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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 22, 1965
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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NAACP WARNS... CUBAN REFUGEES WILL AiN HERE



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Volume 43, No.8. MIAMI, FLORIDA, Ottober 22. 1965 16 PAGES



Thousands Purged From Florida' Voting lists .. :J JI



Official figures compiled
bthe, Secretary of State in
t t M Tallahassee showed Mon-
t:' L f I It day thut Nl'gro'uter registration
4 l fell nearly 10,000 between I

October 1964 and October
1965.
1 In the same period the I

20,000.White'oters I fell olf nearly \:

The NAACP recently ".\
claimed thai state-wide Voter
Registration Drives had add-
yr- ed 140,000 to the list, which:
,
should have brought the Negro I..

t voting strength to nearly \:'
,
oOO.OOO. But liguicssent to
Sc.tn.ta. Tom Adams by
registration supervisors of "
the (>7 counties! showed the
total was 289,792. It was : ,;

:WU.,321 at UK-same lime last
r 1 .x ear
Hutledge Pearson State ;

NAACP President, blamedthe
decline of :Negro" registration : /T- --i:

on many I actors, including :
purges of voting rolls .
1 and hailapsing of Nl'll'U"otl'I'S --- ____ J

at the last election. RANGE HAS BIG KICKOFF Despite a record-breaking rainfall last Thurs-
"In counties where drops
I iBBBIBMSHHBRBHBm DBBBQBBBEIH- I were reported,* we nUIcon.- day more than 400 staunch supporters of Mrs, Athahe Range waded through to Bay
RETURNS TO FAMU Mrs. N. Morris of Tallahassee, Mrs. elude thatpcisonsallectedb) front Auditorium to help officially launch her campaign for the City Commission. Mrs. I

Sylvia Morris Smith a 1964 Smith formerly taught at Dil- changes of addresses to urban Range (center) is surrounded by some of her ardent supporters-Johnson photo.
graduate of Florida A&M University lard Comprehensive High in renewal progiams. ,
recently returned to Fort Lauderdale. She is married und from White,
her alma mater to work in the to Harold J. Smith formerly pressure l'll'ments'who
IUlhl-\\'lng White Withdraws Planto '
I Office of Admissions i nd Rec- of New Orleans, La. challenged man of the voters Couple

ords. Daughter of Mrs.-Alverta- -- ---- _______ _____ in the last election are [ I

off prime, as factors reported for bx thelex the cling Scxrctuix .'- Adopt Negro Baby : .,
fftcfedydiDdytonaBSTr
/ of State's' office Pearson ,
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said. '
I > ** Negro reglstrutionlnDade\ Dade County Circuit Churl I grants their requests to withdraw "'"However; the report
rle EI"'ffi; ; '. County dropped from 55- was asked Monday b.u. they' may Ihen refile for added, "II Is difficult to determine
Commission in other how well he will fit
: 000 in October 1964 to 48- white couple for permissionto adoption some stateor

L.--\o........ _, _" ..,_._.. ___ ._,' n_ __ _- ____ __ _J 000 this October. More than withdraw their petltion'toadopt in the Bahamas.JudJ.te into this environment as he
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a Negro child. Francis X. Knuck grows older and becomes
Daytona Bl'uth'oters did "" ". ) 8,000 names were removed The State Welfare Depart- has asked attorneys for the more aware of his place In
.
from the lists when cards
the unusual Tuesday when I ment opposed the propoltl'dadoption Sciibners and the Welfare society. Therefore, it Is seriously -
.t .1) mailed to old addresses
,, were -
elected the first Negro "
thc
by Mr. and Mrs. Department to file briefs be- questioned whetherpe-
and were returned un-
the .first the .
and to
woman claimed. Anton Scribnei and asked fore he makes a decision. No Utioners can provide a nor.
City( Commission. 1..11', the court for custody of the date has been set for hearing. mal family life and futurefor
Gadsden County (Quincy)
47
James E. Huglur "
f The this child.
,. ". had thelargestincrease, child until he can be placedin court t requires a recommendation -
Beth-
business manager ut i from The filed by
a home which meets department the Welfare petition was
une-Cookman College) : which brought it to a new
'. approval.Twentxmonthold. Department in all adoption the Scribners about a year
high of 5,135.A .
;
polled! 5,545; votes to 4,725 ;
: : The ago't'hey expressed sur-
; P eases. departmentfound
the total state
for his opponent, Bob Me- '' '.." year ago
:' .-' :'- I Joel I the Scribners to be acceptable piise at the recommendation
Garilx', Both men were seeking t.. :, registration was 2,501,546 was with the Scribners since in made by the Welfare Department -

parents many respects
their .,. '. to 2,460,727 at present. The
first teim '' i o'ld.
.1" he was three days Mrs. and thebaby"healthy In February.Mrs. .
decline for the 40-
state was
Mrs Betty Jane Bonne .. Scribner said if the court and happy".
won over incumbent Stanley' 819. Scribner said, "\Vel,
Mass, ,542 to 3,273. Mass Counties where the largest feel that withdrawing the pewx..,
was running for his thrid decreases came were Dade, tition would be the best thing
Palm Beach, Hillsborough, Phillip Randolph' to Get to do, because it would elim-
term.Mayor Owen Eubank was imnnB I Orange, Bre ard and Oka- inate the possibility of the
re-elected by a vole of 7,076to loosa. baby bl'inle\'en temporarily
3,077 for M, F Mecklen, JAMES HUGER I Up-dating of voter tolls in Florida Citizens removed from home. Even
ward
his opponent Negro Commissioner; Dade and Orange during the he were removed it would bea
creation of new voter pre- traumatic experience for
LL -" cincts, is said by election officials A. Phillip Randolph, president Washington in which more than him."

Negroes Face Loss ofL to be the cause of the of Sleeping Car Porters, 200,000 took part. They had no intention of
j jf ail-off. and a vice president of NAACP The award will be given making a legal test of the
; In the "Big Ten", Dade: and AFL-CIO International, annually by the Florida State adoption, she said. "We are
:/ Jobs 'Cubans still holds first place with't will personally accept the first Confefence NAACP to an out- more Interested In Joel than

: : ; ,.. > to ,, ,,,-I.... ,. ,>, 452,242; Pinellas 230,327; citizens award for a Floridian! standing citizen of Flor jIa anything else right now."
I tiYe '', Duval 196,937; Broward active in the civil: rights move-
<< --** >ISt foi particularly in the civil rights
;"Despite; clit resettlement formerly emplo.xed d'f ln many: '196,582; Hillsborough movement.

a great majority of Miami andMlamiUeachholtels. 167,294; Palm Beach 115- ment.A native of Jacksonville, The award will be given at ,
these newly-arrived refugeeswill 678; Orange 114,433; Polk Mr. Randolph has been a leader the Freedom Awards Dinner at
remain in the Miami- "In short, the Cuban. .immigrants 84,600; Escambia 74,675; in the civil rights movement Stouffer's Restaurant in West|Good

Dade County Area," Attorney in this country Volusia l i 73,765; Brevard for a number of years. lie also Palm Beach, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 30.
Donald Wheeler Jones have had their most severe 63,751. was cha rman of the March on
pointed out last week Inaletter effect upon that group of citizens .
to President Johnson, least able to afford it," Guys -.' .
Congressman Dante Fascell, he said. Editor
Reeves Get
(:ov. Haydon Burns, Metro "We are In fax'or of our national to
,Major Chuck Hall and Mi- policy of admitting the l
ami Mayor Robert King oppressed of the Castro regime -
High. ," Jones emphasized, testimonial Dinner Gives
The local NAACP presi- "and we will be among the
dent told federal, state and first'to be of whatever assistance -
county officials Friday that we can in making the I H. K S. Reeves, Editor and cular attentionuponthecom-
munit service which he has ,. -
the U.S. "must exercise its next arrival of Cuban refu- Publisher of the Miami Times )
responsibilities toward the gees a pleasant one. will be honored at a testi- behalf Initiated of for many Children's years in )
economically oppressed of "We are confident that the monial dinner on December Variety Cif
the center
this community, as well as Cuban people and the Negroes 11. The pioneer Miami busi- which Hospital, pediatric for
toward the politically of this community can ness executive will be cited by cares so in manyyoungsters his
oppresses of Cuba." live and work together as members of the Dade Count' area. residing
brothers," he said. community for his distinguished -
Jones said that the average Jones made the observation public service and It is expected that lead-
Negro citizen who has lost that "while there Is only his exemplary conduct of the ,ers In government, education
his job to a Cuban has welfare and religious ..
the slightest indication of i ill l newspaper which founded a T
"borne his burden in silenceas will at the present time, history in September 1923.Cochairmen life will all turn out to honor ;
a sacrificial lamb for the has amply illustrated the Editor on December 11.
extension of freedom and democracy time and time again that of the dinner The first planned meeting:
to refugees from when groups In want are are Charles Hadley, Athalie of the Reeves dinner committee ..
another land." involved In fierce competition Range, Dr George Simpsonand will take place at alunch-
He declared that Cubans for jobs, friction almost Dana Chapman. The eon on Monday, October, UMTto 'u.o
have already displaced Ne- community wide tribute to at Toby's Restaurant at 54th A. PHILLIP RANDOLPH or BAOI eoun44
inevitably occurs, he cautioned -
groes and other personnel Mr. Reeves will focus parti- Street and 7th Ax'enue. Honored by NAACP







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22,1965

Makes Debut ._ _
N.nr Daily __ -- -
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V W TH> V --- g

I lloBe Equal New York-NPI-A new community news, the important Harlem 'I>(S OUR CLASSIFIED ADS i
has Daily will spotlight .
Negro daily newspaper .
joined the ranks of the present events not now covered by the '" BRING RESULTS j i
;
national and in- r ,
daily
by. Whitney M. Young Jr. two-Atlanta I Daily orld and press to iI
temational events important
Chicago Daily Defender. Born L'
strike residents of the communitiesit --------------J I
of the
Executive Director National Urban League out': newspaper .
which has left the city almost serves.

RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIESIf readerless for local papers. -

my readings of the signs and portents is correct, an the new publication is the 1'''
.
increasing number of Negro organizations are rolling up their Harlem Daily.Published Reid s
by Clyde
sleeves to join the War on Poverty.
and edited by Grey Harris, it
This may npt appear sensational to some readers. But it
distributed in Harlem,
be
is an important development. It signifies that our ghettoized will II
Negro millions are expecting more of their leaders than mass the Bedford-Stuyvesant sec-
and in the
tion of
Brooklyn
marches and picket lines. They want opportunities-chances
Concerned with
to retrain, to learn, to enroll 'their children in nursery schools Bronx. mainly

and the like. ---
Just recently, the NAACP and the Cleveland Urban
'League inked a $300,000 Federal contract to enlist and help STATEMENT OF OWN-
provide pre-vocational training to hundreds of unemployed KHSHI11: MANAC.KMENTAND :
Cleveland Negroes. While job finding, retraining,and youth J CIIK'ULTATION required -
motivation have long been Urban League aims, the NAACP by the Act ol October
move is a significant turning point. 23, 19)2 Section4369'I'Itle:
Across the conutry, Nergo church, civic, and fraternal :39, United States Code. 1 Ma
groups have sponsored Federal "Head Start" summer nursery The Miami Times is published I
projects for disadvantaged youngsters, and its success has weekly at i"40 N.W. ya
produced a swelling chorus of appeals for more "Head Start"in 15th Ave., Miami, Florida. r
a hurry. Publisher and Editor of the

James Farmer, CORE direct, says his organization intends Miami 'limes is H. K. S. r
to move in to the political arena. Sensitive to the limitsof Reeves, 1424 N.W. h9th St.,
direct action protests, Farmer declares: Miami, Fla. Managing Editor -
"The old way won us the right to eat hamburgers at of the Miami Times is rs
lunch counters and is winning us the right to vote, but (it) has Garth; C beeves ()851 :\I.W.
not basically affected the life of the average Negro. 13th Avc., Miami, Via 4
IsH. K. S. -1-r-
Now CORE'S head sees political action as a method to The owner r "
(reeves 1424: N.W. b9th St.,
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"win cinil rights contests in housing, employment, the anti- Flu.,
poverty program and public education." :Miami The number ol FAMU PLAYMAKERS ELECT OFFICERS--Newly elected officers of the Florida

There is no limit to the possibilities of self-help, either copies average of each issue of this A&M University Playmakers Guild are pictured here. Standing, left to right, they are
.x It can take a hundred varieties and formsl In Milwaukee, for publication sold or distributed David Scott, Daytona Beach, business manager; Betty Tucker, Opa-locka, recording
instance, the local Urban League has a $103,000 grant from through the mails or secretary; Alyce Marshall, Fort Lauderdale, reporter; Ronald Thompson, Miami, vice
the Housing and Home Finance Agency to a slum dwellers otherwise during the preceding : president; Parthenia Variance, Hallandale, treasurer and Dr. S. Randolph Edmonds,
to upgrade their housing. Five neighborhood centers are dol- 12 months was 8,300.:
ing out information on ways of financing home improvements. Garth C. Reeves, executive director. Seated, left to right are Gladys Perry, assistant business manager
improving code enforcement, an d reminding tenants of their Managing Editor. and Anthony Sweeting, president, both of (IMiami-FAMU' staff photo by Fillyau.POTATIGER .

responsibilities, as well as their rights.In .

Buffalo, Washington, D. C., Seattle, Chicago, Pitts-
burgh, St. Louis, Cleveland and a half dozen other cities,
League branches are retraining over 3,000 workers thanks
to nearly $3,000,000 in aid from the U. S, Labor Department'sBureau IN YOUR TANK
of Apprenticeship Training.In .
Chicago, public aid rolls are being slashed through a
joint retraining drive by the League and the Cook County De-
partment of Public Aid. Director Raymond Hilliard of the wel-

fare agency reckons that taxpayers save about $2,500 a year
each time a man is retrained as a Yellow Cab driver or gasoline --.. ..
station attendant. In the drive's first year, 1,000 men I .
jumped from relief rolls to job roles Liter six-to-ten-week ; mI3(3(
training courses, saving over $2,500,000 and giving their fami-

lies new hope. : : t'\\P

... The federal funds to agencies like the Urban League remain Y + a "..'\,,:.,.,..:::.> f1A.
-.;;>;r. .e J
tentative when sonsiders the vast in : .
misery *
one our /V '"" :1 :; \''
land. But they represent a breakthrough, and the first such ... I ...l.i:1'.0 ; it k-:c. Treatw t
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major breakthrough since the New Deal from which Negroes'were (: ..

largely excluded. ] ;: <0; f2I
Now we have a chance. ontrast Harlem and Los Ange- <" : ; I
les, for instance. In the latter, federal aid program got snarled.In '. S '.:>h:>:::.":"<.:"..,,).>:::::: .. J

the former, HATYOUACT! the League, and other agencies, \
backed by federal money, got thousands of youngsters of the r While they last
: !
streets this summer and into productive work. In Harlem, thereis .

a new mood. Bitterness and anger are still there, to be : .I. .
( Drlv In whtrtvtr you t ee this
But so is hope. .
sure. .. lign and 91 a Tiger "Tlck.o'
And so is hope-withthe aid of government-which A Trtot" Bog for your children
must be nurt ured and expanded. But Begro, businessmen, civic .y a' flU while Ih.y lo.tl
and fraternal groups and block clubs, must all pitch in for self-

assertion. Rights and responsibilities go together.



Activities At The WOU/-U/HATA


". YM and YWCABRIDGE H/\Ll HA/EEr\J,- COSTUME t i


SESSIONSThe they can do. Their mothers
YWCA offering will be the guests of honor.
course for beginners each Miss Jacqueline Jones is
Wednesday night at 7:30.: their advisor.
Join us and Increase your
sociability and improveyour
skill.TEENAGE. 3
The JUNS, a group of
ROLL CALLIS neighborhood ladies
met at
STILL GOING ON the N.W. Center on Wed nes- %
Come on out Teenagers day Oct. J 3.
and join the others who are The JUNS are, Just us
present at the ROLL CALL neighbors. A warm neigh- .
EACH J>A Y. bor hood melting was, enjoyed *
They are: Bernetta Storr, Inspite of the rain.
Kay Jackson, Wanda Woot- The hostesses were: Mrs. i > t reI
en, Gwendolyn Johnson, LMHutcheson, Anne Co.
Granda Bryant, Joan and 1'eman' and Mamie (;Jill.
Janice Johnson Adrianne A versatile pr<,>gram was
Jackson, Julia Cook, and ejo.\ed.
many others. Mis. Tim Lindsay took
the group on a. European
ROYAL KNIGHTS CLUBA
Tour by Arm Chair Travel
group of boys who en- It was exciting to hear a-
joy coming to the YWCA bout Rome London, 1'uiis
have organized a club. They etc. Mrs. Lindsey was also
call themselves the ROYAL honored as the good neigh.
KNIGHTS. bor of the week for her cooperative -
They have some interest interest In otheis.
ing plans for social and civic Mrs. Lucrctia Hope, a NoW High-energy ESSO
Extra
events. native of South America furnished gasoline boosts power three ways!
Soon they will be dancingIn thc conversation: piece
Got goblins in ? New Esso Extra
your engine clean
semi-formal affair. to
They a will take backto raw home aluminium town. ore from her works three ways to banish those power'p power and mileage Q Octane Powerl New Esso Extra has th&

the days when KNIGHT.HOOD you Mrs. E.c. Thomas robbing deposits pings and knocks O Firing Powerl New Esso Extra neutralizes 'high octane many cars now need of1n
conducted harmful'cylinder' full smooth without knock ig
performance
WAS IN FLOWER a bruin teaser quiz I eanlng' Powerl I New Esso Extra gasoline to help protect spark plug, deposits,
They enjoy recreational about Christopher Colum- keep the vital parts of your engine -actually restores your lost engine agaInst misfiring If your car holds out for "tricks-or-treats
activities on Tuesdays and bus. Mrs. Lenoru Johnson power to many cars, treat it to a tankful of Esso Extra.Happy ,
Thursdays. .Mr.. Joseph made highest score among Motoring
Silas is their club advisor. the guest atte ncling.
The Jr. "Y"'I'eens are Wednesda.v morning Is HUMBLE

making plans that sound the JUN'Sda.v' ut the YWCA, OIL/ REFINING, ,
very Interesting toevcryone. Busy house wives who needa COMPANV..AMeRCASLEAr MG ENERGY COMPANY",0 MAKERS OF ESSO PRODUCTS C;;ssaE
They will play hostess to coffe break"--Come to the
their parents to show what YWCA and be rejuvenated ) HUMBLI OIL a HIFININO COMPANY, tees .



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October zz,19
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[:: Institute on Rearing .j! Deacons For Defense ;/'::I: ,' v



=Children, at Miami Beach Organize in North

i1' A national institute on The NCCJ is an inter-tattn The Deacons for Dvleneand Thomus who is a father
"Re :sing Children of Good group dedicated to the bring Justice, u vigilant :Negro : ol 1'1told in an interview
Will," spon soed by the Na ing together people of diverse group battling the Ku with a news reporter In Chicago
tional Conference of Chris- racial national and religious Klux Klan in (the South, arc how he and other Deacons

tians and Jews (NCCJ) opensat back grounds to work for the organi/ing u chapter ('hi- light against 1 the Klan. !P1W,7

Sea Gull Hotel in Miami common good. The National cago. ,
Beach Sunday and continues Conference is the founder and "\\'l' believe! there arc ""'e don't teach hatred,"
through national klansmen active in this city he said.
Friday Oct. 29. sponsor of Brother- riP
und'n..' confident "We do leach that "
Announcement of the six hood Week. they > ou ;'
have thousands of have to meet force with force.)
sympathizers
The
day workshop was made by Dr. institute is open to the "
here, said Ernest. The only thing the klan lespccls -
James M. Eagan of New York. public with registration for
Thomas, 32, the Ik-aeons' is force It Is also the
national vice president of the entire series of
the programs.
;
and understood the
vice-president lull-time only thing by '
NCCJ and director of the in including four luncheon andWednesday's
others
paid national organicr."While who battle N'egroessuch
stitute. Gerald Schwartz, as banquet set at \\e have (>7 chapters us the John Birch So-
sociate director of the Florida $15. Single day registrationsat quite acth/ In the South <.'il.tthe Minute. Men and
Region of the NCCJ coordinated $3.50 including luncheon, Chicago will be our I first i t the American Nazi Paitv.
arrangements with Dr. also are available at the NCCJ :Northern chapter," he said.
Eagan. office, 305 Calumet Building "\\'e expect to OP"I'utl'ith ",,'t' usually opl'1'Uledown

Delegates from throughoutthe Miami. freedom patrols up here and South briding armed' with
east and south including Emphasis for the five-day be alert lor police brutality pistols and good rifles inradol'qulppcd

Alabama, Mississippi, South institute will be placed on against :Negroes. And \\(,,'ll (,'urs.'t,', l'
Carolina, Louisiana Texas!i. small group workshops to be also campaign against shud- had a couple of gun buttll'sJ''cently j !. L .
Georgia North Carolina Tennessee headed by consultants from v deals that are often pulled with the klunbutno-
Maryland Kentucky, througgout the United States. oil'on us :Negroes) in the body was (,'I'louslhurt., We Folk star, Odetta who opens a two-week engage-
the District of Columbia and The consultants will include North. think we sent ()klansmen ment Wednesday, Oct. 27 at the Gaslight Cafe South in
New York are included in Coconut Grove. Appearance of the Victor recording art-
ear- federal, state and local gov- The extent of our stay in to the hospital.
ly registrations of religiousand ernment and education officials Chicago will depend on how "Deacons never shoot unless ist will be on'a "reservations only" basis. Backing up
lay leaders. ; officials of the NCCJ things Improve here for :Netiocs. : somebody else shoots Odetta will be house artists Jay Kellum, Mix Hood and '
The institute is cosponsored from its various offices! around ." /first," Thomas said Fred Neil. Odetta will do two shows nightly except on t

by the women"s divisionof the country and Florida clergymen -- __e. Tuesday at 8'30: and 10:30: with an extra show Fridayand
the Florida Region of the
and lay leaders who
Saturday nights at 12-30: ,
NCCJ. Co-chairmen of the have implemented youth.
event are Mrs. Charles E.Enterlme One of the highlights of the --

Mrs. Aaron Farr and conference will be discussions -
Mrs. Stanley Milledge. between national and -.Earl's LONGHORN
This year's national program state leaders of the National ....
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Congress of Parents and
grew out of a highly successful l
regional institute heldin Teachers and the National Q

Miami Beach in November Congress of Colored Parentsand B & B EMPLOYMENT
'
Teachers to provide a,

aims 1964Dr..and Eagan plans will of outline the work the working problems.relationship These meetingsare on common Where old and new blends meet 1336 & 38 NW 3rd Ave.

expected to aid the transition EARL EDWARDS, PROP. Established 15
shop at a reception and orientation years
period to the
prior mer-
7:30 p.m.program Sunday.to be Registra held at ger of the two national organizations PHONE 159-8422 4400 N.W. TTH AVE. FR 32106JOBS

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Acheivement Week will be offered! "I( ireu*s.jci'lik! 'w. ,A AGENCY IN THE SOUTH; OPERATING IN
Also /featured at unusjiil'yw]
HON. L. L. BROOKS
I Sigma Alpha Chapter () To culminate the Achievement prices ure odd desks, crew tIS.l
mega; PsIl'hl i Fraternity will Week Observance, a china chests treuk'tor.ts! ditw +sand DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES.,
observe its annual Achieve- banquet will be held on November rxjtio furniture. PRESIDENT
ment Week Celebration, November 14th at the Hampton Remember,you G\mi'lIi'till i tl.ia)
gorueous furniture cli -ij*>r for GEORGE P. HARTH. GENERAL MANAGER ,
7th 14th, it House. At this the
was announced time .
cosh or have al'! the credit yc
by the Achievement culmination of the Membership want Deliveries anywheie in tho
Week Chairman, Herbert Drive Citizen of the world. Oven today 8.30 tu tJlIS : MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
l Day. Year Award Omega Man of
the Year Award, and the Presentation 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
Sigma Alpha has made as ,, :'
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IntheMembership Drive NAACP will be made. OF SERVICE RESPONSIBLEBUILDING TO :V&; Bonded;also has employment service. at main office
for the National Associationfor The Achievement Week '
THE COMMUNITY 'J"f: *
"N.W"7th Avenue ,
the Advancement of Colored Committee Members are: 4150

People. Mrothers are Herbert Day, Chairman; Edward : When BUYING or BUILDING ,.
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crease the active participation Harris; Willie Lewis: Anthony [CALL STANLEYP Plus a Meet of cars giving door to door service for tenants convenienceOn

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one hundred years ago.
PHIL OSSOFERA Abdul Baha, expoundinghis
son '
recent article titled "Girl father's teachings in Phil- VETERANS! ,VETERANS!
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The
in 1912 stated, .
Dropouts-A national Trag- adelphia "
r ti edy" pointed up a serious education of women is of greater -
J:' ,- .' <': problem long ignored becauseof importance than the education -. $100 DOWN BUYS ANY FHA HOME WE
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E. SICISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher J education for girls is not im- the mothers of the race and HAVE HUNDREDS COME IN TO SEE US _

GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor portant. The fact that one- mothers rear the children The WE WILL SHOW YOU HOW
half of the one million drop- first teachers of children are
Member of the National Newspapers Publishers Association outs each year are girls cau- mothers. Therefore they must
"" SUBSCRIPTION RATES ses little concern. be capably trained in order to FHA SPECIAL OPA-LOCKA

ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3,00 FOREIGN $6.00 Why? Because traditionally educate both sons and daugh- N. W. 154th
it is a man's world despitethe ters It is firmly estab- 2440 StreetA
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post present-day trend away that untrained and
Office at Miami Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 from the concept of masculine uneducated lished daughter.an on becoming clean, 2-bedroom home. Furnished.

Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone OX 1.0421 superiority. Generally speaking a mother will be the $150 Down $47 a month.
has not caughtup
humanity
prime factor in the deprivation
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The with the spirit of this rad- ignorance, negligence and the
NEGRO PRESS bellev.ri that America con best lead iant century in which equality of child FOR THE PROFESSIONAL FAMILY
lack of training many
the world from racial and nat onal antagonism whon It accords is the watchword.The "
to every man regardless of race, creed or color his author of the above ren. vital 9231 N. W. 16th Avenue
.human and legal right Hating! no man, fearing no tian-the mentioned article, recognizingthis Recognition of the
2-bath
3-bedroom
Beautiful Florida
Megro Press strives to help evj'f man In the firm belief that modem spirit declaredthat importance of educating our room
.It men are hurt'as long at onyo Is held back. education for girls is very girls and alertness to the dan-
extrasl)
out of the presentrate Many
important, since as mothers gers growing
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKYe they are responsible for the of dropouts will save Am- $500 DOWN, FHA $88 MonthlyBIG
education of their fsmilies. lie erica from this national trag-
afternoon from further emphasizes this atti- edy which overshadows us to-
Editor returned on Wednesday a BIG BIG BIG
visit to the Caribbean where he attended the Seventh An- tude by quoting Mrs. Lyndon -

nual meeting of the Inter-American Travel Agents Convex, Johnson, who has said ""When day.SUPPORT 3121 N. W. 13th Avenue
teach a man you teach an
you
held in Barbados and Grenada. He will tell
tion
you
individual. But when teacha
you $200 Down $27 Per Week.
something about this visit in the next issue of the Miami -
teach
Times woman, you a family. YOUR
These enlightened observa-
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Vllah, Prophet-Founder of the YMCA
Ye Editor regrets to learn of the teen-agers' riot in Baha'i World Faith, spoken THROUGH US $100 DOWN SMALLWE
Washington., where 200 of the m were arrested for
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storming a white high school, hurling bottles and over- ARE OPEN EVERY DAY INCLUDING

turning chairs, while they screamed, !Freedom Songs, j
Freedom, Yes! All should have freedom." However that's BRAND NEW! BRAND NEW! SATURDAY & SUNDAY ALL DAY

hardly the way to obtain it.

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demonstrations, the KKK has taken on new life. They 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595
have enlarged their membership, increased cross-burnings,
and even beatings in many Southern cities. I
The House Committee on un-American Activities is PAYMENTS
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WORLD 'S FAIR CLOSES Florida room.

The Florida World's Fair pavilion closed up businessthis ALL IN THE LIBERTY CITY AREAN.

week, and reports are quite tavorable. Uick Pope, W. 17th Avenue 76th TerraceN. '

president of the Fair's Authority, said visitors to the pa- W. 24th Avenue 41st StreetN. thog.

vilion totaled 6,288,985-this year and Florida was "defi- W. 24th Avenue 42nd Street
nitely the No. 1 exhibit" aside from the giant industrial
shows. CALL US WILL PICK YOU UP AND SHOW YOU

rf Many who visited the pavilion will probably be visit- THESE WONDERFUL BUYS
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Dade County School Board has been able to pay its >I
3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635.4595
teachers' salary for the past 15 years, but now finds it I

must borrow to pay the teachers for -October. The board l TfLWflUTlLife's

was asked on Wednesday to authorize borrowing $1,000.- -, .------ -- r
000. When property tax money comes in there should be

enough to alleviate the situation. Payroll for September

amounted to 7.9 million dollars. Best Buys! e
Dr. Joe Hall, superintendent of schoolsannounced a

cut off for Cuban children because there was no money

to take care of any more of them. That idea will now be
changed, since federal funds have, been granted. OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY COME SEE

President Johnson, according to a report from Washington I
has made a request for 12.6 million dollars to aid 3040 N. W. 9th AVENUE

Cuban refugees coming to this country. The sum of $750- Like new( 4-bedroom, CBS, large fenced yard. ,
000 will bit used for education. No qualifying. $500 down. Move right in.
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Modern 3-bedroom, CBS income cottage in
Although not in the city and able, as usual, to fol- rear. Price only $12,000 $400 down; $77 lif(' /w/i and vlvar knit
low every play in the World's Series, Ye Editor was monthly, FHA.
pleased to get the results while watching a calypso
entertainment at the Colony Hotel in Barbados. 1741 N. W. 80th STREET SEAMlESS
Lovely CBS, carport, awnings, fenced yard. NYlONSFiJ'
Price only $10,000 $300 down $62 per
Opa-locka VFW Activities month, FHA.
quality tlivss sliccrs
He it known to all that need oCthl.crvkctolomeuay" 8436 N. W 14th AVENUE in :2 popular stxlos, Sim-
V K\\'. Post 5(>93 is now Chaplain Gibson canbecontacted Beautiful CBS, Florida room, lovely fenced-in
and has always been very at 16430 N.\\'. 20th) yard. Price $11,650 $350 down No clos- tone. rosc'tom1. tuiipctonr, 2 $1
"Community Ken'Ice" mind. Ave., or cull NA l-382iund ing costs. smokdonc1 or dim.unon.Heiulorml .
ed.! Scholarships to outstanding leave the rest to him. Trip to Inc"l.l, too-SU-ll! ,
Students, 1 Food Baskets the Blood Bank, Steak Dinner 8448 N. W 14th AVENUE
for the Needy Aid to students and YOU TOO are in the Large 3-bedroom, CBS on 2 lots fenced in. I
trying to finish school, letters Community Servicebusiness. I Price
only $12,350 $400 down $71 per
to our County Commissioners -
requesting Community Last Post Meeting Notes! : month, FHA. I Itfgulttr .lfI" pnirDEMITOE

Improvements are just a few Archie Foster present, as usual 1365 N. W. 86th STREET Etltt?'
of the many services we offer and requesting the"Times"
I Lovely CBS, large fenced yard, appliances.
our community. reporter to make
$750 down. No Move
qualifying.
right inl
known to all. that an invite
and There"Blood are Blood Hanks"Hanks". Well Is not necessary for the 1 8450 N. W. 21st AVENUE

Post 5693 has a Blood Hank "HALLOWKKN PARTY' Beautiful CBS on 2 corner lots. Fenced-in. ,.: MEGH'SHEERGFI
the Post
Is at the
sponsoring
also. District and Post Chap home of members Lucas' Outstanding buy at $12,700-$400 down-$73
on
lain Emory Gibson Is the
Oct 30, 1965.Kernel ; monthly.
chairman of this project. He
has received many pints of Dames 8495 N. W. 21st AVENUE

blood and he hus donated "II EHO PLACl requestinga U E" for Modern corner CBS, garage, fenced yard 3 pr1
many pints of blood to the Nathaniel Curry: who risked bargain at $10,000 $300 down and $57 per
needy. Now the Post Blood
his life to save a baby in the month, FHA.VETERANS .
Bank is too low forthechairmun's -
fire that
occurred in our area
comfort. Chaplain Jimmie Lucas, thel'ublic(" ANY FHA HOME $100 DOWN Pocket )liitf savings ixm, on
01P"I as we cull him Is offerIng -
lations (twice,ttatlnlLcttt.l's: tlirse) ultra-smart scamK'nylons. ,s
a Steak J Dinner; or the
will be
sent to the Metro Commissioners
equivalent to ANY donor Hosi'tonc1. stintono.
asking, "if the
that will donate a pint of Bundle Park Shopping Center Life Realty smoki'toni'; Sizes 0 to I 1''
blood to the \'.F.W. Post Broker
5693 Blood Bank. hasbeenCONDKMNKD; USE OUR FREE LAYAWAY
. rt what is holding up the tearIng -
down 932 *VAUA U IN MIAMI, MIAMI CORAl GAlUI,
Ask of these disgruce.ful NW 7th Ave. PL BIACN.
your friends, ask your and shameful 9-4371 FIMINI, HOMISTIAD. HOUTWOOO .ed! WISI HOLL,wOOO.
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Style ShowThe

Mr. and Mrs. Harence1' Jones are hosts to Mrs. Martin Lu 11' '
ladies of :Xew Pro'
King Sr. dun hg her visit in Miami this weekend. i i- 1-
Irate I'inn l, HeioincsuffJcricho '

Gloria M. Adams, 3000 NW 71st Street and a seniorat I arc making great pupaiations -
for their Auiiimn
Miami Northwestern Senior High was the only Miamianof Tea and'.M.vIo Slum 01 Sunda.v. I

1.929 finalists in the 1965-66 National Achievement (k t. ;frtrol1l4tohp t n) .
Scholarship Program for outstanding Negro students. at the ;Masonic Temple 1)41
:N.\V.: ;arc) A\e. A until, )

Clarence Seniors, former Miami Mortician was a plea- piognnn will be( icndciedby
sant visitor here this week. Mr. Seniors is now operatinga some of Miami's oulstand
ing artisK
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funeral home in Sarasota.
Fall fashions will In displayed a
Cassandra Elaine Johnson
School Hall will address the Dade and 'll1o l'll'd by Miami's
Supt. Joe County I a seventh grader in Browns
Young Democratic Ass'n Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. at'ville Junior High School, who : best diessed women. -- --- Kj
Roosevelt Savings and Loan in a public meeting. J JI is an avid reader and spelling known Mrs. Althalie business Range and ilvic well Eighty-one members of the Southeast Florida Home ,
I I champion has received a merit leaderlll be and Economics Association attended a tri-yearly meeting
Program Datelines: Oct. 24-United Nations Day 20th I award from the Dairy Councilof 1 will be introduced present by Mis. held at the Algiers Hotel Miami Beach. Among the I,
year; Juliette Low's birthday. Founder of the Girl Scout South Florida. Mamie jill Mis. Rangewill speakers was Robert G. Venn, president of Venn, Cole
mo vement in the United States of America. The daughter of Mr. and make her bid /for a seat on and Associates, Inc., public relations firm, shown here
I I Mrs. Phillip Johnson, 2369 the Miami City Commission. with Mrs. Joanne Jack, SEFHEA chairman center, exec-
Wedding Bells: Gay Ferguson and James Outler were ;:NW 55th Terr., was grade You know her but would utive director of the Dairy Council of South Florida,
level three
married in St. Agnes Church on SundayOct. 27. 1 times spelling in elementary champion school, want Donation to :sec$1.00.and hear her. and Mrs. Maude K. Reid, supervisor of vocational home

has accumulated 176 points ina economics education in the Dade County public school i
Get well wishes to Leola B. Cambridge at Jackson reading program at Miami system. 4K 4x I I
Memorial Hospital; Alfred George, Edith Poitier, Cedars :Public Library write poetry R inkeydinksDid LETTER CARRIERS:1\:

of, Lebanon, Be mice Fowler, Jackson. ,I It and is an excellent stu4 ;nt. SHINDIG SATURDAY
The Dairy Council\ has a Like to hue a good time
Sympathy to the George Adderley families in death of,I continuing program to honor It Again und do a good deed? Pine ,
Mrs. Pearl Adderley of Nassau. i I meritorious young people in Letter('arrlen of Miamiure \
II The first annual PostColumbus
I Dade County. Nominations can having their Annual Hall ut II
Sympathy to family of the Doris Harrells. 1 be sent to Agnes Edwards, b.the Day Musical Miami Tea Rlnke.v.dinks. wasgh'l'n Hay front Auditorium Satu r- f.
1001 NW 7th St., Miami.Congratulations \ dui, October 23rd. All year
Gilbert Porter will be the guest spaeker at the a.m. Inc. at the beautiful 'round the carriers serve
home of
service of St. Paul AME Church on Men's Day, Oct. 24 dink spacious Ann Packard Hinkey- their public und contribute to*
Llndsey various charities. :Now: they ('
Dinks held their annual Teaon on Sunday Xtober 17, +
The Rinky Scholarship ask us to help support their I
Sunday at Ann Lindsey's home on 67th St.; I 1963. The decorations were pets tuch us UO)' Scout '
red, white and blue. The

purpose
Troops, The Sinning Mailmen ;
Troop 503, Richmond Heights, enjoyed weekend ol this gala till air I Is to ilu-ir own Welfare Fund 1 II
camping at CampWesumaker. Mrs. Alma Crawford is their sew" bend our scholai shipl'utid.The I and many other activities. \
guest of honor and
leader. They are having continuous
star attraction Mis,
was
music and dancing Itprom-
Athalie Range who is a i'an'
Happy Birthday to Mrs. Annie Edwards who celebrated diddle in the fourth-coming Smiling Eddie Lee Pitt- iscs to be a bang-up eenlng.
her 93rd birthday on Monday, Oct. 18; Chris Ware- l'Il'<.lion. :Mrs. Range's message man, popular local businessman mailman.Tickets are S2.50.: Ask 'our
ham on the 16th; Jack Cooper, 17th; Mrs. Edwin Scavella w was most inspiiing, dv-, i in the new own
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A capacity crowd o I mo re 1772 NW 79th St. Phone PINK C NA"ON
Helen Humes and Susan Woods ide of New York are in I than :200 witnessed: Miami's (191-9431 He invite all
relatives and friends While here the ladiesare his old friends to come ST4TEWThr
Miami visiting \ greatest t talent. Th IOU gill lul I
and
house guests of an uncle, Thomas C. Johnson.Mt. ( the all all' lends greeted each .Kveryone: meet w&lcome new friends.Indf Pink Carnation Circle
: other and chatted while sipping invite you to attend a State
Sinai Baptist Church has moved from the central tea and eating goodies.The Rally Sunday, Oct. 24 at the
district to their new home at 698 NE 47th Terr. The con- to CarlaY. guests enjoyed themselves the mUtrcss of ceremonies recreation center of the Bonded -
gregation worshipped in the new church for the first time Long, daughter of Mr. and so much that they ate and nil participants. Rental Agency at 4150 NW
last Sunday. Mrs. Herbert C. Long, 5000 awaiting next >ear's gathering ; ivinkevdink: l Fin Haw'- 7th Ave. The hour 4 to"6 p.m.

......,,', NW 24th Ave., who was elect ki ns, President Ulnkeydink Come and support! your favorite
Added Birthday wishes are for Doretha Payne,4E1la ed by popular'vote"nV llth I'anlv to all in annulaiiie1 I I /dmi Black Reiordei state. Mr. C. C. Miller,
B. Wyche Reggie Slade Frankie Rolle. Josephine Mackey Grade Princess of Miami !und special' thInk/ to ', presick:nt.
Keith Dames. Ermatine Holton and Gregory Home. Jackson High School. Her sis' '
ter. Sandra was llth Grade
Princess last school term

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Cubans, Cubans, Cuban Cubans to the right and Cubans : f (
to the left. Cubans in the back of us, and in front of us.
VV6 are surrounded b> Cubans. And "et; there are lehv 0 I
foftcmenb coming..,, .3,000 a month. Whatare going to ,
dc(, about this unfortunate, situation? What will happen to
our community our children our, schools, our jobs and.: t
above all our people? II.:.>>,000 l'u bu ntl arc UIlO\\'l'<.1" tu rolde
in Dude ('oant.\ just think of ull the jobs that we will lust 4,
betweenJhlte; und Negro citizens of our community! Who
will buffer more than anyone else Not the Negro because ('I
he doesn't have a job that's worth hm ing In the first plate. f
He does nut make thai much salary on the one he has, but
it is the Caucasion: that will be thrown into the ranks of the '4 #
unemployed. .he has the best job and the biggest salary. 6 f4 F
Who is going to do this to him? Certainlx not the Negro J,
and only partially the Cuban, but fully responsible will be
the greedy employer. The business man who employes !
Negro and White Americans. ,
This business man will stop and think of the reasons he } t i
should not pay one man $ O.OO a week when he can get ,:
two or three Cuban to work fur the same money, doing 1 1 1 1 I
ihe same job. otcl1I.that. they work longer hours and do
harder work without complaints for that cheap price Then
when he takes that little !salary! ang go some place to spend
it, .sou can bet your bottom dollar it will not be with you. I
They will go to the nearest Cuban market or shop and 5
spend it with him to help build their economy. .not ours.
What can be done to prevent this? Well, I suggest that any
store who employes I less than 90 or 9.;)",,. Americans should 1
be bob cotted Any State Agency who employes Cubans "
should be investigated to acccrtuin that Americans who can I
do these jobs are hired firstToduthere are many, many II
Cubans holding City, County and Stale jobs, yet they' are I
not even l'elstcl'ed'oters. These are Jobs that the American t
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Citizens should! ha\e. Does the White :Man in power hate the \
Negro so much that (hex would rather hire foreigners amircfuHel'l'i'
? These people get Government relief l'oodandother
monies, while our own people have trouble getting'el- '
fare, food, unemployment compensation, aid to dependent
children, and other help that they are entitled to. 1 Docs this :
man in power think that b.\ holding thcblm'k man d awn he
is showing his superiority? He ust might bo showing> his
superiority, but in the meantime, the Cuban is laughing behind
his back saying that the While Amei icanoput his loot
on his own people and wc build u better Cuba, lake over his
Job.Stupido Amei icano.Noxv .
', just wheiedoes thlsleax eus. .White and Black
AnH.'rlcan''ell., I can tell you this, our problems that are
about to lace us cannot be Bolted! in the street. The white
American must hold out his hand and sax to to the Negro
, .and other minority groups ."I I dm:1 care what you
are, but t we us Americans are going to have to to stand ;
together. We are.go/ng to haxe to work togetherUincl 1 live
together in order to make It." Ifthoseol us who l' would
get in touch with thenlvrthantsthatweknow, and ask them
not hire these persons, it will be one of the main wax., to ;I
help sate our people from a dilemma they would never I l
dream is possible. And with such a mote\ Uncle Sugar 't 1
would have to come up with some answer'll UnclcSugai l
wants to do something for Fidel's People, then he will haveto 'l ,
do it. It is a matter of our own City and County and I
State looking our for their own people, II nit. The ones
who pax taxes to support ihem should have lirst pieler-
flee in any I CMtit.
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Just; because there are 130,000() Cubans in Dade and
more coming does (not mean that \\e will riot In the streets.
We haxe leadership among our while and Negro elti/.en.
ihat will do all they can to prevent such a thing. looting
will not solxe tam problem. You would surprised how
the Communist> Nations would take another liot. .it would :
be another \'ktorfor, them. It Is possible that Russia has*
given Castro the order to let the Cuban people tome to the ;
I'nlted States just to cause trouble bctxvicn the White and
Negro or the Americans and Cubans. .antl! don't fool
xourself.! some of those people who ale coming in from
Cuba are in ('ust o's corner and me here just to cansttumble. t
Hcielswhciewehaxctolx'on( guard, and stand ur' 4OGHNI't
with our while brothers. .build a solid wall of Amei'can- I
Ism, and keep the Communist, out of ,lIal1llllnd Ameiica.

I went tothe Athalie Hnge Kick-off rally lust week at
Ba.x'front Park Auditorium, and due to the heavy rain,
the turn out of Interested people was not us large as it
would have been, yet there was/ a great number of persons
there. There were as many of other nationalities there as
were Negroes showing their support. On the platform were
Father Gibson, Uev. Jiaham t & Rev. Johnson, who were \
introduced b.x Dr. (;l'orj.cImpson.:; Hex-. (;iraham, of course,
had to Inject a famous iraham; Story" the moral of which
was, "Our eyes are now open". Father Gibson gate his
opening address and then intuxluccd "his commissioner",
Mrs. Athalie Hun l'. Her speech began little weak, but
alter she warmed up, she proved to be a real dx. mimic-
speaker.1'hen she finished telling exeryone that she was
not a candidate lor tam particular group, she rcteixcd u
tremendous o\'u lion. She also rcceixed a tdepgiam from
our good friend, and Mayor, Robert 'King High' sending
his regrets: that he could not be with her" fur her Kick-XJ
Half due to the illness of one of his children. 'd II'''. Range
tlien introduced some of the platform guests: :Mrs. Edith
Mradley, wife of Constable Ha> Hradley who Is, herself a
candidate for City Commissioner running against Dave
Kennedy. ( Mis. Ill'Udll'hlll'd, that she was happy that
she was not opposing :Mrs. Hangs). ThenDaxe) l Kennedy T Y
wh.hl'dll's.: Uange I.tick In campaign, and staled that
he too, was happx not to oppose hec. \Ini. Kange Introduced -
her opponent In Ihl'rul'l'11': Ll'l'u'dl1cl', and
the ('II,' .Judges' that weie PI'l'!>l'nt.'hat did all this mean?
Well all I can say H: thai Alhalic Range has a lot of
friends, and exer.x rote we can muster will help put her
I into office, where'she belongs. She will represent all of the
l cople of the City of :\1Ia 111 I. 'I'he scat is empty......su set '
the Kdiigenl' >'onr goal on If.mge. l

OUICK NOTE: DKI'AUTMKNT) : : ; : W A1: K: 's China '
talus is picking up weight. I He h gelling ruby Kit". (
In fact, anyone would get 'I'ob,x I Fat" al thus prll'cloal1d
good I'oc1(1..I: rge Lewis and his prell.x wife want
you In knovx thai they still lima the best Bill' \II\ (1111 J ( : !
. If VOlt don't hcliexe tl1l.'l11l1l1d' me. try them at Kin
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I I I L.:Y( )l"- BY DAVE BONDU_- feCubans. I


., Cubans, Cubans, Cubans to the right and Cuban I
to the left. Cubans In the back of us, and in hunt of us. 1 ,
We are surrounded b.s Cubans. And ,set: there urc rein 4t I
fo /cements coming. .3,000 a month. What are we going to
d(| about this unfoi lunate,situution? What will happen to ,

our communil.x our children; our, schools, our jobs ami I
above all our people? II :>tl)000'ubunsarcallottcd> ) to reside'
in ,Dude ('ou nth just l think ofull the jobs that we will lure 4,
between \\iilte and Negro citizens of our communitx Who
will suffer more than anyone else? Mot the Negro because "
he doesn't have a job that's worth hug InK in the list place. ,
Ho does not make that much salary on the one he has!, but
it is the Caucasian that will be thiownlnto the ranks of the "4 i
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unel11plo ycl..he has the best job and the biggest salary. i
Who is going to do this to him? l'l'I'lalnlnot. the :Negro
and only partially the Cuban, but fully responsible will be t, 'f ft
the greed.x employer. The business man who employes
Negro and White Amei'leans. + s? :
This business mun will stop and think of the reasons he ,
should not pay one man SUO.OO a week when he can get ,: I II
t two or three Cubans to work lor the same money, doingthe { S t \
same job. ;\1ohml\, that, they work longer hours and do 11k,
harder \\ithoutcomplaintsforthatcheappriee.. Then
when he takes that little salary ang go some place to spendit
you can bet your bottom dollar it will not be with you.
hey will go to the nearest Cuban market or shop and \
spend it with him to help build their economy. not ours. i
What can be done to prevent this? Well, I suggest that any
store who employes less!! than 90( or U;)"" Americans shouldbe S
bu\, 'Ottl-d Any State Agency who employes Cubans
should be Imestigaled to acceituin that Americans who can II I
do these jobs are hired firslTodathcre arc many, many I
Cubans holding City, County and State jobs, yet the\ are
not even registered v'otei s. These are jobs!! that the Amei icon ,. --, \
Citizens should have. Does thc\\'hlteMunlnpO\H'I' hate the
Negro so much that they would lather hire foreigners and
refugees? These people get Cot'nmcntuliel, loodandothei
monIes, while our own people have tumble gettingel- COMING SAT. OCT 30
fare, food, unemployment compensation, aid to dependent ,
children and other that entitled Docs this ,
help they ate to.
CLYDE KILLENS' HURRICANE BOYS PRESENT
man in power think thai holding theblaek man cl nvn he
is showing his superiority! He List might be showing his! SIXTH ANNUALMASQUERADE
superiority, but in the meantime, the Cuban is laughing her
hind his back saying that the White Anll'rkanopllt his loot Lane BALL & SHOW
on his own people, and wc build ul'ttCl' ( 'u bu, take over his Joyce
jobs. Stupid Ameiieano.
Now, just where does thisleav eus ,White and Black FIESTA ROOM R
Amcrkun"'cll, I can tell you this, our problems that ate r
about to face us cannot be solved in the sll'l'l'l1)C/ white MARY ELIZABETH HOTEL
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American must hold out his hand and sax to to the Negro ;" .
."I 1 ,' what
and other minoiity groups dot 1 care you \
tier'.. but we us t\mUI'ICallx' aie going to have to to stand! S ..ADMISSION. ADV. $1.75 DOOR $2.00 TABLES $1.50Carolyn 4 _w IIE'
together.1'e are',going to haxe to work together'.anij 1 live Brown Bom'1e'' 'M ,-k > <
together in order to make i II I." Ifthoseo! us who can would .. ,.... .-..
get in touch with themerehantsthutwuknow! and ask them ""11II
not hire these persons, it will be one ol the mam, ways to \
help save our people from a dilemma they would nexei ". (II I ._. _-. ""-" I t 4
dream is possible. And with such' a niovet uncle Sugar I; u .I.. ., D.
would have to come up with some answerf'll UneleSugai/ I I ".r"
wants to do something lor Fidel's People/ then he will have I\ 7 1 ; .'
to do it. It is a matter ol our own City and County and ( 1 .
State looking our for their own people, lirst.! 'I'he ones Miss Fiesta
Princess Carlotta Rena McCall Dee Dee Walker Phyllis Carroll
who pav taxes to support them should have Hist prefer.once -

in any respect, _
Just because there are 130,000 Cubans In Dade and
more coming does nut mean that we will riot In the stieets.We !!.
We Drink
haxe leadership among our white and Negro citizens: :
that will do all they can to prevent such a thing. Rioting
will not solve am problem. You would surprised how Plenty Milk-6 MR JAMES CLUB
the Communist t Nations would take another dot. .it wouldbe :
another \'ktmfor. them. It is possible that Russia has Million QuartsPeople '. Y" '
; N.W. *TH STREET & 2ND AVENUE "
CORNER
older let the Cuban to the
given! Castro the to people come '. ,, 51' V ;.,;
I'nited! States just to cause trouble between the White and in Southeast Florida I PIESENTSFRI. -"
Negro or the Americans and( Cubans.! .unt! don't fool drank over 6.000,000 more I
'uurself..sumc of those people xvho aieioming in from quarts of fluid milk during the
Cuba aie in Castio's coiner and me here just to cause; first six months of the year j SAT. SUN.
tumble. Heieiswheievvehavetobeon goal rd, and stand up than they did during the same
with our white biotlms. .build a solid wall of ,\IIIl'rcall1 period last year.
1 ism, and keep the ommuiust out of Miami, I and Ameiiea. And for the first six months

1 went tothe Athalie Huge Kkk-off rally last week at of this year per capita con
Ha\front Park Auditorium, and due to the heavy rain. sumption of milk in South Flor. J
the turn out of Interested people was not as large as it ida was up 3 per cent, revers- 3srY1
would haxe been, yet there was a great number of persons ing a 14 year decline.
there. There were as!!! many of other nationalities there as This means an increase in
were1 Negroes showing their support. On the platform were income to farmers (producers)
i rather Gibson; I'ev. (;ruha m, & Hex. Johnson, who weieIntioducvdbx in this market of $1,252,000
Dr. George; Simpson. Hex', Craham, of course, over the same period of last
had to Inject a iruham Stoi> "themoral of which' year. The dajly average in- '
was, "Our eyes are now' open". Father Gibson: gave his come per producer was $1,008 '
opening address and then intioducvd "his commissioner an income of 9 per cent over
Mis.!! Athalie Mange.{ Her speech began a little weak, but 1964's $922. There has beenno
alter she waimed up, she pioxed to be a leal d.v tunic increase in the price of
I'Iprukl'l'1)l'n she finished telling eveiyone that she was milk. .
not a candidate I bur ain paiticulai gioup, she received' a Figures were announced by % '
lIeil L'ndmittx O\'11tion.\ She also lecvixetl a telepgiam fiom C. Bud Dailye Research Director
our good 11 lend, and Mayor, !(robot 1 King high' sending of Venn..Cole and Associates '
his regrets that he could not be with her for her KickOilKails Inc.,.the public relations :
due to the Illness/ of one of his ihlldien. Mis !Itangellic'ii firm which has handleda : 1 :
inliodueed some of the pJatJol'm guestslrx.: Ixlitli: massive public relations, ad-
Bradley, wife ol Constable: Has, Hiadley who Is, herself a vertising, promotion and pub-
candidate fur (Cits (ommlssionei tunning{ against I Dare licity program for Southeast
Kennedx. ( Mis. Biadlex, stated that she was happy that Florida Dairy Institute in this
she was nut opposing Mrs. Ifange). Then Daxe) "Kennedy
wished Mis. Range Link in campaign, and stilled that area.The American Dairy Assoc I
he, too, was happv not to oppose liec. Mis. Range introduced iation reports that in nine
her opponent in the ral'l', Mr, Ll'I'O'dnl'r and states sates of milk for the Miok.
the ('11\, Judges that weie present.Vhat did all this mean? first seven months ot this D
Well, all I can say Is that Athalie Range ha* a lot of year were 1.1 per cent greater ;
frll'nclund exei.x x ote we (tilt muster will help put her than for the same period in
i into olllev, wheieVhe belongs She will upiesent all of Un 1964. In contrast in Southeast O1.'EBL'
people ol the ('It\, ol Miami The real is cnply..so set Florida fluid milk sales for QAKcutGr SA ..hl /
the Range of.s'our goal on //an: l"Ill'I the first seven months of this loyal .ikt'.
GIsr
( / :N'OriO: DKPAIirMKNI': /: ;: : \\' rSI I t K: '" China year were up 5.14 per cent CONTINUOUS' "
[ ,lies Is picking' up weight I lie Is gelling "Toby Kal', over the same months of 'fast ',, l Ett1/ 11EMT
In fuel un>'one would gel: '1'1111Fur', at those pikes' and year. ERtAtt .

good food..Gcorge; Lewis and his ptellv t wife want ,, f' ,i-d 41'A a otm Hilt ThunJ.y'- LodieBott ..'"".
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vou to know that they still have the best Itar It (J 111lIall1l J1 M'GHOJHI'1! __.,1 .rboll, Your Host & M.C. v fTHE
If you don't belies c then and 1 me, try them/ at Hlh,
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always a pleasure to and to'h'ov'.0 many nice friends dropIn.
11r 9, I'm glad to know that 10 many of you had your Br.ad on the
Dodgers. That man Sandy, Is the greatest. That last ball he
A'-S".-;. ) pitched was a killer. We had a thing going on here at the
"Note" during the game and afterwards.Had .
a swinging party In the Blue Room Wednesday night
honoring Ramon Almodovar.. Is head 'man ,of the Band at
the Nassau Beach Hotel, and a regular guy. He was here to
talk business with the Fontainbleu. Wish you could make 'I,
.." Ramon. Then we would see more of you. Joyce (The Queen)
'::." : .' Iva, Joe, Foots, Myself and a few other friends really: enjoyed
,'1' ,'.. our evening with Ramon.
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,, fr Iva took over the Blue Room Saturday night. She and her
friends had an evening at the Dog Track. She made a hit to
ame back here to celebrate with Scuppernong and barbecue
Ibs.

Rusty Is still hot on the Pool Table and the Bowling
W... Nw, r machine. Not too many of the fellows can beat her. Rusty, Iva
...." + and Mary will work nights next week, Betty on days Foots
Bill Culler and myself here at night. Come on in and say 'heU
o' to all of us-meet all of your friends and enjoy our cold
... uds and good good good barbecue.A .

special hello to Katherine Gillens (a new friend), LOll

Shown discussing the NAACP membership drive at the recent NAACP Benefit Carter, for bringing her, Mac and Vera, Lela Mae, T. J., C. W.,
..Mottle, Rayfield, Bubber. Clarence and all our other friends.
,
I Fashion Show at the Island Club was this group. Pictured left to right are Dr. and Herb Green, Joe Palmer and Henry were tied for top
Mrs. John 0. Brown, Richard Harris (representing Omega Psi Phi Fraternity), Mrs. FINCH BIRTHDAY score on the bowling machine this week. They are looking for
Etta Wilkerson, local NAACP board member and Dr. Edwin Shirley-House of Photography competition.
Frank Finch celebrated his
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birthday Sorry to have to sign off for now. Look for me next weekIn
photo.NAACP{ Saturdaynight. Everyone the Times. "II be looking fo fyou this week in the "Note.
had a joyful time. His
= Announces Speakers lovely wife (Etha) prepared a Eleanor.
I !! wonderful dinner which was
eaten by candlelight. Guests
For State ConventionThe wefe Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
...... Finch Mr. and Mrs. Charles BEST BUYS IN TOWN!
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twenty-sixth annual in the NAACP's efforts to problem clinics for the persons Dixon Mrsl Eula Denison.
convention of the Florida State seek greater opportunities thru with questions and who may Murdell Whitehead Genievine RENT BUY OH SELLS100
Conference of NAACP Bran- enforcement of Title VII of the need aid in the many areas Wilson, Johnnie Fush, Kennie **&&-
ches will feature speakersfrom Civil Rights Law. covered by Civil Rights. The Tucker Donald, nephew of DOWHiOR: $400, DOWN
the Federal Governmentas 'The convention will openat convention will aslo take the Mrs. Samuel Finch. Out-of-
well as the keynote address New Bethel Baptist Church question of Teacher Integra- town guest Jimmie Braize! $80 Month Pays'All I
on Thursday night by 911 9th St., West Palm Beachon tion and Stepped-up school de- Samuel Finch will celebrate and : :.bedroom
Rev. Isadore Edwards, presi- Thursday at 9:30: a.m. The segregation. his birthday Monday, Oct. 18. Painted in out ,

dent of Fort Myers NAACP principal address for the Religious '2 bath, CBS-structure.. .*..
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branch and member of the
a Leader's Conferencewill '
Florida Civil Rights Advisory be given by the Rev. S. TO SEE CALL 'TRIO"." REALTY. <:.,, :
Commission to the U. S. Civil A. Cousin, pastor of Greater PL 9-8312 OR PL 90132Jack's ,;"' ,f'.:.... j?:;"..
Rights Commission. Bethel AME Church._ Miami, AUTO INSURANCECheck 'W
IlIA The state office announcedthis An added feature will be
week that the Saturday on/ new, lower rate and easy financing
night Freedom Awards Dinnerto
be held' at the IMMEDIATE SRt22 FILING ., .. \"
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Bring thu ad to our office and receive a free gift > / ""> '" jo '>il
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will be addressedby 1 '.>
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Regional of Economic Director Opportunity for the Office of "Insurance, Real Estate, Mortgage"BtumeM J : SEE:"MR.;, JAOC"ton' ...,
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:ziON HOPE MB. CHURCH
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St. Luke Observes -
1475 NW '56 h Street Rev Paul Freeman, pastor --:

Rev. Oscar West pastor Elizabeth Jackson, reporter

i Woman's Day Mary T. Hopkins{ reporter I
The service was wonderful

__uu__ ____,.. i.'i'_... Men's Day will he observed all day Sunday. Rev. Freeman, I
V"' : : Oct. 24. We are looking tarjust as always, preached outward

't; to very inspiring sermons! of his soul Sunday''morning -n

BAHA'I ASSEMBLYThe morning and evening. and Rev. Baldwin preached on I

Baha'is t: Our morning speaker will Sunday night. r
ot Greater Miami -
; : he Rev. Ross. an associate
will salute the United \ Our pastor is celebrating
,r.J minister of Shiloh Baptist
Nations at a meeting, to beheld naive starting
.. : ,'. ? Church. The evening speaker his sixths iary
Sunday. Oct. 24, 2 30 ,. :;>' i!' ,:, r will be Rev. Crumes. The pub- Wednesday night and ending
r. ,!( '
J't\ J ,
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in the ,.
p.m. Orchid Room of '" : J J'p evening. Rev. Jenkinsat
j Sunday
,41>> 1 ,: ",," J'' lie is invited to spend the day
the Alcazar Hotel. In obser : ... ; Bethlehem. will be preaching from Friday
vance of International Cooper night of this week. Rev. Smith h
:: The men have planned a It.
ation Year Mrs. Jane Mo .= i dynamic program with several will end the anniversary Sunday
Counts member of tits National
,T male choruses rendering music. evening at 3 o'clock.
Teaching Committee of the You will miss a treat if you

Baha'is of the United States miss hearing either of these The pastor extends a very

will speak on "Cooperation for MRS. HLOISK BOYKIN inspiring speakers. warm welcome to all our visit

Peace and Progress." __ ._u____ _______._-_ _. .__" Our pastor and Mrs. West ing friends. Don't fcrget to
Displays of various nations MRS. CLKMKNTINE.RAHMING men in Our Changing Society. shutins.
were blessed with a baby girl. pray for the sick and

will be on exhibit. The publicis The Woman Iav committee The morning speaker wil I

cordially invited to attend of St. Luke invites you to be Mrs. Eloise Boykin of For t Nr

refresh cnts will be served. attend its annula Woman Day Lauderdale.I The evenin

Admission free. and parking arcs! which will be Oct. 24. The speaker will be Mrs Clemen { Wo.a.'s Day

committee has worked very tine Rahming of RichmomHeights. -
hard to make this an outstanding Mrs. Annie B. Sullivan < 'rr'-t k
[ :' S 'Ik Mt. Tabor
observance and invites chairman. Mrs. Inez Fry
SALTER'S CAHPELRev. i.1_" ,,,,,,*, _..-.
each and everyone to attend. son Mr*. Annie Covinglon.. MRS. CHF.RRYE M. BOYER

H. J. Bensonpastor The theme of the day will be and Mrs. Geneva Darling, co- The women of Mt. Tabor

Flossie Marshall reporter The Role of Christian WoWJAPi3OCOflut- chairmen.Di. will observe their Woman's WOMAN'S DAY AT BETHEL

Sunday morning the Rev. --- 9 Day Sunday Oct. 24 beginning -
9Y9 R Greater Be thel AME Church
Mr. Kimmery, an Srabian Mis with Sunday School at requests the honor of your
sionary was our guest speakerfor 9 30 a.m.
presence as their guests to
the morningk lie brought t tc. 3 Mrs. Athalie Range will be hear Mrs. Martin Luther Kin g,

us his most urgent need to : Grove the morning speaker.The Sr, of Atlanta, Ga. Sunday,
help the children of his country ti- r youth will sponsor a Oct. 24 at 11 a.m. Mrs. King is
that they w sit become the mother of Dr. Martin Lu-
ar Musical Tea at 3 p.m.
The of Si. Paul A.
Christains.\ Along with him men ther King Jr
:M I M Church, located at.'J: (>-
was his charming wife.RHUNETTR The evening service will 1 I The annual' Woman's Day
80 Thomas Avcnue-( 01011111iiovc.
consist of a Musical Gospeland observance has the theme
( Florida arc' holdingits
Song Program. Participation "What is a Woman?"
Men's
; Day I'togrtunSoiday -
will come from various Mrs. Cherrye M. Boyer is
October 24. I I9t3.* <)
We hav'e a.our t morning i churches of the city as wellas chairman, Mrs. Grace Smith is

speaker 1 Dr. Oilbcrt: I.. I'oi Mt. Tabor's women. co-chairman and Mrs. Ella

1l'1')1'\) I'oi'lei' isanoutstand- The goal is $6,000 and the Jones, vice chairman.
theme Is""Women's Responsibilities
N.- log person who is new to ourcommunity

bin his I 1111 Ul'lU'l' y -_.,. ".- in a Changing Socie SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH
has long been leltter.! well1as MRS ATHALIH RANGE ty.
.. .. .
in the e ntire Mate ol Hoi I Ida 1111 Pinkston Drive

and the I.I'nlled States, FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTRev FIST BAPTIST CHURCHev. Richmond HeightsThe

Dr.) Toiler is an outstanding first annual Woman's

f educator! who lor ele\en J K Jenkins pastor W. M. Davis, pastor Day will be held on Sunday

\'l'III'S., served! us the Kxecu-; Ruby Lee Carr. reporter Mrs.. Durnella Turner, reporter Oct24. 'Theme for the Day

the 4 Seu'l'Ia1'01'/ the Florida >., '"Responsibilities of Christ.
Stale Teaclieis: ) ASMKla- Sunday the women will oh We would like to remind our tian Women in Today's World."
lion representing 1 11.111111l") : serve their second annual Woman visitors and friends not to for
Our speakers are Mrs. LeenettM.
Ki'o teachers in Florida; and 1 s Day with two dynamic get our activities and pro .
Pennington for the
for two years he served as U speakers Sis. Beatrice Wal grams. We extend to you a morningand
Mrs. Marie
Director of the National Ivdmation dron of West Palm Beach. Fla. warm welcome to worship withus White for the
evening services.
( Association, rcpiescntln Sis Margie Perkins of Greater each Sunday.
# teachers in ,\n irk-a. New Bethel Opa'locka for the The entire program is centered -

In his new' position as evening speaker. You must around the role that

Assistant Deputy Superintendent \ ) '. tidluil Porter hear both of these speakers.We GREATER NEW MACEDONIA Christian women of today must

WILLIAMSAll of Instruction, of cd In lour < -4I, K'cat' Male are sure you will be pleased undertake in helping to make

our friends are welcome the Dade) County Hoard of Choruses, upicM'ntiiiK the with the complete services. 3165 NW 56th Street the world of tomorrow the true

to come and worship Public Schools, along \\ Ith following great cluiubes: M. Sunday School will also be in Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor God-fearing world that our

with us and help us make this hit ninny other ciie responsibilities :Mar.v's Haptist l ('htll'( It: :Macedonia charge of the women. Sis Willie J. Beard, reporterWe children will inherit. A world

day a most outstanding one. 1 1 Indeed make us P.uplNl ('hlln II: Ladene Jenkins will bring the filled iwht love joy under-

Our chairman Mrs. Ada Wil humble hchhgahlCtohate I Sweetlleld HaplM Chinch highlights of the lesson. All wish to thank our members standing, and responsible

Hams and her chairman, him as 1Illl'I'Pl'ukl'l''c.'hupc and! Fril'mlhiplll'i'olullill': ladies will be teaching the visitors and friends who Christian citizens. You are

haae worked very hard to bring that"v on will be with us not llaplist (lust!' 'h. classes. The chairman Siste accompanied us to Pahokeeon invited to our Women's Day p/
only to bear this great mUll \\'c coidiall.v Ina I 'iie all ol last
you a program you will enjoy. Rosa Lee Sharpe and Cochairman Sunday to render ser program- S,\
The but t to meet his as well. our (" lendstocome vices for Rev. W. M.
speaker will be none other Sister Gussie Bouyerand '. In
Theittle ('honl!> ol St. und spend be day, Sundav congregation of New
than Mrs. Runette Williamsof Wright have worked hardto Hope TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH
!I'aul A tI I K, Church of :Miami (>k'tobcr24> 1J! >:>, very Baptist Church. ,
Pompano. A principal in the bring biThe
you a good woman'sservice
will furnish the music
:Mr. )
Sll1gll'llll' .
Omega
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Sanders Park Usher Board No. 2 beganits ,
Elementary and women are inviting
they are lookingvery se
for u.s for the morning service. Mi. OmeiuiCliaiiman)' SIt glctaiy'- ..
School in Droward. hard for complete suc third anniversary last night their friends to attend their ph

Sister Emily Benson and with a musical Guest Ray service at II
The program. a.m.
The ev eniniproiam{ will :Mr. Kmanciel |It{ l-'ryar. cess. Chairman and cochairman
Bro Coleman In the passingof also be a (tl'cul.'t have I'ublklty Chairman and all the women Friday Rev. 'C. H. Smith After the message' Bro. Charles WC

your brothers Sister Ruby planned' a musical program l'e\: Tcmpciancc M: are inviting all of you to come and congregation of Jordan McCloud will present a short
Payne, the passing of your with the music hl'inglul'IIl!>h. \\'l'lgh I. I'astoi. visit us next Sunday. Grove M. B. Church will be in but interesting religious play. U
sjster. You all have our deepest charge of services. On Sun- The public is invited.
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heart felt sympathy. day Rev.W. E. Sims The Silent Workers will

ALLEN CHAPEL AME and congregation of New their n I
Mount Zion Observes Hope sponsor annual programat ,
MEN'S DAY ATNE'A The women of Allen Chapel will close out the anniversary. 3:30 p.m. This promises to "

will observe Woman Day You are invited to the Holy be an inspiring affair and the m'

BETHEL Sunday beginning with Sunday Woman's Day Ghost Headquarters anytime.MTHANNIVeRSARY cooperation of all is solicited. spHa

The annual Mcn's Day observance School with guest superintendent The main purpose of this Ih

will be presiding assisted by group is to encourage others
held
Sunday Pompano will be the speaker.At qe
visiting teachers. in
Oct. 24 at New Bethel Baptist Opa-locka Florida a tangible way. chI
Church 1547 NW 68th Terr.. Miss Deloris Haggins will Rev. Milton Fay son, pas.sor 3 p.m. Rev. 'Gay and Woman's Day is just three

Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor. be the morning speaker.Mrs. Mrs. Fivelena Glenn, reporterOn congregation from Mt. Hermon The! Social Savings Club is weeks away. Chairman M. pre
AME Church will be in chargeof celebrating its 30th anniversary Saunders and
The Rev. C. J. Bumey Robertha McKnight is Co"chairman A.
pas. Sunday, Oct 24 Mt.
tor of Friendship Baptist will the evening speaker. Choir No. Zion will observe its annualWoman.s the services.At Sunday Oct. 24 by attending I McDonald are asking all the p:
Mrs. Billie Mae thl
be the guest speaker at the one of Bethel AME Church, Day beginning with 7 p.m. morning service at 'captains to round up every

11 a.m. service and a full Hialeah will serve. Sunday School at 9'30 a.m. Ceasor tor of Ceasor's, the owner University and opera-wnil St. Agnes Bpi scopal Church I body for the home-run so that 'y''

program is scheduled fof the The officers are as follows w th Mrs. Jeanette Jackson as be the speaker. as guest of Mrs. Bloneva Mon. i no one is left behind. The r.

day. The men have gone all Mrs. Virginia Ancrum, chairman superintendent. Plan to attend all roe and Delia B. Carey. This i motto for the drive is, "if you Rt'
now ser
out to make this occasion : Mrs. Ruth Nelson, co During the II a.m. service club: was organized by the late vices at Mt. Zion Sunday. All
successful and they extend a chairman. Captains are Mesdames there will be a visiting choir Mrs. Bertha Robinson. Mrs. Temple will be host to the E"I
cocdial: invitation to the pub Maggie Richardson and ushers along with Mrs. captains and boards are ex- Lillian Nairn is president and I Ministers and Deacons' Union R

lic to worship. with them. Della Safford Rose Johnson, Ann Smith who will sing a solo. pected to make a 100% report Anne Delavoe, reporter.ANNOUNCEMENT. -- Sunday night. Mrs. Dorothy
Irene Daniels and Fannie Gad- Mrs. Blanche Thursday night Oct.
MT. HERMON PRESENTS. Ely principal of Cross chairman and Mrs. Ger-
dy. Blanche Ely High Sch ol in trude Thomas cochairman.MT. 28 through Sunday. I,
FASHION SHOW Thursday night the missionary
11)1'a
of the North Miami District I'SHILOAH
BAPTIST !< I
Choir No. Two of Mt Her- will present the 12 Tribesof CALVARY BAPTIST The monthly union of theUshers' MEN'S DAY AT 'hulloo\
Rev. A. M. Griffin
mon AME Church, Opa-locka, Israel at 8 p.m. at MetropolItan pastor Federation will beheld
Rev. A. Atchison !
Sis C. M. pastor
Rev 'S. L. Gay pasvor will AME Church Rev. J. J. Myles reported Constance Carter, reporter Sunday, Oct. 29 at 3 p.m. NEW MT. MORI AH Lhare,1

present a Fashion Dhow on Williams, pastor. Rev. Curry Sunday at 3 p.m. the Dea It will be held at Kelly's

Wednesday. Oct. 27 at 8 p.m. will be presented to narrate cons and Deaconesses will observe The Pastor's anniversary Chapel AME Church, 7165 NW The members' of New Mt. (

Come and sep the work of our the program. their fourth anniversary which began on Thursday night .15th Court. The Mass meeting 'Moriah cordially invite you to Ur

own local top fashion design Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor of with Rev. Macon and his con will be held Thursday Oct. come out and participate in p,

era presenting their originalsfor First Baptist Church: Browns- gregation will conclude on 21 ta 8 p.m. Please be present annual Men's Day on Sunday, re
1966. Also additional TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO ville will be the The and on time. A !4. We are honored
professional speaker. Oct. 24 ut 3 P:rn': Rev. W. F.i i' very unique to have isr, ,
talents. You can't CHURCH SUNDAY Male Chorus of said Chinch Tanner and his congregation and elaborate program has as our guest speaker Rev. forD

afford to miss' this entertain- will serve. Bible Class every will he our guests. You are i been planned. for your enjoy- Roscoe Jackson and' the Rev ?a

ment. You'll. like it. Thursday, at',8 p.m. welcome. ment. A Bradley. ,,' outo

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rte, .' Is nutdcdicutiiiKU new
building or anything ol the
f Lb tt Oft It is rather gig Ing its
1 R i + w 1 4xv t members un opportunity to
dedicate their lives to Chris 4
tian service. A challenging:

spiritual program has been _
planned for' the hours, lour
to six in the Building Audi
torium. This portion ol' time
will emphasize YM CA World

Service us a part of the program Tk
of Christian Emphasis I
In the organlzatioa -

Mr. Russ Rh.\mer, former r T
General Secretary of the
YMCA ol Greater; Miami
and recently retired as a fra
ternal Secretary to the
YMCA In Jordan and Israel
will be present us the speak
er. He will be Introduced,
rather presented by Mr.
John Barber, Executive Secretary
will be made when Bishop-elect Harold R. Perry, of the South West
V I 0. D.O., is consecrated bishop of the New Orleans Ro Branch, Miami who served

an Catholic archdiocese. A native of Lake Charles, La. as u fraternal Secretary with '
ishop Perry will become the first U.SA>arn Negro to be the YMCA World Service r r
sed to Catholic hierarchy. (NPI photo.) Committee prior to his service : ?

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be shown. There is no rwi
charge for this program and
the public is invited. ( .

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WEEKEND CAMP
PLANNEDThe
final weekend Camp
for the year is scheduled for
the Beautiful 'amp Xvaissa -
Bauer on December; 4, and
o. Chartered buses will leave MT. SINAI MOVES INTO $100,000 BUILDINGOn

the Carver building at;>p.m. last Sunday at three o'clock members of Mount Sinai Baptist Church held
on Friday and return at 2
p.m. on Sunday. The camp dedicational services in their new church building at NW 7th Ave. and 47th Terrace.
jjjjat. will accommodate onh 100 The $100,000 property was purchased from Miami Primitive Baptist Church after Mt.
buy s and girls which restrictsthe Sinai lost its downtown church and parsonage to the North-South Expressway.

age to those: under !l.i Rev. P. W. Williams of St. Luke Baptist Church delivered the dedicatorial ser-
years of age. Older boys and mon to the overflow crowd that filled the 500-seat auditorium. Mt. Sinai's pastor
girls will be used as counsel: Rev. S, AThomas is pictured above-Johnson of Miami photo.

lors if they qualify.

Registrations are now being '
received. Blanks will be .N.
WHAT ISLONGHORN
mailed to all former campers
TAKE YOUR .
FAMILY
TO
Ir kPANAMA still eligible to attend
curly in November. Abso- CHURCH SUNDAY ?
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lutely no registrations will

1 be accepted: after December1st. ..
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fixof :87.00.:; During the last
G week the lee will be :750.:; I ?
A NEW CAR ?
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k Insurance, two nights j j
lodging and six balanced I
meals. \

CAR WASH SATURDAY 1 III r' ,
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The Moses L. Perry Lile
ii Builders Club No. :3 under 1 \
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S NEWEST BISHOP, the Most Rev. Carlos A. Lewis will wash cars at the YMCA 1 : *

S.VD. D.D., in bishop attire after his consecration on Saturday October 23rd: A
poses
from 9:00: ) ,\.i\J. until 1:00: )
m Rome. A native Panamanian and alumnus of St. Augustine
P.M.l These: boy s are using
Seminary. Bay St. Louis. Miss. he was appointed auxiliary this of earning their
means
bishop of Panama by Pope Paul VI on Oct: 2nd became the fees /lor Weekend ('lIlllp.A SAVE
second black Roman Catholic bishop in the Western Hemisphere
gu a ra n teed d eI I lu x e carwash ,
(NPI photo.) for Si.00() will help a
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boy attend this weekend out. J
V'aM UN'S DAY AT ST. NICHOLAS W.: INN ing. WON'T YO l' 11 KM''! '
CAt HULll CHURCH, INC. j finance Your 66 Car with Our
\ I'M CHAPEL 3020 NW 50th StreetSt. ACTIVITY SCHEDULEThe

The Nicholas West Indian following uctix jilts tie 1
Allen Chapel AME tle:: !red dilut four o'clock
('hur('h is presenting its Wo Catholic Church will continue servicesat fat the Moses: L. Perry; Clubs AUTO LOAN!
"II"'" HJV Oct. conducting religious
24. For them ( Boys: j. 12): ).
of the Range
the chapel
<-rrting message the guest Tumbling and .Judo Basketball
speaker will be Mrs. Delores Funeral Home, 5727 NW 17th or x olleyball: Trampoline .
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'lagin.. For the evening service Ave.The : Indoor activities: and ; '
lh' guest speaker will be Jars.Reatha services will be as Club meetings are held Sat ., 1. Shop .around for the ,car you, want. Bring, us, the
Knight. Come to the follows High Mass 9 a.m. urdays. William Francis ? "' make model and .
church Solemn Vespers 7:30 p.m. of volunteer price .
with a welcome and a head a corps '
program for the We take great pleasure in ex- Boy Scoutslio direct the br' :\
people
We are asking for your co- tending a cordial invitation to actix ities. :2. We will okay your loan quickly and with no red

operation. Come and hear all. You will find in rhese ser tape. Our loan policy is very liberal. we want,
these wonderful vices fellowship and consola-
speakers. Mrs. to make loans.
Virginia, Ancrum; chairman; tion. MT. HERMON MAKES .r 4
\1rti. II. Stirrup, secretary
Rr'\ Ruth Wilson, co-chairman; George Bishop-elect N. A. Der- .' 3. Interest can, be as lowas 4'/i! % on a new car, and
W.
A. DAY
Curry pastor.PROVIDENCE I PLANS FOR WOMAN'S
rick, OFB rector.MCGHANEY payments for as long as 36 months the lowest

RK BAPTIST SPEWS The ladies of Mt. Hermon i. / ( payments possible. We also make loans on used

rc.- C. J. Bumey pastor Let's make every day a AME Church are in the pro- cars up to 5 years old.
Claudia: of making plans fo their I
Wilson, reporter day of thanksgiving and prayto cess
Sunday afternoon, Oct. '24 our Heavenly Father for all annual Woman's Day program
I '!it be the climax of the Mis- His wonderful gifts to all of slated for the fifth Sunday in

')nary with Rev. 0. E.Weaver us. Everything we have is his, this month LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK

'atnr of Mt. Olivet Baptist if only we would stop for a
'hurch, Fort Lauderdale and moment each day and meditate' Mrs. Juanita Holmes this is [1] OF MIAMI

1oI congregation will have on this. Help us, 0 Heavenly serving as chairman of work- First fully Integrated bank in the entire Southeast-
and sh is
Charge of the services. Re- Father to seek thee and thy coming event f right here In the Edison Financial Center
ing very hard to see that this
hments will be served free. kingdom today and forever. day will be a glorious success 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 7594431NOW
ur\Monday, Oct. 25 will be Read Matt. '63034. And remember spiritually as well as

P. church anniversary., Rev. that you can always financially. We are looking PROVIDING NEW EXTENDED BANKING HOURS
R. Miami Times from the ,
I Beater Israel Brantley Primitive pastor Bap-of buy big the white and green truck, forward to seeing you to sharein with Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9i30 am to 2 pm; Fridays 9i30 am to 2 pm

r.fist Church and his congregation Richard's Combination Rolling this very special. day and 5 pin to 8 pm. Drlvo-ln Window op.n Monday thru Friday 2 to S pm; Saturdays 9 to

, will be with us to celebrate Store wherever you may see it. us.

, this occasion. You and So until a later date if Cod'swill and Do plan to come and bringa I noo.fi.M.fnb.n FoJorol) Rosorvo Syst.m and F.d.ral D.poslt Insurance CorporationHistory
YOu are welcome to both of thanks for reading friend with you |
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JESCA'S Staff To Attend SFACUS Workshon I
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I CARDS MEMORIALSDEATHS The Stall ol James K;, stration Kindergarten Florida VVellare. --------r
Scott Community Associa A. and M. University! All personnel working

tion's Day Care Centers will Tallahassee. with children under six years
attend a woikshop! on Saturday This workshop. is tosponsored old are invited to attend
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IN MEMO MIn CARD OF THANKSThe RANGE. !\liam Dadc Junior College, Association on ('hiJdrenlln- Bullet lunch served. Saturday
I sponsored by the South Florida der Six, and The )Florida (klober> 23-8:31):: () a.m.-
the late
wife of
of lliaJ 1 ( : 1
urge
Betsy
loving memory of my Association on Children State f Department ol Public 3:30:: ( p. m

dearly beloved husband HENRY DEMERITTE N.V.. 1 17th Court. Opa I'nder Six, -- --. ... -.... ...... _.______ u
acknowledge my sincere appreciation Lock died Oct I IS. 1 IHWi} ( for this
k, to the many friends Survivors are thiee tlaugh Consultant program will outstanding be- :, JL'SC 1 is GUESTS

relatives and neighbors who, tars Sara Mitchell. ..JesuMagnus -
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t lll'osum';\ Kchuncls; Senior SOF--1
shared with me the loss of my andl.lIll': Kaist.Thiee !. 1 Day Care Consultant,

loved one. !sons, ( :(urge l Betsy, State oRJeoigla. Other lea- SHRINE
1 Thanks for your card, Jr., Samuel and Joseph, and lures I Include! :

telegrams, letters, flowers and many other relatives andIriends. \ A Mtlsic1'urkshup: under Sixty-live (Iii( ) bound A special thanks to Mi.
other gestures of kindness. There \\'lit be no local the direction of Mrs.I girls between the ages ol live Parker, who made the urrangement -

Especially do I thank the, I'ol'nkl'I'o, however, he will Lucy Hrasvvell. Instructor in (."> ) and fill ecu (.15) from for .J l S'Iand
Brothers and Sisters of the be.lnl'l.'po!>ll'lnthc'hapdnn Early Childhood I Development James K. Scott Community to the following adults who

Eastern Star the Brothers and Frldllfrom 10 a.m. until University; of Alabama Association were guests of helped to chaperone:

.,. Sisters of Saint Artist Chapeland 7 p.m.: Final rites and Muriel ; and Language Art under the :Mahi Shriner's 'Ircus helped to chaperono: He\ ,
... Rev. Lester C.. Albert t in Thomasville, (;ieorgia.Mrs. the leadership of Mrs. This exciting attractionwas William Su'o11rs.. Kva-

and the entire staff of the Kquilla Brown 741 Barbara Boardley, Demon- held on Saturday morning lena Beckham Mrs. Lduma

AYq t Albert Funeral Home. :N.\\'. 7th St., Hallandale! October 16, at the Miami Bailes, Mr. Cecil Holle', Mrs
House of ---- -- --- -- --
I the blessing of God be Flu, died Oct. 17 I'Jtio.( Stadium. The Shriners Wilson, Mrs. Ina Black-
May Survivors!! are one !sister, also sponsored; a bus for shear, Miss Donna Lam ,
( bestowed upon you. :Marion Bush, six brothers, TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO transportation of the chil- Mrs. Dorothy Osborne, Mrs:

Edna Demeritte, wife Fred, Charlie, James, Ito s- CHURCH SUNDAY dren and adults to and from IX-lphlne Reynolds, Mrs..

cell '1'. B I), and l'eterlanlels, the circus. The children thoroughly Eva Thl'Owertr.. Melvin
three grandchildren, and enjoyed the performances Williams, Mrs. Bonnie M.

:;-, ( WAREHAMS SAY THANKS other lelatives and friends. ---- .. --------.-. and the refreshments Stirrup and Mrs. Lydia J.
).. \ Services were held Thursday sen'ed during the circus. Neasman.BEST .
.
,'-'...,.. ".'.' ,.h """ Mr. and Mrs. Chris Ware- Oct. 21 1JJ( at :2:00: p.m. 32ND ANNIVERSARYChoir -- 19&-66
in the Kbencver DRESSED WOMEN OF I
ham wish to thank the Baptist
ARTHER MACK many No. Two of New St.
who departed this life October friends who sent them cards Church of Hallandale' with James AME Church is celebrating The Episcopal Churchwomen thews, Emma Burnside Corine
the 1e( v. (). \\ Foster oiliciating. -
and telegrams the death of of the Transfiguration is
25. I have s I tat many hours on its 32nd anniversary Anton Beatrice Richardson
remembering that sad day and Mr. Wareham's mother, Mrs. beginning Thursday Oct. 21 sp nsoring I Elegamce de Yvonne Brassfield Mable D.

the days that followed which Mary Aikman, who died in Mack Douglas Davis, Jr., at 8 p.m. Again on Friday and L'heure (fashions by the hour) Glover Mildred Washington

haqe left a gap that cannot be Kingston, Jamaica at the age one: ear-old son of 1ft. I it terminates on Sunday after and presenting Dade County'sTen Athalie Range Shirley Gibson
of :Mack and )Kvolda; J Davis, Best Dressed Women 1965
Elizabeth Atkinson Janice S.
filled in my life. 91.The noon at 3 o'clock. Also as
He is gone but not forgot- Warehams and two of died In Frankfortierniam; part of the celebration a fish 66 on Friday, Oct. 29 at the Rogers Willie Ferguson Williams

their daughters, Gloria Dunn sure'! I fry will be held Saturday at Fraternal Order of Police Hall Ann L. Thomas, Wily
ten.Mrs.. Elizabeth Ward wife sand Isabel Robertson attendedthe the home of Mrs. Madgalene 15100 NW 27th Ave., 9 p.m. marie Marshall and Louise J.
Leroy McMann Brother funeral on Sept. 10. grandmother Airs Delores Johnson 5330 NW 30th Place. Subscription $2 00. The featured Lewis.

Mrs. Georgette McManh Jolly and pateinal grandparents at 8 p.m. To each of these model for the evening is Please get your Tickets to
\Ir. and \ll's. Mack
aunt DEATHr Dads. Remains events you are invited. Mrs. John Pridgeon with Mrs. day. The affair Is next Friday
lure bring .
And r other relatives -- ------- sent-, -I to Miami; lor final rites --- ----- Ruth North Polite as narrator. night you can t afford to missit.

and burial. Airangcments ST. LUKE AME CHURCHSt. Out of these nominees the Come'and s-e your ten best I

arc incomplete at this time secret judges will select Ten dressed women and a well
CARD! OF THANKSThe Luke celebrates its 1 WomenPortia\ Bannister Alice planned fashion show. Mrs
family of the lateROOSF.VEL Mis. ElwrallIton: Wilson Third Annual Woman's Day I Harrison, Louise Bradley. Joy- Elsiha S. Clarke. Jr., Chairman
WILLIAMS I ol 11823: S.\\ :22th() St., Sunday beginning with the celyn Knowles. Janie Reeves, Mrs. James K. C. Smith

wishes to ; express sincere ap Guilds, Fla. died Cotboer Sunday School at 9'30 a.m. Juanita Thompson lona Bu- president. Father Elisha S.
1 1H. I 1905. She had lived in
preciationi for the many cards, The morning speaker will be holtz Frankie Rolle. Geral- Clarke. Jr., vicar. I
:Miami
I since WI :>. Surviv01 '-
telegrams and flowers sent in 's are two sister! Mis. Ida Mrs. Virginia Morgan. Come -'dine___Arrington.__..__ '_Elaine__ ..___ u Mat__,. .. .
-- -
time of bereavement. Special one, come all. Mrs. II. White ----
Scott and (il'I'trude'II on.
thanks to the pastor and members r chairman Mrs. C. Jones co-
se\ oral nieces, other relatives
of Mt. Sinai Baptist and I Iriends. Services will beheld chairman. J YOU ASKED FOR IT

wIt __ ___m __ _n__ __ _.. WIGS
Church the neighbors of Fifty Friday, October :22.: un.

first street and the Sunshine 1 Uj() in the lunge Memorial THE BAPTIST MINISTER'S 100% Human Hair REV.IRAMttJALL'SGOSPLESHOW
Club of Dade County. Thanksto Chapel at :3:00: P.M.I COUNCILThe

the Range Funeral Home. Mr. Ih'nryl1td1l'11: ol Extra Fancy Imported

Gratefully 2001: :N'.W. (;2nd: ,St., Apt. a. Baptist Ministers-
Mrs. Rosa Lee Williams died October! W, HW( ,). He Council met Wednesday at 11''' Buy Direct and Save, 12 Noon. 2 p.m
Wife and Family is suiiv'ed by his wife, Mis.iencv a.m. at St. Luke Baptist i
(; Mitchell, three sis Churcli. After the invocationby Only $39.95 Monday Friday
tens Mrs. Catherine Barr, the Rev. A. L. Smpp, the
CARD OF THANKS is with deepest sympathythat Annie Bell Bui kins and Kmma ; expositor the Rev. P. W. PHONF. 866-7379 1490 WMBM
we announce the death of Li.e Maxwell, six biothers. Williams was presented. He I
The familv of the late our daughter and sister. Dons James, Johnnie Bull taught a very interesting lesson Please Tune In

CLYDE RUDISEL, SR. Janett Harrell who was popu- 'ultc.uthanll'l. : and Hai- on the theme "FacingThe

who departed this life September larly known as ""Peggy." old Mitchell. There will be Difficult Call." ---- -----.-..- -_.-
14, 1965 wish to express She died Thursday morningat no local services, however, The president was on other
their (appreciation during their 9:30 in Jackson Memorial he will -lie in repose from business related to the Council ""-T _.._

hour of bereavement. We deeply Hospital following an extended 10:30:: a.m. until 1 10:30: ) p.m. I and could not be present.
feel the loss of one so period of illness Frlda.x night. He will I I I be Rev. Thedford Johnson Utaraht; ( Memorial 'arlt

dear to us. Our sincere thanksfor A 1960 graduate of Bookei ishlpped I Satruda.s morning, president Rev. Harold Brown

flowers telegrams, cards T. Washington she attender' to Thomasville, (ieorgia; for public relations HAS Prelnterment plots of 8 grave spaces or less
and various tributes of friends. Clark College for three years final rites and burial -- .
ALSO Immediate
Special thanks to the New and later transferred to Be- single grave space interment
Providence Baptist Church thune-Cookman College in \ll's. Leila Mae Thomas GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. Boxes and vaults permitted
of 2950! :N'.W. Oath Street
and the House of Albert and
the neighbors of Opa-locka. Daytona Beach her but had to discontinue died October :20( 1 1905. Her W. F. Savoy, pastor Gates open 7 days for your convenience
studies becausea
mm Gratefullt survivors are: One brother, 6895 NW 14th Avenue 3001 NW 46TH STREET NE 4-4197
illness. \Il'. Willie Joe Thomas, and
Cornelia Rudisel wife She leaves to mourn her other relatives and a host of Our anniversary is fast E. Johnson Manager Horn phones) OX 19199We

And Family mother, Louise father Hardy; friends. Sect ices are incomplete coming to its climax the first the employees of Lincoln Memorial Park endorse

.. two sisters. Kathryn and Mrs. at this time and will bean week of November. Let us all f Mrs Athalie Range for the Miami City Commission.

Patricia Strachan; brother, no u need l later t by the be mindful of our allegianceto Vote for her on Nov. 16th
CARD OF THANKSThe
_
Curtis her ,, the Church of ""0
grand parents, Mr. Image Funeral Home.UBEFTT. our Lord
and Mrs. Lee Harrell four Jesus Christ and show unity -
family of the
aunts, and a host of other relatives in our effort to continue and i W..
MRS. MARY SINGLETON
including a Brotherinlaw increase our zeal in the workof j :;.
wishes to thank our
many
the Lord :
John
friends during our time of sor- Strachan. Miss (;ieralcline (;Ireen
row. Special thanks to Range Funeral services will be 2937! : :N. \\'. (04th St., died Many thanks to all mem-
held 11 a.m. Saturday morning bers who helped to make our
October! 13. Survivors
Funeral Home for its kind and are: i
untiring service also thanks Oct. 23 at St. Peters African :Mother, Father, one Son church dinner and business !
Jordan Grove Baptist Orthodox Cathedral with Canon one Brother." (oneSister.\"- meeting a success last Sunday :
Church at large and pastor Charles F. Cooper presiding.The ices I were held TlIl'Mlafrom We all enjoyed the ad !
Rev. C. H. Smith the Rev. House of Albert is in the :'\Pnnidence Misslonai.v dress by the Rev. Samuel ;
charge of arrangements. Baptist Church, Kev. George and the program eval 1 3 a
C. J. Burney Rev. A. L.
..
--- uation discussion led Os-
by
Shipp members of the Usher FRANCli. .: C.'J. Burney olliciated.! car Johnson proved to be I
Board No. Two of New Mt. Thomas Edison Brown,
fruitful. The food was delicious "
Mori ah, Dade County School Mis. Virginia HenclerMm 1050 N: .\\'. (2nd) St., Apt. 42: the Fellowship wonderful. n WE OFFER YOU
Transportation and Drivers. of 430 :N.W. Mh St., Apt 14 died October I Hi. Survivors
Again we all accept your kind. died ()<:t. 17th at Jackson are: His parents Rev. and j \ OUR FRIENDLY HELPAt
ness with open arms. :Memoiial Hospital. Funeral \Irs. J. K.; Brown, six broth- There is much work to be

Yours in ChristINIMOW servicesill be held Saturday ers, two sisters. Services Sat- done; let us continue to be I any hour of the day or
Oct. 23rd :3:00: () p.m. at urclav, :3:00: ( p.m. from the comrades with Christ. Rememner -
Little Hock Primitive Baptist! SI. Luke Missionary Baptist you are always welcomeat I I:7CcTh: night, we are here to
Church) in Opa l Lock with Church, lev.! 1'. W. \\'llIluI111'o Grace. : ;
Kev.: C. T. Killins, pastor, officiating. Thomas was a c-7 5--\ ) serve your needs in an

and In daughter memory of our mother officiating. Remains will repo.se student at the Miami i Jackson CHURCH OF CHRIST understanding manner. No
in the chapel beginning High.
RUTH LOUISE STUARTwho 4:00: p.m. on Friday until (SCIENTIST) : ,, one has ever been denied
Yvonne L u n Il'r, :2125 I:! :
departed this life October funeral time Saturday alter- N,1\.i )th St., died ()l.obcl'Hi. 1600 NW 54th Street '.' (7 our services, OX 1-4343
24 1958. (
noon Sun Ivors include her
.
She Is the young daughter
There's a bridge that leads husband, 11 11', Aaron Hen of \I\'. and \l ll's. Bolus An Intelligent Approach To i :
beyond the world of time and derson, seven Sons: Aaron, Lanier. Five sisters and live Religion. The thought is :
Jr., Herbert, Hubert, ('Ill- brought out how spiritual \.4
space through a green and! brothers also survive. Arrangements on "My Father in Heaven
peaceful valley to a lovely lord, Bernard, Leroy and are incomplete. renewal leads men to the dis- helpme
where l David; six daughters: J Ko- covery of their real identityand never to forget Thy Love
dwelling loved place and our and herb, Alberta, Carrie Ann, Itobln, A. hey, 1209N.\V.:! eternal being at all Chris- it looks up to me in the

joys that ones never end happiness across the Rosetta, Ferris and Sharon (ith Ave., Florida City, died tian Sciences this Sunday.Sunday's 1 beauty of the flower "
Henderson; two sisters! : Mrs. ktober 1 U. Survivors are: subject is "Proba John Henry Jowett
bend.
peaceful valley's
Mildred Jenkins, and Mrs. Mother, eight sisters!! four '
Harold Stuart Jr. tion After Death. All are welcome
son
Mrs. Rowena Adderly, Willie Mac Ward; two aunts: brothers, one aunt, eight nd's to attend.ersvices Sun- Oscar L. Range
Services ure Saturday,
Mrs.!! Virginia Johnson and day 11 a.m., Wednesday evenI I
Mother '
Mrs. Lillie King, and a host 2:00) p.m. from the 'oconut V t -
( ing at 8 and to use our Read- FiMral
Calvin father
Adderly, of other relatives and friends. Grove J Chapel. ing Room. Horn



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 22, 1965 13

FOR SALE FOR SALE HELP WANTED Dressmaking ana alterations.

. i'tJ, K'' ; ,; : : ", Drive By FOR BARGAIN HUNTERS Call 759-8416.
:
,
:1' ..f. 'I" e" : : I 1748 :\1.\\'. 89th Terr.! See 641 N W. 65th St. Home Building Company of- HELP WANTEDCAB
Iii. .: : : : to assist in real
"U ; position
: : ers
<," ". ,: ,, ', ,." ', ., ,.. ..U.. ..' this lovely, large 2 Bedroom, If you have $1,200 2.bath you can estate sales for attractive DRIVERS. Apply at
CBS. Full lot street to street. buy a 3-bedroom, CBS
. lady to work in N. W.
home young Society Cab Officsj 269 N.W.
valued at for
Fenced, Dining room, mod $15,500 section. Contact Clara Romano
FOR SALE FOR SALE ern kitchen. All rooms ver.\ only $12,500. Call Mr. James 3600 N. W. 211th St., 21st Street. Indf.
Smalls, Universal Real Es-
large. FHA
terms. :SllOO, 624-4071.
'Attention" This beautiful 3 1834 N W. 88th St. $300 down. Onh 8350( Down and 878.00 tate, 751-8642.

edroom, 2 bath home with separate $58 month. CBS beauty, large month pays all. Cull Anytime 1521 N. 91st Collector salesman, experienced *
W. St.
Open on
dining room large lot lot, real quiet. A-l shape. 7312143.Drive Sunday; 2-bedroom, 1-bath, draw against commission Register your children)
O'Neal
allowance.
included Hurry Owner direct. car
758-8749 .
ir cond. appliances By carport, $12,500; $400 down. Helmly Furniture Co., 841 N. in
nly $13,000. FHA $300 down must 8810 N.W. Kith A\'e. =" 0qualif No cost. Loaded with extras. W. 2nd Ave.Beautician. .
located at 1870 NW Owner sell. N.W.
LYNNJEFFKINDERGARTEN
ayment 728 '. This one fools you.It .
6th Terr. Open Sunday all dayr 48th St. Large 3 bedroom, CBS, I Is a large 3 Bedroom. 1621 N. W. 17th Ave. Two. Experienced only.
bedroom
drive by then call Fenster huge rooms. Save $2500. See, :814,000:; with Fla. Rim and Florida 1-bath,wall-to-wall super.size Call 371-9342-10 to 5 p. m.
691-2962. call woner 758-8749. room, 6601 N.W. 24th Ct.
catty (Broker) Lovely Hardwood Floors. carpet. Universal Real Es
----- This) home is very large and tate. 751-8642. Elderly lady as companion or 6960891NE 4.Q940
Corner Beauty!! ideal for aid to mother and young
Completely ulargelumlly. Only
CBS,carport,
3 bedroom 2331 N. W. 55th St.
baby 691-2961
'arge need yard, tile roof, appll-i furn. Attention! Attention! 3 S 1,300) I>own. A. Bcn. Korl, Live Rent-Free. 4600 N. W. Call 6340004.

Only $11,000. $350 bedrooms, 2 bath, CBS, on Realtor, 612 NW 60th St. 7th Ave., CBS duplex, A-l
ces. corner lot plus Call anytime 7,') 1-2243. condition. Total price only
and $63 month, FHA. swimming pool Placement clerk, 5 days. Sal.
$11,250 FHA.
life own Realty, Broker, 4932 NW This spacious home could be 2144 N.W. 86th Terrace $80 monthly Only all. $250 Universal ary Open to experience.B .
pays
Ith Ave. PL 9-4371. Open bought at FHA terms. How Drive by Then call to see Real Estate, 7518642. & B Employment. FR 3- INVESTORS BROKERS

|ves and Sun. about coming out Sunday. Open this charming: 2 Bedroom 4600 N. W. 7th Ave. 2106. LOOKII!!

----- 1-6 p.m. to 94 N.W. 48th St. CBS home. It is really a FOR
to
-- RENT Couple or single person
arge 3 bedroom CBS, carport. and our salesman Mr. Murray beauty fenced yard, barbecue share house with working UNITS

ont porch, large kitchen. will show you around or drive : pit: Carport. Very clean. Furnished 1 bedroom apt. $18 widow. Sundays and Thurs

[tove refrigerator. No qualify- by any time then call Fenster Dining room, nice modern week. Include light, gas water days, 6337998. $24,900Totol I
Realty Broker kitchen. This is a terrificbu.FHA \ .
$85 month PL 977.
down, ,
$1,000 waste removal. Call 688-322.
ing. .. 510,500and ) N.
Terms. ( Eatwell Restaurant -909 Down
in. Life Realty, -- ---- Only ; $1,200
love right 5 bedroom. \Vi bath, CBS. 'J( only! 8350 I Down. $74.- After 5 P.m. Miami Ave., 2 counter waitresses
roker, 4932 N.W. 7th AveL wanted. OPEN TO CASH OFFERSAll
you have a large family this 00 month pays all.! You can'tbeat : 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom cottages -
9-4371. Open Sun & eves. this. A. Ben-Kori, Real 1 Bedroom ApartmentsCBS
could be what
you are looking $10 & $15 per week. Trainee for cemetery work.
for. Two story building., good tor, 612 I N\\' GOth St. Cull 617 N.W. 8th St. 'FR 1-4620. Opportunity for high type
CBS, 3 bedroom, 2 7512243.
r y owner. neighborhood near N. Miami anytime -Oct. 29 man with high school education Lincoln Ave., Opa Locka
lot. Ideal for .
ath with extra Ave. and 48th St. Call for ap- 296 N. W 46th Street and a desire to be more '

octor, dentist, beauty parlor, pointment. Fenster Realty, Three Bedroom,2 Bath, with For Rent than an ordinary laborer. DUPLEX XLOTS

tc. 4769 N.W. 17th Ave. Broker, PL 9-8779. huge Fla. Room. This is u Lovely 1 Bedroom Duplex Landscape, or backhole expert plus 2 bedroom frame house

hown by appointment. PH. ---- )Lovely Corner Lot and thisis Kupilshed, :820.00 week.. helpful, nursery expertor $500 Down $65 month
Best location.: This is really knowledge of trees and
853805. 819 N.W. 77th St. 3 bedroom, a Yen lovely large home.
shrubs also chance Total Opa Locka
helpful, $7,900
a duplex. No children.: A. ; -
:No Terms. Make
----- 2 bath, CBS best deal in Mia- Qualify. for advancement to supervis
beautiful home on 2 lets, cor- mi. $9000 total. $1000 down. Offer. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, Ben-Kori, Realtor. Call anytime or. White to Mr. Roberts, DUPLEX
.
jer. fully fenced, garage Move in. Call owner 758-8749. 612 I N.W.: 60th: () St. Call anytime 7512243.For P. 0. Box 44.607, Miami. CBS 44th St. Income $180montL

liont porch, tile roof, lovely ,.. 751-2243. RentFurnished
-- -> --- $600 down
$15,500No
itch en. large bedrooms, awn- 1655 N.W. 85th Street No QualifyTwo 2 Bedroom house.
tigs, jalouise windows ap- $450.00 Down Bedroom CBS. Move -S25.00) ) a week. A. Bcn-Klod, OPPORTUNITYFURNITURE qualifying on any of the

liances drapes carpeting. in. Total 810,550, :875.00:; Realtor.: Call anytime 751- above.
('BS. 'J Bedroom, 2 bath.
ui outstanding home. Price i it 5 month and terms. This is a 2243. SALESMANAge WE TRADE
Carport, tile rout oak floor
12700 with $400 down and nice home and good v ulue. For Rent
REALTORS
central air-conditioning and GOLD COAST
73 month. Key at Life Realty : 'all on this. A. Ben-Kori, Room and private Bath. Prlv !- 30-45, neat, must havecar.
heat stem. Only
sprinkler .\
Realtor: 612 ;NW; 60th St. 810 4301 N.W. 2nd AvenuePL
iroker. 4932 N.W. 7th Ave. 7\rs. old. Total KHA. 815- : : ate entrance. Best urea. Apply :
'L 9-4371. Open Sundays, Call anytime 7512243.buy week. Call anytime A. Ben- 1-2426
000. NO CLOSI! N(; COSTS.
vemngs. SJ89.48 monthly. Aetna Realty like rent. LIKe new, *- Kori, Realtor. 751-2243. WOLPERT'S FURNITURE

," bedroom home, $100 securityand Furnished 1-bedroom house,
( Broker). 811! N.W. >4th
,arge 3 bedroom home on 2 St. Phone 7.:>7-.">724. move in. Low monthly 566 N.V.. 22nd St. Weekly, 1200Corol Way LOVELY HOMES
Owner 373-3304.
ots, fenced, enclosed front payment. $17.00 Immediate occupancy.
3 Bedroom Built On Your Lot or Ours
Giant Apply at front house or call 373-7317
(orch, carport, large tiled kit- ('B S. Like New. :8400:; Down. 2-bedroom house, like new. owner day 444.6126, even To Please You

hen, central heat, appliances. NO C.OSICOSTS.) : ; To- Nice neighborhood, no down ings HI 8-2824,

'rice is $12,350, $350 down, tal only 813,000.) Monthl payment low monthly pay LOTS FOR SALE

71 month and no closing $7 4.80' Carport, tile roof, ment. 6247359. Rent or Sale, 7th Ave., 4901. FOR SALE

osts. Life Realty Broker, oak floors. A real solid buy. renovated 2-bedroom Store for rent or sale with 3 55xl35-N.W. 48th Terr.
Newly ,
932 N.W. 7th Ave.PL 9-4371. Aetna I1ealt.\ ( Broker). 811 apts. Excellent location, apartments; one store rented. HOME AND APARTMENT
3773870. (Nov. 13))
)pen Sundays and eves. .\\'. 54th St. Phone 7571883 near buses, schools, hospitals. 5303 NW 5th Avenue 50x105-N.W. 55th St.

3724. Reasonable rates. Rental Of. 1474 N. W. 5th Ave. Six Open Saturday and Sunday 2 100x100-51 Terr.& 17 Ave.

t bedroom CBS, with separate : N.W.83rd' Terrace fice, 3200 N. W. 47th Street. rooms furnished CBS. $25.00 to 5 p.m. Come and see 3-bed-

touage in back for income.laIn 3 Bedroom Call Mr. Miles, 635.2087.Indef. per week. For inspection call room, 2 bath, extra large Fla. 50x100-41st St.

house has Fla room, tile CBS. Fenced, oak floors. JE 1.3184 or FR M905. room, large living room, large 50xl40$1,250Cash

[oof. large kitchen. Rear house dining room, kitchen, garage,
Perfect lor young family. Manor Park! 3-bedroom CBS 1-bedroom CBS $16.00; also Paid For Loti,
i fully furnished. Price is I KHA. 8350.00: 1>0WI1. :NO plus garage, corner, nice have 2bedroom, $21, and have also separate apt. for income,
H2 000, $400 down ard $77 l'.OSIOSTS.) : ; Total! home. Could be sold at FHA several other apartment ion 2 corner duplex lots. Many Home, Acreage

<,nth, FHA. Life Realty, price: 1,000.00.) ) ). Month! terms or conventional. Lo- houses. The Liberty Rental extras, space to build another NEED MONEY ?

; )>ker. 4932 N.W. 7th Ave. payment: 8)3.30.) See right; cation of property, 798 N. W. Agency, 2020 N. W. 62nd St. house.

'I 9-4371. Open evenings and now. Aetna Il'UItBrol: ( 'r ). 46th St We have key. Call Phone: 635.4927 $1,900 Oown. Terms to Sui t CALL BARON JE 8-1340

llnd.tvs. '. 54th St. Phone for appointment. Fenster
X11 I I :\ \\
I -- +--- 757-5724. Realty ( broker) PL 98779. 1-bedroom Apt. Furnished,
near Grand Way and buses.
l I. in m CBS awnings, jalousie :3 Bedroom No QualifyingCBS. I 4 furnished Apts. Excellent For working couple 1225 N.

''?*> appliances, lovely I Large I'oom'OrlWI: condition. 7 air conditioners, W. 56th St.2bedroom .

,11'1 I fruit trees. A bargain at lot. earpoil like new condition. off-street parking and many

v'SO with $250 down and \ JSl.OOO.OO( ) ()() l Dow n. :8100\ other extras. Always rented. apartment. Downstairs EDISON
li2 month. Keys at Life Realty, monthly pays everything.i Long term tenants. $320 per electric stove. Refer Specials i
overhead
month income low ,
f.rokcr, 4932 N.W. 7th Ave. :laO:; ) Total price. Move Owner will ence. 6910789.
mortgage.
I1''I! 94371. Open Sundays and in today. Aetna lealty! ( Broker easy
=
tenant if wanted.
stay on as Small House, 1 bedroom, kitchen
"e mng ). 811 I N.W. 54th St. See owner, 175 N. W. 38th
and bathroom for
_.. Phone 757-5724. St., Apt. 2. or two people, $10, weekly.one = OPEN SUNDAY-2 to 6 P. M. =

'"1 qualifying. Lovely CBS. CBS Homes $100 Down I, 1371 N. W. 58th St. Can be :: 5001 N. W. 5th AVENUE
Duplex, $500 down. Like new. seen time. =
i-'ge fenced yard appliances, We have close-in! pl'l'iul-for: in any
Income property Liberty
Mr conditioner heiiig displaced or For Professionals) .
awnings. $750 )
persons City. Move in today; no quail Modern furnished. Private
own and move right in. Keyt 0 oceans.'uu may qualify.; tying, no closing costs Owner telephone. 691.2494, 1545 N. Beautiful three-bedroom, two-bath, CBS, on .

Life Realty Broker. 4932W. Let's talk it 0\'CI'. Call Aetna 3733304. W. 68th St. = corner. Large Florida room, garage. F.H.A. .

7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Open I lealtPhone! } 757-5724, or terms. You'll love this-lovely inside and outl! =
venings and Sundays. come; in our office/ 811 1 N.W.54th Attractive home on 2 corner Nice room for man or womanat .

Sln'l't.Spudous lots; 6 rooms and bath partly 5710 N. W. 19th Ave. Telephone .
furnished. Price $7,500 all NE 4-8495.
ile i) qualifying bedroom, CBS, Beauty cash. 5900 N. W. 23rd Ave. : .: OPEN SUNDAY to 6 P. M. a
roof
large fenced
yard,
Phone: 5323206. 1980 N. W. 55th St. Neatly
PPliances Total.! :8450) 335 N. W. 43rd
freshly painted :814,050( Only furnished rooms. Use of kit. STREET =

Inside and out. Below 36th St. Down. l'HA'I'erms. This has 3127 N. W. 59th St. Open chen. NE 39908. F. Green. .
>ear N.W. 10th Ave. $750 everything, Fla. Room, (;Ju. Sunday, 15. No qualifying, Three bedrooms, two baths, enclosed garage,

own and move right in. Key rage, full utilitv. room with move in today. Almost new, Big 3-bedroom large Florida extra large living area. If you like to entertain, =

t Life ;alty, Broker, 4932 stationary tubs huge kitchen 3-bedroom CBS, tile roof, per. room, dining, living rooms. :I this is it! $12,000 total. $300 cash. F.H.A. .
bedrooms. feet taste. Don't miss this Newly decorated, beautiful
.w7tli Ave. PL 94371.pen large airy No closing costs. .
This is a beautiful CBS home buy by owner. 7585400. floors, open Saturday, 2280 .
Sundays and evenings. N. W. 41st St. .
you should see if you want .
the best home and best loca bedroom, large kitch .
bedrooms \Vi bath. See: CBSi bathroom, Florida 1-bedroom furnished duplexapt. .
tion. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, large OPEN SUNDAY-1 to 5 P. M. .
[025 N.W. 28th Ave. Real room, 3132 N. W. 59th St. on 51st St., near Miami
harp. Like new. Hurry for 612 :'-1.\\' 60th St., Cull any Call 635.9787 or PL 19413. Ave. Call 758-1098 after 6:30p. : = 275 N. W. 57th STREET =
7,) 1-224:3.: s
time Total $11 m.
l"s. $1500 down. Call owner Ask for Gifford. ,
|58-8749. 2 CBS Homes 500; $500 down; take over == Nice CBS, two-bedroom near all Edison .

Total! $1 ,50U. Only 8450Down. mortgage. 1-bedroom apt. Everything schools. $250 cash. F.H.A. $85 monthly pays =
J Two honiescomplete'ly furnished. $21.00 per week No
everything. closing costs.
to
bedroom, 2 bath, extra lot. furnished, conditioned, Open 3 Sunday. 1340N. PL 83901. .

ec 7710 N.W. 8th Ave. Only fenced: modern kitchen ( wallot'en W. 87th St. Only $250 .
month 2-bed Furnished 1-bedroom
apt.,
$39 ; .
300 down. per
down. $60 month includes and dryerall -
), washer room, 1 bath, Florida room, $18 weekly, Include light, 521 N. W. 48th STREET .
xtra lot. Call owner PL 8- new. This is a bud of a air conditioned, fenced backyard gas water, waste removal
II .
39 N. W. 38th STREET Pool
140. Call me to see. A. ( )
lifetime. Leon Kroll, broker. Call 688.3225 after 5 p. m.
Ben-Kori I Heritor: () J ll NWiOth 6883029. 5431 N. W. 5th COURT (Duplex) =

! "cdroom.CBS, no qualifying.ake ( St. Cull anytime 751- Room in private Christian 7030 N. W. 5th PLACE (Duplex) .

over existing mortgage. 2243. No qualifying. Move rightin. home. A quiet sober man. 244 N. W. 46th STREET (No qualifying) .
arranged. 3-bed- N. W. 47th St. area. Call
'yely home with huge Fla 590 N.W. 1st Street Terms baths kitchen, furnished 634-9654, :I ,
2 B
ourn, carport, location 339 3 Bedroom, :3 Bath beauty. rooms,, air conditioned, fenced WE ARE OPEN ALL DAY SAT. AND SUN. -

W. 45th St. Open Sunday 1- Tills tremendous home, that back yard, sprinkler sys --wPOSITION =N= BEING DISPLACED? $100 DOWN =

P.m. Fenster Realty, Brok- is so beautiful. Large, large tem. Drive by 1461 N. W. WANTEDYoung .

r, PL 98779. Kitchen, Fla. Mm., Dining 87th Terrace, then call Leon lady who speaks En.

Room full Utility Room, Kroll, 6883029. glish and Spanish desires po-

owner must sell. CBS, 3 bed- Central heat plus air con: Ace Refrigeration sition as secretary, with experience EDISON REAttYi Rector*

orn, 2 bath oak floors, Fla ditioned. See inside If you in typing, shorthand .

loom, carport, $1,000 down. want a I'l'all.large home. RepairsIN bookkeeping and filing.
12500 total. Call owner 758- iil'J.OOO.I Terms. A. Ben- YOUR HOME Phone: 633.7608, Friday, Saturday 175 HW 0ni S J5144
749. Kori!, Realtor, 612 I NW GOlh Over 39 years' experience. and Sunday during *
St. Call anytime\ 751-2243. Call PL 8.4121.Nov.. 12 week after 5 p. m.



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f bthe. Woman's Sodcty Can, captain; Atlanta Hu
ChristianiSeiv w'us belt; Gloria: Pinch, and Lemmie ,
held at the church Sunday', \\'. Mitchell, reported
(October 17, followIng Kve- S175.9J. Lawrence \\'il.
nl ng Service. A large appie- Hams' sponsors were torn
dative audience witnessedthis posed of MesdamesVlniiiul
: ::3. event in an atmosphere Johnson, captain; 'IhelmaPevoe )
% c ol suspense until list before ) ; and Agnes Venison,

a ___ Ihe end of the program. who lepoited S(>(>,00.)I) Other
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... ?car wr Prizes were awaidedaslol. contestants weie -Janice Wilson ).
lows: First 1'ri/e Mechelle Rhonda{ rinnie, Linda
: Finch, Infant daughter of Curry, Alesia Hou ndtreeShdntav I .
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Finch, S. Matthews, Pl'rd -
t t a :S25,00 Savings Bond; Second \'ltl James And rews, Annette -
1 ,' Prize Lawrence i Wil- Burroughs and :Mona
n J lians, toddling grandson of Lisa Singleton.The .
g ( Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Williams
c- a S1000 in cash. All \\.KCS. and our pas-
ten babies etched a lov'eh' tor, HeW. L. Hubert, are
r gift from the WSCS vciy grateful to the parents
"IAA'i,4L Sponsors expended much and sponsors and our mam.
clfort for their contestants to friends for helping out

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'K v4 I On Tuesday, (Xtober2hth, Math; Hookkeeping; lim &
; 4 V 'sr 4, the Hooker '1: Washington Trim 1 ; and Citi/enship;
Adult Classes get into full Persons desiiing eiti/en-(
swing promptly at 7 P.M. ship papers should be especially

Manager A. D. Moore and personell of the Miami District The main speaker for the occasion was Mrs. Athalie Be sure to go to the School interested In the CITIZKN'SHJl' )-
of the Central Life Insurance Company of Florida celebratedits Range, candidate for the Miami City Commission. Rev. Ed. on Monday' and pie-register = 'LASS. If you
ward T. Graham acted Host. Other the ft"' the classes of your choice. cannot go to the school on
Million Dollar Debit last week vnIha banquet at Toby'sRestaurant as speakers among
The Miami District closed the month of September guests were Dr. John 0. Brown, James Whitehead of the Ur The following classes' are being lord Monday Matthews, then and CALL ('lif
with ban Renewal, Father Theodore Gibson and Frank Cowans of offered: Sewing; Aping; registerby
debit of
This
a $1,010,110. coveted position which
Shorthand; Spanish; English phone. 1 FH2:>:W at
the Miami District now holds is not only a first for Miami, it the Urban League. und
; Heading Writing
is a first for district debits in general for the entire Central Included in the program was a "boost" for City Commission .. ; WI'I
Life Company. candidate,Mrs. AthalieM. Range.Out.The.'VoteA.Go.Go --


/ TV & RADI -REPAIRS, SALES & EXCHANGES

Goes Into Action MOVED TO LARGER QUARTERS
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NOW LOCATED AT
From all Indications, N'o- Jelled rate are being given to
ember t 1 W( 19(>.j will be the Insure the victory of Mis. 149 N.W. G2ND STREETWe
bright, bright day, as well as Hange At tills point, as ORCHARD VILLA PTA Carver are an authorized RCA soles agency. All our sales

the Big, Big Day In Miami (hairman of the Ministerial The last meeting of the and repair work guaranteed, Free delivery and pick up.

Every effort is being exert- Laymen's: Voter Registration Orchard Villa PTA was a success Also free indoor antenas with all TV repairs from now
ed to have the largest! 1 \otei (ommiltee and Get: -Out'I'ht and Ranches
we are very gratefulto
turnout In the history ol Mi '-Vote Diive I can 0 nl\ those who attended. Our It up to Christmas., \

ami. say keep you eye on the door AUTHORIZED FACTORY TV REPAIR CO,
For the first lime, a eandi Hange and shoot hard onNov prize was given to Mrs. News
Amenda Scott who had six kids
date Is running that all citizens '. I H, 1 lll(>;>-Level' 10-AII .
in school. JOE SCOTT TV PL 1-8381
our "
can vote foi Truh', you are interested: and '-- .9y Walter Bow.-I !
Mrs. Hange is the exceptional would like to he part ol! this This month's meeting will
candidate Make yourpresence (;et-Out-'I'hc'\tc Drive call be held Oct. 27 at 7 p.m. in New: Macedonia Baptist --- .. -,- -- -
11.11o'emhcr: : 10, rn KJ213 01 n3-IIiW; : ( fur the school cafeteria and the Church In West Hull wood I
1965: by being the first In additional i mlormation.t door prize will be a basket of will ob'l'J''eman: 's Dav, ,. 1i i
line to pull lever lOA'tI'lties The regular meeting ol the groceries to some lucky parent.So Sunday, Oct 24 Mrs. Mary I !
,\(. are moving at a Ministerial Lumens Voter please come out and let's Sutton ol Dania will be the OPENING SPECIAL.IIIIIIIIIIIMIIIMIIItllli
fast pace Range Booster Registration Committee will be a 100%. Mrs. M. Bullard, morning speaker and Mrs. ,
Clubs are being formed, teas be held tills I'liday, October\ president A L Shlpp of Miami i, the I ..
are being organ/ed! wom- 22, 1 1963} : ut St. .John Institutional evening speakei So caste
en's 'activ'I tics are in high, Baptist Chinch, at out and worship with us. I
high gear, ministers of good 7:'JO p,m. Uclicshnunts: will Mis Eleanor Butte, chairman ;
thinking have pledged Huh hescivcd: Plan to aucndand RAINBOW PARK PTA MEETS ; Mrs Iheresa Feather .
aII-out support lot Mis put thecxceptional candidate stone, co-chairman; Hev H.L .
Hange. Miami Iis on the mote of our time on the ('Ity Commission Rainbow Park Elementary Maik, pastor. ;] '8x10 j ]
Functions at an unpaia School held its second meetingof t t t ,
the year Oct. 11 with Mrs. Thc10'\\' Post \o. 8Mr 1 "

Sarah Kelly president presid meets the Hist: and third Sunday .', :
ing. Reports were made by of each month at4Hl< : ,25x7 = 1

Mrs. Mary Brown chairman of IVmbioke ItuuI.C I
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; lE I! you wont the best for your child I the beautification committee Little Anlhonv Sevmoureelebiated r
and Mr. Chitds and
""I means committee. ways Report of his ,louilh' hiilh, JAY BAKER g gt:8, : : Wallets :1

I JACKSON'S TODDLE INN membership was made by Mrs. dug athisliomeSuiulav, (Kt .. -
17. fie is the son of Mi and
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Edy. Speakers for the eveningwere > I r
Mis Irvin Sc.vmoui of Westllollvwood. ,
Mrs. Luoise Shorter }
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DEPENDABLE CONSCIENTIOUS SERVICE state president of school lunch I I

Trained Teachers Balanced Lunch Transportation program and Herbert Day, assistant James Outlet, .Jr., andMiss :695 t;
Mrs. Rosa
principal.
ALL FOR $8.00 PER WEEK Lee Fortson, principal was : day: Marie Smith weiemaiiictl I
Sunday', (k't. I 17 at I
3038 N.W. 48th Terr. NE 4.4308 her absnet because of death in St. Agnes Fpiscopal: (lunch '.: a

family. In Miami Cad: Mai'ie is the j iellellrllss.el'tltsnri
d.iughtei ol Mis I Kelexna) r,
Smith ol Miami; and .James u
.. EXPERT SHOE REPAIRINGAt I is: the son of Mi. and Mis. Hours 1.8 p.m... h'
Guest Hous BILL TYLER
=Dugies Reasonable Prices James Outlei', Si", of West Sunday 1..6 p".m.
11011 I '\ ood,
Quality is our trade mark v \ ongialula S
The house of unusual lions to the couple.
rooms
SHOES SHINED AND DYED The Ultimate In Photograhy
"Keep In 'mind" : '
us
Shoe Craft experts to r.cov.r' Sunday, (kt. 24, at a:{ p.m,
A better place, we. challenge you to find your shoes with the fabric of the Missioiiaij Soeicl>' of

Seeing It believing of your dress. Dyeing of Sad ol Itethlehcm' Baptist t
The accommodations you receive leather and fabric shoes ('hurd"'l"I llollvwood./ i. 117oTHon
You find only In this brother HEELS HALF SOLES will be oigani/ed l h,\ Mis l I.i. I Id I.

OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY WHOLE SOLES :i. Wilclci, distiUt' 1 piesldciitol jOUSl
tin Women' I Dcpaitnuntol
2941 N.W. 41TH STREET 634-3851 AL'S SHOE REPAIR Atlantic Co.isi Assoiiation 4930 NW 7 AVE

6070 NW 7th Avenue She will also hl'l llugue*!
JAMAICA DUGIE speaker J on the'ptogiam. Ihe
Always a friend (Opposite Lincoln Nat'l! Bank) Ret 1 I. \\', IKphuin i is the PL 7-7741
AL WILLIAMS OWNER pastor.





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S Spearing with........ aa t 10,000 See I



Beat Morris



I at Homecoming


Tallahassee The Florida ball in the air and
Ir BY HARRY SPEAR "' I A&M University Rattlers surprised yards for the first
over 10,000 Homecoming Scoring again in
fans with their play in the quarter, Morris
ANOTHER BONUS CHALLENGES MISS WHIRL 23-7 win over Morris Brown Scott stepped out
College Saturday. zone to give the
Miss Whirl may.have a stout new'challenger in Flag- Coach Jake Gaither wasn't a safety and an 8-0 of the Ex-

let's $80,000 International, l Classic coming from an pleased with the Rattlers of- With 14:08: ,bowling
fense. His FAMU had half, climaxing a -
unexpected source. squad .
!
The new threat is Ray DuPree's Another Bonus, averaged close to 236 yardson Cambridge scored
the recent $10,000 Count-Down winner, who appears to the ground in their first touchdown of the
one yafd plunge. The
be getting sharper with every race. three games, but could man- wide, and the
In the first quarterfinal roundafter finishingfif th age only 63 yards in recordingtheir half-time 14-0. 11886

in the qualifying point standing-Another Bonus took on ference fourth win. consecurive. Con- Place kicker 12003

the co-second and third choices in the Classic, Big The win left the Rattlers iels booted a 12130
Forge and octjsJ.onesome, and licked them both in just one game shy of insuringa goal, his second 13176
the tine time tie in the Southern Intercol- the game, early in 13104
Miss Whirl, meanwhile, won her fourth straight vic- legiate Athletic quarter. 12399
Conference.
tory in the Classic series at the start of the quarterfinalsand Marching back
Gaining 166 yards in the 12114
is expected to lead the pack into the semifinals air, Rattler quarterbacks connected Morris Drwon 12114
when the current fieldof 32 is reduced to 16 after nextSaturday's on 11 of 19 attempts. Brown passed to
quarterfinal windup. The lop-sided, first down McNeil for the 11566
down mass play 11481
,
statistics giving FAMU a 11-3
HURRICANES NOW BOAST THREE QUARTERBACKS advantage, were not indicativeof Wolverine drive. 12593
Russell kicked the
Uni versity of Miami, which has been thriving on sensational -- lers the loose play of the Ratt- The final scoring 12846 11702
Saturday.
quarterbacks over the year, now appears to game came as
FAMU 12846
three sparklers on its hands in Junior Bob Biletnikoffans scored with 5:31 remaining Johnnie Holmes
Sophomores Bill Miller and Joe Howington. All have in the first quarter as tempted punt. Holmes lot; Frank
Jamison
quarterback
shown they can move the Hurricanes who have blown of four Rattler Rudy one ed the ball in the end : ; 186;
quarterbacks
through their last four foes for 111 points dns seem to the final Rattler
be packing: up steam. appearing in the Conferencetitle
When the first quarter injury of Bob Biletnikoff connected on a toss to '
against LSU gave Bill Miller his chance-and Bill had end Andre White. Though White
bobbled the ball, halfback
his first forward pass intercepted, Miami fans wanted to Rudy Cambridge caught the
close their eyes-but any who did, missed some of the
most exciting football the Hurricanes have yet had to
offer. MIAMI TIMES

Miller missed nearly the whole first quarter of the TW --t... :!I

LSU game. He was given lots of rest during the Houston ADS

game while Howington was strutting his stuff but in W 1aI.'JrI'BRlrtG
between times, he has come up with 33 pass comple-
tions for 432 yards and five touchdown throws.

RENTZ IN SPOTLIGHT IN GATOR-'CANES BATTLE 1 1 U'lJlAilr'
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Larry Rentz, the slight former high school American > RESULTS

from Coral Gables, continued his magic touch in ........ ... ,'

his first collegiate appearance, Friday, by leading the -
Baby Gators from Florida to a 15-9 victory over the ,-------------, f
Auburn freshman team in Auburn. I Non-Surgical Office I
The 6-1, 15Q pounder hit Florida end Jim Yarborough I Treatmei' I

I with a 26-yard touchdown pass in the second quar- RUPTURE -' PILES : r bands'I.
ter and minutes later connected on a 27-yard aerial to
Yarbor oigh to the Auburn 2. Florida scored on the next I Rectal Diseases, Vori- 1 '
I COlt Veins, Prostate No 1
play.The Baby Gator victory means that both the Univer- :! lost time Discard Truss I

sity of Miamii freshman team and Flori ea will go into I Upon Correction of Rupture. : .
Friday, Oct. 29's annual Kiwanis Freshman Football 1 Low cost. I -- --
Classic in The Orange Bowl in Miami with perfect rec DR. LONG'S Ritchie re reived

ords. Coach Fran Curci's Baby Hurricanes have prev- ,! 1545 SW 1st St.-FR, 3.2748 I game ball from I

iously dumped FSU 46-35 and Georgia Tech 14-9. ,-------------- !squeaked out a last
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Sorry to say that Lou Farber, Ame man Bantam- and four
weight champion in the early thirties passed away last Orange Blossom Inter
week at the veterans hospntal in Coral Gables. Lou dida I They Confer-have

lot of chanty wor. He was well liked and will be Negro Col-
missed by all. The Veterans Boxing Association Ring
31 were well represented by President Tommy Ross, Talk Starts as undefeat-six
Mickey: Genaro, Billy White Henry Abrahams, Mike Kap- the
lan, Jack Schweitzer, Ben Levene, Irvin Cohen, Chickie

Bogard, Ben Seaman, Al Turner, Hank Kaplan and Ben- except
ny Nabors. The Amer ican Legion Post 85 of which he Keep WinningThe

was a member, Commander Henry Coleman, rendered the
service. May he rest in peace.
Fabulous Orange Blossom com parable Marching
Classic is a special kind] Band made its first
BethuneCookmanTrounces of sports extravaganza which. pearpnce Its famous
invades Miami every December cadence" and
I for three days of excitement like arm movements .
Benedict 42-0 and pagentrV surrounding a top fected by gradually ?
football game with Florida A from standard
and M as host, This year the practices.The .
Daytona Beach Bouncing Oct. 23 finds them in Hunts- date is Dec. 4 I band made
back from being held to a ville, Ala. tangling with Ala- Actually the welcome mat national TV
single touchdown by the stone- bama A&M. The following is out throughout Greater Miami 1963 during the -
wall Morris Brown. line in,, week they journey to Orange- and it's always a toss-up mony of the Pro-Bowl
their second whether the thousands that the Orange Bowl, after
outing, the Be burg, DC. to m et the tough
crowd into the oth invitations began
thune-Cookman Wildcats high South Carolina Sta.q eleven, mamj Cityof to
Miami Orange Bowl the nightof with for the
requests
scoring which
has
run up 98 which handed them the r first
points in three games, rolledUP defeat last year in the Gator. the game are there in ex- appear at all sorts of
42 points on Benedict Col- Bowl. pectationi of an explosive performance sions. !
lege of Columbia, S.C. while Florida fans can see the of a Bobby Hayes or High schools all
the indominatible forward wall Wildca in action Nov. 6 in to witness the spillingoutover country began
the field of the "marchingest" marching units in "
emulated Sandy Koufax in the the Gator Bowl in Jacksonville
last series game and 'pitched' against Clark College of At- band in the land from same syle by
a shutout. lanta Nov. '20 in Tallahassee.A&M.The cadence and arm
lookinh for an upset against event has skyrocketedfrom Many started
This was the first of six Jake Gaither's powerful Rattlers I I the first classic played dickey-type "
road games for the Wildcats and in Tampa Nov. 27 it I before a handful of spectators forms complete with
who
will not return to their the Tilt of Maroon and Gold i in a 2,000 bleacher stadium in It is estimated that
home stadium this season. against Align University.. ;;1933-the FAMU Rattlers beat lion TV viewers plus
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-" "*"*v %>L > % Howard (Washington, D. C.) people i n the stadium
9-6-to ticket sales of more ed at the superb
CENTERVILLAKINDERGARTEN YOU ASKED FOR IT ,than 45,000 for last year's enCounter of the Marching "
when the Grambling post-game show at
5861 NW. 17TH AVENUE REV. IRA McCALL'S Tigers bowed 4215. Championship Football
Founded by J. R. E. Lee, Dec. 27, 1964 in
CERTIFIED PERSONNELHOT GOSPELSHOW Jr., vice president of Florida Although ofr he
LUNCHES A&M University, the OBC has decades, the
been sponsored by the school famous .FAMU musical
PICK-UP SERVICE 12 Noon 2 p.m.MondayFriday throughout its 32-year history. steppers have been

REGISTER NOW Consequently, the Rattlers referred to as the
have always been the host; '100", that's a
6317796 OR 696-3302 1490 WMBM the only team assured of a Marching "200" would
"bowl" game year after year. more appropriate
Mrs. R. E. Copeland, Sup. Pl.ae Tune In The ODC was less than a
tion since 181 all-male
dozen years old when the in-



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L TonightFriday

October 22, at St.
John Institutional Baptist
Church, the third in a series
of Gospel Concerts will be
held to determine the last
groups that will appear at TAFT ST. PALM SPRINGS MILE1375W.4tthSt. 5757 N.W. 27th AVE. 'PERRINESHOPPING 9843 Bird Rd.
a>'front Auditorium October CENTER Miami,Fla. I
31, 1965.Appearing. W.Hollywood Hi.....,,.. MIAMI,FLA. Perrin' ,fla.
226-5631
this Friday, 945-O3S1 21-171 635-0736 635-O736 231.2901
.' will be the Utility Voices,
i Smiling Jubilees, Gospel
Specials, National Golden
Stars and Sunset Travelers. Foam Sectional
This by concert theMinisterial is being sponsored Lay 4 pc.

men's Voter Registrationand _
Get Out the Vote Com- '
mittee.On -t:1: I. .. : I
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October 3lut 'q
Hayfront j + I
Auditorium mommouth gospel at 7:35: programwill p.m., a : I r 11I I ) ,JI'1i. 1J1.iL1LL1'1" -.
be held with mass choirs I
from various churches of
Greater Miami. This also is
being sponsored by the Mln- r
i&terial Laymen's Voter Registration -
and Get Out the Vote ;
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Committee. Plan to attend .
and hear the outstanding .' L _______
gospel groups in the city.
Admission: bl.50.) t tl
Guest ol honor will be Mis.
Athalie Range,candidate ..- [-. Ic. tt
the City Commission(Group
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GHANA AMBASSADOR .. ....
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Washington -( ) --
Lyndon B. Johnson has CUSTOM MADE
announced the appointment of
Franklin H. Williams 47yearold -
native of Flushing N.Y. /l REVERSIBLE
as U.S. Ambassador to Ghana. # ,, ZIPPERED
The U.S. Senate must approve CUSHIONS
the appointment.
Williams. aeraduate of SELF COVERED
Lincoln University (Pa.), for- LIMIT PLATFORMS
merly served with the U.S.
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delegation to the United Nations -
unde f the late UN Am- OVER too TO A CUSTOMER
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