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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 19, 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Vol. 43, No. 12 MKMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1965 20 PAGES




I MRS. RANGE ROLLS INTO CITY COMMISSION RUNOFF ,



A record number' of Negro
voters went to the polls in
Tuesday's Miami City Com-
mission election to support
Mrs. Athalie Range in her con-
test for a seat on the com-
mission. I
Never has so many people !
been so intensely interestedin )
the candidacy of a local

race political aspirant, and
the result was that Mrs. Range
made the runoff-the first Ne- y

gro in the history to do so in .

yyw these parts. A significant factis I-: /
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that the voting was on an : I,4
interracial basis.

With 11,340 votes, Mrs.
Range led a field of seven
candidates for the commission -

seat held by retiring :
Vice Mayor Alice Wainwright.Dodd .

Johnson, a private
f detective did not make a good '7 P

showing against CommissionerDavid itNsw ;;
Kennedy, who was re-

"r'I elected and carried all the ___ K A _- -- ---p
precincts. .
/ .Y Mayor Robert King High, FRIENDLY ENEMIES Irwin Christie, who finished second to Mrs. Athalie

Kennedy and Mrs. Range car' Range in the red-hot Group 4 City Commission race, offers his congratulations to the J

ried the 11 precincts where diminutive fighter who he faces in the runoff Tuesday. House of PhotographyrWho'sT'o
the majority of 15,100 regis-
tered voters are 'Vegroes by a
t. very large margin.. : Blame In
High and Kennedy were ,
h 5 A supported in almost all of the :
89 precincts. The mayor car- I

ried election 88 victory.precincts in his pre- k Expressway Foul Up?: :

w I Trailing Mrs. Range with ._ --- -- j
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I Pretty Juanita Francitta Fox, BTW High Senior 10,333 votes was Irwin Chris- Shocked by reports that Fine said."It is apparent they, Center, Haley Sofge, execu:;
has won the Miss Datesetter contest sponsored by tie. They will contest in the thousands of Negroes may be will make no effort to relocate tive director of the Miami

+.*Burdines department store, The contest 'was to runoff election next Tuesday. left without homes in the next them" Housing Authority, reportedly-
open .
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Christie carried said that the "Miami Housing
51 precincts month by expressway construe* Fine added that the Urban
all members of the Burdine's" ,Youth. '-.v'Board., ,-- House of citywide[ but .">'TseCbnd ftc 1trotTjthe\Miami\ City Commission Renewal Agency has 'funds Authority 'is just not ready to

t Photography photo. Mrs. Range in the Negro pre- ordered immediate in. only for relocation of families do the job" of moving people
., cincts.It vcstlgation Wednesday to find in the Urban Renewal displaced by the North-South
\"". l was reported by Mrs. out where the blame lies. Project area. Director of Urban Renewal

Calls For Tough I Range that numerous Ne- City Manager Melvin It was noted that the two Agency Myron Leff was pre-
City groes weren't allowed to vote Reese was told by the Com- or three weeks notice on dis- sent at the Tuesday night
Tuesday because of the county mission to find out why no relocation placement of families was not meeting and was reported as
action and other "irregulari plans had been made enough time to act even if a saying, "We all sympathizewith
Gun Sale Law tl es." for the families, and to come surplus of low-rent public your condition. ..we
can't be of much assistance."
Officials estimated Tues- up with a plan. housing were available.The .
Reese not sure the reports The Public Relations
was Department -
I The Miami City Commissioners .. nance. I t tAt day night that of the 37,071 were correct, and was State Legislature has of the Bonded Ren-
Police persons who voted in the primary twice refused to adopt legis-
the meeting was
on Monday called for a not blaming anyone. "I think tal Agency sends a list
sale control Chief Walter Headley. He 8,000 were Negroes, lation permitting use of federal
new, tough gun Metro and the Housing Au-. twice a week of available
law and officials with Sullivan's and that Mrs. Range secured highway funds for relocationof
urged
top police agreed sug- thority have some questionsto apartments to James White-
to consider the matter gestion and said he thought 2,000 to 3,000 white votes' in answer," he said. families Fine said. The head who is in charge of relocation -
and draft proposed legislation.Dan Dade County Association of the election. Martin Fine, Miami HousIng MHA is now building 900 units for the Urban Renewal
Sullivan, director off Police Chiefs would be will Recent figures from the Authority chairman, said for displaced families; but Agency. This week's list
the Greater Miami Crime Commission ing to form a committee to State Secretary's office show that his they will not be available until
Wednesday night shows 745 available
that 48,000 Negroes are registered apart-
ordinance.
draft the proposed
made the request atMonday's agency has done and is do- January. ments and reports that of tftS
to vote in Dade County.
"I think Mr. Sullivan should MHA will quickly to
informal commission move
ing all ,it can. lie blamed the 1500 of its tenants displacedby
About of this total
meeting to discuss current meet with us and help draft 20,000 aid families in the expressway
gun the law," Headley isaid. live in the City of Miami, and State Road Department. the expressway Bonded
control laws.It path by leasing up to 500
State Road Depart- has relocated all but 28.
Sullivan accepted the sug- about 15,000 are concentratedin "The
was noted by Sullivan gestion. The proposed ordi- 76, 88, ment neither acknowledges nor privately owned dwelling From this point it looks
precincts, 74. 75,
that Miami had passed a tough units under a federal rent
nance would change the pre- assumes: any responsibilityfor like private enterprise will
118, 119, 120, 278, 287, and .
sale control law subsidy
some years sent city law which requiresa 308. relocation of families in program.At have to help the City Com-
ago but attempts to make it a meeting Tuesday nightat mission solve this
aftera the of the knotty
24-hour waiting period From the reports, less than path expressway the Culmer pro-
county-wide-"which is whatwe Neighborhood blem. ____
gun is purchased, before it half of the Negroes' voting '"
really need"-have failedto
pass the Metro commissionand is delivered. Sullivan suggested -strength was used Tuesday
State Legislature. that the time be extended tallow o 1 although it it conceded by the

Sullivan suggestec that the a "Longer coolmg-off'daily press that Mrs. Ranged ,
law can be strengthened, and Period" between purchase an 1 could not have won in the t 'n ,4 y ?* t ; r

asked the city to take the lead delivery. Minors are not allowed primary without it. True. But
to buy guns. the job is not finished.
in drafting a countywide ordi-
The Negroes of Miami with ,,
,.... ,.. .. the help of their many friends 't I 1tn
r. have one of their greatest

H adleyPromises Negro challenges to lift themselves
p politically, by going to the
f polls next Tuesday in larger

numbers than ever, and votingfor
iPofice ,
Lieutenant
< Athalie Range.Bouncer. .
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Miami Police Chief Walter "Is I it not true that thereis +
Headley, who was guest speaker : -
an all-white Police Bene- Kills' !
at a meeting attended by volent Association and a

about 100 Negro community black Police Benevolent As- ff.
leaders Monday night at the .
sociation Moncur asked. Man In ClubA
Culmer Community Center in "
"That is true, Headley
the old police 11th
precinct on :
replied. "This is how it is." _
St., put the blame on the Miami customer was killed and L
City Commission for the lack "Are there any Negro two othets wounded early : /
of Negro motorcycle policemen motorcycle policemen?" Mon Tuesday by a bouncer in the '.
Negro lieutenants and a cur asked. Island Club, 1000 NW 2nd Ave. .b :
segregated Police Benevolent "No." Headley said. Charles Shelton, 22, of _
Association."If "Will there be any black 545 NW 12th St., was the dead 1
they could give me lieutenants on the Miami Po- man. Douabil Harris, 25, a
enough officers, I could satisfy lice Force?" Moncur asked. seaman of the sunken cruise
all your demands"Head- "We will have pne shortly," ship Yarmouth, and Edward
ley told the gathering. Headley sardolIeadley's Goodwin, 43, of 1257 NW
"We assign officers wherewe reply was fol- 61st St., were both shot in MEN OF THE YEAR Neal Adams, Miami businessman and civic leader, has-

can," he said. "We do not lowed by a loud applause as their right legs and were tak- ,been named Man of the Year by Sigma Alpha Chapter of Omega Psi Phi fraternity.

have enough people. You can speculation arose that Sgt. en to Jackson Memorial Hos Willie Lewis, (center) Broward: County school teacher was nemed Omega Man of the
blame the Leroy Smith, veteran police \
taxpayers.
pital.
Asked if he could blame officer with an outstanding record James Walton, 24, was Year. William Haley (right) holds the NAACP Life Membership Award presented ,to' .

the City Commission, Head- would soon be named a charged with first degree mur- I the fraternity. Sigma Alpha members sold more than 200 NAACP memberships during

ley replied. ..Y..." lieutenant. der in the shooting the current drive (see story on page 10).


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Election Day_ With The People's Choice-Mhalie Range'I


MONDAY WAS A BIG DAY IN THE
LIFE OF MRS. ATHALIE RANGE SO THE
MIAMI TIMES ASSIGNED JAY BAKER OF ITup .
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I,. working on an invention. Homemaker Services oi"their omeiwvheria; mother ma y may demand a-somewhat dire
It's a fire-proof, tear-proof, The ferent schedule.
) for Dade' County expects to oper I be ill or hospitalized.
draft card; guaranteed a
Ii' three-year hitch. its new social service agencyin Homemaker in this instance The new agency w ij be
E. SIGISMUND REEVES Editor and PublUUr January at 385 NW 1st St may serve as a "substitute open part time because of its
limited
.t homemaker also funds. The
GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor A few people, incensed at Mrs. Samuel Mufson, president mother. The receive agency will
the presence of our armed forces of the agency, reportedthat help care for the aged or ill so its support from such
Mmb.r of the Notional Newspapers Publisher Association recruiting they can reamin in their own groups as the United Fund
in South Viet Nam, are they are now He ,
home whenever possible. the Heart
SUBSCRIPTION RATES burning up, literally. That'snot mature women of good physi Association the
of main- Junior
that League of
stated
for me! I'm against war, cal and mental health with experience expense Miami. Agen.
,,00nt.r.d
Oft! YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $ taining a person in his own cies such as the Dade
but I'm also against peace at in housekeeping, County
os S.cond Class Mattor, August 9, 1927 at th. Post price. Chamberlain's umbrella rearing children and caring for home by using the Home maker Welfare Dept. have agreed to
Office at Miami Florida, under thia act of March e, 1876 any couldn't' protect us from the elderly or ill. The salary Services is considerably less purchase Homemaker services
the reign of fascism, and the will be based on a $ .OOO a than the cost of care in a fos- for its client
Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenu. Phon. OX 1. torch of self-destruction will year annual wage on the number ter ,
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"Th. never put out the fires of com- of days a Homemaker home.Mrs. The agency |is continuing
b.ll.v.ii that America best lead Mufson pointed out
NEGRO PRESS can munism. Anyone who tries to works. to seek financial support for
the world from racial and national; antagonism' whon It accords prove it does is just making that women interested in serv- its program so that it can
to every man regardless of race, creed or plor. his an ash out of himself. Robert Segul, planning con- ing as Homemakers will be required serve those who need it.
lib man and legal' rights. Hating no man, fearing no .nan-the .- .- .- sultant to the agency, reportedthat to take a training course Charges for the services,
flegro Prose strives to h.Ip.v+ry man In th* ffrm b.lI.f that Our state department's policy the Welfare Planning which will provide them with when available will be on a
Men hurf'as l Is h.ld back.
long
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II are as onyo
I, of minimizing American Council of Dade County has special skills and understanding sliding scale according to
casualties in Viet Nam may worked two years to help established which will make it pos- ability to pay.
tLECT MRS. RANGETuesday's give rise to a rumor that only this much needed) sible for them to help out in Women who are interestedin

election is over. Mayor Robert King Birchites are fighting, and service. He said the purposeof many home and family situa- this call unique Robert job opportunitycan
that there are no Negro combatants a Homemaker Service was to tions. The hours of employment Segal, Plan.
High, for his fifth term, and Commissioner David Ken- ning Consultant, Welfare Plan.
from
there. After each bat strengthen and preserve family are usually 8 a.m.
nedy-both endorsed by the Miami Times-were elected. tle it is reported that our cas- lifr by keeping children in to S P.m. Certain situations ing Council at FR 9-8419,
Our third candidate, Mrs. 'Athalie Range, received ualties were either moderate

11,340 votes and must go into a runoff with her clos- light.
est contestant Irwin Christie,. whom she topped by ass Building Better Neighborhoods per will be the guest speaker
Some folks claim that the James E. Scott Community
votes.
1,007 KKK is getting strong. As far Association is the only
Neighborhood
The runoff comes on next Tuesday. as I'm concerned: it is a robe- JESCA 40lh Anniversary Theme Center in Florida ag.
While she did win, this was her first attempt ata bust outfit. filiated with the National
Federation
in Chi- \
public office, and she and her supporters deserve as. building Better NeIghbor- Addams at Hull House of Settlements and
commendation.Now Bed sheets are to be used hoods will be the theme of the cago.Miss Mary Raymond cameto Neighborhood Centers. It is
when is 40th Anniversary Dinner of the Miami in 1925 to organizethe
one asleep: dead to a United Fund
must finish what we have started. Those Agency with
we Community Chest.
the world. Maybe that's why James E. Scott Community
for ali ages.
..who did not'vote for one reason or another, must do so they are so appropriate as Association, Dec. 2 on the The Honorable Claude Pep- programs
.on Tuesday. Remember, every vote counts. We must KKK uniforms. Hotel Everglades Roof.
help elect Mrs. Range to the city commission.It 55 Garth Reeves, president of
can be done. It should be done. It must be done.It My attitude towards the the association states, "thisis 11'$ 27th Ave.
is worth noting that Mrs. Range also received KKK is "Ignore it, and it will a proud day forfour organi-
worthwhile support from white voters. As she said in soon go away." Let's not zation because we are honoring Fish & Poultry Mkt
over-emphasize this under two dedicated women
her campaign speeches, she is going to be the repre- cover group. Soon it will be whose encouragement and
sentative not of Negroes but of the city of Miami. The under cover permanently, in vision got the James E. Scott Home of U'Buy-'Em, Wc-Fry-'Em

response from white precincts was gratifying. That's an integrated cemetery, lying Community Association off to
next to Jim Crow. a good start"-Mrr. Eli zabeth BOX LUNCHES TO GO
the way it should be. And isn't it good to live in Miami?
Cooley King, a charter mem-
ber of the board and well FREE DELIVERY CALL 633-9491
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Ye Editor had a birthday Tuesday of this week. TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO social work programs.She 4518 N.W. 27th Ave.

As customary, he received cards and telegrams from in CHURCH SUNDAY worked closely with Jane
and out of the state for which he says a big "THANK AL FARRINGTON. PROP.

YOU".
The family's birthday party was held during the

evening.

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keep counting or not. Just be thankful *>o on FROM NOW "ON FRESH MILK IS NOT THE BEST MILK FOR COOKING.

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GOOD NEWS NEW IMPROVED VELVETIZED CARNATION IS.
? Because Carnation
Why EvaporatedMilk
The announcement this week that the Walt Disney

interests plan an investment of $100 million on a Disneyland has been Improved. It's velvetized.What's velvetized mean? It's that little something extra that changes every

in Central Florida is good news, and is being
thing. New Improved velvetized Carnation performs miracles with everyday meals, makes everything better than
favorably discussed. It is said the Florida project will

rival that of California.Ye fresh milk ever could. Makes meat loaf juicier, never crumbly. Makes, soups creamier, sauces smoother, and is
Editor has visited in Californiawith
Disneyland twice as nutritious as fresh milk. New improved velvetized Carnation is the modern, economical, better cooking
its many attractions end crowds of daily visitors.We .
can envision just what a boon the investment will milk. Try the recipe for Meat Loaf Continental and see how much better meat loaf can be when it's made with new

mean not only for the amusement provided, but also improved velvetized Carnation.
from an economic standpoint.

The site selected is a 27,000 acre tract in the
Orlando area. Our local and state officials have pro-
mised full cooperation.
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Dade County's economy will be boosted because of
an announcement on Monday by the Florida Power and

Light Company that it plans building a $100 million .
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The new unit will be located at Turkey Point, 25

miles south of Miami, with a capacity of 760,000 kilowatts ?

and is scheduled to be completed in five years'
time.

NEW BUSES i ::.

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Metro Commissioners on Tuesday authorized issuance :ri J
of $2.2 million in Dade County Certificates for :'

i financing the cost of purchasing 100 new air-condition \ MI : J
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COLLEGE A WEEK?


Raplh McGill, well-known columnist of The Miami

News, predicted that a little less than five years from

now, this country will need to establish a new college

each week to keep up with entrance demands.

"By 1980," writes Mr. McGill, "we will be found-

ing a new major community each month for the next 10
years. The communities will average about 100,000 MEAT LOAF CONTINENTAL Combine ingredients Mix lightly

each. 1% pounds ground beef Place in 8ttx3yzx2V4 inch loaf

t He notes that by 1980 at least 50 per cent of the y2 cup fine cracker meal pan.Bake in moderate oven((375T)

nation's age group from 16 to 25 will be employed in 1 egg about 50 minutes. Let stand ona r
Vi chopped onion
some form of higher education. "There will not be 1 teaspoon cup garlic salt wire rack about 10 minutes be For more

much else to do in the younger ages, what there is to l/3 teaspoon salt fore removing to serving platter. .. + excitingrecipes

do will require formal education and advanced techni- 1 tablespoon prepared mustard
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send 25)i! to:
cal )
training.
2/3 small
cup ( can) undiluted
-<* There's much more in this interesting column. CARNATION EVAPORATED MILK R CARNATION COOKBOOK
Read it for yourself in Tuesday's Daily News. Dept.NS-35.
Los Angeles,Calif.90019A

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: : ST. AGNES EPISCOPAL CHURCH

PRESENTS ITS ANNUAL CALENDAR TEA

SUNDAY, NOV. 21,4 P.M.

Congratulations to James McQueen and Cheryl IN THE PARISH HALL
Silas, winners in the Book-a-Day Fair at the Miami
Public Library. James student at Allapattah Jr. High 1732 NW 3rd COURT

won "The Kennedy Wit" by Bill Adler. Cheryl, a pupilat _.
West Dunbar won "The Ghost of Fallons Bee's
Folly" by Florence Hightower. ,M"- SERVICE 9 TO 9

BLACK & WHITE AND COLOR
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James Chandler surprised his wife Maude with a f>*

birthday party on last Saturday. ,

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Richmond Heights Women's Club is having its annual : /
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21, four to six p.m. Book reviewer will be Mrs. G. Ro- 379-7735 '

bert Love. ; ; 'i
Get well wishes to Lillian Eve Sawyer and Vic- *
toria Wilson. ;) 8fS, N.W.. 2ND'AVEHUE, 4NO

Rev. and Mrs. Bartow Woods of Jacksonville are
the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Taylor. "
QUALIEYING :, ".-)f

Mrs. Charles C. Mitchell left on Wednesday to attend ,.. ., ,;A*'

the funeral of her brother Harold Marshall in Blue- WINGS AND THE WORLD ._ ...w d..v.: CBS,,- ,Almost New.???< ; :, -i.i
field, West Virginia.
Great day for the 850 to 1,000 girls from all partsof 3 Large Bedrooms
the world who will come to Pan American Airwaysnew
Remember the planned National Citizenship Test-
international stewardess in Miami Florida
college ,
,
the failure cancelled the show but
power proposed ; 3121 NW. 59TH STREET
each is graduation Here at the culminationof
year day. ,
you have the opportunity to view the telecast on Tues- I
an intensive five-week course that covers literally '
day night at ten. Don't forget to tune in. Small down payment. Payments like rent.
dozens of subjects from how to brew coffee to inter

Sympathy to the family of the late Arvis Bethel. national documentation, Robert N. Nichols, supervisorof Open Sunday 1-5 P.M.

Funeral services will be held at Christ Church, Coco- the flight service training school, pins the coveted
PL
OWNERS JE
nut Grove on Saturday. wings on Thelma Hinton of Montclair, New Jersey. : 8-5400 8-6049 I

Norman Howard pleasantly y surprised wife Gwen as Miss Hinton, 22, was born in Jersey City, N. J., grad-
friends shared in the celebration of her birthday. uated from Monclair High School and studied merchan
dising at the Fashion Institute'' of 'Technology in New B & B EMPLOYMENT
York. Before joining Pan American she was an assis-
Birthday wishes Rosemarie Anderson Lawrence
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Kennedy, Dorothy Bowman, George Tinker I. G. Pratt tant buyer for a New York department store. As a Pan I 1336 & 38 NW 3rdAve.

Wilson, Vernay P. Jones, Dorothy S. Sawyer, Lugusta Am stewardess, she'll be flyingto 86 lands around the Established 15 years

Colston, Lawrence Bethel, David Simmons, Sr., KeithW. world_served by_the Jet Clippers ____ .
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Braynon, Helen Wiley, Effie Arline, Annie Dorsett, RINKEYDINK PATRICK I FR 3-2106
Dorothy W. Adside, Henrietta Sweeting, Geneva Black-. SEWING MACHINE
shear and Sharella Miller. ENTERTAINSThe REPAIR SPECIAL JOBS JOBS JOBS

Miami Rinkeydinks, Cleaned and oiled
Among the many local folk attending FAMU-South- Inc. motorcaded to Delray ,. Adjust all tensions Available NOWIII!!!

ern game were June Lewis, Millie Washington, Carmen Beach on Sunday, Nov. 14 to I. Check motor and Control
and Al Jackson, Willis and Gloria Murray, Billy and worship and be entertained by Check all wiring ServiceStation: Maids Pvt., Home.
Frankie Rolle, Barbara Sergeant, Robert Strapp, KellyC. Rinkeydink Patrick. e Change needle Truck Drivers Hotel l Maids

Wilson, Bernard Ingraham, Leroy Cromartie, Wilbui TAME We Church worshipped in the at 11 St.a.m.Paul ierJ e Chan ," Mt Hotel Porters ''.. Cooks Pyt. Home{ ,
Ellison, Janice Maycock, Emerson and Marion Mason, Work done in your home. Cook Rest. Cooks '
vice, the Rev. J. D. Edwards, '
Altamease and Traz Powell, Gregg Hamm, William pastor. The service was en- Total cost .. .$3. ,Dish Washers Dav WorkersLaundry :.

Butler, Harold Braynon, Lorraine and Howard Hadley, joyed by all. A donation was All work guaranteed 'Tire Changers of( : ''
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Verna Lewis and many others. presented: to the church from Domestic Sewing Center
MANY MANY MORE
the Rinkeydinks by PresidentFlo _CALL 634-6242
Congratulations to Miami Jackson student Patricia Hawkins.
Burke who received a certificate of Merit from the Afterward, we were enter-
tained graciously by our hos-
CouncilMrs.
Dairy tess lunch.wirh an elaborate buffet BUYING A NEW CAR? ?

Robert Strapp was hostess to MRS membersat The November Birthday
her home on last Saturday evening. Club members greetings went to Rinkeydink
under the leadership of Rubie Mizell voted at this timeto Polite and Patrick with a cake
undertake two projects for the Senior Citizens at ca;ds and wishes for many,
Jollivette Plaza. many more happy y ears.
The members returned to
Maude Reidchairman of the Links is the southernarea the city late in the afternoon \
after expressing thanks to our
and Bernice of the local Links
Kemp, president
host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. S -r'
spent last weekend in Birmingham Alabama in a work- Charles Patrick for spendingfor _
shop session planning with other Link officers for the spending with them a love- T/Z:
spring meeting in New Orleans. ly day.
Rinkeydink Flo Hawkins,
Madge Portier and Mary Ford were hostesses to president, Rinkeydink Mary SAVE
the Medical Auxiliary on last Saturday evening at Colden, recorder.
Madge's home.

Mrs. Evelyn Floyd has as houseguest this week, HARVEST SIP '

her aunt Mrs. Lena Lattimer of Madison, Fla. She is Miami June Melody Finance Your 66 Car with Our

also visiting with her sisters, Mrs. Deloris Chavis and Club is sponsoring a Harvest

another niece Carolyn Eady. Sip Tea, Sunday, Nov. 21 at 4
p.m. at Dixie Park auditoriumat AUTO LOAN !

Visiting Mrs. Maud Ingram for a week were Mrs. 352 NW 13th St.
Hattie Washington and her daughter,Mrs. Almerta Cookof Verdell Nelson, reporter
Ellen Taylor,
Washington,D. C.This is their first visit to Florida. __ eo .__president

1. Shop around.for the car you'want.. Bring us the
Miss Gladys Eldon of Nassau, Bahamas, was a
visitor to Miami last week, her first in 31 years. Miss r ';r make, model and:price a .

Eldon while residing here some years ago was secre- }MtI 2.: We will okay your loan quickly, and with n'o. red
tary at the Miami Times office.
Our loan policy is liberal "
tape. very, we want! .

Henry Dean and Leroy Smith motored down from ci t'o, make loans., ,. ? *
New York for a short vacation. They left for home on >
Tuesday. 1 /' .f. ,:f' ,, .- :3. Interest can be'as' low as 44! % 'oi-to' new',car, and

.. I' payments (or, as.l long os .36 months,.- the* lowest;
Gloria Woods is back at home after vacationing in
in Philadelphia and New York with relatives. FEATURING THE NEW .f1. I payment's possible. We also make loans on used. :f;
to 5 old.LINCOLN .
DAK SLACK 'JIT cars up years:
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK:
Unclaimed Pants (for Sale
FORGIVE We may, if we choose, make the worstof
NATIONAL BANKOF
one another. Everyone has his weak points; every- ALTERATIONS AND ': .
one has his faults;we make the worst of these; we may REMODELINGFAST MIAMI
fix our attention constantly upon these. But we may
also make the best of one another. We may forgive, SERVICE First fully integrated bank In the entire Southeast
even as we hope to be forgiven. We may put ourselvesinthe _4' right here in the Edison Financial Center
place of othersand ask what we should wish to be 717 NW 62 St f: 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 7594431NOW

done to us, and thought of us, were we in their place.
PROVIDING NEW EXTENDED BANKING HOURS
By loving whatever is lovable in those around us, love PL 8-3901
Monday, Tuosday, Wednesday, Thursday 9t30 am to 2 pm; Friday 9:30 am to 2 pm
will flo'vback from them to us, and life will become a .-. wM
and S to 8 pm. Drive-In Window open Monday thru Friday 2 to S pm; Saturdays 9 to
pleasure instead of a pain; and earth will become like A cuff while you wait"Anytime" pm

Heaven; and we shall become not unworthy followersto '- noon.
HIM whose name is LOVE. Leaves of Gold Member Federal Reserve System and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation'i




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Sphinx Club ; : .,: i'llRtlKtt"-'COMMittCtloJMMfl ; .;, l| ,

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Cruise Nov. 24Don't testimonial banquet committeewill on December H, at the Deau-
ville Hotel, for his pioneer
hold a planning meeting
miss the Dream
Boat
activities
in the
Cruise on Tuesday, Nov. 30, 8 p.m. community in
sponsored by the
the field of welfare, good
at the Roosevelt Savings and
Sphinx club
November
on 24.
Loan Association, 6015 NW government, and journalism. '
The famous Dream Boat Particularly, the well known A. :
7th
Avenue. : \ fi
will leave from Bayfront Park civic leader will be cited for
Yacht Basin at 8:30 Co-chairmen of the com-
p.m. his many years of support of
sharp. There will be live en munity-wide event are: Dr. Variety Children's Hospital. :.'
George Simpson, Mrs. Athalie ,
tertainment, dancing, and Tickets to the dinner
also plenty to eat. Range, Mr. Charles Hadley, be obtained by ,calling may the ; ) r tT
Tickets may be obtained and Mrs. Dana Dorsey Chap Variety Children's Hospital "
from the following establish man.Publisher Development Fund office at it1.
ments or from any of the club. Reeves will be 373-6374. r f
members.
Mr. John McFadgon, Electric OPA-LOCKA VFW NEWS BEAUTICIANS EXECUTIVE
Sales & Services, 723 NW
Highlighting this month's BOARD TO MEETThe
62nd St. 7519487. \
activities will be Post 5693
.Brooks Quality Cleaners, Ladies Auxiliary Annual Tea mid-year Executive
Alexander W. Brooks, 3305 which will be held at the homeof Meeting of the Orange Blos, 1
Grand Avenue,Coconut Grove, the president, Mrs. Gertrude som Cosmetologist's Association -' /
446-6772. Inc., will be held in the
Lemon 3011 NW 51st St.
Johnson & Sons Shoe Shop Walker Elementary School,
Sunday afternoon, Nov. 21
6570 NW 15th Ave. 691-9850, is the date! and Mrs. Cramach 1001 N.W. 4th St., Ft. Lauderdale 1 I"r <.: .
R. C. Coleman Service ',J Iw ,
Fla. Nov. 21 at 1:00 ,; ><,
Station, N.W. 16th Terr and will be the speaker for the oc- All members ) ,
p.m. are requested ",
3rd Avenue. M '.
casion. For further informa- *
to be present and on time.
Alexander Brooks, president tion Mrs. Lemon can be reached Following the Board meeting
; Junious Fortson, bus. ..,
by calling 6343469. there will be a GetacquaintedTea '" .
manager. The public is cordially invited sponsored by the Brow-
to this Annual Tea. ard County Cosmeticians Unit
Sunday morning, Nov. 7 the No. 14 Mrs. Florence Ali, local I><>
Post joined with the many president and first vice
other Veteran Organizationsin
of the associa-
president state
a Massing of The Colors at

the Veterans Hospi tal in Coral tion.Mrs.. Cat hi can B. Ross of
) Gables for one of the great- Tampa, state president: Ber-
est Veterans Day servicesever tha H. Perry, P.R. Y
sponsored at this hos-
pital in memory of all passel i Nam Veterans are eligible for
veterans. membership into this fine organization -
Comm. Ed. Brown wishesto lie also wishes to
remind all that VFW Post remind all members that the ,
5693 has a membership driveon 1966 due cards are here and ? >
and that all World War Vet- AO
can be picked up by all mem-
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PASSES EMBALMERS EXAMS HOMES FOR, SALE"' ..
Sherman Milton of 6250 NW
15th Ave., Miami, passed the
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State Board of Funeral Direc $100 $200 DOWN YOU MUST VOTETUESDAY.1

tors and Embalmers for en
embalmers license, Oct. 20. 2-3 bedroom, like new. Payment from $68

Before attending a mortuary No Closing Cost.
science school, Milton was an
apprentice at Manker Funeral Call Now. Get in Before ChristmasE. THIS ,

Home for three years. He is Harry Denny .
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rale- Realty ...t ,. Iow
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Assf.. Attorney General/ is COOK, ) > M
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I 'LIVE IN GOOD PAY

EOD Dinner Speaker Here N. MIAMI EMPLOYMENT,

y aAOA' ..,... AGENCY "
Charles P. Wilson Florida, life. T. Willard Faire is executive P. Cain Dr. I. P. Davis, Mrs.
I special assistant attorney general director. Eddie Daniels, Mrs. Blanche 111 N.E.12STII STREET:
,will be featured speaker Last year's dinner attractedmore Galloway,Mrs. Maude K. Reid,
at the annual Equal Opportunity than 600 people.Honoredfor Mrs. Eugenia Mitchell, Ben. C. 751-4551
I/ BY DAVE BONDU I Day dimer, Saturday night their roles in fostering Green and C. B. Potter.
Nov. 20, at the Everglades brotherhood were three Dade
HORN BLOWING TIME! I guess only a writer can Hotel. County citizens: Vice Mayor
A former law professor at Sidney Aronovitz, for his ef
get a chance to blow his horn
own or seombody else's.
Florida
forts in
A&M, Wilson will organization and es-
In this case, I am going to talk about another most remarkable highlight on the EOD dinner blishment of the Dade County
(no, hot Mrs. Range, this time. most of that program, which also will include Community Relations Board; wfia
battle is already won, thanks to you and you and you). presentation of awardsto Mrs. Ruth Greenfield, directorof
I am talking about my spouse for the past 20 years. persons fostering equal Miami's Fine Arts Conser-
opportunity. vatory, in the area of equal
Mayme Bondu. I guess it's old to that
news she
you Wilson is
a member of the opportunity in cultural activities a
has resigned from Lincoln National Bank, to accept board of directors of both the and Leonard Barr, of
one heck of a deal in Freeport, Grand Bahamas as Community Council of Escam- Jackson's-Byrons departmentstores 4r
manager of the Pirate's Den nite club of the plush new bia County where he practiced in the field of equal I
and fabulous Oceanus Hotel. It is located just across law in Pensacola, and the employment opportunity."It .
the street from the Lucayan Beach Hotel. Of course. County Community Action Program takes more than lawsto RUTH BALDWIN DORIS CROWN
lie is former president make full equality of
she accepted because the offer was one that she could of the Southwest Bar Associa tunity a meaningful reality oppor," Monfego Bay Restaurant
not turn down. As for the folk at Lincoln National and lion, president of the Florida related Mrs. Louis Glasser,
the wonderful people at Roosevelt Savings, next door. ARM Alumni Association and general chairman of the Greater Under New ManagementThe
she is most unhappy about leaving them. As Maymesez ici-ipient ot'a special award Miami Urban League dinner
"everyone there is so nice. Anyway, at one time from the university for his "The annual EOD dinner popular Montego Bay Restaurant at 745 NW 62ndSt.
or another, we feel that opportunity comes knocking.and work in the men of Florida serves as means of communi- is now under new management. The busy eating spot In
civil ril.hls.Focusing.
you should be standing behind the door waiting to ciation for education persuasion Edison Center has been taken over by Ruth Baldwin and
attention on ef and the fostering of interracial -
open it when the knock comes. For the record and for forts to insure fair and equal good will in our com- Doris Brown
the .so-called tongue waggers, she had no row with treatment of all citizens munity." The two personable sisters are offering a delicious menu *
anyone at the bank. was very happy there and will EOD annually coincides with Members of the EOD com of home cooked foods. Featured on the menu are T.Bone
be home on her days off and on weekends when pos the anniversary month of President .mittee are former Sen. HarryLONGHORN steaks at 99f, Vi fried chicken 97<, and the popular'21-

sible to see her friends. I will be there, as often as Address.Lincoln It i is proclaimed Gettysburg na shrimp basket at $1 03.
possible, playing golf with my ever-loving. If you are lionally by President Johnsonand The eating spot is open 6:30 to 9 daily and until 1 a.m. '
in Freeport, be sure to stop in to see Mayme at the locally by Miami Mayor on Friday and Saturday.
Pirate's Den of the Oceanus Hotel. Robert King High and Metro
Mayor Chuck Ball
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Sponsor of Equal Opportunity
PRETTY GIRL OF THE
is the
Day Greater Miami _
WEEK: Mary Davis (cooks Urban League an agency of
the best neck bones) j the United Fund administered
VOTETUESDAY bv an inteiracial board of men 4I'k4&
and from all walks
women of ,
PRETTY BOY OF THE t -
WEEK: Reggie Moore I
(pianist) BURLANG ASSOCIATES
EMPLOYMENT' : AGENCY
MUSICIAN OF THE 502 NW 54th STREET
WEEK: Hank Haynie (Bass) 757 7674

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ATHALIE RANGE, in her first attempt for a seat Finest domestic and commercial
on our City Commission was great in that race. She lobs in this area
drew more than a thousand votes than her more opponent ALSO -
and HE JUST DID MAKE THF RUNOFF Even Excellent domestic openings
now in Mew York and
though the votingwas light, it showed that we are waking Connecticut Transportation
up to real facts. Now that there is going to be a advanced 1iIilY
run-off, between Mrs. Range and Mr. Christie we will
have to work a thousand times harder to get the folk
out next week and pull together. one more time. .
and upset our opponent for good this time. Miami will CALLMIvIN
have it's first Negro city commissioner. When we say a
first Negro commissioner we do not mean only for the Fox
Negro peoplebut for all of the people. all of the time.

a remarkable woman. so let's get out and vote againfor FOR
Athalie Range.
*.rteses**.***.*.t.e STOCKSBONDSMUTUAL
What with Vsias' staring you in the face and you FUNDS
need extra money. who doesn't may I suggest
that you go to one of the EOPI Centers located at
6720 N.H' 18th Ave.. 11th St. at 5th Ave. and the
Urownsbu office which has moved to 2741 N.W. 49thSt. 1 {
There are; plenty jobs open for men and women. .
all types of jobs. Go see the folk at the Economic '
office nearest There i is no \ 'i 7'4hri
Opportunity Program you. .... ?
charge: for this service and they will be happy to help .
you t!? for lire employers, you are welcome to contact '* : L
us for help.l Call me at 635.1327 or Mr. Arthur King at
FR 7-9525. We will be grateful for your cooperation.

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QUICV: 'IOTE DEPARTMENT Jeff Adams, (he
newest sin;iaj; sensation who is now appearing at the "
Apache Lounge on Biscayne Boulevard at 106th St.. "Make Me Your Baby"
will be the first star to appear at the Pirate s Den in
Freeport, Grand Bahamas, on Nov. 27 He will be f hon 709.884O

followed in one week by Miss Phyllis Branch the .
world's greatest singer. That's two in a row one Appearing Only .
week and two weeks of good entertainment, along with 18 YEARS OF RESPONSIBLE .. :
Hamiltonis BUILDING SERVICE TO .
Chickie Horne and a calypso troupe. Roy '
THE COMMUNITYWhen
doing a great business for the Eden Roc's Harry s \h"
American Bar. As it stands now. Dave Akins and his I BUYIHG 0' BUILDING ,':'A: .. at ,
group will wind up a successful engagement at tl.e Do ,,fi>> :
fCAU STANLEY ,
ral Beach Hotel on Dec. 18. They are slated to return

there in February. Wildman Steve presents his big PL '1-3504 r/J .
show tonight at Bayfront Park Auditorium at 8'30 p.m. v. d a Beoutiful Homes cowMxaL.
The judges are passing out years for dope offenders Built) on Your Lotor

Good! OursAttractive y 6000 N.W. 7th Ave.
TIL NEXT WEEK, THAT'S IT. VOTE FOR AIt.rotlons -
and Addition. ''Vhere
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4 ,observed its annual Achieve- received the Citizen of County schools will address confusion set in,"
found berations mistrial
case a
Florida. State officers and week in East Naples, on Oct. U.
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nment Week Program Sunday, the Year Award outstanding members of Alpha Phi Alpha. him innocent and guilty of in- said Angus Lawson Jr. "We day after Clyde L. Hibbler
Nov. 14 at the Hampton House services. Brother Willie Le- told Melt Williams to sign any
Fraternity at a banquet Nov.27,terferring with telephone ser- pleaded guilty on the
ina banquet settln The program wis received the coveted at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel vice. thing he wanted to. I don't charge. same
was largely attended by Omega Man of the Year Award Some ISO members representing know if he signed the 'guilty'or Casting aside all legal
t'the brothers, wives, sweet- presented annually for: outstanding 12 graduate and two Last July 21 the all-Negro 'not-guilty' verdict. I didn't gles the state now tan-
hearts, and friends. This service to the frater- undergraduate chapters scat jury was selected to try Thomas know he couldn't read or D'Andrea of accuses
theme "America's nity. The Chapter was tered throughout the state will 1 tampering with the
>year's was pre M. D'Andrea, 25, for damage write. wires
on April 24
Responsibility for the Development sented its Lifetime Membership be on hand for the two-day to phone wires in the theft of him 27, and 29.
Plague in the NAACP. Nov. 26. "I thought we found
conTention beginning
of Human Talent.
24 miles of Inter-County Telephone said Aloneo Howard,
Mrs. Valdez Murray, of guilty, l'
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AlphaThroughUnity .
A Dynamic I .
The program was.highlighted lines along the Tamiami
when the
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by a masterful speech by and Action is the con- BE A NURSE'S
Trail near Monroe Station. AIDE
guest soloist on the program. vention theme. Herbert E. clerk read he was not guilty.
Donald Wheeler Jones
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Brother King Rankin nls, The six-man jury, believedto Schaubof j THE IDEAL SCHOOL FOR
dent of the local Dade County Starks, state director from Ft. State Attorney Frank I
Chapter of NAACP. His rendered a selection. Delightful Lauderdale, will preside dur- be the first of its kind in Bradenton had left the court- TRAINING NURSES'AIDES
speech was centered around dinner music was suppliedby ing business sessions. National Florida, was chosen, defense room and was not present to
the Achievement Week theme. Brother Charles Baker. Vice president Dewey attorney Earnest W. Yocom of question the decision as 2380 W.it Flogl.r Str..,
He congratulated Sigma Alpha Brother Ulysses O. Home, Branch from Bessemer, Ala. Miami said,to avoid frictions, D'Andrea was discharged. Coll for Information and for
for the work done brochwrot
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will be in attendance according
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recalled
big effort of this kind by any projects that Sigma Alpha is to Paul Joseph, president Some of the jury, includingthe Smith them after Morning Clouts:
other organization. The Omega undertaking under his administration of the Miami chapterand foreman, admitted they jury and questioned 9 o.m. to 12 p.m.
illiterate. During the one Williams complained of the Evening Classes
men solicited memberships and pledged continued host group. were
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I ; 5 '!J OMe, .iaRMo Observes Founders .Dav ; ? LEGAL NOTICE SOUTH DADE NEWSBy I

On< "'Sunday;'Nov. '14-' l"6" Sorors Sadie Johnson: Alze-: -.-. Notice is hereby given Mrs. Susie Williams
sorors of Gamma Deltaslgma Tina Pinkney and Eugenia Wil were presented to Soror Gwen lately following the vesper that I, Eddie Hemphill, who
of Sigma Gamma liams. dolyn Cherry; First Negro Woman service a Fellowship Hour was convicted in Criminal
Sorority chapter and many friends The dynamic vesper speaker Attorney in Dade County; was held at the spacious home Court of Dade County, Florida
Rho was introduced Soror Hazel Troy, promotionas of Soror Mable Barlow. Here at the February term thereof -
gathered at the Range Funeral Verneka Silva who by time-Soror District Director; Miss friends joined Sigmas in chit A. D, 1960 of the offense
gave
Home to pay'' tribute to their ly highlights of the beliefs Mary Gardens, Scholarship chat and eating for an enJoy- of Aggravated Assault will
Founders. The 43rd Anniversary and words of the Rev. J. B. Winner of 1965; Mrs. Athalie able evening. Truly you can apply for clemency to the
observance was an impressive Rangefirst Negro Woman of Pardons, Tal-
Blacknell, pastor of St. James Candidate say as the other Greek organ- State Board
and consecrated AME Church. Rev. Blacknell for City Commissionerand izations and friends worship- lahassee, Florida, at its next
Vesper Service. Decorated made an two copies of the book, ped with us-Sigma is Great-; regular meeting.
to the
with tea roses colors of blue of Gamma Delta Sigma savors Chapter Outstanding Women of America Thanks to our Founders. Signed: Eddie HemphillNov.
and yellow and the sorority to continue their efforts of- to the librarian of *B. T. 5", 12, 19, 26START
insignia added much to the atmosphere greater service to the Washington High School and
corns
the service. Anti- Northwestern.The
of I
munity. He also urged them to
basileus, Mable Barlow open- cling two youth groups of
together as sisters and FASHION SHOW BY WOMEN
ed the service by reading the share each others burdens. Liberty City and Coconut WORK TODAY!!
"Call to Women" which was Gamma Delta Sugma Grove were presented becauseof OFSTrdAMESAME A Public Service Over
Chapter
followed by the hymn A sorors were urged to follow the their outstanding efforts in 20 Years
Mighty Fortress Is Our God. path that their Founders had the Voters Campaign to elect "Holiday Forecast" is the Live In Mold{ .
Soror Coretha Bawl 'gave the paved. Mrs. Athalie Range. theme for a fashion show to be Cooks Bus Boys
meditation and prayer. Soror These timely remarks were The Greek Medley was held Nov. 20 in the Tearoomat Dishwashers Porters Jerell Cleveland, 17yearold
Eunice Liberty, basileus of followed by a solo, "If With beautifully played by Soror 3:30 p.m. Fashions, models Gas Station Drivers graduate of Mays High,
Gamma Delta Sigma chapter All Your Hearts" from Elisha Sadie Johnson who also serv- and luncheon will be furnished Hotel & Home Molds successfully completes the
occasion. She toldof ed As she We Your Management Specialist Courseat
gave the by Felix Mendelson by Rich- as organist. playedthe by Burdine's. The admissionis Appreciate
be ginning of Sigma Gamma Business Amarillo Air Force Base.
the all
ard Dunn. Sigma's hymn sorors $1.50. Mrs. Marie Floyd is
Sorority and I its After completing this
Rho many course
Homage was paid to our voices blended: beautifully as in charge and tickets may be @
She also he got a chance to ruturn to
accomplishments. Q
founders when Soror Arthurine they sang heartily.The purchased from any the mem- ; FR 98382MN.E.Sth
the objectives of the tr Miami. He resides at 10412
gave Strapp read "An
Ode To Our vesper service was bers of the Women's Day Com- .
sorority and how we strive to "This SW now on his
Founders. J
accomplish these aims. Ad- acknowledgement concluded by the singing of mittee of St. James AME .r l Street way Vandenberg Air ForceBase
indicate: r the high esteem Faith of Our Fathers. Immed Church. California. Immediately
much to the sacred ser-
ding held for those who car- following graduation Clevelandwas
vice was the rendition of-Eternal ried the beacon light in previous stationediat Lackland Air
Father Strong to Save by years.. Special awards : Force Base and later transferred -

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Sunday morning, Nov. 21

Rev. Lena RossBISHOP ri the ah Home Baptist Mission Church of will MtMo meetat -

the home of Sister Hattie
OF THE VINEYARD ARCH CHURCH AND Conley. Sister Ceola Bruton,

I Spiritual Advisor,and helper In all walks I of life. our president, is ill. Sunday
night at the church there will
SPECIAL NOTICE: be a sermon given by a white

Grand opening of new location on Thanksgiving Day, minister, who is :Rev. Longs

IH Thursday, Nov. 25 thru Friday and Saturday. Serving hear friend.this Everyone minister.come out and

the public with a blessed 3 day picnic. Old fashion

HH Georgia seasoned barbecue ribs and other food. 50<

IM 75< & $1.00 per plate. Plenty of parking space. CENTERVILLA
Corner N.W. 63rd St. & 19th Ave. 6249 N.W. 19th Ave. KINDERGARTEN

Old address remains the same until Thanksgiving.
5861 H.W. 17TH AVENUE

My God Can Do Anything Regular office hours 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. CERTIFIED PERSONNELHOT
Special Bless Meeting Sun. 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. LUNCHES

Phone: 696.2379
They came in wheel chairs. They were ; PICK-UP SERVICE

paralyzed. They were carried in. They REGISTER NOW
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were dying when they came for prayerl! 691-1196 OR 695-3302
FOR RENT TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO
Brother Frisby was sent directly from God 2 bedroom duplex. $25 v wk.* FOR RENTFURHISHED CHURCH SUNDAY Mrs. R. E. Copeland, Sup.

to bring signs and wonders to the multi- Stove & refrigerator. 3440
N.W. 11th Ct. -
tudes to shake the land by God's dynamic DUPLEX
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power. I believe this is the end time II 2 bedroom duplex. $22.50 1 bedroom each. $20 week.
ministry. IIH wk.1537 N.W.Stove 54th& St.refrigerator._ pet$75 I.month, adults only No BUY A HOME TODAY

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Report 1 bedroom houses. $16-$20 HI 6-0647 FR 3-3115
wk. EVENINGS: 2 bedroom, 1 bath, carport, CBS, loaddd with
CALL NE 4-0942 extras. FHA. Value $12,500. $400 down. No
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3206 N.W 17th Avenue James Smalls.
Hrs 633.2429

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HOUSE FOR RENT 641 N.W. 65th STREET

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(Omega Psi Phi Fraternity,Inc. civic wprker and businessman superintendent of Dade after an all-Negro jury last "At the end of the deliberations Judge Smith declared the
,observed its annual Achievenment received the Citizen of County schools will address confusion set in,"
mistrial
found case a
Florida. State officers and week in East Naples, on Oct. 14, a
Week Program Sunday the Year Award outstanding members of Alpha Phi Alpha him innocent and guilty of in- said Angus Lawson Jr. "We day after Clyde L. Hibbler
tNov.. 14 at the Hampton House services. Brother Willie Le- Fraternity at a banquet Nov.27,, terferring with telephone ser- told Melt Williams to sign any- pleaded guilty on the same
ina banquet setting. The pro- wis received the coveted at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel. vice. thing he wanted to. I don't charge.
gram was largely attended by Omega Man of the Year Award Some 150 members repre- know if he signed the 'guilty' Casting aside all legal tan.
ithe! brothers, wives sweet- presented annually for outstanding senting 12 graduate and two Last July 21 the all-Negro or 'not-guilty' verdict. I didn't gles, the state now
hhearts and friends. ThisJoar' service to the frater- undergraduate chapters scat jury was selected to try ThomasM. know he couldn't read or D'Andrea of tampering accuses
t theme "America's nity. The Chapter was tered throughout the state will with the
) was pre- D'Andrea 25, for damageto write. wires on April 24, 27
and 29.
Responsibility for the Deve- sented its Lifetime Membership be on hand for the two-day phone wires in the theft of found him

'lopment of Human Talent." Mrs.Plaouc Valdez iii the Murray NAACP.of convention beginning Nov. 26. 24 miles of Inter-County Tele-guilty"I,"thought said Aloneo we Howard, TO, '. .
The was.highlight- A Dynamic AlphaThroughUnity lines along the Tamiami
program phone when the
Zeta Phi Beta "and was surprised
ed by a masterful speech by guest soloist on Sorority the program.was vention and theme.Action Herbert is the con-E. Trail near Monroe Station. clerk read he was not guilty." BE A NURSE'S AIDE

Donald Wheeler Jones presi- Brother King Rankin ols, The six-man jury believedto Schaubof i THE IDEAL SCHOOL FORTRAINING
dent of the local Dade County Starks state director from Ft. State Attorney Frank I
Chapter of NAACP. His rendered a selection. Delightful Lauderdale, will preside dur- be the first of its kind in Bradenton had left the court- NURSES' AIDES
speech was centered around dinner music was suppliedby ing business sessions. Na- Florida, was chosen, defense room and was not present to
the Achievement Week theme. Brother Charles Baker. tional Vice president, Dewey attorney Earnest W. Yocom of question the decision as 2380 West Flogl.r Stress
lie congratulated Sigma Alphafor from Bessemer Ala. Miami said,to avoid frictions, D'Andrea was discharged. Call for Information and forbrochures
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the work done 444-4637
outstanding and several other national of- after he saw that four memberswere or
by the Chapter. He further Basileus presided. He out- Negroes. Circuit Judge Harold S. 443.9741Morning
stated that this was the first lined many of the worthwhile ficers will be in attendance according Smith recalled members of the
big effort of this kind by any projects that Sigma Alpha is to Paul Joseph, pre. Some of the jury includingthe them after Classes:
other organization. The Omega undertaking under his administration sident of the Miami chapterand foreman, admitted they jury and questioned 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
illiterate. During the one Williams complained of the Evening Classes:
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men solicited membershipsfor and pledged continued host group.Members were
f the NAACP. A total of effort to the Civil Rights of the local chapter hour and 45 minute deliberation confusion among them.A 7 to 10 p.m.
'200 new memberships were cuase by the Chapter. Omegais Alpha-Bettes (Alpha wives they were confused, but motion to repoll the jury REGISTER NOW FOR NEW
solicited by the Brothers totaling challenging other fraternal will serve as hostesses for reached a guilty decision. for a true verdict was filed by CLASSES
some $500. This was organizations to become activein the annual meeting being held However the foreman signedthe Schaub, but he later decidedto ..
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___ ..__...........-..,. THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday.. November 19.. 1965. 11

I ',0 i UJJ i raor, ;GiMMa, Kho Obsirvts Founders Dav LEGAL NOTICE SOUTH -DADE- -NEWS I

On ''Sunday-Nov. '14?' C 6Dm. '-Sorors"'Sadie Johnson; Abe: Notice is hereby given By Mrs. Susie William
sorors of Gamma Deltasigma lina Pinkney and Eugenia Wil- were presented to Soror Gwen lately following the vesper that I, Eddie Hemphill, who
of Sigma Gamma liams. dolyn Cherry; First Negro Woman service a Fellowship Hour was convicted in Criminal
Sorority chapter and many friends The dynamic Attorney in Dade County; was held at the spacious homeof Court of Dade County, Florida
vesper speaker -
Rho was introduced Soror Hazel Troy, promotionas Soror Mable Barlow. Here at the Februaryterm there.
gathered at the Range Funeral Verneka Silva who by time.Soror District Director; Miss friends joined Sigmas in chit of. A. D. 1960 of the offenseof
gave
Home to pay'' tribute to their ly highlights of the beliefs Mary Gardens, Scholarship chat and eating for an enjoy- Aggrevated Assault will I
FoundeTs. The 43rd i impressive and words of the Rev. J. B. Winner of 1965; Mrs. Athalie able evening. Truly you can apply for clemency to the
sary observance was an Blacknell, pastor of St. James Rangefirst Negro Woman Can- say as the other Greek organ- State Board of Pardons Tal-
and consecrated AME Church. Rev. Blacknell didate for City Commissionerand izations and friends worshipped lahassee, Florida, at its next
Vesper Service. Decoratedwith made two copies of the book, with us-Sigma is Great-; regular meeting.
an a to the
tea roses colors of blue of Gamma Delta Sigma sorors Chapter Outstanding Women of America Thanks to our Founders. Signed: Eddie Hemphill 4r
and yellow and the sorority to continue their efforts of to the librarian of 'B. T. Nov. 5, 12, 19, 26
insignia added much to the atmosphere greater service to the cormmunity. Washington High School and
of the service. Anti- He also urged them to Northwestern.The I
basileus, Mable Barlow open. cling two youth groups of FASHION
together as sisters and SHOW BY WOMENOF
ed the service by reading the share each others burdens. Liberty City and Coconut TART WORK TODAY!!
"Call to Women" which was Gamma Delta Sugma Chapter Grove were presented becauseof STJAMES; AME A Public Service Over
followed by the hymn A sorors were urged to follow the their outstanding efforts in 20 Years
Mighty Fortress Is Our God. path that their Founders had the Voters Campaign to elect "Holiday Forecast" is the Live In Mold I .
Soror Coretha Bawl gave the paved. Mrs. Athalie Range. theme for a fashion show to be Cooks Bus Boys
meditation and prayer. Soror These timely remarks were The Greek Medley was held Nov. 20 in the Tearoomat Dishwashers Porters Jerell Cleveland, 17yearold
Eunice Liberty, basileus of followed by a solo, "If With beautifully played by Soror 3:30 p.m. Fashions, models Gas Station Driven graduate of Mays High,
Gamma Delta Sigma chapter All Your Hearts" from Elishaby Sadie Johnson who also serv- and luncheon will be furnishedby Hotel & Home MaidsWe successfully completec the
gave the occasion. She told Felix Mendelson by Rich- ed as organist. As she playedthe Burdine's. The admissionis Appreciate Your Management Specialist Courseat
of Sigma Gamma Business Amarillo Air Force Base.
of the beginning ard Dunn. Sigma's hymn all sorors $1.50. Mrs. Marie Floyd is
Rho Sorority and its many Homage was paid to our voices blended beautifully as in charge and tickets may be After completing this course
accomplishments. She also founders when Soror Arthurine they sang heartily.The purchased from any: the mem- j .FR 9-8382 he got a chance to ruturn to
objectives of the Miami. lie resides
gave the Strapp read "An Ode at 10412
To Our vesper service was bers of the Women's Day Com- 1
and how'we strive to SW 173rd St. lie is now his
sorority Founders."This on
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acknowledgement
concluded
the of mittee of
by singing St. James AME Street
11N.E.5th way to Vandenberg Air Force
these aims. Adding
accomplish indicate: t the high esteem Faith of Our Fathers. Immed- Church. I Base, California. Immediately
much to the sacred ser-
held
for those who car- following graduation Clevelandwas
vice was the rendition of Eter- ried the beacon light in previous stationed Lackland Air
to Save by '-
nal Father Strong years. Special awards Force Base and later transferred
to Amarillo Air Force'

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the Home Mission of MtMo
Rev. lena RossBISHOP
M riah Baptist Church will meetat

OF THE VINEYARD ARCH CHURCH AND Conley.the home Sister of Ceola Sister Bruton Hattie,

__ Spiritual Advisor,and helper in all walks of life. our president, is ill. Sunday
i i"believable iB iM night at the church there will
i SPECIAL NOTICE: ;. be a sermon given by a white
k iH Grand opening of new location on Thanksgiving Day, minister, who is :Rev. Long's,
ii Thursday, Nov. 25 thru Friday and Saturday. Serving"" friend. Everyone come out and
hear this minister.
the public with a blessed 3 day picnic. Old fashion

Georgia seasoned barbecue ribs and other food. 50{

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Corner N.W. 63rd St. & 19th Ave. 6249 N.W. 19th Ave. KINDERGARTEN

Old address remains the same until Thanksgiving.
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They came in wheel chairs. They were ;; Phone: 696-2379 PICKUP SERVICE

paralyzed. They were carried in. They M REGISTER NOW

were dying when they came for prayer! M 691.1196 OR 696-3302
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bring signs and wonders to the multi- Stove & refrigerator. 3440 8SWWM* *< gg
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On Sunday morning regard- ,. 1 1 attention of the assembly. Mrs.
: wv;; .i.:'iy, The 21st annual Woman'sDay
less to the condition of the
i j InstitutionalAME Claudia Dullart, president of
j weather all roads will lead at St. Paul
to
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Church was truly a day the St. Paul AME Church choir lass.
the New St. James AME Church ofCoconutGrovesang
of events on Sunday past. Mrs. No. 2
1845 NW 65th St. Everyone is
Dana Dorsey Chapman, the with her group and brought
the au YETTE'S
invited to and spend PRATT.
come .
TEMPLE HAS SUCCESSFUL comfortable speaker of the day delivered great praises for heir church."
in and I
day our new
Torn McGahec a
address "0 Black little Miss SPEAKER
WOMAN'S DAY edifice. an elegant ANMVERSARY ,
I bubble of sunshine, sang
Woman, Great is Thy Faith.
In this oration Mrs. Chapmantook ""Amen" and "May The Good
The observance Woman's !
us front the days of antiquity Lord Bless and Keep You"without

Day was successful both through the present inibition, and to the

spiritually and financially.A I'P time, and into the future with delight of her listeners. Miss
seating capacity
congregation her deliberation on the trials, Peggy Jones, a protege of Mrs.
was in attendance duringthe
endeavors and successes .of Bethenia White's sang with I
morning worship service, ran
women-black women. She wa. such volume and splendor that
and Mrs. Irene Brown delivereda
---'- ___ ___ graciously accepted by the applause rang out without re
message that was challenging JESSIE SMITH (congregation, as her deliverance -straint. This youngster is

and impressive. She was was factual, enlighteningand blessed with a beautiful path
introduced by Mrs. Lillian morning program are the guest it
spiritual. Although was ahead of het. The junior choir
Williams. choir of St. Paul AME of Coconut
j far from the usual sermontypeit of St. Paul, led by Miss Annie
The devotion led by Mrs. Grove Selections by the
it
j received many an amen, Branham and Miss Shirley
Mrs. Virginia Grant ,of Mt. female of the Southland
group caused many a tear to come, Cooper blended three sweet
Olivette and the invocationby
Singers, and many women from and it brought pride to its listeners thatstimulatcd the heart.Miss .
Mrs. M. E. Culmer createda songs
various churches in Dade and
revitalized pride choir
that Delores II alina,
spiritual atmosphere' that Broward Counties carrying out is| needed for all Negroes. her
so director of the day. put
in evidence
was through out the order of service.
j Mrs. Chapman set a precedentfor best foot forward with her ability

the day. The afternoon edition of the j St. Paul, as she is the firstWoman's to produce.Mrs. .
The feature of the evening promises to be a treat with
day in this #'
service was a musical and services rendered by the Day speaker Mollie Parham, the Pratt will
being edifice for which the Mrs. I. G. be the
new pas Woman's chairman
literary program sponsored by ANN SMITH congregation of Kendall Methodist ,tor, Rev. T. C.Kelly. labored very first Day morning speaker Sunday, Nov.
the Woman's Chorus, Mrs. received honors; Miss
Church led by Pastor The membership of the 21 at services celebrating the
Verne strachan, director- Our chairman. Mrs. Ann
organist, with Mrs. A. Clarkas Smith and Co-chairman, Mrs- (begins at 3 church is proud to have presented for having submitted the largest 53rd anniversary of the Mt.
p.m.Climaxing her.Among Olivette Baptist Church 1450
M.C. financial report from the ,
Jessie Smith, along with the what is expectedto
The annual presentationfrom the distinguishedguests captains and Mrs., Patsy Mc- NW 1st Court.
steering committee have exerti i be a big day Is our evening ,
the Silent Workers was ed all efforts toward making musical program where a.: tribute who heard her were Clendon, the general chairman Her lifetime membershiphas

made to Mrs. Remelda Poitier this the best Woman's Day in by Miss Sylvia Ginwrightto Commissioner Kennedy and for the day, was pleased to been given to the serviceof

and Mrs. G. McClain by Mrs. "Mayor" Charles Hadley. the church and its organize
the history of the church. ( all captains will be made have lived through the ectasyof
B. Hart. She in return was Our for the it all. A chairman 20 tions. The public is requested
guest speaker proud
and the crowning of the Queen The evening program was
listen
given a surprise recognitionby to come out or in on
morning worship is Mrs. Lee- among the captains. 'another event in itself. This years ago, a proud chairman

her co-workers which was nette Pennington, aq instructor Some of the participants for service was highlighted by the last Sunday, and a day filled WMBM at 12:30 p.m. and hear
presented by Miss Elsie Doug- Mt. Olivette's history.,
las. in the Dade County Public for thisserviceare the St. Paul musical talents of Miami. Mrs. with blessings it was for The church organized

Chairman Mary Saunders School System and a prominent AME choir of Miami, Allapat- Harolean Story, Mrs. Willie Mae everyone. The total amount was
and the first edifice built
and Co-chairman A. McDonald member of Hurst Chapel AME tab Junior High School Glee Ceasor and Miss Cherry Ann raised on this fund-raising day by
the
wish to thank all captains, C Church.: Mrs. Pennington is Club, Mrs. Valdez Murray, New Mills were among the individual at St. Paul was $7.901 with speaker's father, the late
Dr. S. A. who
members and guests from the noted for holding her audience Macedonia Baptist Church and adult talents who held the others to report. Sampson, was
its pastor for 39 years. The incumbent -
various churches for their spellbound with very interesting j Mt. Zion AME Church of Opa- -- is the
Rev.
pastor
very fine cooperation, and the and informative thoughts.We locka. WOMAN'S DAY AT ST. C. Mickins.
WOMEN OF IT. HEIIIUI HAD|II.
have heard Mrs. Pen-
.advertisers with will be
and patrons who Worshipping us
helped to make possible the nington speak on other occa- ,the CharmettesChapman Board MATTHEWS A VICTORIOUS DAY

sions and want to share with ,of Bethel AME Church, facultyof
success. the public this very talented TRINITY CME CHURCH
Dunbar Elementary School The men of Mt. Hermon

All the captains did a fine gift for which she is known and the Starlight Savings Club who had their day last July 511 NW 4th Street

job, but Mrs. Ellen Wallace Some of the highlights of the and the Las Amigo Social Club. and said to the women,we will Rev. C. C. Cowsen, pastor
and her group raised the highest Mrs. Iva -
wait and see what you arc Smith reporter

amount, $203.50. Mrs. Bir- SALTER'S CHAPEL GRACE PRESBYTERIANWe going to do. Well the men The Stewardess Boards are

die Hunter, chairman of the were there and they saw a day celebrating their anniversarieson

decoration committee, sup- Rev II. J. Benson, pastor congratulate again Mrs. >f excellency.The Nov. 28. They are invitingmany

plied the flowers and did most Flossie Marshall, reporterOn Gwendolyn Clarke, chairman guest speaker for the of the various clubs

of the work almost single- last Sunday night along the Steering Committee and the morning Mrs. Maeola J. Monroe deacons and stewardess

handed. with the pastor Sailer's Chapel congregation and friends for k of Ft. Lauderdale had her boards to come out and worship -

rendered service at Mt. helpi ng our 17th Church Anni- audience spell bound in awe with them in one of their

MACEDONIA BAPTIST Zion in Opa-locka. Also at St. versary celebration to be a some wonder as she analyzedthe services. I am sure you will

Matthew Freewill Baptist, success. subject: The Role of Women witness a great program. We

3515 Douglas Road Rev. Woodley, pastor. This Sunday is Thanksgiving $ in an Integrated Society.At have a great many talents

You are cordially invitedto We are looking forward to i Sunday. In the morning sere the organ was Mrs. Alice from some of t he greatest

our pastor's anniversary. And vice we will ask members to Johnson who seemed to have
worship with us on Sundayat churches of the c.'i.The.
its closing Sunday night. To contribute to the project of made dreams come true, as
all our services. The occa- morning speaker will be Sis.
sion: Our annual Woman's Day take part will be the Rev. giving thanksgiving donationsto she played heavenly music Louise Clark from the Churchof

Wiggins Thursday night and our sick and shutins. The \, and Mrs. Ernestine Hamilton
celebration. Mrs. M. Athalie God in Christ Rev. Janlh
Rev. Smith Friday night. The deacons are in charge of this was at the piano to coordinate Cohen
will be the
Range morning pastor.
Rev. Cooper and his membersof Thanksgiving project. Also Sunday Nov. 21 marks
speaker and Mrs. Elizabeth every melody as the combinedNo. Soloists will be Mrs. Ida
Brownsville'Baptist will be after the service we will have 'the Ninth annual observanceof 1 and 2 Choirs sang. M. Crowder of Mt. Tabor
Virrick will speak in the af Hap
ternoon. with us. We are asking all our a meeting to elect or nomina < Woman's Day at St. Matt- tist Church and Mrs Lillie I

friends to come and help us ting committee. I hews Baptist Church 361 NW Every person who partici-
Mae Johnson
of
Mrs. Hettie B. Brunt Is the MetropolitanAME.
celebrate this occasion. Din- This Sunday at 7 p.m. the 17th St. During the 11 a.m. pated was ready as the .
general chairman and Rev. J. Invocation will be by
A. F. Finlayson is the pastor. ner will be on sale at the Thursday evening Bible Class service, Mrs. W. K. Smith, day was beautiful with its Mrs. Elizabeth Mitchaell from

church Nov. 20. Come and enjoy will present a devotional wife of the pastor of Greater glorious sunshine. The soloist St.
Please come over to Mace- Mary's I n Church<<:
yourself. on the! highlights of 1 Bethel Baptist Church. Opa Mrs. Valsez Murray set the Many others will be present.At .

donia and help us. Mrs. MabelL. Members don't forget Mrs. prom k of Acts. Members and |Lock will be the guest pace with the number "111 3 p.m. Rev. C. H. Smith

Scott, secretary of the Woman's Glenn is asking all membersto friends are encourage to attend walk with God." The even- and congregation of JardxiGrove
speaker. Because of her reputation brought by
Day ing message was
program. come and go next Thursdayto both the morning and ev-
Missionary
.------ for delivering highly our Mrs. Inez Anderson, who Baptist are
Fort Lauderdale. The bus ening festivities. in charge. You
will miss
spiritual we arc seemed to have said I a
MT. CALVARY BAPTIST messages must
will leave the church at 9:30 On Monday evening at 8:15 treat if you fail to witness'
looking forward to having a make a climax and so she did
for the conference. p.m. Nov. 22 we will give a this
1612 NW 5th Court great program.A .
wonderful time. The public is address
with her queenly to
Rev. S. Atchison service of worship at the St. thought for the
pastor cordially invited. day The
ladies.
the ,
---- Paul
AME Church
at NW 19th business of .
The No. One usher board the Christian fellowship
Ave., and 51st Terr. Rev. T.
will celebrate its anniversary ST. JAMES AME CHURCHThe is to tell the good
C. Kelly, pastor.On Every board, every club, of
beginning Thursday night, news Jesus.
weatherman said that class
seemed
leader
to
Nov. 18 at 8 p.m. with a musi- Thursday, ThanksgivingDay every Mrs. Bessie Anderson and
there is no rain in sight.lt will will have have had hut one aim and that
we a morning
cal program. The celebrationwill / 1|Mrs. Essie Whitaker i-
,
be humid and dry. There will I service at 8 ajn. was to succeed and so when pres
conclue Nov. 21 3 I(dents.
p.m be dew falling on your car at all of the talent beauty and N/20
Rev. Foster will deliver the
night causing it to look streakyand MT. TABOR BAPTISTRev. charm had vanished, the chair
anniversary
sermon. dirth. Usher Board NO. 3 man. Mrs. Daisy Keys was the
will conclude Nov. 21 3
p.m. will save you the chore of get P. S. Brown, minister victor over the cochairman NEW ITT. MORIAH BAPTIST

ting all wet and soggy. Mem- Dessie Crockett, reporter Mrs. Ruhyc Williams.Thctotal

SHILOH BAPTIST bers of the board will wash The entire membership is raised fur tnj day was 4210. 6700 NW 14th Ave

your car for you on the church asked by the pastor to worshipat Mrs Inch Gay, presided most Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastorS

,Re A. M.. Griffin, pastor grounds all day Saturday. Take Mt. Olivette Baptist Sunday gracefully all day and gave s. Evelyn L. Floyd, reporter

Sis. C. L. Mylesreporter your car there, or perhaps, you Nov. 21, 3 p.m. great praise to all the ladies

There will be a dinner sale may want someone to pick it The Annual Friends Day r rvht.i for a job well done. Services were as usual Sun-

Saturday given by the Willing up, shampoo it and return it. will be held at Mt. Tabor the day,with Sunday School at 9:30

Workers Club arsthe horoe of The men guarantee you a satisfactory fourth Sunday, Nov. 28 at 3 +' '" Bro. Roy Souter, Supt. 11 a.m.

Sister Susie Rollc, 1766 NW job. Get your car washed p.m. sponsored by the Deaconess Mrs. Lucille Moore- our pastor came to us with
Saturday at 1845 NW 65th ,memberof
52nd St. Hoard.Christmas CHOICE LOCATION food to feast
Zion Hill Baptist Church, on for the week.

Sunday, 3 p.m. the Browns- St.OES practice is being'will deliver the evening mes !Beautiful Home 6:45 our own Rev. Jackson
vlffe United Choirs Union is held at the church Monday and
THANKSGIVING DINNER sage. A beautician by profession brought the
sponsoring Mock White House Thursday at 5 until 6 p.m. Mrs. Moore is well knownas 258 NW 39th St We message.

Tea. The No. 2 choir is a AND PROGRAM a staunch Christian and 4 bedroom. 2 bath, 2 car are so happy to have
member of the Union. Tye tea Bro. &Sis. Holmes from Michigan -
choirster. Come well and
FIRST BAPTIST out at 7:30to garage pump,wall
will be held at Brownsville Seminole Chapter No 17, hear her. to wall carpeting sundeck back with us.

Junior High School, 4899 NW OES, is having its annual Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor This year's chairman, Mrs. and city sewers Ideal for No. 1 Choir is having a

24th Ave. We are looking for Thanksgiving dinner and program Mrs. Donella Turner, reporter Elizabeth Russell and Co- who large family or for those Rummage Sale at the church

ward to seeing you. Nov. 26, 8 p.m. at the Chairman Mrs. Creola like to entertain See Nov.
Ferguson sat. 27.
We
it are asking
visit and The annual Men's today or call
Remember to pray Masonic Temple, 1742 NW 3rd Day anniversary are working hard to
very
for the sick and shutins. Sis. Ave. Sis. Hattie Nottage, W.M.. Sunday, Nov. 28. achieve a goal which will PL 7 6573 Owner all members and friends to stop

Adell Mosley, Mother Ethel I Bro. Curtis Jones, W.P.Gwen, We invite you to worship withus substantially help our church's Dec. 4 by and shop around, you mightsee

''Smith and others. dolyn Jones, reporter. aech Sunday. building find. something of use.

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14.. THE ,MIAMI.. TIMES., Friday., .. November 19. 1965 ..
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7-12 YMCA Seminar on UN
Former Carver YMCA Secretary and World Affairs Educationone 24 HOURS
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; ( of speakers) New York;
II Nov. 12-16, arrival in 'Miami

; I L i Returns From Africa ; ;, .' by Oa.EA Nov.; Nov.1718.16-17,Savannah Atlanta,; JOEY CLEMENTS

.._n.... n_.,..m. m.mn. ." .._p .......__...._- "- ._ ---- ,.; Nov.; 18-19, Knoxville, Tenn.;;
t Moses L. Perry YMCA started, and in the first membership K.Y., before accepting the Nov. 20-23, Summit, N.J.; Nov'. GRAY SECURITY SERVICE
World Service Fraternal Secretary campaign held. Jinji World Service assignment in 23-30, New York. 301 ROPER BUILDING
,is back in North Americaon now serves as the center for Uganda.He .
a furlough. He brings with community activities. has a son, Moses jr., INVESTIGATION DIVISION)
him a first-hand account of three daughtersMozella.Kettv,. The Perrys hope to arrive (
pioneering YMCA work in With the help of Mr. Perry,.erine and Shirley. home in Miami on Dec. 1 and
Uganda.Mr. another Y was established in expect to remain through the CIVIL CRIMINAL INSURANCE SECURITY
Perry arrived in Uganda May this year at Mbarara, His itinerary follows: No. month for rest. -
in 1962 when that African about 216 miles from Jinji. It' 5, arrived at New York; Nov.
country gaines t its indepen Is the third in the country. The r
dence. He was assigned to first was organized by Dan

help launch a YMCA in Jinji.Uganda's Taylor, a North American who EVERGREEN MEMORIAL PARK, Special notice for
second largest city went to Uganda a year before
and the industrial center of Perry. 1 regular Thursday visitors. Effective only for THIS
the nation. A Floridian by birth and'a PLAYING! Thursday, November 25, 1965.
graduate oC Florida A&M University -
Like Y secretaries the
world over, Perry started Perry had ten years BINO/E M THEATRE Instead of being open on Thursday which is our
I without builcing,'equi knent o f experience as executive sec- HHB0HHBJKEPHLLEyUEPresmti usual practice, THIS thursday will be a joyous Thanks-
staff. In a few months a building retary of the Carver Branchof giving Day holiday for employees (November 25.)
the YMCA in Miami, and
(
was donates i as temporary also served SANOSB& The gates will be closed, no burials, with the
headquarters in the center of as executive sec
the town and active program retary with the Y in Lexington usual police patrol on watch during the holiday.H. .
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meets Friday night Nov. 19 I
Rudy Flowers is the newest j
at the Masonic Hall- All members addition to the sales force of 1
please be and a**
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*time.********** drinks the sensational-Orange Rock new Lemon wine \): WHITMAN.STANLEY BAKER SUSANNAH YORK iEOOORE BIIU I DINNERS:PARTIES' WEDDINGS I
Rock and Lime Rock. Rudy is '
The West Hollywood Club busy lining up entries in the JOHN WAYNE BRANDON de WILDE BABY PICTURES A SPECIALTY
will hold its first annual dance, "Miss Rock" contest that I- KIRK DOUGLAS Jill HAWOR I
Wednesday night, Nov. 24 at ,. I
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offers $700 in prizes. See ad PATRICIA HEAL DANA ANDREWS
the Big Bamboo Club in Hal-
on page 2. House of Photo
landale from 9 p.m. until 2 IIIf! mJ TONI TRYON &HENRY FONDA '
a.m. Music by Eddie and his graphy photo. IMaVH PAULA PRENT1SS I SU100"IDS e! I
Interns. Donation $1.25. .., ,. i; : ; HYRS .
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Mr. and Mrs. James Cutler, ST. MARY'S W.M. CHURCHRev. GALA THANKSGIVING SHOW 12" fQI ,
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relatives and friends who gave Miss Dorothy .Major reporterWe .a I II III
such lovely Rifts on their wedding /J1IU1I_ ;
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si. members and friends not to 1186 HW
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********** Arabia will speak for us Sunday -
morning. ; 635-4748 I
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celebrate their anniversaryNov.
Department: is giving a fallmusical .
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please come out and enjoya night was well attendedand
relaxing afternoon. enjoyed by all. Why Not HaveDelivered
Refreshment, freewill offer. Number 2 Choir will fur-
ing. Mrs. Mattie Allen presi nished music Sunday morningand
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THE MIAMI.TIMES.. .Friday, November 19, 1965 15
MATTHEW FREEWILL CHURCH OF CHRIST ONE OF OUR SPEAKERS -RECOGNITION- DAY-AT A. Swenson.- HO, will be pre-
sented by George Jones.
BAPTIST (SCIENTIST) THE REMARKABLE WOMAN COUNTY CHILDREN'S HOMEOn The master of ceremonies
1600
NW 54th Street will be one of the boys. The
2014 N.W. 5th Court What Is relationship be- Sunday, Nov.. 21 at>3:45 Harmonize of Cottage Ten

unday was HomecomingS tw en Ood and Man? How does MRS. ATHALIE RANGEAt p.m. Recognition Day will be will give two selections. Mrs.
I Services spiritually it help us overcome sin and observed at the Dade County L. Richardson will conduct
I. Our pastor brought us disease? These are some of Children's Home in Kendall. Recognition. Prayers will be
[morning message subject. the question's to be exploredat Our Woman's Day The guest speaker will be Dr. given by Rev. Morris Elliott
!
I stand at the door Christian Science Churches -- ... -..-.. _
hold ------- -
T knock." lie preached ,out throughout the world this Sun-

|is soul. day. The subject is, "Soul PHILADELPHIA BAPTIST
\t 3 p.m. the Rev. Solomonhis and Body." All are welcometo WOOLWORTH'Sw
congregation were Injrge. attend services Sunday at
He spoke on the sub- 11 a.m., Wednesday at 8:00

I, "A Divine Helper." and use our Reading Room Mon .," ',............-...,-_ ..,. ,_... ....
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[ryone was ,uplifted by his day and Friday 13. Wed. 6 to J
Isage. We appreciate their 7:45. We also
welcome c
peration very much.jThe you to .
Benson and his our traditional Thanksgiving
Rev. Day service at 11 a.m. Nov.

[gregation He spoke were on in"The charge Lordy at 25. A special service of hymns: : [ :: f!

m.Shepherd." Those whoe scriptural lesson-sermon readings on ,"Thanks-prayer, a ; :ki p1HWK

| not present missed alit. giving and appropriate testis
Thanks to the choirs monials from the congregation.
L
ushers for their services.You -. ,
| are invited to attend It.: ';
third session of the United BON HOPE

bewill\ Baptist Church .
Rev, Paul Freeman ----- -- --
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MRS. ATHALIE RANGE MRS. LONNIE PITMAN
Elizabeth Jackson
jce B-Divison Nov. 2428. reporter
|n't forget to go to the Services were spiritually Afternoon Speaker Morning Speaker 3 .:. rS

lurch of your choice Sunday. high all day last Sunday. Our
iptism 7:30 a.m. Cars leave pastor preached out of his Victorious commissioner winner in the primary election,
f Virginia Beach. Be at the soul. and future commissioner this coming Tuesday in the runoff,
urch for transportation. Baptism Sunday morning at Mrs. Athalie Range will address all of Miami at the New Phi-
7:30. Everyone is asked to ladelphia Baptist Church, Sunday, Nov. 21 at 4:30 p.m. This
BAPTIST please stop by and buy a nice statement was made proudly by the Rev. William H. Washington >
BETHLEHEM breakfast. Dinners will also pastor and song and program stylist for the Range cam :w., <<
paign. The church is located at 420 N.W. 40th St. Following
be served.
1475 NW 58th TerraceRev. Stop by and buy a p
the there will be a RODEO-ROUND-UP TEA FOR
nice hot dinner. program
Oscar West, pastor 1
._ RANGE in the basement of the church. Come and see th e
|Mary T. Hopkins reporterThe -
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Rangers Round-up
officers and MT. TABOR
pastor
The morning service at 11 a.m. will prove nonetheless
mbers take this of
way The B.T.U.is sponsoring a exciting for the women have chosen ,the charming and gracious -
their friendsd
anking many Seasonal Rally which will terminate Mrs. Lonnie Pittman, principal of Poinciana Elementary
| well wishers for helpingto
on December 12 at 5 School, to be speaker. Mrs. Pittman who is loved and adoredby
make our Woman's Day
p.m. The captains are deacon all, will have much to tell the women and all of Miami about
{success, also special thanksour Lawyer for Winter Miss Croc this year's theme: "Women and Their Duties of Today."

speakers, Mrs. Maybell kett, Spring; Miss Ruby Sweet .. ._.. .. -
derson and Mrs. Hinesr
Betty ing, Summer and Mrs. A. Po
) their inspiring messages. well. The membership is ask WE PLACE ENGAGEMENT...
Choir No. 1 invites you to ed to please support this ef 4
I Sale at the home of Mr. and fort. DOSMETICS Mrs. Evangeline Lee Ed- : :: ,

rs. Ernest Walton, 3157 NW Pray for the sick and shut- Homes Hotels Store wards, 2010 NW 5th Ct. an- ..
1st St. There is also a Pew in members and friends and nounces the engagement of oa ., xtbTti }
ally Sunday morning, Nov. the bereaved during their hours NORTH MIAMI her daughter, Vera Albertha --AI
ll. of sadness. Lee to Johnny Lee Bvins, .
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 7 Px1.xWt%ivinVh: C2h i ; ka
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son of Mrs. Marion Bivins ,
EW MACEDONIA BAPTIST ST. PAUL AME CHURCHWest 111 1 NE I25TH STREET 433 N.W. 20th Terrace. Outstanding value!
7514551 The wedding is planned
Sunday on last Sundayere Palm Beach for December 25.
high and well attended. Rev. K. D. White Sr..pastor

he president, officers, mem" The mortgage on the par FASHIONABLE
|>ers and friends of choir No. sonage has been paid in full.

wish to thank each'and Trie.>1ortgage ijurning Service "DARLING'HOUSE ON LAKE"
veryone who {in'any' way will be held ,Sunday night
-upported them in their Battlef Nov.. 22 at 8 p.m. Bishop E. 100 N.W. 61TH STREETI

Songs with choir No. 2 of C. Hatcher presiding bishopof I FHA MTG. LOW MONTHLY ITALIAN SWEATERS
[Jreater New Bethel, Opa-locka the 11th Episcopal District
The Ushers Federation As- will be the guest speaker.In $400 DOWN

[Ury Delation's will be second held Sunday anniver-at the basem 1;. of follow the 2 bedrooms CBS, with lovely screened Fla room, hard. S Save2.29-Keg.
lacedonla. The speaker will church a banquet"w wood floors, reverse cycle air conditioner, wall to wall
honoring Bishop and Mrs. carpet In living and dining area. Garage,special power
e Rev. B. D. Coes of Fortauderdale.
. A most cordial in-'Hatcher and Pressing Elder motor that....keps the elec. bill down. Don't miss this Hand-knit cardigan beau-
MrV.'A. Williams.
and : A. one
I nation is extended to each of The public is invited.. ties of 90% wool, 10$ ny-
OUt 2310 N.W. 89TH TERRACE
lon. Fluffylight-but.warm
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WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTY_ Drive by then call us to see this truly extra special 3 tones, varigated and solid
bedroom, CBS on large completely fenced lot.
CUSTOM MADE colors. Raglan sleeves,

PLASTIC FURNITURE jJJ 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH mother-of-pearl buttons. each

SLIP COVERS $100 DOWN$11,500 TOTALSee Sizes small,medium,large.

CtYSTAl CLEAR this spotless well cared for home. Only $72 month.
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16 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, November 19. 1965
FRANCIS. CARD! OF THANKS,
HOUSE OF ALBERT. .

i .. Mrs. Rosa Newkirk, 432 Elliott Drake of 353 NW The family of the late

IJ NW 62nd St., died Nov. 8. She 22nd Lane. died Nov. 14. Sf r- JAMES ARTHUR DEMERITTE,

1 1t CARDS NlEMORI LS DEATHS was shipped to Smithville, Ga. vices on Saturday 1 p.m. at would like to ejtcnd their
for final rites. Survivors are a Friendship Baptist Church
sincere appreciation to all who
son, a daughter, seven grand with Rev. J. E. Jenkins offici- were so kind to them duringthe
children seven great grandchildren ating. Remains will repose in
CARD OF. THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn uncles and an aunt. the chapel beginning 3 p.m. on loss of their loved one.
I CARD OF THANKS .......... his Thanks for all forms of condolences
Iu Survivors include '
Fr day.
The family of the late loving memory of our The family, i of the late George Jones, 732 NW 6th wife Julia, A brother, Perry and expressions of

_"'__" ""' _..r_ ..._,. '-" dear mother and grandmother St., Hallandale, died Nov. 12. Drake, two daughters. sympathy, especially to Bis
I hop I. C. Mackey, the Churchof
LOVENIA BETHELwho Services were held Wednesday **********

departed this life Nov. 2 p.m. at St. Ruth Baptist Mrs. Margaret McKenzie God of Prophecy and the

18, 1951. Church in Dania. Survivors ,Munnings of 366C NW 24th St. Francis Funeral Home.

: ( are wife, Frances, a brother, died Nov. 11. Services Satur Mrs. Albertha Demeritte. wife
c) Let saints on earth in conceit three step-daughters, three 'day 2 p.m. at Temple Baptist And Family

I sing 'Church with Rev.L. A. Thopmson -
With those whose work is done; step-sons.
********** ; officiating. Remains will
For all the servants of our IRS. MARE JOHNSON DIES
KingIn Clyde Conner, 1818 NW i repose in the chapel beginning

4 r ; heav'n and earth 62nd Terr., died Nov. 14. Ar- 4 p.m. Friday. Survivors include -
are one.
rangements are incomplete. a daughter, Barbafa Jean
Rest eternal her 0
grant unto
********** Scott i ; two sisters, Mrs. Ellen
( Lord and let
light perpetual ,
1/ R Ramsey and Mrs. Flora McKenzie
shine upon her. May she rest Mrs. Ethel Williams, 1910
1 ; four brothers, Theo, Sig-
in peace. NW 72nd St., died Nov. 14.
gin, Luther and Emanuel McKenzie -
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Geraldine : t. Arrangements are incomplete.
Wright .
., :., '"" "y' ********** ; two grand children and
Margaret Clarke ,: 1i "; 4,' \
James Bethel A /1" "' ,,':;" l John Lewis, 430 NW 7th other relatives.
: **********
Cleveland Bethel r... Ave., died Nov. 14 in Pompano -
I of
Beach. Mrs. Jennie B. Jones
Berthrum Bethel
Monica AdderlyAnd ********** SOU' NW 23rd Ave., died Nov.

Grandchildren Mrs. Mary Wright, 2654 NW 13. Funeral services will be

I MRS. SUSIE HENDERSONwho BERTHA KNOWLES LEWIS 47th St., died Nov. 15. Chris- held Friday 2 p.m. in the chapel -
who departed this life October with Rev. Aaron D. Hall
departed this life Oct. tian Community Center Saturday -
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20, 1965 wish to express our PIOHEEH CITIZEN PASSES 25, 1965 wishes to express its 3 p.m.Don officiating. Survivors Bessie includetwo Grif-
eters Mrs.
sincere s ,
sincere thanks thanks and appreciation *********
to our many fith and Mrs. Julia P. Jacobs;
to all its friends
friends for cards', telegrams, neigh- Eddie Walker, 273 NW
brother James Dixon, a
bors and well wishers a ,
letters cars flowers and all who Deerfield Beach
1st Terr., brother-in-aw and other rela-
were so kind and
their kind thoughtful Services Wed.
gestures of sympath died Nov. 15.
during her illness tives. a
shown during our bereavement. lengthy and nesday. ...........
death. Special thanks to Rev.
**********
Special thanks to the entire S. A. Cousin, who was so atr Ser- Mrs. Edith M..graham of Mrs. Marie Johnson of 1429

staff of Jackson Memorial tentive during her confinement, Leroy Howard, 2370 1247 NW 62nd St. died Nov. NW 62nd St. dyad Oct. 13 at

Hospital, the pastor Elder R. Dr. J. K. Johnson, and the vice Road Services, Opa-locka, died. 9 in New York. Services were 11:51 p.m. in Jackson Memorial -
Nov. 5. were con
A. Sloan, members and friendsof staff of Christian Hospital, ducted Saturday from Greater held Nov. 18 at St. Mary's Hospital.

First Epheus Seventh Day Rev. E. T.Graham and the,Mt. Bethel Baptist Church, Opa- Weslyn Church with Rev. R. Survivors are two uncles
Adventist Church of West
Zion family, Range Funeral locka. Survivors are wife, V. Stuart officiating. Survivors John Whitehurst, Lake City,

Hollywood. The Range Funeral Home for their superb service, Dusie, a son, Thomas Edward, include her father, John; mother Fla.; Elmer Martin, Miami;
Home and staff
for
their
efficient d and to the various social, fraternal three sisters and three broth Lula; three sisters, Mrs. cousins Miss June \Vhitehurst

services. May God and religious groups, ers. Marion Johnson, Mrs. Muriel of 1429 NW 62nd St., Grace

bless ,all of you. 's"c: c who so generously gave their ********** Ware and Mrs. Charlie Mae Burgess, Miami, Miss Addie

The Roundtree, Jackson, : time, food, donations and con- Mrs. Dorothy Mae Jones, Brown; two brothers, John F. Mae Allen, Miss Edith Allen,

Wilkerson, Allen and !Hender lences. 14701 SW 104th Ave. Rich- and David S.; two aunts, an Miss Anna Allen, Newark, N.

son Families. mond Heights. Services were uncle, nieces, nephews. J., Mrs. Mary Chambers, Biner
I The Family conducted Saturday at Mt. **********
t Jelks
N fhF and wife, Ethel Mae,
Sinai.Baptist Church, Perrine. Willie Smallwodd of 17231 Mack Jelks, Lake City, Mrs.

Reginald Payne, a native of CARD OF THANKSThe Survivors are husband Allen, Duval Ave.. Perrine. died on Stella Young, godmother of

CARD OF THANKSThe St. Michael, Barbados came to a son, a daughter, mother, Mrs. Nov. 15 at his home. Remainswere Goulds, two dear friends.
family of the late shipped to Rocky Mount
this country in 1923. Nellie Hamilton. Deacon Joe and Marv Frances
N.C. on Nov. 18 for final rites.
:' ********** White host of other rela-
family of the late Upon entering this country, '..' I a
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he became a worthwhile citi t ,..,,tI Mrs. Pauline Woods 1934 tives and friends.
MRS. FANNIE BROWN P. zen. : '; NW 57th St., died Nov. 6. Ser- Sharon Denise Redmon of Funeral service will be on

t JAMESof For many years he conducted 't vices were conducted Saturdayfrom 312-B NW 14th St., died Nov. Saturday at 3 p.m. at New

1941 Venus St., Jackson a very successful business. Friendship Baptist Church 13. Survivors include her Providence M. B. Church,

ville. Fla, acknowledge with He operated two grocery She was a member of her mother, Falethar Mae; a grand- Rev. C. J. Bumey officiating.The .

grateful appreciation to our stores. One in this communityand O church for a number of years, mother, Mrs. Lillie Mae Red Range Funeral Home

Miami friends for your kind the other in Hollywood, ; serving faithfully under her mono Graveside services were has charge of arrangements.
held Friday, Nov. 18.
expressions os sympathy. A Florida. \ leaders. Survivors are six

special thanks to the pastor, From his business he was : '. :,\ ", daughters Mesdames Pearl -. .

Rev. T. C. Kelly, officers and able to make many investments. .iiJIjr Rogers, Essie Mae Bush, Eliza ,,. /.

members, usherboards No. 1 &2 He was very grateful for Barfield, Lula Stephens, t ::>YOU'LL: LOVE:
of St. Paul A.M.E., Mrs. T. C. his accomplishments. This was' Louise Griffin, Snow Belli I .J),._ ti'''' ;t,._ 0 ,oN ......... ."...,v ."., ,,,v -, ; ,'
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Kelley. the Hill and Montgo shown through many contribu- L Bums; a son, Lorenzo Rogers; __4._- -. ;; -
mery families, Mrs. JohnnieM. tions which he made to the : two sisters, eight grandchildren 1

Hill, Mr. & Mrs. Albert Nor people of his homeland. No M 13 great grand-children,

wood,Mrs. Ellen Taylor, Mrs. less than five times a year, seven great-great grands.

Rowena Haugabook, Mrs. three or four huge boxes of Cttiroln Immortal Jndt

Dolores Hagains and family, clothing were sent to St. Mich- RANGE. .

Mrs. JA Wallace, Mr. & Mrs. ael. He made personal tripsto MISS DORIS "Peggy"HARRELL William Henry Andrews of HAS Preferment plots of 8 grave spaces or less

Harvey Griffin, Miss Marie Barbados to see the welfare 2781 NW 43rd Terr. died Nov.
White, Mrs. Lee Mike\1s\ Mrs. needs of his friends, all this wishes ALSO Immediate I single grave space interment
their
to
Mary Dancy and mother Mr. was in addition to the finan- express deep- 10 at the Veterans Hospital Boxes and vaults permitted
Betty Hoi ley. est appreciation to their many He is survived by a brother,
,
cial
aid
he gave his family. friends for the beautiful nieces Mrs. Gates open 7 days for your convenience
James Barnes, 5 ,
Mrs. Henrietta P. Broome, and His unexpected passing was as his as sudden flowers, cards, telegrams, Esther Bryant, Athatie Mul- 3001 NW 46TH STREET NE 4-4197
generosity donated
daughter and unsolicited deeds of cars kind and the manyother lins, Gladys Solomon, Emily E. Johnson Manager Hem pKon OX 1.9199

Albert Prince son kindness in life. acts of sympathy. Milner and Margaret Moss, four We the employee of'Llncoln Memorial Park endorse

Mrs. Wilhelenia P.J. En- His neighbors and friends To Canon Chares F. Cooper "nephews, Rev. Thomas A., Mr*. Athalie Range for the Miami City Commission.

gram, daughter and the entire congregationof Leroy, James and Carroll Clay- Vote for her on Nov. 16th.
Mrs. Irene Shrevies, N.'Y.! will remember him as a warm St. Peters African Orthodox ton. Services will be held on

sister humanitarian. Cathedral, the House of Albert Monday 4 in the chapel.
Mrs Louise Stukes, Sumpter, The family mourns the loss for the wonderful p.m.
ser **********
S.C. sister of a dear warm soul whose vices rendered and the staff r
of
James B. Johnson, grandson loving encouragement was always and workers at Jackson Hospital William Thomas 1344 NW
2nd Ave. passed at his res-
practical, vital and for- Medical
Building, third' idence Nov. 13. His survivors
seen. floor for the thoughtful'
many
are not known at this time,
and kind deeds rendered.We .
friend Mrs. Ruth Fol-
only a R
shall always rememberyou
lins. Services will be announced foTHOUGHTFUL
in our prayers.

r- The Family ...later........

Infant Pratt, son of Mr. and r

CARD OF THANKSThe Mrs. Cleveland Pratt passed

away on Nov. 12. Burnal) took

family of the late place Nov. 15. ,
"
Infant Blake, daughter of c
NAOMI JOHNSON BROWN ; BEAUTIFUL SERVICES
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Blake,
wishes to thank its many relatives passed away Nov. 14. Burial

friends and neighbors, took place Nov. 16. Our ability and desire to

neighbors of 6th Ave & 19th St., -- carry out your wishes, together

families, friends and neigh. -'"
bors of Bunche Park, Opa I IN MEMORIAM K.., '. with our experience,

Locka for their kind expressions In memory of our dear .; mean a service that is
of sympathy during its

hour of sadness. The cards, MRS.mother MILLIE WITHERSPOON conducted with beauty and

telegrams, flowers and donations
were greatly appreciated. who departed this life Nov. :;.A_ understanding-to comfort.

24. 1960.
SHADDIE WARDIn Words cannot express the
Prr toowell cur Savior loved
thanks to Rev. A. D. Hall, '' .
tnee x,
precious memory of our dear beloved pastor of Ebenezer Methodist
To allow our eyes with tearsto ,; "My Father in Heaven
husband and brother. Church, officers, members, be dimmed. helpme
Whose soul the father took away to eternal and all of the auxiliaries of never to forget Thy love

JI rest. Nov. 17, 1962. of said church. Also the staffof Since love he has taken the one we it looks up to me in the
so dearly
j
I Tho the years pass our thoughts are ever the Francis Funeral Homefor Home to rest with him. beauty of the flower ,"

with you. their efficient and consoling John Henry Jowett

: Rest in peace. service. May God's blessings Mrs. Altemeas, Frankie

I Mrs. Emma Lou Ward, wife go with you always.Mrs. and Daughter Charlotte 8 Witherspoon, .TAM Osc ir L !R .' ,' *


r' ',Family Eloise J. Rolle. William Amos Wilmazetta : jierql; 1 Home

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'""" THE MIAMI TIMES Friday November. : 19. 1965, 17.
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FOR SALE HELP WANTEDCAB
FOR SALE

,. CUSSIFIEBFOR' : 'I': ; :: I' ': : ', FHA Buyers 1608 NW 51st Terr. No qua- DRIVERS. Apply at

: ; : ; : : : ; Look what you get for $13,500 lifying. No red tape. $1,000 VOTE TUESDAY Society Cab Office | 269 N.W.21st I
,; 2 bedrooms, 1 baths, Fla down. $85 month. 3 bedrooms, Indf.

.. room, hardwood floorscarport, Fla owner 3716546. Street.
beautiful refrigerator & stove.
SALES FOR SALE
Put your in-laws in rear cot-
tage or rent. Near 60th St. & DIRECT FROM OWNER
2 bath Best Location
3 bedroom, zoned on NW 42nd St
doctor, dentist, beauty 17th Ave. Suburban Realty $200 down. $58 mo. Lovely
drier, 4769 NW 17th Ave. front Beautiful CBS, Fla room, in Realtors, PL 1-2525. CBS, huge lot, 2 porches, oak EDISON SpecialsOPEN
hown by appointment. Phone and another in back, -- Floors. See 1834 NW 88th St.
&53805. carport, jalousie windows, House. CBS, 2 bedroom, living Call owner 758-8749.

wall to wall carpeting, ajpli- room, dining: room, tile bath, -----
ale by owner. 3 bedrooms. ances, Immaculate inside and closed garage, hardwood DIRECT FROM OWNER
fenced lot. Fla room, out. A bargain at $10,500. floors
arge completely fum. Very
1 baths like
bedrooms, 2 new
prinkler system. Many ex- f35p down and $65 month. attractive
and well kept. kitchen SUNDAY AFTER I P.M.
FHA. Life CBS, huge carport.No
rase $1,000 down. 8050 NW Realty, Broker, Schools, transportation, etc.
>5th Ave. 4932 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. $13.000. Low down payment. FHA red tape. Move rightin. 335 N.W. 43RD STREET
See 7025 NW 28th Ave.
---- Nov. 19 Open evenings, Sundays. FHA
------- or conventional 6941
Call owner 758-8749. 3 bedrooms 2 baths enclosed extra large liv-
NW 2nd Ct. Call for appoint- garage,

$78 Month Our Best FHA Buy ment. Charles H. Green, Real- ---- ing area. I If you like to entertain, this is it. $12,000

CBS total $11,500 and $78 Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS, ex- tor, 754-8214. 1957 Coupe Deville Ca- total. $300 cash. FHA. No closing costs.
Lonth, pays all, FHA terms,Ira large Fla room, extra large --- dillac. Perfect motor. All

large lot, from street to street front porch, extra large lot, No qualifying. Drive by 1786 power. $300 cash. 5519 NW

12 bedroom, completely fenced beautifully landscaped, appliances NW 94th St. Then call OX 7th Ave... ._ OPEN SUNDAY AFTER I P.M.
Price ------- -
(this is a jewel, a really large only $10,500, 10262. Biscayne Realty Inc. 8285 NW 15TH AVENUE

(home for a small price, hard $350 down and $65 month. Broker- 9635 NW 22nd Ave. FOR RENTOne
---
Life Lovely CBS homes. Almost Terrazzo floors Fla
new.
,
Realty Broker
4932
wood floors. A. Ben-Kori, Fum. 1 bedroom apt. $18 bedroom furn. cottage. I
N.W. 7th Ave. Pt 9-4371. room $250 down, FHA. Only $72110. pays everything.No .
Realtor, Call anytime 751- wk. Fum. efficiencies $15. $17 week. Immediate occu-
12243. Open eves, Sundays. Rates include lights, gas, pancy. Key at front apt. Tele- closing costs.
water & waste removal 688- 566'h NW |f
phone: 448-2824.
-- OPEN SUNDAY AFTER I P.M.
Outstanding 3 Bedroom
2'"U'sesCompletely CBS 3225 after 5 p.m. 22nd St. I

Buy ---- --- 128 NW 49TH STREET
[ fum. both CBS, Beautiful 3 bedroom, CBS, Furn. Apt. and a room. 758- Extra large 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
all modern formica kitchens, Fla room, jalousie windows, 9717 or OX 1-4380. CBS, unfurn. house, immediate I 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, CBS, tile roof, carport. Excellent
brand '
built-in range, new'appliances. A clean --- $27 week. Ph.
very occupancy. location. FHA terms. $300 down Total price only
washer dryer, fenced yard. sharp house. Price only Opa Locka area. 2 bedroom, 448-2824. 7654 NW 17th PI.I I
Total $14,500 only $450 down $11,400 $350 down and $66 fern afV$24; 2 bedroom, un- ____ 1 $13,200. No closing costs.
FHA terms, no closing, livein month. Life Realty, Broker, CBS furn.
fume $18. Call 6818213. One bedroom corner CALL EDISON:
DRIVE BY THEN
style for $23 a month, see- 4932 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 9-4371 house, immediate occupancy. -
ing is believing, see me for Open eves, Sundays. ---- $22 week. 7648 NW 17th PL. 6515 NW 2nd Ave $1,000 down. No qualifying. $85

this.A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 --- Fum. Apts. One bedroom &efficiency Key at rear house or call I Month. 1 mortgage.
NW 60th St. Call anytime 751- No Qualifying-Move Right I n i air cond., need re- 448-2824. I
ference. 1243 N.W. 77th Ten' ALSO -
Brand 3 bedroom --- .
2243. new 2 bath, 'I
After 6 p.m. on week days. Couples Run drive or take
: ,
CBS, carport terrazzo floors, 1 431 N.W. 58th St. Duplex. $400 down. FHA.
large modem kitchen Adul i only. bus 5 or 14 to 233 NW 63rd'St.
$250 Down fixtures in both bathrooms, colored See lovely bedroom & eff. 500 N.W. 42nd St. 3 bedroom, CBS, Corner

Beautiful 2 bedroom, CBS, awning windows 1 bedroom CBS, cottage, fum. air cond. $17 to $19 wkly.
extra large
total 9 995 and $68 month lot. near Shell City, Adults only, New, furn. 7511873. 299 N.W. 43rd St. CBS, Owner
A
bargain at with
pays all for fenced yard, bar- $1500 down and$16,500$120 month 5539 NW 6th PI. $25 week. : ". ,Indf.FHA 289 N.W. 49th St. Easy terms
becue beautiful lot Ben-Kori Realtor terms. Drive by 2020 NW
carport, 751-2243.
FHA terms, Veteransonly $100 pays all. Must be seen! Keysat ----- 96th St. Then call OX 1-0262 296 N.W. 51st St. Nice corner

down, this is a tu CI.h run Life Realty Broker, 4932 2 bedroom doll house, unfurn. Biscayne Realty Inc., Broker 5001 N.W. 5th Avenue 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS
N.W. 7th PL
dining room, modem kitchen.A. Ave. 9-4371. Adults only. 2125 NW 87th St. 9635 NW 22nd Ave. bedrooms each side. FHA
Duplexes 2
Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 NW, BRAND NEW.' """Builders model. $25 week. Ben-Kori, Realtor, terms.
60th St. Call anytime, 751- HELP WANTED
2243. 3 bedroom, 2 full bath, best 751-2243. 7030 NW 5th PI. & 8000 NW 12th Ct.
------
-- area as, this model house anf was has decorated wall to- Room. Pride Home. 635-8959. Beautician. Call TuesdaySat. WE ARE OPEN AIL DAY SAT. AND SUN. -
No Qualifying 10 to 5 p.m. 371-9342.
----
Looking for a large beautiful I wall carpet, drapes, built-in Room. Private home. 1081 NW BEING DISPLACED? $100 DOWN

3 bedroom that you can move kitchen$15,720 ,only etc.$1000 Total down.price 61st St. PL 8-4164. No cook- Registered Real estate sales ARE YOU VETERAN? $100 DOWNPSJQI
right in. This is it. spacious ing. Call after 4 p.m. man. Excellent opporutnity.
living room and ull diningroom Monthly payment to suit you. ----- Biscayne Realty, 9635 NW ,
This is a real bargain. Call
large Fla room waitingfor 3 bedroom house. Large 22nd Ave. :
Aetna Realty, Broker, Phone Realtors
: RlAW
grounds $26. Call Liberty
you. Only $1,000 down, 757-5724. Open Sat. & Sun.- Receptionist
move right in. This is a beauty.A. Rental Agency. 633-7809.
Ren-Kori, Realtor, 751- 811 NW 54th St. -- Executive offices. Intelligent, 175 62nd '
2243.Call anytime. ---- Large CBS, effcy. House. Top well groomed and well spoken N.W St., 751-2441
11 Units. CBS close in. 9
-- location $16. Call Liberty young lady to handle busy reception -
-
3 Bedroom CBS bedroom apts. 2 efficiencies.Very Rental Agcy. 633-7809. desk. Must have abi-
low cash down. Price ..
lity to efficiently work with
--- "
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, FHA $23,500. Make offers will .
Large CBS, 1 bedroom apt. large membership through personal
terms, $450 down, total price gross over 9000. Call Morris $16.50. Call Liberty Rental contact. Contact Mrs. ;

only $13,500. Hardwood floors, Young. THE KEYES CO. 234 Agcy. 6337809. Barnett. 3737535. Buy Like' Paying RentLOW
fenced yardbest area, don't Biscayne Blvd. Phone 371- ---- .
wait, it won't last. A. Ben-
3592. Nice 2 bedroom duplex. $22.
Kori, Realtor, 612 N.W. 60thSt. I Call Liberty Rental Agcy. LONGHORN! DOWN PAYMENT'
Call anytime 751-2243. PAGE APTS. Sacrifice for
6337809.
----- --,.- good down payment or cash. WE ARRANGE FINANCING

1277 N.W. 32nd St. See owner at 233 N.W. 63 St.
FHA terms with $350 down 10 fum. units on city block. I

and $87 month pays all for 2 ---- 2765 N.W. 60th Street

bedroom, CBS, Fla room, large 2 bedroom, 2 bath, doll house, I w lest Buys ii i Tow 4 bedroom house. $250 down. $22 week.
kitchen, all bedrooms large, carport, hardwood floors, tile I

drive by then call to see. A. roof, air cond., only $300 ,

Ben-Kori Realtor, 612 N.W. down. $79 per month. To see I OPEN SUNDAY 24 P.M. COME( SEE
N.W. 30th
5810 Avenue
60th St. Call anytime 751-2243. call Leon ,Kroll, broker, 688-

------ 3029. Nicely furn. CBS. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, enclosed porch. $150 down. $20 week.
1035
N.W. 35th St. ____ I
No '' Dining room, carport. $14,000 FHA.'$450 down.
qualifying, 2 bedroom CBS No qualifying-Drive by 2357
Fla room, this is a large NW 86th St., Then call OX 1-
-------------- 1309 N.W. 45th Street
beautiful home. 0262; Biscayne Realty, ),jnc.,
Total price $12,50, $1,200 Broker, 9635 NW 22nd Ave ; Large CBS, 3 becroom, dining room, utility room, : $100 down. $20 week.

down and terms you can't beatit Many extras. $11,000 FHA. $350 down. No costs.

drive by then call. A. Ben- FHA terms. Drive by 1701 NW
Karl, Realtor --------------- 1534 N.W. 44th Street
612 N.W. 60th 80th St. Then call OX 1-0262. ;<
St. Call anytime 7512243.NoQualifyinllMove Biscayne Realty, Inc., Brok-I' Beautiful CBS 2 bedroom, screened porch, 2 utility $200 down. $22 week.

Right In er, 9635 NW 22nd Ave. rooms, carport, appliances, fenced.$11,700 FHA $400

4 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS, on No qualifying' Drive by 8801 down.
1845 N.W. 49th Street
---------------
N,W. 45th St. Fla room, car- NW 18th Ave. Then call OX
Port, jalousie windows, 2 kit- 10262. Biscayne Realty, Inc. 1 Corner beauty. CBS, 2 bedroom, Flo room, garage. $400 down. $25 week.

chens with 2 stoves, 2 refrigerators Broker. Many extras. $12,000 FHA. $400 down. No costs. 2 houses on 1 lot

Can be used for 2
--------------
families. A bargain at $11,000 FHA terms. Drive by 2241 NW 3274 N.W. 68th Street
with $1,000 down and $87 93r d Terr. Then call OX 1-0262 Lovely CBS, 2 bedroom, 1 154 bath, utility room, garage,

month pays all. Life Realty, Biscayne Realty Inc. Broker, plus guest house. Appliances, air cond. Only $12,000 $100 down. $18 week.

Broker, 4932 N.W. 7th Ave. 9635 NW 22nd Ave. FHA. $400 d wn. No costs. .
PL
9-437h-OpenSundayeves. ----
-- No qualifying. Drive by 2156 ------------ 3244 N.W. 68th Street

No QualifyTnT Move{ Right In NW 83rd Terr. Then call OX Beautiful CBS built on 2 lots. 2 bedrooms, huge Fla
Biscayne Realty, Inc. $150 down. $20 week.
1-0262.
3 bedroom, CBS on N.W. 36th 9635 NW 22nd Ave. room, dining room, huge garage, appliances. $13,200

St. Large front porch, carport, --- .FHA. $400 down. No costs. '

separate appliances garage, carpeting, No qualifying. Drive by 8128 ------------- -tI ,CHOUSES* ;FOR: ,!'.
freshly painted Inside NW 14th PI. Then call OX GOOD RENTAL AREA CBS DUPLEXES ; ;
3SljKwri06ihSr
and out. Price is $12,000with 1-0262. Biscayne Realty, Inc. I "V. ; ;.;$22"waek. ;I
:
month$1,000 pays all.down Keys and at $100 Life Broker, 9635 NW 22nd Ave. No qualifying, completely fwrn. 2 bedroom each side. <1845'N.Wr49 h',St. (rear$60'month) : '1 1f

Realty, Broker, 4932 N.W. 7th Price only 13500. Reasonable down.

Ave. PL 9-4371. Open eves Duplex Apt. Large one bed-
----------------
and Sundays. room, Fla room, kitchen and F APARTMENTS FOR. .RENT
----- dining area, living room. Near Modern 2 bedroom and 1 bedroom, porch dining room, f '

No Closing Costs Grandway. 1242 NW 51st Terr. appliances each side.. $15,000 FHA. $500 down. I 4612, H.W.. '16th Ave. ;- $65, month
call 633-
Adults only. To see
Lovely 3 bedroom home on 2 --------------- No childrenWE
Unfurnished.
3108.
lots, fenced, enclosed front Lovely 2 bedroom each apt. appliances, sprinkler system I
porch
-
-
tiled kitchen -- I
carport, large -
central heat, appliances. No qualifying. Drive by 8105 fruit trees. Beautifully lar.dscaped. $15,200 FHA HAVE BRAND NEW 3 BEDROOM

Price only $12,350, $350 do. NW 21st Ave. Then call OX $500 down WEHA'E;
and $71 month, FHA. Life 1-0262. Biscayne Realty, inc. MANY MORE HOMES FROM $500 DOWN PAYMENTSWE

Realty, Broker, 4932 N.W. 7th Broker, 9635 NW 22nd Ave. BEING DISPLACED? LET US HELP YOU BUY ANY

Ave.eves.PL 9-4371.open Sundaysand No--qualifying.-- -Drive by 4020 FHA HOUSE $100 DOWN VETS ONLY $100 DOWN ARE OPEN EVERY DAY INCLUDING)

NW 12th Ave. Then call OX- SATURDAY & SUN. 9-7 P.M.
Open 2-5 Sun. 1340 N.W. 87 1-0262. Biscayne Realty Inc.
SHELL BROKE
St. Only $250 down, $79 mon. Broker 9635 NW 22nd Ave. REALTY
bedroom, Fla room, air cond.,
Partly fum., fenced backyard, liberty City. 1176 NW 58th FORD REALTY INC. Broker

hardwood floors, tile roof. st, Open Sun. 3 bedroom CBS 4260 NW 7th AVI. 758-5551; 4 ,

Buy now and eat that Christmas newly decorated Fla room, 3639>> N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595
turkey in your own home. dining room,den and fire placeno 4J
Leon Krofl, broker, 688-3029. qualifying. Owner758-5400.



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18 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday November 19 1965
.JIiI....,. ., ... .. ,-.. ,_._,..._.._ ._w_ -____._.
tti 4 F' O ENSlJ

*;ww 'n-h* i :currently -aMMM:--Dr."""j John Hall I Jones, who ending at the cafeteria, where'

enrolled or who are Inter- has a Ph.D. In education, will refreshments will be served.

ested in Miami-Dade Junior address the group and membersof The program is being sponsored -

fF College, are cordially invitedto the faculty will be on handto by the Women Organization -

JJ attend an Open House of- answer questions in every '' for the March on Educa-

fered by women Thursday, Dec. field of interest Now (WOMEN). Its purpose is
The will be takenon to arouse to the need of educa-
,. 2 10 a.m. at Scott Hall. (south guests
F side.) a brief tour of the school ting women.

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kI NORTHWESTERN NEWS CARVER YMCA NEWS HOLMES ELEMENTARYThe

(I Mittie Watson was crowned The two current promotionsof parents of boys desirous -

I ''Cv Miss Homecoming by football the Carver branch are': the of being a Cub Scout
beforea Musical Soiree for adults and
captain Tyrone Wyscott met at Holmes Elementary on
jam-packed audience last the weekend camp for youngsters Monday, Nov. 15 at 7:30 Mon-

Friday, Nov. 12.: The dainty The soiree is scheduledfor This was their second pa

miss is a member of the 12-2 Sunday afternoon, Nov. 28 rents' meeting for cub scouts.

homeroom. Her attendantswere at 4:30 p.m. Linton Berrien, Mr. W. Fuller, District 10 exe-
coordinator l
: Carolyn Carswell, Flora program and con
cutive, was on time and gave
Nickson, Cassandra Jefferson, sultant is presently enlisting timely remarks.
These beauties reigned over the best talent available for
Because of the keen Interest -
the homecoming parade and the hour of listening. Mr. Arlington shown by the mothers

game, Sands and Miss Helen
who volunterred to be de n
Deverly Hillman was named M. Dorsett, co-chairman of the
mothers are Mrs. R. Porter,
Team Sweetheart by the Northwestern activity have assured us of
Mrs. B. Haywood, Mrs. L.
Dulls and Pinkey well planned social hour following -
Hepburn Mrs. T. Jenkins
,
Campbell and Sylvia Cox were the presentation. For-
Mrs. J. McGee, and Mrs. II.
attendants Hillman.
to Miss
ty-five civic minded ladies who
.- -. ----- -- .....-.... Thomas. The new committee
********** are serving' as sponsors report -
members are Mr. O. Moss Mr.
,
NEW
POINSETTIA BRIDGE CLUB INDUCTS MEMBERSThe
is the excellent
to
Ruby Mackey response
among
C. Bell, Mr. H. Mott and Mr.
25 members of WKAT's Youth ticket sales. Mrs. Mayme Jor- J. Crawford.The .
home qf the Howard Bryants provided the setting, Nov. 13 for the inductionof Advisory Board. Ruby is one dan who was not listed last new den mothers will

two of Miami's outstanding women. Standing, from left to right: Miss Maude Elli- of the two Negroes on theSoard. week is also serving. The committee begin their training program,

son; Mrs. Howard (Verma) Bryant, hostess; Mrs. Luther (Blanche) Carey; Mrs. W. H. Gloria Parker of North urges you not to miss Wednesday, Nov. 24, at 8 p.m.

(Willie) Fuller, new member; Mrs. Ruth N. Polite, president; Mrs. Hubert (Mamie) Dade is the other. this annual treat. at Holmes Elementary. It was
********* The week end camp was es- decided that pack meeting be
Gill, new member; Mrs.Samuel (Naomi) Grant; Mrs. Daniel (Susie) Francis; and Mrs. The title hungry Bulls ran peciallydesigned for the child held the fourth Monday night

Herbert (Evelyn) Williams. Seated is a.group browsing through red and green club over the Dillard High Panthers ren of parents who might have
each month.
knits containing the "Poinsettia Post" official news bulletin, constitution, yearbook 346. Robert Taylor led the guests for the Orange Blossom
Mrs. R. C. Crowder -
principal
:j j date book and annual birthday greetings fashioned after a typical insurance Bulls' attack with a 52 yard Classic. Buses will leave for ; M. H. Blake and,Juanita

policy. touchdown pass to the flashy Camp Owaissa Boner, near
Newbold, den mothers; B.
flanker back Henry Newbold. Homestead on Friday, Dec. 3, Sergeon, cubmaster.

Taylor scored on a quarterbacksneak. after school and return to the
Schools Observe American Education WeekDouglas
II YMCA on Sunday, Dec. S at 3 vision and leadership. Fees
Joseph Williamsthe games p.m. Participation is restrictedto
for the
camp including trans
Elementary School by Open House and PTA meet- gave parents still another viewof leading rusher scored on a 27 school children under 15 portation and insurance is $7.

celebrated American Education ings. Parents were able to the calibre of training whichis yard sweep. Little Larry Wil- years. Arrangements have been Registration deadline, Saturday

Week with an inyeresting array talk to teachers and have them provided for children. Mts- cox intercepted a Panther pass made for adequate adult super- Nov. 27 at noon.

of activities for pupils, pa- explain many of the programs Adside, the principal; Mr. Kel- and tallied all the way for another -

rents and friends. The nationwide provided for their children. A lerman, assistant principal and I: NW touchdown. Nathaniel

theme "Invest in Learn- medley of Bongs from "Mary Mr Spann, PTA president gave;: Brazil scored the final points
Poppins" and a creative dance on a three yard dive. Dillard
and
ing" was used: 1. To give parents teachers inspirational
"The American Heritage scored on a look-in pass fromNorthwestern's
the general public an account- messages. Mr. Don Wil-
ing of their tax dollars in liams, co-ordinator for Adult 10 yard line.
Education, explained his program **********
terms of learning
experiencesby
FLORAL HEIGHTS ., in terms of how parents I The Girl Advisors sponsored -
and changes in students;
can become better informed an after school dance on
2To sell the importance of During American Education
citizens by improving their ed.Monday.They are raising funds
getting the best education pos Week the Floral Heights Family
ucation.Mrs. to help decorate the cafeteria.
sible to children and had the following
3. To
speakersover
**********
l stress the importance of good our public address system Lillie Doles, chair-
citizenship. man AmericanEducation Week The Marching 100 participated -
t :
To further stress this idea Monday, Nov. 8, Deborah and Mrs Dorothy Adside. principal. in the University' of Miami -

of the importance of a good Jones third Homecoming Festivities
a grade pupil, .
this week.l They also partici-
education and good citizen-
the history of American
gave BTW SCHOOL NEWS pated in two parades on Veterans' -
ship the
following, prominent, Education Week. The speaker,
J
Day. One in North Miami -
leaders were invited to speak Rev. Henry C. McDowell, pastor
daily topics: Mrs. Gibson a of the Church of the Open Congratulations to lovely Beach and one in down
Juanita Francitta Fox, in winning town Miami.
pharmacist, Dr.D D. Simpson, Door was introduced by Linda
a pediatrician and Mr. McMinn, Stanley, a fourth grade pupil. Miss Datesetter contest. l
a businessman. The topic: To Cultivate The.The contest was sponsored by BUNCHE ELEMENTARYThe I
Intellect. Burdine's Department Store
'teachers
Douglas
Harold
Jones, Shirley Fields,, DeOtis Tuesday, Nov. 9, Rhunette 'for all members of the Bur- members of the school

Tucker, Francena Thomas and Frazier, a 6th grader introduced 'dine's Youth Board. Juanitais family are still basking in the

Robert Edwards also spoke Dr. Nathaniel Colston. The a member of the 12-5 home- splendor of a very successful r

during student assemblies. topic: To Improve Earning i room under the supervision of American Education Week.
'Mrs. Jane Lewis. This year's activities were by
"The Pay Off," and "The Power.
far the best that we've had.
Patricia Maycox, a memberof
Greatest American" were, pre- Cheers to our Pre-School
sented to entertain childrenand pupils who appeared on "The 8-11, will reign as Miss The planned activities were

carry out this idea. A win- Tine For School Program, 'Homecoming and Turkey Day enhanced by several unexpect- ti 1 ?

dow display by Mrs. Mason Tuesday 9:15 a.m. and 5:15: for the year 1965. Patricia was i i ed treats.
Mr. Wells amd Mr. Edwards was p.m. crowned in a special assembly On Wednesday, Nov. 10 at _4I ,1fit'

located at Atlantic Furniture Tuesday, 8 p.m. our regular on Nov. 12, by the captainof i 7:45 a.m. the faculty was honored -
the football Ernest *with a rare threat an ex- V.
Company on Third Ave. explaining PTA was held. Each grade ream,
the theme. Perkins. She is to receive a tremely porous breakfast,given ; ,
group set up displays in the. )
The beautiful piece of Samsonite by Mrs. Lambert our princi-
week
was highlighted\ Cafe tori urn on reading. A special -
( luggage. Her attendants are pal and Mrs. Fryson, assistant
take home book was
pre-
NATHAN YOUNGELEMENTARY Elizabeth Timmons 11-4 and
principal for curriculum. In
pared by the first grade teachers -
and presented to the pa Yvonne Minnue 1012. keeping with the adage, "an

The Mary McLeod Bethune apple a day .", Mrs. Covin %
The Nathan Young Elementary rents.A color film Chapter Future Teachers of presented each member of the 0
School family began their Child and strip, "Your America, sponsored by Mrs. faculty with a delicious apple. 1 .
week of Reading" was shownMrs Williams its
long observance American Mayme presented
Helen Johnson the At 9 a.m. Wednesday Mrs. ,
Education with gave annual Amrican Education A special of
Open
group
highlights and summarize thefilmstrip. Evelyn Tynes, proprietor of
House activities. Mr. Herbert Week program. The theme was, the Easy Method Charm School /.j. ? DRESSES

Day, teacher at Rainbow Park Isaac Meares, our "Your Tomorrow is What You spoke to the sixth grade girls '
principal passed booklet + Val. to 39.99
a to Est
Elementary School, was the Make it." The special guest about manners and the proper '

guest speaker for the occasion., each parent as a followup from speaker was the Honorable poise for young ladies. Alreadythe ,i/ $5 to 13f

lie spoke on the theme, "In- the filmstrip. He discussedthe Charles Hall, mayor of Dade affects of her talk can be .

vest in Learning to Cultivate booklet with the parents County. Other speakers, Mr. observed in the behavior of the Sizes 3 to 20
the Intellect." We were also explaining the four parts of Wilton Anderson, Education

greeted by the following Opa the booklet. Program director and Mr. girls.The resource class, under

'Locka city officials: RichardJ. I The attendance banner was Nicholas H. Borota, principal. the direction of Andrew Free-

Dennis, vice-mayor; Phil won by Mrs. Leverity. In observance of American, man, delighted parents, teachers Smart, famous

Davis, city manager Larry Wednesday, Nov. 10 Sharon Educational Week, the BookerT. and students with "Book- makeSPORTSWEAR

Bowers, city commissioner. Howard, a 5th grade pupil. The Washington classes pre- N-Sip." The students gave

Mr. Leonard O. Ivy's sixth topic: To Develop Good Citi- sented its art exhibit for the i reviews of books they had
grade cleas entertained the zenship. building. The classes displayed learned and field trips that t Val to 19.99

group with a very timely skit, Friday, Nov. 12, Zoretta their work and also prepared they have taken this school
titled, "The Good Ole Days." Freeman, a first grader i ntro- a bulletin board in the front 188 to 788

Tuesday, we had intra- duced Fletcher Paschal, Com- hall entrance of the school. year.Our thanks to all who aidedin y

school visitation and sharingof munity School Director. The Mr. Lewis Blake is instructor. making our activities a suc- Come see the ew Sizes to 18

various classroom and and topic: To Enrich Family and Orange, black and white are cess and we look forward to a

teaching techniques. Community Life. the school colors this year. greater occasion next year. holiday fashions at

Wednesday, Mrs Gladys Cheers to Robert Squire, Students proved their loyaltyto Lory's 1
Coachman, a sixth grade teacher William George and Patrick the school by wearing the .- -" Famous name

spoke to the group over the Hadiey, all of the 6th gradefor colors on Nov. 12. SLACKSValue
tance of good dress and
appropriate
public address system on the participating Sunday in the Members of the guidance class

theme, "Invest in Learning to Countywide music program. class, which is a part of the dress.Congratulations. to $14.99

Improve Beaming Power." Cheers to Mrs. Margaret Ford. new skill lab program, presented to Mrs. '
Hazel Davis for the best decorated "No sale Is ever fiaol"
Mrs. Fredericka $5.99at
Friday, Our chairman for American a unit on dress. Students
Wanza our visiting teacher, Education Week. door for Homecomingand Lory'sEDISON
presented short skits, scrap- Sixes 6-18
spoke on the theme, "Investin Cheers to our librarian, Mrs. books and bulletin board dis- Mrs. Dorothy Evans for CENTER
Learning to Enrich Familyand Rachel Williams for the second place and Mr. Cyrus
lovely plays. The classes are Instructed -
Conmunity Life," duringthe displays and activities during by Bruce Weisenhoferand Ray ford, 3rd place. Mr. Walter 6112 NW 7th AVE.
which Caldwell, Mrs. Ermatine Hoi-
assembly ,
program book week which was held Mrs. Marjorie Young. The
greatly enjoyed by faculty ton and Mrs. Ruth Culmer received -
was Oct. 31 to Nov. 7. groups emphasized the impor-
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I Negro, football PlayersCoach SPORTSWORLD


Charlie Tate of the a natnon-wide basis.
University of Miami has said "We have files on some
he is actively screening Ne- Negro players all over the

a gto athletes from both high country, including Miami" BY LEO ARMBRISTER (leer
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BY HARRY SPEAR schools and junior collegeswith said Tate. "but right now it

a view to have them play may be that the California jun-

Oscar Evers' veteran Hi Soence and Bill Ewalt's on his football team. Junior ior colleges offer the best
hopes for getting the peoplewe RATTLERS REGAIN FORM WITH SOUTHERN WIN
Candy Gone are expected to battle it .out in the finalsof college grads are eligible for "
immediate competition at uii- want.
Flagler's fourth annual $5.000 American Hurdle versities. One or mpre Negroes Five Hurricane opponentsfor The Rattlers eked out a win of 41-38 in the high

Championship Friday night with an all-marathon card, could find a place on this year-Syracuse, Hous- scoring contest with the Southern University Cats has

coming up Saturday to close out the fall portion of the Miami's 1966 varsity. ton, Pittsburgh, Boston ant I done much to restore the confidence of their fans as to
track's split 1965-66 meeting. "They are In our plans." Notre Dame-have Negro players. -
whether they are ready to show good form in the show-
Tate sad, "and 1 mean soon. They include AllAmeri
Semifinals in the hurdle state were'scheduled to be If a Negro football player can prospects in Syracuse off game of their season, the Classic on December 4.

run last Monday and Tuesday nights, with Spence and wants to play fofus, can qual- halfback Floyd Little Pitts- Rattlers fans ego took a sharp descent after Ten-
Candy boasting two wins each and no defeats in the ify academically, and has the burgh halfback Eric Crabtreeand nessee A&I dribbled them 45-6; now the Rattlers have

stakes preliminaries up to that point. ability to help us win well Notre Dame guard Dick bounced back and are proving they are still firstclass
They drew in together for Tuesday's semifinal that's what we're looking for." Arrington who will be seen in their
material and will be anxiously waiting to prove
wrapup but regardless of the out come of that one, A National Collegiate Athletic the Orange Bowl next week.
the Blossom Classic.
both were expected to advance to Friday's finals for a Association rule has recently Too bad Tate didn't take Cyril point in Orange
raised the academic requirements from Hollywood's At-
Pinder
shot at their second _American Hurdle Championshipvictory.
for players both tucks High when he was offer BULLS AND TORNADOESIN TURKEY DAY FEATUREThe
.
entering and remaining in col ed him two years ago. Pinder
Hi Spence won the event in 1964 with Candy Gone lege- fact which indicatesthat is burning up the Big Ten opposition Annual Turkey Day Classic between the North-
taking the fourth running last summer. UM's first step in athletic as a halfback for western Bulls and the B.T.W. Tornadoes will hold the

integration will be taken on Illinois. local spotlight of football on Thanksgiving Day.
CARSON LEADING GROUND GAINER This is a rivalry of two decades between those

Carver's Ollis Carson,continued Tuesday as Dade two stand outs and altho the odds are on Northwesternto
County's rushing leading. Carson has posted 857 It's a question of which team will be the more win; don't discount the possibility for a pepped-up

yards in 120carries for a 7.1 average. Southwest's Jay fired up Saturday night in the Orange Bowl when Uni- Booker T, team to pull a few surprises.
versity of Miami takes on University of Floridabutone
McCoy is second in rushing with 727 yards and a 5,2
CLAY THE GREATEST VS PATTERSON THE
thing is sure, the fans will see two of the most
Sanders of South Dade is third with 65.0
average. adept TD pass throwers in the nation in Steve Spurrierand GRITTIESTOn
yards for 97 carries for a 6.7 average. Booker T.'s
Bill Miller of Miami.
Woodrow Greene and Norland's Jackie Holmes each Spurrier, tossing three TD passes against Tulane Monday night in Las Vegas, and to be seen

have one game remaining in their passing battle. last week, broke the season and career TD passing around the world via Tel-star the greatest and the

Green with 136 attempts 72 complete for 1054 yards, marks at Florida. He has 11 for the season, and 17 for grittiest will match wits in the ring; the bashful non-

and Holmes 137 attempts completed 70 for 1024 yards. his career. talkative Patterson whose personality is the extreme

opposite of the loquacious, boast-ful Clay will attemptto

I" Grids. tL gal I 'Mis i iDid." JC Cgersk j add to his personal record of having retrieved the
2 Nifflrwtm : heavyweight crown for the third time; Clay whose boast-

> -< r %. --......- ---- ,i--M ful pride extinguishes any thought of defeat will be

Bill Alheim's Miami-Dade trying to reject the awful experience of losing.It .
Junior College Falcons will L is a heavyweight contest with a crusadie attri-

put their State basketball bute since Patterson has openly voiced his opinion on
for this
championship up grabs
whether a Mohammed should be king of the heavies.
year in a 22-game season beginning -
with the Pensacola In- Clay as we know will fight if his religion is ridi-

vitional Tournament. 4c culed so there may be a fight.

The two.game play will ,
give Alheim his first chance to 1 1I M'i I A' 4'Wr FOOTBALL SKILLS CONTEST

see this year's team in combatand
Division of the Metro Dade County
size up odds for retainingthe The Recreation
stste title. Park and Recreation Department will conduct a county-

First of 19 home games on wide football skills contest at Suniland Park Recrea-
the Falcon schedule will be tion Area South Dixie Highway at 130 Street on Satur-
against the University of Miami The contest is to 5th
day, Nov. 20, at 9-30 a.m. open
Freshmen at 6 p.m., Dec. and 6th grade boys who have won local area contest
I in the JFK Health Center on
held previously at their neighborhood parks. Approxi-
the M DJC campus. r ,r mately 50 boys will participate in this annual contest
Leading the teamJhisyear and it will last until noon. The public is invited to
will be four second-year veler-
ans, Dick Miasek and Roger attend.

Serio at forward, Moose Sims
at center, Winston Bethel at WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT
guard and one freshman, Willie
Rodgers guard.;
Miasek was second leading CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHT
scorer for the Falcons last
year with a 16.1 average. He
CASSIUS CLAY
jumps well, has excellent scor- vs.

ing ability, and. with effort, ."Mllie ':. "nodj-ers:; 'oger erio, rnie "iras, ick 'liasek' Winston 3ethel.
could be one of the state's top FLOYD PATTERSONJoin
forwards this ers, Miami Northwestern ace,
accordingto
year
who made A11-<:onference, All. I
Coach Alheim. the ringside team of Chris Schenkel,

Kangaroo of the team is with State a high 25 9 average school last GREYHOUND RACING Howard Cosell and Tom Harmon for the blow-
year'l
Serio the
who last led
team with the highest year average able the Falcons to put by-blow thrills and color. And hear guest

rebounds per game and who tremclv tough front-line defense I POST TIME expert Rocky Marciano as he comments on the

has worked at increasing his Alheim said. 8:00 P.M. fight and the fighters. Follow every minuteof
scoring capabilities.Sims Two other freshmen Tim
this special only on. .
a Northwestern High Ritmiller and Butch Stallmgs, top sports

Product, whom Alheim calls are also expected tosee a good
his "most improved player," bit ofaction thisycar.Ritmiller WANE Radio 1260 t2

is the tallest member of the is an All-State guard from Q ;;
Monday 10:00Pm
squad (6'6") and Is expectedto Maryland who had a 20.1 high
aid Serio and Miasek in con- school average.
trolling the boards. Bolstering the Falcons' y
'?be Natlea'i GrorMoawdSitwwplace"
Winston Bethel seasonedin front J line will be Hdward Johns C) tti
last year's championship Dennis Bald, Hlliott Bradley,
play is a speedy guard with Guy ChurchGerald Lotito, Bill t C.
good hands. His speed, together Risk, Bernie Staudennaier and NOW! TWIN DOUBLE cot
with that of freshman Rodg- Billy Stinger.MIAMI TrCo



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SPORTSMANSHIPWho too late to go to press. So her I am-back again-
t 1 will be state and city champions in football to meet the deadline from'now on. N.W. 7TH AVE.

I this year? Everyone undoubtedly is eager for his Sorry you missed me last week. I had Invited -
4t team to win. This is a part of team spirit. However, to the "Note" Monday night to loin In our political ---
i .. every, team can't win. The team with most victories Anyway, we had a ball and were all thrilled at .
will be chosen as the state football champions at the sults. Sorry Edith Bradley didn't make it. But '*-

i end of the season. Athalle Range.A INN
i How do you win the game? This is not an impor big hello to all of our friends..Minnie and
# tant questions to many students. The only important Mae Cause, Whynetta Green, Essie M. Watson, Amy
thing is to win. However, there is much to consider in Marlon Preston, Marcellas, Ernest Stevens, LeRoy
I" your victory and if you have thought like this you Hawkles Scrlvens, Morris Johnson, Charles Jackson, SERVICE
f t thought like this you have the wrong attitude. When Mrs. Johnnie Davis, Louis Brown, Mr. & Mrs. 'Transportation
you win the game, you want to win all around in your Newcome, Barbara Parker and Vera Hills, Joyce,
behavior at the game, your conduct while playing the
Mary, Vera and Eddie Hurts, Ida Scotts, Pauline and
game and your conduct after the game. All of these Johnny and Theodore Johnny C., Shirley and NE 4-4308
add to good sportsmanship, which plays a large part and everyone else we know and love.
in the game you are playing. Because you are anxiousto Congrats to Betty and her friend on their luck
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win don't try to put another man from the opposing Dog Track. Thanks for the party Inour Blue Room
j' team out of the game because he is a valuable player. It was a gasser. Reallyl!
\ Instead, put your best efforts forth to win the game.
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Control your temper. Because you were tackled just
when you could have made a touchdown don't get dens, visited with us. Always glad to see you,
angry and start to fight. You may endanger your team be'up to see you soon.
by being penalized or placed out of the game, which The "Afro-beats" are giving out with their COSTS
sound at In Ft. Lauderdale. It was nice
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penalized of the of you. And your lovely I old...
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