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: March 17, 1967
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
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issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00459

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CRB Announces County Action On Brownsville l ecrea' ron

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Dade's Ben Sissel, director of ed a Resolution Introduced by While the resolution does not need for expansion of county people spoke vigorously and their minds to the Community I
Community Relations Joe Boyd and seconded byLe- make Immediate action man- services in the Brownsville effectively
Board, announced today that wis Whitworth Porter the CRB He also coeccerninge mploy- Relations. Board.
directing datory, expressedthe area. expressed high ment, houSing, education and
efforts of ,
Brownsville citi- Homer, in effect, to get a hope that some visible activity praise for the citizen groups
recreatio Ln
a c 1 e .
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zens, with CRB's assistance Sissel commented at the time
quick "method of financing and would be able to beginin that are expressing so articulately -
were beginning to bear fruitIn a time-table" for the "im- Brownsville this summer. and forcefull.z..itt -\lnRt r Prof. Wil- that the white community and
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the area of additional recreational -provement Sissel ; Georgia Jones, and those who make the public decisions -
expansion of recreational emphasized that CRB desires ofBrownsjytttof tba 'U1- Bruce
facilities.The facilities in the staff has bent every effort to eta tatives Thompson. Represen- in Greater Miami need ;
of the
County Board of Com- Brownsville area for early impress on the county commissioners ,. M,1U\V rch 2 meeting clIfbCRB. VIP's and other youth from the to become much more aware _. I
missioners on March 7adopt- submission groups of the unresolved problems of
to this Board. the urgency of the several community were also present and spoke $ f
the Negro community. H> t*

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44, No.30 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1967 20 PAGES .1S .,\

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City Planning Director Dud- to meet the demands, Hinds income groups, he said. I J'y I II
ley Hinds said Thursday that told the Miami Housing Authority -
Miami will need several thou that most recent con- Authority Chairman Martin
sand additional housing units struction has been for mid- Fine remarked that for families I 1I' 1//
for low-Income families In dle age and upperIncomegroups with income of $3,000a

the next few years. but officials can't year or less,"anything other
move any more rapidly to get than public housing is a myth." k' J
Noting that deterioratinghomes rid of sub-standard houses Agreeing with Fine, Hinds LA4 \
are not being replacedor until "lots more decent said the problem Is further I' ,.
rehabilitated fast enoughA housing" Is available forlow- complicated by the fact that
.. there is not much vacant land II
left in the city, particularlylarge '
tracts for public housing .
Mrs. Range Gets Concerts projects.He :
I said that if the authority
For Manor Park wants to keep its projects In

\ areas zoned for multi-family ;

The City of Miami orchestra, talk residences about clearance., "we'll "have to .:: Miami Times Open House Sunday I

with Caesar LaMonica con- '

ducting, has scheduled four The director suggested that r In conjunction with the observance of the 140th Anniversary of the J.

Sunday concerts, April 9, 23, sections of the city where' ,II Negra 7Pf4sf,. j2, ie. ...Miami',Times will hold open house Sunday, March' P19, 1967,' ,,:
and May 7, 21, at Manor Park,
1300 NW 50th Street. clearance of substandard .,from 4 to' p.m.
All programs in the series dwellings would produce land 'r During this time we cordially ;invite all our readers, friends and advertisers -
for housing Includedthe
suggested by Miami Commis- public Cuban to come out and see our new facility at 6530 NW 15th Avenue.
sioner Mrs. M.Athalie Range predominantly
musicalselections near West Flagler St.,the area
will Include popular Photo by Frank Johnson.
between NW 27th and 22nd ave- ..... .. f,,
as well as novelty Nu.y. earwr "IIHIIM..IV'IIIIII/IIIW.I'/ }.. '. "<'" '' "' L\k.I" C '.jf\.Jf'jIW..J\,' ,wl '.f.H,,'I"1IIM-I1.' ,i',
nues, north of 20thSt.,andnu-
numbers with audience parti-
merous strips along arterial .,
cipation in singing and whist- '
ling. Gordon Shaw will nar- iiili highways that are now zoned : J '. ;\ : "
for commercial use. : :
rate. Meredith Backs Out;

Joan Elaine Storr, contralto, .,
presently studying at the Uni- Hinds was asked to meet
versity of Miami School of with the authority again next
Music, will be guest artist COMM. RANGEthe month to discuss specific locations jNo Opposition For Adam

for the first concert, April 9. second program April 23. where the planning :
Valdez Murray, mezzo-so- Subsequent performers will department could approve M'-jJtewaHimiaH*

prano, will be soloist during be announced. multiple-family projects. "I have decided not to run better for the House to seat which would cause Harlem

in the ISthCongressional Powell again because of what Negroes to vote for him en I
District," was the announce- he called "unique factors"Publishers masse.

Second Negro Wins Medalof dim ment In made New byJamesH.Mere-York Monday, as,

I he unceremoniously of the special Congres-droppedout 1o Meet With 1

sional race as Republican opponent -

Honor In Vietnam Harlem of some Adam sources C. Powell.In are. Johnson and Humphrey I

saying that the civil rights
leader withdrew from the con- America's leading Negro Association hold conferencesin
Negro medic who disre- enemy only 30 feet away, Joel Is the second Negro to test because of pressures Newspaper Publishers will Washington with the President
garded his own wounds to sustained the faith that our win the Medal of Honor in from other civil rights lead- meet President Lyndon John- Vice President, Ca-
care for others Injured fighting men place in the medic Vietnam. ers. Others say that through son this week.Annually binet members and Congres-
through a furious fire fight in ." intermediaries, Powell had members of the Na- sional leaders during Negro
Vietnam, was given "the oat been appealing to Meredith to tional Newspaper Publishers Newspaper Anniversar Week.
t tion's enduring gratitude" drop out. -- Simultaneously the publishers

Thursday when President 9,000 Hear leontyne Price The appeals were said to announce the RusswurmAwardwinners.
Johnson bestowed on him the have been made, stressing Powell Faces JailAdam .
Congressional Medal of Ho- the needs of Negro unity. Me-
nor. In Mississippi redith was reportedly told that John B. Russwurm was America's -
Clayton Powell, for-
first editor
by accepting the Republican very Negro
The nation's highest decora- I nomination to run against Powell mer congressman, must give who began publishing "Free-
tion was won by Spec. 6 Law- She was "overwhelmed" by a Democrat, he would be himself his up if he wants to renew be- dom's Journal" on March 17,
be will
appeal or
rence Joel November 8, 1965. the rousing response given her / the white man's candidate. 1872.
arrested If he walks the
Thursday he received a cere- Sunday by an Integrated audience Meredith was told that he
in Jackson Miss. said streets of Harlem Palm Sun- On March 16 NNPA
monial recognition for his could make an even more mem-
Leontyne Price after day. That Is what a New York bers will breakfast with Vice
bravery on the south lawn of Singer dramatic gesture by giving up
appellate court said .
the White House. He Is the receiving three encores. the support of the white people Tuesday.By President Humphrey, then
first medic among the 13 men "It's just overwhelming to sources said. This, it a four to one vote, the confer with Secretary Gardner
court upheld lower court
who have won the honor In see so many people at a con- was said, would make him a a and co-officials H.E.W.During -
Vietnam."In cer," she said.A bigger hero In the Negro com- criminal citation placing Powell the evening they will participate -
native of Laurel, Miss., munity.It in danger of arrest If becomes in a Forum sponsored

the face of death, In the Miss Price had about 9,000 is said that the strongest Harlem's from streets Bimini to walk by the Captial Press Club at
he said
fury of ambush," the Pre- Negroes and whites standingas factor that Influenced Meredith he would do. as the new Senate Office Building
said risked his she closed out her benefit auditorium.
sident "he to quit was Dr. Martin His attorneys argued that
life that other men might live. concert with the spiritual, Luther King's statement In
the Nov. 28 criminal contempt Friday March 17, the Publishers -
Wounded twice, Spec. Joel "He's Got the Whole Worldin Hartford ,
; Mondaynight
His Hands." citation was unjustified because will meet with the
crawled for more than 12
hours through unceasing ene- Miss Price said her heart the attempt arose froma Progress Commission-
Dr. said that Mere-
LEONTYNE PRICEa King civil case. A civil contempt
my fire, to bring others of his was warmed by the "unity dith's cretary Weaver and co-offi
fellowmen to safety. In those among friends" with Negroes little emotional when I went campaign against Powell citation would not subject him dais of H.UJ. and visit with
In Harlem Is ill-timed
dark, dangerous hills, withihe seated by whites. "It made roe out, she said." and that It would be much, York.to arrest on Sundays in New the White House.PHY .



2 THE MIAMI, tMES,' P iday, March 17, 1967
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Heartbeat of Fr',4-\'d om, 10 h-rl.t..,I \/Anniversary 140th ) W ee k MARCH 12..18 ,


wrong is the man to demand redress, -- that the man in their day because most of the objectives Inherent in the
FRANK L. STANLEY, PRESIDENT STRUCK is the man to cry OUT.- and that he who has origins of the Negro press have yet to be realized.
NATIONAL NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS ASS'N.The endured the cruel pangs of Slavery is the man to advocate It is a historical fact that no racial group anywhere in
It is evident that we must be the invention of the printing press, have
Liberty. our own representatives the world since
story of the Negro in America is the most amazing
saga of modern times. Much of the content of Negro News- and advocates, not exclusively, but par- attained freedom or appreciably improved their state'without
papers cannot be found in general media, not is it adequately ticuliarly -- not" distinct from,but in connection with our the aid of their own militant press.

written in current American history. Negro-Oriented media white friends. Gunnar Myrdal, in his American Dilemma in discussingthe
present these facts in line with their prime responsibility In 1857, in a speech he said: Negro press, said:
which is to relate vividly the many contributions of Negroes "Let me give you a word of the philosophy of reform. "It is a fighting press the Negro papers offer
to the development of democracy, and to cast a beacon The whole history of the progress of human liberty something not found in the white press it was
light on our necessary goals ahead. shows that all concessions yet made to her august largely the Negro Press that made the Negro fully
1 For any Negro to achieve with the pace of American growth, claims, have been born of earnest struggle. If thereIs conscious of the Inconsistency between America's
he must first be proud of his heritage and then he must not no struggle, there is no progress. This struggle may war aims to make the world safe for democracy and
4 nly understand, but value it.highly. be a moral one, or it may be a physical one, or it may the treatment this minority received at home. the
We must never be be both moral and physical, but it must be a struggle. Negro Press is an educational agency and a power
I'ashamed of our history, for Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did agency. Together, with the church and school it
therein lies our inspiration to rvt and it never will ." determines the special direction of the process through
achieve even more. In 1886, from a rostrum in (the nation's capitol he spoke which the Negroes are becoming acculturated."
these words: Today, as in 1827, the founding year of Freedom's Jour-
Admittedly, regardless of "The American people have this lesson to learn: That nal, the very first Negro newspaper, we find need for an
what progress or strides Ne- where justice is denied, where poverty is enforced, untrammelled voice of truth, freedom and justice. The very
groes have made, we will always where ignorance prevails, and where any one class is necessity for a Negro press reflects on the conscience of
be faced with a gnawing made to feel that society is an organized conspiracy to America.

consciousness of what might oppress, rob and degrade them, neither persons nor Then, as now our press must exert greater effort towardthe
have been. No history has ever property will be safe. ultimate fulfillment of its original goal. Now functioningin
been able to record the great Hungry men will eat. Desperate men will commit an age of dynamic transition, our people's hunger for enlightenment -
deeds of those numberless and crime.
deepens as desegregation more legal
nameless souls who might have Outraged men will seek revenge." and segregation itself becomes more real. No other press,
been given the barest chance to In his second publication, "Douglass Monthly" America's regardless of how liberal, can ever crusade as forthrightlynor
make their contribution. 1 most eloquent and forthright editor wrote: as dedicatedHy. Therefore, as long as there are those who
JOHN B. RUSSWURM "My friends, the destiny of the colored America is would still deny some Americans full access to a good life
Therefore, when the Negro Press extols the virtures of its the destiny of America. We shall never leave you. RThe allotments and would not have the truth known, our press must more
people, it must also think of the wasted talent, the spoiled of Providence seem to make the black man of Americathe readily and fully expose every evidence of unfairness, inaccuracy -
ambtions, the blunted chances, the lost years, which have open book out of which the American people are to learn and distortion.
thwarted America's growth.In this context,we can but imaginethe lessons of wisdom, power and goodness--more sublime and Never in the hostory of America, not of the profession of
many poems remaining unwritten, pictures never painted, glorious than yet attained by the nations of the old or the new Journalism, has there been greater need to keep the issue of
bridges, buildings and cities never designed or built, the undeveloped world. Over the bleeding back of the American bondsman we social equality clear, and never has the opportunity for our
sciences, the uninvented machines, and the contri- shall learn mercy.In press to become a truly great asset in the struggle for human
butions never made and never to be made,because a segmentof the very extreme of difference of color and featuresof dignity been so manifest
Americans were denied their humanity and the chance to the Negro and the Anglo-Saxon, shall be learned the The very fact that we live in an imperfect society, in a democracy -
grow. highest ideas of the sacredness of man and the fullness still grappling with the problems of how best to
Likewise, the hundreds of potential statesmen who never and perfection of human brotherhood." square its practices with its avowed purposes poses singular
were, spiritual leaders and physicians who never healed, the These guiding precepts from Russwurm, Douglass, Abbott, challenges to us. We must not only remain that constant re-
lawyers who never breathed life into the law. Add to this the Vann, Murphy and others are as meaningful now as they were minder of the Jobs that democracy has yet to do, but become a
many children who never got to be born or, if born,died greater source of inspiration to all Americans.
early in their bloom from the lack of mother's milk and sus- 1 Moreover, we must write more dynamic chapters to a
tenance. But in spite of this, those of us who were born with I history, if you please, which has not yet found its way fully
the scars and marks of oppression, lived lives of frustration into the textbooks and thus, of course,. is not taught in
and defeat, and yet somehow by the grace of God have been I schools generally.
able to move thus far along the way. The fact that 22 million
Negro Americans live and achieve is testimony to a race which, sia
has made the greatest progress known to mankind in modern
times. This should ever remain the guiding star for further,
times. This should ever remain the guiding star for future
generations to seek a new level of self-acceptance and re- '
cognition. 11,1.1111 April 1, 1967
This is all the more necessary because Negro history is :
far from complete; its greatest chapters yet to be written;
and full freedom yet to be won. This explains why America's I THE BANK LOBBY WILL BE CLOSED
Negro Press follows a noble credo which states in part: '
"I shall be a crusader and an advocate, a mirror and a ,
record, a herald and a spotlight, and I will not falter.So .
help me God."
As to the crusade it holds forth that"I shall crusade for a
all things that are right and just and I will, with equal
..For Your ConvenienceDRIVEUP ...
fervor, expose and condemn all things that are unjust.
shall be a crusader but I will not permit my fervor nor
the rightness of my cause to provoke abandonment of
the cardinals of journalism--accuracy, fairness, and
objectivity." Q fIn SATURDAY FROM 8:00 A.M. UNTIL 12:00

This credo has a familiar strain. NOON FOR THE FOLLOWING BANK
One-hundred and forty years ago, on March 16, 1827, the TRANSACTIONS ONLY:
very first Negro editor, John B. Russwurm, who incidentallywas
the very first Negro college graduate in America, penned RECEIVING OF DEPOSITS

"We wish to plead our cause. Too long have others
spoken for us. Too long has the public been deceived
. by misrepresentation, in things which concern us dearly, RECEIVING LOAN PAYMENTS
though in the estimation of some,mere trifles;for though
there are many in society who exercise towards us bene- a surprise visit/ to ceremonies marking the 100th
volent feelings still(with sorrow we confess it);the re are of the founding of Howard University, President Lyndon FULL BANKING FACILITIES WILL CONTINUE .
others who make it their business to enlarge upon the Johnson today reaffirmed his commitment to work un. TO BE OPEN MONDAY THROUGH
least trifle, which tends to the discredit of any person of ceasingly for equal opportunities for all the nation's FRIDAY FROM 9:30A.M. TO 2:00 P.M. AND
colour. .
citizens. Some 3100 persons were on hand for the pro-
"In the spirit of candor and humility, we intend by a gram during which Howard President James M. Nabrit, ON FRIDAY EVENINGS FROM 5:00 P.M.
simple representation of acts to lay our case before the Jr.' conFerred honors upon four distinguished Howard UNTIL 8:00: P.M.LINCOLN .
. public, with a view to arrest the progress of prejudice, alumni
including Sen. Edward W. Brooke of Massachusetts -
and to shield ourselves the evils."
against consequent a member of the Class of 1941. Howard has
The cause of human dignity has been championed by many founded March 2 1867.
I great men white and black:
i Among others who became pillars of the Negro press
were: Samuel Cornish, Frederick Douglass, Robert S.
Abbott, Chester A. Franklin, James Weldon Johnson, I
. Garland Penn, Wendell P. Dabney, Robert Russa Mo- VOTETED [I I]

phy.Without ton,. Robert L. Vann, P. B. Young Sr. and Carl Mur- PLESSY

doubt, the noblest of them all was Frederick
Douglass. For more than half-a-century, Douglass was
the most eloquent apostle of Negro protest. He laid the
very foundation for our modern freedom movement.In REPUBLICAN NATIONAL BANKor
1847 120 years ago he began publishing the "North GROUP 91
Star" In Rochester, New York. MIAMI
The brilliance of his two words and the depth of his wis- HOUSE OFREPRESENTATIVES First fully integrated bank in the tnltrt Sovthtaslright -
dom are most apropos of our situation today: i here in the Edison financial Center
In 1847 he wrote in the North Star
6013 N.W. 7th Avenue Phon 75944)1i
"It Is neither a reflection on the fidelity, nor a dis- "
paragement of the ability of our friends and fellow- job"a
laborers, to assert what common sense affirms and
only folly denies, that the man who has suffered the



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 17, 1967 3f

I f Sen. Brooke, Frank Robinson, Bill Cosby 'il' .

f Among Russwurn Award WinnersWASHINGTON ,A .

D. C. Seven winners of Its Russwurm Charles Evers, field director of the NAACP Mississippi, II I
Awards were named Monday by the National Newspaper Pub- who has given courageous and responsible leadership to the I Ii
lishers Association as the nation's 100-odd Negro newspapers civil rights movement in that state.He succeeded his brother, i
began observance of National Negro Newspaper Week. Medgar Evers, who was shot to death from ambush by an assassin -
The awards, named for John B. Russwurm, founder of who has never been punished.
the first Negro newspaper, Freedom's Journal, In New York Harold Howe II, U. S. Commissioner of Education, for his
City on March 17,1827, are made annually In recognition of consistent and unwavering application of the Department of (
accomplishments or acts which enrich the democratic con- Heathl, Education and Welfare's guidelines for the desegre-
cept or uphold the high traditions of the American way of gation of public schools.
life.A Frank Robinson, 'Baltimore Orioles star outfielder and '+
special citation will be presented President Lyndon B. winner of the American League's triple batting crown and
Johnson next Friday when the NNPA board of directors Is most valuable player award,whose outstanding performance
scheduled to confer with the chief executive at the White all season was instrumental in the Orioles'winning the league
1 House. The citation recognizes the President's bold advocacyof pennant and the world series.
full equality for all Americans and his consistent supportof Charles L. Weltner, former Georgia Congressman, who '
civil rights. withdrew as a candidate for re-election rather thanfulfill his
Winners of the 1966 Russwurm Awards are: party obligation to support fellow Democrat Lester Maddox
Senator Edward W. Brooke, of Massachusetts, the first candidate for governor.
Negro to win a seat in the United States Senate by popular As in past years, winners will be presented plaques. A
election, and the first of his race to serve in the upper spokesman for the publishers pointed out that Russwurm
chamber since Reconstruction. Awards are Intended to be typical and that many persons of 4' ..

comparable achievements were by-passed because they had : "'"
\ been named winners in recent years, or because their accomplishments ."
v occured before or after the year 1966. ;-.1 /
The awards were announced by Howard B. Woods and
Thomas W. Young, co-chairman of the selection committee. ff
Mr. Woods is editor in chief of Sengstacke' Publications, t, .t Q
4 r headquartered in Chicago. Mr. Young Is editor and publisherof
? y the Norfolk Journal and Guide. Frank L. Stanley, pub- Soprano Padrka Meiidiz ,;
lisher of the Louisville Defender, is president of NNPA. I

36 Cases Filed Against Make American Debt at i-CC

Soprano Padrica Mendez, a ty. During her study in Rome,
Delinquent Laid Slumlords 1957 graduate of Bethune- Italy, she won acclaim on the
Cookman College will make concert stages of Europe.The

City Attorney's Office said continued to March 30 while her American Debut at BCCIN opera singer is the daughterof
Moore Gymnasium at 8:15 Mr and M Pedio Mendez
EDWARD BROOKE Monday there are 36 cases the firm decides whether to ,
pending against landlords accused install improvements or demolish p.m., Tuesday, March 21. Jacksonville.Dr. .
of Miami's Miss Mendez, who was an Richard V. Moore, pre-
Cosby and Robert Culp, co-stars of the "I Spy" code.Warrants violating. the buildings.The outstanding member of the sident, BethuneCookmanCollege
television series whose teamwork and off the TV
on screens Bethune-Cookman College said, "I think it is
enabled erstwhile commedian Cosby to surmount barriers have been IssuedIn Lewis case is similar, Concert Chorale has studied most significant that she chose
which in the past had kept Negro performers from gaining and was postponed to April
11 cases during the past voice and opera In Rome,Italy Bethune-Cookman College for
acceptance as stars in big time network television. two weeks, including nine 4. The State Board Depart- for the past eight years.A her American Debut and the
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Currier who contributed millions charges against L.W.G. Inc. ment is said to be negotiatingto native Jacksonville, members of the college com-
of dollars to civil rights, improved race relations, child and two against Mr. and Mrs. purchase the house at 354 Florida she graduated from munity has no other choice but
welfare and mental health through their Taconic Foundation George P. PLewis. NW 8th Street.A Stanton High School, matri- to support it," I
which they established, it has been reported, because they culating to bethune-Cookman Bethune-Cookman College
believed that they, as possessors of great wealth and advantages city office spokesman said College where she earned the Music, Thomas D. Demps ,,:
that went with it, had a deep obligation to the less The L.W.G.firm was charged work is being completed on 15 B.A. degree with a major in said, "Miss Mendez is the
privileged. The 32-year-old Mr. Currier and his wife, the with renting single family; new cases prior to Issuance of'warrants music. She received her M.S. most promising I have
granddaughter of Andrew Mellon, disappeared in a private houses in the Central NegrJDistrict :'Action still is pending degree in music from Colum- worked with In soprano my 13 yearsat
plane on a trip from Puerto Rico to the Virgin Islands In with no hot water or on 10 others filed since bia University, New York Ci- the college."
January. wash basins. The cases were Jan. 1.


CRB Marks Decline in


Negro Arfs-Semitism : CALL :

Dade Community Relations Sissel, in commenting on me stand up and be counted as ene- NNN '

Board Director Ben Sissel two letters, said, "It is highly mies of the Negro racist as
this week called attention to significant that two of the most well as of his white counter- I. =fl' 7;
what he termed "a significant militant and effective Negro part."
development in the field of intellectuals seem to believe Sissel said the Baldwin and
Negro-Jewish relations." still in the brotherhood of Davis letters were called to E ,

Two of the most vigorous and man, and in the current situation his attention by the American ,.1IIJ! 4. t
outspoken critics of "whitey" (where much is being Jewish Committee in a news ,'
--author James Baldwin and made of so-called Negro an- release. I AGENCYTHE :
playwright Ossie Davis--de- ti-Semitism) are willing/: to

nounced Negroes anti-Semitism and those who among promote : :: -' .;cI ---- :.:- :
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a to The two CRB letters Director, one by referred Bald- "Merit Employment { ; L 9-8733 e

; win and the other by Davis, I
repudiating a series of articles Is Good Business'' NNN..N.NS..N.NNNNNNNe
in a Negro monthly about

Jews in Harlem.Baldwin call- The National Conference of Sonnabend, President, Hotel LARGEST PRIVATE-HOUSING' RENTAL AND MANAGES

ed the anti-Semitic articles Christians and Jews had issued Corporation of America; Wil- : MENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH, OPERATING IN DADE AND S
"most distinctly unhelpful"and a new brochure on "Me- liam G. Caples, Vice presi-
added that "it is immoralto rit Employment is Good Busi dent, Inland Steel Company; BROWARD COUNTIES. .,... :
blame Harlem on the Jews." ness" as part of the NCCJ J. Curtis Counts, Vice pre- '
He also called antiSemitism"the Equal Opportunity in Industry sicent, Douglas Aircraft Com : 'A'iteelof, cars and collectors five door to door service for tenants convenience' S
most ancient and barba- Program. pany Robert L. Herron, Vice .
ric of the European myths." president, Loblaw, Inc. and -.A community recreation center for fe.nClttrs.Glld adults '','rent-free* fvr. I.sIi" '
The brochure features arti- .' w and'air conditioned for comfort and "* | lent. : J7.G;;
Joseph J. Morrow Vice \ enoy :
Ossie Davis sought to draw cles by two presidents andfour sident, Pitney-Bowes, Inc.pre- '. ,'VT' ,+;, ,(l'M/ : ;; l'P
sharp distinction between the vice presidents of major cor- Aapublic departnient'to a..fit.oul.wlttYOurproble./' ,.., .
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57th St. New York
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but because-along with Ca- executing this personnel po Alterations andR.mod.ling .
tholics, Protestants, Negro, licy. S HON. L. L. BROOKS, PresidentS .
and white--they are exploiters. FAST SERVICEShouldn't GEORGE P. HARTH, General ManagerS .
In a war against all exploiters The pamphlet, though brief, your tailor bEAST
CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director eS
whomsoever, I am concisely outlines the steps COAST
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the monthly) seem to administering this policy. The .
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 17, 1967

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1827-1967 Tb FKEEDCM.... frmnqry

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher 1
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE City Editor 11 Y. 1.
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor 1
to its motivation from
The politics of our country seems get
Member of the National Newspaper publishers Association the emotional condition of the country as a whole. Political
judgment and maneuvers are Introduced at the precise time
JSUBSCRJPTION RATES' 14 ...1FOR + they will appeal most to the mood of the people Involved.
ONE YEAR $5.00SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 Whenever the mood of the people Is misconstrued,we have the
makings of a gigantic snafu such as the one committed by the
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post Republican party of New York. The announcement of James
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Meredith as the Republican opponent of Adam Clayton Powell
will undoubtedly classify as the major political blunder of
Office at 6530 NW 15th Axe. Phonic 691.0421 691.0455 1967. We may have others, because in terms of time, the

year is only an infant, but they will have to be super to sur-
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead pass one.
I've been trying to determine the category Meredith
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accords
would have fallen tinto had he not been awaken to the errorof
to every man regardless of his race, creed or color hit
his ways. He claims he is an independent Democrat. The
human and
legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no
THE "NEW NEGRO" said he to be their standard bearer
Negro Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that Republican party was
Adam in the upcoming election, thus making him a Repub-
all men are hurt as long as anyone Is 6ar'11Y
s lican. The best possible conclusion I could reach as to the i

Lighting The Way To Freedom party affiliation that could be applied to an arrangement suchas
Ye Editor's NotebookOPEN this would classify Mr. Meredith as a dependent Demo-
"We wish to plead our own cause. Too long have others publican. Scoundrel would have been better name,but in lightof
spoken for us. Too long has the public been deceived by mis- his decision to reconsider, which I know required a bit of
HOUSE representations In things that concern us dearly,though in the courage, let's just say he is one of the many having been taken-

March 12-18 is estimation of some mere trifles, for though there are many In in.On
National During
Negro Newspaper Week. -
society who exercise toward us benevolent feelings,still(with the part of the Republican leadership the picture is altogether -
this period we commemorate the 140th anniversary of
different--They have become the goat in what would
sorrow we confess It)there are others who make it their busi-
the founding of Freedom's Journal in New York City, on ness to enlarge upon the least trifle, which tends to the dis- have been (had it worked) the biggest political fraud of this
March 16, 1827, by John B. Russwurm, the first Negro col- credit of any person of color. country. They employed a method they had used successfullyfor
lege graduate in America as its editor. He was assisted by Their attempt to divide the
"The civil rights of a person being of the greatest value, it many years. community and
the Rev. Samuel Cornish, pastor of the African PresbyterianChurch. shall ever be our duty to vindicate our bretheren when oppressed thus lessen the margin by which Adam would win has shown
; and to lay the case before the public. We shall also they have acted in desperation. The fact they would recruit
Today the Negro Press is known throughout the world.< Quite surge upon our brethern (who are qualified by the laws of the a Democrat, and Meredith to boot, leaves no doubt as to the
recently the National Negro Publishers Association met he re. different states) the expediency of using their effective fran- emotions they were appealing to. Leadership that would
On January 3, 19f$7, The Miami Times moved into its new chise, and of making an independent use of the same. ." permit even the possibility of such a deed Is definitely not
building at 6530 NW 15th Avenue, making its motto a fact, These words were written by John B. Russwurm, the first leadership material. The impact of this on the Republican
"The times are changed and we are changed with them." Negro college graduate in America, and the editor of the cause will be born out in upcoming elections. The silence of
We want to thank our subscribers, ,advertisers, friends nation's first Negro newspaper, "Freedom's Journal". They the national representatives should offer an Indication as to
and the public In general for having helped to make our how they feel concerning the matter.
appeared as part of the initial editorial outlining the objectives -
accomplishment possible, and invite their continued support.We of the newspaper in its edition of March 16, 1827, What happens to the next Republican chosen to offer a
felt that this was the proper time to invite you to inspectour some 140 years ago. challenge to Mr. Powell? What platform does he use? He
plant, so we are having open house Sunday afternoon The editorial continued,"In the spirit of candor and humilitywe could say he is filling in for the cowardly Meredith. He could
March 19, from 4 to 6 p.m. Come. You're welcome. say his party had made a mistake and after
intend to lay our case before the public, with the view to gross a re-ex-
arrest the progress of prejudice, and to shield ourselves amination had found he was best qualified. There are any
DIAMOND JUBILEE CELEBRATION against the consequent evils. We wish to conciliate all and to number of statements he could make,but I'm really interestedin
Irritate none, yet we must be firm and unwavering in our prin- seeing how they explain the new candidate. The candidate,
Wednesday evening, March 8, the Florida Memorial Col- ciples and persevering in our effort." whomever he may be will indeed be a dedicated member of the
lege celebrated its Diamond Jubilee Anniversary at the Deau- Thus was born the Negro press in America, just 108 years party. His citation, and he will deserve one,should read. "For
vUle Hotel, Miami Beach. after the first Negro slaves landed at Jamestown. The role of placing party loyalty above personal pride and dignity in response -
This college had its birth in Jacksonville, but its home has the Negro editor then, as today, was not an easy one, and the to a call from his party."
been at St. Augustine for more than 40 years, and It has been record is filled with grim reminders of the hazards confrontingthose This strategy on the part of the Republican party has beena
under the'leadership of its dynamic president, Dr. Royal W. who take up the challenge raised by John B, Russwurm. I tremendous boost to the efforts of Adam Clayton Powell.
Puryear for a period of seventeen years. The college boastsof Why then, do Negro publishers persist? The feeling of resentment experienced by the people of Har-
numerous graduates in and out of Florida. The answer is clear, if the Negro Is deprived of his press, lem should carry-over beyond the Congressional elections.
Following up its progress, the college will relocate in Dade all of the torturous gains achieved through the years since his The ability of Adam to keep the faith has been a lesson in more
County within the next four years. The site will be west of emancipation will be lost, and tomorrow's Negro youth will be ways than one. Many have started to pick themselves up and
Opa-locka. at the mercy of the powerful forces,North and South, that still get back in the fight because of him. "The Lord works in
More than eight hundred and fifty patrons of all classes mysterious "
man the ramparts of bigotry, prejudice and discrimination.And ways.
attending the anniversary dinner, was indicative of the Interest that is why the editors of this newspaper during Negro '
and esteem in which this institution is held. Newspaper Week find it timely rededicate themselves to the
Among the speakers were Senator Harry P. Cain, co- continuing task of lighting the road to freedom,not only for our
chairman Martin Fine, Mayor Robert King High, George readers, but for all of America.
Kates. Rabbi Irving Lehrman of Congregation Emmanuel, LET'S TALK POLITICSBy
and Congressman Dante Fascell.

President Puryear was introduced by Dr. Edward T. THE WORLD'S BIGGEST BOOK NORMAN E. JONES
Graham, chairman of the board of trustees.

Guests of honor at the dinner were the newly elected pre- The American Library Association Is about to publish JAMES MEREDITH VS ADAM CLAYTON' POWELLThe
mier of the Bahamas, the Honorable Lynden Pindling and Mrs. the biggest book since the invention of printing almost 500

Pindling. Upon their arrival from Nassau, they were met by years ago. Original "Hard Luck Kid" is in the soup again. Sky-
officers of Florida Memorial College and a police escort, The book will contain the National Union Catalog of the rocketed to international fame as the "Guinea Pig" In the
and conducted to the DeauviUe Hotel,scene of the anniversary United States, which is contained now on 16 million index toughest of the University Integration cases, when he laid
celebration. cards at the Library of Congress in Washington. It will life and limb on the line as the first, identifiable Negro to
Arriving with the Premier were his secretary, James have 610 volumes, each 704 pages, and will weigh one anda enroll in "Ole Miss."
Shepherd and Ministers Maurice Moore, Edmund Moxey, half tons when finished in about ten years. A complete set Sponsored by the Legal Department of the NAACP with
Carlton Francis, Clarence Bain, Milo Butler and the Rev. will cost between $8,000 and $9,000. an assist from the U. S. Army, Federal Marshals, Na-
H. W. Brown. Mansell Information--Publishing Ltd. of Britain, has won tionalized Mississippi State Guard, Bobby Kennedy, Pre-
The Premier's speech dealing with education, was timely the $12,000,000 contract from the American Library Association sident John F. Kennedy, Nicholas Katzenbach and the moral
Interesting and well delivered. for printing the book.THAT'S support of every decent-thinking American, James Meredith
In congratulating the college, the speaker said "The whole became
a symbol of freedom, in an aUedgely freedom-seeking
concept in education.of people"getting along together Is the most Importantone TOO BAD nation, whose torch stood taller and shone brighter than the
Stature of Liberty in New York harbor
City; ,which guarantees
"The Ivy League Schools were falling in this," he said.< Reading of the death toll in traffic accidents during the liberty add freedom to everybody coming to America.
"This entire college would lift the morale and moral fiber of the year 1966 is amazing and all but heart-rending--52,500 per- Meredith made it both ways, he survived physically and
The audience community and help wipe out crime and poverty." sons lost their lives and more than a million were disabled. scholastically and in due time became the first identifiable
gave the speaker merited
applause. Too bad. Negro to
"Ole MIss"
Generous pledges were made by churches and interested The National Safety Committee ties himself which of course quaU-
patrons. The reports the cost to the as something "special." With the Civil Rights
reported exceeds
$52,000. nation amounted to movement
$9.8 billion. in
high it
gear was
Congratulations and naturally assumed that Mere-
best wishes for the future of the The 1966 dith and
highway death tool was also alarming. it made and would of
institution course another
it "Great Civil
labor. as prepares for relocation in this new sphere of Rights Leader"

GUNSMOKEThe But somewhere along the road a schism developed between
the NAACP and Meredith and he
no longer wanted play the
MEREDITH RETREATS news that CBS has decided that Gunsmoke would remain secondary role in both billing and out of the "Loot" so he cut
on the air next season will be pleasing to many people, out and went on his own, figuring to make the grade as a bona
James Meredith, the Republican candidate for election to young and old.< fide civil rights leader, with his own movement.
\ the seat occupied Adam Ye Editor must admit he is a"Gunsmoke"fan. Just carried While he won personal honors
I by Clayton Powell, but now vacant, as a "Guerilla Fighter" in
I has withdrawn from the fight. No definite decision has been away with the cast performance of Mat Dillon Festus Miss the racial jungles of Mississippi, he was a mere 'Babe in the
made to the status Kiltie and Doc. the "Pentagon *
as of Congressman Powell. SfViSi the Civil Rights Movement.
It seems to us a wise move on the part of Meredith, although Rights Movement file was a bit crowded at the
it might be a big disappointment for his Republican time, what with Martin Luther King NAACP, Urban League,
supporters. Meredith said at a press conference that the CORE, Malcolm X and the Black Muslims and A.
people deserve more than they are getting. "Whatever Influence Miami Times Philip Rndolph and the indomitable Congressman from Harlem -
Adam Clayton Powell had, he doesn't have any more." 6530 NW 15th Avenue hogging both the headlines and sources of "Loot", Meredith -
At least that's Meredith's opinion. We suppose he has a Miami, Florida 33147 be continued faded from the scene like a burned out comet. (To
right to it.
express Dear Sir:

Enclosed please find the sum of $
PRIEST AND SISTER DIE OF BURNSIn to cover the cost of a subscription to the
Miami Times.
Rochester, N. Y., the Rev. J.Welmann, rector of MAIL PAPER TO: MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE: IN THE rf

St. Phillip Neri Roman Catholic Church, died last Wednesday ADDRESS: I MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
night of burns while carrying the chalice and consecrated CITY
Holy Communion wafers from the naming building.He was 77
years old.Also < Six Months $3.00 One Year $5.00 Two Years $9.00 THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. ?

burned fatally was Sister Lillian Marie, 26, who was 1 PI EASE PATRONIZE THEM!
trying to help the priest carry the chalices. I i


THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 17, 1967 5

Phil OssoferAs

a student of symbolism,
4-1 that art of describing the unknown .try
(as Jesus did with His
parables I took a deep Interest y
Girl Scout Week (March 12-18) celebrates the founding in a recent news item I ii

of the organization by Juliette Gordon Low on March 12, regarding a new approach to ( 7a r"S# : 9n
1912 in Savannah, Georgia. Christian teaching.
Girl Scouts of the USA have
a total membership of almost The new approach has been
three and three quarter million, of whom more than three pilot-tested in 150 Catholic
t million are girls. 'rM ify I Iif'
dioceses across the country.
I Girl Scout troops are active in every state of the United Acutally what it consists of
I States and at U. S. military and civilian locations in fifty-five (as I, the symbolist, see itJis s/4Yt/ }
I countries
throughout the free
a change of symbols. They
Their basic goals are to teach good citizenship and to the
are accentuating positive ,
help youngsters to make friends, acquire new skills and learn and eliminating the negative.No a tri i'p "
; to appreciate outdoor activities. '
longer will children be
These goals are being accomplished in many ways. Teen-
taught fear; they will be taught
age members are working on community service projects. faith. For instance: "Avoid
There also has been more emphasis on helping teenage Scouts
saying to a child 'you have
investigate career possibilities. sinned! only God pene-
\ The Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. has four age levels: Brownies trates consiciousness sufficiently -

(7 and 8) wear brown uniforms and discover things they can to judge each one's responsibility -
do in their home and neighborhood. Juniors (9 to 11), who ." Instead of
wear bright green uniforms, work for badges in areas suchas threatening children with the w

homemaking, outdoor living and citizenship. By earning devil and with hell, the pro-
,,: badges and working on troop projects, they can receive the cess Is to develop in them an
Sign of the Arrow and the Sign of the Star. awareness of God as' being x
Cadettes (12-14)) do further work in the areas started as very great and good.
Juniors 'and also study emergency preparedness, art and
health. Their uniform is a green skirt and white blouse with One change of symbols con- v
\ a badge sash over the shoulder. Seniors (15-17), who wear cerns the elimination of
dark green suit uniforms, work on community service projects images of Heaven that are too
''i and learn 'about career opportunities by participating material, such as "beautiful
in such fields as teaching and conservation.As golden harps, pretty cherubsand

we celebrate our 55th year, I salute the girls, (Scouts), mountains of Ice cream."
the adult volunteers (leaders, assistant leaders, sponsors, I do not know what images replaced BAHAMAS' PREMIER LYNOEN 0. PINDlING/ AND MRS. PINDLING, seated
troop committee members). You-and your interest andhelp; these, but I'd like to are greeted by Dr. Edward T. Graham, chairman of the Board of Trustees of Florida I
your friends and relatives and neighbors who are making the think they would be more inti- Memorial College at the Diamond Jubilee dinner at the Deauv lie hotel last week.
welfare of today's girls their business. mate, such as a parent's loveor This was the first public appearance of the Premier in the United States.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY! a happy home, for of suchas

Mrs. Oscar (Athalie) Range--the second woman to serveas promised these us are by the the mansions beloved 850 Attend Florida

a Miami City Commissioner, was among the eight women Jesus.
named Headliners by the Greater Miami Chapter of Theta One change that surprised me I
Sigma Phi at its annual "Date with the Press" luncheon (happily), was the reference to
Saturday at Miami Springs Villas. Jesus as the mediator in prayer Memorial Diamond JubileeA
to God. I always thought

Pearl Dennis, former Miamian, now living in Philadelphia, that in Catholicism Jesus was
it would be most Importantthat president of the Grand Ba-
considered to be God. Now He capacity crowd of 850
is back in her old stamping ground to visit her father, Mr.
William Parrish and to old is depicted(properly,accord- people turned out March 8 at Florida Memorial College hama Development Co. in
renew acquaintances Mr. Par-
I Ing to belief) the the Deauville hotel Miami emphasize an educational program Freeport introduced the Pre-
rish was a patient at Jackson and friends are glad to know my as Sym- ,
he is making great at home. bol of God; the perfect reflec- Beach, to greet BahamasTre- that sought to advance mier.
tion of Him, even as one's mier and Mrs. Lynden 0. human relations and be Ue r understanding Other dignitaries who were at
own face in a mirror is a Pindling at the Diamond Jubilee between people. the dias included Joseph Rob
The Othello (Eloise) Johnson have moved into their
have failedin bie managing partner for the
t College
home perfect reflection of one's dinner for the Florida programs ,
at 8343
new NW 12th Avenue. self. Memorial College.It the respect and that "peo Miami Dolphins football team,

) In a Saturday, March 11, ceremony in Porstmouth, Ohio, Another Interesting change was the first United States ple" are more important than Dante Fascell, United States
Sharon Battle and Lt William Alonzo Patterson m were fostered by this new approach public,appearance for the first "jets," "guided missiles," Congressman, who made a ,
married. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grady .to Christian teaching clarifies Negro leader in the Bahamasand and "polaris submarines." stirring speech for equality,
Battle of Portsmouth. The bridegroom's parents, are Mrs. Jhe station of Mary, mother of the integrated crowd lie noted that "The abolitionof Florida State Representative,
Frances Patterson and Dr. W. A. Patterson.' Jesus. It avoids giving either showed its appreciation for the slavery only set free the Louis Wolfson, Senator HarryP.
"the impression that Mary is Premier's presence with a body of man, not his mind and Cain, Mayor Robert King
From McKeestort Port, Pennsylvania were Rev and Mrs.A. a double for Christ" or that standing ovation and continuous that man will still be in bon- High, Mrs. Louis Glasser,
L. (Jean) Maura to attend the funeral of his sister, Mrs. "everything said of Mary or applause. dage," until his mind is also Martin Fine, Rev. J.A.F. Fin-
Leola Pieze. Betram Maura, also a brother flew in from to Mary is Improperly taken freed through education.The layson, Dr. EdwardT.Graham -
Chicago. away from Christ, the sole Florida Memorial Collegewill Premier further expressed chairman of the college
relocated to Miami fromSt. the opinion that the Board of Trustees, Dr. and
Mrs. Earl (Ruby) Mizell and Mrs. Godfrey (Alice) Hawkins Mediator.
I I To me, these changes are Augustine in 1968. goals of the United States and Mrs. Royal W. Puryear, Harold -
are among those attending the Association for Super-
the Bahamas similar in Dunsky,development fund
long steps forward towards Expressing the theme for the are
vision and Curriculm Development in Dallas.
ue unification of the deno- occasion, Dr. Royal W. Pur- many ways and that the Gulf director for the Florida Me-
stated {stream'should be no barrier. morial College, Richard Rey-
minations, for they bring into year, college president,
Among others in our city for the funeral of Leola Pieze
The Master of ceremoniesfor nolds, publisher of the Miami
sharp focus the fact that the that education must be for
Rev. David Brooks rector of St. Michael's
were Episcopal
Beach Sun and Rabbi
color." the gala occasion was Daily ,
and "People--not
various rituals dogmasare
Church Tallahassee Mrs. Susie K. Russell and
Mr. S. H.
merely symbols of the The Premier picked up on past city attorney, Richard and Mrs. Irving Lehrman,
Patridge. Great Truths beyond them. It this theme and observed that Stone, and George W. Kates, Temple Emanu-el.

Episcopal Churchwomen of the Transfiguration sponsoredits proves that these symbols can
annual Passion Sunday Musical featuring the "Little be changed In such a way as to * * NEED A JOB? START WORK TODAY!
Angel." The Little Angel was Roderick Finder. bring harmony andunder- Judging from the lack of
standing to all. We need out- obedience we're getting from Now 2 locations to serve you

Friends of Rev. and Mrs. Ernest Talmadge were pleased ward symbols to reveal the the younger set these days, it COOKS BUSBOYS
that,they won the last round with ole man virus. inward truths, but only suchas appears that the oldfashionedway DISHWASHERS PORTERSGAS
At home and recuperating is Rev. Fred Hicks, assistant all can accept, if Chris- of rearing a child Is still STATION DRIVERS
pastor of Greater Bethel AME Church, after surgery at Cedars tianity is to become united. the best with a paddle. HOTEL & HOME MAIDS LIVE IN MAIDSA1 !
The end justifies the means.
* * Service
The "bug" (influenza) is really hitting a number of friends. I asked my barber if he knewof
0 Years $.rvle. In Miami
Among the group were Gloria Lacey, Rev. and Mrs. JamesP. jI} anything that couldstopfal- Over !

Waldon, Gloria Green, Mrs. Harriet Outen, Edna and Er- ling hair. He answered, "Yes, 714 NW 62nd Street 758-7663

nest Talmadge. "'."'( the floor.. ". . .. 534 N. Miami Avenue 379-8382

It seems as If Leland Pratt has passed the crisis, and is Saw an ad in paper recentlythat
improving steadily at Veteran's (Coral Gables) said: "For sale-shotgun,
Get well wishes to Harold Williams, Cedars; Mrs. Nora rifle, 2 pistols,private." Per- Robins
Gaiter, Mercy; and Mrs. Minnie Odom at home. sonally, I don't know of anyone

who wants to buy the artillery, I Uniform
Too bad, some of you missed the Girl Scout Cadettes but I do know a young lady who
Arts Festival at Hialeah Race Track on Saturday. is interested in the private.

Mr. and Mrs. Roger (Irene) Bishop recently celebrated Church Uniforms
3 f
their 17th wedding anniversary.
The Elks Club Choir Robes

Mr. Anderson Prather is in the'Magic City, visiting his __ Church Furniture
daughter, Gracita, and his mother-in-law, Mrs.Spero Parker No. 308 I f' '
Cokine. 329 NW 16th Terrace
Friends of Esther B. Kelly are speeding get-well wishes .,-- Presents every Altar Sets Sunday School Furnishings

her way and hope for a complete recovery. Al of the

Dade County Chapter of National 16 W. Flagl" St. 5900 Sunset Driv
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: Association of Post Office -
Be thankful for the least gift. .. If thou consider the worthof Mail Handlers,Watchmen SUNDAY Lauderhlll Shopping Center Ft. LovdtrdaU.
the Giver, no gift will seem little or of to. mean esteem.
Messengers and Group Lead- 1735 NW 10th Av. Dad.land Shopping Center
For that cannot be little which is given by the MOST HIGH ers, Is in Washington, D. C. CALYPSOAt

GOD. attending a Mail Handler Salary its Best SEE OUR COMPLETE DISPLAYOF
Rally at the Hamilton Ho- CHURCH FURNITURE AT:
Bishop Leviticus Cox and his wife left for the weekend of tel, 14th and K streets, NW. Friday and Saturday 5900 SUNSET DRIVE
the Colonial Convention and to visit his mother in Nassau.
Kinsey, a veteran post office
: Birthday greetings to Mrs. Rosa L. Brady who celebratedher employee, is active in the affairs 11:00 p.m. until South Miami.

birthday March 16th. of his union which is Sunday 10 p.m. Until OR CALL OUR REPRESENTATIVE

affiliated with the AFL-CIO
The Weavers (Oscar and Dot) and the Fullers (Will and and the Government Employees TF 666-8501
Billie) will journey to Tuskegee this weekend for their Council.

) 25th class reunion.

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lllllllllllllimiMIIHIIimiHI There are several situations which cause much difficulty \\ dert': ...','....'.,'.,.'sjr.By ::: :::: ::::::::::::::: ::::
among the poverty group; particularly regarding attempts, 'an !
By Gwendolyn Lavern Ross legal or otherwise, by salesmen, finance companies, and ....,,,."':' ....:.::<.:t,{::)ft) lJ \\l
landlords, to regain the possession of poverty.
SCHOOL SCOOPS Remember that in most instances, unless one consents to ALBERT W. COOKE
the same, property of whatever nature cannot be retaken
Mays High dramatists will don chefs' caps for their without some court authority or Judicial proceeding. This TEACHERS, WHAT IS YOUR TASK?
March 18th dinner sale. Dinners will be delivered from is true whether the subject matter of the controversy is As a teacher, you identify with Jesus. Christ taught amidst
Elsie King's home 'at 14620 SW 149th Street. The dollar real property--land, a home, or a permanent Improvementor chaos and confusion. Things were never cherry pink or apple
dinners may be ordered from Drama club members. attachment thereto, or personal property--such as a car, blossom white for him. Nevertheless, theMasterTeacherhada
"Ah Men," a comedy to be produced by the senior classof most furniture items, etc. job to. "To love someone more dearly everyday. To help
Mays High School, will be stagedonMarch 31 in the school Property is of course sold or conveyed by the use of many some child find his way. ." This was Jesus' task. This was
audtiorium. Be on hand as women take the reins of govern- different legal arrangements, such as a retain title sale, His duty. Teachers mist always hold fast to the principals of
ment. Advance tickets may be purchased from senior class where-in the seller,retains title until a later eventusuallyuntil loving and helping. Teachers must love and try to help thoughthe
members. the item has been paid off, and a sale where-in title to world or the place they work Is In a state of chaos and
SOS to all parents of Richmond Heights Junior High School the property Is transferred to the buyer,and the property covered confusion. Our Father which are in heaven knows. He cares.
students! Volunteers are needed to assist in preparations for by a mortgage for the balance owed. Heaven and earth both declare that .Comes whatever
the PTA's Calendar Tea, set for April 9. Sign up by phoning When default or other controversy occurs,there often arises comes, this to shall pass..."So hold on. "Hold on when thereIs
Mrs. Miriam Pratt at 235-2640. the question of repossession of the property. There are several nothing in you except the will which says to you, holdon.
types of legal proceedings available, such as a replevin, or a ." Teaching is no easy Job. Teachers are underpaid. To
SOCIAL NOTES suit for damages or to enforce contract, all of which providefor be a good teacher Is to be Chtistlike. Teachers, what is your
Whether with flour scoop or dirt shovel, have the diggin- a "day in court" for all parties to tell their stories. task?
gest time of your life! How? By going to the Dig-a-Thon, Similarly in real estate dealings, there are legal proce- Teachers are preachers. What one chooses as speciality
being conducted by Radio Station WFUN and area Key clubson dures for evicting tenants--by filing the appropriate papersin Is the only thing that is different. The task, the Job are the
March 18 at Dadeland. For one greenback, you can dig a court and by giving the required notices; and for regaining same. One might specialize in religion, science or one of the
from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. to find buried capsules. Each of the of possession of property from persons buying-- arts. However, the task is conveying love. The Job Is to
5,000 capsules contains a gift certificate entitling the finderto through foreclosure action or other proceedings.It bring about understanding. Love comes first. Only in loving
such items as a free dinner or a sportscycle. The funds is most important that one read and understand each does one care to understand. Teaching Is loving. "To love
raised will be donated to Variety Children's Hospital. and every item in a contract or agreement wherein he is someone more dearly everyday, to help some child find his
purchasing property, or otherwise acquiring an Interest way. ." This Is the task of teachers.
Eighty friends helped Judith L. Crawford (Judi) celebrateher therein, to learn all of the details of the transaction; including Regardless of the subject area, regardless of the thing or
15th birthday at a party on March 10. Given by her parents the waiver of any rights which the buyer or cus- point one wishes to get across, love Is "its" best conductor.
Mr. and Mrs. James Crawford(Alma), the party was tomer might have regarding the retaking of the property.One Electricity Is best conducted through certain materials.
held at the family home on Madison Street. Pam Bethel, is often told not to bother with the terms of the fine Knowledge is best conducted through certain media. Love,
Edna Collins, Karen Ferguson and Barbara and Ivory Miller print, as they are "standard forms"; however, therein often hope, and faith those are knowledge best conductors.
served as cohostesses.The lies the source of most of the difficulty and controversy. Con- Enlightment cannot enter closed minds. Minds open and ,
sky above Richmond Park will be the testing groundfor tained in amny of the contracts are provisions whereby the close automatically to certain stimuli. Minds do not open because \
the Kite-Flying Meet being coordinated by Senior Girl seller or financing agency is given permission, or attemptsto you think they should. Minds are closed often when you
Scout Troop 857. Prizes will be awarded to event winners in get permission, in one form or another, to retake pos- think that they are open and vice versa. I don't know what the
two divisions. session of the property without having to resort to legal ac- answer is. Think of Christ Jesus, so much love. Yet, minds
Flying contests: Altitude flying, Kite-looping, Reeling-in, tions. were closed to him. Teachers, who are you? Teachers whatis
Kite messenger. Persons so involved, being threatened with loss of pro- your task?
Construction contests: Artistic kite, largest kite that flies, perty, should make diligent inquiry into the matter, to make Electricity does not pass through all things. Rubber,Is an
smallest kite that flies. certain that they are not being unjustly deprived of their example of a non-electrical conductor. Yet, with rubber of a
Register by completing a form from any area store. Return static be
rights type, electricity can generated. Knowledge does not
It with the 25? fee. pass on to all people. Yet, a knowledge of a sort is generatedby
all things.To .
INSIDE OUR CHURCHES N love boys and girls more dearly every day, regardlessof
4 what they do or say as God so loves the world. To help
Lively Leprechauns will greet guests at the St. Patrick's boys and girls understand the world around them as best
Day dinner being sponsored by the Junior Church of Second you can, this is your task. Love seemingly does not always
Baptist Church. The March 18th dinner begins at 8 p.m. in beget love. Chances are however, that hate never will give
the church's dining room at 11111 Pinkston Drive. \y- rise to live. Love gives birth to understanding. Teachers
tI"f may say that they teach this or that. This is our Father's
Keep abreast of the seasons by attending a Calendar Tea \ :, world. As. His messenger, I say teachers teach boys and
at Bethel Baptist Church on Sunday, March 19. The affair, 7''f"'r'
girls. To love; children, to help children, regardless of
which lasts from 4 to 6 hosted Ushers' Board
p.m.is by No.
their ages this is a teachers task. This was the task of
1. A donation of 50? is requexted. ,; j, Christ Jesus. We are all children of God. Red or yellow,
Sunday, March 19, at 3:30 p.m. Stewardess Board No. 1 i black or white, we are cousins and precious in God's
of Mt. Memorial AME Church will sponsor a program entitled ( sight. Cousins.
"The Devil's Funeral." Please come out and supportthis t '
affair. : \ i,
Mrs. Patience Mitchell is chairman and Rev. R. H. John- '
son Is pastor. i
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a creation of Mack Samuel, fashion design student at
Miami-Dade Junior College North. Samuel's design was Ferdinand Phillips, Jr. District is
w one of Jl entered in the "paper dress" design contest
sponsored by Burdine's forthe Fashion Design Studentsat pleased to announce the appointment of Mr.

M-DJC. Each participant received a 55 gift certifi Earl Glenn as an Equitable representative.He .
cote. Samuel, who lives at 1135 NW 45th St., will graduate was graduated from Florida A&M Univer-
in April. Stephanie, a freshman, lives at 10300
SW 149th Terrace. sity. He was recently associated with the

Small Business Development Center of the

RE-ELECT MURRAY H. EOPI. Mr. Glenn is equipped with a complete

portfolio of Living Insurance contracts to

DUBBINShit 156 solve the financial and security problems of

your family. His office Is located at 100 Bis-,

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Dubbin's Experience mil Seniority or 635-6603 (residence).
VICTOR PIANOS & ORGANSCorner Will Work For You
Murray H. Dubbin't dynamic 'leadership resulted
NW 54th St. & HW 3rd Ave. 751-7502 the Commerce In hit appointment Committee,*Vice t Chairman Chairman I of "
Or2010 Bjvd.' Miami FR 7-0401 of the Rules Calendar Committee, titd a
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There's a big flareup within the AME group that could igniteto 1

dangerous proportions. Dissension Is so rampant that
strict censure may be voted a popular _
bishop. And if some members of the Coun-
cil had their way they'd vote the clergyman -
to an assignment far out in the boon-
docks of Africa There's an Episcopal a ,
minister (that's altar-bound. But this time,
possibly during an early date in April you
won't find him pronouncing the'I Do" vows,
but repeating them as he clings to the left
wing of his bethrothed after their middle-
aisle trek and placement of the wedding .. : : :
band on her third finger, sealing the pair. ,"\ ,,,, ;- ;\\I J.. '
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Patterson Rev. and
Samuel Gay
NOTES ON A NAPKIN Deloria Marshall's little
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Barbara Alexander will be Barbara Is a 1961 graduateof proudly announce the mar- which was held at the First
daughter, Renay Naomi, expects a playmate sometime the featured model for the
Northwestern Senior High riage of their daughter Mary Baptist Church of
next month Esther Kelly to Lantana. Doctors orders. Opa-locka,
Spring Fashion Show spon- and the mother of two lovely Ann to Kennett J. Gay son of or sh5.WE .
Veteran Saint Agnes stalwart Mrs. Beatrice Bethel, sored by the Centervilla Kin- children. She's now trainingfor 't
continues to ail at home. Add March Birthdays: Charles dergarten Parents'Club.Bar becoming a model for
C. North 1, BrenviUe Roberts 18 Zeta Phi Beta Soro- bara will model a breathtaking the Richard Stores of Miami.
rity's semi-formal dansante scheduled for Park
Bayfront wardrobe from Rich-
This fashion show will be a
audit March 31 Tell me, why do our local sepia disc ard's Dept. Store. The show treat for the young and old.
Jocks have to yell their heads off while reading a com- will start promptly at 3:30 Mrs. Freddie Washington is IW s
merical??? Tommy Pittman out of Mount Sinai and :
hasp to 6:30 at Bonded : t
p.m. p.m. chairman. Mrs. C. Harris Is
mending at home Miami's Interracial climate m'ich Recreaction Center, 4150 NW cochairman.at .
warmer--about 80 degrees Farenheit. 7th Ave.Mildred.
SALT WATER TAFFY: There's a Jackson Memorial Bayfront Park auditorium.
RN who's real bitter over the way her three brothers Mildred is a senior at Mays s r f .,
allegedly fleeced her In a financial deal that Involved heir Jr.-Sr. High school. Her hob-

property You'd better be on your best behaviour because bies are reading, dancing and MISS YOUIil!!!
:'f the Little Woman ,and I are dancing Friday night bowling. She is president of
with the National Alliance of Postal and Federal Employeesand the Student Athletic Associa- Lola and Harold await
its Auxiliary. It's the postal boys annual ball slated for tion, second vice president Loretta Rolle, charming
Bayfront Park Auditorium's Caribbean Room. And with their i r; National Honor Society, pre- daughter of Mr. andMrs.MUton the pleasure of ser
charming group of female members serving"as hostesses, ? sident Zeta Amicettes; mem- Rolle, 1766 NW 52nd St., ving you and giving
the 10 til 2 semi-formal swelegant promises to be a dilly. ber of various clubs and senior Is vying for the title of Miss each lady a free
Clyde Young is prez of the NAPES and Mrs. Ruby Scott federation. Jabberwock, 1967. "
heads the auxiliary. Mildred has received many Loretta attends Miami "GIFT.
Northwestern where she Is
awards and special
THE WEEK'S WASH: Clara Kelly-Wilcox will try It rM nitions; elected "Most Intel- president of the Cooperative
again. Her second will be a Jamaican who'll cart her and lectual Senior Miss First. Education Club, a member of 500 NW 54th Street
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daughters out to Carol City for a, permanent residence.The hirs Attendant to Miss Mays High; the newspaper staff, and the
blending date Is set for April 8 Handsome Eugene recipient of Elks International Inter-Club Council. She Is a Come in and meet
Duncombe Jr. Is a teenager's prayer, but "MommyBert Youth Leadership Award 1967 member of the Zion Hope Bap-
Duncombe carries Junior's unsigned marriage certificate and outstanding senior award;, tist Church whre she singsin the new management.

In her purse Look alikes: Marie Young-Wil- Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. the junior choirs.
liams of Brownsville and Delores Cole brook-Bethel, the Hall, daughter of 1967.
schoolmarm Will Frank Reeves, the Washington, D. C. Mrs. Oleatha Hall Turner
attorney assist with legal aid In helping ousted House Richmond Heights Is a con, CONTINENTAL.CLUB
::,r member Adam Clayton Powell regain his seat?? Recom- testant for "Miss Cinderella" Join theNAACP OPEN
mended listening: Aretha Franklin's blues doughnut "Dr sponsored by Zeta Phi Beta -
t Feel Goodshades of Bessie Smith doing a command Sorority, Inc. The Cinde- Th NW! N11'"'

,: performance. rella Ball will be held to honor Ave.
"Miss Cinderella" April 21,
STUFF AND SUCH: Bill Stirrup the schoolprof and his PROUDLY PRESENTS
I{ missus Juanita, are kittenish -- 1967 Caddy, that Is. Gilbert Porter and Freddie Hadley, her associates; Rev.
Ditto Jackie Corbett, Mr. James Club Manager and Jimmie and Mrs. Arthur Leroy Maura from McKeesport. Pa., and \1
and Elease Reed of the postal service and schoolroom. They Bertram Maura from Chicago, her brothers During the .
all own snazzy-looking chariots '. Clotilda Mackey of the NEA conference in Washington, D. C., when representativesfrom
Seafood Mackey clan, should be back In Harlem by the time government, education, civil rights and publishingorgs l.,
you read about It here. Dr. George Simpson completed a attended, Dr. Gilbert Porter, special assistant to the, : :t I
panel of four who discussed "the present state of progressof deputy superintendent, represented Dade County schools I .
integration in Dade County" at the North campus of Miami- That's it brother from your one-man-newspaper, who : _. r ., \, "
Dade Junior College March 8. The discussion was sponsoredby and ,J. ,' .
knows everybody everybody's racket, but Is all ways 'f.'fdi. ,
Phi Delta Kappa, a professional men's honorary fraternity giving some poor sucker a breakl! l: ""-'r\l" I
In education Lillian Thomas is back at her JMH duties I '
after a week in Savannah), Ga at the bedside of her sister,

Cleo Shephard. Theme: "JabberwockGoes I The OrighnalDRIFmS;

SWEETS TREATS: Dorothy B. Davalt was among the his- Mod" Lovely Martha Williams
toric Escambia County signees who met in early Februaryas
the Escambia County Teachers Association and the Es- MARCH 23, 1961
cambia County Education Association merged to become the Hot Papa Turner
new Escambia Education Association Inez McKlnney- NORTHWESTERN SENIOR HIGH
Johnson's oldest daughter Sharon Dean, and her groomtobe DELTA SIGMA THETA Frank Williams AND HIS
will make their home in Carol City Regretfully so, ROCKETEERSFEATURING
but Miamians apparently are getting to love funerals. They 7:30 P.M.ADMISSION.
of all the oldtimers together for agabfest.
say it's one way getting
As the town grows bigger, old friends scatter to : "LITTLE BEAVER", LOUIS HOWARD
the four corners. But the death of any one of them brings Adults: $1.00-Children: 50* BOBBY MARSHAL, M. C.
about a friendly "reunion" Rose Dames, Carrie Brown
and Elizabeth Rolle's father buried from Temple Baptist

Saturday. Admission $1.00


end guest of the Horace (Cleo) Browns (uncle and aunt of TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE! Sunday Matinee. 6 to 9 FreeTHE
Look for Dr.
Robert (Mike) Taylor, the patrolman) .
Johnny L. Jones to be principal of the new Charles R. CONTINENTAL CLUB OPEN EVERY MITE
Drew Junior High when completed And Fletcher A. ACCOUNTING IS OUR PROFESSION
Paschal Jr. who forsook the school system for a fling at INCOME TAX MONDAY AMATEUR
EOPI has returned to his first love. He's been assigned TUESDAY CALYPSO BAND
assistant principal of Industrial education at Miami Jack- OUR SPECIALTY WEDNESDAY LADIES NITE
son Senior High. Willie George Franklin, Carlton Fisher
0. Culmer
and the Theodore (Annie'Iuth) Jones were among the visit- FREE
ing guests
Former attendant to AlberthaNelson's reign as Miss 8 A.M. 10 P.M. DAILY
FAMU Georgia Mae Clifton and Red Scales the Tennesseean, :TO MR. WALTER'S FASHIONS EASTER SUNDAY

I gave up the Volunteer State for permanent residency here 5264 NW 24 Ave. 635-8035 NEVER A DULL MOMENTWE
Infant Taran Patrick did not survive his Christian CAN BOAST BECAUSE WE OFFER THE MOST
Memorial Hospital arrival three weeks ago. FOR LESS
NAMES IN THE NEWS: Down from Tallahassee for the Special Rates:for.off Club Parties and
funeral services and burial of Leola Mackey-Pieze were: MIDWEST REALTY Fashion Shows Phon: 757-1041 or 691-4005
Fr. David N. Brooks, her priest; Purchasing Dept Head
Henry ROY patrl e. her boss: Mmes Susie K. Russell.


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The Par & Birdie Club of Miami is hosting the UnitedGolfers's sJ e li liC like what it
\ racial Isolation
Association Dinner-Dance on March 25, at the
j Biscayne Terrace Hotel.. This Is In conjunction with the '\
annual Winter Meeting of this organization In preparationfor
.' their annual tournament which is held In August. Eight where two-
pieces of our big band will furnish the music for this affair live, three out
and we are happy to know that now we do have such a attend schools
group to play for our affairs.. This will be their debut In proportion of
"Miami Society". George Wright is the band leader. Tic- all-white.Thus,
kets are $5.00 per person, and may be secured from any schools,
member of the Par and Birdie Club. This promises to be nation's class
one of the "big affairs" of the year, and Invitations have
been sent to our city and council officials to welcome these all along--that
delegates to Miami. Among those expected from other parts Schools with
,r of the country are: Maxwell Standord, president of UGA, by the com-
; from Philadelphia; Franklin T. Lett, promotional director, teachers,
from Detroit; Miss Mary Campbell, UGA secretary of demoralized
,I, Chicago; and Mrs. Parish Brown, tournament director of and attitudes of
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1 Y ,Esther; Rolle, talented actress more than two
from New York, made on to attending Inte
Rp her debut In Washington,D.C. She
recently at. the Arena State
Theater, .and walked off the by : way to over-
stage amidst resounding applause lent. better, say-
for her performance.Miss gro attempted to
Rolle, a Broadway star I and racial
I. ---" of screen and stage, came to. she are Isolated by

Ii t We have been asking for a red light at the corner of Washington directly from New Rolle
;1 58th stree and 10th avenue for over a year. A child was York where she was playing In that.
killed at that corner a couple of: weeks ago, and another the old Broadway production, hasty, since
serious accident occured there Just last week. It Is bad "Day of Absence and Happy failed understaffed
She Is the ninth of
enough that people cannot see the stop signs on these corners Ending. a She for ghetto
but cannot see In the northerly direction of 10th family of 18 children. All this achievements.
I I avenue. This Is due, in part, to the fact that there is a huge of them are dramatically inclined ness involving the
l-:?e overhanging the street, and the fact that 10th avenue she told a reporter. neighbor-
Is a "throught street" cohere there Is a 30 mile limit and Another sister, Mrs. Estelle land : range of teach-
an auto is hard to see until It Is "right there." This requestis Evans, played in the original tion that these pro-
again going to the city commissioners and other proper Broadway of "Take a Giant programs
Step," and also played the bad housing
channels, and we will see what happens.
housekeeper's role in "To

PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Sadie Temple Kill a Mockingbird" Eight tation thousand I

pretty boy of the week; Ed Lewis (EOPI)) dead members she,said..of, the family are citing Is example
I SECRETARY OF THE WEEK: Ruby Curry In t"I out well.
She was born at Pompano, in the re-
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Leroy Jefferies, Vice president Beach. After graduating from ber A danger In the
1 of Johnson's Publication spoke to the counselors at the Booker T. Washington School E. the stigma of
',I Brownsville EOPI, on the poverty program and the shaping of In Miami, Florida,she attended here, school
j America In the new era .Sammy Davis, Jr. and wife, Mai, Spelman College In Atlanta, Rolle. better ones.
are planning to spend a few days in Nassau enjoying the sun
and sand Lionel Hampton is swinging at the Eden Roc worthy cause of children at it say that
Clyde Killens Night In Nassau was a complete success. Mrs. please givel every nlckle helps. school segre-
Athalie Range, our city commissioner, was in attendance and some place to spend Palm for the
enjoyed it thoroughly. The next one is already being plannedfor Park Auditorium where the CIA
August 27th Al Symonette tells me why he had his Anniversary Cocktail Hour from 6
chest puffed out recently. His daughter, Hazel Louis Symo- good band and a floor show and a better edu-
nette, who attends Central State University. was selected says the door prize Is a console In such J
queen of that University. Central State was formerly Wil- That does It for this week. Till will de- j
berforce College, in Ohio,. Joe Louis is In town for some EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT. as other child-
dates on our golf courses Sir John's Knight Beat Is in a racially
closed ,again Par and Birdie Club had their annual
tournament last Sunday at Miami Springs. Al Mitchell won 1 because, as the
championship In the "A" Division, and Mayme Bondu In of value when
the "B" Division. Yours Truly was First in the "A" Flight races, when
and Booker T. Hayes won second. In the "B" Division, DIfIVE IN THEATIIE false notions of
Quentin;; North won first and Percy Rolle was second. by their school
Dick Renick is a good man to vote for In this election. If in human di-
you want to know what Frank Duboise and Mayme Bondu / b
are doing these days, they are campaigning for Renick. ," racism which
Tina Peree is now spinning records at the New "Soul- have to carry
] East." That Is the new addition to the Soul Club on 36th that federal
Street and NW second avenue Slappy White Is still In about racial
town. Not working anything but the horse at the track. .
Carlos Custin is an ace piano tuner. He worked for hourson
Mayme's 70-year-old upright the other morning. I would- !
n't have his Job Broke a tooth the other night eating a
steak at one of the "better" restaurants on the Beach, and dial.
; as afraid of dentists as I am, I decided to go to Fort Lauderdale -
,I to my good friend, Gordon Merritt, so he could hold my
!l band. (No I'm not funny that way). He gave me a needle and From ,
pulled the tooth, and I'm sitting there waiting for him to give G!
: me the needle. Painless dentistry? Well alrright. .We had
1 worked trying to get a benefit show together for Variety th
Children's Hospital, which would have starred Sammy Davis,
Jr., and others, but because time was so short, we had to M ,
cancel. Sammy, however, would like to ask all of his friends
who would have come to this benefit to stay home and have a
drink, and send the money that you would have spent to come GEORGE l :
to the show to Variety Children's Hosptlal, In the name of wtM
EOPI, who was sponsoring same. People who were trying to MAX M ,
help get this off the ground were Eugene Hogan, Director of GEORGE
Publicity for the Morris Lansburgh Hotel Chain; Jerry Bell 1 rMAVision* Color(v DELUXE h>MNiiMMFinHUii< i
Director of the Marine Stadium; Commissioners Irving NOW SHOWING ALSO
Christie and Athalie Range; EOPI Executive Director, Richard 1h ar/rn/ M r.n
we fherly; Dino Carras, area coordinator of EOPI;
Billy Rowe, director of publicity for Sammy Davis, Jr.;
Murphy Bennett, secretary to Sammy. Of course we cannot dis
'i forget the parts that Rita Matthews and Mel Green would I
have played In this benefit This was the "brain child" of
,J EOPI's Coordinator of Neighborhood Services, Sam Mon-
l' cur, and would have been sponsored by the Advisory Committees -
of the nine EOPI Centers. The idea has not been
given up, and somehow in the near future, the EOPI Per-
sonnel will be involved In helping to secure funds for the tJ'
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The Dillard High School played host to the State AA Dear Genie,
r Championship Tournament this past weekend. The Dillard I ma a broken-hearted girl, because the boy I love goes with
family wishes to thank the many citizens who providedthe someone else. Monday of last week, I found out that he was
appropriate housing for the participating teams in the going with another girl. When I found out, I was so mad that I
Basketball Tournament.Dutard' said I was going to kill him. him so much that I would do
anything for him. We have been going together for eight
their class at their
seniors received
$ rings months this month. Please Genie, tell me what to do besideskill
annual ring ceremony on Sunday, March 12 in Dillard'sGymnatorium. him.
The Beta Chapter of the Tri Hi Y culminatedthe Broken Hearted
day's activities by having an after-ring ceremony get-
Dear Broken Hearted
together at the YMCA. :
What do you do? Do him a favor, find yourself another boy. If
your "so-calledlove"fo this boy brings out the killer Instinctin
The Elks Lodge has a weekend jam packed with entertain- you, you don't need It or him. Your youth can never be re-
ment. Beginning Friday, March 17th the American Woodmenwill captured. Now Is the time you should be "dating." And I repeat -
sponsor a dance beginning at 10 p.m. "DATING" and having lots of fun. So he has another
r On Saturday, March 18th Mark Strong will sponsor a bare- girl--so what? He has his right, too. The right to see any or as
foot dance so come foot-loose and fancy free to this affair. many girls as he wants to. There is time enough to be
On Sunday,March 19th the Mt.HerrnonAME Church is spon- "Married" after the vows are said. My advice to you Is. -. .
soring a Fashion Show beginning at 5 p.m. Fashions for the Open your heart and your eyes and look around yourself. Who

Stylish Stout. knows what happiness you might find, but you'll never know if
you don't try.

TEENAGER OF THE WEEK The Gra-Y Basketball Tournament will be held April 1st Dear Genie,
.,' at 9 a.m. at Dillard's Gynmatorium. Trophies sponsored by My husband stays out all night. He's Just as good as gold all
Miss Rosemary Sylvania/ Jackson, daughterof .J Career Training Institute. week long, but, when pay day comes, he's a different person.
Mr. aJn Mrs. Clifford Jackson of 1641 NW 26th Sometimes I don't see him from Friday morning to Sunday
Avenue has been selected as a candidate for night. Then when he does come home,he is as meek as humble

the Debutante Cotillion/ sponsored by Zeta Phi I The Easter Holiday activities will begin at the YMCA on pie. He promises me every week, he Is going to do better, but
Beta Sorority, to be held April 28 at the Golden March 21st for boys with an overnite camp-out, a trip to he never does. I don't want to leave him, but I am sick and
tired of this. What should I do?
,I Gate Hotel, North Miami Beach, Florida. Ocean World, swimming; and other organized activities.On .

Rosemary is a senior at Nova High School, Stranded Wife

a member of the cloverettes girls club, Amicettes March 22, the girls will participate in the following ac-
and the Episcopal Young Churchwomen of St. tivities. On Thursday, March 23, from 4 til 6 p.m. Fun-Day Dear Stranded Wife:
7 Christopher's Episcopal Church. program for neighborhood boys. A patio social for junior and If I said leave him,you wouldn't would you? You're looking fora
'fl Rosemary is one of 36 lovely young ladies senior high boys and girls will be held from 7 p.m. til 10 p.m. crutch and I am not it, I'm sorry to say. You'll never say I
participating in a charm school designed to fur- told you to leave your husband and that's why you did. Think for
develop charm, personality, poise and character The Department of Music of the Everglades Junior High yourself, girl. Do what you want to do with this "little boy"
School will present "Builders," an Easter pageant, on Wed- you're married to. Mother him, pet him or love him, the decision -
Recently scored in the nesday, March 15th, at 7:30 p.m. in the school cafetorlum. is yours to make. You've made the bed, you either lie
Rosemary upper Admission is free. in it or get out.
percentile rank of a scholarship test adminis

tered by the national scholarship service and The Jabberwock's 21st For to that that that dare
Spring Ball will be held on April an answer question you have you
funds for Negro students. She has been invited at Galt Ocean Mile Hotel In the Continental Room. Entertain- not ask even your closest friend,write Dear Genie today; P.O.
..f, by several leading colleges and universities to ment by Bill Doggett. Tickets are $5.00.McBride's Box 8665, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
apply for admission. (Photo by Mizell).

.jjy......_. .,.1. .t.Kxl Irrwa,";.11..1It'/f..1. < Lodge No. 390 will hold a rally on Sunday, March
19th at 3 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Baptist Church, located at 12th and Men at First Baptist CelebrateThe
6th St. The purpose of the program is the building of a Ma-
d sonic Temple here In Ft. Lauderdale. The Worshipful Mas-

Broward ter Samuel McNair will be guest speaker. men of First Baptist social hour at the closeof

I Sport Scene The Holy Convocation of Eastern, Florida was held In celebrated Men's Day, Sun- the service climaxed the
Ft. Pierce, Florida on Sunday, March 12th' The sermon was day, March 12 under the theme day.
County s delivered by the State Bishop E. D. Johnson. "Man--The Channel of God's
Those representing the Penecostal District from Ft. Lau- Power." The guest speakerwas
BY NATHANIEL derdale were: Supt E. J. Anderson, Mother VideliaLaughlln, the eminent Father Theo- WE HAVE MOVED
Sister Susie Rogers, Sister Melissa Brannon, and Deacon dore Gibson of Christ Epis-
Phillip Williams. copal Church, Miami.
Every sport-bug knows a true champ when he sees one. The social affair of the season is staged for March 31st at The day was filled with suc-
Under pressure, this is the person that excels beyond his nor- the Bayfront Auditorium in downtown Miami. This programthe cessess financially and spin
mal capabilities. I, as one of some 4,000 basketball fans am "Grand Orchid Ball" presented by Phi Beta Sigma Fra- tually. The celebration began STYLINGfrom
pondering the question, "Is Owen Harris as great as we had ternity, Inc. and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. promises to be with the 7:30 morning wor-
marked him up to be?" Even some say he is not in a class an affair to be remembered. Miss Sigma Sweetheart will be ship. Mr. Joseph Smith, instructor -
with Joe Bynes. crowned during half time.A at Everglades Junior 781 NW 22nd Rd.

High School bringing the chal- to:
hardy note of congratulations to the Men's Day task forceof lenge. Mr. Samuel dukes,City 1295 NW 6 STREETFt.
Every golf bug knows that when a pro's putting goes sour, First Baptist Church (Piney Grove) chaired by dedicatedand Parks and Recreation,brought Lauderdale Fla.
he hasn't Chinaman's
chance of
a beating a good amateur let ,
conscientious Robert L. Smith who presented an outstanding the challenge for the 7 p.m.
alone another pro. These type of things happen in all sports Men's 525-8652
Day celebration last Sunday, March 12th. The men evening service.
and it was never more evident as last Saturday night In Dillard
chased the theme "
: "Man:The Channel of God's Power. Coach
Gymn. Basketball lovers will be asking for long time, "What Joe L. Smith the New Wigs from $39.95up.
began day long celebration with
a stimulating
The Men's Day Chorus, under -
really happened to Owen Harris of Blanche ?"
message at 7:30 a.m. The Rev. Theodore Gibson, rector of the direction of Deacon Styling still $5.00
As we all know take its foil of
sports big men as well as Christ
Episcopal Church of Coconut Grove gave a stirringand Floyd Colden and Rev. C, V.
little ones. In trying to cometoanunbias decision I will have
very timely message to the capacity audience at 11 Mrs. Petersen
to take three questions under consideration. Did the pressureof and a.m. Ford, pastor, at the organ Prop.
as Joseph Carter said when introducing Father Gibson
was magnificant.
a championship cause him to choke? Was Dillard's defense
"He belongs to all of us."Father Gibson challenged the
that tight? Or, did Hrris have an off night? city audience to "survey the land" and take their opportunity capa
Did the pressure of the championship cause him to choke? to serve.
Many pros have admitted that at certain times In their careers
they have succumbed to pressure of this type. But on second Mr. Samuel Dukes, Instructor at Dillard Elementary
thought, I would have to admit that Joe Bynes had the same School was the guest speaker for the evening service which la Petite
problem staring him in the face. As the final score indicated, together with the social committee's program in the social
Bynes kept his cool. hall of the church climaxed the day long activities which wasa
fitting tribute to the First Baptist new first family, Beauty
Rev. and Mrs. C. V. Ford and family will certainly be a n
As for Dillard's defense, I have seen them much tighter
than they were Saturday. In fact, Bynes defensed Harris bet- asset to the Ft. Lauderdale community. The handsome couple &
ter three weeks ago in the final meeting between the two In and four very talented children, Patricia, Cornelius, BenJa- Wig
regular season play. In that game I believed Harris was har- min and Aida reside at 1312 NW 4th Street, for citizens who
rassed more than anytime during his varsity career.And with want to send greetings and notes of welcome from the com-
the lead Dillard had mid-way the third quarter, their defense munity.The
couldn't have been-too hot for they had to go into overtime to 100% HginaB
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THE MI AMI TIMES, Friday March 17, 1967 11

NEWS, FROM IN AND 2 "little Schools" To Be Built In Manor ParkA I

""": I"-.J '\J. -.. proposal for an experi- jetted to the destruction of and city officials have not indicated was purchased by the. city,

AROUNDf\THE\ BAHAMAS mental school in Manor Park their homes.If whether they will sell not dedicated to It for park
was worked out Monday by the School Board approvesthe the land back to the former use, so the proposed transfer

,,, ,_ ... .4ti' -- -' '.-,:. Miami officials and represen- plan on Wednesday, two of home owners or use It to ex- should be legal, he said.
tatives of Dade County school the 12-classroom schools pand the parks.

Bahamian-based insurance Ben Hamilton, about 68, died board. would be built in Manor Park Legal questions about the Officials say the three little
companies operating abroad Feb. 14. He was a veteran of The school site was suggested and one would be built opposite use of the parks for schools schools are needed to relieve
and filching the public, are World War I and served on by the city commissionerslast a small city park at apparently h a v e been resolved severe overcrowding at Alla
due to get a knockout blow the Home Defense Force during week as a compromise NW 45th St. and 11th Ct. City Manager M. L. pattah Elementary. They will
when the House of Assembly World War n. He was a between school officials, who The board will give the other Reese said Monday. The seg- take care of about 350 pre-
approves a new Insurance bill member of the staff of the had planned tearing down more two sites on NW 47th Terr ment of land in Manor Park schoolers and kindergarten,
that is soon to be presented. public Works Department for than a dozen houses to build and 8th Ave. and llth Ave., which the board would use first and second graders.'
Authorities said that for $60an many years and was charge three "little schools" near In return to the city for the .
Insurance company can be of the Garden of Remembranceup Allapattah Elementary School, parkland.
ith formed In the Bahamas then to the time of his death. and Negro residents who ob- Small parks adjoin both sites

'as present itself abroad as a'
tI "duly Incorporated Eahamlan CENTRAL LIFEwal
do or British company."
:ht They Issue phony certIfi- : : t
es cates, make extravagant pro. founded In 1922.
mises and after they have madea
success of the fraud, they .-Offer some of the Industry's most generous and
silently disappear. Usuallytheir llbtrol Insurance contracts.
U promises are too good to
ct be true. .Markets a complete portfolio of Lift and Hospitalplantsindividual
3- and fanilycovtrogt upto$50,000.00.
* * '
' The Paradise Bridge, which .Has 45 years of proven strvict to over 10,000 latisfitd '
18Je links Nassau to Paradise Island poUcyoWII.Hal' ....
Is scheduled for com-
. pletion March 15, accordingto paid moro than $10,000,000 to living policy.
10If the project manager. .Being L'1' 1 owners and beneficiaries since its organization.
built by the Mary Carter
Paint Company, it was tohave -Offers to qualified young people with a high school
been finished In December.The or college background, o source of dignified and re.
ill March deadline dependson mUII.ratlVlIloYII.nt with a golden opportunity
n. everything going accordingto for advancement.
1YIe plan. The bridge Is the first
, of Its kind in the Bahamas and .Has been in the vanguard in every movement for
ut will be means of steady flow of .s racial justice and uplift during' the past four decades.
ad vehicular transportation between p oS The Company proud of its history this respect.
the two points. 4
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or ing builder, and was the sonata
Ltikemla Feed Drive March 17-24
II first class builder. Many of Society Central Life Insurance
;the historic houses in Nassau
built by him. He Is sur- The Dade County Leukemia and 19, Is Mrs. Robert King Raising the money to finance
I" were
e- vived by five sons, John,Bernard Society will hold its 1967 drive High. Co-chairman of Tag the research that will end era-to Company of Florida
leukemia Is the
Jean Anthony and the for funds the week of March Days are Mrs. Robert Shevln dicate
1e ,
17-24. Over 13,000 people will and Mrs. Milton Wallace. which the Leukemia Society
Rev. Eric G. Dillet(Wiscon- 1416 North Boulevard
march and dignitaries of America Is dedicated. .
sin); seven daughters; Mrs. many March has been proclaimed '
re Clarence Garland, New York, are working in key positionsto "Leukemia Month" by the Go- TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO Tampa Florida 33607
o. Mrs. E. A. Isaacs, Miami; put this drive for $75,000 vernor of Florida, Claude CHURCH SUNDAY ,
Mrs. E. H. Moore,Miss Daisy across. Kirk, Dade County Mayor
Duet, Mrs. C.' M. Harris, Chuck Hall, and the mayorsof
Mrs. M. E. Allen; 36 grand- The 1967 Campaign chairmanfor the 27 municipalities that .. of A Sellout .yo.: "
children and 12 great grand- the state of Florida is Senator make up Dade County. : Repeat
children. George L. Hollahan, Jr.
3e Booster chairman for the second Leukemia is a disease which -tr
Is radio and tele- affects the blood forming organs "' ,iJ. 1" '
year !
* * MR : 4! : r,
; vision personalityLarryK1ng. of the body. There is no ,
The Rev. Edwin Taylor, after -
Ie Honorary chairman for Dade known cure for this killer A4 "
serving as pastor of Wes-
ley MethodistChurchformore County Is Mayor Robert King which strikes all ages,'races, :WALTERS" :
than eight years, left Nassauon High. Co-chairmen of the 1967 religious, ethnic and economic
Leukemia Drive are come- In the last ten
groups. years i
Feb. 23 for Antigua, wherehe dians Lou Marsh and Tony, research has made great *PROUDLY PRESENTS it
will the of
accept position
secretary of the Conference Adams. Honorary chairmanfor strides in prolonging the life + HIS ANNUAL .
the 1967 Tag Days which of leukemia victims.Researchwill
Methodist Church in the
will take place throughoutDade provide the ultimate solution Student
Caribbean and the Americas.He .
served at Cat Island and County on March 17. 18 to this dread disease. J ". .::

Andros before coming to Wes
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were given several parties the : ATTENTION CHURCHESThe ,,' ..
week of their departure. / i

* * S i Gold Coast Missionary Baptist Association *:' ONE ; : \7 ,.,11t" \ .

Kendal Pinder, who was cordially invites you to attend the installation .
charged with the murder of
Emmanuel Etienne, a Haitian, services of its officers, March DAY :

near Eight Mile Rock Grand 19, 1967, 7:30 p.m. at the New Bethany sr *

)) Baham acquitted, last by a September Supreme ,Court was Baptist Church, 268 NW:68th: Street. The SALE ii11*

Jury on Feb. 24. Finder was public is invited. Rev. F. L. Carter is host -
'. charged with shooting Etienne, minister. *
but the evidence was contra- *, *
dictory, and the jury gave

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12 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday March 17, 1967 _

Ii I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I Pioneer Opa-Iocka RICHARDSON.Mrs. Annie Mae Hall. John-

President Dies son of 6116 SW 62nd Terr.,
at 74 Apt. 3 died March 11. The

remains will lie In repose at
IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMWhat Ernest Ingram, 74, of 14261 Opa-locka's first street and the funeral home from Thurs-
I. IN MEMORIAMIn NW 23rd Court, Opa-locka, drove the city's first truck.He day 11 a.m.until time of remo-

loving memory of the late died Thursday at a local hospital was made special custodian of val Friday to Coleman's Fu-
memory of JOHN W. PINKNEY would we give to see her Funeral services will beheld the city playgrounds In 1963.A Funeral Home, West Palm

Into our heart's treasuryWe smile Saturday 1 p.m.at Greater plaque was given him by the Beach. Funeral services will

slipped a coin, YOU To sit and talk for Just awhile, New Bethel Baptist Church. city commissioners when he be held Saturday at 2 p.m. r

That time cannot take Though absent, she is always Mr. Ingraham was a native ofOpellka retired and the Magnolia Gar- at Primitive Baptist Church,

Nor a thief purloinOh -- near, Ala. He came toOpa- dens Park was renamed in his West Palm Beach. Burial in I

better than the mintingOf Still loved, still missed, still locka In 1926, the year the honor. The playground at 2100 West Palm Beach. Survivorsare I'

a gold-crowned kingIs very dear. city was founded and worked at Burlington, is now Ingram husband, Samuel; two sons "

the safe-ketp memory In memory of our loving mother Opa-locka City Hall for 37 Park. Earnest and Colson; Father, j
Of a lovely thing-YOUR LIFE. years, retiring in May of 1964. He Is surved by two daugh-
,I ... ... Lonnie Williams;four sisters, 1
Two years have passedsinceyou '\"a"av4 ," He was the city's oldest em- ters, Mrs. Irma Skiles and Mrs. Grace Wilson, Mrs. t
departed this life March ployee. Mrs. Wllda Johnson;brother I
1 '. Mary Jones,Mrs.Bell Holmes
A 20, 1965, but fond memories "" \ Known by his friends as Rab- Jim,and agranddaughterMiss and Mrs. Dorothy Sterry.
linger on.Alzellna. bit, Mr. Ingram helped build Creta Skiles .'

4 { J. Pinkney, wife ': Elisha Manning of 3215 NW i

{ Vivilora P. Green, sister ALBERT RANGE. .. 22nd Ave., Dania, died March ::

13.Funeral I
IN Mack of 712 NW 14 services will be held {
MEMORIAM Hayes Ernest Ingram of 14261 NW ,
In sad but loving memory place, apt. 5 died March 1. 23rd Court died March 9. He1 Saturday at 4 p.m. at Mt. {;

of our dear father and mother, nrI I Services were held on Mon- Is survived by two daughters, ,Zion Baptist Church, Miami.
1 day morning from the Liberty Mmes. Irma Skiles and Wllda''Survivors are two sisters,
Mrs. Annie M. Coleman and
-- --- MRS. MALVlflA UAVIS city chapeL Survivors are Johnson; agranddaughter :
MRS. SELENA IRIS SEARS who departed this life, March two brothers, Althea and Ed- Miss Creta Skies; a brother, j Mrs. Ola Chivers; three half-

who departed this life March 14, 1960. die; three sisters,Mmes.Til- Jim. Funeral services will beheld brothers, Raymond, Ochlaand

8, 1965. Seems like she Is Just { We cannot clasp your hand, lie Baker, Eloise Lumpkin, Saturday, March 18 at 1'John Henry Manning Jr.

away.I Your face we cannot see, Sarah Hayes. p.m. at Greater New Bethel
Burle Mitchell of 3245 NW 52
cannot say, I will not
say But let this little token tell Baptist Church. ,
She Is dead, she Is Just away We will remember thee. Mrs. Ode Lee Hixson of Street died March 14.

With a cheery smile and a II 1021 NW 76th St. died Mar. 0. B. Hilton of 5420 NW, Funeral services will be held ')I,

wave of the hand Our family circle has been 3. Survivors are four daugh- 5th Avenue died March 10.Saturday, 1:30 p.m. at St.
She wandered Into an unknown ters Mmes. Laura Hammond John Baptist Church, MiamI -
\ broken, He Is survived by a wife,
land. A link has gone from our Sallie. O'Neal, Christine 0- Martha; four children; his pa-1 Survivors are a wife,
It Is sad and not the love of It chain wens, Willie Glen Billins; rents, Mr. and Mrs. Davis Hannah; one daughter, Mrs.

Still Is the Saviour I say But though we are parted for eight sons, Samaon, Robert, Hilton; two brothers, Thomas.Thelma Robinson, two sons,
She Is not dead, she Is Just awhile, Edward, Elijah, Charlie, Howard and Dave; one sister, two sons, Charlie and Willie;

away. We know we will meet again. Isiah, Richard; three Marie Hicks. His remains ll five brothers j James,Johnnie, '1
The love Is the same and sisters, two brothers. Remains be shipped on Thursday, Nathaniel, Walter and Herald;
We will see you some day. REV. & MRS. E. M. THOMAS will be three sisters Mrs. Catherine
James Alexander Davis, shipped on March 17 to Mannings, South ,
who departed this life March
son, Miami, Fla. Thursday evening to Griffin Carolina where burial and Garland, Annie Bell Burkin,
James Sears, husband 19, 1958 and March 22, 1963. Frances Jane Davis, Ga. for final rites and bu- final rites will be conducted. Mrs. Emma Maxwell and a
Mrs. Hortense Mingo A precious one from us is host of other ;
daughter, Miami rial. Edward Murphy, Jr. of Sir relatives. h
daughterMrs. gone, a we love is still,
Margaret Clark John's Hotel died March 10.
Helen Gorden,daughter a place is vacant in our hearts Tarvin E. Primus of 1705
Miami His remains to
daughter, were shipped
James Ferguson son that can never be filled. All NW 4th Ct. PApt 25 the Infant
Joseph C. Davis Jr. Chicago, Illinois where burial
is dark within
our dwelling, son of Mr. Eugene Primus
son, New York City and final rites will be con
CARD OF THANKSThe lonely are our hearts today, Albertha B. Ferguson and Brenda E. Cooks, died ducted. Why
for the ones we love so dear- March 3. Services will beheld

family of the late ly, have forever passed away. Evelyn daughter Gibson, Boston, Mass. In the Liberty City Chapel Mrs. Margaret Sweedenbergof The

Mrs. Sally Thomas daughter, Miami on Friday, 12 noon. 158 NW 18th Place, Opa-

Mrs. Daisy M. Lewin, Prince Farrington, locka died In Orlando, Fla. Christian '.:
Roberts 354 NW 8th
DaughtersIN brother, Miami Henry She is survived by a daughter,
St. died March 5. Survivors
r Ruth Hankerson, Mrs. B. Steward and other .
two sisters Mmes. Mo- Science
R MEMORIAMIn sister, West Palm Beach are relatives. Funeral serviceswill
Y diva Johnson, Viola Hale of. __,
Grandchildren, nieces be held Saturday March
Philadelphia. Pa., two brothers 18 at 4 p.m. in Bethany Seven Monitor

memory of'T ._"" Melvin and William. Day Adventist Church "
Arrangements will be announ-
ced the local at recommends
over news a
Willie Edward Arrington 4,
Evans Mitchell of 2160 Washington of 2304 NW 71st Lane was a

Avenue, Opa-lockadied James Butler, Jr. of 271 victim of an accident recently. you read

March 6. Services were held NW 10th St. Apt. 201 died He is survived by a mother,

ELNORA SEYMOURwho { u Sunday at New Jerusalem Baptist March 6. Survivors are wife, Mrs. Addle Arrington, two your localnewspaper

was solemlzed with a Church In Liberia. Elizabeth; one son, Richard, brothers; one sister; his

Mass of Requiem on Satur- William Nix, 1871 Wilmington one daughter, Coletha, four grandparents. Funeral services

day, March 11, 1967, wish to St., Opa-locka died March sisters, uncles, aunts. Ar- were held Tuesday, :j
thank all for cards,telegrams, 8. Survivor are two sisters, rangements are incomplete. March 14 at 2:30 p.m. In the

floral pieces, words and expressions Mesdames Elizabeth Johnson, chapel.SUPPORT. Your local newspaper Is i wide-range .
of sympathy as well .. 4dp. Mary Roberts of Key West; two Roosevelt Bradley of 167 SW newspaper with many features. Its
emphasis Is on local news. It also
brothers Thomas andWillard 4th St. Homestead died March
as gifts and services. Not ; reports the major national and international
meaning to forget anyone or stepmother, Mrs. Florie Nix 4. Arrangements are incom- news.

anything, we especially wishto rr of Key West, one aunt, Mrs. plete at this time. THE MONITOR COMPLEMENTS YOUR
thank the Range Funeral Phoebe Johnson. Services LOCAL PAPER I
Evans died
Mitchell March
were held in the Opa-locka We specialize In analyzing and Interpreting
Home and its staff Rev. YOUR
6. Survivors are two sons
chapel Saturday.Mrs. the important national and
H.E.s. Reeves, the Vestry Irvin and Willie James; two international news. Our Intention is
Committee of the Transfigu- MRS. STELLA W. NELSON sisters, Mmes. Julia Riley, YMCASAVE to bring the news into sharper focus.
Sallie Williams of 850
ration and the Rev. Father who departed this life March Jettie B. Fort of Hollywood, The Monitor has a worldwide staff ol
EHsha S. Clarke, Jr., vicarof 11, 1965. NW 4th Ave. Apt. 16 died a brotherProfessor Mit- correspondents-some of them rank
the Transfiguration. The re'Is a blessed home beyond March 11. Survivors are one among the world's finest. And the
this land of woe, sister, Mrs. Jimmie J. R. chell. Arrangements are incomplete Monitor's incisive, provocative edi
Dennis brother Willie at this time. torials are followed just as closely
Where trials ; one ,
never come nor
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tears of sorrow flow Mrs. Pauline Brant, 10475SW are by the Intelligent, concerned
Leroy L. Irving, son of We love her, but God loves Mmes. Blanche Gartrell and 174th Terr., Perrine died .DM adult on Main Street.
Mrs. Lena Irving,Miami,died her best. Edna Sanders. Services March 8. Survivors are husband Auto Insurance WHY YOU SHOULD TRY THE MONITOR '
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Irving; one grandson, StephenL. tor of the Rock of Ages Bap- 3 p.m. at Antioch Baptist PLAZA INSURANCE :

Irving; a mother, one 4 tist Church. Services were Church in Carol City. AGENCY street

J sister, Mrs. Lillian L Jones, held Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at Phone: 754-4951 City _
Miami. Two brothers,A.Louis New Shiloh Baptist Church.
NW 7tfr
and Lacey; four nieces and GreetingslChurch Avenue state ZIP Code

one nephew one aunt, Mrs. Jimmy Francis, 2337 NW 51 of God and --------- PB16A

Annie Bennett, Key West; one St., died March 12. Survivorsare
daughter-in-law, two sisters- wife, hone; two sons, two Saints of Christ

in-law; four brothers-in-law, daughters, one stepdaughter, All HaM!
and a host of other friends -- one stepson, mother, Mrs. 1st LINCOLN MEMORIAL CEMETERY
and relatives. McINTOSHwho Annie Mae Houston, stepfa- Cor. 1:1-2
Barbara N. Irving and ther John Henry Houston Judo 1:24-25:
Mrs. departed this life ;;one
mother, Lena Irving wish to 19, 1960. Gone, but not for''grandmother..' Services will be P. 0. Box 170 3001 NW 46th Str..t NE 4.4197 I!r

thank the friends of Miami and gotten. May she rest inpeace held Saturday 12 noon at An- Northwest Branch
Key West, who sent cards of tioch Baptist Church.Remains E. JOHNSON Manager OX 1.9199
sympathy, flowers and other Josiah McIntosh, husband will then be shipped on Sun- 33147

expressions of kindness during Lula Mae Jonesdaughter day to Quincy, Fla. for final Evangelist Hamilton I
their bereavement. Richard Rolle, son rites and burial. '

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Omega Psi Phi Seventh District: Blind Masseur Gets Temporary!

Meeting in West Palm leach Job Through EOPIThe

The 30th Annual Seventh Dis- the Palm Beaches are brush-
trict Regional Meeting of ing up their welcome mats Economic Opportunity from two car accidents.These

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity and are working extremely Program, Inc., agency that accidents, however, did not
be held in West Palm Beach, .hard in the preparation of fights the war on poverty in lead to any permanent physical -
Florida on March 23, 24, and numerous activities for the Dade County, came to the .disability and be has
25. The Headquarters will be visiting delegates and Quettes. rescue of blind Willie C. Coffee since recovered.For .
centrally located West Palm Brother Herbert H. Bridwell 49, masseur, who lives the past two years Mr.
I Beach Public Library Lecture Basileus of the Host Chapter; alone at the Sir John HoteL Coffee has been unemployed YI pAr.
Room. The George Washington brother Charles S. Munnings,. Miami. living on only$75.00 per month
and Holiday Inn Hotels located District Marshall; Brother from State Welfare as aid to
J' in the immediate area of the Emmett N. Cooper, District the blind.
I headquarters will house the Talent Hunt Chairman. When the EOPI learned of
i! brothers and their families.The For the 30th Annual Seventh his dilemna they Immediately
Brothers of Kappa Up- District Meeting, the word La referred him to the Jewish
silon Chapter are very pleased "All Roads Lead to the Palm Vocational Service where he
that we will have one of the Beaches." received prevocational train-
founders, Brother Edgar A. Ing consisting mainly bench
Love in attendance. Brother assembly work, operatingsmall
Love will participate in many machinery, such as mechanical _
aspects of the program. He saw and drill press.
will serve as a panelist dis- WN However, his desire to work
cussing the convention theme, as a masseur and his determination
"Reality, Reason and Responsibility resulted increased
Fundamentals of the efforts to place him in suet
Great Society." Other participants r employment. A vocational
on the three day pro- I counselor at JVS, after man,'' .+Y
gram will be Brother H. Albion unsuccessful attempts, final;
Ferrell, Grand Chaplain, found an employer who agree)
who will make the keynote Mr. Coffee has sunereotrom to hire him after a trial periodMr.
address; Brother(Dr.)Cleveland bilateral glaucoma resultingin Coffee was found to b

L. Dennard, Banquet s -- ..- gradual loss of vision and professionally competent anu
Speaker; Brothers Casbus W. has been totally blind for 16 personally accepted and 25fh Wedding Anniversary
Richardson and(Attorney) Smiling Eddie Lee Pitt- years. consequently started to workas

Charles F. Wilson from the man, popular local busI- He received training in a masseur on January 23, Bishop and Mrs. Earl Wallace celebrated'their 25th

Atlantic Regional Office, nessman, is the new crafts, mobility and braille at 1967 at the Regency Hotel Silver Anniversary on February 26, 1967 at their home,
Equal EmploymentOpportunity owner of the Dive.lnn Daytona Beach and then tooka Spa, Collins Avenue, Bal Har 76001 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-lokca, Fla./ With Bishop
Commission; Brother(Dr.) Bar, 1772 NW 79th St. course in massage and obtained bour, at a salary of $300 per Leonard Josey 01 De/ray Beach and pastor of the Churchof
J. T. Brooks, District Representative a Florida license as month plus tips. Although this Cod, Miami, presiding. And also with a great numberof
and other district 691-9431. He in- masseur in 1958. He was self- is only a seasonal Job and will
their friends. Wallace
officers. vites all his old friendsto employed until 1964, but had terminate end of April, every Bishop Earl Is now postering
There will be work and fun come and meet new to cease work at that time because effort is being made to place at the Church of Cod, 2036 NW 153rd Street, Opa-locka,

for all brothers, their wives; friends. Everyone wel of injuries sustained him in a permanent position. Florida Adamsfoto.
visitors, and guests.Tentative
come. ( I indf)
schedule of activities: Thurs- Custom Kitchens By
day, March 23, Registrationand

District First Talent Plenary Hunt Program Session;, SALE PARTY SEPTIC TANK TROUBLE?? KITCHEN DECOR, INC.

8 p.m., Roosevelt Elementary
School; Get Acquainted Party. There' will be a sale party When your uptlc tank drain begin '0. girt you KITCHEN REMOLDELING/APPLIANCES
for the benefit of the Class of
Friday, March 24, Registration trouble, don't fast or curse, coil us. Chopmai. CONSTRUCTIONROBERTS.KONHAUZER
1947 of School
Second and Third Ple- Dorsey High Washington NW section Coll HE 5.9089'
Saturday, March 18 at the ,
nary Sessions; 7:30 p.m.,DIs-
trict Banquet and Formal home of Mrs. Doris Williams 16207 NE 13th Ave.-N. Miami Beoch.Fla.
at 1530 NW 64th Street. All
Saturday, March 25,
Final Plenary Session. members of the class are. 949-1742 in
The Brothers and Quettes in urged to attend._ I
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(Richmond Heights) Seventh Annual Women'sDay SALTER'S CHAPEL
Rev. H. R. Salmon pastor
Rev. B. L. Turner, pastor

Mrs. R. Harrington, reporterThe at New ProvidenceLEENETTE Betty Morant, reporter

Week of Prayer for Home Our Spring Rally ended last I

Missions made our hearts rejoice Sunday and we would like to,

} with thanks toGodfor one thank all our friends for attending I

NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. soul that was added to the our services.The DRAKE MEMORIAM
Christian family. Junior Church is still

Sunday begins our Youth Fridays at 5 2nd
meeting on p.m. 5800 NW Avenue
W. E. Sims pastor
L. Week. Our young people from We would like to have all the Rev. Janus W. Dunn, pastor
Mary Mayfield reporter
our Mission In Liberty City mothers to send their kids out

Remember our Men's Day and the Church will work to- to participate in the many pro- members The pastor give, officers thanks to God and

P Observance Sunday, April 30. action this week to put into grams that are planned for for the spiritual and financial
the things they have the church.
The men are working hard to
reward last Our
on Sunday.
', been trained for in church The funeral of the late Sis.
make this the best Men's Day
first Men's Day was a grand
work. Their theme for this held
Flossie Marshall was
in the history of New Hope. success. Thanks to the follow-
it will occasion Is "Youth Participating here at the church on Tues-
With cooperation, who their
your ing men gave ser-
in Worship. would like
day at 11 a.m. We
be.The State Convention will If our youth today could be introduced to send Mrs. Marshall all our vice to the program: Mssr:
J. Coney J. Stromon J. Red-
to Jesus the
as per- in the regards of
convene at Mt. Zion Baptist fect child Instead of holding .:\. sympathy dick, H. Sharpe, D. Blue, J.
.. sister.
Church of Orlando Fla. April .,t1i. her departed
,{/ Brooks, U. Morris, H.Wim-i
to the fallible ,
their "
up gaze i Jf" Saturday
; As before every ,
4th through 9th. Rev. N. G. berly, J. Hart, R. Dunn G.
it ;
heroes of might
history, go In the basement of
we are
On Thurs"l'day
Stageers, pastor. Carter C.Mitchell F.Clarke
far in delin ,
curbing Juvenile
PENNINGTON NAOMI SYMONETTE the church. We are also ask
night, April our pas- Deacons English M. Johnson
Teach the child the ,
quency. that and giveus
tor will conduct the services. ing you
flower of youth to pattern his The chairman, Mrs. Thelma tog ladies will be worth your a helping hand. D. Dukes, W. Green,C.Tripp,
and all
The choir, ushers, C. Perkins E. Pecke L. Mi-
life after Jesus because the Pla and co-chairman Mrs. ,
Interested members are expected time to come and hear them. This coming Sunday, we will
flower of youth never appears Sallie Carline, along with the There will be panel discus- attend church at the First kell and Bro. William Tripp.
to attend.
more beautiful than when it other ladies of the church have sion during BTU at 5:30 p.m. .Chapel AME Church in Per- Our speakers, Mr. P. Range
Easter Sunrise ser-
Our bends toward the Sun of been busy planning for their Commissioner Athalie Range rlne. We will leave at 9:30 and Mr. W. Smith remindedthe
held with
will be Jointly
vices men to "Stand Up and Be
New Shiloh Baptist Church Righteousness.Rev. Seventh annual Woman's Day will be among panelists. Wo- and no later than 9:45. Pleasebe "
Joseph Coats will bring which will be held this Sunday, man's Day is a day of oppor- present and on time. Counted.
at 5 The ser-
beginning a.m. the In our morning March 19 beginning with the and fellowship filled The Male Chorus of Jack-
vices will be held at New message Let us keep in mind that our
worship services. We will Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. with information, both spin second quarterly conferencewill son HIghdirectedbyMr.Speed

Shiloh. worship with New Bethany Appearing on program as tual and educational. You are be held at the church, rendered melodious and spi-
Our annual Easter Pageantwill
Baptist Church during the morning speaker will be Mrs. Invited. ; rited music for the occasion.
Friday March 17 promptlyat
be held at 5:30 p.nu ,
Easter Sunday at the church. evening services, Rev. Fred Leenette Pennington and evening Rev. C. J. Burney is pastor 8. Let us all keep this in Thanks to our chairman,
Carter is pastor. sneaker is Mrs.NaomiSy- and Claudia Wilson is reporter. mind and attend please. Frank McKoy and cochairman -

ACTIVITIES Let us pray daily for those uonette. These two outstandFRIENDSHIP All boards are asked to have Leroy Richardson.A soe-
: cial thanks to our friends who
who are depressed or ill at a written report. Let us remember -
this time. Remember they gave their time and money to
Dinner sale Saturday,March MIAMI DISTRICT that all reports must
who wait on the Lord shall renew our drive a success.
be Rev. Salmon before -
signed by
18 at the home of Sister Ber- LAYMEN'S MEETINGThe Deacon Clyde Perkins is
their strength. Rev. J. E. Jenkins being read in the conference ,
1090 NW 39th ,
nice "The Man of the Year" at
St. Phone 634-4072.Spoosors: Ruby Lee Carr, reporter or signed by the pre- Drake Memorial.

Ushers' Board No. 1. ST. PAUL AME Miami District Laymen siding elder.
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Hear Ye Hear Ye All Members meeting was held at Mt. Zion
March We
Dinner sale Saturday, were very happy to have
18 at the home of Brother Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor : We are preparing for the AME Church, Saturday, Feb. one Joinforces with our church CHRIST EPISCOPAL
Mary Amos, reporterOur State Convention.Get r e d 25th Homestead Fla.,with Rev.
a ,
Clem Adams, 4230 NW 11th y, last Sunday. If you ever feel Rev. Theo. R. Gibson rector
Avenue. Phone: 633-7817. church will be beautifully for we are going to make the TCTD. Brooks, pastor. It wasalso the need for a church, feel Antoinette Silva reporter

Barbecue will be sold all decorated for Palm Sunday, trip to Orlando in great num- the 21st anniversary of free to come and join us. ,

day Saturday, March 18 at which is Sunday. Plan now to bers April 7th. the Miami District and elec- Let us continue to pray for Sunday is the day most churchgoers
There tion of off leers.Mr. Zack Ferguson look forward to--Palm
the church. attend services all day. will be a musical pro- our boys overseas and In the

Attention all parents: Please gram Sunday coming at 3 p.m. was re-elected presi- armed forces. Let us also Sunday. The receiving of
The Young Women's Auxi- in behalf of dent where he has served 18 and the Palm
have all of your children out Angela Scott, who pray for the sick and shut-ins. Sunday
liary will have a Fellowship on Monday. and Friday., afternoon Is running for Miss Friend years. I With Mr. Ferguson as procession is a tradition in

Program, Friday, March 17, so that we may have ship. Please support your con president, the Miami Districtis this area. Our service will
at 8 p.m. Sponsor:Sister Beu- testants. If onward and at the time with
decked our list and make you weren'tinservice moving upward. begin regular

lah Woody. sure that names are on the last Sunday, you misseda ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. the Palm Sunday procession

Baptismal services will beheld program and that we may great occasion. Baptismal The conference branch pre- following the distribution of

Thursday night, March Fellowship was extended during sident was very happy to see the palms.
have a chance to hear their J. W. Stepherson, pastor
16 at 8 p.m. Please come out speeches before Easter. service to'the 13 candi- many new faces and pray that Our rector was guest speakerfor

and enjoy this beautiful ser- Your children have prepareda dates who were baptized In they will continue. The pre- The women have started to the Men's Day program in

vice with us.Remember. wonderful program for your early morning service at Jor- sident, Mr. Ferguson, wishesto : work for our Wom n's Day Ft. Lauderdale Sunday.. The
to pray for our dan Grove. thank the pastor, Rev K. D. Episcopal churchmen
sick and enjoyment. We beg you to take the fourth Sunday in May. young
shut-ins. time out and come to hear Group 2 women and men are Brooks for a spiritual feast Dinners will be on sale at the Miami Deanery will spon-

them at their best Sunday, sponsoring a Fashion and mu- for the soul, and officers and the church, Saturday, March sor its annual Speech Talent
sical program Saturday members of the District for a 19 from Contest on Sunday March 19
March 26 a 6:30 p.m. ,April 11 to 3 p.m. We invite ,
MT: ZION AMEOpalocka Easter Sunrise services will 1 at the Liberty City Com- divine dinner. you to stop by and buya at 2 p.m. at St. Stephens

be held at 4:30 a.m. Easter munity Center at 8 p.m. Tick- Executive Board of the Miami dinner. Sis. Coatney Holmes Church.
( )
Sunday morning. Plan now to ets may be purchased from District will meet and Group rill sell potato pies Immediately o 11 o wi n g the
Rev. Milton Thursday
Fayson pastorThe the men or women of Good Friday service the
have breakfast with Choir No. Group March 23 at 8 at the homeof Sunday after service.
Invite p.m.
you, your 2 Easter Sunday morning after The Brownsville United Episcopal churchwomen will
2.Get Mrs. Jessie Giles 105 NW
families and friends to ,
your the sunrise service. well wishes extended to 11th Terrace. Choir Union and Ushers' sponsor a dinner sale.

worship with and participatein The Junior Choir will sell Sis. Arie Bella Lawrence and The Miami District Board No. 2 will work jointly Get well wishes to Miss Virginia -

their annual Men's Day ser dinners Sunday, March 19, Sis. Jessie Lee Clark, both 'If men's Tea will be Lay- on Sunday, 3 p.m. To our Thomspon and Mrs.
vices, Sunday, March 19th. which are in Sunday, Myrtis Culmer. Sincere
following the morning ser- convalescing Cedars April 23 at St. Paul AME well wishers, members, visitors sym-
Hear the Rev. Sims
W. E.
of Lebanon Hospital.We pathy is extended the familyof
vices. Plan now to have din- Church Rev. and friends, come out
pastor of New Hope Baptist are in deep Timothy Wright, the late Chief Dongster
ner with them. sympathy with Coconut and fill the church, and havea
Church at 11 a.m. The Rev. Sis. Nettie Bouie whose pastor, Grove. Stone who was funeralized on
Choir No. 1 will sell dinners aunt Mr. Zack Ferguson Is wonderful time. The Ushers'Board
J.W.H. Thomas Jr., pastorof March 18 passed last week. Service to pre- Friday from the Macedonia
(Saturday) all day. sident and Mrs. Jessie GilesIs will celebrate its an-
St. Paul Baptist Church, If you would like to purchasea be held Saturday, March 18. reporter. niversary. Deacon Ernest Baptist Church.
Beach and his
dinner, please call 6343720for Pierce, president and Sis. O-
at three
p.m. a wonderful dinner. All of dessa Williams, president of
And at 7 the Rev.WillieJ. ZION HOPE
p.m. the above affairs are to benefit MT. CALVARY TEMPLE BAPTISTThe the Union.
Jackson,pastor of St.James Men's Please
AME Church, Pahokee. The them your support. Rev. Samuel Atchison pastor Training Union will Sunrise service will be held Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor

Male Chorus of Mt. Zion will Don't forget to save your old Cynthia M. Johnson, reporter, sponsor a tea Sunday after- at the church Easter Sunday, Sister E. Jackson reporterThe

furnish the music. Prepare to newspaper for our Junior Memorial services will be noon, 3:30 o'clock at the homeof 5:30 a.m. You are Invited.

spend March the 19th at busy Choir so that they may be able held Sunday, March 19 in behalf Mrs. Esther Campbell, 725 Baptism will be held Satur- Men's Day drive is well
Mt. Zion. NW 52nd Street. A day, March 18 5 planned and on its Let
to buy new hymn books. of our late pastor and spicy program p.m. All way.
Brother Willie J. Thomas Remember our sick and shut others. Is promised. Friendsare candidates please be on time. all of us work together as

is chairman and Bro. James ins and say a special prayer Invited. Get well wishes to all our'' one member. Please support

Miller is co-chairman. for them. Our late pastor, Rev. E. M. Palm Sunday services will sick and shut-ins. See you your captains and do as you
Thomas in are asked.
passed In March of feature the theme Sunday.
SUNRISE SERVICE 1962, leaving to mourn two casion. The Male Chorus of the will oc Sunday School's Easter pro- The No. 1 Choir will have

PASTOR'S AID UNIONAll daughters, one son, several sing during the gram the fourth Sunday, 6:30 a musical tea Sunday, March
relatives and the members of evening service. morning and p.m. 19, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the

Easter Sunrise service will members of the Pastor'sAid Mt. Calvary Baptist Church church. Everyone Is Invited

be held on Easter Sunday Union are asked to please All the singing groups are attend. May we count on your

morning at 6 on the Sweet- meet at St. Matthews Freewill Services will begin Sunday being prepared for Jfine Easter support?
ing's Estate, 2148 NW 4th St., Baptist Church, 2014 NW 5th morning and continue Sunday services and a special, BARNABAS Let us not forget the sick and

Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Special Court., Rev, J. B. Woodley, night. Anyone wishing to bring program. Rev.Howard Demerittepastor shut-Ins. Come to church Sun-

music by the Dillard High pastor, Saturday night, March flowers may do so. Phyllis Johnson, reporter day and have your faith lifted.

School chorus under the direction 18, at 8 p.m. Business of Everyone is invited to come Our "get-well wishes go to

of Mrs. Rhoda Sneed. vital importance.The and go with Rev. Atchison and Mrs. Mary McNeil,member of The second Sunday In April ANTIOCH M.B.

The Easter message will be Pastor's Aid Union will his congregation to Rev.W.M. Choir No. 2, who underwent will begin our "Window (NEW LIBERTY CITY)
delivered: by Rev. Ivory Mi- convene with the St. Matthews Davis' First Baptist of minor surgery JacksonMe- Drive." All members of the A musical
program rendered
Freewill flautist Church.Rev. morial church are asked ,
zell. to
Hospital partici-
Brownsville at 3 Sun this week. by the Stars
p.m., will be
J. B. Woodley pastor pate and do
Sunday The their
pastor and to make
wish held here
day afternoon March 19, to at the church on
Dr. Sweeting will confer a March 19, 3 p.m. Rev. W. J. help 'celebrate their ushers' to thank the auxiliaries and the drive a success. .the Saturday: night before the
Macon and choir You
will be are asked
in members
cordially to
special blessing upon all who board anniversary.Rev. andfriendsfor fourth Sunday. Invitations are
charge. come and
and donations to Mrs. worship with us on
attend. Breakfast served to Thompson extended to for
Sister Willie Mae Samuel Atchison who Palm Sunday.Let everyone a
Baggley, pastor is still confined to
all. The public is invited. successful 'and to all
president and Sister A.L.Ste- and her home us remember to program,
(March 24) Cynthia Johnson is re because of eye sur prayforour who wish to worship with us on
phens is secretary. porter. gery. sick and shut-ins. Sunday.



THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 17, 1967 15


I The Holy City F. D. Wright, pastor"I Patricia Austin, reporter TRANSFIGURATIONFr. A. M. Griffin, pastor
Elisha Clarke, Jr., vicar Sis. C. M. Miles, reporterThe
Palm Sunday Theme came to Jesus, as I was, A hearty thanks Is extendedto HOLY WEEK AT THETRANSFIGURATION
weary, worn and sad.I found in the Mt. Sinai Baptist : women department of
I him a resting place and he has Church for making such a Shiloh is working very hard
By Rev. Joseph E. S. Ray been arranged. A number of made me glad." This was the fine contribution to the Florida Palm Sunday Church School, for their Women's Day pro-
"The Holy City" will be the senior and Junior hostesses cry of our convert Lorse Henry Memorial College fund, and to 9:30 a.m.; Blessing and Dis- gram which will be the fourth
1967 Palm Sunday theme at will greet the guests at the tea Safford, who was baptized the members who were pre- tribution of Palms; Solemn Sunday in May, so please sup-
Greater Bethel AME Church tables to be laden with tasty during Sunday morning ser- sent at the banquet held on Sung Mass, and The Story of port these different occasions.
Sunday morning at 11 a.m. sanwiches, candies, nuts, and vices. Our hearts rejoiced to March 8, at the DeauvUle ho- the Cross in Song, 10:45 a.m.; The Deaconess will sell Bar-
A male soloist from Chicago, your choice of punch or tea. see another person come in tel.The Solemn Outdoor Procession, B-Que and fish all day Saturday -
supported by Choir No.1, The Daughters of Allen Club from the wilderness. BTU annual "Easter 5 p.m. Note: No Low Masson at the church.
with Mrs. Eloise Barrett of Greater Bethel will have a District Conference high- Sunrise Service and Break- Palm Sunday.Maundy There will be a tea Sunday
Kemp, organist'and the Rev. musical "Chat and Chew" lighted this week's activities fast" on Easter Sunday are Thursday: Solemn the home fo Sis. Carolyn Fer-
Percy Sharpe, director. program at the residence of at our church. Many members looking forward to a big turn- Sung Mass, Stripping of the guson in Opa-locka from 4 to
Mr. and Mrs. James Monroe, Journeyed to Mt. Zion AME, out. Don't forget to turn in Altar, and Procession of the 6 p.m. given by the No. 1
Mrs. Margaret M. Carey, 500 NW 47th Terrace, Easter Opa-locka, on March 17 for your gleeners at this time. If Blessed Sacrament, 8 p.m. Choir.
president and the Senior Pul- Sunday from 3 to 7 p.m. Mrs. this occasion.We there are persons who did not Good Friday: Mass of thePreSanctified Visitors are always wel-
pit Aid Board will hold their Theresa Clark Is president.Mrs. were elated to see Sis. get gleeners, stop in the office 7 a.m.; Me- come. Remember to visit and
20th annual Palm Sunday tea Fannie Jernigan is Fannie Gaddy out of Mercy immediately. The secre- ditation on the Seven Last pray for the sick and shut-ins.
in the lower auditorium of chairman. "Yes, you andyour Hospital and in fine' spirits tary will be happy to give you Words of Christ from the
greater Bethel AME, from 4 friends are invited." The club representing the Missionary one. Thank you. Cross, 12 noon to 3 p.m. BETHLEHEM BAPTISTRev.
to 6 p.m. A program presen- will meet at the home of Mrs. Society of Allen Chapel at Let us pray for those who
ting outstanding musical and Pearl Ferguson, 1305 NW 4th the District Conference. WE are Incapacitated. 0. West, minister
lietrary talent from the various Ave. Apt. 7, Palm Sunday, are happy to note that Minnie GREATER NEWMACEDONIA
churches and sections of March 19th at 4 p.m. to com- Hill of our church serves as
Miami and Dade County has plete plans. district secretary the Mis- FELLOWSHIPBy Stop! Look! and Listen!
sionary Society. R. J. McGhaney"On Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor Where will you spend eternity -

INCARNATIONRev. ST. JOHN AME Members are reminded that the next day much peo- Sis. Aurora Beard reporterThe ? You can start preparingyour
A. Tyfrel Dear, vicar those who have not paid their ple took branches of palm women, along with the resting place by attend-
This Sunday at 7 p.m. St. Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor Men's Day assessement can trees, and went forth to meet captain, Sis. Mytrice Murryand ing services at Bethlehem
Cecelia's choir will present Catherine Willis, reporterThe pay It to their leaders. Him." John 12:12,13. co-captain, Sis.Leola Bo- Baptist Church.
their annual cantata, to which chairman and cochairman Remember the sick and shut- I always enjoy giving the va, have decided that their All power in heaven and earth
the entire community is cor- wish to thank everyone for ins. best that I can. I also get a goal for Women's Day will be is in Jesus. Repent, believe,
dially Invited. This year they making their annual Men's Daya thrill in knowing that I have $10,000. The men of the be baptized. There will be

will present "The Seven Last success. The guest speakers FIRST BAPTIST OF done my best, and again I like church are saying ."Good baptism Sunday morning at 8.
Words of Christ." The do- were Rev. L. C. Albert and meeting people. In everythingwe Luck." Our Women's Day When you feel that the world
nation requested is $1.00, Rev. Luther Lee. Their theme, BROWNSVI LLE should give thanks. For meeting will be held every has turned its way and you
which will be presented to the "Vision and Task of Being Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor there Is not a place that we Monday night at 8 p.m. after are looking for peace, Join us
building fund. Born Again." Mrs.Donella Turner,reporter should want to go, if Christ the first Sunday in every'. in our prayer meeting every
This Sunday, Palm Sunday, On the third Sunday, Choir isn't there. But when we are month. Wednesday night at 8.
our morning masses will Include No. 1 and Ushers' Board No. Sunday, March 19th all dour on our way, let's try to take The pastor, officers, mem- Let us remember to ,pray
the blessing and dis- 1 and Stewardess Board No. 2 ushers' boards will cele- something that He will be bers and friends wish to thank for our sick and shut-ins.

tribution of palms. During the will serve. On March 24, the brate their anniversary joint- pleased in knowing that we are Rev. Bouyer, paster of New
11 a.m. service, there will presiding elder, Dr. F. A.Al ly. Rev. Atchison will deliverthe there. So until a later date, Hope of Pahokee, Fla. Thanks
also be liturgical procession len will hold the second quarterly sermon. We invite all of if God's will, thanks, He will to you all. HEROINES DAY
outdoors around the church. conference. The pastorIs our friends to come out and always meet us there.
Another special feature at both asking all boards to have Join us. INTERNATIONALDEACONS Palm Sunday, March 19 is
services will be the participation their report ready and signed JORDAN GROVERev. COUNCIL OF "Heroine's Dy". Come cele-
of the entire congregation with a seal. The men came up All Sunday school teachersand
in the reading of the Pas- with a shining glow of$1744.65 superintendents are askedto C. H. Smith, pastor DADE COUNTY "Heroine's Day." Come celebrate
sion Gospel, in dialogue with total.A meet at the church Fridayat ,Eddie L. Gilbert, reporterThe Deacon's Council of Dade with us at the Masonic
the Deacon and Readers. special thanks to the em- 7:30 p.m. for the teachers County will meet at Greater Temple, 1742 NW 3rd Ave.,
church will close out its
Then throughout the week, ployees of Alexander's Grill meeting. Business of vital Im- March New Macedonia Wednesday, 2 p.m. Refreshments will be
Holy Monday through Maundy and many other friends, who portance. anniversary Sunday, April 5 at 8 p.m. We invite served. All fraternal organizations -
19 at 3 with the Rev.
Thursday, Mass will be celebrated helped him on Men's Day. p.m. any deacon who wishes to become and the public is in-
at 7 p.m. Thursday Bro. Henry Flowers, Beginning March 20th, the Monroe delivering the mes- a member. vited. Queen of the South Council -
will be a Solemn High to com- Co-chairman pastor will begin celebrating sage. The public Is invited. Deacon Willie Lumpkin Is No. 15 Heroine Johnnie M.
memorate our Lord's Last ._- his anniversary. It will climax We urge you to pray for the chairman and Deacon Eddie Hill, Royal Queen.SAMPSON'S .

Supper, to be followed by anall" March 26th. sick and shut-ins.,; L. Gilbert is secretary.
night 'prayer'vigil beforethe We hope that all of our sick

Altar of Repose, on which and shut-ins will soon have a '
shall be the Blessed Sacra- speedy recovery.

ment. The church will be open MARKET

all night and visitors are urgedto
stop in for private prayers.In ANTIOCHRev.

closing with a review of P. W. Wiggins, pastor 1466 NW 62 ST.
the past week,it can be reported ,J Rachel B. Pratt, reporter
that the EYC (teenagers) ai There will be some of Mia- .
visited two of the local EOPI mi's outstanding personalities fREE, DELIVERY 696-5717
neighborhood centers to see presented by Ward No. 12 of .
and hear fristhand the effect s the Woman's Day observanceon

the war on poverty is havingon Sunday, March 19th, at 3 SEE.ALL
the Negro. Also, Saturday, p.m. The captain and members
Incarnation was honored witha promise an inspiring after- GRITS 1 LB. BOX 9tI
visit of Fr. Brooks, from noon.
Miss Naomi Williamson,
Tallahassee, who was down to of St. John On Sunday, March 26, at 4p.m.
''faithful member .
officiate at the funeral of his
School De-
the Sunday I
Miami ';
Leola AME Church, South .tffc ,
Apartment will present the
Pieze. And, finally,the Sunday Rev. W. A. crowned cCurry, "MissSt. pastorwas Story of the Crucifixion.The PATTIES
School wishes to thank those recently Serena pastor and members will OLEO ,:
who contributed clothing to John" by ,
raised enjoy your fellowship at the ,' _I
Allen. Miss Williamson
their project of Easter shar-
worshipping services, morn-
and Mrs. Eunice R.
ing and evening, and the after- SUNSHINE ASST.COOKIES.
MacGahee the runner-up
each and all keep a ,
noon activities. Jesus Is our
in the contest.
blessed Holy Week and a faith- raised $307.00 guide, we walk with Him and REG. io< EACH 3 BOXES 25t
ful Easter. work for Him and w are always -
SOUTH DADE NEWS happy to have our Christian -

HEW MT. MORIAHRev. New Bethel AME Church, friends to come and helpus. ; \( '

A. L. Shipp, pastor Goulds, Rev. L. P. Holmes, G ; .w; :
; .
Sis. Evelyn Souter, reporterThe pastor conference,had its held secondquarterly last week-- CHiCKENS ';.LB 29*
No. 2 Choir will begin end by Presiding Elder F. A. r

their anniversary Friday, Allen of the Miami District. ,
Baha'is of Miami will
March 17th at 8 with a
p.m. all
Friday night March 10,
musical Our motherof celebrate Naw Ruz (Baha'iNew
the church program.Mrs. Lawrencewill boards and clubs made their Year),with a public meet-
be the M. C. dDifferent reports, and Rev. Allen Council gave'a Ing, to be held 8 p.m. Sunday, BUTTERBALL SPECIAL
of the
groups of the city will bringto March 19 at 137 NW 11th
he attended recentlyIn
Avenue. Miss Ida Solomon
us the gospel in songs. Let ,
New Orleans La.
us praises all be unto present our beloved and sing Sa- Sunday school, was held delivered at secretary"Spring-A New, will Birth.speak" on 2 LBS. BRISKET STEW ALL 14 ITEMSI

vior. The anniversary will 9:30 a.m. The Rev. Allen at the- The Baha'is of North Dade 2 LBS. PORK CHOPS ;

climax Sunday evening at 3 11 the worship message service. will hold their celebration of 2 LBS. TENDER BEEF LIVER
with Rev. Roscoe Jack- a.m. Naw Ruz 5:30 p.m., Sunday, *
Everyone was spiritually uplifted 2 LBS. FRESH GROUND BEEF
of New Macedonia March 19 at the North Dade
son Baptist, pastor Church delivering the and one member,addedto Mrs. Unitarian-Universalist Fel- k 2 LB. BOX SMOKED SAUSAGE
Willene Hickson was :
message and choir No. 2 of the church. Mrs., Glonius lowship Hall, 16800 NW 22nd p 3 LBS. CHICKEN WINGS
Ave. Mrs.Frances

Baumgartner -
St. Matthew Freewill Baptist Hillary and children of Fort of the Green Acre Nur- 3 LBS. MEATY NECK BONES
Church In of the
service. The charge pulic is invited.song Worth, Texas, were visitors. sery, will speak on "Naw 1 LB. SLICED) SMOKED BACON
March 19 Is Woman'sDay.
Sunday, Ruz-the Baha'i New Year."
The Ushers' ren- Please come and help PKG.
The Is invited
public cordially
der service Sunday night, beginning New Bethel's women cele- to attend both meetings.- 4 CAN PILLS BURY B.M. BISCUITS
at 6:45 p.m. Each brate. A treat treat Is in 3 DOZ. GRADE A EGGS
member is asked to please be for all. Mrs. Loraine
present.Let Davis, chairman and her |12 REG. SIZE LOAVES OF BREAD

us continue our prayersfor committee have worked hardto TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO 5 LB. BAG L. G. RICE
our pastor, his mother, make this program enjoy- ,
other sick, shut-ins,bereaved t.
families and those in the arm- able.Carrie Knight is reporter;
ed services. Visitors are always Rev. L. P. Holmes Is pastor.


16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 17, 1967 __ 1 I "'N

The Key Six Grade Assembly Program :,
YY4 Our Boys in the '

To Modeling At J.R.E. Lee Elemenfray- Armed Forces I' '

Mr. Higgs sixth grade clas s Doris Johnson, cables and sa- I'
A woman guide to developing presented a" pectacularprogram" tellites; James Summers,
as the. boys, girls an d electronic scanners; Cora
poise cAarm and visitors at the J.R.E'Lee Ele,. Johnson, radop; Deborah Bow-

I it. The program was cente things, the J.R.E. Lee Elementary ".'
around the class unit entitle 1 Family was also entertained I <'
Q. I am enrolled in a modeling class and at the conclusionof "Science Is Here To Stay.', by a group of six
the class I must present "constructive" criticism of The program consisted of various -. grade pupils who played the _ -
other students. I feel an uneasiness about doing so. WhatIs science experiment::i violins and the melodicas. I
the best way to do this? done by individuals, group; Earl I.Higgs,Instructor Mrs. ,, itaV II
A. It is an accepted rule never to criticize without offering and the class as a whole, Kathleen Frorkein is reporter. -
several compliments. Never use an accusing tone of voice, Doris Johnson, class president .
because the way you state your criticism might antagonize started the program bj I
j others. Always try to placate the people about whom you must giving the occasion. Following: +
+ offer criticism, or suggestions.Q. the occasion, the class sang| SCOTT HOUSING W
I have noticed that many Key Models wear eyeglasses two selections, entitled "It'sa : RECREATION CENTER
+ attractively. I would like to have suggestions concerning the Scientific Fact" and "What|
selection of eyeglass frames for a rather square face. Also, is a Shooting Star." Membersof i To our parents, neighbors and
what about my hair and hats? the class explained man) friends: Como Pour with Us. r'
A. While it is often the practice of opticians or optometriststo techniques in sending messages The ceramic instructors of -V 1
suggest frames, it might be well to remember to considerthe : RoslynSumter the telegraph the James E. Scott recreation
color, shape and style of the eyeglass frames in relationto ;Janet Thomasprintlng; center wish to announce the ----
your facial contour, ignoring what the fad might be. Barbara Boynton, smoke sig ,opening of their fourth ceramic WITH us.s. COMBAT AIR a forward base in Southeast \'I
Frames should serve as a fashion accessory and not detract nals;Kathleen Evinspictures; class. FORCES SOUTHEAST ASIA Asia. The airman, an automotive ,::'
from you. For a rather square face, frames with an oval or repairman, is a 1962 :
curve at the bottom of the frames should help to balance the The classes, which are held Airman Second Class Her- graudate of George Washing- I
square Jaws. The color of your frames might blend with your at the recreation center oncea bert P. Gaiter, son of Mr. ton Carver High School,Coral i '
own skin tone, or complement it. Simplicity is the keynote in week, for eight weeks will and Mrs. Nathaniel C. Gait- Gables, Fla. His wife, Willie,
everyday hairstyles, beauticians usually will recommend a convene as follows: The Ad- ter of 10815 Gibson Drive is the daughter of Mr. and I
chemical straightener, such as Epic, to assure longlastinghair vance Class starts March 20 Richmond Heights tests Mrs. Dan Kirby of 3187 Hibiscus -
beauty. Except for special occasions, highstyle hairdos, at 7 p.m. This class is for engine in his motor, pool an at Street, Miami.
or those styles that crowd the face, should be avoided. For those persons having attended -
the face that wears glasses, hats without a lot of trimming, previous classes.
with a brim that is back and that slightly frames the face can The beginners class starts
be very attractive in (this instance.Q. March 23 at 7 p.m. This
I need a photograph to accompany a job application. ShouldI class is for those who have 'yf ta
use one I already have, or should I have a new one made? never attended a class. There
A. Such a photograph should be a recent one and should showa are no fees for attendingeither
pleasant likeness of you.A very good professional photographer class. I
is suggested. Your Job application photo should convey to Why not beautify your homo 7t .1
your prospective employer sincerity and reliability. With respect with items you made your-
to clothing worn for the photo, the neckline especially self? Anyone can learn to 0 '
would be daytime wear,there should very little Jewelry, and make beautiful vases, ash
you might omit a hat. trays, dishes, decorative what
Q. I am a widow of several years and am planning to be mar- Miss Dutchie Johnson, not, etc.Come .
ried at home this summer. Is it proper to wear white? daughter of Mrs.Ruby Lazier, out and Join other men
A. Today a white wedding gown or dress is considered proper of 16050 NW 18th Place in and women in a most con- 0'S
for first marriages. It might be well to consider a pastel color Opa-locka, is a prospectiveJune genial atmosphere.For '
or beige. The traditional train and bridal veil are not con- graduate from Cardinal further information,call
sidered correct for subsequent weddings. Visit the bridal Givens High School in Fort 691-4261 Monday thru Thurs-
department of better department store where salespeople are Lauderdale Beach. She plansto day 2 p.m. thru 10 p.m.;
happy to help you select the correct dress or gown accordingto attend Morgan State Col- Friday thru Saturday, 9 a.m. SAN ANTONIO, Tex. Air- SAN ANTONIO, Tex. Air-
the time of day and place where you will be married. lege in Baltimore and pursuea thru 6 p.m. Register early man Robert A. Person, son man Henry L. Robinson, son
course in social science. because each class is limited. of Mr. and Mrs. J. Person of of Lonnie Robinson Jr. of
1090 NW 39th Street, has been 1231 NW 67th St., has been
.' "Doll Lady" Visits North Dad* selected for technical training selected for technical/ train-
.. at Lackland AFB, TeL, as a ing at Lackland AFB, Tex.,
North Dadeites were extended Mrs. Miller chatted with U.S. Air Force air policeman.The as a U. S. Air Force air ,
a special treat March groups of students as they policeman.The '
8-10 when Mrs. Frank Miller, viewed the exhibit, explaining airman recently com- airman recently com-
the "Doll Lady" visited the various aspects of Japanese pleted basic training at Lack- pleted basic training at Lack-
school with her Japanese exhi- culture as she saw it. land. His new school is part of land. His new school is partof
bit and slides. Two assemblies we r e pre- # y f' the Air Training Command the Air Training Command
Mrs. Miller, wife of Major sented on Wednesday,March which conducts hundreds of which conducts hundreds of t
Frank Miller, lived in Japan 8. Mrs. Miller showed slides specialized courses to pro- specialized courses to provide
for three years while her husband taken in Japanese village during e k.t vide technically trained per- technically trained per-
was stationed there. It her visit to the country.The sonnel for the nation's aerospace sonnel for the nation's aero-
was during this period that student body responded force. space force. f
she attended and graduatedfrom warmly to Mrs.Miller's visit. .r'.n.w w Airman Robinson was,gra-
the Doll School of Ja- Follow-up activities were dlz' _._Wtl-A .... ;.rove"'''''' '' .....t..+.".*......r..-W.-r..iiti....-t!A'lS-. '""," "e+""vJ31tG'.. '. Airman Person is a 1965 gra- duated from North Dade High r
pan. done in many classes centered The 7-7 homeroom is feeling award for attendance and was duate of Miami Northwestern School and attended Miami-.
Her extraordinary skill with around oriental life becauseof pretty proud of their accom- treated to a free dance.It Senior High School. Dade Junior College.
these dolls has made her collection the interest she stimulated plishment. They were the top has been homerooms like His wife is theformerNorma I
one of the most popularIn in the students. homeroom section in atten- this one that has enabled Justic of Opa-locka. r/
the area. In addition to her Mrs. Miller was invited to dance for the third six weeks Brownsville to maintain their ri
display of dolls, her exhibit North Dade by Mr. Nathan marking period. In additionto high standards in attendancethis ENTERS I
also Included kimonos, kites, Miller, assistant principal having their picture in the' year. Airman U.s. AIR FORCE I.
wood and metal crafts another d curriculum. Mr. Charles D. paper, this homeroom was B. Gaiter, son
symbols of oriental life..Wyche is principal. given the Student Council Top Row: Claudia Knight, of of Mrs. Annie Bell Murray, ;j,:
Angeline Nelson, Jacqueline 2115NW4lstStreetMiami,4entered ;
Dixon, Michelle Harris,Doro- the U.S. Air Force on
thea Simmons, John Geter, Monday, March 13. He will ',
Derwin Cunningham, Kenneth go to Texas for his basic train-
Taylor, Johnnie Smith, ing and then will be assigned i I
Charles Jones,Reuben Oliver. in the mechanical field, the
field he selected before his en- I't
Middle Row: Sylvia Middle- listment. Airman Gaiter was a
ton, Helen McNair, Carol graduate from George Wash- I
Porter, Brenda McKinnis, ington Carver High School. in I
Sherrill Johnson, Diane Hol- : June 66.SUSAN. ,'
man, Lenyta Kimbro, Frank- '*"
stena Sands, Pandora Bailey, HAS A THING COIN I r K j,

Frances Lacey. Otis L. Kemp, son of Mr. You can be assured your Jr'
Bottom: C e a s a r Ealey,Arthur and daytime leisure I
Mrs. Willie L. Kemp of time will bet
Bowden, Michael Wells, 1816 NW 59th Street, is now well spent at the Satellite, ;'
I Ir Matthew Harrell Aldore An- Lackland Military Training Susan really keeps a thing K,
w r derson, Alonza Pratt, Natha- Center in Texas receiving his going on at the Satellite. From ,'
niel Stephens, Donald Ragin, first training in the Air Force. 10 a.m. in the morning till :,;
Dwain Vaughns Dwight Hud- Kemp is a 1965 graduate of we close. You'll be "with-it" ;rV
son. Northwestern High. at the Satellite. "Out of this "t ,
world." I

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h The class of 1957 of BTWis COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE \,
having a meeting Monday,
March 20th at the home RADIO TAPE
1967 S/AC CHAMPIONS Nine members of the Florida A&M Rattlers' basket. RECORDER
Mary Johnson McCier 1059
ball team display their championship trophy and cope. The Rattlers won their 10th NW 73rd St. The meeting, will
SIAC championship In 33 years. Standing, left to right; Dennis Jackson, Newark, start promptly at 8 p.m. Business VET TV

New Jersey; Larry Stead, Cambridge, Mass.; Alfred Lawson (second team all conference of importance to be TED FORMERLY
) Havanna, Fla., Captain Freddie Robbins, Pensacola, Fla., Larry Bowens, discussed. Every member of OF JET IS NOW VET

Palmetto, Fla., Ernest Jones, Green Cove Springs, Fla., and Clarence Allen, Gary, the The class class is will urged also to have attend. 379.7735

Ind. Kneeling, left to right: Charles Estes, Gary, Ind. and Tony Shelton, South Bend, sale this Saturday, March 18 a
Ind. Not shown are David Wright(first team all conference), Tampa, Fla., and Samuel at the home of Eugene White, t 846 NW 2NO AVENUE OPEN I
9 TO 9
Watts, Gary, Ind. 6724 NE Miami Place.


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three games up to (the time I am writing; my column, the
Since Jackie Robinson came In 1947 the Negro has made
world champion Orioles have shown power to burn and pitching up ,
superb. Bookies as well are showing the Orioles they are ready what are known as Great Strides in baseball and elsewhere,
for the big time.But some of them are going to be disappointed which apparently doesn't include Fort Myers, Fla., where the
in trying to make the big team.They are loaded with talent. It } Pittsburgh Pirates hold spring training.
will take time. As we all know it takes 25 players to make up fit Last week, Dorm Clendenon, the Pirate's first baseman,who
the full squad when things get going in full swing. Manager is a college graduate and going for his law degree, arrived in
Hank Bauer has his work cut out in choosing his squad. After 'f Fort Myers at midnight He had a reservation at the HolidayInn

last year's performance what can anyone expect him to do. but was told he couldn't have the room until 10 a.m., and
But Just a couple of changes. I have been asked, what are they since no other motels had vacancies, Clendenon his,wife.
going to do with this player and that player? Well? That's all and his five-month-old son slept in their. car in,
up to the management and Hank. I only look, listen and write. the Holiday Inn parking lot. The next morning he called a lady
The champs have opened their spring training exhibition who runs a motel with efficiency apartments and was told two
games with a bang, playing before capacity crowds. Opening were available at $250 a month. Clendenonsaidfine, he wouldbe

night before 8,000, Sundays game drew 10,880. Not bad for .. .. .. right over. When he arrived the lady said that both units
! exhibition games. At Sunday afternoon's game with the New -k had Just been taken. Clendenon took the room at the Holiday
York Yankees, one of the greatest heavyweight championsof WHAT NUMBER Vernon Clark of 3719 Thomas Inn for $20 a day until he managed to get a place for$327 a
I all times was introduced. He received a standing ovation Avenue, Coconut Grove is the second Negro to be em- month. "You see what happens to you when you're Irish,"
from the crowd of over 10,800 It was none other than the ployed os a mutuels clerk at the local greyhound racing ripndanon.
well like Joe Louis. He was surrounded by youngsters for tracks, Clark is a G.W. Carver High grad and has workedon THREE NEGROES ON ALL TOURNAMENTTEAM
autographs. his degree at FAMU. He Is business manager of his
Friday night, March 17th,St.Patrick's at 8 p.m the Orioles unions' Southern District and still does substitute ,
of St.
There wasn't much doubt Elbert Crumb PetersburgGibbs'
play the amazing New York Mets. This will be a good time to teaching in the local schools. Class AA state champions would make the all-tourna "
wind up your St.Patrick's holiday.Bring your wife, girl friend ment basketball team.
and families for a good night's enjoyment Saturday March 18
He was a unanimous choice of writers and broadcasters
and Sunday, March 19, they play the L. A. Dodgers. Saturday covering the event in which Gibbs whipped Jacksonville .
8 p.m. Sunday 2 p.m. we all know what the Orioles did to the
Parker 69-55 for the title Saturday night after edging
Dodgers in the World Series. With the
changes this year, it JohnBegg Curley 67-65 in overtime Friday.
will be good suggesting you all turn out and see how they
Crumb played only about half the final game,still suffering
shape up. For reservations call Jack McGowan for reserva- from an injury in the semifinal when he crashed to the floor
tions at Miami Stadium
Phone 635-5395. after a collision but got up and sink the winning pair of free
throws in the final second. He scored only 14 points against
HORSES TO WATCH AT GULFSTREAMEbony 1 Parker, bettered by his teammates Norman Stevenson with
I 1 20 and Tom Daly with 17.
Nail Need a distance. Parker's Todd Lalich was a nearly unanimous selection

Sweet Intent Rounding to form. 1 1 to the all-tourney team. Cyril Baptiste and Johnny Gay of
Hlch Bluff Have a little word on (this horse. Curley and Van Ginter of Daytona Beach Mainland were the
! Second Breakfast Been scratched couple of times. others selected.
The Cheat Don't let him do this to you. Likes distance.
Mrs. Jay See you at the winner's circle AL MITCHELL AND MAYME BONDU CHAMPSIt

Our Black Jack It won't be a card game. was Par and Birdie Annual Club Championship Day;
Keep playing these horses. You all saw what I did at and all members came with par-busters, birdieknockersand
Hialeah: 1" have some more next week. over-sized handicaps to vie for the distinguished honorof
club to ,
) DISCREETLY WINS $80,000 CLASSIC The beautiful and deceptive Miami Springs course proved .
Y4yv to be the only obstacle to hsatter their hopes and send mostof
Ray Randle's Discreetly, who won Flagler's $80,000 International them home with memories of another day of enjoyablegolf
Classic last Saturday, will attempt to collect together with another year to improve their game and
another $10,000 in loose change during the next week when try it all over again.Al .
he takes on B. Brave from St. Petersburg, in the best-of- : A Mitchell held off a field of hot contestants to emergethe
three match race series. : : champion of the A Division with a top score of 72. First
First race of the series is scheduled at Flagler Saturday ::rY : / and second place trophies were won by Dave Bondu, 74 and

night with the second match at St. Petersburg the follow ""'.!'"'., : n11.1. ......... .<",, Booker T. Hayes, 75.
ing Wednesday and the third and deciding race (if needed) : :s- .;' The B Division won by Mayme Bondu (the club's only active -
will be run on March 25th with the site to be determinedby ,< :t >* female golfer) with a score of 72. This should bd an

a flip of the coing. <<; !t; ; 't., lj,. ..,". ". fJ ;. enthusiastic hint to the many women of our community who
B. Brave qualified for the match series bjf winning the r ,' ;\ .,.. .1t.of: '" have inquired concerlng the feasible approach to the game of "
$30,000 Derby Lane Classic at the St. Petersburg Kennel :) .">>>'i' :' golf. 'I 1 j I
Club last Saturday night while Randle's Discreetly was '"" : ;... .... 'f ,.,...\ ..'tClI. "' l', i Trophy winners for first and second places in the B- i''
hauling down the $25,000 winner's end of the Flagler Clas- 1, :""!'<.,:. .....", :$ r'utFDLD rU)A'CH WJU Division were Quentin North, 77 and Percy A. Rolle 78.orllam'. '
.,. ; 1';' .. <.k _4 "i';
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sic.In ..
Saturday's series opener at Flager, Discreetly is almost .
certain to go off as a solid favorite on his home track. J
Both greybounds are fast breakers and it is considered here' FASHIONETTEThere FOR SALE I *

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Also starting at Flagler Saturday will be the annual Can a Scotch actually taste good?Ask the bom-and. Albert on EasterMondaynightat Newly painted, 3 bed-
$20,000 Kennel Medley Championship which produces some bred Scotch drinker They've been smacking their 8. This is sponsored by the room, modern kitchen,
of the finest racing of the meet each First Cathedral Spiritual
lips John Begg foryears. Suddenly grand "
over Council. The dress for carport. Only $250 ,
old is the of everybody's tongue."Take a proper down.
name on tip every, occasion will be fea- What a buy! I
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the poetic Scots of their treasured John Begg,whose! Mrs. Christine Cherry will 9497476.

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;, W. Wi Bethany Seventh-Day Adven- 1Wft1Th1II
Put Your Queen SEWING MACHINE"REPAIR tist Church choir, will pre-
'\ sent "Behold Your King" In a
In One Of Our Castles SPECIAL" pre-Easter Cantata, Sunday, F SLICK BLACK
Cleaned & Oiled In Your Home March 19, at 4 p.m. at Bethany DOUBLE ACTION
1\\ Adventist
;, Homes For As Little As *Adjust Tensions SO church. 2500 NW 50th Street. : a lCOLORS GRAY HAIR BlACK
I Free Needle & Belt Total Cost 11_ The public is cordially invited 2 DRESSES HAIR IN PLACE
Check all Wiring All Makes to attend. Admission istree. Y"'ID. 'JlI .'J'IIr1rU."u:
: $100 Down "
*1 Year Guarantee & Models .
Rev. R. L. Woodfork

8443 NW 12 AVENUE
Custom built 2 bedroom with many extras. Sprinklers tife's Best .Bltrs,

C\ stove, air conditioner, terrazzo floors, FHA ",.. ,'"
''j terms. NO closing costs. SALE

{ 1431 NW 69 STREET 8 ROOM HOUSE. $1,000 DOWN, 4 BED- -

(I'' 2 bedroom with front jalousie porch, hardware ROOM, 2 BATH, FLA ROOM, GARAGE, SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
I floors, electric stove, refrigerator, enclosed garage I
'I' FHA, no closing costs.
94th Tile
I Beautiful' corner duplex at 2000 NW St.
POOL CIRCULAR DRIVE, TILE ROOF, roof, jalousie/ windows, large kitchens, appliances I
FENCED IN YARD, FHA APPRAISED. 2 bedrooms each side, freshly painted.
:\ 2 bedroom pool home, in wanted area, Fla room, $20,000 TOTAL Bargain at $16,000 FHA with $600 down and I I"
garage, air conditioner, sprinkerls, FHA terms. month. '
1141 NW LITTLE RIVER DRIVEr $98.78 I ,

1600 NW 89 STREET
2 bedroom, Fla room, garage, rugging and drapes, Lovely corner duplex at 3001 NW 9th Ave. Tile :
$84 month pays all. roof', (alousied/ windows, large kitchens, appliances
2 bedrooms each side. Owner will paint I

810 NW 83 TERRACE HOME inside and out, refinish floors, make like new. f r
REPOSSESSIONSNo Bargain at $16,000 with $600 down and $98.78
2 bedroom, 1 bath, air conditioner, corporte, month. I
large Fla room, can be used as third bedroom,
$88.00 month includes all. Red Tape '

": HOMES THESE WE ARE HAVE JUST TO A OFFER.WE FEW. OF THE MANY Move Right In 2477 NW 101 St. .2 bedroom CBS, garage, tile '

roof, large fenced yard, awnings, freshly painted
:'SPECIALIZE IN HOMES FOR PERSONS inside and out. A bargain at $10,000 with $300 :
BEING DISPLACED IN URBAN RENEWAL NO QUALIFYING down and $62.22 month. Vacant, we have key.
GRAM. Lovely 3 bedroom, CBS, Fla room, (can be used
4232 NW II PLACE 'for 4th bedroom) enclosed/ front porch, carport,
King Realty Inc. tile/ roof, 2 reverse cycle air conditioners, wallto
3 bedroom, Fla. room, porch, carport, com- wall
I, of carpeting, laundry room, extra deep lot.
Miami, Realtor pletely painted. Floors finished. A real FHA price $15,000, $450 down and $93.33 month.,

8000 'NW 7 Ave. beauty. SELLER PAYS 1/2 CLOSING COSTS

1025 NW 28 AVENUE 160 NW 68 St 2 bedroom CBS, carport, awn- f
PL 1-9708 ings, tile roof, appliances, wall to wall carpet
I, 3 bedrooms, 1% bathCBS, like new, completely Ing, fenced yard, fruit trees, very neat. Bargain.
YOU ARE ONLY A PHONE CALL AWAY FROM 'fenced, large dining room, large I at $10,800_ $350 down. $67.03 month.

OWNING YOUR OWN HOME kitchen, huge lot, hurry for this.

.r t, 339 NW 39 STREET Modern 3 bedroom CBS, carport, awnings, jalousie
I: CBS bargain. See and call for low low windows, sprinkler system. $1,000 down
: and take over FHA mortgage of' $10,790 at 5'A,% In. :
: ATTENTION ALL CHURCH, CLUB price. 2 large bedrooms, large living and terest. $82.67 month pays everything. Move inl '

AND SCHOOL REPORTERS dining room, tile bath, large porch, save /',
Copy for publication in Thursday's news- ,
North Miami Beach 1530 NE 151st Terrace. i ii
paper must be TYPEWRITTEN and in our Like new, large 4 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS beauty, I,
office by 7 P.M. ON MONDAY. This is a Call Owner 758-8749 tile roof, awning windows, built-in kitchen, ap (1,1'

public service that we render to you at no pliances. Price $15,500, $1,000 down and $110 '.
month pays all. Vacant. We have key. I';
charge. Please cooperate with us. ",
i I.
\ I".
Beautiful 3 bedroom 2 bath ,

Buy A Home TodayOPEN locka., .
room, circular drive, large 'fenced yard, wall to
.' I est lays in TownNO SATURDAY & SUNDAY wall carpeting, jolousied windows, Price $13,800

((1)) 3051 NW 69th Terr 3 bedroom, $300 with $1,200 down and $102 month pays all. Va

CLOSING COSTS ON ANY OF THESE down, $96 mo., FHA terms, large house, new- cant.

I BEAUTIFUL 2 BEDROOM CBS. Large lot. Carport ly painted.
circular driveway, appliances. $350 down. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

$11,500 FHA. ((2)) 2375 NW 155th St. Opa-locka $57 mo., Lovely corner, 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS in Opa-

r Veterans no down payment, CBS, 2 bedroom. locka. Tile/ roof', jalousie windows, awnings,
LIVE IN ONE AND RENT ONE. 2 CBS beautiful Fla room, terrazzo floors, large fenced yard.

homes., carport 3, appliances.BEDROOMS,2 dining BEDROOM room,HOUSE utilityroom ((3)) 660 NW 46th St. 3 bedrooms,$600 down. Near A with shopping$400,down school and, etc.$80.82 Bargain month.at $13,000FH

all 'furnished. $600 down, $16,500 FHA. ;
((4)) 901 NW 66th St. 3 bedroom, $500 down.
IDEAL FOR LARGE FAMILY. Lovely corner, ((5)) 2020 NW 85 St. 2 bedroom, $300 down.
Like new 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS on NW 32nd
CBS, 3 or 4 bedroom
dining room, garage, $2,000 $80 month. !
down. $12,500 total. Convenient to schools/ St in Allapattah area. This is better hom.wlth
stores, buses. built-in kitchen, expensive carpeting and drapes,
((6)) 2025 NW 91st St. CBS
duplex, $350 like new appliances including dishwasherbeautiful "

:: $15 MO. NEAT 2 BEDROOM CBS. Carport, op- down. $85 mo.CASH. bathr, oms, etc. Fenced yard with swimming I r,
I pliances, all fenced, $1,000 down. $8,000 total. pool. FHA price $18,000 with $800 down and

FOR INVESTMENTS $110.33 month. Vacant. .
((1)) 3098 NW 56th St. $ 3500. I. ;
antes, washing machine, extras, $6,500 total. h

3 UNITS COMPLETELY FURN. Plus extra lot. ((2)) 1121 NW 47 St. Duplex, $7500. YOU CAN BUY 1', '1.
CBS, enclosed/ porch, dining
room, carport.REAR CBS duplex 1 bedroom each ((3)) 1529 NW 51 Terr -.2 Houses, $6900. $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING \
lidt., Reasonable down. $16,500 total. DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY I,


((5)) 1301 NW 60th St. 2 Bedrooms, $3000. Life Realty Broker

.. ( : FORD REALTYINC. Broker '4932 NW 7th Ave PL 94371Open

:, I.,,,{'4240,..' '. .NW 7rt, Ave. 758-5551 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635.4595 I 7 Gays Per,Week Evenings Tool i.

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MIAMI TIMES. Friday, March 17, 1967 19CLASSIFIED


1 : : \/1 Notice of Intention to Re- Infants and Toddlers
I in my
A'D Waterfront! CBS, 3 bedroom, gister Trade Name. home. Will take good care of

plus garage. Newly painted. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN your child. 634-0097.)(

I 15 WORDS OR LESS S1 ,50. 5C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. FHA terms $600 down payment that the undersigned,engagingin
S e 11 e r pays closing business under the nameof Daily childcare in home.
CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON costs. Location is 9251 Lit- Integrity Janitorial Service, Pleasant environment 696-

tle River Blvd. (14th Ave. 1043 NW 76th St., Miami, 4104.
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALETwo NW) Will be open for your Fla., intends to register the

2 nice Dade County Pine Brand new on lake. Gorgeous Homes Or Income inspection Sunday 1-6 p.m. said name with the clerk of

Homes on 1 lot. Good deal for 3 bedroom, 2 bath, tile Want to live rent free, in a Fenster Realty, Broker, PL the Circuit Court of Dade HELP WANTED
people selling their homes to roof, screened pation, central beautiful 2 bedroom 2 bath 9-8779. County, Fla. and with the Office -
urban renewal or ex-way. heat and air, city water, enclosed of the Secretary of State. Someone to give guitar lessonsin
Drive by 351 NW 45th St. home plus almost 40 ft. living -
Signed your or mine. Call
then call Fenster Realty garage, private dock. room, plus 1 bedroom. FOR RENT :
691-8584 after 7 Satur-
Isaac James .ra.
PL 9-8779. Should sell for $29,900--buy p
Broker, Beautiful building with 1 bed-
today $24,000. Terms available room, 1 bath rear. This is a Furnished room for man only. (March 24) day and Sunday. Call anytime.

3 bedroom, CBS, 2 bath, you have never seen steal, at 1875 NW 90th St. 1430 NW 68th Street
carport, tile roof, bank financing quality until you see this one. Drive by then call me for fur- $100 Dower n- $77 Month McWILLIAMS in COIFFEURS Phone

only. So if you have a Aetna Realty, (Broker), 811 ther details Ben-Korl, Nice room for gentleman,private 1800 NW 83rd Street 371-9482.Everything Address Beauty.: 166 NW:
substantial down paymentyou
could obtain a mortgage NW 54th St., Phone:7575724.Open Realtor, call anytime, 751- home, no cooking, 5950 Open Sunday 1 tll 4 10th St., Miami, Fla. Master

from any bank. Drive by 1240 7 days.MNNM. 2243. NW 9th Ave. Phone:751-5236. Lovely 3 bedroom CBS, on cosmetologists.! Daniel Mc-
call --- large this Williams, prop. and Catherine
NW 88th St. Then Fenster come Hurry,
Realty, PL 98779. CBS 4 bedroom, 2 bath, HI A 1 bedroom house completely will sell fait. Bell, cosmetologist.: (M 31)

--'-- $13,000.00, $400.00 down,sel- NO QUALIFYING furnished. Good surroundings. * *
3 bedroom, 1 bath, carporte, ler pays all closing costs, $500 down, $10,500 full price. $15 per week. 2370 NW 59th 4 Bedroom 2 Bath
lot, large Fla room, Terms to suit
large a Stucco
$80.82 monthly. Wny settle for St. Phone: NE 5-8915, Applyat 142 NW 39th Street
beauty, FHA terms. $450 dn. house with
sharp brick trim.
less-call Aetna Realty (Broker 1058 NW 39th Street. Smoll Down Payment, No
Located at 760 NW 85th St. On large lot. Garage. Bis- qualifying.
), 811 NW 54th Street,
Call at this one now. Fenster cayne Realty Inc (Broker) .i
s e
Realty, Broker, PL 9-8772u Phone: 757-5724. Open days. 759-8600. Nice clean room in quiet home

Call 7-1907.March 24) $200 Down, $65 month.
2 bedroom, 1 bath, pool and 9025 NW 10th Ave. CBS, 3 2147 NW 50th Street YMCADid
patio home, beautiful area, '2 bedroom CBS home, turn., No qualifying. Move In.
bedroom, attached garage,oak Nice working girl or lady to .
landscaped, large lot, carport large
nicely $600 down floors, tile roof, central heat, utility room, share new two bedroom dup- A
FHA terms. good excellent condition clo-
terms. Call for appt. Fenster FHA $16,000.00,$600.00down, sing no ,total no lex apt. with nurse. Quiet 1760 NW 46th Street you know that
Realty, Broker! PL 98779. no closing costs, $98.78 mon- $10,500, $500 down., 2355 price NW neighborhood. 759-6026. $7,500 total. Nicely (urn. Ben and Jean Fenster -
* *
thly must see this cor-
2 bedrooms, 2 bath, beautifulFla ner,beauty. Aetna Realty, 79th Ter. 681-9871.April 7) Can be 2 bedroom apt., partly ALLAPATTAH REALTY formerly of Fenster's -

room, finest of area, garage (Broker), 811 NW 54th St., funu $16 week. 653 NW 27th 633-0426 Department Storeof
beautifully landscaped, Phone: 757-5724. Open 7 closing costs, $69.60 monthlydon't St. 373-7973.TF) 1260 NW 62nd St.
even large enough for a 3 delay this will sell to-
bedroom home. Call for appt. days. day. Aetna Realty, Broker, HAVE YOU TRIEDMY are still in the Liberty -
Room close to bus stop. Call
jnly. FHA terms. Fenster 811 NW 54th St., Phone: 757- OIL City area? Yes!
Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779. 1360 NW 51st Terrace, CBS all day Sunday 693-1182.
2 bedroom, enclosed front 5724, Open 7 days. Are You Lucky? We are now in the

1545 NE 152nd Terrace. porch, oak floors, tile roof, 8744 NW 25th Avenue CBS 1 bedroom duplex. 1121 NW CanYou Hold Anything? Real Estate business.
Savings and Loans foreclosure stove, refrigerator, total FHA 51st St. $19 per week. 7950 What Do You Need
like 2 bedroom
in Washington Park. 3 bed- $11,200.00, $350.00 down, no new, huge NW 13th Ct. $20 weekly. 3155 CALL
Fla 100x150 lot FHAtotal$12,800.00$400.00down ?
room, excellent condition,like closing costs, 469.60 monthly, room, NW 70th St. $21 weekly. Dixie most

I new, near shopping, schools, Rental Agency, Inc. 3202 NW All the People who Feaster Realty
low no closing costs, $79.54 monthly -
moderately l&TH
park, Ave. 633-2429.
4 CBS units small down reached last
down payment,conventional or pay- Stop looking,put your de- me week

FHA. Financing available. ments. You can live rent free posit on this one today. Aetna Living and dining room, 1 were helped the same 738 NW
and own property. 653 NW,, Realty, Broker, 811 NW
Small monthlypayments.Open bedroom, kitchen and bath day that they receivedmy
27th St. 3737973.No 62nd
% TH Street. Phone 757-5724 St.
Sunday afternoon 1 to 4. Call unfurn., newly painted inside package. YOU CAN
7 days.
532-5566. Open $20 per week. 4007 BE HELPED
qualifying. $500 down. TOO.

1621 NW 58m St. 2 bedroom Move in. 3 bedroom,gold car 9230 NW 16th Ave. CBS, 2 NW 23rd Avenue. 888-6643. Send $2.00 for your 759-8779

house on large lot, zoned for pet, porch, also many like bedroom, Fla room can be Room. Adult men only to live oil and message Now.
apts. Total price $4600. 1/2 new homes for $100 down, used a third bedroom, com- let us find you a
Call 759-3360 SEND
reasonably. TO: M. BURNS
cash down, balance $40 per $65 month. Beautiful Brent- pletely furn., tile roof, oak mornings nice home at a rea-
or evenings prefe-
month. Call Hollywood 987- wood Park. 4 bedroom, 2 bath floors, separate patio and barbecue rable. P.O.Box 495 sonable price.

4668 after 6:30. $350 down. Gordon Akeley, FHA $12,500.00,down- Detroit 4, Mich.

Broker, NA 4-8436. NW 183 payment $400.00, 477.61 mon- Lovely furn. room( ,in private

New house with acre of ground. Street. Open 7 days from 9 thly, no closing costs. Don't lake side home. References. -

CBS with hardwoodfloors, 140 ill 6.CBS.' wait, be first. Aetna Realty, 696-2240.

NW 158th St., Biscayne Gar- (Broker) 811 NW 54th St.,

dens. $20,000 total, $5,000 2 bedroom, living room, Phone: 757-5724, Open 7 days. 1015 NW 52nd StNiceHouse. EDISON SpecialsOPEN

down. (March 31) large Fla room, conveniently Excellent location.* '$28 wk..

located. Inspection. invited. $78.00 Month pays all. Open Liberty Rental Agency. Call
Office Building Plus 757-6507. Sunday 2 to 6. 1240 NW 31st 633-7809.
St. FHA only $350 down and
Brand new building. Ideal for
See 9469 NW 26th AvenueNo month all for AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
doctor dentist C-4 $78.00 pays ,
" lawyer. 2960 NW 60th St. Good CBS
zoning, a must see at 615 qualifying, no closing cost. this lovely 2 bedroom, 1 bath house. $26 weekly. Liberty 8915 NW 9 AVENUECBS
NW 1 mortgage for this 2 bed- CBS, tile roof,home.Veteranscan
60thSt.Price$15,500only Rental
.j Agency. Call 633-7809. tile roof, Flo room, central heat,
, $1,500 down. A must see. A.f. room oak floors Dade Pine buy with only $100 down, garage

ben-Kori. Realtor. REAL charming house. Call 758- also urban renewal, you must 1139 NW 7th Ct. 1 bedroomapt. well, pump, sprinklers. Beautiful neighborhood,

'; Call anytime 751-2243. 5400. Broker. see this. A. Ben-Kori, Real- $14.50 weekly. Free elec. $450 down, FHA. No closing cost. This Is a

"" tor, call anytime 751-2243. Liberty Rental Agency. Call lovely home.
"/ 2 Bedroom CBS Handy- Man Special 633-7809.

, Drive by 845 NW 83rd Terr. Has many rooms needs work. 4 Bedroom, 1 Bath 6520 NW I PLACE

II>I FHA terms $15,000, only$450down. Low down payment, good Income Drive by 5633 NW 6th Ave. 3321 NW 51st St. 3 bedroom CBS home, $250 down FHA. No closing cost.

This is 2 bedroom, 1 property for right party. This is a very lovely large house. $25 weekly. Liberty i Only $86 per month pays everything. This is an

'it bath with large Fla room,fenced Martin M. Berney, Broker, home, wonderful for a large Rental Agency. 633-7809. exceptionally nice and convenient neighborhood.
624-6983. large family there are so
o yard, utility room, vete- V.ry large lot. This Is just off NW 2nd Ave.
$100 down. A. Ben-Kori many rooms, Fla. room, living 1 bedroom
rans turn apt. All elec- i Near all Edison schools.
3 bedroom 1 bath, Fla room, room dining room large
Realtor, call anytime 751- tric kitchen, fully air condi-
2243. CBS, .2020 NW 71st St., low kitchen, utility room, rooms, tioned. This is a deluxe apt. I
down payment, no qualifying. rooms, rooms, fully carpeted, for a nice working couple. No DRIVE BY THESE THEN CALL EDISON
Call right now. Martin M. living room and dining room I
NO QUALIFYING children. Security required. ((1)) 1461 NW 92nd St. Big, big CBS home with
CBS, three bedroom,two bath, Berney, Broker, 624-6983. spotlessly clean, want a bar- Yearly tenants. Only$90 mon- ]!Vl bath, tile roof, Fla. roomextra large garage
Fla oak floors gain, see this for sure. FHA thly. 175 NW 38th St. 2.
carport, room, Apt.
tile roof, large lot. $14,900full 3 bedroom, 1 bath CBS, 2240 terms. Ttoal$11,700 only$400 75x100 lot. $16,000 FHA terms, This is some,

price. $1000 down. Being NW 153rd St. Low down pay- down,veterans only$100 down. Huntington Arms Apartments. thing extra nice, has fenced rear yard. Carpet

sold for less than FHA va- ment. No qualifying.Call right Don't miss this if you are 86 NE 50th Terr. One bed- ing. You really have to see this.

luation. Biscayne Realty now. Martin M. Berney, Bro- looking for lots of space plusa room or two bedroom apts.
(Broker) 7598600.NO ker, 624-6983. lovely home. A. Ben-Korl, Furs or unfurn. Desirable ((2)) 1240 NW 86th
Realtor, call anytime, 751- neighborhood. Good shopping lifyingFenced yard. Take $1500 down.
4 duplexes.Excellent location,I 12243.:
CLOSING COSTS reasonable down payment.Call and transportation. ADULTS ((3)) 5900 NW 3rd Ave. Lovely 2 bedroom CBS
$350 down, total $10,500 FHA. ONLY. Rates monthly or bi- '
home plus 1 bedroom apt. plus effcy apt.
I' $72 per month pays all. Nice right now. Martin M. Beautiful Corner monthly. To see call 757-9931.
Berney, 624-6983. Open Sunday 2 to 6.4755 NW
CBS on two lots, fully fenced. ((4)) 1723 NW 43rd St.4 CBS units plus 4 garages..
5th Ave. Total $12,500 with
---- Nice 2 bed. CBS apt. $22.
Biscayne Realty Inc. (Broker
) 759-8600. 2 bedroom CBS, Fla room, $400 downveterans$100down. CBS, 1 bed. Apt. $17.50. $16,500 total I price.(5)819NW42ndSt. .

carport, corner lot, a must to This Is a beautiful corner, Good, 2 bed. rear house. $20

;k. NO QUALIFYING see. FH. $350 down. 4030 NW CBS, 2 bedroom, 1 bath,beau- Downtown location-CBS, 1 ( ) l 3 bedroom. CBS, life roof,
1st Avenue. Call Fenster tiful eat-in kitchen, hardwood bed. apt. $14. qualifying. $830 down. ,
CBS no
immaculate on large lot Effcy Apt., furnished $13. garage
PL 9-8779. floors carporte this won'tlast
I Realty '
with ,
carport. $1000 down pay- Very large house, $25.
, ment or full price of $11,500 See Sunday for sure. A. Small, 2 bed. duplex. $20. ((6)) We have some nice duplexes on FHA terms."

with $90 per month pays all. DUPLEX Ben-Kori, Realtor, Call any- CBS, large 1 bed. apt. $17.50. ((7)) R-1 1 lot (lust west of 167 NW 48th St.:50x120.'
w : Biscayne RealtyInc.Broker) 2 bedroom, 1 bath, 1 bed- time, 751-2243. Come into our office

\ 759-8600. room, 1 bath, CBS. Clean in Liberty Rental 1 Agency, 2020
and out. Selling FHA valua- AUTO FOR SALE NW 62nd St. Call 6337809. WE HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES,

NO CLOSING COSTS tion. $15,500 total. Only $500 Rolls-Royce 1967, Silver FHA TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.YOU .

., $350 down, total CBS at for down appointment, no closing to show.cost. Fen-Call shadow, black, scarlet Interior HELP WANTEDGirls CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR

Y, $10,500 FHA. $75 per month ster Realty PL 9-8779. 3 mos old, like new. 18 to 25 dancers, sin- $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
Pays all. Home is on nice Call Capital Automobile Co., gers. No experience neces IF YOU CAN QUALIFY.
large lot near Northside Atlanta, Ga., Agent, Elwyn sary. For big shows in ex- DISPLACEDAND
3 bedroom beauty FHA. Only
Shopping. Biscayne Realty, Tomlinson, area' code 404 clusive hotels. Room and "
$350 down. A real doll house.
(Broker), 759-8600. 875-1661. board good salary. Ask for
Drive by 2030 NW 96th St. KEAttY Realtors
or call for appointment to Miss Evans or Miss Nze. EDISON ,

", Lovely 2 bedroom. Each side show Fenster Realty, Broker Free rent plus Income. Invest Saturday all day from 12 noon '
is extra large. Kitchen. Must PI 9-8779. to a new duplex. In fine til 7 p.m. March 25 at the 175 rW 62nd St 751.2'441THE

sell. $700 down. Call 624- locations. The price is right Fine Arts Conservatory. 327

t;, 4874, 4801 NW 19th Avenue. 235-2958. (TF) NW 62nd St. 757-1351. Ba-
thing suits required.

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20 MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 17, 1967

CRB Get $15,000 To Gel


Jobs For UnemployedMetro's

Community Rela- persons, seeking to establish N Zn
tions Board has received a jobs such as customer-contact
$15,000 federal grant to initiate -' positions in governmentalutility -
an immediate program banking and retail esta-
aimed at placing some 300 to blishments.The .
500 unemployed "minority
persons" in jobs throughout grant is part of a
the county, according to Ben $375,000 fund provided by
Sissel, CRB executive direc- EEOC, covering 24 programsin
state and local agencies
tor.The U.s. Equal Employment throughout the country, to establish eCH
Opportunities Commis- a working partnership N "
sion grant will be suplementedby between government equal
$6,500 in services by the employment agencies. j
CRB, and includes coordina- Charles Potter, personnel
director of Burdine's has been
tion of efforts planned or underway -
by several private and named to head a CRB Equal
public agencies.The Employment Task Force
Community Relations which will include persons
Board will conduct its pro- from a broad spectrum of local -
gram among the county's 33 business, industry and civic -
firms employing over 500 leaders.

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,. Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Guidance Clinic .

More than sixty youth attended sion, Opa-locka; insurance, ments were enjoyed by those IMr. James Cherry, director
the Annual Guidance Clinic Mr. Alkin Hepburn, Equitable present. Soror Verneka Silva, Adult Division, Northwestern;
sponsored by Gamma Delta Life Insurance Agent; Law, basileus served moderator. Mrs. Richard Stone, Mrs. I
Sigma chapter of Sigma Gam- Soror Gwendolyn Cherry, Outstanding visitors included: Amelia Rock.
ma Rho Sorority on Saturday, EOPI staff attorney;Medicine,
February 25 at the Browns- Dr. John 0. Brown, Opthal-
ville Community Center. The mologist; New opportunities,
1 1J them9 of the clinic was Mr. Ervin Mills,national bank MORE LOCAL
of Y'r "Training Today's Youth for examiner.A .
Tomorrow's Challenge."
tJ The clinic began with the question and answer period
singing of "Faith of our Fathers followed this presentationwhich
," followed by the Alla- was stated in order to
pattah Junior Chorus rendi- meet the ,challenge of tomor-
I tion of "The Lord's Prayer. row, our youth must possess a
Soror Sarah Cherry gave the vocabulary, be prepared,know
occasion, "Why A Guidance what is available and most of
'ft Clinic." all, be a high school graduate,
Panelists discussing various a. 1 if possible college. (Not a
opportunities, qualifications drop-out).
and the ne ed to be train- M sical selections,"Ezekiel
.. ed were: Education, Mrs. Saw :he Wheel"and"Jericho"were WINNERSWINS$549
Mary King, instructor at Miami rendered by the Alla-
Dade Junior College; Re- pattah Junior Chorus, Mrs.
ligion, Fr. Stafford Sweeting; Berthenia White, directress. ,
Relocation Advisor, Urban Immediately following the clinic -
Renewal and Priest of Mis- a social hour and ref resh-

' Dunkins, editor.n-chief of The Viking yearbook at

William M. Raines High School in Jacksonville, receives REGISTER NOW CENTERVILLAKINOERGARTEN t Mr. Bernard Marzullo of 3147

; the Best Yearbook Feature Award from Edwin LITTLE FOLK PLAY A Tyler Street Hollywood, won
Dementte, Miami yearbook consultant, at the 17th'annual ,. W, 1 $549.00 at Atwood's Humble
Florida A&M University Interscholastic Press Work. SCHOOL 5861 N.W. 17TH AVENUE y' Station 165 N. Federal Highway .
shop held March 24The plaque was donated by the 3290 NW 45 STREET CERTIFIED PERSONNEL Hollywood.

Royal-Crown Cola Company of Columbus, Go. Miami, Florida HOT LUNCHES '

Nursery & KindergartenLicensed PICK-UP SERVICE

NOW OPENPRINCE'S Call 691-7796 OR 696-3302 WINS $5000

REV. 'ROOSEVELT 634-30X4 or 635-5233 Mrs. R. E. Copeland, Sup.
FRANKLIN Mr.Stanley J. Majewski,of 414 ,?
Of Macon, Georgia South J. Street Lake Worth,
got a $50.00 Winning Tlgerino r,.
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