The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 15, 1965
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Volume 43, No. 7 MIAMI, FLORIDA, OCTOBER 15, 1965 16 PAGES

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..f' BURNS' $300 mm ROAD BOND ISSUE _-.:

In a news release sent to short shrift given to two important
newspapers, radio and TV amendments prepared by
stations this week, I. W. Ike Representative Shevin of Dade
Williams ,president of South- County One of the amendments
M side Republican Club of St. would have established a mini-
Petersburg, first vicepresident mum wage of $1.00 per hour for ry
Florida Voters' League, all persons performing any services
Inc.,' national vice-president of work on the roads of
.I of the National Negro Republican the State. The other amend-
.: Assembly, states four ment would have prohibited
.I 'reasons: why he has decided discrimination against any person
.I to ,cast his lot with those op4c because of race or religion -
I posingGovemor Haydon Burns" by any contractor or'.material I
.I $300,000,000 road bond issue. men."
.I Williams expresses the Williams said that the atti- : "
.I opinion that some of the roads tude of the Democratic hier- "u :'
.: are unnecessary, that the archy in Florida toward Negro t
amount raised by the state will voters stems from the fact that
) not be matched by the Federal the Negro has become so wed- u
'da, Government, that the principal ded to the party that their votes h f &wI ..kJ
I d 9t ... 'a f .: beneficiaries will be under are considered "safe in the
r 1 writers, bankers, certain select "
,..,4/1. bag. "The fact that the Negro
"" '. ."... 1c: attorneys, road builders has been completely ignored 1 r +'"
.: and right-of-way agents Then in this drive which could
"-, .I he points a finger at the possibility mean life or death, possibly
,, .I of graft and corruption for the governor, points up the
creeping into the "
I project. need for a strong statewide
M I Negroes will not share inis two-party system, especially
:.:. I any of the benefits derived among Negro voters," he said.
x I from the road bond issue, Williams -
f I said. In his fourth reason .
J LESLIE UGGAMS TO WED AUSSIE +I for his decision to join -
Leslie Uggams and Australian businessman Gra- the opposition he declared: I Huger in Run-Off i'i

ham John Kelvin Pratt are planning to be married in the"The 400,000 callous Negro disregard voters by of Daytona Beach James E. 'i

New.York Saturday. Governor Burns and the State Huger, Bethune-Cookman Col-
The couple will be married in the Fifth Avenue Road Department. Not any of lege business manager, over-
Presbyterian 01 urch Miss Uggams, 22, was a featured the principal beneficiaries un- whelmingly defeated four other
soloist on the television program "Sing Along With der the bond issue are, or will candidates in last wednesday' ...... ?' ---
Mitch." Pratt, a native Australian a manufacturer'sagent be Negro citizens. The gover- City Commission primary race,
for automobiles and fashion. nor's contempt for Negro voters and will face T. McGaritty in "Miss Marching '100" The members of the fa'I'I
was Clearly' evidenced by ,The the Oct. 19 runoff. mous Florida A&M University band.have named
Running' for the Zone 8 Carol Smith "Miss Marching '100'" for the 1965-66 fc

Commission seat, Huger drew school yea Her.charming smile lights up her lovely M t
Final Vote and Frisk 3,248 of the total 7710 votes ''
on Stop cast. Runner up McGaritty was face as quickly as the steps, of the Marching100.
She is the
daughter Mrs. Versie L. Smith of ;
supported by 1,561 votes,Wiggins
oola. Miss Smith was presented to the public pensaI'I'I
1,463, another
Law Comes Up Wednesdayposing Negro received 728 votes the first annual'FAMU Band Day held in Bragg .Stadium
and Gall 710 votes. recently. She is a sophore psychology major. k'

Final action on the contro- law was clear: a search is legal the ordinance and said r '
versial "stop and frisk ordinance if it follows a lawful ar- that 20,00 more names wouldbe Youth' Re"scues-Baby From Fire 'I
was postponed Fridayby delivered soon. Mayor Robert ,
the city commission after rest.He offered amendmentsthat King High attacked thee!t :.. m......_. .._ .... ,...d .... ___. .... __m___.__.. m'_' ."-.. ., ""' .: '
a 90-minute heated hearing, require an arrest before petition and charged it with An 18-year-old North Dade Magnolia Hospital and Clinic. out, then ran outside, said
the opposition asking for more any search is undertaken, and misleading "the good people boy played the role of a hero The baby was treated for Deputy Sheriff Dick Magaldi.
needed changes. said this would be upheld by who signed it." Saturday when he made two blisters on his ears and legsat
City Commissioner Sidney the court. Attacking the legality of trips in a blazing building to Clover Leaf Hospital and Curry ran into the blazing
Aronovitz said he won't vote The original ordiance was the law, Jones said: rescue an 18-month baby and released. building after Mrs. Griff en
for the ordinance no matter adopted on first reading in "Up to now Miami has had was seriously burned himself When flames erupted from told him that the baby was in_
how many changes becausehe March and allowed an officer the best race relations. Now Nathaniel Tyrcne Curry, the house at 1908 N.W. 153rd the bed, and made a search,
does not believe it is legal to stop and search a personif you want to create bitterness, 1911 N.W. 153rd St.,' groped St.,' Opa Locka, Curry was but was driven out by the ,
Former Judge Mitchell Gold- the officer had "cause for arouse feelings and put the through thick smoke on his nearby and he rushed to the flames and smoke. He drenched
man, representing the Florida alarm." police in a bad situation. The hands and knees on his second scene. himself with water from a garden -
Crime Defense Attorneys Association PASSED FIRST READING law is aimed at Negroes and trip. He found the child, Rudy Rudy and another child, hose, crawled back into
led the opposition police will use it most in the White, crying under the bed. four-year-old Rainel Chambers, the building and found the
again Friday Attorney Donald Under consideration Fridaywas Negro areas. where there is Mrs. William Tolbert, the had been left in charge of their child under the bed.
Wheeler Jones,of the NAACP, the amendment passed high crime. child's mother said, "lie told k grandmother, Mrs. Johnny Mae Mrs. Griffen paid $50 which
and A. D. Moore spoke for Sept. 15 by the commission on Vice Mayor Alice Wain- me he had to reach through Griff en, who was outside talk- constituted her rent money to
CORE. the first reading, that an of- wright, who sponsored the fire to get the baby." ing with neighbors. get Curry into the hospital.
The proposed ordinance is ficer has reason to believe a law, pleaded for its passag e Curry, who suffered first On Tuesday the Loyal Buddies,
unconstitutional, Goldman felony has, is or will be com- to give the police this new ,and second degree bums on Rainel found matches, play- a local civic club, presentedher
told the commission, becauseit mitted before stopping and "tool to fight crime." |I his hands and legs, was reported ed with them and started the with $50 so that the rent
allows a person to be stop- searching a person. The commission will have a I in fair condition at the fire while the grandmother was could not go unpaid.
ped and searched before an- Moore presented a petition final vote on the ordinance
arrest is made. lie said the signed by 20.000 Negroes op- October 20.

I 6 Iniured in Car Crash Get Out the Vote Committee 'Shine Still" Uncovered I

A head-on. collision Sunday with Williamson careless was driving charged and Pushes For Final RegistrationTo in New Liberty City -

night on N.W. 46th St., .
sent six persons suffering from using the wrong.lane. be able to vote Nov. 16, and vote November 16. 'Rev. Federal Grand jury last pounds of sugar, 950 gallonsof
injuries to the hospital. the Ministerial Laymen's Voter Thedford Johnson, chairman. week charged four men and a mash, and two gallons of
Cars driven by Fred L. Ministerial Voter new moonshine just running
Every City Blockto Registration and Get Out Layman's woman with having a 110-gal-
King, 29, of 511 N.W. 47th The Vote Committee is urgingall Registration and Get Out The Ion moonshine still "set up from the condenser.The .
and A.Williamson Vote Committee. house had been under
Terrace, Henry un-registered persons to go and in operation."
39, of 2450 N.W. 48th Be CheckedEvery and register at the Supervisor After a preliminary hearing surveillance from 9 a.m. until
Street collided. 0 Police said of Registration 1351 NW 13th .... '>' before U. S. Commissioner Edward the 3:30 p.m.'raid, federal
the Williamson car was on the single block in the St. at once. & ."J ""I Swan, the following per- agent William D. Schurr told
wrong side of the street. City of Miami will be checked Please note-if you live in L SI''h "AII ICE sons were bound over: Wilson, Commissioner Swan.
and doubled-checked for cleanup Precincts 118, 119, 120, 121, Lockett 40, of 2417 N.W. He entered the premises to
Others injured, in additionto and beautification according 104 and 144 and had to move 1 ,;:..,,'it':}'_ ", t 'r'. : 4'f' ), 56th St.; Vance Hughes, 48, serve a search warrant, he
the drivers, were Lawrence to a regional plan an- because of the Expressway ,,' ,'0 /" '.. '\;,.' of 2431 N.W. 56th St.;' Aaron said, when he found the front
Smith, 26, of 1780 N.W. 49th nounced this week by E. Albert ;you must register again if you REGITER 1'J Kimbrough 20, of 4500 Brooker door unlocked, but no one on
Street, a passenger in King'scar Pallet chairman of the will not be able to vote November l! St.; Coconut Grove; Camel the inside. 'The still was in
and John Gills 27 of City of Miami Beautification 16.Books Si.t; :? ,..;..... McCiston, 35, of 266 N.W. 8th operation in the front room, he
Soperton, .Ga. Johnny Ross, Committee.The open Friday, Oct 15 BOOKS' :CLOSE6 :P.M., St.;' and Judy Ann Turner, 20, said, and other moonshine apparatus -
22,of 529 N.W.46th Street, and city will be divided from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.,' all day A G of 3000 N.W. 215th Street.In were in another room.
Archie Garmon, 41, of 1320 into nine regions, with a chairman Saturday, Oct. 16 (from 9 a.m.rt}1's, rUDA, y ., a joint raid by federal, He later served the warrant one..
N.W. 61st Street riding in the responsible for each area. to 6 p.m. Register Nowll!! Be lnrt1S CI351iN1wS..I3T state and county agents, all Lockett he said.Lockett's '
Williamson car. They were reported They will report twice monthly ready to vote November 16! : STI were arrested at the 215th St. bond was set by t
in satisfactory condit- on overgrown lots, unsightly The key to better jobs, be t. .,.. ,.. (',' ''' .'! address on Thursday. Officers Swan at 5000. Bonds for the rr
ion at Jackson Memorial Host trash, and signs of neglectby ter community and outstanding 'is-I.. .6r.'JIf" seized the still, two automo- other four were set at $2,500
pital. property owners. citizenship is to register and biles, 150 pounds of com, 140 pending a grand jury review.


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2 THE. MIAMI TIMES, Friday October 15, 1965
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; Saturday*??Oct. 9; Nathaniel "watT'coming' from and*we'"

Curry, age 16, of 1911 surely grateful to the Loyal
NW 153rd St..'saved the life ofa Buddies for ,coming to our
small boy, when he made two rescue." r
trips into the burning buildingof It may very well come to /Yrt
his next-door neighbor. pass, pending future deliberation -

Young Curry, severely burnedby that the Buddies will r
his heroic'action, was hos- make a "Meritorious, Award"
pitalized as V' result of his each month. A member of the
efforts. His pother, Mrs. William community will be singled out
Tolbert, had to part with and cited for his or her out- w
the rent money to get him in standing effort and made to be
the hospital. the recipient of a handsome
This courageous act made certificate and a check:: for $50. r
the front pages of the Miami In a few weeks the Buddies
Herald's Sunday paper and was will begin their Fall candy-
read by many'pitizens of the sale campaign, raising funds 1 : '
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community; Among the readers for their annual Christmas i----- 1.._. rl ;
were'several members of the Basket project. 'Each year at
Loyal Buddies, a local! social Christmas time, several indi-
and civic club noed for their gent families are visited by Aj
many charitable activities in the Buddies given wellfilled -
the 'community. baskets of food, candy and '
At their regular meeting; toyr to brighten up an otherwise -
held last Sunday afternoon, it hopeless holiday. ji j-

was unanimously agreed by Also on Saturday, Oct. 23,
the members present that this a "public invited" house par-
deed of valor should not go ty will be held at the home of
unrewarded. So, in keeping Buddy Ted Plessy. 3166 NW
with their policy of community 53rd St. There will be refresh
uplift and betterment, the Loyal ments, games, entertainmentand
Buddies voted .to present dancing. The menu will 'tt
Nathaniel Curry with a check I 24kA
1 feature souse, barbecue ribs or
for $50 to replace the rent chicken and potato salad. :

money.In Come out and meet the
the photograph below Loyal Buddies and have an _
Loyal Buddy President JohnL. enjoyable evening. '

Hunter is shown handing Meanwhile take a minute to The first in a series of teenage dances to be giv- they could eat and drink free.Everyone had a thoroughly -
Ahe check to young Curry with help brighten up the day for a en by the Public Relations Department of Bonded Ren- good time, including Clay who stayed the whole

Buddies Russell Watts and badly-burned youth, by send- tal Agency in its recreation auditorium at 4150 N.W. afternoon, signing autographs and taking pictures with
Sonny Wright looking on. Mrs. ing a cheerful note or get-well
7th Avenue was held on Saturday October 9. Guest of the youngsters.The .
Tolbert, also at the presentation
to Nathaniel Curry at
Monday night, said, ,"We Magnolia Hospital, 14310 NW honor and star attraction was World's Heavyweight teenagers enjoyed it so much that Luther
had no idea where the money 22nd Ave.-Opa-locka, Fla. Champion Cassius Clay. Brooks, president of Bonded Rental Agency announcedthat
"-.."'1 .- ;" ':tIIr._ About 200 teenagers and 50 pre-teens enjoyed instead of holding the teenage parties monthly,
u F dancing to the music from a specially installed juke they will be held about every two weeks.

box that enabled the youngsters to pick their own se- The Miami Herald sent a writer and a photographerto

lections without putting any money in the machine. cover the affair. Johnson of Miami was on the spot

Refreshments consisting of hot dogs, potato chips for the Times and made these pictures.

and soda pop were on the house and the kids got all C. A. Lockhart is public relations director.
TO THE VOTING PUBLIC or less together for better city
government. Mrs. Range is

"" .. \ ,,'<-! This is to clarify any vying for the vacant seat in
-t:,". .. :a.\ie:' '{): doubts of thoughts that you group 4 and Mrs. Bradley in
croup 5.Both.
""" 1,111 may have concerning our two
ft.r '
",' /- women candidates in the forth- of these ladies are
10 coming city commission elec- deserving of your support and
CM :)1 vote in this race to keep our
1 "of ,
< .V '., tion.Mrs.. Edith Bradley and Mrs. voices heard jinuour ,city I gov
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o o\" "" I Athalie Range are not in competition ernment.
:;. against one another.In Committees to elect
.. these ladies into
-- fact they are running more two
: office

Decathalons Socio-Civio Club, an organization /i.i" ; BUYING A NEW CAR ? ?

keenly interested in the promotion of sports in the "l
community and devoted to sponsoring outstanding ath- ,
letes is busy climaxing plans for their Third Annual .

Miss Decathalon Ball, being staged at the BayfrontPark the appointment of FrankE. .f f t. I

Auditorium, October 22. 1 Clarke as media supervisorat
Looking the Sports World Over advocates the sup- Erwin Wasey, Inc., Los An- \
port of their great efforts may have glowing results in geles, was announced here to

of this thoughtful group, so that their great efforts may'have day by Michael M. Minchin, Jr.,
glowing results ir the achievements of the ath- vice president and general
letes of manager of the advertising
..... our community. agency.
Clarke joins Erwin Wasey

land, Calif., where he was regional SAVEFinance
Cosmetologist Unit No. -7 ing the purpose of the Southern
met at the home of Mrs. Opal Atlantic Region of the N.B.A. sales manager. Prior to
King Oct. '5 with the president League. Many Florida units that he headed his own adver-
presiding. Business of have responded, also the unit tising and public relationsfirm
importance was discussed and in Nassau. She feels that the Frank Clarke Associates Your '66
Car with Our
offices in
attention was turned to the State will be well representedat San Francisco ,
p.trip to Key West Fla.'Oct. 31. the annual meeting to be and also Los Angeles.
Come and go wi th us on a held Oct. 24-26 in Savannah, Clarke will report directlyto
t sightseeing tour of Key West Ga. Headquarters is the man a- William Cline, vice presi- AUTO LOAN !
dent and associate
!sponsored by Cosmetologist Hotel at Congress and Bull media di
tlo. '7. 'Bus leaves 1719 N.W. Street. Bertha Perry was rector.
ji9th St. 7 a.m.523 N.W. 2nd elected delegate from Unit No. ... 'I
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& ve. 7:30 a.m.. and 3595 O randftve. 7. Mrs. Opal King who is l'1 11'\1, !.1 1"M'tV"J Mw' Wr ''M h" it .)fa1'g t'i' ;;* 'd t') ';,'M'.pt.'i':
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8 p.m. assistant financial secretaryfor TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO "<" ", :- 'e' "UnO
; Marion Muldrow the Atlantic will ::." ;. :,'! )'}, tw :'' 3r
rMrs. president Region CHURCH SUNDAY ;:;;'.v ; ;tt +wiHe i. ..t\:elt: r. t.-ft s.r'r's' "
i of Unit No. 7 and also attend. 'The region
super- con- J. "': >itt' ;:
visor of Florida and the B.- sists of Florida,Georgia,North '\:, <;, 'c ;
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taunas appeared on program at and South Carolina and the 'l:0j, ,, J' .. "' ..."" "" .<,, '
the annual dawn breakfast of Bahamas. Mrs. Buehler Hunteris '}>'tj .1t-'l..J"i tIr ij. 'I) ,'ft..?;w'v "want.i .
Theta Nu Sigma Sorority at the national supervisor, 4 *t:."' ;: J ry; h. '#tkt t; 'i.,> j:
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the national convention recently Atlanta Georgia. : 4
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in Washington, D.C. M. Muldrow, president and :3.\lnNt "
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'.*4Due to her efforts in explain Ella M. Hall, reporter. ; ; ';'" .tH" "',' ( e-t,<, .' ,, C
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Georgia's Governor Carl students to schools. in .other out the local crisis, Williams nearby Greene and Warren
Sanders was accused of "ap counties. said. Sanders recently called Counties.
palling pettiness" by a South- Hose<<: Williams told an Williams "irresponsible." About 100 Negroes marched
ern Christian Leadership Con- Atlanta news conference there The number of the para- from the Friendship Baptist
ference official Friday as could be no moratorium on troopers was increased from Church to the county Jail.
racial demonstrations continued demonstrations Sanders>i 40 to 80 Friday. The Negro where J. T. Johnson and
in Crawfordville, Oat .- has pfoposed unless the saidents who tried to block Willie Bolden, SCLC leaders,
It was the second straight governor and the Crawfordville the path of the buses with and 10 other demonstratorswere
week that Negro students in authorities agree to sit down their bodies, while other being held.Johnson .
that Northwest Georgia com- with Negro leaders and dis- demonstrators attempted to and Bolden were
munity staged demonstrationafter cuss grievances. reach the buses, were revoked.As held in lieu of $500 bond eachon 1
state troopers blocked Sanders has "exhibited an the bus was loaded, an a charge of threatening a
their zttempt to board school appaling pettiness and pre- escort of eight patrol cars accompanied white man during their civil
buses used to transport white disposition to be led" through- It through town to rights speeches.

65 Pompano Garbage

Workers Strike

'. Sixty-five employes who ing agents, and commissioners.
walked off the job in Pompano reaffirmed a former promiseto
Beach Monday, leaving the review the wage scale of
'city without garbage collect- the city. The walk-out would
i ion and crippling several de- not be called a strike, they
partments, Were fired by City said.The j
Manager lls worth Hoppe. city should air nothing
to encourage employes to joina
Immediate steps were tak- union which under a state '
en by city officials to hire law, is prohibited from striking ?ki {I
new workers and to look for a and from being a collective -

private garbage collectionfirm bargaining agent, Commis- ....
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A which will be needed if ioner Ed Stack said. FAMU OMEGAS CROWN QUEEN Several members of

the men cannot be replaced "We would only be deludingour Upsilon Psi chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.,
soon enough. employes into paying dues
at Florida A&M with their Miss
University pose queen,
Most of the 65 employes that would ultimately not benefit -
are from the sanitation department them very much," Stack Alonzetta Tinker of Shreveport, La. Shown here, left
They said that they said. He pointed out that the to right, are: Larry Bassie, West Palm Beach; Miss
want higher wages and union city has its own procedure for Tinker, a junior music major at the university; Alex-
Y recognition.The hearing labor grievances.The ander Roberts, Winter Park. Standing are: Miss Eugenia
city attorney told the water, municipal garage Nichols, Hallandale; Lennoris Rozier, Tallahassee;
that the state laws and
men prohibits sewer departments
Miss Wanda Lakeland Grant Talbott Owens-
Hayes, ; ,
cities from recognizing were partially crippled by the
r unions as collective bargain work stoppage. boro, Kentucky; and Cecil Hayes, Fort Lauderdale.
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FAMU KAPPAS CROWN "QUEEN" During recent o. ? fc t Mftfc v

coronation ceremonies of the Alpha Xi chapter of Kappa -

Alpha Psi Fraternity at Florida A&M University, DEPENDABLE CONSCIENTIOUS SERVICE .
James Monroe of Tarpon Springs, chapter polemarch, Trained Teachers Balanced Lunch TransportationALL :: .':;- Where.'old I and new, friends' AeetEARL '-.,

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places a jewelled tiara on the head of Miss Isadora FOR $8.00 PER WEEK ."""' "PROP 0- --
Cumberbatch, Ojus, Fla., the organization's "queen".for.l96566.A' .
. 3038 N.W. 48th Terr. NE 4-4308
junior, majoring in elementary education; PHONE 159-8422 4400 N.W.1TH AYE.
Miss Cumberbatch is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

James I. Cumberbatch. Mr. Monroe, a senior majoringin -
instrumental music at FAMU, is the son of Mr. C.V.

Monroe of Tarpon Springs. ., y : -.y "


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4 THt MIAMI TIMES. Friday. October t3. 1965E. their office staff have a false-
Ph staff. If they don't hire without .
Just A Word! For Pun un, discrimination, the govern.

S Mrs M. AI .Ii. Rouge By Phil Ossofer ment all, ,the should brewers draft don't them. segregate After

Although I gave up drinking their light beer from their

James Andrew Griby der for us to sustain. Now is beer a long time ago, I was.dark beer.
SIGUMUND REEVES. Editor 4 Publish By. the time to stand up and prove thrilled to read in 'Dave Bon- Budweiser has started a
GARTH C REEVES Mon.gtn0 Edit.. Minister that we want what we've been du's column that BudweiserBeer good work in St. Louis. Let's
,, Dear Readers: fighting for. (integration. Company had hired.a Ne- hope it spreads.to Old Milwau-
M/1wb.r 0' tho N.t>o.iol New.,.,.,. P..It..hon. Auocletloa At one point, I felt reluc- There are those when they gro girl for office work. Bud' kee.-'Bud should be awarded a
:' SUBSCRIPTION RATES tant about writing an article have reached the top of the a good beer with a good head Blue Ribbon for its good tastein

CUE YEAR $S.co.SIX. MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN U.OO simply because I am in the ladder of success, lose the and it is using it. hiring regardless of color.
common touch and forget those Actions like this made Bud As Edelweiss Beer advertisesback
!.......4 os W<_d Class Matter, August 9, 1927 .. .... Pat eou>loy of our very fine candi- who helped them climb, but not weiser than its competition, ( in Chicago), it's a case
Office MIa.i FlofHa under lU .f March date, but the thought came to'
at act 8. 1176 so with M. Athalie Range. She and if the others don't wake up of good judgment.
me that the Truth is the Light is small enough to know all, Bud will have them over
Offlca at 6740 H.W. 15th A..ft. Phone OX 1.042I"CREDO soon.
matters not from whom it and large enough to serve you a barrel 'With a growing supply -

OF THE NEGRO PRESS" comes, neither their positionin in all capacities.No of Negro workers on tap, LONGHORNIS
Th. NEGRO PRESS "'.''..." that America can ....t leod any field of endeavor, so matter how rushed Mrs. the brewer who hops to it and
.... world ftow racial and national antagonist when it oc Range is, she is never too his share of this talent
here I gets
cards to ..." won ragardlass of roc., cr..d or .color his go: rushed to give you a smile and will GREAT
....... Jesus has said: "He that prosper.
and lagal rights. Hating no wow, fearing no 1MItI-the listen to your problems then might say that those
tie.,. Prase strives to help .".rjr man in the firm belief. that is the Greatest among you, let t''she t will help you to try to add Negroes to
sift .. hurt Iowaas Is h.lclltack. ," who refuse to
or* any* i him be your servant. Mrs, solve them.

Range does not class herselfas Think of the programs she -
CHURCH CONDEMNS ALABAMA INJUSTICEThis great, but as an humble servant has spoken on. Do you know

week we publish the following statement by to humanity. She has laid that every check given her for WooLWORTH
the Rt. Rev. John E. Hines, Presiding Bishop of the her all at the altar of sacrifice her service was returned?
Episcopal Church We believe the bishop has given the for all peoples. When an Well, they were, because I
proper authorities some statements worthy of cons i- issue came up about a liquor mailed them back to the van- A
deration. store being placed in a resi- churches and organizations Y
dential zone, who but Mrs. myself. Don't you think a per- ih
Seminarian Jonathan Daniels and his fellow civil
Range (others too of course) son of this nature needs your
rights workers,the Rev. Richard F. Morris roe, were gun-took in her
every car posses- support! Oh, yes you'll hear
ned' down by deputy sheriff Thomas Coleman on August sion and carried people to the lot of "trash" now simply because
20. It was not the "shot heard around the world,"even City Commissioners' and stood she is seeking a public

though its reverberations have not lessened; but the and fought for a residentialzone office, but do not let your ears
verdict rendered by the jury on September 30 in Hayne- to be that and nothing be garbage receptacles. Just
ville was heard around the world. else but that! think of Jesus who went about

What it said about the likelihood of minorities se- doing good, who was ridiculed,
curing even-handed justice in some parts of this country She then had no idea of called everything but the Son
running for public office. If of God, crucified and nailed to
should jar the conscience of all men who still believe -
she were concerned then about the Cross, but thanks be to
in the concept of justice in this land of hope.
the welfare of us all, what will God He arose with victory in
It is simply inconceivable to intimate acquain- she do if she is elected to office His hands.
tances of bothyoung men that Jonathan Daniels flashed ? She has the grit and de- VOTE FOR MRS. M. ATHA
a knife or that Father Morrisroe was armed. Alabama'sown termination the will power LIE RANGE AND WAVE THE Nry

attorney general branded testimony that they were and the "know-how," so why PALMS OF VICTORY, iY'w xr k
armed as perjury. The studied care with which the defense not give her a chance to prove VOTE! VOTE! VOTE!
assassinated the character of a man already herself? Do you realize that
if she is elected this will I
Mrs. is
Range a loving
dead rightfully angers fair-minded men everywhere. Fortjtnately -
open the door for your sons, mother a sweet grandmother I
,Jonathan Daniels'integrity survives such des-
husbands and even your daughters -
considerate employer and a I
picable action.. to walk right in and be a successful business
i' A more pervasive question is whether or not the representative for their people. but above all, a Christian.woman I

I ;jury system, as it is now administered in the state of Too long have we sat down Kind friends, lend her your I
;Alabama (and some other areas), if allowed to perpetuate waiting for the crumbs to fall support, and I feel that there \
itself without radical reform, will deal a blow as from the table of others in or- will be no regrets. Ij j

, 'lethal as Coleman's shotgun blast to the common man's
hope for justice. The horror of the Coleman case may .... ......... ...

I bring cries for swift federal intervention, legislative .' .' : ;

: and otherwise, by which capital crimes connected with :: "TO1'Ii VI l'rR.NS;
.civil rights be made federal offenses. : .... =
Such may indeed be a viable strategy for more .
3 equitable justice, more germane II .
w ..""
.,., -
long run would be the mounting of a jury selection pro- N ENTITLES YOU TO AN FHA HOME WITH ,.-,. '-"!:..-..-: ....
cess which reduces to an absolute minimum the cul- ONLY -. .
= SIN .
tural and emotional pressures in localized areas. The .
end result would be a jury genuinely representative of j jdf
2 a 11 the people over whom it holds such powers of judge CALL AND LET US SHOW YOU A 2,3 OR 4 II ;-. ".,...'''...,.::N .z. -:
::;;; :: -
ment. As basic as is. the right to vote, the right to a = BEDROOM CBS HOME ON LARGE LOT ":. .....

jury trial by a nan's peers antedates it in the long . = 1to.1o; ,

struggle for responsible freedom. Even the most inten. = BRAND NEW HOMES w
sivecampaign for voter registration will founder if potential Exceptional value Flat or fitted
Three Bedrooms 2 Baths Fla
Room II
voters, looking ahead, are able to discern only I -

the wreckage of their hopes for justice on the jagged Three Bedrooms 1 Bath Fla Room .

rocks .of bias and discrimination. The Philadelphia Enquirer's II Easy Terms Perfect Financing I: FINE QUALITY
editorial comment is pertinent "the ancient
Down Payment from $500
form of trial 'by a jury of his peers' cannot function if :I
. .
the 'peers' in effect admit they would have committedthe .

same senseless criminal act as the defendent if
they had had the oppotunity." MUSLIN SHEETS

The acquittal of Thomas Coleman, which is surelya 2010 N.W. 85th Street ..:

travesty of justice, is not the price we must pay for II 2 bedroom, Fla room, $250 down, $58 month. .I

the jury system. Rather it is the fearful price extracted Call Mr. Kroll =I
from society for the administration of the system by i Woven Woolworth's exact
people whose prejudices lead them to sacrifice justice lil'ing specifications for
=s= 123i N.W. 88th St. Call Mr.
Kemp .
upon the altar of their Irrational fears. ., long wear. Made to 67
The life of Jonathan Daniels is not more and less = 16820 N.W. 24th Ave. Call Mr. Kemp I: withstand many washings. Reinforced

valuable than that of any other man in the sight of God. e 8921 N.W. Little River Dr. Call Mr. Kemp II. hems.81x108" .
3ut the cause in which he offered it is a cause dearo Flat or

everyone who breathes the air of free men. Because FORD SPECIALS == Full Fitted Bottom \ flat
if this free men must not permit the devastating ver- Pillow Case 42x36", 44c72xIOtt"
= 2 Bedrooms Furnished CBS Tile Roof \ortulnflttfdSareSSr
\\iict of the Hayneville twelve to be the final word of

injustice in Alabama or anywhere else.REGRETTABLE N Big Lot II

i = 2440 N.W. 154th Street 'K
72 x 00"ELM
U= $150 Down $47 Month ==

The Progressive Liberal Party at Nassau, Bahamas b BLANKET
once a popular organization, has had much strife == NO QUALIFYING :: \

"within its membership and seems to be losing its po : 2 bedrooms, CBS, large lot. $300 down. $89 \ \

pularity. Some of its outstanding members have left the : month /

party and according to late reports three more are out .
. .
by a two month suspension. They are Attornies Paul 44

L. Adderly,Orville Turnquest and Mr. Spurgeon Bethel. == L bedrooms, 36 N.W. 51st Street. Call Mr. :: ..

,Charges against the three were that they ignored the Alterson. $300 down. $85 month. .
arty's general council ruling to boycott meetings of y

;the House of Assembly in September. The three an- . U n g. 3.09

,nounced their resignation from the party and were fol- 3 bedrooms. 2 baths, 2 porches, move in.3121 N

lowed by three others including a vice chairman and a .. N.W. 13th Avenue. $200 down $27 week. Soft, fluffy 94% rayon
national council member.
:: . = and 6% nylon blanket is
This action was followed by the forming of another bound in washable.
party-the National Democratic Party. It seems a pity WE HAVE DUPLEXES AND OTHERINCOME :: ..+. Your choice of;handsome

the PLP, once a strong organization that has some = PROPERTY WE HAVE THE HOME FOR decorator colors. Light
worthwhile accomplishments ot its credit, should find warmth.USE .
YOU weight yet gives
itself in such .
a predicament.In ., -._.- -- .
unity there is strength. We will watch with interest : ,.... ------y--:; :,1i. );;"----'1Q1- OUR FREE LAYAWAY

the political situation between these two parties. REALTY lk. "VAllAU 'N MIAMI MIAMI IUCH, COIAl aAluS.
t p.- -::' FORD .\k.k.rl<'I Aral",.' NOMISTIAD. MOUYWOOO .*J WIST MOUTWOOO.

'1",1," '" ," ,11,'" ,.,." ." ",w.... I : N.W.15th ?' ?" "
= 3639 Avenue f 635-4595 f f8PEH .
Join the NAACP .. ..
M8NBAYIIIM !s All' :T .VJ "-

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 15, 1965 5BLUE

ts ... ..' N)' ----- ,-.

r NOTEJAjtHere f p

t.0.; '" rail
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rk % ... ''$.,W.: "ITTN'AYEIT1t"riend i ..._.. J JJ I
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Mrs Prince (Ida) Miller returned to the city on ._ k J l' .tt8q: 'Injownf'Ht4
Sunday after an extended 'vacation in New York City. ; "',Ptac. foi'a. >"Pe"ply.!
I W' '- .

Orchids to Nathaniel Tyrone Curry, the 16yearold 4 'It is ',Wednesday and I haven't. :to l, my column.:
boy who was burned severely on.Saturday when he 4' Have to hurry now for It Is tim, to go to pr.>..>Haven't don
made two trips into a fiercely blazing home before he ._ anything except talk baseball all woek. 'WetcKed all. of tho
could reach through the flames.to carry an 18-month-old I IT games on our T.V. horo In tho "Note." Today ,Is tho day
baby to safety. Nathaniel, we're proud of that really counts. Havo a houseful of friends here now -_
you. \: all waiting for the game to start.My bread Is on the Dodgers.
T Seems most everyone feels the same not too many "Twin"
Orchids to Patricia Harris, our first Negro ambas- ; fans here today.As .'
sador (to Luxembourg). usual the "Note" has been swinging all week. Doc
Clayton came 'In for a br.w. He sent 'a friend 'In to see me
Orchids to Dr. Gunnard Antell who is waking out IK tf and she ,Is now a pretty addition to the Blue Note .toff4So
of the county Health Department N' L'IoUJ1I"1I" com on In and say hello to Mary. Foots Is on "tap" with
his famous bottle cap routine and his lively/ jive. Bill Cull.r
And let us not forget while our orchids are being sent Delta Sigma Theta Sorority National PresidentDr. Is still h.ad man In the barbecue department. Betty, lye,
to include the young ladies at Barry College who are Geraldine P. Woods, of Los Angeles; actor Lee and Rusty are here to serve you a cold suds or your favorite
working with girls from Booker T. Washington Satur- Marvin; DST Eastern Regional Director Constance wine.
day mornings. Elaine Clayton of Philadelphia, and actor Woody Ivo's sister, Betty, and her friend, Sherry, visited withus
on Sunday ond'onloy.d our famous barbecue ribs. Dave,'
Storde, pose for the camera before luncheon hosted by
you could nominate either one of them for your "pretty girl.
Charla Mae Forbes of Nassau is the houseguest of Columbia Pictures Corporation for Delta Sigma Theta'sExecutive "
of the week. A rose to Rose who Is our good friend and regular -
Board in Hollywood. Marvin is currently
Mrs. Vera Flowers. seen -
visitor. Tootle, Minnie, and their gang had a thing
in "Ship of Fools,"; Strode.was recently seen in going on In our Play Room. Ardell Bond and Alvin spent on,
J. C. and Maner Paramore are cuddling a pink "Genghis Khan," and both .will appear in Richard evening with us last week. They are from Tampa and always
bundle of joy, little Jacenia.The Brooks' "The Professionals," which starts shootingthis stop In when they come to Miami. So good to see you. I
month. As usual, we had several Nassau visitors; Eddie Smith
Nathaniel Lester Barnes, James Cittons, Mr. D. Come back real soon!
Coopers bought blue ,blankets for
their bundle of job. ELKS CHARITY BALL Have you tried our new "stout" highball 2/3 glass of
SUNSHINE CLUB TEA your favorite brew, 1/3, glass Culness Stout. Good?
Attention lodges, temples,
Special greetings to Bill and all of our "Coca Colo"
Paula Ingraham and Carol Hannah with daughter The Sunshine Club invite and friends: You are invited to friends, "Jew" Rubin of Fla. Power and Light, Big David
Teah, spent the weekend in Miami as houseguest of you to attend a fall tea Sunday attend a charity ball, Saturday, and all of his big brothers, Cigar, Johnny R. James, Henry,
Mrs. Marie Cooper. afternoon October 17 from 4 to Oct. '16 at 329 NW 16th Terr. Finely, Ruth, Shirley, Inca, Dixon, Washington, Mary W.
6 p.m.at the Liberty Square Sponsore by Past Exalted Hop. you enjoyed the ribs, Mr. R. So nice of you to
Carol Jones and son Donald Jr. 'are visiting in Auditorium. 6306 N.W. 14th Rulers Council of IBPOEW. com In with Mr. D. and Billy. As you can see, the "Not*"
Fort Worth, Texas with Carol's parents. Avenue. Is what's happening.I'll .
be bock with more next week so look for me 'In the
LICENSED PRACTICAL "Times." I'll be looking for you this week In the "Blue
Verde Hanow is back at her teaching post after a NURSES TEA SUNDAYThe REDUCE Note."

recent illness. Lose up to 6 pOlldsWEEKLY Ellno<1
Licensed Practical
National Newspaperboy is Saturday.You prob- Nurses Organization cordially t
ably don't need to be reminded that our nation is run by invite you to its annual tea, 1545 S. W. lit Street FHA & VA RESALE HOMES
former newsboys. mong. the thousands who got their Sunday afternoon, Oct. 24. FR 3-2748
start "pedaling a route" are sevet.il presidents, dozens Four to six o'clock at the $100 $200 DOWN PAYMENTNO J'
House of Albert, 3161 Grand CLOSING COST '
of hundreds of DR. LONG'S CLINICWHATHlS
senators representatives, gover- Ave..Coconut Grove.
nors, and enough industrial tycoons ti fill Yankee Mrs. M. Johnsonpresident; .,-. 2-3-4 Bedrooms Like New

Stadium. Mrs. L. Perpall, reporter .., Low Monthly Payments
j w
,_t'O ,aMPr.....a ..esq.-.4 .... "" "

and Mrs.Miss Betty Henry Thomas Young before'of Detroit going Michigan on to Selma visited, Alabama Mr.- ;> J Jp ;! (Pkii'7540483.fEHiry' >.A'HowTo ', I

.! to visit, other. relatives. ., : 1.
M I ., f.ar o't.f
-... '- : FOR YOUTH. 'lOHGHORN? "" ...1 ,l ,
Thomas Glass has returned to Macon, Georgia aftera The monthly meeting for ft.y" .... <<"..jf.fo>'" ) ,; t ._'v.jI <,- U23BISOA BOULEVARD;: : u -y "
delightful visit with and friends. Lucille r.
family is the Council for Youth will meet
Thomas' better half. Tuesday, October 19 at 8 p.m.

at the Juvenile Court Building., . ,.
JaneWhyms and Indolyni Gentle of Nassau are visi- 800 N.W. 28th Street. Miss tji/t.f/ "{"' "" .\< of ,s., ,; >"

ting Mrs. Hazel Brown, 1320 N.W. 60th Street. Florine Jones director of ;;: f till. a ;lfESL. Call the' 'BEST !
Project Miami. will be the key : '

Get well wishers to Maxwell Frank note speaker. .
John Armstrongat ,',; ,1
I Il
Mrs. M. Gill, president
( Jackson Memorial) Aubrey Simms and Lyndon Johnson. Mrs. Dorohty Portlock, dor-; l r-'W'fW. -- -

responding secretary; Mrs. : a

Alma Crawford, Edna Williams and Marion McGhee Frances Mill, recording secre- NATIONALo I

attended TSAL-TAVA Workshop at Tampa, Florida, tary.

September 30-October 2. '

Sympathy to Johnny Burke in the loss of his mo- BE A NURSE'S AIDE d

ther, the Dames Family in the loss of their father and THE IDEAL SCHOOL FOR ,:
the King family in the loss of their mother. TRAINING NURSES'AIDES : : ,

2380 West Flogler Streejl THREE WAYS BETTER 1 :
Mrs. Ira (Louise) Davis is visiting her daughterand ,
Call for Information and for
son-in-law the David Porters at Rantoal, Illinois. brochures 444-4437 or ,
443.9741Momma 1. PEST CONTROLThe lowest prices in town with 1

Celebrating wedding anniversaries this week are Cia....: the finest quality and fastest ;
the Ferris Rhodes (Majorie) and the Bertram (Claudia) 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. service. JJ
Coopers. Evening Cia..."
7 to 10 p.m. ;

Happy Birthday wishes are for Errol Mizell, LewisP. REGISTER NOW FOR NEW 2. TERMITE CONTROL. Free i inspection i Get rid of xy

Blake II, Theodore E. Robinson, Otis Shelley, An- CLASSED... termites foreverl \
nie M. Jackson, E. U. Timman and Anthony George Jr. a
James and Robert Lightbourn from Nassau, are \
Y' 3. LAWN SERVICE Chinch bug and army worms hate j
concluding a two-week vacation here. They are the '
houseguest of Mrs. Arabella McKinney. 44t usl Let National keep your lawn ";/:.,f
beautiful! ;j. J:

We were pleased to have our old friend, Or s borne ,ryTYy'
Poitier, drop in to chat with the Times' staff this f f f. Ytk

week. He is a former Miamian and has lived in New "D0ES4T y, ,All!; a yJNAj
York and Connecticut for years. He is visitingrelatives
and friends in Miami, Pompano and Deerfield.

r ,. t PHONE 634-9744
Calender Roberts, businessman of Nassau, arrived :;
Wednesday for the second time in three weeks, to see

his brother Harry,who is a patient at Jackson Memorial FEATURING THE NEW d'AfR Sbr /R 9{., yY0 k fCylftSPEQI ..QRT/IRV E ..w.awsviwNR '
Hospital. He is guest of his sister, Mrs.. M. Johnson, DAK SLACK SUIT
1531 N.W. 1st Court. .
Unclaimed Pants for Sale ;

Two young men doing a good job in the exterminating -
business are James Singleton and Tarvie VaughnJr. ALTERATIONS AND ,
They're with National Exterminators. REMODELINGFAST : ,

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October 16 National Newspaper Boy Day 717 NW 62 StPlJ3901 I ,-1.. ..
October 17-23 National Thrift Week L
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"Modern man must learn to break thalensions of ,_j, James (Speedy) Singleton! Tarvte Voughn Jr.
the tensions will break him.".
daily living or
A cuff while you wait j _
"Anytime" j ',,, .... .. 1!wA
LONGHORN? r :' :<4>M' 4't'9" / : .' .'



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-hdj- 17 BY DAVE BOHDU ---- ,I find

No matter how you slice it, Nassau is still a nice "
place,to visit, even if Uncle Sam has stopped his sub-
jects from bringingback fifths of booze. You are only MUSIC 30XMUSIC'

allowedto bring one quart or.32 ounces. But here is a
tip for all of the"winos,": after your quota of One quart, 1 : ; '

you can bring all the wine you desire and pay the U.S. : .
Government only 11* per bottle. Just think of all of the ;

thousands of people bringing wine..home and how our ;

folks can turn.into"sneaky peaters". For those of you
who are hep, sneaky Pete is another name for wine.
This time I went to Nassau, I took a much needed rest.

I think I slept most of the time. I went over to be on
hand for the opening of a new singing discovery, Jeff .

Adams, at Peanut, Taylor's Yellow, Bird Club. He was
just great. Just for once, I did not have to run around
Nassau like a chicken with his head cut off. I really o d

enjoyed a relaxed three days. I stayed at the beautiful

Blue Dolphin Hotel, where every room has a view of the ,_, 'fyffifr'tyitiptt*
ocean, and the rates are reasonable. To sum all of 1
$$80 KwfmIMfe.
this .up*., .if you plan to go to the Island in the Sun, try
it arouiij Christmas time, and you'll have the time of,
your life,

Carl Sutton, Economic Opportunity Program Inc., I
Acting Director, at the 18th Avenue Center in Liberty j 1
City, is doing' fine job in his new position. To the iiiflsiMWHI Appar Qiily t Thf

residents of the Liberty City area who are in need of M

any kind of help or those who are seeking jobs and interested -
in basic education please let Mr. Sutton and
his staff of counselors help you. Remember, the EOPIis

not an employment agency, but an agency designed BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT AT

to help people in the community to be selfsupportingand .. ,
to live a better life socially and economically. ;; ',;' Y
EOPI does not turn its back on anyone, regardless of and or :( !.
race, creed or color. 'Iii- the downtown area, Samuel Miami Northwestern principal are faculty looking ;: "; .
Moncur is a consultant director. They are doing the + I forward with much anticipationto .' .. : :. : .. :
same type job, and if you know of anyone who needs s Oct. 21, "Back to School .if t 1 ,,11' 4'( ...
any kind of help, tell them to go to the EOPI officein Night", when parents will come ,' ,' ,\: ; :"t J",,'"; I,"<';;; ....:/.':;:: : ; ; .:; :: '''

their area. There is no cost for any kind of help. to school instead of the stu ;; '' ;:f'ft, : \:'., :. .. .. 'Jih; :
dents. The time is 8 p.m. All : ( ;' ', ; i ;, .
The EOPI offices are at 6720 N.W. 18th Avenue; 470 r fII"I'J ">'
parents of students at Miami ;,;, <,< :
N.W. 11th Street; 4820 N.W. 27th Avenue and in Perrine ; \ ;, ," :,c' .
L- Northwestern should put "hold" k. ;
"f : :! ", :
So. Dixie
located I at 17440 Highway. on Oct. 21 in order to partici- I
pate in"Back to SchoolNight."


WEEK. .. : Eunice Davis !\, Two of the big reasons why Lime, Lemon and Orange .
; .' .. ''' PTA MEETINGS Rock are making auch a big hit with South Floridians are
PRETTY BOY OF THE \ 't' -, 1. William "Red" Harris and Sanford Simms, representatives in
WEEK: Jack On (Birthdaylast k .'A.' 1 r WEEK OF OCT. IS Broward and Dade Counties respectively of the new sensational t
tii wine drink.
Saturday) TMyu4yx
Brownaville Jr. High School
; .tt.;# 'I The popular Harris is an old hand in promoting wine
_. invites you to attend its firs
POLICEMAN OF THE drinks h..in&dono a bang-up job with Silver Satin and Golden -
P.T.A. meeting the
Mr. and ....Jamea Russell year on Spur a few years back.
WEEK: Detective Ralph V. Thursday, Oct. 21. A film en-
of 5300 N.W. 29th Court, announce titled "Children Without" will When Simms' isn't promoting his product he spends his ,
White the marriate of their be presented. time running up consistently large aeries in local bowling
J / daughter Bettye to Henry Pin-. alleya. .- Photos by Johnson: of Miami. I IIt
DJ OF THE WEEK: Bob kney of Miami. Pinkney Is a
Weaver WTVJ graduate of Florida A&M University
.................... and employed by the
Dade County School Board.
Time is getting real short and before you know it,
Bettye is a member of the
election time will have come and gone, and when it's nursing staff at Jackson Memorial
gone, I hope y'all will have had sense enough to vote Hospital.
for Athalie Range. It is funny how a city this size and
with this many Negroes living in it, there has never

been any representatiun. Even little West Palm Beach JESCA GOLDEN
is ahead of us. The trouble with our people is that

they all want to be chiefs, and to blazes with the In- AGE ROOMThe

dians. Always the Great White Chiefs have'em big pow Sewing Department of

wow, and always the Black Foot has to abide by his the Dade County Demonstration -
laws. With.Poncahontas in on the pow wow, all Black Agency will conduct a .
Foot have 'em heap much more chance to live 'em better free workshop on the Tech-

life. Be a Ranger, ,set your goal on Range. Vote for niques of Simple Sewing, at k tL:
the Golden Age Club Room of _
Athalie. James E. Scott Community Association ___
Wednesday, Oct. 20
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: New Young sinter, from 1 to 4. The address Lib-

Jeff Adam opens tonight at the Apache Lounge. erty Square Housing Project,
The Dave Akins Trio is being well relieved at the 6304 NW 14th Ave. The work- .J
Doral Beach Hotel. The Wildman Steve Show ran into shop is open to all persons
interested in sewing tech-
problems with the Immigration officers in Nassau. Lee
niques. Come and be the guest
Eddie, Odessa Harris, Freddie Scott, and Benny Lati- of our Golden Age Club. Those 4 f $
more Combo took'a much needed rest, since they were interested in sewing shouldnot

not allowed to present their show at the Cat & Fiddle. miss this activity.

.Stan "the Man and his band are appearing at My
Cousin's Place, while the Marvells return to swing the NOTICE TO PARENTS

James Club. Of course, Billy ,Miranda and his Royal
Shieks, along with Freddie Scott'and.. Benny on the band P.T.A.The Brownsville ia holding Jr.its'High first tT Ll I 7 :

stand .. .I' heard that Bo Anderson is running the Tikki meeting of the year on Thursday
Club in the Grove. .The Glass has said that he has a evening Oct. 21. at 8
special supnse tor all of his Mends that-will be attend- o'clock. in the school audi I 4IMLD

ing his Hurricane Ball come the end of ,this month. torium.The program is of such I
that the meeting will last only I
to. 'Live, life every,
After that, it's time say,
one hour. All parents of the
golden minute of it. PEACE! students of Brownsville and I

------------ all well wishers are urged to
1 I Hea-S.ricel Office be on time. I
SWEETHEART OF RBSES j I Tr..ta.atI J. Carle Capers and Mrs.
O. M. Jones,presidents; M.t.
CUR TEA SUNDAY I II I RUPTURE PILES Bannerman, principal. I lUll tTE1/E.

The president Afra. Clara 1 I Rectal Disease, Yeri- ...&UOUcf1A1 \
I Pre'.... MaI I 'I'
Love and member of the | cars Ytiai, t.,1
Sweetheart of Roses Civic :I lied time Discara" Tress I II ,

Club invite you to their 5th 1 I U... Camctie .f Rvytara.I I I AsM.r t K
Annual Tea at the home ell I I Law'cast. I s.gq Nib T6.rN. LaJ1.s Nis ;

Mrs.,'Rosetta wens 1942 NW I I DR. LONGS CLINIC
.65th St., Sunday, October- 24, I t,1S&5.SW Ut St.-!R.J.:21 i I
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.8 THE Ml AMI TIMES, Friday, .
( Gospel
Miimi WOMB Student (.eidersat '. ;' Sing

; "I IJ.I .. A Success
'f." ,I.t! : ; i. ." I
FAMU Consecrated Successful first round Trine
f* ners .in the gigantic Battle
Tallahassee-During recent V. Yarborough president of k1 Songs were the of'
;. Vol ces and the TrunipeS?
Consecration Services of Women the Student Government Association '
State College Battling for a trip to New%
Student Leaders at Florida at Virginia .
MM University. 71 young Peterabur&Women'studentJeaders. diese two groups entertained
women student.beads of organizations from : an enthusiastic audience Fri.
and leaden in student Miami who were, consecrated .day. Oct.8,.at St. 'John BanI
list Church
included Mary :Carter W. ttx with a program
ctivitiei\RartieIpated; in i } of
the 'impressfveV candlelight Blanche Daniels Ullie Flu- gospel songs and. narrations
t consecration ceremony. ellen Barbara Hankerson that those who perform on ,
The consecration message Cathran Major Margaret Per professional level would have
was delivered by Miss Marilyn cell and ,Annie Washington. been hard pressed to surpass
if,at all possible.

GARBAGE WORKERS FINEDRWPftBFAWTY .Tallahassee According to Ori Friday,,Oct. 15 the sej:'
an official list of participantsin and in this series will be held
r at St. Paul AME
the federally-sponsored program Church, 1892
w, "Project Upward NW 51st SU with the followint
Judge Carlos Fernandez Bound" at Florida A&M University -. .r.rI. groups scheduled to
sternly lectured two city' garbage "- there are'75 Boys and The Six Trumpets, The appear Miami:
workers about respectfor 75 girls enrolled for the aca-

their women on Wednesday 'demic year, 196566. .,. -- -1 All-Stars and the Southerners.
las't, then sentenced them to Names of the Dade,County the in her is lovely Sandra For an evening of
swim suit tiger
Appropriately draped in a leopard to bring enjoyable
five days in jail without a fine.,. youths participating in the
The men were arrested after 'follow; Mildred Adams, Dozier,' 19-year-old Miamian who is eying a career in modeling. The shapely 5'6" miss that singing we suggest
you plan to be
two women swore ou a Rosetta Austin, Betty Lester, carries a 36-24-38 chassis and proDably is one reason why the male customers outnumberthe this Friday at St. Paul's present
wa rrant for their arrest after Cathran Major, James Harrington female 3 to 1 at the House of Photography where, she works. Sandra likes swimmin i ,'I Church to hear these fine AME
they cursed them while collecting Henry Norton Michael boating and water skiing. We like Sandra-House of Photography photo. Admission local
igoupa. $1,00.L4.
garbage in he'ir'yard. ____
) Sease, William Strachan. 00- '__
and Charming Demaris Rhaney Sandra recently Murray +

r. launched their campaign for
A the title of Miss Dade Junior X
Charmette sponsored by Dade
County Chapter of Charmettes,
4 Inc. .

.. Sandra. Murray of 5910 N.W.
7th Ct., a senior at Notre 1
Dame Academy and Demaris

,tt ______ S : : AL A Rhaney of 15801 N.W. 18th

+, .. "t PI.a junior at Carol City
High are competing for the
i ; .
title. Other contestants are
competing in Brow aid, Palm
Beach and St. Lucie Countiesfor
similar titles from their
::1 respective chapters.A .
coronation ceremony will
be held for the winner of the ,

1 Mr' c contest. 'The queen will rideon -Dr. H. 'Sweeting, 'founderand ian Baptist' Church the
I a float in the Orange Blossom
president of the Sweeting cordial greetings he received
Classic Parade to
repre- Foundation Fund, Inc. of Ft. from the Rev. Adam C. Powell
sent Dade Charmettes
County Lauderdale with national and his assistant, the Rev. D.

..... other along with the winners' of the headquarters in New York City N. Licorish., Dr. Sweeting stated
chapters .has recently returned home that Rev. Licorish spokeof
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from an extended business trip the warm welcome that was
and vacation. extended to him and all the
Dr. Sweeting is seen here .delegates during the National

being greeted by Mayor Wagner Baptist Convention in Jackson
and his wife of New York Cityat ville.
the Haryou-Act Parade. Dr.
I I r Sweeting wasat the UN during; Dr. 'Sweeting was accompanied -
ing the visit of Pope Paul. by the lovely Mrs. M.
Being greeted by and being Richardson of New York City.
in the presence of the Pope He was a guest also at the

a t s was an exhilerating experience Hotel Theresa. Dr. 'Sweeting
( Is I II lit. Other highlights of his trip remarked that he is elated to
were his visit to the Abvsin- be home again.


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, .'October tr,, tote ..

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ST. LUKE BAPTIST A ?:, ,a m a.wi

Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor ,

/ Mrs. Claudia Cheeks, report

I The service Sunday was r y,ppt

very reverent. The pastor -,--- -___.__"..._._."._. ._m ._"'_. _'m'
I preached a wonderful sermon. Mrs. Martin Luther King speaker at the'11 ajn. service i,men'sAuxilisryof the National

Ij j The women are still mat.Jr., (Alberta Williams King) observing the Annual woman's Baptist Convention U.S.A.,'

4TI1 ANNUAL WOMAN'S DAY tog preparations for the upcoming -)__f__Atlanta._ ,_ _Ga., will be the Day at Greater Bethel AMB [nc.,- for 12 years, and Is a GRACE PRESBYTEHAN
Woman's Day which u'u Church on Oct. 24. Mrs. Cherry member of several religiousand
AT ST. BARN ABAS will be held on October 24. Mills Boyer is chairman.Mrs. civic groups. Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor
The 6895 NW 14th Avenue
woman's Day Commit*
The roW1h';annual Woman's 'King is the wife of
tee' is having a Pie Sale on travelled widelyin Anniversary preparations
She has
Day will
Sunday M. L. King Sr., pastor ot
Oct. '17'at'SU"Bam abas W.M. Saturday October 16 at the Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta the United States and 'in coming along well and we are

Church 5871 NW, 24th Avc. church There, 1790 N.W. 55th Street. Ga., and mother of the some parts of Europe; she lathe i asked that all members get on

Rev. E. A. Culmer, pasta was a program on renowned Dr. Martin Luther recipient of many citations board"and work together toward
Tuesday night at the church. and awards.The Atlanta DailyWorld '
-Roscella '
Leverity King militant civil rights success. Anniversary
will be the morning speaker at Our pasta was in a solo contest leader and 1964 Nobel Peace named her "Mother of Week: The first week of No-
St. Barnabas. with the pianist of the l Prize Winner. the Year" for 1957.
., ... junior choir; the other choirs
._ _
H I'ir. .. I:> to Great- is of
The speaker come She the daughter Dr.
..:\'! """ took part in the program also. Our sermon subject for
I., .'.; : Bethel with a wealth of information and Mrs. A. D. Williams. Thereare
"",' I The program was sponsored Sunday morning will be"Know
i 1 and two other children besides
by the Woman's Day Committee. experience. She ing The One True God,', from
; graduated with the A.B. degree Dr. Kinl: Mrs. 'Christine K.

( from Morris Brown College and Ferris Professor of Education, Acts 17:2223.i .

':j ST. MARY taught in the public school Spelman College, Atlanta; and i S p.m. this Sunday we

system of Atlanta tat many the Rev. 'A. D. William King will have a church dinner, held
Rev. H. V. Stuart
pastor years; was director-organist pastor Zion Baptist Church,. at the Bonded Rental Agency,
Miss Dorothy Major, reporter rf her, church: from 1932-1962. Louisville Ky.,'also 11 grand 4150 NW 7th Ave. We will have

I I Se'rVices were spiritually, ,MRS. MARTIN L.,KINO SR.ITT. and also organist for the ,Wo- ,children.

it uplifting all day Sunday. ._",,' __ __u -__ -...- ....- -- special guests from the National -
Missions. Rev. Samuel
George, pastor of Ascension
conducted by our own Rev Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor
I*Gladstone Hunter. Our evening ;Sis. Louise McGriff' This is the night (Friday;)> 698 N.W. 47th Terrace? I Church In Fort Lauderdale,

I speaker was Missionary Khe- reporter for, the "Trip Around the Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastor will speak 'to us on "The

miri Michel from Arabia. 'He Sunday morning we had a I World" sponsored by the Wo- Church's Mission" Mr. Oscar
are looking forward to
r will speak for us again Nov.wonderful! service. One of our man's Day social committee f worshipping our at new local[ Johnson will lead an informal
"' 19. During our morning own ministers delivered Temple. Everything is ready
., service the ion 698 N.W. 47th Terr beginning discussion' on program evalua-
", we were glad to have our message. Rev E. Richardson and the bus will leave the 1 j 9:30 a.m. with Sunday', 'tion. .
superintendent Brother John The Junior Choir sang well.j church promptly at 8 o'clo<:k. ,
School. Remember always
ROSCELLA LEVERITY Bullard and sister Leta Dean The evening message was also Donation one dollar.Come and 1 you

with us.The delivered by Rev. Richard-- enjoy an outing in South service' welcome at Grace.FRIENDSHIP .
She is t .,
a member of St. John funeral service for i son. We enjoyed both messagescoming The observance Woman's
:free dinners will be served for
a class Brother Edward swill from our own, whitour Day is just four weeks away ,those M. B.
wishing to remain.
room teacher at Floral HeightsElementary. eand
be at 2 p.m. Saturday. pastor was away on hi the women are as busy as
Rev. -J. E. Jenkins
At 3 shall pastor
p.m. we form a
The Ways and Means will i short vacation.On bees' helping to put the program -
It is a must that hear line and march for an official Sis. Ruby Lee Carr, reporter
sponsor a Pew Rally Oct. 28 Sunday afternoon, die over in a big way. Chairman -
Mrs. Leverity. Her entrance and possessing of
theme will at 3:30 p.m. All members and I :1 No. .1 Choir closed out their15th Saunders, Co-chairman Mc-
be, "The Role of The Chris our new church. Rev. 'P. W. Sunday our services were
friends Donald the
are Amiversary. Come and be captains and all
tian Woman." A youth program Williams, the First Vice Moderator wonderful throughout the day,
with them for there will be I the faithful firmly believe in
has been prepared for the even the of the Association,will with our pastor preaching both
some great singing. 'On the old saying "If you can'tputt
ing service also. be the morning and evening sermons.
speaker for the Mur.We .
fourth Sunday,the No. 1 UsherBoard push. They are asking;
Our is The women are continuing
pastor still shut-in. will be happy to have you
We wish him a speedy recov AT KELLY'S CHAPEL will celebrate their an it everybody to do something, be worship with us all day. to work hard towards our Wo-
niversary. Come and be with great or small.
mm's .
ery. Day, Sunday at Dixie

The monthly Union of the them.On Mrs. Florence Hepburn and MLOH BAPTIST Park auditorium. The women
Ushers's Federation Association the fourth Sunday in this Mrs. M. E. Stevens, who had| \presented a round trip ticketto

NEW lIT. MQ.BAPTIST I will beheld Sunday, Oct.' month the women of Mt. Carmel been sick for two weeks wereable Rev. -A. M. Griffin pastor i Nassau. 'The winner was

24 at 3 p.m. It will be held at will sell dinners in the to return to church Sun- Sister C. M. Mylesreporter Sis. Bell Martin. Everybody

r Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor Kelly's Chapel AME Church,1 kitchen for the benefit of Wo- day. Mrs. Adline Mima who On last Dunday morning our was so elated over Sis. Martin

Dorothy A. Lee, reporter 7105 NW 15th Ave.lJ'be Mass man's Day. Come and get your underwent surge.y at Baptist Junior Choir and Usher Board winning the trip; as she is such

Meeting will be held Thursday dinner. The dinners are only Hospital three weeks ago is were in charge. They are doing (a faithful worker. -Congratula-

The members of Mt. Moriah Oct. 21. 'Please be present one dollar The address is 225 J convalescing at her home and wonderful works for Christ so (lions to the winner.
would like to thank aU the N.W. 14th Terr. Woman's Daywill to them we say keep striving,
and on time at I p.m. A very Mrs.Jane Herout is improving Baptism will be held early
many friends who helped to' unique and elaborate terminate November 28. the prize id at the end. ,
make their program j The Silent Workers willsponsor Sunday morning. You are invit-
Usher Board No. We Joe
has been planned for your en- are inviting you. Elder Wilmont was the'
2 Anniversary such a success.We joyment. a program on Sunday, morning speaker The evening ed to go with us.

would like to invite all I Please comet! You are in- SAL TEftS CHAPEL Oct. 24. This group works silently speaker was Elder Green, as-

our friends to worship with us 1 vited. Deacon Edwin Ramsey, mainly for the purposeof sistant minister at First baptist NEW PROVIDENCERev.

and to come to our musica I i president; Willie J. Beard, reporter Rev H. J. Benson pastor encouraging others by giving Church of Opa-locka.

program on this Sunday, at 3 ; Rev W. L. Hubert Flossie Marshall, reporter amual awards as recognition The Willing Workers Club 'C. J. Bumey. pastor
p.m. pastor. Mrs. Davis and appreciation to mem- will have a sale Saturday, Oct. Sis. 'Claudia Wilson, reporter,
Agnes the
gave bers who have given long and 17 at the home of Sis. Susie
church a new look Sunday in faithful service to the church. Rolle. 1756 NW 52nd St. Baptism services will be
the 11 a.m.service; a complete Their is held in the morning service
Mt. Tabor ObservesWomen's motto "Not for out- Bible Class every Tuesdayat
Junior Usher Board who work- selves but for others." 8 p.m. Everyone is invited Sunday. All candidates are
I ed with great pride. Mrs Davis asked to be present at 10 a.m.

is the president over all and bring a change of gar,
Day the usher boards. The Juniors Annual Woman's Day at ments. '

will meet on Friday evenings Sunday afternoon the Male

Our pastor brought the message ML Zion Chorus will celebrate its 3rd

1 for the morning, the sub- Baptist Church anniversary It will be a mus-
vl ject was "The Edge ical
e ? YSr.J. Night program at 3 p.m.
I Mrs. McRae held a program at On the fourth Sunday afternoon

I 3 p.m. with much success. fah,,, the Missionary Society
The Rev. Mr. Kimrnery from ihw will celebrate its anniversaryat

Arabia will be our guest Sun- I 3 p.m. You are invited to

day rooming, please come out attend these programs. Con-

and hear him. Woman's Day .I" ..1 tinue in prayer for the sick

will.be the fourth Sunday. ;. and those who are grievedover

The amual conference will < ,1. :." the loss of loved ones.
be in November in Ft. Lauderdale "" : -I :.',
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Mrs Alma Johnson in the passing '\ i .. .., (SCIENTIST)
v of her husband Mr. 'Ronald : 1600 NW 54th Street

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( Approach to
ELIZABETH MERCHANT Antioch Baptist Church 1'
were the visiting guests at ; t_ .'" Religion. The questions, what
..., ,. I was the meaning of Jesus
Mrs Elizabvih Merchant highest amount of money will the 3 p.m. program held last (! suffering
and Mrs. S. Butler, chairmen ,'be crowned Queen of Mt. Tabor. Sunday. t. and sacrifice? And how

of the Women's Day celebration The celebration will ,terminate ",, does it apply to us today? It

which will be observed with a Musical program feCHANEY SPEAKS will be taken up in service. on
Sunday October ,Sunday. The subject is 'D<> -
24, beginning i at 7 p.m. featuring women trine of
at 9:30 a.m. cordially invit of Mu Tabor and special guests And ye shall seek me and! MAMIE M. GILL Atonement You
everyone to find me when shall UWB ... DOLES and your friends are welcometo
worship at Mt Ta I from various churches. ye search
bor Baptist Church on that The set goal of $6,000 will for me with all your heart, thus| The women or' MU Zion i tor for Northwest attend services Sunday.....
Center at tl also
day. only be a success if you give ,salth the Lord. -Jer. 2913. 'I; Baptist Church will observe tin. UHie M, Doles YWCA.wilt p.m.Sand, to Wednesdays use at 8
our reading
'the MU Tabor am sure that our Heavenly their annual Woman's Day Sun
Mrs A. Range, owner oRange i Family yoursup- be the evening speaker. Mrs room.
Father is always on our side day, Oct. 17. We invite '
Funeral Home, civic' : spiritually, morally and you to Doles is a teacher the Dade
financlaUy.ST.IWIY'S. all we have to do is to be ever come out on Sunday morning; School MT. CALVARY
leader, well known dynamic and system a member of BAPTIST
ready to receive'' Him M .,1I I evening to enjoy. the pro Choir No. 2 of Mt.
speaker and candidate for the grams.Mrs.' Zion and is
talked with people .
I Rev.
times. S. Atchison
City Commission in Group 4, SAYS THANKS affiliated with many professional pastor,

will be our guest speaker four or The pastor, officers and 1 for who Him say and that they are are ready Mamie M. Gill will be organisations. Constance Carter, reporter
yet they not
morning services. She will chairmen of St. Mary's We. ready for hearty good mom1 the morning speaker.Mrs. Gill'tian The theme is, "Our Chris The No.4 Usher Board will

speak from the theme, "W leyan Methodist Church wish 1 ing or evening to the ir fellow- is widely known for her out- Women, of Yesterday To, begin the celebration of their

men's Responsibilities in a to thank the many friends who'.mtn. Let us say for ourselves standing civic work and is 1 day and Tomorrow." Fourth. Anniversary Friday

Changing Society" worshipped with us on our this week: I seek God's will, affiliated with many <<&*Oiza- The chairman, co-chairman night, .Oct. 15. It will conclude -

A Musical Tea will be hold I annual Woman's Day Sept. 26. for me, and I know that all dons such as the Urban committees, captains and all, on Sunday,:OcU 17, at 3

at 3:30 p.m. sponsored by the The Day was very successful.1 good is the will of God for League Guild YWCA and many organizations of the church i P-m.with Rev.J. W.StephuSClft

Youth Department Again we' say thanks. -Sister So. until a later date. If OocS'a'win. mo. others. She is a member of 'this are working very hard'to make i ,of Antioch Baptist Church of

Ethel Mitchell, chairman; Rev. : thanks and.God bless all MU Zion .Baptist, Church. ,At an outstanding observance Brownsville,.-bringing the an-,
The person reporting the H. V. Stuart, pastor. I of you. present she,is Program Direo- and invite you. lo at, i niversarymesssge. An invitat
tend. -41
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omen's Sixth Annual Hay don Burns also sent a Scavella, ;as one that will be

Convention of the warm and encouraging letter of lasting memory It was the
the other dignltariei best yet. Miss Barbara Law- ) i 1
Among i'
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of God in Christ of p e i
were Mrs. Wynell Hare from rence of the North Miami Dis-
[Florida convened at! Youth Center Volunteer De- trict, was crowned Miss

ohen Temple, Miami partment; Miss E. C. Thomas,, Church of God In Christ. at

19, 1965. The prayer Mrs. Irene Straughter, Mrs. Thanks to every participantthat

Mrs Alma Day anda lona Dukes,"8. Sarah Yaeger. appeared on the program
We tearfully regret Mrs. Our State Bishop E. D.
Anderson were in Athalie Range and Mrs. Ann Johnson and his lovely wife ''
the morning worship. M. Coleman Bor be reached to were present with us and y
Blanch Hinton our spoke and spoke words of encouragement -
appear on our program as we ,.I
who is very effi so desired them to do. Each to us. We thank
Sras at. her Post of duty day was graced with our Leadership him for a lowing the women to s

[Gertrude Butler, ,out Conference conducted have a convention, as the pro .. ,

of music and direc- by Dear. W. II. Grace of the ceeds are used for paymentson
our Ministers and No. '1 Miami District Missionary. our Rest Home at 2049 NW
Wives Circle, ren- Mattie Moss of the Miami 68th Terr, The Home is namedin 'a.y. t

sic for the morning District introduce r our guest honor of the president, Mrs. '-
Gamble Mission Rest -
President Gambleth Gu. sie
I feel that they will come L -I
thanking God for Home, who is the founder and
again after such
blessings since theventlon. introduction.a grand and dreamer. FLORIDA PRINTERS FAMU Members of the Florida Printers and Publishers

She at this warm Thanks to the registering Sunday, Sept. 18 was an Association pause here for a photo during the fall seminar session at Florida A&M

pounced our Sixth I ladies, Mrs. Ella B. Black,, enjoyable day. Our presidentand University. Members attending the fall session were Mrs. Thelma T. Gorham (left ) ,

{Convention officially Mrs. Litha Grace, Mrs. Isabel the women's departmentgave acting director of public relations FAMU; Robert Nelson, DuPress Press, Tampa;
Mrs. Willie N. Norris, Lewis; Our finance committee the with convention'two Grey-line a air- Harvey Robinson, FAMU; James L. Bruton, FAMU: David C. Collington FAMU;
esident of our Volun- Mrs. Regenia Lawrence conditioned buses, which all Emanuel and Lawrence Wesley, Wesley Bros. Printers Daytona Beach; Archie Han-

sion, came forth with Mrs. Fanny Watson,, enloyed. Miss Joan Oolatt, non and Robert Allen, FAMU; Joseph Jones and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. DuPree, DuPree
address. The
llcome Mrs. Virginia Pompey, Mrs.,
our recreation chairman, was Press Tampa.
was made by Mrs. Annie M Ridley, Mrs. Maydell in charge. ,
cSwain, host district McSwain for a job well done. Sunday was a high day.,
and Publishers Hear
State Printers
y of the South Miami Our meals are planned with Our state representative of the

well balanced diet by Chef E. 'Sunday School Women'spartment De
Eva M. 'Smith gave a H. Allen and Chef Eddie Wil- Mrs. 'Thelma Days,, About FAMU Printing Program
(mmary and history of liams with Mrs. Beulah Jones. and co-workers gave us a

ur convention citya helper.! model Sunday School session. Tallahassee! -The staff of Technical Institute complexnow letter will be printed by the
selection from ours Thanks to President Gamble Elder J. H. Pompey, state
the Florida A&M University under construction.Also Wesley Brothers Printers of
and Deacons Wives and district missionaries and chairman of the Elder's Coun- Department of Printing presented Daytona Beach.It .
under the direction of all the donors who made it cil, encouraged our heart" appearing before the
an overview of the program will be a quarterly publication -
ertrude Butler, then possible to have free feeding with a dynamic sermon on our in printing technology at group was Dr. George W. Gore, containing news and
Minister of Music and I On Jr., President of Florida A&M.
Mrs. Blanch Hinton, State second night's session.
I r I FAMU during the fall meetingof information of interest to those
ed our president, Mrs. Directress Mrs. Syretha Strong Sunday our speaker was Elder the Florida Printers and Dr. Gore welcomed the printers involved in the printing Indus-

Gamble, with her an- with her assistant, Mrs. Sava' Clarence Welch of St. Peters- Publishers Association in ses- to FAMU and expressed dry, journalism, public relations -
rise Perkins furnished us witha concern about the Negroes employed -
:ssage, "What Havene Burg.We sion here at FAMU recently. and publications. All
> For MissionHomead group of choruses and choirs wish to thank our pa- In printing. '"We are members are asked to send information -
> ?" St. Matt. '25:34, each night which sang out of trons and well wishers for enabling The discussion was led by not interested in productionas about themselvesand
[verses. After ,such aic their souls. Our.Budget Chairman -, us to make the lovely James L. Bruton, head of the such in our printing program their plants. The dead-

message our minds Mrs. M. J. Jones and her souvenir book. Thanks to out. A&M Printing Department.Other here at the university," line for news for the first publication
luls were stirred to do committee were also on the elders, every member and our participants in the semi- he said. '"We are more con- is November 1, 1965.
fission work.or job. Our faithful ushers, with I friends for your cooperation.Our nar were Archie W. Hanson, cerned with the training of The next meeting of the

Robert King High Mrs. McVeen, Mrs. Vernella high services on Saturday -Harvey L. Robinson, and printers." FPPA will be held in Miami

warm greeting to the Dickerson, assistant, did a, night. Oh, they were Robert L. Allen. The group named David C, Saturday morning Dec. 4. The

of the concention, also grand job. high. Elder A. Nance Elder The A&M printers told the Collington of Florida A&M the time and place will be an-
sentative in the person Our pre-convention program I I. Wilcox, Elder Lovett, Eldei r r visiting printers of the plans editorial director of the organ nounced lat r. All membersand
mmissioner David T. under the careful and prayer, Demps, for such spiritual ser for technical printing educa ization's newsletter. Colling persons desirious of beaming
dy who brought a we 1- ful guidance of our state program vice. Thanks to Elder Isaac tion when they move into the ton is director of public relations :: members are asked to
Citizens' Night. Gov. directress, Mrs. Cassie:: Cohen for ,the well conductedII new $1,750,000Vocationalfinancial for the FPPA. The news lan now vo be present.
*wtr rendered.
I .t/llw erii' .blameless ,. I, I'A. ..1Mw" ''Thanks to bur'nur''es nder MARTIN MEMORIAL AME NEW MACEDONIA TO ?
\ electric Mrs. Patsy Grant, Mrs. Lily M. The members celebrated OBSERVE THIRDANNIVERSARY
.j. :Anderson and others, We than their seventh 'annual Woman's

,, .< '. ..1 cooking "safer, Mrs. 'Gussie Hills, our state Day Sunday The women, under

.JI"'t.:' sure iscleaner faster, ,stewardess for her lovely re- the capable leadership of Mrs The president, officers and

\ port. She has done agreat job. Ella Thompson, chairman' members of Usher Board No.
cheaper, Mrs. Bulah Rawls, record- and Mrs. Doris Walker, cochairman Two, Greater Macedonia Bap-

cooler" too." ,ling secretary; Mrs. Lossie M.. had a very successful tist Church will begin observing

Longstr eet financial secre- day. its third anniversary, Oct.
y. tary; Mrs. Leona Prayler, sec Mrs. Anuel Mickins, the 21 and will conclude Oct. 24.
retary; correspondent secre- morning speaker gave much On Thursday at 8 p.m. a
I tary. We furl our banner. spiritual rind for thought musical program will be held
about the Theme, "The Four featuring choirs No. 1 and 2,
Freedoms: Freedom kf Worship, Male Chorus and Junior Choir.On .
EBENEZER METHODIST Freedom of Speech, Freedom
P Friday at 8 p.m. Rev.C. .
Rev. -A. D. Hall, minister Fr.,m Want, Fear. A. Smith and congregationof

E, Engram, reporter The evening service was Jordan Grove will be in
I"t most interesting unique in charge!

r: the form of a panel discussion.Mrs. On Sunday at 3 p.m. Rev.W. .
: Sunday is the observance Lucy Matthews, Freedomof t?.. Sims and congregation
_ of Laymen's Day. The Laymen
Louise Mc-
Worship; :Mrs ot New Hope M. B. Church
will be in charge of servicesall Dew, Freedom from fear; Mrs. will conclude the anniversary.
day. The public is invited
Ruth Williams, Freedom of Deacon Vandell Bowan, presi-
to with come and share the day Speech; Miss Mary Davis, dent; Willie J. Beard, reporter;

us- Freedom from want. Mrs. Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor.

Louise Culmer, moderator.A .
The purpose of the board of thanks
special go out to
P .i lay activities; (1) to deepen everyone who took a part on ST. NICHOLAS W. INDIAN
i Ir II the spiritual life of the laymen the program and who helped to
III of the church; (2) to cultivate make this a red letter day for CATHOLIC CHURCH, INC.

Christian Stewardship; (3) t9 the women of Martin Memorial. 3020 N.W. 50th Street
encourage the formation of Also extra special thanks to
From Sunday, October 17 the
r Methodist Men's Clubs (4) to ,
; visiting ushers, choirs, and St. Nicholas W. Indian Catho-
give guidance and aid to lay-
flameless Electric Range this
on our special
a Everyone lic
oy men serving as Certified Lay day. Church, Inc. will worshipat
the chapel of the
Speakers and to inform the Range
for the full rangeof Laymen with the Methodist The chairman and cochairmen Funeral Home, 5727 N.W. 17th

Church and its witness in the wish to express their ap- Avenue.
world. preciation to everyone who
cooking pleasureeless gave their financial support as The services will be at

r The Woman's Day Rally well as their time, efforts and follow: High Mass, 9 a.m.;
has been launched with Mrs. energy to help celebrate this Solemn Vespers, 7:30 p.m.

| cooking is another step toward the joy of low-cost Bernice Carey 'serving as Woman's Day We take great pleasure in extending -
chairman. Mrs. Isabell Fran- a cordial invitation to
electric living. With all its modern benefits, Sunshine cis and Mrs. Ida ngraham, co-, Th c quarterly conferencewas all. You will find in these ser-
this held Friday night with vices fellowship and console-
chairmen. To help make
pee electricity is also today's biggest bargain. The average j Presiding Elder 1'. A. Allenin tion.
[ day a bigger and better one,
per residential kilowatt hour is actually 31% cheaper than Mrs. Naomi Grant'has been se- departments charge of the of service.the churcb All George H. Stirrup, secretary -

lected as chairman pf program : ; Bishop-elect N.A. Derrick -
JlO Five major rate reductions made during made their reports and good
years ago committee; Mrs. Mae don Bul- OFB, rector.

[period are saving our customers over $27 million a year. '.' lard, chairman of Publicity services were enjoyed.

Committee; Mrs. Emma Caldwell -
chairman of souvenir NOTICEThe

call me a 'r program book and ..Mrs. Ollic W. M. Davis, pastor

Cheapskate... ,; Mae Ross, chairman.of decoration NJLLSS Association! Mrs. Damella, Turner, reporter
The 200 ,women
I love it! ; .comroitiee. will celebrate their 23rd An-
or more appointed ad cap- The Missionary Society's
tains, expressed a desire to nual Convention at St. James anniversary has been post-

5) serve their church well in this Baptist Church nt'Oct. pooed until the third Sunday in
See the beautiful.new capacity. We all are working 17 to 24. There wil be three November, 21.
elet inc,range* -
J modern sf>.W and)n forward for a.. fcrMihtrge cf_t 's 4$sessions each: day. 'The pub-
at % 4r J 6Lh' There,will be- a dinneruteSaturday'
ro/oryfoo 1is'1rlvftsd attend each
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I 12 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, _October 8, 965 __ 83RD ANNIVERSARY AT

Mrs. Lillian E. Ballard of Canrtr MATTHEW TEMPLE AME

III 1ti 14241 NW 23rd Court died Oct. ZION
5. Survivors are her husband Ranches ItI You are cordially Invited to

Timothy; two cousins Thelma participate in the 33rd Anniversary -
Boozer and Mary Jones; niece I
at rela- News I of our pastor, Rev.
Dorothy Gibson and other

CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKSThe ALBERT tives. There were no local ser Daniel Pridgen; of Matthew
1628 N.W. 5th Ave.
-' Temple
vices. Final rites were held in --' Jay Walter Bow

: The family of the late family of the late Van Gordon, 233 NW 14th Ocala. The Starlight Lodge No. Starting Sunday October
17 and concluding Sunday afternoon
I Oct. 15
DR. SOLOMON McKENZIE Terr.,'expired Oct. 5. Survivorsare 542 meets Friday night
Oct. 24 at 3
FRAZIER wife Amelia. Serviceswere Mrs. Mary Bell Hollinger of at 8 o'clock at the Masonic p.m.

conducted Thursday from 741 NW 7th St., Hallandale, Hall on Pembrkke Road.All Sunday Oct. 17, 6 p.m. ser
wish to take this opportunityto vices will be a musical under
Chapel Rev. died in an automobile accidentin members are asked to be press
thank our many friends for the Liberty the direction of Sis. ''Smithy
Survivors W.M.
officiated. Ft. Pierc Oct. S. ent. C. Johnson,
their kind expressions of George Bethel ,
arc her mother, Rqlll.* Carroll, followed with the regular -
sympathy, during our hour of Brown; two daughters. DorothyMines The South Florida VFW church service with Rev.J. .
Essie Mae McDaniel
Mrs. '
bereavement in the loss of
and Charlotte Hollinger Sunday H. Steven preaching A different -
4231 NW 11th PI., .expiredOct. ; Post No, 8195 meets
our loved one. Survivors are,husband a son, John Lester Evans Hol'at S p.m. at the Post. All officers preacher will be heard
The cards, telegrams and other relatives. Ser be every night.
3 daugh- and members, please
Mr. Ernest McD&niel,
and thoughtful -
flowers gestures
which ters, 2 sons, 2 brothers, 1 vices held Tuesday at Ebene* present. 'W. C. Jenkins commander Rev J. H. Steven chair-
were numerous Remains were zer Baptist Church in Hallan- Charles Hart, adju man and Bro. Alexander Lucas,
1 aunt.
t( helped to alleviate the sor-
a assistant chairman.
dale tart
sent to Pensacola Fla.,' Fri
row and loneliness in the demise -
loved day, for final rites and burial. GREATER MACEDONIA
of a one. women
Mrs. Lula Johnson of 4631 The of New Macedonia

A special thanks Graham to the .Elizabeth Wallace, NW 25th Ave. passed away at Baptist Church are getting Rev. Koscoe Jackson, pastor
'Edward ,
Rev. pastor
f of Mt.Zion Baptist Church 2150 Al! Baba Ave., Opa the New Convalescent Home. ready for Women's Day on Willie J. Beard reporterWe
Lock, died Oct. 11. Survivors She had lived in Miami since the fourth Sunday.Please come
for a most impressive eulogy, 1941. She is survived by her out and worship with us. Mrs.
4 blessed
Albert brothers
husband were last
the choir for their sweet music are ; on
Horace Jr. Jack Ed- daughter, Mrs. Emma Bush and Eleanor Bowe. chairmanMrs. Sunday night have
and Mrs. Athalie Range and Joe, Featherstone co-h air i man; to Rev. I.S.
other relatives. Services Mon
staff of the Range Funeral ward Butler; 2 sisters, Mes- Clark Jr. of West Hollywoodto
day 1 in the chapel. Rev. B. L. Mack, pastor.
Home, for their personal interest dames Maggie L. Mitchell, p.m. be with us. On Sunday morn-
A and dignified services.The Julia Lee Doyle; nieces<< and --- -- ing we will be leaving the
The of Mt. Zion
MRS. WILLIE BELL TAYLORwho Mrs. Mary Singleton of 1925 women
nephews. Servi-es will be church at approximately 12:15: ,
passed August 23, 1965 Frazier Family held Saturday 2:30 p.m. from NW 57th St. passed away Oct. AME Church are thanking all journeying to Pahokee to render -
7. 'She lived in Miami since who to make their Wo
acknowledges with sincere the Greater New Bethel Bap- helped our annual services for

appreciation the kindness CARD OF THANKS tist Church, Rev. W. K. Smith, 1948. Survivors are 3 daugh- men's Day a success. Mrs. New Hope Baptist Church,
ters. Mary Lightfoot, Elou- Sarah Days chairman, Mrs.
shown them during their recent officiating. Rev. W. M. Bouyer, pastor.
bereavement. ise Mercardo and Bernice Ran- Mildred Grant, reporter, Rev.W. Our visitors and friends
The family the lateBENJAMIN --- are
Cards, letters,worda of sym Sharper Reid 6440 SW 58th son; two nieces, two nephews .C. Grant, reporter. invited to accompany? us.

pathy flowers, and telegramsgave Pl.,' died Oct. 11 Survivorsare eight grandchildren, 12 great --- Don't forget Usher Board
children. Services Wed- Florida Stars' standingThe No. '2's Third
the needed streni.1'* to 1 daughter 1 brother. Ser- grand Anniversary on
bear their burden. vices Saturday, 12 noon, Mt. nesday at Jordan Grove Bap- three highest games were Gus Thursday night before the 4th
tist Church. Randolph 244; Bernard Brown Sunday and will conclude that
Special thanks to Mr. and Olivette Bapt. Church, S. Miami
Mrs. Sherman Smith Rev. '0. Rev. J. E. Rogers officiating. 234; J. Harvey 226; standing Sunday afternoon.
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Oct. 11 Team No. 7 First
L. Nickerson and rr Arthur Williams of 4718 NW won
,pastor members
of Mt. .Olive Primitive 31st Court passed waay Oct. place; Burrows Electric and ST. JAMES AME CHURCH
RICHARDSON. learn NO. '5 tied tor secona
Baptist Church Reverends J. 8. 'Survivors are three daughters -
place; Jacob's Motors andBowe's mmThis Sunday the Stewards
E. Jenkins and H. C. Samuelsand Mrs. Mary Gervin of 1334 Josephine Irving, Carrie Barber Shop tied for will be celebrating theft anni
) NW 3rd Ave. 5 died Oct. Lewis and Clara Bass four
the staff of Rahmings ; apt. ;
/ third; South Atlantic Sea Food versary. They are inviting all
Funeral Home. 8. She is survived by two sis- sons, Earl, Gus, Richard and
fourth; J. T. Reese fifth and their friends to come out and
May the blessing of God be ters, Mrs. Kizzie Bryant of James Williams; three brothersand '
Team No. 8 sixth. enjoy the program with them.
with each of you. ; Tampa and Mrs. Mattie Proctorof three sisters. Services will

Mrs. Mary Ward, sister t3t Fort Pierce; four daughters, be Saturday in the chapel. The fund raising project of

Eatonton, Georgia Mesdames Viola Whitting. Le- Calendar Month is stil goingall

( ,. ola; Armstrong, Missouri Pery FRANCIS. out and very strong in campaigning
Mrs. Hattie Butts, sister and Li Hie Shepard; four for funds. Presentlythe

Macon, Georgia .. sons, Wallace Williams Char- Ignatius Edward Dames of CENTERVllLAKINDERGARTEN Month of October is in the

Mrs. Cora Wesicm sister 14 lie Edwards, Joshua and Win 555 NW 19th St. was DOA at spotlight with Mrs. 'Stoke line
: Memorial Hospital at the helm. The group is hav-
Eatonton Georgia ston Edwards ,of Miami; two Jackson' on
'l brothers William Monroe of Oct. 7., Services Saturday at 2 5861 H.W. 17TH AVENUE ing a party at the home of Mrs.

William Flemming, brother ( Ocala and Nathaniel Monroe of p.m. at St.Mary's Weslyn M. Luella Johnson this Friday.

Orlando, Florida .. s11) 'J; Tampa. Church with Rev. H. V. Stuart CERTIFIED PERSONNEL The: address" .Js",181 J 143rd,

Mrs Tommie Ellison, sister )...\:1IS' >;;:ll't; Services will beheld at 1 officiating. Remains will repose HOT LUNCHES '

Miami (;, ...t r p.m. Saturday, Oct. '16 at Mt. in the chapel beginning
.,'iil :!'.it.. .. Cannel Baptist Church. 4 p.m. Friday until 7 a.m. PICK-UP SERVICE Street.IONGNQRNT
Miss ; ,, ,tftl
Annie Mae .
Corbin, ,.' _.OJ...'"w". Saturday. Remains will reposein REGISTER NOW
niece, Miami "
Ronald Johnson of 4801 NW the church 8 a.m. Saturday.

was called to his eternal 8th Ave. passed away Oct. 8. Survivors include a daughter, 691-7796 OR 696-3802 '.

CARD OF THANKSI home on August 14, 1965 wishto He is survived hv hi"! wif\ Mrs. Edna D. McKinney a son.
Mrs. E. Copeland Sup. IS
>express,our'sincere thanks Alma a sister, Mrs. Mary Ellis a brother George Dames R. ,COMING

am taking this method of and appreciation to those who Coakley, four brothers Jamesof and other relatives.

expressing my thanks and appreciation sent and L brought cards, telegrams New York, Jack Joseph and -----

to my many friends 'letters and florals.. Richard of the Bahamas. Mrs. Bessie Johnson of -
Those who donated the of 1835 NW 74th St. died Oct. 7 'L
and organizations for cards and use Services will be held at the ----

other acts of kindness shownme cars. Your ,kindness will always Church of the Incarnation Sat Services were held Tuesday in Hiunilti

in the past 14 weeks of be remcm e'red, urday at 2 P.m. the chapel with Rev. Aaron D. mortal 'arkHAS

illness. I am much better and We further express our ..- Hall officiating. Survivors include *

still asking for your prayers. thanks:to the staff of Jackson Isaac Valentine of 100 NW her husband Nero, four Preinterment plots of tf grave space or less

May God bless and keep'you Memorial Hospital and his 11th St.,' died Oct. 7. His sur- daughters Mary Preston, Mero ALSO Immediate I single grave space interment
in his care pastor Rev.'Thedford Johnson vivors are five sisters Mes- Oliver, Ella Mae Preston and
Boxes and vaults
and the choir, officers and dames Ethel Mungen, Mamie Julia Gamble a step-son, permitted

Rev. Thomas A. Rolle, members of St. John Baptist Freeman Fannie White of Steven Johnson a sister, Ella Gates open 7 days for your convenience

W.G.P. 33 Church. Brooklyn Maggie Lofton and Mae Rolen; Three brother, 2 3! 3001 NW 46TH STREET NE 4-4197

To New Providence Blue Mary Gadkin; four brothers, Mae Bolen; three brothers 23
Lodge and the officers and Tom Valentine of Buffalo, N.Y. --- E. Johnson Manager Horn phone OX 1.9199

CARD OF THANKSThe members of the entire Masonic Lloyd Valentine of Virginia Baby Boy SneeJ, son of Mr. We the employees of Lincoln Memorial Park endorseMrs. .
for the Miami City Commission.Vote
family. To Francis Funeral Percy Van Valentine of Brooklyn and Mrs. James Sneed of 21763 Range
daughter and family of for her on Nov 16th.THOUGHTFUL.
the late Home for kind and efficient and Eugene of Colerine, SW 122nd Ave. in Goulds died

service and to all who contributed 9ct. 0. Graveside services

MRS. ROSE E. PATE in N.C.The reamins held tom, .
any way that made will be shippedto Thursday .
wish to thank everyone for the burden
our lighter from the Carolina.Mrs. .
kindness rendered during their of thank
depths our hearts we
hour of sadness; for cards, telegrams you. 'Janie Elizabeth King 5. Zebulum locka Yellow.Mt. Hermon. Opa-
and food. Special thanksto
Mt. Calvary and my beloved Gratefully the FamilyIN died Oct. '13. She resided with 6. Issachar, Mt. 'Zion, Opa-
her daughter Miss Ruby King,
Rev. Atchison also locka. Purple.
pastor, to
425 NW 20th St. Other survivors
Dan Metropolitan, -
the of 7. ,
neighbors 51st St., ex- MEMORIAMIn include Mrs. 'Edna King Pink. o-
pecially Mrs. Ernestine Robinson
Clark, daughter; a son, Arthur, 'Zion > Ia-
8. Gad, Mt. a a n
and Mrs. Mallory for loving memory of our a sister Mrs. Fannie Dorseyof '

donations and toilange Funeral dear departed mother and grand Tallahassee; a daughter-in- Brown.
9. Asher Mt. ''Zion W. Hol-
Home for such a beautiful ser motherCORNELIA law, Mary King, a son-in-law, Gold. .
vice. WRIGHT Ronald Clark, four grand children -
Allen Chapel. Miami '
who departed this life October Barbara King, Roland 10. Napthal. ,
and Aqua.
Regenious !
Family 17, 1963. Clark. Arthur King Jr. and
Mt. Pleasant-Red. BEAUTIFUL
11. Joseph,
The battle was fought and the Sheryll Faye King.
IN MEMORIAM 12. Benjamin, St. James, Fort
victory was won; Servant of Funeral arrangements are
God well done. incomplete. Lauderdale, Rose. Our ability and desire to 1

In sad but loving memory of in hearts Rev, W. A. Curry will na,-
Though our you u
our dear husband, father and from hearts rate the program at Rev. J. J.Williams' carry out your wishes, together -
are missing, our 12 TRIBES OF ISRAEL"TO
Metropolitan AME
grandfatherMR. you will never be missing with our experience,
ARCHIE ROLLE BE PRESENTEDBe Church Liberty City Partici-
pating will help the Bahama mean a service that isM
who departed this life October The Robinson & Wright
sure to mark your cal-'Mission project. 'Be sure to conducted
Families ,, beauty and
16 1959. ,
endar for Thursday, Oct. '21 march with your tribe Thursday .y

I Gone but not forgotten. May IN MEMORIAM"In that is when the Missionary,Oct. 21.Rev.. t understanding-to comfort.

he rest in peace and light per Department North Miami Dis J. A. Roberts, presiding

petual shine on him. loving memory of my trict, is presenting the "12, elder; Mrs. Lucille D.

"Father in thy gracious keep- mother, father and brother Rribes of Israel" at the Metropolitan Sneed president; Mrs. Minnie fl

InaLeave MRS. JENNIE CARNEGIE AME Church of Liberty Held secretary. "My father in Heaven, help/
we now thy servant City. 'Be sure to be there to I !. >>
October 17, 1951 me never to forget Thy love
march with tribe.
sleeping. MR. IKE CARNEGIE your :} '-I." it looks
C'l' up to me in the
1. Ruben, St. Paul. Miami "
Mrs. Idell Rolle & Family February 24. 1954 White. beauty of the flower ,"
2. Simeon Mt Hermon, Fort John Henry Jowett
April 26, 1935
May they rest in peace and Lauderdale-Blu YOUR Oscar L.
TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO light perpetual shine upon 3. Levi Green.St. James, Miami Range

CHURCH SUNDAY them. 4. Judah. Ward Chapel Hal- YMCA 7 Funeral Home ,

Thelma Carnegie landale, Multicolors. ,



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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, October 15, I h\
,"' ", i j ;. i .:' "' ." 2 bedroom, '2 bath, extra lot. HELP WANTED HELP WANTED 1S

Gi :LASS IF. I II" ElMlR See: 7710 N.W. 8th Furnished room. Gentleman
: Ave. Only CAB DRIVERS. Apply at'
.. : : : $300 down $60 month includes -preferred.--' 751-1801. Experienced girl for children's, maid shop.and stock Must Society Cab Office 269 N.W.

extra 8749. lot. Call owner PL 8- In the heart of Liberty City. ,have reference. 866*m.66. 21st Street. Indf.

SALt -- Room, private telephone 1545 Mrs. Stone. Salesman. Well alert.
FOR SALE -- spoken,
N.W. 68th SU OX
2 bedroom, CBS no qualifying.Take 12494. Work Tours.Fri. & Sat. Mother Helper. 9 am Sat. to
tention" This beautiful 3 7005 N.W. 4th Court over existing mortgage. time later) BONDABLE. Call
loom, 2 bath homo with seIte Furn. Duplex-$58 Mo. Lovely home with huge Fla Nice room in private home for 9 Stone.am Sun. $7. 8661996. Mrs. PL 8-2631 (9-4).

dining room, large lot Rent 1 apt. Live rent free in room, carport, location 339 gentleman. 'No",cooking. '5950 ----

[cond. appliances included today. Owner 373-3304. N.W. 45th St. Open Sunday 1- N.W.9th Ave. Phone 7515236. Elderly lady for child care. Opportunity for high type man

$13,000. FHA $300 down 6 p.m. Fenster Realty Broker ---- Week days only. 9-5. $16 with some educatipip'ajttijJandscape : : -
N.W. Furnished
ent located at 1870 NW 2 bearoom PL 9-8779. one bedroom wk plus carfare.' Inquire at: experienc, duid know
apts. Excellent house. 'Utilities.
$20 wk.
.iTerr. Open Sunday all day location, near buses per 1322 N.W. 44th St. before Sun, trees and shrubs.'B\bkho6, experience -
schools,, Adults. Near buses. 696-6811
drive by then call Penstet hospital. Reasonable Owner must sell. 'CBS. 3 bed- day. helpful. Permanentwork

lty (Broker) 691-2962. Call Mr. Miles rates room, 2 bath, oak floors, Fla ---- with chance for advancement
635-2087 2 bedroom duplex, furn. 1810 TJNUSUAL"OPPORTUNITY
w room, carport, $1,000 down to supervisor. write Mr.
[and new 3 bedroom 2 bathS Indf $12500 total. Call owner 758-N.W.Tel. 691-6275.50th St. $26.50 per week. For sales minded girl. High Roberts BOX 44-607. (giving

Fla room, built-in stove PAGE APTS. Sacrifice for 8749. school or better education address and phone).,
Ten latest creations in good down payment or cash. --- --- experience in said, modeling

jilding. How about coming See owner at 233 N.W. 63rd 5 bedroom. '14 bath, CBS. 'If $16 per week. '3 bedroom unfurnished or profess tonal background. limited Income, sell wigsto

It on Sunday and see our St. 10 furn. units on city block. you have a large family this house, rear. 2229 Very high commission Phone your friends, for personal
lei at 1141 N.W. 75th st. Indf could be what you are lookingfor. N.W. 60th St. Clayton Lindell Corporation interview contact Miami Bar-

om 1-6 p.m. and our sales- ---- Two story building..good --- 7573821. ber College 195 N.W. 14th St.hst .
an will show you around Beautifully' furnished
nster Realty (Broker) PL- Large 3 bedroom, 2 bathhouse neighborhood near N. Miami Private bath -
private entrance,
18779. CBS, corner. '5720( N.W. 21st Ave. and 48th St. Call for ap
--- -- Ave. 'No qualifying. 'Drive by pointment. Fenster Realty, wall to' wall carpet. 'Walk-in- svgs I in TOWB s ,
closet. 1855 N.W. 69th
beautiful bedroom Street.
2 CBS, and call owner. UN 60655. Broker, PL 9-8779. .
rdwood floors, carport, FHA
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down. Clean in Clean fufnished with all
My $250 I room
Beautiful home 2 lots .819 N.W. 77th '3 bedroom
on corner St. ,
jit. Location 1863 N.W. 88th modem Turnished. Including OPEN SUNDAY 2-6 COME SEE
fully fenced, garage ,,,2 bath, CBS, best deal in Mia
Jerr. Open Sunday 1-6 kitchen. Call 754-1452.
p.m. front porch, tile roof, lovely mi. $9000 total. $1000 down.
1800 N.W. 94TH STREET
enster Realty, Broker, PL
'kitchen, large bedrooms, awn Move in. Call owner 758-8749.

T8779. ings, jalouise windows, appliances ----=- Unfurnished Kitchen 2 bedroom duplex. Lovely CBS. 2 bedroom, enclosed front porch, ap-
i has stove & refrigerator. -
bedroom furnished duplex drapes, carpeting. Allapattah Beauty Large yard with patio. plionces, $10,000 total, $300 dwwn. No closing costs.
An outstanding home. Price i:s Total $11,600,only $350 down 1
bt. Call 758-1098 after 6:30: 2752 N.W. 60th St. $22.50 per
$12,700 with $400 down and and $85 month pays all. FHA
m. week Call owner OX 6-2392. 1810 N.W. 94TH STREETCBS
$73 month. Key at Life Realty terms, Fla room, carport, utility
Broker. 4932 N.W. 7th Ave. room, 2 bedroom, large kit 2 bedroom, 1% bath, plus guest house in rear.

large need 3 yard bedroom tile t.tSScarport root, applinces. -, PL 9-4371. Open Sundays, chen. This is a large 2 bed' 42nd Unfurnished St. 7518376.Oct.apt. 253 N.W.. 22 Garage. $12,000 total. No closing costs.

evenings. room home. 'Call me to see.
Only $11,000. $350
wn and $63 month FHA. A Ben-Kori, 612 N.W. 60th St. Furnished 1 bedroom apt. $18 120 N.W. 43TH STREET
Large 3 bedroom home 2
life Realty, Broker, 4932 NW lots, fenced, enclosed on front t Call anytime. 751-2243. week.Include light, gas, water Lovely CBS, 3 bedroom, 2 both, Fla room, diningroom

hAve.and Sun.PL 9-4371. Open porch, carport, large tiled kit Open Sunday 2-5 After waste 5 removal.p.m.i Call 688-322. garage, appliances, $14,000, FHA, $450 down.
chen, central heat, appliances. 2144 N.W. 86th Terr. Total i -----
Price is $12,350, $350 down, Corner CBS Beauty. 2 bedroom, Fla room, garage, ex-
Large 3 bedroom CBS,carport, $10,500. Only $350 down an 1 3 room furn. house. '358 N.W.
$71 month and no closing; $73 month all. tras. $12,000 FHA. $400 down. No closing costs.
ont porch, large kitchen, pays FHA.This 10th St. 'Rear. Call 691-4764
tove refrigerator. No qualify- costs. Life Realty, Broker,1 is a lovely 2 bedroom CBS,, or FR 19177.
* *
4932 N.W. 7th Ave.PL 9-4371.
ig. $1,000 down $85 month, with full dining room, beautiful ----
(love right in. Life Realty, Open Sundays and eves. living room, fully fenced, Room. Working man. Private Large CBS, 4 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room, carport,

roker, 4932 N.W. 7th Ave. -3 -bedroom--CBS- with barbecue pit carport, city home. Phone 757-4149. close In. $14,000. Reasonable down. No qualifying.
water, spotless homes. A Ben- ----
L 94371. Open Sun eves.
cottage in back for income. * *
Kori. Realtor 612 N.W. 60th i 1 bedroom furn. efficiency.
Main house has Fla room, tile 1 St. Cally anytime 7512243. Phone bedroom and lower.
754-0977. i CBS Duplex Beauty. 2 upper Appliances -
TBS, 2 bedroom Fla room, air roof, large kitchen. Rear houseis in each apartment. Close in $15,200. $500

ond., all appliances, fenced, fully furnished. Price is Our Best Buy 1 bedroom, clean, furn. dup down.
kll for $9,700. No closing $12,000, $400 down and $77 lex. Utilities. $19 week. 888-
Total $11,000. only $350 dow * *
osts. $300 down payment. month, FHA. Life Realty, 6643. 2274 N.W. 41st St. I
169 month pays everything. We Broker, 4932 N.W. 7th Ave. and $78 month pays all FHA --- Another CBS Duplex Beauty. 2 bedroom and 1 bedroom -

ave key. Aetna Realty, Broker PL 9-4371. Open evenings and[ terms. This is a very large Big 3 bedroom home. Newly appliances. Best area. Price $15,000. $450 down.
2 bedroom CBS, fully fenced ,
, Phone 757-5724. 811 N.W. Sundays. large living room and large decorated, beautiful floors, WE HAVE MANY MOREIF
[54th St. 'Open Sat. 'and Sun. --- bedrooms. Call me on this and I electric, water, furn. $145 ,
---- Modem CBS,awnings,jalousie| wonderful month. 2280 N.W. 41st St. YOU ARE BEING DISPLACED LET US HELP YOU
get a buy. 'A.: Ben II
Huge CBS, 3 bedrooms, on windows, appliances, lovely KOli, 'Realtor, 612 N.W. 60thSt. 888-6643. BUY ANY FHA HOUSE $100 DOWN

orner, oak floors, Fla room, yard, fruit trees. A bargain at Call anytime. 7512243.
j "" '" '
ile roof, carport, best area, $8,350 with $250 down and -- 2 bedroom house. $21. Also ; J ';' ;r't

otal price 14700. No quali- $52 month. Keys at Life Realty, Live Rent Free have other apts. Liberty Ren- SHELI!", 'REALTY ..
ying. '$1,200 down $105 mo. Broker, 4932 N.W. 7th Ave. tal Agency. 2020 N.W. 62nd J: \ ; Im'

ays everything, a big family PL 9-4371. Open Sundays and $14,500total. $450 down, AI A st. 635-4927. ,}{>/, .,;.... ;'t'" '" ., ... ; ; ", ;
ream home. Aetna Realty, evenings. terms, for 2 houses, fully fume ------ '
air conditioned; front house '2 0 1 NW itAv. 751-55511
roker. Phone 757-5724. '811N.W. ---- 1 bedroom furnished duplex < .
: :
has brand new washer anddryer
54th and '
St. 'Open Sat. apt. Call 758-1098. 6:30 to
Sun. No qualifying. Lovely CBS, the furniture is really 8:30 p.m. --,

large fenced yard, appliances, nice, beautiful modem kitchen,

By owner. CBS, 3 bedroom, 2 air conditioner, awnings. $750(i wall oven, you won't believe/ : Eoom in private home. No

ath with extra lot. Ideal for down and move right in. Key it until you see these 2 CBS I'cooking. 1081 N.W. 61st St.

octor, dentist, beauty parlor, at Life Realty Broker. '4932 homes. Live in front largeI I PL 8-4164.

etc. 4769 N.W. 17th Ave. N.W.7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Open,I 3 bedroom, rent lovely housein --- EDISON Specials

Shown by appointment. PH. evenings and Sundays. rear, fenced property. You Attractive furnished Kuorn I
8853805. can live in and rent this
---- Cool, in quiet neighborhood. J
No qualifying, 4 bedroom, CBS,, property and the cost to you 1 Cooking no extra charge. From j e .r

4 BEST BUYS tile roof, large fenced yard,| after all expenses will be $15 $7 up. 'Inquire Room 7. '2056 j.

)pen Sunday 1 to 5. 4 bed. 2 appliances, freshly painted I I month. 'A Ben-Kori, Realtor, N.W. 5th Ct. 6968099Oct.22 j= OPEN SUNDAY I 5 P.M. =
inside and out. Below 36th St. 612 N.W. 60th St. Call any-
1049 N.W. 58th Terr. --- 215 N.W. 57TH STREET
'11,500 easy terms. Near N.W. 10th Ave. $750, time. 7512243. Lovely one bedroom cottage, J= rr

down and right in. Key -- furnished, $20 week, no children .
. move j Beautiful CBS 2 bedroom house, wall-to-wall
at Life rally., Broker, 4932; No Qualifying also private room, and a !. carpeting, fenced yard, near schools, $250 cash =
plex, CBS, $13,000. $600 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Move right in, beautiful 3 bath outside entrance $10wk r FHA. cash. month
''own. $250 $85 pays everything.No
Large rooms, excellent Open Sundays and evenings. bedroom, CBS spacious living 12th Ave. & 31st St. A Ben- i .
ondition. Like new on bus j= closing costs. .
Realtor 7512243.
-------- room, full dining room, Fla Kori
me. 3 bedrooms 1V4 bath. See room, in the best section of ---- .

1 bedroom apts. 1 efficiency, 7025 N.W. 28th Ave. Real town. 'Only $1,300 down you Barber Shop, 3 chairs. Locted I. OPEN SUNDAY 2-6 P.M. ,II

'ompletely furn. Shopping sharp. Like new. Hurry for can't beat this, quiet lovely in New Liberty City. 21135 1= 5001 l N.W. 5TH AVENUE .
N.W. 37th I
Ave. Nice
us lineprivate parking. Ask- this. '$1500 down. Call owner neighborhood that you can be locationin

[ng $29,000. Good terms. Owners 758-8749. proud and contented to live in. a fast-growing area. 'Fully I= (FOR PROFESSIONALS) II

---- A Ben-Kori Realtor, 612 N.W. equipped state and county li- :S
anxious 3 bedrooms
to sell. 2 baths, CBS, on corner. Very large Fla .
2 bedroom CBS, $300 down. 60th St. Call anytime 7512243. cense. Just move in, be the
bedroom CBS, $400 down, Take up payment. $67 month. first. Contact Mr. Clinton I.. room, garage. You'lIlovt this. FHA terms. :I

>87 month pays all. Price is 3015 N.W. 205th St. Special Beauty Jones, New Liberty City >Bar I .
12.000. This is real bar. or 'store Vat ',:above address. = .
a ------ Looking for a really large spa- > .<, : OPEN SUNDAY 2-6 P.M.
'ain. Large 100x100 fenced 1834 N.W. 88th St. $300 down. cious 2 bath home that has I. 335 N.W. 43RD STREET :I
ard. Carport, sidewalks, city $58 month. CBS beauty, large everything. Total $14,500, 1 bedroom" n'd 2 bedroom' ,cot I

ater, sewers. See Mr. 'Chris lot, real quiet. A-l shape. only 450 down for this CBS tages." '$10 &&' $..5 pef week.. ,m 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, enclosed garage, extra large .
'unday at 1045 N.W. 58th Terr. direct. 758-8749 living area. If like to entertain this
Hurry Owner beauty. 'FHA terms. All rooms 611'N.W. 8tK .St. ;'FR 1-4620. you is it. $12,000 I S
>r call 688-6638. Nites 681- --- are very spaciousfull garage, / "' ,-Oct. 29 total. $300 cash. FHA. No closing costs. .
?740. He will show you how 2 bedroom house. Like new. utility room, Fla room, full .

asy it \\t to own one of these Small down payment with low dining room, a wonderful home ALSO THE FOLLOWING BEING SOLD ON FHA .
xcellent M. Nice for entertaining. This is in the
properties. R. monthly payments. LOVELY HOMES
3rooks, Realtor. neighborhood. Call 6247359. best area. Don't miss this.A N =
Built On
Your Lot Ours
Ben-Kori Realtor 612 NW
--- 339 N.W. 39th Street .
Open 2-5 Sunday. Eat Thanks- Owner must sell. 728 N.W. 60th St. Call anytime. 751- To Please You
521 N.W.48th Street ::
giving dinner in your own home. 48th St. Large 3 bedroom, CBS, 2243.
$250 down. $78 month. 2 bedroom huge rooms. Save $2500. See, -- LOTS FOR SALE 39 N.W. 38th St. (pool) a

1 bath Fla room. 'Leonroll. call woner 7588749. 3 Good Buys 5431 N.W. 5th Ct. (duplex) a

l, Broker, 6883029. ---- CBS 2 bedroom, no qualify, 55x135-N.W. 48th Terr, 6930 N.W. 6th Ave. (duplex) :I

-- Corner Beauty!! Completely clean, total $10,500, $1,350 50xl05-N.W.55thS N 7030 N.W. 5th PI. (duplex)
to qualifying. Terms arranged. fume Attention! Attention! 3 down. $75 month. Duplex, 100x100- Terr.A 17 Ave. =I .
ice area. 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, bedrooms 2 bath, CBS on $19,550 $1,500 down, no
itchen furn., Fla room, fenced corner lot plus swimming poo!qualify, good income property. 50x100-41 St. ARE OPEN ALL DAY SAT.,& SUN. =

ackyard. Nell and sprinkler. This spacious home could be Total 5300. A Ben-Kori 50x14051,250Cash

1 real bargain. Also deluxe bought at FHA terms. How Realty, 7512243.

uplex. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, about coming out Sunday. Open Paid For Lots,

'Ia room, built-in kitchenfont. 1-6 p.m. to 94 N.W. 48th St. DAY NURSERY Homes, Acreage II IDIS R Rea

2 bedroom 1 bathrear.arge and our salesman Mr. Murray Children's Playhouse Day
lot. To see call Leon wil show you around or drive NurseryFor ? 175 HJk 62nrjm 751 44]

'roll, Broker, 688-3029 or by any time then call Fenster \ w eking mother. 6715 NW CALL BARON JE 8-1340

1-1902. Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779. :;17th Ave. Call OX 1-4638.


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"J TIMES Friday, October 15.196b

A h
I ;
w Sunday, Oct. '17 at 3:45: Ft5'
Recognition Day will beheld
at the auditorium of the 1
Dade County Children's Home S
in Kendall. Guest speaker will
be Mrs. J. W. Dunn. Mrs. DunnIs
the wife of Rev. J. W. Dunn. :.\;'J t,;'
She works as music teacherat y 'IP"

Holmes Elementary School -., .
and Coconut Grovf Elemen-
tary. She is also minister of ;.'1r....'! .
music at St. John's Baptist
Church. : [ :,
Several of the children will il
be appearing on the program. ,4.r ,
Supervisor Alfonso Williams .
will conducy Recognition. Rev.
Morris Elliott will give the in- I
vocation. Rev. Ernest Hutcherson -
Jr., will offer the bene-
diction. The public is invited.LIBCITY .

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Several retired citizens cussion were Robert Segal Mrs. V. ferry,Mr. Leo Russell' ,
from the Coconut Grove Com and Farley B. Neasman from supervisor of Adult Progr.....- 1-. .
munity were guests of a com- the Welfare Planning Council, ming; Elizabeth Verrick Parks ,. fr
mittee of the Golden Age Clubof and Miss Olive B. Alexander, Coconut Grove; Mr. George
James E. Scott Community executive director of James Stirrup, treasurer of JESCA's I DRIVE-IN THEATRE ,. ;
Association. The informal E. Scott Community Association. Golden Age Club; Mr. 'Henry :
luncheon meeting was held in D. Tucker, Mrs. Lillian Mazon,
the Senior Citizens Club Roomat In the above picture, and Mrs. Mittie Andrews. 3 FEATURES 3 A Beautiful Late

Liberty Square Housing Pro- seated from left to right, are: FRI. & SAT. I
!Mrs. Selena A. Ponder ,
ject.The coconut; Grove retireeswere JESCA's Senior Citizens Pro- Summer WeddingMiss
interested in the format. gram worker; Mrs. Spero Co- FILMED WITHUACH1NE6UN
ion of kine, president of JESCA's
an organized programfor
SPEEDIPNGDILUNGER"I Valderia Vernetta with brocade ban and bow ac.
senior citizens in the Grove Golden Age Club;* Miss OliveB. Sandilands of 1820 NW 69th centing the round neckline.
area. The discussion centered Alexander, Mrs. Emma St., was married to AC2 Davie Their head pieces of pink veil
around club organization, Bethel, Mr. Robert Segal, Mrs. r James Madison of HomesteadAir that fell just below the eyes
types of recreational activities Georgia Nelson, chairman of Force Base in an Impres- were topped with pink peau de
for older people, funds, JESCA's senior Citizens Com sive double ring ceremony at sole head bows.
etc. 'Contributing to the dis- mittee; Mr. Vharles Higgs, Mt. Tabor Baptist Church, Sun- Little Gregory Robinson

day, August 1 at 4 p.m. The served as ring bearer. He wore
RRRRRRRx...I..IRu..... Rev. P. S. Brown. solemnized white lined suit, ruffled bib,
the marriage. and white accessories.All .
.1 The radiant bride chose a adult male participantswere
.: IIM MACHINE TIRING beautiful full length gown of comrades of the gtoom.
_. ....
-- imported white de soie
peau Each is serving with th f'l U. S.
) MIAMI INSTITUTE under silk organza with bell Air Force stationed in Home
) ) n. shaped sleeves. The slightly stead.
t ,... NICK raised front waist line des- Serving.. best man was A2C
WMBM Community Service ADAMS cending toward back, dipped Theodore Evans, Miami. The
OF TECHNOLOGY ) Foundation is happy to announce into a charmingly squared ushers included Harry Swinton,
S the graduation of Miss front and round back neckline.. South Carolina; Clifford Dar-
Naomi Johnson, the first stu- A lavishly full length skirt rington, Alabama; Horace
College of Data,Placating SciI t e, dent to receive a $4,000WMBM with bell effect, and a detachable Fortson, Georgia; James Ever-
Scholarship Award. ttKIT CONRAD,J9KN ASHLEY.WCTMKBttM train edged with ette, Virginia. 'Their rank is
KEY. PUNCH .- COMPUTER PROGRAMMING Miss Johnson is also the DUITEID'JJUYA'Ml1Y& MBtIEY matching lace created a pic- also Airman Second Class.
f Negro to graduate from the ture of fragile loveliness. MissSandl1ands' Others serving as',ushers were
,, fM ad **... .rt Ii.HeI lOW !la !If data prec.silto.. .. University of Miami after entering M AllIED MnsrsMuurFEATURE mm headdress was a Herbert Cull, Pennsylvania; J'

,ilel V the ......} flf.wi.9 :14.I ti *. U4. '. as a freshman from NO. 2 small cluster of white roses Harold Lewis, Kentucky and
S Booker T. Washington High which hung from a double illusion David Braun of New York.
I TRAIN NOW .FORA SECURE FUTURE: ,. ; School and" completing the GUNSLINCINC MAN-HUNTER-! veil of English silk. Their rank is Airman Third
to*". th.. s in Her only jewelry was a stringof
we $10,080.HI : four year course majoring GUN Class. They were attired in
:; matched pearls, and she
languages.It the traditional Air Force Dress
** Student Available' 1 carried bouquet of miniature .
Loans,' '
is the hope of WMBM I FIGH! Uni/orm.
white carnations with white
that Miss Johnson, as well as : The bride's mother Mrs.
DAY AND IICIITCLAStIES KMT FOiliNG the many other students who ArCOMANCHEiAUDIE orchids attached. Harold (Constance) Sandilands

,Ope. 8:30 .... to 10 p... received these WMBM scholar- MURPHY Miss Bertha Sandilands, complimented the wedding
I' ship awards,and who graduate sister of and attendant to the looking lovely in a one piece
Coll Miami!! {.cll'I., Ippo .ta..t. Ph. 633.1441 bride wore a ballerina length
slim dress
from their respective collegesor draped overskirt,
lend ills FEATURE NO. 3 of raised light pink brocade
Or cwpoa' for farther tifomation' universities will remain in gown and oval necklint embossed
I the community and help to Inspire with rose highlighted with con-
Mia.l Institute of Technology 1250 N.W. 27th Ave. j :: and educate younger v Little Miss Cynthia Law- trasting accessories.The .
I students horn in a charminr ballerina bride was given in

M NAME............................................AGE............ r. dress of pink and white pure marriage Sandilands.Mrs. by. her father, Harold
4 e organza over taffeta with puff
sleeves and round neckline Margaretta McKain,
STREET............'.........................................n.. WAIT FORLONGHORN served as flower girl. guest solosist sang, "If Gnri
2B :I Bridesmaids were MissesJo Left Only You." and "Be-

CITY.............................PHONE.....................; Ann Moss, cousin of the cause."
bride; Judith Thompson, Fred- Roscoe Speed, church organist -
j l IImluhMIflaMIaIRIIMIN. I ericka Stewart,_ friends of the played the weddme{
bride; Isabelle Ingraham and march. -Mrs, Maedon S. Bul-
Wilma Sharon Hepburn. +classmates lard was directress.Mrs. .

of the bride 'Carrying Madison is a studentat
SUNMONTUEWED.UNINHIBITED. bouquets of white carnationswith Miami-Dade Junior College.
pink and white streamers 'Airman Madison, son of Mr.
I sr attached, they were lovely in 1 Frank Madison and the late
INCIDENTALLY WNY DOES identical shrimp pink ballet I Mrs. Irene Madison formerly of
ina length dresses of peau de Valdosta, Ga. is stationed at
RJCHAROW.ROLSTONDdlNKMILKATTHE BARDOLATRY l l l I soie. The attached train ad-]Homestead Air Force Base.
ded a touch of loveliness to The couple is residin g in Miami. ..,
BRIGITrEflA9T the empire waist line, trim I .

SHRIMP PLACED '' 'TIS GOOD TOO I North Dade Seniors To I

h TO BE Honor AlumniNorth

Dade High School ing the pep rally a sock: hop
I 1\\ THE homecoming Week will begin will follow.
YOUNG/ Oct. 18 and end Oct. 23. The Saturday, the biggest day of
PILLOW? week festivities will start Homecoming Week will begin
with the decoration of bulletin with a parade. At 11 a.m. the
boards and the displays of band will march down the main
club projects. Tuesday, tate streets of Opa-locka, followedby
19th is, Amateur Night. All Miss Homecoming and attendants -
"Miss Homecoming" contest- Miss North bade and (
ants will display their talents attendants and various queens
\ The affaij will begin at8 p.m. represneting various clubs
) \q On Oct. 21 there will be an around the campus. 'At 8 p.m. j
kT Alumni Assembly, sponsoredby the big Homecoming Game will t
k Miss Helen barbery.\; The kickoff. The Thunderbirds
5' I + next day, anothei assemblywill will take on the Bulls ot
be sponsored by the sen Northwestern at the J. C.
SOUTHEAST FLORIDA DAIRY INSTITUTE SALUTES ior class; honoring all seniors Stadium. A big victory ball
members of the football team. will follow the game.
NATIONAL RESTAURANT MONTHS ALSOem Friday, the 23rd all loyal y 1
S Gffttttt Guyn The World Tikes Hit Family Out To Et." North Dadeitea should be
', wearing our school colors: TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO
'" royal blue and white. Friday .
,' night the annual pep tally SUNDAYI ,
... o.Gf/yC1/N iIEJIRYMiualol uum
..y'r . (bQofirc'W I1, be held. Follow


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the University of Miami, off its startling comeback ... LEJEUENThe
before losing 34-27 to Louisiana State last week, .. ...
I is made favorite to trip the. University of Houston in .... .... Par and Birdie Golf Club gathered I in full force

the Orange Bowl Saturday night, it would not be sur. ... .... October 10 at their home course, the beautiful Lejeune
|prising. .... layout, to play their sixth semi-annual tournament.At .
Back in 1957, a promising Miami team invaded ... the sight of the six beautiful trophies (three for
| Houston for its opener, confident of blasting the Cou- each division of Aand B); enthusiasm of play was

I gars. The final scroe read, Houston 7, Miami 0. ... heightened and the golfers reared back and had a good
The Cougars boast one of the most publicized swing going for a while to determine '"hose skillful
I sophomore halfbacks in Warren McVea. The Negro play would merit his taking off with one the trophies.

speedster has yet to come into his own and everybodywill .. There were only six trophies to be won and over

be watching him Saturday night. ... two dozen players wsinging,hitting, pitching, chipping
Saturday night, the Hurricanes will send their new and putting to get one; and because of their excellent
quarterback find, "Aalabma Bill" Miller against the play aided by their individual handicaps these six
lightning fast Cougars of the Lone Star state. players were winners in their respective divisions:
Miller put on one of the greatest passing shows A DIVISION:

ever seen in the Orange Bowl in the spectacular strug- .. First Place J. Everett
gle with might LSU last Saturday night. When Bob Second Place R. Stillm an
Bilentnikoff went down with a severly sprained foot, Third P lace W. Orr
Miller was sent in to take over and touched off an ex- ... .
plosion which nearly whipped the Bengal Tigers. Stand- B DIVISION

back there cool as a veteran, he drove the Tigers half ... First Place K. C. Wilson
crazy with his aerial bombs to Jerry Daanen. He com- ..... .... Second Place Hastie
21 out of 39 thrown and hadan ..
pleted an passes ... Third Place L. Armbristers
astounding 281 passing. .

Bobby Monlyn, speedy and powerful halfback of EXCELSIOR BOWLING RESULTSThe
LITTLE RIVER REOPENSThe .ft the Jackson Generals helped his team to their firstft
crowd was not up to expectations last Thursday win of the season last week with a sparkling performance *c Excelsior League is still bunched reasonablyclose
but look forward for it to pick up. All the bouts In their 32-12 conquest of Miami Edison. oil after completing four weeks of bowling; as of
were hard fought. Plenty of action from start to finish. Monyn! ran for 94 yards in 10 carries for a 9.4 date no team shows signs of running away from'the
Here are the results: average His longest run was for 32 yards. Th. senior remainder of the league.

Willie Taylor, 158-pounder from Miami, stopped ballcarrier Is also an academic Stalwart, maintaining League standings are:

Harry Tetlow, 162, Miami, after 35 seconds in the fifth ** a photo.B average In the classroom.House of Photography ** TEAM: W L Pins

round of their scheduled 10-round boxing match at Lit- * * * * * * The Olympics 9 3 9558

tle River Auditorium Thursday night.In Sweet Builders 7 5 10552
other bouts, James Bey, Miami and Mario Men-
New Frontier 7 5 10059
dez, lightweights, drew; heavyweights Hector Molina* Rattlers Knock Off Team No. 13 6/$ 5% 9682
Hollywood, and Steve Levine, North Miami Beach, Cloverleaf Sport Shop 6 6 10141
drew; middleweight Richie Smith, Nassau, won a six- The Cobras 6 6 9924

round split decision over Fran Curry, Panama City, Unbeaten Ala. A&MNormal Packer Pontiac 6 ,. 6 9621
and heavyweight Duke Johnson, New Jersey, took a Hagan and Fonda No. 2 6 6 9594
four-round split decision from Willie Thomas, Philadel Metropolitan Cleaners 6 6 9576
in scoring theu sensational
AU.- The Rattlersof as
phia. Team No..14 6 6' 9286
quarterback Orlando Hale
Florida A&M met Alabama connected -
A&M for the first time in the for 209 yards in the McDonald's Liquors 5ft 6ft 9213
PATTERSON MANAGER DIES AT 68 school's history, and the game, threw a 44-yard touch- Hagan and Fonda No. 1 5 7 10399
Rattlers came out the victorsin down pass to end John 1 no- ''Leo's Sport World 5 7 9470
Sony to hear of the death of Dan Florio, manager-
the Southern mas for the Alabama TD. The The
Intercollegiate 5 Summersetts 3 9 10371
trainer of world
heavyweight champion Floyd .
former Athletic Conference clash. pass by Hale for the extra
Patterson and a prominent boxing figure for 45 years The 28-14 win of the Rat- point failed. LEAGUE TOP FIVE AVERAGES:
who died Monday night in a New York hospital. He was tlers over the Bulldogs was FAMU quickly came back, Tommy Jackson, 195; Frank Southward, 191; James
68. Florio's death, a week after he underwent surgeryfor the third consecutive conference as Fullback Eugene Thomas Thomas 189; Eddie Johnson, 184; Archie Brown, 185;
an intestinal ailment, will not affect Patterson's win for FAMU in as many climaxed a sustained Rattler High single games for the month were bowled by

heavyweight title fight with champion Cassius Clayin games. drive, by plunging over from Cecil Nixon, 267; Eddie Thorpe, 249; and Archie Brown,
Las Vegas Nov. 22, promoter Al Bolan said in Las Alabama, previously Unbeaten the one-yard line for the TD. 248.
Vegas. I knew Dan for over 50 years. May he rest in t ok a perfect 3-0 Thomas ran for the extra High three game sets for the month: Eddie Thorpe
league and season record into point, and gave A&M a 8-6
peace. first quarter lead. 643, Tommy Jackson 619, Willie E. Robinson 616.
the game, but a "strong and .
improved" Rattler rushing attack Miamian Rudy Cambridge
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MISS WHIRL IS "QUEEN OF CROP" proved too much for the scampered 44 yards in the sec- j(<: ;, "WBAT; IS
Bulldogs. ond quarter for the second A& : ,
Miss Whirl still is "queen of the crop" at Flaglerin FAMU Head Coach Jake M Rattler touchdown of the \L-ONCBORN?
spite of the beefed up opposition in the current edit- Gaither commented his team night. Quarterback Elroy Mo- : :
ion of the track's $80,000 international Classic. "showed great improvement"in rand passed to End Robinson
She proved this last Saturday by polishing off the 24-18 win. "They look- for the two-point conversion.
John Still's Big Forge and Sonny Alderson's Cactus ed real strong in their rushing A 15-yard pass to end O 1 .
Lonesome in their first meeting. And she'll plunge into attack, but we'll have to work James Witherspoon from Hale
on our pass defense some accounted for the final touch-
the start of the three-round quarterfinal competitionnext :
more. That was our weak point down for the Bulldogs.
Saturday (Oct. 16) as a more solid favorite than again tonight." The Rattleia FAMU came back to score POST TIME

ever. gained a phenomenal 298 yardson again as Thomas again went 8:00 P.M.
When qualiyfing points were tabulated after the the ground, while the Ratt- over from the one, giving the
first three rounds, Miss Whirl had a perfect score of lers held the Bulldogs to only Rattlers a 22-14 lead.
24 to head the list and collect the $1,500 prize as top 16: but the Bulldogs showed in the final closing minutes
qualifier. their passing impetus by out- of the game, Andrew Greene, a
Big Forge, a star at Taunton, Multonomah and gaining the Rattlers 20921. junior from Miami raced across
Hollywood, and Les Cole's Wild Jean tied for secondin The Rattlers, as in prev- from the one for the final
ious contests, again had Rattler tally. Greene also
qualifying points with two wins and a second
in the .qualifying rounds and Cactus Lonesome, from trouble scoring once they got kept the Rattlers out of troubleby '?be Nan..'. Q..ywwwdsi.wpws.N
averaging 45 yards punting.
within the line.
Denver's Mile High track, wound up fourth with 21. The Gaithermen failed to score The Rattlers take on Mor-
ris Brown Saturday in Tallahassee -
three times inside
BRAVERMAN A REAL SPORTSMANNat Bulldo lwenty. for the Homecoming HOW! TWIN DOUBLE

It took Alabama little time game.BethuNeCookman.
Braverman proprietor of Grand Central
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niture is an all around sportsman. Here is his back -' i.

ground: Former boxer, Miami Boxing Commissioner: 77Tie I
flies radio controlled air planes, learning to play golf
and interested in numerous other sports. A member of Daytona Beach-With 2:56 throughout the afternoon in a j.|
the South Florida Veterans Boxing Association Ring 31., left in a bitterly fought Home- great defensive struggle, giv-I''
coming game, two Georges ing yardage grudgingly, forcing ;
from Morris Brown teamed up the offense to take to the '."i.
on a perfectly executed 65 air in a game played between f
=Dugies Guest Hous(- yard touchdown pass, Brownto the 20 yard stripes. .
Atkinson with Roosevelt
... ,;, Russell booting the extra Bethune scored'early in the ft
[ ):, h' l'Uth l s..f tnuI"alrooms. i!;'" <
Ii '- 4 first results
\ }' quarter as of ,"
tie B-CC 7-7.
point to
e Ursa ,, 4''Kesa d as i j.tnlnd'. ., r.j iJf ,.; Both teams found going breaks caused by penalties. A
I rA)bet: g.. ;..',i.'Challenge. I yeu.ts.fnd: I., rough on the ground with Be- long pass putting them on the 1
Iif'",. S..I 9tl' The accommodations you receive 56 yards and Morris Brown penalty, but an interferrencecall
You find only In this brother winding up with a net 25 yard a ainst Morris.Brown gave
OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY loss. Both teamb scored via them a first down on 'the 29,
the air with Bethune pickingup from which point King tossedto
2941 N.W. 47TH STREET 634-3851 219 yards and the Visitors Robert Dickerson in the end
167 yards.BATTLE. zone. Allen kicked to give the
JAMAICA DUGIE home team, a 7 point advantage -
AlwaYS a friend OF LINES 'which they held' until late
Two rugged lines battled in the fourth quarter.


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TUP UIAUI J Frtdov. Qrtoi.r965

f t October YMCA;

I' World Service

, I', Emph sis Montis.

Program emphasis at the
Carver Y during the month of :
October is YMCA World Service '
I, : Mrs. -Susan Harris, pro- '
: "y, yarn chairman has,arranged a
> series of radio:programs withMrs.

Progress. Blanche'Report Galloway over Radio on 6483TAFTST. PALM SPRINGS MILE 5757 N.W.27th AVE. 'PERRINESHOPPING 9843 Bird Rd.
: Station 1375 W.49th St. CENTER
WMBM each Thursday. W. Hollywood
1 t 150 persons were invited to 945-0381 HI.I....FI. MIAMI,FLA. Perrlat,f'.. Miami,Flo.
J*, sip at a "Stay at Home Tea 21-1761 635-0736 635-O736 231.2901 L 226-5631
on Sunday Oct. 10th. 'Citiv -
zens, of substance and all
Carver Board members have
been invited to make contributions NO NOT s y
i toward the Carver 10-9 EMBGEMa OUT OF IUSINESS .:

contribution to the I ntemat-
ional World Service Fund.'
On Sunday, October 24, a
<,' Day of dedication program has'
p been scheduled which will 10
present returned World Service
personnel and monies of the DEFIES COMPETITION AT THIS PRICE r.
': service will be shown. This
will be in the branch aurit-
orium, 5770 N.W. 15th Ave. +

7jI :
Regular classes of Instruction -
in contract Bridgeare
offered each Monday even-
ing from 7:30 p.m. 'until 10
p.m. at no cost to YMCA mem-
bers. The teacher is Mr. 'Rob
bie Wright assisted at times
,by Leon Earles and Oscar Ed-
ward$. '
For those who know how to
play or think they do, recrea-
tional bridge is offered on Wed-
nesday at the same time. Thisis
not an organized club.
Players just drop in and play ,,' '
until they are run out. Mrs. Li- ? iir
Mayme Bond is the genial : '.' .'< ...... nrr .. n.-.-. .r w+ .- rw..r'... _..w.r.
Sunday, October 17 at MIRROR -w :' -p-...._
4 p.m.,' Mr. Dick Le Duce, CHEST $
pianist extraordinary, composer -
and arranger, together PANEL HEADBOARD
with a top professional bass 3 THROW PILLOWS COMPARE
player and drummer will give a 3 WALL PICTURES
concert of Modem Jazz, end- $119
ing with a request to donate
$1.00. Children are free.

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