The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: February 18, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00403

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Vol. 43, No. 25 MIAMI. FLORIDA" FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1966 20 PAGES 15,


The Lily White Security the prospects. ti-family units on the 21-acre
Benefit Association and the Incorporated under the name Maryland Avenut tract. The
.' Longshoremen Union of Tampa of Tampa Park Apartments, buildings will be two story
,.;;< ; were' awarded' a $4,000,000 the two groups worked for clusters with one, two and Of.
housing project last week b y three years developing plansto three-bedroom apartments-all
the Tampa Urban Renewal qualify for F1IA require- air-conditioned. A one-bed-
Agency. ments.C. room will rent for $58.50 a
r month; two for $69.50 and
./ The Rev. II. W. Wilburn Blythe Andrews, president three for $83.50.
h'n was the only Negro on the of the Lily White Security The buildings will be fl-: ;
i w seven-member Urban Renewal Benefit Association, and nanced under Section 221 (d)'
which awarded the bid. The Perry J. Harvey, president of (3) of the National Housing
f i Lily WhiteLongshoremenUnion Local 1401 ILA, said contract Act, which provides 40 years
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i combination scored stipulations will be made with financing at below market in-
," heavily on the basic of archi- the successful contractor allowing terest rates.
't:' tectural design, financial responsibility Negroes in all quali- The combine will pay
rent scheduleand fied areas to work on the pro- $234.492 for the land. Andrews ;
management ability. The ject. They said cement finishers and Harvey said work
.. decision was unanimous. carpenters, painters can be started on the project
rI \.j,. block layers, electricians and within six months.
oj! r ;J'II'j This is the first time in general laborers of the Negro The award was made last
'\. Florida that the Urban Renewal group "must be considered Tuesday to tho+ T"impa Park
''!.f.\ Agency has awarded a Negro for employment first." Apartments by the Tampa
': group .a bid for one of its projects Urban Renewal Agency over
Iii and thousands of Tam- Tampa Park Apartments, two white firms that wanted to
i' pa Negroes are jubilant over 1 Inc.[ plans to build 368 mul- develop the land.

Gwendolyn Sawyer Cherry, prominent Negro educator and attorney, has been
named as a State Coordinator for the Scott Kelly Campaign for governor. She is: Sam Solomon Militant
. shown above with the gubernatorial candidate and Mrs. Alice Hawkins.Mrs. I

Cherry, a native Miamian, received her law degree from Florida A&M Col-,

lege of Law and became Dade County's first Negro woman attorney on October 15, Pioneer/ leader, Dies, M

to her entering law, the mother of two was a science teacher in Dade
County for eight years. While working to educate the youth of this county, she par- Sam B. Solomon, militantand people are a hopeless people." II
ticipated in many activities at home and around the state. She served as an assis- courageous Negro leader, lie was nationally known and
died after the death of
on Saturday at the Jack- Wendell
tant editor of the national magazine,'"The Aurora," from 1961-1965. She was assistant -', son Memorial Hospital. Wilkie he changed his politi-
editor of the Alumni Law School News and received second place honors in the' cal affiliation from Republican -
During the late thirties and
law school graduating class. In 1965, she was elected secretary of. the Florida.,\&M 1 early forties Solomon was to v Democrat. ,

-,. Law- School Alumni Association. hailed as "Champion of the lie Is survived by his
-:.: Mrs. Cherry is a member of the Florida State Teachers Association, YWCA,f I Negroes" in Dade County. wife, Martha; a daughter Robin
American Association of University Women, the Red Cross, Miami Young Democrats,(, He was the first, of his race ; four "on. Sam in, War- '::1
Student Bar Association ,Parent-Teachers' Association and the Florida Bar to run for a seat on the City ren, Van-al I| of Miami-and
.Commission in 1944. Raymond of New York City.

[ In politics Solomon urged Services will be held Saturday Rev. Edward T. Oraham
Jobs Negroes Hold Now Negroes to register and vote, Feb. 19 at 2,P.m. at ciating. Manker Funeral orri'I'I
using the slogan, "A voteless Mt. Zion Baptist Church, the is in charge of

Have Little Future School Teacher Sentenced to '"

According to the new commissioner rate lowest in nine years and that will be among women
of the U. S. Bureau has fallen to an "interim tar- and young peopke," he added. Electric Chair for Bank RobberyAMERICUS
Statistics in Chicago, the un- get" of four per cent "toward "One-fifth of the increases
employment rate among Negroes full employment," Ross noted. will be composed of Negroes.
will be four times that He expects unemployment to "We will need a better edu- Oa. (NPI) owner of a cafe and dance U. S. District Judge 'J.
of whites unless better jobs drop by 3V4! per cent by the cated work force among wo- An appeal will be entered in hall, sentenced last week to Robert Elliott set Mobley's
open for Negroes now hold do end of the year. men. Employers may have to behalf Leroy Mobley, schoolteacher die in the electri c chair. execution date for Feb. 18. C.
not have much future. Negro 1 "We have not really exhausted have many part-time jobs to heavily indebted Mobley was convicted by a B. King Mobley's lawytrT
unemployment has doubled our labor reserve -, accomodate women with child- jury of 11 white men and one said he would appeal to the
white unemployment for years,'there are two million part-time ren." Negro for the robbery of the U. S. District court.
he said. workers who want full-time The nation's labor force Exchange Bank of Unadillaand Oliver, also a school
Negroes will have to be jobs," Ross said. would grow to 94 million by RAVISHEDBODY the fatal beating of its teacher, convicted in state
given access to lined and Industry was warned by himto 1975, Ross said. He added 71-year-old president, ThomasE. court of the robbery-slaying,
white collar jobs at a more work out a combination that three million three per Woodruff after he and an was the government's star
rapid rate unless their double school and work program for cent will be unemployed, OF accomplice En drew Rozha witness against Mobley.He .
unemployment rate is to rise," high school students through two million will be in military Oliver, kidnapped him from is still awaiting sen-
he added. graduation. service, and 89 million will his home March 8. Woodruff tence for his part in the rob-
The nation's unemployment "Part-time will increase be working gainfully. WOMAN'fOUND died three days later. bery and beating death.

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.W r 4vey woman, who was apparently -
raped and murdered, was
found Sunday morning by a
hunter in an orange grove west r r t,
of Fort Lauderdale.
Assistant County ,Medical
Examiner t'Dr.. Joseph Rupp
r said the remains were found
sprawled on the ground with a a
rope around the neck and left _
4ri :r The cause of death was not t

., w listed immediately, but Dr. v.
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Rupp said the disorderly arrangement IfM
of the clothing on
the body indicated she had
Pr been assaulted. The victim CONGRATULATIONS BOSS Circuit Court Judge

-.- -..-L.ra.- U was dead two to four weeks, Ray Nathan accepts a congratulatory bouquet of flowers "
Dean Martin, Carol Cole, and Daliah Lavi relax during the filming of "The I he estimated. from Small Claims Court Deputy Clerk Angie Carter
Silencers,'" which stars'Martin as secret agent Matt Helm. Carol Cole, who makes Immediate investigation was after swearing in ceremonies last Thursday in Dade

her movie debut, as part of the Columbia Pictures Young Talent Program, in "The started determine by sheriff's the woman's deputiesto Iden- County Courthouse. In December, Judge Nathan ap-

Silencers," said she enjoyed being a part of what may be the swingingest spy pic- tity. Her death was tentatively pointed Miss Carter the first Negro deputy court clerkin
ture. "The Silencers" has its world premiere in Chicago on February 18. listed as a homicide. Florida's history. Photo by House of Photography.v .

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 18, 1966 ." '. .r .
... ... ...... .*** the killing of a cnei COOK a an.a/awe wounding of a res-
taurant owner on Miami Beach this week. Alex Jenknis

People. is in the hospital in critical condition after being shot
To Be Equa by. a Miami Beach policeman.

Places. -
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by Whitney M. Young Jr. Things. eo. A x R WQuaIjd I

Executive Director National Urban LeagueIt __ .
ail'..."" r Bf Lawrence B. Cooper n as B candidate for State Senator
was Frederick
Douglas, who said "Once let the
black man get up on his person the brass letters, U. S., "THIS IS IT, THREE-GUN DROP IT! (District 46))
Let him get the eagle on his button ana a musket on his This was the day of the showdown. The time was
shoulder, and there is no power on earth which can 10:30 on a sunny, quiet morning. The day was Thursday.Day .
deny that he has earned the right to citizenship in the before pay day. Three-gun Alex strode into town. f.Y 2 .
United Mates.I He had hate in his heart, his black face glistened with
am reminded of this as I think of our fighting sweat, his beady'eyes squinted in the morning sun. Alex
forces in Vietnam and the role which our,Negro soldiersare had awakened early that morning, eaten fat back and
playing in that conflict-and this apart from the con hominy. He checked his guns, stashed extra slugs in
troversies around either the issues being employed in his poke that clinked against two keen edge knives
pursuing the war or the right of America's involvement and rode from the great ghost Northwest Territory witha -
in it. grim determination. He was headed across the border
There are, unfortunately, many Americans who still due east to the vast Gold Coast.
hold to their racial prejudices and who still have reser- "Let's face it," Bad Three-gun Alex mumbled to
vations about Alex Cordon wants to represent YOU is YOUR State Senator
the Negro's full
inclusion in the total 1 himself. "It's gotta be that chili slinging Gringo who i
life of from Dade and Monroe Counties. Gordon is a highlyexperienced
our and
country, who will remain
unconvinced by kicked you off the ranchero, or you."
the obvious imperatives to move swiftly and immediately and knowledgeable government administrator who
Alex alighted in front of the ranchero. The street
always has worked in the best interests of all the
in the direction of people.
an America where equal opportunity was vacant, palms fanned lazily in the breeze, a few iron
is a reality for all citizens-and not just a cliche. horses were hitched by the pavement. He patted his gats
For these I recommend a hard look at the record reassuringly. Rubber-soled zapatos padded the carpetto
of our fighting personnel in Vietnam where,. to all in- the office of the Boss. Hot flames spat from his guns. Alex GOD H s Qualified
tents and purposes, in spite of dangers and loneliness, The Big Bpjss slumped to the floor, face down. Three
fight the muck and and die mire of a war-torn land, Negro soldiers courageously as representatives of all :the way. Hell began to reign. Alex had gone wild. Rush
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-.u. ing to the kitchen he spotted his man. it was lony. Dade County Commissioner and former Commission Chairman .
Accounts of this war have revealed that not only is A volley of lead dropped the cook. He was dead. Money ,.. a former Municipal Judge...and one-time FBI Special
the Negro more integrated in this conflict than in any 'changers and rich merchants and ladies from the East Agent. Cordon is a constant battler for lower taxes and full
other, and more integrated in that setting than at any scattered as Three-gun turned out the joint. value for each tax dollar. He has earned the title of "Dade's
pre s nt-day American base, but that in terms of sheer Three-gun emptied his six-shooters just as the Hardest-Working Commissioner." He asks your support In the
numbers they are reported to represent proportionately i sheriff came riding up. Ducking behind a wall Alex re May primary election.
slightly more than the Negro percentage in the overall ]loaded. He sprinted for a watering hole where folks liHiiiiiiiHiiiniiimiiiiiiiiiiiuimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii I
American population. were splashing around. "Drop 'era Three-gun. I got you
Acounts also indicate that in the job to which he covered." yelled the lawman. ,3 Dear AlecSure
election to the State Senate. I shall be
has been I want to help your happy taM
assigned the Negro soldier has demonstrateda Three-gun hitched up his pants with his elbows.
skill Q Place cartop sign on my auto 0 Schedule a coffee or tea for
a and you
courage a loyalty equal to that exhibited The lawman didn't see the wild gleam in Alex' eye.The
by all others. O Distribute bumper strips 0 Make telephone calls for your campaign
seem that if there indi-
was any gleam of death. The sheriff was watching his gun: hands.
vidual Q Send letters or postal cards for you 0 Incidentally you sure canS
looking reasons to evade this service and "
said the
"Drop 'em, lawman. Alex came on, the lawman count on my vote
Contribute to fund
who had any arguments for resisting participation, the backed away. At six feet Three-gun made his move. D your campaign
Negro soldier would be that individual. But the soldier The sheriff was faster. Hot lead from a .32 in Alex' Name_ Prtc.- =
in Vietnam has not done so, and for this reason-as wellas I belly dropped him to the dirt. Address. Phone- =
for many others-every American who in one way or In the wild melee Alex Jenkins had sent one to
Clip out coupon, Indicating how you can help and mail to: 5
another has blocked fair and equal treatment for the I boothill. The Doc said three others will pull out of it. Campaign to Elect Alex Gordon 5810 Biscayne Blvd. Miami =
Negro citizens here at home should engage in some That's the way People, Places and Things saw I iltaiiiiiiHimiimiiinmmiiiiimmii.ii.iiiiiiiiiiiijfllAll[
soul-searching and an analysis of his own attitudes and .
motivations. The real tragedy is that not enough will
do this. /
.A brief review of history will also reveal that inspite % \\ \ 4

ofJ, discrimination_ humiliation, segregationand ,
even slavery-the Negro has :steadily responded to .
the call of the colors 'and has given his all for his : .LI
country in time of war, even when that country has :
given little indication that it considers him a first-
class citizen.

The records go far back into the American Revolu-
tion-where Crispus Attucks was the first American to I
give his life in the Boston Massacre; the Civil War. the
'Spanish-American War, and every other war that the
nation has fought. In a large percentage of cases he
volunteered his services, and there were even instances 1 1 1 1I
where he actually had to fight for the right to fight. Of-
ten his skills were under-utilized, and various branchesof
the armed forces either would not give him oppor-
tunity to apply those skills or by official policy assigned -
him to only menial tasks. -
Today this has changed substantially.! But nearly
as -fast as it should; or as fast here, on the home basesas .
in Vietnam. And it is still a rather tragic commen-
tary on American society that some Negro enlistees feel
that a greater economic security, educational opportunity .
and dignity can be achieved in the armed forces I I II
than in the private sector of our lives.
But I suppose the point of all this is to stimulateus
to accelerate the pace with which we close the gap
between Negro citiens and other citizens in this coun-
try before these courageous veterans of Vietnam returnto
find that that for which they fought at great sacrifice
thoudands of miles away from home is not yet a reality
in their own communities, their own states, their own


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 18, 1966 3

,!D1I !y) R I BS, For Legislate'f.I o h GOP''' ,Ticket : Dinner to Honor
._......" ,--0'_ ":.!" 1'a'r..r --\0'0' ,. -:: .'" ,...'\' ,
I. W. "lketl.WilJiams.St. tinuation of a democratic society House of Representative by Committee; a board member I
i(Petersburg and Tampa attor- is for qualified personsto becoming a candidate in the of the St. Petersburg NonPartisan 23A
ney announced today his can- offer themselves for public Primary."The Voters League. He Mrs. Range April
didacy for the State Legislature. office. Because I sincerely 'convened the first and only
In making the announce believe that I am qualified by encouragement and statewide meeting of Negro treated free of charge or given
went Williams stated: training and experience to pledge of support given me by Republicans in August of fund drive to help Va- some financial concession.
"One of the most important make such a contribution as a,many active Republican lead- 1964. A member of Second''riety Children's Hospital meet Oats service' amounts to
contributions that can be member of the State Legist., ers and workers played no Bethel Baptist Church, he isa its annual operating deficit over $700,000 annually.For .
made toward building a better .Lure, I hereby announce my small part in this decision. past president of the Lay- has been inaugurated in the her leadership in organizing -
world and assuring the con- intention to seek a seat in the Their support has solidifiedmy men's Convention of the West Negro communities throughout the county-wide campaign -
belief that the RepublicanParty Coast Baptist Association; Dade County. Mrs. Range will be 'cited -
is still the party of all former acting president of the Overall Coordinating Chair at a dinner in her honor on
the people and of Lincoln and Council of Churches of Greater man is Mrs. M. Athalie Range,
I April 23.
I offers the best hope for the former who has just been named to
YarT St. Petersburg; a Commission. Mrs. kange is president of
} Miami City
r 'majority of Americans." vice president of the United Roosevelt Savings and Loan
\{ AN OPEN LETTER TO 1 The candiddate has been Churchmen of Greater St. Approximately 50,000 boys Association and operates the
f | active in political, civic and Petersburg.He and girls receive medical care Range Funeral Home. She has I
fI'' OUR FRIENDS I religious activities since his received the Ambassador at Variety's outpatient department been active in local health
..5 r return to the city in 1958. He Club"Citizen of the Year" each year. Over half and welfare projects for many
t I't 1 is founder and president of the 'award in 1962. He is an offi- the patients accepted .are year .
Southside Republican Club; a:,.c a r of the Elks Lodge No. i

:.,, B ac use iaf3 iCe; progresx In, Miami and t I national National vice Negro president Republican of the 255 Fraternity.A; member. Alpha Phi Omega Local Afro Members to Attend :
t th $fneed'for tHi ,,\bigger/and jcw-wr ? better roodsandj & ;, t Assembly; a former candidate graduate of Gibbs High :1
\ .r { t I of St. Petersburg City Council, School in 1945, Williams received Annual in Jacksonville
fccilities DRUGS Meeting :
k j Ssing we at HARLEM t I from District Five; a former. both his A. B. and I j
f have Koa1,to relocate'ovr'store.We are now InHWtf > t candidate for the State Legislature LLB. degrees from New York The representatives of the lection Drive which is usuallythe
i "" 1 / the first vice president University. lie has been a Miami District of the Afro- first week in December
I IIt' on .area',which we believe to be centrally t' of the Florida Voters League, practicing attorney since May American Life Insurance Co. each year. The meeting will
{ located, end from which we can reach any t Inc.; a member of the Pinellas 1959. He is married and is the will leave for Jacksonville, begin Thursday morning and
t County Republican Executive father of a four-year-old son. Feb. 23 to attend the annual will extend through Saturday.
I cfea In Miami without much, difficulty. For meeting of the President's Social events planned include

I i FREE',PICK,UP and DELIVERY please feel $1.000 Collection Club as* banquet Thursday evening at
t To All Voters Who Have. special guest of Dr. James H. the Eldorado Club, tours of
i free to call us. il ilI' Moved: Call 377-7501 and president. Agents Arlene the city, a fashion show culminating -
"" Pay all utility bills and obtain American Strachan, Josh Brown Oeor- with a luncheon Saturday -
r Dade County voters who their homes. gianna, Hugh 1 ley* Grace E, on the penthouse roof
,: Express Money Orders at Harlem Discount | have changed their residence Those responsible by mail Vaughn Beatrice Grant" Mar- garden top of home office
J.I J. Drugs 4860 NW 7th Avenue. Look for our k addresses since last register- should enclose their old voter garet Harm, Otis Spearman,, building. Public relations'di-
ing to vote and have not yet identification card and Include Charles Butler and C. E. Gib- rector Fred Reed Jr., is in
:f',' continuing line of specials each week. i f notified the Voting Registrar's their old and new ad- ,son will represent Miami along charge of arrangements.
-.--.---- \ Office were remined Thursday dresses, Baterman said. with assistant manager Johnnie Qtjhiejt ncjiyjjiasjn; progress'
C Additional information can Dean who qualified last at the same time will be the
flyiE f to do so. year but was unable to attend annual stockholders and boardof
,t OF OUR County Elections Super- be obtained by contacting the
because of illness. To quali-
directors meeting, annual
said :
visor Martin Braterman County Voting Reistrar'sOffice
k. f voters either should notify his 377-7501. fy for membership representatives managers conference and the

MANY SPECIALS ., f office by mail or appear per-. during must collect the annual$1.900 Col-or annual meetin g of the pension ,
: : "" ".!' ai.oo \- sonally at one of the igistraI \ CLEANUP ON 18TH i more bureau.
I tion branch offices nearest ,

Attention!! All persons on
r and financing
Check oiuMW, low.r rates easy
.18th Ave between 62nd St.
71st St. N.W. Join in the IMMEDIATE SRt22 FILING
$2.35 SIZE neighborhood cleanup program Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift ,
set for Saturday, February 19that t
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"Inturance, Real Estate, Mortgage"
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B-2 Center 6709
1 .f Ave. Special crane and trucks BUMMM m.mber All People Democratic Club .,
$1.25I will pick up,all trash put out 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380 ,
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'on Monday, Feb. 21.
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2 4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February .18, 196<6


Miami's Mayor Robert King High, a candidate for FROM WHERE I SITBY

I. for the second time,
governor of the State of Florida BILL McBRIDE
is endeavoring to clean up racket in South Florida. To

H. E. SICISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher this end he is seeking help from the Justice Depart-

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor ment's organized crime section. AN
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE CUr Editor Mayor High has been fighting the bolita locallyfor APOSTROPHETO
j Member. of the Notional N.wspop.rs Publishers Association Now
some time and has had a measure of success.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES "he is after bigger games; Syndicate gamblers from New ,

t ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00. FOREIGN $6.00 York, Chicago and other cities. Miami, he says, has AM B. SOLOMONIn

.1 become the favorite winter hangout for ganglords from ..

Entered as1 Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 ot the Post all over the country.

,c. O .rlc. at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 The Mayor is now in the midst of his campaignfor the passing of Sam B. Solomon on the morningof

t Office it 6740 NW 15th Av.nu. Phone OX 1-0421 governor. His fellow contestants are Governor Hay- February 12, 1966, Miami and Dade 'County have lost
don Burns and Scott Kelly who ran third. The governorand one of its earliest, most determined and flamboyant

f SAM B. SOLOMON the mayor qualified on February 15. fighters in the cause of human rights. i

'L "The life of a man is made up of action and endurance High's platform includes: establishing within There are those who say that Sam B. Solomon was !

t ; the life is fruitful in the ratio in which it is the governor's office of consumer, education, infor- an angry and bitter man-angry at the injustices meted

1, laid out in ,noble action or in patient perserverance." mation and protection; adopting the Department of De- out to his people and bitter because of the lack of op* 1

i' Liddon fense's policy of purchasing prescription drugs by portunity afforded them for advancement. But there is

sam B. Solomon died at the Jackson Memorial competitive bids under their generic names. no argument that he was both active and vigilant for

t Hospital last Saturday. Governor Burns will come to Miami where a $100- more than thirty years on the Miami scene.

'; Mr. Solomon was one of Miami's outstanding a-plate dinner will be given at the Fontainbleau Hotelon The appointment of a Negro to the City Commis-

1 businessmen, for many years. He came from his homet Miami Beach. sion in February is more than significant to the poll

t .Albany, Georgia over thirty years ago and was employed Mayor High will make a state-wide broadcast after tical dreams of this man who in 1944 offered himself,

1- by his uncle, the late B. Solomon, who con- qualifying and campaign in upper state countiesstatewide. the first .Negro in Miami, for election to the Commis-

i. ducted a very successful funeral home and real estate sion. To realize this political accomplishment by another .

business up to the time of his death. HEADS COUNCIL OF CHURCHESDr. Negro twenty-two years after his first try and ,,'

C Sam was a very progressive man. Going into the just twelve days prior to his death must have been rewarding .'
Blake chief executive of the United
t': undertaking business for himself, he saw to it that his to Solomon's political philosophy.
Presbyterian Church in the United States with membership -
f Solomon crusaded under the banner "A
; voteless
thriving of more than three million, has been elected as
general secretary of the World Council of Church est people are a hopeless people.." In 1938, under his

sam Dr. Blake, 59, is a prominent advocate of the leadership, a number of the more vigilant citizens of
Home. color defied the march of the Ku Klux Klan the
f civil rights movement. He was arrested in July, 1963at ; on eve
C He had printer's ink in his blood, but most of all, the Gynn Oak Park in Baltimore Md. where he was of an election and demanded in resonant voice their

Saip.was interested in the newspaper business. So he helping the Negro cause. right to vote, unmolested in a Dade County election.
f published the Miami Call and later renamed his
paper In 1964 he was given the John F. Kennedy Award These demands were so effective that the Miami Herald -

The Miami Whip. This plant was at Second Avenue and by the Catholic Council of Chicago and America'sDemocratic insisted, editorially, that the chief of police see ,'.
j 11th Terrace and later moved to 69th St. and 15th
Legacy Award by the Anti-Defamation to it that Miami Negro citizens received ample protection "
in Liberty City. League of B'nai B'rith of New York. in the exercise of their voting rights.
The was well received and Sam was a popular
paper Heading the voice of this
p He has been active in ecumenical relations with outspoken newspaper, a
figure in Dade County. A corporation was formed and the Roman Catholic Church and is held in high esteemby H. Leslie Quigg, then chief of police stationed his men r:
t increased facilities acquired. The business was moved at the where
Catholics. Negroes were voting, and no
to Ninth Street and continued to for
v prosper some significant incidents occured. However, with Mr. So-

o time. lomon's flair for the spectacular, "Life," a national
education and in foreign mis
Mr. Solomon also published Bronze Confession ai
r ,
sions. They promised no picture magazine wired its Miami office for full covert '.'
magazine that was worthwhile and that too prospered
.j knowing that the end was so age-and the Miami Negro voting in 1938 was given
for some time. Finally he gave up the publishing national attention.As .

business. near.As the group meets this a businessman Solomon
was once funeral director -
r Sam was really an energetic, creative person. week it will attempt to top and of the
Royal Funeral Home later re-
i His next venture was in the manufacturing business. the mark made by their peer- named ,
the Sam B. Solomon
Funeral Home. His decision
less leader while he lived
He manufactured cosmetics and hair from
r preparations to give the funeral
up business brought about his entry .
That indomitable of
(, .his own formulas and them the market. e
put on in the '
the Patriarch, now gone will newspaper business as editor and publisher of .
Sam Solomon was also a leader in the political let them do no I less. The inspiration the "Miami Whip" and later the "Miami Call." This
t world and did much in encouraging and conducting ,.
gainer from his leadership medium enjoyed statewide
recognition during its exis
voters to the pollsat a time when the political activi- left a particular markin tence.

t ties of the Negro in Dade County were quite limited. a group which organized
In 1950 Mr. Solomon
C He was also a candidate for the City Commis- under the name, "The J. W. was, elected to the National
1 Drake Club." Their aim is to Republican Convention. There, the Florida delegation .
sion. While he was not elected, he made a good show-
ing. give tangible support to ed attempted to change his vote without his consent. Demanding -

cation. Mrs. Mamie Campbellis recognition from the Chair he was so convincing 'I
Sam was an individual one could admire. He was .
t. and persuasive that he the
also well-known and respected in the civic and social minister of the St. John prevented change.
life of the 'community.However REV. J. W. DRAKE Baptist Church, this city and so significant was this maneuver that the U.S. Press f.

he has been in failing health for some February this year, marks I'las a member of the National and Radio hailed it as "master strategy" by a Negro ;

time and the end came on Saturday. Surviving are a the 15th year since the Rev.J. Board of Missions he pointedthe delegate, and as a result, the following year he was

wife, a daughter, four sons and other relatives. W. Drake has been gone to way which, if followed invited to speak at the NAACP annual convention.
P his eternal resting place. His will lead to a glorious heri In 1959 he worked in the Public Relations
Funeral services will be held Depart-
at Zion
I in- in
demise came the line of' tage Kingdom Building. ment at Bonded Collection
Church at 2 o'clock The Agency before entering into
C Saturday p.m. Rev. Edward T. duty at West Palm Beach after business
Graham, pastor, will officiate. Manker Funeral Homeis he had delivered the annual Associates members and as manufacturer and distributor of hair care
friends will, this week, honor products.
in charge of arrangements. sermon in February of 1961.
this man who gave so much
4 The Florida East Coast As- and asked so little in the service
t ANOTHER COLLEGE FOR MIAMI sociation which he had led on he gave for mankind, and "His bones are dust,

for many years a s moderator under the banner of Jesus the His good sword rust,
t The Florida Memorial College at St. Augustine, had completed its final session Christ. His soul is with the saints

where it has been located for 48 years will be operat- that year when the terrible .. We trust ."
e ing in Miami in the not distant future. shock came. "Now that Florida Memorial

Plans are to dispose of the institution's holdingsin The "old sailor" of many I I College, the institution he so
tempestous religious seas, I I loved is re-locating in the "
Florida's oldest city and erect a school building atFlorida's KING
knew that he
was nearing the I i community where Dr. Drake OFFERS
biggest cityMiami.The Shore. He told the men of the 1 labored, I have a fond wish
location will be Opa-locka on the site of the Association to carry on in the II 1 that he could be here to see $100 DOWN $250

former 45-acre air base. The Health, Education and' fine tradition established by 'I the change," said the Rev. 0. NO CLOSING COSTS
Welfare Department was generous in helping to provide the work which the Associa-W. Foster, the present moderator -
the land as a part of the government's program to in- tion had done, especially-- in I of the Association. CBS HOMES 234BEDROOMS

crease educational opportunities in Dade County. We specialize in VA & FHA Homes

The institution sill increase the number of institutions Press Workshop at i Urban Renewal-Expressway Making You Move?

of higher learning to four in Dade County: Let us Re-Locate You

Barry College, Miami-Dade Junior College, Florida Our< expert trained staff will help place you in a home

Memorial College, and of course, the University of fAMU March 3-5 of your choice.


Florida Memorial has a number of graduates in The 16th annual Inter- bers with a variety of school j 8000 NW 1 AVE.J' T2f u PL I-glUe-

Dade County. Here there will be a wider field .for. scholastic Press Workshopand publications problems. A
operation. They boast of an integrated staff. the second annual meetingof feature of the workshop will
President R. W. Puryear has been with the institution lastic Press Association are'' be the production of the Work- :

for about 20 years. Rev. Edward T. Graham of scheduled for a three-day "shopper, a newspaper whose I

Mt. Zion Baptist Church is chairman of the board 0 f session Thursday, Friday ed contents by students are written in and edit : See This Beauty
trustees.Ye and Saturday, March 3-5, at the conference. I

Editor wishes for this institution success in Florida annual A&M University.The Keynote speakers will include ; 2215 N.W. 97 St.
Dade workshop event
County. Alger Adams
owner of
is sponsored by the FAMU the Westchester $450 DOWN $83 MONTHLY
Office of
CONGRATULATIONS Public Relationsand and Creative Printery, Has- Big 2 bedroom home
the Department English. tings with Fla room, has huge

Congratulations to Amazing Willie Mays who has "The Theme of the 1966 session is Andrew on-Hudson Hatcher N.Ne.w Y.,York and living room and dining room, garage, hardwood -
signed his 1966 contract with the San Francisco Giants Preparing of the Youth Mass for Mediain City, former White House floors, expensive awning, sprinkling
for the amazing sum of $125,000. Mays has certainly in the Great Society."- press secretary under the administration system and city water with county taxes only.

made history. He is the highest paid player in base According to Thelma T. dent John F.of the late Presi-

ball, and he deserves it. So far there's only one Willie Oorham, acting director of Workshop Kennedy.consultants WILL ALSO TRADE
and the Giants have him. public relations and and
Mays Again congratulations. workshop :panelists will include
ffow Ye Editor has been a Dodger fan from the''director, the event will feature local media workers and several mem- OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 1-6 P.M. ?'
time Robinson the club and speeches, panels and semi-1 bers of the
Jackie joined still is. He ; Capitol Press ...
nar groups geared to pointing FORD
is proud of Maury Wills, Sandy Koufax, Willie and up career possibilities in the newsmen;Bureau as well as a number REALTYJNC Broker
Tommie Davis, Don Drysdale and all the loveable mass media and assisting advisors newswomen of
bums. i statewide and national promi- 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 6354595rtrtftwwvwvwwwvwwwwwvwwwww
and students staff mem- nence.



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MIAMI -. February. 18.. 1966
Let Us Solve Your
F,'b. 20-27 Erotherhood'Week

22 George Washington Birthday < PRINTING 9 ft
23 \sh Wednesday ? Problems


Girl Scouts of Troop No. 409 entertained the se LIFE'S LOYALTIES. I am not Bound to win, but I am PRINTING
nior citizens of Jollivette Plaza at a Valentine Partyon bound to be true. I am not bound to succeed, but I am 834 NW 3rd Ave. 373-9245
Thursday evening, February 17, 1966. bound to live by the light that I have. I must stand with Edward E. Davis, Prop.
anybody that stands right, stand with him while he is
right, and part with him when he
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity entertained for their goes wrong.

wives and sweethearts on Saturday evening the homeof Abraham Lincoln CallCHARLES
Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Colston. Samuel Ford is
president of the local chapter. '''fIII


Friendly Social Club met at the home of their pre- r:,alF
sident, Coleen Pinder. Marie Nottage was a guest; as
well as Doris Williams' brother, Mr. Clark of New York ," PL 1-7502 ;
t City. "

{I The M. T. Sweeney's of 3064 NW 52nd St. have as For A Good Buy on
houseguest Lil Wilson of Florence, South Carolina.

Members of the Church of the Incarnation and their
friends will celebrate their 3rd annual Pre-Mardi Gras A Piano, Organ,

Dance on Friday, February 18th at the Biscayne Ter-
race Hotel in -the Starlight Room. Donation $1.50.
r. Scott Stereoor


To all members of the Pentecostal Assemblies' of Orchestra Instruments
",/ the World (Eastern District Council) who are meeting

this week at 2310 NW 58th St. I .. .. ,..;
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Among Miamians attending the Guidance Workshop in ,,' '" t
I Tallahassee, Florida are Mrs. Ida Ratcliffe, Robert "' .'
Strapp, Charles Ingram, Lewis Stokes and Carol Wil-
liams. Y.

Wedding Bells will ring for Beverly Bridges and
Alfred Walker on February 27th at Mt. Tabor Baptist

Church. Beverly is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miss Connie L. Dudley, 2909 NW 55th Street, has been
: i L. Bridges of Miami. Alfred is the son of Mrs.Eva Walker promoted to First Lieutenant in the U. S. Air Force Nurses
,\y, and the late Alfred Walker. Corp. Lieutenant Dudley studied special aero-space I
.,1 medical subjects and hospital administration at Gunter

Holy Redeemers' CYO is sponsoring a Post-Va- AFB, Montgomery, Ala. She is at present assigned to
'"; lentine Dance on Friday evening at 7:30 in the church March AFB in Riverside, Cal. March is an installation I
? hall. Michael Seymor is president ot the group. Mrs. ot tne strategic Air Command wmch keeps the nationls
rM1j;:: John Davis and Mrs. Warren Welters are sponsors. Intercontinental Missiles and jet bombers on constant

alert. Lt. Dudley is a graduate ot Miami Northwestern
'It'f. Congratulations to Stanley and Dolly Sweeting who High School, received her B. S. degree from Florida

r;,"'R;,. celebrated their Silver Anniversary on February 15th. A&M University School of Nursing..
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Birthday wishes to Herbert Glaze, George Johnson, NOTE OF THANKSMrs. FELLOWSHIP TEA
Mildred Moxie, Adlancy Horne, andJimmieArline. Evalia Withers Robinson VICTOR PIANOS & ORGANSorner
Zeta Arnica
cordially invites -
t: Is now recuperating at you to attend its Eighth N.W. 54th St. I N.W. 3rd Ave. PH. PL 8-8795 I
Mr. Henry Quinn of Philadelphia vacationed in
home following her recent
Miami and Nassau. While in he visited Annual Fellowship Tea Sunday -
our magic city, operation at Baptist Hospital.
r February 20.4 p.m. at MIAMI DAILY & SUN. 9 TO 9 P.'M. ,
with his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Simmons, 1360 Thanks to the 'teachers,
.. Bonded Recreation Center,
students and her friends 1
NW 68th
Street. many
4150 NW 7th Avenue. ,
who extended gestures of kind- I

Aldrage B. Cooper, former science teacher at ness during her illness.
cards and calls all
Flowers, ,
B. T. Washington was a contestant on "Jeopardy" on
y cheered her. Mrs.John withers,
February 15th.
mother, from North Carolina, K'TI5P.M.
spent three weeks with her
Get well wishes to A. V. Taylor, Betty Kelly, daughter.
t Lillian Webb, Josephine White, Ha Jordon, Barbara
Ellison, Ann Smith, and Dena Goodman Pickett. JUNIOR COLLEGE

Nathaniel Curry, 16, of Opa-locka who received a Miami-Dade Junior College "' /" ,'. ']
Club sponsored by the Safety Division of the Pabst Times, and yearbook, The
Brewing Co., at a dinner in Milwaukee. He was cited Falcon, have been named top : ,, ;
award winners for the third
for rescuing a two-year-old boy from a burning house : "
consecutive in the Florida -
here last October 9 by running through the flames after Junior College Press association I :: BANK I

dousing himself with water from a garden hose. contest.In j" ','
results announced today,. I' c!
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Anne Johnstone, the first fulltime director of the the newspaper took five first ; OF ,MIAMI: I."
Peace Center of Miami, sponsored by the American places, two seconds, and one .-
Friends Service Committee. third, while the yearbook scored ;: '"'. '" Full Service Banking for All the People :. t:;
one first, three seconds, : ; :

Al Lockhart who formerly managed the Mary Eli- and one fourth. Both receivedtop 6013 N.W.. 7th Avenue' ": A"' ::.. /':/ ';';'"
for general excel- '" t'
spot 1'
abeth Hotel here visited this week from his public lence among colleges with ',.a \ Phone 759-4431 / relations firm in New York. Al is promoting the JohnF. enrollment of $3,000 and over. r'l'/ .r'

Kennedy International Village. Times editor Judy Traverse I __ j1'i J',: __In the Edison.Financial Center j.ul ,
was named first place winnerfor
Sympathy to the families of Sam B. Solomon--Dean, best editorial, J. Patrick \ Lincoln National j jCUSTOMER'S ..',
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Williams, Mitchell, Clark, Strachan and Haywood.A Coll, for best feature, and :
Bobby Reid tied for best gen : .
eral column with Broward JC's HOURS I
son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Winston L. Ed- Mathew Faison.REGISTER.
Saturday February 5 at 'I.
monds of Portsmouth, Virginia NOTBANKER'S
Mercy Hospital. Mrs. Edmonds is the daughter of M r. -

and Mrs. J. Hartman Taylor. TO VOTE HOURS ,:

Carolyn Monroe of Opa-locka entertained friends Don't be l left out. Have .. t
with "Sweet Sixteen" birthday party. ,iff"" 'I' ,<,., Saturday night a something to soy about .' ';' ..Thursday3'I :J::'',
your local, state and national Monday Tuesday Wednesday :.' '......
Charles C. North, manager of North's Travel Bu- "
reau, planed out Friday afternoon for New Orleans government. 9:30 am to 2:00 pm '. :,::

where he will visit the Mardi Gras Pre-lenten celebration -
in that city. While there North will be the houseguest '/ Fridays '

of Dr. and Mrs. Roy Boggs. East Coast '93; ).am to 2:00 pm and 5:00 pm to 8:00 pmSaturdays

Ingrid P. Pinder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Archie O ,,' A*

Pinder, was married to Lloyd A. Chism Monday even- TailorsFEATURING

ing, Jan. 24. The attendants were Shirley Ferguson THE NEW
and Carolyn Bailey. The bride was given in marriageby DAK SLACK SUIT 9:00 am to Noon
her father.The ceremony was performed by the Rev.L. Unclaimed Pants for Sole

A. Thompson.Miss Alterations and RemodelingFAST WALK-UP WINDOW OPEN
Ophelia M. Humes and L. J. Tucker were Ill NW62 ST. Monday thru Friday -
married by the Rev. L. A. Thompson Saturday even
ing Jan. 29. The attendants were Mrs. Joyce Miller and cuff PL while 83901A you wait 2:00 P.M. to 5:00 p.M.THE .
Emerson Miller. A number of the couple's relatives and Anytime"

friends were present.




THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 18, 1966 .. ,., I

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r cooperation.The sie Porter, who owns a business
Back in August 1965 Times' City Editor Bill done is a marvelous exampleof adjoining the lot t
,McBride wrote an article about a monstrous mountainof lions share of the credit for the cleanup goesto complete the job. Porter obliged and picked up the to
J office of the Equal Opportunity $135 tab when the job was done.
beer cans that had accumulated over a number of the Liberty City
years on a vacant lot on 18th Ave. near 62nd St. Program Inc., B-2 Certer, headed by Dr. George Green This little project seemed to have awakened the
and assisted by Miss Frances Henderson and John pride in the 18th Ave. business men and
After five months of talking about it, badgering McArthur. Because on Saturday the entire street from 62nd 7"
the county manager and county commissioners, health EOPI director Sam Moncur got the ball rolling 71st will join in a neighborhood cleanup
department, and even- hauling the property owner into when he involved a group of young churchmen from sponsored by The EOPI B-2 Center. On Monday progrBID
court-the story has a happy ending. Trinity Episcopal who spent six hours one Saturday crane and trucks will pick up all the trash, special i
Today a beautiful coconut palm tree has replacedthe shoveling away at the mountain ofvtui. This only puta the curbs Saturday. putoutOQ
..' "beer can mountain," and the story of how it was dent in the mountain! so Miss Henderson induced Jes- Photos by Glamour Studio.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Fridoy, February 18.. 1966 7

t and consider me for some of these benefits being of- MORE POLL WORKERS qualifying examination by contacting

G fered? Do you think you can get "John Q. Public" to NEEDED HEREA istrar's the Office County, 3777501.Voting Reg

give some of us a break? second call for additional Those found qualified till
workers needed to staff the be assigned to work as inspectors -
c polls at future elections was at one of the county's
( I Comment: Judging by this lady's letter, little do sounded Monday by County 326 voting precincts, Brater-
we think of the school teacher, and the struggles theygo Elections Supervisor Martin man said. Salary is 118 a day.
through. I hope someone will take this article and Brate man.
cut-it out and send it to the school board officials. There are still a number of
A 11 vacancies to be filled" said INTERNATIONAL TEA
Maybe some good will come out it.
Braterman who.last week announced -
The Friendship Garden and
11111 he was seeking persons
b PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Johnalie Johnson for the job. "We would Civic Club invites the publicto
Ever since I started writing for the"MlamlTimes like to have some more applications attend its annual International -
11ft I've always stated that this is a column for the people: PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Carl Williams ." Tea Sunday, Feb. 20
from 4 to 6 p.m. at the New
t If at anytime, you feel you have something to say, or Any registered Dade voter Covenant Presbyterian Church,
you may have some sort of beefits just a matter of MUSICIAN OF THE WEEK: Rickie Thomas is eligible for the part-timei 1221 NW 43rd St.
apply to a
post may
'j time and a stamp you will have to invest, in order to

e get your say. Such is the following, which I presumewas "
written by a woman teacher,who has been divorcee GO-GO-GO TO
and has a child. Here is what she has to say: PUN PHUNAfter

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Dear Mr. Bondu: spending many yearsin DON'T MISS 1iIS''A '
construction work, I've fin- 'I ,500 CLUB-

This will probably be the most unusual letter ally figured out why the South J.;;(EXCITING, FUN }{ .. .
lost the Civil War. It up'
you've ever gotten, but after reading the news of the
against a strong Union.In .
world in our local papers (yours included) I felt that

3 I had to get someone's views on a pressing situation. my twenty years southof

I read your column religiously every week, and the Mason-Dixon Line I've I TheI 0GERS '
get a great kick out of it.It is most informative.You've discovered that there are more I =ATTRACTIONr
Masons than Dixons here. In
' talked about guns, and elections, and streets, and I ISYt tll
fact, some of the Dixons are Great rVOCA
lights, and. policemen, and jobs (and Mayme-smile), masons. ,+ ;.r.
but I'm wondering if you plan on getting around to th eAnti.Poverty I In-f.- t "STRa

Program soon. The mason's slogan is: "If I- : ETTA. .
On a who Ie, most of our people are lazy and un at first your don't succeed, I is re ''CAM RbN{ ...
aggressive(not all mind you)I'm wondering what effect trowel, trowel again." !h

will all these"roast turkeys" have on others. What will 1 1it Any letter writer will tell .. ,
do to the women that already having babies every you that there are some words I pe.b.
year (each one for a different man). Now the slogan is in a letter than letters in a I ++ TNIS1, $ TNEAWINQINOETCLUB, IN MIAMI WTH fi :MBWIGHTS '

"the more you get, the better the government will take word. There is one exception: I OF ENTERTAINMENT! ALWAYS N4EAI!; CLEANCNTINYOIISENTERTAINMENT.'TIL
care of you." Low rent housing, free child-care, free that "word" referred to when ,V* ,. v tf
medical (dental included) care, funds, and God only the TV announcer says, "And 11 arlnks to onetcorted ladles 50<
now, a word from our spon-
,., knows what they will give them next. Maybe a car in sor." \
': every home. I'm not concerned about the benefits-Lord ; 6 A.M.IW : .
need them. I'm worried about I see where there is a tiny
knows some of us my
TV set that's advertised as a 36 St. at 17 Ares
people's incentive. Their desire to get ahead, why get "tummy TV fits practi-
ahead, when it's so much better to be classified- cally any tummy" Well, that's I

t, "poor?" not for me, because most TV
Jj: What can be used as the motivating force to keep programs are more than I can
''" boys and girls in school now? Why get an education. stomach.

.;Iti:?.. Drop-outl! The Equal Opportunity Program will lend .*****SeaSThe I SUGAR PIE DE SANTO

'A you money-set you up in business-put you in a fine National Better Business ,
low-rent housing project-train you without the educa-
Bureau is defending door-
tion-so what? Why try to make more money? The less to-door salesmen. In effect ,, ,.

you make, the better the benefits. How many of our the Bureau is saying, "Don't
of the and for knock the knockers." .
',; people will take advantage training, try
\;' the higher paying jobs; and how many will try for the ..........
([ benefits Have you given it any thought?
i Let's take a case history, Mr. Bondu. Mrs. 'X American scientists are ,

::;" works as a teacher in Dade County,one of the suppose- concerned about the Russian .1
4t soft landing on the moon. They I
from her
She's separated
; to-be-higher paying jobs.
figure' it will make it hard for
;" husband and has one child. Her salary (according toL them.
i Dade County) is $791.00 a month (Wow!). After nine
t-t years of working, this is the first year her Take-Home
Pay has reached the $300 mark (thanks to numerous The Senate Is investigating
deductions-professional organizations you must pay to the prices of wonder drugs.
: belong or be frowned upon), increased taxes,increased Wonder drugs that's a
retirement fee (how can you retire when you can't event good name for them. Every
!. live long enough on what you bring home), increased time you take one, you wonder
what side effect will follow
insurance rates every year (thanks to Blue Cross) With present prices, one side*
t you must have this, because once they see occupation effect could be poverty.
f "teacher," you can't even get a free band-aid.
Now the people at Domestic Relations says Mr. X -
( has to give Mrs. X nothing for child-support because TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO
she's a "teacher" and self-supported. So she supportsher CHURCH SUNDAY + A a.

child alone. School clothes, medical expenses,

costumes, for school plays, food, shelter, "Christmas
goodies," "Easter fineries," birthdays, and all the

other things it takes to rear an emotionally stable _''" 1f y
child. There goes part of Mrs. X $300 pay-check. Mrs. .
X is not eligible for any of the benefits allowed the "
other citizens, such as free dental and medical care, $ 1 K + ry A'y'

for her child, free lunch, low housing or nothing else.
When her child is sick-"it sees your private doctor or
dentist"-more of Mrs. X's $300 a month is gone. ; iTrIv.

Now Dade County says since you make $791.00,

you can give more to the UF than other citizenssomore
of Mrs. X's $300 is gone. But, can Mrs. X or her
child avail themselves of the services of any of these oo ry Q C {, t.. \tu ,a \1+,, ,' UT

organizations she contributes to? (I mean free?) no p

such luck! she'd have to buy glasses, or a crutch, or 0 ; -J--::: --
a hearing aid or whatever the need may be for her or

her child. More of Mrs. X's $300 is gone. a-i,h '! ',.,!p\tt\
Mrs. X finally worked and borrowed enough money LOOK AND LISTEN {

pay down on a home that was within her incomealongcomes Then read about the new location -
"Uncle Sam" and up the taxes twice in two
that now Mrs. X can hardly make the steep of the New SPECIAL
years-so of 1486 NW 5th Place
out of her $300.Let's .
small problems that crop up un- How located at 1613 NW 54t
skip all the
expectedly, like the leaking roof, or the broken down Street. the CON TIN E N TAL
house repairs and all the thingswe all encounter.A Home cooked food, old hickory
through the rough times, barbecue with French fries;
friend or two may see you
for the 'teacher' (she has plenty money, so the best in town to take out
not so
they say). Special for breakfast: 2 -2 BANDS6 ACTS I
How does Mrs. X win with all these odds againsther eggs, coffee and toast for

Mr. Bondu? Do you have any suggestions? Try fora 39f. 1/2 fried chicken with

loan? she has too many bills trying to maintain it is.a French fries 89<. Also Co-Star "Red Hot" Continental Dancers
home and rear a child and take care of herself as old hickory barbecue. Spe-

Get another job? Just try it! The comments follow- cial entertainment every
"what are you trying to do,make all the money? You'realready Saturday Night.

If you teaching.can get a human interest article from thisletter Mack Barkley, Owner The finest Stars Come Here first,

I'd sure like to read it.
they'd read pass my occupation," .. .. I in..M i. IIM 111 r 1. 11 r.
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I ."
v The Allepattah Junior High %
Is always thinking of you, and all the good School drama department is ,o 4UJ
its first T ,.
would happy to announce ,
things T-Bone n
you enjoy eating. Try our major production of the year. i
i DelmonicoCharcoal broil Steaks. Yj Ib. with This spectacular show con-

J all the trimmings. It's mouth watering! Also sists of two one-act plays,
"The Slave With Two Faces,"
try our Chitterlings Oysters, and Fried directed by Janice Maycockand
Chicken. We specialize in Grilled Pork Chops. "Gloria Mundi," directedby
P.S. Charcoal Broiled Steaks from 6 p.m.9p.m. Robert W. Smith, plus as
an added attraction, presenta-
Try our Breakfast Special with hot butter. trims from members of the P

milk biscuits served with apple jelly and world famous FAMU Pi ay makers ? I .
pure butter. Guild. This is a must on
your social calendar Feb. 24 ref
Meet all your friends in Prince's! the at 7:30 p.m. in the auditorium.All .

fastest little growing business in town!

---" Mrs. Elease Prince, Prop. voters who have moved in
the past year should call the 'l1.'.

338 NW 14 St. Voting Registrar's Office. PRETTY, BEDIMPLED Sonja Villorin (left) shares an auspicious moment with
377-7501 another comely Northwest Orient Arlines stewardess, Sharon Nakatsuka, when NOA \
became the 205th member of the Chicago Association of Commerce and Industry's '
Merit Employment committee. The thrilled maidens hold floral bouquets spelling out
FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ': "250" as Committee Chairman John deButts, president, Illinois Bell Telephone
company, presents and congratulates NOA's agency sales manager Jack S. Wilson
QUALITY PACK I .n (right) for the firm's policy of hiring and promoting solely on the basis of merit.
FREE! -- I

or A INDIAN DISTINCT SUICTION RIVER 'h.. Orr and Buchanan Quit Roosevelt

.: ORANGES SEEDLESS MIXED WITH $5.95 OFFER :. : For United i Educators Insurance

GRAPEFRUIT POUND BAG OF .._,,, ....,;.., .....
595 I :. board of directors o f her replaced his faihiiVi : The Roosevelt Savings
PECANS : Roosevelt Savings and Loai i as a member of the Roosevelt Loan reported deposits

': FULL BUSHEL . . $9.95 FIT FORA KING AND BOX 0 F :. Association has had to replaci e Board, has succeeded Orr as $8.25 million as of Dec. 31 of
; : two of its top executives this I chairman. Dr. Elmer Ward, another 1965. The previous year it
fSMIUSHfDf25JOEZALIS&SON '* COCONUT PATTIES week. board member, has been reported $4.87.Roosevelt .
Citing the press of business !<. named vicechairmanBoard
: CALL FR 1-8948 /1
or : '
I involving their new United member Charles Had- has racially integrated
BONDED FRUIT SHIPPERS f:;[ MAIL IN YOUR CHICK OR M.O. .11 Educators Life Insurance 9 ley has been named a vice- staff'and has a clientele .
1200 N.W:22IId STRUT r. OPEN EVERY DAY* AM TO 6 PM J; I Company, Board Chairmar 1 president and Mrs. Dana Chap- of some 5,000 customers
ON TNI COIMII AT TNI WNOlllAll P RODUCIMAIKIT .a.John B. Orr, Jr., and Vice. man remains as secretary. half of them Negro. Its

.. .. .. '0 .._ .. 10.!. .. .. Chairman Frank Buchanan, re. Neal Adams, a grocer and staff is also mixed about SO-
I signed. president of the Brownsville
Theodore Kipnis who ear' Improvement Association and
Bert Friedman owner of a
court reporting firm, will fill

CLUB KNIGHT I BEAT for Res Can the two is board president vacancies.Orr and.direc-

tor of United Educators Life.
He will continue with Roose- ''DRIVE-IN THEATRE
276 NW 6th St. velt Federal as legal counsel
Buchanan, the insurance firm I
chairman, will continue as. FRI-SAT.
president of Lincoln National
Bank but will not be associated -
I STARTING THURS., FEB. 17fh ,' Loan.City with Roosevelt Savings and I AT 7:00:

Commissioner Athalie
.t Range. president of Rooseveltsaid
... fREE the demands of United
Educators make it impossiblefor

: Miami's Greatest Nite Club Review Roosevelt's the two executives.to continue She as

r I noted also that, in the past, COUMtA tICne%hI.r1NO.
the Federal Home Loan Bank 2 AT 9:00:

r savings Board -and regulating loan associationshas agency for 4x

: 25 :PEOPLE -duties.frowned on such double

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; MOSTLY : SATURDAYThe 6: %t', .

Miami Chapter of .F
'GI Florida A&M University Alumni
Association invites you and
a your parents to attend its NO. 3 AT 10:45:

Second Annual Scholarship DORIS IlllYIII
I Chat, in the Community Roomof
the Roosevelt Savings and 'IT1\l'llll1f""O
Loan Association
6015 NW
7th Avenue, Saturday,
February -
19 at 7:30 p.m. 1)0 NOT
DAMS RL Speakers will be Dr.George
AD y e Gore, Jr., president of Florida DISTURB

,. "Jeff f inll -< .T," 1oAnd Ihe TalorefLO: W.A&M University and Mr. George STARTS SUNDAY
\ 0' fOO' Conoly, executive secre-
( w whet Crnd
ropNcol tary General Alumni Associa-

,' QI'1.0 //'. I .," S.J tion. I
-... 'i' : t OF FAITH
to : AND
Dance w a rk POWER
to .:
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lddie ".v. Annie' Bell
1"t'C.OOlS Hagler, re.
i O turning to you from the golden
ll west, where thousands hove
I It been SEE financially blessed. E. ,
]1 your way to Health, Success
REP ADM. $2.00 TABLES fREE and Happlne I
1420 NW 58th
Per Person Terr. Feb. 18. Tim. 7 a.m. I OF TMEKALAHARI
to 9 p.m. Appointment not

j necessary. I j I

THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday February 18, 1966 9

I 200 Negro Bus Drivers Keep Dade County Rolling. I

gro bus Less drivers than lour in Miami years was ago the not very even thought a dream of to Ne-local The pay ranges from $2.00 to $2.30 per hour, withan 21-45, an eighth grade education, state driving record- ,

people or others. But the bus strike average salary of $5,800 annually. Extra board oper- Florida chauffeur's license, good police and credit re
and upset everything. It came along ators are guaranteed a minimum 36-hour week, and a cords.
gave Negro drivers a chance $50 annual allowance made for uniforms.
to that
prove they have the
and most of them have made good.necessary qualifications, Among other benefits are paid holidays, paid sick Metro Transit Authority has immediate openings
leave, paid vacations. MTA also bears at least 50 f in this
A recent fact sheet from Metropolitan % o job category, and a complete training program
Dade .
County the cost of the
Transit Authority shows that there employee's insurance coverage, includ- is provided for applicants accepted.
are 200
Negro bus
drivers on Metro's ing hospitalization, major medical coverage and life
payroll and that there
ment opportunities with are employ- insurance. Applicants may inquire at Dade County Personnel
a number of benefits
to them. attached Department, 5th Floor, Metro Justice Building, 1351
Some of the requirements for applicants are: agesIPi.f. NW 12th Street.I .

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MTA Bus Operator Otto Wimbley prepares :
his final report on the day's run.

li Wimbley, 35 years old, lives at 2414 NW .
43rd Street. He has been with MTA five I
months after experience as a heavy e a l4

, equipment operator in the service. "I've I jt
i always wanted to be a bus operator. It is
1 a good fair job for a veteran," Wimbleysaid. Y "

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,, "I like the opportunity," said 28yearold ,'t i
Junior L. Wilcox of 3385 Franklin l
Avenue in the Grove. wilcox has been
with MTA 11 months. "I was formerly a :

truck driver. But my job with MTA has ,'
,all the advantages any man need to start-
with a good future," he said.

: fF
Metro Transit bus operators are I t 9

schooled and trained before going on the y J
road. An intensive re-training program is v
offered continually and division compe-
titions for safe-driving is stressed. Ope- M
rators Wilcox and Wimbley review the De-
cember accident records for their Division J4 -
I Central. ; ,


" 1't' MTA Bus Operators, like Otto Wimb- !
." ,
ley and Wilcox here
Junior pictured preparing M
":'c to leave on their morning runs, receive ---

i,' an average annual wage of $5,800

,"ji.. with a liberal fringe benefit program including -
life insurance and group hospita- .-raw M
lization coverage, uniform allowance, + a'ega ",
seven paid holidays, paid sick leave and y ; ,
r 1 1 a
of no
guarantee layoffs. 1*
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PICTURE NO.5Concentrating .. yr 3U +k., !1 till I 1I

,on his final day's re- a 1 ilp,d ", a
ceipts if MTA Operator William Larry, 3 ,, '.' l'2 ......: u "a + a+ w
has been with MTA nine months. He said
, many of his friends were employed by
I MTA and he has found the job offers good ,, i4; ite 47. BUll I

security and stability for a family man. : .-S...CJ.tECIt '
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PICTURE: NO. 6 :z \ ] I..
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A former bus operator in New York j :, : ,< 1."i ,.

City, Sandy Sands, pictured here, is 42 ''' ,(,',:'.! '1.!.11.;.,::'It': '"
years old. He has been with MTA six ; '.,. I."
months after a long term with the New t opi 1 'i.t .

York transit network. ? .

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PICTURE NO.7"There : :', : '

is probably more security in I ,
my job than anywhere else in the area," -,

reports MTA Operator Gleason Holloway, ,
said "and during my seven months withMTA t ,, ,' l
I can say an operator's job provide s \ : 'i I ; : '

good security and adequate pay. But,
even though these jobs are available, it
is up to the individual man to make his
said ., .
own security, Holloway. row A' ref


"1 was looking for better work," S 6 s

said A. B. Edwards, 35, of 766 NW 45th .I
Street. Edwards, a former truck driver,
has been with MTA nine months. "Thisis
a good job and it has excellent security -
and opoortunity for a family man," K
said Edwards.

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THE MIAMI TIMES.. Friday. February 1ft. 1966

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A drive through the downtown Negro section
gives one the idea that something like a king-size
tornado had hit the place. No area west ofNW Third
Ave. seemed to have escaped the angered wrathofthe
bulldozers and wrecking cranes that have been
1 aA busy at work demolishing homes, churches, apart
9 ment houses and business places, to prepare Miami
for the New Look.
ht / The Miami Times publishes in this issue a map
e' t ty 0f '<.' of Project I, first of four different projects, showingthe
;X "Central Miami Urban Renewal Plan." The plan

indicates the dilapidated buildings to be cleared,
where open space is needed, where off-street park-
ing should be located, where streets and utilities
I should be constructed, etc. The map is a guideline
Y,4 re of the plan.
Project I of the Urban Renewal Plan takes in
the area from NW 14th to 22nd St., from Third Ave
to Sixth Ave.In this area live 1600 families and 1386
Ik must find new homes. The happy part of the story is
that 1240 families are eligible for public housing
now under construction in Brownsville and Liberty
City. The remaining 214 will remain in the few apart-
ment buildings judged adequate enough to be left
standing. Only two churches, St. Agnes Episcopaland
Rr Y w St. Francis Xavier Roman Catholic will be sparedthe
wreckers. Dunbar School and Southern Bakeryare

the only major buildings spared.
The area will be developed into 3, 4, and 5
cik bedroom apartments and a series of town house com
Many of the two and three-story apartment build-
ings will remain as not to cause any unbearable
hardship on the large number of families involvedin
the expressway and Urban Renewal programs.
AH substandard residential buildings plus ad-
ditional structures, will be removed to provide open
space and off-street parking areas, space for land-
scaping, for children's play, for widening traffic arteries -
Some of the buildings pictured on this page are
scheduled for removal and some of them are to be
pulled down.
The plan aims at the general improvement of
human condition. No beer and wine taverns or other
undesirable businesses will be allowed to operate in
the lone business complex in the center of the area.
The North-South and East-West Expressway

systems, scheduled to open in May, 1968, will re-
move an estimated'' 6,000 persons representing 687
? families from the Miami downtown Negro section.

Photos by Jay Baker of House of Photography

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12_ __ THE MIAMI_I I TIMES, Friday, February 18, 1966 I

1 ALBERT. ed Tuesday from the Liberty RANGE. .

City Chapel.:
W. D. Shatten, 1132 NW George Truman Benson of

I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATI S 1st PI., was shipped Friday to Mrs Julia Ethel Stevenson 3242 NW 53rd Street died Fri-

Millem, Ga., for final rites and of 2100 NW 75th St., died Feb. day, Feb. 11. He is survivedby

burial. Survivors are one sis- 9 in Ponchatonla, La. Re- his widwo, Sarah; a son
and four brothers. mains sent here for final father
ter were Roderick Benson; a ,
MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe rites and burial. Survivors are George W. Benson; three slater -

i family of the I late Mrs. Mary Green, 4303 NW husband, one sister, Mrs. Martha Sheppard, Louise
1n1 loving memory of family of the late, died Feb. 10 in brothers
ELLA L. GRANSBERRY ... 14th Ave., Beatrice Foster and Bertha Washington;
WILLIAMS Jackson Memorial Hospital. Alex, Leroy Smith of Miami; a dau ter-In-Iaw. Monica;

wish to express our man; at"r Survivors are husband Milton; Nephew, Rev. David Williams, six grandchildren, other relatives -

thanks and appreciation to th;'Ie mother-in-law, Mrs. Cora Lee Services were held on Friday and friends. Serviceswere

many friends, neighbors, am.::1IS Bigby. Services were conduct-. from the Liberty City Chapel. held on Monday in the

41 co-workers for their kindnes H Range Memorial Chapel.

the beautiful florals, telegrams m THANKS Tina Lorraine Draper,

letters, cards and condolences 10229 SW 176th St., Perrine, Mrs. Mary Goodwin of 5198

during our bereave The family of the late died Feb. 9. Survivors are NW 30th Ave died at the Ken-

ment. It is with deep gratitud HENRY MACK parents, two brothers, two dal Hospital on Feb. 14th.

k we express our heartfelt thank Ito s wish to express their sincere sisters, Godparents. Services Mrs. Goodwin was a native of

the Rev. E. T. Graham an appreciation to their many Saturday 11 a.m. Hurst Chapel Lynchburg, Va. and had livedin

the entire membership of the I friends for the kind remem- AMEin Perrine. Orange, New Jersey. She

Mt. Zion Baptist Church. J. berances of flowers telegramsand came to Miami in 1936 and

May God bless you. I I IY Id cards and especially the Lawrence Williams, 10129W remained here until her death.

Mr. Willie Williams Range Funeral Home and Rev. Guava St., Perrine; died She is survived by a nephew,
And Feb. 9. Survivors are wife,
Family dear
Edward T. Graham. John Kemp; two friends
children, mother, father, three Miss Coretha Bawl and Mrs.

Mrs. Martha Mack uncles, three aunts,two grand Docia Howell. Services were

And Family mothers. Services Saturday 3p.m. held on Thursday in the Range

IN MEMORIIAMIn Hurst Chapel AME, Per- chapel. Rev. Henry McDowell

sad but loving memor:; CARD OF THANKSThe rine. officiated.

of our dear wife, mother an Mrs. Flossie Rogers, 2470
O'BRIEN Miss Lucia McKiever of
sister, family of the late NW 154th St.died Feb. 14. Sur-
NETTIE STRINGERwho 1629Vi NW 1st Place died at
who passed January 23,
away vivors husband Willie
departed this life are ; Jackson Memorial HospitalFeb.
Monday,, .w 1966 wish to our
FebYyary 22, 1954. She i h I thanks and appreciation to the one daughter, Betty Walker; 11th. She is survived by
but not forgotten. W two brothers, Benjamin and five sisters Didia Barnes
gone friends and neighbors for their : ,
love her but God loves hei t ,M..ao. f cards, telegrams, flowers and Mack Mobley, one sister, Viola Martin, Resell Mosley,

best. May she rest in peace. other acts of sympathy shown Catherine Smith, Services Sa- Johnnie Bell Baker, and Tom-

Henry Stringer, husband during our hour of bereave turday 4 p.m. Greater New mie Lee Lanier; two brothers

Two sons, John and Sammie ment. Also a special thanks to Bethel Baptist. Opa-locka. Harvey and James;two uncles,

Norman Roberson brother Masons and Pallbearers No. Carl M. Lawrence, 1918-C two aunts, other relativesand

Two daughters, Heneretti I 15 for their services, also NW 3rd Ct., died Feb. 8 Survivors friends. Services were

and Leveme thanks to the Rev. Hicks and are wife, four daughters, held on Tuesday at the St.

Maude Johnson sister the Range Funeral Home for six stepdaughters, three step- John's Institutional Baptist

Florence Rolle, sister its kindness.Mrs. sons, one brother. Services Church.

Frances Williams, sister Amanda O'brien Saturday 2 p.m. from the Liberty -

And Family City Chapel.MANKER. Webb Green of 10130 Hibiscus -

I Street, Perrine, Fla.
f .
died at Jackson Memorial

memory of our dear mother VIOLET FISHER' IN MEMORIAMIn Hospital on Feb. 13. He is
who departed this life February Victor A. Maisonet of
and grandmother, \ 'i survived by his widow, Rosa
15, 1964. loving memory of our ,,., I't' Cottage 10 C.R. Bull Labor Mae; a son Freddie; a sister,

Safely, safely gather'd in husband, father grandfatherand Camp was dead upon arrival at Forse Gamblin; a brother,
Far from sorrow, far from sin brother the Medical Center. He is Milton
two aunts
; Mary Cros-
Pass'd beyond all grief and I .III survived by his wife, Mattie. by and Pearl Cochrane; an
Pain, death for fee is trust Services were held Mondayin uncle
Elder A. C. Cochrane;
I gain, ORA LEE NOTTAGE the chapel. other relatives and friends.
For our loss we must not weep
HAYWOODWith Services Friday at 3 P.m. in
Nor our loved one long to keep Mrs. Lula Murphy of 1541
grateful hearts wish to the chapel.Mrs. .
From the home of rest and thank NW 54th St. died Sat. at her
our many friends for
peace for their innumerable acts of residence. Mrs. Murphy came Rosetta Sutherland of
Where all sin and sorrow cease kindness to Miami several l years ago
during the illnessand 10285 SW 172nd St., Perrine,
a Gomes Fisher husband death of our beloved Ora. from her native state of S. died Oat home Feb. 15. 'She is

Perline/ Richardson Please know that your Carolina. She is survived by survived by her husband William
by her husband
Deloris Forbes prayersyour cards, telegrams, William ; a daughter, Ethel Mae
fill Hazel Fisher floral offerings, visits, etc. Services were held Tuesdayin Richardson; one sister, Ethel

'\ Melvina Gibson, daughters helped us to make our bereave- the chapel. Edwards; four brother, Elijah,

< .',"' Gomes Fisher, Jr. Willie Samuels, James and Sam
)f ment.A Sam B. Solomon of
\; Milliam Fisher special word of thanks to 1334 Johnson; an uncle, Ramson
-- Carlton Fisher, sons members of Alpha Kappa Alpha NW 72nd St. died Sat. at Jack- Edwards; three grandchildren -

MRS. ETTA THOMAS Annie Sears, sister sorority, the school personnel son Memorial Hospital. Mr. ; other relatives and
Solomon is survived by his
who departed this life February and administrators. To friends. Arrangements are in-
19 1964. ROGERS he officers and members of wife, Martha; four sons, Sa- complete.
ELDER GLOVER V. \ muel, Stacy, Vann and Ray-
I IN M EMO RWiM' who departed this life Feb. 5t.; Matthews Baptist Church mon; and a daughter. Robin.
Down a road that's calm and md to the Range Funeral
20, 1965. Services will be held Satur-
peaceful ; In loving memory of our I Home for the beautiful service
We will always remember. day, 2 at Mt. Zion
Guided by God's loving hand, dear mother, II(they rendered. Also the representatives p.m. Bap- RICHARDSON. .
We can never forget a beautiful tist Church, Rev. Edward T.
She has gone upon a journey, MRS. ELLEN JANE SMITH from the Sey-
smile, a helping hand, and .J Graham, officiating. The
remains Mrs. Sula
Laskett of
| 211
To a distant bright land, who fell asleep on February Baptist Association and
a voice calling men, women, ,the will repose from 1 p.m. NW 12th St., died Feb. 11 at
And although your heart is 13, 1964 in Nassau, Bahamas Atlantic Coast Baptist
and children to Christ. Now Friday until funeral time. her home. Funeral serviceswere
heavy, Christ will gather in his own 'God 'Association.
has called you to rest Rev. and Mrs. N. F. Clark held Wed. Feb. 16 from
With the sorrow you must bear To the place where he is gone '
from your labor. But he left us Samuel Johnson of 1125 NW
And Family chapel Mrs. Laskett
May it help to bring you com Where their heart and treasurelie
fortKnowing a memory that will never fade. 49th St. died Tuesday. Mr. survived by five daughters:

she is happy there. Where our life is hid on high, Mrs. Ozabeth Rogers I IN MEMORIAMIn Johnson was a native of the Nellie Parker, Savilla Laskettof
And the Rogers Family Bahamas and lived in our Savannah, Ga.; Jeanette

James W. Davis, son Day by day the voice saith ___ _fondest______. m memory_'.._.# nt_. our__ community for a number of Minivus of Denver, Col., Susie
Edna M. Norwood, daughter "come THANK YOUI beloved mother and grand- years. Among his survivorsare Laskett and Maybelle Wesleyof

Johnny Davis son Enter thy eternal home" mother five nieces, Majorie St. Augustine, Fla; one

Nathaniel Davia, son Asking not if we can spare wish to thank all of my MRS. DORA HICKS Roach, Elizabeth Albury, son, Johnnie of Boxley, Ga.;
And Grandchildren This dear soul it summons friends and co-workers for Rosetta Bethel, Helen Sin- two sisters, Bessie Brown and
there. their kindness during my recent who departed this life Feb. field and Evon Bryant. Ar- Maggie Anthony; one brother,
illness. My pastor Rev rangements are incomplete. Sammie Daniels.
CARD OF THANKSThe Sadly missed by the family, Cousin"for the hospital sits we loved her deeply but ,
Mrs. Els ads Roberts, and prayers. My assistant God loved her best. So from
Mrs. Pezereta Culmer this life he called her to rest.
pastor Rev. and Mrs. F. J.
family of the late Mrs. Effie Smith, daughters Hicks, the principal of Ojus Mrs. Blondeen Jones RAHMINGS FUNERAL HOME
David Colebrook brother
School Mr. Leo Strousberg. Mrs. Ozabeth Rogers
passed away on January Mrs. Lillian Colebrook, Members of the No. 3 Usher' And Grandchildren

thanks 25, wish and to express their sister Board, members of Antlers -.--. Formerly M. S. Allen Funeral HomeA
appreciation to the
Temple No. 39, IBPOEW, the
friends for cards, telegrams, A NOTE OF THANKSWe
beautiful flowers from the faculty -
sympathetic and understanding service to
letters of sympathy and other CARD OF THANKS
of Ojus Elem, mother the family of the late
acts of kindness during their
Barnett and daughter, W.H. LESTER MacCLOVER NEAL everyone
bereavement. Special thanksto The family of the late
the MRS. IZETTA MURRAYwho Jamison, Miss Mary V. Davis wish to thank everyone who
Maceo Thomas Jr. Fun
and father,Mr. and Mrs. Johnie extended
us form
eral Home of New York and expired February 6, 1966 any OWNERS
Brooms, Mrs. Blanche Dean, sympathy during bereave-
the Revl Wilson of ConventBapti'lt wish to take this method of
and the many beautiful cards, ment. Your cards flowers
Church. expressingtheir sincere thanksto Lewis Buster Newbold, Manager
donations, gifts, calls and services and visits were all
May she in everyone who was so kind
peace. William
L. Jr.
visits above all Carey
Adele McBride and FamilyCARD and sympathetic in their hour your prayers. appreciated. Special thanks to ,
of sorrow. To Pastor Carolyn Also the staff at Mercy Hos- House of Albert Friendship Harry L. Rolle

..1i Sheffield, the House of Albert pital. Again, thanks to all of Baptist Church, Greater Lsrael Mrs. Helen Harris
Bethel and
and all others whose names you. kind neighbors and
OF THANKS friends. Mathew H. Rahmings, L.F.D.
are too numerous to
Mrs. Florence Washington The Family
The family of the late here.Mrs. -- STAFF
WILLIE THORPE Elsie Locklin sister

2986 NW 52nd Street who pass And Family fjinr ln Jtaortol ffarfe Mrs. Helen Perkins, Secretary

ed January 21, wish to ac I Harold Perkins

knowledge the kindness and You do Not hove to own Gray* Space In LINCOLN Sherman Carey
I frnends expressions and neighbors sympathy during from MEMORIAL PARK, 3001 NW 46 ST. to bury loved Charlie Jordon

their time of bereavement. Sincere sympathy to the ones. Just Tell your funeral director this l Is your with

Special thanks to the neighbors -!jingletary and Rogers familiesn It will be done.
I on 51st St. for the beau-i the lost of their sister and GATES OPEN EVERY DAY INCLUDING HOLIDAYSA 1144 NW 3 AVENUE PHONE: 371-8343

tiful floral piece and to the aunt of Newark, Sew Jersey. 2 mo. pre-nted grave space sale now going! on. Day or Nightr

a Range uncrul Home anJ Itft NE ...197 E. Johnson, Manager OX 1-9199
Mrs! Delia SingJtsury Johnson I
;t stuff who were so courteous



L THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 18. 1966 13ond
': :'ilJH1Z _u_ '- .. u_ _
BAPTIST MINISTERS'COUNCIL lesson Prt_ Johnson Intro-

Ab-o utuYik dived for church an insurance membership group as plan a LET'S TALK POLITICS

The Council met Wednesdayat whole. They represented the *Y NORMAN JONP.S
By Jinnle 11:30 a.m. at the St. Luke Inter-American Life and Ceus-
"Scoop" Bethel Baptist Church with Chaplain ualty Company Limited. This As it stands now, the battle for the governor's seat

Turner conducting the devo was discussed and the minis- is unique as there are only three announced candidates,
I PEOPLE ARE TALKING Th-; tion. President ters agreed to take the matterto
THE ABOUT C. J. Bumey which over the years attracted an average of seven hope-
Ih of Sophie Tucker, Feb. 9 and how her then introduced Bible gxpoeitor their congregations.The .
recordingSome fuls. The dearth of entries this year is caused by a
of these You're P. W. Williams who installation of Council
Days, Gonna Miss
me 1I0ney"rocketed rather unusual
was at his best in giving the officers will be on March 7 at set of circumstances.
in sales Death of the
[. famous Billy highlights of the lesson for a time and place to be an- Off year election brought about by public referen-
of Diamond Horseshoe fame. He was a show pro- the week. nounced. dum because
His presentation of statewide candidates in the Democratic
r, song writer and definitely a lover, of the Johnson,
manys topic W22 interesting and Rev. Thedford Party did not want to support the National Democratic
[ including Joyce Mathews and the world's great inspiring. resident; Rev. Harold Brown
Ticket with its strong Civil Rights Platform while running -
Eleanor Holms, both were at the funeral. After .
met commenting on the PJ.Mortgage .._. for
great losts in one week Mayor John Lindsay office.
(ed LBJ to give him a run down on N.Y.C.-Re- So in two years hopefuls did not have time to rallyan

ing from Washington to make a final decision on Loans organization to get sufficient financial backers or
her or not to re-appoint Com. Vincent Broderick create enough issues to make a decent showing. With'

[head cop after his term runs out Feb. 24 If absolutely no chance of making the runoff against the

]. V. Broderick can defy Mayor Lindsay and hold three candidates, High, Kelly and Burns running as an
}ffice, then Brokerick should be mayor and Lindsay JOHN STERN uncumbent, they would pull only a pitiful number of
jild go back to Congress. .after all Mayor Lind- votes and would hurt rather than help their future chan-
; t\ \
was elected by the people and Broderick was ap MORTGAGE I ces in statewide races.

(ted by the mayor. .Jackie Robinson, formerer .,: This year's contest is no place for hopefuls, so
baseball. ar was newly appointed assistantov. BROKER ;
barring a deal which supporters of one of the "BigThree"
Rockefeller of New York "," .
on community affairs
\ would enter a "decoy" for the purpose of draw-
offices in Albany. Robinson turned down
a post ing some support form one of the Big Three, there will
36NE1ST. .i
red by .N.Y. Mayor Lindsay. .Congratulations-
be no other serious contenders for the governorship
lie Mays on signing a $125,000 two year contract
aseball's No. 1 star for the Giants The news except the Big Three."DECOYS" .
around that LB) and M.L. King were up to be 377-1585
by the Ku Klux Klansmen-May bring out a newt

on the late Pres.JFK' murder. State Supremert DAY OR NIGHTSpacial 1960. two yearlings, Haydon Bums, Rajah of the

Justice Irving Saypol handed out a new ruling Province of Jacksonville, and Fred 0. "Bud" Dickinson -

king the TWU contract for the NY transit workers Emir of the Sheikdom of Palm Beach County, made
I three years. No raises Gov. Rocky is acting their debut in the Governor's Futurity Stakes to try

kly to avoid another strike by passing legislation ww.fww P iw iwvW their legs for entry in the Governor's Sweepstakes in
emove legal obstacles to granting the pay raises. .< i'
AttrictioHI42C .
: ?
; ;" ;> : I. :? 1964.Ted
Davis of Hollywood was entered as a Decoyto
: I dilute the strength of Dickinson in the heavily
|er of the Candy and Newspaper Store on 5th Ave. 'Itl popu-
126th Street, in front of the Billy Eckstine Bldg. : ; $450 Down' $85 Monthly ''" lated South Florida area. As an added insurance, since
': Bums had written off the voters because of serious
and Mrs. Wilkerson the fabu- Negro
George entertaining ":Or$100 Down Veteran ,or Displaced Persons'
Erna Eli (now Mrs. Banks of Newark, New Jersey) ,! racial riots in his "Province", Ted made a luke

| Lillian Jones (now Mrs. Brown) Saturday, Feb. 12. : 3 bedrooms: bath beauty, 'on big', lot. Hardwood I warm statement in behalf of Civil Rights to cap any

present was Calvin Cambridge .Miss Valdez ,floors, dining room,; tile,roof,.air, cond.. possible strength Dickinson might have with the Negro

ay, that Miami songstress, is getting very good 'City water and county taxes only* (The area electrorate. The Decoy did a splendid job and Burns
[tions by the music critics in New York. is beautiful too). beat Dickinson out of the politically advantageous 3rd

spot in the Primary. Ted David's payoff was his ap-
TEEN AND BEAM TALK "Sam and Dave," WILL ALSO. TRADE pointment to Burns to his campaign staff as top researcher -

I singing big duo is blazing a their big trail in New the York.op 'OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY I 1-6,P... I and strategist in his successful 1964 race and
recording favorite. I dug act at 125thN.Y.
comfortable job as execuitve secretary to Mayor Ritter
Apolla Valentine greetings to Anna Grace : a
sting that charming education instruction of DES. FORD, lEAL T'f;INC. Brtktr/ <. of Jacksonville, successor to Burns for his enexpired
: when he took his seat Governor of Flori da.
< term as as
Is Geraldine Lewis, 63 basketball queen and debu- 3639 N.W 15th Avenue 635.4595.HOUSE ,'
lt e grad of N. Dade High, Miss Yvonne Sands, Coco- uvwiAri:i Other Decoys and their significance in the Gover-
Grove lassie Valentine sincere understanding .nor's Sweepstakes will be discussed if future chapters.

tin ora Rolle (Boyd) of Coconut Grove, that beauti- -

|beautician Yvonne Bethel to Claude Long, be a
valentine .Lavern to David Green, I dedicate HUNTING??
ck Jackson andMaxine Brown's recording"Please FOR DANCE-WEDDING-PRIVATE PARTY?

't Hurt Me" Gloria wi1son. edicates to Eddie NO FHA RED TAPENO LIBERAL RENTAL ARRANGEMENTSAIR
hell The Supremes "Come See About Me." This is
|op Bethel saying time and tide waits for no man.

you next week. MOVE RIGHT IN #, TIKK ij CLUS,4


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14 THE MIAMI TIMES, .friday.", February 18,1966'fl&a _. ._...
lQOr '''
1.>..,1' '>.I'. ,Qo 1'1' I Metro Recreation News
.i, ,, v' : :gM 'Iio'i NEWS SKIN DISEASES

I z .-." s The staff of Scott Housing Day and was presented a large 1 The Carver High Hornets
; A. approach to leastmeat -
'#<,". ,"'&', p&m_ ); Center presented a Valentine's box of candy. basketball season is well :, sew
and sredicati'osbased
i ,: Color Day last Monday. There Many thanks to the.follow' underway. They have a 6 and
t ; ,
iH : were over 200 youngsters participating ing leaders for their Jfrtirini, 4, which speaks for itself in en specialized
>KW'' tJ': Ii i;"> : ;;;;.1tp". in the games and help in making this event i 1 triumphs. The outstanding blood and laboratorytests.

w; :, 't.''MWW: '>\Qetat, contests. ssuccess: Mis&es Lindsev.> scorer of the Hornets is Delta Also ftntral practice.
r *T! u ,4 T:..p.< ::*, The auditorium was beau- Hamm, Pierce McConnell: Mr> Green a 6-2 senior, who averages ,, .

-flft&fvwiWhat---__________........_; _p.""". ""'I tifully decorated in flowers Davis and Mr. Reed. 18.4 points per game.' ;I
are your hobbies? There are many hobbies and hearts of red, white and Thanks to the entire drama 1 With each game the Hornets I DR.: H. HAAG
that people enjoy. Some are extremely unusual while pink. Also cupids lined the group for doing such a love are continually improving.The I

others are common. Many youth share the same hobbies. walls aiming their arrows of job in presenting, "The PL 7-7231

Sometimes hobbies help,'you to make best friends. You love towards everyone. of hearts** The PTA has been trying :I
Most of the youngsters were _to instill within parents some
are able to discuss your hobbies together and both persons attired in -
were appropriately concern for the future of their
closer together because of the discussion.
grow red and white. children and the phasing out
Some have had hobbies for A I V V:; 1
many years. The winners of the con- of the Carver's Senior High fit.
hobby provides something interesting for them during tests are as follows: (Girls department. Much discussion ''APreb'{, f'd fr'Jarr(k;?\!Airr a,,. ,

their leisure time. Hobbies may be beneficial, enter- were against the boys.) took place on these problems' ,' o' Ji(.20'ly.q"fi', ", '., 1','-

taining, etc. For example, sewing is a beneficial hob- Valentino' Relay, 1st and during the last PTA meeting. ; I. 1.", J
by. A stamp collection is an entertaining hobby. 2nd girls Devertise Davis, : Yet, many parents were ab-| ,e. +tr:',?')W:, \>Bus 81'
Here are some of the hobbies which some of the JoAnn Wallace, Carol Sinn sent and did not benefit from DIshwasher f a y'a Parttsrs. !
youth enjoy: mons. iDridgette Davis Hope .: : : this discussion. Some of the Gas:Stotton,!"' A t DrI'sesHoPe1 /I'

Betty Daniels, a freshman at George Washington Simmons, Kimberlyn Banner '.', problems were: Parents keep- :' '" &l Home;!ordsk :f
"We AppnielotaYbvr'
Trinese Davis, Clara .. ,
man, ,
students out of school an
Carver likes hobby. She is presentlypresident ex- : '
swimming as a -
Lynes, Comethia Odom. 't8v.I", ... \Jot. ; >
of her homeroom at school and participating in the tremely large number of days'durina A
Third and fourth boys: Ger- l.'
marching band where she is a section leader. : 'i tt tN 'I the school year, students jAI: I s
Donald Sil
DOl18. adjustment to new problems :FR
Sandra Taylor, a senior at Booker T. Washington Walter Jones, Jerome Lewis, "' : ,' in a different school and 14382 JV"r.
collects pennants. She now possesses a large collection Edward Hudson Herbert Clark .;;, > : students '. t"n ;, ,;
late r
coming to N.ESth Street
from different schools and colleges. Sandra is a M.C.Me:Cray,Charles Knowles, .,.;",.J '. : school an extremely large ,

member of the Girl Counselors and chorus at her school. Charles Maree William Clark. ..' number of days. It has been
Brenda White, a sophomore at Miami Jackson, likes Fifth and sixth grade boys: asked that parents become .

traveling. She is an active member of the Urban League John Green, Gregory Love, more concerned about these
Alvin Simmons Robbie Doyle,
Youth Community. and many other problems of
Gerald Russell.
Jennifer Palmer likes to sew. She spend most of Teen girls: Linda Bentley, their children; that parents CALLMelill J
her time sewing her clothes and upon completing her Josephine Rahmings Alice MRS. CULMB NAMED TO come to the school and find
out more about their child and
education she plans to become a professional seam- Mae Valentine, Stephanie CHILDREN'S SOCIETY his problems. Fox

tress. Jennifer is a sophomore at May High. Lynes, Gwendolyn Bentley, The future of our children

John Cobbs, a junior at Miami Edison enjoys col- Brenda Hart. BOARDMrs. depends on the interest shown FOR

lecting and taking pictures. He is an outstanding mem- Valentine scavenger hunt by parents as well as the progress
John E. Culmer was
ber of the chorus at school. winners were Lynda Bentley, children make in preparing STOCKSBONKMffllAL
likes to Alvin Clarence Gal- elected to serve on the Board
Marie Thompson of Miami Morthwestern Simmons themselves. It is of
of Directors of the Children's FUNKINVESTMENT
type and write letters. great benefit to be informed.
Rene Wilcox. a Miami Jacksonite enjoys acting as Lucky Valentine winners: Home Society of Florida The PTA is one of the r '-
understand why JoAnn Sharpe Trinese Davis, Southeastern Division, at the ,
a hobby. She stated, "acting helps me units that will inform you of
the do by acting out these Geneva Lynes, Carolyn Ector. annual meeting of the Societyheljd IPERRINEd98
some people act way they your school and child. Make
voted on January 19.
Hope Simmons was
second Monday of each
characters. every
of Hearts. She beautifully The Society is a member
his favorite queen was
Euegene Fox like sports, however attired in red and agency of the United Fund of month a must on your calendarto r
is football. He enjoys playing the game attend PTA meetina.REDUCE .
sport activity white with a large heart made Dade County and serves the n>
as well as watching it. He is a freshman at Dorsey Jr. into her dress. She was presented -community by caring! for and t
"ilth. placing children with adoptive
a Goal Heart Pennant.
and trad-
Annie Johnson enjoys collecting coupons Carl Spaulding was voted parents.

Ing stamps. She has won several prizes form her col- Kin g,of Hearts He was attiredin Mrs. Culmer is die widowof Lose to 6 poundsWEEKLY
lection. Annie's a senior at Booker T. Washington. white pants and a red shirt- the former Rector of St. up

These are only a few of the many hobbies you may He was presented with a silver Agnes Church, Miami, and

find enjoyable. The most popular among youth today I. D. bracelet. Runnersup'1 has five children. Her experience 1545 S. W. 1st StreetF

seem to be reading, dancing and singing. There are for queen were Yewrtda Davis and knowledge of church R 3-2748
many hobbies that may be more rewarding to you. Beginnow and Toy Lee Harris. They and civic affairs will be most CORPORATION
to an interesting hobby. Some outstandingmen were given Valentine candy. helpful to the work of the 7lt IISCMNE IlVD
and pursue women have attained fame and fortune with a Eva Lindsey 'was' voted Children's Home Society of DR. LONG'S CLINIC MIAMI, FLA 33131Fhon

hobby or vocation that became their life's work. the Sweetheart of Valentine's Florida. _. 7098846


Carver YMCAThe

Young Men's Christian
Association of Greater Miami

with its seven branches. Metropolitan -
board and Residence
Camp is engaged in a simul-

taneous membership round-up
campaign between the dates
of Feb. 7 and March 14. The
effort is called "Operation 6483TAFTST. PALM SPRINGS MILE 5757 N.W. 27th AVE. Bird Rd.
break-through" if organized 1375 W. 49th St.
W. Hollywood
as a wagon train with each Hialeah, Flo. MIAMI, FLA. fla. II
branch having a section witha 945-0381 21-1761 635-0736 635-0736 I 226.5631

definite goal. The sum of all
cooperating sections will de-
cide the fate of the effort to

break thy and through develop community a dynamic apa- MON. 10-9 THRU SAT. NO EMERGENCY NOT GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SU, :y

program countywide.The .
Carver Branch objec-

tive is 800 individual membersand

Alex goal W.is$1,000.under Brooks This the Section direction ambitious Boss.fo 10 PC. BEDROOM SUITE !

Mr. Brooks has divided the DEFIES COMPETITION AT THIS PRICE .
overall goal between four

wagons, making each respon-
sible for 200 members and

$2,500. His wagon bosses are j.
Miss Helen Dorsett pace setter -

Mrs. Clora M. Pearsall,
Sonny Wright, Earl Carroll and
Cleveland Turner-Clarence

Patterson.The .
branch kick-off meet-
ing was held with Moses L.

Perry as keynote speaker and
there has already been one

preliminary report meeting.Mr. .
Brooks is planning to report -
his section's goal as 25%'
completed by the first city-I
wide report.

The report meeting for all
units will be held at the International -

Branch on Monday,
Feb. 21 at 2 p.m. The International
Branch is located on the

Tamiami Trail and 21st Ave. DRESSER '' ,

All campaign personnel are .
expected to be in attendanceat
the Beef-Steak Dinner provided CHEST $
Master.by Dick Mead, Train PANEL HEADBOARD .._

Carver workers are to wear
the cowboy hats and blue 3 WALL PICTURES $119

neckerchiefs for identification

J lla" I

THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, February 18, 1966 15

FOR RENT REPAIRS Weald you like to leave year

CLASSIFIED Sewing machines repaired family a free and clear home If
Fugi.carport one for bedroom working apt.couple.with $1.95 including free belt and yea should die? If ao, call M

15 lORDS OR LESS $1.25. 5C FOR EACH ADDITIONAL lORD. 2331 NW 55th St.Man needle.Call Roberts 751-6186. OX 1-0262. I IlId.f.


HDDII n _ow I;wk. 1012 NW 75th St. PL CHOICE NW AREA


Miami. 6601 SW 62 Ct. CLOSING COSTS Modem BeautySee Room. A single. 4131 NW 11 HOMES FOR SALEOPEN

total.$200 down.Fresh' Lovely 2: bedroom CBS in best Cohen Ave. NE 3-6710. Call after 5

ainted. Die 100>:zl25* lot. location. Fla room. tile roof 2050 NW 95th street pan. only.

{er: 3733304. jalousie windows, :2 air conds. $400 down. $72 month SUNDAY
Big Rooms in new building. Hot
appliances. A bargain 758-8749
'BRAND NEW HOMES at $12,000 with $400- and cold water, telephone, We have the keys for oil FHA-VA Resale

Brooms 2 baths also 4 down and $69 month. FHA. Money Saves Money .good location. No fear of moving homes. Anyone can buy veterans or non-ve-

room 2 baths. Neither Ufo Realty Broker 4932 NW $1500 to $200 discount off for 3 to 5 years. $8 a wk. terans. $100 down from $68 month, 2-3-4 bed-
7th Call 371-7748.
g has ever been lived in. Aye. PL 94371. Open FHA prices if you have $3000
these 2 beauties at 1440 evenings. Sundays.A cash to put down on a CBS rooms, CBS, like new. ,Call now.0 .
152nd Terr. Only $300 home. 3 bargains to choose Nice clean furnished one bedroom -
------ -------
rfl to qualified buyer. No REAL FHA BARGAIN from. Call owner direct: 758- duplex. Living, dining,
kitchen bath. Couple. 4007 3 bedrooms 2 baths carport like new near
sing costs. $120 per mo. Fla room, tile roof, stove re 8749. ,
s i all. Call 238-4023 for in- frigerator lareg yard. This -- NW 23rd Ave. 888-6643. everything, schools, buses, church, shopping.

lion or better yet. come nice CBS home is only $10.500 2020 NW 96th street and OX 296 NW 46 Street.
Duplex efficiency.
with $350 down and CBS beauty land-
I and see them. $61 mo. on lovely
Ondef.) Keys at Life Realty Broker. scaped lot, tile roof, carport 6-2646 or 691-535. ------02 -------

4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371 hardwood floors only $400 bedrooms, screened porch, tile bath, large
1040 NW 35th St. Large one
the luxury home that has Open evenings Sundays down. $74 month if you want
bedroom duplex unfurru except yard, modem built-in kitchen all this for only
rything for the discriminateer something nice see this. Open
for and refrig. No
at 1147 NW 46th St. NO CLOSING COSTS 3 to 6 until sold. .For more stove $68 per month.
children. clean good
n for inspection Sun 1-5 Modem CBS fenced corner lot. formation call us at OX 1- area. $22.50 Very wk. A. Ben-Kori. 1351 NW 88 STREET
JB1-6902. tile roof jalousie window 0262. Biscayne Realty Inc.
Ph. a good buy at $9,800 with, 9635 NW 22 ATe Open nights 2243.Realtor call ayntime 751- 3 large bedrooms, 2 vanity baths, wall to wall

$300 down and $56 month. FHA and Sundays. carpet, modern built-in kitchen, large refri-
|95 down.Brand new! 3 bedr. Key at Life
Realty. Broker. One bedroom fum. apt.Duplex.No gerator, air conditioner, fenced yard & patio,
baths rms. 1930 NW 51st To 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371 1405 NW 84th Street
qualifying move right in.,Open evenings Smdays. $500 down for this lovely children very clean very on beautiful lake. Full price on $21,500 ,
quiet area. $20 wk. A. Ben-
J| immediately. JE 1-6902. home on a huge lot 83x143.
Kori. Realtor. Call anytime $1,400 down. Shown by appointment only.
NO CLOSING 2 bedrooms carport plus 2-
hi and 9001 NW 16th Ave 7512243.Room. Call to
This Spanish style CBS is car garage nice landscaping see.
[ houses side
and 3
spotless inside and ouU Carport and no qualifying. See this,
Call 635-8959.
side tile roof carport. refrigerator. 2 air con- then call OX 1-0262. Biscayne DUPLEX

rice age and, well terms.sprinklers.(Open FHA 1 to, ditioners, floor wall furnace to wall enclosed carpeting 9635 NW Realty 22nd Tnc.Ave.Broker Open Attractive fum. room in quiet 1 bedroom, each side, nicely furnished. Near

Sunday. Morris Shalomith, nights and Sundays. neighborhood priced from $7 bus & stores, only $400 down. $63 month.
porch. Located Allapattah. up. No extra charge for cook-
ker.1S4-3535. near everything. A ing. 2056 NW 5th CU PL 9- You can live rent free here. This is a nice
bargain at $11.000 with $350 Very nice 2 bdr CBS. floors- '
2665. home and income. Call now.
LIVE RENT FREE down and $68 month. Life wood cushion-vinyl new nylon -

75-77 NW 82nd St. CBS du-Realty. poker 4932 NW 7th wall to wall, wood panel Nicely fum. room with all modem LARGE HOUSE

e; 2 bedroom and 1 bed-Ave. PL 94371.A Fla room, 3155 NW 59th St. conveniences including 3 bedroom, 2 baths, hardwood floors, carport.
to suit. Dr.
.FHA $12.500 Seller Terms Yaeger. Jr.. extra large clothes closet
pays 759-6689.; Lovely Fla room, all large rooms. All of this
|I closing costs. Only $400 Real 3 Bedroom CBS Beauty and kitchen facilities. Call
$95 monthly pays alL This hone must be seen to be 7541452. for only $13,000 FHA. $450 down.
A Sacrifice. 20 CBS units.
with its
it one-live in other side appreciated extra

e. See today. Aetna Realty large carport fenced yard ment.All rented.Telephone$2900 down 377-4175 pay- Room. Gentleman preferred. HURRY, NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
ter. Phone 757-5724. 811 jalousie windows and many 751-1801.
54th sU Open Sat. A sun.other features. Price is only
$10.500 with $350 down and Room Private shower. $9.50 BUYS. WE HAVE OTHERS. DON'T DELAYE.
|BEDROOM $70.69 MONTH $61 month. Life Realty. Broker. Water-front home. Boating, wk. 75742987514309.New .
fishing from backyard.
325 NW 84th Tar ce. CBSbll 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL your bath HARRY DENNY REALTOR
3 bedroom. 2 large Fla
\ for FHA value 12000. 94371. Open evenings and 757-6754.
room. 23000. Duplex Apt.
lo closing costs. Only $400 Sundays.A 2 bedroom Tile bath

awn. Dont miss this one, 2 bedroom house. CBS air North Miami Beach Area TIP TOP REALTYCALL

etna Realty. Broker 811 NW Big 3 Bedroom CBS Bargain cond. chain link fence all Call PL 1-2768 or PL 1-2861

4th St. Phone 757-5724. Lovely kitchen with fancy around. R-2 lot. 5515 NW 6th 754-0483

pen Sat & Sunday V* cabinets jalousie windows Ave. $67 mo. Shown.by ap- .bedroom, house. NO children

big gas heater carport utility pointmenU 62+0730. Indf 2 people only partly fum.
3 BEDROOM-$350 DOWN room stove awnings spot- $17.50 per wk. 2258 NW 58th

[250 NW 86th street. CBS. less inside and ouU Price only TOtal $12.000 cash needed. SU -

le roof fenced yard. FHA $12.000 with $400 down. $68 $62 month beautiful 2 bed- --
11000. no closing costs mo. and seller pays closing CBS. with large Fla Duplex at 1132 NW 32nd SU,
onthly only $64.90. This will costs. Key at Life Realty. room.room. This is a spotless home One bedroom fenced yard

-n fast. Aetna Realty. Brok- Broker. 4932.NW 7th Ave. PL that is in choice location 757-0088. $17.50 per week. EDISON Specials
811 NW 54th Phone and refrig.
St. 9-4371. near 36th St. & 10th'Ave. N.W. stove
575724. Open sat and Sun. -- Large rear yard. A. Benkori. Rooms. Feel at home. Newly

3 bedroom. 2 bath. CBS New Realtor. Call anytime 751- furnished house. Quiet refinene
BEDROOM-$ 11,500 TOTAL just completed garage the 2243. ighborhood 10 minutes from THESE 3 OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
320 NW 86th Street. CBS latest creation in building shopping centers. Call 681-

le roof, neat as a pin. only Fla room built-in features 421 NW 6th Ave. 0643 between 8 ajn.and 2 p.m- 420 NW 45 STREET

350 down easy monthly of come out Sunday Open 1-6 East of 7th Ave beautiful 2 noon.
67.95. Seller pays all do.' pjn. 1428 NW 51st Terr and bedroom CBS full dining Lovely CBS, 3 bedroo., |1K both home with Fla room,

g costs. Buy today. Aetna our salesman will show you room huge Fla room freshly Nice room.. Lady preferred. dining roc, garage, awnings, tile roof, FHA tenns.

ealty. Broker. 811 NW 54th around. Fenster Realty. Broker. painted inside and out. Full 1961 NW 166th St., Opa-locka First H.e offered. Don't Miss A is.

reel. Phone 757-5724. Opent. PL 9-8779. carpeted hardwood floors or call NA 1-6115.

and Sun. stove refrigerator air con 365 NW 59! STREET
These FHA homes are for ditioner garage F1IA terms HELP WANTED

'300 DOWN-$59.12 MONTH sale now. Good deals. Small $12.500 only $400 down. I Want something site? See this CBS, 3 bedroom. 2

360 NW 87th Street. CBS. 2 down payment. Locations are Veterans only $200 down. Interviewers for radio survey I both hone, Fla room, carport, tile roof. $300 dowa.
drown. doll house. FHA. 535 NW 49th 51.2 bedroom ga Open Sunday 2-6. A. Ben-Kori door to door. Starting 6 p.m. FHA. No closing costs.
'otal $10.000. newly painted. rage. CBS. 1863 NW 88th Ter. Realtor call anytime 751- Car necessary. College background !

Filer pays closing costs why 2 bedroom double carport 2243. desired not essential
pt!! Aetna Realty. Broker CBS 4512 NW 21st Ave. Clean Hourly wage plus car ex- 335 NW 43 STREET

H NW 54th St.. Phone 757- 2 bedroom. 1892 NW 88 Ter. Want to look at a very nice penses. 681-7174. i $300 dowa, FHA, no closing costs for this large .....
724. Open Sat. and Sun. CBS. carport Fenster Realty small home? Good condition
Broker. PL 9-8779. partially fum. Large lot.Down Female. Experienced in al- with 3 bedrooas, 2 baths, garage.

1421 NW 90 STREETBS payment righU Price-reason erations. 758-3901. I

2 bedroom plus huge 3 bedroom CBS garage.sprink- able. Monthly payments set to DRIVE BY THESE THEN CALL EDISON :
la room, beautiful grounds, lers. comer lot. All fenced in. payoff in 15 years. Call me: Weekend. Sat. A Sun. Sleep in
>IA. 13750. Only $450 Completely fum. Drive by 98 Blackstone Realty Broker or out. Light housework.Miami f 180 NW 48 Street CBS, 2 bedroom, Fla roosi, go-

fn. No closing costs481.0S NW 52nd SU Then Call Fen- PL 8-7407. Eve: M. Bemey Beach. Call UN 6-3662. I rage, FHA terns.

fithly. a dream bouse. Aetna ster Realty. Broker. PL 9- 624-6983. t

alty.. Broker. 811 NW 54*I 8779. POSITION WANTED 118 NW 44th Street 3 bedrooms, 2 baths Can U
. Phone 757-5724. Open Sat. Direct From Owner2466NW91SU Former and salon
manager : sold oa FHA terns. Low dowa pay.eat.
d Sun. 3 bedroom. 2 bath. .CBS. reduced owner desire position as
Located al CBS 3 bedroom beautician.
price. New. manager or contact
00 NW 15 AVB-4450 DOWN 4250 NW 32rd CU Drive by $300 down $60 month Mrs. Underwood. P.O. 6520 NW 1 Place CBS e* large lot. $250 down,

ke new CBS. oak floors then call Fenster Realty. 758-8749 Box 215. Miami Fla. FHA. No closing cosh.

gc Fla room, workshop Broker. PL 9-8779.
IA. 13.500, monthly only special. Only $250 1760 NW 46 Street $7500 total. $2100 cash dowa,
[9.52. See it. But it. Aetna Attention!! Church groups that down and $49 month see this Dishwahers and kitchen help. $63 .0....
alty Broker. 811 NW '54th Have new
have to relocate. home with awnings
Phone kept Over 18 years. See manager.: I
for 75
t. and 9m.BEDROOM. 757-5724. Open building large enough also be included fence and large lot, no clos- Apply Holiday Cafeteria. 8288 6520 NW 1 Place CBS on large lot. $250 down,

k III tubers.for can kindergarten in- ing OX costs.10262Biscaync Call owners Realty agent Bis. Bid. I ndef. t FHA. No closing costs.

P 1V4 BATH Good deal. Call PL
come. NW 22nd Ave Broker
p NW 93rd Terr. CBS. 9-8779. Ask for Murray. Open nights and Sundays. WIGSFANTASTIC Monday- 2001 NW 83rd Terrace $56/8 pays everythlag. CBS
]earn house. FHA total SALE. $8900 total. Only $970 down, BO qualifying.
3,000 no closing costs. Owner Sells Direct Lot. 50th St. and 23rd Ave. Feb. 14 thru Sat., Feb.. 19.
Iy $400 down. Street Black brown and red wigs
$76.79 339 NW Call 635-0222-
t 119 NW 50 Street CBS duplex. $2000 down 10
'is one will go fast. Call $300 down $39.95. Blonde $69.95. Hair ,
w. Aetna Realty Broker 758-8749 Veterans $200 Down pieces. $10.95-15.95. All qualifying. Mostly famished.

1 Nw 54th $u Phone 757- We have lots of homes for 100% human hair styling also
24. Open Sat. & Sunday. Richmond Heights.New Liberty veterans 2 and 3 bedroom available. Exotic Fashions of WE ARE OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY

City. Southwest and North in location fora Miami 16012 NW 27th Ave.
homes in close BEING DISPLACED? $100 DOWNARE
lose to Edison High School west section $100 down tital of $200 down this is ()p -locka.
orida room, screened front up.Mar-Dan Associates Real- all it takes for a veteran to LEGAL NOTICE

en, tile roof. 2 air conds.. tor.Hl 52557.: buy a home today. A. Ben- Intent to engage in fiber-glass

f IUo wall carpeting. This Kori Realtor. Call anytime. business under the name of U-
ely| CBS home is a real Duplex. Exceptional value. 751-2243. Mold. 2040 NW 17th St. Don EDISON REALTY Realtors

1 buy at $12.000 with $400 2 bed 2 bath each aide Lock wood, sole owner. Noticeof
Vfl and $74 month. FIlA.fo maybe used as 4 income units Sharp 60 bonnevilie hardtop. under
NW intention to register N.W. 62nd St 7512441l
Realty. Broker 4932 NW 18900. Very clean. 2496 Beautiful air card; all-power fictitious name law U-Mold-It 175
A.e. PL 94371. Open 35th SU Mar-Dan Associates loaded with extras. Best cash Rent-A-Mold.
Mold it yourself
aya. Realtors, HI 52557. offer. UN 5-7848.

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I 16 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday February 18 1966 I

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ATTENTION "''J ir !uu 3n (Otourrh: '& ri :, ., ;,*


news for publication -

issue must In the.bo currontweok'n In our office I SPEAK FOR CHRISTIAN YOUTH

'no later than 7o'ciockMone

day evening. Publication of The youth of today arc surrounded of this participation is not t Christian and Christian youth
received after that i
now by so many problemsand there. At this particular age i I cannot be movitated to per-
time cannot be guarantood. I temptations until it is all beliefs and ideas, activi form by ancient rules and

difficult, almost impossible, ties and functions must have a i I ideas.

without a guiding hand to know high degre of reality and in i

which direction they should terest. The youth must feel 1 I From personal experience

ST. JAMES AME follow. The programs of International confident that through partial, I feel that the youth of the BETHLEHEMRev.

Christian Endeavor pation he will learn better
church do than
any Oscar West, pastorM.
Rev. J. B. Blacknell
Bert Cooper, reporter, pastor are excellent'tools of guid- ways of living; that he will i other group to influence non- T. Hopkins, reporter
ance. become a part of a society christian youth. When I was

One of the classic Teenagers today are termed that is competent to cope with i younger I attended church "The Lord will Make A
most :
and rewarding spiri ual"eyentsredcircled \, by adults as being rebillious; .y } all situations presented and because my mother required Way" was the topic of Sunday

on St. calendar 'but, they should realize that ;. ,5:+ above all, he must be able to me to go. I had no particular morning sermon, from the text
is 'during this period the teen ".' sense the value of individual interest there, mainly because "If a man die shall he live
That .
population particularly needs ':, accomplishments in these I didn't completely understand again? AH the days of my appointed
day is here, Sunday, Feb. 20. ; ,.' : R.IgcnfM :,..:;,.
The beautiful new edifice will]| wholesome activities to occupy "t y"....( areas. Christian Endeavor what was going on. time wi I I wait, till

be the scene of an all-day their spare time. would t '.) ."fool''t .,S. "JC week has offered us an opportunity It wasn't until some of my own my change come.*' Job 14:14.
like to stress that this d to secure youth commit. friends of persuadedme The pastor left this question
group my age
worship and friendly fellow- .. Of ,. .,.; from with
< ments youth. the the congregation: Are
shipping.St. or so-canea rebels, tnougn -" --- to join youth group
James, noted for its small in number, are at times ANITA McORUDER I believe that if more members that I really began to firmly you a praise of God or a

fine religious services and very influential on the majority. -ter of teens today. of the elder generation of grasp the true meaning of worshipper or a servant? A

friendliness will extreme be The guiding hand necessaryto Youth should be urged to the church would cease ignor- Christian citizenship. When I true Christian should be all

welcoming back former mem- give the majority the will take an active part in the many ing and scorning youth, for began to participate in Sun- three.Bro.

bers and friends, and two of to stand fast on their beliefs church functions-the Sunday what they do and don't do; if day school and youth group Ernest Walton and

ger favorite sons-Rev. S. A. and to interest the minority in School, Youth Choir, Usher they took a little more time activities, and attend conventions Co-Workers will be having a

Oay and Rev. J. J. Williams. these ideals I can be found Board and other areas of and patience, to guide and I was motivated to the; food sale Saturday at his home

Rev. Williams, pastor of Met through good Christian citi Christian activity. counsel them without being point where I enjoyed every 3151 NW 61st St.
zenship. overbearing; if they would aspect of churchsponsoredevents. You are always welcome to
Ills opinion that.
ropolitan AMB Church will my many
There is an ultimate need just take a few minutes to I became aware of the attend our services.Our .
.be in the p.m. < people fail to participate
pulpit at 7 with young
plan, and sit in on a youth decision pastor is attending th e
his congregation and choir. for assistance beyond paren-j in the Christian activit!. great satisfaction that came
tal guidance to aid the youth there would be har- from actual participation. The East Coast Association of the
Rev. Oay of Mt. Hermon i]les of the church and community -
Opa-locka, along with his con- 'of today. Planned programs to because the interest mony and understanding between knowledge I gained has givenme Ministers and Deacons Union,
i interest in the two groups. a sense of direction which Riveria Beach, Florida.
gregation will be the guests at youth exploring!that should be present, to
wider dimensions of Christian has guided me to understandthe The young people of the
3 p.m. ,stimulate them to the point Planned activities for youth
'citizenship are in value of moral and spirit church are planning for their
Come worship, fellowship necessary where they will really visualize worships should be centered
'developing the moral charao ual instructions of the church. Youth Day, March 27.
and dine with us Sunday all ] the worth that will come around modem themes. Non-



sented its anniversay and A. M. Griffin, pastor CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST Shipp Lousie McGriff, reporter
Founders Day Tea last Sunday A. L. pastor H. J. Benson, pastor
Sis. C. Myles, reporter Elder J. C. Jackson
afternoon. Mrs. Miriam Martinis pastor Sis. Evelyn L. Souter, reporter Flossie Marshall, 'r reporter Again we were blessed by

president. Mrs. Willie Hue Services were especiallyhigh P. Seabrooks. reporter. Services were spirituallyhigh All of Salters Chapel along the Lord. We have so much to
The Mother's Board is
Jamison presided over a well 1 all day Sunday. Elder J. and very all day. Our pastor will with the pastor rendered service thank the Lord for. We had a
proud grateful to
presented program. Refreshments Wilmot' delivered the morning complete success form the leave this week for the Assoc at Hurst Chapel Sunday wonderful' day at church last

were served in the par- messacft and the juniors serv Influence Drive. iation which will be held i in morning. A wonderful service Sunday. The morning message

ish hall.
Mrs. Martha Nicholson, The evening message was spiringly brought by our pas Pastor's Aid Union will tended. minister, Rev. Jenkins. At

chairman of the FerbuaryItesand delivered by Elder Weather- tor. His subject was "AwakenThe meet at the church at 3 p.m. Sunday at 3 p.m. the Missionaries 3 p.m. the junior choir had its

her group' will be selling spoon, an associate ministerof World to Christ." Other Sunday.No. and the Crusaderswill anniversary which was a suc

dinners and barbecue Saturday. 1 New Providence Baptist guest participants on program 1 choir will have a program have a program of various s cess. Litte Robert Brown

A night of games will be held I Church. Both preached out of were the Mt. Sinai Gospel Singers the second Sunday in speakers. Come and hear was crowned king of the choir,

that night at 1730 N.W. 70th I their souls. and Mrs. Minnie Pittman. March at 3 p.m. for our Wo them. The pastor is asking and Little Mammie Lee Wil

St. You are welcome. The men are working very Prizes were given to cap- man's Day. Your Humble Servant that all budget money be paid hams was crowned queen .,

1 hard to make Men's Day a success tains who expended the most was elected chairman and by the fourth Sunday- Earl The pastor brought the I i''

so women, please get influence in helping to make chairmen are Sis. Andersonand Glenn and Johnathan Thurs- evening message which was

GRACE i behind'the men and help them the program successful. First Sis. Collins. ton are making great plans for aonther great one.

PRESBYTERIANti; make this Men's Day one prize went to Sister Ola Jack iVisitors. are always wel Men's Day. Remember the sick and

at we all can be proud. son, second prize to Sister come. Remember the sick and I shutins and those who have

We are highly grateful for All members and friends Emma Cobbs, and third pnizeto shutins in our prayers, especially I lost some of their loved ones.

our guest speakers of last and especially teachers of the Sister Bessie Reynolds. Sis. A. K. Brown, in MT. ZION AME

Sunday. In the morning we enjoyed !Sunday School are requestedto Returns for the day were the passing of her brother in Rev. Milton Fayson, pastor
Donald W. Jones, president ,:< attend Bible Class Thursday Jacksonville. NEW MACEDONIAThe
of the NAACP of $314.Mother r OpalockaWe
nights at 8 p.m. Willie L. Harris,
Miami; and in the evening we Remember to pray for and sponsor and chairman Mother observed a successfulFirst pastor wishes to

were privileged to have Rev. visit the sick and shutins. FIFTH CHURCH OF f quarterly conference with thank: each and everyone who

Henry Kunce, | pastor of the our illustrious presiding elder, supported him on last Sunday

Southminster Presbyterian MT. CALVARYRev. McGHANEY SPEAKSCast CHRIST. SCIENTIST IX. J. A. Kooeris, :aunaay, ;afternoon at the Day Spring
. Church. Baptist Church. He preachedout I
Feb. 13. He commended the
, This Sunday morning we Samuel Atchison,, pastor me not away from thy 1600 NW 54th Street members officers of his soul.
pastor, and
are looking forward to a great" Rev. Bradley and his congregation presence, and take not thy for their fine reports. The No. The month of March will I be
Holy Spirit from me. Psalm The service to be read in
worship service. And this
Sun- I will be at Mt. Calvary 2 usher board served for the 'a very busy one. Watch for
day afternoon from four to six, 1742 NW 3rd Ave., Sun 51:11. all Christian Science Churches first time and was superb. 'events that will take place.
the adult choir will present a jMusical I may not can sing like this Sunday is on "Mind."
(: F Tea, under the direc- Angels, nor can I preach like This lesson i is the last in a
tion of Mrs. Ursula Higgs, i invited to come out and help, Paul; but I can say with all series exploring the nature of MEN'S DAY AT News From
make the No. Usher Board
choir director, and Mrs. Louise my heart, Christ died for us Diety through group of spec

Faniel, choir president.On I anniversary a success. all. So you can see for yoUfooselves ial terms-Life, Truth, Love, MOUNT OLIVETTEMt.

the fourth Sunday is that no man is greaterin Spirit, Soul and Mind. Olivette Baptist Church South DadeBy

Men's Day with Mr. Herschel TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. the sight of God, than the All are welcome to attend: will celebrate its 16th annual
Peterson in charge fcr the other. Oh yes! Some of us Men's Mrs. Susie Williams
services Sunday 11 a.m., Wed Day Sunday, Feb. 20.
with Harold L. A. Thompson, pastor have that feeling, but we must Services Mt.
Higgs as co-chair-]1 nesday 8 p.m. The public is The services for the day at Mori ah
Remember The male chorus will sponsor forget that feeling, here and Baptist Church inspiring
man. you are always also invited to visit our Read promises to be both stimulat were very
welcome at Grace. Come I dinner sale at the church now, if we are hoping for a ing Room Monday nad Friday ing and inspiring. Rev. William last Sunday. The sub-
and bring friends 1 this Saturday beginning at greater tomorrow. Rememberthat ject for the morning
your to worship 1 to 3, Wednesday 6 to 7:45. Washington, pastor of the, message
and fellowship.METROPOLITAN. 1 1 high noon. Donation one dol Christ said in his own New Philadelphia Baptist was "Hide Thyself."

lar. words, that we must love one Church will deliver the morning Mt. Moriah hopes to be
Services on Sunday will be another. We must start now breaking
address. The New Providence ground for a new
AME as usual. The Rev. Joseph to let our fellowmen see the TRANSFIGURATIONLENTEN Baptist Church Male church site. All members are

Smith missionary of the Atlantic light of the Holy Spirit shin asked to in their
Rev. J. J. Williams, pastor Chorus will be in charge of get pledges.
.ing through So until later
Coast Baptist Association us. a SCHEDULE OF the music.

will be the preacher at ''date, if God's will, thanks for SERVICES Miss Viola
The pastor is requesting The evening speaker will be Taylor was
11 a.m. 'reading and my prayers for all Rev. Leholden down from Chicago, 111. two
all members to be present for Dean, who is ,
It good to have at''of you. Shrove Sunday. Burning of
was weeks
quarterly conference on Friday associated with the Ebenezer visiting her parents,
worship services last Sunday palms and Penetential office, Mr. and Mrs.
Methodist Church. Music to be Eld Taylor.
evening. All presidents and
Mrs. Mary Saunders, Mrs. Mae 8 p.m. followed by the traditional
furnished by the male choirof
boards please have your writ BROWNSVILLE
Mortimer, Mrs. Rosa Taylor pancake supper. Mt. Olivette. Mrs. Alma Williams has returned
ten reports and seats on hand.
This is the first quarterly conference and Mrs. Catherine Bush. BAPTISTRev. ashes Ash Wednesday.and Low Mass Impositionof 7 The public is cordially invited from QJatm an, Ga.,
the a.m.
have all been on
They to worship with where she attended the funeral
of the year, so let's The Angelus and Imposition of us. -
Phillip H.
sick list. Cooper, pastor
services of Mr. Tom
mane a goou
>This will be 12 noon. Solemn Mass
a treat
On Sunday morning the pre that and Imposition of ashes, 8 Jones.
you afford
ZION HOPERev. to miss.
siding elder Rev. J. A. Rob- p.m.
erts will deliver the Sister Doris 0. King is sponsoring HOLMES SICK:
message. Friday. Low Mass
Paul Freeman, pastor a musical a.m.
All members and friends program at Roosevelt Bud Williams isa
are Elizabeth Jackson, reporter Brownsville Baptist Church Stations of the Cross, 8 p.m. Cub Scouts of'pack
invited to'como out and wit 95 patient at Jackson Memorial ,
One of the captains of the 2775 NW 60th St. on Feb. 20 at Holmes culminated
ness a spiritual treat. The Boy Hospital; Kary Russell is a
No. 1 choir will have a car at 3:30 p.m. Some of the Scout Week activities J
most hav-
Gospel Choir will sing. patient at Kendall Hospital
wash March 12 at the church talented FIRST BAPTISTRev. ;
choirs and soloists of ing a Blue and Gold Banquet
Sunday afternoon the pas- Mrs. Dorothy Mae Stringer is
5129 NW 17th Ave. All car our city will 'held in the
appear on this cafetorium
W. M Davis Fridav.
tor and members will ge the pastor at Community Hospital. Mrs.
will be
washing $1.00. program. Some of the choirs February 11. The
guests of Rev. Preston, pastorof There will be a preaching and |Mrs. Donella Turner, reporter parentsof Laura Adger and Mrs. Channie
persons the cubs
appearing on the
accompanies then
Peaceful Zion Church. Richardson
are recuperating at
contest Feb. 22 on behalf of program will be St. Matthews. The Rev. Lewis, pastor of to the banquet.W. .

Sunday night the pastor and the No. 1 choir's anniversary. New Hope No. 2, Jorflan Grove Mt. Olivette Baptist Church of Fuller, District 10 Boy home.

James congregation AME Church will go Rev.t9 St.J. if you miss hearing these j No. 1, Mi. Tabor No. 1, Church Fort Mitchell, Ala., will be i Scout executive gave timely .

young men you will ,miss a of Prophecy No. 1, New Shiloh the guest speaker at First i remarks. Mrs. Crowder expressed

B. Blacknell, pastor. treat. Everybody is invited. No. 2, Mrs.,Gertrude Perkins Baptist. You are invited to..I her appreciation to the .
Everyone please live up to The pastor is askimg all to Baldwin Hepburn and Linten I hear: this great preacher. We 'leaders of the pack and to the to the parents who gave untiring -

, your church obligations and pray for the sick and shutins Berrien. The public is invited I invite you to worship with us I parents. and unslefish service to
' make this big and the bereaved families. make the banquet an over-
a day. to attend this program each Sunday all day. Special thanks are extended whelming success.


I .',( -

Bishops' Council to Meet........................___ _____ uu,___ d__ THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 18. 1966 17
IME I I t t 1 a ti

in South Carolina I .

I The Winter Session of thops' h e ca. The Sesquicentennial ad-. t
Connectional Court- {
erLWviUbAivcn by Dr. A.
of the African Methodist t J. ) Chicago.
Jiscopal Church will co nAnother great social event i
ic in Columbia, S. C. at t that is being arranged for the & 'ty

thel Church, Feb. 22241th ,, pleasure and enjoyment of
| Rev. J. A. Holmes, host t everyone will be the Sesquicentennial -' '
Istor, Dr. B. C,.Cunningham,. Tea, 4 p.m. Wed.
|st presiding elder and Bish- nesday at the Episcopal Residence -
Carey A. Gibbs, host bish- 2522 Brrhanmllfl Road.

'Since the beginning of the VIZCAYA ON TODAY TV \
Iganiztion, the church has
ected 84 bishops, beginning! Vizcaya, Dade County's etc1cw\
|th Richard Allen. Currentle t historic Deering estate, will
| church has nineteen bish.s be the setting for NBC-TV's
four of whom are serving![ Today show Feb. 23.Thehwrandahalf. ,'
|overseas areas. telecast
South Carolina is making: was filmed here Feb. 12 with <
I eat preparation for the enter*.host Hugh Downs and Aline \
lament as well as enrich- Saarinen, the show's art critic, '
Bent of the thousands of visirs 'on camera to describe thee
| who are expected to b I,stately Historic House and
i attendance at the Council. formal gardens.
In recognition ,of the BOth' Included in the program is
iversary of the AME Church Downs interview with Vizcaya

ieat plans have been mader director Jefferson Warren and .,.{.. NF .
| a Sesquicentennial celelation a tour of the elegantly-furnish-.-- -_. -
of African Methodism,
ed rooms by Mrs. Saarinen.
AT FAMUPictured here
cheluled for Tuesday night
"We feel
leb. 22, featuring Morris cultural attractions that the area's A&M University students re-
Edward Waters and needed a SACRIFICE Who in American and
own, larger role in Greater Miami's Colleges
fllen choruses, three of the tourist promotion program," $8.500 were honored at the 1966 annual
est singing groups in Ameri- Seated from left to right De-
said Miami-Metro Publicity and with 6 per cent interest. tare:
Tourism Director Lew Price, ver JunctionJoseph Latta, Spring
|T. TABOR BAPTIST who arranged the network film- $500 DOWN Brown Fort MyersBishop Holi-
ing. Unfum. Rooming house. 1st.'f'; Margaret Percell, Miami; Ronald

Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor Built by the late Interna- Clean, quiet, 5 bedroom, ; Mary Lou Coleman, Tallahas
tional Harvester tycoon James 2 both, "'nt. Income pro. Tallahassee; Blanche Hammonds,
Bring ye all the tithes intoe Deering at a cost of $9 millionthe perty. Come Sunday. 8013 Blackshear, Tallahassee; Betty
storehouse, that there estate is now owned by
maye Nw 14th Place. ; James Monroe, Tarpon Springs;
meat in mine house, and Metropolitan Dade County. It
Feb.18Jack's ; Rosa Storr, Miami; Bar-
rove me now herewith. Malahi is visited annually by thou-
| 310.: sands of vacationers and resi- ; Gloriden Johnson, Jacksonville;
Dinners will be sold at the dents. Augustine; Kenturah B. F. Dray-
lurch Saturday, Feb. 19. For and Jacqueline Tucker Orlando.

Jelwery call 6918732.The .
members of usher board
o. 2 will observe their anni- I
mary the third Sunday in
larch.Rev. Stepherson, pastor SEE "MR. JACK"
pf Antioch Baptist Church of FOR Red HotSPECIALS
Itownsville will be guest minister STYLES FOR ALL ACES
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10 TUPUIAUI rt are. Friday, February Ifl, 19&6

[HEWS FROM m AND I Carver Gators Recroitmg Tampa

AROyHDltHF IAHAMAS9SnMJMM Ranches A i Negro Cage WhizReports

from Gainesville interest in Wright.

WtaMM.wWVlT) fc oMa in 0111 pi liejalpl. IU ifcgfcumfr** ** News this week indicate that the "lie's a heckuva player.
University of Florida will There is no question about

111 sign a Tampa Negro basket- his ability to play ball/*
: "5ir Wo Bow -
Althea Bethel |t.r --
38, a resi- George Russell walked out ball player to a scholarship. Sloan was quoted as saying.
dent of [Martin Street, Nassau, of the ,Supreme Court a free, The South Broward VFW Sloan reported that Wright

was the first traffic fatality of ,man Jan. 2p, after a Supreme,I Post will not hold its regular David Lee Wright a 6-3'x4 had not taken the College
th "'lew year. She vas knocked 1 Court jury voted 8-4 for his,, 'meeting this Sunday. The com- inch forward at Blake High Board tests all high school

,down by a card; driven by ad- acquittal on a burglary charge i I mander, adjutant quartennas- School is the player. seniors take, but he is taking
ley Henry Butcher on Jan. gi i Russell was found on the{ ter and other officers and members This season Wright Is''them this week.

and was rushed to the Prin- night of Nov. 26 by Mrs. Marietta will attend the District averaging nearly 27 points Sloan was quoted as saying -

cess maragret Hospital where, Smith and her brother, meeting in Key West. 6 per game. i "If he makes the grade
she dried two days later from sleeping in Mrs. Smith's beat d I: I Florida Coach Norman the
********** I injuries sustained in the ac"' Mastic Point Andros. The i ;} Sloan has confimgnd the Gators him."

cident. rear of the house had been ii i Star Light Lodge No. 542 c
broken into. The police was i meets Friday night at 8 pun.rat .
The first raffic light in called./ All that they found the Masonic Hall on Pembroke ? '>a'
Nassau was turned on at the Russell was a stick of dynamite > Road. 1
corner of East Street and Russell, told the court ; ; :'
********** : :
Wulf Road on Jan. 9 at 7 a.m. that he had been fishing the ?\ EyIJIN : !
It attratced a large number of j
previous day and had sold all I The beauticians of Hallan- i 4-h
spectators all (lay and until his fish. He had a variety of dale and West Hollywood are .k. : ; ,,!("i'o f

far into the night. Several drinks, and the next thing he* thanking all their patrons and ;<1rd::;

members of the Traffic Authority knew, it was the following/ friends who helped to make : ::' i'
the olice Force Traf- day and he was in jail at Nic- their dance a success last FCHANNELMASTER
fic Department and the Bahamas alls Town. lie did not Saturday night at the Big rt 01

Electric ty Corporationwere ber being in the Smith home. Bamboo Club in Hallandale. r
present when the Hon. : ; 70
*****.****** ********** q :j
eoffrey Johnson! Minister a a-. __ : ; ,' J :
for Road Traffic and Records, Mrs. Eleanor V. Bowe celebrated When Howard University / t TAKETWO:; ; ; Y I If
switched on the light. Hopkins, 42, was her birthday, Feb. 18 at coach Clarence Pendleton I ;
sentenced on Jan. 20 to 12 her home in West Hollywood.' describes tho'newest memberof i
********** months imprisonment for kill- his PORTABLE RADIO/PHOHO l l
varsity team as having f K
ing during dangerous driving ***.*****. the "best form" of
of ,
The Kiwanis Club of Nas- in a manner dangerous to the natators ever to come under i ;
sau has planned to raise public. Christopher Sears, 9, The Rev. I. W. Hepburn, his tutelage, most listenersare : : fJ:: ,1
$42,000 to build a new Child- was killed last Sept. S by a pastor of Star of Bethlehem inclined to the

ren's Emergency Hostel. The car driven by Hopkins.He said, Baptist Church West Holly- observation as just accept anotherof >. ...i1...................... ._ .f\.
a bug into his wood, is suffering from a '::::::::::::::.y.' }
purpose of the project will be got eyes, cawing the performance-inspiring ::, ,:: -I, ;:: : ;"
"to take the accident. sprained leg which has been k1t, ... ,"
care of all waifs and cliches so prevalent in the : \ti: : Ji'? i
in .
strays that are found by the ****....**.. put a cast.Smiling -oachn"___nn.; .r.-----_.. ..-.:.._.... n............ .Inn'...... .:'1 -,t' ''':
police until 8 ; ::.
they can be relo- at Howard's newest athlete '.r. : ,, rootO'6.
Nathaniel 'f. """ "A'"
catcd to their Green, 26a ferry --
guar- readily
boatman, has been charged I II II It supports Pendleton'scontention
or suitable institut- however. -t
tions with fatally stabbing 18-year- SJ
said the spokesmanfor The athlete under discussion jj ".
the club. w $D83ArAYc ?
Cecil Gray at Paradise I is Sandra Ann Arring-

*.*....*** Island on Jan. 20. prelimi- t i ton, an 18-year-old coed,from Enter The Royal Crown Hair Dressing
nary hearing was set for Feb.
Columbus, Ohio, who is already -
Pierce Philistine, a Hait 11. Gray was a mate on one I assured of earning a GOOD GROOMING SWEEPSTAKESIt's
ian, leaded guilty in the Supreme of the glass 1 bottom boats op varsity "II' as a diver on theBisons'
Court on Jan. 13, to the erating between Nassau and championship swim-. the Royal Crown way of saying"than
fatal shooting of Paradise Island. ming team. Here's rooming using America's favorite good
Lucienne Ri- your
products. Enter often. make
dore, and was given a five- ************ Form-wise, Sandra is a chance to win your chances of winning better. There's
prison sentence. The incident statuesque 5-foot-6H coed your own portable nothing to buy. just use official entry
occurred last October at West Lance Sargeant Malcolm''rIJ whose good looks cannot help radial phonal blanks available where Royal Crown products
End, Grand Bahama. Philis- McKenzie, 44, chief drill instructor but prejudice judges from the are sold or at your radio station. A
tine told the court he shot the of the Bahamas Police moment she steps on the winner a week. for four weeks. Hurry
woman because she called hima Force Training School, diving board. Off the board, and enter today!

"thief" during a squabble.. died somewhat suddenly at Eddie Leo Pittman,her form is equally good. She

......." Princess Margaret Hospital. A popular local businessman, is has won two of her three varsity I 'ii'
native of Bluff Cat Island the owner of the Dive-Inn Bar competitions to date, and, ..we
HaIcottHunter,31 :'Sgt. McKenzie served with the 1772 NW 79th St. Phone is' as a freshman, has three more
a cripple
for 23 years, died Jan. 10 j Bahamas Battalion during, 691-9431. lie invites all his years to develop. ROYAL CROWN ROYAL CROWN
Princess at World War 88 in the Middle old friends to come and meet In two rneeu last month HAIR. DRESSING AND SHAVING POWDER AND ROYAL CROWN ROYAL CROWN
East, leaving with the rank of BERGAMOT STICK POMADE
An attack of typhoid fever new friends. Everyone welcome. against Georgetown Univer-
at Lance Corporal. He joined the sity and Lyncoming Collegeof
age of eight left him an "'fuIlJil Il4 -
Bahamas Police Force in
invalid for life. His 1946 Pennsylvania, Sandra won 1 u
only and worked up to Lance Sar first-place honors. Against WMBM
means of transportation UHfDlJID iIIDK
an old wheel chair was geant in 1964. He is survivedby Hampton (Va.) Institute last
only and his his wife, Winifred, and two All voters who have moved in Saturday, she finished third.
means of livelihood was daughters. An ,I __ _
aunt Mrs. Ellen -
begging. The Kiwanis Club tile past year should call the
Wallace, and a cousin, Mrs.
gave him a brand Voting Registrar's Office.
new wheelchair
Marian Atwell
came from Miami -
last December, and there 3777501II I ,
I to attend the funeral.
I '
were always'some people who :EASY, TEMMS :s IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
gave a helping hand. ............

... ,
............ The iii ; \ '
Bahamas will changeto .. SMALL.. PAYMENTS. : I ;.' BIGGEST TRADE-INS
the dollar (decimal) currency YEARS Of RESPONSIBLE '. -.s--\' : '. :
David Simpson, a Jamaican on May 25. On that date the BUILDING SERVICE TO r -

was fined $700 Jan. 22 seven-shilling dollar will become THE COMMUNITY STEREO LPS
for FREE' $50 ...
possession of marijuana the official currency of RECORDS' .
valued ax $1,500. Simpson the colony. The pound, shillings Wit. BUYING r BUILDING ,
flew to Nassau from Jamaica 1 and pence will still be
the night before and was nab1 legal tender until Nov. 25. CALL STANLEYPL

bed at the International Air- Thereafter they will be exchangeable ''=- '"
port by Customs Officers' at the Treasury or ,a I-3.H "
George Gibson and Bernie 1 banks until further notice. Beautiful Homos -
Evans. They found 13 pack- Built en Your Lot
ages cut into a lightweight or Our G'.I

sleeping bag Simpson carried Attractive Alt..-
over his arm. Simpson was to floss and Additions

take the stuff to Freeport, .Lot Us Demolish
Grand Bahama. MARY LEEEMPLOYMENT Your Warn OutHouse -

and Build a r
************ 2.onfU
Lovely Now Home ,
Call Us for Facts About
Surrey driver Howard Smith, 12391 NE 6th Avtnue Building _
who has been selected to drive
Queen Elizabeth and Prince ,75185097515211 Good Bank Financing %%
Philip to the Bahamarama dis- COME IN OR CALLtcookshousek.spsrsy. LL
play during their visit to Nas- TANLEY BUILDERS, .

sau on Feb. 28, has been suf- day Inc.LICNs.d .
fering from influenza. He is workers, butlerchauffeur -.d.ICPX

expected to be in good shape couple urgently needed. lasvrtJMS WITHOUT "AD $259.95

before that time. N. E. 79th Street

*****.****. Miami,' florid. _

Six-wwek-old Bruce John- 198
son was stolen from his bed-

side of his mother, Cynthia =Dugies Guest Hous-.= WITH
Clarke during the night of Jan. TRADEFREE

18, while she slept. When the T.he house. vnytval, r rooms ;;
mother awoke in her Chipping- "K..; u.;AlntTnd- ". "
hart home the baby was mis- '- HOME I I I
better challenge I
sing. Wrapped in two blanketsthe A ,place we. you, to find'
Seeing It' believing''
infant was found in the, '
The receive I
eccoewnodatioetsyou ,
, cold about 40 feet in the rear '
t You find onlyln this brother .
r of the house around 6 a.m. CALL

The intruder gained entranceto OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY /- oral o LA n 1 ?Z.

the home by breaking the 2941 LW. 41111 STREET 634-3851 i /3 Mil
, bathroom window. The child MUNTZ

was taken to the Princess JAMAICA DUCIEAlway PL 1-8606 '

;: Margaret Hospital, treated and a friend 43 N.E S14 St,
I discharged.


THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, February 18, 1966 19hearing

Looking; the




More than 50 active major league players have w
jntered the 26th annual National Baseball Players'olf Miami's prominence as a golf capitol is being sub-
Tournament, Feb. 20-23, at the City of Miami stantiated by the schedule of big tournaments that will
ountry Club in Miami Springs. played here in rapid succession during the up-coming

I A late entry in the City of Miami sponsored tourna- weeks.First
Jent was Albie Pearson, two-time champion and run- there will be the baseball players, who will
erup last year by two strokes to Kansas City's Ken be the baseball players, who will be testing theri skill
arrelson, who tallied 301. against the controversial characteristics of a gol/ball.
) : Following the baseballers close enough to cause a traf-
J Kansas City manager Al Dark, who was third last
fic jam will be the annual North-South classic which
Bear is a four-time winner and a prime contender alongith
brings to Miami yearly golfers from every corner of the
San Francisco's Bob Shaw,who was fourth in '65. nation to play at) olf ar play in the sun. After this event
I On the entry list, too, are Zoilo Versalles of Min- the play-for-pay boys will tackle the Blue Monster at
esota and Brooks Robinson of Baltimore, the most Doral for the $100,000 Open early in March.
[aluable players in the American league the past two Striking putting poses are as- Fortunately for all these events they will be held in
: sumed by these charming golf enthusiasts while enJoying the most idealistic climate, which is just one of the
ears.The trophy for the winer the sun and fun in Miami prior to the openin componemts that make Miami GREAT!
of the 13th Annual North-South Golf Tournament at the
of the inter-league com- \1 1F
[etition has been named in City of Miami Country Club Feb. 23-27. From left ,

emory of George Jacobus, Nancy Taylor, of Miami Springs, Fla., Mary Minor of the Stilt Chamberlain's fabulous basketballcareer
ounder and director of the Wrt Cleveland, Jewel Allen, Miami and Rose Elder of shone brightly again Monday night, when he
vent each year until his 11r Washington, D. C. Rose, wife of two-time N-S pro erased a scoring record set by Bob Pettit, who is now
[eath July 22. champion Lee Elder has been established a pretourney retired. Pettit scored 20,880 points during his ten years
The other memorial favorite along with Ann Gregory, of Gary lad,, last with the St. Louis Hawks. The Stilt's feat of scoring

rophies are also up for year's I winner and defending champion. MiamiMetro 20,884 in seven years, will undoubtedly post a record
Irabs in the tournament: News Bureau Photo. that will be a challenge for many years to come.


;on,to the low scorer amonghe North South Golf Tournament Big Four of the handicap divisionFlorida'sKelso
and the other
managers; and California'sBold
Roman Brother and Convex
amed for Paul Waner, for Bidder-are among the 46 candidates for the
he Hall of Famer.. Personalitiesat
top $50,000 Donn Handicap March 12 at Gulfstream Park.
kr Strafaci director of the annual Doral will
Open Nominations to the Donn, released by Racing Se-
serve as tournament adviser. Hampton House cretary Edward McKinsey, show that of the 46 eligi-
Entries to date: Billy Herman (manager) and Diet bles to the Donn 36 also are named for the $100,000
Radatz, Boston; Harry Walker (manager) Don Schwall,, North-South Tournament New York, N.Y.; Joseph; Ma Gulfstream Park Handicap. The Gulfstream will be run
Bill Mazeroski, Andre Rogers and Roy Face, Pittsburgh; personalities staying at the kel, san Francisco, California two weeks later than the Donn, on March 26. The Donnis
Ken Johnson and John Blanchard, Atlanta; Mickey Lo- Hampton House are: William 0. ; Russell Mitchell, Indian at mile and an eighth and thus a perfect stepping
lich and Hank Aguirre, Detroit; Jim Hickman, Chuck Abernathy, Sr., Chicago, 111.;; apolis, Ind.; Donald Moore,, a
mile and
for the Gulfstream at a a quarter.
Herb Newark, N. J. Mrs. Geraldine stone
Brown, ; Newark N Hiller, Shaun Fitzmaurice and Jack Fisher, New Yor
Mrs. Nezelle Bradshaw, Chi- Nicholas, Gary, Indiana; Melt Bohemia stable's Kelso, five-time Horse of the
Mets; Steve Carlton, Barney Schultz and Tracy Stal- cago, 111.; Mrs. Jolyn Tabi- n Pope & Party, Boston, Year, and Briardale Farm's Convex, upsetter of Rpm'aBrother
I lard, St. Louis; Rollie Sheldon, Al Dark, manager; and .chau, Chicago, 111.; Lajoie A. Mass.; Dr. Andrew Roberts,, in the Seminole Handicap, currently are in
Harrelson, Kansas city; Tom Kelley, Cleveland; Johr Cooper, Hampton, Va.; Mrs, Washington, D. C..Roberi: Florida. J. R. Gaines' Bold Bidder, the handicap star
Orsino Cox Sonji R. Clay; New York;; Chicago, 111; James, ,
Buster Narum, Mike McCormick, Casey Ramsey of the west Coast, is at Santa Anita and will providethe
Charles Craig, Chicago, 111.;; Philadelphia, Pa.;;
and Jim Duckworth, Washington; Ellis and Ted Davidson Ragan intersectional flavor for the Donn.
A. Clark, St. Albans, N. Y.S;; Jackie Robinson, New York,,
Cincinnati; Charley Lau, Dave McNally, Brooks: other stakes winners named to the
Detroit, the
Fred Cox, Cleveland, Ohio;; New York; J. Reid, Among
Robinson, Andy Etchebarren, Stu Miller, Wally Hunker Ceasar Collins, Chicago, 111.;; Michigan; Harry smith, Newark Donn are Meadow stable's First Family, Gentilly
Frank Bertaina and Dave Johnson, Baltimore; Bob Shaw Fenton Meredith,Chciago, III.;; N.J. Rev. & Mrs. Carlyle Stable's Moss Vale, Ada L. Rice's Pia Star, J. A. La-
San Francisco; Jackie Brandt, Philadelphia; Hoyt WiU Orvelle Davis, Cleveland, Stewart, Detroit, Michigan, ccitiello's Slystitch and Patrice Jacobs' Turn to Rea-
helm and Gene Freese, Chicago White Sox; Bob Alli Ohio; Mr. Drew, New York. Charles J. Smith, Washington ___
son and Versalles, Minnesota; Pearson and Jack San- Mrs.Eula M. Denton, Brooklyn D.C.; Kiah Sayles, Ne-
John Edwards, wark, N.J.; E. Saitch, New son.High
N.Y.; Face
ford, Angels; Lou Clington, Yankees; Tommy Davis, Philadelphia Pa., Howard York, N.Y.; Miss Lauretta Scoring Mays'to
Los Angeles; Steve Hertz Houston. Gregg Tallahassee, Fla; Miss Seldon, Detroit, Michigan;;

"MINNESOTA FATS" TO PLAY HERE Loretta Gilreath, Springfield, George Treadwell, Englewood, Dillard in RegionalMays
Mass.; Roosevelt Goodson, N.J.; Miss Helen W. Tarpley
"Minnesota Fats" TV and movie star of "The Bronx, N.Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Memphis, Tenn.;clyde Tymony,, High, Dade County's Other pairings send North-
ustler" fame and world champion pool player who re- Raymond Gray, Cleveland, Chicago, III; Mrs. Theresa II. high-scoring basketball tear, western against Kennedy in
:ently made three movies shorts with Mickey Rooney, Ohio, Nathaniel Hamilton, Tabron, Detroit,. Michigan;, will face a difficult road to the Group 7, with the winner
Chicago, III.; Arthur High- Bishop F. B. Washington state tournament. meeting Blanche Ely in Pom-
such stars
Jilton Berle and James Garner, will play tower, Newark, N.J.; Andrew Brooklyn, N.Y.; L. Williams, Pairings released for the pano Beach. Group 6 at Dil-
nd celebrities in this area including Mayor Robert Hatcher, Newark, N.J.; William Cleveland, Ohio; Macon Wil- Florida Interscholastic Ath- lard pairs Carver and Fort
'ing High (Miami), Mayor Church Hall (Metro), former) Hudgins, N.Y.; Bob Hayes, liams, Newark, N.J.; Herb letic Association tournament Pierce Lincoln with the win-
ghtheavvweight champion Willie Pastrano and many Washington D.C.; Earl Jack- Wright, New York, N.Y. Jim- have Mays in Group 8-AA with ner playing Dillard. The
ther celebrities. $2.00 admission or $1.50 if bought son, Jamaica, Long Island; mie wilson Newark, N.J.; R. Booker T. Washington, Attucks' state tournament wit bo.heJd
11 advance. No seats, four shows daily, 4 Ed Jackson, Newark, N.J.: L. Wynn, Jr. Memphis, Term.; and Roosevelt. The tournament March 11-12 at Dillard.
reserve William Jones, Cleveland, Mr. and Mrs. James Wilker, will be played at Attucks Mays is unbeaten in regular -
m. 6 p.m., 8 p.m., 10 p.m., February 20 and 21, Ohio; Daniel Kean, PittsburghPa. Jamaica, N.Y.; Percy J. ,March 4-S. I season.
t Dade County Auditorium, Miami. "Minnesota Fats Vaughn, Jr., New Orleans, La.
illiard cues given as door prizes. Tickets can be had Charles W. Leather, Chicago -
i most leading pool parlors and bowling alleys and 111.; John Logue, New
>ade County Auditorium. York, N.Y.; Allen McKellar, TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO Now At The
St. Louis, Mo.;John McGowen, CHURCH SUNDAY
WILLIE MAYS SUPREMEWillie Chicago, 111.; B. F. McLaurin,- -Satellite

just signed his contract with the Giants for DOMESTIC RECONDITIONED -

two year period, 1966-1967 for the sum of 125,000.his PORTABLE ELECTRIC .
makes him the highest paid major league ball : J SDirect
layer in the history of baseball. If any player is delving SINGER

of this it's Mays. He loves the game and plays .J r. ON
off the
ntil l he be carried
is exhausted and has to
ield. Which has happened on a few occasions. ZIG i ZAG $ (88 ,. !fi"r;iJ, r to
Cassius Clay will' not marry his second wife un- BUTTONHOLE I / FULL

55 she wears a veil.HEAVYWEIGHT. AnACHMENT'P ICE EASY TERMS from the Cre- ,


22nd Ava.J lywood, California.
that Cassius Clay has been reclassified
championshipout DAYS ONLY, MIN.,TUES.,WED.
IS draft board the promoters of the
slated for Chicago may be sweating ,out from heren Every Nite' '
in. But it takes' time before he will be inducted. JULI
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an beat Clay. Angelo doesn't. This writer does not 'TAPERECORD ER',
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Mnk so either. Chris is interested on
the Beach auditorium and Ft. Lauderdale. : *

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