The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: March 4, 1966
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Vol. 43, No. 27 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1966 <

Urges Upgrading of Housing, 1/3 Subsa dard-I

Mayor Robert King High, itself to better itself."

taking note of the report of a High said, "I'm pleased
,oxu aca Wife Kills Husband When planning firm's recommendation with the report; we asked for

Monday, urged the upgrading it to learn those things that
of housing in Miami. need to be corrected. It Is incumbent -

She Catches Woman in Car Hunter Moss and Co., the through with upon its suggestions.us to follow"

planning firm, stated in a report
officer and The report suggested,
ment bv a rescue
Virgil Taylor, 38, was that one out of five dwel-
killed his wife, collapsed to the pavement among other things, increased
shot and by ling units-housing nearly a
when he insisted on standing. staffing of the Department of
Saturday night
Willene, 27, third of Miami's 338,000 resi-
lie died later at Jackson Neighborhood Rehabilitation,
him sitting
when she saw is substandard.The .
I with an unidentified woman in Memorial Hospital from two dents- more effective trash pick-up,

car. The shooting took placeat gunshot wounds in his chest. report blamed Miamifor improved lighting throughout

the Star Service Station, Mrs. Taylor told police she the condition and suggested much of Miami, and more street

NW 12th Ave. and 62nd St. saw her husband sitting withan steps for the city an other maintenance and repair.

i r< Mrs.Taylor, a Coral Gables unidentified woman in his public and private bodies to Full reports on the program
maid, who lives at 6722 NW car at the service station. She take for improvements. will be released on March 18,

10th Ave. has been charged said Taylor got out of the car High said the report is an said City Manager M. L.
started walking toward
v Rv'a i ir with first degree murder. and examining Reese.
told Miami Homicide example of a city
Taylor stumbled into a her. She
at 1108 NW Detective Mike Gonzalez she
U-Tofm Store
62nd St.Saturday night,wounded shot Taylor twice.
Truck Driver Dies in
and in a state of shock. She said Taylor had bought

He resisted first aid treat her the gun. I

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p. "" ""y.--,, -- -'" --- -' Crash -

IB/Names Negro to

Eddie James Madrid?22, truck apparently hit the curb of

of 268 NW 11th St. died Wednesday the median strip, blew both
when his panel truck left tires, bounced off and hit

Federal' Reserve Board flipped on the 36th St. over the The curb again.southbound truck

_, __ pass of the North-South Expressway
flipped end over, throwing
views of finance are said to throwing him throughthe
Madrid through the wind-
I-------------is be more in line with Presi- windshield. shield andfracturinghia skull.
views. His Highway Patrol Cpl. Ray
dent Johnson's
-- He and the truck landed in the
was not greeted Grimes said from the evidence:
Lovely Gloria Baker (center) came all the way of power Board on for the inflation Federal con-Reserve warmly appointed by Martin.In Madrid's liquor store delivery North-bound lane.

from Lincoln High in Tallahassee to take top honorsin trol, which is outside of President a discussion between

the North-South beauty contest at Manor Park last Johnson's direct con- Johnson and the chairman,
Martin is said to have urged Mother Gives
Friday night. At left is Altamease Smith from North trol.Dr.. Andrew F. Brimmer, the replacement of Balderstonwith African

Dade High who won third prize and Mamie Newkirk of now assistant secretary of a businessman to represent I

BTW High who was runnerup. House of Photography commerce for economic affairs the views of commerce Birth to Quintuplets I

photo. would succeed Vice and industry.The .
'Chairman C.Canby Balderston, Federal Reserve
His ..
one of. three" 'members who', Board, operates independentlyof EAST LONDON, south news. employers gave,
: voted with board chairman the executive branch and is Africa Quintuplets were him the rest of the day off 4"

K'fis R r : 2 rV/iifes to,''A AvodRepossession William McChesney Martin the dominant agency in con born to a South African woman 'from his $11.50 per week job

last December to raise the trolling the supply of money Saturday. Doctors said the to recover from the shock. ,

/ .Lr.' cost of borrowing money. and the level of interest of three boys and two girls, born

of Auto Presl tent Johnson amed the A nation.democrat, and joiningthe prematurely, were "doing Gets 20 Years ;
Brlnrner to the board Satur- fine."
._ _
>- three
The nude bodies of two Wainwright and Connor day. His appointment'could Commerce Department It was the first birth of
white men, shot and beaten to drove to Woodbine Friday, bring the seven-member board years ago, Brimmer has spent quints in South Africa. For Stabbing
had been told thinking most of his life on college
where they closer to presidential middle-
death, were found in the woods I; He is a native of The mother is a James Black, 37, was sen-
could be found, to either in the maintenance of interest campuses.
near Kingsland,Oa.,Saturday, Moore from Newellton, La., a graduate of aged African housewife, Mrs. tenced to 20 years in Florida
and a Negro was charged with collect car payments rates. University of Washington and Nogesi Gquzulu from Ketani, State Prison Tuesday for stab-
Moore or repossess his 1965 Johnson .-ieorouslyopposed Transkei province.The death numbers man
the killing. obtained his doctorate at in the bing to a
identified Oldsmobile, the deputy sheriff the rate increase but unableto combined weights of with turkey carving knife.
The dead men were force a change in the Roseh'O Harvard in 1957. As a Ful- a
.as Buster Wainwright, said. Bank order. Martin said bright scholar, he did graduate the five totaled 23 pounds. lie pleaded guilty to second
i about 50, of Jesup, a collector Chaney said he was told he was prompted by the fear work at the universities of All were born naturally.The degree murder, saying that he
for the General Motors Acceptance the men accosted Moore, who of inflation. Bombay and New Delhi in had tried to atop his wife
could superintendent of the numbers" for
told them he get some India. from "writing
and Troy liberal
Corp.; money in Folkston. Moore asked Brimmer's more local hospital said the multi- Lonnie J. Randolph and had
of Folkston, an
Conner 26,
Wainwright and Connor to ple births lasted a total of told Randolph to leave his

empl yee of an automobile follow him there. one hour and 10 minutes. home, 1621 NW 53rd St., where,,..
sales firm in Folkston. of While driving to Folkston, Changes StoryConfessesKilling "AJI are doing fine," h 0 the stabbing occured Sept. 10.
Moore 33,
Robert Felton
in Black said, "I asked himto
the deputy sheriff said Moore said. "They are at present
Folkston was identified as the leave and he wouldn't andI
apparently pretended to run incubators.
killer and arrested, Camden Malcolm X knife from the carving
out of gas and stopped in a The father, Tafini Mtuku- got
County sheriffs an and said "Man, are you
road out shoveling coal set
ditch on a state just tesc, 42, was
nounced.A. and he still didn't
of Folkston. Chaney said in the yard of a power stationat going?
L. i Chaney, a Camden side NEW YORK Talmadge the jury and the court the say anything."
marched the Ketani when he heard the
County deputy sheriff, said Moore apparently Haver, 24, dramatically con- truth."
into the woods, made .
the killings men in court Monday -
Moore confessed, fessed open
and showed officers where to them strip their clothes, and that he participated in last PT 'T1 I

find the bodies. shot them to death. year's assassination of black

nationalist leader Malcolm X,

ADAM CLAYTON POWELL SAYS. He then sought to exonerate -
two other men on trial with

is him for the murder. ; .
Poverty of People Hayer, who last Wednesdayswore 'k

under oath that he was :

innocent, told Supreme Cour t

America's ScandalSpeaking Justice Charles Marks and a

jury that he now wanted to

"tell the truth." '

at a Democratic Contrasting the War on Pov- Hayer said he "did takepart" 4,

Party meeting in Baltinore erty with the Viet Nam War, in the assassination
Powell said the fight to im- with others, but refused.'to.
last Sunday, Rep. Adam Clayton ,
standards of his confederates.
prove the living
Powell said the scandals
Americans is "that more Under crossexaminationlater
of the administration's anti- poor
glorious war America is fighting Hayer said he was hiredto
"are in real i iR
poverty program kill Malcolm X. But he -
ity, the scandals of America." today."I
denied the person who hired V
In remarks prepared for the do not consider the war .him was connected with the
meeting, Powell said that des glorious war," p.
in Viet Nam a Black Mu.lims'as the state
pite its critics the program he said. "In today's complexof contends. I t
has been remarkably free from
international tensions, this Hayer said he had spoken
corruption and dishonesty.He nation should not arrogate intc with his two codefendents, Jf,
said that the true scandals ,
and the staggering burden of policeman Norman 3X Butler, 26, and .. ....
are that in a wealthy -
of the world. Thomas 15X Johnson, '30, during in the
powerful nation there are 182 The victory look of four contestants who were winners and runnersup
counties where the average "Even if we .could dominate a luncheon recess 13th renewal of the North-South Golf Tournament at the City of Miami Country Club

family income is below $750 a the entire world by a glo- day.He told the court and jury: Feb. 23-27. From left, Ann Gregory, of Gary, Ind., successfully defended her

year and that 9 million families bal-wide juggernaut of armies "I told Butler and Johnson championship crown with a 279 total score,jokes with Bob Shave, Jr., of Miami, who
including 49 per cent of for what-i. a man profited, to $1,000 after finishing in a tie for
I know they did not have second and third place money
all Negro families, earn less if he should gain the world from Petersburg
Club champion
anything to do with this second with Sam Harvey, far right, last year's PGA '
than his soul?
"Those$3,000 a are year.the scandalsthat and"America lose own must not lose her crime that I did take part Fla., and Lee Elder. Elder, of Washington, D. C,, won the N-S event for the
in it and that I know theyweren't Miami-Metro News Bureau photo.Univ. .
should scorch our souls," soul in the struggle for free third time with a 54-hole total of 213. -
there. I wanted to tell
the Congressman said. dom."

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 4 1966 I
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;'1utrurnt4rrnrnng i NegroCould \- ..' ,: COMIO",5000( lTf!! .

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I Raise GNP. to $22 BillionIf I JABBERWOCKTHEME

Negro unemployment rates mic story of the American Negro median family-income (half Obviously a fundamentalreason
could be suddenly lowered to today. They also help explain above, half below) is still for the Negro income-
today's unemployment rates why the national anti- only a little more than half employment gap is the glaring STREET
for white work era,the nation's poverty drive is so sharply focused that of whites $3.839 vs. education gap. Only one in INTE1NATIONALE
Gross National Product would on educating and train- $6,858.In four Negro men aged 25 or
jump an extra $5 billion in ing the Negro American. the U.S. South, Negro over has finished high school,
1966. is against one-half of white men March 11 IfM
There no disputing that median family income is less
If Negro productivity strides than that in the same age bracket. OnlY-
we are making big to- $3,000 meaning
based on education and trainIng wards closing the Negro-white above half of Negro families one in 20 adult Negroes is a a P.M.MIAMI' .
-could be suddenly raisedto economic gap. Just since the living in the South have incomes college graduate against
the level of whites our GNP Civil Rights Act of 1964 was 1 below the ."povertyline. one. in 10 whites. .
would soar $22 billion this passed .more than 300 U.S. ."Throughout the country, But the educational gap is NORTHWESTERN._ I _:. HIGH' SCHOOL
corporations have launchednew 43 per cent of Negro families by no means the whole story. ,
year.If both Negro unemploymentand programs to recruit and live below this line vs. 17.1 One recent study shows that
productivity could be sud- train Negro workers for more per cent of white families. Negro high school dropouts
denly "equalized" at the level and better jobs. Negro .incomes Despite the sharp reductionsin earn one-third less than white 111I11I111I11111I11111I111111I111I1111I1111111I11I11I1!!! { !
of today's white citizens the and employment rates unemployment rates for high school dropouts. Another II
rise in GNP would be an a- are now rising faster than those white and Negroes the joblessrate shows that the Negro high IFOR THE FINEST IN FOODS OF ALL KINDS[
stoimding $27 billion a gainof for whites. The proportion 0 f among Negroes is 7 per school graduate earns an
4 per cent in our yearly Negro families living below cent, xactly twice the white average $4,500 in comparisonto VISIT
output of goods and services. the poverty line is dwindling jobless level and one in 6,400 for whites. As for
These estimates are in the faster than the proportion of four Negro teenagers in the those with some college edu- YOUR FRIENDLY sUTOTEM
Council of Economic Advisers' whites. U.S. labor force is jobless cation, two. in five Negroes
annual report to Congress and But despite the unmistakable again twice the rate for white hold blue collar or farm jobs

dramatizes the strictly econo- progress the Negro's teenagers. double the-ratio- among whites. I Ii



tJ r A r-----i ELLAVILLE, Ga. A his- Willie Hunter with a baseball I
toric jury trial here resulted in LOCATED AT
six-year prison sentences for bat.The boy grabbed a pistol :
two Ne gfo youths charged with from the county jailer, who had f i 695 NW 46 ST
4' killing a white policeman. already show Willie in the |
Charlie Hunter, IS, was finger with it. The melee took
rTr,1, found guilty of voluntary man- place after Hunter and the
slaughter by a jury of 11 Negroes jailer stopped the Hunters'
and one white. His automobile outside the Ella-
brother Willie 19, plaeded ville city limits. k ,
guilty of the same charge. After Charlie Hunter was ors I Iw
Both had been charged with found guilty of voluntary manslaughter q wat
first-degree murder.It his brother noted i
was believed to be the that there were only three Negroes 7 AM
first time in the South that a left on the panel for the
predominantly Negro jury tried jury that would try him. lie
} I a case in which a Negro was also felt that those three ::
,;+a accused of killing a white. would probably be removed by ==
Y'f I Court officials had leaned over the prosecutor. Franklin Wesley' Mgr. Nathaniel Lee, Asst Mgr.
backward to avoid the chargeof About this time, the prose-
bias in jury selection. cutor offered to allow Willie
The question of jury selec- Hunter to plead guilty and
tion had been raised by C. B. receive the same sentence as I fLow 1'ricss F'Qrali
King, Albany attorney for the his brother. Willie agreed to do Low
Hunters. For as far back as so after talking with his fam-
I anyone could remember, no ily and attorneys.The I Foods ,
Negro had served on a trial judge recommended ,
I jury in Schley County although that both brothers be sent to a I
56% of the people are training school rather than to .
Negro. prison. Charlie's attorneys i =g
Parris King's charge of previous will appeal his sentence. =
Island N. C. A tion to his
graduating Marine selection as top jury bias was supported by a Funds to aid in the appeal =M of 39 conveniently
Miami recruit from man of his platoon. statement issued by Slater should be sent to Hunter De- Visit any our stores 10I

ing recruit"was named of Platoon"outstand- PFC Culpepper, a 1964 King, chairman of the Hunter fense Funtl, PO Box 1641, cated throughout Dade and Broward.
graduate of Miami
309 Northwestern =
Defense Committee Dr. M. L. Albany Ga. I I
during ceremonies here Feb. High School enlisted in
Jr. president of the
King ,
The outcome of the
22. the Marine Corps in Januaryat Southern Christian Leadership case was in sharp Hunter WWii iilWe appreciate your patronage!!! illllnllllllllillt
Private contrast toa
First Class the Marine
Fred- Corps Recruiting
and John
Conference similar "
erick case that began here
W. Substation
Culpepper son of Mr. Miami.
chairman of rthe Student Non'
and Mrs. 19 years ago. At that time,
Nathaniel Culpepper lie is now undergoin basic
violent Coordinating Committee. -
6524 NW 14th Court, was infantry training at Camp Le- her Mrs. Rosa Lee Ingram and CallCHARLES
meritoriously promoted to his Jeune N. C. prior to sched- They said: "We hope the two teen-age sons were
to die for
present rank and uled killing a
presented the assignment to the Marine
fair-minded of Georgia will
men white man who had
Leatherneck Magazine dress Corps Barracks Washington, recommend lenient treatmentof Mrs. attacked ROGERSAT
blue uniform award in addi- D. C. for duty. the sccused. Georgia law is Ingram.
It took
15 years of worldwide -
1 clear in its defense of those
protests to finally free
who resist unlawful arrest."
the Ingrams. On the other hand
#1 Testimony at Charlie Hun protests in advance of the PL 1-7502
Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE ter's tn al showed that he fa- Hunter trial helped to bring
tally shot Officer John Hardm about the relatively
"MR.FOR JACK" while the latter was hitting tence in the case. sen- For A Good Buy on

Th. Very Latest in M a'a Fashion SceneIn A Piano Organ

ITALIAN SHOES spite of the snafu caused by the recent court
order calling for a new reapportionment plan, Earl Carroll
944 NW 2nd Are. Miami FloridaWIGS
will kickoff his Scott Stereoor
candidacy for a seat in the Houseof
Representatives Friday, March 4. The elbow bender
is at 8 o'clock at the old Allapattah Lions Club build-
4343 NW 17th Ave.It Orchestra Instruments

seems that Gov. Haydon Burns has lured Mayor
Robert King High's No. 1 local Negro supporter. Atty.

Henry Arrington was quite displeased with his honor
for not giving him a judgeship after the last city com-

mission election. He was more displeased when he

was not offered the Sidney Aronovitz vacancy that
$69 went to Mrs. Athalie Range. what's Arrington getting

out of it? We hear Burns used a post with I nterama as r
bait for the big switch.

$JO downS ..
Senator Scott Kelly is going all out to capture his
share of-the Negro .vote this time. Kelly did not even S

$ week ask for the Negro vote in the late governor's race and
per found out what a big mistake he made. This'year Kelly

has kept PR man Bob Carroll with him all
state and the move is paying off. Clarence Edwards,

Free Shop At Hone Service a real shrewd political worker is heading up the Kelly
Go Team in Dade with offices in the Biscayne Ter-
CALLPRIMADONNA race Hotel. And Atty. Gwen Cherry has been .
state cordinator.Old named a ......

and antiquated laws continue to come off the
books. On Monday the Metro Commission gave first- PIANOS & ORGANS

945-4526 round approval to an ordinance repealing the require Corner' N.W. 54th St. I N.W. 3rd Afl. PH. PL 8-8795
ment in the South Florida Building Code that segregated -
sanitary facilities be provided in
1MB .................................. members other than the Caucasian race are places "where" MIAMI DAILY & SUN. 9 TO 9 P.M.
co. i& I'.4 . .

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 4, 1966 3

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Two major breakthroughsin must be given to the guilty as in Tallahassee had dismissed being released in January Legal Defense Fund Law- ed jail cells while awaitibgtrial
the fight against Florida's well as the innocent. We will the suit, brought in behalf of 1964 by the Board of Commissioners yer Leroy D. Clark said he and after being convicted -
segregated penal institutionswere continue to attack racial segregation four juveniles now 16 tp 18 of Florida State Insti- will ask the Board which of trespass charges, were
announced last week by of prisoners supervises the reform schools transported in a racially
'partic-years old, on grounds that tions defendants in thedeseC"reaation sec-
Jack Greenberg director- ularly where it involves ju- they are no longer inmates of suit. to sign a consent decree desegregating gregated police wagon to the
'co msel of the NAACP Legal veniles who should have the reform schools and hence The Board authorized the the facilities.Mr. City Prison 'Farm, which is
Defense. and Educational equal access to rehabilitation had no right'to sue. release after the juveniles Clark said he will also also racially segregated.
Fund.A facilities." The four juveniles two boys agreed to accept the probat- seek a court order to inspect City officials defended
by the FifthU. Both desegregation suits and two girls were arrested ionary terms originally set by the reform schools to determ- segregation of prisoners as
S. Circuit Court of Appeals were brought by Negroes arrested and charged with trespass during the juvenile court judge. ine what action should be "in keeping with good prison
paved the way for desegregation during sit-in demon- July 1963 demonstration The three-judge appellate taken to bring about desegrega practice ." but Judge Mo-
.of Florida's juvenile reform strations in segregated restaurants -in St. Augustine. They were panel sitting in New Orleans tion. Rae gave them six months in
schools and a federal in Jacksonville and adjudged delinquents and com- said the j vonil es icould. sue Fedreal District Judge which to accomplish desegregation .
District Court judge in Jack- St. Augustine. mitted to reform school after since they are still on proba- William A. McRae Jr 'ordered of prisons.
sonville ordered desegregation The appellate court ruling they refused the juvenile courtjudge's tion and under Florida law, desegregation of Jackson- Legal Defense Fund attorneys -
of Jacksonville detention reversed a Federal ville's jails and prisons. in the
District offer of probation if remain under the jurisdiction participating
Court dismissal of a suit to they agreed to stop participating of the juvenile court until their Negroes arrested during case were Eat M. Johnson
"If we are to have equal desegregate Florida's reform in demonstrations. 21st birthday. demonstrations in March 1964 Jacksonville and Jack Greenberg -
justice under law." Mr. Greenberg schools. They spent nearly seven The case was returned to complained that they were' and Leroy D. Clark of
said "equal treatment The Florida District CourtKELVIN months in reform schools be- the district court. detained in racially segregat- New York. '

I Kelvin A. Wall Naned Market Development EON llotk Clubs Chain liberty City I

ATLANTA Kelvin A. the move was a further development The Economic Opportunity milies one and one half lots Despite his fine effort
Wall has been appointed in the realignment! Center of Liberty City Neighborhood each; and Mr. 0. Klager, several more lots need cleaning -
Market Development Manager of the company's total marketing Cleanup Drive con- general salesmanager of Bud- we hope in the near future I
the Coca-Cola Co. The an- division. tinues to be a success story. weiser Beer contributed two the owners will join the Neighborhood -
nouncement was made by FredW. "Last August we began The impossible has changed hours for bulldozerservice at Community Action
Dickson Vice president and + 1'r +' 9ryfM4 rtN' a series of appointments which l, into a reality. 'The ten year $12.50 per hour. Program.r
___,__ .
growth of beer cans and rub- w + "--
marketing director' for Carbonated will serve to strengthen the
Beverages the Coca- company's various marketing bish are rapidly disappearingfrom
Cola Co. Mr. Wall assumednew activities," said Mr. Dickson. the empty lots around
Eighteenth Avenue area. It -1! a 1 ti
post on March 1. He also added that "The recent -
growth of our line of On Saturday February 12th
Mr. Wall is a native New > soft drink products and an and Monday 'Feb. '14th -volunteer ,
Yorker a graduate of St.John.s expansion of distribution into workers from the i, 'i
University and attended new areas brought about a Eighteenth Avenue, with the "\
the City College of New need for closer coordinating assistance from Mrs. 'Fred- ,., t
York's School of Retailing. among the various elementsof rick Sutherland and the ;x:' r'1K
lie'has been most recently as- the company engaged in the' "Busy Bees," the Sixty-Se
sociated with the New York broad area of marketing ac- cond Terrace block club
Amsterdam News as directorof tivity. Mr. Wall brings to the combined their efforts with the
advertising. Prior to Ms company a great deal of in- county waste division under
tenure with the Amsterdam depth experience in both the the directorship of Mr. Clarence -
News he was with Ebony Mag- WALL distribution and communication Patterson superintendent -
azine for several years. In the Tea Co. areas of consumer products of Dade County Waste h
,consumer products marketing In making the announce- marketing lie will as- Division. Neighborhood
ardor, he has worked with both ment of Mr. Wall's a point- sume wide responsibilities in Cleanup Drive appears to be a .
tremendous -"..... ..._--.__.... _. .
Lewis Brothers and the Tetley ment, Mr. Dickson stated that these areas. success.
In addition to providing TERRACE
funds the owners of five vacant BLOCK CLUB
Coconut Grove Senior Cilize'lsCllb lots participated in the Names reading from left to right: Mesdames Susan
I Cleanup Drive. 'Carl Ught-
Dean, Fredricka Sutherland Sarah
DillardClyde O'Neal
Be Remodeled burnthree lots in the 6200
block; James Newton, one lot and Mrs. Helen Ingraham.
The Senior Citizens Club health insurance. After whichwe questions were asked and in the 6300 block; Sam Smith, Names of members not appearing on picture are:
was more than happy to..have got a better understandingabout answered in details to the one lot in the 6700 block Mesdames Christine Stanley, Clophield Armbrister, +
had so many interesting .vis'iting -. 'our insurance. We now,satisfaction of all present. At Freddy's Super Market took '
Cora Williams,Viola Carey Eva Hannah,Mary Williams,. yt
and members in attendanceat know how to contact the near- the conclustion of the discussion -care of an adjacent lot near
their meeting regarding. est field office of our State refreshments his store, 'Valencia Cafe one Alma Williams and Josephine Powell. George Ingraham
Medicare. Insurance Department we need served and tine: questions were lot; the Baker and Smith fa- and George Folsom.PROHlf. ;
Mrs. T. Vaelzke from the
further information. Our Social '
continued in an informal way.
Social Security Administration Security Office will also
gave a thorough and informa- be glad to explain Medicare. The meeting was so success- '
tive explanation regarding Social After listening to these ful another one is planned OF
Security and its benefits. two representatives many during the month of March. YAL
Since Medicare is very very '4
important to our Senior citi- w
minute details. The two 00'i
kinds of health insurance that STEREO, ,- RADIO TAPE..RECORDER I
we have been confused about

were collectively.explained individuallyand These insurances VET TV: 1 ,
area: Hosptial) Insur :
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are: hospital insurance and .
medical insurance. Each one I / .379-7735 t I THE LARGEST RENTAL AND MANAGEMENT HOUSING ,.

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their well-I ,,-' AND MAINTAINING MORE
being. 846 NW 2 AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9.
On the same program we I THAN 10,000 HOUSING UNI TS. THE HON. L. L. BROOKS,

had Mr. Healy a represen- PRESIDENT. .
tative from the state insurance ?
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 4, 1966 -



Whitney M. Young Jr.
E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor end Publisher I by
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor
: Executive Director National Urban League
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE. City Editor _
Member of the Notional Nowspopors Publishers Association % IN YOURRACK Few human diseases are so aptly named es cancer
is. Yet few of us know why. Cancer is a Latin
SUBSCRIPTION RATES I meaning crab. What is there as innocous as that flat

ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 YARDw bodied, bloodless creature, walking sideways on stiff t

?w* 'legs', hampered by limited vision, little power, andhy.
Entered as' Second Class Matter, August .9, 1927 at the Post never helps the man who will not act. ing among rocks, sea-water, pebbles and sand.

Office at Miami, Florida, under thlt act of March 8, 1876 Sophocles For the ancients, however, the crab was a symbolof

Office at 6740 NW 15t b A/onuo Phone OX 1.0421 of the Dade silent malignancy, of evil growth, of mystery, and of
Since we are all agreed that goal the dead, cold remoteness of the mansion of the
NUMBERS Negro is First Class Citizenship and Equality with Such, really, is cancer so far in human history.It .
all the 'benefits to be derived therefrom; more and
strikes silently, lethally, at the heart, at
better educational tin
for the masses,
better housing
Efforts to ban the numbers have brought some better jobs, members, without distinction. Cancer. as one man has
other blessings
and all the
results, at least in Dade County. We hear andsee less opportunities, said, knows no boundaries. And it comes without warn-
afforded full fledged citizens of this great county, state
activities now-a-days and many arrests have been ing.
made. However, from Dade's Crime Commission Di and nation, and since no one will honestly disagree When, therefore we speak of the slums at the heart

rector Dan Sullivan, who is in a position to know!. that these blessings can only be forthcoming if we exe- of our cities as cancers to be cut out by drastic
the information that have to cise our duty and right to register and vote in large this surgery
comes mobsters moved we do well to remember nature of cancer For,
allotted this as
numbers, we yield the space normally
Miami and control racket here. tells
a our past history incessantly us, we are all-inclin.
list of
column for the inclusion of the following spe-
Operators in Dade and Broward are interrelated, ed to be courageous surgeons, in our desperation. All
cial locations and hours for voter registration.
he said. It is time "more pressure were put behind offices too joften, we refuse to act like wise, forward diagnos-
the following
Effective March 14 to 26
current Dade and Broward County grand jury investi- Wednes- ticians. Yet, it is better to prevent by diagnosis what
will be for Mondays
gations." I think a lot more could be done by the state open voter registration is driven to exercise later by surgery.
attorneys, the sheriffs and police, said the Crime,I days, Fridays and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and one
Commission Director.On Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Our American city slums are cases in point. What

Tuesday in a special report, the Grand Jurydeclared FOR THE SECTION NORTH OF 79th STREET: we forget is this: they are cancers at the heart of a living

that there are protection payoffs to law enforcement Northside Shopping Center, North Plaza Arcade, 7900 growing thing-the city. An d now we contemplQte

officers allowing syndicated gambling to run NW 27th Avenue; First Baptist Church of Bunche them as surgeons, for we failed to diagnose their lonj.

wide open in Miami. The Grand Jury said it will seek Park, 15700 NW 22nd Avenue. developing malady. Yet, at this very moment, aonther

prosecution of the involved police officers and public SECTION BETWEEN NORTH 79th STREET AND variation of the same cancer is attacking the outer mem
officials. SOUTHWEST 71st STREET: James E. Scott Housing bers of the city.

Syndicate gamblers, backed by national gangsters s, Project Community Building, 7200 NW 22nd Avenue; This is a disease peculiar to our age. Our big city

.. operate with police agency knowledge and approval, Neal's Super Market, 4825 NW 27th Avenue; Liberty is no longer a mere city. Nor can we accurately speak

said the jury. The panel urged the courts to deal maxi- Square Housing Project Community Building, 6305 NW of it as a metropolis. Growing imperceptibly and spread

mum sentences to persons affiliated with syndicate 14th Avenue; Dew Drop Inn Pharmacy, 3727 Grand ing steadily across the face of America is a new, living

gambling. Ave, Coconut Grove; Hutcheson Realty Co., 5178 NW condition as revolutionary today as the first, city was

Commenting on the jury report, Sheriff Buchanan 17th Avenue, and Central Life Insurance Co., 178 NW 8,000 years ago. This is metropolis.By .

said he believes we have good law enforcement and are 14th Street. 1975, three out of every four Amweicans will be

doing the job. SECTION SOUTH OF SOUTHWEST 71st STREET: living in vast sprawlin g urban complexes. Planners pre

Chief Headley said we have been diligently doing South Miami Fire Station, 6130 Sunset Drive, Soutb dict on the basis of accurate figures that by that time

all we can in this area. Miami; Richmond Heights Drugs Store, 14638 Lincoln there will be three such large turban areas; an eastern

There is a difference between information that Boulevard; Cutler Ridge Regional Shopping Center, megalopis stretching from Boston to Norfolk and taking

comes from the grand jury and that which his officers Community Center Building, 20239 South Dixie High- in New York, Philadelphia and Washington, amid-conti.

need to make the vice arrest. way, Goulds; Office of Robert Conway, Constable nent megalopolis embracing the land between Milwaukee
District 4, 634 Perrine Avenue, Perrine; and Office of

TIME TO END COERCION METHODS EOPI, 731 North LUcy Street, Florida City. If further and Cleveland, and a western megalopolis( comprising
the Califimia costal areas and their hinterlands from
information is needed, call 3777501.
San Diego to San Francisco. The New York area alone
Economics, government, business, labor questionsand The books are being brought to our own backyard.What .
will reach 21 million million the
by 1985, 30 by
the affairs of the man on the street are so inter- possible excuse can one find for not becoming a year

woven today that anything affecting one affects them registered voter. 2010.As the
.,. all. From where I sit there is no greater deed to be megalopolis develops, the traditional sut-
burb is also undergoing a change! character. The well
In the recent steel price controversy, government done than that encouraging your fellow man to be-
known and all too horrendously visible city slum is now
officials assumed the authority for price fixing, as come a registered voter. Make yourself a committee of
they did recently with aluminum and copper, without of one to talk to.your friends, fellow employees, club attacking the ever-sprawling surburbs. But this new
members church members and acquaintances. growth has different causes, produces a different ap
wage controls. The excuse was to retard inflation, ,
pearance, and make the diagnosis all the more difficult.
without any attempt to control inflationary measures.In .
'i ', cf such around
'r. communities
: originally grew up
the New York transit strike, union officials
told millions of citizens they would be denied trans- f REGISTRATION IDENTIFICATION industrial centers, outside the boundaries of the immediate
PAD! COUNTY,,; LORIDATbtry. city.
portation urtil the unions got what they demanded.The ,'
ti C.ttl" ,That But the changed tempo of Industry has demanded! a
public interest was secondary.In ,
'j I need for new skills, created unemployment among the
both the
cases, power of coercion was used. "'" Mitkl1. .u
Free enterprise and the people are the ones whose If. ., orignal surburban inhabitants, left school drop-outs

rights and security are trampled on by such methods.' Add,... w61tU.d.b without recourse. Augmenting this are migrants who
The come to these out-of-the-iramediate city areas in searchof
way to restrict abuses of uncontrolled power restsin .
the hands of the people-the man on the street. He .___5. as P.ap ASIIU.ttonPStCUtCTo. lower costs or to escape the infamous big city ghetto.

can show his resentment of coercive methods by go- t1.II ..t".I..al&st..f Yr..hotdN1.as.tthl.d.1.,0'". County, Plorld. Surburban tenement complexes threaten to become

vernment, industry or labor organizations by proposingand MARTIN IRATERMAN well-planned wildernesses, barren socially, spiritually
supporting measures to better control such prac- $,pr.Isaof. Et..ti.n.sy aimless, isolated by economic stagnation and swept' by

tices. The time for him to start is now. He will never .... new winds of poverty and discontent.In .

get relief from those permitted to practice compulsionand :t: j o.put our modern America, an American's rights are

coercion. He must spike their guns by law. !. ; 'f not satisfied by putting up better housing. For he can

not withstand the pressure of spiralling prices and ob

Industrial News Review solete work-skills due to industry's surburban anthill,

YOUR PASSPORT TO FIRST CLASS CITIZEN- cannot avoid a feeling of social alienation and dis-

UNDER THE STARS SHIP AND EQUALITY If you have one, use it orientation in the long impersonal canyon of new skyscraper

If you are without one get one today. Nothing else so. streets, besides the faceless walls og huge
"Sunday Evenings'Under the Stars"is the captionfor
valuable is so to obtain. dwelling-houses to
which belongs
easy one tiny window of
March in Bandshell
a program on 6 Bayfront with him.
Robert W. Shaw as chairman. Such programs will be"
given through April 3. The American Cancer Society opened its fundraising It would be a terrible irony if, when President a
The steering committee for this Bayfront Band- campaign in Dade County on Tuesday. The Johnson's Demonstration Cities are established

shell series include leading members of our city and goal is $200,000 before the month is over. Women cost of five to six billion dollars, and over 1,000,000slum
county commissions, Sheriff T. A. Buchanan, and workers will be ,calling on you for help. It's a mos t dwellers are provided with fresh dwellings,
other leading citizens.On worthy cause. Cancer J:; a dreadful disease. same cancer is discovered in an advanced virulent stage

March 6 at 7:30: Mayor Robert. King High and Too bad, Astronauts Elliott See Jr., and Charles in the surburbs. real 1
some 200 other Miamians will emphasize Miami'sspiritual Bassett, primary crew for Gemini 9 space flight were And this is the crux of the matter. Just as the MI

resources. The program is aimed primarily at killed on Monday when their twin plane crashed into affliction of the Negro is not merely the denial of

tourists and unchurched Miamians. The committee realizes the plant where the capsule was built. Such is life. voting rights, of his access to education and to equal

that 7:30 is the hour for our church services,how Have you enrolled for Medicare? 14.5 have' employment possibilities, but his relegation to a sow"
million ghetto which of his ngms.
churchmen March 31wi1l be makes possible the denial
ever, could urge unchurched friends to attend the last
opportunity, until next so it is in the
these Benefits start year> case of the surburban cancer.
programs. July 1, 1966. I
The March 6 presentation will include a review of It has been said before. Let us remind ourseiyw 1
Miami's spiritual progress since the year when a of it again: what the Negro is struggling for in the civ

Spanish mission was established here. The voice of rights movement is ultimately the rights of all Amen'

William Jennings Bryan, noted orator, will be heard int J cans. The Negro struggle has only highlighted asocialinjustice affect

an excerpt from one of his most famous speeches. He Shop at Your Fri ndlJOE'S which, if left unchanged, would finally
lived in Miami the last 15 years before his death in '; all America.

1925. Every day which passes is one more day's growth '

NOTE BOOK MARKET for the cancer of the surburban slum as for the cancer

of uncancelled denials of rights. Our astronau
News from Viet Nam this week has not been very hurtle Negro of
THE BEST deeper and into the outer
IN deeper
encouraging. American troops have lost heavily in a GROCERIES, MEATS AND space deeper social j
; we as a nation are hurrying into
battle on Monday, but continues the fighting inflict- SUNDRIESWE crises rooted in these ills.
ing heavy losses the Viet and surgical
upon Congs they are Action, diagnostic and not the
still on the offensive.In FEATURE whole
knife, is needed in time, so that America as a : n

a message launching the Red Cross yearly WISE ceases to be like a golden whale wallowing uneasily
POTATO writer's
""- fund raising campaign on Tuesday evening President CHIPS the shallows of unfulfilled reforms, to use one

Johnson made a plea for volunteers and funds for sup- expression. .
port of the Red Cross in Viet Nam as well as disaster- Ii' IN POPULAR SIZES We have the, wealth, the will, and, I firmly believethat to

stricken places at home. the most indispensible of all gifts, the wisdom social j

"'1.: foresee and to prevent the birth of more vicious us'

diseases, ,or the extension of ones already afflictin6:

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 4, 1966 5

BethHne-Cookman Students Our Readers Speak:' Otr, "

... ,.,. .. .-
Get Urban Renewal Training ; .,I ri'f ./ .: !""'
x Three Bethune Cookman me when I contact families in
I College seniors started a four the urban renewal area and ( (rI' T.
month internship this week at show them the process in relocating My
and their wives enjoyed the Count the Daytona Deach Urban Re- families in standard .
'r Basle Frank Sinatra Show at the Fontainebleau on newal Project office to, gain housing," explained Miss Mc- J
Friday evening. Ghee. .JI' -.trl'.... ,'a,
d practical experience in social _. "", ._./
welfare work. "Other urban renewal staff

I.f f Mary Wilson Tallahassee is visiting her sister The students, Bettye Allen, members will! be expected to letters to the Miter -,
.. and brother-in-law Rev. and Mrs. James Walden. West Palm Beach Shelia share them experiences with -
Dudley, Pensacola and Mal the interns so they will! havea
colm Henderson varied of the Dear Sir: William McBride, City Editor
Atlantic knowledge
1 Friends of Johnnie Wideman of N.Y. City are happy program Miami Times
f that he chose Miami for his vacation. City, N. J., all are sociology ," she said. This new special sessionof
majors and will receive train-
. The students received permission the legislature is a waste of Dear Mr. McBride:
ing in all
aspects of the Ur-
The Rev. Tyrrel Dear of St. Stephen's Episcopal ban Renewal program here. to intern in the project the taxpayers money. It is inconceivable On behalf of the Board and
1 Church in Coconut Grove will become the vicar, 0 f Peggy McGhee, UR reloca- office after David L. Leaver that a malappor- staff of the Metropolitan Dade i
s the Church of the Incarnation on March 15th. tion officer assistant, will! be social science instructir at tioned legislature, which has 'County Urban Renewal Agency,
B-CC, contacted UR officials failed twice to reapportion itself wish to express our deep and
1 Little Thena Maria is in charge of the students.
Jacobs at
Variety sincere appreciation for
Leaver said he hopes that 'could do a better job at your
ren's Hospital. Get well soon Thena. They will spend aboit 10 splendid cooperation in focusing
he'll be able to establish a this time. We should save this
hours a week working in the
t year 'round internship at other money and let the courts reapportion public attention on urban -
project office in addition
'r J. L. Bryant was a charming hostess to her sisters their regular school work. to UR office. Six other sociology the legislature. renewal activities. Due to
the series of articles
Links on Saturday evening, Feb. 26. students are expected to intern benefits which on have relocation -

SEEING TIlE PROCESS"I at other governmentalsocial Elton J. Gissendanner appeared in your paper for the
1 Many Miamians spent the weekend in Nassau to services agenciessoon. past several weeks, our program
. witness the arrival of Her Royal Highness, Queen hope to take them withHERE'S has gained added staturein

t + Elizabeth of England and her husband, Prince Phillip. the community. Likewise,
\ the level of community understanding -
FINEST Fashion Show and Dance to has been greatly
t i'' Get well wishes to Moses Clemons, Aldin Everette, enhanced.
Anne Smith, Barbara Ellison and B. Clarence Holmes.
. PRINTING Benefit Sweeting Foundation I wish to particular com-
mend you for the magnificent
e Sympathy to Oral and Marian Allen who left by illustration of our redevelopment
i plane last weekend to attend the funeral of Oral's SERVICE The first annual Scholarship -$2.50 tax deductible.All plan which appeared in
r sister in New York City. Drive given bt the Sweet- high school students your February 18th issue. The
. i ing Foundation Fund, featuring 100. Tickets may be ob- future success of urban renewal -
PROOF YOU'LLLIKE the tained from is assured through the
LeJeune Models and the following
Redic Smith of Pabst Brewing the
1 Company won
: others is an evening of fash- places: Tasty Lunch Room, continued cooperation of individuals -
Fifth Flight in the Golf Tournament last weekend.Redic OUR PRINTING: "
like you as well as
i ;.r.e.1111 ions and entertainment and 314 NW 5th St., Ft. Lauder--
I hails from Atlanta, Georgia. dancing at the Governor's dale; Perl's Beauty Shop, 314 institutions which you repro-

r Quality Job; Budget Price Club Hotel, Dwight Rogers NW 6th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale; sent.
: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gibson of Richmond Heights Room, Saturday, March 12 at H. C. Long, 5pOOO NW 24th Sincerely,
> -at spent the weekend in Key West as guest of Mr. and Mrs. No Job Too large or Small 8 p.m. Ave., Miami, and Bonded Myron D. Leff,
r Edward Thomas. We need your help and sup- Cleaners, 700 NW 2nd Ave., Executive Director
e Deadlines Met on Timi port. Come out and make this Ft. Lauderdale. Mrs. Albertha Metropolitan Dade

' .1 The Richmond Heights Garden Club'had ,a demonstration evening a big one. Donation is .Alter is chairman. County Urban
Satisfaction Guarantied Renewal Agency
III of Japanese Flower arrangements at its recent

) meeting. Mrs. Issac Henry of Yokahama was the de- and our customers come back! ST. PATRICK'S DAY

.Happy Birthday to Charles North of North's Travel Miami Times DANSANTE
Alpah Chi Pi
Bureau. Omega
N present its St. Patrick's Day Register Nowl! ,
Dansante. A
Mrs. Mary Eubanks of St. Louis, Mo., spent a few spec-
tacular affair you can't attord
days in the Magic City on the way back home after to miss. Sunday, March 20th,

vacationing in Nassau. 6-10 p.m. Free champagne. The books are open
LIB-CITY 4343 Nw 17th Ave. Dancing, ,
Mr. :and Mrs&,Charles -Smith stopped in the Magic celebrities,. hairstyles and .

City for four days on their way to Cassopolis, Mich., ... "l1.; madhatters. Benefit 'scholar- I 4
ship fund. Donation $2.00D
after vacationing in the Isle of Pearls. Mr. Smith is iHMjnnnz
.Johnson, basileus.
the owner of Smith Hoist Manufacturing Company, jnc. ,
Manufacturers of 'Hoist-Master light-weight beams and
two speed power hoists and other portable hoists for FBI SAT.

roofers and building contractors, etc. 3-IN COLOR3HURT '

Visiting Miami from Ashville, N. C. were Mr. and

Mrs. Walter Scott, 'Mr. and Mrs. Wilkins Daugh try,
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. McQueen and Mrs. Evelyn McGraw M

who were guests in the winter home of Mrs.. lola 4.x.

Frazier. The group also visited Nassau. AT

Miss Cassandry Gray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. [ ] I

Vernon Gray is one of the Seniors nominated by Barry LINCOLNNATIONAL
College for"Who's Who in Colleges and Universities."

A mathematics major, Miss.Gray is secretary of the
Student Council and a member of the Tara Singers.She KIRK
is one of eight seniors to have her name on the lANIMER'DODGUSGUNFIGHT BANKOF

dean's list for the first semester. 01 HAL WAWS'.000UO..

Eunice Liberty, David Dobbs, James Cash, Eman-
uel Fryer, Walter Cogdell, Mamie Gill, Lucille White, JaTIIEOKCORRAL
Clarence Hogan, Gilbert Porter, Marian Shannon and Service Banking for All the People

Roland Rolle were among those attending the Gover- TECHNICOLOR
nor's Conference on Education at Tampa last week.A _,_ 6013 N.W..7th Avenue

hearty welcome to Booker T. Hayes, whose THE HOTTEST
former Florida Flash column "Mu Opinion" will be- ''QUESTION OF THE DAY.'Who's the Edison Financial Center

gin publishing in this paper next week. Been :: .
Sleepingin Lincoln National Bank hasCUSTOMER'S

MyBed 'n i';'.',. '" HOURS
Red Cross Month <
March \
National.Nutrition Month \0-: tll -
Children's Art Month ?'I I I -
a t .

March 1-April 1'- Easter Seal Campaign HOURS
March 5 Girl Scout Sabbath'
March 6-12 Girl Scout; Week ELVIS PRESLEY

Save Your Vision V'eek' GIRLS- GIRLS -GIRLS Monday Tuesday Wednesday -Thursday

THOUGH FOR THE WEEK: SUN-MON-TUE. 9:30 am to 2:00 pm

"Without the volunteer, there would be little or no Fridays
Girl Scouting. The strength of the movement nests in
the dedicated, hard working volunteers of all ages who 1 9:30: am to 2:00 pm and 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm

give life, joy, enthusiasm and growth to this organization. .
In return, the volunteer is highly repaid with the
fleeting, grateful smile of youth, the silent thank you Saturdays

in wonder-filled eyes,the deep satisfaction that comes 9:00 am to Noon

from serving."

Scout About, Sept. 1965 JAMES KIM
Reprinted in March Girl Scout '
Leader STEWART NOVAK Monday thru Friday

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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 4, 1966

Round About Carver PUN PHUN WOOLWORTH'

1:1: Ranches i Barry policy Goldwater of not bombing dislikesour the !' .,..,w .,.., ., .. ; .
: ;
TalkBY News capital fact, this of policy North Viet is Hanoi-ins Name In "U..., l' ..' '"" > ,..')w::"...... I f.

I I i him. ji' ,
--& > Walter Bow ********** $. i/J
PEOPLE ARE TALKING ABOUT '. '. Legacy of The Star Light Lodge No. Johnson's pledge not to M'., i
Malcolm X on the first anniversary of his assassinationlast 542 meets Friday night, March step up military action in Viet .
Feb. 21. Actor Ossie Davis and others praised Mal- 4 at 8 p.m. at the Masonic Nam is making Ooldwater's 1
Temple on Pembroke Road. colder. That's the r.
colm in a speech at a Memorial Service at P. S. 175 Members, please be present. power love wax of advertising! .
Governor Rockefeller to name Rev. Wyatt T. Walker as his
special assistant for urban affairs. lie was formerly as- The South Broward VFW ********** :

sistant to Martin.Luther King. 1 Mayor Lindsay, D. A. Post 8195 will meet Sunday;
said only Al-
Hogan and Gov. Rocky joined in an all-out fight againstthe March 6 at 4816 Pembroke lah Cassius send Clay him to war. Andit i2L
city's growing dope menace.* Stiffer sentences for. Road. A" members please be, looks can like only Allah can
pushers, compulsory treatment and rehabilitation for present and on time. This make him oay his wife-Allah-

addicts Jesse Gray, civil rights and rent strike.lead:meeting is of great importance. money. '; F
Folia commander.
er,' spoke of the war in Viet Nam Sunday at the Audubon Boyd
********** L 'YYsj
Ballroom on Broadway (where Malcolm X was murdered). The VFW Post 8195 plans

Billy Kyle, pianist for Louis Armstron g, is critically its fifth anniversary ball on Speaking to a World War 2
ill with ulcers and pneumonia in a Youngstown Hosp. March 12 at the Big Bamboo sailor whose ship had been
St. Petersburg, Fla.'s Pinellas County school board Club in Hallandale. torpedoed, I asked how it felt
voted to drop its $2.4 million federal contract to operatethe when the torpedo struck. He f s
Job Corp Training Center foe 'women under the Poverty The Rev. Grant has reported repli ed, "I had a sinking feel
I Program. Board Chairman William H. Williams said that they are getting ing."

the program is a burden on th? school ,!system with no ready for the district conference *.sass**asA ;>-

returns at all and people of the Huntington downtown'section March'10 to 13. ,
have been complaining of noise and immoral draftee, complaining of _
Those from
West Hollywood weak was taking his
behavior among the girls. The school board contractedto attending the sessionsof physical.eyes The eye doctor ex-
operate, the center. The contract expires in August.
Atlantic Coast Baptist aminina him held uo two ten
Association in West Palm dollar bills in his left hand b ss h;:
******************** Beach last in his
weekend were and two fives and a ten
1 1a
Rev. I. W. Hepburn Star of right, asking him how much he {
JAMES BROWN "TOP OF THE WORLD" Bethlehem Baptist Church and had. The draftee quickly replied ; ,:
Mrs. N. Sears and the "Forty dollars." The
Seven years ago the Apollo Theatre,. Little Willie
doctor said, "You're in, man,
M. Davis from West Minster
John introduced Mr. James Brwon and his fabulous Flames vis-
you've got twenty-twenty
Since then there h'asn't been a theatre: club or armory Baptist Church. ion!" t c
that could hold Brown's drawing magnet. lie is the undisputed -
Boxoffice King-known as "Mr. Dynamite. He is

famous for such songs as Please, Please, Try Me, the 2 INCOME TAXSERVICE Because of my eyes I was
million Prisoner of Love and his latest Feel
seller I accepted by the Navy as an
Good. Sunday, March 20 at 7:30 p.m. Brown and his Re- SA Special Assignment, 1 T :
view will play before a crowd of 4500 at Madison Square limited duty. In my particularcase i

Garden. Such stars as Bobby Byrd, James Crawford, TV RECORD SHOP i it also meant Somewhat 1 ?:. a.
Aged (33 old), Slightly
Mama Rickie Anderson The Flames and I
Baby Lloyd, NOTARY PUBLIC Anacnic and Service Ashore.
the big 18-piece band. Mr. Brown will be presented by .I was one joker who was left
the Sid Bernstein Co, off the deck.
II someone else does your
******************** Intone Tax Return Let **********
it be .Cousins.. :as5Y'%
Add to the
TALK 0' TOWN Miss Beri Grist,New York born strange sights
sighted on local sites:
Negro soprano, made her Metropolitan Opera House debut I. 2715NW54StCall Two Cubans emerging form a
Friday evening as Rosina in Rossini's opera, "The Barber car displaying a replica of the r
of Seville" A salute to James Farmer, Sunday, Confederate flag. Must have II '
March 6 at Philharmonic Hall Lincoln Center. Notables 634-9389 come from Southern Cuba

such as Duke Ellington, Sammy Davis, Ruby Dee and
E many others to be on stage The Apollols big show

this week The Miracles, "Going to a go-go," Martha I I .
Vandellas, "My Baby Love" and others Billy Eck-( J s >

stint, Mayard Ferguson, Oscar Peterson and Nipsy Rus- SEWING MACHINE : ;' ::i iLw

sell in con cert together at Carnegie Hall midnight, March

4 Roland Hayes, internationally famous concert:! nrtnisriCMt/ h8'JriZE'N
singer, honored in Boston for distinguished achievement:J and 11'h.2,1'ITHE
Bob Maltz died of a heart attack. He was impresario : ALL MAKES RIGHT IN YOUR OWN HOME

who presented Sarah Vaughn and Arthur Prysock at Car-I!
negie Hall Feb. 5. lie was tabled to attend his last con- :J : SRCLfAN,01 LA DJUST SHIRTMAKERS

cert at Philharmonic Hall Saturday night, featuring John I J

Coltrane, Sonny Rollins, Coleman Hawkins, Zoot Sims: WHITE FREE NEEDLE, BELT
and others. Bob Maltz was associated with the Styvesant '

Casino in Greenwich Village and the New Port Jazz BELAIR CALL

Festival for several years. PREMIER ELGIN $1 634-6242 II


Rosenthal flew in by Eastern Thursday night on a busi- GOODHOUSEKEEPER

ness and pleasure trip. If you remember, Sid was the DOMESTIC ETC.ikAftrMJOMESTIC .
mgr. of Coley Wallace, ex-fighter and the star of the motion
picture, "The Joe Louis Story." An ex-New Yorker, SEWING 4101 NW 22 AVE.<

Sia now lives in Florida and is prop. of the Airport Drugsat
The look is Americana in wrinkle-free silly
Miami's International Airport. He caller me from the acetates casycare
Kennedy Airport and we made a few rounds to the Baby or Kodel polyester cotton.ktttotek! Full soft-
pleated skirts with
classic shirttailored bodices
Grand and Small's Paradise the back to midtown and the your
choice of
Band Box. The people' of Harlem really love big Sid LOOKING FOR A jewel! or continental collars! Prints, solids
stripes. Misses 10-18
sires 16J' .24J' .
Hair Stylist Beautician. the Week is Florida's own
Gloria Logan of the Vivian Beauty Salon on 145th St. in

Harlem. Gloria is the chairman of the fashion show being BETTER JOB? USE OUR Flu LAYAWAY
presented at the Concourse Plaza Ballroom in the Bronx


Girls 18 to 50 Men Women '
TEEN MUSIC OF THE WEEK.. .. .. Verdell Smith'sIn Grammar School Sufficient for Many Jobs WOOLWORTH'SPROTECT
mY Room, At The End of The Hall, Dedicated to Don THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY
Holden of NW 59th St. Isley Bros.' This Old Heartof To Train and Prepare for the Examinations .

Mine to Betty Smith of 47th Terrace. Johnny Thun- Civil Service Positions
der's My Prayer and the Answer You Give, dedicated to
Elizabeth Allen, 71st Terrace, Hallandale DamitaJo Which Start as High as$5,235.00 First Year YOUR FURNITURE
at Basin St. East ans Stand By Me to John Cheever No Strikes Paid Vacations
The Candy Mossier disclothque dance, a New York No Layoffs All Holidays 1f a CUSTOM MADE
rage and s-e-x-x-x-y! Supremes at the famous Copa- Automatic Pay with Pay y+ PLASTIC FURNITURE

cabana Club breaking all attendance records, where police Paid Raises Sick Leave -- Meet Liberal New PensionsKEEP Friends SLIP COVERS

Det. Lt. Edmund J. Drum went to see the show aftera YOUR PRESENT JOB WHILE TRAINING .. CWTAl HIAn Cause CLIAI
fist fight with some friend, died on the bloodstained If you an a US. Citizen-interented in your future, receive e LONE UlTIM* a
sidewalk outside the Copa This is Scoop Bethel List of full Civil Information Service Position on How to and Get alarm a Government for which Job.we iutir UAKAMTIIOHUH )' ,. y
can train you. Mail Coupon to: .r. ,
saying time and ride wait on no man. .
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VFW organization NEWSOne that is 7MISNOlLUr:!' 'r: W .
1 Y I
,......... much doing deplored something lack idealism about the '

among America's youth isjthc PROUDLY PRESENTS
Veterans of Foreign Wars declared : : '
Commander Ed Brown Ash 6Ifftf Ctitiitittl Prtfactff ft. ;
of Post 5693. ", /, :,.:
I Each,year the VFW sponsors ,:: STARRING ; : I
the Voice of Democracy ) ,. ,
: ; 1 :,
'I : :
''' Contest in which more than a \
wJ' BY DAVE BOMDU 4 quarter of amillion high school ; ,',,' \, TED TAYLOR .
students participate. Entrantsin : L 1.:': t:,;
the contest must write a
The North'South Golf Tournament is becoming broadcast script expressing !!STA AWAY.FRO MY.BABY'DIRECT '!
somewhat like the Orange Blossom Classic-it's getting .
their personal views on de "
to be too big. The tournament was successful '
mocracy. -
except for a few gripes, such as, there is a definite Miss Eva Page of 1945 NW r- -

need for the use of two golf courses next year-the 55th St., who attends Miami -

ladies, the seniors, and the players in the 5, 6, 7 and Jackson Senior High Schoolwas
8 flights should play Lejeune and relieve some of the our local winner this year.
woes at Miami Springs. Secondly, a need for field She will receive her award
marshals, was another gripe-and most important of all from Post 5693 of Opa-locka

the posting of starting times at one particular place xt Students. Award Day at rF

and 2 or 3 girls to man telephones at that one give n lackson.fOUTH
place, to let the players know what time they teeoffand ACTIVITIES NEWS ,
Working with youth is onef
with whom they are playing. > the most important activities tt ,.
The committee, consisting of a group of well of the VFW. Commander .,,1'I'',

known citizens, are doing the best they can to present 3d Brown and Senior Vice ...., :t. '1
this tournament each year, but credit is due to two Commander Willie Cason are ,

men, who keep the tournament together. They are: low fo ming a youth group that ; vim
Richard Gardiner and Ernest Hayes-these guys work will be sponsored by the Post. 7 i iMr
their heads off, and are usually kicked in the seat of Both boys and girls will participate -
their pants because of a few unhappy people.All in all in sports, civic lessons
rganizational activities and
it >was a nice golf tournament and was well attendedby ommunity
folks from as far as California. I was disappointedin projects. ;

the showing of our golfers-of course, we realize /FW "LITES" BIKES FOR

most of our people l have to work, but the most disap- SAFETY
Nearly nine million bicycleai
pointing part of the whole thing is-we only had one in the United States have been : r1epiA
woman from Miami to represent us and play, and she e squnpped with safety reflective 0Ik
made arrangements to leave the Bahamas for' that one tape by the VFW. Kernel ,c
reason-and that was Mayme Bondu. Again, I say; out Dames, past commander and \

of a town like us that has over a million people, thereare resent adjutant of the Post _
about 500 male Negro golfers, and only 5 women I will have this project on the

know of, they are: Margaret Brown, lona Polite, Jackie way in the very near future.
Day, a Mrs. Smith, and Mayme: That's 'terribleseemssome Vatch for dates and locationso A1 n N .N na I I
of the men golfers would take an interest in their have your bikes equipped lor'salety. j

wives and girlfriends and induce them to play or learn It's free! __ ft/j,
On Saturday evening Feb.
" with the plans being
to pldy golf. Needless to say,
26; this Post will sponsor
made for the North-South next year, I do hope the com- irst Sale Party of this year.
mittee will take my advice and get two golf courses for The public is welcome to join

next year and let's try to keep everybody happy. with us at the home of Chaplain FROM NEW ORLEANS 'FRENCH QUARTER'
and Mrs. Emory Gibsonf
. A few weeks back, I had the pleasure of watchingMrs. 16430 NW 20th Ave. for a
Juanita Hooks, a counselor for Economic Oppor- real night of fun, frolic, music ,_. MARTILDANCERSCOSTARRING
and food. Since Chaplain Gib-
tunity Program, Inc., attached to the Brownsville
of John D. Joh n- son is hi-fi- minded and a collector *
Center, under the direction Judge /
of records one can really -
son. She was placed on a special assignment by
of weird
Richard Weather'ey about,a Puerto Rican family that ounds.expect Come a night rain, hail or a .1..1 1i
was being evicf d. It happened this way. Mrs. Hookswas now storm with a freeze ,
sent to see about the family of Natividade Pabon, brown in, this affair will r

his wife, his mother, and nine children. Because of ome off and that's Gip's
the low salary he was working for at a roofing! company, rord.
he was unable to keep his rent up and legal action was, -

taken against him, by the landlord, also a Puerto Ricanfunny 18 YEARS OP RESPONSIBLEBUILDING
thing about that,the landlord wanted to knov SERVICE TO
why a Negro was in the neighborhood trying to help i a THE COMMUNITY

Puerto Rican). The staff of EOPI, doesn't care if you
white, black, blue or green. If you need help, the When BUYING or BUilDING

EOPI is there to help you. Anyway, Mrs. Hooks, assisted CALL STANLEYPL i

by Judge Johnson, Charlie Hadley, Haley Sof-

ge, Judge John Red Lake, and Mrs. Drew of the Miami ,a I-I8II
Housing Authority, took the family and set them into a .Bcoutlful Hornet
'low-rental unit, got them food, and their lights turnec '' Built on Your Lot
have praised Mrs *r Ours
on. Everybody was happy-we only
Hooks for a job well done. tlond Attractive Addition Alloro*

PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Eva Bonner .Your Lot U*Worn DomolUh OutHouse

and Build a
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Alkin Hepburn Lovely Now Homo
Coll Ui for Focts About

MUSICIAN OF THE WEEK: Bob Taylor (Bass) Building
Good Bonk financing t

had about 10,000 people for the Mom's Mabley shov STANLEY BUILDERS, a

last Saturday night. Now, he can buy me that chickei Inc.Licai.d .
The Brothers and Sisters of the
dinner he promised. Imvrtd ,
International F&A.M. Mason and Order of the Easterr k ,

Stars are having their dinner dance at the Alcazai egg N. E.'79th Strool .z I ;

Hotel on Saturday, March 21, starting at 8 p.m. Big Miami, FloridaTPRl
time band leader Duke Jenkins is still in town, ducking s
that cold stuff in Cleveland, Ohio. That place i tt

onNW 7th Ave. & 55th Terr.called Chicken Town USA, .

has a taste out of this world that's what and I call chicken. CALLM.Ivk ,. ...J..w.... w..w., ..- wxdfM sw .... ....... ..--.rw..,., ..
courtesy, try
If you want good fast service
doing business with Lincoln National Bank-they are Fox

the greatest .Bill Harris at the Satellite Lounge is

raving about his new organist, Bill Charles. FORSOCKSBONDS

the voters registration bookd will be open. HOT" CONTINENTALS
If you are not registered, then be sure to register and MUTUAL FUNDS
and if you are a voter and have
be sure to register
then be sure to see
moved from one area
to it that you are assigned a new precinct. Every I GEE GEE
body is getting ready for Clyde Killens Nite in Nassauat .'S "LA 4cfs
next week, live
the Island Club, March 27th. Till ,




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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 4, 1 6 11ayd's

IIIIIUUlua.e.c'oooo. ", O.'DlI'"
Wig Snatcher r.
People. .
w' Shot By Police

Places. .
Hold onto your wigs ladies,
the snatcher is on the loose- s
s Things. .
or at least he was for awhile.
r44 : Hr. An off-duty sheriffs deputy t" .... U II D 1.
Lawrence B. Cooper
shot and wounded a 14-year- Bjr

old boy as the youngster fled "MY GOD, LOOKA MY CHILD!
with a wig he snatched from a

! woman's head. That was an expression used by a fellow we once
.' / Sgt. Ernest Ferguson said
; knew as "Biggut" as he returned a greetipg to passersby
he took up the chase when thowoman's
on the street.
j screams attracted This phrase came to mind last Saturday, and utter-
him to the scene at NW 17th
Ave. said he fired a warning shot once Miami's "residential,district." We viewed in
into the ground before wounding wonderment at the man-intended destruction of land-
the running boy in the heel. marks, churches,business places and once proud homes.
: The youth was placed under This is the result of slum clearance, urban renewal,

w,h N rtes"fW ; ;; 1 custody in Jackson Memorial war on poverty, expressway clearance. This is rebuild
", tin tt Hospital where he was in sa- ing of a city. This is progress. This is also a phase of
tisfactory condi time President John son's Great Society!
f I Non-Surgical Office j
t Treatment I


"irtoBIP\ IiiBlnffHIlilBHBHIWrtlnTlffTTlifflTHE !!IL w ___ ir I Rectal Diseases, Vari- i

I roar Veins, Prostate No I
lost time Discord Trust
Alfonza C. Mozell, WMBM Radio news director, introduces for the first time the I Upon Correction of Rupture : '
brand new WMBM 1490 rocket news car. Fully equipped with special 1966 radio- i Low cost. II. "
telephones. The WMBM rocket will be traveling Dade County daily bringing listenersthe I DR. LONG'S CLINIC t
most current local news, views and special events. J1545SW 1st St.-FR 327481HELLO

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POST OFFICE DANCE Annual Dance at Bay front
Tho National Alliance of Park Auditorium Friday,March
Postal and Federal Employeesand 11 from 10 p.m. until 2 a.m. \ 1b
Auxiliary are giving their See your mailman for invitation. (1' G 0

: the noise
Although we condone whole-heartedly,
-" machines they rant and tear
'NEED'iIALLROOM"O'R. HALL? I and rumble of monster as
at the heart of our Miami, yet it seems like we are los-
,FOR DANCE-WEDDING-PRIVATE. PARTY? I I I'm Nancy ;:, ing our image. It seems to be a part of us that we don't

LIBERAL RENTAL ARRANGEMENTSAIR want destroyed and pass from memory into history.
CONDITIONED +,' \ Please accept our personal invitation to The once golden gal of Miami's CND, who shared
I her bronze beauty for tourists with Miami Beach and
TIKKI CLUB visit us atHO'S: Downtown Miami, had her attractions for "our" tourists.
I Her night revelers gathered on Second Avenue,
(jjj./ 3677 GRAND AVENUE ""'.yl. ," / LOUNGE the braggers version of the Great White Way. There was

'", Beverage Service Available, the Rockland Palace where name bands and entertainers -
r frequented. There was Lil' Joe's, Bill Rivers, 0'-
, CALL J. CONE 4435611Mar 645 NW 2' AVE."OM THE CORNER" Dell's, restaurants that catered to the gourmets. Therewas

J_ 4J St. John, St. Agnes, Greater Bethel and churchesof
INTIMATE COZY &, "JUMPIN" all faiths for our visiting church people. There was
t' ...'j..... the Mary Elizabeth Hotel, the Dorsey Hotel and other
plush hostelries, followed later by the Carver and the

Sir John.It .
GO-GO-GO TO will be a tremendous job relocating these dis-

placed citizens.
a The rebuilding of a great slum area like Miami has
its effect on surburban areas. In Miami, it's Coconut
DON'T MISS THIS AT *500 CLUB Grove, Brownsville and Liberty City. The resettlementof
EXCITING FUN. these people constitutes a flow of humans into these
areas. Like a tide this flow j!rings with it human

flotsam, the unwanted debris being distributed on the
DANCE AND ENJOY "beaches" of the surburban districts. This flotsam has

THE MUSIC OF ADDED already added its lawlessness to the acute problem be-
s: ATTRACTION 0C ing experienced in these areas.
SWING CASINO THE GREAT TV -cJ. But with this tide the surburbs are pleased to wel-
VOCALIST and minded citizens.
Smiling Eddie Lee Pittman come many up-right community
popular local businessman, is I/I STAR Folk who will be an asset to these communities.
the owner of the Dive-Inn Bar QUINTET Maybewhen the tide ebbs, the debris will flow
1772 NW 79th St. Phone is .t Etta CAMERON! back to whence it came!
691-9431. He invites all his iZ LATIN ROCK 'N' ROLL ...
old friends to come and meet -- ,. I. ALL ROADS LEAD TO CROSSROADS"My
I new friends.Everyone welcome.
UI participation in Operations Crossroads to
W THIS IS THE SWINGINGEST CLUB IN MIAMI WITH 6 BIG Africa this past summer was one of the most unique and

gj NIGHTS OF ENTERTAINMENT! ALWAYS NICE AND CLEAN 3 adventuresome experiences of my life," this commentwas
made by Kathlene Hepburn, charming daughter of
r, s All drinks to unescorted ladies 50$ Mr. and Mrs. Prince Hepburn, 1821 NW 68th Terrace.
"Although it was my unyielding desire to visit
CONTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT 'TIL 5 A.M. Africa, I had not anticipate
;ed its fulfillment so soon.

W 36 St. at 27 Ave During my years here (Tus-
kegee Institute), I have
made friends with many of 3
HmUIIIIIIIIIIIIJJIllIllIlIUIIJJlJJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIUUUIl 1gOWllmlgllfIlllgllllllllllllllllllllllllllll111110. the students from Africa.

these friends I
Through ,
0 became intensely interested -

i Ii: GRAND OPENING SAT I Ii in its culture Africa"its she peopleand said. ...

Operations Crossroad Africa project is a seminar.work .
MAR 5 I II camp, voluntary aid "aro ram which attemts tot.pro-
LOOK AND LISTENThen i mote cross-f tilization .J ideas and to achieve person-
FOOD ON THE HOUSE 9 PMS to-person relationship between Africa, Canadian and
read about the new location II American young people.

of the New Thrill, for-
Miss Hepburn would be the first person to tell any-
merly of 1486 NW 5th Place.
i iI one interested in the program that it is not a summer of
Now located at 1613 NW 54th I DIXIE LOUNGE
, Street. lying along sandy beaches. It is a sunmer of work.
"Our the Sierra
= project sponsored by Leone Ministry of
Home cooked food, old hickory Education was the construction of a kitchen extensionfor
barbecue with French fries; a secondary boys' school. This included digging up
I 15 ST
the best in town to take out. 1497 NW 7 AVE-CORNER 5 feet of top soil, making blocks, laying blocks, mixing
breakfast 2 mortar and pouting cement."
Special for :
I Miss Hepburn was graduated from Miami Northwestern -
eggs, coffee and toast THE BAR ,
= High in 1961. Presently she is a graduate studentat
39*. 1/2 fried chicken with PEOPLE WITH DISCRIMINATING TASTEs
Tuskegee pursuing a master's degree in the field of
French Also I
fries 89* guidance and counseling.
old hickory barbecue. Spe-

cial entertainment begin- Register How!
ning Friday March 4 by i FR1-9514
Nature Boy. Eugene Cooper, General Manager

Mack Barkley, Owner I ll ftRHIlIIJlIHIIBIIfIIUIHIIDl lIllI llBII IWUU..II..IIIII.IIJ..UUIHlIIIIIIHRRllHIIOn1111I11111111I11! 11111111111111111111 The books are open


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10 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 4, 1966

ATTENTION ut*> F Jn k .

CHUR01 REPORTERS i .._._'.."',..,, J5 .......... ',,:.._..u .qWd-'" ..," M "" U" ._ .

cation .In th. current w...'. FIFTH CHURCH OF NEW MT. MORIAHRev.

.Issue must be In our office CHRIST, SCIENTIST' PRAYER BAND A. L. Shipp pastor 3165 NW 56th Street

.. ...,than 7.'clockMon- Evelyn L. Souter, reporter Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastorOn

Jay ......".. Publication of 1600 NW 54th Street 1525 NW 3rd Avenue Services Sunday were spiritually -
newt received' of tor thot of last Sunday afternoon
The absolute equality high with our pastor
The president is asking all the senior ushers were host to
tlmo comot bo guarantee1.ATTENTION all men in the sight of God is members to be present each bringing the message and our the Ushers' Federation Association
the theme of this week's with the service
juniors its union.
Wednesday night at 7:30 for in monthly
Lesson-Sermon on the subject meeting for prayer is and ushers board.Conference Rev. W. M. Bouyer, pastor of
"Man," to be read in all prayer Thursday, BETHANY SDA CHURCH
Church of
the answer to all our problems. New Hope Baptist
Christian, Science Churches on March 3 at 8 pjn. Our Lord'sSupper
Rev. M. Jennings and congregation Pahokee, was the speaker.On .
Bible references include night. Joint rehearsal
Sunday. Sunday 2500 NWSOth Street
will conduct service the third Sunday afternoon -
ALL CHRISTIANS Paul's interpretation of for choir No. One and
month there will
in next
this fundamental spiritual pro-.Sunday, March 6 at 11 a.m. Two Much'4 at 8 p.m. Choir The annual Spring Prayer
White House Tea
The chairman of the Wo- mise. For ye are all the child-The public is cordially Invited No. One will have a program sored a by Choir No. 2. Deacon span- will' be conducted at Bethany

man's Day, end all the chair- ren of God by faith in Chnst awaits where a warm welcome March 13 at 3 p.m. Henry Jefferson, pastor! nightly beginning March 6-12,

men and co-chairmen, and mem- Jesus There is neither you. 7:30 p.m. Evangelist C. Dun-

bers of the entire Woman's Day Jew nor Greek, there is neithe bar Hennt a returned missionary -

cabinet committee concerned bond nor free there is neithe from Africa, who now pastors -
about the souvenir book of the male or remafe, for.ye are alone ST. JAMES AME in Orlando will be the

Greater New Bethel Baptist in Christ Jesus." These I l' guest speaker, with 17 yearsin

Church of Opa-locka and the shall be followed by parallel Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pastor I .. service in the mission field

members at large are sponsoring .. refemces from the denomina- Bert Cooper, reporterIn J ; ....., Elder Henrm experiences are
a spiritual program, The tion's textbook. You are always hi, vast and a real spiritual bles-
calendar rally .
the monthly "I
.Crusaders For Christ. Theme, welcome to attend ser- the March-ites Calendar ''. '' '.'' .. .. .I ..,"... : : : L.Lc: .. sing is in store. Please come
"And ye shall be witnesses." vices at all Christian Science I \\ '" .. .. early and bring a friend.
Acts 1 chap. 7-8. The program Churches Sunday 10 a.m. Wed- Club comes to the front. This : ;. ".,\... ,... ,. '..,.,,,.'... ',.:..'. ,.' ,, ,' .
following nesday 8 Our Reading fund raising events began last tf! :.: :
schedule is as : P.m. ;
March 9, the church and Room is open to the public year with March as the leadoff ': : 'i.f' MT. SINAI BAPTIST
congregation. Mrs. C. Shef- Monday-Friday 1-3, Wednesday month. The eagerness to get ', .

field, guest speaker. 6 to 7:45 p.m. Young peopleup started hasn't faded. Their -,,,...,..::.. ,, J. """," 698 NW 47th Terrace

March 10, Mt. Pleasant to age 20 are invited to at- first official effort will be a Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastor

Methodist Church of Opa-locka tend Sunday School held in the Night of Movies, "To Mexicoand I Dorothy Chaney, reporter

Mrs. C. Bryant in charge. Rev. church edifice at 9:30 every Back to St. James," Fri :J

M. Mack, pastor. Sunday morning. day night. Donation 50 cents, ... Now that the Lenten sea-

March 11, Mrs. Nellie Jonesin refreshments on sale. Mrs. son has started, let us think

charge and other dynamic Louise Woods is chairman. of our God who went into the

groups in charge. TEMPLEFirst Mrs. Martha Nicholson cli- wilderness for forty days. Ingoing

March 14, '3 p.m. New Ma- services will maxed the month of Februarylast A into the wilderness he
cedonia Baptist Church and Sunday Essie Irby of Fort; Lauderdale tecnniques. very practical
entnoe congregation in charge. be as usual. The Lord's Sup- Sunday night with a program also well known in Mi- feature of their missionary gave up all the things that are

Rev. F. Mack, pastor. Rev. F. per will be administered dur- that was "out of this ami for her missionary work, training was the intensive instruction innated to man in his every

Mack of West Hollywood will ing the morning and evening.The world." Mrs. Nicholson and and her husband, Joseph, have given to every stu- day existence. Let us now,

be preaching the closing ser- choirs will sing jointly. her group did a grand job for just completed (Feb. 27) a dent on one of the following during this season give up the

The Trustee Board, Bro. such a short time and with a five-month specialized coursein languages: Spanish French, things which we have deemed

mon.To all Christians, this is T. Bonivy, chairman, is busy small number that respondedto Bible instruction 'and mis- Portuguese, German and Chin innated for our survival. Dur-

your program. Mrs. Christine preparing for its States Rallyon the call. Even though the sionary training at the Watch- ese.Students this season let us keep this

Hamock, chairman Mrs. Dorothy Sunday, March 20. Every time was limited they reported tower Bible School of Gilead were also givenan verse in mind: Bless thee, 0

Davis, co-chairman Mrs. member is asking his friendsto $1,358.371The in New York City. opportunity to study and Lord of my soul and forget

Majorie Perkins, chairman of pitch in and give him a March Club announcedthat Essie Irby center, is shown participate in the United not all his benefits.

souvenir book; Rev. W, K. it is going all out. Giving with Milton Hylton of Costa States Branch's supervision of Sunday is Communion. Let

Smith, pastor. vote.Mrs.. Susan Hepburn, church nothing away, selling every- Rica left, and her husband 355 its traveling 5,175 congreantions ministerial and us all come out and join in

mother, who has been suffering thing in sight. Even if you discussing notes from a lec- ervisors in addition to sup- the service. We invite each of

GRACE from a fractured knee, Is want a squirrel dinner, they ture delivered by the presidentof In the operation of the sharing Saclety's you to come and worship withus
sell that liver onions, the school entitled, "Neu- for Jesus said Where
convalescing at home after a will printing plants. The two
trality Problems Connect-
week at Jackson Memorial soude, conch fritters, stew with This." This lecture entire student body partici- or three are gathered in my

W. F. Savoy, pastor Hospital. we pray for her a beef, anything that's saleableyou of over 80 heard by them, dur-one pated in the actual productionof name I shall be also.MT..CJ4LVARY.

Congratulations to the men speedy recovery, and for all may purchase. Chili porkpie ing the term, contained practical the year's output of 16,408-

for the fine devotion programof the others who are on the anyone? : principles of peace.that a J28 Bibles and Bible study
last Sunday morning. Herschel ''
'sick list. aids as well as 141,412,715
missionary can follow to main-
is 1742 NW 3rd Avenue
Peterson especiallyto The Rev. Herbert 0. Fer- copies of the Society's two
tain a peaceful position in
be complimented for his a magazines. The Watchtowerand Rev. Samuel Atchicon, pastor
formerly one of our FRIENDSHIPRev.
guson, war-torn world. This instruc-
the Constance Carter
fine leadership. May men Awake! reporter
of the church continue in their associate ministers, is here tion was, shared by a class of

inspiring workmanship.This for a few weeks' visit. lIe is J. E. Jenkins, pastor 103 selected ministers of Je "It was most impressive Ward No. 3 is sponsoring a

morning serving as District pastor ai t Sis. Ruby Lee Carr, reporter hovah's Witnesses who were said Milton Hylton"to observethe Tea at the home of Mrs. Eddie
Sunday our
junior choir of children in Acklins Island in the Baha Sunday, March 6 will be gathered from 14 lands around force for peace that the Lee King, 1331 NW 68th St.

grades 4 tp 6, will be dedm:at- mas.The Freedom Day at our church. the world and who are now Bible exerted in our close association Mrs. Virginia Grant will be the

ef and will sing their first pastor wishes to thank Come and join with us and acknowledge equipped to take their mission with so many dif- guest speaker. You are wel-

selection. They have been organized the No. 1 choir and ushers your day.Art Green of peace to the 41 different ferent nationalities and cul- come to the tea.FRANCIS. .

only for a few weeks, who motored to West Palm of Radio Station WAME will lands to which they are as- tural backgrounds. We always

under direction of Mrs. Ida Beach Sunday to serve at the signed. enjoyed mutual understandingand
be of special
one our guests.
McKinney, with the assistanceof morning session of the Atlan- Usherboard No 3 with Bro.J. The course provided each peace with one fellow .
Mrs. 'Juanita Ephriam and tic Coast Baptist Association. day for half-day's classroom students and this emphasizedto
C. Wright president, was
Mrs. Viola Strachan. Sometimethis Thanks also to other members activity and a half-day's prac- me that the nations of the Edward Phillips of 240 NW
honored with dinner for being
a tical training. Academic stud- world
year, we look forward to who attended. peacefully coexist 9th St. Apt. 303 died Feb.
the organization of a primary the most popular auxiliaryfor ies included; chapter-by-- if the teachings of the Bible 24 at the Veteran's Hospital.

choir for grades Ito 3. 1965. Our pastor and wife chapter study of the entire were only followed." Remains were shipped to Lakeland -
were our most honored guest, Bible, the realtion of world The Irbys are being
Thns Sunday evening at 7 NEW PHILADELPHIA sent to Ga. Monday Feb. 28 for
is our monthly Christian Edu- with the Young Matrons Auxi-, history to the history of the St. Lucia West Indies on spec- final rites and burial. Survivors

cation Workshop. Members and 420 NW 40th Street liary second Sis Lucy Rem- Bible as well as Bibleteach.r'ij- ial assignment. include a dear friend Mrs .

friends are urge c to come to Rev. Wm. H. WashingtonThe bert, pres. The dinner was Jean Soctt; three sisters;

this monthly event of training enjoyed by all. Prepared by Lula Lester, Leila white and
and pastor journeyed tc'such wonderful cooks as Sis.1' Georgia
planning. Bishop; one brother
Locka Mrs. Perkins ,
OPa during the after-
Remember: you are always Carrie Lee Rhodes, Essie Mae Appointed too..lttll Willie, several relatives and
welcome at Grace.McGHANEY noon, Sunday to deliver the<:Robinson, Jerilian white, Dec.A. friends.

Ninth Anniversary Sermon for J. Blakely and Dec. Roosevelt ----
the Usherboard No. 2 pf Mt. Johnson. Our sincere ( OR Delinquency Cecil Newton of Krome Ave

SPEAKSAnd Hermon AME Church, the Rev. thanks with such a wonderful Quarters in Homestead died

S. L. Gay, pastor. Evening pastor as our leader, we report annually in April to the)Feb. 25 at Kendall Hospital.
I ask mine
own services brought the Rev. general chairman.Mrs. Funeral arrangements at this
are aiming for higher goals.We .
there is that
glory seek-
; Rawlings to the time
pulpit of New Perkins is requestingthe are incomplete. Sur-
eth and judgeth. John 8:30. invite our friends to joinus
It is a wonderful feeling to Philadelphia, who delivereda Sunday. support of all the various vivors include his wife; Hazel
sermon on "The supreme missionary societies which mother, Mrs. Nora Newton, several
do something for someone and Our get well prayers are
think nothing about it as of a Power of God." We are thank- extended to all of our sick A she will conatct. friends.other relatives and
gain of often do ful to the Lord for his Miss
course we most and shut-ins. Our deepest Marie White is the
things for gain or profit, sometime timely and inspiring message. James Lewis general chairman and welcomes ---
sympathy to Dec.
that is our business. ButI Saturday, dinners will be the support of Mrs. Perkins in Rosalyn Deshazer, seven-
and family in the loss of month old
am not referring to that kind on sale at the church, 420 NW his this much needed area, which Mrs. daughter of Mr. and

of doing, I am referring to doing 40th st. For-{ree delivery call aunt. was discussed with Mrs. SusieC. Roosevelt Deshazer of
Miss. died
something for someone 757-7136. Menu: Chicken, Ik t.kL Holley, state president Feb.
SALTERS CHAPELRev. Graveside services
whi si in need. When we do were
greens yams, .potato salad, r during the recent Gov. Haydon held
Tuesday March
1 at
good deeds, we feel the Christ
likeness within, and when that com bread. H, J. Benson, pastor Bums Conference in Tampa. Evergreen Memorial Park.
All nine candidates for Flossie Marshall, reporterOn
feeling comes to you, you Baptism are asked to be at a'................,.......................................
acn't help but feel great. So :
the Sunday. morning services last Sunday the motherof
say for ourselves this week: : Miami Times :
at 10 a.m. Baptism starts at Mable Carter along with
I seek first the kingdom of
God, and His rihjteousness, 10:30 a.m.SHILOH. many other visitors worshippedwith Mrs. Marjorie Perkins,. active 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue
us. Rev. Benson attended in religious circles was
and I am prosperous, healthy, the Bishop Council in : Miami Florida :
happy and free. So until a later recently appointed as the coordinator .
South Carolina along with .
BAPTISTRev. of the Committee on
date, if God's will, thanks
other ministers of the : Dear Sir
and my prayers for all of you. many Juvenile Delinquency for the :
A. M. Griffin, pastor city. Last week Miss Barbara Baptist Women of Florida

Sis. C. M. Myles, reporter Jean Bogan and Johnnie Pool (auxiliary of the General Bap Enclosed please find the sum of S_
ZION HOPE BAPTIST The chairman, Deacon Al- were married. The bride is the tist Convention.Mrs. .
phonso Harmon, co-chairman daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan to cover the cost of a subscription to
Perkins is a member
Services were spiritually Deacon Clifford Brown and Bogan. We wish them the most
high all day last Sunday. captains would like to take enjoyable happiness. of the Greater New Bethel : the Miami Times

There will be a car wash at this tine to thank Rev. W. M. Salters Chapel rendered Baptist Church, Opa-locka, of

the church March 12 for $1. 00, Davis, Rev. 0. West and male service, at Brownsville Bap- which the Rev W. K. Smith is 'Mail Paper To

sponsored by the children. chorus of First Baptist of tist, Rev. Cooper, pastor. pastor. For a number of years

The No. one usher board Brownsville along with our Don't forget your budget and she was president of the Address_ __ _____-______________
will be selling dinners at the other visitors and friends for the Birth Month Rally. Young Women's Auxiliary of

church Saturday, March 5 from making our Men's Day programa Bro, Rudolph Marshall is in the Seaboard Baptist Association City State Zip Code_

10 a m. until. Please stop by success. A total of $1,41331 ,- Mercy Hospital, room 716. Her plans and program
and let them serve you. Pray was raised. We are participating in will take her into all the

for all the sick and shutins Bible Class every Thursday Men's Day and hope Jt ,will' be. churches in the General Baptist Six Months $3 00 One Yr. $5.)0 Two Yrs $9.00

and bereaved families. at 8 p.m. a success. Convention where she will of.....................,.......,....,.....,...... ...."A...

THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, Mcrch 4, 1966 9

Shoots Gone Member For Ben tinn '
was charged with
aggravated ed to send her sons to their tool a .22 revolver from under
As a result of months of assault. He was sent to Youth father in New Jersey because his mother's bed, and, returning ,-----. --, -- -. ,- ,
Hall, party for his own protection she was afraic of the Colts. to the ,
rassment from a teenage ground pointed it
because police HURRY! DOK'T BE SORRY! DON'T BE LATE!
ig, a 12-year-old BTW High The Colts are a number of at his tormentors and two oth
dent shot and wounded hise.od reprisals from the Colts. The boys, 10 to 18 who are constant ers.
neighbor Sunday names of the boys were notreleased trouble makers in the The boy said he told them, Northwest 17 Ave t 81 St
i his mother's gun. by the authorities. Central Negro District, said "Don't you come after me.",
The victim of the shooting Miami Homicide Detective the police. They have been Wh n they'moved toward him," WALDORf ESTATESTHE
taken to Jackson Memo- Dennis Watkins said the youth formerly called the Hornets he fired one ahot. The other
hospital where a doctor told him he and his 11-year and the Pink Poodles. boy fell.
d his condition' was satisItory. old brother are. both membersof The midget gunman told The little fellow told the NEW EXCITING CONDOMINIUM HOME
the Colts. police that Sunday morning officer that he ran all the way
|The 130-pound youth, mem- Mrs. Bertha Walden, 30, of after the Colts had beaten his downtown where he saw a
of a teenage gang which 148 NW 7th St., the boys' brother and threatened him, he traffic policeman and gave up 4 r
)s itself the Colts, was mother, said her sons are ran to his apartment upstairs, himself.
good boys who refuse to join
t in the abdomen by his
the Colts because they
are a
crsized neighbor who said
bunch of glue sniffers."
the bigger boy and hiss '
had been beating him'his Neighbors had another description Dugies Guest Hous I
11-year-old brother for of the Walden boys, 11I1'- I" 'EIeI
saying all the Colts were of J r,
s. Police said the youth -'tiM house .., lrnusv.l''f.. on.' ..- .
the -:< .1
same breed. or' I 'if/Pl.: ; .1 '
ttod the shooting and Mrs. Walden said she want .r.". \ \.,IC..,'-u.",'''.,..tlad..".. f.'.;{'J, ... ...
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12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 4, 1966


family of the late Mrs. Carrie Bell Moss of Mrs. Ethel Williams, 511
I 1753 NW 68th Terrace was Hickory Ave., Sanford, Fla;
CARDS IRE IORIALSDEATHS MRS. LAURA M. McDONALD dead on arrival at Jackson died Feb. 17 Mrs. Williams

who passed away January 21, Hospital Feb. 25. She Is was a resident of this com-

1966 wishes to express our survived by her husband, munity until ill health took her
thanks and appreciation to
r Green; a daughter, Florence,>body, then she went to live
the neighbors and friends for
IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn their cards and flowers and Coney; four sons, Alphonso with her daughter. She is the
I Mosss, Lenon Moss, Frank mother of one of our greatest
other acts of sympathy. Special -
In loving memory of our family of the late memory ofMRS. thanks to the ministers of and Freddie Lee Moss; a ,sis- gospel singers, known as Miss

mother and grandmother, WILLIAM DAVIS,.SR. the Youth Fellowships of the ter, Vema Mae Morris; a Marion Williams, other survi-
wish sincere thanksto brother Otha Willis ten
express Mrs. Rebecca De-
Churches of God in Christ and vors are
everyone for their kind also the Range Funeral Home grandchildren; other relatives vaux daughter of Sanford Fla.;

words, letters, cards, telegrams and to our beloved pastor and friends. Services were one son, Isaac Snype of this
flowers and all that held March 2 at the New Mt.
Elder E. II. Cooper. May God community.Services were
was done for us during the Moriah Baptist Church -
,YIk bless you all. Tuesday from the A.M. Cohen
illness and death of our loved Mrs. Mattie Duhart of 16101 Temple Church of God in Christ.

one. Special thanks to Father Mr. and Mrs. Will HightowerAnd NW 27th Ave, Opa-locka, was

Brown, officers and membersof FamilyIN dead on arrival at the North Fred Buchanan, 15121 PolkSt.
St. Andrews Episcopal Dade General Hospital on
., Richmond Ilgts., died
Church and the Range Funeral +rs iirhI Friday, February 25, she is Services held
Home. MEMORIAM survived by her 'husband Albert Feb. 15. were
Tuesday from the Gr. Isreal
We loved him but God loved ; three daughters: Christine -
him best. Helen and Darlene; two P.B. Church survivors are,

The l)I vis'and sons, Edmond and Albert, Jr.; Wife, Fretsy Mae; mother, one
other relatives and friends. sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Smith;
Fawkes Families
Services will be held on Sa- two brothers, waverly Jr. of

turday, March 5 at the First Atlanta, Ga., James Gilmore,

P S Baptist Church of Opa Locka, stepfather.
at 3:30 p.m.

Drew Jean Gaber of 191 Edward V. Taylor, 1924 Nw
4p Nw 12th St. died at Jakcson 5th Ct. died Feb. 19. Survi-

Hospital on Feb. 26. She was vivors are wife Marion; four
MAGGIE S. the 15-year-old daughter of sons; two daughters; one

r .- ROBINSONwho x Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gaber. brother Charles; three sis -

GRACIE EDDEN KNOWLESwho 1';"1.\ departed this life Other survivors are a brother, ters. Services Saturday 11 a.m.

f" \ March 2, 1963 Henry; a sister,Bertha Frances St. Agnes Episcopal. Elk's
departed this life Febru- I .. : Seems like she is just other relatives and friends. Lodge Brothers will have

ary 25, 1951.I ...... '"",,.,..:ill' away Services will be held on Sat. their services Friday night in
that March 5 at a time and placeto the City chapel.
can never forget I cannot say, I will not Liberty
dear name prizes above every cay be announced.Mrs. .

other; it is the key that unlocks She is dead, she is just --......................- ..----"-+ ..-- Vera Green of 445 SW Richard Diamond, 4812 NW

I the glad scenes of the away 'MARTHA J., WOOD ,. ,4th St. died at Kendall Hospital 16th Ave. died Feb. 18. sur-
past, the beautiful name of I With a cherry smile and a 'Tvho died March 3, I960. on Sur;. Feb.' 27. She issurvive'd' vivors are wife,Sylvia; mother;
wave of the hand, We cannot say and will not ,' tyr a' daughter Mrs
sister bro-
mother. father
one one
She wandered into an not say that she is deadShe's Opal Lee' Ferguson; three ;
Mrs. Ida K. Sidney ther. Remains sent Tues-
unknown land.It just away. sons, Charlie, Johnnie and
daughter Willie; twelve grandchildren 'day 9:30 p.m. to Blytheville,
Grade Ann, granddaughter is sad and not the love With a cheery smile and a Other relatives and friends.; Ark., for final rites and burial.
MR. WILLIE SANDERS of it wave of the hand
Still as the Savior I say She has wandered into an un- Arrangements are incomplete.

She is not dead, she Is iknown land. Arthur Lafayette Jones of
CARD OF THANKSThe Tommie Lee Wood, 15050
Former employee of East- just away. 3845 SW 4th St., Coral Gables:
family of the late em Airlines and presently at The love is the same andI James A. Wood, husband died at the Veterans Hospital Johnson St., Opa-locka, died
Miami International Airport. will Dorothea RichardsonRuth on Feb. 22. He is survived by Feb. 20. survivors are wife,

ARTHUR L. JONES Having resided at 2275 NW See you some day. E. Copeland his widow, Kathleen; a brother Josephine; one stepson; pa-

wish to express sincere thanksto 152nd St., Opa-locka for a Wiley Robinson Cleora Brooks Lancelot Jones; a stepdaughter rents Mr. and Mrs. Charlie

Rev. George Johnson,Canon number of years, was pronounced Mary L. Floyd Leah Forbes; other rela- Wood; two sisters, Mr. Bcr-
Cooper, Rev. Brown membersof DOA at Jackson Me- tives and friends. Serviceswere nicestine Murphy, PatriciaAnn
Trinity Wesleyan Church, CARD OF THANKS three brothers CharlieJr.
morial Hospital Feb. 26 at held on Saturday Feb. ; ,
t Range Funeral home and many 7:30 a.m. The family of the deceased CARD OF THANKSThe 26 at the Trinity W.M. Church. ., Lormie G. Timmie. Ser-
friends and for their
He is survived by his wife vices Saturday 2 p.m. Greater
thoughtful consideration John Hogen of 2195 W 5th
of the late New Bethel Church
family Baptist ,
Thanks and may God bless Alice, mother, Mrs. Lena San- Ave. Hialeah, Fla died at
you. de 1 of Quincy, Fla., and a CLEVELAND TINKER Jackson Hospital Feb. 17. He Opa-locka.

Y brother, Joe, Daytona Beach wish to thank the'many friendsfor is survived by dear friendsMr.
The Entire Jones Family a host ofrelatives and friends. their prayers,floral arrangements and Mrs. Floyd Long and Willie, Matt&on, 3655 Per-

Services were held at Mt. telegrams, cards, and Felix Sapp,friend and employer cival Ave., Coconut Grove
Zion AME with Reb. Milton other expressions of sympathy Services were held Friday died Feb. 21. Survivors are

CARD OF THANKS Fayson officiating. Young's during our recent bereavement. evening in the chapel. wife, Gloria; six daughters;

Funeral Home was in charge. Special thanks to Rev. AaronD. seven sons; three brothers;
The family of the late Hall and Francis Funeral Samuel Hughes of 623 four sisters. Services Saturday
SW 8th St. Homesteatl Fla.
"- Hall. 3 p.m. St. Mary's Bapt. Church,
passed at the South Convalescent -
Coconut Grove.Nathaniel .
Home on March 1. He is
Kathleen T. Clorie, sister
4W survived by two nieces Susie
5Y Drucilla Sears, aunt Byrd, 5024 NW
Brody and Rose Reyes; a
sad but loving memory And the Tinker FamilyIN grand niece, Ismaraldo Jousvotwo ,'23rd Ave. died Feb. 22. Survivors

>' 13tl of our dear husband, father dear friends, Ida Surrencyand are wife, Eddie Lee;
and grandfather MEMORIAMIn Dora Brown; other friends two sons; two daughters; father -
... and relatives. services will ; three sisters; five brothers
sad and lovingmemory of
be held in the chapel Sat. at a ; Arrangements are in-
I my dear daughter and mother
a to be announced. complete.
.". SAM B. SOLOMONwant who departed this life March

to thank all friends and 2, 1963. Gone but not forgotten. -
neighbors for extending their .
many kind gestures of sympathy Sadly missed by mother, Hittroln Utetmirial ftarh
during the illness and after Muriel Cooper

the passing of our beloved Johnny Wilkinson, son You do Not have to own Grave Space in LINCOLN
-'-- husband and father.
We are grateful for the
life ones. Just Tell funeral director this Is wish.
who departed this Feb. special rendered your your
services by
It will be done.
10, 1966 wish to acknowledgeand the Manker Funeral Home and
thank our many friends the pastor Rev. Edward T. "- GATES OPEN EVERY DAY INCLUDING HOLIDAYSA

for their kind expressions of Graham, of Mt. Zion Baptist 2 mo. pre-need grave space sale now going on.
sympathy during our recent Church. AM ;

bereavement. Your prayers, NATHANIEL S.STRACHAN SR. r NE 4.4197 E. Johnson, Manager OX 1.9199

telegrams, cards, floral offerings who departed this life March

and visits helped S, 1963. CARD OF THANKSThe
soothe our aching hearts.We There is blessed home beyond 3

would like to add special > this land of woe. family of the late Mrs. ; ..,1.
thanks to the pastor, of- Where trials never come nor ..
ficers and members of St. tears of sorrows flow. MRS. ALBERTA TURNERwho RAHMINGS FUNERAL HOME

Mary's W.M. Church, Francis Wait but a little while in un- departed this life Jan-
Funeral Home for their wonderful complaining love, 28 wish .t
uary 1966, to acknowledge ,
service and to all His own most gracious smile and thank their N Formerly M. S. Allen Funeral HomeA
neighbors of Greater Miami. shall welcome you above. many friends for acts of kind- '4

ness, expressions of sympathy ; sympathetic and understanding service to ,
The Family Mrs. Constance Strachan, during their recent bereave-
wife ment. Your beautiful floral __wt, everyone
Children and Grandchildren offerings, cards, telegramsand

CARD OF THANKSWe prayers will long be re- OWNERS
membered.A .
the family of the late
special thanks is givento
Lewis Buster Newbold
KATIIERENE TAYLORof Rev. Edward Graham of Mt. Manager

419 NW 13th St. Apt. 3, Zion Baptist Church for hit William L. Carey, Jr..
who died Feb. 6 and buried friends of words ot comfort and love 'and Mr. and Mrs. Percy L. Harry L. Rolle
many Mr.
Feb. 12, wish to express sin- Richardson Funeral Home, for' Brown Sr., wish to thank
cere thanks to everyone for George E. Ross will regret to the beautiful I service. their many relatives and Mrs. Helen! Harris

the kind words, letters, cards, learn of his passing on Jan. friends for sympathy expressed Mathew H. Rahmings L.F.D.
29 at his home in Jackson- ,
through cards, telegrams and
flowers, telegrams and all that
was done for us during the ville. He was 88. Mr. Ross CARD OF THANKSThe flowers during their bereave STAFF
illness and death of our love will be remembered by pio- ment, and in behalf of their
one. Thanks to the Francis neer resident of the Liberty bereaved family of son, the late Percy Brown Jr. Mrs. Helen Perkins, Secretary

Funeral Home. Special thanksto City area, having operated a BLANCH OWENSDONALDSON May God bless you all. Harold Perkins
Rev. I. C. Mickins of Mt. small grocery store at 6706
NW 18th Ave. from 19.23 until Sherman Carey
Olivette Baptist Church. May wish to express our sincere
God bless one and all. his retirement and return to thanks and appreciation for DEATH Charlie Jordon

She leaves to mourn: Jacksonville in 1954. the many cards, telegrams,

Anita Taylor, daughter Survivors include a son, flowers and other deeds of Joe Byes of 2022 NW 5th
Geraldine Miller, niece William B., of New York and kindness during the illness PI. died at Jackson Hospital 1144 NW 3 AVENUE PHONE: 371-8343

Ulysses Jones, brother daughters, Marion Watts of and death of my wife. Feb. 28. He is survived by Day or Night
Minnie Holland, aunt, Ft. Philadelphia; Margaret Ross Thanks to the Range Fun- Mrs. Naomi Bishop; other
Myers, Fla., and a host of of Jacksonville; Louise Ross eral Home for its services., relatives and

p rowingrtily. and friends. and Wilhelmlna Page,qf Miami.' Willie Donaldson, husband, rangements ,are inicdmplete

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 4, 1966 13


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owner will sell for $1,000 See these ever 2 beauties been lived in. CBS, oak floors, sprinklers Lockwood, sole owner. Noticeof 624-6164 757-rn64.
down with no qualifying or NE 152nd at 1440 hugh lot, fenced in-FHA intention to register under
$400 FHA. To see this unusual down to qualified Terr. Only $300 terms in choice location at ficticious name law U-Mold-It

buy call OX 1-0262 Biscayne closing buyer. No 1770 NW 83rd Terr. A legal Mold it yourself, Rent-A.Mold. ,
costs! '
Inc. Broker 9635 NW per mo. steal. Don't fail to out
Realty ,
pays all. Call 238-4023 for in- Feb. 11, 18, 25. Mar. 4, 1966. .
I 22 Ave. Open nites and Sun- formation Sunday. Open 1-6 p.m. and
or better Its II"TWM
yet, come : Ivys
I days. out and see them. our salesman will show you ,

around. Fenster Realty, broker ... .. .
2266 NW 94th Street dndcf.) PL 9-8779. OPEN SUNDAY 2-6 P.M. MODERN BEAUTIES
Open until sold big beautiful $500 down. No HELP WANTED
only $400 down. The 900
CBS owner will pay the closing NW 63rd St. Completely done 1414 NW 41st St. $495 down! Neat, intelligent young 2321 NW 91 STREET CBS
over, including a new shingled 3 bedroom 2 bath, Fla room,
costs and onjy.$72 month. You roof, painting, floor sanding, no qualifying, like new. Act lady. Must know howto 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH. Front and rear porch.

must. It's see air this conditioned to appreciateit. beau- etc. Total price $10,500. Pay- fast. Call JE 1-6902. type. dining room, utility room, $450 down.
ments $75 month. Call Herbert 8020 NW 14 COURT-CBS
tiful stove and refrigerator, Lee Call FR 9-8451
carport, nice landscapingbig 2663. at 633- 2 bedroom house. CBS air. 9 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH. Enclosed porch, large
closets, tile roof, Fla condo chain link fence all a.m. to p.m.
around. kitchen, utility room, appliancos. $350 down.
room and a big proch. For the R-2 lot. 5515 NW 6th
most for your money see Bis- 4721 NW 6th Avenue Ave. $67 mo. Shown by ap- $66 mo. No costs.
Big, big Fla room, fresh paint, pointment. 6240730.
cayne Realty, Inc. Broker, oak floors, garage. $200 down Indf 1195 NW 93 TERRACE CBS
9635 NW 22 Ave. OX 1-0262. ,
vets or relocation certificates 2 BEDROOM BUILT-IN OVEN. Dining room, rtfrtgtrator. -
nites and Sundays. These
Open FHA Homes Now
terms, house open Sun- Sale. 535NW BEST LOCATION $350 down. $68 mo; No closing costs.
day 2-5 p.m. Ben-Kori,Realtor, 49th St. 2 bedroom -
1772 NW 82nd Street anytime 751-2243. garage 1236 NW 32 STREET CBS 4 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, Fla room, diningroom

$350 167 down month.for lovely Perfect CBS only con- 1863 NW 88th Terr., 2 bedroom PRICED $12.580. FURN. oppliancts. $400 down. $79 MO. No closts.'
4721 NW 6th Ayenue carport.no closing costs,
dition, carport, Fla room, Big, big Fla room, fresh paint,'4512 NW 21 Ave. 2 bed, cleanno CBS, 3 bedrooms, carport, CBS 4 BEDROOM, 2 BATH. Spacious homo on

only one block to bus. See oak floors, garage, $200 down, closing costs, 1892 NW large fenced yard. Hear large lot. appliances, air cond. $450 down. NO
1772 NW 82nd St. Today open
for vets or relocation certifi- 83rd Terr. Oak floors, no costs.
3 to 6 p.m. until sold. schools, shopping and bus.
cates, FHA terms. Ben-Kori, closing costs. Drive by then,
For the most for your money Realtor, anytime 751-2243. call Fenster, Realty Broker. $1,500 down, no qualifyingor
sea Biscayne Realty, Inc. PL 9-8779. closing costs. Drive by CBS 2 BEDROOM. Porch, utility room, carport,

9635 NW 22 Ave. OX 1-0262. Big 3 Bedrooms then call: appiianul. $250 down, $59 MO. No closing costs .

Open nites and Sundays. 2 baths, lovely comer, CBS FOR RENT R. A. MUELLER, RealtorPL

"- Beautiful oak floors, custom 1-2401 HOME AND INCOME. 2CBS Beauties on large
HOME GOOD built for 3 bed,. fume
BUY owner, much better house. Wall to
lot. bundle down.' total. We
126 NW 47th Street than the average house. $19- wall carDetinn. electro kitchen $91 mo. $16,500

2 bedroom, CBS, with Fla 200. terms. Ben-Kori Realtor solar heater,Irge jalousie porch have keys.

room, barrel tile roof, hard- 612 NW 60th St. anytime 751- $100 a month.Adults. No pets.
wood floors, carport, 2 air 2243. 572 NW 51st St. 75+9450.
conditioners, stove and refrigerator LOVELY HOMES ONLY $100 DOWN ON ALL FHA HOMES

storm awnings, 3 BedroomsNo 1 bedroom duplex, fum. or un- kilt 0. Tier Lot or Ours FOR VETS AND DISPLACED PERSONSSH.EllREAlTY.BROKER
beautiful wall to wall carpeting,, qualifying, Liberty City turn. $20 wk. adults only.
large living and dining room, area, CBS, like new, fence Ben-Kori, Realtor, 751-2243. T. Please Y..
many extras. Total price is and awnings $500 down. $95
113.000 with $400 down, no month. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 1 bedroom apt. unfurn. adults LOTS FOR SALE '
closing ,costs. Open Sun 1-5 NW 60th St. Anytime 751-2243. only $20 wk. Drive by 749 NW
See Mr. Chris, he will show 61 St., to see call Ben-Kori, 5S*135-H.W. 48th T.rr. '

you how easy it is to own this On busy NW 17th Ave at 4769 751-2243. SOx105-H.W. 55t. St. 4MO NW 7ft An. 7H-5551

lovely home.R. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS. Shown
M. BROOKS Realtor by appointment. Phone 885- $16, three bedroom unfurn. 100x100- Terr.3 17 An.

688-6638 3805. duplex. 1367 NW 58th Terr. 50ilOO-41st St.
-- Lovely corner lot. Improvedwith $16, three bedroom unfurn. 50x14051.250Cash

3 bedroom, beautiful home with sidewalk and street house. 2229 NW 69th St. Paid For Lots,
separate garage, CBS, sprinkler lights, comer of 13th Ave and EDISON 1 SpecialsTHESE
system, all fenced in, all 44th St., N.W. 4250. Call Room in a quiet home. A man Homes, Acr og.
completely furn. 98 NW 52ndSt. 667-0172. only $10 wk. 1012 NW 75th NEED MONEY?

Drive by then call Fenster St. 7584925.
Realty, PL 98779.Government Direct from owner CALL BAR OH-JE. 8.1340Roeke 4 OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
-- 339 NW 39th Street Nice furn.kitchenette. $12 wk.
Repossessions $300 down CBS Nice fum. room. $8 wk. Phone 1431 NW 88 STREETCBS

\We have the latest FHA and 7588749NW 751-4309 7574298.one .
VA lists and keys. Like new tile roof, dining room, lovely homo with beouti

2, 3,and 4 bedroom homes that 84th St. at West Little bedroom house for a quiet ful screened patio and barbecue pit. $350 down FHA.

you can buy with as little as River School. Tel. OX 1-2241. and decent couple, no children No closing cost.
$ down and $57 month. These 8 to S.Mon thru Fri. for appmt. furniture new, hardwood
homes are in Carol City and floors, free water. $23.50 1441 NW 88 STREETCBS
New Liberty City. Life Realty, Direct from owner wkly. Call 6347224. *

Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 2466 NW 91 Street Rg1o tile roof, dining room, fenced yard, Fla room,
94371. Open evenings and Huge lot CBS Room. Private deal for singleman 149 2 reverse cycle air conditioners Lovely neighborhood.
Sundaysl! $350 down $62 month or woman. 691-6432. $250 down. FHA. $74.35 mo.
NW 65th
2441 St.
365 NW 59 STREET
1457 NE 152nd Street --
Modern 2 bedroom, CBS on fen- 3 bedroom furn. house. Rear 2 Nice room for clean couple or More and Want something nice? See this CBS, 3 bedroom, 2

ced comer lot in N. Miami bedr. furn. duplex. Income girl in new duplex. 7596026. more People bath home, Fla room, carport, tilt roof. $300 down.
Beach. Tile roof, jalousie $240 month. Total price is 11
FHA. No closing costs.
1 bedroom apt. electric furn. over Dad.
windows hardwood floors, a 12900. Adjoining lot: 2 Cotn
bargain at $9,800 with $300 CBS, house, 12500. Good downtown. $16 Liberty Rental ore swtic6dng to
down, $59 month and owner terms. All in a very good con- Agency, 2020 NW 62nd St. MB/4, 149!, and 335 NW 43 STREET

will pay all closing costs. dition. 572 NW 51st St. 754- 633.7809.Ultra enjq'in9 the oil new $300 down, FHA, no closing costs for this large home
Keys at Life Realty, Broker, 9450.
4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 94371. nice 2bedroom residence RocI.t exciting sound of with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, garage.

Open evenings and Sundays. Direct from owner CBS, $30, Liberty Rental Rodio ,
2050 NW 96 Street Agency, 2020 NW 62nd St. Sons. peppl
2020 NW 167th Street, Like New CBS 633-7809. it it.listen.
Like new 3 bedroom CBS in $400 down. $73 month 420 NW 45 St Lovely CBS, 3 bedroom, 1H} bath, FIG
furn. $22
Bunche Park. Awnings, awn- 758-8749 2 Liberty bedroom Rental duplex Agency, 2020 worn, dining room, garage, FHA terms.
windows, everything new
inside and out. A bargain at House. 8400 NW 23rd Ave. NW 62nd St. 6337809. 118 NW 44th Street 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Can be
9.500 with $200 down, $58 Doll, 2 bedroom, comer, frame, down
sold FHA Low
$16.50 terms. payment.
bedroom CBS on
CBS, 1
month and owner will pay all fenced in yard, garage
Liberty Rental Agency, 2020
drive. Near school.
closing costs. Keys at Life cement
Realty, Broker, 4932 NW 7th Fully furn., city water, shownby NW 62nd St. 633-7809. 6520 NW 1 Place CBS on large lot. $250 down,

Ave. PL 94371. Open even- appointment. Call 691- -- FHA. No closing costs.

ings and Sundays.An 8543. Mar wt25 1 bed. CBS, effcy. H bath]
Air. cond. patio, furnished 1760 NW 46 Street $7500 total. $2100 cash down,

Outstanding Beauty Direct from owner Adults only. No pets. 1352'' $63 month.

This lovely 3 bedroom CBS Home Income NW 52nd St. $28 wk. Phone:
2001 NW 83rd
home $10,000 total. Terrace $56.68 pays everything. :9
must be seen to be ap- $300 down. 757-7255.
preciated. Extra large carport, 758-8749 -- $8900 total. Only $970 down, na qualifying.

fenced and yard, jalousie windows features., DOGS FOR SALE Furnished apt. All' utilities. 288 NW 51 St Clan 2 bedroom, $6500 cor!..
many extra
Call 374-6506 or NE 40500.
Price only $10,500 with $350 French apricot poodles.6356737.ClIURCI' Indef. WE ARE OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
down and $63 month. Life weeks old. AKC

Realty, Broker 4932 NW 7th Would you Ilk. to leave youi BEING DISPLACED? $100 DOWN

Ave. PL 9-4371. Open evening SALE family free and cI.orholll.lf. ARE YOU A VETERAN $100 :DOWN
I and Sundays. March 5, 10 a.m. WMBM
Saturday, you should die? If to, call
NW 5th PI. Bed linen,
I "50 down. 1360 NW 84th Ter. 1803 OX 10262. Ind.f.
curtains, men's suits, dresses,,, Realtors
IA 3 bedroom,modern CBS homeon odds and ends. EDISON REALTY,
l a lot 67'xl06t. In very fine CHILD CARE Rock. ,

I condition. $77 month pays Children. Care for working 175 N.W. 62nd St 751-2441
(everything. $11,500 full price. CAB DRIVERS. APPLY mother. 6715 NW 17tht.ve.. Rad1a
Call Herbert Lee Simon, Realtor Society Cab office, 269 NW OX 1-4638.
at 6332663. 21st St.


14 THE: MIAMI TIMES,. Friday, March 4, 1966

$49,361 Poverty Groat to \ North Die IreelorI LET'S TALKPOLITICS

I HELP Purest Edvcatiori I Receives CififiM BY NORMAN JONFS

Possibly the greatest "Wheeling and Dealing" on
ENABLE is sponsored James B. Randolph, direo- Fred O. "Bud"
A federal anti-poverty grantof the Governor's level was executed by
to jointly by OEO, the Natioaln or of Drama at North Dado
$49.361 establish' Project Dickinson hopeful in the 1960 "Governor's Stakes"and
Urban League, Family Ser- High School, was awarded a ,
ENABLE a parent group
education program, in Dade vices Association of America, special citation by the Uni favorite in the 1964 stakes.
County, was announced this and Child Study Association of versity of Miami Drama department Of course Bud is no novice at "horse-trading" hav-

week by Frank K. Sloan( director America. during the 16th an- ing been a member of the State Senate and the Housein

of the Atlanta,Regional Project ENABLE will be nual play festival held at the the era of the "Porkchoppers" greatest influence,

Office, Office of Economic housed in the Carver Branchof Ring Theatre, Feb. 2426. ast when he embarked upon the Guberbatorial Trail.

Opportunity Program, Inc., In the YMCA. Leo A. Adder- The special award was givento But with all his savvy he finished fourth behind,
ly is the project director.T. .
Miami. Randolph for of service -
years Bryant, Carleton and Burns, however quick to sense an
Project ENABLE (Education Willard Fair, executive to North Dade High wheel and deal he immediately hied to
director of the stated opportunity
and Neighborhood Action League, School and the Opa-locka
for 'Better Living Effort) is a "The poverty and unem lo)':.community in the field of Farris Bryant with a "deal" to throw all of his supportto
program aimed at stopping the ment which afflict disapro- theatre. Bryant in the runoff.

problems of the disintegratingfamily portionate numbers of Negroes Randolph, a native of His payoff when Bryant took office was the crea-

borhoods.in disadvantaged neigh in Miami take a tremon onus Alexandria, La., joined the tion of a committee of 100 made up of top business and

also toll from the father who is job- North Dade faculty in 1958. politocal leaders of the state and the appointment of
The program provides less, the mother who is forced
of Since that time he has presented Dickinson as chairman.
for the training professionalsocial
into the labor market to make
workers in voluntary many outstanding From this vantage point Bud had three years to
ends meet, and the child denied -
family service agencies to the atmosphere he needsto theatrical productions including hustle all over the state conferring with "top boys"
handle the particular problems "Medea," "Raisin in the for
properly motivated. lining up both financial political booking:
of low-income families. grow up Sun/* the "Song of Berna--
families 1964 race.
A staff of six professionalsand Many disadvantaged dette," "Harvey," "The Miracle major production at North
are unaware of long established In the meantime Burns did like "Wes" and strayedout
four resident employeeswill Worker, and "Sabrina
conduct the program. resources available to Fair." The thespian troupeof Dade.Randolph, a graduate of of the mess daving all of his strength for his own

them and new services cur- North Dade has gained Florida A&M University, is return in 1964in a typical "Burns Is For Burns Manner."

rently being developed. Evenif national recognition under his the first Negro to receive a Dickinson parlayed tye chairmanship on the committee

n they are aware of these resources -direction.The Rockefeller fellowship in of 100 into the favored role of the 1964 Cover
they tend for a variety -
of reasons to feel deprivedof troupe has performedat drama to study at Karamu nor's Stakes and many political prognosticators conceded -

the right to use them or they two national dramatic arts Theatre in Cleveland. lie received him the Governor's chair as long as two years

lack the self confidence and conferences. Pictures of the his master of arts degree -before the primary. He had the biggest campaign fund,

sense of adequacy necessaryto troupe have appeared in two in dramatic arts from the biggest political organization and all the spit and

sustain appropriate action. national publications, "Dra Western Reserve University, polish of a West Point 2nd Lieutenant.But .
matics" Cleveland Ohio. He is
The services of Project EN- and "NADSA. married the best lie could do again was fourth" behind!
"Encore." "Lost in the and the father of three
ABLE are designed to help and the voters of Florida
such Stars," a musical is the next children. Bums, High Kelly, definitelydid
not want him in Tallahassee.

Kelly immediately declared himself as Curns: had

a Performing Arts Center Debutsfreshness done in 1960, to stay out of the runoff so as to better

build himself for another try in 1966. This left Dickinson -

"Who said the arts need and spirit to some in a wheeling-dealing position again, only this

the bright lights of a kind of of the most favorite selectionsof time it was Burns who hied forth to West Palm Beach to

1 ) Broadway to surviveEdison literature and music. Fea- seek his support in the runoff. Again Bud came throughand
tured in the production are
Courts, thing almost un- wheeled with Burns.
--- -
Daniel R. Francis has as- known community on NW 62ndSt. Elizabeth McCrink, Marilyn \ This time his payoff was an appointment by Burns
Lewis Ruth Clark Wendell
and 3rd Ave., take a titanic ,
sumed his newly assigned position
step forward on Sunday Graham. Anthony Corneal, and to a Cabinet Post vacated by Comptroller Ray Green.

ans at Visiting the Rainbow TeacherCounselor March 13 when its own per- Gail Powell. Dickinson finally made it back to Tallahassee after

Park Elementary School in forming arts center will debut Staff for the production is all, subject to the approval of the same voters who rejected

Opa-locka where Mrs. Rosa L. with the original, productionof Raymond Aranha, the drama; bin twice for the top spot. From his fav-

Fortson is the principal. As "The Mirrors of Man." Olga Martinez and Paul Papelka I ored spot, if he is returned, he may again be a forma

an outgrowth of the government's Performed completely in the music, and Irene Pines tive candidate for governor sometime in the future.

war on poverty, Dade's arena staging the production the dance. Executive directoris Wheeling and dealing is by no means confined to

School System sought and ob- class of the Fine Arts Conservatory Mrs. Ruth Greenfield. one political level. Wheelers and Dealers are found from

tained funds for guidance, will 'examine, the emotions Mrs. the precinct to the White House. We will discuss such
full-time, in several of its of man in the mirrors of Valdez Murray made
her second with examples on local and national levels in future chapters.
elementary schools. Shapespeare, Euripedes,
r He received his B. S. Degree Synge, Ressister Raymond, the Acorn Theatre Feb. 9-12
from FAMU I and M. A. Edmund"Waller/'Percy Sh J1ey' Sherman Hotel with four performances in the Former Whit House Press

from New York University.Prior and Maxwell Anderson,and in: production of "Dumbbell
to his appointment he the mirrors! of the creative wall to wall carpeting, People in a Barbell World."
held the position of Teacher-' dance and music. ':, '" \ telephone and private bath Director was James Bernard Secretary At FAMU WorkshopTALLAHASSEE
casting director
Coordinator,of Diversified Cooperative { The production compoaed'primarUy of the Jackie

Training (DCT) at of young people in every room. Gleason Show. AndrewT. power Survey Research New

Dorsey, Northwestern and training at the Fine Arts Conservatory -' She wishes to thank the Hatcher, former associate York City, will be the resource
North Dade High Schools, respectively a school longknown $6 & $8 PER DAY many friends who attended and press secretarY to the late person for this panel. He is a

for 17 years. to Miami, and' they bring*a sent telegrams of congratulations President John F. Kennedy, graduate of Florida A&M.
*.! -I.. .---"'- '.*. _.:..;JiL; 465 MYI 4TH STREETFR for a successful per- will deliver the keynote ad- "The Role of Photography,
formance. Mrs. Murray is a dress at the 16th annual Flor- Graphics and the Printed Media -
9-1151 teacher at Rainbow Park Elementary ida A&M University Interscholastic in Preparing Youth for

and a member of Zeta Press Wrokshop to be Servnce in the Great Society"is
SEE Phi Beta Sorority. held at Florida A&M March scheduled for 1:30 p.m.

35. Friday. Panelists are Mrs.
Mr. Hatcher is now market Gerri Major society editor.

REV. IRA PATRICKTHE Metro Recreation NewsEric promotions manager for P. Bal- Ebony; and Jet magazines, New
lantine and Sons with the home York City. Mike Beaudoin
office in Newark, N. J. The director of information services -
NOBLEMAN OF TODAY CAN AND The following tournaments, Brady,. Bunche Park;; theme for the workshop is, Florida State Univer-
contests and special events Greg Johnson, Hot Shots; "The Role of The Mass Me- sity and Lee Blackwell,
; pres-
Johnny Clayton, James E.
were held last week at JamesE. dia in Preparing Youth for ident of Negro Press International -
OR LARGE YOUR PROBLEM. I KNOW GODIS Scott Recreation Center. Scott. Service in the Great Society." Chicago.
The main event was the Junior Senior High team consisted school
Some 200 high stu- A panel on "The Role of
ABLE. and Senior High Boys Invita- of George Ripkins, Willie dents and advisors from the Public Relations in Preparing

ional Basketball Tournament Burroughs, and. Raymond Bea- staffs of newspapers and Youth for Servnce in the Great
WILL BE HERE FROM THE 3rd TO THE played on Feb. 2526. son, Scott Housing Devils; yearbooks from the high Society". is scheduled for 10

16th OF MARCH AT: There were 12 teams com- Glen Wilson and Darren Young- schools of Florida, Georgia, a.m. Saturday. Panelists include -
peting in both divisions. blood YMCA. and Alabama will take part in Mrs. Inez Kaiser and

These teams were composedof Other tournaments held the three-day confab along Associates, Kansas City Mo.,
approximately 90 boys. The during the week we fc: First with some of the topflight con- and Charles J. Smith DI, director -

2340 NW 55 TERR games were well attended and and second grade girls Springboard sultants in the country. The of special market ac-
spectator enthusiasm wa!I Tournament: Bridget consultants will come from the tivities Royal Crown Cola

high. Davis, Trinese Davis, Kimber- staffs of newspapers, maga Co..Columbus, Ga.
Bannerman. zinesradios stations, tele- The'students the
lyn attending
Individual trophies were vision stations, wire services
Third and fourth grade workshop will receive in-
awarded to the first place public relations and adver-
service training in the production
girls Pick-up-sticks tournament -
teams and ribbons to second tising agencies, and yearbook
: Shirley Tutson, Klena of newspapers and year-
and third place teams. The printing houses.
Green, Jan Green. Thursday books, The Workshopper, 10-

DO YOU NEED HELP? ervision tournament of was Phil under Dixon the, recreation sup-- Third and fourth grade boys The, March workshop 3, at opens 8 a.m. with- page during newspaper tho"conlerence.All will be.printed -

leader. Other officialswere Nok-hokey tournament: Donald registration in the lobby of

Isaac Reed Walter Da- Simmons, Gerald Harris, Tucker Hall Dr. George W.

SEE MR. HAROLDNOW vis and I David Smith. Scorers Walter Jones. Gore Jr., president of Florida voters who have Moved in
A&M and Dr. Lowell Simmons -
and timers Miss Other participants were ,
were Mary' the should call the
Norman Beltney Jerome Rev- head of the FAMU Department past year
Gray, Miss Pauline Pierce
ins, Charles Mcintosh and of English will bring Voting Registrar's Office.
Carolyn Hamm and Miss
AT HIS HOME FROM MARCH 1 7. McConnell. Johnny Waite. greetings to the workshoppersat 377-7501
Fifth and sixth grade girls 10 a.m.
APPOINTMENTS ONLY Tournament results were 4-square tournament conducted The first of four panels

FROM 9 A.M. TILL 8 P.M. as follows Junior :High: Bunche Park by Miss Pierce: Delores will be held"The Thursday Role at of 1:30 the HOLMESELEMENTARY

Thompson, Carolyn EC:tor, p.m. on
53; The Blacks 49.
Electron lc' ::Media Preparing
1253 NW 52nd STREET Bernice
Semi finals: The Blacks
Youth for Service in the GreatSociety"
49; Hot Shots 43; Hialeah 20; Fifth and sixth grade boys : with Mrs. Barbara Monday night March 7,
PHONE 754-6440 Consolation Blacks Hialeah marble shoot: Gammon Doug- Dr. Leonard M. Britton who
2; LaCombe of WCTV television. is
las, Kenneth Green, John superintendent of the North
0.Finals. Ray Starr of Dixie Productions,
: Bunche Park 61; Green. George Thurston of the Capi- Central District will give the
Everybody needs prayerful advice sometimein Hot Shots 40. Junior and Senior High tal Press Corps and Ed Herp. parents pertinent information

life. "Perhaps it's you." Maybe you'veseen == Girls softball games conducted director of WFSU-TV. Florida about their school and com
SENIOR DIVISION by Miss Gray. Winning team State University, all of Tal- munity. All parents are urgedto
work at some school or church in ; attend the PTA
my the lahassee.The meeting at
Finals: James E. Scott was Curley Tops with :25 '
your city. Ask your friends about "Mr. Ha Devils 66; Carver Branch YM points. Participants were Debra second panel will be 8 p.m.
rold." tp. Smith Stephen Lynes, Mary held Friday, March 4. at 10 The boy's chorus under the
Bain, Owen Bentley, Sheralyn a.m. on "The Role of Market- direction tof Mrs. Pauline
The Junior High tourna- ing and the Mass Media in Dunn will give a short rendi-
Glivens Dorothy Cochran,
1253 NW 52 ST, MIAMIe ment teams consisted of Milton JoAnn Sharpe and Barbara Preparing Youth for Service tion for your entertainment.

Robinson, Bunche Park; Jean Bobbitt.-M. Gray, re in the Great Society." CharlesL. Mrs.'T. C. Crowder is prin-
Leon Davis, Bunche Park; porter. Fields president, Man- cipal.

Y -r


THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 4. 1966 15

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HOLLYWOOD The Harlem Globetrotters put their thousandgamewin

GULFSTREAM MEET streak on the line at Miami Beach Convention Hall

Friday, Saturday and Sunday (March 4-6).
Ten to a dozen sprinters are expected to be in the But Coach Abe Saperstein's 40th anniversary squad
lineup at Gulfstream Park Friday in the Hollywood really doesn't seem to be in jeopardy. The Trotters

Handicap, feature of the opening program of the 46- figure to dribble circles around their opponents, the
day meeting. At six furlongs, the Hollywood will be Washington Generals, a country-fair team of former
run for the 18th time with a prize of $15,000 added L college and pro aces.
Meadowlark Lemon & Co. The cast includes

money.Bohemia Stable's Kelso is top weight of the 32 --- ... -- baseball's Satchel Paige appear to pack too much
Hollywood eligibles but his status is uncertain, Kelso basketball Coach Jack "Cy" power and too much magic to spoil their '66 South

will carry 126 pounds if Trainer Carl Hanford electsto McClairen is shown presenting the game ball to his Florida debut by dropping one to the Generals.

send him in the dash.J. freshman star Johnny Allen, 6-8, who in his first year Lemon,, who played no college ball, has nailed
Graham Brown's Gallant Romeo and Ogden of college play shattered Bethune-Cookman's scoring down All-America honors as basketball' top ribtickler. -

Mills Phillips' Time Tested, equally weighted at 123 record by tossing 684 points this season. The old mark He gets plenty of "assists" from a roster of for-
pounds, will be the first and second choices in this was set by Calvin Johnson in 1963 with 592. Coach mer All-Americans and pro players like Connie Hawkins -
renewal of the Hollywood They dominated the sprint McClairen, a former All-Pro with the Pittsburgh Steelers one-time leading scorer in the American Basket-
stakes at Hialeah and Tropical and off that form figureto said, "Allen is one of the finest athletes I've ball League, former Florida A&M star Bill Barnes,
be the favorites. ever worked with."Bethune-Cookman finished the season and Hallie Bryant, ex-Indiana All-American.
Hobeau Farm's Beaupyat 118 poundsis regardedas with a 18-5 record. Paige, through the decades one of baseball's best
a likely started along with Circle M Farm's country known twirlers, will "pitch in" on one of the Trotters'

Friend 116, Mrs. H. B. Massey's Dark King 116, comedy routines. In addition, the 40-member Brati-
Templeton Stable's Brooklyn Bridge 115, Mrs. C. F., slava Slovakian Folkloric Dancers will provide pre-

Parker's Pollux 115, Saddle Rock Farm's Ornamento game and halftime entertainment.
114G. Kolowich Jr.'s Macedonia 112 and J. R. Moss' GREYHOUND RACINGPOST Games Friday and Saturday get under way at 8:30:
Rorque III.Other p.m. with a Sunday matinee set for 2:30 p.m. Ticketsfor
'possibilities for the race include Buz On, I- the contests are available at Miami'Beach Conven-

Tim's Stingray, Good Trouble and Vertex Record. TIME tion Hall and any Sears Roebuck store.

Kelso's record needs little repeating. He has yet -OI3LLtOUS 8:00 P.M. NORTH-SOUTH PLANS TO BETTER TOURNAMENT
yet to start in 1966 but since 1959 he has won 31
states, been acclaimed Horse of the Year five straight CONDITIONSThe

times'and earned $1,977,396. Thirteenth North-South Golf Tournament is his-
Gallant Romeo scored in a division of the Royal q a e tory mow but the discussions that were held and the de-

Poinciana and then took the Royal Palm. Time tested /. a,: cisions that were made to further solidify this tournament
for the other half of the Royal Poincianaand
accounted into a better organized and more enjoyable event will
prior to that had won a division of Tropical's New have far reaching effect.

Year's Handicap. Many points have been brought before the committee -
Pollux clicked in a division of the Hurricane and and they have ventured some of their own, and the
the City of Miami at Tropical. Macedonia won the a"The assurance is that next year when over 300 golfers crowd
Hollywood a year ago in a stirring duel with Editorialist. into Miami for this annual event there will be many
Stakes winners last year and in the Hollywood are N.tren's '' Oireybeund changes to enhance the occasion of their trip.
Beaupy, Rockingham Special; Country Friend, Select; Showploco"NOW One of the proposed plans is a second golf courseto
Dark King, Royal Poinciana; and Ornamento, Sport eliminate the overflow and rush which is the occur-

Page. lWlN DOUBLE rence wi h the use of one-course; whatever the condi-
tions to have a good time at golf is the ultimate aim of
BALTIMORE SPRING TRAINING NOTES the hundreds that come and this, the committee assures
would be had by all.
Most of the regulars reported in camp except Frank GRAND
Robinson, Brooks Robinson and Jerry Adair who are
holdouts. The management reports they will have no Lee Elder Wins North-

trouble signing them up before this weekend. Luis OPENING I
Aparicio will be here in a week. The addition of Frank
Robinson, who has a life time batting average of 303, South/ Golf TournamentIf

to the Orioles could mean the pennant for them. He was Next
The results
acquired from Cincinnati where he served the best of Lee Elder of Washington Lee Elder : 73-70-70-213
his years. Sam Bowens, Paul Blair and Bobby Darwinare continues his pace, they may Sam Harvey 737271216Bob
the other Negroes along with Robinson on the Monday have to re-name the North-after Shave Jr. 75-70-70-216
South Golf Tournament
squad. Then again, you are likely to .see an all Negro James Black 72-71-75-218
outfield open up with the Orioles. him.Elder won his third North- Ray Botts 73-73-74-220
Jerry McGee 75-72-73-220
South pro title in the last four
March 7 Cliff Brown 72-73-76-221
THE ORIOLES SCHEDULE years in the event, Feb. 23-
-, 1u AM 1M!: 27. at the City of Miami Coun- Pete BrownChicoMiartiur 78-71-74-224 75-72-74-221

FrL Mar. 11 Mirn.wtsTwin. 8:00 P.M. try Club. Carl Seldon 73-77.74-224
R Sure Mar. 13 N.w York Yankees 2:00 P.M. Harvey Breaux (222) of Ray Massey 72-76-76-225
Tun. Mar. 15 Washington Senators 1,30 P.M.R Homestead was best in the
Herman Dubois 73-76-76-225
FrL Mar. 18 Loe Angeles lodgers 8.00 P.M. amateur division while Ann
Willie Brown 73-78-74-225
R SK Mar. 19 Atlantl Braves 8:00 P.M. Gregory of Gary, Ind., successfully -
R Sun Mar. 20 Chicago White Sos 2:00 P.M. defended her woman'!
Champioship (amateur men)
Mon. Mar. 21 Detroit Tigers 1:30 P.M. title with a 279 mark.
Tun. Mar. 22 NewYorII Meta 1,30 P.M. tri-
Elder, who previously Harvey Breaux 727377222Doran
W.d. Mw. 2J Kansas CIty Athletics 1.30 P.M
in 1963 and '64, had a Doucet 75-72-76-223
R Fri .... 25 Los Angeles Dodger 8:00 P.M. umphed
R SK Mar. 26 Pittsburgh Pirates 8:00 P.M. 54-hole total of 213 to ein by Jerry Breaux 73-77-81-231
R Sun. Mar. 27 Pittsburgh Pirates 2:00 P.M. three strokes, compiling a one
R FrL Apr. 1 Philadelphia PhAtI 8,00 P.M. :r IIE.1ZYJ4T1lII.1Y under par 70 on the final day. First Flight
R SK Apr.2 Cincinnati Reds 8:00 P.M. On the opening day Elder
R Sun. Apr. 3 Miami Marlins 2.00 P.... suffered a two-stroke penaltyto William Kinsler 78-80-75-231 J
Tun.Apr. 5 Boston Rid Sos 1.30 P.M. ( hike his score from a par James Monk 79-81-78-238
W.d. Apr. 6 New York Yankee. 8:00 P.M. 71 to 73) for an unintentional Robert Kent 77-83-79-239

ruke infraction. He started the
FIRST NEGRO TO UMPIRE IN THE MAJOR LEAGUES final day tied for the lead but Second FlightW.

Emmett Asntord will soon be seen umpiring in the pulled"Winter away rules"to win.(improvinglie 0. Bunch 77-82-75-234
Joe Cole
American League this summer. Ashford, now 46, took in the fairway) were,invoked Robert Few 78-87-84-249
15 years to make it. Born in L.Ahe played baseballat by tournament officials be-
Chapman College and semi-pro. He broke into um- cause of the soft condition of Champioship (women)
piring as a professional in the Southwest International the fairways. After rolling his
League in 1951. Moved to the Arizona-Texas in 1952 ball over near the green on Ann Gregory 92-98-89-279
hole number six, his actionwas Thelma Cowan 96-92-99-287
and the PCL
western International in 1953 and joined
and tournament -
challenged a Emma Banks 96-94-100-290
staff in 1954. Ashford does not foresee any problems official ruled against him.

ln the majors. Emmett was stunned when Joe Cronin "I thought it had to be fair-
wired him his appointment and announced he bought way being so close to the
his contract from the Pacific Coast league. Ashfordwas green," Elder said.
elevated to umpire in chief after he had served a

least nine years in the PCL.They say he has a powerful Bob Shave Jr., the first MARY LEEEMPLOYMENT
set of lungs which you will hear from one end oft round leader, wound up tied for
e.ball park to the other. Reservations second with Sam Harvey, last
12391 NE 6th Avenue
- 4448401ClY year's PGA Club Champion, at
216. James Black, who was
751-8509 7511211COME
WILL tied with Elder going into the
"MISS ROCK" WINNERS final round, was fourth. IN OR CALLtcookshous.k..p.rs

Breaux's son, Jerry, was day
IN third in the amateur division. workers, butlers,chou lieu,*
BE ANNOUNCED Some 335 golfers partici- couples urgently needod.Spearing .
pated in this 13th annual event
$0 rives,sourer,. NO.'HWII' and other activities connected

NEXT WEEK'S EDITION with the tournament.

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MIAMI' TIMES,, Friday, March 4,1966 u_ __

I ;Postul :' .ClerkLGile1; : hhs1c1 IQkJJu. :' fiD gi z $JQj9jJJ)

,- _'h .'__ d. ....., ...-,._, -
will be woken in September, gro College Fund in Jackson- ''
be named the "Julia
A retired railroad mail clerk E. Rob-
about the time three other new ville and she visited the
time inson Memorial Music Hall" OFFERS'Sill
who took out betweenruns KING
to make "wIse" Invest- in tribute to his wife. buildings on the campus now school and supported its ef-
under construction are to be forts often, according to Dr.
ments in Jacksonville real Robinson was here Sundayto dedicated Dr. Moore reported. Moore. DOWN $250
estate, has given $50,000 to meet with B-CC students,
Bom in Pensacola, Robinson -
Jethune-Cookman College, Dr. staff and friends, and to present
studied for a year at Tus- MAY DE BIGGEST
Richard V. Moore, president, his check to Dr. Moore. kegee Institute and workedfor CBS HOMES -3-*- BEDROOMSWe
lie also unveiled an artist'srendednl
reported.The Of the proposed two years in Memphis as a Her husband's gift Is believed ipcciotlie VA & FHA.Ho.tUrban
donor, Peter N. Robinson -
carpenter before taking the by Dr. Moore to be the Yo
building. ReNCwal-Expressway Uatiag Move?
specified that'the moneybe Civil Service Examination for largest gift to a Negro college
used toward the construc- mail clerk. by a Negro in the state. Dr. Let 9i Relocate You
tion of a $250,000 music build- GROUNDBREAKING SET For more than 33 years he Moore said a drive to raise the our expert trained staff will kelp place you in a bone
ing on the campus, which will Ground for the new building worked as a mail clerk on the remaining $200,000 needed to of your choice. Opea 7 days a week.

Seaboard Airlines Railroad be- build and furnish the music KING REALTY INC. (BROKER)
Coconut Grove Senior tween Jacksonville and Pensa- hall will begin immediately.
8000 NW 1 AYEf' UUPL I 1-910
I cola. lie Is an outstanding Preliminary plans for the
ayman at Ebenezer Methodist 11,000 square foot building
Citizens Get Brighter Outlook Church, Jacksonville. call for 10 practice rooms,

Robinson's wife, though nota five office-studios, a large
The citizenry of Coconut into a banquet room. The oth- B-CC alumna, knew of the band and choral room, a smal- CAN YOUQUALIFY
Grove is taking on a new and er rooms to be converted intoan college's work through her ler choral rooms, a lounge and
brighter outlook these days. office and an efficiency
membership on the United Ne music libraries.
The news for which they have kitchen. These rooms will be
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been waiting 'has finally be- furnished with proper furni-
come a reality.J. ture and modem or convenient 1867 NW 38 STREET
Hilton director Parks equipment.In this kitchen food
W. ,
3 bedrooms 2 baths 4 old. $1500 down CBS 2-3-4 BedroomNO
and Recreation and W. Stier- can be prepared to serve members years

hiem, assistant City Manager, or guests. Easy terms.
have given F. Neasman, direc- The Senior Citizens mem- CLOSING COSTS
tor of Coconut Grove Projectand bers will also be able to take
Leo Russell, supervisorof advantage of the tables and 1420 NW 39 STREET
Recreation Department their benches protected by umbrel- "' !"""'''' 'r1Qr' "" \. N""liI""r"\!! '" ,'i/4tihil, !,'' N:, "'fW"r
blessings in planning the las. 2 bedroom, CBS, with carport, Fla room. $300 ''I,,' ,; 'q't: 'M I::' "lh .J", :'I"I ')";,''IJkt I'I'; ;..

Grand Avenue Building at 236 The Senior Citizens are down. $75 mo. Open Sunday 1-6 p.m. ,''' tIM IMi, f;;.r: !a$i::!!; NSTREET:;; > Y(

Grand Ave. to remodel the grateful for this opportunityfor ",; ..tI FHA '!$11OOOrv-$66.42Monthlli: ..' ;,
outlook and thank ':;,; :t' ;; ; : ; ;''''''t l x?
building according to the a brighter td1,. II""I''W "'r + '
specification of the Senior the city and park officials for 901 NW 44 STREET :;, J' : 'fit '), J, r '" \ J'

Citizens Club members.In working so quickly on this 3 bedroom 2 bath dining room huge : ,.. ,!:," :" :1';:' ,f" I'J"" ., til'. ....),1
this building will be a project. Sylvester Smith, presi- ) ) : ," $IH':WWN, -',JHI, NI17 :ItITIEIT' :;
large, spacious work room dent Mrs. Esther M. Annbris- home, 2 floors, plus big vacant lot. Financing "
ti that can easily transformed. ter, secretary. to be arranged. ;';;: 4 t A'\': J0,000; ,;;;J58.51, ,:Monthly: : !I
." I
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\ 'Ii! ;' .. .'. ,,1
AFL-CIO Calls For $1.40 1420 NW 90 STREET SIN ,OWN ,-a MM'MW{15 'AVENUEtIM ', ''I \:

" 3 bedroom, 2 bath, FHA, $450 down, $85 mo. t :,. "''filA,:.$13'SOO$78; ': .92 Mortthtr ,.\It.: I j',:..,.\
Minimum Wage
Open Sunday 1-6 p.m. '
; MW: U2S NW $4.TE11RAIE"".. ': '{r,
The AFL-CIO Executive hour does not meet even the I ( .}. t: 'ft.."!k ; ll' u :: r.t: 01 ..) ,jll,.
'' delcared 16820 NW 24 AVENUE : ""s '""' 2.52 :r",:'! .
1'10\ Council ended its midwinter poverty program, "'_". wa,..14"'A' ." ,...tr.J..o\oo..r;,Fl, ,a f.
meeting here Monday with Pre- Meany, addressing a final
3 bedroom 2 bath Fla terms.
room, easy
sident George Meany calling press conference at the Ameri- ,
again for speedy congressional cana Hotel in Bal Harbour.He $1500 down. OTHERS

action to hike the minimum set these immediate
i 1
goals: $1.40 per hour this
i wage."Anything under $2 an year $1.60 by September 1967 AETNA REAL TY (BROKER)
I, ,. .and $1.75 by 1968.
( Labor's target for the $2 FORD REALTYINC. Broker
J Openings Hereon figure the hourly minimumnow 811 N.W. '54 sr.757-5724

is $1.25had been pin- 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595
r\\ PoliceDepartment pointed early by Meany as Open Saturday & Sunday .
"before 1970."

i "Now is the time for young
men and women of our com-
munity to investigate the
career opportunities as police
i officers" declared Chief WaIter -
Headley in announcing that
there are openings on the Mi-
ami Police Department for
qualified men and women.
The beginning salary of
$409 a month increases 5 per
cent until his 5th
per year
year with top pay of $487 and 6483TAFTST. PALM SPRINGS MILE 5757 N.W. 27th AVE. PERRINE 9843 Bird Rd.

longevity raises to $547 per W. Hollywood 1375 W. 49th St. SHOPPING CENTER Miami, Fla. I
month. At top pay he i's eligible 945-0381 Hialeah, Fla. MIAMI, FLA. 'errine, fla. 226-5631
to take the competitive 821-1761 635-0736 635-0736 238-2901
promotional examination for
sergeant which has a pay

range every partment of three$522 hold men to the$574.rank on the One of sergeant De-out- MON. 10-9 THRU SAT. NO EMERGENCY NOT GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SU,1VD AV

or above.
The new retirement plan --
that allows a man to retire at
age 50 (with 25 years of service !
Io ) has already proved to 10 PC. BEDROOM SUITE!

be very beneficial to the
younger officers as promotional DEFIES COMPETITION AT THIS PRICE

positions have occurred
more frequently. In less than
two years nine men have won
their captain's bars, twelve
have turned their sergeants .
stripes in for lieutenants bars
and 29 proud officers have
sewed on their sergeant's

Basic requirements are age
21 to 30 years, 5-8" to 6-3",.
For complete information,
phone or contact the Miami
Civil Service Board at Dinner

Key, 3318 Pan Amemcan Drive
phone HI 5-4441.


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