baptist Church. ; : 1r

ness rendered during our be Richardson Funeral Home and will repose in the chapel of son and Mrs. Ann washington. --
reavement. Services were held on Satur- Lee Andrew Waters 11851 i '
others. Manker from 1 Friday ,
Special thanks to Rev. W. William! Jolly, son til funeral time. day, Jan. 22 in the Range SW 220th St. Goulds, died at e .

J. Macon and members, Mr. Mrs. Castella Cunningham, Memorial Chapel. Kendall Hospital, Jan. 25. Mr.

ll'zNelson Adams and faculty and Dania, sister --- Waters was a well known citi-

the House of Albert Funeral Mrs. Irene Cooper, N. Df. RAHMINGS. Mrs. Laura McDonald of zen of Dade County coming to
1601 NW 62nd St. Apt. 14 diedat '
directors. sister that community in 1918. Mr. i, 1 1! ; 1 1r
May God bless each and Grand and great grand Arthur Chisholm, a pioneer Jackson Hospital, Jan. 21. Waters was active in many organizations -
Survivors include husband
everyone of you. resident of Miami of 1830 NW in the community r 1
children relatives and
Ernest; a mother, Mrs. May
Jrd Ave. 'Apt. 4 died in Jackson having served for many yearsas
Lock & Family f'JiendsTHOUGHTFUL Hightower. Services will beheld ,
Towns -
Memorial Hospital. Sur- secretary of his church, secretary -
vivors include two sons, Len- Monday. Jan. 31 at 3 D.m. of the Mays Hi gh School
at Emanuel Church of God in
theus and Benjamin; one daughter PTA, assistant secretary of

,Mrs. Hazel Ferguson, three Christ. Lincoln Memorial Convalescent CQHI12STSUittroht

ft brothers, Rev. Mitchell Chis- Home secretary of the
1 holm Alfred Mikell of 1475 NW Scout No. 37 His
Wellington and Dona-' Boy Troop
F than, one sister, Mrs. Alivilda 68th Terr.Jan.died 20.at Jackson survivors include his widow,

| Ferguson, other relatives! and Hospital, Mikellwas Valuda; three sons, Eldred K.,
member of well-
4 friends Funeral services were a a very Lee Andrew, Jr., and Willie

held Jan. 26 at St. Agnes'.known pioneer family Miami. Anthony; three daughters, a i a i Y

V Church. 'Burial at Evergreen. Survivors include his widow, Janice, Ada and Virginia; four Mti
Memorial Cemetery. Lenora i; three children; his grandchildred; father, Williea /

--- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mi- host of other relatives and

Little Farrington Harris, Kell; three sisters, Iris Grace, friends. Funeral services are

son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Harris Elizabeth 'Spraggins and to be held Friday Jan. 28 at 8

of 352A NW 14th St. died Cheryl Mikell; a grandmother, p.m. at New Bethel AME

in New York. He is survivedby Mrs. Maggie Gibson; three Church, Goulds, Rev. L. P. -

BEAUTIFUL SERVICESOur his parents, two brothers, aunts, Mesdames Pauline Holmes, officiating. Burial will
three sisters two aunts and Dunn, Mattie Jones and Willie be Saturday morning at the
other relatives and friends. Evelyn Creglin; one uncle, Paradise Memorial Park. lie ( ) ((Iti

ability and desire to Services were held on Wed- Charles and Nottage friends.; other Serviceswere rela- will repose in the chapel from I
} r carry out your wishes, together nesday, Jan. 26 in the chapel.. held on Tuesday at St. 8 to 11 p.m. Thursday.Longhorn.

X with --- John Baptist Church. I
our experience, Wiley Haley, of 252 NW 7th

,I mean a service that is St. Apt. 15 died in Jackson Otis O'Brien of 913 NW

\ Memorial Hospital, Jan. 21. 46th St. died at Christian Hos- !
j with beauty and
: Survivors include one brother, pital Jan. Survivors include

./ c understanding-to comfort. Charlie of Birmingham, Ala. his widow; Amanda; two brothers
Services will be held on Friday -
and Moses
Henry ; one
/1 Jan. '28, 1 p.m. in the sisters Mattie Collier; two
chapel with Fr. Lambert L.
1J : stepsons, Arlesta and R. A.

J I I's f "M/ Father in Heaven, help be Sands at, officiating.Evergreen Cemetery.Burial will Odell Cohen McMillanother; one daughter relativesand Mrs. ,ma rtn1 'ark

,11 me never to forget Thy love
friends. Services will be
'i. it looks up to me in the held on Sat. Jan. 29 in the HAS Prt interment plots of 8 grave spaces or less

, 14 beauty of the flower ." SUPPORTYOUR chapel at 11 a.m. ALSO 1 111I11. d I at. Ingle gravy space interment

John Henry Jowett Boxes and vaults permitted

Johnnie Phillips of 1001
f y,. Oscar L. Range NW 62nd SJ. Apt. 3 died at Gates open 7 days for your convenienceMOIHW4STH

YMCA Jackson Hospital, Jan. 21. STREET NE HILT

< Funeral Home Survivors include his widow E. Johaeon Manager Hem phone: OX 19199I
Lois Philllcau mother. Mrs.

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441. market at reduced price. Com- Satisfaction Guaranteedand ,
baths, Fla room separate din- pletely furn., corner lot, sprin- .BRING
ling and living room. Move right kler system with ** <*iwttnm > our customers back!
|in and buy like rent. JA 3- rage. All fenced separate in. Terms ga- come WE HAVE MANY 2 & 3 BEDROOM HOMES!
|3441. Owner FR 33304. can be .
arranged. Don't fail to
come out Sunday. Open 1-5 pm RESULTS Miami Times VETERANS PAY ONLY $100 DOWN

uth Miami. 6601 SW 62 Ct. and our salesman will show ,/IU! .
9,000 total.$200 down. Freshy you around location. '98 NW
| painted. Big 100'xl25' lot. Realty Broker -..
ner: 3733304. PL 9-8779. 4612 NW 16t Ave. $18 Week
$ These homes at FHA terms.
Down CBS Small down payments. 1863 NW
339 NW 39th Street 88 Terr 2 bedroom only $300 FORD REALTYINC. Broker
Owner 758-8749 down. 4512 NW 21 Ave. 2 bed- Newsboys
::==- room, only $250 down. 525 NW 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635.4595
ir8 NW 47th Street 49 St. 2 bedroom garage $350
Move Right In down. 1892 NW 83 '(err. 2 bed-
E-Z Terms room.A must to see $350 down WantedTO
Owner PL 8-8749 Drive by then call Fenster
Realty Broker, PL 98779.

2050 NW 96th Street SELL Duplex $450 Down
Like New $300 Down FOR RENTA

Owner 758-8749 nice lady to share a 2 bed- $85 a month. $32 a week income, fenced, good condition *

7025 NW 28th Avenue room furnished apt.OX 1-9344. no qualifying, no closing costs, near 62nd St.

Like New, 3 Bedroom Rev. S. H. Bowles has a very r
Move Right In nice unfum.,one bedroom apt. 775 NW 46 St.
Must See Water bill paid hot water.
Owner 758-8749 $14 wk. One clean child per- MIAMI NORTH TRAVEL BUREAU Large CBS, $550 down, $24 week. No qualifying, no

mitted. Call 635-9769 or 691- 1104 NW 3 AVE. closing
Home Income 7964.
Owner 758-8749 2 bedroom duplex. $22 Liberty -
Rental 2270 NW 153 ST.
-- Agency. 2020 NW
62 St. Call 6337809. 2 bedroom, ,1 bath, Fla room, CBS, garage, fenced, ,

CBS Huge Lot Large 1 bedroom apt. $16. Liberty 4634 NW 27 AVE.
$300 Down Rental Agency. 2020 NW
Owner 758-8749 62 St. Call 633-7809. H FOR RENT

BRAND NEW HOMES 1823 NW 37th St. 1 bedroomapt. 6740 NW 15 AVE. 2 bedroom duplex. $24 a week.
furnished. $80 month
3 bedrooms 2 baths, also 4 or
bedroom, 2 baths. Neither $22 a week with security.

home has ever been I lived in. Adults 373-3175 only or NE no 4-0942 pets., Call START TODAY OPEN 9 AM TO 1 PM MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
See these 2 beauties at 1440 ,
down-NE 152nd Terr. Only $300 Rooms in private home. 'Reasonable EARN 6C ON EVERY PAPER SOLDlife's Trio
qualified buyer. -No rates. Kitchen and Realty
closing costs. $120 per mo. many other privileges. Convenient -
pays all. Call 238-4023 for information for buses. Good for 801 N.W. 54 St.
or better yet, come decent man or woman. Phones: .
out and see them. NE 3-3044 or NE 55283.

Indef.) PL 9-8372 PL 9-0132
--- 7762 NW 15th Ave. 3 bedroom, '
Repossed Bargain!! 1849 NW CBS, 2 bath plus] 2 porches, '
152nd St. Oak floors,Fla room furn. -or use as two separate Best l Buys!
3 bedrooms no qualifying.Move apt.s$28 week or monthly.
right in. Call JE 1-6902. Greater Miami Realty, 444-6133

Nice CBS, 1 bedroom house.
See the luxury home that has $16.50 wk. Couple only $25 OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY COME SEE
everything for the discriminate de po.;it. 7600 NW 8th Ave. EDISON SpecialsTHESE
buyer at 1147 NW 46th St. unfurn. Phone 757-0272.
Open for inspection Sun 1-5 -- NO QUALIFYING MOVE RIGHT IN

p.m. Ph. JE 1-6902. 3 bedroom, CBS, separate garage, enclosed front
""..--., HELP WANTED porch, freshly painted inside and out, appliances,
$495 down.Brand new! 3 bedr. Saleswoman. Experienced in $500 down and $90 month pays all. 3 OPEN AFTER I P.M. SUNDAY
2 baths rms. 1930 NW 51st Tel
dresses and sportswear. Steady
No Call qualifying move right in. employment. Lory's Fashion NO CLOSING COSTS 500 NW42 STREET w

immediately. 235-2958. Shops, 6112 NW 7th Ave. Corner CBS, tile roof, jalousie windows, fully Beautiful 3 bedroom, CBS home on double corner lot.
huge bedroom CBS home plus HOUSEKEEPER SECRETARY fenced yard. This is a wonderful deall! Price is Terrazzo floors, awnings. FHA tenn s.

,carport air electric appliances Intelligent good appearance, $9,800 with $300 down and $56.47 month, FHA.
cond.hardwood fls. not over 45, able to drive car, 335 NW 43 STREET
terms, only $400 down free to travel, live in, execu- 3 bedrooms 2 baths enclosed extra large liv-
Payment. Seller pays closing tive salary. Call 865-8713. NO QUALIFYING MOVE RIGHT IN garage,
costs. Drive by 1863 NW 88th -- ing area. $12,000 total. $300 cash FHA. No closing
i err. Then call Fenster Realty Experienced pianist. Bethle- 4 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, on NW 45th St. near 17th costs.
Broker PL 98779. hem Baptist Church. 1475 NW Ave. Fla room, carport, appliances, jalousie windows *
--FLAMINGO VILLAGE 58th Terr. Call 621-2602 or price is $11,000 with $1,000 down and $87 1490 NW 83 STREET
6352666. all.
CBS, 3 bedroom comer lot, pays 2 bedrooms,2 baths, CBS, on corner, tile roof, carport,

hardwood All carpeted floors wall throughout to wall. DAY NURSERY HOME AND INCOME : city water, $250 down FHA.$75 month pays everything.

Range and refrigerator. .Largeworkshop Children's I Nursery. Now Playllouse Open 6715 Day NW 2 lovely 2 bedroom, CBS homes on 1 lot, on NW : $11,000 total.
or laundry room. $350 Tile roof Fla awnings. : --------------
down. 1 FHA See 17th Ave. Call OX 1-4638. 46th St room, carport,
9000 Little River mortgage.Blvd. The ----- -- after school. Price only $15,000 down and $1,500 down, bank I DRIVE BY THESE THEN CALL EDISON
Shoeshine Boy
St.comer Gunson of Nw Realty 14th PL Ave.41841.90th Cousins Record Shop 2715 terms. 2354 NW 67 St No qualifying, $295 down, $79.50

NW 54th St. OUTSTANDING BUY IN WEST LITTLE RIVER month pays everything. Total $7,995. 2 bed't
1957 Eldorado Cadillac. Pri- ---- room, newly decorated, 1 block to school.
vate owner. Good condition. CAB DRIVERS. APPLYat Lovely 2 bedroom, CBS, tile roof, Fla room, awn-
Very Cab office 269 NW Price is $10,500 with $350 dow n,
reasonable. Phone 634- Society ings, appliances.
1714. 546 NW 50 St No qualifying, newly decorated in
Mrs. Williams. 21st St. $60.33 month, FHA terms.
Feb. 4 Indef. and out. Large CBS home with extra unit.


and wine Bar. Coconut and Miami full to 55.or Male part- Nice 2 bedroom, frame house on NW 53rd St. Enclosed 299 NW 43 St 2 bedroom, CBS on corner, detached
train. 24
Grove. Doing $500 week business time will front porch, carport, large utility room, garage. $11,500 total.
$2500 cash takes it. and female. working your for appliances. Only $300 down and $80 month pays
Rent debts
month. Walsh Broker Christmas
759-3091 us Dart-time. FR 4-6121. all. 431 NW 58 St CBS, duplex, $12,500 (less than
_Cg Jan.28 WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES FHA value) tile baths, $400 down FHA. No
SACRIFICE closing costs.
Rooming house, clean quiet, Urgently needed. Mature, VETERANS ANY FH,. HOME $100 DOWN
5 bedroom.2 bath, furn. Income kind, Christian! lady to live In WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES AND DUPLEXES-
property $8,750. Come Sunday motherless home and care for CALL US
8013 NW 14th Place. in exchange for
five children Life
board and very small Realty! Broker -I
SWIVMINO POOL HOUSE room Please call after 6 I EDISON REALTY Realtors
CBS tile roof, house, 3 salary. ,
to bedroom full dining corner room wall p.m. Telephone 696-2473. 1932 NW 7th ,,Aye.; PL 9-4371)

patio wall with carpet big swimming fenced yard:pool.and TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO ;4 y Optti 7,Davsjy Week ->EvMJiRr< :eel 10._ 175 N.W. 62nd St 7512441cLASS1F1ED

1520 NW 93rd St. $14,000 with CHURCH SUNDAY
reasonable down.

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j.. 14 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 28, 196Round I
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About Talk Principal Homed State F teen's ,

Consultant pot 'pourriBy
By Jimmie "Scoop" Bethel
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Bethikeba E. Dean J1Y
WORLD NEWS IN BRIEF. Sonji Clay (Mrs. Mu- State school superintendentFloyd Association, who is currently ;
T. Christian has announced serving as a general education
hammad Ali in New York stoppin traffic with her,
) City .
the appointment of consultant. .
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exciting beauty and fancy attire. Sonji is here to workon Harold H. Clark, principal of Oant has been assisting
her new career in show business as a singerdancer. Blake High School, Tampa as schools throughout the state How often have you heard adults critic.ze the tl.L-

l( She is beautiful and makes no secret of the fact that general consultant in educa With the addition of Clark to agers in our community Probably one of the most fre-

I 1: she still loves her "Champion of Men," Cassius Clay tion with the State Departmentof the staff, Clark will assist quently heard criticisms is that teenagers are "il-man-
Education. schools from Tampa south to nered or disrespectful." The second question arrives,
Robert C. Weaver is now officially the Secretary of
Clark has served as Blake Miami and Gant will serve "how of us are completely innocent of these criti-
t the Dept. of Housing and Urban Affairs and the first Ne- High School principal since schools in the northern part cisms?many"

gro to serve as a President's Cabinet member. Congrats 1964 serving as principal of of the state.
In many cases, adults have the tendency to reach
Martin Luther Pres Just Junior High Tampa in Clark and Gant follow in
Dr. King on Johnson's foreign this conclusion without and logical reasoning. They be-
1964 ,and as principal' of Be- the footsteps of two statewide-
affairs policies says, "We are building too many known educators, both of ing criticising because of the experiences they have
destruction around the world of no genuine'concern had of students these undesir-
prior to that time. whom served in similar posi- witnessing possessing
which threatens freedom of speech and the,privilege of He holds a B. A. degree tions in the state school de- able attitudes. They constantly build the attitude that

dissent and discussion here in the USA." Rev. King from Bethune-Cookman College partment in earlier years, W. all teenagers are alike, even though there are students

l y '*- arrived in Chicago Wednesday to rally a drive to free and an M. A. degree from Columbia E. Combs,.now a professor of who are completely different.

Negroes from involuntary enslavement in Northern slums University New York. education at, Florida A&M Teenagers for many purposes take on the attitude
Clark will work with JamesL. University, and Dr. RichardV.
Camden, Ala., white farmer J. T. Reaves was ar- Gant, former president of Moore now president of that "they know everything." This is an extremely
attitude for have number of
rested by Sheriff P. C. Jenkins for killing Negro David ofvthe Florida State Teachers Bethune-Cookman College. wrong anyone. We a great
things to learn and experiences to
more overcome
Colston after their cars collided. To occupy her mink many
that our parents have passed. Because of the fact that
while Champion Clay decides who to fight, Doug'Jones BROWNSVILLEJUNIOR
Carver YMCAActivities some of us may be a little more advanced in education,
or Ernie Terrell, Sonji Clay opened Monday night at HIGH this does not make us the mqst brilliant people.A .

Frankie's Band Box night club in Pittsburgh. The importance of educa- case or reasoning why students seem ill-man-
tion was the keynote of the remarks -
Brownsville nered or disrespectful because of the lack oi parentscare
******************** made to the
and love. In if the adults would take
Junior High School faculty and MEMBERSHIP ROUNDUP many cases
NEW YORK SHOW BIZ. .. '. hit with its first major students by Moses Perry. Mr. PROGRESSAlex time to talk to these students instead of criticizing or

snowstorm of the winter, airports closed down, cars Perry, who is on furlough from W. Brooks recently arguing with them, they will be showing more interest

jammed, kids had much fun throwing snowballs. Traffic his YMCA work in Uganda, appointed chairman, of the toward helping them. The student would probably be more

manager Henry A. Barnes declared snow emergency.New West Africa, was the guest membership committee and appreciative to know that some ne has taken up time

York's water reservoir gained .26 of an inch. Start speaker at a special assembly section boss for the Carver with him, and that someone is interested in him. Of

10 Caused program on Thursday, Jan. 19. Wagon Train, reported that course will eventually find students who little
ed Friday, Jan. 21, ended on Sunday at p.m. He was introduced to the aud- his organization would be com- you pay
Mother Nature. Back to business, for business. attention, however, this should not get you discouragedin
*bj open ience by his daughter,Mozella pleted by Jan. 31. The Carver
******************** who ta now attending Browns Section will have four wagons. trying to help others. .

ville. headed by the following: Many students force bad reputations upon them-

TEEN TALK New In addition to his sincere Lead Wagon Mrs. Clora selves. They are loud and boisterous while walking in

York to Miami: Yvonne A and inspiring remarks, Mr. Pearsall boss; 2nd WagonMr. the street or sitting on the bus. Instead of communica-

Bethel dedicates the Toys'new 1 Perry also showed interesting Clarence Patterson and ting in a soft or moderate way {hey want others to notice

song hit, "Attack" to andpicturesque slides of some Mr. Cleveland; 3rd Turner WagonMissHelen ; cooperators hem or they "show off." Other students practiceth
areas of the country of Ugandasome
Claude Long ;. Laverne members in M. Dorsett boss; 4th se habits be being with the wrong company. People
Bethel dedicates "How q YMCA, and other slides conferences Wagon-Mr. Sonny Wrightboss.Each usually judge others by the company they keep. If the

Sweet You Are"' to David including those of the Perry wagon has four wheel gan g is getting in trouble, you know its wrong to'' go
family at home. bosses who in turn have along with the gang, however if you don't you will be
Green SDA .
Boys spokes or workers. Each worker -
Mr. Perry, a native Miamianand the "sissy" or the awkard guy in the crowd. Instead of
Debbie Bethel dedicates has a minimum goal of 8
former high school student being the awkard guy or 'the sissy you'd rather indulgein
members and $75. Workersare
"I'll Be Seeing You" and 1 q and YMCA trainer of Principal being solicited for all ca- these things, knowing that they are Wron g. You willno

"I Miss You So" to her Lw.1.. Bannerman, expressed his tegories.The doubt have to suffer the consequences. You will not

cousins, Andrea and Linda YVONNE feeling of satisfaction and campaign will officially be punished a little easier because you knew you were

Bethel and Donna Bowlesof gratitude for the opportunity to open with a dinner meetingin indulging in wrong, you will be punished as the other
share his experience with the
the MY" Auditorium on
Brownsville The big friends you were with.

talk is about Christine:' Brownsville."N"W" ......family.ORCHARD .......w.._.. Friday. 'Moses(February. r.:' 'Perry 4. FeaturingMr. as key ,.,i RerpemberthaUUtn.f us the recommandations, and they could possibly be theones
son (Miami's own) Oakwood note speaker. At this sessionMr.
to keep us from that job we wanted so badly.
College coed in Huntsville, Dick Mead Train Boss for away
the Metropolitan Association
Ala.. Beautiful, gay, will brief the workers and .

very mysterious. 'Blue' newspaper This month drive we and are we having are give the go signal. To date Register Now!
.every member of the board of
asking all parents to partici
management advisory
pate. If you have any news- council has assumed
a responsible -
paper at home, please bring it role in the effort. Volun- The books ,are open

to the next meeting and let's teers are being accepted at
be 100% and make our children the office which will be open
happier. Mrs. Marietta Bui lard until 10 p.m. each day.
waits is reporter and Mrs. Clora

I, Pearsall, principal. NEW VICE CHAIRMAN

a special meeting of the
I Board of Management of the
TV Courses Carver Branch YMCA on Jan-

uary 21, Jefford Smith a long
Disc time board member with a
Op- commendable record of service -
Vocabu- b was elevated to the posi-

Sales tion as vice chairman of the : ,,,
board to succeed Leon Earles,

; are who resigned. Mr. Smith was x R
Stamodem TV men also designated as the Carver
Representative on the Metropolitan

China Board of Directors.

of the

trained Five i enrollees of the -
con- Neighborhood Youth Corps
the under the Auspices of the S.

equip- ty. Florida Economic Opportunity ANNOUNCES NEW STAFF MEMBERCharles
be pre- Development Council Inc.
class have been assigned to the T Rogers has just| joined the tales staff of Victor Pianos, & Organs 300 N W
I --- staff of the Carver Branch. 54th Street

CHINA VALLES The young people are traineesfor He is eminently qualified, having a unique background of framing, and experience 'in
will help them attain one in either responsible jobs and are radio TV. symphony concerts chorol accompanying organ and piano-.Mr Rogers'
radio or television. compensated by the federal appearances have been world wide
will Located on beautiful lin- government for duties per-
from Bethune Cookman College he went on for further study at the
to cor- coln Road in Miami Beach the formed in the process of train-
University of Wisconsin Private study in organ continued in Munich,Germany and at
JOo and Institute of Modem Broadcasting ing. In addition to supervision the University of Miami His radio work included a 2 year Saturday MusIc Series, on
to Inc. helps open the doorto and guidance by our staff, WBBB, Burlln tan, N C
the fascinating world of the enrollees are required to
( re-enter school for a minimum During l his Service tour, he was Chaplain's Assistant at Ft Jackson S C. presiding at
-- broadcasting where each stu- the Chapel organ While overseas he was Organist Pianist for the U S 43rd Winged
dent will find unlij ited oppor- of six hours weekly. The arrangement Victory Chorus and Band appearing in concerts at the Deutches Museum, Munich,
yunities, high paying positionsand is profitable for uermony, Salzberg festival House, Salzberg Austria TV and Municipal concerts in
I Artistic Floral Shop other enviable advantages.Each both the association and the Amsterdam, Holland, other concerts in Vienna. Austria East Berlin. Pisa Italy and a
I employees. The Carver enrol- lomt concert with the Munich Symphony OrchestraThe
class is limited in
ARRANGEMENTS' FOR ALL OCCASIONS size so that each student receives lees are Ruby L. Alexanderand Holland engagement was broadcast over a nation wide hookup of the five maior,
maximum Robert Fice, recreation networks The 31 man chorus song to an estimated four million people Their.
benefit from leadership trainees; Edgar objective to get money for the flood stricken people of Holland
.l/I / FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS ALSO individual performance, and: Clarke and Ralph Jenkins
gets constructive personal maintenance and landscape Since, 1960 Mr Rogers has served as Minister of Music at Mt Zion Baptist Church
::1 FRESH AND ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS criticism from his instructorsin trainees; and Arlene Warner, 301 I N W 9th Street He is a member of the Miami Chapter American Guild of

--'i I Mrs. Mablt BoJit, Prop all of the different phases office apprentice. OrganistsMr

Mrs. Dora Ma. Williams, BUI. Mono ger of broadcasting techniques.The Assisting the executive Rogers will be available as consultant salesman for all musical nods piano
new classes are just secretary in the program of and organ
6318 NW 15 AVE. starting and a call for a free job training are: Mesdames
audition in our morning even- Mary Dunn and Laura Wright
PHONES: PL 477266962196 ing or Saturday classes may office staff and Lacious AlIen VICTOR PIANOS & ORGANSCorner

open the door to "A New and Oswald Turner program
Future." assistants. N.W. 54th St. t N.W. 3rd Ave. PH. PL 8IISSI

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'61; '!,\i,! I

THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 28, 1966 15
Spearing with.BY ......... :::: Record Field Predicted ForNorthSouth

Looking the .
.. Tournev. rT-
- - -
$" y, arly entries point to a in 1964 due to a knee opera-
Sp" OV I' i I ,,,,, f. 't record field for the 13th Annual tion. SPORTSWORLD YW
1 .fT Golf Tour- Word also was received
nament Feb. 23-27
; at the City from Nathaniel Starkes of Ft.
.. "J of Miami
.. .
-- Club course Benning, Ga., pro winner in
.y Richard Gardner, tournament 1965 that he will again shoot
i director announced. for the $800 top prize money.L .
HARRY SPEAR Gardner said some 325 will e Elder of Washington
compete for \ L
honors in the pro- D. C., winner in 1963-64 is BY LEO ARMBRISTER Over
FLOWING AT ALL sessional I
MONEY TRACKSThis ions. and amateur divis- in Miami practicing fof the

seems to be entering into a banner season event with local pros of the
tracks. 'Attendance is down but Fifteen flights for ama- area.Others
for all mutual bettingup teurs will include four wo- expected to rompeteare GOLF MONEY TO HELP YOUTHA
Park had
all around. 'Tropical no complaints whenits men's and two seniors. All Pete Brown and Ray Bolts,
meet was over, Hialeah is way up. Dog tracks re- flights will carry first, second both PGA touring pros, former group of men in the Cc -omit: Grove Negro area
ports the same. and third place trophies. pro champ Ted Rhodes of made a request to Farley Neasman, director of the Park
Chicago, Cliff Brown of Nashville and Community Program. They wanted to form a gol-
UM VERSUS THE DOLPHINSHow Jackie Robinson, of baseball's Zeke Hartsfield of New fers' organization and have a tournament. With thecity's
Hall of Fame has noti- York and Willie Brown of
blessings this was arranged and was a great
come after the Dolphins going through all fied officials he will defend Houston.
the trouble of investing millions of dollars to field a the amateur title he regained Ann Gregory of Gary, Ind. success. The Golfers' Association, Mr. Walter Green, -
first class football team which on paper looks like a last year after losing to James will defend the title in the president, set up a committee to decide how the funds
great organization.The hard work and efforts Joe Tho- Holloway in 1963. women's division which she realized from the tournament were to be spent. The

mas has produced; The UM protest to the OB committee lie was unable to compete won last year by 16 strokes. plan that was recommended was enthusiastically adop

that the Dolphins lease is unfair. Their complaints ted. Meetings with the juvenile authorities and pro-

prompted an inquiry by City Manager Melvin L. Reeseto >> bation officers resulted in an agreement that the group
determine it the proposal oy tne AhL League entry $ Million in New will be on hand when a Coconut Grove boy or girl is

varies from an improved letter of intent. The city released from Youth Hall. The young people will be

would have no control over previous dates with other Cars Auto Showthey helped through counselling and guidance. Each will

competition in pro football, and other local football More than a million dollars are good or bad drivers be referred to the appropriate welfare agency, if such

dates. When a press conference was called announcingthe worth of new cars from six there will be a link driving service is indicated. They will be given clothes,
franchise.Nothing was said at that time. How come countries will go on dispoay simulator brought to the lunch money, and assistance of whatever kind appearsto
now all these complaints. All TV and radio stationswere Feb. 2-6 at the InternationalAuto show through cooperation of be called for in each case. The project is called

present. The mayor and city commissioners have i itorium.Show in Dinner Key Audi Sports Car Club of Miami and "Operation Youth" and seems to be the first of its

been called for a special hearing Monday, Jan. 31. This is the ninth annual Dade County Board of Public kind hereabouts, where a group formed for the purposeof

Your sports editor was present when all this took show, and there will be more Instruction. pursuing a sport for its own pleasure, branched intoa

place and will be at the hearing Monday. than 100 cars on display, including Inc.Orange will have Blossom its new Hobbies fiber-, crusading organization with a project designed to

American cars other glass slot track up for help youth. We commend the group and pledge our support ..
HARRELSON TO DEFEND BASEBALL GOLF TITLE than sports cars for the first whoever wants to try a hand. in anyway in which it can be of help. .
time in several years. Each night of the show will
Ken Harrelson, Kansas City first baseman, will Top attractions include the
defend his title in the 26th annual National Baseball James Bond (007) car used in see Members competition.of the will OPEN LETTER TO MR. JOSEPH ANDERSON-

Players Golf Tournament Feb. 20-23( at Miami Springs. the movie "Thunderball;" the compete opening night press; radio NORTH DADE HIGH SCHOOLA

Harrelson was second to Albie Pearson in 1964, turn- fastest four-wheel car in the and TV personalities leading
ed the tables in 1965 on Albie Ken compiled 301 totalto world the Green Monster and jockeys now racing at Hialeah weak body finds it difficult to contain a strong
edge Albie by two strokes. Pearson, one of the fa- its driver Art Arfons, the reborn and top area athletes on mind; therefore its( feasible for us to try and developour

vorite is expected to enter this year up to date. Thirtyor Avati,Cord America's automobile challenge and the to other nights. youth mentally and physically strong.

more active major league players are entered with such top hand-crafted Euro- On closing night Arfons, There are many ways in which this development of
more entrys coming in. Jackie Robinson will defendhis pean cars as Rolls Royce and Miss Classy Chassis and mind and body is attempted; all or most of which are
Hall of Fame trophy. Would like to mention all Ferrari. Willie Pastrano world's for- time-tested, results-giving methods that have been accepted -

players entered but space is limited. The first annual Dade mer light heavyweight boxing and taken by now as a matter of course.
champion and now public relations -
County slot car championshipraces
The home, which should bethe bulwark of this program -
for the milk industry
will be held on Saturday -
SONNY HIRSCH LEAVES CHANNEL 1 afternoon of the show, with will compete. regrettedly, has been the weakest example of this

Sportscaster Sonny Hirsch and WCKTCh. 7) have 16 track champions competing.The The show again this yearis vital effort. The school has taken the burden solely on

come to the parting of the ways. Hirsch leaves the TV official hostess reign- directed by Sherman Exposition its over-taxed shoulders to give to our youth the es-

station to devote his full time in radio as sports director ing as Miss Classy Chassis Management Manuel sence of'this-my important part of their being-good
of Miami Beach's WKAT, effective Feb. 3. He will is Playboy Club Bunny Cam, Sherman president. Show health.
who will be available for cam- hours are 1 to 11 p.m. Feb.
be succeeded at Channel 7 by Joe Croghan, veteranTV era fans. 2. 3, 4 and 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Small wonder that this column was so delighted
and radio play-by-play commentator for the Balti- For those who wonder if Feb. 5-6. when we saw the extra effort, you, dean of boys at

more Orioles and Baltimore Colts. your school had taken the task of attempting to break

the monotnous routine of football basketball and track
by introducing golf to your students; the interest at that

exotic, tropical Royal Selangor Golf Club Rescue ForceOnce time seemed very great and now the absence is sorrowfully -

course in Kuala Lumpur, Malyasia, will be the sceneof missed.We .

action when "Shell's Wonderful World of Golf" colorcasts each year the Air search practice mission as beg Mr. Anderson, if he may, to suggest any

a match between Australia's Bruce Delvin Force presents the Florida highly successful and praisedthe solutions, especially where public support may help to
and Charles Sifford of the United States Saturday, Feb. Wing of the Civil Air Patrol efforts expended by the start and keep this worthwhile program in peratlon.
with a simulated practice CAP in maintaining a large

5 ((5-6 p.m. EST) on the NBC Television Network. search mission whereby a peace time rescue force whichis
Gene of the color theoretical missing aircraft in a constant state of read-
Sarazen is host-commentator
and its occupants are placedin iness to help those in distress. BIG INFLUX OF GOLFERS TO JAM MIAMI
series. the on-the-scene announcer.
George Rogers is deserted farm land and a
Devlin, who won the Australian Open crown whilehe simulated aircraft report is Telegrams, long distance calls and air mail have
was still an amateur, turned professional in 1961 at issued. Ills I then the job of Thr CAP in this communityhas been heralding the season's biggest sporting event-,
the age of 24, and currently is among the leading money the Civil Air Patrol to utilize regular meetings on thurs- the Thirteenth Annual North-South Golf Tournament.
day nights at Booker T. Wash-
winners on the pro golfing tour, Sifford, the veteran, clues furnished by the Air
ington High School. Golfers the will Miami
Many country over converge on ,
has been playing for* since 1947, and is five- Force Evaluators to find the
pay staff vacancies exist for those busting the seams with fun and excitement. Along with
time simulated aircraft wreckage.The
winner of the U.S. National Negro Championship. interested
in joiningthis
- Air Force t-'V.cd he this great migration come the dozens of requests for
rescue force. Those interested -
should come to one room and board to a very confounded sports writer, who,

of the regular meetings or call undoubtedly oversold Miami while he was enjoying the
' Lt. Wilcox at FR 7-5236 on congenial hospitality of these fine people. Now theyare

BUYINGFURNITURE' Sherman Hotel Thursday 7-9 p.m. saying, "make good your promises. We are comingto

r Miami like you said we should. Find us nice placesto
wall I I to wall carpeting, stay."

telephone and private bathin SEWING MACHINE I So, I'm appealing to you, dear readers, if there be

Krail Inside, Report every room. REPAIR SPECIAL any of you with knowledge of nice rooms or apartmentsJet

by Nat Braverman Grand Central Freight hn.. $6&$8 PER DAY us know. Call OX 10421.
"Cleaned and oded
Public AppraiserDo been saving the public millions Let us show our friends in the north that more than
you want of dollars for over 30 'Adjust all tension
quality furniture rr y.ars.You'U. 465 NW 4TH STREETFR "Check motor and Con fro I our sunshine is warm. dal
at a saving be amazed at all the "Check all wiring
do you style in bedrooms, dining 9-1751 "Change needle
want more for room and living room, plus "Change belt
your furniture hundreds of odd pieces on Work done in home.
dollars? Then f r display there every day. Total cost.$3

go by directly all mean to:: Provincial.Choose from French Modern or Italian Early MEET fOUR FRIENDS AT All Work Guaranteed National golf champion Lee Elder of Washington,

Grand Central: American, Danish or new THE SIR JOHN HOTEL Domestic Sewing Center D. C. led the first two days but shot a final round of 74
Freight Furnl-i Mediterranean.tylell. CALL 634-6242 to finish fourth in the Bahamas Open at Freeport on
ture Sal.s.1636'I One example of the savings: LOUNGE 276 NW 6th St.
Sunday. Lee will stay around for the North-South
NN.: 7th Ave..' a group of French Provincial next
Na Braverman
MIami public Appraiser Jiving room suite has )lust ar-. month.
There ore no fancy decora- rived and these are being offered
tions, no exotic display at $50 to $200 less thanmallufacturel" r SERVICE 9 TO 9
The rirly
the warehouse *
of the
city is not beautiful.section hopper get the bent selection WHITE AND COLOR MAYS BASKETEERS AMONG BEST IN COUNTY
BUT you will see furni since the quantity i Is hm- BLACK &
ture and bedding value there ited. Mays High Rams, sporting an 11-3 recur: is one of
you where.have This never seen any- Let people one of ct the Grand friendly Central, helpful VET TV the beat teams in the county this year. The team is led
\i house
a clearing
for the nation's finest furniture Freight assist you in planning by high scoring 6-4 Johnny McKinney who is being

.and. bedding manufacturer your furniture decor while they checked out by the University of Miami. Fans woul.-."
names you know and tru t. ave you money. 379-7735 like to see Mays go against Curley's Knights (12-1) who

GRAND CENTRAL FREI are led by three tan stars: Johnny Gay, John Taylor and

FURNITURE SALESr 846 N.W. 2ND AVENUE Homer Law er. It should be some contest. Mavs l bent.
Dillard of Ft. Lauderdale 74-71 last week for the first

ki'.ie in the school's hi tory.

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I 16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday January 28 1966People. .
: : "business" rather than racket because that is just
: ...
: :" i,<" what it is) because of recent raids being made. The bulk 1 ; .' ; T'9yIfl
'j of previous raids were staged in the CND area. But of
:. ,.' "0":.:;11" }'< late the Central.White District (CWD) is the focus of at-

,' I t t':t ",. ,,, .1 tention. Remember when the few whites who played the PICK A I WINNERl! Z
I' 'lac
: > "what
I es" > '.>' numbers used to come "out here" to find out
<'>, > :,. :" J, ; Cuba Throwed?" Not anymore.They can tell you! ,

; Things. .:>. STATE SHOULD LEGALIE NUMBERS! Cox $100-$450 Down I i

'j''j'B. F Lawrence B. Cooper woe.eo.ee.. What's wrong with a guy plunking down his pocket I

NUMBERS GAME HERE TO STAY? money on such games? He takes this same money and NO CLOSING COSTS

goes where John Law says he may make bet- and he'sa
Bolita, Cuba, Policy, Puerto Rico or e hatever you sport. Like the race tracks, dog tracks or Jai Alai.
call the of numbers here in hell to FHA or Coo,.Ntioral
may want to game playing But of course, John L, gets his cut. He plays '
Miami, has always been a thorn in the hair of the law. get his slice from the numbers.

Ever since we can remember-and, kids get.to know Legalize the gan e, Johnnie. Get your end. Run it $ K THE BEST.
about the nefarious game early in life. So did my ex- yourself. Guarantee payoffs on hits. Then we won't '
perience come early. Only then we did not evaluate this \ .
; have to sneak to some back door, make hurried exchangeof
I as being right or wrong. To us people were just purchasing coins for a number slip and looked down on as a ADDRESS SIZE MONTHLY
a "piece, two pieces or a limit.' of numbers. they flagrant violator of the law. If you don't you will never -
., would a dimes worth of grits or a pound of flour. The wipe out illegal gambling in Florida. Have you ever. 1.4515 HW Z2 tt 2 bedroom, 1 both $60.33
game was wide open then. In the late 20's and early Even for one week? 2375-77 NW U 5t 2 bedroom, duplex $71.92

: '\y'. ',= 30's. One may walk in the ,rear of a store or a house Hey man, what's the Bad News. Oh, yeah! Darn, 3. 1883 HW 0 'hrr 3 bedroom, fenced $63,30
and bet his nickels and dimes on 4-11-44 and ifhe cares
it last week. Let me tell about my dream,
played you
4. 1285 U 3 bedroom Flo
room $78,76
his later with the
for Pick
"saddle" it a up slip You see, it was .
day's falling digits or have it delivered. If you were 5. 1325 NW U hrr 3 bedroom, Fla room 68.95

lucky you collect $3.50 for a nickel. 6. 1101 HW 8S St 2 bedroom, garage $80.52

7. 1250 NW 86 St 3 bedroom fenced $63.30
It wasn't long before the racketeers from Philly, 8. 1360 HW e"i St 2 bedroom-like new $57.66

New York and Chicago scented the potentiality of the 9.8801 NW H 1 A"e 3 bedroom, pool $33.52

game becoming big- business, muscled in and made it Third Forty 10.9011 HW 1S 4"e 2 bedroom, 1 bath $63.95

big time. Payoffs began to dribble downtown. Numbers philosophy 11. 9000 Hwls 4"e 2 bedroom, Fla room $77.57
playing began to show its ugly head like a dragon The Student Non-Violent "Obviously! 'my
does not agree with either Democrats i2.2311NWJ} S. 3 bedroom, 2 bath $30.54
beathing brimstone and flame. It was a multi-million ordinating Committee (SNCC) "
of Atlanta, Ga., has propose d or' Republicans 13. 1620 HW 91) St 2 bedroom, 1 bath $71.92
dollar industry.
"But I think it presentedan
: the organization of a new political HW
opportunity to start organizing 14.2321 92 S' 3 bedroom, carport $74.90
MANY GOT RICH, WEALTHY party to give Julian in Atlanta. he said.
Bond chance
a to run againfor
Many bankers, backers, city officials got rich. a seat in the House. "A great deal of policical '
will be in the cities." W
Even the writers, pick up men became wealthy. The He said he intends to run power There are differences of HAVE OTHERS
numbers made again, but has not decided
-" jeavy betting on the weekly were being opinion among Negro leaderson
by Negroes. Don't let anyone fool youthose fellows whether he would run as a the third party proposal, '
made money-maybe tainted or illegal, according to didate.Democrat or a third party can- and a lack of enthusiasm is Mm M AirYBROKER( )

man's law-but they made it! evident.

These number writers rode around in smart cars,
811 N.W. 54 ST.757-5724
wore fancy clothes, contributed to churches, organizati NONE BETTER, UNDER THE ,SUN
ons. etc. They were a sort of symbol in the community tyen Saturday 8, Sunday

Heavy spenders. Soft touches. E, 0.' CULMER -
Before the mob really began to take over many of
\ those who were frugal with their ill gotten loot became PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT-NOTARY PUBLIC --
well-to-do persons. Bought and furnished elaborate :
homes, were invited to the best social affairs. They YOUR INCOME TAX MADE EASY 'i CLASSIFIED ADS--l lLl |

were Mr. and Mrs. ITI! 25 Years in the business
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