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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 12, 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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).
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rM" ARE' MIAMI I' I' N''E"'c;'R' YaTEROLITICAL JUVENI. I ? .


BY BILL McBRIDEAs
The rest of the field narrows down to four Catholics, This type of program will allow him to present a
the for the mayor'srace
campaign and one Protestant. This indicates that Mrs. Range conservative image in the Porkchop territory if he
and the two commissionraces
race city who 'is a Catholic, must appeal to the Negro bloc should enter the governor's race. In fact High has
reaches climax it
a appears vote. been Governor feel that
so busyrunningfor Negroes
that a deliberate slow down opera
tion has been injected in the Group These questions remain to be answered: Why has he has taken for .granted and has ceased being a

4 Race, where the interest is .centered Mayor High seen fit not to open campaign offices in good mayor.
around the three leading the Negro community of Miami, and his reluctance to, The question is asked, does Mayor High now

didates Mrs. Athalie Range, can'd campaign in the Negro community. as he has done wish to rid himself the Negro, and feel as thoughhe

Christie and LeRoy Weiner. previously. High has not even asked for the Negro can take them for granted, and become a turned

Significant is the fact, that few vote by advertising in our Negro newspaper. It is liberal or, has he been this all the while.

of candidates have actuallvcamMcBRIDE well known that his policy has been, to go to the
paigned in the Negro area. Only, While Operation Slow Down, has been in effect,
most popular churches, and use them as a means of
has been in her attempt to ob- while the Negro-community has been taken for granted -
Mrs. Range apparent communication and receive the endorsement of the
tain the Negro vote. Mrs. Range's oposition has been content to
minister and
Attempts by the opposition have been made to congregation.Who wait and force her into a run-off where they think .
direct Mrs. Range to the white community where it is directing his campaign in the Negro com- the losing white candidates will combine their ef :

has been indicated to her that the should try to obtain munity? forts against her. .Christie's public relations man, i
new votes and that the Negro community shouldbe We can only sat that Mayor High feels as thoughhe as well as Weiner's realize that a campaign in the \

taken for granted. But Mrs. Range smartly realized has control of the Negro vote and he speaks Negro area would give Mrs. Range an anti-vote

that her strength lies in the Negro community and through three or four persons whom he feels exert against them' and a vote for her. Again, this indi-
has concentrated her efforts in. getting out the total great influence in the Negro.community. cates the'skill of the opposition. No doubt the per-
Negro vote.It To campaign in the Negro community, would have sonal advisors of Mrs. Range have been aware of

is felt in some corners, that this has been deliberate aroused a large Negro turnout, therefore assuringMrs. type of maneuver.If .

design to keep Mrs. Range out of the strong Range of a large Negro vote. This would be in the Negro voters of Miami act intelligently on j

Negro areas and concentrate her effort in the white direct opposition to Christie of whom Mayor High is Tuesday and go to the polls 100% strong, we will ,

I community. It is true, that she must obtain white openly supporting. High's alleged quote to a Miami prove that we are not the political juveniles our I,

p votes in order to win, but a realistic appraisal will Herald reporter that he did not think Mrs. Rangewas friends across the track think we are.

indicate that Christie and Weiner, in all probabilitywill the best qualified candidate in the race was a We think a whole lot of people will be surprisedwhen

split the large Jewish block, where Mrs. Range direct affront to her and aroused the ire of the total the returns start coming in Tuesday night. ,I
would have normally run well, if no Jewish candidate Negro community who are solidly behind this strong
had filed. This is considered the liberal bloc. and sincere civic leader. Don't be a fool. VOTEI!

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A two-car crashWednesday ned under the rear bumper at NW 63rd St., was deadon arrival -Joh OO's car was struck by. ..\
"night.resulted in th'e death of,>1W 32nd "v., and 31st St. at Jackson Memorial Hos- a car driven by Daniel Nichol \
a 27-year-old man who was pital, said Sheriffs Sgt. Ned son, 27, of 3142 N.W. 32nd St
thrown out of his car and pinNegroes- Willie Lee Johnson, of 130f Dolan. Dolan said lie was not hurt.
Johnson and Miss Rosa Mae Nicholson was charged with

,, nnimiii turn 7" WK' r'-... a .,>... .,tMMKSKi "+.- Harris 19, of 1231 NW 58th driving under the influence of
r' Terr., were passengers in the alcohol or narcotics, reckless
rt' lax March car driven by Johnson's father, driving causing an accidentby
i Willie Sr.,46,of 3501 NW 49th running a stop sign and

i St. manslaughter.
Miss Harris, who was also Johnson's smashed' car
iI Plan Store spun around throwing out John
\ Boycott thrown in out serious of the car condition, was reported at- son and Miss Harris Dolan

said. The young man was pin-
demonstrators and the hospital with multiple in
Negro spectators
I Thirty-four Negroes were
ned to the street by the wrecked -
arrested Tuesday night in sang and jeered as the juries. The elder Johnson was
bumper.
Jacksonville after more than arrests were made. treated and released.

70 marched downtown duringthe Rutledge Pearson, state
evening rush hour in defiance NAACP president called for
of Mayor Louis Ritter. an immediate boycott of down-

The adults were releasedon twon stores through the Christmas t

their recognizance and ordered season.
The had told the
mayor
to appear in court Wed
demonstrators earlier that they
nesday. Sixteen juveniles
could march either 3 p.m. or
among those arrested were released
to their parents. 6 p.m., but they could not be
allowed to disrupt the 4:30

Protesting alleged discrimi p.m. rush traffic hour.

nation in the hiring of city. employees They were demanding more
Negroes marched Negro representation in policymaking
i about one mile before they in the city government,

were stopped by police. The the Negroes said. L


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Bob Weaver for
ANN E.CARTERniece of Mrs. Fannie Cummings, Bucking

1045 NW 58th Street, won the title of "Miss Sumter ,.
I High School" of Americus, Ga. Ann is a senior in high

school.study law.Pepper She. plans to attend the University of Miami to Housing Cabinet Post


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I In an unprecedented move day. President Johnson was p?

to be TB ON DecreaseThe Monday, Housing Adminis- expected to name its secretary -
trator Robert Weaver, 57, but presidential press
Health Department .told a press conference in secretary Bill Meyers an-
Guest SpeakerThe reported Wednesday thatac- Washington that he wantsto nounced last week tht the
tive cases of tuberculosis in be the first Negro Cabinet department would run without
Honorable Claude Dade County have been stead member in American a head until January
Pepper will be the Guest ly decreasing in the last four history, and that he hopes when Congress returns.
for the Fortieth President Johnson will ap- Ax''
Speaker years. When asked why he want v
Anniversary Dinner Meetingof The decline is attributedby point him secretary of the ed the HUD post Monday,
.Jhe James E. Scott Com- officials to the effectiveness new Department a of Hous- Weaver hinted he will quit,
munity Association, honoring of chemotherapy a treat- ing and Urban Develop if he doesn't get it, and said: '_1 _....}!c --,
two of its early pioneers, ment by chemicals which ment (HUD), which was
Mrs. Elizabeth Cooley Kingof have speeded up the arrestof born without a secretary. "This is the field In whichI Charles A. Lockhart, pioneer Miami labor leader
Miami and Miss Mary the disease from a five have spent most of my and public relations man, has been appointed special
Raymond of New Orleans, year to a three-year period.On Weaver, an expert on big adult life. It is an exciting, program consultant to Gov. Haydon Burns for the Economic
Louisiana.The Dec. 31, 1961, there city problems has been kept challenging field. Ihavebeen Opportunities program.
dinner will be heldat were 1,931 cases; in 1962 dangling by the Presidentfor personally involved In the Lockhart takes over the highest state positionever
the New Everglades Hotel the figure was 1,546; in months, and apparentlycould legislation. I would find it held by a Negro since reconstruction days. Walter
on December 2, 1965. 1963 it was 1,263, and not wait any longer, terribly important and sa director of the state Economic Opportunity
programs
Keys,
Theme for the meeting will 1964, it was 1,216. so he spoke his lece. tisfying." announced that Lockhart's.offices will be located ..
be "Building Better Neigh To a on whetherthe
querry in Miami but all Florida will be his territory. J-
borhoods". The Department of Housing President had sought his .
Friends of the Congressman and Urban Developmentwas advice on whom to appoint, Above picture shows Lockhart being congratulatedby
from the Third Con- VOTE TUESDAY created by an act of Weaver said, "No, My recommendation Metro Mayor Chuck Hall as Judge James L. King
gressional District will be Congress two months ago would have beams approval after swearing in ceremonies Tuesdayat
pleased to see and hear him. and came Into being Tues- been ovious." the Courthouse. House of Photography photo.NISTO.





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REV. SAMUEL ATCHINSON r pr JI:

RE ..'P.D. BRANTLEYREV. ELDER E. MADISON ri
E REV. I I. C, MICKENS S
.-PURDY S. BROWN ,
REV. JAMES PICKETT butItt
M REV. C. J. BURNEY ; .
n REV. DANIEL PRIDGEN n
REV. S. A. COUSINS' .
,I I REV. W. K. SMITH ,t
REV. N. F. CLARK ,
REV. H. E. S. REEVES
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t REV. CHARLES COOPER
REV. W. L. SAVOY

't : _REV. C. W.. COWSEN ,_ .n
J: REV. C. H. SMITH }M
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REV W. DAVIS wx
REV.lAMBERTSANOS
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: REV..rPAU L FREEMAN _ueft'
REV. W. E. SIMS '
!Ui REV. EDWARD T. GRAHAM ,
; REV. H. C. SAMUELS #
fJ t REV. THEODORE GIBSON t1t
"21\ REV. R. C. SOLOMON
REV. A. M. GRIFFIN .
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e t REV.T. R. HARRIS N CITY COMMISSION EVANGELIST F. L. THOMPSON #B

REV. AARON, HALL REV. W. F. TANNER

'M. REV. J. E. JENKINS REV. W. P. TOPLEY R

REV.' ROSCOE JACKSONREV. Group REV. P. W. WILLIAMSREV. B

GEORGE E. JOHNSON
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REV. T. C. KELLY, JR. '
REV. W. P. WIGGINS
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In the fourth day of thegovernment's Roosevelt Tremble, an as- $8,000 in attorney and j
bribery trial against sistant to Fountain, was an ,
probably appeal costs. : : -
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Eugene J. Marshall, "enforcer" of the payoffs. a +
Fowler said he agreed to b "
former chief narcotic agent Fountain and Tremble are the terms and heard Mar- Now Is Time ;
The To MakeSwli
here, a38-year-olddope ped co-defendants with Marshall. shall call the district attor- : .: }.
.. dler told how he and a partner Cross examined by Foun .-t1.-." f t'x, t." t
ney's office and tell them hewouldn't '
made $4,300 selling a tain's defense attorney, Harry ,
continue. the prose- ; ;. -- .--- -- .. "
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half ounce of heroin in MIami Preblsh, Fowler admittedhis .
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after they were set up bya testimony Monday was He said Marshall got only : '4 ; :9'; !

., federal agent. "completely and altogetherdifferent" $180 of the $3,000 demanded .
Robert Fowler testified from that given a and"then told me I'd haveto 'JI\C t"I"
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grand Jury in June, when he
: that Marshall asked him for said he knew nothing of see Holton Newbold and .. ....._........... ';J...... .. :
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$3,000 to have a nar do what Holton said. 4:;' 'I !
payoffs or bribes and had ,
Fowler
uw i:: cotic case dropped. Newbold testified earlierin '.) I.'."' "
he said, and the not seen Fountain since .,
agreed
, 1961. the case that Marshall .. .,\j
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"': Marshall forced Fowler Kaufman, Fowler said narcotics.His .. I
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1'. Newbold, another dope seller Marshall last January im partner with Jewbold, Fowler ,
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\, accused of taking $250 a from a New Jersey a half ounce "or eight A :.:.:..... ':
f week as protection money. state prison. spoons," he explained."We .1
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f $250 a week, he said. "lie asked me," Fowler Fowler said."I put my quurt- .
i Fowler forced Fowler to said, "if I would like to get ter piece up In 300 of those
" Fowler said his bribe rid of a federal narcoticscase Number 5 capsules and sold
I', money was paid directly to against me for 3000. them at $8 each." The gross
Frank Fountain former It was a case on which I'd was $4,800.
sergeant on the Miami Police been convicted but a new trail Fowler, who was broughthere
Department narcotics squad, was ordered. It was to com as a witness, is now
and that former policeman up again in February and serving a four-year term at
the Atlanta federal peneten-
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three defendants were
arrested last April 20 at the
home of Holton Newbold.
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his lovely wife Vivian were guests of the Carillon Ho N'O

tel over the weekend enroute to a short vacation in Nas- The Slums are

sau. Stanley is president of the National Newspaper
Publishers Association. House of Photography photo. the Same as :

4 Years Ago! 1 Gets Your F X.


Omegas to Observe e I 'Complete' S ''p ort

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Achievement Week I No the New Negro Parksin !;'" ., ,

I Sigma Alpha Chapter of Omega. This will further culminate I r *

Omega Inc. will Psi Observe Phi Fraternity Achievement of, the which Tulent some Hunt talented Program Neighborhoods. (((1)) '; 'Yon Vote Tuesday "

Week Sunday, November high school student will compete .
14, at 5:30 P.M. at the for a full scholarshipto Very FewNegroes Mki/Svr.// f 'y.r6 ;
Hampton House Motel. This the college of their choice. ;
will culminate a week of Achievement Persons and organizations ,

which all Week Brothers observancein solicited port are the still cause urged to of sup-theN.AA.C.r. Have t ((2))' Make Sire;,; oTeJIYoir, Friends J ;; }F

memberships for the Those persons ' .
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N.A.A.C.P. and organizations who have City Jobs! to Vote i \;
Donald Wheeler Jones, not taken membership ure .
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asked to contact the NAACP /
President of the Dade County : ;
Chapter will be featured office of some Omega Man. .
DON'T BE

community speaker. Neal servant Adams, will, noted receive All Brothers are to be present ((3)) Offer Every Eligible Voter A Ride' to
the annual Citizen of to an evening of Uplift FOOLED BY .
the Year Award. Herbert Day is Chairman of I

This affair will culminate the Achievement: Program the Polls : '. ,' .. '. j i.
un outstanding week of and Ulysses G. Horne is David ;, "-.
worthwhile contributionsmade Basileus of Sigma Alpha 4
by the Brothers of Chapter. '.


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.I.. .t.! __._,,_ _-....._ __, It's Time for a Change
Sunday, November 14, A ing The Home on the Range
Home on The Range Tea will Tea, 5727 NW 17th Ave., Sun
be held under the open spacesat day, November 14, 4:30: until. J7-A
Now Is ifie time lor teamf orjc anil lotion
the home of Mrs. Athalie I ; I I I

Range located at 5727 NW 17th
Elect
Ave. Time for the Tea will be
from 4:30 p.m. until. START WORK TODAY!! x

This is to be the major A Public Service Over
20 Years
highlight of the Range cam- 11AMURRAY
(Live In Molds) iCltY
COMMISSION/ GROUP
paign. On hand will be enter- Ip YOUR N6*
tainers, combo music, refresh- Cooks Bus Boys
Dishwashers Porters
ments, group singing and the Gas Station Drivers z. CHAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS
featured attraction will be that Hotel & Home Molds
most remarkable woman, our We Appreciate Your KLEINMiami 6130 NW 7th Ave.

future commissioner, Mrs. Business
Athalie Range. p -' For Free Transportation

De there. Don't miss being j FR 9.882stl,1c1
Home on the Range where Call 757-8011 -
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everything will be happening. 1 H.E.'Sth Street Commissioner
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le ,i,. 1JtJ .neli .20 11

o 0 Negro self-help, the betteruse hair, Tickets at ,
'- $5
11 per
f. of the political system: for a full course Plate
,-.-"-. -- -------------M. -, ..- ban the expansion of opportunities one of Miami's finest hotels
E' SIGI4MUND REEVES, Editor and Publish/. the In educatibn, employ- barely cover the cost
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor serve ment and housing, plus says. At the dinner, he
B v ", Equal counseling programs, sanitation will be presented to awards
Mgmb.r of the Notional Newspapers Publisher Association recreation and many duals from Indi\I
SUBSCRIPTION RATES the other areas. The Greater Mi- education, healthYnd'tf'

,ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3,00 FOREIGN 6.00 a ami Urban League devotes fare for their efforts in achieving -
ends
efforts toward these equal
Entorod as Second Class Matt.r, August 9, 1927 at the Post year a year-round basis. for Negroes In opportunities this
Office ot Miami Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 band States "Bi-racial dinners were Senator Harry l>. Cain area Is,
of common occurance chairman of the
Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone OX 10421 tion Awards
Miami hotels six years Committee.Gospel.
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" sure ment : ," Fair recalls. "It took
Th. NEGRO PRESS bollov.n that America can host load dent lot of hard work to round -' --
th. world from racial and national) antagonism when It ac 200 guests for our first
cords to every man rogordloss of*race, creed or ;cplor his ed Yet last year we had Caravan
human and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no itan-th In 600 in attendance, and
ttogro Pros strives to help *v.ry man in the firm belief that fitting year-our 'lucky seventh'we're
.Jl HMO or* huff'a. long as any*. ". Is held back. aiming for a thous-
with Businessmen who a few Concert Reset
THE ELECTION great ago arched their eye-

November 16 will be election day in the City of hope when the approached Urban League to for Nov. 15
dinner
now buy ex
Miami-the largest city in the state of Florida.On .
tickets to dispense to
that day we go to the polls to elect a mayor in the There has been a All persons holding tickets
for the City'of Miami, and also two City Commissioners.There hole change atmosphere. for the postponed Gospel Caravan .
are three candidates for the, office of mayor; the National Urban League that was scheduled for
the incumbent Robert King High',Jerry Stern,businessman to at the Fontaine- Oct. 31, will be held Monday,
; Jon Carlton and 'George Thomas.In ity Hotel a month or two Nov. IS, at St. John Baptist
Rights with Vice President Church at 7:30 p.m.
our opinion Mayor High has a record that should
land, I Gov. LeRoy Mrs. Range, candidate for
warrant his re-election. We are therefore, supporting them and Whitney M. the City Commission of Miami,
him. law to as speakers undoubt- will be the honored guest.
Negroes in other cities in Florida are awakeningto helped to illuminate the All participating membersof
their political possibilities and are exercising theirfranchise reality and goals of our local the choirs will meet at 7
in the righteeping Ifs time for Miami, ate." p.m. in the basement assemblyroom
shall we say giant' to awake and do rector The dinner isnotlntended of St. John Baptist i
likewise? "Some be a money-making en- Church.
In Group Four, Candidate Athalie Range is contesting are avor, according to Mr..
the seat of the incumbent Mrs. Alice Wain- :-
wright who will not be in the contest. This is Mrs.

Range's first bid for public office. However, she is I If you wont the, beitjor your, child "., -
widely known for work in the community activities.She "
has the distinction of being the president of ,JACKSOH'S: TODDLE INN
the well-known Roosevelt Savings and Loan Associa- first ', M 'f"M.:: u < ,....... -
tion of Miami, is a member of the Community Relations printed f ,
Board. She owns, and assisted by her son, Patrick, !
,
directs the Range Funeral Home. Her record as a busi- A DEPENDABLE CONSCIENTIOUS, ,SERVICE
ness woman is one that pleases her community.We an Trolnea-Teachers'BakacedLw?cli" ?'';'"Transportation,
have known her for many years and believe Maybe :ALL FOR.OOPER'WEEK: ;
that she is well qualified to serve as a member of the '
City Commission. The Miami Times takes pleasure in San 3038 N.W. 48th Terre: NE 4-1303

endorsing Mrs. Athalie Range in Group Four. Vote for
her. Pull Lever 10-A

There are also six other candidates: Irwin Christie, SIGMA
George Kalil, Doris McAllister, Marquette Phillips,
Angelo Sands and LeRoy Weiner.In .

Group Five are Dodd Johnson, Edith Bradley, The "Anytime"i
David T. Kennedy and Murray Klein are battling it out Chapter
for the position. Sorority
We believe Mr. Kennedy has been a good represen-
tative and should be re-elected. 14 eral at 6

BLACKOUT IN NEW YORK vice.
pastor _
Power failure in New York on Tuesday night trap- Church,
ped thousands of workers on trains, in subways, in speaker. _
homes and business places. Some 30,000,000 were af- be given
fected. mas and
Sporadic rioting and looting went on in some of munity. _
the cities. It has not yet been determined just what to join
caused the power failure. servance.
The blackout caused airline' flights from Miami to

New North. York to be cancelled. They could not land up TO JUNIOR


.. $14 MILLION FOR EXILE AID

Dade County's school officials report that a request -Alumni ________
for $14.2 million has been made to the federal 14, 3:15
government for the purpose of educating Cuban refu- on the
gees. This amount does not include $600 per pupil to plans fo
provide temporary classrooms for children in the new
wave of refugees.Federal Herzfield
funds of over $19 million have been paid group
to the Dade school system since 1961-$3 million to College's
provide classrooms and $16.4 million for operation. being
The minimum cost of housing pupils in temporary the same Water
structures is $600 per pupil, says the report. Heating

BANS CAPITAL PUNISHMENTOn super-safe

Monday, Great Britain's law abolishing capital
punishment for murder came into force. The new pe-
nalty for this crime will be indeterminate term of im- Heater
anywhere
and it.
prisonment with the home secretary deciding on parole. forget
There's a race relations bill banning racial incitement of mind completely automatic. Flame-

and prohibiting discrimination in public places, need vents or flues to carry off product-
except for shops and boarding houses.
as a light
The new law makes if a crime for landlords to bulb.

evict tenants without a court order, or to intimidate an EleCtric Water Heater (like a
them into leaving.
) costs "less, is cheaper to use -:-

WELL KNOWN COLUMNIST DIESAs \ residential kilowatt hour actually 31%

DAK years ago. See the modern
Electric Water
customary on Sunday evenings, Ye Editor saw
the TV program "What's My Line," John Daley, director appliance dealer plumbing or elec-
Mrs. Dorothy Kilgallen, panelist, participated
for the last time. Her body was found in her bed by a AL
maid on Monday morning.Mrs. THAN
EVER
Kilgallen was a well-known columnist for TO GO ALL ELECTRIC!

more than 30 years; she was 52 years old.

papers.Her last column was published in Tuesday's daily 717 : -

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I r .PiiientsProtest; : i /\ Team tam,1I0&vt' : ; : : I

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A new neighborhood teen and r Hibiscus Street, which Dan Mcl'aul;, who worksat ;: doubt limit's" whoIesomtT recreation
age dance hall in South Dade opened to teenagers the past the three-hour dances Fri ," he said.
has aroused the Ire of Negro two weekends.The day and Saturday nights, Two Metro policemen
parents to theextentthattheyare parents said that the said, "It (the club) gives Lance Lowe and John Jack
trying to close it down.A club is not respectable Is in teeagers a place to go." son, are part owners of the
Julia Felder Thomas, former Miamian now of De- an undesirable neighbor- One of the 10 parents at Teen Town, McPhaul said.
triot, Michigan, returned to Miami to be at the bedsideof group of parents met hood, admits school drop- the meeting, Odell Johns, Another protest meeting
her father Eli Felder. Monday night and bitterly outs and is run simply to said he Invited the club own has been ,set by the parentsfor
criticized the Perrine Teen 7. in theM
make money off the chil- ers to explain their program Mpnday p .m
Little Kim Murray entertained twenty friends at Town at SW 99 th Road dren. b'Ut'they didn't show up. "I Ave.thews and'Center 175 th St.SWIOSrd
her home on Sunday to celebrate her third birthday.Get .

well wishes to Douglas McKinnon at Baptist
Hospital, Joseph Stewart at Veterans, Leonard Walkerat
Mercy, Stephen Rolle Sr. at Cedars of Lebanon,
Eddie Lee Redding at Cedars and to Dave Wynne and
Eli Felder.S. .

D. Barkly was among those attending the State
Reading Conference at Clearwater, Florida last week.
J
Mrs. Charles D. Wyche (Vera) was crowned as I
'Queen' of the annual States Tea at the Church of the I
Incarnation on Sunday. Congratulations.

National Diabetes Week .. 1 x
begins on Sunday. Now is
the time to see your doctor for your yearly health v 1 1 Io
check. + t

Congratulations to Patrick Range who is now a licensed .
funeral director and able to take over some of m.f8
the duties of his very busy mother who is campaigning
for the City Commission.Sure .

hope most of you took, time out to visit our
schools during American Education Week. The exhibits *
and special well worth *
programs were our timedon't -
,. t I. a
you agree?

,
Congratulations to the James (Gloria) Royals who
are proud parents of twins..a boy and a girl.
YES! WE CAN GET RID

Tbe stork left a blue bundle at the James Bent-
lys (Ellen). Congratulations.Sincere .

families. sympathy to the Harrison and Thornton OF THESE MIAMI SLUMS! !


The Charmettes held their Miss Teen Charmette
M
Coronation Party at Bonded Rental Agency on last Sa-
turday, Nov. 7. Sandra Murray, a senior at Notre Dame If you elect me your mayor
,
Academy was crowned Miss Teen Charmette.

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PROGRAM DATELI NE I will demand strict enforcement ] t

November 14-25 National Retarded Children's Week

November 15 Begins National.Christmas Seal Campaign of the housing code! ;

Novemberl9-25 National Farm"""- City Week I.
F
November 25 Thanksgiving Day
I will sponsor a that

ON FRIENDSHIP

These Three r will require landlordslaw 10 gel an

Three men are my friendsHe -
that loves me, Annual Certificate of Occupancy.
He that hates me, .
He that is indifferent to me.

Who loves me, teaches me tenderness; t Before the Certificate is Issued
Who hates me, teaches me caution; ,

Who teaches is indifferent me self-reliance.to me, a Rental Unit Must Meet Certain Standardsof


.- Dinger DECENT, SAFE and SANITARY HOUSING.

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CLOVER SOCIAL CLUB

4th Anniversary Show

and Dance : 3A .. .
Friday night at

Island Club N.W. 2nd Ave. & 10th St.

Featuring i Clyde McPhatter and Wi Idman

Steve Review.
2 Shows from 10 until

Tables Free Frank Williams Orchestra Admission $2 WE CAN DO IT! x xr

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The public is invited to attend the 4.

''a '30th Annual Graduation I JERRYvisit .


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6, THE MIAMI TIMES Friday November 12 1965
Church usher board No. 1 ot telegrams, condolences
SOUTH OWE NEWSMrs. Goulds had its eighth anniversary food in the death and
Sunday Nov. 7. Rev. W.'daughter of their
Church of in Christ fates Mrs. Edith Mae
God Susie Williams, reoorter M. Wesley delivered the ser- Shackleford. Special thanks
I Mission mon. J. H, Ashley, president; to Mrs. Curls who
The Women Home W. M. Ward, vice; Re v. mother notified the
Mrs. minutes
'1 f ., : Showdown for LeadershipMEMPHIS Society of Mt. Moriah Baptist A. H. Lockett, pastor. daughter was killed.after her

I ,'. ,. ... Church was very inspiring on ********** special thanks to Also
!''' '{ t' r Sunday morning. The Rev. E. The family of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Funeral the HoVe Ho.1of ;
(Nl'I) A church reforms; Arrayed on Lions director, dates from the Long was our teacher. He is Shackleford wish to thank staff. May God and
showdown over administration either side are the COLIC death of the founder, the late the assistant pastor. We are Neal hourof bless each or
in the
of the three millionmember bishops, headed by the Rt. Bishop Charles H. Mason in asking more Missions to come their many friends you and pray for me.
Church of God In Christis Rev. A.B. McEwen, Memphis 1961. out. Mrs. Ceola Bruton, presi- their sorrow for the cards.
expected to, erupt duringthe chairman of the execu- During his lifetime, Bishop dent Mrs. Beatrice McCoy,
denomination's 58th tive board; and the Rt. Rev. Mason welded the church together ; are -
hold convocation, currently QT. Jones, senior prelate; strongly, through the secretary. first The and meetings third Sun- B.& B EMPLOYMENT
in session at Mason's Tem Philadelphia. support he engendered by his held every
ple. The sessiohs began personality, dedication and day mornin g. 1336 & 38 NW 3rdAve.
Tuesday and will run The history of the con- personal magnetism. His asses.Cs 5 5
through Friday, Nov. 19. flict, as related by Bishop body lies in the lobby vaultof On Sunday at Mt. Moriah Established 15 years
At issue is the alleged con- Louis H. Ford, COLIC ex- the temple, which was the Rev. E. J. Sheppard will
centration and abuse of power ecutive board member and named after him He founded be in charge of the service as FR 32106JOBS
plus a drive for major International public rela- thedenomlnationln897 our pastor has a month on va-
cation. Don't miss hearingthis JOBS
JOBS
r- 19 sermon. on Sunday.
Welfare Planning Council JM. *** *
Available NOWIII
Sunday night Nov. 7 the !!!
Mt. Moriah Women Chorus hada
!! Legislative Forum Nov. 19The contest between the soprano Service Station r Maids; Pvt. Home

and the alto. The alto won by Truck Drivers .. ,Hotel Maids
,
raising the highest amount of Hotel Porters Cooks Pvt. Home
1 latlon .
Welfare Planning Coun- on Aging), Representative -
de-
cil qf Dade County will hold Kenneth Myers (Legislation money. The sermon was Cook Rest. Cooks
livered by the assistant pas-
its annual Legislative Forumon on Mental Health), Senator tor. There were three white Dish Washers Day Workers
Friday, Nov. 19 at 12 noon Robert Haverfield (Legislationon guests Present Tire. Changers Laundry,
S at the DuPont Plaza Hotel. Recreation and Education),
********** '
The Forum will (1) Reviewthe SeantorGeorge Hollahan (Leg- MANY MANY MORELET'S
The Mt. Pleasant Baptist
past Legislative Sessionin islation on Children's Commis-
'light of the gains made insocial. sion and Sunland Training. -- -
b ,"health and welfare pro- Center.)
grams. (2) Review what effect County Manager Porter W.
the failure of Health and Wel- Homer will discuss the impactof
fare Legilsation will have on the Legislative Session on
Dade County. (3) Examine Dade County. HE -ELECT
what still needs to be done at Members and Delegates of
the next Legislative Session the Welfare Planning Councilthe
(4) Honor the Dade Legislation Dade delegation to the
Patricia Louise Burke. 16,
to the Florida Legislature. Florida Legislature, the Dade
a senior girl scout and patrol .
I leader who was an aide to the County Commission and Com-
handicapped at Cerebral Palsy Senator Harry P. Cain will munity Leaders' have been Invited -
Center in the past few, sum- be moderator of the program. to ,attend' the forum. The
mers, has received a merit Panelists will be Representative meeting is open to the public
award from the Dairy Councilof Maxine Baker ((Legis- Luncheon reservations can ."m'. u .Y Y.. III I II
be made by calling the Welfare
South Florida. tion on Children), Representative -
Richard; Pettigrew (Le gis- Planning Council at 379-8419.
The daughter of Mrs. Thelma -
Burke Williams, 1391 NW .l
42nd St., is on volleyball- Endorsed By .
team at Miami Jackson Senior AUTO INSURANCE
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Youth Choir at Mount Tabor Check our new, lower rates and easy financing .
Baptist Church and is a good IMMEDIATE 5Rt22 FlUNG
student. Bring this ad to our office and receire a free gift

The Dairy Council has a D. Goodman and Son, Inc.
continuing program to honor 'Insurance, Real Estate, Mortgage"Business '
Dade meritorious young peoplq, in member All People Democratic Club

be sent County.to Agnes Nominations Edwards can, 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380

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: YMCA Musical Soiree The Public Is Cordially Invited By .


LIBERTY ELK LODGE

Sponsors NamedForty

TO.ATTEND. THEIR ANNUAL
four (44) Civic Leona, Eldrldge, Mrs. Mel-
o minded ladies have signedup tie Elliott, Mrs. Alma Fin-
as sponsors of the Tenth ley, Mrs. Amos Fludd, Mrs. CHARITY ;MIAKFAST DANCETkiiksgiviig .
Annual Gill Mrs.
Musical Soiree under Mayme Charles "
the auspices of the Car- Hadley, Mrs. Susan,F. Harris M.mi l gN_v.'" 25
ver Branch YMCA. Mr. Mrs. John Haynes,>Mrs. ,
DAVE BONDU ., .
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Johnson
Arlington Sands and Miss Stanley Mrs. Vel- A.- "
Helen M. Dorsett are cochairman ma Johnson, Mrs. Elizabeth FROM '12..a'Clock'MIDNIGHT' TO 4 A.M "

Tuesday, November 16, is R-D R*Day is the daywe of the activity. Mr. Jones, Mrs. Eugene Kemp, AT LiBERTY CLUB
Linton Berrien as consultant Mrs. Dewey Knight, Mrs.,
must and should take time to vote for Range. She
is responsible for I.C. Mlcklns, Mrs. Ella
securing 6525 N.W. 18TH AVENUE
must win this election-and only her win.
you can help the talent which will be Moncur, Mrs. Geraldine
I can't understand how other small towns in Florida presented on Sunday, November Moore, Mrs. Caroline Mor- Music by Charles Austin Jr. Orchestra

and Georgia can elect Negroes to their city governments 28 at 4:30: p.m. in ley, Mrs. Henry McDowell, DONATION $1.00
-and here in liberal Dade County-we can't seem the upstairs auditorium of Mrs. Clora Pearsall, Mrs.
to get together. Must we be backwards in everythingwe the Carver Building, 5770 Dorothy Portlock, Mrs. Table Reservation Mutt Be Mad In Advanc.
N.W. 15th Avenue. The Louis H. Portlock, Jr., Mrs. Fhe music for this Occasion I.
do. What must we do to wake our people up. I'll provided by a grant
sponsors now have tickets Janie Reeves, Mrs. Lenora '
from the trust funds of recording 'Industries obtaln.d
tell you what we've got to do and that is stop pulling for the one dollar minimum Sands, Mrs. William F Savoy by the corporation of'Local 655 American Peroration ,
against each other. Remember I once told you about the donation.The Mrs. Elanor Shell, Mrs. of Musicians, Frank J. Candela, President. {
little ant, that tried to move a whole slice of bread by Lady Sponsors are: Jefford Smith, Mrs. Authe-
himself-and after working 7 days-he didn't move it an Mrs. Ida Adams, Mrs. Portia rlne Strapp, Mrs. Mary RESERVATION PHONES: OX 1-9926 OX 1-5554
inch-so he went for help and 10,000 ants came and together Bannister, Mrs. Leauder Washington, Mrs. Virgil
Bennett, Mrs. Alexander Whitehead and Mrs. Hazel
Harold SandllandsBewitt Thomas RiversIrvln
they took that one slice of bread a mile. Now if Brooks, Mrs. Eloise Bryant, Wright Johnson COMMITTEE Robinson
little ants can work together why not human beings. Mrs. Rosebud Byrd, Mrs.
We must pull together in the same direction and wor k Blanche Calloway, Mrs.
towards that same goal and we too can make progress.So Archibald Carey, Mrs. Sam-
you can see why its so important we all vote for uel H. Cohen, Mrs. Delores
Mrs.Athalie Range.We also must remember that we are Collier, Mrs. James Copeland SPECIAL FRI. & SAL ONLY
out-numbered by the white population and we must Mrs. Leonard Dia-
mond, Miss Helen
M. Dor-
show that the Negro vote is a powerful vote.
sett, Mrs. Leon Earles, Mrs.
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PRETTY GIRL OF THE I

WEEK: Serella Grant(County j MRS. KING ENTERTAINEDMrs. t I

Welfare Department) VOTE Martin Luther King, 6000 N.W. 7th Ave.

Sr. was highly entertained on ,.
PRETTY BOY OF THE
Where Friends Meet
the weekend of Oct. 23 when
WEK Sam Moncur
: TUESDAYMUSICIAN she was the Woman's Day
speaker at Greater Bethel AME
OF THE
WEEK: Noel Cruz (Piano) -- Church. Jo -
With Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
********************
f Jones of 1065 NW 47th Terr i : '; p
Our hats are off to Channel 10 for its all night mo as host and hostess, there wasa ; I

vies on Saturday nights. There are thousands of people warm welcome to Mrs. King '

who are up all night, and they enjoy TV. I only hope from all the neighbors of 47th
that Channel 4 and Channel 7 will follow the same policy Terr. on arrival and Mrs. ,
but we should have all nite TV every nightin Jones' home was full of warm
greetings which meets
stead of one night a week. Of course, it costs a lot of every 7r
one at all times. There was a
money to operate TV all night, and that is the reason delicious dinner served Sat

that it is not done to a great extent, they simply can urday evening of gourmet '
not afford it. Even with the praise of Channel 10's all foods and deserts which was

night movies, I do wish they would show some picturesthat enjoyed by Mrs. King's guests.
are not "horror" type. This is all they show, and The Rev. and Mrs. I. C. Mic-
there are more than a few people who do not like them. kins, Rev. and Mrs. S. A. *
Cousin, Carey Cousin, Mrs.
I think that more "shoot-em-ups" and comedies are
Cherry Mills Boyer and Clar
called for at that hour. Needless to say, it is still nice ence Jones. If
to have one TV station Jthat is on all night-even if King's
On Monday Mrs.
they are horror movies and only one night a week. guests were Mrs. Zena Posnerof *15
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Miami Beach
Normandy Isle,
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: The James Club is who owns an art studio, joinedher I'

closed for a two week period so sez Jack Corbitt, in a late brunch at the > 6
A
the manager. When they re-open, Jack promises to open Jones'. Then Dr. B. L. Atkinson crs'goon

with a big name policy Across the street, Frank was host to Mrs. King *
and Jones took her sightseeing
Mrs.
Adamese has cut out from My Cousin's Place and the
on Lincoln Road Mall
is back in the hands of the I have *
place owners. no with a Hate lunch during the 2&ATft
idea what their plans are Downtown, at the Fiesta evening. Mrs. King left the, IMNDScLl
Room of the Mary Elizabeth Hotel, Billy Miranda and city Monday p.m. leaving her '!
his Royal Shieks are planning to do big things The best wishes to everyone' and %
Knight Beat will soon re-open (sometime in December). reporting a very wonderful
They too will present big name acts Steven Hill, the stay. She hopes to return next ea c zero

biggest show promoter in the Kingston, Jamaica area summer for a longer visit. RORT S
stopped in town to see me. He is taking the Impres- IoW

sions, the Supremes, The Drifters and Nancy Wilson .
plus Joe Tex to Jamaica,starting in December and end- ji nI4
in May. There is a possibility that he may play these REDUCELos Original Cousins "Bin Boss Sound"NOW
acts in Miami before taking them to Kingston. up to 6 pounds

From the Nassau, popular Peanuts Taylor, owner WEEKLY dM.d 'URM FllEt'S/kYYP1'
of the Drumbeat Club and the Yellow Bird, is in town E ? .. '1I

seeing talent From Chicago, record producer Ralph 1545 S. W. lit Strttt
Bass, is in town making plans to bring big shows into FR 3.2748
Miami and Nassau. Looks like plenty of entertainmentis MINK* Mil SHOW SPOT.

in store for Miami for the coming season To the DR. LONG'S CLINIC

entertainers working in our local clubs, I wish to say .........
"Join AGVA and stop working for $10 a night. Join
the union and get scale pay. Entertainers who work for
nothing hardly ever amount to some thing." You are

selling talent and people pay to see talent, so why
work for nothing while the others get rich? With the $

cost of living the way it is, who can live on $10 a I ETHICAL INSURANCE AGENCY I
night? And you are making it hard for the fellow who

-wants to get paid decent salary to get more. Stop tryingto
cut each other's throats and you will find that you
will make a good living too. Join the Union and get 3432 N.W. 7th AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA 33127 \

paid! A hint to the.wise, is sufficient, I hope. I have

said my say, so it's up to y'all so till next week, SRr22S _, .
LIVE LIFE, EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT. _
Filed Same Day. !
PEACE!
_

PEACE? YESI! IF YOU VOTE FOR ATHALIE We Can Help You Save Your License.

RANGE. THIS IS YOUR LAST CHANCE! Financial Responsibility Experts *

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Lauderdale Dt. Enid Reese is
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GIVE STYLE3HOW The chairman, Dt. Vera
LOW LOW DOWN PAYMENT
Williams and her co-chairman, I b
The Dt. Elks of Greater Dt. Alice Lucas and Dt. Enid
Miami Temple will entertain Reese, along with the Daugh Easy Credit for Everyone
their friends with a style showon DEDICATED
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jdpexi for All
Sunday Nov. 14, 5-9 p.m. see that this popular' affair ex Insurance ,
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at the fabulous ContinentalClub ceeds all others. .$.ne, w.v rw..'
6000.NW 7th Ave. Protect Your Driver's License! PUBLICrrVfi
Ralph E. Ridolfi ,
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Chairman of the style showis n
the well known fashionableDt. See Mrs. Athalie Range as Phone 633-1438 Office Manager
Quest she makes her bid for a seat
Pindie Lowe.
models are lovely Miss Harmie on the Miami City Commission.Dt. PRACTICE WH.ATJVE PREACHI '
Marion Muldrow, Dt.
Lee Harris of Delray Beach,
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6, THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 12, 1965 Church usher board No. 1 ot telegrams, condolences

SOUTH OWE NEWS Goulds had its eighth anniver- food in the death and
:' Sunday, Nov. 7. Rev. W.,daughter, of their
Church sary Mrs
of Edith
: God In Christ Faces Mae
the ser-
Mrs. Susie Williams, reoorter M. Wesley delivered Shackleford. Special thanks
I : Mission mon. J, 11. Ashley, president; to Mrs. Curls who
The Women Home W. M. Ward, vice; Rev.A. mother notified the
Mrs. minutes
Showdown for Moriah Baptist after
I LeadershipMEMPHIS Society of Mt. II. Lockett, pastor. daughter was killed her
1'. ,'..,".,.. Church was very inspiring on 4444444444 special thanks Also
'. :: Sunday morning. The Rev. E. The family of Mr. and Mrs. of Albert Funeral to HoVe House
(Nl'I) A church reforms. Arrayed on Uons director, dates from the Long was our teacher. He is wish thank staff. and
to May God
showdown over administration either side are the LOGIC death of the founder, the late the assistant pastor. We are Neal Shackleford bless each or
in the hour
and
ofthethreemillion-mem- bishops, headed by the Rt. Bishop Charles H. Masonin asking more Missions to come their many friends you pray for me.
ber Church of God In Christis of their sorrow for the cards.
Rev. A.B. McEwen, Memphis 1961. out. Mrs. Ceola Bruton, presi
expected to,erupt duringthe chairman of the executive During his lifetime, Bishop dent Mrs. Beatrice McCoy,
denomination's 58th board; and the Rt. Rev. Mason welded the church together ; are -
hold convocation, currently Q T.. Jones, senior prelate; strongly, through the secretary. first The and meetings third Sun- B.I B EMPLOYMENT
in session at Mason's Tem- Philadelphia.The support he engendered by his held every
ple. The sessions began personality, dedication and day mormn g. 1336 & 38 NW 3rdAve.
Tuesday and will run history of the con- personal magnetism. His 4444444444
through Friday, Nov. 19. flict, as related by Bishop body lies In the lobby vaultof On Sunday at Mt. Moriahthe \ Established 15 years
At Issue Is the alleged con- Louis H. Ford, COGIC executive the temple, which was Rev. E. J. Sheppard will
centration and abuse of power board member and named after him. He founded be in charge of the service as FR 3-2106
plus a drive for majorPatricia International public rela- thedenomlnationln 1897. our pastor has a month on va-
cation. Don't miss hearing JOBS
JOBS JOBS
this sermon on Sunday.

I Welfare Planning Council 4444444444 Sunday night, Nov. 7 the Available NOWIII!!!

Mt. Moriah Women Chorus hada
'
: Legislative Forum Nov. 19 contest between the soprano Service Station r Maids' Pvt. Home

and the alto. The alto won by Truck Drivers Hotel Maids
raising the highest amount of Cooks Pvt.
Porters
Hotel Home
The Welfare Planning Coun- lation on Aging), Representative -
cil o/ Dade County will hold Kenneth Myers (Legisla- money. The sermon was de Cook Rest. Cooks
assistant
livered by the pas-
its annual Legislative Forumon tion on Mental Health), Senator tor. There were three white Dish Washers Day Workers
r. Friday, Nov. 19 at 12 noon Robert Haverfield (Legislation resent Tire Changers Laundry
guests
4i at the DuPont Plaza Hotel. on Recreation and Education), 4444444444
The Forum will (1) Reviewthe SeantorGeorge Hollahan, (Leg- MANY MANY 'MORELET'S
The Mt. Pleasant Baptist
past Legislative Sessionin islation on Children's Commis-
light of the gains made in sion and Sunland Training_
i HIHU social,health and welfare pro Center.) -
grams. (2) Review what effect County Manager Porter W.
the failure of Health and Wel- Homer will discuss the impactof
fare Legilsation will have on the Legislative Session on
Dade County. (3) Examine Dade County. RE-ELECT
what still needs to be done at Members and Delegates of
the next Legislative Session the Welfare Planning Councilthe
(4) Honor the Dade Legislation Dade delegation to the
Louise Burke, 16,
to the Florida Legislature. -
Florida Legislature, the Dade
a senior girl scout and patrol .
leader who aide County Commission and Com-
was an to the
handicapped at Cerebral Palsy Senator Harry P. Cain will munity Leaders have been invited '
Center in the past few sum- be moderator of the program. to .attend the 'forum. The '
mers, has received a merit Panelists will be Representative meeting is open to the public
award from the Dairy Councilof Maxine Baker Legis- Luncheon reservations can I II
South Florida. tion on Children), Representative be made by calling the Welfare ii.. :::
Richard Pettigrew (Le gis- Planning Council at 3798419. I
The daughter of Mrs. Thelma -
Burke Williams, 1391 NW --
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The Dairy Council has a D. Goodman and Son, Inc.

continuing program to honor 'Insurance, Real Estate, Mortgage" '

Dade meritorious young Nominations people;, in Business member All People Democratic Club

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YMCA Musical Soiree The Public Is Cordially Invited By .


LIBERTY ELK LODGE
Sponsors NamedForty

TUATTEND THEIR ANNUAL
.
four (44) Civic Leona, Eldriage, Mrs. Mel- .. 01". ,-"\'!:'
minded ladies de Elliott Mrs. Alma Fin-
have signedup
as sponsors of the Tenth ley, Mrs. Amos Fludd, Mrs. ,(CHARITY :IIEAKFAST DANCEThanksgiving ::.,
\
Annual Musical Soiree un- Mayme Gill, Mrs. Charles
der the auspices of the Car- Hadley, Mrs. Susan F. Har- i :MorningN: 25
tt BY DAVE BONDU ver Branch YMCA. Mr. ris, Mrs. John Haynes.Mrs.Stanley :.
Arlington Sands and Miss Johnson, Mrs. Vel- -.. .
Helen M. Dorsett are cochairman ma Johnson, Mrs.; Elizabeth / FROM '12..o'Clock MIDNIGHT TO 4 A.M. ;.

Tuesday, November 16, is R-D R-Day is the daywe of the activity. Mr. Jones, Mrs. Eugene Kemp, AT LIBERTY CLUB
Linton Berrien as consultant Mrs. Dewey Knight, Mrs.,
-
must and should take time to vote for Range. She
is responsible for I.C. Micklns, Mrs. Ella
secure 6525 N.W. I8TH AVENUE
must win this election-and only you can help her win. ing the talent which will be Moncur, Mrs. Geraldine
I can't understand how other small towns in Florida presented on Sunday, November Moore, Mrs. Caroline Mor- Music by Charles Austin Jr. Orchestra

and Georgia can elect Negroes to their city governments 28 at 4:30 p.m. In ley, Mrs. Henry McDowell, DONATION $1.00
-and here in liberal Dade County-we can't seem the upstairs auditorium of Mrs. Clora Pearsall, Mrs.
to get together. Must we be backwards in everythingwe the Carver Building, 6770 Dorothy Portlock, Mrs. Tab!. Reservation Mutt B. Mod. In Advance

do. What must we do to wake our people up. I'll N.W. 16th Avenue. The Louis H. Portlock, Jr., Mrs. rh. music for this occasion Is provided by a grant
sponsors now have tickets Janie Reeves, Mrs. Lenora from the trust funds of recording Industries obtaln.d '
tell you what we've got to do and that is stop pullin g for the one dollar minimum Sands, Mrs. William F. Sa- by the corporation of-Local 655 American Fe against each other. Remember I once told you about the donation.The voy, Mrs. Elanor Shell, Mrs. Musicians, Frank J. Calc lola, President. I
little ant, that tried to move a whole slice of bread by Lady Sponsors are: Jefford Smith, Mrs. Authe-
himself-and after working 7 days-he didn't move it an Mrs. Ida Adams, Mrs. Portia rine Strapp, Mrs. Mary RESERVATION PHONES:: OX 1-9923 OX I 1-5554 I
inch-so he went for help and 10,000 ants came and together Bannister, Mrs. Leauder Washington, Mrs. Virgil
Bennett, Mrs. Alexander Whitehead and Mrs. Hazel
Harold Sand I lands Thomas Rivers
they took that one slice of bread a mile. Now if Brooks, Mrs. Eloise Bryant, Wright Bewltt Johnson COMMITTEE Irvin Robinson
little ants can work together why not human beings. Mrs. Rosebud Byrd, Mrs.
We must pull together in the same direction and wor k Blanche Calloway, Mrs.
towards that same goal and we too can make progress.So Archibald Carey, Mrs. Sam-
you can see why its so important we all vote for uel H. Cohen, Mrs. Delores
Mrs.Athalie Range. We also must remember that we are Collier, Mrs. James Cupe- SPECIAL! fRI. & SAT. ONLY
land
out-numbered by the white population and we must Mrs. Leonard Diamond
Miss Helen
M. Dor-
show that the Negro vote is a powerful vote.
sett, Mrs. Leon Earles, Mrs.
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4Ga1dGirwmZaLk 'J.'fIW'f
PRETTY GIRL OF THE t

WEEK: Serella Grant(County MRS. KING ENTERTAINEDMrs. {t

Welfare Department) VOTE Martin Luther King, 6000 NFW.ai7th Ave.

Sr. was highly entertained on ..
PRETTY BOY OF THE
the weekend of Oct. 23 when
WEK Sam Moncur I
:
TUESDAYMUSICIAN she was the Woman's Day
speaker at Greater Bethel AME
OF THE
WEEK Noel Cruz Piano -- Church.
: ( )
With Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
******************** If
Jones of 1065 NW 47th Terr
Our hats are off to Channel 10 for its all night movies as host and hostess, there wasa

on Saturday nights. There are thousands of people warm welcome to Mrs. King
who are up all night, and they enjoy TV. I only hope from all the neighbors of 47th 7tf
that Channel 4 and Channel 7 will follow the same policy Terr on arrival and Mrs. ,
but we should have all nite TV every nightin- Jones' home was full of warm
greetings which meets
stead of one night a week. Of course, it costs a lot of every-
one at all times. There was a
money to operate TV all night, and that is the reason delicious dinner served Sat-

that it is not done to a great extent, they simply can- urday evening of gourmet
not afford it. Even with the praise of Channel 10's all foods and deserts which was
night movies, I do wish they would show some picturesthat enjoyed by Mrs. King's guests.
are not "horror" type. This is all they show, and The Rev. and Mrs. I. C. Mic-
there are more than a few people who do not like them. kins, Rev. and Mrs. S. A.
I think that more "shoot-em-ups" and comedies are Cousin, Carey Cousin, Mrs.
Cherry Mills Boyer and Clar-
called for at that hour. Needless to say, it is still nice ence Jones.On fI
to have one TV station that is on all night-even if Monday Mrs. Kings I #!

they are horror movies and only one night a week. guests were Mrs. 'Zena Posner
******************** Miami Beach
of Normandy Isle,
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: The James Club is who owns an art studio, joinedher
closed for a two week period so sez Jack Corbitt, in a late brunch at the 6
the manager. When they re-open, Jack promises to open Jones'. Then Dr. B. L. Atkin- { AClS FOOD
with a big name policy Across the street, Frank son was host to Mrs. King o
Jones took her sightseeing
and Mrs. -
Adamese has cut out from My Cousin's Place and the

place is back in the hands of the owners. I have no with a Hate on Lincoln lunch during Road Mall the + 2 aC4ROURT8 t

idea what their plans are Downtown, at the Fiesta evening. Mrs. King. left the ftb acna
Room of the Mary Elizabeth Hotel, Billy Miranda and city Monday p.m. leaving her '!
his Royal Shieks are planning to do big things The best wishes to everyone' and
Knight Beat will soon re-open (sometime in December). reporting a very wonderfulstay.
They too will present big name acts Steven Hill, the She hopes to return next '
biggest show promoter in the Kingston, Jamaica area summer for a longer visit. OW PRICES
stopped in town to see me. He is taking the Impres-

sions, the Supremes, The Drifters and Nancy Wilson -
plus Joe Tex to Jamaica,starting in December and end- 71
in May. There is a possibility that he may play these REDUCELos. Original Cousins "Big Bass Sound" JJ
acts in Miami before taking them to Kingston. up to 6 pounds

From the Nassau, popular Peanuts Taylor, owner WEEKLY tucnA +2'uRAve1 FRt sr wer urs
of the Drumbeat Club and the Yellow Bird, is in town ,.. er :
seeing talent From Chicago, record producer Ralph 1545 S. W. lit Str..t
Bass, is in town making plans to bring big shows into FR 3-2748
MUMS
Miami and Nassau. Looks like plenty of entertainmentis NOW! Mil SHOW SPOT....

in store for Miami for the coming season To the DR. LONG'S CLINIC

entertainers working in our local clubs, I wish to say ..
"Join AGVA and stop working for $10 a night. Join
the union and get scale pay. Entertainers who work for .
nothing hardly ever amount to something." You are

.selling talent and people pay to see talent, so why
work for nothing while the others get rich? With the

cost of living the way it is, who can live on $10 a r ETHICAL INSURANCE AGENCY I
night? And you are making it hard for the fellow who

wants to get paid a decent salary to get more. Stop tryingto
cut each other's throats and you will find that you
will make a good living too. Join the Union and get 3432 N.W. 7th AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA 33127 .,

paid! A hint to the.wise, is sufficient, I hope. I have

said my say, so it's up to y'all so till next week, SFt22S
EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT.
LIVE LIFE,
Filed Same Day.
PEACE!

PEACE? YES! IF YOU VOTE FOR ATHALIE We Can Help You Save Your License.

RANGE. THIS IS YOUR LAST CHANCE! Financial Responsibility Experts

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Payments To Suit Your Budget '

Lauderdale, Dt. Enid Reese is }
DAUGHTER ELKS TO narrator. Lowest Rates Available.

GIVE STYLE SHOWThe The chairman, Dt. Vera
LOW LOW DOWN PAYMENT
Williams and her co-chairman, -
Dt. Elks of Greater Dt. Alice Lucas and Dt. Enid
Miami Temple will entertain Reese, along with the Daugh- Easy Credit for Everyone kauR
their friends with a style showon DEDICATED
ters, are working untiringly to a
Sunday, Nov. 14, 5-9 p.m. see that this popular' affair ex- Insurance for All .h
r nrrt ACN T TO THEPUBLIC
at the fabulous ContinentalClub ceeds all others. f.rw. vwirr.t'
Ave. Protect Your Driver's License!
6000.NW 7th
Ralph I E. Ridolfi 1
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Chairman of the style showis
the well known fashionableDt. See Mrs. Athalie Range as Phone 633-1438 Office Manager
Pindie Lowe. Guest she makes her bid for a seat
models are lovely Miss lIarmie on the Miami City Commission.Dt. P WHIZ EAC: '
Lee Harris of Delray Beach, Marion Muldrow, Dt. .

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i I THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 12,, 1965 J

FRIENDSHIP GARDEN AND ..'

CIVIC CLUB

The Friendship Garden and
4w AFr
civic Club met at the home of
Mrs. Chellie Estes, 5539 NW
M V 31st Ave. on Nov. 6. An ,impressive
-Ft'
and well prepared devotional -
period was conductedby

1 rq. Mrs. Alice Butler.
q. g'tL
We regret the ommission of
Mrs. Miriam Stirrup's name
from the list of officers in last
week's article. She is the sec-
ond vice president of the club.
Much important business
was transacted in this meeting.
Plans for the annual Interna-
tional Tea is far in the mak-
ing. Read these columns next
week for details. President I

: Marlorie Wake and vice presi-
dent Ethel Primus were selected 1
to represent the club at the
_e Urban League Banquet on Nov.
20
It was a happy{ surprise to Some of the civic leaders who are busy planningthe

: cc see and greet Mrs. Dena T. testimonial banquet for publisher H. E. S. Reeves,
: Pickett after a long absence on Dec. 11 at the Deauville Hotel. Shown at a planning
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because of an extended ill- committee luncheon attended by nearly 100 prominent
Helping Miami-Dade Junior College launch their Christmas in Viet Nam project are ness. We were also glad to see Miamians are (standing) Charles Hadley, Dr. George
U.S. Representative Dante Fascell and M-DJC president Dr. Peter Masiko\Jr. Stu- Mrs.been nursing Gussie a Gamble lame ankle.who has We Simpson, Mrs. William Chapman, Garth Reeves and Re-
dent Government Association officers shown standing are Bobby Reid George De- wish for all of our members a presentative Robert L. Shevin.
Pontis, President Bob Parker and James Riley. speedy and full recovery. Hadley, Simpson and the Mesdames Chapman and
chairmen of the testimonial event which is'
-- The November birthday Range are

I Dade County Council for Youth Meets TuesdayThe ,, greetings Dukes and Mrs.went Ethel to Mrs.Blocker I on a, open Children's to the Hospital.public. The banquet is a benefit for Variety

with a wish for many, many
.
November meeting for having members I --' -- -
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representingthe president of the Council spokeof
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more happy years. < -
the Dade County Council for Friendship Garden Club :
the Federatec Clubs and For Commissioner" -
Youth will meet Tuesday, November present. The president Mrs. their interest in Youth Hall. "Range is concern of : WUATiS'
a paramount
16 at 8 p.m. at the Juvenile Marjorie Wake the
gave Coun- The Council is
inviting a number all members of the club, and
Court Building, 800 NW cil a very interesting report of of local dUbS to attend'die all WILL remembe to vote on :: : HORN? "
LONG
28th St. Miss Mary Lou Nixon the Club's interest in Youth meetings Nov. 16. :.

and members of the Phi Beta Hall they and have how thru the yeas: __ a.- ., ... -. .- --. -.., "" ....
Kappa Sorority will be guestsof responded to the
the council and will share needs of the children.Representatives .
with the council their program I of the Gar-
which has been a great help denia Circle also presented an PUTATIGER
interesting report of the work IN YOUR TANK
and to
inspiration our youth. and interest of their organization -
The October meeting of the in the needs of youth.
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t" Daytona: Beech Commissioner NAACP Launches 1965 Freedom Seals Drive


'

l1L :Speaks for Range RallyNewly ; ., National Freedom New Seals York Association campaign- The for annual of the the )i: Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE -


elected ., .r",.;. His keen interest in the Advancement of Colored last ) "MR. JACK-
Daytona
under
City Commissioner James Huge ; ...'. ''. .; '.... welfare of his community and week.People Directing got the way special I FOB'
II his participation helped to
will be the keynote speak carry him to his unprecendented winter fund-raising effort for t STYLES FOR ALL AGES
er at the Women's Day Rally, ,1.Jf victory. the 13th straight year is Miss Tb.,,V.ry Latest In Me..'. Faalll...
for Mrs. Range at St. John d Bobbie Branche of the NAACP i
.,,1.J MOHAIR SUITS HATS
-
1. SILK -
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Baptist Church Sunday, Nov. fN. ; .. .' The general public and National Office. )
14, 3:00 p.m. ;:f .. '" '....., the alumni of Bethune-Cook- The Freedom Seals, used to :, ITALIAN SHOES
Mr'Huler is the first Negro \" ..i" ) n are invited to attend this decorate Christmas card and | 944.NW 2nd A'Ye. Miami, Florida
Commissioner in Florida after-
to be i .nd meet Mr. Huger thru
of Mrs. gifts, are sold primarily
the lawn
elected from a major city. For Ww 4s on
5727 NW 17th Ave. local NAACP branches and ,
the past few years be has .., Range
been assistant to the president ."' i From 4:30 until 7:00 p.m. youth councils in cities thru- 1
of Bethune-Cookman College, out the country and throughthe Guest Hous
as well as directing other activities This affair is sponsoredby National Office 20 West Dugies
in the area of public the Rangettes, under the 40th St., New York City.
relations_ direction of Mrs. Inez Wilcox. Sale of Freedom Seals in The)' hov*. ttf.tmuiwol'roomsAb.ft.rpiaC.
recent years has become a ma- '" (..p:ut 'fn,mind'*, ,,'
jor source on income for thee .
.
Center 470 NW 11th St. (formerly we. efiolUngVyou to find
POLICE PALLBEARERS of
CHIEF HEADLEYTO police precinct.) TEA SUNDAY NAACP during the months ',' Seeing' Is* believing:1:.
December and January, ac- .
'The receive
SPEAK AT MEETING The CBA is extending a Lodge No. 13, Grand United aceomm.datfonsyou, :
Miss Branche. In
cording to '
( find this brother,
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cordial invitation to all mem- Order of Pallbearers of America -
Freedom
1964 for example
Members of Central Busi bers of the Negro Community Inc., invites the public to Seals accounted for $99,369or OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY
ness Association will have to attend ..this meeting. This attend its second annual Pre-
six of the NAACP's
percent
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Miami's Police Chief Thanksgiving Tea Sunday
Walter meeting will afford all those total income for that year. In <
Headley as their guest speaker that have had problems with November 14, 4:00: p.m. at 1963 sale of Freedom Seals JAMAICA DUGIE
Monday evening Nov. 15 at 8p.m. police, the opportunity to put Pallbearers Headquarters netted 78.966 Always a friend J
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.f After careful screening ol
all the candidates in the City
Commission race on Nov. 16.
the Liberty City Community
for Voting Rights endorses.
the following:
4 Athalie Range-City Com-
missioner Group IV.
Edith Bradley-City Commissioner -
Group V.
rtf Jerry Stern-Mayor 3-A.
l We believe it's time for us
to get a member of our race in
office. Miami is too big not to
have one.We want to see every
one that has a registrationcard
That's right) The new housing bill makes any ex-serviceman and lives in the city and
. -t 4.. (or woman)eligible/ for a $200 down payment on a home.That's votes in the city, to vote for
: why you must come see Liberty Homes Estates, adjacent to these great people.Now is the
'Jberty Gardens/ booming northwest Miami. If you want the time to stand up and be counted -
OPENING thrill of living in your own home at less than you'd pay for rent, .
GALA come see our three model houses today. You'Ulin better in business
Elect manager
Liberty Homes Estates.BEAUTIFUL +..
a y '% Don'tforget
Jerry Stem for mayor.

TODAY! 2,3 & 4 BEDROOM HOMES DELORES HAYES Lever to 3-A-a vote for man Jerry that Stern will

Miss Ton America/ (Florida) bring Miami back to life.

its. 111.70010113.400 Photo by Glamour Nick Ferguson Presidentand
IN PERSON Political Leader

Rev. Jerry Brown Vice Pres.
Th MISS ROCK Elcine Wilcox Sec. ATreas

--J BUTTERBAll as little as$7Q per month CONTESTANTS (PD._.- POL. ADV.)

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WOMAN'S DAY AT TEMPLEThe GRACE PRESBYTERIANWe -:


women of Temple Bap- are in the midst of our

tist Church are all aglow as 17th Church Anniversary Week

they look forward to an inspir- and we congratulate the steer-

ing and successful Woman's ing committee, Mrs. Gwendolyn!I I

Day this Sunday Selected as Clark, chairman for the splen-

_. guest speaker for the morning did program and inspirationthat
we are experiencing this
CHURCH OF CHRIST
service is Mrs. Irene Brown,
BAHA'I ASSEMBLY daughter of the week.The
Rev.
George Y
close of the anniver- (SCIENTIST)
Bums and Mrs. Geraldine
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ull sary week will be the beginning 1600 NW 54th StreetJacob's
Burns and of the
a graduate
rich, world travelers now'living of our annual Steward-.
in Manatee County, will local Booker T. Washington Struggle at Penial
ship Pledge Campaign. This -r
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High
give a public illustrated talk Sunday morning members will and the Conversion of Paul
Mrs. Brown is leader
of the
with color slides of the holy be dedicated during the service will be included in the Bible
Young People's of
Department
places in Israel and Jordan Lesson at Christian Science
visit
New Bethel Baptist Church as they prepare to
on Tuesday, Nov. 16, 8 p.m. every member to secure their Churches this Sunday to illus-
in Room S 233 of the Student and is the author of several individual pledges to carry trate spiritual transformationA
She
poems. is a student at the
Union Building of the Univer- the church budget needs for verse from Paul's messageto
Professional School
for Women -
sity of Miami. The subject of the Romans will underscorethe
and Girls, Washington, D. 1966.On
the the third Sunday of the the me.The lesson sermonis
talk, which is sponsoredby C., an institution founded by
month will ask for contri- "Mortals
the
we on subject,
the Baha'i of Miami anCoral d the late Dr. Nannie H. Bur (
butions of finance and food, and Immortals." All are welcome -
Gables will be "The roughs, president of the wo
Thanksgiving to services Sunday 11
as we prepare our -
Holy Places of the Four Great man's department of the .National J
baskets. a.m., Wednesday 8 p.m and to
Religions Cradled in the Holy Baptist Convention,
Land." Be a soul winner. Bring use our Reading Room Monday
U.S.A.! Inc. She is a fluent someone to church. Rememberyou
The Ullrichs collected the speaker.A are always welcome at and Friday 1-3, Wednes-

material for this lecture on special feature of the Grace day 6745.

two trips to the Holy Land. evening service will be a 20- __ __..Lu._u. ...__ _. _. .
Mr. Ullrich'who. is an architect minute program rendere r by
and engineer, was great- the Woman's Chorus Mrs. Ver- MT. CALVARY BAPTIST Shown in picture are Mrs. Leonard (Rosena) Ashe, ANTIOCH BAPTIST

ly interested in the designs of nell Strachan, leader and or- 2nd Lady of States and Mrs. Charles D. (Vera) Wyche,
NW 64th Street
1612 NW 5th Court 1899
the many churches visited on ganist. This group will also 1st Lady of States 1965. The young spectator in the Rev. P. W. Wiggins
pastor
Rev. S. Atchison ,
pastor
these trips. Mrs. Ullrich is an throughout the day. The
sing
is Little Markell Williams of Mr. and
international will Constance Carter, reporter background son Willie Powell, reporter
speaker, having captains report.
and The Home Mission will Mrs. E. L. Williams. Sunday at 3 o'clock the
spoken in many cities throughout Chairman M. Saunders

the world and extensivelyin Co-chairman A. McDonald and celebrate its anniversary Nov. Sunday, Nov. 7, 1965, wasa man of States, Mrs. Berthenia Pastor's Aid Club Union will
14 at 3 The will be at our church. Everyone is
the United States. the captains are expectingevery p.m. program Banner Day for the Episcopal White and Mr. Charles Jones,

The public is cordially invited member to do his duty be highlighted with various Church women of the Incarna chairmen of program, Mrs. invited.
Home Mission Societies The entire church is asked
of the
to make this trip through "If you can't pull push," is tion. Congratulations are in Lerlene Williams and Committee -*I to attend a Harvest Festival

pictures and narration with the the slogan. The men Have city.The order to all of the ladies of the of Publicity, Mrs Mary

Ullrichs. Admission is free. pledged to back the women all young people of Mt. church for their efforts in making Ferell and refreshment com- given by our Junior Matron

the way. You are cordially invited Calvary will be in charge of the States Tea a great mittee, Mrs. Eva Adderly and Society Sunday at 3 o'clockp.m.

to spend the day at service on Sunday, Nov. 14. success. We are especially finance committee and Mrs Nov. 21.

NEW PROVIDENCE BAPTISTThe Temple. Please plan to attend becausea proud to announce that Mrs. Louise Bradley are to be com- The entire church is to accompany -

No. 1 choir is ----- very rewarding program is in Vera Wyche, the state of Mon- mended for their untiring ef- the pastor to Salters
spon-
store for all who attend. tana, was named 1st Lady of AME Church
soring a musical program on Regret to learn last Sunday forts of making the affair a Chapel Thursday

Tuesday night after p'rayer,service of the traffic accident of Mrs. the States Tea 1965 and Mrs. success. Last but not least, night before the 3rd Sunday.

Nov. 16. The highlights Elnora Bain, president ot our BETHLEHEM BAPTIST Rosena Ashe, state of Cali- special thanks to the men, Prayer meeting and Bible

of this program will be battleof BTU. She is at the Hollywood fornia was named 2nd Lady of who along with Father Earle Class each Tuesday night at 8.

songs between Sis. Louise Memorial Hospital We pray 1475 NW 58th Terrace States, as runnerup. Hackett, who helped to beauti-
Mrs. Sheba Martin. Chair- -----
Mae Scott and No. 2 choir of for her speedy recovery. Rev. Oscar West pastor the church for the occasion.

Providence and Sister Eddie Mrs. M. T. Hopkins, reporter r ... "1. "1':4' ......, IfcGHANEY SPEAKS
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MT. CARMEL BAPTIST All roads lead to Bethlehem III I NEW MACEDONIA
Mae Scoot and No. 2 choir of 1 GREATER Jesus said: I am the truth
for Woman's Day, Sunday Nov.!
Bethel Apostolic Church.
and the and the light. He
The church at large will 245 NW 14th Terrace 14. Sunday School at 9:30..1, 3156 NW 56th Street also said way, these works that I

accompany the pastor to First Rev. D. A. Bradley pastor Morning service at 11 a.m. Rev. Roscoe Johnson, pastor do ye can do also and greater
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Sis. Louise Me Griff Speaker Mrs.Maylell Anderson I ; ;L Willie J. Beard reporter
Baptist Church, Rev. Davis reporter works than these ye can do because -
pastor, on Thursday, Nov. 18 Sunday was another first of New Providence Bap- "j 'foP i Last Sunday afternoon the I go unto the Father.
at 7:30. The No. 1 and 2 choirs Sunday. We have so much to tist Church. Speaker fro the I vows of your humble servant

will render services combined thank the Lord for. The ushers evening will be Elder Doris .. :...- "\ .' and the former Miss Aurora I believe that if we have
f .. .. ,. enough faith in God we can do
with No. 2 choir in charge. and choir members'' turned out Akins of A. Temple. ", ',, Theresa Brown were exchanged -

The senior ushers will also beautifully in their winter uni- The theme for the day is, ........ Z';.rH. "\ : I I before Rev. Jackson and a great things, because all

render services. forms. The pastor deliveredboth "Women Working! Together in small gathering of witnesses. things are possible if we be-

The Mothers Board and Min- sermons. We were also Unity." The committee has ; ." \ ;.:-) ; Miss Phyllis Sanders and Love lieve and have enough faith in

isters Wives Council willcele- blessed to have one of our worked very hard to make thisan :' Simmons were the attendants. God. So until a later date, if

brate their anniversary com- deacons to confess that the outstanding observanceand ri.,;... '"i" : ;,. .tH? \ 1 Next Sunday afternoon al t I t 1 God's will, read your Bible
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bined Nov. 14 at 3 p.m. Rev.A. Lord has called him to! preach invite each and everyoneto < ,), 3 o'clock the second anniver- daily please. And God bless

H. Essix will deliver the His word. He is Deacon Jes- attend. kr'f i ';! J" versary of the Ushers Federa- all of you.

message. sie Goldware. Let us pray for Our pastor delivered two tion Association will be held.

The No. 1 choir will cele- him that the Lord will give inspiring sermons on Sunday.

brate its him strength courage and One more was added to the
anniversary begin- THE BAPTIST MINISTERS'
ning Friday, Nov. 19, 8 p.m. faith.This church under Christian ex- CHRISTIAN BAPTIST

and Sunday afternoon, Nov. 21, month i is women's perience, Sister Deloris Ben- COUNCILThe
3 p.m. This will be a musical month at Mt. Carmel. The 4th net. Let Us visit the sick and NW 47th Terrace

program. You and you are invited Sunday' is Woman's Day. We shutins. You re always wel MRS. IRENE TAYLOR Rev. Otis Williams, pastor Baptist Ministers'

to these occasions. are askimgyou to come and be come to the going church for Mrs. Iva Smith, reporter Council held its weekly meet-

Don't miss them. Continue in with us. Our morning speaker the coming Christ. HARVEST TEA AND The Liberty Choir Union ing Wednesday, 11 a.m. at the

prayer for the sick and shutin. will be Sister Maybell Anderson CROWING OF AUXILIARY will convene tat the above St. Luke Baptist Church. The
of New Providence. location on Sunday, Nov. 14 at devotion was led by the chaplain

MT. SINAI BAPTIST TRINITY CME CHURCH BOARD NO.2Aux.l1iary 3 o'clock p.m. Everyone is the Rev. Otis Mundy, and

INCA 511 NW 4th Street cordially invited. The pastor the invocation was offered by

698 NW 47th Terrace Rev. C. C. Cowsen pastor Board No. 2 of and presidents will appreciate the Rev. Weatherspoon.The .

Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastor Our States Tea was quite a Mrs. Iva Smith, reporter Greater Bethel AME Church jour presence. The choirs Rev. P. W. Williams

The services at Mt. Sinai success on Sunday. The The Stewardess Boards are cordially invites you to at- of the Union are planning a then taught a very interesting
amount raised was $3.631.65.Mrs. .
tend its annual Harvest Tea
Sunday were very inspiring.The Charles Wyche, Minnesota celebrating their anniversarieson great evening of gospel and lesson on the theme "Jona-

women are going all the I' ,raised the highest amount Nov. 28. They are inviting and Crowning of Mrs. Auxiliary spiritual music. Please come than Selfish Loyalty." His

way to make this annual Woman's and became First Lady of the many of the various clubs, Board No. 2. Contestants: out and join with us in giving exposition was enjoyed by all.
Day Drive a success. deacons and stewardess thanks to God for
another
States Mrs. Leonard Ash took Mrs. Laura WilsonMrs.Odessa Rev. Thedford Johnson,
On Wednesday, Nov. 17 St. boards to come out and worship Thanksgiving season.
Harold
Rev. Brown
second place. president ,
Mary's Weslyn Methodist with with them in one of their Wilson, Sunday, Novenber 14, The hristian Baptist Choir
The program included solos 4-6 p.m. Guest speaker will will be hostess. P.R.
the Rev. Stuart will render
a services. I am sure you will
by Miss Peggy Jones Brenda be Mrs. Irene Taylor of Fort ., -
services in behalf of Sis. Lil- witness a great program. We -
lie Beneby, Alfreda Gray; read- Lauderdale. She is the presi- Men in Viet
Jackson. On Thursday, have a great many talents SON HOPE
BAPTIST
Miss Sheila McPhee
ings by
; dent of the South Flori da AME
Nov. 18 Rev., Jenkins of the from some of the greatest
Friendship Baptist Church, music by Althea Sample flut- Conference and an understanding Services
churches of the city. The rrre spiritually Ham Wanted
will be with in behalf of ist and Miss Marsha Mclver Christian Come
us morning speaker will be Sis. woman. high all day l last Sunday. OurpasttX'
Sis Ocilla Curry accompanist; Charles Jones out and hear her!
preached The Student Government
Louise Clark from the Churchof out of his
All services begin at 8 p.m.I and Mrs. Melton White organists God in Christ Rev. Jacob Mrs. Jessie Giles, president soul. Rev. Andrew Tackson: is Association of Miami-Dade

Walter Richardson pian- Mrs. Lee Guion, chair- Junior i
Cohen, pastor. asking the children to come College is writing
ist. Soloists will be Mrs. Ida man and Rev. S. A. Cousin, out (Monday evening at 5:00 to Christmas cards to those Dade

ST, MARY'S MW CHURCH Our sanctuary has been redecorated M. Crowder of Mt. Tabor Bap- pastor. N/20 attend Chmstmas practice The County men now serving in
the of '
to delight tist Church and Mrs. Lillie Viet Nam.
H. V. Stuart, pastor members
Rev. tospraysfors sick
reporterOur priest and congregation. The Mae Johnson of MetropolitanAME. and be- The intention of this project
Dorothy Major stained glass windows and ST. MATTHEW FREEWILL reaved families.We is
Invocation will be by to help restore some of
services throughout the new furniture must be creditedto want our visitors to
Mrs. Elizabeth Mitchaell fromSt. 'the lost morale that has been
day were.spiritually uplifting. the efforts of our hard Mary's Weslvn Church. 2014 NW 5th Court that they are always welcometo brought about by this demonstrations

Choir one, two and male chorus working Episcoapl Churchwomen Many, others will DC present.At Services were spiritually worship with us in all our of ,
of
certain
furnished music morningand Mrs. Louise Bradley, 3 p.m. Rev. C. H. Smith high all day Sunday. Our pas- services and we look for groups
night. president. and congregation of Jordon tor brought' both sermons. We all day Sunday. you college students. U. S. Senator

We will celebrate our 42nd Our senior warden, Chas. Grove Missionary Baptist are always enjoy hearing him. George Smathers has given
anniversary Friday bnighhtldl D. Wyche has presented the in charge. You will miss a The No. 2 choir and No. 1 --- -- his support to this project.

banquet supper to at church a beautiful ciborium.: treat if you fail to witness ushers work all day. Don't for. BAHA'IS OF Ml AM Parents in and Viet friends of servicemen -
Nam are requested
the church hall, 4798 NW 8th Mrs. Clotilda Dent has this great program.A get the second Sunday in November
given a Remington typewriter. thought for the day: The is Homecoming. The Miamians who were elected to send the names and

Ave.Sunday afternoon the Pas- The beautiful altar frontal is business of the Christian fellowship Rev. Soloman and congrega- delegates tional Convention to the Baha'i Na- mailing addresses of these

tor's Aid will celebrate their the'handiwork of Mrs. Marietta is to tell the good tion of Hialeah will deliverthe were Miss Olive Alexander for 1966 soldiers before 'Nov. 12 to:

anniversary. Our junior choir Bui lard. news of Jesus. Homecoming sermon. All George Savitt, and Mrs. Toby Christmas in Viet Nam

will furnish music Sunday Judge James, Mathdws directs Mrs. Bessie Anderson and members and well wishers are Emanuel. The State Convention care Robert Parker

morning and choir number one the Every Member Can- Mrs. Essie Whitaker, presidents invited to worship with us. was held in Sarasota on :student Government Ass'n

will furnish music at night. vas this year. N/20 Dinners free. Sunday Nov. 7. Miami-Dade Miami, FloridaJ Junior Cgllbge



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RANGE.
IN MEMORIAMIn .

MEMORIAM Dwight Steven Bethel, four-

loving memory of my sister, year-old. son of Mr. and Mrs.
In sad but loving memory of
James A. Bethel Sr., was deadon
II CARDS -MEMORIALS DffATNS our mother and sister, arrival at Jackson Memorial

Hospital Nov. 7. Services s at-

urday in the chapel at 10 a.m.

Survivors are his parents and

CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn THANK YOU '. other relatives.

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family of the laid of _' ::' Mrs. Mamie ,Carter Brown,
loving memory Mr. and M s. Isiah Minns,
EDITH MAE BOWLES (:!? mother of Mrs. Dorothy Mae
the devoted of the late : : r a1 1k3ERTHAMREDMON
-- parents .If' ,
who departed this 11 fe October I Mcintosh of 1531 NW 66th St.

j 24, 1965 wish to express their passed in the city of Los An-
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sincere thanks to the rela- \ ; ;"; '
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are
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tives and friends for their R "
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cards, telegrams and flowers ;
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sent to them during their hour 4 > Matilda Bell of 2425

of bereavement. Special thanksto : :';1)
the pastors, members ofchoir J NW 61st St., passed on Nov.

of Ebenezer Methodist Church 6. She is survived by two sons

priest and members' of St. Caroli and Henry Matthews,

Agnes Episcopal Church, Pall two brothers, Haywood and

bearers No. 15 and the staff of A Johnnie Jenkins, a sister, Mrs.

the Richardson Funeral Home. '' C'0Y + Maggie Green of Columbus,
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Mrs. Mary E. Styles i Miss.; a niece Lula Hamlett! ;

And Family three grandchildren. Services
The Bullard and Bowles I who departed this life November -were held Thursday at the

FamiliesIN ... 11, 1958. Zion Hill Baptist Church with
SARA L. WANAMAKER There is a land of pure delight the Rev. James Pickett offici-

,who passed away November 7, Where we all must go some
ating.
1957.A .
day or night

MEMORIAMIn loving thoughtA But as you slipped away out Isaac Jackson Of 6909 NW

loving memory of our son secret tear of sight 18th Ave. passed Thursday at

_u___. omu_ n_'_n'...._---..._Keep your memory very dear Your life left a memory always home. Arrangements are incom

MR. CARL MINNS God gave us strength to fightCourage delight. plete.
it Essie Patterson sister
A SAM JACKSONwho 740 SW 4th Street,Homestead, ,
t to bear the blow Goulds
of 449 NW
departed this life Novem- Fla., wish to express their But Albert Skinner
what it meant to lose you Willie Redmon, husbandIN
8th St. passed Oct. 25. Services
sincere gratitude to their
many
ber 13, 1957. No one will ever know.
held in the chapel Oct.
Gone but not forgotten. friends for flowers, cards, tele- Betty Wheeler, daughter MEMORIAM father
Survivors are a ,
Ernest and Sam Jackson grams and other expressionsshown Flossie 29,
Rogerssister of Charles Skinner, a sister, Mrs.
our
In loving
memory
And Family them in their period of And FamilyIN
mother, Estella Wright. ,

bereavement. We especiallywish .----...-. ..........--. -
to thank the entire staff '-i ; Walter Reaves of 20501 NW
CARD OF THANKS of the Bain Funeral Home for resultof
33rd Place passed as a
services rendered MEMOHKM
splendid ,
automobile accident
The family of the late and the> Rev. H. W. Moss, pas- ,ta an on
In loving of dear Oct. 20. Services were held
tor of the New Mt. Zion Baptist memory my ,...,:... : '
ar { ''I nether sister and grandmother Monday at Mt. Hermon AME
Church for his comforting'words. : \, .:
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Lucille Thelma
Wife i ..1.. ,' v.' widow, a son,
Son CarltonMr. j .. Larry, six sisters, Mesdames

x & Mrs. Isiah Minns i r t'J: :; Fannie Fields, Beatrice Wise,
; Lillie Mae Futch Lula Battles
7 sisters, 2 brothers
and Annie
2 aunts, and other relativesIN tJ' Flossie Jenkins
.._ Cummings, three brothers, Jes
sie Jr., Johnnie and Henry.
CHARLES KEELS ( K r+,

who departed this life Novem- MEMORIAM Baby
Battle, two-day

ber 10, 1962, born April 5, In loving memory of our be- ..... ..' ..... '..... infant of Mr. and Mrs. Elijah

1923.He loved Mother, Grandmother and ... ;" '" "I; Battle of 1320 NW 61st St.
is gone, but not forgotten. .
Sister, .J\) apt. 10, died Nov. 1.
May he rest in peace. '
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rr :.511.. FRANCIS. .
Survived by: Wife, 3 daugh- kN .

ters, nine grandchildren, mother .. ... .._..r.._'. ._....._._-..-.-._-. ." John F. Bratton of 221 NW
and father Mr. and Mrs.
8th St., diec Nov. 2. Arrange-
Nero Keels. ap yc ,a> }: .i: MRS. CHARLOTTE GIBSON ments are incomplete.Mrs. .

+ who departed this life Novem-

.-.--- li'i i ber 11, 1961. Gertrude Jones, 21200

CARD OF THANKS May she rest in peace and SW 120th Ave., Goulds, died

MRS.LELIA MYERS n ".... light perpetual shine upon her. Nov. 3. Services were held on
On Sunday morning, Oct. 3, Mrs. Lucille Pinkney, Monday at the Church of Christ

Florence Summer Dean quietly daughterMrs. Written in Heaven with Elder

closed her eyes and went to wishes to express our sincere MRS. MAUDE STIRRUP Marie Higgs Dames officiating Survivorsare

live with her God. thanks and appreciation to our BROWN daughter a daughter, Mrs. Gertrude

Mrs. Dean was born in Nas many friends for their many who departed this life Novem- P.uth Gibson, daughter Jones; a son, John Thomas; a

Bahamas July 1888. cards telegrams, gifts and Floyd Gibson, son
sau, on 7
ber
12, 1962.Servant son-in-law, A. L. Jones; a
floral Special'thanks 10 grand and three
to the great
At the age of nine she was well donel! Rest
Grand children grand daughter, a daughterinlaw -
brought to Key West, Florida staff of Jackson Memorial from thy loved employ. and other relatives.

where she was reared as a Hospital, Sister Blake, Mar- The battle fought, the victorywon
member of St. Peters Episcopal tha Allen, Mary Clarks and
tiCHARDSON. Mrs. Mary Jones of 1311
Cnurcii. While in her early neighbors. Thanks to Rev.
Enter thy Master's joy. NW 63rd Terrace, died Nov. 4
teens she became the wife of Edward T. Graham, pastor of Mrs. Hattie Mae Holmes of
The of death is at her home. Services
pain Saturdayat
U'T 1\iIII1ft.b.: past.
Zion Church for
the late James C. Summer. To Mt. Baptist
417 NW 7th St., apt. 9, died .11 a.m. in the chapel. Survivors
MRS. MARY DEAN Labour and sorrow cease
this union three children were his consoling words of com- Nov. 8. She is survived by her "
and fort, the choir and Rahmmgs who departed this life Novem- And life's long warfare closedat include an adopted son?
James
born-Vera. ,
Julia husband William; a son, Willie John Nixon and other relatives.
Jr. Funeral Home and staff for ber 12, 1962. last
Lee; mother, Mrs. Ada Cummings
their efficient services. Think O Lord in Thy soul is found in peace.
She was widowed as a mercy of Jacksonville, five Bernard Oliver Smith (bet-
Rev. FrederickjMyers, On the Mrs. Lenora Sands
souls ot those ,
young woman in her twentiesand sisters, one brother, several ter known as "Berna," died
And The Myers FamilyIN Who in faith from aughter
left with the gone us,
responsibility nieces, nephews, in-laws. Arrangements Nov. 6. Services will be held
of rearing three young child Now in death repose James Stirrup, brother are incomplete. Saturday at 3 p.m. at St. Mark

ren. Subsequently, she was Here 'mid stress and conflict Arlington Sands, ---- Primitive Baptist Church with

married to the late Mr. Laban Toils can never cease; son-in-law Harold Kemp, 373 NW 14th ,Rev.. Alfozo Mozell
Dean. One born of MEMORIAM St. died Nov. 9. His relatives officiating.
son was
There the warfare ended Glaaton \
Stirrup brother
this union. include daughter, Miss Agnes Remains will repose in the
Bid her rest in peace. Three grandchildren and one chapel 4 p.m Friday until 6p.rn.
In sad but loving memory of Louise Kemp and a son, Ver-
Mrs. Dean became a citizenof great grand. .
Rest eternal grant her, nell, both of New York. Arrangements Saturday. Beginning: 7
the United States in 1929. a.m. Saturday remains will repose -
After weary fight;. are incomplete. '
During her early life she wasa at 1351 NW 54th St. Survivors -

private school teacher. Priorto r Shed on her the radianceOf IN MEMORIAM are, sister, Mrs. Lenora

losing her health, she was Thy heavenly light Roberts; grandmother, Mrs "

most active in St. Agnes Epis Lead her onward, upward, In loving memory of my SKIN DISEASESA Edith Smith; host of aunts,

copal Church, in civic affairs To the holy peace, dear husband. n w" approach to treat.Rest uncles, cousins and friends.

and in numerous fraternal or- Where Thy Saints made perfect : and Medication based
ganizations. She was the oldest .+ -
q>, Gazed upon her face. on specialized blood and

Most Ancient Matron in The Family .. laboratory tests. Also general -
Dade County.

Surviving are- two daugh- LEGAL NOTICE practice. TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO

ters, five grand children, ten OR. H. HAAG
CHURCH SUNDAY
great grand children and three Notice is hereby given

great, great grand children. a that I, Eddie Hemphill, who e PL 7-7234

The family is deeply appreciative was convicted in Criminal

and sincerely grate- Court of Dade County, Florida -
at the February: term there- hrHERMAN
ful for the many deeds, cards,
of, A. D. 1960 of the offenseof
florals and dona-
telegrams, ,
tions of food given during their Aggrevated Assault will Uinroln{
bereavement. A special note apply for clemency to the .wor tll1arh

State Board of Pardons, Tal-
of thanks to the Range Funeral lahassee, Florida, at its next HAS Preinterment plots of 8 grave spaces or less

Home, Father Lambert regular'meeting. ALSO I Immediate I single grave space interment
Sands Father Elisha Clark,
Signed:. Eddie.Jemphi111
H. HOLIDAY'
Boxes and votlti permitted
Father Hackett, Mesdames Nov. 5, 12, 19, 26'

Garnett W. Lindsey, Clarinell Gates 7 days for convenience
MRS. ALBERTA MUNDY who died November 1 1964. open your
{J McKenzie, Evelyn.Culmer, the who departed this life Novem- lit. Gone but not forgotten. 3001 NW4CTH STREET HE 4-4137
and 62nd
of 63rd St.
Neighbors of 70thSt. ber 4, 1963. Your love will linger alwaysin E. Johnson, Manager Horn phones OX 1.9199
Lane, the Neighbors donatingcars. We shall always remember LONGHORN I our hearts. We love you but We the employees of Lincoln Memorial Park endorse
and all persons God loves best.
yon
the Miami Commission.Vote .
you. Mrs. Atholi pays for City "
E. Smith Rev. W. O. Mundy Emma Lue Holiday, wife for her on Nov. 16th.
Mrs. Vera J And Family

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The Bon Oleo Club per- Northwestern's public assembly -
NORTHWESTERN HI NEWS formed Sundayat the Dade Jun- for American Educa-

ior College for the opening of tion Week was held on Monday
Safari"
"Panther is the
theme of Northwestern's Home- American Education Week. evening in the auditorium.
coming this year. The Bulls On Monday a 'symposium Honored guests for the occa-
"Invest in Learning" was pre- sion Dr. Gilbert Porter,
will travel hopefully\ through were
dur-
the jungles of Dade unior; Col- sented by seven students hour. Parti- Dr. Edward Braynon Mrs. D.

t Stadium to capture the Dillard img pants the were assembly Alfred Gray Mabel A. Julius and Attorney Donald
High Panthers. Ronald Wheeler Jones.
Higgs, Ronald Ingram, _.
Homecoming activities Thomas, Gall Willingham, San-
started on Monday which was dra Brown and Mary Everette.An '
"Mourning Day." All teachersand instrumental duet by flu WATCH FOR

students wore mourning tist Linda Adams and basson1st -
colors to pay respect to Dil- Maxine Brooks furnished LONGHORN!
lard for the death of the Pan- the music for the occasion.

thers.The
t \ Student Council .sponsored -
an organization dancein
7NiaF'
I the school gym on Wednes
.
II/ day. All students who are
members of campus organIza- WOOLWORTH'SPreChristmas
-Mr
Yh tions were invited free upon
,
jt presentation of membershipcards

or the wearing of their
MISS SHAW UNIVERSITY AND Hf H COURT uni forms. / Sale'
The election of Miss Home- Toy
VERA JEAN ALLEN (right), "Miss Shaw University", is shown here with tne coming was held on Tuesday

[es of her court. The Wake Forest, N.C. junior will be officially crowned at the morning during the homeroom ...H""',."",. ,."" ..., .....,.'.:.,.."',..,. ,..-.".:"..,............"'.... "'.' _
ual Coronation and Royal Ball on Friday, November 12, in the University's C.C. period. Results will be an-

aiding Gymnasium. Flanking her Majesty the Queen are Joyce Rolle (left) of nounced on Friday at 1:15 p.m. + r
Imi and Shirley Moss (center) of Bridgeport, Conn Miss Allen is an Englishor The coronation will be followed -I ra

and a member of the Pyramid Club of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority..R.E. by The a pep Homecoming rally. parade

will start at 2:00 p.m. Satur-
.' day. The parade will leave the ,
LEE ELEMENTARY"Sing 100 Exhibits of Jr.College school on 71st St. travelingwest
to 15th Ave. where it will
Out For Books. proceed south to 63rd St., tra-
| signs were seen all\
ese
HouseThe vel east to 12th Ave. thence
er the campus as the Famiof Open
back to the campus. Miami Ed-
Lee observed National Raring car fun .
ison, Miami Jackson, North
ildren's Book Week. Theek 17,000 students and and Orchestra will alternateto Dade and Brownsville bandsare TRI (-TRAKTM SET
( was climaxed with a prom -
on Friday sponsored by 600 faculty members of Miami provide continuous music expected to add attractionto .
Is, Franklin, the librarian. Dade Junior College during Open House hours in our Safari. aA.41
eaking for the occasion wass. will be hosts at the College's the Learning Resources Cen 599Battery
Elizabeth Virrick who annual Open House Sunday ter.A The Homecoming game will
Jbstituted for Mrs. Majory 2:30 to 4:30: p.m., Dr. Peter one-hourshow Including begin at 8 p.m. Saturday at the operated car follows
eman Douglas who was illd Masiko, Jr., M-DJC president gymnastics, folk dancing, Junior College Stadium. I. these unique tracks any way
modern dancing and wrestl- ********** t them.
announced
could not speak at the today. you arrange
e. Mrs. Douglas is a local Over 100 exhibits and de- ing vvill be presented in the Lorenzo Nealy was a
thor who has written sever- monstrations give visi- John F. Kennedy Health ed as Today's Teen select-I
children's books. tors a glimpse of all phases ..Center at 2:45: p.m. .Miami Herald during I
of the College -- ,
campus activity at I. week. :
Friday afternoon the pupilsw which has recorded a' **********
a film "At Home With 1000% rate of growth and be-i CALLMI'II Carolyn Ambrose, captain
cal Authors" where we vis- come known as the Castest'growing of the cheerleaders, was sa- I
ed the homes of authors liv- college in the nation luted by Radio Station WMBMas by}:}r}::
\\l in Miami as they talkedout since Its first Open Housefive Fox Teen of the Week duringthe
writing. years ago. past week. *"
This year's event will also FOR **********
Mrs. Douglas has promised .
provide the first opportunityfor
school and
The yearbook .4:
s. Franklin and the Lee the public to view the new STOCKSBONDSMJTUAL I 7:4#
family that she will visit and $3.5 million Learning Resources ... FUNDSINVBSTMENT I newspaper tation to join accepted the Florida an Scho-Invi- iXiLlinggable

Ik with the pupils when she Center, which con-: lastic Press Association and IS' high
; well. tains the latest innovationsin ,11 students represented the
the audio-visual field as' +r two 'publications at th'e Disc PLUSH POODLE
On Nov. 8 an interesting well as a 100,000-volumn h trict Conference. held at Miami ':s4 ?}
im was shown by the schoolurse brary. Schoolon
Palmetto Senior High [!
Mrs. Ann Saunders: A The College's Concert last Saturday. The group\ 331
S. Breakfast. Band, Stage Band, Chorus, was accompanied by their .
Two-tone delight has felt
sponsor, Mrs D. R. Young.
tongue, pom-pom nose. Rib
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Portable, plastic bon trim. Cotton filled.
I The Bulls dropped their
1 h music box .
tii second game of the season to
1 9-L.I. FRIOAY1DmyEIN Howard Blake of Tampa 8-7.
Larry Wilcox scored the only TOY TV SET
SATURDAY touchdown for the Bulls pick-
TNEATItE ing up a Blake fumble and
taking it across pay dirt.

3 HORROR FEATURES IN COLOR Blake's quarterback Snell ..
f :
left in
seconds
with
scored 30
,
r. MIAMI, FIJI 3313JPhon --s-
the ball game to defeat the
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Ii _' 'erS! 'si w d ton s : Give 'NAP '$202,000( ] LUXURY HOME 88TH ST-12TH AVE

,' ,_:.L : ':' ._:;-\L ''" '. .. : h w ........ -....:.;..:;1 3 bedroom, 2 vanity baths, wall to wall car-
afteithe : ----- -
foun4e riiTl955i
Associations of Negro < shortly
Defense Fund 1 draw drapes, modern built-in kitchen,
Teachers have contributed Legal es- pet,
more than $202,000 to the tablished its service for*tea I SERVICE 9 TO 9 large refrigerator, air cond, well, pump,

Teacher Information and SecurIty chers. fenced yard, on beautiful lake. This is a
The Fund has provided leg I BLACK & WHITE AND'COLOR
Division of the NAACP
FHA.
real beauty! Full price only $21,500
Legal Defense and Education assistance to thousands of 1
Negro teachers facing dismis'sal $1,400 down. Call now to see.
Fund according to a report. r
I j made public today.. ,. as southern school,-districts -':.' -.V.ETTV E. HARRY DENNY REALTOR'
.%.The report said roost'Of the desegregate.This .
funds came through the Na- Department of Teacher 754-0483 +
tional Council of Officers of Information and Security launder 379-7735
the direction of Dr. John'
(State NCOSTA Teachers), an Associations organization W. Davis, former president of ------.. -- .... .. ..... -.--
;West ,Virginia State College 846 N.W. 2ND AVENUEEDISON
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OPEN SATURDAY SUNDAY

I TeHth'District P.T.A. Meeting', 111 NW 67TH STREET .

Custom built, two bedroom, Fla room, garage, oak
.. at Brownsville Saturday floors, fenced. $400 down. FHA.

The Tenth District Par Florine Jones, Mrs. H.O. Specials $50 CASH DOWN
ent-Teacher Associations Of Morris, Mrs. George Pfief-1 '
Dade and 13roward Coun- fer, Mrs. Maude Held, Mr. Home with income. Only $20 week. Near Miami Ave.
ties will have their annual Cato Roach, Mr. Louis J. Call to see.
and Tasse and Mr. Don E. Wil
meeting workshop program
on Saturday Novem- liams. OPEN SUNDAY 2-6 P.M. One and two bedroom opts for rent. $22 a week.
The schedule for the dayis
ber 13, 1965, at Brownsville
335 N.W. 43RD STREET
Junior High School. The :
theme of this year's meetingis 8:30-9.00-Registration: 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, enclosed garage, extra large liv- Trio Realty
9:00 9:45
: : Opening
"Action ProgramParental Program ing area. I If f you like to entertain, this is it" $12,000
persons Education"from the.Miami Resource and 9.4512:30Workshop: : total $300 cash. FHA, No closing costs. 801 N.W. 54 St.

Fort Lauderdale areas will 12:30: -1:30-Lunch:

be the featured workshop as consultants sessions. The Reports 1:30: -&2:30 Summarization: Workshop OPEN SUNDAY 1-5 P.M. PL 9-8372 PL 94)132)

consultants who will partici- 2:30: 3:30-Business: Ses- 8285 NW 15TH AVENUE

pate in the workshop are: sionAll Lovely CBS homes. Almost new. Terrazzo floors, Fla -.
members and! interested -
Mrs. Alfred M. Goeschlus
$250 down, FHA. Only $72 mo everything,
room pays
Mrs. James E. Groves, Jr., persons are invited to attend .
Mr. Gilbert Johnson,Miss this most interesting and
informative meeting.BTW HOUSE HUNTING?
_. --, .. .----.--.. OPEN SUNDAY 2-6 P.M. '. 1",
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128 NVI 49TH STREET

[', ComiHMirity School Says 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, CBS, tile roof, carport. Excellent SEE THESE BEFORE YOU BUYI!
I I location. FHA terms.
", Fine Homes Priced Right!
IN vest Yoir Time CALL EDISON
L'i'- .JI, DRIVE BY THEN : 1475 N.W. 83rd Street

'-'Are you satisfied with your amt that 'in--addition' to our $250 Down$60 Month Pays All
6515 NW 2nd Ave $1,000 down. No qualifying. $85
education? Have you ever fight fdr Civil I Rights and
wished thatyouhadmoreed- equal opportunities for employment Month. 1 mortgage.
ucation so you could better ,*e Intend to be Modern 2 bedroom CBS, Fla room, perfect
help your children advance? prepared With the skills and ALSO condition. Only $9,200 FHA total.
Search your own soul for it 1 knowledg, "Invest your
true answer. If you are so time learning!" 289 N.W. 49th Street Easy terms
moved afterwards, call BTW A long lIs of classes are 2321 N.W. 92nd STREET
N.W. 51st Street Nice Corner
FR 7-2536 after 2:30: P.M. now in sesslojn at BTW. Others 296 -
and ask for Clifford R. Mat- are be nning Call to 347 NW 42nd Street 5 years new DREAM HOUSE
1274 NW 39th Street $6,000 total. All Cash.
thews FR
the Community day. 72336.SEWING '
School Director, who will ar- 1840 NW 41st Street 2 nice CBS homes $400 down. $74.90 month. 3 bedroom, CBS,

range for any course that carport, tile roof, fenced yard, lovely lot.
you are interested The opportunities ; MACHINE 7030 NW 5th PI. & 8000 NW 12th Ct. only $13,000 FHA
are many for self- v
Improvement. The cost, In REPAIR SPECIAL Duplexes 2 bedrooms each side. FHA terms. '
many cases, absolutely free! Cleaned ttd oiled :SrlTZER! REALT'.ReartorX ;
Read this: We have demonstrated Adjust all tensions -.. WE ARE OPEN All DAY SAT. AND SUN. ,' >' ,,flS':;"bo.e,;Ni+'arywRraW+w m,....N{ w.'w. apyl .
for Civil Rights 1 Check rnckor\and\ Control
and we are now getting them. Check 411 BEING DISPLACED? $100 DOWN 8201
wiring Biscayne Blvd. Ph: 759.8741
Now let us demonstrate for Chan/ e neUdleWorkAooe : ARE YOU A VETERAN? $100 DOWN
more education! A better education
Ch ge t .
means a bigger pay ---
check, a bigger check i ifl your home. ,' : :
means a better well-round pay Total;Aot '. . .$3, ,EDISON REALTY, Realtors, .- -. '+ ', "J!',
ed life. If then, .An work :
you agree guaranteed '
join the line of march to Domestic Sewlnc Center 175' N.W'.. 62nd. Sf'f 'ZSl*2441

School Booker and T. Washington prove to all High Mi CALL 634-6242 ,. TERRIFIC FORD SPECIALS!!'! <

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EXPERT)( SHOE REPAIRINGAt 5120 NW 21ST AVENUE

Reasonable Prices 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, huge living room, large master
Prophet Walter Braham Quality is our trade mark bedroom, $450 down. $77 monthly.
SHOES SHINED AND DYED
Shoe Craft experts to recover' 2142 NW 85TH STREET
With God all things are possible J your shoes with the fabric of
of your dress. Dyeing of Comfortable 2 bedroom CBS, $250 down, $58 monthly
This man of God performs miracles and is .-. leather and fabric shoes

here to do |just that. BHng your sick and they ,. 't 'f HEELS HALF SOLES 2268 NW 88TH TERRACE

shall be healed. t WHOLE SOLES Clean 3 bedroom, 1 bath, large Fla room, many extras,
At.5 SHOE REPAIR $300 down. $84 month pays everything.
Problems tie you down? In trouble, unhappy, ;: ... &
NW 7th Avenue
have financial troubles? See him. "V 6020 2355 NW B6TH TERRACEA
(Opposite
Lincoln Nafl Bank
AL WILLIAMS OWNER ) tremendous deal, $500 down. No qualifying.


2627 N. W. 48th St. ---,.- -.-._, .._. .-. .. 1231 NW B8TH STREET FOR THE EXECUTIVE!!

Attractive home on lake. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Fla
18 YEARS OF RESPONSIBLEBUILDING
Phone 634.6944 SERVICE TO room, Many extras. No qualifying
THE COMMUNITY
9231 NW 16TH AVENUEA
When BUYING or BUILDING
Beauty. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, extra large gorgeousFla
CALL !
STANLEY
room. Many extras. $500 down. $88 monthly.

Rev. Lena RossFROM PL I 13604
o .Beautiful Homes LOOKING FOR SOMETHING BRAND NEW?

SAVANNAH GA. Built on Your Lot SEE THESE BEAUTIES:
rr or Ours
Spiritual Advisor and helper) in all walks of L1 Attractive AltersfionsandAdditions 1 1911 NW 76th Street 3 bedrooms, 2 baths.

life is here to stay until farther notice. 7600 NW 19th Avenue- bedrooms, 2 baths.

Bless Meetings and private interviews each day. Spe- .Let: U Demolish 2451 NW 41st Street 3 bedrooms, 1 bath

cial Bless Meeting each Friday and Sunday. 10 a.m. uhf Your and Worn Build OutHouse a 2465 NW 41st Street 3 bedrooms, 1 bath. S

to 10 p.m. Lovely New Home
BUYSIII!!!
EXCEPTIONAL
Coll! Us for Facts About

Bible Reading: Rev. 5:4: 6:7. "I wept because no Building
man was found worthy to open and read the Book. Good Bonk, Financing WE ARE OPEN EVERY DAY INCLUDING

The fourth beast said come and see" SATURDAY & SUN. 9-7 P.M.
STANLEY BUILDERS,
SEE REV. ROSS AT: Inc.Llct..d .

7172 N.W. 19th Avenue Phone: 696-Z37 Insured FORD REALTYINC. Broker

Watch the Miami Tines each .week for the change of
888 N. E. 79th Str..t 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635.4595
address. Miami',' Florida
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: .. : FOR RENT WE PLACECOSMETICS I I................ ....I..I.i ii


' /CLASSIFIEDFOR:. :: .. :. \ [. .). $10 1152 week.NW$15 77th week pays St.all unfurn.rear-1 small house.bedroom eff.- Homes Hot.li Stores I I SERVICE DRUGS E,


1 $25 week. Reliable Rental. I PRESCRIPTIONS DRUGS =
NORTH MIAMI
SALENo FOR SALENo 6332891. N OUR PRICES ARE .
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY I. A'.WAYS COMPETITIVE
Qualifying qualifying 4 bedroom, 2 One bedroom furn. cottage. A r
bedroom, spacious living bath, CBS, on NW 45th St. $17 week. Immediate occu- 111 I 1 NEI25TN STREET Serving 'All of Greater Miami =

oom, Fla room, hardwood Fla room, carport, jalousie pancy. Key .at front apt. Telephone 151-4551 i I:
windows iI
2 kitchens M
with
2 : 566V4 NW
floors, CBS, garage, in beautiful 448-2824. I Al
stoves and 2 refri6era=ors. 22nd St. Sidney Cox, FREE DELIVERY .
area. Only 1,300 down. Can be used for 2 families.Abigbargainatl,0001vl,000. !. .
love right in, and $95 month LOVELY HOMES I. Prop.

M2 ays NW all.60th A. Ben-Kori'St. Call, Realtor anytime, Move down and right$87 in month! Life pays Realty all., occupancy.CBS xtrlarge, unfurn.3 house$27 bedroom week., immediate, 2 bath Ph., Built On Your Lot or Oars I II FR 3-2932 FR 1-9329 B

512243. Broker 4932 NW 7th
Ave.
To PUait You !
448-2824. 7654 NW 17th PI.
No" Qualifying PL 94371.Sale 1240 NW 3 Ave
One bedroom comer CBS, furn. LOTS FOR SALE ; !
700 down, very large spaciousjwme by owner. 3 bedrooms. house, immediate occupancy. b Certainty' U..
.u...
with huge Fla room, thiss Large fenced lot. Fla room, $27 week. 7648 NW 17th PL. 55.135-HW. 48th T.rr.
| a large home for large fa- sprinkler system. Many extras Key at rear house or call
nily. CBS, near Edison High 15th.Ave$1,000 down. 8050 NW 448-2824. 50x105-N.W.55tbSt.

chool. A. Ben-Kori Realtor, Nov. 19 100x100-51 Ttrr. 17 Ave
12 NW 60th St. Cally anytime,' Fum. Apt Reasonable, with I TV & RADI REPAIRS, SALES & EXCHANGES
51-2243. 120x122 lot.In Brown sub area. yard. For information call 50x100-41, St.
Zoned for duplex. $4750. For OX 1-2426. MOVED TO LARGER QUARTERSNOW
No Qualifying information call NE 4-4197 or 50x1401,250Cash IJ
OX Room. Professional LOCATED AT
1-9199. man or
loth Ave & 35th St. This is A woman. Call Saturday after 6 Paid For Lots, 149 N.W. 62ND STREET

|Xeauty oom, perfect, 3 bedroom condition.CBS Total Fla 120x90 lot in Brown sub area. NE p.m.5-1247.all day Sunday. Tele: Homes, Acreage W. are an authorized RCA soles agency. All our soles

>12.500 only $1,200 down. Small Zoned frame for house duplex.on lot.$3,750.For NEED MONEY? : and repair work guaranteed. Free delivery and pick up. 1

Aove right in. A. Ben-Kori, information, call NE 4-4197 or 3 bedroom frame house in rear. CALL BARON JE 8-1340 Also free Indoor antenos with all TV repairs from now
ealtor, 612 NW 60th St. Call OX 1-9199. 4225 NW 24th Ave. Call NE
nytime. 7512243., --- 3-3198. up to Christmas.

2 bedroom, 1 bath CBS house. Ace Refrigeration AUTHORIZED FACTORY TV REPAIR CO. 3
$300 Down 80x 122 ft. lot. fencedinyd.Storm Nice room for man or woman.

?BS, special 2 bedroom, din- shutters, Vi block from Privileges. 16020 NW 17th RepairsIN JOE SCOTT TV PL 1-8381
ng room, fenced yard, arbeue buses, 3 blocks from school, PI. NA 1-0428. YOUR HOME _.
carport, this is a little 10 years old. $11,500 for Information Over 39 years' experience.Call A .A
ewel. It is really lovelv. T. call NE 4-4197 or Couples: Run, drive or take PL 84121.Nov.. 12
lal price FHA terms. $9.995 OX 1-9199. bus 5 or 14 to 233 NW 63rdSt.
ind you pay only $6;) month. _
See lovely bedroom & eff. -
his includes everything. City 2"t;bedroom, 2 bath,older home,
air cond. $17 to $19
ater. You can't beat it. A. large lot. 80x122 ft. lot. fenced wkly. '
CORNER CBS .
Jen-Kori, Realtor, 612 NW yard, 2 story, $11,500.For New, furn. 7511873. I dr. ItSI toys i HI :.Tows
Oth St. Call anytime. 751- information call NE 44197.or Large house, 2225 NW 9th 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths ,
243. OX 1-9199. St. $25 week. Fr 19953. ,
OPEN SUNDAY 2-6 P.M. COME SEE
12 to 3 Sunday
$350 Down Open
2 bedroom house, living room,
CBS, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, zonedfor
HA terms, 3 bedroom, CBS doctor, dentist, beauty dining room, Fla room, kitchen 5120 NW 21ST AVENUE
ew paint inside and out, this parlor, 4769 NW 17th Ave. with Frigidaire and stove, Modern CBS beauty. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, completelyfurn.

s 0,500 really only nice.$350 Total down price and 885-3805.shown by appointment. Phone plus carport. 6500 NW 8th Ave. $450 down $76 month Utility room, carport. $15,200 FHA. $500 down.

f78 month pays all. Wonderful 2 bedroom house, unfurn. Drive by. Phone owner:
or large family, very close to 115 NW 47th St. Come see to $16.50 wk. Also 2 bedroom ) ., Completely furn. CBS, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room,

chools and shopping.A. BenCori. appreciate. Attractively fume unfurn. apt. $15 wk. Water, UN 6-0655 dining room, garage, $14,000 FHA. $450 down.
Realtor, 612 NW 60th CBS, large screened porch, 2 electric, furn. 4160-68 NW
t. Cally anytime 751-2243. bedrooms, fenced yard, fruit 22nd Ct. Call week days 371-
trees, walking distance of 3592, nights and week ends, Large CBS 3 bedroom, dining room, utility, room.
580 NW 51st Strive 'schools, stores and buses. 221-7735. Morris Young.NW Many extras. $11,000FHA.$350 down.No costs.
by, then call about this -Owner.

Beauty, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, -Lovely-3 -bedroom. 2 bath I 54th St. Large nice 1 bed Lovely 2 bedroom, lH both. Guest house. Utility room,
$22.50 incl. free LOCATION
ilus shower and 3rd bath in CBS, Fla room, built-in kit- room apt. CHOICE
electric and water. Call Liberty $12,000 FHA. $400 down.
Itility room, large walk-in garage.
chen, carport, tile roof, near Beautiful Home
Rental Agency,
losets 2020
largest living roomd
Biscayne College, Miami
Fla room, the bedroomse Dade Jr. College, school NW 62nd St. 633-7809. 258 NW 39th St CBS, beauty, on 3 lots.2 bedrooms, big Fla room, din
extra large, this is a cus- shopping low down. 864-1306 --- FHA. $400
ing room, big garage, appliances, $13,200 ..
m-built home if NW 7th Ave. Nice bed-
you are --- 1 or 2 4 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car
oking for the best. Price is 3 bedroom!! IVi bath, like new room apt. $18. Call Liberty garage, wall I and pump, wall No costs.
19,000 terms. .Ben-Kori-,.CBS carport,oak floors,(like) Rental Agency. 2020-NW' 62 ho wall carpeting, sundeck
ealtor, 612 NW 60th St. Call new, large separate dining St. 633-7809. and city sewers Ideal for Corner CBS, beauty. 2 bedroom, Fla room, garage, ex

ytime. 7512243.No room and kitchen. Plenty of ---- large family or for those tras. $400 down. $12,000 FHA. No closing costs.
closets. A really lovely homeon 2 bedroom upper apt. $16. who like to entertain. SeeIt

Qualifying buy with $250 large lot. See 7025 NW Call Liberty Rental Agency. today or call Good Rental Area 2 bedroom, duplex, CBS beauty.
yone can 28th Ave. Call owner at 758- 2020 NW 62nd St. 633-7809. PL 7-6573 OwnerDec. FHA. down.
own payment and move in. appliances. Sprinkler system.$15,200 $500
I Lovely 2 bedroom with Fla 8749. ---- 4
Nice 2 bedroom duplex. $22. ,
'.[room and To fence'see call 417 OX week 1-0262.paymente Beautiful 2 bedroom, fenced Call Liberty Rental Agency. I Modern CBS Duplex. 2 bedroom and 1 bedroom. Dining

" [Biscayne Realty Inc. :yard formica air kitchen cond.,, screened oak floors pa- 2020 NW- 62nd St. 633-7809. I room, appliances each side. $15,000 FHA. $450 down.

3 Bedrooms, CBSomen tio. $14,000. 1441 N.W. 91stSt. 3 bedroom house, 2 enclosed Income Property. Completely furn. 7 units in good rental -
17th Ave and 80th St. porches, fenced yard. 1256 DO YOU WANT TO BUYA
IflOO down to qualified buyer NW 58th St. Adults. NE 5- ONE FAMILY HOUSE? area. Terms to be arranged to suit.
[with 221 certificate or whoas 'Lovely 4 bedroom 2 bath CBS 2195. .
been in the Army for 90 on large fenced lot. Fla room, Pride A NUMBER. TO WE HAVE MANY MORE
home. HAVE
ys or (longer. We have several tile roof, awnings, jalousie 63589.59.Room BEING DISPLACED? LET US HELP YOU BUY ANY
'windows, appliances. Priceis SELL TO PRIVATE
uicis on same urlllH.811 FHA HOUSE $100 DOWN VETS ONLY $100 DOWN
ttacayne Realty, Inc. OX $12,800 with $400 down and in private Christian PARTIES -
-0262. ,635 NW 22nd Ave. $79.52 month. Life Realty, home. A quiet sober man.
Broker, 4932 N.W. 7th Ave. N. W. 47th St. area. Call: Some Income properties
No Qualifying PL 9-4371. Open Sundays and 634-9654 Must have least $500 cash. SHELL REALTY'*

bedroom CBS, comer, owner eves. 1474 N. W. 5th Ave. Six CALL 864-2281

sking $1,000 down and $85nonth. rooms furnished CBS, $25.00 Leave name, address, telephone '
See 8801 N.W. 18th Large 3 bedroom CBS carport, per week. For inspection call number and owner '4260 NW 7th Av 758-5551!
Then call OX 1-0262. .
[.Aye.Biscayne Realty, Inc. 9635 fenced yard, tile roof, appliances JE 1.3184 or FR 1.1905. will contact you. .. .' ,'" "

NW 22nd Ave. Only $11,000. $350 Downtown, 1476 N.W. 5th LL.j
--- down and $63 month
FHA. Ave. Furnished room. $10 wk.
3 Bedroom CBS Life Realty, Broker, 4932 NW Free utilities and use of kit-
[$350 down for this lovely,
7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Open chen. JE 1-3184 or Fr 1-1905. .
J .
[clean home. $66 month, a real ,I" :
eves and Sun. :
(genuine buy to see call OX ', )
1-0262. Biscayne Realty. Inc. BSrBOMBS .' .,; .
: ;
|9635 N.W. 22nd Ave. No qualifying. Lovely CBS. HELP WANTED r Y M .,4f' ,,' ... .
large fenced yard, appliance, 1883 N.W., 03rd TERRACE / { '(" (
----- /
No Qualifying air conditioner, awnings. $750 General office work. Light : > ,iiJl\J,:. :

12 comers almost 1/3 acre down and move right in. Keyat typing. Tele: 6353703. Nice 3 bedroom,fenced, : < FHA total 11OOONO' ,closing (Costs,1.0':' 1'

with Life Realty Broker. 4932 $350 down '>$75'monthly A -See,'nowI! > *** ,
sturdy frame home and SALES. I need three ROod pay; t' { > #%, ,
all that land. See 8105 N.W. N.W.7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Open "
sales people. Earning poten.we '"
'
:
21st Ave. OX 10262. Bis- evenings and Sundays. 11 over $100per week. Apply ,,\:: ), ,' ; ;:;':: ;1'

[ cayne Realty, Inc. Beautiful home on 2 lots, corner 708 NW 62nd St. ,43;; ;:, 1941 N.W 88th, TERRACE; '(_, % ,,v, ,.47',"A ,. 't'.t'.:

Vacant Lot 77x142 fully fenced, garage Experienced barber in Key Corner :CBS, !2 bedroom,' hug Fro /com,, double carpiocf,'.FHA/: ; ':.t",f

Name your own terms, lot located front porch, tile roof, lovely West. See Alonzo Kelly, 1475 only$12,300'ony' $ $400 down., $70.74 monthly. BeJfrstJ"! :3 : ',
on west side 25th Ave kitchen, large bedrooms, awn NW 67th St. 691-0685, Miami. > ," "
and 96th St. OX 10262. Bis- windows .. '
ings, jalousie ap -- -- '
cayne Realty, Inc. 9635 NW22 pliances, drapes, carpeting.An Experienced Christian middle / 1801 ,N.y. 90th STREETCorner : t '. .: Ave. outstanding home. Price i age couple with 12 year old
$12,700 with $400 dowr and dauahter. would like motel! or ,t CBS, 2 bedroom, fenced yard, $12,800 .total. No Closing
No Qualifying Manor Park apt. manager's job. Husband Costs, no qualifying total monthly $87. Don't' this one
,
.
in. One $73 month. Key at Life Realty works Avaiiaoie Dec. 1. 1965. mIss ,
$750 down right
move 4932 N.W. 7th Ave. NW
month for nice Broker. Write A. L. Dorazio, 6511
$75
mortgage.corner. Call OX 10262. Bis- PL 9-4371. Open Sundays, 16th St. Hollywood, Fla. BRAND NEW .

cayne-Realty, Inc. evenings.. .--- Expert Dressmaking Repairand 'Builders l model, 3 bedroom, 2 full baths, only one f left, best, area,

No Qualifying CBS Large 3 bedroom home on 2 alterations. Also factory wall; to wall carpet: drapes,. built-in kitchen, total $15,750. Only

If you cand find a better buy lots, fenced large enclosed tiled front kit- piece work. 759-8416. $1,000 down, $120.66 monthly pays everything. This is a rea I
than this we'll buy you a porch, carport "
bargin. Call We have
now. key.OTHERS .
steak dinner. See 2357 NW chen, central heat, appliances.Price ;
86th St. It has everything. is $12,350, $350 down, FOR SALE '
Owner asking $1200 down, but $71 month and no closing FROM", $100 DOWN
make an offer. OX 1-0262. costs. Life Realty Broker 7th Ave. 4901 Cor. 100x130') "
Biscayne Realty, Inc. alley. 2 stores, 1 rented, 3
4932 N.W. 7th Ave.PL 9-4371. '
--- .- Open Sundays and eves. upper apts. rented. Nice tenants :' AETNA, REALTY 757-5724
Beautiful corner CBS, 2 bed- Phone 377-3870. '
room and 2 bath tile roof, carport ------ .

ings, air jalousie conditioner windows, washing awn-, HELP WANTED '' --' Bargain! Luxury !;; .r;811 N.W., 54 ST. 'j.. (BROKER)
Repossession
machine, etc. A bargain at CAB DRIVERS. Apply at t ;
$11,000' with $350 down and N.W type home at 1830 NW 52nd 'f..i :;". ., ., Open Saturday & Sunday
Offic 269 "
Cab
4 .
$68 monlh. FHA. Life Realty, Society $3500 cash. $78 50 mo. I T '*! .:* t *.. *;< -\hjIjWTHE
nrokerT4932 NW 7th Ave. 21st Street Indf. ball JR 1-6902.
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18 THE MIAMI TIMES, .Friday; November 12, 1965


I < *'pur Ckajmiirk St. 1i J .I Calendar 'Tea


Womin's ST.. AGNES EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Day Sqeaker

., PRESENTS ITS ANNUAL CALENDAR TEA
In 1945, during the tend the public schoolsIn'
pas-
torate of the ilev. Mr. J. Miami, and finished her high t SUNDAY, NOV. 21, 4 P.M.

B. Epperson, at St Paul A. schooling at the Palmer Memorial -. 4. IN THE PARISH HALL
M. E. Church in Miami, he Institute in Scdalia,
\I and the membership set a North Carolina. In 1955she ; 3rd COURT
1732 NW
means by which the church acquired her Bachelor of : .
1 body could meet its annual Science Degree in Business
I financial obligation at Con- Administration at the lie-
ference time: Plan and con- thune-Cookman College' In

duct a fund-raislngprogram Daytona Beach, Florida. In- y. ,f / + IFR44IU 24 HOURS
both privuteinstitutions
and simultaneously commemorate -
,,
the of the exist- she was deeply impressedby
women
ing church. On Sunday November two great Negro women: _.r_ __, ,._ 'n __u A_ JOEY CLEMENTSGRAY

14, 1965,the twenty- Mrs. Charlotte Hawkins MRS. BLOSSIE HALE MRS. MARGIE PERKINS
first such annual observancewill Brown and Mrs. Mary Me-
be held in a newly cons- Cleod Bethune. The speaker SECURITY SERVICE
tructed church located on is an avid student of Negro New Hope Baptist ObservesWoman's 301 ROPER BUILDING
northwest 19th avenue and History, and there is little
doubt that she will in
speak
51st te rrace.
this area. DayThe (INVESTIGATION DIVISION)
The present church was
designed and built by Rev.Y. The Pastor, Rev. Thomas -
.C.Kelly. Kelley. Kelley, ,Jr., and the general women of New Hope serve. CIVIL CRIMINAL INSURANCE SECURITY
will
Woman's'Day The evening speaker
As has been the custom, chairman of Women'sDay will observe their
the general chairman of women's at St. Paul join in extending Sunday beginning with be Mrs. Blossie Hale of West
Day has not selecteda an Invitation to the Sunday School at 9:30: a.m. Hollywood. Jordan Grove No.
entire community to attend will 2 and the ushers from St. Mat
theme, with the belief that Mrs. Margie Perkins
"community building" is, in two impressive services at St be the morning speaker. The thews Freewill Baptist Church Due to Tremendous Response
Itself, a theme for every day Paul on this coming Sunday.The No. One Choir of Jordan Grove will be in charge. Each and
living. The fact there is no morning service, which Baptist Church and the Ushers everyone is invited to attend.
set theme, we realize that the will follow very closely the from Greater New Mace The theme for the day will be.
morning speaker, Mrs. Wil- order of service of the Afri- donia Baptist Church will "Christian Women at Work." Repeat of a Sellout

liam A.(Dana Dorsey)Chap- can Methodist Episcopal ___
man, will have an un-limited Church, will have a guest
area from which to seek a speaker, (Mrs. Chapman),
topic, Mrs. Chapman is a instead the usual sermon delivered -
native Miamian mother of by the pastor. ; r4 j
two charming and intelligentlittle The 6:30: PM service will _
girls, and Executive Secretary be devoted to various moodsof
.
of the Roosevelt Savings music. Those persons in Woman's Day-at Mt.-Tabor 'b 'f el( of'"'the" -BTU-and its
and Loan Association, the community who find evening
was a success spiritually as Seasonal Rally which is inprogress
has been invited to speak at service difficult to attend, well financially. now.
as
the 11 A.M. Service. are especially urged to attend
is all
Athalie The asking
Mrs. Range spoke pastor
She is the daughter of this particular program, as
choir members ushers wellas
addresswas ,
from many phases. Her as
the late D.A Dorsey, one of it is expected to be quite entire
most timely and receivedby the membership to
Miami's pioneers, whocame excl'Ptionallnits scope. Each
who attended. Are him to Mt. Olivet
here from Palatka, Floridain member of the church will many accompany
welcome your visit on this you prepared for the New Baptist Church the third Sun-
the year 1890. She at. occasion. World? was a question given day,.Nov. 21 at 3 p.m.
'
and very touchy. As women Christmas practice will begin -

WOMAN'S' DAY AT MT. structor in the Dade County men.girls and boys, are you Monday, Nov. IS at 5 p.m.
I school system. There will be ready for a Changing Society? I am asking all parents to send .
HEIWOfI AYE CHURCH guest artists from all over the Mrs. B. Way from Usher their child or children to the
Board No. 2 was crowned church to take a part in the
South Florida District.
queen. She reported $1,423.5.To Christmas program being plan.
In the afternoon at three our many visitors and ned.

o'clock the Rev. M. Faysonand friends, may God add a bless- Pray for our sick and shut- 4'. _
tS !
the congregation of Mt. ing to you for your support ins and remember Mrs. Pearl _
t-T Zion AME Church will pay us during our celebration.An Rogers and family during their };int # 't,

; I a visit. This will also be a after service program hour of bereavement. tti1"'si J i 'r: itt +
Hallelujah time. will be conducted Sunday in Dessie Crockett, reporter;

,All and all, we are extending _______ -- _' -----rYOU'LL -_ --L ,
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to all a cordial invitationto +, b t' l' If .,rr'i4
LOVE
LONGHORN!
worship with us on Sunday,

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BUYING pI A NEW CAR? ? 1 1'; get with Instep

'
I 'y. ': i
MRS. DAISY KEY, ChairmanMRS. this new

': A S II rs. + 1 denim flack


i + ,r \ ha .et. .

,4 sr I '
; look dashing and dramatic
k ?l r r li rj \ U in this new"back-interest'
It 't : ;jt.c4' fk Arnel denim slack set
ji daringly designed! Mr.

+6ti r+k + ; a't' a i.+ t'{' ;!;;,' 'the Florida scene.Stove
SAVE 'tF i' r ir pipe,hi-riJer pants with
fitted cnoley iacL.itcutaway ,
.\. back with cascades
) 4r .'i.i::k' 4, i ; 11 i of eyelet embroidered ruf
.i i r1. II +I fles. In pink,blue and willow
RUBY WILLIAMS Finance Your 66 Car with Our p; ,f green.3 to IS.I .

CochairmanOn .I 7

Sunday Nov. 14 all AUTO LOAN! .q' 19.99 set,
,
roads will lead to the Mt. t t
Hermon"AME Church at 2245 ,
Bunche Park West Drive Opa iy ;fsr 1

locks for the observance of ', tj
its Eighth Annual Woman's 1. Shop around fur the car you want. Bring us the

Day. The women of the church make, model and price '
have always had an attrac- ';r

tive day but this year under 2. We will okay your loan quickly and with no red
the of
,chairmanship Mrs.
Daisy Key and the co-chair- tape. Our loan policy is very liberal we wantto

manship of Mrs. Ruby Williams make loans. tt 1 +tF
there has been a vow to make

this day the most outstandingThe 5w 3. Interest can be as low as 4'/j% on a new car, and

church and its pastor, payments for as long as 36 months the lowest
Rev. S. L. Gay are most jubilant
over the interest shown J. ) payments possible. We also make loans on used 'r

by all of the members of Mt. cars up to 5 years old.

Heron They have prepareda

most beautiful program for

both morning and evening.The LINCOLN NATIONAL BANKOF
morning message has *: .
all the potentials of being the MIAMI
Styled 6r
the greatest. It is to be done First fully integrated bank in iht entire Southeast-

by that most magnificent person right here in the Edison Financial Center 'l/lJz
Mrs. Macola Monroe. Mrs. ,
6013 N.W. 7th Avenue Phon 759-4431
Monroe is a fine church worker .

and a member of Mt. Her- NOW PROVIDING NEW EXTENDED BANKING HOURS
of Fort Lauderdale. The LORY'SEDISON
mon Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9:30 am to 2 pm; Fridays 9<30 am to 2'pm
is to be
evening message and 5 pm to 8 pm. Drive-In Window open Monday thru Friday 2 to 5 pm; Saturdays 9 to
brought by the charming Mrs.
Inez Anderson who is a mem- noo.ru CENTER 6112 NW 7th AVE.

ber of our own Mt. Hermon. Member! Federal Reserve System and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Open evenings for your convenience
Mrs. Anderson is also an in


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 12, 1965 19Spearing


with......... IRattlers, Bounce Bock, Beat MT 28-14 I

I'' JRKKN'SMORO: :N.C. ond period as Aggie punt- The half ended 14-8, point conversion pass to end
A fin>d-up defensive effort ing specialist Andrew Pollard FAMU. Herman Jackson.
by the Rattlers of Florida attempted to kick\'hiledeep A&M got on the boards "As a whole the boys
t\&\1 University, was the in his own territory. quickly as sophomore half- looked much better," said
main factor in their deleat- The kick was blocked by back Sam Anderson scored FAMU Head Coach Jake
ing the Aggies of .\&' College Rudy Givens of A & M. from 10 yards out Ander Gaither. "Although I wasn't
of North Carolina State, KAMI' defensive end Roger son' was the winner of last quite satisfied with the way
28-14 in a game played 1 here Kinney recovered the bull on year's Willie Gallimore Me- some of the plays were run
Saturday afternoon. the Aggie five yard line. After morial Scholarship. off, I have to point out that
BY HARRY SPEAR The Rattlers Interceptedtwo 1 two plays, A&M fullback With 2:14 left in the third we were using the old type
A&Ts passes and turn. Eugene Thomas bulled 1 his period Aggie ()H Willie Piel-) '"I'" formation Instead of
t-d them into scores as way in for the score from son tossed an 11 yard passto our new pro-typeoffensethat
BOB HAYES IS PLAYER OF WEEK KAMU went on to win their seven yards out Tackle Melvin Phillips to climaxon we have been using for 'he
fifth game against one defeat Dave Daniels' kick was good. 85 yard. past season. I have to point
Bob Hayes, Olympic 100-meter champion is going A&T now stands 3-5 Just before the half ended With 2:14 remaining in .out the great job our linedidin
big in Pro football. The dashing Dallas rookie from on the season. 1, A&Tstartedtodrivcfrom 1 the third period, Aggie (}B holding A&T to only 66
A&M has been voted The Associated Press'Offensive KAMI'got' on the scoring their own 30 yard line. With Willie Hcison tossed an 11 yards rushing all night"
Florida boards In the the of A&M of Melvin .
early first help penclties yard puss to Philipsto
of the Week in the
National
Player Football period a* A&M defensive 10 and 15 yards, A&T manuverctl climax an 85 yard 'ive. ASM put the game out
League for his exciting work against San Francisco. halfback Major Ha/elton Into 1 FAMU terri The extra point pas ailed. of reach by scoring In the
Handling the ball in only nine plays Sunday, picked off Aggie-quarterback tory. Aggieingback: Mike A&M put the ganr 'out of last period of play. Ted Taylor -
Hayes caught tour passes fa 108 yards, including a John o Si-anger's pass attempt Johnson went over guard reach by scoring in u last returned an Intercepted
24-yard touchdown pass from Don Meredith in the se- and raced! 95 yeards for the for 10 ) urds and the first period of play. Ted 1 Tstylor Pielson pass 20 yards into
cond period and a 34-yard scoring pass from Meredithin score. Ronald Hlicg kicked A&T score. QuarterbackWillie returned an I intercepted IMel-) the end zone. Quarterback
final period that won the the extra point. Plclson passed to son pass 20 yards Into the Klroy Morand threw the ex
the game. A&\l's second touchdown Johnson for the two point end :zone. Quarterback HI- Ira point conversion pass to
came early in the sec conversion. roy Montnd threw the extra end Herman Jackson.
SUGAR RAY BEATEN SHOULD RETIRE

,
Some 9,023 fight fans saw young Joey Archer beat --
Sugar Ray Robinson in the fourth round Wednesday night
and win a unanimous decision in a 10-round bout at
Pittsburgh's Civic Arena.
The 45-year-old Sugar Ray was given an ovationby
the crowd for his gallant stand against his 27yearold -
challenger. But he soon learned, for sure, that age
has some awful disadvantages, especially in the fistic I, STOP

game.In the fourth round Archer floored Robinson with a "
right to the chin. The ex-middleweight champ stood on '
the count of nine by referee Buck McTiernan,but couldnot
do much more than keep on his feet the rest of the
way to the final round.

BULLS LOSE TO TAMPA IN LAST MINUTE

Blake High scored with 30 seconds left in the DAVID KENNEDY I
game, then stopped a Northwestern drive at its 20-
yardline toscore an 8-7 football victory over the Bulls
Friday night. FROM DESTROYING OUR RIGHTS '

Northwestern had grabbed a 7-2 lead with three .
minutes left when Lawrence Wilcox ran 73 yards witha .

fumble.But Blake quarterback Richard Sneed scrambledfor ',' 1. He is against Public Accommodationsin :

gains of 20, 20 and 12 yards in engineering an 80' "
.
yard scoring drive that dealt the Bulls their second I' He stated this the "
setback in seven games. 1j the Civil, Rights Bill" League of Women Voters. .

$80,000 FLAGLER INTERNATIONAL FINALS .
s...

Ralph'-Ryan's Miss Whirl, who's running for "Miss 2. Mis vote passed the Stop and Frisk '
Everything" in greyhound racing for 1965, has been installed ;;
as an odds-on opening favorite to win her second -
straight $80,000 Flagler International Classic : law. ,
Saturday night. r
The sensational miss clinched the favored role last
Saturday when she won her last semifinal test in 36.9to
clip two tenths of a second off Cactus Lonesome's .
PROTECT OUR HARD STRUGGLE
previous Flagler course record and set a standard
which greyhound men doubt ever will be broken.


TWO BIG SHOWS AT THE BEACH FOR EQUAL RIGHTS

Two boxing shows arranged by promoter Chris
Dundee in the next two weeks will feature former wel-
terweight champion Luis Rodriguez against Cecil Mott 1

of Houston Tuesday, Nov. 16 and the closed circuit DON'T BE MISLED! !
television showing of the Cassius Clay-Floyd Patterson I ;
world championship bout the following Monday.
Tickets for the Clay-Patterson bout are on sale at
the Dade County and Miami Beach auditoriums, where
the bout will be shown.An .
important ten-round televised bout willprecede H'T'
the championship originating in Las Vegas, with I
Amos "Big.=rrain" Lincoln of Los Angeles meeting
Thas "Babe"Spencer of San Francisco.The two heavy- le
)...
weights met previously, with the nod going to Lincolnby '
a ninth round TKO. Spencer is ranked sixth among et et
the heavyweights and the bout as viewed as a "battle \e IS-14
for position" in the ratings. .


THIS IS IT!

We hove just finished a miracle crusade. Thousandswere
healed and blessed. No matter what you ore
seeking, prayer changes things. With this adept prayer .! A VOTE
some were able to buy homes clothes, c ors, even pay
school. Again I soy unto
their children' way through
you, that If two of you shall agree on earth as touct
Ing anything that they shall ask, It shall be FOR
them of my father which Is In heaven. The word agree i
means binding or face for specific' purpos No matte of
seek, and ask 0 mon
what trouble be
you may .
God, REV. LAWRENCE T. HAn EN 259 N. Converse : JONNsoN

Street, Spartanburq, S.C.
HERE UNTIL NOV. 23

6835 NW 18th Ave (Cor. 68th Terr.)


your Prayer comfort.and deliverance Mr. D. daily.Lucas Special blest psalm I for IS A VOTE FOR YOU


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THE HELPING HIND

A lady was blessed with a !' I' MIAMI CITY COMMISSIONER'S GROUP 5
,
home. A man was healed witha : I
stroke. Abraham and Moses FOR
used it. Why not you? Come : PD. POL. ADV.
: yI
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, 20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 12,

rI r NOTICE AMERICAN

WDOIItDl Fantastic, lnyH!!!

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: A u'tt Esteemed Neighbors: BUNCHE PARK


I t. E_ Corps Projects for FIorid M1 ., I Thursday hold Miami regular od Chapter each meetings month No. 37 the at will 3rd the Move night in. 15600 NW 157th St. Rd. $300

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II&1J CS:"'Secretary> ol Laborw. *"" The" Miami project sponsored '= jects- is $6,162,703--, of-which' Elks Building 329 NW 16th take over payment. Under 6500.:
Terrace Each
at 8
mem-
Willard Wirtz, has approved by the Board of Public Instruction the federal portion is $5,044- p.m.
Is asked the
ber to come to
three new Neighborhood Youth Dade County, is for
\ Corps (NYC) projects for South 1,000 in-school enrolees. It 744.William S. Harris, NYC regional meeting the and also invite others Huge double corner lot ((2)) CBS, 2 bedroom,

i Florida, which brings the total will coat .$.9J4,410, of which director, Atlanta reports to join Fretamally camp.yam.Vern 2 bath. All for $300 down. $62 per month.
\ approved to date to 18. The $775,740 are from federal that the 18 Florida projects
projects will be located in funds. to date are for 12,620 en- William A.McAllister Wilson Comm. See for yourself: 7710 NW 8th Ave and cor-
Miami, Orlando and Tallahassee. rolees, 9,124 in school and
\Virtz announced approval ner lot. Hurry for this Call:
3,496 out of school at a federal MU CAL TEA
of 35 projects throughout the
"The enrollees of cost of 6869724.
these
projects nation to help 7,159 young The public is invited to the Owner 758-8749
will work full and part- The NYC, financed under
people in 17 states: 5,551 in annual Musical Tea sponsoredby
time i in a variety of public jobs the Economic Opportunity Act,
school and 1,608 out of school. the Phyllis Wheatley Art
is administered the U. S.
which will enable them financially '' by
total of these 35
The cost
pro- and Social Club at the New
to return to school or Department of Labor.Giiitl.
Covenant Presbyterian Church
give them work experience to
on Sunday, Nov. 14 at 4 p.m.
:
help them get 'permanent, em-
This is a fund raising projectto ETFiiithiriiiPOST
ployment," the Labor Secretary NORTHWEST CENTER YWCAA help with the many projectsof

said. : the club, such as NAACP,
workshop for Teenage ad- James E. Scott Community Association me

visors was held at the N. W. ,< ,.......... .. andYouth Hall. Your 8:00 r.iui."fl .
{ 'x >'i'($ ; ::"
CARVER RANCHESThe Center on Oct. 30. The meeting ; patronage will be appreciatedand
South Broward VFW'1 was chaired by Mrs. Doro Y i UNITEb.: FUND? a wonderful program has
thy Edwards chairman of
Post No. 8195 will hold a been prepared. Mrs. Mary Dixon -
Teenage Work. Mrs. Robert
Nov. chairman of committee.
meeting Sunday
special ,
Kuhns, president of the Miami
14 at 4 P.m. at 4816 SW 17th
Board of Directors gave the

St.please, West be Hollywood.present. Members keynote address which was a I! llfA !f j !

......... very inspiring to those pres fc 4tfiSk :. Natl.s a t3r.yAo.ad

The Carver Ranches Fire ent.A program discussion was ft'i; ItiY1M 1R'.il Sfcowpfoce"
"
Department meets every Monday led by Miss Florine Jones,
night at 8 o'clock at the director of Project Miami. Home of UBuy-'Em, We-Fry-'Em NOW! a&0 TWIN DOUBLE
Fire Station Community Hall Some very interesting sugges- : I Ir
on 44th Ave. and'21st St. tions were made concerning BOX LUNCHES TO GO
.. ... .'
a well balanced program for _

Fire Chief C. B. Blount has the Y-Teens in the Northwest FREE DELIVERY CALL 633-9491
been vacationing in Detroitthe Center. *
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past week. He expects to 1 I
committeewill {a
The advisory 4518' fN.W.721tkAi.
return home soon. ; !
be very glad to have > : [
interested in ; RAL. FARRING'TONI PROf.' '
others who are ,> m ,
Come out and hear some of
the greatest singers in the guiding and directing a well i

world the Blair Sisters. A rounded program for our youth,
special after-service will beheld join this &roup.WEDNESDAY .

Sunday, Nov. 14 at Gcth- HOMES FOR SALE

semane Baptist Church, 5201 NIGHT BRIDGE
SW 18th St., Rev. I. S. Clark, If you are interested in'
$100 $200 DOWN
pastor. The Rev. Arthur Jack- learning to play bridge or im -

.I son will' be the speaker. prove your present status,' 2-3 bedroom, like new. Payment from $68
join us at 7:30 each Wednesday
at NW Center. No Closing Cost.

FOR SALE JUNSNeighborhood ladies are Call Now. Get in Before ChristmasE.

HOME GOOD BUY invited to fellowship and havea Harry Deny Realty
neighborly coffee break at ,
N.W. 47th St. & 2nd A".. Nov.
10:30 a.m. Wednesdays, 754-0483

2 bedroom with Fla room. 10 and 24.

CBS barrel file>roof, Hardwood -

floors, carport, 2 air
conditioners, stove and refrigerator .
/ storm awnings,
beautiful wall to wall cor
paring larg. living/ room,
and dining room, many ...
tras. Total price $13,000, 1iiftfflhji1i
with $400 down. No closing :
costs. Call Mr. Chris, he !
will show you how easy it
is to own this lovely home.

how' a.y It Is to own this/ .
lovely home.


R.M. BROOKS, Realtor
688.6638 Nights 681.7740 6483 TAFT ST.PALM SPRINGS MILE 5757 N.W. 27.h AVE. PING E 9843 Bird Rd.
1375 W.49th St. CENTER
W. Hollywood Miami, F..a.
Hialeah, fla. MIAMI, FLA. Perrine, fla.
945.0381 226.5631
121.1761 635-0736 635-0736 238-2901

My Best Adv.


Do You MON. 10-9 THRU SAT. NO EMERGENCY NOT GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SUNDAY 1161Q



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BY NAT BRAVERMAN DEFIES. COMPETITION ATTHIS PRICE _'

MIAMI,Public FLA. Appraiser -. H 7T'. 4l'

On Sept. 3,1 _
1965, Grand.! .
Central Freight'
Furniture Sales! 4 1 1L
1636 N.W. 7th
A".., Miami I ,!
adopted a resolution
to contln- L
ue giving th.:
people of Dade,

Broward ondHat Brav.",,
other counties
the best furni
ture and bedding bargains 'in
the state. This is In spfte oil
rising furniture and labor costs.
Carload of famous bran
bedroom, dining room and llv
Ing room suites, sectionals,
sofas chairs,rockers,In ..v.style .1) "
(including French, Ita: r:

lion Early Duncan American, Phyfe, Danish Modern and wW.wW.. w&...w.. & .. ....If. ..r..a. ,iw..irrM.. r..Mw.o.w.. ...,w..... A .

will be of
new Mediterranean) 1
fared at a great sacrifice. DRESSER '
Also featured at unusually I MIRROR r -
low prices ore odd desks
dressers, china chests breakfronts CHEST $
dinettes and path PANEL HEADBOARD w '
furniture. w
Remember,..you cdn buy al II 3 THROW PILLOWS COMPARE

this for gorgeous cash or have furniture all the cheaper ere 3 WALL PICTURES $119rp

dlt you want. Deliveries any
world. Open today '
where In the .
8:30 to 6:30. "



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