The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 29, 1965
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Volume 43, No. 9 MIAMI, FLORIDA, OCTOBER 29, 1965 16 PAGES


Watered Down "Stop Calls Hayneville verdicts

and Frisk" law Final rtV /Most Dastardly'

Reading WednesdayThe r, Crime Against Justice

city commission pass- Criminal lawyers Negro ) : Martin Luther King called made up to this point in the
ed the controversial "stop leaders and Civil Liberties the jury verdict in Hayneville, South, for if murder can to
and frisk" law by a vote of groups strongly opposed the Ala, Friday, acquitting Collie unpunished, who will dare to
3-2 last Wednesday, after it ordinance, with the result that Leroy Wilkins of the slayingof use public accommodation s
was watered down by amend drastic changes were made. Mrs. Viola Luizzo, "one of or attempt to register to vote
ments.A At Wednesday's session, ? the most dastardly crimes when death may well be the

second, .final reading of Mrs. Wainwright moved the i iM against justice that the South price of these rights."It .
adoption of the original ordinance has performed to date." is also a serious chal-
the law is set for November 3.
Wed- but no one seconded her Dr. King said Saturday in lenge to the nonviolent movement -
The law, as approved
to motion. Then she moved adop- y6'w Paris, France, he is cutting We have been patient.We .
nesday, allows and a policeman demand his tion of the amended version."I short a European trip to return have waited for the morningof .
stop a person
don't think it's as effective home to organize marchesin justice to emerge. Now we
address and an expla-
nation of his actions if the but one-quarter of a protest of the acquittal of have no alternative but to organize -
loaf is better than none. It is of the Klansman in the deathof a massive direct act-
officer believes the person
an emasculation of the originallaw a white civil rights worker. ion movement to make murder
be committing, may
have.may committed, or is aboutto but as late as last nightI + F- King preached at the Ameri- of person in pursuit of their
commit felonv. was told by police officersit can Church Sunday night, and constitutional rights a federal
a will give them a little more gave a speech on "The Churchin crime, tried in the federal

But the person can be only authority that is needed to a World of Revolution" be- judicial seat.
searched if the officer ".. fight crime," she said. //R fore a predominantly French "We will organize marcheson

has probable cause to believehe Mayor Robert King High, 4 4ik7y ,yN s audience. lie spoke in English courthouses, including
is in danger of life or limb" surrendering the gavel to a and an interpretor gave Lowndes Countyand possibly
and wants to search the per- Mrs. Wainwright, secondedthe the translation in French. institute economic sanctions
son for a dangerous weapon. motion for adoption of the lie had previously plannedto against communities which
Vice Mayor Alice Wain- amended version. NI j spend several days in Lon- perpetrate such mockery of
wright in March, proposed the Commissioners i Sidney don, but he returned to the justice, It is either this militant -
original ordinance, which allowed Aronovitz and Steve Clark -, United States Tuesday.The nonviolent solution or
an officer to stop,ques voted against, and Commissioner acquittal of Wilkins, risk the beginning of vigilante
tion and search any person i David T.Kennedy I Gwendolyn Sawyer Cherry was sworn in last week King said, "threatens all of justice from Negroes in the
whose presence gave joined Mrs. Wainwright and as Miami's first Negro woman lawyer. The Florida the progress that we have South."
the officer "cause for alarm." Mayor High in voting "yes." A&M law school graduate will open her practive here

early in 1966. .
f n mx : z" Dodd Johnson Promises

I t'r@!Jiiflfii *TOM- in< w- Cuban r ;Refugee ,"ReseffiemeiifA tra Fight on Crime and Slums, ')tl

Cuban Refugee Resettle- man F. Carroll, Garth Reeves, area caused by refugees.It to explain government policy .

ment Committee was created Budd Cutler, M. L. Reese, Dr. will serve also as a fo- and action which can be givento I Dodd Johnson, Liberty he had been offered money to
last week by the Miami City Jorge de Cubas, the Rev. cal point for federal officials the general public. City private investigator, has get out of the race but let it

Commission to work with federal James Monroe and Rabbi Max promised a war on crime and be known that he is not for
officials in solving prob Shapiro. the elimination of slums if sale.
lems expected to arise with the Miami has been designatedby Women Riot at PrisonGuards elected. Johnson is seekingthe Johnson says he has no

new influx of refugees. the federal government as city commission seat held special group backing him ,
Mayor Robert King High the port of entry for the thou- by David T. Kennedy in Group and he has only been promised
was named committee chair- sands of Cuban refugees ex- at the State Prisonfor Wainwright said that the 5. Mrs. Edith Bradley, wife of contributions by his friends.
he termed"a
man. Other members are; Harry pected to take advantage of Women at Lowell near Oca- disturbance which Constable Ray Bradley, is alsoa lie feels that he has been
Hood Bassett Don la fired tear gas into a dor- slight difficulty, lasted candidate for the
Shoe- Castro's offer to let them post. criticized because some people
maker, Bill Baggs, Mitchell leave Cuba. mitory Wednesday to quell a about an hour, and that the Johnson is in the same think he is running againstMrs.

Wolfson, Sidney Ansin, Tom The committee's main pur- destructive rampage by women only injury was to an inmate race that Attorney Donald Athalie Range, who is a
Welstead, Ed prisoners. who cut her arm smashing a Wheeler Jones had entered,
Stephenson, pose will be to insure the candidate in Group 4.JOHNSON .
Neal Adams, Edwin H. Hill federal government's policy of Director of the Division of window. but later withdrew. He claims
Corrections Louis Wainwright Windows, furniture and a -. ..
Jr., Manola Reyes, Judge Ray resettlement of exiles to other aerti .
Pearson, Amos Martin, Paul areas of the U.S. is carriedout reported the incident in Tal- television set were smashedin The bishop's near 20-years'

Walker M. Lewis Hall Jr., quickly, and to brief officials lahassee after Supt. HerbertC. the dormitory, Wainwrightsaid. service in Liberia was ter-
Kelly refused to take calls He estimated the
Luther Bishon damageat
Pierce Cole- in
on problems the local minated by his retirement last
from news media in the prison. $200 to $300.

3 Boys Held' in Death Heart Attack Causesof year.worked Although closely with retired Ch, I tty he,

president of the Foundation of

Palsy' Victim fatal' Crash of Bishop bishop Episcopal Before of 1 his colleges.Liberia consecration, Dr. Harriswas as

rector of Grace church,
of Bobby Ivey last Tuesday or FREDERICKSBURG, Va.- wanee, Tenn., were hospitalized Norfolk, Va., for 20 years and
Three teenage boys Juve-were whether the case will be turn- (NP1)-A heart attack causedthe after the auto struck a was archdeacon for Negor
ordered held Monday by
Ben ed over to either Circuit or death of former Episcopal tree. work in the Southern Virginia
nile Shep-
Court Judge
Criminal Court.If bishop, the Rt. Rev. Bravid diocese from 1937 to 1944.
pard for a preliminary hearingin the three boys Washington Harris and not an Bishop Harris served in
the fatal beating of a frail Liberia from 1945 to 1964. -
and 15 old tried auto accident, as first reported -
years are
cerebral palsy victim.At for first degree murder, the it was ruled last week. Since then, he had been living Give
next Monday's preliminary case will go to Circuit Court. The attack occured as the and working out of the New
hearing Judge Sheppardcan York Episcopal[ office. lie also -
A lesser degree 'of murder or bishop, 69, was driving to a
decide whether the Juve- head of the Foundation
meeting in Richmond. His was
nile Court will keep jurisdiction -Criminal manslaughter Court.will go before wife, Flossie Mae, 66, and of Small Episcopal Col- UNITED FUNDand

in the Florida City slaying Arthur B. Chitty, 51, of Se- leges. I Ii

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I Waste Division Employees See Better Department Under Patterson I

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Dade County made history charge of trash and garbage derable sanitation experience, strike after Hurricane Betsy. crewshortage left Dade's
Monday when it was announcedthat operations in unincorporatedDade having worked with the City of Absenteeism and agitation garbage in a bad way.

a 32-year-old Negro was County, said County Savannah, and having been among dissatisfied garbage A Georgian by birth, Pat-
appointed Waste Division Super- Manager Porter Homer. union representative for seven handlers have hampered the terson is a member of Greater
intendent by County Manager There are nearly 500 em- years. division for seven weeks.A Bethel A.M.H. Church and a
Porter W. Homer. The an- ployes in the division, mostly He has attended several major demand of the 292 director of the Urban League.
nouncement was made by Pub- white, and the superintendent'ssalary short courses in employee- toters was for a "change of lie and his wife, Maxin, own
lic Works Director John J.cCue. is $11,600 per year. employer relations and is a attitude" among supervisory home at 1479 N.W. 50th St.,
Negro employees were over- graduate of a short course in personnel at waste operation and have five children Andre
Clarence Patterson, inter- joyed at the appointment of labor management relation at headquarters in North Dade. Debra, Robert, Clarence
national representative of the soft-spoken, well liked the University of North Caro- Patterson's appointment was Jr., and Theodore. m ,
AFL-CIO's State, County and Patterson and predicted a much announced as Metro continuedto
lina.Dade's I
Municipal Employes' Union, better run department. Waste Division has get garbage collection restored He succeeds Fred Stutz,
will become superintendent on been having labor trouble schedule after veteran county employee who
Patterson comes to the to a recent -- ----
Nov. 1 and will have full county service with consi- ever since the bitter five-day 10 days of bad weather retired in March 1964. PATTERSON


2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 29, '1965,

To Be Equal

by Whitney ,M. Young Jr. A'' F&I

Executive Director National Urban League


The steady diet of prejudice which most book pub-I
lishers have been feeding our children has been

liantly documented in a recent article appear in g in our
foremost literary journal, The Saturday Review I

The magazine s lead article, "The All-White Worldof I
Children's Books," is an incisive and exhaustive I ,
analysis of thousands of book titles which have rr gular-I
ly been finding their way into our homes, schools and I '

libraries. J I
Written by Nancy Larrick, former president of the I
International Reeding Association, the article finds our

publishin industry guilty of creating stereotyped imagesof I ,, .; t J

Negroes or of leaving them out 61 books entirely. It ..... ... -
also rips the damage such books Inflict in white child administration, feels certain high School will result in tn
ren. BROWNSVILLE CLASS highest record of attendancefor that the current attendance outstanding record for this
Says author Larrick, "Although his light skin makes HAS BEST the first six weeks period. drive at Brownsville Junior year. I
him one of the world's minorities, the white child learns Students were further stim- ...dDallas'
from his books that he is the kingfish. There seems to ATTENDANCE RECORDThe ulated by the organization ofa

be little chance of developing the humility so urgently students of Browns- on-Attendance student group SOA called) Squad-which Cette Rosette

needed for world cooperation, instead of world conflict, ville Junior High School began has dedicated itself to the offers beauty at its best.
as 'long as our children are brought up on gentle dosesof the school year with vigor task of enoouragibf studentsto the
racism through their books." and determination to boost come to school every day Featuring very latest
The Saturday Review writer sifted through 5,206 their attendance record. The and on time. Our specific job t in hair styling at prices

books turned, out by 63 publishers duri ng the 1962-64 drive forincreasedattendance which the SOA has undertakenis r 111 I to suit you. The latest
record at the end of the six that of making direct, con- .
period. Her findings 349 include
: only one or more Ne-
.., in wigstyling by Tawan.
tact with students who are .
would win .
weeks period an
groes-an average of 6.7 percent. "Among the four,pub
lishers with the attendance prize and a banner. frequently absent from schoolby na.X61 .
largest list of children's books, she of call or Dallas
Homerooms winning the at way a telephone
writes, "the percentage with Negroes is one-third lower
tendance banner for the first home visit. The SOA was so '
. than this percentage. six weeks on each grade designed to give the studentsan f :' ;
"These four firms-Doubleday, Franklin Watts, Macmillan level were 7-10, Mrs. Enid C. opportunity to improve their 't'fii IS) tt6
and Harper and Row-published 866 books, and Johnson; 8-6, Mrs. Yvonne own attendance problems.Miss .
only 4.2 percent have a Negro in text or illustration." Sharfner Tartt; and 9-2, Hilry Florence Griffin, spon- lt, .. ...,, :",, lR' LITS
of the SOA is work- p '''''
Eight book houses, she adds, produced only all-white Gilbert. Special congratulations sor group ; % <
books* and among those which said their text depicted went to Mrs.' Johnson's ing this enthusiastically drive a success.to Charles make : J 8' !:l i bbb175$481:
Negroes some don't look colored at all but left the reader 7th grade homeroom shown in for
the picture for maintaining the Gray, assistant principal
wondering if the subject didn't suffer from sunburn.

Miss Larrick says one five-year-old Negro girl look*
ing at a nursey book in.school asked, "Why are they always Gloria Adams is Finalist in
white children-a question today's publishersmust
ponder. This certain V Has a crippling effect on the Achievement
mental growth of our 6,340,000 non-white children JOEY CLEMENTSGRAY
"learning to read and understand the American of
way Samuel O. Cohen although all will complete a
life in books which either omit them entirely or scarcely of Miami Northwestern three-hour assessment battery SECURITY SERVICE
mention them," she notes. Senior High School announcedthis which Includes an objectivetest
In Cleveland, Chicago, St. Louis and Washington, week that Gloria M. of educational development. 301 ROPER BUILDING
D. C. the majority of public school children are Negro.In Adams, daughter of Mrs. EdithK. These test results will
many other cities-Newark Detroit Atlanta and Philadelphia Adams of 3000 N.W. 71st be available to a second selection (INVESTIGATION DIVISION)

, they make up a high percentage of the total. Street, has been named as one committee, which will
Will they go on getting the impression that life in their of the Finalist in the 1965-66 choose scholarship winners CIVIL CRIMINAL INSURANCE SECURITY
city.holds no future for them. encouraging a "what'stheuse" National Achievement Scho- from among the Finalists.

attitude? Will this attitude, shaped so early, char- larship Program for outstanding -
acterize our next generation of urban unemployables, Negro students. She is

rioters and delinquents? And when today's children do pointed among nationwide.More 1,029 Finalists. ap-

find a picture of a black person will it be that of a slaveor than 200 of these

a share-cropper, a migrant worked or nanny? students will win four-year / 1 1I
Certainly no federal aid should go to any school scholarships ranging in value
district in America which provides only all-white text- from $1,000 to $6,000 ($250to
books, a clear violation of Title VI of the new Civil $1,500 per year), depending I, 'I. .
Rights Act. on the need. Ford Foundation 1A

Yes, many publishers are trying; some very hard. grant funds underwrite 200 i
Virtually every major text book publisher has attendedthe Achievement Scholarshipsand
last two annual conferences of the National Urban corporate sponsors provide -
League held to discuss methods of correcting the all- additional awards. Win
will be announced in Fe-
white image. Some are making significant gains. But ners
Miss Larrickwrites that only 9 percent of 1965's aop of The Finalists attend schoolin

children's books include one or more Negroes-a paltry 39 states and the Districtof
gain of 1.5 percent over the dismal 1964 performance.No Columbia. They were chosen
wonder Augusta Baker, coordinator of Children's by a selection committee
Services for the New York Public Library, our nation's which considered 5,600 nomi-
largest, says: "Really fine books Portraying a positive nees submitted by nearly
picture of Negroes) are still scarce'''* 1,550 secondary schools. All
The publishing industry is on trial. It has the intel- American high schools, pub- finance Your '66 Car with Our
ligence, know-how resource and capacity to imbue lie and private, were invitedto
all America's children with self-respect and pride in nominate candidates.All .
their humanity their land. How Finalists and a further
common common long AUTO
will this industry lag behind the march of legend? In group of 1,950 runnerup stu- LOAN !
Miss Larrick's words: "Integration may the law of the dents were commended to the
land but most of the books children see are all-white." attention of all U. S. accredited -
colleges and universities. .
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Detailed information on each '
Modernistic SalonTo Finalist is also being sent to 1. Shop around, for the car you want. Bring us the

Beauty the colleges he has indicated make, modeland 1 price :' ke; ,
a specific interest in attend- '

Move To New Location ing.These reports have increased 2. We, will okay your loan quickly":and with no red

I The owner and operators of 44th Street vicinity and to the visibility of out- + tape. Our loan policy I is, very liberal we want
i the Modernistic Beauty Salon anyone else who would liketo standing Negro students and ,to make loans.. 1O'; < ,
formerly located at 826 N.W. come into our salon. expanded their educational 'j $ '

3rd Avenue wish to announce While we have the opportu- outlook, according to Hugh W. 3. Interest can ,Leas low'as 4%% o ;a new car, and
that they will move to the following nity we would like to thank the Lane, Achievement Program '
location on Monday, Lowrie family, owners of the Director. "Colleges are helped payments for as long as 36 monthsthe lowest

November 1. 1965. building at our former location, in their efforts to locate payments'possible. also make loans on used
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MODERNISTICBEAUTY for being so very cooperative talented I Negro students "
cars up to 5 old.
SALON through the years.MIAMI through these reports," Lane years ,
4421 N.W. 17th Avenue said. "Many colleges have
Miami, Florida expanded their admissions
Telephone: 6359153We programs to include the high- LINCOLN NATIONAL BANKOF
also wish to expressour TIMES schools from which Finalistscome. *= .
sincere thanks and appre- .. t' This gives the studentsa MIAMI
wider choice and more
ciation to our many fine cus- ADS chance for help from other First fully integrated bank In the entire Southeast
tomers who found it convenient -
srsioflpS!:!'' sources." right here in the Edison Financial Center
to patronize us during the:
6013 N.W. 7th Avenu Phone 7594431NOW
many years that we spent at *
our old address. It was indeed All 5,600 nominations were
I L; ,...... PROVIDING
a pleasure to serve you read by the selection committee. NEW EXTENDED BANKING HOURS
and if you find it convenient, Selection was based on Monday Tu.idoy, Wednesday, Thursday 9i30 am to 2 pm; Fridays 9\30 am to 2 pm
.. we would like tohave your con- .RESULTS information supplied by can- and 5 pm to 8 pm. Drlve.ln) Window open Monday thru Friday 2 to 5 pm; Saturday 9 to
tinued patronage. ... ..- didates and their schools. noon.
We invite the patronage of Uniform test scores were not Member! Federal
residents of 17th Avenue and used in choosing Finalists R..erve System and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

," ---> .' ,..--.. ._, : :-" :- -..'" "' ;."" ';-".:----'* .,.. THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 29. 1965 3

':: 't, 'NAACP State Meet West:7' 'f Ministers Say Mrs. Range

j, .,;;-;.,,\.". in :" -, iM"" 'Jtij i WHAT ISLONGHORN

L Palm : Solid Choice to Win Nov. 16With
Beach WeekendThe
the solid support of and overall precinct activities ?
'" over 75 members of the cloth I
state* office of the ployment that will include full partici-
Florida State Conference of sion, Opportunity Commis failure to notify registrants of and clergy, members of the pation of every registered voter
D.C. new addresses who failedto
NAACP Branches announcedthat or Laymen's Committee and the and friend.
the 26th Annual Meetingof the Religious Cousin Leader's will speak at. vote in any election last Rangettes solid hard hitting I, strongly urge one and all
Confer year led to the tremendousloss of ladies from various
the largest Civil Rights group to join the "RANGE VICTORY 1
organization ence on Thursday
in Florida will con- while Rev. Edwards at 10 a.m. in voting" strength among parts of the city Mrs. Range TEAM." ,
will give Negroes. leads all candidates for the
vene in West Palm Beach Be- the keynote
ginning Oct. 28. The meeting day address on Thurs- "These voting dropouts"pose City Commission.The For information call FR
night. Mr. Redwine will as great a problem as the
1-3212 3731626.
will close with apublib meet- address coming weeks will see or
the Freedom Awards Negro who drops out of school
ing at the Tabernacle Baptist stepped up program that will Released from the officeof
Banquet at which time ,before he completes his edu-
Church on Sunday afternoon, an expose Mrs. Range to many the Ministerial Laymen'sVoter
award "
will be given to A. cation. The NAACP will con- hundreds of in the Registration and Ge t
Oct. 31, the' announcement Phillip persons $
? Randolph as Florida's sider a massive drive at its Miami Out the Vote Committee. Rev. 1a2
stated, First in Civil Rights. area, full page ads, organizational -
Annual State Convention Next endorsements Thedford Johnson, Chairman.
Speakers for the convention Mrs. Ruby Hurley.S.E. Reg week.

which expects between ISO ional Director will address "Since we will be meetingin
200 branch leaders will be the dress the annual Woman's Con- West Palm Beach, we will FEATURING THE NEW
Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor of Florida Get Six New
Greater Bethel AME Church, ference on Saturday afternoon. join with local leadership of to DAK SLACK SUIT
All sessions will be held at that county to formulate a program
Miami Isadore Edwards, pres- the New Bethel there. Other affected
Baptist Church areas Pants for Sale
ident, the Lee County Branch, 911 9th Street, West Palm will be Hillsborough, Brev- Opportunity CentersWashington Unclaimed
and a member of the U.S. Civil Beach ard and our Okaloosa Units,"
Rights Advisory Committee for WILL MAP STRATEGY TO he stated. Sanders pointed out ALTERATIONS AND

Florida; Eugene Hampton, FIND VOTING DROPOUTS that in Brevard County, two Secretary of Youth Opportunity Centers REMODELINGFAST

National Youth Director of Calling many of the persons registrations are required, one Labor W. Willard Wirtz announced serve all youth and will provide
New York; Earl J. Redwine, purged from voting lists "vot- for the City and another for the today that Ft. Lau- special counseling and SERVICE

Community Action Program officer ing dropouts," Robert W. Saun- County and Statewide elec derdale, Jacksonville, Orlando ..guidance services for the dis-
for the Office of Economic 717 NW 62 Sf
defs, filed director tions. Persons registering for
in Florida, Pensacola, Tampa, and I advantaged. Expansion of the
Opportunity, Atlanta and on said today that The "NAACP local elections cannot vote in.hte West Palm Beach will have centers will create a number j
Sunday, Charles Duncan, Gen- would map strategy tour or national campaigns," new Youth Opportunity Cen of new positions within the PL-3901
eral Counsel for the Equal Em- I
claim those persons whose he reported. ters (YOC) established in the centers, State Employment w

very near future. This is i iService youth programs, re- while walt
A you
addition to the YOC now in habilitant services and will
Miamian Gets Mastersin White Reader operation in Miami. expand local public employment "Anytime"B

I "The increase in these service office staffs.
needed services should be
Gov't Protests -
Administration considered a reflection of the
growing concern for
Sylvester Murray, planningand and State Government. He is Alabama its youth, particularly those & B EMPLOYMENT
research assistant in the the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. between 16 and 21 who are

Office of Daytona Beach City Murray of 1034 N.W. 77th St. undereducated" Secretary 1336 & 38 NW 3rd Ave.
Manager Hickey has receivedhis After serving six months as JusticeLETTER Wirtz said.

master's degree in govern- an intern, Murray was promoted Established 15 years

mental administration from to his present position He TO THE EDITOR SEANCE TEA
the Wharton Graduate Schoolof also serves as the city's first FR 32106JOBS

the University of P nnsyl- planning and :zoning administrator Editor: Progressive Social Club

vania. invites you and your friendsto JOBS JOBS
Murray 24, who came to Murray, who received his Although a witness to the a Seance Tea, Sunday, Oct.
the city as a management intern bachelor's degree from lin- shooting of Mrs. Viola Luizzo 31, at the home of Mr. and Available NOWIII!!!

in July, 1964, as a Fels coln University, Chester, Pa., furnished facts that would Mrs. J. Love, 5531 N.W. 24th
Scholar, is the first Florida previously completed major stand up in any court of jus Ave, from 4 to 6 p.m. Service Station Maids Pvt Home

Negro to receive one of the projects for the City of Phila- tice, justice miscarried recently Mrs. F. Love, chairman; ; Truck Drivers Hotel Maids
coveted scholarships offeredby delphia and the Lower Merion, in Hayneville, Ala. by W. J. Engram, co-chairman;
the Fels Institute of Local Pa., Township. means of the opinions of jur- Lillie M. Wood, reporter.LONGHORNI. Hotel Porters Cooks Pvt. Home
ors who considered her "in- Cook Rest. Cooks
"ferior" for working with Ne- Dish Washers Dav Workers

'20 Howard Profs groes.I would like to challengesuch Tire Changers Laundry

so-called MANY MANY MORE
) inferiority.One .
1 ,,; "yin ,'
; .
of the greatest honors in )
:. ; .' my life was when I was a .
Key university professor where I

worked with Negroes and
WASHINGTON, D.C.-Pro- Magazine. The article, titled whites, no segregation. Because
sident Lyndon Johnson's recent "Howard's Role in Leader- I worked gratis, I had FOR THE FINEST APARTMENTS AT MODERATE RATESCALL
appointment of Howard ship of Nation Evident in what salary would have been
University President JamesM. Recent Federal Service Appointments mine, allocated to benefit deserving -

Nabrit, Jr. to the post of ," includes among needy students. In so AL4
U. S. Representative on the the school's alumni holding doing, was I "inferior" to the BONDED
such posts Export-Import all-white whose (
United Nations Security Council jurors opine
Bank Director Hobart Taylor,
brought to 20 the numberof ions supplant facts?
Jr., U.S. Solicitor General Let God be the
Howardites now holding judge.
Thurgood Marshall, Ambassador -
high echelon posts on nat to Luxembourg Patricia Yours for justice, ic1 RENTAL .
ional and international
govern Annetia Knox
Roberts Harris, and Districtof
mental bodies. In addition,
Columbia CommissionerJohn
five Howard graduates are
now serving as judges in U.S. B. Duncan.

These facts and figures',TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO REPAIR SPECIAL ,
the basis for the
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4 THE MIAMI. TIMES, Friday, October 29, 1965 buildings on sons Ye Editor has ever, met. She has a pleasing per.
Our meetings were held in one of the sonality, ability and ingenuity, and is admired by all
sessions tours were
the grounds. Between business
.. agents of the society.
made of the and its environs. Going around moun
city The Hendersons have a daughter, a graduate
roads is thrilling, if your heart is of
through narrow
Mass. now studying language
Tusts,Medford, in Dijon
in But drivers are experts at it, so you
good shape.
France, and a son graduate of Lehigh, Penn, Universil:
have no fear. We returned to enjoy another native pre-
j l- law at Columbia University
E. SfGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher pared lunch and to browse around or swim for the ba- ty, studying President Henderson, returning from, a New York.
GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor six-week
lance of the afternoon.One
at Barbados.The
the .
world tour, joined group
afternoon cruiseon
of our exciting outings was an
M.mbr of the Notional N.w pop.tt Publlahera Association the auxiliary yacht "Bounding Home" with Capt. following agents and associates were present-:

SUBSCRIPTION RATES Peter Satliff. We encountered a squall that dropped the Hollis Travel: Leola Edness, Lorelta Hollis, L
OHE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $&.00 mainsail and made it uncomfortable for some of our Rollins; Brown Travel: Frank Brown, E. Cora, Good:

Ent.r* Office at Miami Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 some of our folks jumped overboard and swam to their derson, E. Gore, C. Lewis, M. M. Russell; North's
satisfaction. Charles North was one of the swimmers. Travel: C. North, H. E. S. Reeves, D. Guischard; Tro-
Office at 6740 H.W. 15th Avenue Phone OX 1-0421 Another that had everybody watching was Miss Gloria pical Tours: R. Barnes, C. Coffield; Cooper Travel;

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" Cora of New York. She is but 18 years old, but what a J. Cooper; Euro-Carib Tours: Joseph Delain; Alaskan
The NEGRO PRESS b.llev the world from racial and national antagonism when It accords swimmer!
to every man regardless of race, creed or color his During the evening we were dinner guests of the can. __
human and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no .tian-the Lion's Club at the Silver Sands.On .
4egro Press strives to help every man in the firm belief that Sunday morning Ye Editor attended Mass at St. I[ PUN PHUN l
.Jl men are hurt as long as anyo Is held back. George's Anglican Church, the Ven. R. S. Maxwell, of-
ficiating. A large congregation was present and an interesting I The Communists who have I was surprised that Pope
YE EDITOR'S NOTE BOOKAs sermon by a pastor whose name I fail to re- condemned capitalism, seemto Paul, on his recent historic
have decided to switch visit to the States, didn't
member. There good music and hearty singing. g0
promised last week, Ye Editor now tells some was rather than fight. Russia is to St. Louis. I thought he
Today our president of the Travel Agents Society, to the profit system would want
things about his Caribbean visit with the InterAmerican turning to see the Cardi.
Travel Agents Society of which he is an honorary Mrs. Freddye Henderson, and some of our group left for and Cuba is encouraging flee nals.
Trinidad. .
member. Leaving Miami on Tuesday, Oct. 12, by BWIA enterprise.
Returning to the Silver Sands Hotel, there was already Foreign countries have
Jet, we made stops at Montega Bay and Kingston, Jamaica -
prepared for us a delicious breakfast. A walk The real switch will come been getting so many donat
Antigua, and San Juan, Puerto Rico.
; when the Commies return to ions from the U.
around these beautiful grounds and on the beach, sharp- S. that we
Antigua is said to be the "Isle of Royal Charm.
the Prophet system.
ened our appetites for what was our final lunch in may someday become knownas
Historically, it is a fascinating island, linked with Why did I say recently that the dough-nation.
Grenada at the Silver Sands. We went all out for a
',Lord Nelson and the Royal Navy in the 18th and 19th spe- the Los Angeles riots will *
cial drink our host had been serving us soursop pre-
? Be-
centuries.At speed up integration With the heavy influx of
4 p.m. we were at our destination, Barbados. pared Grenada style. cause I felt that the sensible refugees from Cuba, the economic
Now we began packing our bags, as we are to citizen would see Watts up situation in Miami may
BARBADOSWe leave on Monday. There were only four of our group and do Watts got to be done to become grave. So what' We
left in the city. change the situation. can ar-Range to elect a mortician
weremetby some agents who preceded us, representatives Some of the guests fished from the dock. North to undertake the lob of
of the Barbados Tourist- Board and the expressed a desire for a deep-sea fishing trip, but Riots, sit-ins, etc., seem solving the problems involved.
press. Clearing customs, we were taken to our respective somehow Ye Editor did not go for it this time,so swim- to prove that America has to Besides, it's time to bury Jim
hotels. Ye Editor and Charles North were among ming was the order followed. indulge in a free-for-all before .Crow.
others at the Colony, one of the luxury beach hotels. Grenada, known as the isle of spice, is one of. the all. it can become free

Here the scenery is beautiful, the cuisine and beautiful islands of the West I ndies. St. George's is YOU'LL LOVE

service satisfactory. As you dine, chirping sparrowsand the capital. It is the most southerly of the Windward Have you ever wondered
red breasts fly by, once in while lighting on or Islands, and was discovered in 1498 by Christopher why our personal shortcomingsare
near the tables as much as to say, "Ladies and gen- Columbus who became its first cruise visitor. As a result call vices? It's because ..LONGHORNI'Community !

lemen, you are welcome." of a war between Britain and France in 1756, Gre- they have a strong grip on us.
We enjoyed the Colony, the beach and the swim- nada passed into the hands of the British. It revertedto

ming pool. the French rule for a short time, but was ceded to
On Thursday a seminar on Barbados tourist sea- England in 1783 and remained under the British govern-
son was held, followed by shopping and swimming. ment. Drug

During the evening there was a reception at the Grenada's main exports are cocoa, nutmeg and
Blue Water Hotel. There are several beach hotels, bananas.

among them: the Paradise, Colony, Mirimar, and the The beautiful hotels are well patronized during the 99$ SPECIAL 99 *
Sam Lord's Castle. Following inspection of the Sam winter season. Grenada can boast of having a Negro
Lord's Castle we lunched as guests of the Barbados Mayor in St. George's. Her name Miss Gloria Bernan.

Tourist Board, We were entertained with dancing and a The population of Grenada is 88,000.TRINIDAD .
floor show. ,: a MAALOX
The Sam Lord's Castle is real interesting since

its builder was such a character. Pirate Lord would 12 OUNCES
send out slaves in long boats to murder survivors from It's Tuesday and we're nearing the end of our Jour- REGULAR
ships he wrecked, bring the booty and hide it in caveson ney. Officially, the convention is over, but those of us 1.49
the beach. Lord married an English-born wife who who have not seen this beautiful city before are cer-

disapproved of his tactics, so he cast her into his tainly enjoying it. Here we are living at the Trinidad SpeciaI..99Friday
dungeon.His. Hilton, the newest luxury 260-room hotel where you des-
method of wrecking ships was hanging lanternsin cend from the ground lobby to your room. It was strange

palm trees. From over the reefs the captains of trea- going down to our room 223, but we got used to it in a Oct. 29 through Thursday, Nov. 4
sure-laden ships believed they looked like a lighthouse.It hurry. There Ye Editor hears, will soon be another

is said that 16 ships were wrecked between 1834 300-room)( Hilton hotel completed. 6750 NW 15 AYE
and 1841.In Christopher Columbus discovered Trinidad 467
the castle we saw rich mahogany furniture, years ago. It was then inhabited by Indians. Spain made
Persian carpets, and rare crystal taken from the ships several attempts to settle the island, but it was not Telephone 6916651From
sunk. This castle is said to be a must for visitors. until 1592 that the first permanent settlement of Span-

Barbados has a population of nearly 900,000. In iards was established. In 1780 the French from Haiti .....
1959 it was 738 180. As early 1854, Barbados was des- and the other French islands went bv thousands to --
cribed as one of the richest spots in the world. Its air- settle in the island. They brought sugar cane and pros- j

port is 15 miles from the city, but transportation is always perity soon followed. The English captured the islandin I diapers to diplomas--
available. 1797 and it has remained British. In 1962 Trinidadand
Your[ look to for and
There are eight schools for boys and eight for Tobago became independent, self-governing mem- 4 education.Here you support
girls, and also the well-known Codrington College, foun- bers of the British Commonwealth of Nations. is where
ded in 1710. Barbados is self-governed, with a cabinet Trinidad is 65 miles long and 48 miles broad, hasa j the INSURANCE can give
help need.
and premier. Bridgetown is the capital.Of total population of 827,957 according to the 1960 you

the more than passing interest to Ye Editor and census. It's made up of East Indians, Negroes, whites, I
Charles North was their visit to the Court House where Chinese, Syrians and mixed. There are 358,588 Ne-

stands a bronze bust of Sir Conrad Reeves, a former groes; 301,496 East Indians; 134,749 "mixed;" 15,718 SEE A CENTRALREPRESENTATIVE
Chief Justice of the island, said to be the only Negro whites; 8,361 Chinese; 1,500 Syrians. Port of Spain hasa I
knighted by the late Queen Victoria. population of 94,000.We I

Following is the inscription: made tour of this beautiful city, Port-a-Spain, j TODAYHe j
"This bust of Sir William Conrad Reeves, Chief and saw many historic places, shopping centers and I II

Justice of Barbados from 1866 to 1902 is placed hereas fine looking homes and wide streets. I
a lasting and gratifying memorial of his distinguished Trinity Cathedral was consecrated on Trinity Sun-
service in the House of Assembly from 1874 to day 1823. will assist you in working our a program II

1888 and especially for his part in developing and Columbus' statue stands on a site to the east of I that will guarantee that your dreams for your
maintaining the Constitutional Rights of the institutionin the Rom'w Catholic: Cathedral in Columbus Square. children will come true.The .
the critical period from 1876 to 1878. The National Museum and Art Gallery near the Botanic I
"His record in the legislature and on the bench Gardens was formerly the residence of the governor. CENTRAL offers very attractive Modern

was a long record of faithful service to all citizens of The old house, built in 1820, was remodelled in 1867 k Policies to fit your particular needs up to the I

this country." but destroyed by fire. The present was built in 1875at jamount of $50,000. I It
"Palman Qui Meruit Ferat. (Let him wear the a cost of $45,000. WHOLE
crown who deserves it.) We took a picture of the bust Among guests at the. Hilton during our stay were I
with Ye Editor on the right side and Charles stand- Miss Universe, Thailand's Apastro Hong Sakula, and EDUCATIONAL
ing on the left. We are relatives of the late Sir Conrad Miss USA, Miss Sue Ann Downey. j MORTGAGE REDEMPTION TERM

Reeves. Tuesday evening's entertainment on the spacious t RETIREMENT
Barbados, is the only place -outside'America that grounds of the Hilton Hotel was largely attended. A j I

Major George Washington ever visited, (1751). floor show, dancing (calypso style). Every table was HEALTH I
occupied. Refreshments included barbecued pigs and I AND FAMILY GROUP PLAN

GRENADAAt chicken plus practically everything you can think of, I

Grenada we were greeted by Goodwin Friday of served buffet style in the spacious garden around the : Central Life Insurance Co.
ITAS, representatives of the Tourist Board and others, pool.
then domicile for Here's a word or two about our energetic presidentof Of Florida
taken on a tour of the city, to our the
jtwo or three days the Silver Sands Hotel. This beach the Travel Society, Mrs. Freddye Henderson of Atlanta "THE FRIENDLY COMPANY
hotel is owned by Mr. Eversley Gittens and his wife, Ga., and her husband, Jake, as we refer to him. j
Eila. It is Negro-owned, well-furnished, with satisfactory Ye Editor had the pleasure of meeting this gentlemansome HOME OFFICE TAMPA, FLORIDA
service. Here we enjoyed native dishes of all kinds. time ago. I BRANCH OFFICES STATEWIDE
You fish from the jetty and swimming is a must. Mrs. Henderson is one of the most congenial per- I





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Attorney Edwin Davis of Montgomery, Alabama is rrr h ,';/ ''D:-Goodman;and.'Son,'Inc. I'I ,

in the city visiting with relatives and, friends. ; '."hUurmftc, Rl Eida te, Mori******, .t
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Saturday evening. Link Maude presented each mem "
ber attending a hand-made windbreaker scarf in the
organization's colors of green and white.

Rev. and Mrs. Benjamin Haille (Eldoris StylesOf

Crescent City, Florida are in town to attend the funeralof yacH, x.P
her aunt, Mrs. Edith Bowles. Mrs. Bowles is the
sister of Mrs. Mary Styles. .

October 31st is the birthday of Juliette Gordon
Lowe, founder of Girl Scouting in the United States.
Ell can a Ervin Davis perches sponsored by the Iron Horse
We are in need of adult volunteers to carryout our prettily atop a motorcycle after Motorcycle Club, Charter No.
program. "Girl Scouting, a promise in action," wouldbe being crowned Miss Motorcycle 1557. Miss Bessie B. String-
possible for many girls who are now on the waiting 196566. Runnerup in the state- field of 2400 N.W. 152nd Terr
lists because there just aren't enough leaders. Won't wide contest was Lerjene is president. The event cul-
you help by volunteering? Call Mrs. William Littles, Hodge. minated the first anniversaryof 18th
6915615. the club.- Johnson of Miami century
The spectacular event was photo.
Get well wishes are for Herbert Davis in Cedars makes

Lebanon, Louvenia Cambridge at Jackson and Mae IN RECITALA POINSETTIA BRIDGE discovery
Davis, (Patsey Moss' mother). program of varied arias
will be sung by Priscilla Lev- CLUB MEETS martinis drier
Sympathy to the at the Grand United Or-
Sydney, Brennan, Myers, Brown, erity The Poinsettia Bridge Club
Rolle, Johnson, Bethel. and Cambridge families in the der of Pall Bearers Hall 5525 held its first meeting of the
loss of their loved ones. NW 7th Ave. oh Sunday, Oct. fiscal year at the home of than British wit ?
31 at 4 p.m. Priscilla is the
Bawl Saturday, Oct.
Julia McKenzie of Nassau spent the weekend as daughter of Rudolph and Gloria 9. Short business was railed
house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Asquith McDonald. Leverity and is a studentat to order at 6:30 by the presi-
Allapattah School. She has
appeared in recital at the age dent, Poinsettia Polite. Discussions Crisp-cool, crackling dry
The Church of the Incarnation is sponsoring a of five and since then have and plans for the Gordon's. The glorious,
Fashion Show and Dance on Friday evening at the FOP contributed to musical enjoy- year were the important fea- gleaming gin that's big-
Hall on 27th Avenue and 155th Street.If ment on various programs. tures, entered around new seller in England.And .
Make this a must on your cal- members and an outing or trip
endar for an afternoon of musi- for the Spring. in America. And
you've never had the pleasure of going to "Disneyland" At the close of the busi- in
cal charm she is being spon- all the rest of the
in Los Angeles then let's just wait and go sored by Mr. and Mrs. H. Higgs ness there was so much chit- martini-relishing world.
on up to our Disneyland in Orlando. and the Grand United Order of a-chatter and so glad to see
Pall Bearers. you, the bridge games were Next time you find your-
Congratulations to Cherry Mills Boyer,and her cochairman cornered until the next meet- self in possession of a few
for a very successful Woman's Day at Greater DT ELKS PLANNING ing. drops of vermouth, mix Di

Bethel Church, Rev.Cousin,pastor had on last Sunday. COCA-COLA SIP Cards were cut for the them with Mr. Gordon's la ltDlnr

Miami's Mayor Chuck Hall shared in the .worship ser- The Dt. Elks of Greater prizes.Outler Poinsettia were the Grant fortunate and celebrated 18th century CG .w.

service. Miami Temple No. 769 are''ones' of first and second discovery. The result
planning their annual Coca-
prizes.A will drier than British 7
Birthday wishes to David Davis, Reginald Sands, Cola Sip and style show for delicious dinner was be :
and Catherine Wilson.Be Sunday, Nov. 14 from 5-9 p.m. served bv the Hostess, Poin- wit. And possibly even
at the fabulous ContinentalClub settia Bawl. Meeting was ad- more entertaining. t00U
a "good guy", give to the United Fund.
6000 NW Ave. journed until next month, Nov. i orTo .
Dt. Vera Williams is chair- 13, 7 p.m., home of PoInsettia ,
Daniels Butterfield NuptialsByrdie man of the affair. Dt. Alice Bryant. I ),
Lowe, well known model from 7J
A. Daniels andJack Campbell as bet t man. this area is chairman of fashion -
A. Butterfield were married The bride wore a street show. Guest model from
Sunday, Oct. 24 in the Greater length gown of pink silk shan- Fort Lauderdale.The \ :: '

Bethel The Church bride is Miami.the daughterMrs. tung der place lenghth with by satin a veil double trim.was A crown held shoul-of in mittee make are chairman this working a gala and affair.untiringlyto her com- :-:tiff" a PEST... Call" the BEST !

Estella Chinn of Mead.
pink sequins, a corsage of '
vine, Pa. ,
pink and white baby roses.
The groom is the son of 'HIDE COUNTY TEN BEST .
Doris Robinson wore a
Elbert Butterfield of Nassau.A .
street \ green dress k.
ring ceremonywas with matching accessories.
performed at 6 p.m. by A wedding dinner followedthe The Episcopal Churchwomen -
the Rev S. A. Cousin. The of the Transfiguration is
ceremony at the famous
bride was attended by Doris sponsoring its Inaugural Ele-
Bon Fire. Guests at the bridal EXTERMINATORS
Robinson as matron of honor. gance de L'heure, Fashionsby
party were Mrs. Jo Ann Camp- :
The groom choose Jake S. bell and Ronnie Williams. the Hoyr, and presenting
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Bo Anderson is a guy that came to Miami not too
long ago. I have never asked him where he was from,
or anything else for the matter, but I do know that he 60000 H.W.1ta Ava.
was manager or road manager for Sam & Dave (our two
local boys who have made good). From time to time, '"
M would hear about Bo promoting a show here and'show a "WHERE THE

there. Some were good and most, in my opinion ACTION B"
were bad. I said to him some time back, "Bo, local talent .-
is played out. Even though some of the local kids
are good the people have seen too much of them.They
know what the local talent is going to do before theyare iww

introduced by the M.C. Club owners are crying the
blues about not having any business, and think that
they can buy local talent cheap and save money. If a
club is going, to be a club, they gotta buy big show L Thursday Mile FREE SHOW
names and give the people what they want.If the small
places, half the size of our clubs can afford to bring to
their customer acts like Nancy Wilson,Carmen McRae,
Ramsey Lewis,.and many others, then what is the problem _
here in Miami?

I was thinking of the Carousel in Atlanta and I X" '*. :i:. .P' T,T', / ; .-. Y; ''Y'.T Jt
will tell you that the trouble with Miami is that the
Halloween Special Jr
club operators are just plain cheap. I have been in
show business for 27 years, and I have watched our
Miami operators hire musicians that call themselves
musicians who cannot read a note of music; amateur MASQUERADE BALL.. ,
singers who not only cannot sing, but do not have any
class. I am not saying that all of the entertainers in
our area fall into this category, but there is a huge
percentage of them who do.They are not professionalwill -
not join the AGVA or the Musicians Union, yet
they are on stage. Now Bo has decided, along with .
some other gentlemen, to bring big shows to Miami. Sunday October 31 sf
This should have been done a long time ago, but there w. ,
wasn't anyone with enough guts to present a big show, 4
starring the big names in show business and givingthe Clyde, Killens'HURRicANE' PRESENT. ;
smaller named acts a chance to be exposed to real '' ;
SJXTH" \v.:
professionals and along with them..._____ ; ANNUAL ?
The first of these big r ";'[ Joyce Lane '
shows is next Tuesday .
night, Nov. 2, at Dinner l ,.
Key Auditorium. He has so .FIESTA ROOM V e
many acts that I do not have t { / ,.
space to mention them all,
but there is one act that I 'd ADV.'$1.75 OOOR 2.00 TABLES $1.50 ;

know you will enjoy, and Brown Bomoe r L '

boy that's that Stevie was Wonder born blind- the, E. c 1 Pre Halloween Show Sat Oct. 30

and has as much talen as
that all of will
hope you
it possible for these fellows to keep bringing the bet. ADWSSIOM $1.00 '
ter kind of shows to Miami. Every major city in the I MISS illest" Phyllis Carroll
south gets these shows except Miami, and now that
Bo and his associates are making an effort to bring
them to you, maybe these: club operators will get off WEEK Mrs. Anna Edwards
know whats and start giving the kind of
their you
you I(93rd birthday last week) :
hard earned to see. JAMES CLUBSTHSTKI
entertainment you pay your money J ,{ k
our hats are off to Bo Anderson. .
*************** WEEK: John Jenkins (EOPI i',".'.>1 ):;? ':".;,,-,-' \,:- ("ftmlER'1"N'.....'. ."'' .g. IID"AVENUE'f, :,>.>>,t, :"6'1.: (: :>": ;. ', : : ) ",:." -{ /'"
Funny true story: One little boy from Earlington ', I'. DRESE'MTS,.. .
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Heights Elementary School eating a cookie tells another I I' /
little boy, "it ain't mine." The other little fello w WEEK: Edward DuffyD. 11'-111. / ;SAT ,: ;s : SUN
asks him, "well, whatcha eating it for?" M 7"Y
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*************** Doug Dames (Announcer /
WSKP m's -lll/1 / 4
The Junior Senator, George Smathe, is to be t J /
commended for his statement that "America is the ci :'THE LITTLE MAN 4 FEET 2 WITH THE GREAT BIG,:VOICE "
tidel of Freedom, the.beaco light of Hope to the op- .I I I -
.pressed of the world."I wonder if he was including the ,.'-
poor people of voodoo land, Haiti. People there, as a I
matter of fact,, are living under worse conditions that / 4 4ffL
those in Fidel's Cuba. ,There is a sizable populationof /
Negroes here in Miami who are either Haitian or of
Haitian descent. Not only do I wonder about this, butI \I'
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am sure they wonder the same thing. Like I used to to' ., :
say, "God is for white people and white people are .r / / /
for anybody just as long as they are not black people." af41 0 ,., I/'I .
Excuse me, I mean American black people. UR / ;' 'JUI

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QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Jeff Adams doinga I If &U\.O uo, ;* f
tremendous job at Sy Hall's Apache Lounge at 106th Smiling Eddie Lee Pitt- I 1\\e. r'J
and Biscayne Boulevard The James Club still con man, popular local businessman '" f'ws / '
tinues to paclc-em-in with their fantabulous shows. in the new own. J r
Freddie Scott's new record "Same Ole Beat," is be- er 1772 c'NW the 79th Dive-Inn St. Phone Bar I' G
ginning to kick up dust all over the country Clyde 1919431. He Invite all j alt \ *5RO5II
Killens and his "Hurricane Boys" promise to be the his old friends to come ., 1\\E SOUo ..fIJ
best yet, come October 30th. Incidently, may he ride and meet new friends. ) ,.
in good health in his new 1966 Cadillac, and as h e Kveryone welcome, Indf j I .
promised, he is playing golf Have you noticed that I. MUSIC\ e'f '
most Cubans who come over are white? What happenedto COUNT ,
Register .children I
the darker Cuban brothers? Congratulations are in your ail
order to the Miami Times. We are all very proud of the ; In' \ 411CURTIS '

changes that have come about, and we know you are LYNNJEFFKINDERGARTEN i '
too Don't forget to WOTE. (Our secretary, Eunice, \) VIKINGS'
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thought that was a typographical error last week, and j6601 N.W. 24th Ch .t. \\1
made it VOTE. When I say, WOTE! I mean WOTE! % oC't 4 1 a\" 1 utsdoy Amoteir Nit Thursday Ladies HU.'g .
a Bahamian, boy. 6960891HE, 4.0940' t\\ : ,.. BBtterboll, Your Host & M.C.
That's it. Till next week, Live life, every golden 6 1.2961 ''n .. ,.
minute of it. PEACE! j. :!; ... -.;.... .t..w":;o.. ..;a, '7ri--f ;w&-t."ir..:-!I"u.II. 3i2g S'16.V :e;


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'8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 29. 1965
PROGRAMThe CHURCH L:1j Mr.......:-;;.: I....i. INIft.UJrS. ,_:_' :: .:,4
., s Brownsville Community
: School will have its second ,
5211/..'..N.W., I7TU AVENUE; annual Family Day Program :
Friendliest; '! on Saturday, October 30, on : t1 A
The In Town
the Brownsville Junior High i
"A Nice'.flac.Jot Nice. P.opl.* School grounds The fun will 1
begin promptly at 11:00 a.m. i
Keep the some old beat, you olll Visit the "Note and and end at 3:00 p.m. ;
dig the beat along with us. Where It happens, you can see It Everyone in the Browns I
happen. This Is where the action 1st We've had a thing goingon ville Community is invited to !
this afternoon. Bowling, enjoying cold suds, and listen bring the whole family and I
Ing to good sounds along with Rusty, Betty, Mary Joe, Henry, enjoy the games and entertainment i iJ
David, Harris, and other friend (I've been tasting our Pineapple planned for this occasion. :
Wine Good! There will be 1,000 free hot Ikltftt
Had a thing going on In the Blue Room Saturday night. dogs and 2,000 free Pepsi i
Foots and I enjoyed the party along with LaVerne, Lynette, Colas to refresh you. Prizes I
.... Ruth, Tootle, and all the other top cats and doo daddies. will be given for the best decorated i
Let's do It again, soon old hat. Find an old .
Harold McLin and John Johnson of Plttsburg, Pa., visited hat and decorate it as creatively !
with us Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. Harold and imaginatively as you j "
never misses us during his semiannual visits. He likedthe like. You may win a prize. j { I
new look In the "Note"and our new barmaids. Sorry you hadto A special feature for the EN
leave so soon, Harold. We're looking forward to your next day will be music by that magnificent !t LIFE
visit. John will be here all winter. He's looking for com- group, Ben and the j n J f 1

petition on the pool table. Bossa Novas. You can't afford i;lti _:" ,r ,
Bubber Jackson, Henry Raines, and Henry Rayfleld were to miss this day of fun j' B
tied as top bowlers last week. Hope Rusty makes It soon. .and excftement .J ltd h
Her bowling is Improving every week. ;
Have so many nice people to soy hello to this week t SKIN DISEASES' ,UjG
Leroy Nolan, Charles Stewart, Enoch Cone, Mac Jackson, x
Betty Ann, Bubber, Book, Shirley, Sam, Ruby, Joe, Sonny, A new approach to based treat- I 11r GUA D C WITH R'
and medication
Lott Carter, Eloise, Junior A., Slim, Mary, Rose, Sullivan, ment
Hop, Klnsey, Frond D., Little Johnny, and all of our won on specialized blood and }, # ,1tti
d.I,1 ft..a. laboratory tests. Also general
We're having a "get-acquainted" offer on our barbecueribs practice. i ite ors Li }ttt

Monday night 50_ for a sandwich. So good with our
... cold cold beer-and good wine. We have barbecue every night I ,,1t
so do come In and enjoy a sandwich. PL 1-7234 J Ott lnsurancompany t tj
Love and kisses to all of you from Rusty, Betty, Iva, !,t tR
Mary, Bill, Foots, and myself. Look for me next week In the -1 }

Times.- Elinor.We'll be looking for you this week In the "Note." BEAUTIFUL LOOK!! of FloridaWE ,;Itf



Carver The Mrs.services Susie at Williams Mt. Moriah FOR SALE! A Company in the New Tradition j!|

Ranches I. Sunday was very inspiring. The 2 bedroom, Fla room, completely 'lF
subject matter was, "Let us goup furnished with frost '
News and Pri cess For we are free refrigerator freezer com "Think And Act" uf
Well." The sermon was delivered bination. Beautiful automatic _

9y Walter Bowe 'night the by assistant message Rev. W.pastor was C. delibered,Edcar.Rev. Long.The by awnings washing and storm machine shutters,, x Call 7588707 .. Akr; 1Ii';Aritf s. 6

The pastor of New Mace- There were two people to join corner lot, 60x143 ft. 598 : '
donia Baptist Church is thank- the church, one for baptism and N.W. 53rd St. Total price n Sr. Vice Presidtut RI
ing all who took a part in making the other by Christian experi- $12,300. Terms available '
the Woman's Day a suc- Ask Mrs. 595 N.W. '
last ence.There Bynoe, I JOHN B. ORR JIB: PRESIDENT; x::-
cess Sunday. Thanks to will be a program Sunday 53rd St. for key or call tt : J'
the chairman, Mrs. Eleanor .
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at 8 p.m. This will be a 6915283Night 6962538. ,
co-chairman Bowe and Mrs.Mrs.Featherstone A. O. Hen, benefit program for one of the .:J.E! ...,e.. I......w..w... .,.... .......
; 'choir members who is ill. No
derson, secretary. Rev. B. L'one should miss this program.It .
Mack, pastor.A ....... will benefit Bro. Hicks.
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group of 22 Democrats & 4 I ,7 /
Airman Ernest Washingtonwas _
from Precinct 92 enjoyed a
home for the weekend from
lovely evening Oct. 23 at the
Robins AFB. He is stationed
plush Viking's Supper Clubon
Federal Highway in Dania. there for the next thre years. ALL
He was very happy and proud for IN
The purpose of the meetingwas
that his parents let him take : r
the insta lation of officers -
the car home with him. A friend PERSON
of the John F. Kennedy IDiTrns
from the base came with him
Club of West Hollywoodjalso
the birthday of Clayton W. to help him drive back. His
Smith, president of the Demo- friend is Henry Johnson from)
cratic Civic Club. The oake Connecticut. His parents are
was beautiful-politically dec Mr. and Mrs. Noah Williams.
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orated. Music and floor show
just great. Aurelia Adams, re-
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Gospel Caravan Sunday at Boyfront Auditorium

One of Miami's largest Trumpet Kinp,Utility Voices, Mt..Tabor Baptist Friendship be Mrs. Athalie Range, who

crowds is expected Sunday Gospel Special and the 'National Baptist, and New Providence is running for the Miami City
4). A cor-
I night to witness the final round Golden Stars, who have Missionary Baptist Church. Commission' (Group
is extended to
of the Gospel Caravan singIng won the right to appear througha The choirs will be under the dial Invitation
r N contest, that will deter- series of elimination con- direction of Mrs. Pauline Dunn you to come out and meet Mrs.

mine the best singing groupin tests. and Mr. Ulysses Morris. This Range who will be one ofMiami's METROPOUTAN A.M.E.

TEMPLE BAPTISTThe the city. Participating will In addition will be the will be. etiV of the highlights new City Commls8l -

Ministers and Descons' be: Christian Voices Miami mass choirs of St. John Bap- of the program cSme early and get a good Rev. J. I. Williams, Pastor

Union of Atlantic Coast All-Stars. Smiling Jubilees. ., tist Church St. Luke Baptist Special guest of honor will seaU _.._ Mrs. Delores Harris, Reporter
airs raw .rMT.
Baptist Association, Rev. H. ZION AME CHURCH NEW MT. ZION BAPTIST CHAPEL KELLY'S CHAPEL Sunday, October 24, was
W. Moss, president, is in session SALTERS Homecoming Day at Metropolitan
this weekend at Temple. Opa-locka, Fla. Sunday was a high day for A.M.E. Church. Great
wish to
Salters Chapel
held Rev. Milton Fayson the Willing Workers anniver The women of Kelly'sChapel
The welcome progr an was pastor of enthusiam I was rendered
thank each and
Thursday evening and the Evelena Glenn, reporterMt. sary of too ,-..urch...An'InspirI -:. everyone will observe their an- throughout the morning and
who helped to make our
you nual Woman's Day Sunday
will through Sun- ing program was rendered. Mrs.
meeting run
Zion evening services followed by
wnet over the top I Women success.
Day a great Cct. 31. All of our friends are
with the Rev. J. H. John- Ti !lie Allen was mistress of
day in observing its 12th annual I Our chairman, Mrs. Ada Williams welcome to come and worship refreshments. Our Nationaland
son of West Palm Beach de- Woman's Day last Sunday. ceremony. A presentation was and Mrs. J. P. Rankins American Leagues were
with us. The church is located
made to Mrs. E. C. Primus for
livering the closing sermon. Spiritually and financially i t j our co-chairman were so welt, both success.
at 7105 NW 15th Ave.
The public is invited to all was the best ever. Beginningwith her ardent work as president pleased with the captains re-
who guided the club The theme for the day is Among our wonderful
sessions.The | on a for the guest
Sunday School at 9:30 port. The speaker morn
"Christian Women in the
women of Temple will great success. Williams and visitors were Sister Ora
a.m. with the superintendent, ing, Mrs. Rhunette 'I "
Church and the '
Rev. W. 0. Mundy acted in Community. D. Mrs. Thomas' and
sponsor their annual dinner on Mrs. Jeanette Jackson in I II from Pompano Beach, princi- ,
Saturday,Nov. 6 at the church, charge a number of ladies i I the absenc of the pastor Rev. pal of Sander Elementary, she The morning speaker will the South Florida Spiritual
be Mrs. Ceola Walker dea-
from high noon until? Deliverywill came to help out. She thanked R. C.Soloman in carrying out spoke like a great theologian. a Singing Union. They were all
be made if requested. everyone for coming and ask- the church's program, then he May she forever live In the coness and primary Sunday high inspirational.Mrs. .

Donation one dollar. This ef- ed them to come back. in turn introduced ,the speakerRev. hearts of men and women. For School teacher at St. John's.Institutional Lillie Johnson Mrs.
Baptist Church., ,
fort is in behalf of Woman's The speakers for thei day James Pickett, pastor of the evening. Miss Marsha Mil-
'The Mt. Zion AME choir No. Alice D. Kelly, Mrs. Thomasand
Day and every loyal memberis Mrs. Blanche Ely of Pompano Zion Hill Baptist Church. He man spoke with wisdom and so
expected to give full co- Beach, Rev. Samuel Gay and preached out of this soul to a much knowledge of how we 2 will render selections duringthe Mr. Rufus Wilkins were

operation. congregation from Mt. Hermon happy audience.The should live. morning service. among our soloists.

Woman's Day is just two AME Church and Mrs. Willie following l l i Willing Now we are looking forwardto The evening speaker will be During the evening worshipwe
weeks Chairman Workers Clubs and Pastor's Mrs. Mamie Gill, program director Memorial Servicesin
away. M. Mae Ceasor were just out- our pastor's anniversary. had our
Saunders and Co-Chairman A. standing. A packed audiencewas Aid Boards made contributions Let us do what we can on this of the Northwest YWCA memory of our beloved ones

McDonald, with the captains, in attendance at all services during the day. project, it Is very importantthat Center. Her subject will be who have passed.Rev. .
are asking every member to get Music was rendered Mt. Carmel $15; Jordan Grove we do so. "The Civic Responsibility of
ready and "pull for the shore." morning and night by St. Paul $10; St. John $7: Mt. Calvary Mrs. Cornelia Glenn just Christian" Women In Their Com- Milton Fayson and congregation -

The men will back the women AME Church choir of Miami, $6; St. Paul AME $8; Ebenezer had to she r a tear as sge pim- munity. qf Mt. Zion A.M.E.

all the way, they say. The along with our soloist, Mrs. ,Methodist $8; Mt. Tabor net < corsages on the senior Many other outs land hg women Church, Op'a Locka will wor-

battle cry is "If you can't Ann Smith of St. James AME $6, Mt. Zion $10; Mt Zion members of the church. They of the community will par- ship with us next Sunday even
pull, push!" Church. The ladies of Usher Pastor Aid Board $8; New were Sisters Lola Jackson, ticipate in both services at ing. All our friends are welcometo

The women wish to thank Board No. 2 from First Bap- Providence $12. Hattie Clowers, Willie Thorpe, 11 a.m. and at 7 p.m. come and worship with us

Charles MCCloud for drama- tist Church, Opa-lockaserved After the service the visi- Laura Ervin. This was a wishof Our pastor and the Women's and help make this evening a

tizing the story "Nicodemus" A special thanks from the tors and friends, members, Sister Ruth Twiggs. Society of Christian Serviceare most outstanding one.

Sunday morning and the Rev.N. chairman of the day, Mrs. pastors and deacons enjoyeda A missionary program will inviting you to come and

F. Clark for the message; Dorothy Cross to the cochairman : happy fellowship in the an- be held Sunday at 3 p.m.. Sis- worship with us in the warm fall, and as we call upon Him

and their guests. Mrs. Gertrude Thomas, nex.Rev. ter Claudia Dixon in charge. fellowship of 'Christian love. with all our hearts, we will
assistant co-chairman, Mrs. R. C. Soloman pastor. feel a quickening power within

STATES TEA AT Cleona Douglas and to every- McGAH4NF.Y SPEAKSLet.s that gives us the strength to

one who in any way helped to GTEATER NEW MACEDONIA ZION HOPE BAPTIST thank God for every stand up for the rnght. Let us
THE INCARNATION make the day a success. say, i abide in the everlastinglove
Before the benediction the Rev. Paul Freeman I'new day and try to serve Him
3165 NW 56th Street pastor of Christ, and I am trust-
the After weeks oT' planning, pastor dedicated a song, "Well Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor Elizabeth Jackson, reporter i i iZtbn ii in every good way. Oh yes, we ing all that concerns me to
Episcopal Churchwomenof
Done" to the chairman and i all fall short of His glory Him. Read John 15:6-11. So
the Church of the
Incarna- everyone who had done their 'The president, officers and Hope services were some> time or other, but we tion will have their
ninth an- best. Total amount raised for members of Usher Board No. spiritually high all day SL1nI I nual States Tea on Sunday, the day, 347870. two wish to take this oppor- day. Rev. Andrew Jackson I November 7, 4 p.m. at the tunity to thank each and everyone -, preaches out of his soul Sun-
Church, Come out and bring for their splendid and day morning. Rev. Linder was r

your family and friends to enjoy FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST warm hearted support in help- the evening preacher.The .

an atternoon of pleasanttalK Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor ing to make their third anniversary pastor's anniversaryended

Berthenia and entertainment.White and Charles Mrs. Sis. Ruby Lee Can reporterOur a very great success, on last Sunday at 3 p.m.
both spiritually amd financially. with the Rev. Smith delivering
Jones who co-chairs the program
committee have a won- second annual Wo- Special thanks to the aux- a wonderful message. The 4 S'Y M' r{k tf

derful program to meet nil cul- man's Day was a complete iliaries, Rev. C. H. Smith and pastor wishes to thank each f
tural success. The chairman, Sis. congregation of Jordan Grove and everyone for their coop-
needs. You really cannot
Rosa Lee Sharpe, cochairmanSis. ,Baptist Church for their ser- eration that was shown last
afford to miss the States Tea {
program to fellowship with the Gussie Wright and all the vices on Friday night and Rev.W. Sunday. Don't forget to pray

Episcopal Churchwomen of the women of Friendship say sin- E. Sims and congregationof for the sick and shutins.

Incarnation. Our president, cers thanks to all o 'You who New Hope Baptist Churchfor

Airs. Frazier Bradley and Vi. helped make thk i day a success closing out Sunday after ST. MARY'S W.M. ,,. MEMORIALSTO
Special thanks to our noon. The Holy Ghost was .
Earle Hackett
urge your
full support. A special sur- guest speakers, Sis. Beatrice truly present throughout the Rev. H. V. Stuart, Pastor fr t % SUIT YOUR FAITH

prise is in sto"" for you at Waldronof West Palm Beach, anniversary May God continueto Miss Dorothy Major, Reporter
bless each and of Our entire staff is thor-
the crowning of the First and Sis, Margie Perkins of everyone
Lady of the States.BETHLEHEM Greater New Bethel, Opa- you. Again, from the bottom of Sunday, our services were oughly trained to follow
locka, choir No. 2 of New of our hearts, thank you all! wonderful throughout the day. +."

BAPTIST Macedonia and No. 1 of Greater mmTctal raised, $2,064. Our local preacher, Rev. ; the beliefs of every faith

w New Bethel. Gladstone Hunter was In '
Congratulations to Howard ? 4 {>, when carrying out their
Also ushers from New <::
NEW IOT. MORIAH BAPTIST charge of our testimony ser-
DeLaughter co-chairman for Bethel and Jordan Grove. vice, and Rev. Stuart took duties. Every detail
the effort he put forth for our Special thanks to all of out Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor over at night.
Men's Day, and to the congre- platform guests. Donation Dorothy A. Le, reporter Ways and Means will spon- -'a. will meet your wishes.
gation and visitors who helpedto ladies and the women at the '
Pew Rally after- L '
sor a Sunday c./ )
make the occasion a suc- offering table. Many thanks to The members of New Mt. I
cess. We especially thank all of our visiting guests. We Moriah would like to thank all noon at 3:30 p.m. Membersare _._..* :
asked to bring a guest. S "My Father in Hec'ven, help
friends and visitors who
Rev. E. Ross and Rev. Lewis are.very grateful to all of you our -
Howard. Also the Male Chorusof Our sincere get well wishes helped to make 'our eleventh Sunday will be visitors me never to forget Thy love

Mt. Olive Baptist Church of to all of the sick. Those who Men's Day a success. The day. We are asking all our it looks up to me in the

South Miami. are in the hospital: Deacon morning speaker was Rev. friends to come and worshipwith beauty oj the flower ."

Sunday, Oct. 31 the committee George Bethel in Veterans Roscoe Jackson. The evening us at our morning service. John Henry Jowett

for Woman's Day invites Hospital; Sis. Rebecca Jonesin speaker was Rev. D. A. Brad- c;

you to a 3 o'clock ser- Jackson. Our sympathy to ley. Both men preached out of f : Oscar L. Range
mon. Speaker, Rev. Lewis Deacon B. Smart in the loss of the r souls. If you missed TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO. j

Howard and at 7 o'clock his uncle and to Bro. George these two sermon you Bussed CHURCH!) SUNDAY Funeral Home

sermon. Speaker Rev. Bensonof i, Snead in the loss of his sisterin a treat. f .,
i .
Salter's Chapel. North Carolina. Oct. 31 at 2:30 p.m. the -

The women of Bethlehemare Sons of New Mt. Moriah is

planning and working very giving Rev. Shipp a homecoming. -
hard toward a wonderful Wo- NEW BETHEL BAPTIST All our friends and visi- Rev. Lena RossFROM

man's Day program Nov. 14. tors are invited to come out
This weekebd the pastor On last Sunday, Mrs. Essie and particiapte in this event. SAVANNAH, OA.World's .

will attend the Ministers and b. Johnson and Mrs. E. J. best known Miracle, spiritual advisor and help

Deacons Uni.j in Ft. Lauder- Clark of W. Hollywood were er in all walks of life.
dale. the morning and evening CHURCH OF CHRIST

speakers at New Bethel Bap- Will I I be here November 4 1965
toT. CALVARYRev. tist Oakland Park for their (Scientist)
Serving the public
Woman's Day. 1600 NW 54th Street through Nov. 14. .

Atchison: Pastor The spirit was at the top An Approach to Religion.The LOOK! SPECIAL NOTICE!

Constance Carter, ReporterOn when these two Christian women lesson-Sermon in Chris- On
Sunday, Mov.7 from 6 to 7:30
p.m.there will be
brought the messages. tian Churches this Sunday a
behalf of our pastor, Many others from Miami, Ft. points out some of the ways in Sacrifice Green Leaf Success Tea Meeting held by

Rev. Samuel Atchison, and Lauderdale and Oakland Park which the statement "Whomthe Rev. Ross. Green leaves are for a sign and the heal-

the members of Mt. Calvary, participated on the program. Lord loveth He chasten- ing of a nation. Bible-Rev. 22:2; Gen. 18:11.
we would like to express our
Thanks to you all and all the eth" comes true in the lives
appreciation and thanks to members. Pastor for the day,,of people today. The topic in SEE REV. ROSS AT:
each and who help-
everyone was Mrs. H. Wilson. Everlasting Punishment. All
7172 N.W.19th Avenue Phone
ed to make our Pastor's Se- : 696-2379
welcome attend
Mrs. Eula M. Edwards, are services
cond Anniversary a spiritualand Watch the Miami Times each week for the
May chairman; Mrs. Sarah L. Lock- Sunday morning at 11, change of
financial success. ett, co-chairman; Rev. H. Wil- Wednesday at 8 and to use our address..w .
the Lord ever bless you. Reading Room. i
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; ; FSTA Alarmed Over Jax Hovse
_ Open Aid PTA

School Budget Cut Meeting At GladeviewAnnouncement I

The Executive Board of the they support the proposed
Board of Directors of the Flo- school budget.In has been Parents will be invited to
Sa zThis rida State Teachers Associate the light of the nearly made by Dr.,Leonard Wollman, a luncheon at the school on a
ion views with grave concern unanimous support of the Principal of Gladeview Elementary grade level basis. They will
the action of the Duval school Board of Public Instruction's School, 6210 N.W. notified by their children when
Budget Commission in cutting budget by tax payer groups 27th Avenue, that Open House the luncheon will be held fora
the school and those who have studied
budget as recom-
and Parent-Teacher Association particular grade.
mended by the school board.We Duval County school needs,
will be held The Gladeview American
meeting at
the action the
commend the citizens of of Budget Com-
Duval County, the Superintendent mission is incredible. It can 7:30 p.m. November 9, in the Education Weed Committeehas
: and the Board of Public only result in further injury to school cafetorium. The meeting planned several activitiesfor
Instruction and the Duval to an already inal equate edu- will be centered around the each grade. Parents are
teachers for their efforts to cational program in Duval theme of American Education invited to visit the school each
restore their schools to aca- County.The. Week, "Invest in Learning." day between the hours of 8:30
demic respectability by im- Florida State Teachers The school will have two a.m. and 3:00 p.m. during the
Association Executive Com-
plementing the recommendations window-displays depi cling week of November 8-12.
mittee supports the educatorsand
of they
Peabody citizens Report. citizens of Duval Countyin educational ideals; one at the Anyone wanting additional
have Responsibile indicated clearly groups that their continuing protests Army Surplus Store 6160 N.W. information about the American -
is the new location of Plaster Tender's they are concerned about the against the arbitrary and 27th Avenue and one at Education Week at Glade'
ocal Union No. 635, which is located at 4840 N.W. welfare of(; children and that short-sighted attitude of the Stevens' Market 6209 N.W. view Elementary please call
&7th Ave., Brownsville. The officers are as follows: Budget Commtssion. 27th Avenue. 6917213..

eated From left to right: Bro. Daniel Williams, pre-
[iident; Miss Cornelia Cason, office secretary; and
3ro. Halen Jones, executive member. Standing From
eft to right: Bro. Portor Thompkins, recording secretary
; Bro. Hora ce Wade, vice presid ent; Bro. Albert
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12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 29, 1965I

RANGE,* years. Survivors are a daughter MANKER. .
Mrs. Marie, Curtis, a sister -
Robert Jones of 2166 West Ramalia Clark, four grand Randall Kemp of 16400 NW,,

I I CARDS MEMARIALS DEATHS I ICARD 7th Court are a died widow Oct., Lmnett 21. Survivors a daughters, Flora Curtis, Ge 19th Ct., I died Oct 17. a.t the
neva Fowler: Eva' Forde, VA Hospital in Coral Gables.Mr. .
Mrs Williams
daughter, three, ,grand Margaret children Alberthu, uincoln James and, two Jonathan grandsons Kemp I is survived by four
five great-grand children, two Curtis. Arran&OmentR' incomplete sons, Willie
OF THANKSThe .step-daughters and two step \ and R.D. five daughters Mesdames -
IN MEMORIAMIn sons. Services will be held on ---- Sadie Louise Brownlee,

family of the late In loving memory of a friend Saturday at 1 p.m. in the chapel Mrs. Bertha K. Lewis, of Lillie Ruth Teames Eddie May
memory of our loved 720 NW 4th Ave. died Oct. 25 Maloy and Annie Mae Jackson,
ones who were chosen by Godto a t the Christian Hospital. Mrs. a brother, Aramas and sister
who departed this life October abide eternally in His king Atyler Eugene Wilson of Lewis was 'I Miss Katie Kemp. Final rites

7, 1965 wish to thank the dom.Our 2121 York St., Opa-locka, died neer family and was very active were held in Sanderville, Ga.
many friends and neighbors of dear mother and grand Oct. 21 at home. Mr. Wilson is in civic r ligjou&fatternal ------
N.W. 1st Ct. and 8th St. for and social :
mother of 427'SW/
Cora Johnson
A. Edgecombe also known to his manyfriendsas Henry
flowers, cards, and telegrams was called a11 p.m. on Mon "Jack." urvivors are his president of the Jolly Friends 2nd Ave., Homestead, was DOAat
given during the death of our day, September 14, 1952. widow, Flossie, five sons. Civic and Social Club; a mem- the Dade Medical Center. Mr.

loved one. Thanks also to I '". Our dear mother and sister, Harry James, Mervm .Phillip, ber of the Phyllis WheatleyArt Johnson is survived by a father,

Stone's Funeral Home, Ft.!' '' ... Christine J. King, was called Gerald and Rodney, two and Social Club, the Busi- Kid Johnson of Detroit. Private

Pierce. '' '' .... .. at 5 p.m. Sunday, October 28, daughters, Cynthia-and Valerie ness and Professional Wo services were held Tuesday.

The FamilyIN ; three sisters, Mrs. Catherine men's Club, member of Greater ------
.. 1962.The blessed assurance in Bush, Mrs. Mary Alice Bethel AME Church where she Mrs. Dorothy Speights of

'Ij. knowing that God chooses none Woodside and Mrs. Virginia was a choir member and a 751 NW 63rd St., died Oct. 22

MEMORIAM .' but His own, enables us to en Cunnings; a brother, Walter, member of the J. W. Johnson at Jackson Hospital. She is sur-
dure the ceaseless ache in our Leslie and two aunts, three Board. She served as Daughter vived by two sons, William and
In heartfelt of .
memory Emma
Isiah four daughters
beloved hearts. grand children other rela- Ruler of Antlers Temple No. ; ,
\ tives and friends. 39, Greater Miami Temple No. Bowers, Jerry Wilson, Ada
__ '." ..,...... \ i Services Hayes and Dorothy L. Speights;
Mrs. Roena Livingston Saturday at 2 p.m. at the New 769 and as a member of the
Mrs. Edna Eloise Johnson Bethel Baptist Church. The Household of Ruth 2416. She five sisters and two brothers;
r! _.. _. .... ... remains will be taken home on is survived by a sister, Mrs. Final rites were '*"sld in Mari-

\\ IN MEMORIAMIn Friday at 7:30 p.m. Ida K. Sidney, a niece Gracie ana.
ir&MRS. Ann Sidney. Services will beheld .

------\______ ____ w.._._ loving memory of my Rufus Nixon of': Saturday at 10:30: a.m. Charles Gilbert III, infant

ODESSA ADAMS dearly beloved husband.., _.. 2000 NW 68th St.. died Oct. at Greater Bethel AME Church son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gil-
who departed this life Novem- y 123 I at home. Mr. Nixon was a with Rev. S. A. Cousin officiating bert of 781 NV 77th St., died
2, 1962. recently. Graveside services
.. World War II veteran and had
"Down a road that's calm and : lived in the Miami area for helc in Evergreen Memorial
peaceful many years. Survivors are two FRANCES. Cemetery. Rev. Collier officia-

y".N.w..h.'Y Guided by God's loving hand !. sisters,' Mrs. Thelma Pratt of Mrs. Leola Bethel. Cambridge ting. .. -
She has gone upon a journey Miami and Mrs. Pansy Taylorof of 1301 NW 62nd St.,
To a distant, brighter land tba Lakeland, a brother Josh died Oct. 21. Funeral services RICHARDSON .
Y.f Nixon and other relatives; Ser- held Thursday at St. Agnes i
Mrs. Florence hyena vices Saturday at 10 a.m. in Episcopal Church with Father Mrs. Edith May Bowles of
Mrs. Ophelia Scavella: the chapel. Lambert Sands officiating. Sur 1912 NWt4th Court died Oct.
24. She leaves to mourn, her
vivors include her mother
Mrs. Mary Ellen Major of Tarpon
3 IN MEMORIAM Mrs. Thelma Sco. of 1805 Mrs. Eva Bethel, two sisters. Bay Eleuthera, four step hildre -
NW 6th Place 'died'Oct. 24 at Mrs. Beatrice Miles and Mrs. q Mrs. Myrtle Bullard, Mrs.

of Jackson Memorial Hospital. Marie Y. Richardson brother Florence Bowles, Henry Bowles
memory 'Survivors are a son, L. C.Tullls. Eustas A. Bethel.
-t& .. -...._. and Rev. Sherman Bowles. A
:: ? Arrangements are in-
complete. freind, Tom Baldwin two sisters
: Mrs. Naomi Johnson Brownof
ELLIOTT JOHN PIEZE Mrs. Margaret McCartney,
--- 1929 NW 6th Ave., died on
who slipped away from us into] Clyde Clarence Brennan of Oct. 23. Services Saturday, 2 Nrs. Mary Ellen !Stvles% three

eternal rest October 27, 1962. b Y .a 160 NW 49th St. died Oct. 24 p.m. at' Ebenezer Methodist brothers, Wilfred Major of Engle-
Sadly missed by, : at Jackson Hospital. Mr. Church with Rev. Aaron D. wood N. J., James Major and

The Family and FriendsIN Brennan was a member of a Hall officiating Remains will George Major of Elizabeth, N.J.
pioneer Miami family. Survivor repose in the chapel reginning i and several nieces and nephewsand

,-->-"""' _.' _,p_ 4 p.m. Friday. Survivors include other relatives. Services
his mother
EMS AM k MACKwho ors are Mrs. Edith I
ARTHER a sister, Mrs. Eloise will be Friday 10a.m. at Ebenezer -
I departed this life October Brennan, a daughter. Trudie, Rolle, a brother, Harold Johnson Methodist Church
In loving memory of our 25. I have spent many hours three sisters, Miss Catherine a brother-in-law, Willard----

dearly beloved mother I n t a I: remembering that sad day and'Brennan, Mrs. Bessie Forbes, Rolle, two aunts, an uncle, Mrs. Gei)"' ce Alexander of

; the days that followed which and Mrs. Audrey Morris, a three nieces, two nephews. 353 NW 6th St., died Oct. 26.

: have left a gap that cannot be brother, Clifforjl, Services ---- Survivors are a sister Mrs. Ida-

; filled in my life. held Thursday afternoon at Cecil Livingston Forbes, 1 hila Thomas, a brother, Tony

3 b ,f' He is gone but not forgot Ebenezer Methodist Church 15920 NW 17th Court, Opa- .Tappan, two nieces, Mrs. Emma
ten. with the Rev. A. D. Hall offi- locka, died Oct. 23. Services I'Chrishilm, Mrs. Mamie Cornel

Mrs. Elizabeth Mack wife ciating. Saturday at Mt. 011 vette Bap- :ius, a nephew Grover Thomas,
Leroy McMann, Brother ------- tist Church with Rev. I. C. ,a grand daughter, several other
Mrs. Georgette McManh, Furman Smart of 309 NW Mickins officiating at 3:30r: elatives and friends. Services

-fier aunt 2nd Ave., Hallandale, died in p.m. Remains will repose in will be held in the chapel Saturday
And other relatives Fairfax, S.C. Oct. 22. Survivors the chapel 4 p.m. Friday. Survivors ,
.._ _u_______ __n_ are his widow, Allene, include three sisters, Oct. 30.-- 10 JO a.m. -

ELDER JAMES D. ALBERT. two daughters, Mrs. Beatrice' Mrs. Flora Belle Green, Mrs.
ETHRIDGE Mrs. Annie Lee Bess Williams Roker and Mrs. Louise Reese; Virginia Wilson and Mrs. Helen WHAT IS
Smith, a brother William and
who 235 N.W. 8th St., died two sister Mrs. Lillie .Mae
departed this life October six aunts.
Sands and
Oct. 20. Survivors are one Mrs. Lillie Sanders;
31, 1958. son, John Williams Jr., mother- a brother, Prince Smart; nieces George Washington Arm- LONGHORN
You are gone, dear, but not Mrs. Lossie Grant, an aunt, and nephews. Services Saturday strong of 11840 SW 216th St.
forgotten. For one who helpedme in Goulds died Oct. 23. Ar-
three uncles, a host of cou- at 4 p.m. in Hallandale at
on my daily road, who sins. Services will be con the Ebenezer Baptist Church rangements are incomplete.
cheers me on my way, who Survivors include his wife ?
ducted 2 p.m. from the Coco- with the Rev. O. W. Foster, a
treads with me the path that nut Grove Chapel. pastor, officiating. brother.
Jesus trod, who kneels withme ----
-- to pray, who as a light Havert Clark, 10735 S.W.. Lonnie Curry of 377 NW BRUCE BOWE, LIBERTY Elks Lodge and was at one
MRS. HELEN P. LAWRENCE from God, is sent to me, I 224th St. Goulds died Oct. 15th St. died Oct. 23 at the CITY PIONEER DIES time active in the Marching

who departed this life October thank my God today. 25. Survivors wife Jackson Memorial Hospital. Unit. He was also a memberof
are one
Bruce R. Bowe of 1821 NW
Arrangements are incomplete. Metropolitan AME Church.
28, 1964. Lillian M. Ethridge, wife son, two sisters, nieces and 66th St., a pioneer of Miami, He the
father of
We have spent many hours And Family nephews. Remains will be died Wednesday night. was seven

remembering that sad day and -.. sent to Cordele, Ga., for final Charles Preston Canty Mr. Bowe came to Miami children. The five survivingare
the days that followed which rites and burial. died Oct. 26 as the result of from Long island Bahamasin Walter, Willard and James,
IN an accident. Arrangementsare son; Mrs Dorothy Orsborneand
have left a gap that cannot be MEMORIAMIn 1908. He married Ellen
filled in incomplete. Mrs. Juanita Cole, daughters
our lives. She is gone INFANT!
Johnson in 1917. He moved in
but not forgotten. loving memory of our Baby girl Smith, daughter ---- ; a sister, Mrs. Pearl Roker -
dear mother of Mrs. Kathleen Smith died Mrs. Thelma Thompson of the Liberty City area in 1925 ; eight grandchildren and
Sadly missed by: and lived at the same address
Oct. 20. Graveside serviceswere 1237 NW 62nd Lane died Oct. three greatgrandchildren.Funeral .
11 Loving Children held at Evergreen Me- 2'1.; Mrs. Thompson had livedin 40 years. arrangements are
19 Grandchildren morial. the Miami area for many He was a member of Liberty incomplete.

2 Sisters -

And other sorrowing rela- .
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tives THIS IS IT! -
Jack's MEN'S> WEAR

IN MEMORIAMIn W. hove |lust finished o miracle crusade. Thousands F c.
ware healed and blessed. No matter what you areseeking '. SEE "MR. JACK" Y

sad but 1 aV. prayer changes things. With this adept prayer FOR
loving memory some were able to buy homes, clothes, c ars, even pay STYLES FOR ALL ACES
of loved
our one their children's way through school. Again I say unto Th.,Very L.U.I In M.n', Fashion
MRS. ROSE LEAH INGRAM you, that If two of you shall agree on earth as touch-
who departed this life October ing anything that they shall ask, It shall be done for SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS

25, 1963."There them of my father which is in havn. The word agree ITALIAN SHOES

is a land of pure ,: means binding or face for specific purpose. No matter 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami Florida
ask of ,
delight what your trouble may be seek and a man

Where we all must go some God, REV. LAWRENCE T. HATTEN 259 N. Con-

day or night ;'f'o, .,.,,; verse Street, Spartanburg, S.C.
But as you slipped away and ,. ;.. '., Y'. HERE UNTIL NOV. 8
went out of sight r. .f' '" "; 22295 S.W. 109th COURT

Your life left a beautifullight I < "" .,. ,. ,,f.i'ft GOULDS, FLA.Qff( Old Cutler Road) .Uittroiti{ ftaortal Jarh

Which will always shine thru ROXANNE EDWARDSwho Prayer and deliverance dally. Special blest psalm for

the darkness of the night" departed this life October your comfort. HAS Preinterment plots of 8 grave spaces or less

29, 1964. ALSO I Immediate
I single interment
HELPING HANDA grave space
Ernest Ingram, husband Sadly missed. THE
Irma Skiles, daughter The Children Boxes and vaults permitted

Wilda Johnson, daughter lady was blessed with a Gates open 7 days for your convenience
Mary E. Larmond
Creta A. Skiles, grand- home. A Man was healed with 3801 NW 46TH STREET
Estherlene Edwards 44197E.
stroke. Abraham and Moses
daughter a
Thomas P. Edwards Johnson, Mana,., Horn. phone OX
Rev. Paul Walker, brother used i.. Why not you? Come
We the of Lincoln
Samuel E. Edwards employees Memorial Park endorseMrs.
James A. Walker, brother Austin Edwards, Jr. today. Ark all. Rang for the Miami City Commission.
And a host of nieces and Nov.5 Vat foe h.r Nov
Joseph D. Edwards on 16th,
nephews II

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I FOR RENT FOR SALE THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday., October 29, 1965 13
W. 5th Ave. Six Economy Minded
474 N. Total '
ooms furnished CBS, 25.00 1831 N.w.price 86th$5390 Terr drive by CLASSIFIED; 2 bedroom,CBS no qualifying.Take DRIVE BY
week. For inspection call a ,
ncr 1.3184 or FR 1.1905. little honey, lot 76x82, stove, ; f over existing mortgage. COMPAREFROM
E refrigerator, city Lovely home with huge Fla
__ water, 2 bed- .
Professional man room. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor ,' .. room, carport, location 339 $100 DOWN
oman. Sunday. Tel. NE time. 7512243. 6 p.m.Fenster Realty, Broker 82 H.W.47th Terrace
all day
m Large 3 bedroom
CBScarport,,' Business for Sale PL 9-8779. 3 Bedroom
51247. No tenced yard, tile root, appli,
Qualify Terrific
1980 N.W. 55th St. Ph. NE 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS, hard- down ances.and Only$63$11,000. $350 Andys Bar.bargain.Selling Margrets Price $17-and FOR SALE 1883 N.W. 83rd Terrace
furnished FUA. 3 Bedroom
Neatly room. 000 includes
|39908. wood floors, fenced purchase of
stove, Life Realty, Broker, 4932 NW HOME' AND
"- refrigerator, best bar building (22x48) and APARTMENT
One 2 bedroom, unfurn. .\J't. right in. Call on area.this Move to 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Open fixtures, plus 2 bedrooms and 5303 'NW' 5th Avenue 1250 N.W. 86th Street
3368 N.W. 51st Terr. For information see. v/V Ben-Kori, Realtor, eves and Sun. 1 bedroom furnished houses. Open Saturday and Sunday 2 3 Bedroom
( call Mr. Gilbert at Established business
612 N.W. since
60th to
St. Call 5 p.m. Come and see 3-bed-
634-4321 at 3371 N.W.51s1 St. time. 751-2243. any- Large 3 bedroom CBS, carport, 1937. $5,000 down and pay
front '' room, 2 bath, extra large Fla. 8401 N.W.24th Place
porch, large only $100 month. Re-
Room. Couple markable room, large living room, large 3 Bedroom
(Furnished or stove refrigerator. No value. A. Ben-Kori,
I single. Call Saturday & Sun- Sofa blue, dinette set blue,ing. $1,000 down qualify Realtor 612 N.W. 60th St. dining room, kitchen, garage,
day. 633-7998. yellow sonable table and chair. Rea- Move right in. Life Realty,, Call anytime 751-2243. also separate apt. for income, 2310 N.W. 92nd Street
N.W. 83rd St. Broker. 4932 N.W. 7th Ave. on 2 corner duplex lots. Manyextro.ls 3 Bedroom
and 2 bedroom apts. Trio,1---- Vacant Lots
Jl Large house in excellent PL 94371. Open Sun & eves. space to build another
PL 9-8372. )
Realty Co. con
Business or apts. site, 100x 120 I house.
dition, fenced, close in. Good located 2311) N.W.92nd Street
at 54th St and 19th
| Big 3 bedroom newly decorated neighborhood, terms. PL furn.Corner Beauty!! Completelj(Ave. West of the old Thompson $1,900 Down. Terms to Suit 3 BedroomWE

I home, very nice, light, water, 9-3202. Attention! Attention! 3 office, cash offer. A. Ben-
land garbage service furnished. ---- bedrooms, 2 bath, CBS, on 1 kori Realtor, 612 NW. 60th HAVE OTHERSD
Open Saturday, Oct. 30. 2280 i Open 2-6 p.m. Sun. Only $250 corner lot plus swimming poo>) St. Call anytime 7512243. HELP WANTEDCAB N'T SETTLE F (LESS
I N.W. 41st st. Phone 888-6643. down. $79 month. FHA terms. This spacious home could be
2 bedrooms Fla DRIVERS. Apply at AETNA REALTY (Broker)
room, air bought at FHA terms. How 3 Bedroom Beauty
1474 N.W. 5th Ave. Six rooms; cond., partly furn. 1340 NW about coming out Sunday. Open Beautiful Society Cab Offices 269 N.W. 811 N.W. 54th Street
furnished CBS, $25 per week. 87th St. Leon Kroll, Broker spacious living 21st Street. Indf.
1-6 757-5724
inspection call JE 13184or 6883029. p.m. to 94 N.W. 48th Stand room, full dining room, Fla
For our salesman Mr. Murray room, modern kitchen, plus 3
FR No qualifying. 3 bedrooms, 2 will show you around or drive bedrooms, No qualify for this Ace Refrigeration

Downtown, 1476 ,N.W. 5th baths, $13,000 total, terms by any time then call Fenster one. Move right in. Only RepairsIN START WORK TODAYII I I

| Ave. Furnished room. $10 wk. arranged, 3 bedroom, 1 bath, Realty. Broker, PL 9-8779. $1,300 down, CBS, Call now. YOUR HOME A Public Service .
Free utilities and use of kit- $10,900 total, $89 month. 3 No qualifying. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 NW Over 39 years' experience.Call 20 Years
60th Call
Lovely St.
CBS Anytime.751-2243.
Chen. JE 1-3184 or Fr 1-1905. bedroom bath, frame, $8,000 large fenced yard PL 8.4121.Nov.. 12 'ILive in Molds
applianc.si ----
total. $65
month. To
see call
air Bus
Leon Kroll conditioner, awnings. $750 I Charming Home Boys
Room in private Christian Broker, 688-3029. Dishwashers Porters
home A quiet sober man.N. ---- down' and move right in. Keyat Total $10,500 only $350 down BURLAHG' ASSOCIATES Gas Station Drivers

W. 47th St. area. Call Open 2-6 p.m. Sun. Only $250 Life Realty Broker. 4932 I and $72 month pays all. Don't EMPLOYMENT AGENCY Hotel & Home Mlads
634.9654, down. $79 month. FIR terms, N.W.7th Ave. PL 9-4371.Ope miss this lovely FHA 2 bedr -
FOR SALE 2 bedroom, Fla room, air cond, evenings and Sundays. r rom CBS, fenced yard, bar- 502 N.W..LS4I1 STREET We Appreciate Your

partly furn. 1240 N.W. 87th St. Beautiful home on 2 lots, becue, carport, dining room. 757-7674 Business
Leon Kroll, Broker, 6883029.No This is cheaper than you can @cf1
Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS
on fenced ,
ner, fully garage ,
1 rent and have a beauty to live :
large fenced corner lot Ja- front porch, tile roof, lovely in. Finest domestic and com FR -8382
A. Ben-Kori Realtor
qualifying. 3 bedrooms, 2 612 1ft
lousied windows
awnings, bath, $13,000 total, terms ar- kitchen, large bedrooms, awn N.W. 60th St. Call anytime mercial lobs in this area. Uff1.on
big garage and workshop. A ings, windows 751-2243. ALSO \. SL27CS11 NiW. 5th Street
bargain at $10,000 with $300 ranged. 3 bedroom, 1 bath, jalousie appliances -
down and $57 month. Life $10,900 total, drapes carpeting. Allaoattah Area Excellent domestic open
Realty, Broker, 4932 N.W. 7th $89 month-3 bedroom, 1 bath, An outstanding home. Price ;is sTotal $11,650 only $350 down ings now in New York and
Ave, PL 9-4371. Open Sun- frame, $8,000 total. $65 mo. $12,700 with $400 down and FHA terms, CBS 2 bedroom, Connect(cut.Transportation LOVELY HOMES

days and eves. To, 688-3029.see call Leon Kroll, Broker $73 month. Key at Life Realty This large is eat-in a honey.kitchen.A. Ben-Kori Fla room., I advanced. Built On Your Lot or Ours

Broker. .
--- 4932 N.W. 7th AveSundays
Realtor, 612 N.W. 60th St. To Please You
Lovely 4 bedroom 2 bath CBSon PL 9-4371. Open Call
anytime 751-2243.
Bargain week. Nice CBS
large fenced lot. Fla room, evenings.
home. No qualifying. Small ------ LOTS FOR
tile roof, awnings, jalousie SALE
---- Spacious Living
windows, down payment. Only $7500
$12,800 with appliances.$400 down Priceis and full price. Completely furn., Large 3 bedroom home on 2 $14,050. Only $450 down FHA REDUCELose 55xl35-N.W. 48th Terr.

$79.52 month. Life Realty, air conditioner. Drive by 7762 lots, fenced, enclosed front for this beautiful spacious up to 6 pounds
Broker, 4932 N.W. 7th Ave. N.W. 9th Ave. Look around porch, carport, large tiled kitchen home. 2 bath CBS with every- 50xl05-N.W. 55th St.

PL 9-4371. Open Sundays and then call Fenster Realty, central heat, appliances.Price thing you want, laundry room, : WEEKLY 100x100- Terr. 17 Ave,
eves. Broker, PL 98779.We is $12,350, $350 down, garage, Fla room, this is a : 1545 S. W. 1st Street
$71 month and no closing must see in the best area. A. : 50x100-41, St.
build on your lot. We also Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 NW : FR 3-2748
OWNER DIRECT costs. Life Realty, Broker, 50xl40l,250Cash
have lots to build custom CBS 60th St. Call anytime 751-
3 bedroom, \Vi bath, CBS, like 4932 N.W. 7th Ave.PL 9-4371. :
homes to order for you. We 2243. DR. LONG'S CLINIC Paid For Lots,
new, carport, oak floors, huge Open Sundays and eves. :
built homes in this '- ,
many area ---
kitchen. : ,
See 7025 N.W. 28th Homes, AcreageMONEY
----- '
and we satisfied many buyers. S00 N.W. 44th Street
Ave. Call
owner 758-8749. How about coming out to our 3 bedroom CBS, with separate Drive by and see then call me, -- NEED ?

Attractive home on 2 corner new headquarters at 738 N.W. cottage in back for income. Total $8,000terms this nice TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO CALL BARON JE 8.1340
62nd St. for Genie Homes or Main house has Fla tile -
lots. Six rooms and bath. Partly room, fenced very good are corner CHURCH SUNDAY
furnished. Price $7500. All call Fenster Realty Broker, roof, large kitchen. Rear houseis lot. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 ,
cash. 5900 N.W. 23rd Ave. PL 9-8779. fully furnished. Price is NW 60th St. Call Anytime,

Phone 532-3206. 82 N.W. 47th TERRACE $12,000, $400 down and $77 7512243.

3 BEDROOM month. FHA. Life Realty,
$300 DOWN $60 MONTH Large -c s-o*k- floors, enclosed Broker, 4932 N.W. 7th Ave.. Show Place

2 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS with porcn. garage, stove, PL 9-4371. Open evenings and 590 N.W. 51st Street. Price EDISON Specials
extra lot on corner. No extra refrigerator, total only $12,500No Sundays. $19,000. Terms for this 3
costs, See 7710 N.W. 8th Ave. qualifying, $1,000 down. bedroom, 3 bath beauty, Fla :
Call owner PL 8-8749. $100 month.Move today. Aetna 728 N.W. 48th STREET room, dining room, huge eat- : iJCi
--- Realty, Broker, 811 N.W. 54thSt. in kitchen with beautiful huge I it .n
Lot 10. Blk 49. Washington ., Phone 757-5724. Huge 3 bedroom, CBS, in best refrigerator, stove, hardwood OPEN SUNDAY to 6 P. M.
See and call 758-
Park, fourth addition. Broward area. owner floors, bathrooms are very I B
County. Lot 34 35 Blk. 12. GORGEOUS LIKE NEW 8749. large as all bedrooms. This isa I is 5001 N. W. 5th AVENUE =

Nassau Village, Bahamas. 3 bedroom beauty. See: 7025 Furnished 1-bedroom apt., must. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, !! fln
Bruce N.W. 28th Ave. I1/* baths, carport it For Professionals)
Thompson 6834 N.W. $18 weekly. Include light, 612 N.W. 60th St. Call anyAI's I (
18th oak floors, large kitchen, Beautiful three-bedroom two-bath CBS
Ave. water, waste removal. time. 751-2243. i on
--- 75x100 lot. Only $1250 down. Call gas 688-3225 after 5 p. m. I corner. Large Florida room, garage. F.H.A. ft 0
3 BEDROOMS CBS See now. terms. You'll love this-lovely Inside and outl
UNDER $9,000 TOTAL R ft
2 baths with extra kitchen. 2 bedrooms, 2 bath, extra lot.
No FHA red tape. Owner $300 down, $60 month. CBS, 27th Ave.
gives EZ terms. Hurry call bargain. See: 7710 N.W. 8th 3 t OPEN SUNDAY-2 to 6 P.M. I r

-now.--758-8749.-- Ave."Attention" This beautiful 3 Fish &. Poultry Mkt ail U 335 N. W. 43rd STREET

CBS 3 BEDROOM CBS bedroom 2 bath home with separate -
Home of : Three bedrooms, two baths, enclosed garage,
1250 U-Buy-'Em We.Fry'EmBOX u
N.W. 86th St. Tile roof, lot ,
dining room, large
fenced yard, in new condition. air cond. included :nS! # extra large living area. If you like to entertain,

No FHA $11,000 only $350 down. only $13,000.appliances FHA $300 down LUNCHES TO GO y: ( this is itl I $12,000 total. $300 cash. F.H.A. r:

closing costs. $63.30 monthly NW 15 I No closing costs.
located at 1870 f
This is a beauty. See it 5 lp
today, Aetna Realty, Broker. 86th Terr. Open Sunday all dayor !
811 N.W. 54th St., Phone 757- drive by then call Fenster
5/24, Realty (Broker) 691-2962. 4518 N.W. 27th Ave. >)HI;] OPEN SUNDAY-1 to 5 P. M.

- .- i.. AL FARRINGTON, PROP. j IC| 275 N. W. 57th STREET .p;.
;a IE
I ; N Nice CBS, two-bedroom near all Edison
I Metro Dade County J i r' $ schools. $250 cash. F.H.A. $85 monthly pays

NO QUALIFYINGFIRST 'lEi everything.. No closing costs. I


; 8001 N.W. 12th COURT (Duplex)

PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT 3 bedroom, 2 baths, 2 porches. $ ;'I t. 521 N.W. 48th STREET (FHA)

$27 weekly. I 39 N. W 38th STREET (Pool)

.MERIT RAISES 2110 N.W. 44TH STREET r 5431 N. W. 5th COURT (Duplex)

I e 7030 N. W. 5th PLACE (Duplex)
3 bedroom, 1 bath beauty. $500 244 N. W. 46th STREET (No qualifying)
Start ,.t' $1.51 der hourWafc
3075 N.W. 57TH STR

2 bedrooms, 1 bath real nice 3 6354595'I R
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'" *' APPLY' ,: < :\' frigerator, 3 air conditioners. 2 b J
seats. $300 down, $85 month. -

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I Dixie Perk Library ft. I..?1 Jazz Concert at Junior College

Celtbraffe: i rlook WtthThe r Peter Nero, brilliant 30yearold The other will be at 8 p.m. WOOLWORTH'S
k jazz pianist, will ap- at the College's Palmetto Center
Dixie Park Branch of ther information please call:r i pear here in two concerts 7401 S.W. 120th St., in the
the Miami Public Library will FR 75029. Thursday, Nov. 4 in the cur- auditorium of Palmetto High
join libraries throughout the rent Miami-Dade Junior College School. '
country in celebrating National Artists Series sponsored by Nero is the second major i
Book Week. The official date Los Angeles Student Government Association. attraction in the Artists Se- S t
of October 31 to November: 6 ries, which led off with Stan ..
will be merely a starter for CommissionerVisits Getz last week. Next will be : 5; SS TM.
Dixie since its celebrationwill His first appearance will the Paul Winter Sextet on Nov.
run through November 19. be a two-hour concert at 10 20. Other big names bookedfor
Boys and girls will "Sing MiamiHenry a.m. on the M-DJC North Cam- the season include the
Our for Books" as they visit pus, N.W. 27th Ave. at 113thSt. National PI ayers, George
the library for a program of O'Bryant. Vice President ., in the 6,000-seat JFK) Shearing, Basil Rathbone, and
book talks, puppet show and of the Los AngelesFire Health Center. It will be opento the Norman Luboff Choir. .
display of new books. Commissioners, former the public with no admission
its President and the first
On Thursday, Novenber 4,
at 4 p.m. Dixie will open its Negro to lead a major city .... t q
commission in the United k
1965-66 Story Hour season BE A NURSE'S AIDE SSA
States, was in Miami last
with a public performance of :
the puppet play"The Lad week to attend the convention THE IDEAL SCHOOL FOR
of the National Association -
Who Went to the Northwind." NEW HOME TRAINING NURSES'AIDES r
of Fire Chiefs.Commissioner .
O'Bryantand ; 2380 West Flagl.r Str jt \
Adults and young peoplenot
enrolled in regular classesare his wife,Charlean,stayedat Call for Information and for ta
invited to attend sessionsin the McAllister Hotel in BY OWNER brochure 444-4637.r
| 443-9741 a
the relaxed atmosphere of Miami.
the library. Each Tuesday and Mayor Sam Yorty of Los CHECK THIS DEAL Morning Classes :
Thursday evening basic Eng. Angeles appointed Commis- ; 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. \ ? 1.
lish will be taught and each sioner O'Bryant to the Fire 2118 N.W. 41TH ST. Evening Claicesi
Commission in 1961. His record 7 to 10 p.m. a.
Thursday classes will be heldin w
reading,public speaking and of service to the Fire PHONE: 691-6378 REGISTER NOW FOR NEW
and Art Appreciation. Department and to the city of CLASSES

Classes will begin on Tues- Los relations Angeles in is outstanding the field of, ...wwvwwwiHN i:.. :. 55e
day, Nov. 2 at 8 p.m. It's all race j
free and open to the public. and he has received several \ ,
awards and news media editorial -
The library is located at
commendations for his
350 N.W. 13th Street. For fur

efforts. > > I ) :4 Af

4 Furn. Apts. Many extras.
2 bedroom CBS separateants BEAUTIFUL HOME
Never vacant. Long term ten. _
38% on $6,000coh down. garage. Open 2.5 p.m. Sunday. WITH ONLY (100 DOWN

Easy mortgage. Owner will 2475 N.W. 55th Terr

stay as tenant If wanted. 2 Bedroom 1 Bath 1
-_- $66 month pays all

See Owner: Midwest Realty 3 Bedroom, 1z 1 Bath $81 month pays all

175 N.W. 38th St. Apt. 2Nov. 5499 N.W. 27th Ave. Bedroom
3 1 Bath $75 month pays all

20 Phone HE 5.8035 ,.. ,',:.<.
3 Bedroom, 2 Bath $86 month pays all

4 Bedroom, 2 Bath $91 month pays all Variety of fashionable styles!



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down, round or Bermuda

COME TO LADY SUE'S COIN LAUNDRYThe collar styles. White, blue, for

Little Purple Building at pink, beige, maize. Misses'
32.38, extra large 4044.Misses9.
6401 N.W. 7th Avenue FORD REAlTY SPECIALS
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Best Bwys in TownOPEN 2440 N.W. 154th Street

2 bedrooms, 1 bath, furnished. Only $7500. 555

$150 down. $47 month. w1y

5720 N.W. 21st Avenue w
Completely furnished 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room,
dining room, garage, $14,000 FHA. $450 down. 4 3 bedrooms, 2 bath beauty. $450 down.

4t $83 month.
Corner CBS Beauty. 2 bedroom, Fla room, garage.
Extras. $12,000 FHA. $400 down, No closing costs. .
4 9231 N.W. 16th Avenue : 11

CBS, ,Beauty, 3 bedroom, large rooms, carport. $13,000 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, gorgeous Fla room.

FHA. $4. 0 down. No closing costs. Rugs, drapes. $500 down. $87 month.
CBS, 2 bedroom Beauty. Enclosed porch, only $10,000 2142 N.W. 85th Street '
FHA. $300 down. No closing costs. :

Cozy 2 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS. Only 10,500.

Ho qualifying, large CBS, 2 bedroom, huge Fla room. $250 down, $60 month.
2-eor garage, appliances, only $850 down.$12,000 total.

Corner extra large lot. CBS beauty. 2 bedroom, Fla 2010 N.W. 85th Street tfify,

room, carport, appliances, washer. $12,800 FHA. $400 Pretty 2 bedroom, 1 bath, Fla room. ZR
down. No costs.
$250 down, $63 month.
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1160 N.W. 65th Street

Beautiful CBS, 2 bedrooms each side appliances.
Large 3 bedroom, CBS, DENIM CAPRIS
$15,200 FHA. $500 down. Near buses, schools.
$300 down, $75 month.

CBS Beauty, 2 bedroom and 1 bedroom, dining room, Sleek,smooth, fashionably
appliances. $15,000 FHA. $450 down. Near everything.No ARE YOU A VETERAN? OR ARE YOU smart in a blend of cotton-

qualifying. 2 bedroom, partly furnished and 1 bed. BEING EVICTED BY EXPRESSWAY? YOU ; and-nylon denim.Tapered 29B

room completely furn. Only $750 down. $10,300 total. CAN BUY ANY ONE OF THESE HOUSES legs, self stirrups. Navy,
loden, wheat. 8 to 18.



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.. .. ..b.. ? _. .. ... THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. October 29. 1965 15
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r. : A rIMES SAlUTE Bill McBride By :: Rattlers Get Worst :

dNXStRY'SPEAR I r CARVER- IItI '5 BHLUANT' E Beating In 17 Years, *

l TOUCHDOWN ,ARTIST iTenn. State Rolls" 45-6 :

Nashville Tenn.-The Tigers turn 51 yards for the touchdown -

J .::' i; / BY : : c; :: Sii' of Tennessee State A&I Dave Mene se added
did' what they were suppose to the extra point.Completing.
KIWANIS FRESHMAN CLASSIC TONIGHTThe f(:; do last Saturday night. They his fifth
won 456. The Tilers,with a straight pass Eldridge Dicey -
University of Florida freshmen invade the )( 4-0 record defeated the previously who completed 20 of 31

Orange Bowl Friday night, bringing in a home grown unbeaten and untied passes in the game, passed toend

hero to try to halt three ill-fated years against FranCurci's Florida'A&M Rattlers. Elbert Drungo for the
Victory by Tennessee was fourth TD. Dickey, the offensive -
U-M Frosh in the annual Kiwanis Freshman
Classic.A \ resounding as they ran and stand-out of the game,
passed for 21 first downs com- passed for 240 yards againstthe
record crowd of 35.000 is expected to be on pared to only eight by Jake FAMU defensive secon-
hand for the 8:15 p.m. kickoff in the preview of the Oaither's Rattlers. dary.A&M'a
future Hurricane and Gator grid heroes. The Rattlers were "never lone touchdowncame

Former Coral Gables High great Larry Rentz who 't A in the ball game' as the fam- fourth on quarter a 47-yard with drive the in big the

made prep All-American last year while leading the i' ed Rattler rushing attack was play a 41-yard touchdown pass
Cavaliers to a national championship and an undefeated Agp stopped in its tracks for minus from Rudy Jamison to end Art

season, will be in command of the Baby Gators who i seven yards, while FAMU Robinson. Tho touchdown was
i .JqI'ostv.: passed for 113 yards using set as FAMU blocked the
have lost three straight Kiwanis games against the f of the most four up .
One PrO quarterbacks. first and only punt by Ten-
young Hurricanes. J and .'.Cft'1ng' h1gh school\, Tennessee State was a in the
Miami will RO into the battle undefeated after victories ._ ducal oeDClary....s high "stronger team than we were" ne see The Rattler-Tiger game. clash,

of 46-35 against FSU and 14-9 over Georgia .t t 0111.''' Corson Lit halfback, ranand according to Coach Jalther. with an attendance of 16,000,
Tech. Florida dropped the Auburn freshmen 159 two s'jJ t' scoring I in 16 car The defeat was the worse the broke the previous record set
t yards spak
weeks ago and lost to FSU 13-7 Saturday night. i,,,, 122 scored twO touchdowns 0, recen Rattlers had suffered since by the same two teams in the
More than 2500 Kiwanians in 30 clubs throughou t Ing the Hornets Rv1r to each 1954 when they lost to Southern 1963 lane with 14,000 watch-
Dade and Broward Counties have been selling ticketsthe ) 20-0 pasting lof University 59-20, as the ing,the Tigers win 1412.
<, K.nn.dy lgh2 yons' t Tigers won 45-6.
month for what has become Florida's ID'
past largest Corsonbsrought his scoringsYl A&I scored their first Coach Oaither will be seekIng *
non-professional charity football game. Last year's ,;' 1: 55 Points, p'ac.t" touchdown with 7:56: remaining his 170th win against AAT
game brought in $31,000 for use in the Kiwanis Youth }. output up to b. Isod.rs inh. in the" first quarter. No- Nov. 6. The Rattlers are idle

Fund work. Two large area food chains, Kwik-Chek { ..0,: %h. him om.on'ndly'duo' scorac. of- land Smith ran back a punt re- this week.
duckets {\\ : Photo by Hou'
which purchased 15,000 for distribution to its r "" MiMMa '

customers and Royal Castle, which bought the entire 'tw ing photogrO hY. :-; I I
l : J
Ilj8 Loses Blake 276Mays'
8,000 seats in the west end of the Orange Bowl for Mays to

area youth groups, have helped the cause tremendously, 1 -
Rams lost their across from the 10 after ano
according to Kiwanis football chairman Charles F. Carver Beats Kennedy chance in the third quarter ther interception.Ram .

Sharp. Friday night as Blake ran up
20 points to win 27-6 at Tam- quarterback Jack
ANOTHER BONUS IS THREAT TO MISS WHIRLIn 26-6 For Homecoming Win Adams passed for 13 of 19
pa.At the half Mays was onlya but the only Mays scroe come
the International Classic, Another Bonus ap- Halfback Ollis Carson's from patterson. point behind 7-6. when defensive end Theodore
pears as the, foremost threat to Miss Whirl. Before her running and Clarence Patter- Patterson also tossed a 21- Two interceptions set Lyons blocked a kick and recovered -

win over the defending champion, she had shown fine son's passing led Carver Highto yard touchdown pass to Al Blake up for the win, as back on the three from
a 26-6 victory over Riveria Hannah as he completed seven -
where Halfback Eddie Mann
Jinrnie Hill in from
form in winning the $10,000 Flagler Count Down Stake, ran one
Beach Kennedy Saturday nightat of 12 for 157 yards. ran it in.
45 yards out and punched
and beating both Cactus Lonesome and Big Forge in Miami Stadium.It .

earlier rounds of the Classic competition. was a perfect ending to Carver took a quick lead in
Cactus Lonesome, who beat Miss Whirl's Flagler an elaborate homecoming that the opening minutes when Han C. B. ASSOCIATION TO

track record by a tenth of a second shortly before the featured a four-band parade nah hauled in a 23-yard touch- MEET COMMISSION

Classic got under way, goes into Saturday's first semi- that afternoon. down pass from Larry Brown.
final round tiedon points with Les Cole's Terry Stroe- Carson, an elusive half- Carson's two-yard touchdownrun CANDIDATES

mer and Wild Jean, plus Seventh Star with 19 each. back, gained 122 yards on 16 early in the second quarter Miami City Commission

Next .with 16 points each are Busby, Red Tears carries and scored touch- and Hannah's 21-yard TD catch candidates for the upcoming
downs on a two-yard line Carver 2OO( lead before
'and Steel's Manor. Canadian Crook is tenth with 15 gave election will appear at a meet-
smash and a 38-yard pass Kennedy got on the Scoreboard.
's Oreo with 14 In ing of the Central Business
points, followedby J. A. Memory -
Association Wednesday,
with 13, Cri Along, Jessie Rice and Sky Glory with Nov. 5 at the on Culme Center,

12 each, and Mac's Pick with 11. 470 NW 11th St. at 8 p.m.
All 16 semifinalists will go to the post in two Orange Blossom Classic

separate fields Saturday, seeking to pile up additional The public is invited to at-

points on an 8-6-5-4-3-2-1-0 basis toward berthsin Parade Units Sought derly tend.,According president to of Israel CBA Ad-, a

the sudden-death finals coming up Nov. 13. Other ; period will be set aside for
semifinal rounds are scheduled for Wednesday and Sa- I. questions from the audience
sr'V' som Classic Parade, announced -
of direct to the candidates
turday next
todaythat the 1965 Orange dfw
Blossom Parade will be held
N Returning to the city from Clements left this week for
Dec. 4.
Saturday afternoon
California where he was on a Freeport in the Bahamas for a
JO 9 '.-:r' 7':1 'miles, The Parade Committee higher pro'business trip is Joey Clements.:fight there. If his experience in
f SERVICE 9 : : public a
'! fc .... "' '"... $ standard of entries for this Joey, a classy pro fighter was 'the squared circle means any- I
COLOR the of the thing to the bettors, he pre-
AND lightweight champ
f> .BUCK & WHITE' dicts that Floyd Patterson will
year.Any Hawaiian Islands in 56.
"' organization businessor take Clay's title.
individual interested in par-
VIT TV ; a4 ticipating may conta'ct Mr.
Stirrup at 3301 Charles Ave.or .
via telephone at 444-0478

: :; 379-7735 377-3891. The deadline for all
entries will be November 29.

J ,'! .. No entries will be accepted POST TIME
} taU.I. 2MD' VE"'U.E/" after this date.
.x' 8:00 P.IWhNotee'i .
: /< ,",,'. .... .. The theme for this year's
parade is "The Role of Edu-
cation in the Great Society."
Parade routes and time for
the parade will be announced
I f Ji .
TV. ft RAnm-HEPAIRS... SALES-- & later.
I William J. Stirrup parade
MOVED TO LARGER QUARTERS marshal for the Orange Blos- "
------------l H| Oreyo MfJfeowpfoce"
149 N.W. 62ND STREETWe I Treatment I

are an authorized RCA sales agency. All our sales COUNCILThe BAPTIST MINISTERS' [. RUPTUREPILES I NOW! TWIN DOUBLE

and repair work guaranteed. Free delivery and pick up. f Rectal Diseases, Varicose 1 9

Also free (Indoor ontenas with all TV repairs from now I Council met Wednesday Veins, Prostate No I
11 a.m. at St. Luke Baptist lost Discard I
time Trust
I -
,up to Chrisjma, _,, -
Church the Rev. Otis Mundy Upon Correction of Rupture. :
,AUTHORIZED FACTORY'REPAIR CO. conducting the devotional ser- I Low'cost.
Bible instructor Rev.P. I Il
vice. The ,
JOE SCOTT TV PI 1.$381 W. Williams, was then introduced l DR. LONG'S CLINIC .
1545 SW 1st .- 3-2748]
He gave a very helpful l : !
exposition on the lesson, taken MPMi Mi Mi Mi Mi Mi Ml Ml Mf rCENTERVILLA -

from Judges 13.President .

=Dugies Guest Hous .;:- Johnson explainedthe

situation relative to the pos :

The ""house of' unusual rooms of chaplain at the hospital. He KINDERGARTEN i
"K'.p mind"' said that if the churches of the N.W. 17TH AVENUE
I o 'In community would cooperatewith 5861 :

A b tter,place. we. challenge you to find the Council, we would be CERTIFIED PERSONNEL :
Saving U believing able to elect the chaplain an- :
,Th. occommodotlon. you receive nually. HOT LUNCHES
You find only In this brother PICKUP SERVICE

OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY The Rev. Simms suggested REGISTER NOW
that the ministers visit the hos-
I 2941 N.W. 4TTH STREET 634-3851 pital in a group and discuss the 691-7796 OR 696-3302

I JAMAICA DUGIE matter with the authorities.Rev. 1 Mrs. R. E. Copeland, Sup.
T. Johnson president;
Always o
I Re. H. Brown, P.R. I


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1965" i 1

16 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. October 29.

Heroines TeaSunday

( Sunday will be quite a day I I A ,
for the Heroines of New Provi-
dence Court No. 129, when ladies -
and gents will gather to
( listen to a musical and have tea
with friends, kindred and well
wishers. Appearing on the program
will be Arthur Klg, Ulysses
I Morris, Miss Cherry Mills 6483 TAFT ST.PALM SPRINGS MILE 5757 N.W. 27th AVE.PERRINE 9843 Bird Rd.
Boyer, George Sweet,Miss Maxine W. Hollywood 1375 W.49th St. SHOPPING CENTER Minmi Flo.
; Major and others. Nialeoh,Fla. MIAMI, FLA. Ptrrine,Fla. f
I Mrs. Pinkie Lowe, who holds 9450381 121.1761 635-0736 635-073 238-2901 336.5631
the record as on? of Miami's
best dressed matrons, has arranged -
for the ladies to appear
wearing the latest fall stylesas
well as colors. The well
dressed woman cannot afford to
miss this show and the gentlemen -
will enjoy watching the

fashions.An added. feature will be.to 10 PC. BEDROOM SUITE!
see and hear Mrs. Athalie M.
'Range as she makes her bid fora DEFIES COMPETITION ATTHIS PRICE '
seat on the Miami City Com I II '
mission. Not only is she a dynamic f t;
person, but also a beautiful \ .
lovely person, who repre- -- "
t :F< /' rI ; ;
sents the highest type of wo- .r'
manhood. You and your friends I ('..".. 'I" ; ,( '. '\ f I t 'yt,
:.r \ ;
would like to see and hear her. ... "-.-- I JlyjRilNM .A}', t.; .. .' .0\. I 1I
Mrs. Range will be introduced: -v.-::. =;;*:. I .'!t'i kfj<1"'J\,,,' ... .. ,t ... I .' .:.
by civic Mrs.,Mamie religious Gill,and prominentin social -. ,..-'_,........,..-... -,. '.::cr::.' ..., .."_ ?,.''r'''. .!

affairs. ;. .', :Ji'
Mrs. Cherry Mills Boyer has ,. ti
.? ;'
been selected as the delightful
mistress of :' '.
ceremony for the : .
entire evening. Mrs. Addie -'
Pierce and Mrs. Bertha Perry
will serve as registrars. Dona-
tion $1.00.HERE'S.



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