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: November 5, 1965
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Volume No. 10 UG rL RIDA. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 5, 1965 16 PAGES

+ Child Burns to Deathin [ FALL ,I IH 1WfK fHEK .

Migrant Labor Camp :BRINGS! COURT AWARD

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Carol Ann Fleming, two- through the frame building on week awarded former Miami Chek store at NW 7th Ave.
and-a-half-year old daughter of Tallahassee Road and Camp- Municipal Judge L.E. and 23rd St. Mrs. Thomas
Joe and Shirley Fleming of Ay Drive in minutes. Thomas and his wife $65- said the heel of her shoe

nor,C.t<.l., burned to death at a The family came to the 000 for spinal injuries Mrs. stuck in a crevice between the
Thomas sustained when she tile flooring and a metalstrip
y' .+' South Dade farm labor camp camp three weeks ago because
which along the floor.
fell in Kwick-Chek ran
last Thursday while her mother "they said they were making super
The decision against
market in 1963.In
fetched cooking water money there Fleming
the trial before
from a hydrant building 75 Mrs. Fleming dashed into the three-day
Pearson Mrs. Thomas $57,000, and
Ray two
yards from the family's apart- blazing apartment, Metro Fire
doctors testified that Mrs. $8,000 to her husband for
ment, and her father worked Inspector D, A. Melton said,
his wife's medical
Eugenia B. Thomas had suffered expense
100 yards away.Witnesses "but it was so hot she could a 25 per cent permanent and loss of her services, society
said that a 25- not stand it and had to run out companionship and
mph wind whipped the flames of the back door. disability.The accident occurred on normal xelationship.. .

Teacher Elected to City CommissionCordie I

A 30-year-old Negro teacher This is Nichols second .
gave his write-in opponent an time in a year to be electedto r't.-
overwhelming defeat Tuesdayfor the commission, but he has
Shoot If Out
a seat on the Melbourne never taken a seat on the [Teenagers
City Commission.Ted board. His victory was nullified .
Nichols, first of his last year by Circuit Court
race elected to a governing because he did not meet Property With Police AftetCha s

: board in the history of the ownership requirements.In ,,a- .. .
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county, beat incumbent Les Dania, another Negro, Suspected of stealing i $15 Deputies' said- -Robinson-

Mary Jones is an up and her home. From all indications Bolon by a 3-1 margin, 1,549to building I contractor Boisy and some cigarettes from a emptied his four-shot22cali-
coming young aspirant to the this young lass should go far 579. Waiters, lost his second cam- service station, two boys ex- ber pistol without doing any
fast moving commercial telein her chosen profession. We The court ordered Bolon's paign for the City Council changed shots with police in a harm. When they were takento
I vision medium. Mary hails certainly would tune her in on name removed from the ballot again, after leading in the high speed chase that came to a hospital, doctors found
from the west coast of Flori- our sets-anytime. Photo by last week when he failed to primary.In an end when their car crashed wounds in Jackson's left :
da and at present: makes Miami Glamour.Charges comply with the court's quali- a four-man race, Waiters, Into a fire lydrant Sun-. arm, left side and both legs.
fication order.Guard. 39, ran third. Deputies Robert _James He was treated and turned
and Eduardo Gonzalez said over to the county Jail. .
they emptied their guns at the
e Dade fleeing -car''ns'' it 'weaved '4

I t Poverty Program tion.through the northwest sec- DiUiEens

Sylvester Jackson, 19, of

Head Quits Under fire 7001 the NW car 15th, was Ave.struck, driverof by Reject School

against three teen- "carrying sticks" shortly after four bullets, as his companion -
age boys in the murder of Bobby Bobby was found in a gutter Pearson, directorof Al Guskin State CAF director David Robinson, 18, Millage HikeDade
Ivey, a 37-year-old crippleat Oct. 15. But she said she a federally financed mi- at a meeting last week, of 2481 NW 65th St, firedat
Florida Cityweredismissed couldn't identify them. "They grant aid program in South admitted that Pearson's program the police car, deputies School Board's r
Tuesday by Juvenile Court were on the dark side of the Dade, resigned Satu rday aft was too slow and prom-. said.They quest for authority to hike
Judge Ben Sheppard.The street.OfThe er his program was criticized ised a charge. spotted the car after school taxes to six mills in
decision attending doctor, the Pearson formerly taughtIn receiving a report of a hold- (
was made by as being inefficient and seg 1966 and 1967 was cut one by
Judge Sheppard after a five- medical examiner and the defense regated. the county for 15 years. 'lup, at a Direct Oil Co. station the voters Tuesday, and the '
hour preliminary hearing, including witnesses were ques- Pearson heads the Community lie said that when his resignation at 4475 NW22nd Ave., five-mill rate is still on the c
defense charges of tioned by defense attorneys in Action Fund. He denied from the $1,000 a the deputies said. When they book.
effort show that it that his resignation month plus CAF program on signaled the car to pull over
police threats to the boys, and an to might Half of the total vote plus
Dec. 1 he will to the at NW 69th St. and 18th
due to criticism from local return
the testimony of a number of have been an auto accident. one was required for the win-
Economic Dade schoolsas Ave., Jackson stepped on the
Opportunity Program ; County public
witnesses who said that the
ning millage. The tally
Defense "warned Inc., leaders, and said a visiting teacher. gas. The officers chased the was.
boys were elsewhere when attorneys counted from 10 mills down
The Commuruty'ActionFundId car through heavy rain on
that he resigned to devote
Ivey was beaten.A up" over the hour the boys and the
financed twisting high speed course. through zero, at point
more time to his family and a federally program
15-year-old boy testifiedthat were arrested and whether their other inerests. under the Office Economic Finally the boys' car hita that half-plus-one was reached -
he attended a Cub Scout parents knew they were being Negroes had charged that Opportunity Program fire hydrant at NW 72ndSt. the millage was set.
meeting with one of the boys. questioned about a crime. They Pearson's three-month operation designed to coordinate all and 23rd Ave. The two The total vote for the 326
Afterward, he said,they bought objected to the alleged "con was accomplishinglittle migrant activities and initiate were arrested and chargedwith precincts was 82,371 and the
potatoes for the ladies who fession" the boys g we the armed robbery, assault
more than a lot of paper such services as clinics, half-plus-one mark was reached -
were baking sweet potatoes fora police. work and t hat he had recreation and better sanitation with intent to commit murder by adding the votes for 10,
church supper. Expressing a "good strong neglected to use Negro lead for seasonal farm and resisting arrest with vio 9, 8, 7, 6, and 5 mills. That
Mrs. Lula WadeIvey's sis- doubt as to the involvementof ership available in the com workers. lence. Jackson was not se- total was 50,668-a record vote.
ter, reportedly told Florida these boys with this man's munity. riously hurt.
City police Office Clifford death" Judge Sheppard dis-,
bills\ she saw three boys missed the case.


Urban League Health

Who Killed

fair at St. John's Sat.. UiIi !


The ireater Miami Urban County Dept ol Public i
League will sponsor aHKAIni Health, Visiting Nurses As- an inquest before 'Jus- r4
ANDWKLFAHKFAIUon sociation, Travelers Aid So- tice of the Peace Ralph Ferguson kLt +

Saturday, Novem ciet>. Other participating agencies on Friday, the death ofa
ber 6, at St. John's Baptist will be the Dade Association city jail prisioner last Tues t
for Retarded Chil- day was ruled accidental.
Church, 1328 N3rd Ave.
Representatives of Health dren, Family Service Assoc., Charles Preston Canty, 43,
Muscular Dystrophy Society was killed when on a work de-
and Welfare Agencies of -
Greater Miami will be available Senior 'enters, Welfare tail at the Orange Bowl. JamesW. ,
to give demonstrations, Planning Council, Legal Powell, 44, a prison guard, r e
of 17300 NW 9th Place, said
answer questions, and present Aid Society, Social Security -
Canty threatened him with
Administration. The
material, both written
Fair will be from 12 grass rake &s the detail was
and in film, about the pur- open
poses and services of their to 4 p.m. Truely Nolen will preparing to leave the stadium.
respective agencies. provide rides for children, He hit Canty on the head
and refreshments will be a- with his gun, Powell said.
Among the exhibits will vailable. The gun discharged and the .
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be those of the Planned Par- The aim of the Health and bullet hit Canty killing him _
If the public support and enthusiasm will win an election, then Mrs Athalie
enthood Assoc. of Miami, instantly.
Welfare l-'alr, is to make .
Range is as good as on the Miami City Commission. This of volunteerworkefs" 1
the Dade County Child Guidance available to the residents of Justice Ferguson ruled the group
Clinic, Dade County this community, the death as accidental since at the Range Edison Center headquarters paused long enough for photographer Wil-

Tuberculosis and Respiratory many ways and means to bet Powell had not intended to liam Harris to get this picture. A tremendous get-out-the-vote campaign is being ,
Disease Assoc., Dade ter health and family care. fire the gun. pushed during the final 10 days before election.



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MIAMi TIMES, Friday, November 5,' 1965 '3

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yn. nil :r(92\ ;-NEGR1JIS. '' 'IN I

II I POST OFFICE' JOBSEmployment ; ..w

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r of Negroes in 1965 rose 1.8 percent ver the t r
the Postal Field Service increased previous year, while over-all
to 92.014 in the fis employment rose by less than
cal year completed June 30. two-tenthsof one percent. The
This represents 15.7 percentof actual gain in jobs for Negroes .1
the total employment, compared was 1.650. The Depart
with 8.7 percent for the ment had 955 additional em-
nation's employed work' forceas ployees in the Postal Field
a whole. Negroes made particularly Service at the end of fiscal
large gains in promotions 1965-from 584,980 jobs to
p 1 1A during the year. 585,935. : :
Negroes showed an 8.7 per- gains."There However are we significant know that .% t ;

t cent gain in the middle man in '
some areas Negroes are,
agement positionsPostalField not being employed on an'
Service levels 7 to 11 equal basis and that in some
dramatic increase in the which pay from $6,140 to $11- Post Offices too few Negroes QlJI

demand for qualified Negroesto 305 a year. hold supervisory jobs. We i
participate actively in the know that opportunities go M+
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nation's expanding economywas upper management unusedl We want to find out
pointed out last week by levels Negroes showed a gainof the reason for this." .. "'.- -I
Dr. Jerome II. (Brud) Holland, 37.5 percent. Upper levels man The Post: Office Depart- On Oct. 20 the County- outstanding service to the mittee members attended this
president, Hampton Institute agement includes 12 ment has attacked the problemof Wide Committee of the Dade- community. This Surprise honoring. Mrs. Lillian Woods, I
Hampton. Va. Hew as address through 20 which pay from equal employment througha Monroe TB and BD Association meeting was held at Mrs chairman of the committee \
sing a Chicago audience of $10 250 to $24.445 a year. Postmaster's Program the presented Mrs. Annie Mae Coleman's home, 1833 NW45th made the presentation.-John-,
business executives and disclosed 311 largest post offices. Coleman a 25-year member Street. Many of her old of Miami photo. \JH
Negroes held 1,357 of the with desk for her !
lhat more than 150 These offices contain 60 per- friends as weB as new corn-
41 913 level 7 through 11 jobsin .
,corporations had recruited on cent of the total Negro em- '
the Postal Field Service at
Hampton campus during the the end of the fiscal year. ployment. Postmasters have Powell Ordered Bare I
last!< academic year, compared That was a gain of 108 jobs. set up offices programs for recruitment throughouttheir fo
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logive in
They picked up 15 level 12
to 20 positions during the training and promotion of per Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Joseph A. Brust ion held in Puerto Rico be-

,, :K,; .. J&<'M'. ... ', ,yea J raising their total to 55, sons from minority groups. ordered Rep. Adam Clayton signed the order directing'the cause she spends most of her
V..h %, &. The was augmented
p ; program Powells to for finan- time there.
Powell (D.N.Y.) and his wife, appear
TAKE, : 1fOUt( r. l y IeJi I 1 in August with the appointment cial examination.The w
The 55 top level lobs rep Yvette, Tuesday to appear in Mrs. James has been paid
> :, ;.;CHURCfi Sl1NDAY.; ."'; resent a 400 percent increaseover of a three member court Nov. 24 for an examination judge noted that Mrs. $18,000 of the judgment 4w>m
June 30, 1961, when Ne- roving task force from Headquarters of their financial condition. Powell had already been denieda funds raised by two commit-
that will check on motion to have the examinat- assist Powell.Dallas' .
groes held only 11 positionsin Raymond Rubin, attorneyfor tees to
the progress in equal employ-
the entire postal service Mrs. Esther James who wona
ment. Headed by a Negro, the
that were in top pay categories. $46,000 judgment against
task force has visitingpost
Negro employment in fiscal begun Powell in 1963 in a defamation I p
offices and regional Rosette
1965 was up 10.6 percentover suit, obtained the order.
Homes Hotels Stores fiscal 1961. The actual headquarters throughout the Mrs. James had been defamed "' t offers beauty at its best.

gain in jobs was 8,827 in that country, and will confer with a jury found,when Po Featuring the latestin
minority group or very
period. Negroes gained nearly
well called her a "bag woman
AGENCY7IINEI25THSTREET 45 percent of the additional aganizations on the program. ," or graft collector for hair styling at pricesto

jobs added in the Postal Ser the police department. suit you. The latestin
vice between 1961 and 1965.
751-4551 Total Negro employment in v' : wig styling by Tawan-
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as a jolly jailer with more bars than brains 0!) A cuff while you wait GEORGE P. HARTH, GENERAL, MANAGER



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AT 9:00: ONLY full time public relations department to assist you 'In solving your problems

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I THE_ ___ .MIAMI.... _.on. TIMES.. .. Friday. November b, 1965 .. _ _ __

.$22,293 Grant Gives WOOLWORTH'Sz

St. A/ban's/ Nursery

E. SICISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher 1

GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor
New Project

M.mb.r of th. National Newspapers Publishers Association ,
"" the.tl time of the last report,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Things are happening in
three have been granted; among -
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 Coconut Grove! St. Alban's them one for St. Al-

Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post Day Nursery, established! ban's, which will be a Family -
Office at Miami Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 sixteen years ago, is a nonprofit 1 Day Care pilot projectas .
non-sectarian day care
a demonstration for one
Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone OX 10421 center for children of work-

Ing mothers. It Is a United year.The S22-
"REDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The Fund Slxtyfivepreschool amount is
NEGRO PRESS believ-ri that America can cost lead Agency. :298.00 and will enable St.
the world from racial and national antagonism whun It accords boys and girls Alban's to place thirty children
to every man regardless of race, creed or -&:olor his the nursery and there is always in approved day care ; li" '

human and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no von-tho a waiting list of over homes licensed by the State .
tlogro-rro.. strives to help ever man in the firm belief that one hundred.St. of Public'd. :
mil men or. hurt'as long as onyo Is hold back.. Alban's has taken stepsto fare Department and the State )Department Values (0 i249& \ y

expand its service in the of Health. St. Alban's ,: .. .
Coconut drove: communityin .. .
THE BISHOP STANDS FIRM a field where the need is will match the funds received, ..a .
supplying one-third of the
greatest. For many years,
The Rt. Rev. Horace W. B. Donegan Bishop of St Alban's bi-racial Board cost in cash or ser\'ices. The

the Epsicopal Diocese of New York has announcedthat has been deeply concernedover dad care parent will receive 'a '
multi-million for the unfinished Cathedralof S43.00: a month per child
a sum the plight of the younger .
St. John The Divine in New York City was lost because sisters and brothers of its with the parent pa ing what .';::.::Z1 -It s I S

of his civil rights activity. The cornerstone for pupils, as well as other very she can afford, as determinedb %- .
the sliding scale of fee
,the cathedral was laid in 1892 it is now about two- young children; who are too > 1
used at St. Albans.'I'hegrcatmoney
thirds built. The information was given at a service young for group work. will pay the ifferen<:e, 55 tif

marking his 15th Anniversary as bishop. These are Infants betweenthe The dad care homes will f
of six months and
r One of the gifts withdrawn from a parishioner'swill ages called be closel) supervised b.\ the (
two and a half
was $600,000 and there are several others includ the "neglected years years" but case worker employed by the ris

ing a couple in excess of that amount said the bishop."I vitally important years. Nursery, Mrs Khoda; Albert. ,

am faced with the fact that one reason it is Their mothers, often the sole search is now being made ,

unfinished is because I as bishop of New York have support of the family, must for the needed day care

taken certain positions which I had to do as your bis- work. There is no facility homes. They will be inspected S
childrenso by Mrs.I Albert to see If
available for these ;
they conform or can be made
If, in the providence of God it turns out to be that homes'of theare taken to the to conform to the required \.

''this unfinished condition is going prevail for years, neighborhoodwomen standards. The da.v care

then I can only hope that its very unfinished quality untrained- most and of ill whom equipped.The are. mothers will be approved if < :? ..,,

will stand as a memorial to a diocese which in the mother goes to work it is evident that she is will

,twentieth century tried to do what it believed was beset with worries and fears ing to accept instruction and

fight." that are only too well Justi- suggestions at the propcl-
care of the children with
OUR GENEROSITYThe Health conditions in these heavy reliance on herability

homes range from passableto and willingness to dispense
United Stales generosity in opening its arms intolerable. Thebabiesare tender, loving care in large

receiving thousands of Cuban refugees and caring for often given improper food. amounts.it .

them, is perhaps one of the most humane acts ever undertaken We have seen plates of food is possible that mothers fo,1

in any country in the world. Her name shouldbe covered with vermin that who are now working may

called blessed even by Fidel Castro, himself. must have been standingun- find it advantageous lo stayat ) ,
home and take
care of
However this brings to the writer's mind some refrigerated and uncoveredfor
four children-the maximum
other folk. The Haitians for instance. It seems to us non-existent days. Suitable and there toys is are number that can placed in

that we are rather harsh in our treatment of them. They for toddlersto generally one home. The hours they
no ,
k jarp hardly allowed to remain in Florida long enough to crawl or space walk. They often will care for the children are 'a:Y

reap the crops and complete farm labor for which theyare wander Into the street, entirely flexible but are based, In gen- ,3 :-:.

brought, into the country. I without supervlsiQn. For eral, on the working dayfj -

Haitians are poor people, they need all the help this, the mother pays out of \'( days a week.
her 7.00 $8.00 This is the first projectof
they can get. or a day
its kind In Florida but
salary, a dollar per day per
child. one for which there has long
Recently, funds were made been a de1'pcrateneed. Hope-

available to the States, fully, this demonstration will
November brought us some rather sad headlines.In .
focus attention on this area of
Children's Bureau
Monday's paper we read of a Buddist burning him
of the Federal need so that other such pro-
! self to death; of a Dade County man killed in a crash ment of Health, Educationand Depart grams will be established

while six members of his family were injured. In West Welfare, to be adminis- elsewhere with both public

Hollywood, a man killed himself after wounding his tered by the local State Department and prig ate financial sup-

wife and daughter.In of l1bllc'elfare, port.

Atlanta, Ga., one adult and five children died to be administered by the local II >ou know of and one in

when fire swept through a frame tenement building.In State Department of Public the Coconut t ( roveAreawho against mechanical defectL

Cairo, 48 persons perished when a trolley fell Welfare. St. Alban's ap- might be interested in becoming *1 year guarantee malnspr/ngS.

into the Nile River. plication for a grant was one a DaCare Parent,please All with unbreakable
of eight from various cities in have her get in touch with
"In the midst of life we are in death.
-_.f, the State of Florida, coverIng Mrs. Albert at St. Alban's
I )lay Nursei.v Telephone HI-I
of At
variety projects.
i NEGRO GETS COMMISSION SEAT 31234. Nationally i1 dtertiued7JEWEL

Congratulations to Ted Nichols, a teacher at Mel. .

bourne, who has been elected to a seat on the City

,Commission.1.459 to 579.Nichols. He topped his opponent by a vote of PHIL OSSOfERToday LADIES::

is 30 years old. This is the second time
as her birthday ap- Had she chosen she could
he was elected in a year to the commission. The Cir
proaches, I wish tp pay trib- have become an interior dec.
cuit Court nullified his victory last year because he ute to a most wonderful per- orator. for she has an innate

did not meet property ownership requirements.Read son who has suffered pat sense of color harmony. I MEN'SWATCHES

mark .and learn, Miamians.In iently with my idiosyncrasiesfor thank God for that instead.she .

Tuesday's attempt, Dade County voters failed over 31 years, yet still decided to spend her life
to increase the School Board's millage from five to six loves me. How do I know she with me.
mills. still loves me? How could I No doubt you must think I -

The voters also defeated Governor Burns' $300 nelp knowing, for she arises searched far and wide for sucha
long before breakfast to wash :
treasure but this is
million road bond financial not so.
program. and hang out a load of laun- She was my first and only : 33
Trailer owners won their fight. They will not have dry, then prepare breakfast so girl whom I met at the age of
to personal tax their vehicles.VETERANS' that it be ready when I
, .......pay property on may of 18. Shy and retiring, I longed
arise. I treated like
am a for a
DAY companion, and turn
king. (Sometimes I deserveto ed to the Source of alt things ,
be treated like .
November 11 will be Veterans' a king God. Thus she
Day. Formerly it came to me as
crowned by a rolling pin and All
was called Armistice Day and was celebrated by all an answer to prayer, a gift gift
then get throne thrown from God.
classes. The Stars and Stripes were seen floating in that i is for a loss!) I boxed
the breeze from more business places and homes thanwe will close this glowing
tribute to a wonderful wife
now observe on Veterans' Day. My beautiful wife\ has with a poem from a birthday

Conspicuous on that occasion were two old timers, made a lovely home for me, card I made for her some
Sgt. Maior A. C. Goggins and Lt. R. E. S. Toomey, scrubbing, ironing and cook- years ago. It was so well Every one precision-crafted for durability

both of which had seen action in the Spanish AmericanWar. ing. Her food is out of this liked, I sent it to a greeting and design ill np.to-the-mimite styles. Petite

And Tim Butler and other World War I vets were world (should be served on card company which purchased dress wnt<:1H's for women) and girls; sport
right there, carrying the flag. flying saucers') and she is it. In memorandum form and dress
Are we less patriotic? Ye Editor won't believe an excellent manager of fir with apicture to fit each line, models for men and >oys. Some
nances. Besides all this, she it went like this: automatic. White
: that. We are just a bit careless about exhibiting such or yellow-gold tones.
works forty hours a week out A memo, to the best-friend'in
acts patriotism. side the home. She is aptly the world: USE OUR FREE LAYAWAY
Naturally, those days were just after World War I described in Proverbs, 31st Keep on cooking AVAILAIU 'N

11/11/18. The suffering and the aftermath of that bloody Chapter. To quote in part Those wonderful meals PlU'NI, HOMlSflAO MIAMI, HOUTWOOO MIAMI SIAC/t. CORAL HOUYWooD.IV G'-US. .

conflict which lasted four years, were still fresh in the "She riseth also when it is Keep on smiling ...,.....,..\ ...... uti WIST

rnjflds: of people. Many of our "boys" still bore battle- yet night, and giveth meat to That smile that appeals.

scars they sustained in Flanders Field or somewhere her household" 'She Keep on loving me YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORE AT
difficult looketh well! to the ways of Just like you do.
"Over there. And so it was to forget in the
her household and eateth not And III keep! hrjgjsmj, WOOLWORTH'SI
midst of so many reminders. That's 47 years ago. the bread of idleness About wonderful YOU'



__ THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, November_ 5, 1965, 5-


Friendship Garden and
Civic Club resumed meetings
at the home of Mrs. Ethel
( after a very pleasant
summer vacation. Some of the
Mr. and Mrs. A. 'T. McGregor: newlyweds of De- ladies chose to travel, some
troit, Michigan spent a couple of days at the Fontain- did community work while'
,bleu, and are now in Nassau. The Excel Currys of Ft. others stayed at home and
Lauderdale were hosts to the McGregors on Sunday rested. At any event all were
evening at the Chateau Madrid. glad to meet again after a
t. "long hot summer."

UNICEF WINS Millions of children around the The new officer were Installed -
globe the by Mrs. Ora D. Taylor
were winners when the Nobel Peace Prize with Mrs.Margie Waite at the
for 1965 was awarded to the United Nations Children's head. Her cabinet consist of
Fund. Mrs. Ethel Primus, first vice
president. Mrs. Estes, recording -
Free guided tours are being offered in three Dade secretary; Mrs. Mary

County Park and recreation areas: Redland Fruit and Mrs.Wright Lucille financial Reed secretary treasure-r:; Bethune-Cookman Collegeof a campus student group. Ie Haynes, freshmanPhiladel

Spice Park, Crandon Park and Greynolds Park. Miss E. C. Thomas, reporter; Daytona Beach continuesto From left to right: Joshua phia; Thomas Michener fresh-
and Mrs. Amanda Franklin, show the way in the enroll- Steele freshman from (INew man, Colorado; Lucky Cole- I I
Mr. and Mrs. Dewy Knight entertained with a Halloween parliamentarian.A ment of white students at Negro York City: Alfred McGee, man, junior Ocala; Raymond ,
Party for their son Dewy II last Saturday.All delicious repast was schools. Shown above is junior, Jacksonville; Ctephan-: .. Burns, senior New York City. I Il'
served by the hostess thanks -

children who have not had ifieasles should be extended for her hospi tality,
and adjournment COLLEGIANS ELECT NEW
immunized the until two
against disease.
weeks hence.
This is the recommendation of the Dade County The second meeting for the OFFICERSAt WATCH FQRLONGHORNI
Pediatric Society and the U.S. Public Health Services. fiscal year was held at the the home of Alonzo A.
home of Mrs. Florence Amosin Fannin 7001 NW 13th Ave., !
the Collegians Club, Inc., Mi-
Orchids to Sgt. Leroy A. Smith for the wonderfuljob Richmond Heights. The ami Club elected and installed -
he's doing to help the boys of the CND. meeting was presided over by
officers fof the
Mrs. Margie Wake in her usual
quiet dignified manner. 1965-66.
r Mr. Wilford Major of Newark, N. J. was in the city The agenda was "plansfor Under the able leadershipof
last week to attend the funeral of his sister, Mrs. Edith the year." Dr. J. E. Hogan the mem-
Bowles. The next meeting was heldat bership is confident of a fruit-
the home of Mrs. lona ful year of sharing its respon- i

Troop 879 had a pajama party last Friday night at Dukes on Oct. 16 where plansfor sibilities as an "active partipating" / ri

the home of their Deader Mrs. Kay B. Collins.On the planning year were committee continued.The is. growing organization community. in There our

doing an excellent seems to be no doubt that the
Saturday, October 20, 1965, Troop 733 of Opa senting activities for job each pre- job will be accomplished.The .
Locka, marked the birthday of Juliette Low, the foun- month. officers are: Dr. J. E.
der of Girl Scouting, with a hike. As the troop hiked The paramount concern of Hogan president;James Cash,
through the community following various trails, the the group is "Range for Com- vice; Alonzo Jackson secre-
tary; William Stirrup treasurer -
group learned about different phases in Juliette Low's missioner. The ladies were ; Dr. Clarence Hogan, par-
life. Many of the scouts wore costumes. Fun was had unanimous in their support of liamentarian; Wilbur Ellison,
by all. Mrs. Melvin Fox and Helene Smith are the leaders Mrs. Range in running for city business manager Albert
of Troop 733. commissioner. They expressed Dean, chaplain; Charles D.Ingraham. .
special interest by send- reporter.
ing a contribution to help this
: Troop 405 entertained 40 guests at a Halloween worthy cause. Mrs. Range is
party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Crawford.Get deserving of this office and FOR RENT
she l Is anxious to be elected.
well wished to Oliver Guionsrin Mt. Sinai Hos- /Among the many things she SMALL HOUSE i ,
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pital, Dorcia Howell, and James Hart. has done to raise the stand- $10 week for 1 or 2 people. t :
ard of this community give Kitchen, bathroom, furn. 3Jfr1f. 3//
to know she will do
you more living room, All private.
Mrs. Charles Williams (Mayme)of Richmond Heightshas if given a chance.Mrs. .
as her houseguest Mrs. Madeleine Johnson of Chi- Dukes made a lenghtyand 1311 NW 58TH STREETCAN ..

cago. interesting report from the BE SEEN ANYTIME
< .,: "" t.. Federated Clubs which met (. Ii
The Zack'Johnsons have returned to Miami after a recently in Okechobee.

summer in Monticello, N.Y. The Johnsons also enjoyeda I
short vacation in the Bahamas, before settling down Betty Alford entertained a few friends in her North ,,
for the winter season.Representative Miami Beach home last Tuesday with a bridge party. ;:: get Instep
Mrs. Alford has just returned from a European tour that I with
Fred Karl was the guest speakerat took her into 14 countries, so you can imagine what all
the annual dinner of the Florida Council on Human she had to talk about. } f I'' this new

Relations on Nov. 3 at the McAllister Hotel.
denim slack
i. Arthur Wake of Denver, Colo. is visiting relativesand
Mrs. Addie M. Anderson, a teacher at Naranja was friends after a 17-year absence. f: set .
in Nashville, Tenn. last week to attend the funeral of

her mother. Langston McKinney has returned to Syracuse, N.Y. ,. r- look dashing and dramatic
after being called home. He will spent the Christmas i aI 1S. t ,! in this new"backinterest'Arnel
Sincere sympathy to the Payne, Williams and holidays here with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mc- 4 ijj t 'Ill?')1' denim slack set
S'VI) daringly designed by Mr.
Boggis families. Kinney and aunt, Eunice Liberty.
Vito. and fresh
..., j4 new on
3 ;; the Florida scene. Stove
Remember to tune in Tuesday, .November 9, CBS Thomas L. Sanders left by jet Monday for Chicagoto t' *t Sr pipe,hi-rider pants with
for "The National Citizenship Test." 10 p.m. until 11 be with his sister Ann Morris who lost her husband fitted cooley jacket ,
p.m. This test will probe attitudes. Are you a good last Thursday. :, }: : cutaway back with cascades
citizen? The TV test will help you find out. t:;, of eyelet embroidered fuf.I I
Pretty girls all over Dade and Broward countiesare iP t ; (let. In pink, blue and willow
The annual week for ,; ," ,}t green 3 to 15.
emphasizing values of edu- looking forward to the Miss Rock contest. Fabu-
cation begins on Sunday with the theme "Invest In lous prizes will be awarded to the lucky winners. I }'
Learning" t set,
"What a child is likely to become seems to me to CUSTOM MADE IT

dependOn the Society into which he was born and the de- b PLASTIC FURNITURE I 1'ttkJr

grees to which that society values children.On SLIP COVERS IJS

his Parents and the quality of nurture they provide CRYSTAL CIIAIMIAVf
in his Home. LONa LASTING
On his School and the quality of the Teacher and HM HILLY KISISTAHTe
the Educational Experiences it makes available.On '
the Child himself. It is a joint responsibilityof Jiuuwotoun.- ? MEM ; jP :

soceity, parents, teachers and the children them- IMir AMAAIAtSIALI MASS ',
selves. Have you borne your full share of the task??
November Datelines:
November Junior Red Cross Enrollment Month House of Gretchen Wl 7-5098

November 7-13-American Education Week Formerly Cretchen-Nicholas Plastic Covers
Community Health Week
Cat Week International

November 11- Veterans Day Opening ,
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For all you "philatelists" (stamp collectors), the Soon Styled .by
Florida Federation of Stamp Clubs is sponsoring its
16th annual exhibition at the Everglades Hotel Friday ?hz.
through Sunday. Admission is free, so how about going BARBECUE

and taking the kids. 1033 N.W. 3rd Ave. LOR TS

Editor and Mrs. Frank L. Stanley of the Louis-
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before planing out to Nassau on Sunday. Frank is pre- BARBECUE BEEF PORK EDISON CENTER 6112 NW 7th AVE.

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Everybody is everybodys buddy until you back 'em FOR RENT
against the wall, and a moment of truth arises. Just Modern ApartmentCall
before the election candidate tells you that he is for
you and when it's really time for the showdown, the Herb Mannings

politico's back down and will not support another can- 14 $t 757.6365\ ,
didate because he doesn't want to get involved in "Ne ; : ----i (
gro Leadership." What leadership? If the selfappointedleaders
were to get together. and not worry about who
is going to be the "big gun", they could form a solid MEETINGThe
wall of leadership. We now have a chance to get Mrs. tenth District P.T.A.
Athalie Range as the first Negro city commissioner, announces Its meeting to beheld
and if she is elected, (and I am almost sure she is on Saturday, Nov. 13 it
going to win), we will have a spokesman in the right the Brownsville Junior High
position. November 16th is Election Day. Do not be a School auditorium. The work-
slacker! Get out and vote for Mrs. Range. If you haveto ty i'v' shop will be based onc
loose a day's pay, then lose it. That will be your theme: Action ProgramParental -
contribution to the cause. You will be the one to bene- These volunteers of the Bond Transfer Company donated their time to instal:)| Education. Registratioh
fit from it, because you will have'a voice to speak for the Wall of Faith mural at Variety Children's Hospital. Shown left to right after the for the morning session is frofti

you. Please call your friends and have them call their 900 Ibs. panel had been set into place are: Frank Jacobs, James Jackson, Don Bond,are 8:30 urged to 9:30 to a.m.attend All this member *

friends, and pass the word about voting for Athalie. Jr.- sculptor, Michael Piuggi, and Clifford Brown. interesting and informative vet
Please do not act like a Reggin, this time. Look ahead- Donors of $500 or more will have their names inscribed on the Wall of Faith.,meeting. a
be progressive. If we miss this chance, it will put us ___ f>
back another 10 Now out there and votel! '' .'>. \.< 't >
years. get BII1I. ;Nws. FroM, I.y'-1IiH. Ariltki tINks I rs .Bi.M.J .

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With Xmas coming on, there are so jobs to
many Charlie Gibson of Mrs. The Progressive Liberal John Bostic
Neville Wilson, a 26yearold son ,Henry 26,
be had, and it seems that we do not have enough people insurance salesman, and Viola Gibson and the late Sam- Party at a meeting of its General was called to the Bahama,
to fill these jobs.Yet, there are so many folks com Alphonso Rolle, 35, drownedon uel Gibson, is a member of Council on Oct. 4, sus- Bar on Oct. 6 at the openingof
plaining that they cannot find work. Sam Moncur, at the the night of Oct. 14, when the jet set. He received his pended for two years Paul the Criminal Session of the
EOPi office at 11th St. and 5th Ave. has jobs for folk the car in which they were B.S.c. degree in Aeronautical Adderly, Orville Tumquestand Supreme Court. A packed
in the downtown area. Judge Johnson has a heap of riding plunged from the Pot Engineering from the Aero- Spurgeon Bethel. The action courtroom ,of lawyers, relatives
jobs at the Brown Sub office, 4820 NW 27th Ave., and ters Cay dockside. Police reported Space Institute, Chicago. He was taken against the and friends saw the
Carl Sutton at the 6720 NW 18th Ave. office has justas that Wilson was at the then went to Northro Insti- trio for breaking the PLP's ceremony. He is the 42nd'
wheel when the accident oc- tute of TechnologyInglewood, boycott against the House of member of the Bar. t'
many job openings. There is no charge for this ser- cured. The car landed upside Cal., where he took the Air- Assembly Sept. W. The announcement Bostic was presented by
vice offered by the Economic Opportunity Program, down in the sea and the doors frame and Powerplant program was signed jointly Barrister'L. B. Johnson. He
Inc. It is all free. We are only too happy to have jobsto were closed trapping the by PLP leader L. 0. Pind- is a product of Government
offer.. It is helping people to live better, buy their men. All efforts to rescue ling, Cecil Whitfield Wallaceand High School, Nassau; Cala
children's clothes and food, and get toys, etc. for them were futile. Traffic fatalities in Nas- Geoffrey Thompson. The bar High School Kingston,
sau for the past nine months council however, left the Jamaica and Exeter University -
for Xmas. Any time you are in need of a job, regardlessto
totaled Increase of four
whom be to of the offices mentionedand Wilson's wife, Beatrice, 16, an door "w kfe open" for the men England, where he obtained
you may go said he left home "to returnin over last year. At the same or any of them, to be r *lnstated. his LL.B. degree in
they will be glad to help you. a few minutes." She was time there were 46 road accidents 1963. He was called to the
The Satellite Lounge, uptown's most frequented preparing his supper. Rolle's 19 of them pedestrians The three men stated to English Bar July 20 this year.
the wife. Elizabeth, said her hus. -a decrease of 18 less the press that the action of Alexis Nixon (whom he had
continue its to
to atmosphere
Lounge, seems warm
band had gone to the Potters for the same period last year. the Council is unconstitutional never seen) was the donor of
and folks about that
lovers town appreciate pleasant
Cay dock to pi ck up his mother and that they will continueto the scholarship which enabled
music and happy surroundings. For the past four who was to arrive on a boat Banks in the Bahamas have attend the Houseot As him to take the law cour.' /
years, this reporter has always found it hard to find a from Mangrove Cay' Andros. j ordered in advance nearly 12- sembly. On the heel of the ---
seat at this now famous bar. Bill Harris, the gracious The boat was late., 000 Churchill Crown pieces expulsion of the trio Lockin- Three double-decker buses
host and manager, maintains, as ever, that a reserve, being issued by the Royal var Lockhart, Holland G. were landed recently at Freeport -
more adult atmosphere, will always appeal to those Richard Sanz and William Mint in England. The coinsare Smith and L. B. Johnson resigned Grand Bahama. They
who enjoy entertaining each other with conversation Evelyn Pinder were found guilty in commemoration of the from the party. The were brought from London by
by a 12-man Supreme Court late Sir Winston Churchill. National Democratic Party is the Port Authority to be usedon
rather than waiting for or
as a spectator, g
jury Oct. 15 for breaking into being organized by this group sightseeing tours by viaH.
someone else perform. To prove this point, Freddie the John Bull store on Bay St. Teresa Bowe, 7, and her tors.
Green, the talented Hammond Organist, has continuedto on Aug. 29 and stealing a brother, Junior Bowe, were Patrick Higgs was con- William H, Major, 87, diedin
his talents nitely for the past 52 weeks. valued critically burned in their homeat
expound Diebold safe at $406. victed on Oct. 8 in the Supreme New York on Sept. 24. His
Fred always sets a mood that is conducive to the "Outof They were sentenced to four Eight Mile Rock, Grand Ba Court of assaulting and Charlie, popular sports
that Rosetta Smith imprisonment each. hama, on the night of Oct. 14, son,
this atmosphere prevails. years attempting to rape an American promoter, left Nassau that
Miss Personality of the Satellite, will be back on the Sanz and Pinder, 21 and while their mother, Althea visitor at Harbour Island. afternoon to attend the funeral.
scene when she returns from Detroit, where she is now 23 years old respectively, had Bowe, was absent. The house He was sent to prison for Mr. Major, who was born in '
come from Miami where they was completely destroyed. three At the conclusionof
visiting relatives. Recently, the management has addeda Police years. Nassau, went to the United
lived just three days before said that the fire the trial the
multi-complex stereo unti that brings the appar- two-day jury States in 1918, and made three
new $1,000 the robbery and left on the ently started when a flowing deliberated 23 minutes and visits since His survivors area
discotheque sound to the juke box, and rivals any day after. Their fingerprintswere curtain was lighted by a kerosene gave a unanimous verdict of son, a daughter and a grandson. -
sound you've ever heard. For a taste with atmosphere, identified by the CID. lamp. guilty.
at no extra charge, this reporter digs the Satellite. It -_
is always a pleasure to spend a little of my very restricted i
leisure time at this distinctive drink house. '

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tuturned home after spending 3 years in the Armed
Services, and has formed the Bobby Kendrix Trio.
Frank Major is spotlighted on the drums and hold on-

to your hats, because "Turnipgreens"is on Bass. The
trio is in rehearsal for a month, and will be ready to
give the public the kind of music we know Bobby can
produce .Last week I paid a visit to the Orange
Blossom Plant (they make O.J. and all kinds of mixed pI
fruit in jars). Well anyway, I was given a grand tour, ,
and believe me, the sight I saw was beautiful 200
women, in line, preparing the fruit and men working
putting the fruit in jars and unloading all kinds of the

fruit. It is really quite a place. From now on, when you
need O.T., make it Orange Blossom. Not only is it the
best orange j juice (and that is a fact) but if this com- ,

pany hires 250 Negroes, then we all can buy the product

to show our appreciation .to a fine management. I I i' 'Ir

A note from a young lady who is employed on the I TABIE$0 -
desk at The Dolphin Hotel, Nassau, Bahamas: ,
'I was asked by Mr. Bondu what did I think of the

United States and had I been there.
First of all let me explain, I'm an Australian and I
the United States is a very interesting place, but,, I ,
found the majority of the people false because they are 1

too busy trying to keep up with one another, getting '

crazy themselves to pay more all the into bills.debt and having to work like : $ N W< m AVe.; "V ; ; ; : :twW

"I really feel sorry for the people in New York
City. I've never met such miserable people, nice but Sft ff Ifcoitfime 1130 litoj

miserable. There doesn't seem to be a way of life

there. it's more like a rat race. Great tank f Acfc
"Maybe a slower fall would be the answer to less -

heart conditions and less ulcers.

tourists"I've also overseas.noticed They a lack prefer of confidence things to in be American organ WED; AMATEUR NITE ,1 FREE AH STAK SHOW THURS.

ized and arranged rather than wander around themselves

Remember, I'm speaking about the majority.

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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 5, 1965


Friday night Oct. 29
the following named persons
were presented as Dade Coun-
ty's Ten Best Dressed Wo-
men for 1965-66: Yvonne Bras-
field,Wylamerle Marshall, lona
Bucholtz, Ann Thomas, Louise s -- ,. ..,. -
Bradley Joypelup .Knowles. Another "Fun" w..k at the "Not." Nice friend| ,
Beatrice Kichardson, Juanita cool wathr what
nice business, nice more could anyor
Johnson, Alice Harrison and want.
Willie F. Williams. Thanksgiving It almost with us, and Christmas It
show theme
The fashion de'heure," around the cornr. This year It flying by. I hope it hat
was "Elegance brought at much happiness at it hat given m.. Have
H hour. Duringthe you you
i iJ Fashions change by of scene Alonzo started your Xmas shopping? started early this y.ar.1 I know
to like what I picked for .
; .; Jackson, art teacher, paintedthe "on and only" it going him Real|
.t oncoming scene.
Mr. Jackson for a work of So many new friend cam. In this past week Edith
George, Ann, Ruthi Arnold, 1
Jr- L art well done. LeRoy, Hayward Eddie
: and Ramsey Mary Etta Wilson, Ada
Mrs. Ruth N. Polite, our Verdell LeRoy (Boot.
'b b Kathleen (California) Butler, Curtis
F wonderful narrator, gave a ney) Dames Cooper,
most cultural setting to the Henry Williams, Roosevelt Dingle Modell Spencer. Cora
event. Model consultant, Mrs. Lee Curry, Arthur Knight, Lonest Brinson Hope you liked
Corine Anton made her grand the barbecue, Ella So nice to meet all of you. Come back

appearance in every scene soon
modeling most graciously.The Joey Clements came in Thursday night to say hello.
featured model: Mrs. John Glad to have you back In Miami. We misted you.
(Mary) Pridegon modeled her Roin-Rainond More Rain-But it couldn't dampen our
own designs which were most spirits. Hod a swlngln time all day Saturday and Saturday
exquisite.The night Kept us busy pouring suds, Scuppernong Wild Irish,
Members of the -
Golden the for
speaker the occasion.Mrs. .
Mrs. Mary Lou Nixon, retired -
following all of
persons making barbecue ribs. Enjoyed seeing you Riley,
Age Club of James E. Scott Mitchell
stressed the UN their
teacher and member of also be commended( on
Community Association com- theme Ira, Chuck, Leartls McCray, Andrew Harris, Big Daddy Bub-
"International and model-
Cooperation the Senior Citizens Committee wonderful fashions
her T. J-, C.W., Walter, Shorty, Tootle, Horace, Minnie,
bined the observance of the Year" and made timely was mistress of cerenMVies. ing: Vera Johnson, Frankie
29th anniversary of the United suggestions as to how each Mr. Charoes Higgs, bice Rolle, Zethal Surrency and Charles, Rose Noble, Mottle, Mary, John Johnson (Book),
Nations* with their monthlybirthday individual through his or her chairman, presided at the Miss Fannie Sands who con- and all the rest
party. daily living can make a con- piano. cluded the show with a wed Don't forget Monday night. Always a special on our bar.
Mrs. Thomas Baumgartner, tribution toward strengthening After the program the audience ding gown. owned by Mrs. becue sandwlch-504 from 6 p.m. til) closingSo good with
member of the Senior Citizens the UN and bring peace to the sang happy birthday to Thomasina Lindsey designedand our cold cold beer or chilled wines. Come in and treat yourself -
Committee read the UN prayer world. the October honorees. Girls made by Mrs. Violet Arm- to the best
alfd'' Miss Blanche Calloway Other contributions to the from the Neighborhood Youth br rater. Love to all of you from FootsBill, Bettylva, Mary, and
read the President's procla program were the musical selections Corps prepared the refresh- Past ten best dressed women "Yours Truly" Look for me next week In the Times. Well
mation. by Miss Josie Rob ments. A special birthday present was Mrs. Portia see you this week In the "Note" .Elinor
Mrs. Lemmie Mitchell, so- erts, retired school teacher, cake was furnished by the Bannister,'1958 Queen.
cial studies instructor at Mrs. Alice Smith and Charles The affair was sponsored
Northwestern Senior High, was Higgs. 1
by the Episcopal Churchwomen
x. ;' of Church of the SERVICE 9 TO 9

I Lory's Has: .p..tiol\Fo'r\ CHURCH SUNDAY figuration. TranS-j BLACK & WHITE AND COLOR

'Personal Customer .Strvicc<,- ,. ..... ', ." Florida is First In Southto VET TV

Lory's has a great reputat- business on integrity and ho-
ion for caring for each and nesty to each and every per
every customer coming through i I 379-7735
their doors everyday.The son.You owe it to yourself to Clear All School PlansThe

personal, warm, attent- come in and get acquainted
ion that our sales people giveto with their wonderful selling
their customers is indicativeof people. They are open every State Department of that was pending-that od
Education reported in Talla-
the people who own and evening. Flagler County-has been ap-
the hassee Monday that Florida be -
operate Lory's Stores. proved.
Thier policy that "No saleis WAKE UP TO came the first state' in the ...
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W. E. Sims Greater Miamians who are Tbc women are sponsoringtheir
sermon topi this Sun- Rev. prstor
attend the Baha'iState
planning to annual Woman's Day
day will be "The Preaching A. L. Stephens, reporterOn Convention in Sarasotaon this Saturday from high

of Paul, Acts t 124:25. We shall last Sunday morning we Sunday November 7, are dinner until? at the church. Delivery
noon I
consider the gospel that Paul were honored to have "The Miss Olive Alexander, execu- if required.
preached under several different Festival of Stars, Inc." worship -tive Director of the James E. First Sunday services will

circumstances, and how with us. Our pastor gave Scott Community Association, be as usual. The Lord's Supper ST. JAMES AME CHURCH
audiences reacted to It. Thereis
the installation message and and Mr. George Savitt who will be administered during -
,one gospel, but people react installed each member in their writes "Phil Ossofer" in the the morning and evening, The October-Ites powered

Woman's Day differently to it. rightful places. Miami Times; Mr. and Mrs. and the choirs will sing jointly. Their way to second place in

We congratulate Oeorge: The Young Women Auxiliary Ezekial Poitier and daughter the Calendar Rally. At their

Baldwin'on the fine work that wish to thank New Hope of Opa-locka; Mrs. Emily Every loyal member has a climaxing program on last

At ST. Pall I he did in repairing the church Baptist Church at large and Bethel and Mrs. Freda Pawleyof date for Sunday Nov.14Wo Sunday the group came up witha
roofs and windows. We are all of the visiting friends for North Miami, and Mrs. Toby man's Day. Chairman M. Saun- report of $1,667.72 with a
grateful to J. D. Faniel for his for helping to make their first Emanuel, her daughter Grace A. Mc- special effort of $613.45 In
anniversary last' Sunday a ders and Co-chairman cluded. The month of May is
concern and helpfulness in on and Mr. Allan Perlman of MIami -
the upkeep of the manse. Her- success. A special thanks to Beach. Donald wish to remind captains in the forefront. '

schel Peterson, with the help Rev. C. J. Burney and his The purpose of the state and members that theyare Mrs. Gertrude Stockling, the

of Willie Whitehead, has been convention is to elect delegates on the home-run now. They energetic chairman, in behalf
choir.Our to runrunrun. -
working industriously on the annual Woman's Day to the National Convene expect everybody behind. of the group thank Mrs. Idella

building and grounds ,These program will be held Sunday, tion which is held in the Ba- Let none be host left to the Johnson for the use of her
are excellent examples of Nov. 14 at New Hope. Mrs. ha'i House of Worship in Wil- Temple was home for the Friday night sale

stewardship for Christ, as we Margie Perkins, president of mette., 111., late in April. last Ministers weekend.and Deacons'The welcome Union parties that were sponsored.

continue to give our time, tale the Young Women's Auxiliary Miss Alexander, Mr. Savitt Thursday evening was Mrs. Eliza James, chairmanfor
ent and treasure for the labor Seaboard Baptist Associationof and Mrs. Emanuel were elected program quite inspiring. Choirs of St. the upcoming November

of the Kingdom. Florida, will be the guest last year.SALTERS. James, Mt. Olivette and the group gave warning to May
Our congregation will cele- speaker at 11 ajn. host church furnished music and October that they mean

brate its 17th anniversary.The At 7 p.m. Mrs. Bloss for the occasion. The combined business when she says "look

calendar of events is Hale of West Hollywood, mem- CHAPEL AME choirs of Ol ivette, 55 out, here we cornel"'
as follow: ber of Gethsemane Baptist and strong, made an indellible im-

Sunday Nov. 7, Rededication first vice president Seaboard Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor pression. Mr. A. Clark was PRAYIING BANDIf
Service at 11 a.m., Memo- Association. We extend a cor- Flossie Marshall, reporterFor M.C. believe in
you prayer,
dial invitation to the public to
rial Service at /7:30 p.m.; Wed- the morning service thebbroughtstheemessage. Challenging messages yrere then come and join in with us
nesday, Nov. 10, Auxiliary worship with us. delivered by Revs. J. A.King., on each Wednesday night at 8

Popularity Night at 8 p.m.; In spite Thomas Rolle, H. W. Moss, J. o'clock. Let us pray together.
Friday, Nov. 12, Festival of McGHAH SPEAKSIsn't of all the rain Sunday, it wasa H. Johnson and music was ren- For through prayer there is an

I Mrs. Patsy McClendon, Fine Arts at 8 p.m., Holmes it great and wonderful wonderfulday. dered by the choirs of St. Pet- answer to all your problems.

above, joins her Pastor, the Elementary School. Donation put our trust in the Almighty Mrs. Claudia Dixon held er's, Perrine; New Mt. Zion, Peter therefore was kept in

Rev. Mr. Thomas C. Kelle y, $1.00. God, to believe that her missionary program with Homestead and Mt. Zion, West prison but prayer was made
Jr., of St. Paul A.ME. In- great success. Mrs. Clo Wil- The next quarterly -
He is always as near as the Palm Beach. without ceasing of the church
stitutional Church, in extending liams was the main speaker, be held at Mt.
THE INCARNATIONThe breath we breathe. I often meeting will unto God for him. Acts 12:5.
invitation to the
an com- wonder do to do Mrs. Emily Benson, supervisor. Oli vette, Rev. I. C. Mickins. kind and
why we try Make me patient,
them in
munity to join wor- Rev. Earle Hackett,Vicar The pastor gave some encouraging -
ship on November 14,1965. everything on our own, but if pastor. All officers were re- gentle day by day. Teach me
remarks also Bro.
On Sunday, November 7th, and think little while, elected.
This date marks the twenty- stop more nearly as I pray.
Coleman was
the Ninth Annual States' Tea present.Mrs.
we will remember we are
first annual commemorationof
will be held on the grounds of not our own and we have noth- Agnes Davis talked
at St Paul.
women about the pastor's anniversary COUNCIL OF
the church.This is NATIONAL
our biggest ing. Without God, we are nothing -
As is customary, the Gen- social event of the year and but with God all things program which will be on the NEGRO WOMEN, INC.

eral Chairman of Woman's we anticipate a record atten- are possible. So let's say for third Sunday in November. Let Washington, D. C. November 1014Muss
Day is selected one year in dance. Come, our churchwomen ourselves this week I will us make this a great day.

advance ofthedateandprep- will be ready to give you a forever hold to God's unchanging Sunday night Mrs. calss AnnGunter's Dorothy I, Height of New York City will preside
aration commences Imme- hearty welcome. hand. Read Luke Sunday Nhen a large delegation df members and supportersMiss
diately. Mrs. McClendon ex- Dr. Melton White,one of our 21:18. So until a later date, if held its Halloween Party at meet In Washington, D. C for
pressed gratitude of her selection assistant organists has presented God's will, thanks for reading the home of Bernice and Mu- the annual convention of the

in words, and indeed. the church six beautiful and God bless aal of you.MUSICAL riel Ward A good time was National Council of Negro Worn

She.began planning and candlesticks to be used at .' had by all.JOLUETTE. Inc. Recognized as one of ,
t en,
working for this annual eventin burial services. They are the influentialwomen's

November, 1964, and has work of his hands Our thanksto TEA CLUB WORSHIP the country's most the Council ,
been constantly on the go to Dr. White. groups,
make this year's activitiesan Friends and members are AT BETHELThe will be headquartered at the
We are preparing for our
over-all improvementThis cordially invited to the Phy- Sheraton Park Hotel:
every member canvas. If you llis Wheatley Art and Social members of Jolliettee Founded in 1935 by the late
is held would like to assist, see Mr. Social Club worshipped to-
event in orderto Club's annual Musical Tea, Mary Mcleod Bethune, NCNWis
help keep the church clear Arthur Blatch or Fr. Hackett. gether as a group at the an-
Sunday, Nov. 14, 4 to 7 p.m. an affiliated body of some 25
of indebtedness; but the Gen- May we remind you that the at New Covenant Presbyterian nual Weman'sDay program at Anti-
eral Chairman has held the church's year is drawing to a Bethel AME Church last Sunday national orrjanizations
Church NW 12th Ave. at 43rdSt. Education,
desire to help keep the church close and books too will haveto Poverty, Consumer
together spiritually as well. be closed for the year, Featuring the Vibrates of The club members felt Cultural and Educational Schol-

Though the financial goalof thus we must check up on our Northwestern High. very proud of their presidentMrs. Dorothy I, Height arship Programs are among the

$12OOOhas been set, Mrs. dues and other assessmentsfor Mrs. Wilhelmena Sands, Connie Sanders who was group's major concerns for 1965.
McClendon has also set a 1965. president; Mrs. Mary Lou Nix- awarded one of the certificates

goal of Increase of member- on, chairman. for outstanding club MT. CARMEL BAPTIST sr '

ship, devotion to God and work. They felt truly proud I ------------1

complete spiritual communion I AUTUMN TEA of their club sponsor, Mrs. At the Sunday morning service I TrtateentI I

among all. MT. CALVARY BAPTIST Cherry Mills Boyer, thechait we had a visiting minister I
The members of the Young man of the program who did with us. He was Rev. J. L. I ,

It will be well to mark your People Training Union of the Rev. S. Atchison, pastor such a wonderful job of coots, Hardwick of Trinity Baptist Rectal Diseases, VariJ I

calendar for Sunday Novem- New Mt. Zion Baptist Churchof Constance Carter, reporter dinating it. who delivered the message. J COlt Veins, Prostate No I

ber 14, 1965toatte church Hialeah cordially invite you At the next meeting the Don't forget our Woman's J lost tint Discard Truss I
at St Paul, located at North- to their Autumn Tea on Sunday partake On Sunday in a, Nov.great 8 feast.we will It Jolliettes will continue to Day program on the fourth Sun- J i Upon Correction of Rup.ar..1
west 19th Avenue and 51st Nov. 7 from 3:30 to 5:30 day. We are asking you in advance -
p.m. will be a feast in remembrance make plans for entering mem- I Low cost. I
Terrace. The morning wor- They have chosen Hezekiah of Jesus. An invitation is ex- bers of the community at their to come out and be DR. LONG'S
ship will be held at 11 AM ,
and the evening activities will Pratt, a senior at the Miami tended to everyone to join in annual Christmas dance in with us. !.'1545 SW 1st St-FR 3.2748FOR
Northwestern 'High School to with us in this great feast. the beautiful Caribbean Room. {
commence at 6:30: PM. Han ..
speak. There will be other ----------- -
now to attend both inspiring
talented people parti- '
services and enjoy wonderful young .*T ,g9ree*n ---', $
fellowship with us. cipating.If DT. ELKS STYLE SHOW
you miss this affair, you
will miss a treat. Can we counton The Dt. Elks of Greater

ANTIOCH BAPTIST seeing you Sunday at the Miami Temple will entertainthe I
New Mt. Zion Baptist Churchin I friends with a style show BETTER PICTURES I S LI

I 1899 NW 64th Street Hialeah? on Sunday, Nov. 14, 5-9 p.m. t'CA : :,,:: ,

Rev. P. Wiggins,, pastor Mrs. Chellie Estes direct- ,':it' at the beautiful ContinentalClub ":
Willie Powell, reporter 6000 NW 7th Ave. ( ::;! 1
ress and Rev. R. C. Solomon, I 'JO'BNSON' >
: l Mrs. Pearl S. Hardy, well .', f'
The second pastor. # t / :4
: Sunday at 3 'r .lW. ..... I
o'clock p.m. the entire churchis f.. known model of Fort Lauder- .h"-'.. -''t"'t> "7. ; ,",'f'/it,'::.v, 'f>. ,. t .'
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'I dale will be model. 1 d a avq
guest I
asked to accompany the CHURCH OF CHRIST 1 .c.. /,. Mrs. Vera Williams is chairman \ ; ffOF .IAMI' I IM

pastor to Bethlehem Baptist. 1600 NW 54th Street '.' ': of the affair. Dts. Enid ', .:,.....,.k"-o..: ,- ."'* ,_, ." ..,,' < _.... .
Scriptural Reading on Adam 1 r Reese and Alice Lucas, co- I .
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before '
Thursday night the -
and Eve, Cain and Able are / chairman. The chairman and I
third Sunday the church is examined in Christian Science daughters are working untir- DINNERS PARTIES WEDDINGS
asked to accompany the pas- Crjurch services this Sunday. : ingly to make this one of the

tor to Salters Chapel AME The theme of Redemption is 'j.'..5'i.; best of the year. I BABY PICTURES A SPECIALTY

brought out in the subject, Also see and hear Mrs.
May we continue in prayer I ... I
Adam and Fallen Man. All are ) ,' Athalie Range as she makes 1
for and visit the sick.Slster
welcome to attend services W.i ". her bid for a seat on the Miami .
Beatrice Joseph in North MIami -
Sunday 11 a.m., Wednesdays THANK YOU city commission. r! :
Hospital. 8 p.m. and to use our Reading I. .SCHOOL: ,nrtJ ICTURESJ I

Room Monday and Friday 1-3 The members of Ward No. _

ZION -HOPE BAPTIST Wednesday 6 to 7:45. 15 of Mt. Zion Baptist Church FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ,2'O

The sermon for Sunday was wishes to express their ap- (Brownsville) I : ;::: '. I'
preciation of thanks during our Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor ;
wonderful all day. The Rev. NEW MT. MOR1AH BAPTIST Annual Tea and Crowning of Donel I Turner, reporter
ached out
Andrew Mrs. Ward No. 15, who is our There will be a musicaltea

his Rev.soul A. Jackson Sunday is morning asking and all Rev.Dorothy A. L.A. Lee Shipp, reporterRev. pastor beloved Mrs. Pearl Bailey. given by captain No.7, 1 1186 NW 38th St.: I

Thanks to all in attendance, Novl 7 at 3 p.m.
children and parents to please Shipp and the Pas and s pccial thanks to those Rev. P. W. Williams will

attend and be on time. tor's Aid Club would like to participants on the program. preach Nov, 17, 7:30 p.m. He 635-4748
Rev.' Freeman is asking all thank the Sons of New Mt. Mo- Mrs. Delores Covin, president is pastor of St. Luke Baptist L J

members to please pray for rich and their choirs for a and David Lucas, dea Church. We invite you to wor- - - -

the sick and shudns. wonderful homecoming. con. ship with us each Sunday. - - -


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Ih as the biting and ducking of applies, and the decorative use of pumpkins hol. I I f. i'F.. ".
Jed out and carved to resemble grotesque faces, illuminated by candles were pre ,

?nt and the order of the day at Jackson's Toddle Inn The more than 200 students, '

;nts, relatives and friends enjoyed a gala afternoon. : \ : : '
Scores of tots were taken "trick or treating" through the neighborhood collecties I \:'' 9 : i iI''r ir

and dismissing from their minds any idea of pranks. These tots were in any .: o, ..... ,1 I :' 1,,,:; ::
of costumes and had rosy cheeks to add to their mystery Butterball of WMBMon I/ ,

hand to add to the fun, > }

All departed with expressions that this was the best party ever. There was no ,,; :.

ig but praise for the tremendous cooperation on the part of the parents and staff. .:" ,.t; ..

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I Program For State _

U former Booker 1'. Washton The first will be just a short M

[ High School All-City, safety talk to make people I .- _. "
tball player, whose palls aware ot the dangers in dr w*
emigrated to Miami from ing. The other will consist of

ssau, is now heading a eight 50-minutes session, S
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Iver safety program forte which include films, working
| Insurance Commissionerward models, and other illustrations
Williams. /' he said.Thompson I

I Henry Thompson, 35, who said he plans to
eyed on the All-City team let the particular group with
three years, will be tourg which he is working make the i
the state and presenting decision as to which courseto
liver I improvement instruction take.
"If interested will
I drivers of all ages. groups
'My primary job right now contact mehere,.l 1 the, insurance I
.Droward Williams Appointee
to contact different groups Department in Miami, I
roughout the state and pre- wail set up a schedule for cepted a post with the State
Ve illustrated talks for will set UD a schedule Board of Health. Then in
|em, he said.Thompson Thompson, who attendedFort April Commissioner Williams
who also headse Valley State College, appointed him to the financial
| financial responsibility ofle majored in Education. After responsibility division.
Insurance Department graduation he spent three Thompson who lives at Gets Your
in the service and then
ie first Negro to serve in the years 2735 NW 49th St., is married
returned to enter Florida A&M
limmistrativc capacity with and has four children. His
|e department. Law School. wife Lula Teaches second
Complete Support
After graduating fron Law
I plan to gear my safety grade.
School in 1962, Thompson! ac-
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((1)) Make Sure You Vote Tuesday, Nov.16

((2)) Make Sure You Tell Your Friendsto

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4At the Polls
I special ceremony that gu\'e a challenged the Stoutsho CARVER YMCA SPONSORS
'lok place Saturdamorn \\ were present to strive
Ig, October 30, 19i the011th toward the ideals of Scouting, MUSICAL PROGRAMThe

Ol"s 'of Florida America Council, was, Boy pre- gave Boy Scouts a presentation of Troop on 324 the sponsoring Carver Branch a Musical'YM'is ((4)) Make Sure You Know Where Your
rated a nag pole for the history of the flag. 'I't oop Program Sunday, Nov. 7 at the
'H"'cil' Service Center lo- was also in chargeoltheflag: NW 15th
Carver Branch, 5770
''rim t 4021 N. \\'. 7Street, raising ceremony. The first Ave. The following named Precinct Is (Most Have Been Changed)
11ollTli. the pole
raised new
> A large group of flag on groups will present an even
.1' > {' was one that has flown over
outs, Council Kxecu- ing of music. To appear will
\ '' BourdIembers! and the Capitol Washington, be the Weary Travelers the
merous civic leaders were D.t'. The Hag was secured Mighty Wonders Chosen Sons,
I n hand for the with the cooperation of !Mr. Soul Seekers, Related Five,

Xr! Hardy IViest.umenvr ceremony. I)ante H. Fastvll, United Robert Hopkins of New York, Hoi js ?tfie tims far ftainwork fan!
': of the Continentals of States Congressman.A and also Ordef of Eastern
m'"a' I Inc., presented the special pennant, sym Star, Debra Chapter No. 44
ag pole L bolic of the Boy Scout move- and Melzie Coleman Chapter.
uthlim. President of the Lo- ment, was presented by the ELECtHRSiTO
tI Bo; \ Scout Council. The 'oral Cables Elks, Lodge LEGAL NOTICE
'WincntaU of 1676.
cal' civic organization America, ob-a Mr. Daniel U'heattroft, Notice is hereby given YOUIt (CITt COMMISSION0RQMP NO.
tlllcd the Scout Executive of the South tnat I, Eddie Hemphill, who
flag pole gift
as a
C'ouncilgaveados'ing was convicted in ,Criminal
m Mr Charles Lcavyof challenge to the elvicand Court of Dade County Florida -
R fiI' National Lithographers. business leaders present, on at the February term thereof CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS
tI a special project, the Con- the needs for Scouting growthin A. D 1960 of the offenseof
-ntals made all of the ar- VVheattrolt Aggrevated Assault will
this Mr. 7th Ave.
; urea 6130 NW
'gcmcnts' for the pole in- presented' to the group the apply for clemency to the
Dilation. build- State Board of Pardons, Tab \
Mr.' Ralph Pobtunu plans for a new office lahassee, Florida at its next 757-8011 757-8251
> of merrier Ing. A new office building i iIIIIC' is Call ,
the Florida House ofepresentatives needs of regular meeting.
: of the major
Eddie Hemphill
was on Sioiitinj n tlc South Florida Signed: 19. 26 iiiia iuirtiPiiimBjfttfagMinii njiirtifin Hftjt nitfPD. POL ADV.
tInd for Nov. 5. 12.
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Howard Garrett of 365 NW AUXILIARY .165 NEWS ACTIVITIES
MEMORIALS DEATHS | 8th St. Apt.. 13 died at his Christmas in October, The This week we wish to remind -

home on Oct 28. He leaves to Auxiliary Christmas Gift Party all that VFW Post 5694

mourn, a devoted neighbor, was largely attended. Mem- of Opa-locka"has with it one
Mrs. Luella bers and friends brought gifts
f Cheathem and Several of the finest Ladies Auxiliaries
IN -
MEMOFOAM for the Three Veterans Hos-
If I CARD OF THANKS HOUSE OF ALBERT held Tuesday friends morning Services in were the pitals-Bay pines, Lake City in( the district. This

_In loving memory ct. We the family of the late I and Coral Gables. Thanks tn group of ladles is headed by
Havert Clark, 10735 SW chapel each one for your pretty gifts Mrs. Gertrude Lemons. The
SOLOMON ADRIAN GAITER 224th St.. Goulds, died Oct. and donations. auxiliary supports the Post in

who departed this life, October 25. His wife, a son, A brother | Infant Boy Cooper died Sunday, Oct. 31 the Post every respect. They are withus

N 1, 1965. at 1875 NW 63rd St. two sisters, several nieces Oct. 29 at Jackson Memorial and Auxiliary will worship at at every event sponsoredby

wish at this time to express and nephews survive.Remains Hospital He is survived by St. John Baptist Church, the the Post, they are at the

their sincere appreciation to, were sent to Cordelc, Ga. for his mother, Venus and grand- Rev. Thedford Johnson, pas Veterans Hospital in Coral

their many friends for their final rites. parents, Mr and Mrs. James tor. Regular meeting will be Gables for the Churchservice,

cards, letters, telegrams, and ------ Cooper of 1800 Nw 3rd Ave. Nov. 3 at the Dixie Park Cen- parties for patients and Mrs.

floral pieces sent to them during Charles McClendon 3391 Services were held in the Kernel 1 Games has received

their hour of bereavement. Florida Ave., died Oct., 28. A chapel Tuesday at 1 p.m. ter.Mrs.. II. W. Daniels, public much recognition fo f hours

Special thanks to the choirs well known ACL dining relations chairman. spent at this hospital. Mrs.
members and pastor of the St.. waiter for he Mrs Jennie Hill, 334 NW Marie Miller has waiqhed the
i is
many years,
James Baptist Church; 'the 16th St. Apt. 2, died on Oct. Post affair's menus and Mrs.
survived by his wife
Range Funeral Home for their a daughter and several, cou, 31 at the Paravilla Convalescent TROOP 311 NEWSOn Ed Brown has watched the f ri N

fine service, Mrs. Ludell sins. Services held Home Survived by her nance for many a year. The
were Monday
Johnson; Mrs. Bertha Waldon; from Macedonia Baptist husband, Willie and a host of Sept. 27 Girl Scout Post and District are quite

Miss Brenda C. White; Mrs. Church, Rev. J. A. F. Finlay- friends. Funeral services were Troop 377 under the directionof proud of this auxiliary. Inter-

Rhoda Johnson and Mrs. Del- son, pastor held in the chapel Thursday at Mrs. Mrytle Bullard, Mrs.Eddie ested in being a member? Are

J .y phine Rolle. --.--- 2 p.m. _!Bryant and Mrs Ber- you eli ffible? Contact any ol'

1 1 We shall remember each McKinley Wright, 3240 NW fur: nice Dilas were teaturea with the ladies. They too, have a

SAM MOSS and everyone of you, with our 45th St., died Oct. 29. Survivors Boy Butler died at a demonstration by a very sin- drive on.NOBEMBER.

who departed this life October i most loving kindness and sin are three sisters, nieces Jackson Memorial Hospital on cere guest, Mr. Peters, from EVENTS

27, 1963. .cere appreciation. and nephews. Arrangementsare Oct. 29, lie is survived by his Mays Beauty Salon. Mr. Peters Nov. 12. Auxiliary meetingat

"There is no death! Althoughwe incomplete.Mrs. mother, Mrs. Minnie Mae But- is one of the finest male the home of President Mrs.

grieve Mrs. Trithene E. Gaiter, wife ler pf 268 NW 11th APt.211.. beauticians known. lie showedus Lemons Nov 14
; for
When And the Entire FamilyINMEMORIAM how to give our hair the
beautiful familiar Graveside services
forms Viola Chatman, 161 at Ever the Post. During the month of
That we have learned to love NW 16th St. died green Cemetery. right treatment whether long or November the
Oct 28. short. Two of our cadets, 5693 Corporation -
'are torn Services were held Thursdayat Glenda Foster and Theron will meet to plan J for
From our embracing arms." 1 p.m. in the chapel. Five Sheffield the building of the Post home.

May his soul rest in peace, In sisters, including Mrs. Ethel demonstration were and used received in the The building will be erectedon
loving ofF
and the light perpetual shine memory Mae Hicks of Narania. two RANGE. becoming hair styles. We were the Post property on AH;

upon him. foster daughters,Miss Blanche deeply impressed with the Baba Abel and should start in

.. Dean and Eleanor and a cou- Mrs Martha Ducksworth of deomnstration since early 1966.Coming.

Mrs. Olive Rodwell, cousin sin, Eddie Mercer Hoskins, sur. 5200 NW 26th Ave. #25 died all working on the require-we are the Ladies
Mrs. Martha Store, aunt at Jackson Memorial
vive. Hospital Auxiliary annual tea.
ments for good grooming badge
And Family S Oct.
27. Services
R were held
Ed Simons which we feel all girl scouts
CARD OF THANKSMrs. of Copeland, Wednesday, Nov 3 at Greater should have ,
Fla., died in the V. A. Hospital New Macedonia EXPERT SHOE REPAIRINGAt
Ellen Bowe Baptist Church. We would like to thank the
expresses s Oct. 30. He is survivedby Survivors Reasonable Prices
her sincere thanks to her many I his widow, Blossom are three sons: Hill- Royal Castle staff for invitingus Quality Is
Mrs. man, Viloyce{ and Eloisesix; our trade mark
relatives and friends who to the freshman team of
cards sent Maggie Orange, Opa-locka, daughters, Mesdames Merce- "The University of Miami SHOES SHINED AND DYED
and flowersto } vs.
the funeral of the late BruceR. daughter, a son, Henry, two dese Saxon, Willie B. Keyes, Florida" football game heldat Shoe Craft experts to recover

Bowe, 1821 NW 66th St. t. grandchildren.grandchildren and Services nine In great the Anderson Theresa Hicks Cleo Bush, Annie and Miss Joe the Orange Bowl Stadium.We your shoes with the fabric of

Thanks also to the sons and Opa-locka chapel will be held Dossie Mae Ducksworth; 26 had a delightful thanks time. We of your dress. Dyeing of
daughters and their many I Saturday ,at 1 p.m. grandchildren and 10 great give to some leather and fabric shoes
of the
friends, to the Rev. J. J. Williams -------- grands. girls' daddies for transporting HEELS HALF SOLES
and his Jimmie Marshall us to and from the
members, and t young son WHOLE SOLES
the staff of the Range Funeral of Mr. and Mrs. Willie F. Marshall Reginald Payne of 2291NW game. They were Preston Oli-
Home for their services. } I of 15311 NW 18th Ave., 57th St died at Mercy Hospital ver, Joseph Wilson and George REPAIR
died Oct. 29. Wilson I 6020 NW 7th Avenue
al Graveside ser Oct. 28. Mr. Payne was owner
CARD OF THANKSThe 1 vices were held Tuesday. of Payne's Grocery Store We visited St. Matthews I(Opposite Lincoln Not'l
on Bank
... ---- Church Sunday, Rev J. )
family of the late -' NW 1st Court for many, many B. AL WilliAMS OWNER
HORACE SHARPEwho Graveside services for the years. His survivors includehis Woodley, pastor. Our purpose '
infant son of Mr. and Mrs. for this occasion was to cele-
departed this life November Hurtle Payne ,
Samuel Seymour of 1952 NW three brate Founder's Day in honor GoodGuys(
1. 1962. sons: Eric, Reginald Jr., of Juliet
154th St. Lowe. -
were conducted
Gone but on Theodoreone
not torgotten. stepson Charlie
,I Tuesday.'C"" i .Lee Allen; five daughters: We enjoy working on our

SMYMil. Mrs, Bertha Sharpe, wife --- Helen, Mesdames Kathaleen badge requirement and are

And Family John B.Word, 1742 NW 50thSt. Sanders, Willette Deveaux, looking forward to receivingour

., died Oct. 30. Among his Thelma Johnson, Deloris Ma- badge.

IN MEMORIAMIn survivors are a son, Joseph, this, 1 stepdaughter, Mrs. Yvonne Johnson, reporter

a brother, Jack, five sisters, Willie Mae Brown; 2 brothers:
loving memory of our Mesdames Hattie Marshall, George Webster and Albert I Givel
dear mother Beatrice Pitts Ruth Sims
Blackman, ,11 grandchildrenand
P r Mary Kucas and Rachel Kelly; other relatives. Services

two aunts and an uncle. Ser- were held Monday in the ch a-

P vices will be 1 p.m. Saturday pel. I iiiLi1--
M fromMt. Moriah Baptist Church : mortal f arli
Rev. W. C. Edcar, pastor.
Deacon Renice Washington HAS Preinterment plots of 8
Theodore Sherry, 1130 NW grave spaces or
f of 820 NW 66th St. died Oct. ALSO
2nd Ave., died Oct. 31. He 30. Deacon Immediate I single grave spac.lnterm.n.

a will be funeralized Saturdayat the Miami Washington since livedin Boxes and vaults permitted
q kt 10 a.m. in the chapel. Sure, area 1938
viving are his wife, three sis and was the father of the Rev. I Gates open 7 days for your convenience

William H. Washington, pastorof 3001 NW 46TH STREET
LEOLA BETHEL ters and three brothers. NE 4-4197
-- - New Philadelphia Baptist E. Johnson
CAMBRIDGE -- -- Manager Home
phone OX 19199
Church. His
wishes to acknowledge sin Mrs. Cleora Keys, 1810 widow survivors are his We the employees of Lincoln Memorial Park .endorse

cere appreciation for the services NW 69th St. ,wife of Ike Kays, Elfleater a mother, Mrs. Athalle Range for the Miami City Commission.Vote .
performed and the many and mother of Woodrow Wilson Washington; three for her on Nov. 16th.THOUGHTFUL.

cards, telegrams and flowers died Oct. 31. A brother, Willie sons: William, Clifford and

sent during its bereavementby Wilson of Okeechobee and George, three daughters, Rita
relatives three Cheryl, Yvonne and Voncile; *
friends and sisters, Mrs. Mandy
neighbors. Special thanks to Thornton of Miami and Mrs. three grandchildren, other relatives -

Fr. Lambert L. Sands, the Annie Will Mason and Mrs. and friends. Services
will be held
Rectors Guild, and Saint Mo- 7.ar& Alexander of Ft. Daines. on Saturday morn-
nica's Guild of St. Agnes --- --- ---------. Ga. also survive. Services -on ing, Nov. 6 at 11 at the New

Episcopal Church; the Fran- ROXANNE EDWARDSwho Saturday from Mt. Tabor Bap- Philadelphia Baptist Church n

cis Funeral Home, and the departed this life October tist Church, Rev. P. S. Brown, He will repose in tHe chapel '

staff and employees of Me- 29, 1964. pat or after 2 p.m. Friday and the remains -

dical 3 of Jackson Memorial Sadly missed. -.---- will be taken to the

Hospital. May God's blessing The Children: Miss Maggie Re Cummings,1 funeral church and remain there until W
be visited upon you all. Nellie E. Coke 15-year-old daughter of Mr. ---Saturday. t. .
Mary E. Larmond and Mrs. John Cummings of
Mrsv Eva A. Bethel, mother Mrs. Clara Howard of 5700
7718 NW 14th Place, died on NW 31st Ave. died ,.
Mrs. Beatrice Bethel Miles, Oct. 31 at
Thomas P. Edwards Oct. 30. A student at North Jackson ,
sister Samuel E. Edwards western High School, she is I 7' T BEAUTIFUL
Mrs. Marie Bethel Richardson There were no local r SERVICES
Austin Edwards Jr. also 1I0SPital'l
sister survived by two sisters Remains were sent ?
Joseph D. Edwards four brothers, a grandmother .
Eustace Bethel, brother Mrs. gomery, Ala. Our ability and desire to
RAHMNGS. Josephine Cummings, Survivors include
James Bethel, brother daughterinlaw ;
three uncles and five aunts. Mrs. Janie Howard carry out your wishes, together
one k
Arthur Boggis, a pioneer
CARD OF THANKSThe Arrangements are incomplete. grandson Thomas with
resident of Miami who lived at -- ,two sisters, i our experience,

family of the late 2053 NW 5th Place died at other relatives mean a service that is
MRS. SUSIE MAE !his home Miracle Bruno ----- r
on Sunday morning, 1258 NW
JEFFERSONwishes Oct. 31. He is survived by his 61st St., died Nov. 2. Remainswere Mrs. Geraldine Williams of h % i I, conducted with beauty and

to thank their many wife, Sybil, two sons, Leroy sent to Summerton, S. C. 2707 N.W. 50th St. died at ;.. fY: understanding-to comfort.
friends and neighbors for and Lester; nine grandchildren for service and burial. His home on Oct. 31. Services will M

their kind sympathy during, a nephew, Bert Stirrup, survivors are his mother, three be held Saturday at 3 p.m. at I t\tm

their hour of bereavement.The eight great-grandchildren, a sisters and four brothers including the Church of God of Propf

cards, telegrams flowers Blease Bruno hccy.N.W. 17th St. and 5th Ct.
niece, Mrs Lee Albury of Miami. "My Father in
Her survivors help
and donations were numerous ---- her husband .
Nassau. Services will be at
/ 1L me never to
George; three daughters forget Thy Love
Mrs. :
and endeavored to enable Edith Shackleford of
us "
Agnes Episcopal Churchon .
Zephonorah it looks
to find comfort at this time. Saturday with Fr Lambert 10010 SW 171st St., Perrine, Mrs. Marjorie I up to me in the
Special thanks to Fr. Anthonyof Sands officiating. died Nov. 1. Arrangements are Bass and Mrs. Evelina Beck- \ beauty of the flower ."
incomplete.three ham, four sons: George, Jr. I 1 John
St. Peters American Catholic Little Samuel Ross of 535 James Henry Jowett

Church, also the staff of 'NW 7th St., apt. 5 died Nov. sisters, Joan Marie, two sisters, Neville, Mrs.and Doris Carles Storr; Oscar I.Funeral Ronne

the Range Funeral Home for 2. He is survived by his pa- Mary Alice and Virginia. Ser- ;and Mrs. Viola Bodie 27 .
its efficient service. rents, Mr aVid Mrs. Clarence vices were held on Saturday in < J
one great grand and
The Family Ross, a brother, Clarence Jr., the chapel. other relatives. a.w uh Home

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FOR RENT THE .MIAMI, TIMEX, Friday,. NovemberS, 1965 13

: FOR SALE ----- Ace Refrigeration

, ... CLASSIFIEDFOR : :: 1" 3 Bedroom Beauty rooms per 1474 week.N.furnished W.For 5th Inspection CBS Ave.$25.00 call Six YOUR RepairsIN HOME LONGHORN, ?

Spacing living
full dining
JE 1.3184 FR '
or 11905.: experience.
room, Fla room, modern P1.8-4121. '
---- -Nov. 12
SALE FOR SALE kitchen, garage CBS,No quali- Downtown. 1476 N.W. 5thAve. rail CLEAN USED CHURCH
fying, vacant $1300
down and Furnished room. $10 wk. I
bedroom CBS on 8105N.W.21stAve. move in. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor ASSOCIATES FURNITURE FOR SALE
tiM 2 Free utilities and use of kit BURLANG I
I fenced comer lot. Ja- What anytime 7512243. chen. JE 1-3184 or Fr 1-1905.
a buy. 76x172 AGENCY
estate. EMPLOYMENT Church Pews 8'
jed windows, awnings, -w- 12 long
Wait and workshop. A Full block from corner to cor- $68 Month Newly renovated, bedroom 502 N.W. 54th STREET 4 Church Pews,8' 6" long

in at $10,000 with $300 house ner. Sturdy three bedroom frame Pays all, modem 2 bedroom apts. Excellent location 757-7674 4 Church Pews, 76" long
and $57 month. Life with city water and ap- CBS carport fence, reducedto near buses schools hospitals. 6 Church Pews, 11' long
ity, Broker, 4932 N.W. 7th Two lots can be 9990. $250 down A. Ben- Reasonable rates. Rental Of.
PL 9-4371. Open Sun- carved. $800 down, $69 per Kori, Realtor, 612 NW 60th St. fice, 3200 N. W. 47th Street. Finest domestic and com- 2 Metal storage cases
and eves. month on full price of $8800 Anytime 7512243. Call Mr. Miles, 635.20B7. mercial lobs in this area. 4 Custom glass panels

with no qualifying. Biscayne .. .
-- -- ALSOExcellent 14 Theater chairs
bath Realty, Inc. Broker, 0X10262. Rent or Sale, 7th Ave., 4901.
| bedroom 2 CBS Landlord Bargin
ly 4 ----- Store for rent or sale with 3 domestic open- 1 Communion table
rge fenced lot. Fla room, Suplex 3 bedroom & 1 bed- rented. in New York and
roof, awnings, jalousieows. 3 Bedroom CBS apartments; one ings now ST. PAUL AME CHURCH
room, modem Nov. 13)
very corner fenc- 3773870. ( Connecticut.Transportation
appliances. Price $100 down to veteran and ed lot, completely furnished. Phones PL 7.8042
12,800 with $400 down and about $75 per month pays all. All you need is $450 and live advanced.

[52 month. Life Realty, Immaculate condition on large almost free, FHA terms. A. -
:ere 4932 N.W. 7th Ave. corner lot. Selling at FHA Ben-Kori Realtor, 612 NW HELP WANTED

9-4371. Open Sundays and valuation of $11,400 total 60th St. Anytime. 7512243. Young woman, experiencedfor The Public Is Cordially Invited 3y
price. No
Sat.& Sun.Sleep in or out.
Realty Inc. Broker OX I- ---- --- Two in family. Call 8663662. LIBERTY ELK LODGETO
0262. Open and Just reduced.
Blk 49. Washington eves Sundays. 3 bedroom 2
10. -------
--------- bath magnificent
CBS homeon
I fourth addition. Broward Housekeeper experienced,
2241 NW 93 -d Terr 100 ft. lot. ATTEND THEIR ANNUAL
Kty. Lot 34 35 Blk. 12. FHA terms, over 30. Light cooking help
au Village, Bahamas.See $300 down payment on FHA sprinkling system patio. A with baby 5 days. Sleep! in 1
6834 N.W. terms. No closing costs. Modern must to see. Location of pro
e Thompson nights, $40 to start.references
Ave. new duplex for coupleor perty 1770 NW 83rd Terr. Open 5317944. CHARITY BREAKFAST DANCE
small family with income 1-6 p.m. Fenster Realty, Bro-

from one apt. Appliances are ker, PL 9-8779. Nov. 25
3 bedroom CBS carport, Thanksgiving Morning
ge included. Biscayne Realty ------ ,
tile roof applies. START WORK TODAY! I
ed yard, Inc. Broker OX 10262. 9635 2 bedroom CBS home, plus
Only $11,000. $350 NW 22nd Ave. huge carport, electric appliances A Public Service Over FROM 12 o'clock MIDNIGHT TO 4 A.M.

nand $63 month FHA. -..------ air conditioner, hard 20 Years
Realty, Broker, 4932 NW Building Lot w od floors, FHA terms, only (Live In Maids) AT LIBERTY CLUB

Ave. PL 9-4371. Opens $300 down $20 per month. $300 down payment. Seller Cooks Bus Boys 6525 N.W. 10TH AVENUE
c king
pays costs. 1863 NW
and Sun. Dishwashers Porters
Lovely close in
--- our office.corner Biscayne Realty, near 88th Terr. Drive by then call Gas Station Drivers Music by Charles Austin Jr. Orchestra

\\ge J bedroom CBS, carport, Inc., OX 10262. 9635 NW 22 9-8779.Fenster Realty, Broker, PL Hotel & Home Mlads DONATION $1.00

porch large kitchen. Ave. We Appreciate Your
No qualify- -M---- '. -- FHA-VA Business Table Reservation Must Be Mode In Advance
ve refrigerator. forthclosures from
$1,000 down $85 month No Qualifying $100 down. Like new. All The music for this occasion is provided by a grant

'e right in. Life Realty, $250 down payment move in. latest listing on hand. We do ::;::, FR 9.8382S12Z)1Ct from the trust funds of recording Industries obtainedby
Two bedroom with all the
work for
bker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. you. Call the corporation of Local 655 American Federationof
room. Biscayne Realty, Fenster Realty Broker PL U\f
Musicians Frank J. Calc 1010 President.
94371. Open Sun & eves. ,
inc. Broker OX 10262. 9635 9-8779. \. N.W. 5th Street
NW 22nd Ave.
qualifying. Lovely CBS.ge ___a ._ 7th Ave. 4901 Cor. 100x130' RESERVATION PHONES: OX 1-9926 OX 1-5554

} fenced yard, appliances, Land Lots of Land alley. 2 stores, 1 rented, 3
conditioner, awnings. $750 No qualifying. Lovely home upper apts. rented. Nice ten- CENTERVILLA Harold Sandilands COMMITTEE Thomas Rivers
and move right in. Key plus extra building lot. $8900 ants, Phone 3773870. Bewitt Johnson Irvin Robinson

Life Realty Broker. 4932 total. $75 per month with $400 KINDERGARTEN

7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Open down. Near Realty our Inc.office., Broker Bis- FOR RENT 5861 N.W. 17TH AVENUE ANOTHER FENSTER SPECIAL!!!
flings and Sundays.autiful OX 1-0262. 566 NW 22nd St CERTIFIED PERSONNELHOT Price reduced bedroom, l'/j bath, CBS, two-
4 bedroom furnished cottage.
[ i home on 2 lots, cor- Fully FurnishedNo $17 weekly. Immediate occu- LUNCHES story. Owner is leaving. No reasonable offer

bnt r, fully fenced tile roof garage qualifying. $400 down. $75 pancy. Call owner. Mrs. Gross PICKUP SERVICE refused. This home is located near N. Miami
porch, lovely 444-6126 or evenings Hi 8-
lichen, large bedrooms awn- month pays all. Move in. 2015 REGISTER NOW Avenue and 48th St. Near shopping center
NW 83rd Terr. Drive by then .
s. jalousie windows ap- call. Biscayne Realty, Inc. ---House---& Room 691-7796 OR 696-3002 and buses. If you have a large family this
'ianccs drapes. carpeting.
Broker OX 10262. 9635 NW
outstanding home. Price i is'I 22nd Ave. 2 bedroom CBS $25 week, Mrs. R. E. Copeland, Sup. { maybe what you are looking for. Call for ap-
2,700 with $400 down and __ also private room, full bath,
A- ---- outside entrance. $10 week.A. pointment. Ask for Mr. Murray. *
J3 month. Key at Life Realty Manor Park

oker. 4932 N.W. 7th Ave. $750 dowr and move in. $75 Ben-Kori. Realtor, 7512243. FENSTER REALTY (BROKER)
---- -- .. .. .
9-4371. Open Sundays, month on one mortgage with
Room in private home. No P L 9-8119
lenings. the owner. Near schools bus cooking. PL 8-4164. 1081 NW BE A NURSE'S AIDE
---- ses, expressway. Biscayne 61st
3 bedroom home on 2 Realty Inc. Broker. OX 1-0262 THE IDEAL SCHOOL FOR
prge -----
Its. fenced enclosed front 9635 NW 22nd..Ave.Custom Very clean room. Kitchen. TRAINING NURSES' AIDES

|rch, carport large tiled ki t- ---- privileges, Hot and cold water. -
2380 West
> Flagler Street
Built $8 to $10. Also caretaker
Jen, central heat appliances.ice EDISON I Specials
is Gorgeous two bedroom, two needed. Free rent. Fenced in Call for Information and for
[ $12,350, $350 down '
bath home. Built to owner's yard. 1817 NW 5th Ct. NE 4- 'brochure 444-4637 or
jl month and no closing specifications throughout. Has 3177. 443-9741
[sts. Life Realty Broker everything. As low as $2,000 11
32 N.W. 7th Ave.PL 94371.n down payment. $17,000 total. in private home. P L Morning Classes
Sundays and eves. Biscayne Realty, Inc. Broker 8-9717 Room or NE 3-0604. 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. 'I OPEN SUNDA Y-2 to 6 P. M. 111;:I
OX 10262.9635 NW 22nd Ave. Evening Classes 1
---- 7t0 10 p.m. p 5001 N. W. 5th AVENUE :Hr
bedroom CBS, with separate --- Room. Nice settled male or
Repossession Bargain! Luxury female. Call after 7 Saturday REGISTER NOW FOR NEW
stage in back for income.in r For Professionals) iUi<
home at 1830 NW 52nd CLASSES 1
type until Monday NE 5-1247.
house has Fla tile Beautiful three-bedroom two-bath CBS U
room, $3500 cash. $78.50 mo. If on ,
f. large kitchen. Rear house Ball JE 1-6902. Northwest- -section- !House corner. Large Florida room, garage. F.H.A. :1Ft

fully furnished. Price is ---- 3333 NW 69th St. Large 3 bed- '* terms. You'll love this-lovely inside and outl rll
12,000, $400 down aril $77 2 bedroom frame, with extra room CBS. Unfurnished. $26

nth, FHA. Life Realty lot. $7,000 total. 3 bedroom, weekly or $100 monthly Immediate FOR SALE

oker, 4932 N.W. 7th Ave. CBS $10.900 total. $85 per occupancy.Call owner M.t
L 94371. Open evenings and month. Tosee call Leon Kroll, Mr. Gross 444-6126. Evenings HOME GOOD BUY #_1 OPEN SUNDAY-2 to 6 P.

pndays. Broker, 6883029. HI 8-2824. ,; 335 N. W. 43rd STREET k.3
------ ---- 2 bedroom with Fla room. ,1t. vJh

Edison Area Open 36 SundayBe Furnished rooms. 337 NW 48 CBS barrel tile roof, hardwood : !tyj Three bedrooms, two baths, enclosed garage,

I qualify, modern 3 bedroom in your own home Christmas St. 7518376.. floors, carport, 2 air Lj extra large living area. If you like to entertain, Jt2C
31S. large rooms, oak floors, day. Only $250 down. $79 -Furnished------1 -bedroom- apt. $18 conditioners, stove and refrigerator ||V this is Itl! $12,000 total. $300 cash. F.H.A. #rI

100 down & move in. A. Ben month. FHA terms. 2 bedroom week includes water, lights storm awnings, #I No closing costs.
1ft. Realtor 612 NW 60th St Fla room. In nice neighbor- waste removal. Call 688- beautiful wall to wall carpeting .Jt.
'time 751-2243. hood. Tile roof, hardwood 3225 after 5 p.m. large living room,
.- --- floors, partly furnished. We .. and dining room, many ex Llt
--- --
Grandway Area have others. Leon Kroll, Broker 54th St. and 7th Ave. Large 1 tras. Total price $13,000, =:J:{ OPEN SUNDAY-1 to 5 P. M. ,

I qualify, nice 2 bedroom 688-3029. bedroom apt. $22.50 Call with $400 down. No closing ;U 275 N. W. 57th STREET
B5, $1300 down.. $7f month.. -------- Liberty Rental Agency 2030 costs. Open Sunday 1.5 at = .

Ben-Kori, Realtor: 612 NW [louse.Open 1-4 Fri. Sat. NW 62nd St. 6337809. 126 NW 47th St. See Mr. alt t; if Nice CBS, two-bedroom near all Edison
Un Mon. & Tues. on busy NW 17 Chris he will show t
St. Anytime 7512243. ------ you J
------- Ave at 4769. CBS, 3 bedroom Lovely 2 bedroom house, $21 how easy It Is to own this #f: schools. $250 cash. F.H.A. $85 monthly pays

500 NW 44th Strive 2 bath,no qualifying. 885-3805. Liberty Rental Agency. 2020 lovely home. :Jfi everything. No closing costs. ;

.. NW 62nd St. 6337809. 'W jsr
by then call me. Total --------
<-000, terms, 3 bedroom CBS, Special This week 3 bed- ------ R.M. BROOKS, Realtor Jr DRIVE BY THEN CALL: .
reed corner. A. Ben-Kori room, 2 bath, CBS home, all Very nice 1 bedroom CBS Du- 699.6638 .Nights 681>7740 ,

12 NW 60th St. Anytime 751- electric appliances, air cond., plex, $20. Call Liberty NW 62nd Rental St. 't 8001 N.W. 12th COURT (Duplex) Itl

43. large lot,only $300 down nav- 6337809.Agency. 2020 l 521 N.W. 48th STREET (FHA) '
ment. Seller pays closing ----- f
-------- I 39 N. W. 38th STREET Pool #
12th Ave & 32nd Starge costs. How about coming out bedroom LOVELY HOMES t ( )
CBS, large apt.
modern& big 2 bed- to 1870NW 86th will Terr.show Anytime.The Call Liberty Rental Agency, Built On Your Lot or Ours #i 7030 N. W. 5th PLACE (Duplex) #t.fl
3 down only owner you 2020 NW 62nd St. 633-7809. f
650Btotal call Fenster nl 6515 NW 2nd AVENUE
I1 FHA. A. Denorl around. Then To Please You

nytlme,> Realtor 751-2243., 612 NW 60th St -Realty-,--Broker- PL 98779. Room---in--private home. Nice LOTS FOR SALE Ie $1,000 down, no qualifying, $85 month, 1 mortgage, (U5I
----- Completely Furnished!! 3 bed working man. Pleasant. I 3228 NW 68th STREET {

Apt. Site room, 2 bath, beautiful CBS 7574149. 55x135-N.W. 48th Terr.
--- --- Doll House. No qualifying. Small down 1tt
0 home, FHA or conventional.This 5 payment.
units or business, on 54th also hasswlmmil'lg House. 2 bedroom, stove and 50x105-N.W. 55th St.
19th Ave, west of old Thompon corner home Reduced refrigerator. Adults only. $25 __ WE ARE OPEN All DAY SAT. AND SUN. Ur
office, Near new housing pool. per week. 6332429. Dixie 100x100-51 Terr.& 17 Ave
r oJect. Make offer. A. Benor price. Come out Sunday to 94 Rental Agency. BEING DISPLACED? $100 DOWN iUr
48th St. Open 2-6 p.m. and 50x100-41 St. Ir
>, Realtor S r
612 NW 60th St. our salesman will show you ----- ARE YOU VETERAN? $100 DOWN #
7512243. One bedroom furnished. $22a 50xl40l,250Cash
Realty, Bro-
around. Fenster
---- week. Adults only 633-2429.
ker, PL 98779. Paid For Lots, Realtors
Beer Bar Dixie Rental Agency. EDISON REALTY
nd ----- Homes, Acreage
living unit and rental HELP WANTEDCAB
ludes| land. $5000 down Room in private Christian NEED MONEY
? 175 HM o2nd St 7514441
r make offer. A. Ben-Kori- DRIVERS. Apply home. A quirt| sober man ,
ealtor, 612 NW 60th St. Any- Society Cab Officsj 269 N.W. N. W, 47th St. area ( all CALL BAROM 1 JE 8-1340

me. 7512243. 21st Street Indf 634-9654

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14 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 5. 1965
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I l$. oo'tl' "Observe American .. Education i Wee) I Y:7JI' Free Adult

: ____ ___ _v.-.,__ ,,.... ....."""---_.... "" y ->$,--........... _.. -- -.... t Classes Offeredat

Douglas Elementary School Back to School Night PTA held its usual Phyllis Wheatley will recognize Dixie ParkThe

I is in the midst of preparingfor American Education
the annual observance of Nov. 8 at BTW monthly meeting Wednesday, Week with an afternoon pro Dixie Park Branch of
American Education Week. Oct. 20. The third grade, Mrs. gram at the school Wednes- the Miami Public Library is

Nov. 713. BTW is observing American and daily class discussonswillcmphaslze Elnora Dean, teacher, presented day, Nov. 3 from 2 to 3 p.m. continuing its informal educa-
education. The an enjoyable program will feature a tion program) for adults and
This year, the theme for Education Week by displaying 'children's
They some interesting play, preschool people. Persons not
gave very young par
week: will be
colorful and highlight of the
the week's activities is "In posters children's poetry a 4th grade
numbers on the bell; one ticipating in a regular adult ed-
vest in Learning" and 32 mil slogans commerruiri.iing the Back to School: Night.1On sing and a physical education
lion parents across the coun- event tlassrohm111 be this night the: parentswill of which was "Hot Cross demonstration ucation program are invited to
Bubs" done in three parts. enroll in classes at the library.
bright with attend dal'os their
try are expected to visit their pupil ptojccls An evening program will
,. children do dunrc the day. The PTA is plann ng a Basic Engclasses: will
schools to check on their investment be given Tuesday Nov. 9.
fund raising campaign which be held each Tuesday and
They will gel to Mlk: to their from 7' 158-25
OPEN HOUSE AT ROBERT child's teacher. 'I hey will begins with a Teen and PreTeen p.m. Thursday even og, beginning
Sponsored annually by the Mrs. Helen L. Sholte. prin
National Education Associa MOTON SCHOOLR. spend about 15 minutes in :party on the fi Uh of No cipal. November 2, from 8 to 9 p.m.
each class. vember. An adult party dateto Classes in r'.ading public
tion, The American Legion.. R.
Elementary is
and tM appreciationwill
Teachers are looking for announced, later will be speaking
The National Congress of Parents busy preparing for American the the next affair. We are calling oe' held eoch Thursday
ward to meeting parents P.T.A. MEETING AT
and Teachers and the Education Week. Nov. 812. separately in the classrooms.An upon the community to give its evening beginning November 4,

U.S. Office of Education. American Open House will be observed assembly has, been strong support to the drive. DORSEYThe from 8 to 9 p.m.

Education Weekremindseach Nov. 9 from 7 p.m. to 7 55 p.m., planned to greet I' parents and Plans for the Education Marvin L. Curry Jr. will

citizen that,good schools Parents will t I visit classroomsto patrons. The entire commun Week were also told by the faculty nod !student teach the En glen classes
are to a very high degree his look at the children s wo I. ity invited. chairman, Mrs. Carrie L. Ar. body of Dorsey Junior High again this year. Mr. Curry a
Each child has written his Ho waul University graduate
nold. attend
'own responsibility. parents a letter of invitationand According to Principal School invite you to has dune advanced( studies at
A special committee, head left it for his parent's sig Nicholas II Borola. the main their P.T.A. Meeting on Monday Howard and the District of Columbia
ed by Mrs. Lillie Doles chair nature. Parents will assemble purpose of this event is to Nov. 8 at 8 p.m. in the Teacher's College.
men has planned the activities give the parents and patronsin school's auditorium. A special
iri the cafetorium 8-9 p.m. for TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO Reading classes will be
for the week which in the community an oppor- program in honor of Ame-
Helen P.
taught by Mrs. Dean.
an assembly A Re CHURCH SUNDAY
elude daily addresses over the port Card Profile.program tun i i iv to view an 'Investmentin ican education Week has been Mrs. Dean. A graduate of St.
public address system by several Learning. "* planned for your enjoyment. has studiedat
Augustine College,
well-known citizens of Moton is sharing an art exhibit
in the Perrine Shopping -- ..-- . Fisk University Columbiaand
the community; Open House. Center. The public is invitedto .. the University of Miami.
TuesdayNov. 9 PTA meetingon
Tuesday at 8; p.m. Nov. 9, this exhibit. Carver FAMU Printing Head Named Miss Marilyn J. Sweeting a
and Teachers' RecognitionDay recent graduate of the Univer
BOOKER T. WASHINGTONThe sity of Miami will instruct the
Friday, Nov. 12, spearheaded -
by the Sixth Grade I. IGAEE Vice Pres. art appreciation class. .
classes.All Tornadoes will tike Puhluspeaking will he
parents and friends are on the North Dade Thunderbirds News3y Washington D. C. .- The the advancement of graphicarts taught by Miss Helen<< M. Dor I
encouraged to visit Douglasand in Homecoming Friday I head of the Florida A&M University education, sett. Miss Dorsett is a product
share in this nation-wide night, Nov. 13 in the" Miami .
celebration, Walter Bow Department of Printing Bruton is also an assistant of Spelman College and Atlanta
Stadium. has been named a regional' professor! of printing at University.

CAKVKK 1 }SCHOOL North Dade was predictedto Star Light Lodge No. 542 Vice.president of the Interna Florida A&M and secretary of Ml classes are free and

By G.W. CANTER beat Washington by a tight meets Friday: night. Nov. 5, at tiohal Graphic Arts EducA. the Florida Printers and Publishers open to the public. You are cor

margin, but the Tornadoes 8 p.m. at the Masonic Hall on tional Association.The Association. He is a dully: invited to enjoy guided
The heart of every com- are not planning to let them Pembroke Road. All membersare uppomimrnt of JamesJ. native of Jacksonville anda study in the relaxed atmosphereof
munity is the young people score. graduate of Florida A&M
urged to be present. Brulon In the executive the library.
that are trained to fill the positions ---- position was announced recently and New York University. .
before and after their Junior and --
Senior ---
High The South Broward VFW bv Donald L Haves.
parents have gone. Therefore girls in clubs and organiza- Post. No. 8195 meets Sunday, president of (he IGAEA The
it is important that tions well in the homerooms
as as
par. FAMU will in
printer serve 24 HOURSJOEY
Nov. 7, 5 p.m. at 4816 SW 17th FR 44114
ents plan and take a deep have been selected to the Florida regionPresident
St. All members, please be
interest in them. Too many run for Miss Homecoming and Haves said that
at this important meet
times have passed when par her princess. The contest ing. Bruton was appointed: to the CLEMENTSGRAY
ents have neglected to do this. ended Nov. 4 position because of the interest

Our community must be ------ he has shown in the
The Florida Stars Bowling SECURITY SERVICE
strengthened and our chil Seniors are anxiously IGAEA because of his ability -
is the
League popping pinsat
dren MUST be thought of awaiting the return of their Ft. Lauderdale lanes. Cyril to organize and assist the 301 ROPER GINVESTIGATION
a great deal more than they scores for the Florida State IGAEA members, because of
Miller is back. lie is bowling
are presently. Placement test they took Oct. with the Smiling Jack Auto his willingness to spend the ( DIVISION )
Carver High's PTA desires 2627. time that is required to successfully -
Parts out of Ft. Lauderdale.
to help establish a purposeful uphold the dutiesof
I program that will Senior girls interested in his office and because of CIVIL CRIMINAL INSURANCE SECURITY

benefit the home, school and nursing are being tutored to contribution and effort toward

community. It is rather diffi- prepare themselves fof nursing
cult to do without dedicated examinations that will be

parents attending often. This given in the Spring. The

organization needs the ideas girls will be given work at

and cooperation of both par. Jackson Memorial Hospital 1 1 1I 1
ents and teachers to function Mercy Hospital and other hospitals ,

effectively. There is no in the Miami vicinity

need for us to dose our eyesto through the help of the Equal
the Issue. Our communityis Opportunity Bureau Other ( ter
full of problems. These Senior girls not interested in 1A

problems affect our children nursing, but in other fields of

both directly and indirectly.Let medicine, will also be given

us put forth an effort to the opportunity to participatein HERE'S PROOF YOU'LL

correct these problems by attending this,program.
and participatingwith Tutors and Mesdames Go!-, LIKE OUR PRINTING:

our I'TA often. lan and Gordan. This programis
under\ the sponsorship of
This organization PTA the Florida' Human Relations Quality Job; Budget Price
has made many plans for

the purpose of improving Council. No Job Too Large or Small t

communication between the program. There is no bet:

parents and teachers must ter time than this to do some Deadlines Met on Time

be a part. Monday, November thing for our children. LET
8, is Open-House at Car- US MKKTOUH COMMUNITY Satisfaction Guaranteedand '
vcr High School, the activities NEEDS BY FIHST Finance Your 66 Car with Our

will begin promptly at 8 PLANNING AND DOING j our customers come back!

o'clock and will end at 9:30.: KOK OUR CHILDREN> -

Time will he alloted for par- GKTHKIl; MAKK EVERY Miami Times AUTO LOAN!
ents and teachers to become SECOND MONDAY OK

well acquainted and for proposals EACH SCHOOL MONTHA

for improving( our DATE FOR PTA. FOR All YOUR PRINTING NEEDS -

.f 1 1. Shop around for the car you want. Bring us the

THIS IS IT! make, model and price

We have lust finished a miracle crusade. Thousandswere BUILDING SERVICE TO 2. We will okay your loan quickly and with no red
healed and blessed No matter what you are THE COMMUNITYWhen
.seeking, prayer changes things. With this adept prayer tape. Our loan policy is very liberal we wantto

some were able to buy homes, clothes, c ars, even pay BUYING or BUILDING make loans.
their children's way through school. Again I say unto
you, that if two of you shall agree on earth as touching CALL STANLEYPL
3. Interest be low 4'/2% and
anything that they shall ask, It shall bo done for can as as on a new car,

them of my father which is In heaven. The word agree o 1-3604 payments for as long as 36 months the lowest

binding face for specific No matter Beautiful Homes
means or purpose.
what your trouble may be seek, and ask a man of Built on Your Lot I J I payments possible. We also make loans on used

God, REV. LAWRENCE T. HATTEN 259 N. Con- Of Ours r cars up to 5 years old.

verse Street, Spartonburg, S.C. Attractive Alterations
HERE UNTIL NOV. 8 and Additions

S.W. 109th COURT .Let U Demolish
Your Worn OutHouse : .
GOULDS, FLA.kOff( Old Cutler Road) and Build a
Prayer and deliverance daily. Special blest psalm for Lovely New Home MIAMI

your comfort. Coll Us for Fact About First fully integrated bank in the entire Southeast'

Building right here in the Edison Financial Center
THE HELPING HAND \I\ //. Good Bank Financing 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 759-4431

A lady was blessed with a -'
home. A man was healed witha
stroke. Abraham and Moses inc.Llceased Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9130 am to 2 pm; Fridays 9:30 am to 2 pm

Imvree1 and 5 pm to 8 pm. Drive*ln Window open Monday thru Friday 2 to 5 pm; Saturdays 9 to
used it. Why not you? Come
today. 188 N. E. 79th Street
Nov.5 Miami/ florldo Memben Federal Reserve System and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation


THE[ MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 5, 1965 15

S earif. :w l ....ee.3 I t- -r t ,'Range ,CampaignCaltadar '

off Events
f 't I '

4 tip1H
.q '
ov..5 Jackson, Toddl. Inn 3038 NW,48th'Terr
.. i ., 8 P.M. > : '
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p. '
) ta'Jf R Y5f'.EAR ';'" -. _. :
; v.6 TtapU Church :
r Baptist. 12 Noon '
"::Aimva; ) Dinner : I" ,

:' Young Democratic Club DoPoM Plaza{ Hotel,,

Carson powered his way to 167 yards and scoredthe } + : n 1 of f Oad.;C fame's only touchdown as the Carver Hornets stop I 8P.M.
1. dada' wiisut.r)
ped Booker T.,7.0 before a rainy-night crowd of 2,500.at :.

Miami Stadium Saturday night. I ,, '.,,Yoofh Reception, Roily Elisabeth'Yirrlck Pork,
Carson, 'a 195-pounder with one of the best stiff- '
Motorcode Bond 3580 Day
the scored his _ ;
arms in county, touchdown in the third ,
x' / ,I' 7 P.M" *
) i
period on nullified a three-yard because run.ofa,Earlier, he had a 45-yard 4'r' C' ', : .. Hengarlan Cl.b Dance 3901 HW,2nd Ave.: .
scamper penalty. .
> ,8P.M., .
Micheal Clark's kick tacked on the extra point. <
The Carver defense played a'big role in the vic- No'v.. i. x ;S,..iilor' Citizens, picnic Mow ings l 'id. Pork !,
tory. 11 never allowed the Tornadoes to penetrate Hor- t ". ,' 750 NE!55tli.Terr.
., ,
territory, their deepest drive ending at the Booker T. j ::". *> 10A.M.-5P.M.

34. Mike: WMBM Radio
Ace linebacker Ray Wilcox was the Carver leaderon M .:
:, 8 PM.9 P.M.
he had of ; '
defense.But plenty help from Frank Page, '"

Alexander Bariett, Willie McGahee and Marion Jackson. Nov. 9 :'Open.House' &,PTA Gladeview El*.. Schoo.
: 6210 NW 27th Ave,
Booker 1'.'s vaunted passing attack never material- .,',
ized because of the wet turf. ,The Tornadoes connect ; ) ;7:30P.M" .

ed on only three of nine aerials and ace passcatcherJoe Nov., ,11 M. Atholle Range, Night Continental Club.
Hall, double-teamed all game, was blanked. o L, 10 P.lL


10-round heavyweight bout on television will
precede the closed-circuit showing of the Cassius
Clay-Floyd Patterson title fight Nov. 22 at the Dade WHAT IS LONGHORN?
County and Miami Beach auditoriums.The American Airlines stewardess Joan Dorsey says
match in Las Vegas preceding the championship new babbage regulations make it possible to pack so
bout will pit Amos (Big Train) Lincoln against much more-all those things that wouldn't stay within
Thad (Babe) Spencer. Tickets for the closedcircuitshow the weight limit before. .When you fly American, the Attention Veterans!!
go on sale today.A weight of the bags doesn't matter. You can check two
large suitcases, one up to 62 inches around, the se- '
year ago, University of Miami took advantage ofa cond up to 55 inches. Hand luggage, measuring up to $100, DOWN; WILL. BUY YOU, ANY HOME

series of breaks to smash Boston College 306. The 45 inches, will slip easily under the seat of your As- THAT, WE HAVE, UNDER FHA FINANCING
Eagles are still boiling mad-at themselves that trojet. .
loss and will be out to make that fact known, emphati- ;! COME IN TODAY, WE WILL ,HELP YOU

cally, Friday night in the Orange Bowl. ORANGE BLOSSOM CLASSIC RATTLERS PLAY MT IN '
The last five teams Boston played last yearotherthan TICKETS GO ON SALE ;.'.' ,.'OVER. .'300. -- .'HOMES.. .',' TO CHOOSE.,' FROM. ',< .
Miami--collected only 31 points all together. No GREENSBORO .f
had than 19 all the The Florida A&M Rattlers 'See Our Brandflew 3 Bedroom Homes
one run up more points year on Tickets are now on sale for
face North Carolina A&T in
Eagles. the Orange Blossom Classicto $500 Down
Greensboro tomorrow. They return -
This year's team is just as rough defensively. be played December 4, 8:00 home riext Saturday for atwogamestand
. Army made. a field goal and a TD,, Perm State, two TDs p.m. at the Orange Bowl Sta- against tough 1845 NW 49th Street House for rent. $16 week
and a field 'goal./Last week VMI scored'twice on long'pass dium. Southern Uovversity, Nov. 13, r
2160 NW 76th Street $100 down. $21 week
plays, one at the start of the game and one at and Bethune-Cookman Nov. I -
the finish when the rookies were getting some game It is predicted that this 27, and a yet-to-be-named op- |4612 NW 16th Avenue-3 unit apt. House$500 do.]
experience. year's attendance will exceed ponent iin the 33rd Orange
any previous year. Blossom Classic Dec. 4.
Ray (Tiny)) DuPree's Another Bonus, who polished FORD REALTYINC. Broker
off Miss Whirl a week ago, has taken the point lead in
the semifinals of Flagler's $80,000 International Clas- Tickets may be obtained at* r 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595
sic with the Red Fork Kennel's Seventh Star in second North's Travel Bureau 1104 : REDUCE
place and the NW 3rd Ave, 379-8451; Com- : Lose up to 6 pounds
defending champion (Miss) Whirl third.Thats .
munity Drugs, 6750 NW 15th :
the way things stood as the rich stake mo WEEKLY
Ave, 691-6651; Grand Drugs :
ved into its last semifinal rounds Wednesday and Satur 3640 Grand Ave 448-1759 : 1545 S. W. 1st Street

day. Richmond Heights I Drugs, : FR 3-2748 Best Buys in Town
Miss Whirl was knocked from the top by a collision 14638 Lincoln Blvd 235-3551: :
in last Saturday's first semifinal round which caus- Roosevelt Savings & Loan, : DR. LONG'S CLINIC OPEN SUNDAY K P.M. COME SEE
ed her to run fifth behind Seventh star-a 22-to-l shot 6015 NW 7th Ave 754-4541.
j ... 120 NW 48TH STREET CBS
,, -
her second straight defeat in the Classic series. #" #" #
The top eight in the point standings after the Sa- Completely furnished. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla foom,
turday races were Another Bonus with 30, Seventh Star dining room, garage, $14,000 FHA. $450 down.
27, Miss Whirl 25, Terry Stroemer 24, Cactus Lonesome
23, Wild Jean 21, Busby and Canadian Crook 20 each. UI :1 4I: _ 1800 NW 94TH STREET & CBS

2 bedroom beauty. Enclosed porch, appliances.$10,000
POST TIME FHA, $300 down, No closing costs.

ts 1810 NW 94TH STREET CBS

,BRING RESULTS Nice 2 bedroom, li) bath, plus guest house. Utilityroom

garage. $12,000 FHA. $400 down. No costs.

'- ..... .. ,. .
------ ---- -- No
closing CBS
r- costs. 3 bedroom, dining room, utilityroom

"Tfct Not/on' HI Oreyfc0w many extras. $11,000 FHA, $350 down.

Corner CBS beauty, 2 bedroom, Fla room, garage, ex
NOW! &71Hf TWIN DOUBLE tras. $12,000 FHA, $450 down. No closing costs.

CBS beauty on 2 lots, 2 bedroom, huge Fla room, din-

ing room, large garage, appliances. Close in. $400
down, $13,200 FHA. No closing c cats.

i .
i i Suplex CBS beauty. 2 bedroom each apt., appliances,
RUTH BALDWIN DORIS BROWN $15,200 FHA. $500 down. Good rental area. Close in.

Montego Restaurant
Bay 8 years new CBS duplex. 2 bedroom and 1 bedroom,

Under New ManagementThe porch, dining room, appliances each side. $15,000FHA
$450 down, good rental area. Near everything.WE .
popular Montego Bay Restaurant at 745 NW 62nd HAVE MANY MORE
St. is now under new management, The busy eating spot in BEING DISPLACED? LET US HELP YOU BUY ANY
Edison' Center has been token over by Ruth Baldwin and FHA HOUSE $100 DOWN VETS ONLY $100 DOWN
Doris Brown.

The two personable sisters are offering a delicious me-
nu of home cooked foods. Featured on the menu are T-Bone SHELL REALTY

teaks at 99<, Vi fried chicken 97<, and the popular'21- f
shrimp basket at $1 03. 4260 HW 7lk Av. 7515551t
The eating spot is open 6:30 to 9 daily and until 1 a.m

On Friday and Saturday

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"ePi rm yr n.
fi f 1

16 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday November 5, 1965

I, Carver YMCA i cti ,stral YWCA Offers Baby 6 '

,>; Sunday, November 28th riod Sitting and Swimmina i ? :;.,
tion ,and
. \ is the date of the Carver -
>' Branch YMCA's Annual per is Children's program director at 377-2571
1\4 Musical Soiree, according The the Central YWCA. Do for further information.
l.. announcement released by Builders to shop or lunch Here's proof: that you're
,, Miss Helen M. Dorsett. This a talent your youngsters in never too old to learn to swim.
Is the 10th consecutive pres child enjoy the YWCA classes for adult women '
will be your. + .; .,.,.
entation of a cultural program creative atmosphere 18-80 are held on Tues r.
which helps financethe one on 1 YWCA playroom while day evening. Want to swim to 4'n vqP, r 1" M1 1
work of the association Saturday. your shopping and keep slim-trim figure? Wantto
As in previous years, a talents (In &. The hours are 10 to conquer your fear of water .
,, .
of civic ladies register 1
group minded and learn to swim? There is ?
the program is a '
from the open ; ;
will enlist as sponsors witha time for you in a practice session "
to the members; if you're
minimum responsibility of or class. Call Central .._.
the easy -
ten tickets. Sponsors are now
YWCA for information and
being enlisted and the program 1966 reservation is nec registration.
is being organized. Mr. so call Mrs. Miller
Linton Berrie is serving as
Consultant and coordinator.Mr. Leon
Arlington Sands and elected to
Miss Dorsett are cochairman agement:
of the activity. General term of ._..=

comed.community support is wel Mr.Member Wheeler named to ETHICAL INSURANCE AGENCY

REGISTRATIONSRegistrations ground 1lventies"C 3..32 NW 7th AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA 33127II
having _
received for thefinal 1965 North
weekend camp period whichis Mr. I: SR225
scheduled for December 3, started
4, and 5th atOwaissaBauernear workers Filed Same Day.
Homestead. Total camp Campaign
capacity is 50 boys and 50 ordinated We Can Help You Save Your License. ,
girls on the first come first tan '
served basis. This camp will trons are Financial Responsibility Experts =
accept no applicants over 1965 "
15 years old except as counselors cause of Payments To Suit Your Budget w'
This particular date tive
was selecte d for the benefit ule may Lowest Rates Available. '''
of parents who might be preoccupied returning "
with the Orange ever, Mr. LOW LOW DOWN PAYMENT W'
Blossom Classic and need vinced that

responsible child care. The this Easy Credit for Everyone
fee for the three (3) days pe- record

Insurance for All

United FvHd Holds Protect Your Driver's License! "
E. Ridoin
I ;: N Ralph
Phone 633-1438
: Report L'Ic: r Office Manager

;, With less than three weeks P r ij WN T W RE.ACH' .

to go until the Campaignends
United Fund held its "Hearing
Second Report Luncheon

Meeting, 'lhursda> noon,
November 4th at the New
Everglades Hotel
In the 1964 Campaign,
at the Second Report Meeting
the United Fund had
reached $2,061,266 or 63.3
t.' f 0 percent of last year's$3,256
000 goal.
At last week's First He-

M' ). port Meeting Dade County
1 citizens had pledged!2,055-
J ,/', 960 or 6 I.4 percent of the

$3,350,000 minimum goal 643 TAFT ST.PALM SPRINGS MILE 5757N.W.27hAVE. PERRINE 9843 Bird Rd.
William U I Singer, 1965 I 1 ass w, 4th st,,_ SHOP..NG CENTER
f !. Campaign Chairman, will W. Nolhrwood Hialeah, Fla. MIAMI, FLA. Perrine, Fla. Miami Fla
P preside luncheon.over hursday's 1 945.0381 azl >I>rbl 635.Q736 635-A736 231.2901 226-5631.

Singer urged all Dad res ., ,.. ... .. .. .. .. ,..
idents toglvetothe"onecampalgn" .# '. I' ,- ... ''If'- .,,'" ": .'.... \ ''r-"!''o" -,, ".. .' "" .' .. '" '" \ .j
that supports 42 agencies ,'MO'. .. 'M". "iu. )'SAT.. "IUNDAY., ., .
< '
110' EMraIE MCY' NOT' C; OUT Of lu.wnw 5' '4
serving thecommun- ;:: ,. >O 9 0' ,.. ,,,, ,,'. .',-' .. J.-. : :: m:
.. ;
ity. "" 4" "" If? .. !

H complete e asked solicitation all volunteersto as "ir JSTiOllSls! 'EMfiY::: lE.'iiEsf' '; 'I JI YSUtTi; } ; \lOESj\ "!RIC I ESf" N .

a. ,.. ,, ., II
and "Over the ,...' >' I., ,. .. .i .. ,
slgnments '
get ; "
'c ,, ), ;'( ,,: :: ". --1Ii',, "' ,' .. .,
Top on Time". The 1965 ;.t.tIIt'6_K" t( X11 Ni;. "Iot. .t"1 00\ .f d'ui" i/G <)'''g I '.... 'Qrdsm. ..a,'Jur, Ij,.. ,'" '' 'I' '. ; 4G. ,a1t1. ngl.f\" r' .."t .

Campaign ends November

23rd.Hosts for the Second Report Foam Sectional

Savings Luncheon and are Loan First Association Federal 4dPC.

's of Miami and The CfcArk..
Miami News.
The meeting will Blurt "t,
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Smiling Eddie Lee Ptt-} >
man popular local businessman ,l lt' t
!lit the new owner -
; cf the Dive-Inn Bar
'1772 NW 79th St Phone
f,91-9131 He invite all
his ,old friends to come CUSTOM MADE
and meet new friends.
; ,Everyone welcome Indf /) REVERSIBLE







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