The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 16, 1966
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00446

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Vol. 44, No. 17 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 16, 6; __ 20 PAGES 15* 'I i ,.

::; r-:; : :, Fort Pierce r!
Gets CityCouncilman University of Miami Finally

Another wall in Florida Signs Negro Football Player :

rs came "tumblin'down" Tuesday '
krj when Jackie Caynonwas The Miami University who caught more than 40 tegrated elected was elected to the Hurricanes accepted its first passes this season said by recognition) but had plan
Fort Pierce City Council. He Negro foot-ball player on telephone he expects to "get ned to go out of state. '
:j Is the first Negro toholdthat Saturday when Raymond out and prove myself at MI- "I lived In Florida all my 4

office since the city was Bellamy, 6-5,210-pounder, amL"And life,': h says, "and I guessI
founded 61 years ago. was signed by UM Recruiter I expect people to just wanted to see some of
Caynon, a builder, defeated George McIntyre In Pal- accept me as just another the country. But Coach McIntyre
Austin Lloyd 2,393 to metto, near Bradenton. ballplayer," he said, "notas and Mr. (John) Hol-
1,970 and wononeofthefivecouncil Bellamy, a B-plus studentat the first Negro to play with com kept Informing me "
seats. Lincoln Memorial Highx565,000 Miami" they'ed like to have me and
Bellamy said he was not didn't let me forget it."

treated as a stranger by the Bellamy, a split end, will
Jf UM coaching staff, and that enroll at the UM next Summer -
!, Raised For he hoped to go to an In- t

f t..":,,' .. Florida Normal Collegefrom Mrs. Range Wins ? ':

t 4 Ten weeks of campaigning the Peoples National I
bf for funds have raised a total Banks of Miami and the First Battle For More
of $565,000 in the capital Federal Savings and Loan ,
funds drive for Florida Memorial Assn., Miami.A .
College, St. Augustine, "Lamplighters" for
I.,. .t', ''.; Fla. which will relocate in Learning committee has been Virrick Park Land 11\
".. J Miami in organized by its
:.: .A'"J' January, 1968. chairman .
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The announcement was Mrs. Louise GlasserprominentMiami I
jointly made by Senator Harry Beach civic leader. The Miami City Commis-
sion in special session on '
P. Cain and Dr. Edward T. Contributors of $1000 or more
Janyce Maycock, former Miami school teacher, Graham, president of the will be members of this special ditional Wednesday acre acquired of land an adjoin-ad- t
College Board of Trustees.The gifts
graduated on Tuesday from the Eastern Airlines largest gifts have been group. ing the Elizabeth Virrick

Stewardess School. Miss Maycock is the first Mia- pledged by the Missionaryand Efforts to reach the had Park been of Coconut numbered Grove. It 1.V .
mian finish the here. Educational Baptist State $1,000,000 mark will be stepped among !
to In-Flight Training center priority park sites for more Ii 1ilax
Her schooling included grooming, makeup and Convention for Florida, Rev.A. up with special office than two years, and came as
H. Parker, president, for parties during the Christmas welcome news to the resi-
the gracious presentation of dining services in addition $150,000, the Mt. Zion Baptist season commencing with an dents of Coconut Grove. t
to other flight crew duties. On Oec. 28, she Church of Miami for $ 25,* initial such event sponsoredby
t wilt..l1yto/ many, of the J02 cities,.Eastern servesin ,. 000, and personal. gifts for Leonard Usina, president Citizens Several of months that area ago,broughtto Senior
$5000 by Dr. Graham wiuY'ftd: of thc Peoples-National Dank
; the attention of CommIs-
26 states, Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico and ditional gifts of $5000 each group. sioner M. Athalie Range their "

Bermuda Photo by House of Photography. plight in not having a meeting

place for activities or recrea- 1
tion of any kind. In Wednes-
Tuskegee Students Riot day's meeting it was pointedout 1J
Florida Gets by Commissioner Range J
that in this purchase,a struc-
ture already on the -
could be suitably used for
After Man's Aquittal l senior citizen activities as COM. M. ATHALIE RANGEwas

First NegroCustoms much-needed well as the acquisition additional of park the acquired in the purchaseof
The presldentofTuskegee by a jury of 12 white men waterfront properties in
Institute, Tuskegee, Ala., at nearby Opelika. Segrestwas areas. the vicinity of Vis cay a.Upon
completion of the
warned students Friday that accused with the killingof Following her motion the purchase of
Commission unanimousin adjoining properties this park
JudgeJudge "mobs cannot be tolerated," Samuel Younge Jr., a its decision was to purchase.One will benamed for former Com-
after an outbreak of riotingby Tuskegee student, last Jan- other parcel of park area missioner Alice M.Wainwright
I I young Negroes.A uary 3.
James L. Watson, Judge Paul Reo fo the Cus- number of demonstrators Dr. Luther H. Foster,presIdent -
44, of New York City, has toms Court most of them Tuskegee of Tuskegee Institute, Jaxon IThe
Gets A ointment
been appointed U.S. Cus- students, walked and ran called a hurried meeting of
toms Judgein Texas, Georgiaand The headquarter of the through downtown streetsof the faculty and student on II -
Florida. he is the first court is In New York, but the Tuskegee before dawn, the campus at midmorningand J Jacksonville City Charles E. Simmons Jr.
Negro to hold the post per- nine judges sit in tariff and smashing windows with bot- arned them bluntly a- Council made a complete was rejected by a vote of 6-1
manently, andstarts his term customs cases in federal tles and stones and, in one gainst any repetition of viol- about-face )last week whenit on Monday and on Friday,
in February. courts all over the country. instance, a steel crowbar.The rejected a Negro from a in he slang of numbers players 1
Watson has served as a Judge Watson was named rioters defaced a Confederate ence.He told the hundreds of post on the Civil Service the Commission "backed
judge of the Civil Court of last year by President John- statue with paint and scrawled students and faculty mem- Board on Monday and ac- it up."
New York for years Chief son. the word "black power" bers that the school has no cepted him on Friday.

on its base. objection to "peaceful pro-
The out break was in pro- test", but it will not condone MI.Nr -a,
test of the acquittal of 69- what he called "wanton +

i UM Denies High year-old Marvin L. Segrest physical destruction."

I ; Fees Keep Negro Mental Patient Kills 2

: Students OutFinancial In New York ParkTwo

Gustave D. Williams, 29,
Aids Director ships made available to strangers were killed
In midtown New York the accused rifleman was j
Thomas Sutton said Tues- worthy Negroes? ,
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gunned down by police on .,
day that the University of The question was not an- City, Saturday night by a 1. '" ,I
crowded 42nd near the new : r
Miami is actively seeking swered Monday because of man who allegedly boughtthe :'N '
York Public Library, nd
Ne- lack of time, UM adminis- gun and fired the shots, t "
gro academically students and qualified offering financial trators at the forum said police said. He was an out- was reported in critical condition _._,-.. <.. .;'f"" ;._. :.

assistance to those They will discuss it at then patient at a state mental hos- late Sunday CLIFF BAKER DR. CARL YEAGER, SR.
who cannot afford the uni- t question sessionon Jan. pital.I
versity's $1,400 yearly tu- 9, along with 30 others that Williams had been released -
ltio n. were submitted in writing but from Creedmore State 2 Added To Roosevelt
Sutton said that students were unanswered at Mon- Hospital in Queens two
who asked at a University day's meeting. right to do so regardless of weeks ago and was still receiving -
Forum session Monday William Butler, vicepresident his financial resources,"Sut. treatment while he
night whether agreatereffort for student affairs,com ton said.He lived with his parents, the Savings and Loan Board

should bemadeto give scholarships pared the UMfavor ably with said It is not the intentof police said. -
to Negroes whocan't other universities. Sutton this philosophy to lower Mrs. M. Athalie Range, physician. Mrs. Range stated
raise the tuition must be agreedHe the standards by enrolling The police official aid that president of Roosevelt Savings that because of their knowledge
"misinformed. added that the philosophy unqualified students of any Saturday, Williams went to and Loan Association, and experience in real
and finance these
The question was, "Does of the University of Mi- ethnic group. The $1,400 a Times Square area gun announced exclusively to the gentlemen will be tremendous
Miami Times the addition
today, -
the university discriminate ami and "every other Insti- yearly) fee at UMis "certain- shop and bought a .306 Re- to the Board of Directorsof assets to the association.
against Negroes by charg- tution of integrity," is that ly not directed at the Negroor mington five-shot bolt action Mr. Cliff Baker, prominent In its three year history,
ing high tuition fees? If so "any student who is qualified any other group," he rifle and 1 rounds of am u- Miami businessman, ana IX. Roosevelt has built up deposits
why aren't more scholar- to attend should have the stated. nition.. ,Carl Yeager ,ST., well known ,of $8,000,000.,


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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, December. U,' 19663..
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I I Nassau Leaders Ask I

I I I II\ Investigation of GamblingLynden '

Pindltng, Progressive Fred Lee, with whom they sooner or later, the end will
Liberal Party leader In met, promised to study their come. \.
I the Bahamas House of Assembly report. Pindllng and Butler called
and Milo Butler, "This mission is our last forappointmentofaroyal
also a PLPmember Lon- step," Pindllng and Butler commission "with the widest
y ro don on Sunday after askingthe warned. "We approach youas possible terms ofreferenceto
4k British government for a the court of last resort.If investigate the Bahamas."
royal commission to investigate these efforts fall, we shall Paul Adderley and four
gambling in the Ba then be obliged to wash our members of the National Democratic
hamas. hands thewholemess and Party, conferred in
The two men presented a let events take their natural London with Colonial Secretary -
memorandum alleging course. ,on a similar missidn
I American gangsters were "It may take yet 'a while about a month ago. Both
linked with at least one ca for the end to come but, sens- the PLP and NDP are.'in'
\ ing the mood of the Bahamas opposition to the United Bahamian
: \ sino.British Colonial Secretary today, we are certain that, Party (UBP).



-, from The Coconut Grove Youth
III English LanguageThe Council extends season's
greetings to all. Their annual
Christmas Tree Lighting at
English languageand 134 synonyms for whitenessin Elizabeth Virrick Park will
history were scored by Rogct's Thesaurus of the be held Wednesday, Dee. 21at
three speakers at a teaches English language "44 of, 7:30: p.m.
conference In Washington on which are favorable and
Negro history, as contributors pleasing to contemplate." He Miss Gail RoWnaon. coun-
to racism. cited shining, purity, cleanness cil president promises an
1 "The English langu age Is upright and others. enjoyable program with Miami
City Commissioner Athalie
x my enemy." Ossie Davis, a Only 10 could be considered Range reading "A Visit from i
Broadway and motion negative, he said. St. Nicholas." Mrs. Elizabeth twill
/ picture actor and author, Davis said "the word has present "The Christmas
laid "Racism is Inherent In 120 synonyms, 60 of whichare Story."
It." distinctly unfavorable,
"It is high time that the and more of them even mild Guests will be served hot
1 word Negro be dropped as ly positive." Among these, chocolate (withmarshmellows)
-- Inexact, inappropriate and he said were begrime, sinis- and cookies.Mrs. .
I opprobrious," added Keith ter, evil and wicked.
Miss Pan
Amtrican QIMR aid Court E. Baird a New York City "Any teacher good or bad, Vemeka Silva, thecouncil's
teacher and languist white or black, Jew or Gentile advisor, assuresus
that similar suchas
The Pan Amercan World The newqueen was crown roll fan. "There Is no excuse any who uses the English this planned programs through the
Airways Employees Social ed by Miss Gloria Jean Dorothy Brooks attends more for Ignorance on the language is wii1y-nmyforcxd the Coconut Grove project
Club, president Roosevelt Lightsey, queen of 1964-65. Miami Northwestern Senior matter of Negro history," to teach the Negro child 60 (City of Miami-welfare Planning -
Winfield held its annual Miss Norman Larencewasfirst HIGH School and'is a mem said St. Claire Drake, sociol- ways to aid and abet him Council, Farley B.
"Miss Pan Amercan" con- attendent, Miss Ora ber of the Metropolitan ogist, author and faculty In the crime," Davis said. Neasman developed director) may well
test at the home of the pres- Lucile Grier, second; Miss A.ME. church. Her hobbles member at Roosevelt University According to Baird, the munity be centered by groups.other com-
ident, 1730 N.W. 68th Street, Dorothy Brooks, third; and are socializing and cor- Chicago. word came from the Por
November 26. Miss Gloria Jean Lightsey, responding. Some 1,000 teachers are tugese word for slave or the
The five charming young fourth. Glorid Jean Lightsey attends attending the conference process of enslavement and
ladles who vied for the title Wilhelmina Kimpson at- Miami Northwestern sponsored by the AFL-CIO has been used by the white Baird said, "You can brut
of "Miss Pan American"were tends Carol City Senior High Senior High School and is American Federation of man to deny the rich African alize Negro, but when you
Miss Wilhelmina Kimpson School, I and is member of ,member of New Mount Cal- Teachers.A culture. think. of an Afro-American;
Miss Norma Lawrence, First Baptist Church of Opa vary Missionary Baptist native of New Rochelle, Suggesting that Afro- you think of a person, not a
Miss Ora Lucile Grier, Miss Locka, Florida. her hobbies Church. Her hobbies are N.Y., Davis said there are American be substituted, thing." tS
Dorothy Brooks, and Miss are dancing, listening to hit singing, dancing and typing. --- -- -
Gloria Jean Lightsey. records, reading and sewing.
Lovely Wilhelmina Kimpson Norma Lawrence attends
was crowned "Miss Pan Booker Washington High
American Queen" 196667.The School, and is a member of FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMODATIONS
new queen reigned with Mt. Olivetta Baptist Church. PROGRESSIVE S AT MODERAtE RATES
dignity and charm befittinga Her hobbies are typing,playing CHAPTER NO. 29A
queen. She wore a gor- piano, reading, and listening O.E.S. s CALL .
geous white gown, with white to all types of music. Progressive Chapter No. i''
ruffle, and long whitegloves.She Ora Lucile Grier attends 29A a.E.S.cordially i nvite you f
carried a bouquet of red Miami Northwestern Senior to a program for the year,
and white carnations. Wilh- High School and is editorof Sunday, Dec. 18, 8 p.m. at :
elmina is the charming Miami Northwestern High the Masonic Temple, 4818 NW BONDED I A
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. School 67 year book. Her 27th Avenue. ar
Robert L. Kimpson of 2501 hobbies are dancing,sewing, Sis. Carnegay, W.M.
N.W. 159th Street. cooking, and is a rock and Bro. G. Rosser, W. P. I RENTAL __ i

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Howard Sanders, president of Howard Sanders Advertising Limited, and Miss D rothy 1019 Hommondvlllf Rd. Pompono- 3-3235

Edwards, secretarytreasurer, look approvingly as Maurice F. White signs on agree. S
ment making his publicity and public relations firm an affiliate of the ad agency. HON. L. L. BROOKS, President

Mr. White will provide publicity and public relations services for Mr. Sanders clients GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager r

who range from banks to retial outlets in the Negro and Spanish markets. Mr. White, CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Directory
formerly on the public relations staff of the National Association for the Advancement 5S
of Colored People (NAACP), has as clients anti-poverty and social-action .

groups and businesses seeking to cultivate the Negro community. Offices are located I. | am to enjoy a better life, others must live better too" L. I L. Brooks
at 527 Madison Avenue, New York City. Mr. Sanders is a native of Lakeland, '. IJ
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MIAMI TIMES Friday, December. 16, '1966



flq d. rte" Negro Leadership Remains Silent

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor end Pukll.S.r

GARTH C. REEVES, Monoglng Editor By Booker T. Hayes \u I'There's \ u:3: Dade EOPI Projects

WILLIAM W. McBRIDE City Editor/ I 'r .

STANLEY I. SWEETING Theatrical Editor/ a little fellow in my neighborhood obsessed Scheduled For Ax

......b.r of tho Notional' Nawipapor Publishers Association with the idea school is a dreadful place. I've come E% t.

to this conclusion because each day of the young fel- .'
SUBSCRIPTION" RATES low's life is filled with intrigue and danger. Each morn-
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 ing during the week, he is one of the hundreds who Quite distressing to this writer is the news of the

leave their homes to attend the various schools of the that a cut back in federal poverty funds will
!nt.r./ at Socond Clot Mortar, August 9, 1927 at the Po' the probability
area, but somehow, he never seems to muster cou- Economic Opportunity program 10
Florida Dade's drop
Offlto at Mloml, under th. act of March 8, 1876 has again returned to cause
rage to arrive. When the pace
three projects.
Office lit A74Q NW 15th Avonuo Phone OX 1-0421 normal and the stragglers have struggled in,he is one of
According to Richard Weather ley, local EOPI executive
the who never reach their original
many scheduled to
director, the programs get the
thought has prevented young-
experience or and SBDC.
NEGRO PRESS "'.11.".. that America eon bast Iud ster from behaving in the expected pattern. He prefersthe are WICS, ENABLE
the world roelol
from and national whan
antagonism It accords
to ovary man ragardUaa af roc., crood ., color his role of pretender on the corners of the neighborhoodto WICS (Women in Community Service), an undertake
human and logo! rights Hating no man, oaring no mon-rh safety and companionship offered by his school. ing that recruits girls for the Job Corps and assists

N.groQPrsss strives to HoJp ovary man In tho firm ballot that them in returning to the communityhas a 12 month bud-
all man ara hurts long as anyone Is hold back. I've played the role of a good citizen and done all get of $18,443 and employs two persons, is slated for

the expected things, but somehow I don't feel I've done the chopping; block in June. This program has not been

enough. I've called his school numerous times, and the too effective in the Negro community.
SYMBOLS OF CHRISTMAS response in each instance has been direct and prompt.Mr. .
Walter White, principal of Frank C. Martin elemen- Scheduled to be phased out at the end of Februaryis
Christmas for some is symbolized by "the briskly b"n-
in his effort to the project ENABLE (Education and Neighborhood
tary school has made numerous trys
ing yule log, or so one New York City television station
has concluded. It has announced plans to cancel l three bring this stray charge back into the expected pattern, Action for a Better Living Environment). ENABLE is a

hours of regularly scheduled programs and commercialson to no avail. I have tried to befriend him, but he has already poverty program being implemented by the Greater Miami
Christmas Eve to bring its viewers an uninterrupted developed the instinct of not cooperating. He of- Urban League and Family Service of Dade County. It

crackling fire., The view will be accompanied by traditional fers no conversation, but will readily admit he shouldbe has the important community function of helping low-

carols. in school and leave you with the impression he's income parents help themselves solve personal and
Although the artificiality of the family gathered aroundthe
television set rather than the hearth itself leaves us cold, headed there until he thinks you have ceased to watch. community problems.

we are inclined to approve of the experiment, given the fact His actions on the approach of cars and other pedestrians Rapidly becoming the "no man's land" of Dade
that most of the potential viewers have no fireside of their shows that he realizes he must be on the move to County, the Brownsville area with its multitude of low-

own. Even though they will be unable to smell the burning avoid detection. moves opposite to all other motions. income families who are bringing with them from the

logs fed their warmth and in the case of most, enjoy Can you image what effect this type of day to day liv- downtown Negro district all types and sizes of socio

the color of the flames, the imagination can work wonders. ing can have on the mind of a boy 7 or 8 years old? His and economic problems will suffer the most from kill-
The .Christmas tree, which has become a meaningful
symbol for many, continues the trend toward the artificial days during the hours of school are spent devising me- ing and burial of this important and highly effective pro
and 'ayrthetic. 'The Industry prefers; 'to call plastic,, thods to avoid detection. When this fear is no longer gram. It's heal quarters is presently located in the heartof

foam, or aluminum tress "permanent" Despite the fact necessary he must conjure some acceptable story for this troubled area. If a community ever neei:! ed a
that sprays on the market guarantee to reproduce a natural the folks in the evening. He lives two completely dif program designed to help its low-income families to

pine aroma for the permanent (artificial)tree, we somehow ferent existences five days a week. His mornings are help themselves,the Brownsville community needs pro-

retain a preference for the thing itself. spent in the role of the hunted. Constantly on the alertto ject ENABLE.And .
Some of Christmas rather in accord
symbols are more
avoid what he must consider capture. In the even-
with its original purpose than others. Judging by a recent then to finish off this cold blooded slaughter
he the
ing, returns to pampered and protective custodyof
I issue of one liquor industry publication millions have comet poverty programs that have been highly successful in
the with the of this in' his parents. The normal discussion of the days ac-
"all the that the tivities between children and their taboo
dustry. Noting buying urges accompany parents is and
steel of the executioners ax is poised waiting to
Christmas season," the trade journal states" that it "looks,. with him, because his memories are of the near disas- behead what this writer firmly believes has been the
like a boom Christmas if we ever saw one.
ters he's This of existence
narrowly escaped. type real of all of Dade's
While Christmas for some may mean one hectic round giant phases antipoverty progra ms,
creates what we term a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde character. -
the Small Business Center.
of purchasing and partying, we trust that for others it will Development
symbolize the peace "which passeth all understanding." The result is inner conflict which is responsiblefor It's staff of only eight highly trained and dedicated

many of our social misfits. persons with a budget of only $60,000, has done a com-

CONGRATULATIONS PROF Many parents, because of their jobs, leave home mendable job of helping poverty area small businessmen -
to lift themselves by their own boot straps .
ahead of their children and have no concrete of
This week Ye Editor. greets an individual who, he And now, their provider of badly needed bootstraps is
fact this little fellow
knowing if all is well. The that
believes, in his way, is making quite a contribution to our being mercilessly carted off to the guillotine for unne-
leaves home each day lends credit to the belief he i s
community.D. cessary slaughter. With the slaughter of the SBDC goes
\V. Wilson, "Prof," as he is called by many of his acquaintances expected by his parents to be in school. The working the hopes and aspirations of many struggling small businessmen
operates the Profs Recreation Center at 6811N. parent in a situation such as this, though aware of the along with those who had hopes of going into
W. 15th Avenue. He i is a native of South Carolina and circumstances is at a disadvantage to correct it. To business.The .

has been living in Miami for years. some the financial responsibility of parenthood takes story of the SBDC of Dade county is such a

first preference, and in most cases they find this to bea beautiful one that we have often said: "I t could only
His present ambition is to help teenagers tread the right full time venture. I think parents who fall into the happen in America."

path. In this he has had a measure of success and deserves above category should be given some assistance. From February 14, 1966 to November 30, 1966 (%
:Prof gets boys off the streets, lectures them and en- We know the School Board puts forth a grave effortto months), 33 Economic Opportunity loans were made fora
courages them with cold drinks and helpful entertainment.He police student attendance. We also know it would re- total $253,000, payable in installment over 5 to 14

has been successful in getting five teenagers back in quire a far greater number than we presently haveem- years. Fifteen Negroes received $109,200 or 45 per

'school, and in finding jobs for 22. ployed in this capacity to give the individual attentionsome cent of the total loaned.

There are far too many teenagers pacing the streets, of these cases need. u.e know some of these are Many were new enterprises so that at the inceptionof

committing crimes and ruining their young lives. What specialized cases needing professional attention, but the loans, only 40 persons were involved either' as
Prof. is doing is to try tohelp them find a better way of life. this can only be accomplished if we're in contact with entrepreneurs or employees. A recent telephone census
"The of life be greatly increased by small
happiness may don't know is what would indicated approximately 73 involved fulltimeand
courtesies in which there is no parade, whose voice is too the individual. What we make persons
still to tease and which manifests themselves by tender and school so distasteful to a child this age, or what act 20 part-time, which would provide an income t o
affectionate looks and little kind acts of attention.Stern.NOT .- or acts have made him a social outcast so early in life. them of at least $322,000 in one year. Those earnings

I've come up with an idea that's not too original except should generate payroll taxes of about $23,000, income
in the manner it is to be applied. The schools taxes of $32,000 and interest earnings on the loans of

. ENOUGH MONEYThe should make a survey of their habitual absentees. Send $12,000 or a total of $67,000 to the government in one

out to the families of these repeaters question year.
Federal Government Informed Miami authoritiesthat
Projecting that annual the governmentof
their views their child's educationand solicit their increment to
there is neither enough money nor information to on of
$67,000 through the of the loans
estimate! when some, if any grants for proposed projects, help. If the absentees vary from those expected by the eight years and nine months average would maturity result in a increment '
are even eligible for consideration. parent steps should be taken to insure that these students:
" Robert King High, Miami has 22 of $576,000. Even assuming a 30 per cent loss.
According to Mayor attend. To accomplish this, we devise the buddy sys-
applications in for more than $20 million in federal aid. tem in our schools. We select some of our better students of principal, or $76,000, plus the administrative cost of
For one program for the study of the city's junk car, the SBDC of Dade County of $60,000, would result in aprojected
and form division. We
a buddy
assign a buddy to
$10,000 has been approved. The amount sought in match- net gain of $440,000 over the life of those
ing funds for building or expanding eight parks is $3.4 each of these students listed as habitual. We explainthe loans, or a profit ot $1774 for each dollar loaned.

million. system to the parents, the buddy and the student. Some unknown number of have been removed
Mayor High was told that before EDA funds are released, Each morning the buddy, living in the same generalarea from the relief rolls representing persons some not inconsequential

' the city,must show that the project involved will create job will leave in time to intercept his buddy and con- dollar gain. However, in emphasixing the
opportunities for the hard core unemployed. tinue to school. Of course the buddy the
appointed by monetary aspect, the prime objective of the anti-Poverty
the school should be a little higher in grade level and
f Program, that is sociological betterment, is vastly more
LOWER RATES ON UTILITIES avoid incidents.It .
size to important. The benefits may well extend not only to the

I The Miami City Commission has decided to goto court, is my opinion we will eliminate many of our un- entrepreneurs, the employees and their children, but to
lower rates on utilities provided by the Southern Bell explained absentees and give some assurance to the the children to several generations.

seeking Telephone ,and the Florida Power and Light Company. concerned parents. It should establish the feeling tha' From where I sit, my belief in human values over
{ Mayor High believes there should be bigger rate savings. someone does care in the minds of these young people.If monetary values forces me to strongly feel that project
Water Board chairman Fred Borton said on Monday that we only manage to salvage a few it would be worth ENABLE and the SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENTCENTER

because of: a weakening financial position the department whatever effort necessary When I inform on this little are definitely needed in the Dade County com

badly needs a rate increase of at least 10 per cent as soon fellow in my neighborhood', I get the feeling of having munity and should be spared the executioners already

as possible. betrayed him, but when I consider all things involved bloody ax.

f and the fact I'm really trying to help him, I feel alright Certainly, we are not going to be guilty of savinga
again. My only hope is that something can be done for total of only $78,443 which will surely result in the

JOHN F. KENNEDY REMEMBERED IN A VERY him, and others like him before it is too late. generation and prolongation of the type of suffering and to
ignorance the designed
i SPECIAL WAYA unique experiment in better under- stamp out? Anti-Poverty program was

; standing through improved communication among people
It might be three
interesting to note that the pro
Beach Florida is the
from everywhere. Daytona pro-
THE to be
s for axed are the only programs
jected site'cl the John F. Kennedy Center Inter-
MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING the entire operation of the local"EOPI thatrfif
national Education. A study center for American and YOU THEY
not implemented localEOPI
foreign students. Plans call for more than.20 buildingsby APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. Why these projects? Could or controlled it be an by attempt the at empire

1973 to accommodate over 1000 students participating THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. building?

in conferences, seminars and special programs PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM! We wonder what has happened to Dade County's
dealing, with 'a, variety 'of subjects, learning how t olive Negro leadership? We have not heard of any organizedattempt

together peacefully In today's world. to put a stop,to ,this needless_slaughter.rI..IIII .


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Mr. and Mrs. Herman (Myrtis) Williams are all _
smiles over heir recent visit with sons, Carroll and 4 G
Willie of Xavier University (Ohio). fir l.t _

Mrs. John (Doris) Gordon spent a week with her __

ailing father and stepmother, Mr. and Mrs. Stanely t" .tid, c q iy r .a i
Robinson of Liberty City.
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Mr. Edward Brooks is a patient at Christian Hos
pital. Friends are wishing for him a speedy recovery.Mr. .

Nathaniel Kitchen of Blountstown, Fla. is visiting -
his daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. .y 6I -q t
Richardson of 1776 NW 51st Street. .
Everyone is talking about the wonderful presentation r
of Handel's Messiah, Saturday night at Marine sta- 'J \
dium. The program was well attended. Orchids to Joan : r
Storr who was soloist. Among those attending the con- t

cert were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Williams and daughters, -!
Rev. and Mrs. I. C. Mickens and son, Mattie D. Simp-
son, Mr. Rychard Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Asquith McDonaldand ... ._....__ __ 1If "_
daughter, Yssa
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Daniels of 1931 NW 70th Street

It was happy. birthday Mr. Jerry McPhee on .r. announce the marriage of their daughter, Jacqueline
Saturday. His" family entertained friends in honor of his Carol to Mr. Carl Mitchell of Miami.

75th birthday. Althea R. Green and Eddie Hughes were married They are both graduates of Miami Northwestern
Nov. 20. The officiated Senior/ High School.Mrs. .
wedding was by Rev. W. J. Allen
William Poitier of Nassau, a recent graduate of B. at Hurst Chapel AME Church, Perrine. Mitchell Is presently enrollod at Miami-Dade
T. Washington, spent a short holiday here with his pa- Junior College.
The bride is the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. N.
rents, Mr. and Mrs. James (Elizabeth) Poitier.Do .
Green, 10461 SW 184th St. She is a graduate of Mays
High School and Florida A&M She is ADAMS THE PHOTOGRAPHER IS AT
University. -
you enjoy a good play? If so, go to Jackson presently :
Senior High, 1751 NW 36th St., for the Thespian four- a first grade teacher at R. R. Moton Elementary 307 NW 2nd Avenue
nighter production, DINO. Curtain time is 8:15 p.m. School.
Dec. 13-16. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace

Hughes, Monticello, Fla. He is a postal clerk in the
Richmond Heights Woman's Club will hold its Ba- Miami Post Office.
zaar on the grounds of Martin Memorial AME Church on

Saturday, noon to 6 p.m.

Wedding bells rang on Friday, Dec. 9, for Mary
Louise Floyd, Liberty City Elementary schoolmarm and *
Herman Walton. reception followed the ceremony at I see where Ford is pre- I wonder what they'll charge

their 89th St. home. The couple went to Grand Bahamas paring to build an electrically it will for a charge...?.......
for their wedding Congratulations and best operated carI presume
be named the Voltswagen. I think the automobile Industry -
wishes. .......... is preparing for the
These cars will be practically electric cars currently.Dodge
Margaret H. Wilks enjoyed a week of sun and fun silent in operation, cau- makes the Charger, and an in-
in Nassau, visiting relatives and friends.Get sing many accidents. In case dependent manufacturer is
of a mishap, the guilty driver producing the Cad '

well wishes to Melba Pratt, at home; WhitleanR. should. be. charged with battery ..*.*..... -

Wright at Jackson; Ruth Lee Jones at Jackson;Char- ..-.555.55 In the old days, we kids
maine M. Smith; James Roberts, Sr., Reggie Ward at In self-defensepedestrlans used to shout, when a car
broke down, "Get a horse!"
Veterans. may have to wear radarscopes.
a when an electric car breaks
A warning blip may prevent
fatal flip. down,, modern youngsters will There's still time but hurry Join
Hazel Seymour planed to Nassau for a brief vaca- .......... probably yell, "Oet a plug!" our
tion. should be- ..........
ware of these cars, lest they I can picture a driver arrested 1967 CHRISTMAS CLUBIt's
Happy Birthday to Todd Whilhite, Pauline Sutton be run down and suffer from for weaving from one I
side of the road to the other I
and Emerald Gardner, Dec. 16; S. D. Barkley, Willie shock. .......... telling the officer, "I'm sorry,, the easiest, surest way to save ahead
Hue Jamison, Catherine Gowan, David Wilkes, YvonneP. but
my must have for Christmas
Just think! On every cor- gifts, parties, or trips-to
Turner, Sherry D. Jackson, Dec. 17; and Margaret ner,instead of the gas station, hooked up my car on alterna- have enough extra dollars for
Bennett, Dec. 18. there'll be a battery charger. ting current." holiday or
--- I II I other year-end expenses. Just 50 weekly
Sympathy to the following families in their loss of deposits! Join right nowmembershipcloses
and McBride.
Happy birthday to Anna Souter Emma
loved ones: Alford-Thompson-Samuels-Johns; Curry, soon.'LINCOLN.
Harvey-Jackson; Richardson, McCloud, Carter, Hanna- Wedding bells range out for John (J. D.) Deveron
Noble; Holmes-Brooks, Austin, Rolle, Henderson, Johnson and Hazel Goodmond on Sunday, Dec. 11 at the home of
and Abrams. the bride. Attendants to the lovely affair were Connie
Davis, best man and Helen Rivers, maid of honor.Mr. : NATIONAL, BANK
Miami Jackson Mixed Chorus will present its an- I
nual Christmas concert on Tuesday, December 20 at the and Mrs. Isaac Daniels were delighted to have : or MIAMI
school. their daughter,Gloria McFadden from Washington, D. C. First fully tnttfrattd bank In iht entire Sort earl=
visiting with them. Mrs. McFadden served as matron of I right hers lit the Edison Financial Ctitttr
Mrs. Placile Wells returned to Miami after a recent honor during the recent wedding of her sister,Jacquelyn I 6013 N.W. 7th Avenus Phone 7JM4J1
visit with her mother, Mrs. Placile Bowers of Jackson- to Mr. Carl Mitchell, Nov. 6 A beautiful reception was j
ville. held at the home of the bride. J

The Bethune-Cookman College choir, Daytona "
Beach will sing its annual Christmas concert Thursday NORTH MIAMI BEACH st I
: : ,
evening, Dec. 15, in peabody auditorium of Daytona 4.H CLUB MEETSOn i OS r 'Tr'XMH's" *lil'ijl,

Beach. < ...., -. < Thursday afternoon, I
of the Dec. 8, the 4-H Club of the GENUINE ; p I
the Women's Fellowship
On Friday evening Recreation Center in Washington FOX TAIL 2 TIER f
Church of the Open Door will give their annual Christmas Park Meeting was held. MINK STOLES. : ,. .
party at the church. The president, TerryWilliams CAPES
began the meeting at 4 p.m. ( I CAPES 1//
Wedding bells will ring for Bloneva Louise More The group had an interesting WERE NORWEIGEN
land and Mr. Charles Edwin Smith on Friday, Dec. 23 discussion on cooking and BLUE USED BUT ARE
at 6 at the home of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and sewing. They also made 9 95 \
p.m. beautiful I letter bags. After LIKE NEWS
Mrs. John Seldon. which, they all joined together ,
and sang Christmas songs. ; i i ,
Among those attending the General Assembly of Ruby Castelow is director, 99 50
the National Council of Churches in Miami Beach were Mae Dean Mincey is secre- TES995 UP
Dr. Gardner Taylor of Concord Baptist Church, Brook- tary and Mary Mincey is re-
lyn and John Drew, insurance broker of Birmingham. porter. i
Planetarium audiences will be taken back 2,000 -

years to the time of the birth of Christ in a holiday EASTf,COAST'TMLORS SWEATERS ., .

show at the Museum of Science starting Saturday. The Headquorters4or'.. -" 1, f
"Star of Bethelem," will interpret what might "the .
show, 95
$ :
to their ,MM Dresisd'Mcn"Alt.r9tioniondR.nred.IinIb ; 9 Up
have been the star that led the Three Wise Men ,
Child of Destiny. Planetarium shows are given Monday : '\
atlO .. .. .. .
through Friday at 4, 7:30 and 9 p.m.; on Saturday 'If"' -"" ", : '
and 1, 2:30,4, 7:30 and 9 p.m.; Sundayat ;f. TfSERVCeShould \ \ \ .
11:30 *
and a.m. ,,'1 youf jtolfo; Ib: 'TO,BE:;ELIGIBLE FIR ,
and 9 Wednesday
1:30, 3, 4:30, 7:30 p.m. t

programs and are in Mrs.Spanish only.E. Saunders Jr. announce the i'!1l EAsT.;. :'L;coAsTlfevil : :r S THESE OFFERS TKMENMMJSA YtfWlf IE/- / f ;$ i2 Ef; (<
Mr. I .' '9"l 'jl
Edward Saunders, III on Nov. "Ar19 J ;
birth of their son, James !' .hU. ?, $! .
:: y.u x..wtt! -. '
weighing 6 lbs.; ., r: if/ Up .''' \-532'.r.10'5
29 13 oz.at 2:21, : p.m. at Mt. Sinai Hospital, ts.1' 1s'oaytlm. ;; :. ; / '. .r, t


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RICHMOND r- Activities at Round About

BliGHTS FOCUS ','I Carver YMCA/ TalkBY

siniit1111 1111111111111ii11111/1lUli11lull.I' I Carver YMCA is sponsor On Tuesday, December 6, JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL
ing a Christmas Party on a group of Peace Corps ..
3y Gwendolyn Laverne Ross December 22, 1966 and we Trainees visited the "Y". I. -: --

are asking for help and cooperation They wanted to see what the MAKING THE ROUNDS Saturday, Dec. 10, at 12 0'.
SCHOOL SCOOPSPalmetto's in making this. "Y" had to offer and what clock (high noon) I arose from a long much-needed '
Concert Chorus was featured in the party a success. This affair role the YMCA played in the of with rest
i Singing A warm shower couple eggs grits,butter
Christmas Tree is to entertain members of the community. These are the saw
performance held
on at and coffee. Now clean underwear,
8 p.m., in Dade County Auditorium. "Y", neighborhood children group that were present sage gray suit and
STARS and teenagers attending the Christy Dillemuth (California tie and I am ready to check on the Christmas rush. ]I
Don't you miss the fun and excitement when "Who- "Culture Through Leisure" ); Fred Dillemuth (California picked up my camera and pad, got in the Chrysler an
Dunnit," a mystery-comedy, is produced by the Mays program.In ); Joan Cowles (Arizona drove off Buster Tolliver's newspaper candy store,
High dramatists tonight (December 16) at 8 p.m., in the the past, we have received ); Jeff Boal (Los Angeles on 5th Ave. and 126th St. Buster can't make it home
school auditorium. contributions from Calif.); Joe Garnwath for Christmas (business wouldn't allow) Harvey
various organizations companies (Philadelphia); Brad Hollin-
Hall partying at the Lenox Lounge, heading to
and individuals in the Honolula, Hawaii). Miami
The Third Annual Christmas Festival of Music, featuring ger ( next week Sam and Dave (Miami's pride), the
which aided in elated sing
community us They were highly
the Richmond Junior
Heights School
High Band
and Chorus, waS presented on December 15, at 8 supplying the necessary materials what they saw and plannedto ing sensations saying "I'll be home for Christmas .
in the school auditorium. p.m. and foodstuffs for the visit again before movingto Hattie Thomas (former Hollywood de-lovely) will jet
kiddles. We are now solicit other territory. They said into Miami to visit with Emma Reed of Orlando ,
SOCIAL NOTESA ing your help and cooperation they learned something here Blonita Orr of Coconut Grove expecting her two brothers
Home Decoration Contest will be conducted by the on this Project, which and they would be able to Norman and Lewis Johnson to visit for the holidays. ,
Richmond Heights Women's Club, during the week of December will be greatly appreciated. take it with them to help Many happy returns to Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Ortiz of
If further information is else. We wantmore
23. Judges will cruise through the community and desired, please feelfreetocall visits someone whydon'tyoucomearound Bryant Ave., Bronx. The newlyweds. Mrs. Carlos Ortizis
select the three most beautifully decorated lawns and homes. the Carver Branch YMCA, so sometimes and visit the former Mae Francis Judge, Helen Judge's daughter -
Prizes for these winners will be awarded at a program of
Phone 696-0231. with us.f't. Johnny Johnson ( Coconut Grove)
during Christmas week, in the shopping center.
with the New York Shalimar's In-Crowd. He's Mary LouJohnson's
The club will also ,distribute baskets to needy families
in the neighborhood.Mrs. (teacher at Carver High school) brother. .
H. J. Oliver is the club's president., Mrs. C. N. : ., Larry "Tack" Pinder (one of Miami's former great dan
Paschal is the Decoration Contest's chairman. ,, .., cers) doing great in Brooklyn real estate. Mrs. Eva Mil
STARS ler Cooke's son, Bill Miller in New York, the lead sing
Collecting all clothes, toys, and foodstuffs (sugar and 10' ger of the "Four Sound's Group' '
t coffee)! Troop 503 is spearheading a drive to collect ".
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these items for the Cuban refugees in Miami. Anyone at i
1 wishing to donate these items, please contact GwendolynRoss i. ) t
at CE 54863., H +
Annabelle Sherman, Executive Director of three
federally funded projects studying the roles of women and
girls in the community, was guest speaker at a program .
sponsored by the Miami Chapter of the National Council
of Negro Women, at 4 p.m., on Sunday, December 11, at
Tots Town Kindergarten.
Mr. David H. Cousin of Detroit, Michigan, recently
spent several weeks with his daughters in the Miami area.
They are Mrs. Ulysses Harden (Lulabelle) and Mrs. Suzie

Thomas. _w...... -._....-..: "" -- -V"' ..

This is the Slogan of the shorts, slacks or leotards.To .. J
ladles exercise class being prove that regular exercise PEARLENE MOSS DELORES TALLEY
MIlff+glN IIMu u conducted at the Carver can be fun. The ladies
Branch YMCA by Carrie P. try to 'out-do each other In PEARLEAN MOSS SHELTON, "Miss Bronze Beauty of
ri tli 100% Meek. The ladies are given the number of repetitions December" Lovely Pearl, 24, hails from Montgomery,
trimming exercises for the they can perform. A small Ala., now residing in Trenton, N. J. at 76 Ward Ave,
: entire body. Emphasis is fee is required for registration '"
Pearl loves
r ; dancing "The Phillydog, rock and roll
"HUMAN placed on trouble spots,suchas ; Interested
\ persons may
call music. Favorite singer, James Brown; song "Don't Bea
r r the hips, thighs and waist Ray Thornton, Directorof
tcl,.. ,HAIR WIGS line. The class is held on the Carver Branch YMCA Dropout." Pearl is a cook-waitress at the K. B. Cafe
Thursday nights from 8 to or Mrs. Laura Wright, Sec- Diner, 214 Clinton Ave., Trenton. Her ambition is to
Were $59.95 9 p.m. Participants wear retary at 696-0231. become a beauty expert and model. She is married to a
' HAIR PIECES safety driver director, Lewis Shelton, and very hapjy
I Pearl hopes to visit Miami in January.

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HUNTED by the law..flATpD by the lawless!; I ovations. In Columbus, Ohio at the Vets Memorial auditorium
Billy Stewart was shaking the house with
I i HERE IS I II his "Reap What You Sow" and "Summertime" and as

usual, Sam and Dave always backing off stage to great
''IRISCH I II II standing and screaming ovations Jackie Wilson's
PRODUCTIONS INCUul. .w. .;+ i I USE hit "Whispers" dedicated to Teen Queen Ella Mae Priceof
dI NIgN MAN Jackson Hi School and St. Stephens Bapt. Church .
1 t Wilson Pickett's "Mustang sally" dedicated to pretty
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, By Stanley (Sweets) Sweeting t

I STUFF AND SUCH: Big names with full orchestras areonce iI :? c > ky
,I., .. .
again hitting the entertainment scene. Cab Calloway, '
Buddy Rich, Earl Hines, Charlie Barnett Stan Kenton, ,," I ..., f <,. I
e Count Basle and Duke Ellington among others.. And all L ),. ,". <
.Y. ""' 'fl ; .Ftlw .
V packing 'em In Broadway spots '1 I 1 \".. -\ M.i f
i and other Main Strip niteries of \ 'j), .. i I PIIli
thecountryand Louie Armstrong "" &,. i j
Bob Crosby Harry
James, Woody Herman, Gene
i Krupa, Benny Goodman, Buddy -
r l Rich and the late Jimmy

s Dorsey Band. .Full orchestras .., .
have always had their day until .N
a little moon-eyed guy by the
name of Louie Jordan hit the

scene with a few musical men ,
"SWEETS"1 called the TymPany Five. They : S t S ;TRA0E MARK ,_' I Ie
sang and swayed themselves Into
the hearts of all who heard them. Soon after the full crews
didn't take long to get the hint, and like the Arabs, folded HALF
their tents and slowly stole away. .And now that the ex- QUARTS
ponent of such ditties"Caledonia"and"Saturday Night
Fish Fry" is off the scene, the Big Names with full crews >
are returning to the band stands. tj bl it.Vs.; h\\\ \ j : t r !

SWEETS TREATS An IrdnhTtwist or rather surprisingfind
in the Burns-High-Kelly-Kirk gubernatorial election is
the revelation by this column's research that all four candidates -
have the same number of letters In their names 10.
KELLY, CLAUDE KIRK Miami Beach's Barcelona ou
Hotel had singer Gay Perkins added to the March and
Adams Comedy Box .. Bahamian-born Frank Thompson m w tMd#wiaf 1 $ &
prefers Miami to Nassau for permanent living. Tried living L, I Ik'9FW1.
there, returned to make it here. Look for a coach retire- ;', "
ment at Florida A. & M before '68. And a Miamian is be- .... ? .
ing considered to take his place...MTAbus on the 21 route .after IJJKafter 1Qt
halted on a busy thoroughfare in mid-downtown while an
ofay gendarme questions its beige driver... Officer Jimmie
Wilson and Motorman Bobby Ingraham gettingstares from
the passing throng while doing a terrific job on their traffic / 4
I 1AT) i
details. I. ;':;

MIAMI MUSINGS: Former FAMUpublicrelationsboss
Chuck Smith III, now PRmanforR-CCola, in the FAMU- igiasses over ice r rf
ALABAMA press box inviting his former boss J.IIE. Lee,
Jr. to sip cocktails with him in the R-C Cola's Celebrity \ f s J + t
Room after the game, with Lee refusing because of "other
committments". .A deficit for the James Brown show???
Mario Gonzalez of Gonzalez Cuban Market now wears dark
glasses. Operation on both orbs. .R. C. Coleman lookinglike mttsSR
a 'million In his '66 Caddy. .But not a chic'as Eu-
genia (Judge L.E.) Thomas looks in hers...John H. Davisof '
Davis Printery and Edward E. Davis of Excelsior Pressin
a marathon gabfest. .Movie idol Sidney Poitier escort- _
ing Nat (King) Cole's widow Mariaffenny O'Berry and _
the Liberty City branch of EOPI shuffled offfrom 15th Ave-
nue to 79th Street Faces In '1'heOBC crowd: Herb Douglas S.
Roscoe Webb, L. W. .Curlin, Marshall Arnold, MeKenzie -
Moore, Alkin Hepburn Jr., B. T. Harvey Chuck irt
Smith D. C. Colllngton. '
THE WEEK'S WASH: Dining Tobys: Patrolman Ed-
die Mitchell his wife and kiddies. .Ditto the John Braynon -
family. .Chain letter fad to hit the south once again.
.Duke Ellington's granddaughter Mercedes Ellington, a
June Taylor dancer. Only biege beaut in the chorus line. :"' ,
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The Draft to be the hottest issue in the Nation's capitol in : : '"
'67. .John Henry Miller's old Liberty City Roadside Rest. ( liL1! J
under excavation .Tan Slim Bannister sitting in his white : ''1f'
Caddy a Sir John Hotel btandout..Commissioner N. Atha- 1i'. : .1
lie Range recently in from Las Vegas. .Charles Johnsonlost '
his mother last Wednesday. Funeral services from : / tf ; I. :
Church of the Open Door Thursday. .Did Felipe Cohen ''eo i. I" 'J Ie i f

Quionones recover from his heart seizure that felled him I- ...: 1- :
while driving his car? '. ; r
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SALT WATER TAFFY: Nassau Tribune editor Etienne ..'" J i
Dupuch's invitation to Miami Times editor II.E.S. Reeves \
as guest to that swank and distinguished affair over on the
isle of pink pearls, had the local exec flying over the At- ;
lantic via air.jet during the week. Ye Editor plans remain-
I Ij
ing four days. .Orchids to that Coral Gables Country Club
official who had the guts to express his opinion over the dis- I J
barment of three Negro members of Coral Gables High j I
School's swimming team, who were not permitted to swim l'
with their team in making an underwater training film at fl )1y
the 'all-white' club. Said the CGCC official: "An Invitationnever
should have been extended if it couldn't cover the
whole team." (Hurrah!). .BTW Bandmaster S. H. Savage
must be a Texan. His locks were recently sheared at Dowl-
ing's Lone Star Barber Shop.
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: The Jollfettes are dancing
night (Friday, Dec. 16) at ten in Dayfront Park's audit
during their Pre-Christmas Formal. .And those Delta Dar- Coke NM_
linns are making big plans for their Christmas Dance sched-
uled for-Dec 29. Backers of the James Brown affair losta
bundle. .Ervln E. Edwards out of Cedars of Lebanonat
home on the mend. .Mrs. Luella Echols is convalescinglings
are making big plans for their Christmas Dance sched-
uled for Dec 29. .Backers of the James Brown affair losta
bundle. .Ervin E. Edwards out of Cedars of Lebanonat
home on the mend. .Mrs. Luella Echols Is convalescingat
home after a paralytic seizure..ClementineShlne parad- aJI
ing around town in an all-white nursing uniform. Why all
the fuss over an electric-lighted cross on the county court-
house at Christmas? If the cross is lighted again this year
even if paid for by private funds the Freethinkers of
America (whatever that is) plans picketing. (Tsk tsk). .
Martha Lamar's aunt died in Pompano Beach. Funeralwas I
held in Georgia. .Former Miami mortician Bertram rt \ 'i 4 h
Collie, now a Texas minister, preached a visitation sermonat
Temple Baptist last Sunday. ..That'sitfolks, from your 11
one-man-newspaper who knows everybody and every body'i WH,.. MH' % f.p, .Jrf .
lacket but who Uallways giving somepoorsucker breakf :- :My > r OTTUO UNDtM THI AUTNOHITV OP TH I -

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.y.wn.y. Junior College Students Send Christmas To Viet Nam I

The students of Miami- dresses of servicemen to Dade Junior( College before tamable by calling the col-
Dade Junior College North,' "Christmas in Viet Nam "
November 25. lege Student Activities Officeat
are collecting names and addresses North MiamiInternational "
Campus, Further information Is at- 685-4477. I
sA of South Florida
servicemen in Viet Nam to
send each a Seas n's Greet t l

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"Christmas "
in Viet Nam,
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and is designed to
paying jobs are ayailable. Opportunity Employer
keep-up the morale of
really means, in other serv
words, "We hire Negroes too"
. because the Federal Government said we must" from this area durIng -
It also says that we have good job openings and pay home. holiday away from

the best salaries, and the dark brother can come and "This
apply. You cannot t that project is not designed
say they do not have your applie to demonstrate
catioa You cannot say that they did not give you a test. for the support
Now, they have complied with the regulation of the Govern- Nam Viet .
ment! But, when it gets down to the "nitty gritty," you President Policy, explains SGA r
get "the job Is filled;" "you passed the test and you are an endorsement of
number .5 on the list" (meaning that five years from American
now the job will be open again for you to take the test). j is, so often forgotten man in who the
Five years from now you have been put on the inactive pseudo-intellectual
list, because time ran out on you. "You didn't pass the the right debatesof
or of
wrong our
test and you are not qualified" or "just as soon as there foreign, policy." t
is an opening, you will be called." Let's take a certain Last the 1
year students
airline that has over 8000 employees, which may have sent over 500 cards South \
one ((1) or (10) Negroes in their office. That 10 persons Florida servicemen in Southeast -
does not represent one-sixteenth of one percent, yet they Asia.
can boast (?) of having Negroes on their staff. How The public is being askedto II

about there not being one qualified Negro ticket agent send the names and ad-
doing customer contact at the airport. not one '. yet .
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they say "Equal' Opportunity Employer." I sent a college ..r,- .--- Ml!,
graduate to apply at one of the airlines. He passed the BTW CHORUS IN and P& M Ma- After a successful day, tree President S. T. Davis of
test for ticket agent, yet he did not get the job. Why? sons St.Eastern John's Stars celebrated state leaders posed for Frank Miami.
Because the interviewer did not think he had the personality. PROGRAM Sunday!' nee. 11 at Tsreal on Johnson, the photographer. Top row: Left tonight: Sir (i
Another college man, who has passed the test was told The 40 voice mixed chorusof Bethel Primitive Baptist perial Left to Potentate right, bottom row: Im- Knight Calvin Shaw of Ft.
he had bad credit. Another college graduate was told that Booker T. Washington High Church 1800 NW 1st PI. The of Pompano Beach Robert Hill Lauderdale; Noble Thomas
1IJ. ; State Director Montgomery, Council President
he did not look neat. Don't they allwear uniforms? Mayme School under the direction of Rev.Lauderdale delivered. Jackson of Ft. Maggie Lumpkins of Amos Fludd,Grand Treasurer --
passed the test for Communications and Reservations with Mrs. Mable D. Glover, will message. a powerful 'Miami; Grand Master of State Paul Robertson and
an airline Co., and she was given no excuse. Just ignored.The present a program of Christmas The Northwestern Senior Woodrow Wilson of Pompano Grand Patron George Walker-
"Equal Opportunity Employer" are words that music at 4 p.m. on Sunday High School) Band furnished Linda Beach; Grand Matron Mary all of Miami. Vice President
Dec. 18 in the Browns- Arlino and Exalted De- Ruby Glover, not shown.
are for the birds. Now"if SCLC is looking for something music for the parade. Visiting
CONSTRUCTIVE to do, let them try to get the airline ville Neighborhood Center, members trom t'Ompano beacn,
companies to employ Negroes as Ticket Agents or male 2741 NW 49th Street.It Ft. Lauderdale and Perrine
is open to the public and
hosts, etc., where they can be seen in uniform other than admission is free. tion.were present at the celebra- New
porter or red cap and sweeping floors., EQUAL OPPOR-- Shop Courses At
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PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Clare Whitely (Sect Robins Northwestern Need Studentsany
to L. L. Brooks)
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Nat Vaughn Uniform
DOCTOR OF THE WEEK: Raymond J. Simmons The Northwestern High course by paying$2.00.
GOLFER OF THE WEEK: Larry Samber (Coconut Centers School Adult Education Center Shop and business courses
Grove Golfer's Assoc.) plans to operate three new require a small material or
*.*. ****** Church( Uniforms shop classes if any pupils will shop fee.Modern.

During the month of December, "Med-Dens" of Dade attend. Prospective students
County are sponsoring a drive to secure LOOD DONORSfor Choir Robes may begin registering now facilities have
Christian Hospital. Free transportation will beprovidedfor Church Furniture and continue through Dec. been erected for the operation

those without cars, who wish to contribute Wednes- ... t 22.The of these shop classes. The
day, December 21, 1966, between the hours of 12:00: and .-courses offered are: equipment is the same type
3:00 P.M. at Christian Hospital. For further informationcall Altar Sets Sunday School Furnishings Automobile Interior Trim that the graduate will use In
635-0961 6913072. Upholstery, Electrical and industry.
*.* ***** ****** 5 STORES TO SERVE YOU Gas Welding, and Automobile Excellent employment op-

Kid Dynamite, a prizefighter that has made the big 16 W. Flagler St. 5900 So nut Drive Paint and Body Repair. portunities are offered here

time, has taken over at the helm of the Knight Beat. He Laudtrhill Shopping Cent.r'Ft.. Laudtrdole. Students may register for for graduates' of the courses.

has young, talented, Cal Roberts as his host and M. C.,
along with that big nine piece swinging band "The Prophets. 1735 NW 10th Ave. Dadtland Shopping Cents

." The show this week-end should be a dilly, with all
those beautiful girls from Chicago. SEE OUR COMPLETE DISPLAYOF
*0* ***** CHURCH FURNITURE AT: e For me, the most challenging

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Bert Wallace Trio has 5900 SUNSET DRIVE thing in skiing is
moved into the Sir John Lounge. Would you believe? South Miami meeting

Grand-way had four cashiers working in the food section OR CALL OUR REPRESENTATIVE tough obstacles at top
- on a Monday night? Things are looking up, shoppers! speed and beating them."
Let's all go back to Grand-way. Someone must have shownour
column to them. Four of the loveliest, dancingest 666-8501
young ladies you will ever see, are being featured at the At the end of the run there's

Knight Beat this week-end. Tonight tomorrow night and one gin I I
enjoy. Gordon's
Sunday night Shirley Hall's Vashionette's, directly from

Chicago are making a stop here before going to Nassaufor Knight i Beat Club Sir John Hotel London? Dry It's always .
their yearly Xmas show The Dave Akins Trio 276 NW 6th Street crisp. Dry. A ;ff ,::\,
was at the James Club the other night when China Valles jump '.' t .*,'
held his weekly Jazz Concert Dave and the boys are still KID DINAMITE ahead of any '\/\t

appearing nightly at the Rancher Motel. Presents.FRISATSUN gin I ever tried." .fWE

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10 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 16, 1966 ', .


i' ,.,.. LANDS AT DORSEY oI'Ifr

To Be EqualBY f The Dorsey Junior High t

,f"J school will present a skit entitled .
,,. I "Christmas in Many
Lands," on Sunday, Dec. 18,
in the auditorium at 3 p.m.You
.... and yours are invited. '
Emcvtlv Oiwctar. Notional Uifean L.agu. ,I .J The school chorus willing fr ,I Q ,
for the student body on ,

The civil rights bills passed. by Congress in the past Monday, Tuesday, Wednesdayand \
several years form the basis for ending legal segregationand Thursday, Dec. 19, 20, 21 ..
J r ri .
22 in the auditorium at
discrimination in areas 'of American life if
many -
the assemply programs 9:50 a.m.RHOER'S 1 ,
they are enforced. But that's a very big "if", for there are I
disturbing indications that\ government administrators are 1
under mounting pressure to "go slow" in enforcing them. p
This especially applies to officials who are in chargeof Patricia Murphy, reporter
assigning federal funds to local governments and private The Rhoer's club Is back
agencies. Title VI of the 1964 Civil,Rights Act forbids such in full swing again. We held ,
funds to any agency or company that discriminates. It our monthly meeting on Dec.
Is the prime weapon in the government's arsenal against 10. There were three new
segregation, especially in education, where local school members added. They were:
districts are In dire need of federal funds. Patricia Culpepper, Marcella /
This helps explain why U.S. Commissioner of Education Demerit, and Marsha Marks.
Harold Howe has come under: attack. When CommissionerHowe Our project beginning the
Christmas will be
set up guidelines to assist local school districts to season vo-
luntary service. Serving the
desegregate, he was subjected to attacks of the most vulgarsort. community is our hobby.
One Southern congressman called the distinguished Let us pray that strength
commissioner, educated at Yale and Columbia, "an idiot" and courage abundant be givento -

and "ignorant." all who work for a world of TOPS CLUB OF GREATER MIAMIThe
Even more serious were the resulting Congressional at- reason and understanding;that
tempts to weaken his office's efforts to enforce Title VI. This the true spirit of this Christmas Club sponsoredby treasurer; Gloria Manson, se- Jamestine H. Johnson, Sandra
has resulted in a growing feeling on the part of many season-it's joy, beauty the Tops National Sorority of cretary;Shirley Parker, president McLain, Flora B. Mitchell,
Southern die-hards that they can get away with their old it's hope, and above all it's Phi Delta Kappa, Alpha Del- ; Frances Reed, dean of Geraldine Roberson, program
patterns of segreg tion.Some, Southern educators who convinced abiding faith may live among ta Chapter, has begun its preparatory members, Katherine Diane Waters. Thompsonand
us. We wish everyone a Merry of developing Bethel, reporter.
their school boards to begin desegregation on the fourth year The Youth Guidance
Christmas and Standing from left to right Com-
a Happy New scholarship and personality :
ground that it was inevitable, are now in deep trouble mittee-Mmes. Mildred
Year. girls of high school girls in Bonita Bullard,Edna Faye ,
because their towns now feel that they moved too soon, Dade County. Cooper, Jenette Monroe, Don- Geneva Collie, lona Dukes,
and that no one will compel them to desegregate after all Fourteen new girls qualified na Simmons, Clarice Parker Mable Glover, Ellen Heidt,
Many school boards have been encouraged to Ignorethe for membership in the Patricia Dickerson, Cheryl Enid Johnson, Ida K. Sidney,
guidelines. One federal official said, "now when we call club among the twenty-five Bullard, membership chair- Hazel Simmons, Leila Will
on Southern school officials for compliance they just laughat confirmed on Thursday, ,Nov. man: pmestine Dickerson, iams chairman, and Lemmie W.Mtichell,
supported by
Jackie Parker and Alpha
us." In the North too, many local boards feel they can 17, at the Church of the Open ler. Betty But- Delta Chapter-is aiding the

continue defacto segregation unhindered by the law. Door.Seated from left to right: Not shown: Jacqueline club in moving forward with
To listen to some of the complaints made against Mr. Mary Frances Alexander, Sar- Branch, vice president; Alvita the year's program. Mrs. MarJorie -
Howe and his understaffed inspectors, one would imagine geant-at-arms; Evelyn Fisher, Brown, Valeria Gibson, Rhodes is basileus of
that they are ruthless tyrants. But only 32 school dis- the chapter.

tricts out of the 27,000 in the nation, have been deprived 4
federal funds because they refused to begin to desegregate.Mr. 1 t'r/ WEST DUNBAR ELEM. Ellis, James Farrington, Gregory Fifth Grade-Jeff ery Allen,
Howe has given leadership to the movement to bring George, Roslyn Johnson, Felicia Anderson, Paulette
about quality integrated education for all children and the HONOR ROLLThe Gloria Lugo,Charles Mention, Ballard, Rena Brown, Card

guidelines his office has worked out to assure this is in faculty of West Dun- Robert Powell, Patricia McKnight Riou, Vanessa, Maioa Clark, Isazel Clark, Deborah
Crittendon Bruce.
keeping with the mandate of the Civil Rights Act. bar Elementary School is George
Pujol Maria Quinomes Timothy
1 Walter Hall Howard
4 P to announce I its honor Peggy ,
Strict enforcement of these guidelines is desperately proud
Ragans, Shirley Thomas.
Chris Ingraham, Lewis John-
for the second six-
rool pupils
needed. It is more than 12 years since the Supreme Court
son, Sharella Miller, Angelo
outlawed segregated schools, yet 90 percent of Negro .,..'1, week period. They their are Third Grade Cynthia McKenzie, Cherly Williams,
""""Il below according: to pers- Abrams Edward Clark
schoolchildren still attend them. This is an intolerable sIt- J Rod-
uation, one which makes a mockery of the law. pective grade levels. ney Dennard, Carolyn Julian, Sixth Grade Annette
First Grade Zandra Celia Marrero Milton
,Dorothy ,
Lax enforcement is endangering the steady, althoughslow Martha Jane (Ton!) Alford, Bailes, David Jones, Andera Jeanette Oliver, James Wald- Abrams, Karen Brown, Rodney
advances made in the past few years. If the clockis a Florida State Department of Nealey, Lonnie Williams, She- den, Willie West. Clark, Peter Clifton, Valda
not to be set back, federal officials must be given full Public Welfare social worker, lia Williams, Joanne York. Fourth Grade Rodgers Cole, Luz Cruz, Georgians
support in their efforts to uphold the law, and attemptsto died Friday, Dec. 9, 1966 fol- Second Grade wilbert Barfield, Morris Chaney, Zo- Davis, Rick Holder, Judy Howard -
interfere with their effectiveness must be beaten back. lowing a brief illness.A Adams, Freddie Boone, Robin raido Crespo, Kim Davis, ,Carolyn Jackson, Pamela -
The pattern of intimidation which exists when Negroesin 1959 graduate of Miami Boyer, Betty Brown, Jake Milton Hall, Rickie Kelly, Patrick, Virginia Rojas,
the South attemptto exercise their rights makes expanded Booker T. Washington Jr-Sr. Cade, Mark Cheeks, )Steven Tyrone Lamar, Linette Mar- Nancy Thomas, Alphonso
High School and a 1963 graduate Clark, Jacquelyn Delancy, shall Wesley, Allen Williams and
I federal enforcement of civil rights laws necessary. A survey Eugene Taylor, Edwin
of Bennett College, Louise Duggins Anna Marie Terrell. Theresa Wright.
made in Mississippi shows that parents in one town who
Greensboro, North Carolina
sent their children to a previously all-white school were where she received her B. A.
harrassed. One-fourth of the parents were pressured degree in sociology
employers, some losing their jobs, while almost half got She lived at 829 NW 69th
threatening phone calls or were physically assaulted. This St. with her family.
shows that "voluntary" compliance doesn't work. Miss Alford was a memberof WILLIAM LEHMAN
All federal agencies who allocate funds must set up the New Hope Primitive
1 guidelines to insure that these funds won't be used to main- Baptist Church, Rev. H. C.
S tain discriminatory practices. They must do this in orderto Samuels, pastor. She was a
member of the Miami
enforce the laws of the land, something they are sworn YWCA her BUICK Inc.
Surviving are parents,
S to do. Mr. and Mrs. Nero Alford; five ,
Action is needed on a broad front. More federal regis- sisters, Marie, Mrs. Carolyn
trars are needed to register Negro voters in the South. Thompson,Virginia Leola and 2269 NE 763rd St.
Hospitals, as well as school boards, are still maintaining Mary Alford, all of Miami; one
1 segregated facilities in violation of the law. The Depart- brother, Neroy; one niece,
ment of Housing and Urban Development must finallyset Cheryl Lynne Thompson; one
up its long-promised guidelines. And all agencies should Oodbrother, Rev. Thomas Sa- North Miami Beach
get more funds to hire added inspectors to insure com- muels of Eustis; one grand
pliance. To do otherwise is to use federalmoney to support mother, Mrs. Martha Johns,
Miami; one grandfather, Mr.
illegal segregation. Herbert Alford of Philadelphia; 945-4201 757-7971

one Godfather, Rev. II. C.
Samuels, ten aunts: Mmes
Dr. Charles Cushman Mary Lou PruittPhiladelphia I ,
Eula Chainey, St. Petersburg,
Fla; Manuletta Bennett, Miami; RivieraWildcat
OptometristMoved Gussle Hobbs, Hazel Lee,
Jewel Hardnett, Shenie jean
from 6321 NW 22nd Avenue Smith, Dorothy Colonel; Mis-
ses Minnie Alford and Milli-
,J t
cent Alford, all of Philadel-
To 8801 NW 22nd Ave. phia; five uncles: Newell

Johns, Washington, D. C.; Special
Edgar Johns, Miami; Matthew Opal
Hours: 2-8 p.m. Monday thru Saturday Alford,Thompson,Ga.; Anderson
Alford, and J. S. Alford,
691-8749 both of Philadelphia, and a
host of cousins and frienda.
Funeral services will be
held Saturday, Dec. 17 at 11 *
t i a.m. at New Hope Primitive Electra Le Sabre
I Baptist Church, 1301 NW 1st

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I THE MIAMI TIMES, .rlda", pec.mber 16. t.966. _11.".

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ServicesBy '"". b .


weeks article will endeavor to show some of the' .
customary procedures followed in purchasing a home or t
other real property. Many persons purchase: property + '
without following the necessary steps, and as a result,
some suffer financial loss or inconvenience due to prob-
lems arising therefrom. The transactions involving Real
Estate are complicated and Involved, and it Is highly
recommended that when the person is able, he secure these t
regarding the same. t 1 I
The first consideration in buying a piece of property k- I'' art
is to make certain that It is suited to your specific needs, ( i 1h
and will accomplish the purposes for which it is being pui
chased. Thereafter, if an agreement in general can be
reached as to terms, one enters Into a Deposit Receipt with 1' ,, ,
the Seller. .
A Deposit Receipt is an agreement to buy and sell, anc
generally includes the terms and conditions: upon which I i
the transaction is to be made. The importance of this docu- 81' ai
ment being accurately prepared cannot be over empha-
sized, as it is the framework for future activity in the trans- i t .
action. For Instance, the Deposit Receipt usually includes
such matters as the purchase price, status of existing mort- 1, -w.
gages or other encumbrances, amount and disposition of
the deposit, time limitations involved, and other matters I
\ such as termite damge, and plumbing and electrical speci ,. ,.' "I"IIW,,'>10
) fications. /
It Following the execution of the Deposit Receipt, the Seller .
11 generally presents to the Buyer an Abstract of title, which
said documents contain instruments relative to the condition -
-, of the title to said property. The Buyer's attorney ex Where Were All Those Concerned Parents ? I
amines the Abstract so that the Buyer will be aware of
: the condition_ thereof; whether there is "good' title in the
, Seller, and what other matters relate to or effect said title. The teachers were there-but the other
very Impor- stand why, with a student body numbering in of
- If the...Buyer and his attorney are satisfied with the title tant of the
port the
parents, were con- 2200, such a small number of parents would take time
) to said property, then a Closing is arranged. At the Clos- spicious their absence
' November 21st meet- out to be,in attendance at such a highly important meet-
ing, the final details of the sale are trans acted, such as conveying ing of the Northwestern Senior High School Parent-
, title and the cash ing.
paying to close. Prior to the closing Teachers'
Association.As .
. however, many incidentals are resolved such the
as So distressed and bewildered was photographer
f arranging for mortgage monies, satisfaction or other dis- you will note from the above photo by Jay Baker ,
of the House of Baker, he (joined the organization, even though his s
Photography this
of claims ,
position outstanding or obligations; etc. meeting have
. It is interesting to note that property is conveyed by easily been held in the principal's office. Fifty per children are only nursery school age.

, many types of instruments.,The Warranty Deed is the most teachers.cent of the disgracefully small number present were We wonder if the parent's apparent lack of con
and therein the Seller the
common conveys property to
cern is responsible for the inequalities to be
1 the Buyer,A subject to such Deed matters as are reserved or Highly distressing, and certainly difficult to under- found at Northwestern???????
. excepted. Quitclaim conveys any interest the
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grantor (conveying ) might have in such
... .. .
. while an Agreement for Deed is an Instrument which states ""-. 1 ; .; ''' ; W 7rTT''rr t ':T"TtJP"{ '"wrT "w !" "**,a. : "'*
that at some future time and when certain conditions have A 4 FJb flillqur' (t fu/ tl., 1A* ,"..,;f t / F tt { { I
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been met, the Seller will convey title to the property to the roposes 1'roatnientfi'7t.For: Poor

Buyer.Of .....,...c._ ......__ 1-.w_.,._....... _, ....,.;. _..-J..J.....;..... '""-._ ...'1"""t.;..._,...;:.,.;.\.__. .1>,. .....'..;';lr"'iII.II,.II\U\7 i {"' ,N t 11"'Jf F
,interest to most individuals is the right to claim The president of the propose that the AMA whatever age race, creed or ting up immunization pro-
I Homestead Exemption upon! acquiring an interest in prop ican Medical state and county medi color. I consider this kind of grams or whatever else is
, erty. Most of the aforementioned instruments may be made a proposal in societies launch a con program atoppriorityAMAobligation. needed in a particular area."
used to create such interest, however the Tax Assessor's gas Nev., Monday, program under pre- ." Under the plan,thespokes-
Office should be consulted if there are any questions for the creation of private auspices Dr. Hudson's proposal a man said, physicians would
therein. medical task -forces: improve existing health spokesman said, "envisions provide services largely
It is likewise Important to remember that the proper diseases in slum services and establish teams of doctors going into without charge, utilizing any
recording of instruments is essential in order for one to areas of racial services where they do areas such as the Watts district existing'private or public
obtain many benefits of the law. If one has received, a Dr. Charles L. exist for I all persons of of Los Angeles and set health care facilities.
Warranty Deed, but lost the same before it was recorded Cleveland told the ,-
. and the Seller cannot be located tremendous legal policy-making house
problems can arise in proving ownership in the Buyer.In Isrwwilrwir__44 _.. .
conclusion, transactions involving the acquiring of gates:

real individual.estate are among the most troublesome to the average LIBERTY CITYNEIGHBORHOOD !::: 1

People have purchased property only to find that there -
were claims or obligations against said property, for B-2 CENTER .. -- -
which they subsequently found themselves obligated to pay. -
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Liberty City -
Likewise many persons have presumably obtained titleto '-'
Center Advisory
property and expended monies thereon only to dis-
tivate important
cover that the person selling to them did not have good Mr. Fred Stapleton, SPECIAL HOLIDAY/ OFFER
title and accordingly, could not convey good title. In this man of the Liberty City
type of dealing surely An Ounce of Prevention is Wortha borhood Advisory
Pound of Cure." nounced Tuesday, Give the Gift They Will
the regular Advisory

meeting appointed, that to members the Remember 52 Weeks a Year
SEWING MACHINE"REPAIR committees for the
hood Target Area ""

SPECIAL" Education Development Committee, First Subscription $5.00

*Cleaned & Oiled Health Committee.

*Adjust Tensions 1 Advisory Committee Each Additional $3.50All

Free Needle & Belt Total Cost 3 I!! point Board.a All youth Block to the Club new and gift subscriptions to The Miami Times are $5.00

*Check all All Makes dents and other Adv
Wiring members are urged to Street"I per year for the first subscription and $3.50 for each additional.
1 Year Guarantee
& Models sent at the next B-2
Advisory Board Through December 31,1966 only.
634-6242 duled for Jan.! 10, 1967.SECRET

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I I ,I: RANGE.3100 Mrs.NW Mamie 49th. St.E., Johnson a long time'of IN TALLAHASSEE TALLAHASSEE- The 22nd Isaac St., Goulds Everett died, 11390 Dec.SW 1.

'CARDS conducted Sa-
resident of the Miami area, Florida A&M University cam-
died Dec. 7. She is survivedby pus was saddened by the deathof turday fronrthe Mt.
Baptist Church
a son, Charles; a daughter- one of its associate professors
---'" in-law, Sadie, a teacher; a of education, the Rev. Survivors are two sisters,
Sylvester R. Bright Sr. on Mmes. Eula Lee Dorsett, Min
brother James Saunders;
IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSI IN MEMORIAMIn three grandsons, Captain Dec. 2.The nie Lee James; one brother,

I Charles Johnson Jr. U. S. ... ,. Therious.Mrs. .
sad but '" "'-i
loving memory .of our wish to thank my many loving memoryof ,
,dear mother and sister friends here in the City of our dear brother, Army; James and Byron John- : !' :- I II I Sarah Alice Harris,
Lizatte 1837 3rd died 3.
son; a granddaughter, } NW Ave. Dec.
West and Miami who .
Key ,
Johnson. Funeral services ,I.., ? Services were conducted Friday -
were so kind during my recent -
illness. will be held Thursday, Dec. !t'' : from the Liberty City
15 4 at the Church of (, ...
at chapel.
Special thanks to Father p.m. "." ""'" ).

John H. Reese, Jr., vicar of ,* y w the Open Door. "> Mrs. Zelina Delaware,

St. Peter's Episcopal' Church, ), I AaA ::1"7 .. 1494 NW 73rd St., died Dec. 6
the various church guilds, Mrs. Mary Knowles of 721 at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Father Theodore Gibson of NW 4th Ave. died Dec. 7. ..,j Services were held Monday

Christ Episcopal Church, Coconut Survivors are a husband Key from the Liberty City Chapel.

Grove, Fla., Rev George ley; a son, Charles Johnson; Survivors are husband, John;

.r W. Bethel and members of two nephews, James and 4'" one stepdaughter, .two aunts,
Newman Methodist Church, George Johnson; two nieces, two cousins and one niece.

the woman's Civic Club, Doctors Marion Thompson and Naomi Mrs. Elaine Smith, 18203
Funeral serviceswere
and nurses of Baptist
SW 103rd Ct. Perrine died
Monday 12 at ,
held Dec.
Hospital and'others for their
Dec. 6.Services were conducted -
,I prayers, flowers,fruits, cards, 10 a.m. at St. Francis Xavier Saturday from the Martin

and visitations. May God con- Church. Memorial AME Church, Perrine.
tinue to bless you all.
Namon Mays of 901 NW Survivors are husband, Ed

Mrs. Vemol,Thomas 48th St. died Dec. 8. He is Rev. Mr. Bright was ward.

survived by a wife,Rosa Lee; pastor of the Qethsemane Joe Knott, 2469 NW 63rd

two children,two sisters, Mmes Baptist Church in Tallahassee St.diedDec. 5. 'Services were

.......Ii ..... ,.. Leather Walker, Carrie Gainey ; and the African Baptist held at the Liberty City Cha-
IN MEMORIAMIn .p1CHARLm two brothers Charlie and Eu Church in Live Oak. He was pel Tuesday. Survivors are
gene. Funeral services were also chief recording secretaryof wife, Sally Mae; three sons,
loving memory of our departed this life Dec. held Wednesday, Dec. 14 at the Baptist General Conven- three daughters, mother, Mrs.

,_ 'w. ,..._. "',,___ dear mother and grandmother, 17, 1965.A 2 p.m. at the Church of God. tion of Florida.He Mollie Knott; one sister, Mrs.
-..- -- year has passed since is survived by his widow Bell Yarbrough.
LILLIAN E. JOHNSONwho Mrs. Lenora Austin of 1528 Lucille Tallahassee
you slipped away. Your pre- ;
departed this life Decem- sence has been missed. but NW 59th st. died Friday, Dec. six sons, Sylvester, Jr.Strat- Wilbert Carter, 1333-A NW

ber 13. 1961. May she rest in there is comfort the thought 9. Survivors are Roscoe Ha- ford, Conn.;Arthur, Bridgeport, 2nd Ave. died Dec. 8. Services

peace. that you are at rest with God. gans, two brothers, Jimmie Conn. Rev. Alpheus Bright, were held Wednesdayfrom
Mrs. Della B.Carey Sleep on. and Lloyd Rolle, an uncle and Philadelphia, Pa.; Dr. Cor- the Liberty City Chapel.

And Family aunt, Bernard and Julia Fisher nelius Bright, Washington, Survivors are parents, three

I The FamilyACKNOWLEDGMENT ; sister-in-law, Olive Rolle. D. C.; Major Charles Bright, brothers, Richard, Jr., Clif-

Funeral services will beheldon San Francisco, Calif; and ford, David; four sisters,Mmes.

Thursday,Dec. 15 at 1 p.m. Richard of Washington, D. C.; Pearl Hawkins, Corine Mc-
J'' '" .' in the chapel. four daughters, Mrs. Sarah R. Clendon, Amy Lee Johnson,

IN MEMORIAMIn I" ." Smith, Austin, Tex.; Mrs. Lu- Queen Ann Cauley, Rev. Nathaniel -
'1/: The family of the late Rose Marie Morant of 1441 Manning, brother-in-
memory of the late cille E. Wilson, Savannah,
.... "A. MR.THEIPHILUSRICHARDSON NW 43rd St. died Dec. 8, at Oa.;Mrs. Delores A.Bass, Ft., law.

Variety Children's hospital. Lauderdale; and Miss Margu- William Herring, 3681 Day

who departed this lifeNov. 4, Survivors are her parents, Mr.' retta V. Bright, Washington, Ave. Coconut Grove, died
1966 wishes to express sin- and Mrs. Leroy Morant, Jr; and 23 grandchildren and nu- Nov. 27. Services were held
six sisters and brothers ; merous nieces and nephews.
t cere appreciation to the many Wednesday from the Coconut
friends for their expressionsof grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Grove Chapel.
Leroy Morant, Sr. Several
....- ----- sympathy by cards, tele- uncles and aunts. Funeral FRANCIS. Samuel Watson, 7741 NW
LOVINA BROWN grams, covered dishes and 16th Ave. died Dec. 11. Sur-
services were held Monday,
of 114 Angela -
Harry Symonette
many other forms of
who departed this life Dec. extended in their dark courtesy hoursof Dec. 12 at 2 p.m. at Ebene- in Key West died Dec. 9. vivors are wife, Julia; one
daughter, Stella; two sons
15, 1965. distress and grief. zer Methodist Church. Funeral services will beheld ,
Louis, Robert Devoe; mother,
Can a woman's tender Special thanks 18 at 3:30
to the en- Sunday, Dec. p.m. Mrs. Cora Waston of Havana
care cease towards the child- tire staff of the Range Funeral Martha Jane Alford of 6475 at Bethel AME Church in Key ,
ren she bear? Yes, she may Home. NW 6th Ave. died Dec. 9. She West with Rev. B. L. Davis, Fla. Arrangements are incom-

be forgetful be, yet we will is survived by her parents,Mr. pastor officiating. Remainswill plete.

remember thee. Mrs. Eva M. RichardsonwifeAnd and Mrs. Nero Alford; five repose in the church beginning J. C. Jett, 1410 NW 71st

Family sisters, Marie, Virginia, Leo- 1 p.m. on Sunday until St. died Dec. 10. Arrangements
The Brown Family I la, Mary and Carolyn Thompson funeral time Sunday afternoon. .are incomplete.

; one brother, Neroy; a Survivors include his wife

IN MEMORIAMIn grandmother, Mrs. Martha Florine; three daughters; Mrs.

Johns, a grandfather, Mr. Her- Geraldine Pinder; Mrs. Lillian BAIN'S. .
MR. HAROLD HANNA IN MEMORIAM! of sad, but loving memory bert Alford of Philadelphia Pinder and Miss Marie Symo-

who passed sway Dec. 13, Several aunts and uncles. nette; one son, Randolph; one John Mitchell of 1503 NW
1966. In, loving memory of our Funeral services will be con- sister; Mrs. Bernice Farring- 7th Ct., Fla. City died Dec.

May he rest in peace. dear wife, mother and grand ducted on Saturday, Dec. 17, ton. 11. Survivors are his wife ,

mother, at 11 a.m. at New Hope Primi-. Audrey Bradley of 1720 Mary; one daughter, Mrs. Ella>1

Mrs. Annie Hanna, wife JEANETTE BENEBYwho tive Baptist Church.Mrs. NW 2nd Ave. died Dec. 10. Mae Mathis, two sisters, one
And ChildrenIN 11. MyrR brother, Funeral services will
passed into life's eternalon Funeral arrangements are
Dec. 16, 1957. May she Mary Brooks of 2320 incomplete. Survivors are her be held Friday, Dec. 16 at

rest in peace. NW 154th St. died Dec. 9. husband, Willie one daughter the Covenant Baptist Churchin

Survivors are a daughter, Eva Mrs. Bertha Rose John Fla. City.

MEMORIAMIn The Family! Mae Holtof Springfield,Mass. son; one son,CI ifford; mother, Arthur Hannah of 6167 SW

1 three sisters Mmes. Alberta Mrs. Rosa Sutton, one brother, 64th St., South Miami, died
loving memory of our Clayton, Ethel Massey, Basic James Sutton. Dec. 11. survivors are his
darling wife, mother sister Carr; four brothers, gldridge !
wife Carrie Bell; three sons,
and daughter, MAN KER Hildridge, Charlie and Nathaniel Master Ethan Roundtree, Albert and Jessie Lee.
Bush. Funeral services four-year-old son of Mr. and James,
Cecil A. Minnis of 6690 Four daughter, Mmes. Mar -
1 will be conducted on Saturday, Mrs. Edward Roundtree of 775
NW 18th Ave. died Dec. 5 at Noble Elizabeth Pres-
NW 75th died garet ,
A Dec. 13.
Dec. 17 at 3 p.m. at First
his residence after short
a sley Arthur Mae Holmes and
.....1.1I .1I .1I .1f illness. Survivors include Baptist Church of Opa-locka. Remains were shipped to ,
a Claxton, Ga. for final rites Janie M.Gray, one sister, grand
wife, Maude; one daughter,
and burial. Other survivors include children. Funeral services
Yvonne; two sons Alfonsoand will be held Saturday at 2 p.m.
Russell McCloud of 1603 one brother, Etenne;
Steve, his father, Frank; in the chapel
four sisters Misses LAURA BAILEY NW 2nd Ave.died Dec. 9 Sur- grandmother, Mrs. Meriva
Myrties, vivors are six sisters, Mmes. Roundtree; grandmother, Mr. Willie Person of 10356 SW
Florann and Weisie who departed this life Dec.
Mrs. Francis Twiggs, Hattie Peoples Terry Round tree; grandparents, 178th St., Perrine died Dec.
I Lona Wilson, a brother, Boral 29, 1964. Mr. and
Mrs. Wash
Flossie Milton Dorothy Houston. 12.
and other relatives. Funeral Gone, but not forgotten. are a daughter,
services were held Dec. 12 in Zei gl I err Sally Carter ,Beulah 1 Mrs.Barbara Roberts,11 grand

the chapel. Frances Thompson, sister Jackson; two aunts tnes.Rose RICHARDSON. children, one sister Mrs. Mary
I r 4 Ollie Davis, sister Watts, Willie Davis. Funeral Person. Arrangements are In-
Mary Lou Willis of 936 NW Mack, Louis and Phillip services, Friday, Dec. 16 at Master Todd Richardson of complete.

3rd Ave. died Dec. 6. Survi- Feacher, brothers 11 a.m. in the chapel. 315 Magnolia St., Amita, Charles Twyne of Percival
vors include her widower Robert La., died Dec. 10 at VarietyChi
Ave. died in the
four daughters, Diann Idren emergencyroom
s The body
L.I } Buzzs, Dorothy Cross; Lutrica CARD OF THANKWe Tom Tinsley of 5600 NW was shipped to Ajnita for final at Jackson Memorial Hospital -
and Gayle Willis; two sons, 18th Ave. died Dec. 9. Sur- rites and bural. Survivors are his wife,
/ Robert Jr., and Issac Willis' ; the family of the late vivors are two sisters Mmes. Pearl, seven brothers, Julius,

f her parents, Mr. and Mrs. MRS. NELLIE BLACKSHEARwish Hattie Farmer,Emma Williams; 3rd Dennis died Harvey Dec.of 7.1209 Funeral NW Marion, Dock, Lemuel, Ed-
f James Walton, two sisters; a brother, Charlie; a nephew, ward, Lacy and Henry; two
to thank for services were held Tuesday uncles.
Mrs. Mary Clemons and Mrs. everyone James Farmer; a niece, Annie Arrangements are in*
Lula Mae Carter,three brothers their floral pieces, telegrams, Dixon. Funeral services will afternoon. Survivors are a complete.
I James, Clyde and Fredrick. cards and food. friend, Mrs. Willie Mae Avance,
-- -- be held on Friday, Dec. 16 at
Remains Thanks to the people of one sister, Mrs. Fannie Mae
NEVELYN BELLAMY were sent Saturday, 3 :30 In the chapel.
who departed this life on Dec. Dec. 10 to Live oak, Fla. Jolivette Plaza, the membersof Jackson, cousinsMrs. Louise MNHS PTA TO
Churches of God in Christof Robinson, Mrs. G. W. Harvey,
17, 1956. Gone, but not for- HEAR BRETTES
f' Romona Harper of 2184 NW Dania and Avon Park, to Mrs. Edith Johnson of 2280 Mr. Mai tie Roberts, Mr. Joe

gotten.There's door the 5th Ave.died Dec.4. Survivorsare and Rev. and Sister Jackson NW 71stTerr.died on Dec. 11. Roberts. The Vibrettes, the advanced
an at
t her and end members of Greater New choral at Miami Northwestern .
end of the road through which parents Mr. Mrs. Survivors are a husband, Norman Smith of 1115 NW group
each must go alone, and thereis Theodis Harper. Funeral ser- Macedonia M. B. Church. May Jack; four daughters' Sandra 5th Ave. died Dec. 10. He is will present a special -

a light we cannot see, our vices were held Thursday, God bless you. Jacquelyn, Gail and Patricia survived by his wife, Beulah; Christmas program for

Father claims his own. Dec. 8 in the chapel. Torrmie Sue Jones, Sis. Jones, two sons; Ronald one daughter,one granddaughter PTA members on Monday
evening Dec. 19 8 in
and FamilyLIBERTY Jones and Charles Sea veil a, ; two great grandchildren; p.m.
Ernest Bellamy Funeral services for John and funeral services will be other relatives and friends. the school auditorium.

Wesley Rosserville will beheld conducted on Monday, Dec. Funeral services will be heldat Parents and interested citizens -

1 Thursday at 9 a.m. in CITY CHILD 19, at 2 p.m. at the Churchof 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 17, are invited to attend
the chapel. OPPORTUNITY Christ. from the chapel. this meeting.

Corene Chisman of 814 NW CENTERThe

family of the late 6th Ave. died Dec. 9. Survi- Willie .Henderson. of 2411
vors are her widower Ramon Liberty City Child NW 58th St. died Dec. 10. Sur-
MIRIAM CORNELLof Opportunity Center will hold vivors are wife Vinnie
a ;
Delacruz, two daughters, LINCOLN MEMORIAL PARK
its parent meeting, Thursday,
three daughters; 12 grandchild
Key West, Fla. wish to Marguarite and Theodoris Me- Dec. 21, 7:30 p.m. in theschool's
Funeral services will be
express their apprecaition to lody Lond; two sons Rich- conference room, located ren.
all the friends, neighbors, man Goodman and Ira Cosier; at 1900 NW 75th St. conducted on Saturday, Dec.
three sisters Ellen Parks, The children of the .17 at 12 p.m. at the Browns-
pastor and members of New- '3001 NW 46th STREET
Baptist NE 4-4197
man Methodist Church for their Jessie Mae Anderson and will present a Christmas program -

kindnesses,. flowers. cards Evelyn Bryant, a brother Lasie, following a short busi- E. JOHNSON, MANAGER, OX>19199 I
Hiram Abrams of 1940 NW
and telegrams. Mitchell. Funeral services will ness meeting. Refreshmentswill
be held Saturday at 3 p.m. in be served following the 4th Ct. died Dec. 9. Funeral ..

The Family the chapel. program. arrangements are incomplete.


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THE MIAMI :TIMES, Friday, December: 16,, 1966 13


Housing Code AskedPoor e'l'

citizens in black ghet- illegal for landlords It
to cut
stand idly by and watch
tos must suffer longer as a off utilities,
as long as the
their children sleep in damp,
result of further delay in preparation building Is occupied.

amend the of Minimum an ordinance Hous to J.Greater L. Chatmon Miami,Chapterof Presidentof we cold produce houses?law How abiding long can citizens NW IStli Ave

when children forced
Code, interested
ing citizens Southern Christian
to live in cold houses 691-5132
learned Monday atthemeeting ship Conference said that aft- where
they not take
can a
of Miami City Commis- er weeks of tireless work
bath? Children are
sioners.J. mong the poor, we receiveda
forced to home from
L. Chatmon: Presidentof promise from Mayor .
Greater Miami Chapter and Miami City Commissioners High-- school warm. and Some go have to bed to go to get to .. Whole w. F,,...,
Southern Christian Leader- that there
would bea
bed to and
get warm
ship Conference expressed public hewing! December lect their lessons."
disappointment that] the new 12th. to put more muscle In c
ordinance was not ready for the Miami Minimum Hous- Chatmon stated at the
public hearing. Mayor Robert ing Code, to relieve the suffering City Commissioners Meeting
King High interrupted of the poorly housed 'that members of Southern -
Chatmon to say he too was- In the ghettos. After hearingof Christian
surprised the ordinance was this promise, dlsp air Leadership here
Conference obtained over Get your, (idnest;weight
not ready. turned to jubilation The 2,500 signatures of voting
The promised new ordi- poor felt that, at last, city of- citizens who endorsed the
nance is more specific so it ficials were considering the proposed amendment to the r-i
can be enforced, and pro- problems of the poor instead Minimum HousingCode. He ti
vides for ample hot water of the vested interests of the reiterated the of the
((120 degrees fahrenheit), exploiting landlords. urgency
action, even if it involved a NECK
painting of interior as wellas Chatmen said, we anxiously special meeting of City Com- BONES4LbsS9co.
exterior walls, safe clean rushed to the.public mission.
operable kitchen equipmentand hearing, only to find another The City Commission
household furniture, postponement, another de- promised a special meeting, pork
and regular extermination lay. "How long do they think and promised there would be
services. It will also make it
fathers and mothers can no further delay.
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Powell was formerly business manager of the Boston g Bax
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ark, N. J.,serving the latter Oscar Mayer
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14 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, De .mbe'.16966 {,

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A. L. Shipp, pastor Perrine
Theo. R. Gibson, rector Rev. Milton Fayson, pastor Sis. Evelyn Souter, reporter Rev. W. C. Edcar, pastor
Antoinette Silva, reporterSt. Ella B. Long, reporterAt
Our pastor was in the Ba- Rev. W. McNeal of California -
Theresa's Guild held hamas attending the annual delivered a wonderful mes- Mt. Moriah, we were
held its annual Christmas conference there. Rev. Naomi sage during our morning ser- happy to have our pastor backon
party on Sunday in the Parish,, Fayson and Brother Willie vices last Sunday.We Sunday after enjoying a
Hall Lounge. The spirit of Young, assisted by the fine were blessed to hav restful vacation.The .
Christmas was 'really thereas officers, carried out the morn- one come back to our big TEA
the members exchanged, Ing services very beautifully family. We were happy to seea Women's Chorus invite'METROPOLITAN
gifts and sang Christmas together with the music of the number of visitors presenWe you to come ''and help cele- AME
Carols. Delicious
No. 2 Choir. TWO members brate their 12th anniversaryon Rev. J. J. Williams, pastor
ments were served and en- joined.. the' fourth Sunday at 3
blessed to have p.m. from the
joyed by all. Special guest were On returning annual -
included presidents of other Just as the devotions were one come back to our big fa- The message will be brought conference, our pastor'
guilds, vestrymen and the rec- over in the evening, to our mily. We were happy to see a to you by Rev. W. F. Tanner. was graciously welcomed

tor. delight, our pastor returned. number visitors present also. There will not be watch i, back by the members of Metropolitan
Ten vestrymen were elect- Rev. Douglas Cook of New You are invited to worshi p night service on Christmaseve .
ed to serve the members of the Bethel Baptist church preached with us again.We due to the service that t Conference night was heldon
church on Sunday at the annual a very fine sermon. This are asking all membersand will be held on Christmas day. Tuesday night at 7 and
I) congregational meeting. man will go far, thank God for friends to please be at Our prayers and sympathy' plans were made for the year
Congratulations to these men him. Prayer Meeting Tonight(Thursday -., to Sister Callie Parker who 1967.
whoi after careful consideration ) at 8. An added treat is will leave on Riday to bury Putting in each of us a
of the nominating commit- The pastor announced a in store for you. her sister,who passed on Sun- little Christmas spirit Rev.
V tee and members were elected well attended conference, but QSunday at 3 p.m. we day, Dec. 11. Williams' 11 a.m. sermon related -
i to serve one vear on the vestry was glad to be back home, will have Rev. Toles and please pray for and visit I to the celebrating of
: William S. Sturrup, senior as everyone was glad to have congregation of Brear Bapt. our sick. Christmas.On .
rZ warden; Alonza Culmer, Nel- him back home. Next Sunday, Church to worship with us. Sunday evening at 3,
; 4 son BethelCrispin Fife, Vernon after the morning service, The public is invited to attend.We Mrs. Lillie Sanders visitedthe the Spirit lal King Harmonies

--,.......... _, Philips, William J. Stir- Church Wide Members meeting.One ordination of her son, Jas- celebrated their 8th anniversary -
AM. COHEN TEMPLE (rup, David White, James Wan- member joined at the are asking your prayersfor per Jr. in Tampa, Fla. on at Metropolitan.The .
CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST za, Thomas Anderson, George evening service.We our pastor, sick shut-ins Sunday, Dec. 11. Metropolitan family -
bereaved families and thosein
PERSONALITY OF THE Walker. maintain, if you wantto Mrs. Annie Bowens was wishes each of you a very
WEEK The Episcopal Churchwomen work come to busy Mt. the armed services. Visi- visiting friends and relativesin "Merry Christmas and a Happy -
executive board will be Zion AME. tors always welcome. Miami from Cairo, Georgia.1 New Year."
The members of the A.M. guest of their president, Mrs.
Cohen Temple salute Sister Kate S. Dean on Sunday.. Dec.
Annie Mack a praying womanin 18 at her home.Congratulations.
Zion. Sister Mack is a to Miss
member of the Mothers' Irish Culmer, daughter of Mr. Bishop Jones' Followers Seek TEMPLE BAPTISTThe

Board, and a licensed Missionary and Mrs. Richard Culmer who City-wide Mission,
r of the Churches of will exchange vows with John
Mrs. Lula Moran, president,
God in Christ International H. Daniels, Jr. on sundaY Church of God in Christ Peace will hold its last meeting of
Join her on Monday and Dec. 18 at 4 p.m. the year Friday night 7:30:
Friday mornings at the Tempi e Get well wishes to George and Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at
for prayer. T. Cash. PHILADELPHIA, Pa. port Bishop Jones. Among tive committee which has no Temple.Mrs. .
Thousands members from them were Bishop R. E. constitutional legality within Ellen Sawyer, wife of

twenty states, scores of min- Ranger, Bishop of Texas, the church. Thursday morn- Rev. George Sawyer, died on
ST. JAMES AME CHRISTMAS MORNING isters and bishops convergedon Bishop McClellan of Buf- ing Bishop Ranger along Tuesday morning after a leng-
Philadelphia, last Tues- falo, and Bishop Mason of with Rev. 0. T. Jones, Jr., thy period of illness. Funeral
Rev. F. E. Sneed pastor SERVICE ATSWEETING day and Wednesday, and Chicago. Ministers came son of the Bishop, and Rev. arrangements are incomplete.
Marie A. Members of Choir No. 2
Childs reporter ESTATE held a dynamic and dearly from Michigan, Kansas, Illinois Sam P. Nesbitt, executivesec- ,
Charles Ambrose director
The officers and membersof Christmas morning service audible meeting in supportof Texas, Florida, Ohio, retary to the Bishop, flew to sumed services last Sundayand
St. James AME welcomedthe will be held on the Sweeting embattled Ozro T. Jones, New Jersey, New York, Memphis to confer with Bish- did a fine job. Congratulations. -
and Sneed
Rev. Mrs.
F. E. Estate, 2148 NW 4th St., at Sr., senior bishop of The Pennsylvania, Connecticut, op Jones' legal counsel in .
into the James AME church
St. 5:30 a.m. Music will be furnished Church of God in Christ. New HampshlreandMassa- that dty. Rev. Nesbittwho is The singing groups are
family Our Sunday first church morning conference, Dec. 4., by the Dillard High This meeting marked the chusetts. At one point during the son of the Bishop of being whipped into shape t o

held Dec. 6 was extended to School Chorus, under the direction first massive effort on the the exciting meeting, twenty- Florida and who holds degrees render service during the
Tuesday night, Dec. 13 to of Mrs. Rhoda Sneed,' part of followers of Bishop nine ministers from the state in theology and law, Christmas season, and the
complete plans for the pro- and Mr. Boagard, guest soloist. Jones to "restore peace and of New York held a special held a press conference Wed- young people are preparing t o
posed budget. The pastor is The Christmas message will constitutional government to meeting to, show their sup- nesday afternoon at which present an impressivecantata.All .
making plans to begin a Bible be delivered by Rev. Ivory the church" after Bishop port for Bishop Jones. time he compared the alleged are requestedtocooperate.
Class. Anyone desiring to attend Mizell, scripture by Rev. of
Jones was supposedly oust- On Tuesday evening, ousting Bishop Jones to
may do so by registeringhis Frank McCaskill, and prayer ed by the church's executive 1800 people crowded into the two women and one In-
name with the church secretary by Rev. Henry Wright.Dr. at 60th & Cal- fant before the throne of Sol-
Sweeting will prefer a committee at the 59th An- Holy Temple
Mrs. Sadie Dean.
The December-ites cordially blessing upon all present and nual Convocation In Mem- lowhill Sts., spillingoutonto omon. ANTIOCHRev.
invite you to attend their have a special blessed gift for phis, November 8-18. the street and Sunday School A second highlight of the P. W. Wiggins, MinisterThe
affair Saturday night Dec. all who attend. Some of the most out- room downstairs. Bishop meeting was the announcement Antiochians extend a
17 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Breakfast will be servedto standing men in the church Ranger;'who chaired thecon- by Rev. 0. T. Jones, cordial invitation to you to

Leroy Brown, 7000 NW 13th all. The public is invited. came.to Philadelphia to sup- ference and a staunch sup- Jr., president of the Youth come out and be inspired by
Ave. The annual Christmas motorcade porter of Bishop Jones, electrified Congress of the church, that the singing of Christmas
Come join forces with us will start at 9 a.m. the crowd and visit- the next meeting would be songs on Sunday. Our spirits
at St. James AME. "The Dr. Sweeting as usual will\ GOODWILL ing dignitaries by showingthat held in Philadelphia in May, will be lifted by the Junior
church where give away 3,000bags of candy Choir at the morning service.
friendly you BAPTIST Bishop Jones was sup- regardless of the position
are always welcome. this year to all the children.!MISSIONARY The inspirational voices of
posedly ousted by the execuFELLOWSHIP taken by the opposition.
He plans to visit inmates at CHURCH the Male Chorus, Choirs One
the city and county jails. and Two will sing out the
NEW HOPERev. Anyone who would like to GLENDALE glad tidings at the evening

participate in the motorcade, "t, ,,. ., ..." '. service.
Sims "
W. E. pastor (preferable convertibles) may ",'f.J. :,, .; By R. J. McGhaney RICHMOND HEIGHTS Our Sunday School family
Mary L. Mayfield, reporter call LU 3-7258. ,'.-.... .;- Rev. B. L. Turner, pastor will present the Christmas
Among our visitors on last "Confess your faults one RuthaM. Harrington,reporter story on the fourth Sunday
r.., Sunday morning were Mis s to another, and pray one for On Sunday evening, Dec. nightDecember 25th at 6 p.m.
Barbara Jones, and Mrs. Mary another, that ye may be healed. 18, Glendale's family and A warm welcome awaits
Jessie. Both ladies were the GRACE UNITEDPRESBYTERIAN :t 1 y The effectual fervent prayerof our Community Bible Mission you at all times. May this
houseguests of yours truly, a "righteous man availeth will worship with the Rev.T. joy be yours and ours, because -
Mrs.Mary L. Mayfield. much. James 5:16.: R. Harfrson and membersat the joy of the Lord is
Please remember to pray 6895 NW 14th Avenue Prayer is the key that will Goodwill Missionary Bap- our strength today and for-
for our sick and shut-in mem- Rev. W, F. Savoy, pastor open the door to every good tist Church which is locatedat ever.
bers.As thing in our I lives. But whenwe 6601 NW 24th Ct.
we are nearing the end Congratulations to Mr. and pray let us pray with all
of another year, let us pledgeto Mrs. Harold Higgs, the Adult our mind, heart and soul. Pastor Turner will begin MINISTERIAL
further dedicate ourselvesto and Youth Choirs, the Blos- When we pray in this manner, the Lord's Day with the
the service of our Lord and soms of Liberty and the mem- all we have to do is to be pa- baptism at 7:30: a.m. His sub- ALLIANCE MEETOn

Savior Jesus Christ, because bers and friends of Grace for 'tient and wait in the stillnessof ject in our morning worship' Tuesday, Dec. 20, at
when the outstanding Christmas ourselves for the answer. services will be "Philoso
we stop to think, we j hy 11 a.m. the Interdenominational -
have so much to be thankfulfor Cantata of last Sunday even- _____ I know that the answer will and the Babe," taken from Ministerial Alliance will
even though everything ing. The program was enjoyedby surely come. Just try it for Matt. 2:1-10. meet at the Parkway children's -
might not have been just whatwe all! REV. T. R. HARRISON yourselves, and you won't Center, 2929 NW 17th
thought it should be. This Sunday, after the Humble MinisterFor have to take my word, yom Pastor Turner would liketo St. Rev. E. T. Graham is the
May we invite you to attend morning service, we will havean will know. So until a later express his thanks to the president.Mr. .
services with us on next Sun- up-to-date financial report, Free Transportation date, if God's will, thanks W.M.U. and all of our many James Furdon, acting
day? We are always happy to and the election of officers- Call 754-4024 and my prayers for all of you. visitors who helped us makeour welfare director and other

...., have visitors worship with us. which was postponed from prayer week a success. county officials will extend
last week. Dec.23 Remember Christians carry greetings.
Let contact their Bibles to church and
us keep in with All clergymen are urged to>
MASONIC FAMILYTO our members, and end the year SALTERS CHAPELRev. through it God speaks to you. attend this very important i
in one hundred per cent fel This will be the
lowship.And pasta final meeting for 1966.
., JOHN'S DAY to our visiting friends: Betty Morant, reporterOn

Remember, you are always R. L. Woodfork, pastor Friday evening, Dec. MT. SINAI
Working under the protec- welcome at Grace! Vernald Edgecomb presidentMrs. 16 first
the quarterly con-
Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastor
tion of the Worshipful M. James, reporter ference will be held.The pastor Patricia Murphy
Union Grand Lodge F.&A.M., FIRST BAPTIST OF is asking all boards and
P.H.A. Masons of the State of The Bethany Seventh Day clubs for a written report The morning message was Rev. T. C. Kelley Jr., pastor
Florida, Illustrious Rudolph BROWNSVILLERev. Adventist Church choir pre- Rev. H. J. Benson, presiding delivered to us by Rev. Wash- Mary Rawls, reporter
Bradley, Most Worshipful W. M. Davis, pastor sents its annual pre-Christrnas elder of the West Miami fj8. ington on last Sunday.
Grand Master. Mrs. Donella Turner, reporter musical. This year beautiful trict will preside. On Dec. IV, Don't forgetthe Christmas The Willing Workers Club
4 All subordinate Lodgesand contata arranged by John W. the first council meeting will candlelight services to be held held their annual Christmas
Ladies auxiliaries are Sunday, Dec. 18, there will Petersonfeatunng solosduets,o be held at St. James AME, on Dec. 25 at 6:30 promptly. Dinner at the home of Mrs.
invited to celebrate St.John's be a special Christmas program and full voice choir,under the Pahokee, at 8 p.m.All officers iy. Florence Wiggins last Sunday
Day together at the Masonic in honor of the pastor direction of Mr. L. L. Farrington. -, are asked to attend. Come out and attend our afternoon, which was highly
Tempi, 1742 NW 3rd Ave., and his family. This promises to be one Mrs. Reba Lewis is spend- Baptist Training Union directed enjoyed by all who was pre
Sunday, Dec. 18, at 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 17th, the of the choir's best perfor- ing her holiday vacation in by Mrs. A. L. Blackshear.If sent.The
We will gather at the Ma- Layman Union of the First mances ever.Sunday, Dec. 18, the Carolinas. you come once, I am sure J. B. Epperson Club
sonic Hall, 941 NW 3rd Ave., Baptist Church, will christenits at 4 p.m. Salters Chapel extend sym- you would want to come again will hold its regular meeting
at' 1:30 p.m. where the line of new barbecue pit by selling Plan now to attend.For information pathy to the Morant family in We begin promptly at 5:30. at the church, Sunday, Dec.
march will form.Illustrious .. barbecue sandwiches.: 'as, to how you can the passing of, their daughter, May we continue to pray 17.
L. G. Bode, Won't you stop by and take sponsor this,group during the and sister, Rose. for our sick and shut-ins. Let Remember our sick and
district'deputy and Illustrious part in this christening 'with Christmas season, you 'may Pray for'the sick and shut- us also keep in mind the true shut-ins and wish for their

Alexander Lucas, Jr.reporfer. the Laymen. call, Mrs.E.TynesNA_._ --. ins. a-' spirit of Christmas. recovery.

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, December 16., 1966 15

I Minister Warns Christians To Needed To Satisfy- All Needs -- .

Up Or Get Out On Racial the problems of family break- "Many expressed appreciation -
down, provide employment for for the interesting manner
everyone and cure diseases in which the motion picture 1to

A Protestant ministerfrom over this land with a great get out There have not been fully rewarded revealed the true life story of

Grenada, Miss., warned social issue. Hardly acltyor choice. If you under the present system. the Bible," he said.
fellow Christians today to hamlet can teaching of These and all of mankind's Mitchell said the entire
escape some racial
"stand up or get out" on pain. I think the Issue you are already other needs" will be fully sa program was deal gnedlto help
issue in America.' Rev. Burt youth and parents work together -
the race must be resolved
those who could According to Thompson, to solve family problems
In a signed article appearing timately in ourhearts," Rev. the the new Christian system of in the Bible's
as way. Many
in the current Issue of Burt wrote in his article. the me.'C'I things, a new government with; youths used in major parts on
Look magazine* The Rev. "We can no longer be regarding"On Christ Jesus as Its kind, allows the program displayed outstanding -
C. B. Burt,pastor of the First comfortable in the face of Christmas for no racial discrimination Bible knowledge.

Methodist Church in Gre- the tremendous evil in the "everybody and all within it are I loved. "Following a searching

nada, said that far too many world," added Rev. Burt. Jesus. It's no The former school principal baptismal discourse, seven
white Christians'refuse to "Christians are going to love the baby encouraged all to let new ministers were ordainedby

practice what they' believe. have to make choice: standup the baby grew God's Word, the Bible, shape being totally immersedin
"We are confronted all for what don't want to go their lives. "Live for the 'co- in water," Davis said.
you profess or the rest of the ming system of things',." he

Upper Room, or said.

Interracial Mothers'AssociationPlan vary.ane, or a Bennie Crump, presiding TELL OUR

minister of the
II "Yet Jesus Miami North- ADVERTISERSYOU
west Congregation, reportedthat
it: 'If "
any man
Christmas more than 400 visitorssaw SAW IT IN THE '
Party after me, let him the motion picture "God

self; and take up Cannot Lie" along with some TIMES
daily, and follow 900
The Interracial Mothers'Association ian Lerner, president, and ,

in its executive Mrs. Marion Muldrow, vice

board, met at the home of president

Dr. Irene G. Pratt, Saturday Ernestine Halt, whose two

morning at 10:45 to complete years were financed at Dade
plans to sponsor a County Junior College by S DEL

Christmas Party for 27 de- the Interracial Mothers'-

pendent boys who are being sociation, has finished and is CITYLltidY'

taught art and craft by Mr. now at the University of Miami f NECTARS

William Turner at Earling- Mp
ton Height School.In The young man who was PET MILK PLACN EtAR er Oj LARGjaT jj j1"?s+"

the same meeting the selected from NorthwesternHigh ', R" hA AVf NUa AI saa.T
...,., .
board voted to give $250to School, Clifford Ma- 145ri OZ. ti SSriLANsOZ.s ., '

buy a complete outfit of jor, was called to the Armed ''.!+ CANS rI..D i2 /u{trracrwa r wu{Ar. oac. IT.N
clothing for each boy. Their Servires. Because of that a / v? y

ages are from 9-14 years. second selection was made, MIS.- NABISCO SAVE 8 1
The party will be at the and she will enter the second EELSECKI ow ru.cNA.t o/
school on Dee. 22, at which semester.All CRAC j1EAL Or i Pillsbury's BEST

time refreshments will be general meetings of the ORlEN OIANT --

served and the clothing pre- association are held at the IAN nAS attt 3 .ID:[.{ s, D,Moc0. n. w N...
sented. Washington Federal Bank, NANT

In previous meetings, Oct. Miami Beach, the third Fri- Lca.1niIPV1clh ,,oz U 1 TISSUE 2CAN.
ei AL
7, two delegates were sal ected day of each month at 1:30

to attend the NAACP con- p.m. All who are Interestedin

vention in Jacksonville Oct. this great work are invited WOIr1I .

13-16. They were Mrs. Mar. to attend. COIN / AUORTED ,
Ir o1. ONLY MeoaN
OOLDlNatAN cAM 1 u1cAM
wltb s1Af \
Rev. Curry, pastor Paul Freeman, pastor !OWOM fcgSSS rRUIT"lITITOLLIlIl oNLV 49 tA.

Catherine Willis, reporterOur Sis. E. Jackson, reporter "" i GIANT BOX BAC3 >

Junior Church and Sun- Baptism service Sunday
day School are in the midst of morning at 7:30.

their annual Christmas prac- Don't forget Prayer Meet- W4IUR 'M row i Lf/ 6
ing Tuesday night. 09
tioe.The IwowiwTrffiWSa
Rev. L. J. Lee was Everyone is asked to pOWNY ,,,rT.
I VllONtlfSS
the acting pastor while Rev. please pray for the sick and SONUS COMET Ic{+. > ,.ADETERGnENT .oi.
Curry was away this weekend.As shut-ins. .TL.
the month fades away Visitors are always wel- w3

and the New Year draws near, come.
let us remember that our churchare

in our hearts not in man,
and thank God for being alive DRAKE MEMORIAL / ON INDTO f111aNINDNLw
and able to worship with one /Y-H iV
5800 NW 2nd Avenue
another. 'o
Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastor TAT \ K H AWK
All members and friends of 1 ouAL/7Y w, cA U.f.D.A. CHOICE
GREATER HEWMACEDONIA Drake Memorial are invited to \ Ar-{tRYIOt 1 T/,1 ROLLED '

attend the annual winter con- \ ,,.YALU[ [,p/o \ cROSa .,. CHUCK ROAST sl .
cert on Sunday night at 7:30. 1 CITRICIN, DRINK Y OVEN awTCR cur is.
"The Harps of David" a nationally GifT
3165 NW 56th street 1 ROAST CHUCK STEAK '
Rev. Roscoe Jackson known singing group, t WRAP .49 r't
Willie J. Beard, reporter our representing country will four thrill states your of VAWL HAIR TOL,C! it IIOLL...PAI'III47c POCI.pOlL. ''t.tvITALIS 7Q < SHOULDER ROAST t!. 59

ACTIVITIES: soul with their songs of zion. TONIC y
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dam Guest artists of our city will L Is ,OIC\
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have dinner sale at the
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I 'C6{ /f E'Mi MrTf'MES,rF ;rda::iJ+w ''Ib.i t. h66 ,

The Key Our Boys in the LET'S TALK POLITICS

w..' To ,Modeling Armed Forces By NORMAN E. JONES

The revised Constitution of Florida should contain a
Awmatigiude to developing provision which freezes any action on the part of defeated
,incumbent officers on every level the day following election -
poise charm and when the voters expressed their disapproval of their

,tedmigua ofpro/iawd madding administration.Lame
duck officials should not be prevented from mak-
ing any appointments beyond their term of office or con-
Q. I have been considering a course in charm and duct any business which will affect the state beyond their
modeling, not to become a model, but for self-Improvement terms of office.
& this advisable? The' ramming through of the Skyway Bond issue at
A. A charm and modeling course taught by a reputable 11 premium interest rates by lame duck Governor BurnsIs
school or knowledgeable teacher is designed to give you ,a wanton example of disregard for the best interestsof
self-confidence, to teach you proper makeup, how to dress the citizens of Florida is the type of abuse executed by
more becomingly on a budget, how to walk more graor- lame duck officials after the citizens of the state have voted
fully, how not to be a conversation drop-out, how to select ,them out of office.
the most becoming hairstyle for you. Self confidence could This Skyway Bond Issue is pure political payoff of a
mean a better job for you, more friends for you, and amore defeated lame duck administration, which the people of the
ta charrningyou. state repudiated at the polls, and now future generationsare
saddled with additional debt which was unnecessary.
Q. What are some tips from Key Models for developIng 1 1 Given a longer period of time the savings would have
a lovely complexion. SAN ANTONIO Airman SAN ANTONIO Airman i been considerable on the bond issue, if indeed if it was
A. First, select the best method of cleansing in- Robert A. Taylor, son of "'. Freddie Richardson, son of at all, if lame duck Governor Burns had not tried to
dividual skin. Here you must select from cleansers your, and Mrs. 01 ads ton L. Taylorof Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Rich- make the last few days of political power to pay of personal -
soap. Always be sure to remove all makeup creamsor before 14900 Monroe St., Richmond ardson of 10750 SW 220th St., political debts with the people's money after he was
Heights, has been assigned Goulds, has been assigned to, defeated for reelection.
retiring and clean the face upon arising. You should be
sure you arefollowlngthedietbestforyou. If to Robbins AFB, Oa., McChord AFB, Wash., after Lame duck officials, since they have nothing more to
involves blemishes, this problem may be your caused problem by an after completing Air Force completing Air Force basic lose, having been repudiated by the people have no fur-
unbalanced diet too sweets, fats foods basic; training. training. ther obligations to,the voter since they have nothing moreto
many spicy
or The airman,a 1966 graduateof The airman, a 1965 graduate -, the limit
maybe an allergy. Your doctor lose, it is a human tendency to go to salvage
can help you select a well-
balanced diet. Mays Junior-Senior High. of Mays Junior-Senior something for themselves in the lame duck days of their
Always protect your face from the wind, School, will be trained on the!'High School will be trainedon
cold, sun, heat and dirt in the air by using dying administration.Lame .
an agreeable
air with the the air
job as an police job as an policeman -
foundation base or lotion on face. duck Governor Burns has plenty of precedents for
your Strategic Air Command. with the Air Defense
Q. When purchasing hats, sometimes I am not showna mand. his action. Governor Burns in his lame duck days, ap-
large number ,of hats for proper fitting so I can make r--::;"" --- pointed a board of regents serving from one to nine years,
my selection. Why? Burns when he took office had the appointments cancelledby
A. Oily heads tend to reduce the sale value of hats, H :Airman Ronald Johnson, the State Supreme Court.
especially if the hats are expensive. An Epic chemical son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Former Governor Bryant in the dying days of his ad-
\1 Johnson of 915 NW 60th St.,
relaxer applied to your hair by a knowledgeable hair- .. entered the U. S. Air Force ministration pushed through another road bond issue
y dresser will leave the hair soft, with body, and yet not on Thursday, Dec. 15. lie known as "Bryant's Folly" and"Alligator Alley". A road
oily. You may find this to be the answer to your problem.Q. will go to Texas for his basic through the Everglades which the people wanted no partof
training and then will!I be assigned only recently contractors are trying to get the state to
in the mechanicalfield. put even more millions Into this "political payoff ven-
Is it true professional models can alter their facial + ture."
.The field that he selected -
appearances through makeup? before his enlistment. Former Governor Collins appointed a large number of
A. They do not alter, but create the proper Illusion F Airman Johnson was a graduate judges In the last few days of his last term in office, muchto
through correct knowledge of the application of makeup.For from Miami Northwestern'' the disgust of the then incoming Governor Bryant.
example: a broad nose may be made to appear High School in June '66. Lame duck officials are the equivalent of letting a bank
narrower by blending down the center of the nose a foundation teller continue to handle money, after his bond expired. No
that is lighter before applying makeup. A broad .
bank would permit such a practice, and no public official
face can be made to appear narrower by applying a darker should be permitted to handle the people's money or make
foundation at the outer edges of the cheeks. Be sure to appointments after the election of his successor.
blend the foundations well to prevent any noticeable lines
of demarcation. Practice makes perfect.Q. .
How do Key Models apply lipstick properly? SAN ANTONIO Airman
A. Key Models use a lip brush made of the finest Leslie L. Lewis, son of Mrs., AUTO INSURANCE
sable for smooth, full outline of the lips. Apply foundation Hellon B. Lewis of 1964 1 NW
and powder to lips first to get a longer lasting outlined 59th St., has been assigned Check our DeW, lower rates and easy financing
the lips. Load the brush with plenty lipstick and keep to Selfridge AFB, Mich., after IMMEDIATE SRitt FILING
it loaded during application. To steady the hand, place completing Air Force basic Bring this'ad to our office and receive a free gift
the elbow on a firm surface with the little finger of the training.
brush hand resting on your chin, lips slightly apart. Usingthe The airman, a 1966 graduate D. Goodman and'Son, Inc.
tip of the brush, outline one side of the top lip, starting of Northwestern High "Insurance, Real Estate, Mortgage"
either from the corner to the center, or from the center to" School, will be trained on the Business member AH People Democratic Club
corner of the mouth. Outline other half of top lip. Usingthe job as a fire protection specialist ? 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380
flat of brush, outline lower lip, one half at a time. with the Air Defense
Fill in completely the outline with flat of brush or with Command.
lipstick itself. Lips may be blotted with tissue, being carefulnot
to ruin outline. Practice here is necessary for perfec-
tion. Through experience, the proper shades or blend of Sgt.Johnny WaldenRA9247is
shades suitable for you can be discovered. home on Christmas leave. Call
He is stationed at Fort Polk,
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First Sargeant Sidney W. ,
Robinson, son of Mrs. Marie
YOUR ,HOME, FINANCIAL BLESSING. Dorsett and the late Sidney Scott Stereoor
Robinson, sr., has returned to
HEALING AND SPIRITUAL POWER.DON'T 'Miami to spend Christmaswith

mother, sister and bro Orchestra

FAIL TO SEE thers.First
Sargeant Robinson 6 \\II Instruments
recently retired from the U. S. RHE-1 Henry J. Walden,
Army after more than 20 yearsof V553578341, is home on Christmas -
REV. L.T. HATTEN active military duty. First leave. He is stationed at

.., Sergeant Robinson served Fort Denning, Oaf
through World War II and the
Korean conflict. He rose in
rank from private to Bn _Sgt.
7172 NW 19th Ave. He was awarded the following SAVE UP TO 4Q/
decorations during his
career: Bronze Star (for valor) ON
Phone 6962379From Purple Heart, Good Conduct Auto Insurance :.. 1-
Medal with silver clasp, Asi-
atic-Pacific Campaign ,Medal, Liability Physical'
Dec. 16 until Jan. 3. This is it. I have with two bronze stars, World' Damage .

three blessings from God that will bless War II Victory Medal, Army of1 SR 22 FilingNo

forXmas. God is three Occupation Medal (Japan), One Refused
you giving me special National Defense service

'\ blessings for you that stand in need. I If you Medal, Korean Service Medal GOOD DRIVERSNo
tt blessed with three bronze stars, Unit- Finance Chargeas
would like to be big--pay ,off your
ed Nations Service Medal, little as
bills, start a bank account, go I into business, Distinguished Unit Emblem

don't fail to talk to Rev. Hatten. You can and the Combat Infantryman 15% DOWN

be refreshed restored renewed. badge.First Robinson isa AT SHELL'S CITY
spiritually Sargeant VICTOR
,1 graduate of Booker T. Wash- (South DoomPLAZA ) PIANOS & ORGANSCorner

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REV. HATTEN 1942.Mr.. Robinson is presently O'ENC'tPhone Or 2010 Biscoyne Blvd. Miami FR 7.0401

7172- NW 19th Avenue residing in Mt. Holly, N. J. : 754-4951 In Brow $d Coll JA 2-5131 or visit

Miami, Fla. Corner NW_ 72nd Avenue Jersey and is employed State Department.by the New 5941 NW 7th- Avenue 1103 East Las alas Blvd. Ft. Loud.rdal. JA 53716T


THE MIAMI TIMES Friday .Dtctmbtr 16
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After last Sunday's game, the Dolphins showedthe
fans they have a great football team. They lost 19-
18, a game they "had won" until the last two minutes.
Dick Wood also showed his ability of running a squad.
Dick played through the entire game against a hard- /1Ar
fighting Kansas City Chiefs team. This was the best L
game played by the whole squad this season. We could .

see they wanted to win this, game in the worst way. AsI
have been writing all along, they are a new team, andit
takes time to get organized.They started a little late, !
but look for great improvement in 1967 ,
Now for, this, week's game. The Dolphins play the .
Houston Oilers, one of the two teams they defeated,
therefore: I look for the Oilers to try and even it up.
This is the last game of the season I look for the lar-

gest crowd of the year to attend this game. The Oilers'
history is broken in two periods--struggle and success. ta1
The only difference with the Oilers is that in their case,
struggle followed success. This is what is happening
to the Dolphins., That's why Coach George Wilson's
staff and the entire squad are to be congratulated for
all their great efforts. -r ri


Miami Dolphins were honored for outstanding
performance at the First Official Awards Luncheon Mon

day in the Hotel Fontainebleau. MIAMI-DADE JUNIOR COLLEGE NORTH'S 1966-'67 Ken Akins, Harry Reed, Ron Warnockassistant/ coach),
The six, along with several hundred other guests, BASKETBALL FALCONS Kim toadly (assistant Bill Alheim (head coach), second row; Bernie Stauden-
were hosted by Renuzit Home Products Company of manager), John Napier, Jerry Lotito Lou, Hough, Tim maier, Charles Braddock, Willie Williams, Everette I
Philadelphia, in the climax of the Dolphins first sea- Ritmiller, Terry Kimmel, Tom Sieffert (Managerfn) first Burrows, Larry Byrnes, and Oliver Stallings, back :row
son of play in the American Football League. Selectionof row; Ron Lawman (trainer), Dennis Bland, John Quealy,
.the, outstanding members was made by the South
Florida sportswriters and sportscasters in a special MIAMI JACKSON
The "Most Courageous"' award was presented to MIXED CHORUS TO

Coach George Wilson. Wilson was honored in recognition PRESENT THE
of the courage required by a coach to field a new, rLL'
untried team against the most experienced squads in MESSIAHThe +

the highly-competitive American Football League. Senior Mixed Chorusof _4 \ t I Ir _
Halfback Joe Auer was selected by the sports Miami Jackson Senior High 1
press for two honors at the luncheon. He received the School is presentingits Christmas -

"Most Valuable Player" trophy, and the "Best Offen- 20 at Concert 8 p.m., in Tuesday the school'sauditorium. Dec.
sive Back." A graduate of Georgia Tech., he was Special music for
the team's leading rusher as well as scoring the most: this concert will be the Christ
touchdowns during the season. mas section of G. F. Handel's
"Best Offensive Lineman' was Center Tom Goode Messiah.
who has been described as a very versatile lineman at Soloist for the evening'include -
: Don Jennings, George
either center or guard as well as a tremendous blocker. Jones, Steve Jenkins, Mattie
Defensive end Ed Cooke, a graduate of the Univer- Bostic, Carhss Tharpe, Ray-
sity of Maryland, was winner of the "Best Defensive mond Thomas, Lynn Rcnaud,
Lineman." Cooke had his finest year in professional Linda Lawhorn, Renee Wil-
football this season, he's a leading tackle and has cox, Khristine Sutton, Sonya
been named MVP in several of the Dolphins' games. Bethel and Cheryl Hopkins.
Mr. Arthur L. Rvans choral
The "Best Defensive Back" title went toWillie' director of the MiamNorth-
West, from Oregon, who led the team in pass intercep- western High School will be
tions--as well as being a leader in the League defen- guest organist. Mr. RoscoeD.

sively. Speed is choral directorof .. ...
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0. Handel's Messiah.
Tennessee's All-American for three years linebacker F.
Frank Emanuel, was honored as "Rookie-of-the-year MOST VALUABLE PLAYER FOR FAMU Harold Hamilton (center,) regional
representative of the Coca-Cola Company of Atlanta, Ga., presents the most valuable
CONGRATULATIONS DOLPHIN DOLLS I[ I player award for Florida A&M University to Rattler halfback Hubert Ginn.

The Dolphin Dolls, junior and senior high school ( et"DOUBLE Wendell Price, representative of the Coca-Cola Company of Miami, presents the
kids, donated their time and effort, all the fees they most valuable player award for Alabama to Onree Jackson, Alabama A&M to Onree
received to the Variety Children's Hospital. These SLICK BLACK I Jackson, Alabama A&M quarterback. The awards were presented in post game activities *
girls who entertained before the game and at the half, ACTION at the 34th annual Orange Blossom Classic. Also taking in the presentation Is \If
should receive more credit and consideration. After alt, t -; /COLORSGMYHAJRBIACK2DRESSESHA1RIHPIACE Mr. J. R. E. Lee (extreme left) vice president of FAMU and founder of the Orange

this gesture of theirs is for a great cause. Keep the Blossom Classic.

good work up girls, we all admire you.
\; :Wi,..,.I'I:.'Jlllrtr1 i]

Morgan State Defeats

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Roland Savage end Gerald Boyd to take the when he intercepted a des-
ran for one touchdown and defensive ball to the West Chester 13. peration pass thrown by
end Jeffrey Queen Savage carried six times on Gregg Mimes on the West
scored on an intercepted pass the drive for 24 yards. Cheater 11 and went in un- I
to lead Morgan State in a 14- Queen put the game out of touched. Johnson added the
6 victory over West Chester reach with only 3:33 left extra point.
here Saturday to win the an-
,191" .. nual Tangerine Bowl football I
: TU ;1-- game. Tennessee State Defeats
The victory before 7,138 I
-k cMCN Loo/a fb8I ISbfI fans and 'a regional television '
,....,'PIMiO NIG n9"M In Rice Bowl
--- Z LF'\CU r. IIY '" audience gave Morgan Muskinavm
ft Ii A I'UTUIlI rtIO Sr/Vt State, located near Baltimore,
/ the NCAA Atlantic Coast Region Tennessee State University, The Tigers extended their
college title and was behind brilliant passingof winning streak to 23 games
4N AU1e1 D their 18th straight victory. quarterback Eldrldge Dickey, and ende d a 17-game string for
Morgan State, with its beat Muskingum, 34-7 to win the Muskies in winning the I
bCT10N MG Nl6lQN attack the third annual Qrantland
A K strong ground played NCAA Mid-East small college
ball control throughout the Rice Bowl football. game Sa- football championship.
,p ,. pR game. turday.
( S Y MAiw"d '
Npi Savage scored his touch-
TM uN IALI'AMMaRt4l down with 4:311eft in the first
..7'u of 9ca1MMM a HONORS I half on a one-yard plunge Subscribe ,
to the
over right guard. The run
climaxed an 80-yard drive
that took 17 plays. Quarter-
back Daryl Johnson kickedl Miami Times
his first of two extra points..
Morgan State stayed on
the ground on all but one
play, but that was a big 21- $5 a yearSmearing
yard pass from Johnson to

18THE MIAMI TIME, .Fddaypeclnber,16.1966! .


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2 dream bedrooms CBS construction, sit

\ : around 'the fireplace on these cold evenings.

Ii i "ARE MEN ALLOWED NURSING?"This aues-- Negro high school girls In nursing as a career and was Call Little Mikeat
': tion "broke up" an audience of five hundred students highlighted by a Nurses Fashion Show. Girls in the
| at Girls/ / High School Boston, Moss at a lively nurse foreground are student nurses who modelled various
recruitment seminar sponsored by Boston University's/ nursing school uniforms on the auditorium stage. The 371-3592 Now
I\I ODWIN/ (Open Doors Wider in Nursing) program, and Ex- Boston seminar was the first major recruitment effort
Lax, Inc. To help reduce the nationwide shortage of held during school hours.(Answer to the question about
'II v 125,000 nurses, the program was aimed at interesting men in nursing': Vest Only 1% of nurses are men).


PRE-CHRISTMAS TEA p.m. A fashion show will be
presented by the Future Designers SACRIFICE-DUPLEX
The Young Matrons Club
of Miami. 'Trophieswill
I of New Mt. Zion Baptist .be given for the beat de XMAS 1370-76 NW 46th St.
Church cordially Invite you sign. Door prizes will be 234 liscayM ilvd.
to attend their first annual Across from school &
Pre-Christmas Tea, Sunday, 3 bedroomcorner$500 bus atop.. Total price
Dec. 18, at the Seminola Park Mrs. Mary Harris, president down. Move in. See: RealtorFOR
Recreation Center from 4 to 6 $10,300. $1,500 down..
4212 NW II PLACE 1 mortgage. Call own-


i Owner stuck, must sell 513,000-5100 DOWN 758-8749 Or 271-5733 '
CBS duPI.x.2'b.droomseach -i'
I 1 side. Near NW 12th
If have r
you money, and 80th St. Live almost r .
make offer. See: rent fr... Seller pays LOOK!, ONCE IN A LIFE TIME BUY

339 NW 39 STREETWas closing cost. Duplex Furnished$8,500Live THE BUDGET MINDED
$100 DOWN $65 MO.
Freshly decorated CBS near everything. Fla.
FHA, appraisedat CBS, 2 bedroom, large rent free, custom-built, Dade County room, awnings, awning windows, large yard.
$10,500. I'm readyto kitchen, tile roof, car. Pine, large fenced yard, fruit trees, air con- Price only $10,000 FHA with $300 down, $62.22 '
lose thousands. port, fenced yard, near dition. This home is in excellent condition. month. Owner pays closing costs. Vacant.
Northsidt Shopping Cen

Best home buyof the AI Tirella, Realtor 754-5426 Bunch. Park Bargain, CBS, freshly painted inside
year! A good home or REALTOR and out, awning windows, large neat yard,
investment. See! Call 10124 NW 7th Avenue 10124 NW 7th Ave. 1 block from 27th Ave. and shopping. Price
now.Owner:150-8149. 754-5426 only $8,500 with $300 down and $52.60 month.
i House like new. Vacant, we have key.

I ;)'; ;';iest-lays_: m; Towr' :! HERE'S SPACE TO LIVE!

ai'' Ford Real Estate ,.;: ; ; Beautiful 3 bedroom CBS, corner, tile roof, separate
Specials garage, wall to wall carpeting, fenced,
awnings, Fla room, large kitchen, modern appliances
NO CLOSING COSTS ON THE FOLLOWING kiddie's pool. This is a large house with
((1)) 2025 NW 91st St. Duplex. $350 down.
3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, CBS BEAUTY. Flo room, all large rooms-on 2 lots. Price $16,000, $600
((2)) 9230) NW 16th Ave. Furnished CBS dining room, double carport, central air and heat, down, $98 month. Seller pays all costsl I Vacant.

house, Fla room, $1,000 down. Appliances, Swimming pool, Bar-B-Q. Fenced. CORNER 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, CBS
$800 down, $18,000 FHA.
((3)) 239 NW 40th St. 3 bedroom house, $295 Tile roof, awning windows, fenced yard, patio,
d cwn. 2 BEDROOM CBS BEAUTY. Fla room, porch, awnings. Near buses, schools, shopping. FHA
garage, 2 air conds., appliances, w/w carpeting, price is $15,500 with $500 down and $100 mo.
((4)) 235 NW 48th St. $200 down. $76 mo. fenced. $450 down, $14,200 FHA. This is a luxury home In a fine neighborhood.

((5)) 2192 NW 92nd St. Duplex. Live rent free. $250 DOWN. $63 MO. 3 bedroom, CBS beauty like BEAUTIFUL HOME AND INCOME AT. FHA
new. Appliances. Only $10,000 FHA.
Front house has 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, jalousie
((6)) 1821 NW 53rd Terr. $600 down $30 wk.
$300 DOWN. 2 BEDROOM CBS. Screened porch, windows, built-in kitchen, like new appliances
utility FHA. rear house is same with one bathroom.
room carport, $12,500
,, ((7)) 1534 NW 44th St. $100 down. $22 wk. Fenced wall to wall carpeting, air conditioners

((8)) 1301 NW 60th St. $100 down. $18 wk. CBS DUPLEX BEAUTY. 1 bedroom each side FHA price $16,500, $600 down and $99 mont .
dining roomappliances.$45, $13,500 FHA.
((9)) 3034 NW 56th St. $100 down. $20 wk. OWNER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
NO QUALI FYING. 3 bedroom, CBS enclosed Luxurious corner CBS, flat tile roof, Fla room,
HJf'!'}'w,I'!>' -;"''''FOR: RENT:: { ,. ;f '' ',,.' ..Mi porch, dining room, appliances, fenced. $1,000 garage, awnings, large fenced yard, gas heat. A
1301 f'NW 60th St.:-' 2 0L$20; "swk! down, $11,500 total. better home at $13,000 FHA with $400 down and

3040,NW'56th St.;:- $20 -wk.t. 'Z }1 NO QUALI FYING. Furnished CBS duplex Uouty. $80 month and seller pays all costs.

3020,NW,52nd:.$-Duplex: ,,$2 S;wlu"$l 1 bedroom each side.$1,000 down$12,000 total. DUPLEX IF YOU WANT FINEST
5710 NW,7th Ct ,,3 bed$20: week
: : Close in. Beautiful 2 bedrooms each side, screened patio,
f 3034 NW,,56th'S-, J ;:bed'='$20.ek: terrazzo floors reverse cycle air conditioners,
appliances, wall I to wall carpeting. All like new
t WE HAVE MANY OTHERS $18,000 FHA, $800 down and $107 month.


;t I ,SHElLREATY8 -(iR'' Life .Realty. '; :Broker4932rNW7tli '

FORD REALTYINC. Broker 4260: ',NW,: 7th- 'Ave.; 758-5551 f A: :">y.ePl"943llOpen7.Doyi }

Fl 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4575 --- : ."Per"'Weeli: I.:.:Evenings,Tool f m ',R..J't


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couple to manage and operat ;
take-out dining restaurant. I

/15 WORDS OR LESS SI.50. 5C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. right Excellent party. CU arrangement Mr. Ravlckas for AROUND THE BAHAMAS

FOR RENT Lady needs help. Someone to lIT,+ -"- '

MORE FOR SALE FOR SALE CONTD sit and keep company in the Upon recommendation trict Inspector to Education

3 bedroom open No qualiCying. No Anyone Can daytime. Five days per week. of the Public Service the Gov- Officer
qualifying Buy
Open Sunday 3 to 5, 830 NW 2 bedr., 1 bath, CBS, location $450 down, 4 bedrooms, CBS, Salary open. 1019 NW 75th st. ernor has appointed RodneyE. .
84th St. This is a beauty. 3 is excellent Near Northslde awning windows, fence. Near Bain to the post of Director Hiram Rolle and Audley
bedroom CBS 1 bath, Fla. shopping center. Large lot 79th sU Phone 7518536. Mary of Education effective Dean were given nine month

room, carport01 awnings, utili- Move at 2530 NW 82nd SU L. Benton, realtor. from July 31. Entering the sentences on November 14
ty ful shrubs, im- right in. Call 1 brother at -
maculate inside and out, FHA $100 Down Carver public service as an assistant for breaking into the Royal

terms, $450 down. Veterans Move right In. Call broker at Move in before teacher in 1938, Mr. Bain Bank of Canada last Nov.

only $100 down. Total price once. Martin M. Bemey, 624- bedroom, CBS like Christmas 3 Ranches ;has had a colorful career in 4. The two men reportedly
6983. new, $68 I
Ben-Kori '
14400. A. Realtor per the Education DepartmentAside forced their way into the
mo. Pays all. Call
612 NW 60th St. Call Harry
No Denny Realtor, 947-7111. fromhis work as teacher bank tampered with thesafe,
751-2243. No qualifying Tip Hews Out Island but stole nothing. They
2 bedr, I bath, CBS Top Realty. I and principal -
2 bedroom open buses, shopping, schools schools, he has filled pleaded guilty.
Low Why Pay Rent '--! Walter Bows ---t i
down 6y ActIng
FHA terms only $350 down. payment. See a,t t the following positions: --
Veterans only $100 down total 1735 NW 74th st. Move right You can own your home for The Star Light Lodge No. principal of the Teachers' Gregory Woodside, one-
price $12,300 for 2 bedroom in' Call Broker at once. Martin only $100 down. 3 & 4 bed- 542 will meet Friday night Training College, Education year-old, and his six-year-

1 bath, CBS, with Fla. M. Bemey, 6246983.DuplexDuplexDuplex. room CBS,like new. From$68 Dec. 16 at 8 p.m., at the Ma- Officer Acting Inspector of old sister, Carmitta burnedto

room, 8740 NW 15th AVO. mo. pays 'all. Move in before sonic Hall on Pembroke Road, Schools Deputy Director of death on the nlghtof Nov. !
Open Sunday 2 to 5 p.m. Come Christmas.
Harry Denny, and all members are urged to 15 when fire destroyed
and Permanent completely -
A. Ben-Kori 1 bedr 1 bath Education
Realtor ,
and see. CBS, each Realtor, 947-7111. be present and on time.
612 NW 60th st., call anytime side. Excellent. $350 down. --- Secretary of Education.He their home on Sold-

751-2243. $82 mo. includes taxes. FHA Bunche Park Area The South Broward VFW, recently completed a ier Road. Seven grandchildren -

1730 41st financing. See at 1411 NW CBS, 2520 NW 153rd st. $300 Post No. 8195 will hold its course of specialized sub- of Mrs. Marinetta Dun-
NW 85th Street turb tenants.St. Please Call do not dis- down, $58 monthly. 2 bedroom regular meeting Sunday Dec. jects, including education administration combe were asleep in the
No qualifying. Total price broker right plus Fla 18 5 All members and planningat house when the fire started.
porch. at
$13,500 for two houses; only I'inow. Martin M. Berney, 624- Very good p.m. ,
$1,500 down and $100 month 6983. condition. Like new. Call Mr. please be present and on London University. Five of them were saved.

pays all. Live rent free. Live Marvin nights and Sundays: time. Other appointments an- is believed that a kerosene

in one, rent the other. A. Ben- Have frame houses. 235-2748.Greater Miami Realty nounced by the Ministry of lamp overturned:, ,and ex-

Kofi, Realtor, call anytime, Low down payments. Low 444-6133. The Rev. W. C. Grant received Education are: T. G. Glover, ploded, -causing, that blaze.
751-2243. monthly payments. Call Brok- his appointment at the Education Officer, to thepostof The house was' owned by

-- er right now. Martin M. Bemey FOR RENT recent AME Conference in Deputy Director Educa- ,James Morley and was in-
$10.500 Total 624-6983.. Miami to return to Mt. Zion
FHA tetms, $10,500. Only. Luxury house. $27 per week., AME Church in West Holly- tion, and G. J. Tynes, Dis- sured.

$350 down and $74 mo. pays Looking for something beau CBS 2 bedroom, apt. $22. wood. < ... ............ ........ ... ..
all for this really nice, 2 bed- tiful. Excellent location.Large Nice 1 bed. duplex. Apt $19. .i...*...................... .'/

room, 1 bath, CBS, big pic- lot. See at 119 NW SOth st. Do Nice 1 bed. CBS, apt. $17.50. Lawrence Butler! of Nas-':: :.
not disturb Miami Times
window this is nice. tenants. Call broker
ture A. -
Good 2 returned last
bed., rear house $22. sau, Baj amas, :
Ben-Kori, Realtors, 612 NW 60 right now. Martin M. Ber- week after his brother i iI
anytime 751-2243. ney 624-6983. Corner 1 bed. CBS duplex apt. visiting :i 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue
SU Call 1
$19 week. on 44th Ave. and 26th St., "
--- ---- West Hollywood. : Miami Florida I 33147 ""'ftirt-\ .' ::1
15611 NE l.5th ,
3 Units Court CBS 1 bed. duplex apt. $19.
C ., ._... .... .
Drive by 6932 N. Miami Ave. 1 bed. -- ----- -" "
4 bedroom, 2 bath, fume fenc- porch plus.Duplex apt. ... : Dear Sir: :
Ideal for owner occupant. Rent ed $19.LIBERTY.
awnings, big Fla room .
2 units for $186 month and $400 handles owner 373-3304. RENTAL AGENCY Enclosed rS i:
please find the sum o
live rent free. This is good -1 1;
clean property. Wonderful in- -- NW 62nd street 1I'
vestment. No qualifying. 820 NW 83rd Terr. Lovely 3 633-7809 to cover tiie; cost of a subscription to i

$5,000$ down, A. Ben-Kori, bedroom, awnings, sprinkler. Come into our office and we,' ,
612 NW 60th Call FHA terms. King Realty Inc. will show the Miami Times
Realtor, St. Realtor, PL 1-9708. 8000 NW you a good apt. i
anytime, 751-2243. 7th Ave. --
i AlaI! Paper To ]I:
$300 Down For rent with option to buy. .
2 bedroom beauty. 1726 NW '
2 bedroom, CBS, $25 week. Y
Total price only $9.000 with 1 Address
93rd St. All mica dream kit- -
Universal Real Inc. :
$300 down payments less than Estate, !

$70 month. This is a very Realty chen. ,Separate Inc. PL garage.1-9708. 8000 King 751-8642- t City, .State .Zip Code i iSilt
good buy. Drive by 2138 NW
85th St. Then call me. A. NW 7th Ave. 1 bedroom, unfum. duplex.

Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 NW 5537 NW 6th PI. Stove andre .
-i 60th St. Call anytime 751-2243. 8741 NW 15th Avenue frig. $20 week. Adults only. ., Months $3 00 One Yr. $5 00 Two Yrs. $9.00 $
3 bedroom 2 bath
--- Fla room, fenced, awnings. No children. 754-6277. ............a..a ...................,........a...,

,_ Fully. Furnished --,$460 No. qualifying. Only. $101 mo. Lovely 2 bedroom, CBS.home. tSmilin FHA terms, $12.000 only all. King Realty Inc. local' '
pays $27 per week. Nice family than, popular busl-
9 down. Veterans only $100 down ealtor. PL 1-9708. 8000 NW only. Liberty Rental Agency. 'nessman, I 1the/ new own-
3 bedroom, CBS, 1 bath. Thisis
a good one, stove, refrig., 7th Ave.Envious. 2020 NW 62nd $U 633-7809. er of the Dive-Inn Bar COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE
----- 1772 NW 79th St Phone

carpet everything, everything goes all at drapes this cottages.617 NW 8th Very nice 2 bedroom CBS fi91-9.J31. He Invite all STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
price. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor St. FR 1-4620. Houser Realty. duplex. $26 week. Good location his old friends to come
---- Liberty Rental Agency, and! meet new friends.
Call anytime 751-2243. 1752 NW 44th St. rear. One 20Za NW 62nd St. 633-7809. Everyone welcome. Inttf'HELP
bedroom apt. 2 people only. --- VET TV
Free house. Pay for lot. $17.50( per week. 3314 NW Large 1 bed. apt. Furn. Adults ,
6953 NW 18th Ave. Total 69th St. Also 3 bedroom home only. Good neighborhood. TED FORMERLY OF JET IS! NOW VET
price $2,000. Free house pay $23 per week. FR 3-3175 or References. Apply 29NW 52nd HELP HElPI
for lot. 4500. 1331 NW 55th HI 53524. St.
St. Total price. Lots 80x90 -- REV. ROOSEVELT 379-7735

fenced 63 St. Corner lot. 55th CBS. 2 units. Good location. Lovely large room in private
St. 50x105. Need money. See 2 bedrooms, all rented. Call residence. For nice single FRANKLIN
Baron, JE 8-1340. 84$ MW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9
CE 8-6683. lady or couple. Call after 7 pm. of Macon, Ga.
2 houses mono lot.Completely 857 NW 73rd Street DIVINE3PIRITUAL

fum. Near buses and shopping Great deal! Sacrafice, repos- Room in private home. PL HEALER
center. A hot deal. Only session bargain.No qualifying! 8-4164. 108 NW 61st st. Jesus is truly giving victory
$8500. $2,500 down payment. Move in before Christmas. -- to many, many people's.
Drive by 2961 NW 13th Ave. Also 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla. Large living room, large problems. ..
Then call Fenster Realty, room, oak floors, built-in kit- bedrooms, screened porch, SUCCESS:: CAN RE YOURS EDISON SpecialsOPEN
write today. I
Broker PL 98779. See or me
chen. One mortgage only. Hurry kitchen and bath. Phone 888- special for
have a message
on this one. Call 2352958. 6643.
oul. Luc
Another hot deal! 2 nice every troubled
houses. Nicely landscapednear M-3 Hammond Organ. Walnut. Rent or sale. 2 bed., modem week many, many peoplewere
everything. Don't miss 758-6537. helped by my special AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
775 NW 41st St. frame. Furn. or unfum. Call reading
this buy. Drive by 351 NW 45 for information 6911503. elected Riple .
St. Then call Fenster Realty, Don't miss this. 3 bedroom, to be read on Special be delivered Days.If 44 NW 41 TERRACE
want to
Broker, PL 98779. 1 bath, CBS, FHA, price is 2 bedroom apt. reverse cycle quickly.you Send $1.00 and
$11,000, $350( down. $63 mo. air conditioner. 7732 NW 12th stamped, self-aJdretied $250 down, FHA, 2 bedroom, CBS, Fla room

3 bedroom CBS. Older home Universal Real Estate, Inc. Ave.Saturday and Sunday after envelope to; plus screened porch Excellent condition in ,and
near 7th Ave. Good deal for 7518642. 2 p.m.Lovely. out. Nice and Clean.
people selling their homes to REV. ROOSEVELT
urban renewal or expressway. On the Lake small house for 1 or 2 FRANKLIN DRIVE BY THESE THEN CALL EQISON
Very reasonably priced. Drive 1146 NW 85th SU 2 bedroom, people. $20 week. NE 55566. 630 MORROW AVE.
by 675 NW 44th st. Then call 1 bath, Fla room, air cond. Macon,Qa., Phone SH. 3-6475 ((1)) 1461 NW 92nd St. Being sold on FHA t.r..l.
Fenster Realty Broker PL 9- Universal Real Estate, Inc. Fum. 1 bed. apt. Adults only. 'YOU will get these Extra, extra, sptclali. Very large CBS homtson

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New Genie Homes!!! Open FHA No Closing Costs room. Call at address bath, large garage, reverse cycle air conditioner.Wall .

Sunday 1-5 p.m. 1954 NW 41 9350 L. River Blvd. 2 bdrm 2373 NW 66th Street. to wall carpeting, hnc.d 10 rd. Only $16,500 to-
St. and 1030 NW 51st St. 3 Open Sunday.
with Fla. room.
bedroom, CBS, 2 bath, builtin Universal Real Estate, Inc. Room. Nice lady or man. Call Career to I. -' ,
A real nice for information 6345691.
home range so we'll, oven.see you sunday. -7518642.--- 5710" NW 19th-Ave. ((2)) 825 NW 84th St. $300 down. FHA, CBS, ter-

Fenster Realty, Broker PL FHA No Closing Cost Positions rasso floors, carport. County taxes only.
9-8779. 2 bedroom, large lot. 290 NW Room or efficiency. Private

2 bedroom; CBS, tile roof, 49th Real St. Open Estate Sunday., Inc.Universal 751-- entrance.Carver's Also Ranches.2 bedroom$90 housein mo. $500 per month to start. 45 ((3)) 60 NW 42nd St. Lovely CBS Duplex. $450

clean in and out FHA, terms 8642. current openings for down, FHA, 2 bedroom each side Terrazzo

only $250 down. Seller pays 5 room house in Liberty Cityin POLICE OFFICER. For floors, carport, county taxes only.
1427 young men 21-29, who are
closing costs. Drive by FHA No Closing Cost NW section. Phone PL 4-
NW 51st St. Then call Fens- 3 bedroom nice area. Open 4997. high school graduates.Paid .
ter Realty,Broker, PL 9-8779. Sunday. Universal Real Estate, vacation; insuranceand ((4)) 438 NW 59th St. 4 furn. CBS, units $16,000
Inc. 751-8642. 2 apt. 1 fum. 1 unfum. 1730 pension plans; paid total. No qualifying. Only $3,000 down.
Attention!! Attention-Church! NW 52nd St. Both one bedroomNE sick leave; nine paid holidays -
groups Are you being displaced 4-9127 or 758-9375. ; other fringe benefits -
? Or are you in need of a $14,450 Down and job security. WE HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES,
Immaculate -
new location? Then we havea Balance 1 CBS FHA with mortgage.hardwood Barber.Well equipped.Two FHA TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.YOU .
beautiful large new corner chairs. Call 693-0891. 59 LABORER positions
building to offer to youongood floors, 2 bedroom, den,land-Fla Hours 6 a.m. to 11 at night. also available. $1.79 to CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR

ded terms.income Besides of there a kindergarten is an ad- room scaped, carport yard with, lovely fruit trees, MISCELLANEOUSNeed $1.95 hours, 40 hour week, $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
examination -
large patio and BarBQue.Extra Medical required DISPLACEDAND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY.
in the same building. I t's a Call '
? written
workshop. Call to see: kindergarten space but no exam
wonderful deal!! Call us for all Childress & Case Realtors, 691-7691 or 754-5036 for fur- for laborer positions.
details. Fenster Realty, Broker ther information.
759-8779. 758-4661 or 7546855. Apply at City of Miami REALTY Realtors ..

CHILDCAREWill Personnel Office, 3318 EDISON ,
2 door 56 Che v. perfect running 50x110. NW Pan American Drive, 2nd
3 lots on corner, ,
order. Needs painting. Have take very good car*, of Floor. 62nd St 751-2441
and 33rd Ave. Call 'H.W.
sticker and title. $60 cash. 52nd St. your child in my home. 759- -Dec. 30 175 ,
691-1503. Mr. Gordon, 665-6870. TF' '
2328 NW 105th $t. 8335., -

20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 16, 1966


II Late Sunday afternoon, Dec. AIDES IN WORKSHOP
Say About Muhammah 11th, 25 members of the Teachers and aid who
Assailant Performing Arts Society of are part of the war on s.
Not Guilty poverty
the Paul La Pierre School of in Dade County Child Opportunity -
What the critics say sibility can't be evaded by Musical Arts presented 1966 its Centers established by
Twenty-four-year-old Rob- The state contended that about the Honorable Elijah attacking the Muslims. Pall 17th Concert"Cmcert.uTho in the elegant the Economic Opportunity
ert Bussey 'as found In- Bussey was robbed and beaten Muhammad (Messenger of Reader's Digest: Louis-Philippe Room of the Program, Inc., will gather for
nocent of second degreemurder by a group including Allah) This mild-looking man is Hotel Fontainebleau. workshop-lecturers by Dr.
in Criminal Court Mon- Johnson and returped to the New York Times Magazine: the most powerful black- The society was host to a James Hymes, University of
day after pleading self-de- hotel lobby with a gun. Alone of all the Negro man in America. He offersa full audience of which some tion Maryland, at the professor Biscayne of Room educa-of
fense before Judge Carling According tb Assistant leaders Elijah Muhammadhas new way of life. Muham- distances patrons had to attend.traveled great Lindsey Hopkins this week
Stedman. State Attorney Richard Jac- a vivid awareness of the mad prompts his severest Miss Blanche Calloway, Dr. Hymes will discuss
After the Sept. 17, 196() obs, Eddie Lee Range, the vital need of a new birth in critics to agree when he says along with all the hostesses, "Discipline in the PreSchoolRoom"
shooting of Patrick Johnson, State's only &- sstothe any drastic human transformation he attacks "traditional rea- was most charming at her Thursday from 8:30 to
35, Bussey was arrested in shooting, left the county a and he alone sons for the Negro race is post, as .were the guests in 11:30: a.m.well and 12:30 to 3:30:
the lobby of the Seventh Street month after theshooting mastered the technique of weak. attendance.The p.m. as hours. as Friday at the
J Hotel. has not been located. staging a new Identity. It The Christian Science Monitor program, M.C.'d by same Discussions of both days
Miss Annie Lowrie, featured
J 18 worth remembering that : music from opera to the latest will be divided among the
what Elijah Muhammad Is Muslim appeal for clean popular which staff members of all twelve
Phi doing for the Negro is, in a living, self respect, and self- was a Randolph, Friel com HOPI Child Opportunity Cen-
'"I Alpha Alpha Fraternity sense, what America has uplift independently of the position. The Society was for- ters.
I' done for the Immigrantfrom white community have tunate to meet Mr. Friml in
,.. Holds Founders ServicesSeven Europe. gained wide respect among person on his 87th birthday this time being the Society's
Day Former Presidential Assist- American Negroes. only three days prior. third Debutante Concert with
Miss Betty Sue Anderson I
ant and former Harvard (continued next week) Already plans are in the
Alpha men represen- Saturday, D Cc. 10, fraternity professor Arthur J. Schles- making for the next affair, making her grand debut.
ting the Seven Founders of; meeting was held at the inger, Jr. in Esquire Maga-
t home of Brother Daniel Francis
the Fraternity accepted the Invitation zine
of Brother Daniel The following officerss : "
Francis to worship at Greater ere elected for 1967: Pre- Muhammad's movementis JOHNSON'S APPLIANCES ;
Bethel AME Church on Sun- sident, Samuel Forde; Vice- unique in that it has
day, Dec. 11. The Brothers president, James Matthews; thrived outside the Christian I
were warmly received by the Secretary, Earl Allen; Finan- tradition and the protestant 6001 NW 7th Ave. 751-6260 '
officers, members and pastor, cial Secretary, S. Clinnon community. White Ameri- (
Rev. S. A. Cousin, who is Stinson; Treasurer, Dr. Na- cans have brought this on
also a member of the frater- thaniel Colston; Associate
Editor to Sphinx, Warren Wel- themselves, and the respon-
nity.This service climaxed ten ters; Chaplain, Lewis Taylor;
days of activities which were Historian, E. W. F. Stirrup;
the highlights of the Fall Director of Educational Ac-
calendar. The activities included tivities, Oral Allen; Sargeant- CHRISTMAS PARTY FOR I" j j0
in a Hospitality Roomat at-arms, Willon Taylor; Parli- GROVE KIDS
the Alcazar Hotel, during amentarian. Edwin Demeritte.The COCONUT
the Orange Blossom Classic. Brothers are now making ..,"'./
on Saturday after the game, final plans for the formal The Coconut Grove Neighborhood """ Kenneth-
the Brothers entertained their dance which is to be held on Center of the Economic Johnson,
ladies in the Alpha suite at Feb. 17, 1967 at the Bayfront Opportunity Program Inc-, Owner
the Alcazar. Auditorium. agency that fights the war on
I poverty in Dade County, will 1 Console Stereo with AM, FM
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Be A Nurses' Aid Virrick Park,at 3580 Day Ave. Free ;* '
Harcourt Clark, director of
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kEGISTER NOW FOR JANUARY 16f// CLASS that clothes, toys, soft drinks Admiral 19" PortableTelevision t*
and food have been donated
WRITE for the 50 families and nearl y $139 .!
200 children by Florida Realty,
the sewing class at Lindsey
Ideal School For Hopkins, Boy Scouts, Girl Trl-cycle' Free
Scouts and even some of the llCl ]

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