The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 21, 1966
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Uncle sam Approved a Phase one will cost a total lie works projects will pay
$3.2 million grant last Thurs total of 17.5 million, but the local share. B ,
day for the first phase of county officials expect to re-
Miami's downtown urban renewal cover $3.4 million when the In the first' phase of the

::4 a: project. land is sold to private enterprise $55 million renewal program,
Representing more than for development. the agency will clear slum
one third of the total federal The federal government property and rehabilitate salvageable -
contribution for the initial will foot $9.4 million of the buildings in an
phase, the grant was made in cost, leaving the county witha area between NW 14th St. to 'I
recognition of rapid progress $4.7 million ,obligation. 22nd St., and between NW J
yr.. 'by local officials in acquiring Dade's tax dollars-plus credits Third Ave. and the North- q\
ti land, said Myron Leff, for city and county pub- South Expressway.
director of Dade's Urban 4
Renewal Agency. ,

Leff said that nearly '
60 per cent of the parcels of "Free Choice" In
land in the central Miami re-
newal project have been ac-
l quired with the consent of
.-- property owners out of court. Public

Teamed together in brilliant contrast ate Balestra's pure silk blue crepe with The agency is put a'year Housing

jeweled embroidered insets in yoke and full long sleeves with embroidered cuffs, ahead by this program. The

and Valentino's off-white silk from the left shoulder over a original schedule called for
pure crepe
the acquisition of almost all
beaded topwith long sleeves that bares the midriff A sophisticated feature in Ebony of the 147 acres involved by Called ShamThe

Fashion Fair's Colorballoo at Miami Beach Auditorium Sunday at 5 p.m. August, 1969..

Miami Housing Auth- the project was located in a,
ority's "free choice" procedure predominantly white or
. Pupils Bused To Prevent CrowdingIn Is allocatingpublichous- colored area."

Ins was attacked Monday Martin Fine MHAchalr-
night by local NAACP man defended the present as-
order to avoid half-day Dr. Hall said that as soon Most of the pupuls involy to North Beach. leaders as a "sham that perpetuates signment in which families
sessions, Dade school officials as the housing plan is com- ed In the plan are second Among others being trans segregatioa"Three have their choice of avail
will have to bus some pldely in effect, there won'tbe graders, because their shorter ported are Cuban Refugees, members of the able project locations. He
1,000 youngsters from over- a single school on double school-day makes it pos- who are bused to central locations Department of Housing and said:

crowded elementary schoolsto session. sible for the buses to carry for orientation and Urban Development flew "I, personally, would
schools and churches Administrators expressed them when other pupils are English language classes.Dr. from Washington here and, never vote to force a man
where classroom space is fears last summer that a in classes or at home again. listened to the NAACP com to move into a certain area. .+
,available, Supt. Joe Hall dozen or more overcrowded Dr. Hall said that'West Hall said,We regard plaint that was presented at Under present policy we are ,
said Wednesday.Some elementary schools would be Little River Elementarg'pupile this as" temporary situa-t a special meeting of the not viola tin jr any tfederalpro-( ,
on double sessions this yearat will go to Miami Springs, tlon. Classes ,are being kept MHA. visions or Intent.
of the kiddies would least until constructionon Floral Heights pupils to Biscayne intact so they can be transfer Donald Wheeler Jones, "Our system is designed to
be carried as far as 10 miles three new buildings is and Al- red with their teacher, when
Elementary local president the NAACP, prevent segregation and we
from home. completed. lapattah Elementary pupils space is available; said only"automatic: assign-- are not obliged under the act

ment" by the MHA wouldmake to force integration."
desegregation effective Jones said back in the

[ under the federal regulations.He days when housing projectswere
said, 'such a plan segregated, the MHA
"would mean that the first "had no compunction about
family on the eligible list forcing a Negro to live Ina
On June 16, 1963, 32 in court: "}lad never been Attorneys for the defense Justice Hugo Black asked : be it white or colored, would Negro proJect.
Florida A&M students were before or since." argued that the students had How can there be "trespass"on have to take the first available "There will be no inte
arrested when 250 youngsters The sheriff contended, in moved twice when asked; had public property when"trespass" apartment, whether the gration." he said, "until it
staged a civil rights demonstration the original action, that the not interferred with the business constitutes "ini is directed."
in front of the Leon demonstrators had blocked the of the jail and had not tial unlawful entry?" J.L. Duncan, Philip Sad-
County Jail, Tallahasseein entrance to the jail driveway ; committed a trespass. That to Florida Assistant Attor- ler and Madison Jones, the
of others arrested the arrest them on grounds o f May be they were guilty of
protest that two I leaders refused to ney General William D. Roth HUD representatives from
previous day for picketing. "trespass though the demonstration something else, but how
move when ordered; that one answered: "It became tres-
Washington said
there be they were a
They were charged with deputy heard some demon- was on public pass when the sheirff ordered 'trespass? How can I'trespass'
when they were originally ,"making no probe of the
and convicted of "trespasswith strators say they "came downto property, was a clear con- them to d asperse and they "
housing here
allowed there? authority ,
malicious and mischievous tutional violation. didn't.
intent." The federal be arrested. "But if they were there Roth replied it was tres merely consul ting with all the
pass" under "an old statute parties involved in the
and circuit courts upheld the legally to start, then how can '
convictions.The it be considered 'trespass that maybe should be replaced. current question." ,

U.S. Supreme Court Burns Sees 'White

agreed to hear the case to ,. 'i
decide if the arrests violated ". "a "i i".t v r ff' 'rhhrl \
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the 14th Amendment by deny- '
ing the right of assembly and Backlash' In ElectionGov. .' .I,,,,' '" 1'i" '''":'f.::1;',,,.
free speech.. x >>. ,w '. '. .t
The case was argued In the '
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Supreme Court Tuesday.The .,
itself Immune from a
arrests were made on Haydon Burns said dur- ': ..
*1n Tallahassee Monday that at the polls
a basis of an ancient statute,
which according to arguments)'IfFlorida+ should not consider ing the Nov.8 general ele tion. zez
He has watched voter reaction -

Adam Powell Faces power mount expression"against and black con- yr

tinued rioting" across the a
' nation, Burns said, and he
is surprised that it did not
TodayRep. come quicker.He ) r

added, "I don't think ..;I,,,. .a r .. u
Adam Clayton Powellwas A similar order was issued Florida is any exception." '"'-
ordered to be arrested on June 1, 1964, which kept
Friday by the New York State Powell out of New York, except To the question on how
Supreme Court on criminal on Sundays, when arrests he though the backlash vote
contempt charges when Congress on such legal groundsmay would affect the gubernatorial IgL!
recesses. The Harlem not takeplace.Monday's race between Democratic
Congressman is ordered to conviction of Robert King High and He- k
be imprisoned until he paysa wilfully disobeying court publican Claude Kirk, Burns 3

$164,000 judgment against orders to present his finan- replied:

him in a libel suit. cial records could result in a "Well, Mr.Kirksayshc'sa
Justice Wilfred A. Watle- much stiffer warrant. It could Is
conservative and High
'made signed the order, and it remove his congressional r. .. .. _. .., .
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was sent to all sheriff officesin
immunity and then the warrant "
New York State. could be served any day. ers as an ultra-liberal. Breaking ground fa construction of the New Tri-Arts Medical Building are .
Powell was loser in a The Governor maintained (from left to right) Dr. J. 0. Brown, M.D.; Mrs. Eleanor Gibson, registered pharmacist -
defamation suit brought by a His sentence is being up- in ; Dr. G. K. Sands, dentist; Dr. G. A. Simpson, M.D. and Dr.
held until Monday by the that he Is taking no part ; W. A. Patterson, .,
James lIarlme widow, Mrs. Esther court, to allow Powell's attorneys the Iligh-I whom -
had the Congressman to present briefs on a he was distressed by the fiscal avenue, and is scheduled to be completed in January.

man"- called collector a "bag of graft wo- plea that the court did not claims being made "In Also in the building will be Dr. Dazelle Simpson, pediatrician, Dr. S. E. Johnson -
money for police. have jurisdiction in the case. the gubernatorial race." obstetrician and Mr..Fred Seymour, laboratory technicianPhoto by Glamour.


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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, Octobdt. 2 Y I M tJ' '
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DiesFromAuto \, ."\ : 'REV.. THEDFORD JOHNSON, 'BOARD MEM.

Florida Mem 'i College l BER OF THE UNITED FUND OF DADE


Groundbreaking Next MonthOne Charles Huffman, 37, of ERS OF OUR COMMUNITY WHO HAVE

of the oldest collegesIn In choosing Dade Countyas An HHFA Loan for $2- day at Jackson Memorial THE UNITED FUND.
the State of Florida, Flor- its permanent home,FlorIda 861,611.00 has been appliedfor Hospital of injuries received ,
ida Memorial College, now Memorial College has and every Indication Is Sept. 23 when he was struck
located in St. Augustine, will been given full endorsementby that this 'sum will be approved. by a car while crossing the
relocate in Dade County, as resolution of the Metro- street in front of his home.
announced by Dr. EdwardT. Dade County Commission, The operating budget re- According to a police report -
Graham, chairman of the the Dade County Board of quires $200,00000 to ba- Huffman was struck
college Board of Trustees. Public Instruction, the Uni- lance and this will be obtain- by a car driven by 26yearold -
Ground breaklngceremonies versity of Miami, the Dade ed annually in gifts. Gift op- Artis Solomon, of 4501
are scheduled for Nov- Junior College, the Greater portunities are also being offered NW 30th Ave. No charges
ember ,of this year and a Miami Urban League, the for the chapel, endow- were made after Investigation -
Development Fund office is Miami branch NAACP, the ments, library,scholarships, of the acddent.
now open in the Congress Miami chapter CORE and equipment and operating
Bldg. the Greater Miami Minister the contributionsof
Supported by leading ial Alliance. costs.Leadership for the move- help shape
to the commu-
citizens in Dade County, in- With two-thirds of its ment from St. Augustine to the Negro
banker Leonard L. Miami nity in the mostpositivekindof UNITED
cluding operating funds derived from was given impetusby
Abess, writer Philip Wylie, student fees and twenty-seven Rev. Graham who en- way. need this
Senator Harry Cain, percent funds derived from visions an integrated educa- "Negro youth FUND
Mayors Chuck Hall and donations, further supple- tional complex that will denv kind of rallying point, says OP DADS COUNTY
Robert King High: Luther mental funds are needed to onstrate the ability of Negro Dr. Graham. "It will go a
L. Brooks, Milton Weiss and give the new enterprise the and White to assume mature long way toward reducing
Mrs. Athalie Range,the Baptist full support of and education. responsibility via sound crime. It will give impetusto
related college will be al complex that will tripleits human relations. the better way of life. It
located on 47 acres of groundat enrollment. Considering the tact that will give us another concrete
NW44th Ct. and LeJeuneRd. The total budget for 1965- instructional fees at Florida form to lean on and tohold
., and will add to the educational 66 was$725,000.00 and this Memorial College will be on to!" THIS WEEK'S GOOD GUYS ARE:
milieu of an expanding accomodated 450 students.A much lower than other col- Trustees ,for the college
university system In Dade Title III loan for Si544,000.00 ,-, leges, the new school, there- include representatives from
County. fore fills tremendous void New York, south to Flor-
is now being processed a
The need, for a Negro while a Title I I1 Grant for both Negro and White ida and west to Texas.
college in Greater Miami, for $959,474.00hasalready youth who are now able to President of Florida Memorial +ai-
rather than one situated in been secured for new teach- benefit from this economic College is Dr. RoyalW.
remote St. Augustine,is evid- ing facilities. factor. Pureyear, who has held
ent by the concentration of Graham further sees the this posistlon for the past !
the Negro community in an College as a rallying point sixteen years.MIAMI. \
atmosphere that has shown for both the Negro adultcom-
leadership and which has START WORK TODAYll munity and particularly
been an example throughout A Public $.i.le..0..r youth. He sees the Collegeas TIMES
the'nation In the manner in 20 Y.ort a symbol of unity, spirit-
which the integration process Uv. In Molds ual value and focal point of & -=.1I=--
has taken place. Cek Bus Boys Identification that will lend
Florida Memorial Col- Dlshwoshers Port.r. toward a forward thrust in wwstlMJ/-
lege is open to all regardles Go. Stotlon Ori*rt both the Negro and general
of race, ,creed ,or color HotI & Horn. Molds communities.He BRING r
and includes an integrated w. Appreciate Your -
faculty of which 43% hold Business sees Negro pride and Athalie !"
Mrs. Range Mr. L. L. Brooks
spirit enhanced by a college
the, doctorate degree. The RESULTS
school is fully accredited by AJ..r complex and visualizes this Range Funeral Home Bonded Rental Agency I
the Souhern Association of Fa 9.8382 pride as something that will

Colleges and Schools and by
the Florida State Depart- 1N.E.5A Street
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Sen. Saltonstall Endorses Ed


Brooke For Mass, SenateSen. IIiikti

Leverett Saltonstall alert to the best interests of
has enthusiastically en- our state and nation. It Is
dorsed the candidacy of not easy for me to leave the
Atty. General Edward W. Senate where I have spent
Brook as his successor in 22 years but I want to tell
the United States Senate. you that I feel a great deal
Sen. Saltonstall came to better about leaving know-
Boston from Washington, Ing that it is likely that I
D.C. recently for the sole purpose will be succeeded by a man
of endorsing Brooke like Ed Brooke" b
campaigning for him and
introducing the U.S. Senate "Ed has been a courageous aI -
candidate at a huge rallyat and diligent Attorney tr'1ia; -
Harvard University at- General for our Common- 1
tended by 1300 students wealth and I am certain .he j
from 63 Massachusetts col- will be a courageous and
*leges and univeristies. diligent Senator. He will be Tnifi rightl! The new housing bill mikis any ix.serviceman NEW IJIEIITY
At a joint press confer very helpful in the Senatebe- (or woman)eligible for a$29Mown payment on e home That's All H.... FIIbn lIONEl ESTATES
ence with Brooke and at Harvard cause there are important why you must come see Liberty Homes Estatis. adjacent to 213th ST. 11
Issues facing nation and Liberty Gardens in booming northwest Miami If you want the Terrazzo floors
before the and
large thrill of living In your own home it list than you'd for o Sodded lots
pay :>
responsive audience, Sen.: we Republicans need able, come see our three model houses to d.,. You' live bitter rent in 7S'x 100'minimum c LIBERTY M E
Saltonstall Issued the follow articulate spokesman with liberty Homes.. Estates.BEAUTIFUL sire lot GARDENS
ing statement: ideas, men who keep their City wster and
feet on the ground and yet 2, 3 & 4 BEDROOM HOMESs12.200ns13JO IIWlD' .,..... .. 2111E ST.
"I am here to Introduce look ahead to the needs of Sliding patio doors Zo s
our' society. I know of few Choice of exterior
to' all of successorIn
you my and interior colon 201111 ST.all .
the U.S. Senate and to men as well equipped to get this SCHOOL
commend him to you. He our story across to the to and morel
will be a fine Senator Industrious American" people as Ed expresswaysClose major) SNAKE CREEK CANAL
for'':l1rr .1"klnK.| Brooke. to shopping)
as little as $83 per month


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trouble your, don't f fUll or curie, call us. Chapman or
Washington HW section Call HE 5.9089 ask for LIBERTY HOMES ESTATES ,a

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THE MIAMI TIMES Frirlnv October 21- 1966 3


The Miami Citizen Advisory Urban renewal's prime suburbs. You need high den- Urban Renewal Agency of

Committee urged last purpose is the rehabilitation sity property inan area closeto fidals. Agency Chairman
Wednesday that urban renewal of the decaying parts of MI- downtown," Rentscher Alnslcs Ferdie said any specific
officials take a second ami and, to be effective,must said. requests for charges i
thought and restudy be coordinated with the plan The contemplated densityof should be put in writing so }4 t t .
Dade's urban renewal pro- ning of thecity'scentralcore. somewhere near 30 fam- the agency could study them.

gram. This recommendationcould ilies per acre probably could FOUR PROJECTS
force delays In theland and should be raised to as '
rehabilitation project. WANTS MIXED GROUPSA high as 80 families, he said. The urban renewal program t
In a three-hour meeting has been broken up A I
Monolithic low income
into four Some A
Wednesday called by the new Negro section is not healthy The central Miami urban have
buildings already been .
County Citizens Advisory for Miami and the urban renewal area covers more demolished in First Area ,
Committee for Community renewal plam must create the than 800 acres and has a and families relocated.
Improvement, many of the possibility for the cohabitation population of over 42,000. It Public
housing was not
problems were resolved. of all Incomel'thnlcand is bounded on the north by
William Ryder,chairman social groups. N.W. 29th St., on the east originally No. 1 planned Ferdie for Project
said, be-
of the committee, said that by the Florida East Coast
cause of the "reluctance" t to
no decisions are "sacred"and His main criticism he said, Railway and N.W.. First remove large blocks of land
all should be subject to was that the Urban Renewal Ave., on the south by N.W. from the tax rolls and the
reexamination.Joe Agency is planning a low- Fifth St., and on the west by fear that
public housing "
Rentbther, member density, semisuburbanneighborhood the North-South Expressway
might result in creating an-
of the Miami citizens group, in a highly and N.W. Seventh Ave.
presented the request for the other Negro ghetto, the very
populated area closeto
very thing urban renewal is
restudy lIe said that '
downtown Miami. Coming at the end of the to eliminate. It was his
was based on the "If they want suburban meeting, Rentscher's request hope that the war on poverty ,
premises that ,living, let them go to the received no comments from will begin providing Negroeswith

sufficient income so they

LBJ Praised On Plan To won't housing have; but to accelerated rely on public land

acquisition for expresswayand Henry Arrington, popular crats from all over the
I urban renewal plus (Miami attorney is greeted by try was called to plan r
more rigorous enforcementof President Johnson at a meeting tegy to get out the
Raise Social SecurityThe code the minimum housing in Washington last week. The the November 8 coun"I

relocating, was causing people.problemsin meeting of prominent Demo-

National Urban old age.These elderly Ne- about claiming them." The Housing Agency
League this week commended groes today are in dire circumstances The National Urban should study plans for more

President Johnson on his and the same League is currently workingon public housing, he said. tiw ..
announced plan to increase thing must not happen to ry
a cooperative program .'
Social Security benefits by
another generation of aging
with the Social Ad-
10 percent for all 22 million Negroes."In Security Housing Authority I
ministration to acceleratedis- .1 .P
beneficiaries in a statement .Director Haley Sofge said
order to alleviate the
semination of such information
that instead of wa
the original
by Jeweldean Jones, NUL plight of those who are without
In the
Negro community, estimate of 60 of
associate director, Health coverage today, it is also per
and all other relevant
and Welfare. urges those eligible for removal to
essential that special
programs agencies and organizationsto public housing, the 'figure
"Such an increase would be devised and implemented -
join in the;campaign. shold be 75 cent
enhance the dignity and se- to meet their day- per ,
curity to thousands of Ne- needs homemaker The National Urban Committee member, Mrs.
to-day ,
League Is a non-profit, char- ..sir '
now approaching re- Elizabeth Virrick, said she i-: '; x
groes services, counselling, part-
itable and educational
tirement who were lucky time jobs, and intensive or- was the last one to want a
founded in 1910to
enough to have held jobs health care," Miss Jones delay in the program.
covered by Social Securityfor secure equal opportunityfor "Uut I want less to go
said.To Negro citizens.It is non- ahead and make a mistake.
the last quarter century, ensure that Social Security
Miss Jones said."Historically. benefits partisam and lnerraclalln Its This is the first urban re-
are enjoyed by
leadership and staff. newal project, but it's goingto
many all those entitled to receive
income people,especially Negroes be the last if it's not successful -
them, the National Urban
excluded from We have to capturethe
were League urges a massive in-
Social Security coverage be- formation program to inform people's imagination so
cause of the nature of the people of all available they want more urban renewal -'
jobs they held. In the early benefits: "Although the pre- .she said. e
days of the Social Security sent provisions of the Social .

such program categories, the exclusion farm labor of Security program are far ..............................
as more liberal today than they
and domestic service auto- originally were," 1\lIssJones
matically by-passed the majority said, "many people are still : FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMODATIONS : 'I

of Negroes and left them denied their rights because AT MODERATE RATES .
without protection In their they don't know how to go
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Malvin J. Williams, Ml I). RENTAL
Dugies i will open his office for the d 4
general practice of medicineon .n

Air Condition -' Rooms with or ,: October ., Open )house I AGENCY :: !
will be held this Sunday'aft. T
without bath Open 24 hours a day : ernoon, October 23, from

three to six p.m. Everyoneis htA[ _
Ph. 6339995There j invited'to attend. The office : fs
is located at 787 N W.
54th Street.Dr.Williams. c
are no better rooms on earth, than the is a nativeof : PL 9-8733 :

Richmond, Va.: lie Is .o
rooms you will find at DUGIE'S PARADISE. a

graduate of Virginia Union ................................. ::
Seeing is believing. The accommodations University and Meharry

you'll receive, you will find only in thi s Medical Internship College.at Homer servedhis n. THE LARGEST PRIVATE-HOUSING RENTAL AND MANAGE .

brother. & Phillips Hospital M. I Louis, MENT AGENCY IN 'THE SOUTH, OPERATING IN DADE AND .

Mo. From 1957 to 1959 he .
served as a medical officer .

in the U.S. Navy. lie practiced "' **f JfWf h ik
fla. in San Diego Calif., : A fleet of con,and collectors t ,give, door to door service for tenants convenience.A .
from 1959 to 1966. He has .
I worked for many years as : "- coamvnity recreation center for teenagers and'adults "rent frtt," furnished( .

Jamaica Ougie, Always a Friend. an officer in the NAAC I I'and and air conditioned for-:your'''comfort and enjoyment. .

...................................... the Urban league, particularly "

t................................................M..1.."''- in the field of housing. ,4 'A.L'icelation; deportment! to lau (700 with your problems. .
:I A great deal of time has t ''? si&'T.nontsyconcsmwill* i : ;top1vam i *lIl1n"and/reduce : Miami Times been devoted to the YMCA' { ,
and the Baptist Church. lie :
6740 15th
is also a member of I Kappa
: Miami, Florida 33147 Alpha Ifei Fraternity.Mrs.Wlll1ams 4150NW7th Ave. PL 9-8733 .

t; is the former 14255 NW 22nd Ave., Opo-locka Mil 8-0617 1163 NW 3rd Ave. FR 3-84)6) .
Dear Sir: Gladys Anderson of this 1675 NW 62nd St. OX 6-2467 ,t
city. 'I'hey met while she was 512 NW 1st Ave. Hollondole. WA 7-2434

Enclosed please find the sum of J_ : in nursing training In Rich '1019 NW6A St., Ft. Lauderdale JA4-3357 4240NW27tH Ave. -NE 5-3466 ,

: mond. Prior to their mar- tS 17325 Homestead Ave. Perrine CE 5-3553 ,3801 Grand Ave. Grove. HI 5-1381
to cover tale; cost of 0'_ subscription to riage she worked at Jackson 1019 Hommendrillf Pompono- 3-3235

; Memorial Hospital.
the Miami Times Since that time she has hada -- 5-,

full time job in giving HON. L. L. BROOKS, President '

flail Paper T* nursing care to the three lit GEORGE_ P. HARTH, General Manager : J
; tle Williamses; Malvln
Address! Ire Davis, Michael and Marsha. CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director

.. City Slats Zip Code_ : The family hobbies 'are' .. -
golf, swimming, music and A
: .home movies of course If I am to enjoy a better life, others most live better too" L. I.. Brooks

:. Su.Month. $3 00 One 1'r. $* 00 Two Yrs. $9.00. : daddy Is the lousiest golferIn

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4 THE. MIAMI TIMES., Friday. October 21. 1966



H. E. SICISMUND REEVES Editor and Publisher

GARTH WiLLIAM C. REEVES w. MCBRIDE Monoglng city editor Editor ExMroUreDJrectorMattonil Whitney M. Young Jr. V rban Leapt _I. l .:$ PRAISES

Mombor of tho Notlonol Newspaper Publishers Association

SUBSCRIPTION RATES A recent magazine poll showed that 70 percent of white" .2 GEORGE KILPATRICKAsk
feel that "are trying to move too
ONE people Negroes
$6.00 These people obviously feel that passage of a few laws, f -

important as they are, Is removing the inequalities which
Enfor//J II Socond Class Motto, August 9, 1927 at the Post, exist In our society. It is interesting that only 4 percent any student or graduate of the SBDC
OHlco ot Miami, Florida, under tho oct of Morch I, 1876 of Negroes polled agreed with them. Thus, appears that County School Board sponsored managerial and Dad!
whites who feel claw
there Is "information gap" between the
Office Itt 6740 NW an es and you'll hear nothing but praise for
15th Avenue Phone OX 1-0421 and the 96 percent of Negro George W
Negroes are moving too fast
Kllpatrict, Instructor of the class and of the SBDC
citizens who are only too well aware of the tragic discrepancies program
The NAACP Florida Conference,headed by Mr. Rutledge between the living standards of whites and Negroes as whole.
Pearson, in Its reent annual meeting October 13-17, at caused by years of discrimination and neglect.A One of these graduates, Mrs. Amber Mary Scott, SBDC;
loan recipient and owner of the Amber School of
Jacksonville issued the following 'Conference Statement: Weaving
be ,
look at a few of the most revelant statistics will Miami Beach took time out to document her
As we meet here In Jacksonville, under the theme: "Chal- praises In a
lenges to Civil Rights in Florida", we rededicate and enough to convince any fair-minded observer that Negroes letter to Mr. Lloyd Smith of the Dade County System
reaffirm our purposes, and pledge to continue our efforts, must go a long way before they can become full partnersIn The letter, In part, read as follows:

to eliminate all racial discrimination and segregation in our Take affluent income society., for example. The median Income for On August 10, 1966, I completed the course on Management
Florida. We renew stand that there will be Training at Northwestern Senior High
our no tranquility Negro families Is $3,971. But this Is only a little more School
in this state and no relaxation in the effort of than half of the median Income for white families $7,P. located at 7007 N. W. 12th Avenue, Miami, Florida
NAACP Branches until this task is successfully completed. Indeed the relative position of the Negro has declined The course covered Merchandising" and was taught
While there Is some acceptance: of the 1964 Civil Rights since 1952 when Negro median family Income was 57 by George Kilpatrick. I would like to congratulate you on
Act, in too many Instances, we find schemes and tactics percent of the figure for white families. your vision in picking a businessman for this particular
used by both public and private sources to evade and bypass The Negro has a greater knowledge of poverty, too. group. It was an excellent course and well planned..
requirements of the Act representing hypocricy in Negroes comprise 11 percent of the population,socking "Mr. Kilpatrick brought a wealth of material from his
Its highest form. out of every ten poor people are Negro. More own business life that was of interest to the class. It was
Thus, we are firmly convinced that the fight for freedom are the figures for the urban poor family. Of primary an opportunity. for the student to hear first-hand problemsin
MUST continue and that time is NOT appropriate when family units In cities that Is, husband, wife and chlldren- the business world. It was enourmously stimulating as
Negro citizens can fully entrust the handling of their grie-' only one out of twenty white families earn less than $3,000 he tied the lesson Into each experience. It was interesting
vances to others despite the seeming "good intent" of the poverty standard set by the government. But more than to observe the class and his technique with each subject
out of five such Negro familes earn less than
federal one every
government. this inadequate sum.The He made you feel that you had learned something very

HELP WELCOMEDWe 'Neflro Is far more likely to suffer unemployment.His Important, which was true. He flavored It with human Interest
therefore, welcome the help of persons who are unemployment rate-is double that for whites, and has stories, sprinkled with humor. Mr. Kilpatrick's classroom .
concerned about the plight of the Negro. But we must been since the early 1950's. It is especially rough on young manner was casual and informal. We sat in a circle.
M still call on all Negroes in Florida to resolve that they people. The most recent figures show that the unemployment He really made us TH I NK. He never talked down or diluted
.,cannot and must no abandon their quest for freedom rate for white youths aged 18 and 19 declined from his course, but he did overcome the teacher-student' barrier
and equality. As never before, the fight for full Freedom, 19 percent a year ago to 15 percent But unemployment for In the class.
{ Equality, and Fraternity continues. The forces which seek Negro youths in this group actually increased in that time "'it was a privilege and pleasure to study under his dl.
L to maintain a segregated Florida have deeply entrenched from'27 percent to 32 percent or one in three. rection. I can recommend him unqualifiedly. Mr, Lilpatrick
themselves in the political language of subterfuge and 11 Is clear too that these tragic figures are due to dis- has a gifted personality besides being very patient, proving
innuendo. The attacks upon the Federal Government and criminatory practices. Lack of opportunity has resultedin that he possessed keen judgment and quick understanding
\ federally sponsored program designed to aid the Negro 44 percent of Negro males holding jobs as laborersor He brings to his work not only ability but a sympathetic
and consequently lift him from the status of second class service employees as opposed to only 15 percent of insight concerning the students in his class. You would
citizenship are nothing less than the disguised voices of white males. When we look at the salaries of young Negro have a hard time In finding a competent successor."I .
hate and prejudice against the Negro. high school graduates, the story becomes even more shock- was Impressed by the unsevering attention of the stud
We call uon the branches across the state to wage an Ing. Their median weekly salary is only $42 comparedto ents, which is in itself an unusual compliment. I watched
all out effort to Inform the poor and illiterate of the help $58 for the white high school dropout, and $62 for their development with a great deal of interest. Mr. 1 Kil
which is afforded them through the many federal pro- white high school graduate. patrick used a tactful, tireless way to motivate each student
srrams.The. These are only a few of the statistics which could be and bring them back to the lesson. He was conscientiousand
cited in the field of but what does
employment this
the mean considerate with each and each
NAACP Legislative Program lends itself to one, going over over
; In other areas of life? It means substandard conditions
pressing need of thousands of Negro Floridians livinwithout g bad housing, and lower life point until it was understood by all. He held their attention
hlclesor expectancy. by drawing on each student for We be proudto
legislative protection and comfort. Only 13 percent of white families live in substandard answers. can
The three-thousand plus NegrovoterslntheStateof Florida housing, but, forced into urban ghettos and in a less have been under the direction of a man of such high
must exert their strength to its fullest potential until we occupy favorable economic position, almost half, of Negro families Integrity of character and clear Judgment. I have attended
status and power within the precinct, district, and live in substandard housing. many Extension classes at college during my lifetime, and'
state.levels of both political parties. The Negro citizen has a life expectancy: of only 64 yearbut Mr. Kilpatrick tops any instructor that I ever had. He Is
the white person has a life expectancy of 71 scertainly. : going places in this wonderful War on Poverty..
HOUSING" IMPORTANTIn Infant mortality rates also show that Negroes have less ofa
matters'of housing, we shall press forward for a state chance to life itself. For every thousand babies born
minimum housing code and a workable program and urge to Negro parents, 41 die, as opposed to 21 white babies
I every branch to adopt similar programs designed to bring per thousand. A Negro, boy born today has the same t- .
about these programs In every city of Florida. We can no chance of reaching the age of 20 as a white child has of ':
longer abide the building of housing projects within Negro reaching the age of 37.
communities thus furthering the isolation of Negroes into In every area of American life, figures could be cited
pockets of frustration and despair. We must now commit to show that the gap between Negroes and whites remains.
ourselves to the "scattered site", rent supplement, rehabilitation And this gap is not merely a statistical one. The figuresare
lease-purchase programs of the Federal Housingand symbols for shorter life, worse jobs, less pay, slum .,
Urban Development Office. We must now reject the housing poor education, and all the degradations and
"freedom of choice", program of HUD and demand the indignities society inflicts on the poor.
assignment of public housing units on the basis of "first An affluent America cannot sink Into complacency and I'
come, first serve." smugly agree that the Negro Is "moving too fast." The
We shall move with urgent dispatch on every front.to figures are there for all to see. lie is not moving at all
move the Negro from the periphery of politics, economyand If democracy and justice have any meaning America ..
must move, and move quickly, to Insure that all
education into the mainstream of Florida life. In an all 1 x ca
citizens share in the fruits
out effort to achieve the goals at the Offices of Mayors, equally of society.

School Boards, Superintendents, Business and Industry,
..t and extensive pressure must be brought to bear upon the PUN .;,''it
state legislature and the Office of the Governor of Florida.No PHUNMy
effort must be spared in destroying the barriers to
dear wife Ruth she's
( rambled around In Ram
full freedom and a greater share of the that shape my
powers dear
but not
expensive to bler and saw a few signs I'd
the of
destiny our state. support), recently winged her like to pass on. A beauty ---" .._-_.
NO ALL WHITE POWER way to California to see our parlor in Orlando advertises:
Wherever the minds new granddaughter. Al- "I'll curl up and dye for Kilpatrick smiles whll. students THINK'
local and
state officials
are though I missed "
her, I hadas you. A restaurant displayed
receptive to the effectiveness of
negotiations and positive
action toward the elimination of dual standards of justice one-derful time with the some toy animals with "Sargent Shriver, as Director of the Office of Economic
three Rs; Relaxing, Reading this sign: "Don't feed the Opportunity should citizens
we shall negotiate; wherever the goals can be won by litU and 'Rlting this be told of these outstanding
gallon and the legal processes afforded us In the courts column. animals. They're'already who are doing so much for their community. Mr. Ku-
we shall seek relief. However, we cannot and shall not I remember many years stuffed." In Deland I saw a Patrick should be instructing leaders in this program.A .
abandon the direct action program of protest and demons ago when she took our two trailer camp in a woodedarea. compassionate man such as he couldi bring a onenessto
tration. Though we find It Impossible to share the twisted: youngsters, Carole and It was called "Sha-De- a group. He would spire them to give faith to the poor
concept of "Black Power," we do maintain that the "power"of Diane, back to Chicago for Land." So you see, I'm not and uneducated to govern the selves.to
thedollar,the"power"political awareness,the "power", a trip. I really suffered from the only punster in Florida Mr. KilpatricU Is owner and operator of the Spic and
.of knowledge and ecisive action must no longer be all lonliness then, and I wrote .just the most persistent.I Span Market, 4801 N.W. 27th Avenue, Miami.
"white. saying, "I'm Ruthless, Car- regret not being able to In spite of the countless hours spent with his class and
We shall act with all haste to see that the State Consti- oleless and Diane to see youall" make that trip with my wife. the operation of his highly successful food market, he Is
tution Revision Committee view their task as one of historical They though that was I'm dying to see our grand- a dedicated and untiring community servant.
significance and that the protection of the Negro from segregation real George.. .and unfor- daughter. I probably would He serves as chairman of the Citizens Emergency Action
I and discrimination is a part of its thinking and tunately, it was! .by starvation. .if I left Board, Treasurer and Program co-ordlnatorofthe Browns
l! is reflected in Its legislative recommendations. Everybranch Today, each ofouryoung- my job to go. Another rea- vile Junior High School PTA, Treasurer of the Miami
I t must move now to insure that every senator and represen- sters has a youngster of her son I missed the trip is be- Chapter, Frontiers of America. He is a member of The
tative recognize the fact that the time is past due for a state own two daughters and two cause I'm insane about flyIng Cuban Refugee Commission, Fair Housing Agency ot
t civil rights law. We must in no uncertain terms convey granddaughters. I'm going You might say I'm Dade County, Inc.., Advisory Board of the Brownsville
l our problems, plight and frustations with the view that to complain to the Post Of- "plane" crazy. Flying is EOPI Center and a member of the St John's Institutional -
4 the seeming calm which prevails In Florida is only the 1 fice Department. I'm getting something to get up in the air Baptist Church.
9 opportunity for the power structure to act with all haste. no male! about, and it is the only From where I sit Dade County would be a much better
And speaking of trips, I material place In which 01
I in which If boast
We are not without awareness of the pressures of local 1 took short way I can only we were fortunate enough to
1 a jaunt recently get high. It makes me happy more Negro businessmen and dedication OfGeorge
with the
and state school officials, including our own State SupL to Orlando, Deland, Daytona for I'm ability
1 Floyd Chrlstaln to prevent the Implementation of the 1966 Beach and St: Augustine. I soar never sore when I W. Kilpatrick. _
! Revised School Desegrgation Guidelines to the extent that
'i U.S. Education Commissioner Howe and Mr. Stanley .-

Kru'ger have been castigated with deliberate unmitigated' of democracy in action to address himself to the
We must protest these vicious tactics which are of racial problems
malice. Injustice which
destroy the fabric of free THE
designed to deny all children the right to the enjoymentof tion and expression and which nullify the associa- MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN

an equal integrated education. Therefore, we call upon guarantees of our country. Florida cannot be constitutional MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
branch to let its voice be heard in the the land of .
each and every sunshine long the
so as clouds
of hate and YOU.
the WITH
"White House" attacking these tactics and calling for a gales of prejudices are not subsided by stormy DOING BUSINESS
speed-up In the full Implementation of the Guidelines and reasonand brotherhood THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.

the 1964 Civil Rights Act. The Florida State Conference of Branches PLEASE
In light of our objectives, we therefore, call upon every itself to the full meaning of Freedom commits PATRONIZE THEM!
i quality and
the and
I lorklian who is a believer theory practice Fraternity.

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f THE MIAMI TIMES) Friday, October 21,f966 ST

R Ebony Fashion Fair
t tY 'Colorballo'

At Beach Auditorium Sunday

Don't miss the 1966 ver- year's show is COLORBALLOO -
sion of EBONY FASHION and viewers will seea
Last Sunday, Dr. Selma Georee. director of the riR FAIR "COLORBALLOO", most colorful, sizzling ar-
Cleveland Job Corps, was the guest speaker for the on 'Sunday, October 23, ray of top creations designed -
annual Woman's Day Service. 1966, at 5P.M. at thebeauUIuI by famous European and
Miami Beach Audi- American designers, and
It was a sad journey for Alice Harrison last weeks torium. worn by EBONY'S hlRh-
fashion models nine fe-
she flew to Philadelphia to attend the funeral of her -
Gamma Zeta
'cousin. Omega male and one male. Color
Chapter of Alpha Kappa is here to stay-at least for
Alpha Sorotity will again this fall and winter. It seems
Catherine (Kitty) Donaldson was hostess to the sponsor this nationally- that each desinger has triedto
MRS Club at the New England Oyster House. fashion
known traveling outdo the next with brilliant -
show for the benfit of its shock-color combinations -
STATE NURSES MEET AT CLEARWATERMore Teach Dance With Park DI,'. local project,The Exceptional like purple and orange,
than 1,000 registered nurses met at the 57th Children and ScholarshipFund. and purple and red. The
Annual Florida Nurses Association (FNA) Conventim Amope Nze.dancer,act- cing which includes basic bal The Sorority has idea behind the profusionof
that opened Tuesday in Clearwater. ress, folk singer, musician let, ethnic and modern which undertaken Sunland TraIn- colon is that ITS NEW
the Dade ing Center as one of its proJects -IT'S FUN-IT'S GREAT.
employed by County she has taught in several
After a summer in Monticello, N.Y. Mr. and Mrs. Park and Recreation Dept cities In the U.S. "Amo" and also contributesan There will be many fashion
Zack Johnson returned to their home at 2445 NW 67th as Recreation Leader Dance (which her friends call her) annual scholarship to a surprises to delight the men
Street. The Johnsons were home for a day-then onto, Specialist where she teaches was adopted by an African deserving female high school and women in the audience.
creative dance graduate to the college her What about HEM-
in the Central
Nigerian who
family named
the Bahamas for a well-earned vacation Nassau,they
: choice. This scholarship is
the house District, Scott Housing Recreation her "Amope" meaning. LINES? There will be a
were guests Attorney and Mrs. L. B.John- contlnous if the
Center Westwood recipient variety of skirt lengths shown
"the first female child born
:son., Many courtesies were extended the Johnsons during
maintains desired
a aver-
Park, Larchmont Gardens and can choose the
their stay in the Bahamas. into the family. .a delicate you one
Recreation Center, Coral Es- thing. .one who must first age. The sorority has made that suits your tast, whetherit
tates Park and Calusa Park. be understood in order to many other worthwhile con- be conservative or mod.
Second Melvie Coleman Nn. 5, Order of the Eastern tributions to the in
Miss Nze was a student in be loved. .We thank God." youth Mr. Dave Rivera will
Star, will celebrate'their Sixth Anniversary on Sunday, the Katherine'Dunham' ,She is the mother of a teen- our communi ty, and serve as Music Director for
Oct. 23 at Metropolitan AME Church, 1778 NW 69th St., School of Ethnic Dance for age son who now accompanies country. One of the soro- this year's show. Fourteen !
from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Rev. p.. Williams, pastor. Mrs. 10 years. Studied under the her In her I African rity's national projects is lovely, and outstanding
Annie Lenard is worthy matron. personal supervision of Miss Dancing Group. helping disadvantaged girlsin Dade County high school r
Dunham.She Amope has been working the Cleveland Job Corps girls will serve as ushers.
Visiting Teachers Section of the FEA will con- has danced with with the Miami Actors Com- Program. These young ladies were selected -
duct a workshop in Tampa next week. Visiting teachers groups professionally in pany these past several EBONY FASHIONFAIR on the basis of their
Fredricka Wanza, Ethel Wilkerson, Johnny Patten cities from New York to San months and Is now appear is th most colorful achievement and contributions -
Gwendolyn Howard, John Goa and John Dillard will at- Francisco and Canada. Miss ing at the Coconut Grove fashion show ever to come in the school and in the
tend. Nze had developed her own Playhouse in the Company's to Miami The name for, this community..
theory and technique In dan Production of J.B.


WICS (Women in Community Service) Inc. Day was PROGRAM DATES:
observed in Dade County Tuesday with "Report to the October 24 United Nations Day r
Community," a 'program examing the accomplishmentsinof October 30 -. November National Children'sBook 1

the agency since it wa s established here in February Week .., _
1965. The event was held at the Church of the Open October 31 Juliette Low's BirthdayGirl
,Door, 6001 NW 8th Avenue. ( Scout Founder's Day)

Get well wishes to Blanche Dean, Aga Tew, Ger-
man Carey, Nettie Key, Margaret Culmer, Sarah New- "' MAKE"A DAf 'TO1ATT i f 1 'C1 e'e'Kr '
bold and .
Rudolph Thompson.Mrs.

Archie (Leona)Brown and children are visitingher i idN
father, Mr. Fred DeVeaux, who's a patient at Jack $ aek s y' a. j ,
son Memorial Hospital IU

l7 YyCOLO -_......._-
Airman Edmond'Johnson,'son'of Mrs. Bessie Johnson t Mrs. William
(Clarice) Littles, Neighborhood chair-
is home ( leave friends and Ot739ii .3s' -
on a 30-day visiting :
relatives.Dr. y,, man, Ixora I, and Miss Elizabeth Jones, advisor to
troop 409 are among the delegates from the Girl Scout

Richard V. Moore of Bethune-Cookman Collegewas .rwlrRwR k '. R.i SA A Council of Tropical Florida attending the 37th Na-
kkr+E.KS +iM' h'yK r tional Girl Scout Council Meeting and Convention at
in the city Thi-rsday to organize the 1966 United Detroit, Michigan, October 2327.
Negro College'Fund campaign at an Everglades Hotel

luncheon. .........

Two chartered buses will leave Manor Park at tDugies Guest Hous<
midnight Friday taking FAMU Rattler fans to the WIGSMR.

Term. State game in Tallahassee. Broward county is ,or'i'h, ..,Sia'sCy .', {i-!
also sending two busloads. I(. Pj.1. I.: ..., By

r" '::1 'b.tflI:; t\f I"J( : f' t4 :" MttJ
The Royal 20's Women's Club is presenting its (fS .t.r!( !.\ i ,..
First Annual Musical "Mad.Hat" Tea, Sunday, Oct. ."'''''.t.c mmpd lon\, ." ,.cAI....itt. WALTERSNow
""W' "" .
30 at the Bonded Collection Agency, 4150 NW 7th Ave., j; ,,CIt'You find o,( n thr.rothe, .

from 4 to 7 p.m. OP NwZ, flQ.URS A DAY Two Locations

The Henry Youngs christened their daughter, Traci Zeal H.W.41111 STREET 634-3851 6225 NW 22nd Ave.

Lorraine, last Sunday at Christ Episcopal church. God- JAMAICA DUGIE

James parents Woodard.are Mr. and Mrs. James Gay and Mr. and Mrs. AI_ a "lend 6011 NW 7th AVE.


Get well wishes to Mrs Janie Florence, Jackson ,
Memorial Hospital, Mrs. Thelma Clark and Beatrice I' "

Cooper, all teachers at Floral Heights Elementary.Get i
for the 754-9820
well wishes go to Daisy Oliver and her
baby daughter who were"'injured in an automobile acci- :!llii I 6919689EXPERT
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dent recently.'l l"|; i| CHILDRENbefore

Sincere sympathy is extended to the Rayford and j| WIG CLEANING,

Sands in the loss of their loved ones. f; i CUTTING & STYLING

Best wishes to John Glover who has deserted 4

teaching for a job with the Federal Government. \ ONE DAY SERVICE,

Belated birthday greetings to theat Grand old the year BY REQUEST

lady, Mrs. Annie Edwards, mother of Annette McNeal ALICE '
and Hazel'Wright, and to John R. Marks, Jr. I Ix:
t I i
!! Iiljitli, '',. runs out SPECIAL
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thank Thee, God for friendship's clasp, ith ,.WNk6'v" HUMAN HAIR
For love that stays, i join NAACPServing
For bread that on my table lies, WIGS F33.95COMPLETE :
For happy days. sine 1909 r
thank Thee Lord, not that you keep "
I $2.00 and up. See your Local}\ WITH
All ills from me, tf Branch or send membership 1 I
Nor that you send me boundless joy ( .\ .. FREE WIG CASE
,11"i National! Assocutoi lit ui ?
And ecstasy, ,
But that you give me strength to bear 4.:' UnumiHt Ci sod Pupil. L\.: & FOAM HEAD

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And with it send that priceless giftA } ..r
heart to sing. .;= $89.95 VALUE)

Avis H. Baxter JENEVAJ'


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. 6 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, October 21, 1966 ---

1R'RICHMOND Ialnitinnaagia11aatpiaa11111//IIIIInlt1111111iW Polls See Elective Round AboutTalk

HEIGHTS Focus Sheriff High GovernorA

aenrereesesreeeerrrggrriseeesIIPIUUIIIUInerrseBy and "no In he f2th CongressionalDistrict ::1_./ .
big undecided composed of South HAPPENING NOW United
Gwendolyn Loveme Ross comment" vote will decide WHAT'S Nations
the sheriff's question in the Dade and Monroe County, Bunche's daughter Jane pierce (Mrs. Burton Armstrong

SCHOOL SCOOPS Nov. 8 election, accordingto Dante Democratic Fascell Congressman is out in front Pierce) death still a mystery-*suicide murder? .g
figures released by Will- with 54 cent while GOPer Light heavyweight champ Jose Torres trying to get a
Seniors on parade made for a star-spangled''Stunt C Polls, South Florida pub- Mike Thompson per has 26 percent fight with Cassius Clay for the heavyweight title
Night" on October 14, in Palmetto High School's auditorium. lic opinion survey firm. Undecided is. 12 per Congrats to Orioles (Baltimore baseball great, Frk;
Carol Jacobson and Shelley Pace emceed the Regarding the sheriff question Will- cent with 8 per cent not com- Robinson, a sure bet for Baseball's Hall of Fame ,

program. Senior members of Chatonettes, cheerleaders, pollster cent Charley they want menting.In Ernest Gallashaw, 17-year-old East New York youth indicted -
majorettes, and the "Triple-Trio" united to perform the said sheriff's per post say appointive the llth CongressionalDistrict for first degree murder in the sniper killing of

,comic skits. Joy Cray made double appearances; firs'tas while 23 per cent favor an part of North Dade 11-year-old Eric Dean in Brooklyn's July race riot was
a folksinger in the "Cruel war" and second in a elective law official. Twenty- and Central Dade, Democratic freed last week on a verdict of not guilty. Now there
group imitating the Supremes. A roundup of the latest four per cent of the Interviewees Congressman Claude are new witnesses claiming they saw a white boy,
teen dances was presented by another group. "The are undecided, with Pepper is unopposed. known as "Little Joe" 'shoot down Eric Dean on July
Uniques," composed of Jesse Jones, Harold Hankerson 20 per cent refusing to com- 21 Now that Torres has knocked out Scotland's
he reported.
Doug Walker and Larry Morris sang a medley of ment Democratic, Miami Mayor, Chic Caldeswood, his big problem will be Dick Tiger

Temptation hits. This variety show is an annual senior Robert King High continuesto .. Dec. 12 at Madison Square Garden. If he wins,he will
_._ ---_ After the "Kiss and Tell"
project. lead his Republican opponent challenge Clay scande
Claude Kirk by 59 to f of Michigan sen. Bernard. O'Brien, involving stag
October 14-15 was a red-letter weekend for the 31 per cent in the guberna pictures and all of those beautiful babes; Adam Clayton
Mays High Rams. These dates marked their Home- torial race in Dade County, \ f Powell seems like an angel. Bad morally, but it sounds
Will. In this .
coming and it was reigned over by Judith 3eckwith contest according, five to per cent are undecided I like a lot of fun in Washington, D. C.

(senior queen) and Sharon Bush junior queen) and attendants with the same percentage ELSIE ARRINGTON -

Mary chatdson and Shirley Lumpkin. rdusing to commentOne I "MODEL OF THE WEEK"
A pep rally and resurrection of the Rams on Friday of the closest races is Elsie is a clothes modelin
kicked off the athletic weekend. Sandra Atkins and the contest for the new 10th the Inc.
District Garment Center,
Larry Bsnn were elected Mr. and Miss Color Day. On Congressional clubs dan
House of Representatives She likes night ,
Friday night, spirited students gathered for a free pep seat in Broward County and cing, open country life and
rally and dance. Saturday afternoon saw the surge of North Dade. Democrat vacations in Miami. She

colorful marching units, decorated organizational cars, Joseph Varon leads Republican hails from Danville, Va.,
and Homecoming floats down Goulds streets. In the Herbert Burke, 3a to Smiling Eddie Lee Pitt- likes living in the 126th St.
game on Saturday night, the Rams lashed the Douglas- 25 per cent. A big 32 per man, popular local businessman and 5th Ave. section of
undecided with 10
Anderson team 50-0. The Rams celebrated their victory cent is Will per is the new owner Harlem. Her favorites:
cent not commenting
with a Homecoming dance later that night. of the Dive-Inn Bar Singer: Lou Rawls, song: 1
says. 1772 NW 79th St. Phone
W1-9131. He Invite all Love is a Hurting Thing."
INSIDE OUR CHURCHESMr. his old friends to come Hobby: Shopping for new
and meet new friends. clothes.
Talmadge W. Fair, executive director of the "WHAT TO DO ABOUTAN Everyone welcome. Indf

Urban League, will be keynoter at the first annual AUTO ACCIDENT"The MUSIC SURVEY TEEN TOWN CHATTER Jimmy Puf
church banquet of the Second Baptist Church on October fin's "what Becomes of the Broken Hearted" dedicatedto

28 at 8 p.m. at the DuPont Plaza Hotel.Mr. Brownsville Neigh the Buster Tollivers. They, have broken up. To Calvin
borhood Center of the Economic SOCIAL SAVINGS '
Fair is a native of Winston-Salem, North Caro- Opportunity Program,- Cambridge living for up in the Williamsbridge sec

lina. He graduated cum laude from Johnson C. Smith Inc., will present a legal panel CLUB tion of the Bronx, we dedicate B.B. King's hit "Don't
'University after attaining his Bachelor of Arts degreein and discussion on "what The Social Savings Clubis Andwer the Door" Orine Rhaney that lovely Bronx
sociology. in 1963, Mr. Fair received his master o f To Do When You Have An celebrating its 31st anniversary starlet can't wait to visit Miami, come the Xmas holi
social work degree from Atlanta University School of Automobile Accident," Monday Sunday Oct. 23 by days. She's cute. Dedicating the Supremes "You can't
Social Work. Oct. 24 at 8 p.m. attending the 11 a.m. morning Hurry Love" Lorraine Allison's hit"Stay with Me"
Participants, on behalf of service at the Church of the
He and his wife, Evelyn Davis Fair, are active the Dade County Bar Association Incarnation, Father T. Dear, to cute Carolyn Estes Dionne Warwick's song"I!
members of the Church of the Open Door and reside at will be Attorneys rector. Don't Know" to Sandra Brown. This is Scoop Bethel
5920 SW 184th Street, Opa-locka. Peter;, Nimkoff and Aaron Pod. saying time and tides' waits for no man-C-U-NX-WK.
hurst. This club was founded by
Following his graduation, he moved to Miami and
The meeting, open to the the late Mrs. Bertha Robinsonand
became the associate director of the Greater Miami public, is sponsored by the is the guest of Mrs. Win-
Urban League. Nine months later, he assumed the postof Legal Services Division of nifred Doles. we invite all
an executive director of the National Urban League. the EOPI, agency that fights all friends to worship with us.
Professionally, Mr. Fair is affiliated with the Florida the war on poverty in Dade sident.Mrs. Lillian Nairn is pre- DAN'S BARBER SHOP

Chapter of the National Association of Social Workersand county. 1490 NW 62nd Street

the Council of Executive Directors of the National
Urban League.A Due to the inconvenience of my working

civil rights leader from his college days, Mr. customers, as of Nov. 1st, we will open at

Fair presently active in the movement. 12 noon until 9 p.m. Mon. thru Thursday

Civically, he serves on the Booker T. Washington John Be Fri. and Sat. 8 a.m. until 8 p.m.

Community School Steering Committee, Florida State Barber Wanted
Human Relations Council, Advisory Committee of Project
Miami, Board of Directors of the Dade County Fair

Housing Agency, Technical Advisory Committee on
bade's War on Poverty and the Professional Advisory
Committee of Barry College's School of Social Work.
Won't you attend this banquet and help to kindle 1
flame of brotherhood and establish a God-fearingworld? 1
Tickets maybe purchased from any church member for a
donation of $5.00 (teens) or $10.00 (adults). Mrs. Mary NOW PLAYING

Wooten is banquet chairman. The Rev. John A. Ferguson '. dss DRIVE-IN THEATRE

is the pastor.




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cater to private parties and club affairs the poetic Scots of their treasured John Begg,whose One Eyed Jocks

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.--:v THE MIAMI TIMES: Friday. October 21.. 1966 7 \.

r W 400 Attend Afro ..w

Insurance Open HouseThe tr'. ,

untiring efforts of the and Dazelle Simpson.
late Manager Otis D. Jamesto .

A 11; have the Company pro- Home Office guest In at
tV.r BY DAVE BONDU vide a modern up to date tendance were: Dr.. James
office In Miami, became a H. Lewis, ChairmanPresident -

reality Sunday, October 16, Mrs. Mary L. Betsch,
when more than four-hun- Executive Vice President-
Last Friday, as I stepped off Pan American Airways
dred Treasurer Vice
(400) President-
flight 407, and my foot hit Bahamian Soil, I knew it
was going to be a fine week-end. I think I keep going to non-policyholders, business Secretary-and Mrs. I. IL -
associates and well wishers Burney, II, Vice President-
Nassau for one reason: every time I go, everyone I know, CLYDE KILLENS
and were guest at Open-House, Manager-Claims Depart.
some of those I don't know seem so glad to see
I stayed at the Dolphin Hotel, this time, and it is sucha 1929 N.W. 54th Street ment-and Mrs. 1.. R. Rutherford -' TU popular KilUnt will
nice hoeL The manager, Charlie llerglin, is just as The well appointed office, Sr., Investment Man- ... present kit Seventh Annual I
nice as he can be. I had dinner at "The White Jates": adorned with flowers from ager and Mrs. W. Russell :r: affair,. Monday, Oct. 31, at
and for the price that Jimmy Hayek and I paid, it would Theresa Florist,'_Mrs. Melba Robinson, Executive Assist- the Sir John Knight Beat.
have been better to eat at Koyal Castle. Jimmy Hayek, .y imgs, widow of the late ant-Auditlng DepartmentMrs.
Is a Miamian, and one of my very best friends. lie is Manager, Perry's Florist, Rosa L. (Baby) Vance
the Executive Vice I Yes. of Internation Supply Company, ,Miami Beach NAACP and Boyd, Field Auditor and
Ltd. Anyway, after a not too good meal, we went to the 'Sussman's Electric provided Mrs. C. S. Moore, Mrs. mildred } East Coast
Drumbeat Club to catch Peanuts Taylor along with The a background that complimented Tucker and Field Auditor -
Deacon, King of the Limbo; and Pat Nolle, who looks the modern office furnishings B. H. WImby. Visiting' Tailors
and sounds like Nat King Cole. When Pat sings one of Telegrams of com- Managers were Wlater G. "<
Nat's songs, you can see tears flowing down the cheeks of pliments and best wishes Boyd, Jacksonville, CliffordE. 0\ SPECIAL ,
the women tourists. Anyway, the show was justgreat. From )were received from Mr. and Corbin, Daytona Beach TAILORED SLACKS -
there we went to the Lemon Tree, owned by Richie le- Mrs. James W. Everett and and Mr. and Mrs Clarence $14.95
lamore. He too has a nice show. I went back to the I Drum lion, And TV ctor.. George S. Ellington, Ft Pierce. Alterations and I Remodeling
beat and met Muhammad All (or Cassius 'lay) sitting in ,- Mice Blanco, a previous FAST SERVICE I
the back of the club, and no one knew he was in the room. winner In Clyde Killen't An- 1I1NW&2ST.
He and I exchanged a few pleasantries, and the next morn- CAP To Produce 1,000Pilots nval Masquerade Boll and
Ing we met on Hay Street (where he was being followed Show, is already signed up as PL 8.3901A
by a throng of people)I. lie said he wanted to see Nassau an entrant in this year's ..- cuff whl you wall f.
and have a little rest. lie also wanted to meet some ""Anytime"JOHNNY
Muslims in Nassau, and.got a direct"no", Nassau is completely AnnuallyAccording travaganza. f
Muslim free and they don want any, so I am told.
Anyway, I will say again. ,whenever you have the to Col. Joe L. ddental cost of meals during BURKE ANNOUNCES THE \
time, get a ticket from Charlie North and visit "Paradise", Mason, USAF, Cap. National the encampment." For more ..,
where you'll have a ball. Commander, "Civil information contact Sgt. Her- GRAND
888 * * * Air Patrol may soon becomethe nice Ash of the John K. Kennedy .

Pretty girl of the week: IH'SSII''II.KINS: : I leading source of pilots Squadron, Miami, Fla.. '', OPENINGUOFFIE.TKJCLi
Pretty boy of the week: IUCHAKO DOHSKY for the nation's airlines and 371-7555. I
Doctor of the week: JAMES II(()<:.AN the military: and general
Golfer: of the week: LAHHY BA'i''Ii( LAIN aviation fleets through this

program.strivlngtoexpandthesum." The organizationis FR ., ocr. 21st

. . . .
mer program to the, point REGISTER NOW . 4 4 ee .4 s ee .'woe
For the past two weeks I have been requesting cards where it can produce 1,000 LITTLE FOLK PLAY FRIDAY, .SATURDAY & SUNDAY'
from you, my readers, telling me the location of some pilots annually
junk cars that need to 'moved, and to let me know "The program Itself is SCHOOL OCTOBER 21- 22.23
what kind of music you want for the concerts being plan- unique," said Colonel Ma
3290 NW 45 STREET
ned by Mrs. Athalie Range for Manor Park Now I knowit son.ttlt blends the initiative FEATURING THE FAMOUSr
Is hard to send cards because the purchase might Inter of the cadet with Miami, Florida f

fere with what you have to do, but I am hoping that opportunity provided by Nursery & Kindergarten
you'd. care about seeing that those junk cars are removed Civial Air Patrol. The Licensed by
from our streets I hope that I will not have to shame cadet must first pass the Florida State Welfare
you Into doing this, but we all should take pride in our FAA written examination h
neighborhoods, and the place we call home. for polots before he Is Call: r
.. . .' S -' 5 .' selected for flight al nin g.. 634.3044 or 6355233at r,
Tbe' sq I.C, a Civil Rights Organization which was Then the organization pays' 1 ,
formed in Miami a few months back, has finally found all expenses except the In. \
somethirur to cause the people of Miami a few conscious 1 I
pangs. Since the SC I.C found out that the people of Mia-
mire are moving toward a peaceful settlement of all of 1040 N.W. 57 Street .Note to Mayor High, Vice
their problems, and have such a good race relationship, Mayor Steve Clark, Commissioner Athalie Range, City I
they have found a way to get some publicity and cause Manager Melvin Reese and Chief Walter Headley: ((1)) ..,'" I
an issue. That issue seems to be high rents in the slum how can you explain two (2) white policemen riding .
areas. O; 1C, so we all agree that Negroes are payingtoo together in a Negro area, and the Negro policeman rides It.,
much rent inthet slum areas. The landlords do chargetoo alone in the same area? ((2)) Is it true that a top ranking 4.t5I
policeman belongs to the John lUrch ""'J I"" ;
Society? Shouldhe
much money for a one or two bedroom apartment,
and something should be done about lowering these rents, remain on the force, working with Negroes, Jews and ; A
whatever else he might hate? (3) Don't think it wouldbe Recording Artists
but let's look what could happen. We move all of the ) you + 'jDEJT.r
Negroes out of the slum areas, get them into low rental wise to take a look at the superior, officers of the Police : Singing their latest hit"He's
department and find out why the Negro discontented
nice clean neighborhoods, and we create another low policemen are
rent slum. ? .. : .'((4) Did you know that the City I'olice the Greatest"
Department has a lot of "die hards", and maybe if some I
What these groups really need to do Is to go Into these
of these things were looked into, you wouldn't lose so .-
areas and talk with the residents. We need to educate themto
policemen and would be able to
the fact of living. Let them know that garbage thrown many get qualified men
to join the department. Think about these .
things, and till
will health hazard let them know that.
anywhere a ; next week, LIVE ,LIPK.KVKKY: ,(.( .: MINUTE: (WIT "
their children should be allowed to but witha JC iIY 1_
play, freely, AND VOTE. PEACE. ,
certain amount of pride about their living quarters, so ,
that the screens are not torn out, the windows are not Singing MC

broken and the walls are not for writing; the front porchis From Cleveland Ohio
clothes. Once this is done the ,
not a place to hang ;y.t
landlord can almost be forced to bring the rents down. . . .

As it Is, he has the excuse that things are so torn up ...... .
when a tenant move out, it has to be re-painted and al- .Pi I.
most re-done in every respect. This Is one of the reasonsit 4! (1
is so hard for a person with children to rent a houseor "
apartment. If I rented out my home, I would have to Sensational Dancing Star
ask an exhorbitant amount of rent for the very same
reason, wouldn't you? If you owned a building, what GENERAL ADMISSION $1.00

would you do? Think of this, and maybe we can get LOW PRICES TABLES FREE
on the right track for getting some of these things doneIn : 3 14
the right way. Uhere were the SCLC when we needed &,cis. .Y l r
Lucky ticket holder gets Trip to Nassau
them? In Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi? Now that the
Negroes and Whites of this area have paved the way fora 1
nice peaceful method of doing things that have to be

done, this group wants to come here and show the rest lli -'
of the world what a great job they are doing.If .
the people are seeking lower rents, I would think ...
that they would consult people that they know want to !

help, rather than some outsiders. People like Mrs. Athalie .,'
Range, Father fJibson, Rev. Graham I Rev. '1', Johnson, .
Neal Adams, George: Kilpatrick, Tannle Dean, William
Wynn, Henry Arrington, Donald Wheeler .Jones, A.D.
Moore, Dr. J. (X Brown, Blanch Calloway are interestedin
our city. They know more about our city than any Joyce Lane
group could possible know. Let us rely on them
QUICK NOTE: DKPARTMKNT: .: : "The Glass" (Clyde I
Killens), called me and said his '67 Cadillac is not pine- l ,

crest green. It's gold, and If anyone has been stoppinga ,
green cadillac for tickets to the masquarade ball at the : .
Knight Beat on October 31, they soon found out that .
the person driving that cadillac did not know the first

thing about it. How come I can't collect $20.00 thata '
HTO me? HTO means "lUg time operator" Brown... Bomber .
owes ..... .... '-. '
The Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority will sponsor the pony tIX- ; T d
Fashion Fair Colorball. on Sunday, October 23, at5 !lit i"t -

at the Miami Beach Auditorium, for the benefit of the I '. ... ; ;; ,.
Exceptional: Children and Scholarship fund. Tickets can 1,1.-..-.. D
be obtained from Mrs. tezie I.. Mathis, 6961917.. t ',,Jt t .1 I.f.'
,, }
The Rinkydlnks tea, held last Sunday at the home of '" r"
C ,j
Mrs. Portia Bannister, was a huge success. Those of 1

you who did not get 'to ..utteDd..mat.1l Mrs. Bannister send contributions lives MUs Knight Beat. ..... .Carolyrv/. ,., ( ,' dnce.aCrarlotta.K, .jtena McQ 1 f lllsa.lDsairsfoet .., iviRJViNi.@awst4 + s. .:
for their worthy cause
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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday.. October 21. 1966 9

I 5, Churches Accused Of Ignoring Negro Congregations ':Ij. I

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The head of the KockcfelW of a major whhe church.
Fund for Theological And there is no denominational church opens its employment blamed Negro congregations
has doors to virtually none, themselves for not taking
location accused five plan
influential l-rotestant'deno- the drawing or programevenon board to level except," he at said.the secretarial: action to have a more Jackson's Toddle Inn I
minations In the United 'promote greater mobility." powerful voice in the church.
States of Ignoring their Ne- He said that in the United One reason for the lack of Parents Club Meeting
gro congregations. Church of Christ only.aboutthree opportunity of the Negrois I.... ;a1'he
that he lacks size and '
The Rev. Dr. C, Shelby percent ,of the pulpitsare muscle denominations first meeting of the FECT CHILD".
Hooks, Princeton, N.J. filled by Negroes and EMMANUEL. CHURCH
exe- Dr. Rooks said. Fqr exam School year for the Parents Mrs. Mosely pointed out
cutive secretary of the Fund, suggested that the effect of pie, Negroes make only OF THE NAZARENE Club of Jackson's Toddle that for the perfect child, we
told group of Negro United this situation is that a Negro Inn began with an over flow strive for growth and daily
Church of Christ leaders that pastor is virtually frozen two percent of the United PLANS REVIVALDr. I
Church of Christ membership crowd. There were many new progress not just physicallybut
the American Baptist Convention into the first substantial po- and contribute only one C. J. Johnson, noted parents,. full of enthusiasmand the ,entire GROWTH
the Episcopal, the ,sit Ion he is offered.Dr. Rooks percent of its income. Evangelist and singer from eager to gather in the which entails emotional

Methodist, the United ITesbVterlan is himself an ordained minister However, he criticized the Atlanta, Qa., will conduct a interest of their little ones, spiritual, mental etc.; that
Churches, and the of the United Church. denominations for not taking five night meeting, Oct. ,24-,1 and there were many older the true growth Is Immesure-
United Church of Christ have "The average white min- steps to Increase the numberof 28th, 7:30 p.m. nightly, at ones who know, the worth able, that growth comes In
"'virtually excluded Negroes ister in tile United Presbyterian Negro members and con Emmanuel' Church of the Nazarene and impactjhe school has an orderly manner and ,pro

from the centers of denomi- Church moves from gregations. 7940 NW 15th Ave., .on their young ones. cess. -m. _
national power and decision one church"to another every "The fact of like today is Rev. Alfonza C. Mozell, The meeting opened with The question was afil&dr' -
making. 'five years, he said. "Whatever that despite the highsounding pastor. Rev. Johnson is a the singing of America and What can we do: Shall we
.Partly because Negroes the merits or demerits national statements of noted speaker and has been the Lords'Prayer was repeat ignore, shall we hinder or
comprise a small minority of of such a system, the Negro intent concerning race, no heard over radio stations ed. A pep "greeting" song shall we help. She warned
their membership, these minister does not have that conscious denominational WMBM and WAMB singing, was led by Sara McRae one against over-protection and
choice, if he desires "I Want to Oo, Where Jesusis
churches have never had a even It. exists to Increase of theinstructorsattheschool gave the following among
program "
"clear conscious, or positive Dr. Rooks said that such substantially the number of "You Efon't Know what during which time,firm hand other things as suggestions
denominational lack of mobility denies Ne- the Lord Told Me" and "Ata
attitude'or Negro constituents Inthefive shakes were passed around for helping growth; Under-
strategy regarding' Negro groes the specialized experience denominations. Time Like This. among those present Super stand the kind of growth,
members, clergy or they need to obtain jobs What there In addition to Rev. John- visor Jackson Mosely 1 pointing out that there are
churches," Dr. Rooks said. in "the higher echelons" of for attracting programs Negro son, the Singing Angels of brought greetings and In- some keen minds, slower

He spoke at Plymouth the church. He also accusedthe bers are aimed at middle-memo featured Brunswick,during Oa., the will also be troduced the officers as follows minds, split growers, and
United Church of Christ,' denominations of not class Negroes, a small : Odessa James, Pres- harmonious growers; she
The is1 invited
very public to attend -
5301 N. Capitol Street. making good use of Negro base for attracting member- the services.. ident; Andel Micklns, Vice- stressed- the necessity of
"Negro ministers have laymen. ship, Dr. Rooks said. president; Addle Seniors, Secretary understanding so that we
only a small circle in which "At a time when Negroes In addition to failure on ; Mary L. Floyd, Fin might categorize our own
they can move for employ- are being'offered many new the part of the national denomination ancial Secretary; E. B. child and expect him to res-
ment," he said. "No Negro, vocational opportunities: Dr. Rooks Thomas Reporter,ChaplainSara pond in his way and no other.
so far as I know, is pastor throughout: the nation,_the. BAPTIST' MINISTERS McRae; then the super (2) Everyday experiences
COUNCILThe visor presented the staff as (3) giving them the feeling
follows: Sarah McRae, that we.are human ( to err
Council met Wednesday (Juniors) I. Felton, (teen- is human to forgive is'*

Luke at Baptist 11:30: Church a.m. at with St. agers); Mrs.,Turner (begin- divine) (4))lettlngchlld know
W. Williams'(4 that we do not know
the chaplain, Rev. Otis Mun- ners) year everything
dy conducting the devotional olds); S. Walton (5 year ((5) teaching them to
service. old) M. Brown((5 year olds.) be courteous and considerate
of of others and others
The greetings
# The Rev. P. W. Williams, type prop-
expositor for the Council, brought by President Jameswas erty. (6) teach them to listen;
then expounded the lessonfor indicative of sincerityand let them speak up (7) do
the week in its fulness. concern of and for our things to sharpen their me-
The president brought food children. A large number'of mory (8) read to them(draw
new parents sat eagerly as attention to word meanings,
I y4 The president brought food they listened to the remarks this being a prerequisite to
for' thought to the brethren.All that the entire program' is taking directions) (9) explore -
members are asked to always planned so that something with the child (10) introduce
be at the meeting next Wed- meaningful, helpful them to community
nesday. and informative is presentedat helpers (11) take them to
Rev.Thedford Johnson, the meeting so that their church (12) celebrate holi-
PresidentRev. coming will be enhanced and days (13) bring color to
H. Brown, P.R. CtrmanHERE'S they will be better informedfor their attention (14) good
having attended In keep manners. Concluded by say
ing with this Supervisor was ing It is better to teach too ..
presented and the subject for much too soon than to .teach
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ties' needy boys to attend. The Omegas will host these underprivileged boys at the
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10 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday. October 21., 19&S .'>> 'd.j .

f Dr. King Announces New

i Civil Rights ActionDr.

Martin Luther KingJr. the opportunity- denied them Ing any division in the Civil
has announced a dra- by their impoverished envi- Rights Movement,either with /
matic new action program to ronments. These must beginon those who advocate less militancy -
make the nation"face the fact a massive scale for Negro or those who feel they
the Negro is powerless and youth. are more militant We stand
that it is abolutely necessary 3. Work for the "political confidently on our record of
for him to amass political reformation of the South" accomplishments and hopeto
and economic power to where racism is not only In- convince all that the
to reach his legitimate creasing but spreading over methods we advocate are the
goals." the entire natioa Negroes surest road to freedom and
He warned that the white must participate in the political human dignity."
backlash and public criticism and social life in proportion The SCLC President and
will never stop the Civil to their numbers, Nobel Peace Prize winner ad-
Rights Movement "Our North and South. ded that "connotations of
Movement is the most milit- Dr. King further said that violence and separatism at- -k ..,
ant and most efl'ect1velncoo- though the expense of the tached to the 'Black Power' 11'THEY'RE,, :
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temporary struggles." Dr. Freedom Budget and other slogan must be esolutely op- ., .' .. iIIIIiot ..-....-,.. ;
King said after meeting in programs night conflict with posed" by SCLC. "Thenon- ,.!., I
Atlanta last week with top the war budget, this "is not vilent movement has never ." .. .
advisers of the Southern an argument for postponing resorted to violence or sepa- .or ."
Christian Leadership Con racial justice- is an argu- ratism," he said. "We are
ference.He ment for ending the war." justified, therefore, in reaffirming r.
called for non-violent Dr. King declined to repudiate adherence to, our
demonstrations across the certain civil tights founding principles on both
land to demand massive political organizations, saying, "We moral and practical
economic and educational -, are not interested in further--. grounds." OPPORTUNITY DAY DINNER
'measures for Ne- -
groes, and all .other poor The annual Equal Opportunity Day Dinner of the Greater Miami 'Urban League
people. League has become one of the brightest inter-racial events on the Miami human relations -
SCLC is organizing an calendar Last year's attendance was more than 800dinners This year-the

urgent program to 8th annual observance-will take place November 19 at the Deauville.Hotel, Miani
1. Unite all concerned Beach. A feature will be the honorary awards to individuals and firms that have

groups to organize the poor made outstanding contributions in areas of employment, housing, education, and
-"to tdr realize reform society economic in order and ,human relations. An award will be presented also to the Negro.mdy'of. the year.

social justice." This Includes Dr. Gilbert Porter is general chairman,of the dinner arrangements

demands to pass the A. Phillip -

Randolph, Freedom Bud- 30 years of: experience has taughtus ,,.. -

r .income get, with' a and guranteed spending annual of "Don't sell "'Jhe' cheapest. Dr. Hall To Address Comfy PTA CouncilIn

many billions of dollars a Just the freshest, ;
year to raise the economic
level of all poor people to a talk entitled "LookIng ring 'program will be and activities,',will present a
American standards of dig- at 'Ourselves," Dr. Joe "Shades of Difference,"Mrs. demonstration of ways in
,nity and prosperity. The ;t\ Hall,, Superintendent of Florence Cittadino,program which the schools prepare
Freedom Budget also provides Schools for Dade County, chairman, described the purpose boys and girls to live in a
for proper minimum, will speak on ways of handling of the evening by saying world of much change
wages, public works and the differences in culture "Knowing the weaknesses -
medical care for all. which make up the population as well as the strengthsin The Allapattah ,Junior
2. Seek meaningful trainIng of the Dade County our ways on. handling HIGH School chorus will also
and education programsfor schools, at the general meet- differences will,we hope,help perform. Mrs.. Martin Hub-
all youth to give them ing of the Dade County Council each local association to- instein, Dade County Council
of Parent-Teacher Associations ward achieving excellent in president, will be the chair-
HERE'S PROOF YOU'LL at Allapattah Junior human relationships." man of the meeting, whichis
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I THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, Octobtr 21, 1966 11

NEWS FROM H AND Negro Makes $40 But Needs $60 Week to live I

IfHTBAHAMASThe find one It Is a Negro job Davis said, in order to
AROUN Marvin Davis Florida sources.
move in the direction of helpIng -
NAACP field director, said The director said that in with low pay. productive
in an interview between ses- the major fields education, "lie makes $40 a week workers Negroes and responslbletax6paying
sions there has but he needs $60 a week to
of the organization'sstate jobs and housing,
11.1 citizens, Florida must
Bahama governmenthas Twenty-one year old Dorothy convention in Jacksonville been little progress toward live," Davis said. "lie has rid of its segregated
given Its OK for the construction Cooper won the title that white people of the desegregation in Florida. to keep the $40 job becausehe school get
of 24 homes for the of Miss Jaycee Bahamas Sunshine State are' going to is out of work otherwise. system.

use of the police staff at FreePort Saturday night, Sept 24 in have to help the Negro move "This state needs to very
Grand Bahamas. The a colorful contest at the Sher faster toward integration for seriously look at employ
homes are to have four bed aton-British ('oloniaillotel. their own good and for the ment how the minority'group's .

rooms, a porch and a storagearea The brown-eyed beauty took good of the state. ," he said.manpower"It should is utilized be JUDO for.Boys :..,... '
cost estimated first /
and will an place among 10 entrants
"This is a dilemma from 'put in the asset colum whereit \1
$250,000. They are to and won a chanceto which Lom |udo this fall.
the Negro can't get could help Florida move
be completed before the end participate in the Miss out alone," Davis said. ahead." 2i30 to 4 p.m. Saturday
of this year. World Beauty Contest in
"He doesn't have the re- $20-2
London in .
sources to change con- He said, a Negro has a month Judo ..och... '
is Two
Cooper the daughter ditions," Davis said. "The hard time finding a job-as .If' %HHERTHitiHSWlI! *
Patrick Burrows, 18, of of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Physical fitness )
Minnie Street,the Grove,was Cooper of Soldier Road, white people are going to shown by the high unemployment d.f.ns .If control (Uthinttta ',
have rate-and when he does .
to provide the re- lasting confident
killed Friday night Sept 16, Nassau, and is a stewardesswith t
when the scooter he was rid the Bahamas Airways.She FOR MORE IN FORMATION CALL 445-31!
ran into the rear of a crowned
ing was by Miss
parked truck on CarmichaelRoad. Pat Fowler, Miss Miami of TIMES ADS BRING RESULTS DICKINSON SCHOOL OF JUDO

His death was the 1965-66. Ivy Hdon was second 4&11 LEJEUNE ROAD CORAL GABLES..1
22nd traffic fatality in Nassau and Lana Munningsthird.

and the 37th fortheyearIn -

the colony. Grand Bahama NORTHERN
Frank H. Watson, at broom
super tYl ROUND RUMP
,visor of the Customs Department TISSUE u CITY

Fifteen-month-old paniel left on Oct. 2 for Kingston R OA ST
Fitzgerald Deveaux was kill Jamaica, where he will [ lJ *S3StZ&*
ed in a yard on Bahama take a one-year Diploma I.i ***SKECSG*&

Avenue, the Grove, Sept. 24, Course in Public Administration : K1.h( K NJ"""* Illtrl. 39 V BHEEH Ijte .,. .....,

when a truck driven by Edwin at the University of the _
Burrows'reversed. Joy West Indies. Mr. Watson = t ? S i57dS"SsS!
Ann Stubbs one year old, ceived his education in the
killed in similar z MOL : ? l4ijjr SBBS- Vsss*
was a accident Public School at Clarence v y

on Sept. 14. Town, Long Island, and at 8CA/r RKK M.s.s8, coX"rrlf

.. Government High School ___ R
I.-, 3Tf V
Nassau. In 1958 he went _
Police Constable Bernard .....
to the Colonial Secretary'sOffice
Itahming of the Royal Bahamas as a trainee clerk and SOAP ATM MACK HAWK U.S.CHOICI- %

l I'ol ice"Force,was buried" later transferred to,the Customs 2 =* Z8* .TN.walwn/N IMI-B tiTAN MILIt INO* YCMH CNOKSJE
with full military honors on I
Department, where he Ml ROAST TURNOVERS-
Sept 23. The 18-year-old officer umja 1& 3'$ u BREAD
worked to the
up post -= WANKl [[AIIV TRIYMO 11
who joined the Force of supervisor. In 1962 he 2 ::: ggt MiffPULL
last October,' died on Sept. went to the United Kingdom 1&
19 from injuries he receivedin for training with Her Maj- tIg :: 1& LB.! 25RESTAUPANT <

a traffic accident July 29..esty's Customs. DIAL C CAIi _

Services were held at St. .. ON STEAK tIS ROlltO J !
Francis Xavier'Cat edr' 1. NR -

.. Two police officers were SII.ON11W-EYE. S CMAHMOILtDr
2 29 ITRt{ WA CNR M00 0 00 O OR- UVBI
attacked after quelling a disturbance 971TRKT
The body of a woman at Spanish Wellson "RoLLuTtsR Aa&a '
found in 26. The settlementhas f.:1.18UIl.'" c.MmI orttoNTulIiALTi
floating Nassau Sept. AMERICAN .. : _
Harbor Sept.23, was Iden- 849persona. Thetroubleis MtN' 55s P110. 4' '! ASMOYN LUNCHEON MIST
tified as that of Arabella said to have started witha RVRU :

Cooper.; Her husband, Fred, quarrel between two fami- sous H MfTtAK I uii 39t.1 2"IAo.89t

of Hospital Lane, made the lies. Police have identified a ... SAUlA.1
Identification. 'The result of number of those who participated VAL. .RSN SMO1155 tom{ .OZ. _

an autopsy had not been in the disorder and -. RONIllLtAN r..r t')1 K sMM
revealed at this writing. charges were made against .0"OIft:""_' lLIC[ PASTRAMI "YrrATR' :110' FROZEN POODSMCKINZII

r them. := 84ct. HAM 49 i9 4A.1l5
Traffic accident in the Ba- t
hamas has climbed to an Freeport, Grand Ba- PIES ,rT4{
: S II'S II i'i' AMU, CHIIRr,
the of
all-time high this year. Charles hama, on night Sept ,
Robert Trotman, 54, suffered 12 Charles Cox drove his .
1.00 VALUt Ot VAL.UC .
truck the Road to Eight
a fractured skull whenhe on SUCIOI f
fell from a truck'at Little Mile Rock at 60 m.p.h. The BAN VITALISHAM STRAWBERRIES 3 $lSPlCIAl

Whale Cay. He died at Princess truck had no rear light or SPRAY 53''
Margaret Hospital Sept.. white light In court next pl00.OL TONKI 59 OCCASION
20 at 8:05: p.m. Addison day Cox was fined $205or : NZ[ Of. 012, ONION RINGS 2 25 <

Cooper of Palmetto Point was. 68 days hard labor and
flown to the hospital earlier his license was suspendedfor S LISTERINE

that day suffering from a three months. :4Ci>> ANTISEPTIC
fractured skull received in a ORANGE JUICE

traffic accident at Kleuthera.: The first centralized secondary '
1.3 YALS --
He died 25 minutes after :
school in the
Trotman. Their deaths Bahamas was opened at EI NZ :1i1"4VA&.9 FAMILY J9

brought the toll to 40 this True Blue, Crooked Island, Jill :r. a .N
year. on Sept 19. It is a four- : : CORN OIL SOfT
classroom building, with ad- \ CONDEN ( 1.00 VALUE

principal's office, i c"
Steve M ingot,an employee rooms and lava \ Ii .1.191. a..to.e.69ci

of the Freeport ConstructionCo. tories.supply Principal Admiral SOUP :_.. ... BALLANTINE

was seriously Injuredon __ .... :
Ferguson is a native of "' IV. VA",
Sept 21 when he fell 40'fed Crooked Island. He is a -ny TAPE VI,'V= 2 49.: BEER
from the third floor of
the Harbor House Apart ing graduate College of and Teachers'also studiedin Train- Sc::::: CORICIDiN !

year-old ments, Freeport.Trinidadian The 25-fell, the United. Kingdom.* : = COLA 6 39ma
a concrete slab ouj r.w..7.-9, 3YAKlY11e
which he was standing apparently The Wulff Road Theatre 12M

ably gave way. He prob.opened Thursday night ;..........................1 i s///.......s. psnsU.t...:[.].'.1 _-I :f : :f I."
saved than
his life by rolling- Sept 29 with more a lUNCH 1 a.a1 .
under a stationary truck to capacity crowd on hand. 1 cw ot iMi MASON '""
escape the falling debris. Over 700 turned away : Rotary MOWBt

'. because of lack of seating StAi0TN1LI JUICE :s hsigTsiK/sSS1. 3995 .:
accommodation. The new Lr'1 AU ITW 49 : :

Ivern Ulysses Davis left theatre is the most modernof GLADSUYIA .:(.11j.1iT":1: 1I E
on Sept. 18'for Vancouver, its kind in Nassau. Ie. N/N. JU"OO'I. .

Canada, to enter the University IV DAY TAILES 97 C E. ,
of .
British .
Qty, .
I avis is The George Town, Ex- T WITS {RAGS LESSI
a former Government airport,first constructedby PASCAL swam KWATHAMtY POST :................ ...sssssssss.SUSSU
High School student uma I =
and holds a B.A Degree in the Bahamas governmentin Cr POTATOES APPLES p MAiT VIS-KITS MIX t
Civil Engineering from St. 1956, is to be extendedto .ANCAKt .NVKLAIr'I.0.
Michael College, Toronto. take the new Hawker.Sid- Z fOR 3 LBs. 4 .o15Q 33'' MM"ICITS trot 7 I
aircraft that the .
He has been on the staff of deley- 748 COR-K. iiixEATWELL .
plans to
the Civil Works Department Bahamas Airways
!I and the Crown Land Office, introduce next year.Theplan 47 I CARNATION
and the Town Planning Of calls for an additional 2,000
fice. He will take a two-year feet GRATED ,
course in Community and = pEMIIIM .. 1 Loose 5 FOR S 1 EVAPvirn.iii.. -
A shortage of eggs is re- (4
Regional rt.ltv
to the Master's harming degree., leading ported in the Bahamas. The SALTINES iVHITEFATOES MILK -

three poultry farms producean .
estimated 60,000 a day, 1 l g l lCOffN

The cornerstone for the but they are not enough. Im- J .M
section of a two-story 14 ws
down to *
duties are
schoolroom for the St. 1Matthew's cents port per birds; and poultry < i [
Church was laid by thinking buying
farmers are I
Bishop Bernard Markhamon some hens and roosters from !
+*- '1\\j'co'_sept' (23..14Pf The.r building'.Y1'R:; V+. '.f. r, 1. :" >>- ... ........... ... ..>> ... .... ....." ._.. .. .. .....-.... . :... . . . . . ... rw y


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t p.12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October__21, 1966 RANGE ALBERT. ST.. LUKERev.

MrsXIaudiiiu Taylor of P. W. Williams, pastor
Mrs. Olivia Nuttnge", Mrs Bunesba Green
6973 N.W. 17 Ave., passedon reporter
died Oct
54 St.
N.W. ,
CARDS Oct. 13, 1966 at Jackson Jackson Memorial The Luke M. B. Church
I : MEMORIALS She 10 In the St.
: DEATHS Memorial Hospital.
'Hospital, Remains were sent will observe its annual Wo-
leaves to mourn her passing; to Nassau, Bahamas, Fri 'a pay Sunday, Oct. 23.
Mr.and Mrs. Rupert day for final rites and burial. The program committee has
Crutchfleld, sister,
------ --- Among her survivors are, 7 planned a wonderful program.

BARD' OF THANKS CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKS Clifton Taylor, son, Oscar sons, James, Alexander, Everyone is cordially invitedto
Arron Adderly
Julian, son, and
Granvllle, Jinken, Kzeklel, come out worship with
The family of the late Mr. Thomas Leo Albury, son, Irvis Adderly,daughter, : ; Jonathon Nottage, us sunday especially, and
MRS. MARGARET R. Sr. wishes to thank all of his Ywal Adderly, and Lillian Eugene Madames llaz- help make this day a success -
FERGUSON friends for visiting and being McElvee, a host of relatives 3 daughters, Not both spiritually and
wish to thank all the friendi I ao kind to him during his ill- and friends. Funeral serv- elene, Christina children., Patsy financially. We have selectedtwo

and neighbors for their tele- ness in the hospital Thanks ices will be held Sat. Oct.22 tage, 60 grand outstanding speakers for

trams, cards and florals in also to Mr. Bruce Adderleyfrom \ 1966 at 1 p.m. Grace I Presbyterian the day. Mrs. Susie C. Holleyof

the time of our bereavement. Nassau who made a Church. Charlie McCall better Ft. Lauderdale will be the
Special thanks to ,our pastor, special trip over. morning is
speaker. She
Bishop known as C. H. died Oct. president
Arnold Demerette, the of the Mission and
House of Albert and Mrs. Mr. Clement C. Hall, of 16.: Services Saturday at 4p.m.
Educational Convention of the
Sadie from the Liberty City
Nairn. Also to Mrs. 62 Lane passedon
1310 N.W.
I CARD OF THANKSThe Among his survivors State of Florida, first vice
Agnes Thomas ChapeL
and the
neighbors Oct.13, 1966 at Jackson president of the National
of 14th Ct. and 62nd st. family of the late Memorial Hospital. He are mother, Mrs.
Baptist Convention, USA,
Special thanks Sarah McCall, 2 daughters,
also to the THOMAS A. WHITE leaves to mourn his passing, Mrs. Naomi Symonette will be
neighbors of 17th O., in Opa- wish to express their sincere a brother, Ulysses Hall, a Mesdames, Johnnie Mae 'evening speaker She is a
locka. Freder-
May the Lord bless Womble Graham,
gratitude to neighbors an d host of relatives and friends. member of Bethel AME Church,
and everyone of Icka Maultsy, 1 son Ralph, '
you. friends of 49th $t. and toall Funeral services are on Wed Theme: "Our Task A a

The Ferguson Family who shared with us their nesday, Oct. 19, 1966. 1 aunt; Mrs. Carrie Harris ,Christian Women-Build a Bet.
of Blackshear. Ga., and a "
sympathy during our bereave- w ter You. Mrs..A. B. Sullivan
'ment. very dear friend Mrs.Vera is general chairman. Mrs.

Mr. William McDanlels, Lowe. Mary Johnson is program
The sister' of the late .... of 16210 N.W. 26 Ave., Opa- S chairman.
IN MEMORIAM Mrs. Den Annie Goodman Locka, Florida passed on

Pickett of Hialeah, who died Oct. 14 1966 at Jackson Mrs.Hilda Addison, 1601
'In memory. of our dear Sept. 30 1966 at the Baptist IN, MEMORIAMIn Memorial Hospital.. He N.W. 1st Court, Apt. 7dled

mother Hospital wishes to thank the sad but loving memory of leaves to mourn his death, In the Jackson, Memorial APOSTOLIC CHURCH

many friends and neighborswho our beloved mother, grand a son, Chester McDaniels, Hospital Oct.18. Arrange- PERRINE
.. came to aid with comfor- mother and great grandmother: a host of relatives and ments are incomplete.
ting jestures during this sad
You invited
I are cordially
r hour of bereavement. Special ... "'_.. friends.Remains will be ship .
liif; ;.'H,. to attend our 14th anrwalWomen'
thanks to the deaconesseswho ped to Slyvester, Ga., ,
Day Program
rangements are Incomplete.
came to offer prayer, final rites on Wednesday 23, 10217 SW 174th Terrace.'
and to Council I General 0. night. Services will begin at 9:30

Hugo Whitehouse for his expression a M Mrs.Nancy Walden, of a.m., 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
of special interest, Eld. S. Cooper is and
944 N.W. 66 Street passed
Mr. Jessie McGrlff,of 1325
thanks to Mr. Lorin Ash-
17 1966 at home. Mrs. Q. CUrington is reporter .
[baucher, president of the X.W. 1st. Court, passed on on-Oct. ,
(Retired Teachers Association Oct. 11, 1966 at Jackson Memorial She leaves to mourn her

'and his co-workers, and to Hospital. He leaves to death a husband, John Walden ST.- JAMES CHOIR'S

his co-workers, and to Mrs. i mourn his death,wife, Mrs. brother, Ceasar Sherman

Ann Boyd and to Dr. K. S. Mattie McGriff, a sister, Rebecca -, New Orleans, a nephew ANNIVERSARY

1I Rawdin, nurses and staff of l]a A Crump, a brother, Kmbrett Goosby, of I Detroit The 33rd Anniversary of

I the Baptist hospital, pastor .:,"', Frank McGriff, a half sister, a host of relative and the No. 2 Choir of the NewSt.

Graham and the Range Funeral Carrie Harris, a host of relatives friends. Funeral arrange- James AME Church will
,home special thanks to Mrs. r' 7: and friends. ments are Incomplete.: be celebrated at the church at
Sadie Vencent and Mrs. Rosa
.1845 NW 65th St.
Lee Brady who that
were sure
SYLVIA L. ROBINSONwho J'A beautiful
departed this life Oct. I was never left alone during Mr. Charlie Huffman, of music and program has
these two weeks of utter dis-1 2481 N.W. 59 Street BETHLEHEMRev.
17 1963. She is passed
gone to stay, -- been planned and it will fea-
but her memory lingers on. tress. on oct. 17,'1966 at Jack Oscar West, pastor ture many of the city's outstanding -
Mrs. Sylvia L. Robinson, I wish to thank all friends MRS. SUSIE HENDERSONwho son Memorial Hospital. He Gloria Howard, reporterSunday's musical organization -

daughter.and sons for their kindness shown during departed this life Oct. leaves to mourn his death, services were and distinguished speakers. -
her many months of ill 20, 1965. mother
a Mrs. Caldonia high in spirit. Our morning .
,MRS. SYLVIA L. ROBINSON ness and final death, by the You were called away to Huffman, a wife, Mrs. Dor- message was delivered by

many cards, telegrams, phone perfect rest othy Huffman, 7 children, 2 the Rev. Drain, an associate
calls, donated cars, food,, Your deeds on earth are always aunts, 4 uncles, a host of re- minister' from ''Jordan Grove.

\ IN MEMORIAMIn numerous floral pieces and blessed latives and friends.i t Why cook at home? Give BAHA'S. ASSEMBLYThe .
other donations. A ;wonderful mother laid
: t your "family a night B'ah 'is'.o(
sad, but loving memory Even tho she lived in rest. away Miami will
of our dear beloved wife, Hialeah, Mrs. Pickett shared For each of us you did your from home. There will be a observe United Nations Day
mother and grandmother, her time between Hialeah and best. Mr. Lemton Charles dinner sale at the home of as the guests of the James E.

ROSE LEAH INGRAM Miami. Religious, civic and Greatly missed by your' Moore, of 1381 N.W. 45 Deacon and Sis.' Howard De- Scott Community Association

who departed this life Oct. social activities were her family, relatives and friends. Street passed on Oct. 14, Laughter, 1136 NW 47th Ter. Golden Age club, Monday,
25, 1963.A pride and joy. She was a 1966 at Jackson Memorial Orders Ph. will also be taken, Oct. 24 at the JESCA Center,

precious one from us is member of Mt. Zion Baptist Lillie M. Roundtree, dght. Hospital. He leaves to mourn NE 39947. 4901 NW 7th Ave. at 8 p.m.
Our Junior
goneA Church in Miami, Friendship Elease Wilkerson, daughter his death a mother, Mrs. Choir will The Daha'i Youth will present -
voice we love is stillA Garden and Civic Club, American Janie B. Allen, daughter Louisa Moore, three sisters, bring its anniversary to a a play and offer native j

place is vacant in our Legion Auxiliary, Sunday Agnes Jackson, daughter Janice, .Irene, Patricia, and close sunday. afternoon at 3. songs of various countries.
Let The
hearts, us not forget our sick public is cordially in-
School teacher Benjamin Henderson
Retired Teachers son Mrs. Betty Jean Ashley, a and shut-ins. vited to attend.
Of a memory that can never Association, National host of relatives and friends. .&.....
be filled. Education Association, life
RICHARDSONMrs. Funeral services are on Wednesday
Ernest Ingram, husband member of the YWCA, Girl
Oct. 19, 1966 at the .
Irma Ski les, daughter Scout Council, Public school Lovater Westbrook 1i '
Wilda Johnson of 707 N.W. 10th St. Fla. Range Funeral Home Chap-
daughter teacher for more than fifty LINCOLN MEMORIAL PARK
Creta SIdles, granddaughter years; some of which she City, passed Oct. 14. She is el.

And Family served as principal of the survived by her husband .

school. She was active in James Westbrook. Hosena 3001 NW 46th STREET NE 44197E.
Mrs.Mattie Edwares
these and Herring of Wabaso, Fly: ,, Lee,
t many more community '
oM270 NAV:? 56 Street
activities to the one niece Edna Harris of

IN MEMORIAM time her health was up too impaired -' Fla., City, aunts, uncles, ed leaves on to Oct.15, 1966.her She JOHNSON, MANAGER, OX-1-9199
for further service.E. cousins other relatives and mourn passing
I: In sad, but lingering friends. Services'were held four sons, Theo. Mitten,

memory of C. Thomas Wednesday from Greater Thurman, and Dolphus )Kd-;
I New Mt. wards. One daughter, I'riscillla -
Zion A. M. K.:
;>4uf'cFo-oxS2nfh,d+a'>r;> @<
Church in Homestead. Chambliss, three sons,
1 Harold, Krnitt: and Albert
IN MEMORIAMIn Sheila Teresa'' Jones of Smith. 'Three sisters, Eunice: .
1 621 N.W. 10th St., expiredOct. .
memory ofI Calloway, Janice. Mitchell. Et
18, at Variety Children's and Kate I'earce. Funeral

Hospital. Funeral services' services will be held on Oct.

t will be held from the Chapel, 22, 1966, 3 p.m at St.Paul's
4t Sat. Oct. 22, at 11:00: a.m. A.M.E. Church.

She is survived by her ..
I '
'a '
parents.Herbert and Hobble

Jones, two brothers Reggie Mrs.Irene K. White, of
and Michael Jones, two 5100 N.W. 32 Ave., passedon

grandmothers Della Chester Oct. 15, 1966 at Jackson t
and Nellie Jones, great Memorial Hospital. :She r 'WE'RE ONLY

grandmother and friends. leaves to mourn her passing, 'A PHONE CALL AWAY
Clarence Jackson Hayesof one aunt, Mrs. Bertha Olip-
4920 N.W. 15th Ct., expired hant. Funeral services were '
Oct. 17.He is survivedby held on Thursday, ct.20, To know that we are here

his parents Jessie and 1966 at 3 p.m. St. Paul's twenty-four hours a day
Bertha Hayes, eight sisters A.M.K.Mrs.Mammie:. "
and brothers, grandparents, a a + ? to help you -.

aunts, uncles, other relativesand

... .. friends. Arrangementsare G. McNeil, with funeral facilities
incomplete.John of 3167 N.W. 45 Street pass- '
MRS. LEOLA IRE'NECAMBRIDOE *. IenrvPnliienfl354. ed on Oct. 17, 1966 at Jackson zY7 can be comforting.
who passed to the great N.W. 6th Avenue, passed Oct. Memorial Hospital. MIC L- "
r a.a>laaaea .er.a leaves to her death
beyond Oct. 21, 1965. 18. He is survived by his mourn ,
Gone but not forgotten. wife Bertha Polite,two broth a daughter, Amelia Maker
l Asleep in Jesus, blessed AARON FOXX ers Edmond and Cooledge granddaughter, Lessie Mae \,"9. "My Father in Heaven, help
sleep, from which she will Polite. Four sister Catherine Johnson a host of relatives me never to forget Thy Loves

never wake to weep. who passed to his eternal,'Womack, Birdie Neal, Lillie and friends. Funeral ar- 1 it looks up to me'in the

Mrs. Eva Bethel, mother have home Oct.passed 20,1964.but his Two years Bryant and Elizabeth; White, 1I I beauty of the flower ."

Mr,. Beatrice R. Miles, still lingers along our memory sisters and brothers-in-law, N \ John Henry Jowett
Mrs. Marie Richardson, way. other relatives and a host of I ,
sisters Mrs. Viola Foxx, wife friends. Funeral secy ices will Johnnie Brown of 1503 4 Oscar L. RaNges
Cleo George, adopted dght. be held N.W. 5th Avenue '
Eustice A. Bethel, Tueaday, Oct.25. at expiredOct. '
James Bethel, sons Larry, George, Son 2:00 p.m. from 11t.Inal: 16. Funeral arrange- s Funeral Home !
4 nieces, 3 nephews And Family Baptist Church. ments are Incomplete ..

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, October 21, 1966 13

'r Par Rotifers GARDEN CLUBORGANIZED so present and assured her i
Meet Best Team la Classic whole support and the facili
ties of the YWCA which U
member football team the Southern Last Thursday night, Mrs. near by.
one of four major ath- Conference will Intercollegiate be team's acceptance would of Injuries. Other woes are Ann Coleman called together The meetings of the club j
nferences will meet the In the selection.The considered come later in the same month knee Injuries fullback Rob a group of men and women tenants will be the first Thursday of y
A&MRattlerslntherenewal team at Miami. ert Lampkin, tackle Charles of the Annie.M. Cole- eachmonth, 7:30 p.m. t
with the most Henderson and man Gardens for the .
of the Orange impressive conl'erencerecord "It's too early," Gaither center Jim- purpose mil18th
said, "to have my McCaskill. Starting of organizing a garden club.
idea which
------ om Classic in the Oran- will be Invited any ANNIVERSARY
by A & e
Dee. 3. football M team will receive the Orange guard Ben Davis will be out The meeting was held at the
wI coach JakeGaither Bowl bid."We're. indefinitely, having sustained apartment of Mrs. Carrie The Cooperative Club i.. f
Cone .To oppose the Rattlers. only four'games a broken footThe Barbes, 2200 NW 57th St., celebrating its 18th Anniversary -
e Southwestern Gaither said the bid would deep In a nine-game SIAC Apt. P. All present seem to Sunday Oct. 30, 6:30
Midwestern Cone not be extended until some- schedule that has OBC is a special kind be interested in the program until 10 p.m. at the Continental
CentrallntenolJeg1.1thlet1c time in November and a pub- produced our first already confemce of sports extravaganza that: and stated since they have Club, 7th Ave. & 60th St.
Association and lic announcement of theM defeat in 14 years," he said, occurs in Uamithefirstpart such a nice and comfortable Starring Cal Roberts, the
referring to the 8-3 loss to of December each year. Unofficially homes, they are very anxious Prophets Band and Show.
South Carolina State. it is the kickoff for to keep them the same and to
the area's season'of gaiety beautify the grounds around nil I
Nineteen lettermen are on and excitement that lasts them.
the A& M square but Gaith- throughout the winter. 1490 On Your Dial i

er's starting offensive team The Rattlers suffered their The Miami Housing Authority BLANCHE CALLOWAY j
has been plagued with In- second worst defeat in OBC sent Mrs. Coleman a PRESENTS i
r juries. history last year when they letter pledging any support
Halfback Sam Anderson, ,were trounced by the Morgan that ia needed.Mr. PROGRESS REPORT
expected to be the Rattler's State Bears 36-7. In 33 Classic Charles Hadley was 3 Times Dally
big gun this year has played contests to date the Rat.tier's present, to voice further sup- }
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i 14 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, October 21. 1966' --

'\:!,, 'il. like your problems to ItJ

I: ; ; millions leave [here!

t,: Intist Women In ,Large Numbers At Council MeetingOn .

On last Friday night a lord to miss this affair which New Providence Baptist soil, Mrs. Alta Screen, Ai.s. LWT

I large number of women reg- will climax the drive for the Church made an appeal for Carrie Pittx, Mrs. Cecelia

istering from their various Council, with all monies Florida Memorial College, Lee Mrs. Mary Frances

churches, met at St John raised going for the great asking each one to give a White,' Mrs. Annie Mae
Baptist Church to perfect cause of Mission. dollar. The gift will be Johnson Mrs. Rosalie PASTOR'S AID UNION

GREATER NEWMACEDONIA plans for their Installationand All members were re- reported to the college on Sharpe, Mrs. Ann Swint,
I first annual Foreign''\.tquestedto bring to the meetIng Donation Day. Mrs. White Mrs. LC. Mlcklna, Mra. 1..& MEETS

Mission Banquet. It was de% at least ten names as was appointed by State President Cantrell, Mrs. A.L. Black-
+ 1// Rer. Roscoe Jackson pastor shear Mrs. Addie Fierce,and On last Sunday, the Pas-
I ,dded that on the third Sun- patrons and ads for the Mrs. Susie C. Volley ,
I "Willie J. Beard, reporter day morning In November, souvenir program. The as state chairman of Dona- Miss Marie White. These tor'sld Union convened at

*(' Services on last Sundaywere all members will attend St t ladles were urged to invite tion Day. Mrs. White is a ladies are friends of the Mas- the New Hope Primitive

very short, due to the John's in a group. The Rev. their pastors to give a picture woman of action who brings ter.Mrs. Baptist Church, Rev. H. Sam-
early departure to pahokoe, Thedford Johnson will and take a space for the glory to her church. Delores Covin the uels, pastor. To inspire the
I' Florida to render services for preach and will give then small sum of $6. The presi- efficient secretary, is request- idea of Charity Day constituted

) the Rev. W. M. Bouyer andcongregation his blessings as an installation dent stated that they can depend All members are urged to ing that members who are In by the Rev. W. E.
of New Hope on her pastor, Rev. Ed- attend the meeting on time, arrears with their dues to Sims, of New Hope Missionary

M. B. Church. The pastor ward T. Graham, who will 7:30 p.m., as Mrs. Emma kindly pay up by next meet- Baptist Church. The Union
f wishes to thank all the members On Dec 2 all ministers, cooperate and give stimulus Clemon Is at her best as a Ing. The presence of Mrs. proclaimed that the third
visitors and friends who friends and visitors will be to the movement Bible expositor. She comes Julia Carr Drake, Mrs. Sunday, in October will be

accompanied him on this annual Invited to attend the banquet -a prepared to lift all to a Catherine Dullard, Mrs. Annual Charity Day. The mes-

i II trip. Special thanks to for the small price oft The First Baptist Churchof higher stand spiritually. Several Rachel Pratt and others was sage was delivered by the

i all the choirs who sane ou two dollars per plate. This Brownsville, Rev. W.M. women have headed the recognized and a cordial wel- Rev. W. E. Sims. The theme
of their souls. Both usher banquet will be held at St Davis, pastor had the largest call "Come over to Mace- com was extended. Mrs. was the"Gospel We Preach,"

boards were in charge. We John's. The brilliant and attendance. Mrs. Davis,who donia and help us." They Rosalie Sharpe, Mrs. Dolores which was expanded with
had a truly glorious time i in scholarly secretary of the is an accomplished musicIan have brought or sent sizable Covink Mrs. Rachel Pratt soul] stirring power and spirit.We .
the of the Lord and the Foreign Mission Board, Dr. In the commend the following
name was very helpful amount of money for and Mrs. Ann Swint will be
4 J holy ghost was truly pro sent., William J. Harvey, will be meeting. Mrs.Mary Frances Foreign Mission. Some of hostesses for the next meet- churches and their Pastor'sAid
Ushers Board No. 2 will l the speaker. No one can af- White, ardent member , begin clebrating their 4tAnniversary h cause:
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Monday night --- Corinth M. B. Churcn,
after the fourth Sunday and Rev. T.Thomas; First Baptist
Speakers For Mt. Zion AME CHURCH OF CHRIST ST.. PAULRev. Church Rev.
will conclude the fifth Sunday ; W. J. Macon;

afternoon. Rev. W. M. Davis, SCIENTIST T. C. Kelley: pastor New Hope M. B. Church, Rev.W. .
of First Baptist Church E. Sims; New ProvidenceM.
pastor Woman's Day ObservanceMrs. Mary Rawls, reporter
Brownsville, is scheduled to "Withhold not thou thy B.Church, Rev. H. Samuel;
preach. Comp out and hear tender mercies from me, 0 Services were spiritually St.Matthews Freewill Baptist,
this great man of God. Deacon Pauline Gibson Dunn I organized Drake Memorial Lord; Let thy loving kind- high throughout the day last: Rev. J. B. Wood ley.
Vandell Bovan is presI- is the morning speaker forWomen' Baptist Church.: she is the ness and thy truth continually Sunday. Our pastor and officers Through thi s fel l lowshi p, we
a Day at Mt. Zion mother of one son, Richard preserve me." wish to thank all members were blessed to raise $106.10

dent.We, the men are in our AMB Church in Opa-locka,. Paul Dunn who is a counselorat These words from Psalmsare who helped to make our to be given to Variety Child-
financial Men's Day drive, Sunday. A native Miamian, Miami Jackson High School part of the responsive trip to Hallandale a big suc'ren's Hospital. Next year,
which will terminate the she graduated from Florida remember, you cannot: afford reading in this week's Christian cess. through the help of God and
Sunday of February 26, 1967. A&M University and receivedthe to miss hearing this great Science Lesson-Sermon Stewardess Board No. 3 they, cooperation of all our
As a captain from the Baptist masters degree in music speaker who serves so very titled Probation after Death." will serve dinners in the annex Christian i friends we look forward -

I, Training Union, your humble education from Columbia Uni- ably as a school teacher,wife, The Lesson-Sermon is read Sunday. Please plan to to a more prosperous
servant will be contactin g. versity. and mother. each Sunday in Christian have dinner with them. Charity Day

many persons of the city for a Science churches throughout Our Women's Day chairman Sister Willie Mae Bagley
helping hand. Please don't the world. The sermon also Mrs. A. Carter will be is president and Sister A. L.
let me down, it's for a very includes these words from looking forward to seeing Stephens is president.
worthy cause. Deacon Van- hoses; "I will ransom them each and everyone of you

dell Bovan i a chairman. from the power of the grave; Sunday, Oct. 23, at 4 p.m. for
I will redeem them from her annual affair. Try to make
f death." this one of your must attend ANTIOCH LB.'y

NEW HOPERev. Among related passagesto affair. NEW LIBERTY CITY .
be read from the denomina- Usher Board No. 1 will Rev. A. H. Essix, pastor
W. B. Sims, pastor r rr tional textbook is this: "The sell dinners on the first Sis. Annie Whipple, reporter ,

Mary L. Mayfield, reporter nature of Christianity is Sunday. Plan now to have "Work while it is day, for, t

Services were as usual on peaceful and blessed, but inorder dinner with them that Sunday. 'when night Cometh, no man

last Sunday, with Rev. C. W&t'_ s to enter into the kingdom Remember the sick and can work'
Reeves delivering morning \ the anchor of hope must shut-ins and say a word of Truly the members are at

message. be cast beyond the veil of prayer for them. work on the battlefield,

Our 'women are really \ matter into the Shekinah into There will be a tea at the working for Jesus. Our pas
busy preparing for our which Jesus has passed before home of Mrs. Mungion 819 tor's 4th Anniversary will be- I

Women's Day program on ticK r f us; and this advance NW 49th St. Sunday, Oct. 30, gin 8 p.m. nightly. We inviteall
Sunday, Oct. 30. So please remember F{ beyond matter must come 4-6 p.m. Plan now to attend of our members and friendsto
that date and came .. ... -- ,- throueh the joys and triumphs. this affair. This is to benefit come out each night and
out,and share with us in ourWomen.'s MRS. PAULINE OWN of the righteous as well as Women's Day. enjoy a holy ghost time.
Day, 1966. through their sorrows and af- Tuesday night: Rev. I. S.
Mrs. Dunn is presently flictions. Like our Master, we NEW PROVIDENCEThe Clark and congregation, Oeth-
ACTIVITIES: employed as music consul must depart from material semane Baptist Church.
Friday, Oct. 21 Musicalprogram tant at Holmes Elementaryand Sallie Carline will sense into the spiritual observance of the Wednesday night Rev. W.
sponsors. Youth Edison Park Elementary speak for the evening worship :
sense of being.We church's anniversary will be K. Smith,Greater New Bethel.
Choir, 8 pjn.Saturday schools. she is also the services at this observance.She always welcome you to held in our morning services Thursday night
Oct. 22 Dinner minister of music at Drake is a faithful member of : Rev. A. L.
services Sundays 11 a.m. and Sunday. Oct. 23. with recoeni- Shipp, New Mt. Moriah.
sale at the church, 6600 NW Park Memorial Baptist Church.: New Providence Missionary Weds. 8 pjn. tion of all queens and -kings; Friday night Rev.
15th Ave. Ph. 696-7745, She also participates: as organist Baptist Church. She is a dedicated of the church. Smith, Union Grove: R.

sponsors, Deaconess Board. and pianist at many of Sunday School teach Friday, Oct. 21. 8 p.m., sunday, 3:00 Baptist.Rev.
Sunday, Oct. 23 Musical the community affairs. She is er. She also serves as Art the Missionary Society will C. H. Smith Jordan
Feast, featuring Bro. Marvin a member of Delta Sigma director of the Youth Department TEMPLEThis begin its anniversary, with Our commendations our

Ludlow of Brown's Memorial Theta Sorority, Inc. Mrs. of the Missionary Society. Friday night the Rev. W. M. Davis and church: Male Chorus to
Chapel and Sis. Mary Black- Dunn is the wife of Rev. J. Plan to hear these two great in charge: of First Baptist. for a job well
Woman's Day committee willsponsor done. They
really did blend
man of New Hope. Donation W. Dunn, pastor of the newly speakers Sunday, Oct. 23. the annual "Trip Sunday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. their voices and sang with the

$1.00,8 p.m. -------- .Around the World." The bus will mark the closing of the holy spirit. So brothers,
Oct. 27 Miss anniversary with
will leave the church, 1723 message stay on the battlefield and
America Contest, sponsors, deliverer by Rev. W. II. Ed-
Captains of Women1'a Day, GRACE CHRIST EPISCOPALRev. NW 3rd Ave., at 7:30 Pleasebe ward, moderator of Seaboard keep singing for Jesus.
PRESBYTERIAN on time. Remember the sick and
8 p.m. Theodore Baptist association.
rector shut-ins.
Saturday, Oct. 29, DinnerThursday Rev. W. F. "Happy Birthday"was sung Pray for and visit
Savoy, pastor Antionette Silva, reporter in the Sunday School last always welcome. them.
sale, sponsors, Sis. Rossi Continue in for
Dean and Sis. Wardine Whiteof This Sunday afternoon, The Episcopal Churchwomen Sunday for those born in prayer
the Pastor's Aid Club from 4 to 6, the Board of will sponsor its Annual I August, September and October those who are grieved over I'
the loss
Ushers of their loved
will present a tea, All States Tea and they were given their
Dinner sale at the home of ,
and those who still
are on the
a e we look forward GLENDALE
Sis. Bernice Person. 1090 18th Church to our Oct. 30, 4 pjn. in the new cake. They were: Leonard sick list. I

NW 39th St. Ph., 634-4072, be araiiveraarv.- addition of the Parish Hall Duncanson, Gloria Forbes, Rev. C. J. Burney is RICHMOND HEIGHTS
celebrated during firt pas-
sponsors, Youth Choir. the During this time "Open Anna Forbes, Robert Thomp- tor and Claudia Wilson is Rev B. L. Turner, pastor
Pie sale I at the home of week of November. House" will be the feature Melba Rose, lona Forbes, porter. re- Rutha M. Harris stun.. reporter. u,__
Condolences to the be- activity.: Guest speaker for Lois Gibbs, Edwina Lord,
Sis. Eloise Owens, 535 NW53rd Our souls
reaved were richly fed
family of the late Mrs. the occasion will
: be Rev. Albert Forbes,William Gaitor
as Pastor
st. sponsors Claudina Turner expounded
Taylor, who will
be Joseph Coleman of Catherine
Washington Anthony SHILOH
Board No.2.FIRST the
funeral!zed word of God.
at Truly the
Presbyterian O. C. Climaxing this affair Pollack Carl Bryant, Linda
I Church this Saturday will be the crowning of Rev. A. M. Griffin, pastor Lord was in this place: as a .

afternoon at 1 p.m. "Miss Christ Church.: Who Gray.But three more weeks before Sis. C. M. Myles, reporter large crowd gathered at our
BAPTIST OF Thanks to "'. Benny will be the lucky one?Join us the observance of our Community Bible Mission for
BROWNSVILLE O'Berry and the men of on Sunday, Oct. 30 and witness Women's Day.The faithful and Sunday evening 3 o'clockthe our Fellowship Day services.
Grace for the fine message the crowning. loyal members are leaving no Deacon and Deaconess Pastor Turner gave us the
'Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor and service of worship last Worshipping with us on atone unturned in their efforts Boards will observe their six points on "Personal

Mrs. Done!I a Turner, reporter Sunday morning. Sunday mom ing were membersof i to make this the best ever in anniversary, Rev. Aaron D. Soul Winning." Be a' born-
You are always welcome Chi Eta Phi (nurses) Sorority the, history. Chairman E. A. Hall and congregation of again believer, have compassion -
Friday night, the pastor at Grace. we are always happy to Lord and co-chairman V. Tay- Ebenezer Methodist Church for soul,Communion wi th

and members will go to New -. have individuals or organizations lor with their captains, report will be in charge of the ser- God, be obedient, know your
Providence Baptist Churchto worship with us andshare that their program is taking vice. Bible, and be full of the
celebrate the anniversaryof NEW BETHELThe with us and share fine shape and they expect Saturday,the No. 1 Ushers' ,holy ghost.
the Missionary Society of the coffee hour. everyone to give the fullest Board will sell Bar-B-Que May we express our sin-
New Providence. The No. 1 men of New Bethel The Episcopal! Young cooperation. The men have and sodas at the church. cere gratitude to Mt. Tabor's

Choir will render the song Baptist Church are observing Churchmen have completedtheir : pledged to support them all Revival meeting Rev. F. Junior Ushers, New Mt. Mo-
their 9th Annual Men's
services. Day. first project, the painting the way. K. Rogers, pastor of Mt. nah's Choir No. 2, Rev. J.-
The Deacons and Deaconess Rev. Father Theodore Gibson of rear Oliver! Baptist Church of Coats Rev. F. Carter
is the the of the church.: It,was good to see Mrs. A. and
of the First Baptist morning speaker. Elder If haven't South Miami will be the many others who
Eddie 'Collie, chairman,' Bro. you noticed: it, it McCain in worship service helped ,
Church, will celebrate their Ernest Johnson co-chairman sure tools good. Sunday morning. Because of revivalist. Preaching began make this day rewarding.Five .
anniversary Sunday afternoonat Get well wishes to Mrs. illness. She had not been Oct. 23 at 8 p.m. were added to the
3 p.m. The speaker will be Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor. Louise Cooper. Sincere sympathy able to attend for about two visitors are always welcome 'church: in our morning worship.
Mrs. W. E. Sims. W. invite The .public is invited at I to the family of the late ,yean we wish her continued to worship with us. Baptism will be held at Vir-

you il9. fW-rurJ .} } -.. ",rV,5..yr.gMua! V 'i:iM &y :mmt. Remember 'Whlt fend1'bra?:wUa Key, Beach at 7:30, ..m"1,,,,,?, ,
for ,
the sick and shut-ins< Sunday morning .

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Laymen Quarterly" Meeting At Key West SALTER'S CHAPEL Beach speaker, Fla.will and be Mrs.the Velvet morning ANNUAL FALL TEA

Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor Reddick, the evening speakerat The Licensed Practical

EJernlce S. Henderson be transacted. Palm Beach, Delray Beach, Betty Morant, reporter our annual Woman's Day Nurses Organization cordially

he .South Florida Con- Delegates to the state lay Ft In our service sunday"*"- services Sunday, Oct. 23. invites you to attend its' Fifth
Lauderdale and Miami.
Laymen OrganlzJfof meeting have been asked to Ing, our guest minister, Rev. The public is invited to come Annual Fall Tea, Sunday
the A.M.E. Church make mimeographed copiesof get your reservationsin Stanley delivered a dynamic out and join Ood's Christian Oct. 23 at 4 p-m., at the

hold their quarterly meet.' their reports to be dis- immediately. For more sermon with the Male Chorusof women in their worship ser> Range Funeral Home, 5727

I October 30, at Bethel A.IE. tributed to the organization. information, please contact the church rendering the vice. NW 17th Arc. Speaker for

Church, Key West, The beautiful and picturesque Mrs. Irene L..Taylor, 957 music Mrs. Clara Underwood, .We are glad to hear that the occasion is Dr. George A.Simpson. .
tidaatl:30p.m.ilrs. island of Key West is N.W. 16th Avenue, Fort directress and organist. Miss Rose Morant, has returned .
Lauderdale, Florida. held last Sundaywas home from the hospital.Let .
L. Taylor, making The tea
Irene preparation to entertain all of us for all the Luticha Perpall is reporter.
Serence president, Is ask- the five districts that Realizing that cooperation a great success. Mrs. pray
Deerfield sick and shut-ins.
that all district pres- comprise the Great South Is the main spring of all Sylvia Portier of

its conference officers Florida Conference. Do not organizations whether reli- rotes .

I lay, members be present disappoint them. gious, fraternal or civic, we Here's Where You COM Buy

his session. This Is the, For the convenience of are asking you to cooperatewith

I meeting before the anil those who do not care to the cause by puttingin .r I I

conference; therefore, drive down, here will be your appearance at this

mess of important will chartered buses leaving West forthcoming meeting.

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[Daughters of Richard of the the Club Clun, Mrs.Chairman Theresa;Clarkis Rev. Evelyn Souter, reporterWe 6572 NW. Grocery 15th Avenue Horn's 7511 NW Grocery 22nd Avenue Carrie's 155 HW Market 17th StreetOwen'

len, a"n illustrious group were wonderfully;
S.A. Cousin, Pastor. Thelma's Grocery
urch women, organized in blessed Sunday with the Kenneth Grocery a Grocery
of the A.M E. Other members include: power of the holy spirit. Our 6410 NW 15th AvenueCooper' 311 NW 17th Street
fmory Margaret Adderley Alice J.
lurch founder, are spon- pastor preached out of his Community Drugs
Barr, Velma Brinson, L. Grocery Arch' s Grocery
their first public pro- soul about "We Women" and 6750 NW 15th Avenue
ring at Greater Bethel Carter, Eunice Clemens, Gla- the No. 1 choir sang out of 6312 NW 15th Avenue 1700 NW 4th Court

lam 23 at dys M. Edwards, Pearl Fer- theirs souls. Little Super Market
I M.E. Church, Oct. Truly we heard Wolker's Grocery Culmer's Grocery
100 guson, Lula Flowers, Gla- from heaven.Also Sunday nightour 6290 NW 15th Avenue 5345' NW 17th Avenue 533 NW 17th Street
p.m dys Fludd, Katherine Gard-
own Rev. Jackson
though Street
54th Drugs
1 Festivities will be held ner, Ramell Gibson, Brownie a little ill with a cold, Juonlto'i Grocery 1201 NW 54th Street Symonette Sundries
| the lower auditorium of Glover, Fannie Graham, preached a powerful message. 2001 NW 62nd Street 1717 NW 5th Court

church where Mrs. Fan- Ivy Henderson, Sally Micks, The No. 2 choir sang beauti Jay's Drugs' Hudden' s Grocery

L Jernigan, program chairn Gloria James, Dorothy fully. We were blessed to 18th 6307 Avenue NW 18th Grocery Avenue 1521 NW 54th Street 416 NW 6th street

has planned a unique Sneed, Lillian Stewart, AI- have three to join our big

frary and musical show frida Stibbins, Elizqbeth family. Newton s Grocery U-TOTE-M No. 225 People's Drugs

t the occasion. Taylor, Clara Woodard, Our Men's Day will begin 6320 NW 18th Avenue 695 NW 46th Street 402 NW 8th Street

[ Following the program, Elease Wesly, Alice Jones, Friday night at 8 p.m. on Clrkett'
will be Sunday morning at 11 Johnson' s Grocery No. 1
and pastries Marian M. Shannon, public a.m. BROWNSVILLETracy's
600 NW 2nd Avenue
6400 NW 18th Avenue .
Our will be *. .
ved by special hostesses of relations. speaker Rev. S. > '
Atchison of Mt. Calvary, Grocery
F.L.T. Shoe Shop
Smith's Grocery
5008 NW 32nd A.enuePark'
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along with Antioch MaleChorus. 6704 NW 18th Avenue 716 NW 2nd Avenue

At the 6:45 p.m. service Grocery
our speaker will be Liberty Grocery Alex Sundries
DAY ATT. 4701 NW 32nd Avenue
ZION HOPERev. Rev. K. E. Rogers of Mt. 6800 WW 18th AvenueWIlliam' 715H NW 2nd Avenue

HERMON Paul Freeman, pastor Olive, S. Miami, along with Joe's Market

For the past six weeks, Sis. E. Jackson, reporter his Male Chorus. We are inviting 7017 NW. Grocery 18th Avenue 4659 NW 32nd A.enueJoe' Stone's 900 NW Drugs 2nd A.enueBarkettl.
the public"and all our
eryor.e at the "Biggest Services were spiritually Market
ttle Church in Town" has I I high all day last Sunday. friends to worship with us Booker's Grocery 3171 NW 46th Street .'No. 2
this Sunday and let us havea 7000 NW 15th venueJoe' 708 NY 2nd Avenue
busy making preparationr Our of
en pastor preached out
good time in the of
name Willie & Clara Grocery
the celebration of the 10th his soul all day. .
the Lord Grocery
2352 NW 46th StreetJoe'
nual Woman's Day. We are asking everyone to we are still asking your 6981 NW 15th Avenue COCONUT GROVEDew
Under the leadership of
prayers for our pastor, sick, Market
s. Cora Brown, chairmand We are asking everyone to shut-ins Joe's Grocery 2390 NW 46th Street Drop Inn
bereaved families, 916 NW 69th Street 3727 Grand Avenue
Mrs. Augusta Rutherford, come out and share with us in
and those in the armed
hairman, this promises oui Pastor's Anniversary, services John' s Shoe Parlor
be the celebration U-tote-M 2779 NW 46th StreetRoo..elt' Grand Drugs
greatest which will start Wednesday
Visitors are always wel- 62nd st. & 11th Avenue 3640 Grand Avenue
ice at our church. The dateas night, Oct. 19 through Sunday
come. Sundries
been set for Oct. 30, evening at 3. Rev. Tanner Shell's News 2796 NW 46th Street Tropical Drugs
966. All auxiliaries of the from St. Mary's church will 7th Avenue & 58th Street, 3206 Grand Avenue

urch have combined their preach Wednesday night, Rev. MT. ZIONOPA Johnnie's Grocery i

tees, either to one side ore Slater of Day Spring will LOCKA 54th Street GroceryKIng' 2994 NW 46th Street OPALOCKAOpaIocko

other to see which of preach Thursday night. Rev. Milton Fayson, pastor
ese ladies will be crownedt Jenkins of Friendship will Rev. Brownsville Drugs Shoe Shine

the end of the celebration. preach Friday night and they The services were unusually 5820 NW Grocery 12th Avenue 4634 NW 27th Avenue 2196 All BohStohl'

ere is always a joyful will bring their congregation. high Sunday. Our pas-
Fair General Store
ompetitive betweene of tor was at his best for the Jackson's
spirit Rev. Andrew Jackson, son Grocery 4330 NW 27th Avenue 2152 All Baba
chairman and the co- Zion Hope will preach Sunday morning service, and we were 5830 NW 12th Avenue

airman to see who will be morning, Sunday evening at 3, overjoyed to have the Rev. Spic & Span Miller's Sundries
owned. Rev. Roscoe Jackson of New H. K. Smith and his congregation 12th Avenue GroceryJoe' 4801 H W 27th A.enueNeal' 22nd AvenueS, 152nd .St.

The pastor Rev. S. L. Macedonia and congregationwill render the evening

ay and his wife, Mrs. Gay, close out. Everybody is service of Greater New Grocery Grocery Avenue 7.11 Market22nd
Ire about to end their 8th welcome to come and help us Baptist Church, Opa-locka. 1208 NW 62nd StreetSeymour' 4225 NW 27th Ave. & 157th St.

''sars as administrators celebrate. And Now! The pastor, Rev. B&B Grocery
the chairman, Grocery Magnolia Sundries
ork at Mt. Hermon. We are Milton Fayson, 2351 NW 41st Street 14570 NW 22nd Avenue
8.62nd Street
Thomas, cochairman 13th Avenue
ateful to God for the many Mrs.
ccessful adventures thate Mrs. Annie L. Ben's Grocery Melvin Monroe
have undertaken.We KELLY'S CHAPEL Summersett, assistant cochairman 62nd Drugs Street 4611 NW 22nd AvenueLilly 15720NW 19th Avenue
,Mrs. Hazel Ford,
extend a cordial invi- Rev. L. L. Dean, pastor invite
and GroceryMrs.
ficers Dilly Store Davis
tion to the church lovers Sampson' s Grocery
Retha J. McKenzie, reporter
and to celebrate 22nd AvenueJoe'
and you 4761 NW
ound Dade County to comed you you 1466 NW 62nd StreetJoe'
Services last Sunday were with us our 13th Annualvornen's
worship with at
us any
Sunday, Oct. 23, Friendly Market Market
me, but especially on Oct. exceedingly enlightening Day, 5800 NW 17th Avenue 4999 NW 22nd Avenue 15921 NW 18th Avenue
0, when there will be good' with our pastor delivering an 1966.At

"Sing, ''grand speakers, impressive sermon. 11 a.m., hear the Female Economy Drugs Joe's Farm Market Armon Baptiste
nd talent of all kind will b exercised The members of Kelly's Chorus of Mt. Zion and the 5720 NW 17th Avenue 5100 NW 22nd Avenue

by the ladies of our Chapel will be having their dynamic Mrs. Pauline Dunn.
icinity. Pledge Service Banquet, At 3 p.m. none other Eddie's Grocery McCordy' s Grocery RICHMOND HEIGHTS

H You may watch this paperr Oct. 26 at 6:30 p.m. at the Harvest than Rev. S. L. Gay and his 5598 NW 17th Avenue 950 NW 36th Street

House Cafeteria, North- good people of Mt. Hermon
> further information next Richmond Heights Drugs
Beek. side Shopping Center, 79th AME, Opa-locka. Rollins 5520 NW Grocery 17th Avenue DOWNTOWN) MIAMIJoe' 14638 Lincoln Blvd.
', Tickets are 7 the very versatile -
St. & 27th Ave. At p.m. Market
sale the admission is Mrs. Sally Carline,
on Shirley's Grocery 2194 NW 5th AvenueR
.fl.50. Any member or friend and again the Female Chorus.We 5500 NW 17th Avenue PERRINE
MT. SINAI that would like to have tick- still say, if you wantto & L Market
ets for this festive occasion work, come to Mt. Zion. Curley's Market 253 NW 22nd StreetStanley'
eVe S. A. Thomas, pastor Mr. Charles ...--- 5311 NW 17th Avenue Mrs. Susie Williams
may contact 17516 Duval Avenue
Services inspiring'roughout
were 4-3329 or Mrs.
Mitchell at MT. CALVARY Palm Park Grocery 1900 NW 4th Court
the day with Rev, McKenzie at OX 64575.All .
H. servings Samuel Atchison, pastor 1398 NW 54th Street
Washington, members are urged to attend lev.;
our evening speaker.: Constance Carter, reporter Basket GOULD
the banquet. Grocery 400 NW 19th Street
I know you don't want to Visitors and friends are members of the No. 4fishers' 2407 H W 54th streetJimmie' i
Jiiss services at our churchn alway s welcome to attend Board extend their Lenny's Drugs Roble George Jr.

| Sunday, Oct. 23, sunday, services. appreciation to you, 1700 NW 3rd Avenue 21620 SW 112th Avenue
deepest 2488 NW 64th
e celebrate annual and shut- streetMac'
our Visit the sick helped to make their
J omen's Day. Our theme ins and remember them in anniversary a success. Nick s Sundries
ith Grocery
r Launch Out into the Deep." your prayers. jpecial thanks to Rev. J. W. 3013 NW 62nd Street 1522 NW 3rd Avenue NEW: LIBERTY CITY
Pur speaker for the morning t
his -
and congroaation
Kepherson H & H Market
Mrs. s. C. Mickens from Grocery
who contributed much Convenient 1435 NW 3rd Avenue Mlnlt Shop
e Mt. Olivette Baptist 5804 NW 22nd Avenue
toward their success. 20790
hurch. At the evening ser-
The No. 1 Clinic Drugs Service Drugs
l ices
the women will poent pastorSis.'Ruby iponsoring a sale on Saturday 7501 NW 22nd Avenue 1240 NW 3rd Avenue Liberty Garden Market
| a musical program for J. E. Jenkins, Oct. 22 at the home of 21135 NW 37th Avenue

)ur delight. Come on out andt L. Carr, reporter 1rs. Mary Lee Harris, 1130 Midway Grocery Barkley' Drugs

us all have a glorious we will observeour 4W 58th Terr. Dinners maya 8201 NW 17th Avenue 1201 NW 3rd Avenue
me. Mrs. F. T. Williams, Sunday, annual Woman'sDay ordered by calling PL NORTH MIAMI BEACH

airman and Mrs. T. Haze, Third speake, OX 1-9588. Sunny South Economy Drugs
with two dynamic -5013 or 7919 NW, 17th Avenue A.enueEddie'
P airman. morning speaker, "Mark Men's Day," will 1.101 NW 3rd Celeste DIllon
The brother of sis. Hattiee ers. Our of Greater Sunday Oct. 23. 1566 14! 154th Terrace
Smith be held on Morris Grocery Dnapsaol
Major died suddenly. Bethel Baptist urChurch, In i addition to' the speaker, 7404 NW 12th Avenue NW 3rd Avenue
he church is praying for herd New and president of fr. Robert Lee Stephens, ate

| the family. Opa-Iocka Seaboard Union. ,Mrs. cher in the Dade County Smith' Grocery Jockeon' Grocery KEY WEST

Let us continue to pray the Ben Johnson of Greater school system, many other 1247.NW 74th Street 423 NW 22nd Street Oscar Gum
our sick and shut-ins. Wee Esslo and district Do.sident dented men will participate
happy to see our pastor' New Bethel the wornen's Separtmont. in i this "Mark Men's Day." Cash & Kerry Southern Grocery 2)5 Julia, Str..tE
mom- : of and 6600 NW 22nd Avenue 1701 NW let Place
sent with us Sunday Ploase You are ,welcome. to bring.
k. May Cod continue to come ,'. '
worship Wid} p,. .{rl nd.
lengthen him. ,
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The KeyToModeling Teens

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.TOPSO :J1 cook

If f, .,,' A wmutiydde to developing prgr .wiiynotf
1.Reach Out, I'll Be There Four Tops ;j Motown
poise charm and 2.Knock On Wood Eddie; 'loy Stax

il teduzitpIts tf prr ionIIJ 1IIIJ tJing 3.Stay With Me Lorraine Ellison Loma Luscious cooking makes swinging parties!

4.B.A.B.Y.5.Dreamers. Carla Thomas Stax It's easy to run that casual Teen Get-Together into some-
Q. In the low slung cars and with short skirts, it Is Hall of Fame Jeb Stuart Eureka thing that will keep "bowled over" guests chattering about

difficult for me to get into an automobile, and even more 6.Whisper (Are Gettin your flair for the unusual In the party-giving set whenever
difficult( to get out. How does a model do this with case? Louder) Jackie Wilson Brunswlc> 1 i the gang gets together.

A. Backing Into an automobile is much more graceful 7.Stand In For Love O'Jays Minit
All it takes is for to look your prettiest, (or most
8.Said I Wasn't To
than entering head first. Face forward, looking toward. Going
[I < the front of car and stand alongside the door, and with Tell Sam & Dave Stax handsome, as the case may be); to have boned up aplentyon

I knee bent on leg closest to door. Sit down, head away 9.Beauty Is Only Skin Deep Temptations Gordy the all-important rule of having lots of tasty, temptingand

from car, then plant foot closest to door 'Inside on floor. 10.Love Is A Hurtin' Thing l.Qu Rawls Capitol eye-appealing partyfare, and to have "dressed up"
Slide in with your party room with plants, fresh flowers and soft lights,
your hips resting on edge of seat J llin 11.Its Alright J.J.Jackso Calla
other foot and move back Into the seat. Getting dut is, 12.Lil Darling Marvin Gaye Tamala and to have given careful attention to the little things that
also a graceful side movement. Slide over to the end of the 13.My Sweet J'otatoe Booker T. Stax go over big when they spell COMFORT for your guests.

) seat closest to the,sidewalk. Step out with the foot nearest 14.You Can't Hurry Love Supremes Motown
the door, touching the ground and facing forward. With 15.Don't Be A Dropout James Brown King If you've done all of these, your party's headed for a
the other foot, push exiting head first to a standing position. 16.FaFaFaSad Song) Otis Redding Volt s smashing success,,whether you serve refreshments around

Again, lots of practice develops grace, and eliminates 7.Sccret Love Billy Stewart Chess the coffee table, at card tables, or In the kitchen.

clumsiness.Q. 18.Never Like This Before William Bell Stax You can add the "different" note (and everybody wantsto

What Is specialized modeling? 19.Time Stopped Marvin Smith Brunswick be different)by partying up your serving with whatever
20.It Tears Me Up lucy Sledge Atlantic happens to be around the house. For instance, take a
I, A. Specialized modeling means modeling clothes or those 21.l'm Still Waiting Patti Labelle Atlantic bread basket and fill it with gleaming red and green

.personality traits for which she Is best qualified. Some & Bluebelles' peppers, or use a pretty bowl filled with .lush, green leaves,

models have photogenic faces and model for hairdos, cosmetics 22.Behlnd Locked. Doors Witches & or those turning red, autumn's'wondrous handiwork.For .
I or hats. Some are best suited for modeling gloves Warlocks
or handbags In printed advertisements TV. Other, Sew-City some real funwhat better time than nowwhy
or on
II 23.Just Like A Fish Parker
Jr. Mercury not throw'an "After the Game" fete? What does It matter
models for and shoes
are qualified modeling stockings
/ 24.Crackln' Up Over You Roy Hamilton ItC.A. for the latter
I or lost. Fun will compensate ,
because of their long, lean legs and attractive feet. Somej if the team won
I Victor
models are never seen, but, because of their voices, are 25.What Becomes ex The and add zest to the former.
I heard fashion show commentators radio TV
as or on or
:commercials. Brokenhearted Jimmy Ruffin Soul The cheering section will give out with a rounsing "Zip,

26.1 Need You Baby Alder Ray M1n1nt Boom, Rah, Rah, Rah," when you serve as many juicy,

Q. I have heard that Key Models are tempermental and 27.I've Got To Do Better Joe Tex Dial thick "Jam Session Hamburgers" as the jolly crowd can

usually show up late for their assignments.Do these charac- 28.Must I Keep On Waiting Otis Clay One-Derful eat. Serxe them with a variety of snacks, potato chips,
teristics tend to make the model much more in demand by 29.Man Loves Two Little Milton Checker and refreshing, tangy and, as pretty to look at as it Is
agencies? 30.Baby Your Time Is delicious to drink, "Rainbow Julep." You'll be the team's

My Time Bob & Earl Mlrawood start!

A. Being prompt for all assignments is very important. 31.You've Got To Be A Man Lil Beaver Deep City JAM SESSION HAMBURGKRS:
t' Punctuality is Important toa model. Agencies can lose a lot 32.What Now My Love Groove
One of ground bed'makes 5 Plan
l' of money if a television commercial or a photo is scheduled Holmes J'restelge
./ to be made at a definite time and a model l shows up late. 33.Talkin' Bout True Love Rufus Thomas Stax on 2 or 3 hamburgers for each "after-the-game" customer.
S A professional model should be cheerful and cooperativeat 34.Don't Answer The Door B.B.Klng A.B.C. In addition, have a plentiful supply of buns,catsup, mustard,
pickle relish, lettuce, sliced cheese, onions and tomatoes.
all times. When word gets around that a model is J'aramoun
always late, it is very likely she is not called again. Memphis Chuck Day For each pound of meat, add 1 teaspoon salt, 1/4
What are the qualifications for being a photographic & teaspoon pepper, 2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce and
model Young Gyants Parkway 1 tablespoon minced onions, if desired. Mix well, then
who for
II one poses advertisements or publicity 36.Give Me Your Love Satisfactions Mercury
meat into Broil the
shape patties. hamburgers in
releases to mass communication media like newspapersand 37. Cow pre-
Holy Lee Amy"38.More
Dorsey heated broiler 3 inches from
magazines? the heat, about 8 minutes,
Granville turning once. For cheeseburgers, top with a slice of cheese
Williams Federal after burgers are browned on both sides,and broil a minute
A. A photographic model's physical qualifications are 39.Poor Girl In Trouble Barbara longer or untill cheese melts.
Important. She should make her face interesting and have Mason Artie

body proportions pleasing to the eye of the camera. Many 40.I'm Ready For Love Martha RAINBOW'IU1.E1':
photographic models are tall and slim because the camera and Vandellas Gordy (Makes about 1 Quart)

tends to make one shorter and heavier. ..
advertising assignments 41. Open The Door To Mighty 1 No. 2 can pineapple juice
for TV, newspaper and magazine, a model shouldbe Your Heart Vikings Federal 1 tablespoon l'uresun maraschino (maraskino)
able to "sell" the product or service through "facial
42.}'atch My Heart Mad Lads Volt cherry Juice
expressions. Of course, she should have self confidence
43.You Make Me Feel Jerry Butler 3/4 cup Rea Lemon bottled lemon juice
poise, be reliable, well-groomed and able to get along with Like Someone 3 tablespoons sugar
people by having a pleasant temperament. Many timesan
44.Whats The Matter With Jerry 2/3 cup orange juice
agency will require a shorter person, or a heavier You Baby Williams Calla Combine all ingredients; mix well. Tour over ice cubes
person, but almost always a good model must be
45.Dancing The Duck Triumphs Verve I and serve. You probably will discover you'll. need to
businesslike, creative in posing, easy to accept and follow
46.Call Me Oliver' I triple: this recipe!
suggestions made by photographers, have wellgroomedhair
hair 47.1 Fooled You This Time lnvlncibles I.oma..
(oily sometimes prevents dress modeling so Epic
49.God Bless The Woman Sir Guy
permanents are recommended), and know all the secretsof
Armond Scamm
facial make-up to bring out the most interesting featuresof
the face. 50rhat Lucky Old Sun Cash McCall Thomas -

PICK JIlT: TRY MY LOVE AGAIN.Bobby Moore's fl' Call

Q. How does one get started as a professional model? Hhythmn Aces-Checker. I'

A. First, check your mirror. If something is left to be I CHARLESROGERS

desired, enroll in a legitimate charm and modeling school: I

Get all the experience you can, even though you might Cheryl Wise Is Going To
not receive pay. Register with a legitimate modeling agencyas I rt
well as with advertising agencies and public relations

I firms in the area. Find them in the yellow pages of your Have A Birthday Party And L '

phone book. Best opportunities for models are, in New : AT PL 1-7502
York, Chicago and Los Angeles, as these are centers for
fashion, advertising and television. However,before ap- The Public Is InvitedCheryl

proaching these agencies, get experience, observe other

models in magazines and in newspapers and on TV to Wise is six years a ventriloquist, singers, For A Good Buy on
establish a style of your own. Experience: hard work and old. This month is her birth- dancers and
self confidence are prerequisites before getting into the day. Cheryl is the Dade guests. many A Piano
modeling field. Remember, many are called, but few are Organ
chosen. County LeukemiaSociety'sPoster The best part is that by ,

Q I am considered to be short and very plump. I notice Child. She's going to coming everyone will begiv-
have a party at Dinner Key the
Ing Greatest
Cheryl Stereoor
to most of the Key Models are tall and willowy. Is there present
Auditorium on October 30 at shecouldhave-a chanceto
any help for me in becoming a Key Model?
2:30. Some of the area's top be
A. If you have a weight problem, it is suggested that seven.
entertainers are going to be Orchestra
you discuss it with your physician who will give expert there and is invited.
advice. Remember, all models are not tall. Creativity of everyone
TV script writers and artists, layout men at advertising Donation is only. $1.00 per Instruments

agencies, and public relations professions, creates a need person.Royal Castle is hostingCheryl's
for models who are not tall and willowy. If you have for II YEARS OP RESPONSIBLEBUILDING
i training and experience, by all means register with all Birthday Party SERVICE TO
Dade County Leukemia
available modeling agencies and advertising agencies, the THE COMMUNITY
Society and all proceeds will
sending a complete up-dated composite.
go to set up a Cheryl Wit BUYING or BUILDING
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Caesar, as SIS N. E. 79th St.tMlo. 1103 East Las Olas
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well as clowns, magicians



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday.. October 21., 1966 17 i

SpearingBY with. Rattlers Ease By "'

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Morris Brown 22-15! SPORTSWORLD

flonda A&M University 1".c K...iim. bt>* **,. li
had to come from from behind Scoreboard first as they ok
HARRY SPEAR I in defeating the Wol- the opening kickoff and
verines of Morris Brown marched 49 yards for the
College this afternoon, 22. touchdown. Quarterback H-
15.The roy Morand then connectedon .Y LEO ARMBRISTER Over _
sports' reporter wrote that the Dolphins were the Rattlers pulled out a 36-yard touchdown'
great in squeaker when halfback to end John Easonwith
showing progress every game they have playedso James pass
far. ,Well, they didn't let me down. This Sunday, over from Long the scampered three for 10:54 remaining in the first DOLPHINS ANXIOUS TO DOUBLE THEIR NUMBER OF

Oct. 16th,they did what I looked forward to then doing. the winning touchdown in quarter.A short Morris Brown WINS ON NEXT OUTING
They broke the ice and gave the fans one of their best the third period. The touchdown
punt their
efforts to beat the Denver Broncos 24-7. The highest was set up with a Morris the on Rattlers own their 38 second gave The Dolphins had just out performed the Denver

amounts of points they scored this year before a crowdof Brown fumble at the Wol- touchdown as fleet.footed Broncos enroute to a 24-7 score; had just recorded it s
23,500, who enjoyed every second of the game. We verine 20. halfback Hubert Ginn ran first victory in the AFL since taking up residencenine
admit the crowd was small for a games.We know The Rattlers trailed 157at for 21 and 4 yards for the games ego; had just brought the more than fifty
thing, there was too much football over the weekend: halftime. touchdown.The thousand fans to their feet in joyful respect; had just
UM 41,000; M High, 20,500. AU together there were FAMU gave Morris loss left the Rattlers extracted from each fan the emotional sentiment of
116,000 watching high school and pro ball in these touchdown Brown a field goal and a 3-1 for the season, while the "what can we say after we say we are happy." The
games. Now back to the Dolphins. It would be hard to quarter. early in the first Wolverines have to wina Dolphins had proven that patience is a necessary ingredient -
contest in four .
single out any one outstanding player, they all played The Wolverines recovereda games.It of genius-the Dolphins had won a game.
was the 28th victory
their hearts out,therefore if your name is not mentioned Rattler fumble at the MM in 32 games in the A&M- The fans were given the stimulus of confidence that it
don't feel bad. I have only so much space to work with. 4. Three plays later Thad- Morris Brown rivalry for the does take time to build a good team, and giving that
Alphonse Dotson just reactivated, played a whale of a deus Buttone kicked seven- Rattlers. time will pay off great dividends in the pleasures of
game, along with Dick Westmoreland, Billy Jo. Ed yard field goal On the ensuing FAMU has gone 150 winning.The.

Cooke, Joe Aver, Wa Hoo McDaniels, Frank Jackson, kickoff, A&M fumbledthe straight games without being game was no fluke and the Dolphins engineered
and last but not least, George Wilson Jr. and the rest ball away to Morris shut out plays that were ear-marked "we're making progress ,
Brown at the MM 22.
of you. Saturday, Florida A&M "
now watch us go; and to continue the progress, they
will host the of Ten-
Tigers have made the brain and financial heads of the teamget
DOLPHINS SIGN COOKIE GILCHRIST George, nessee A&I State Universityat
Brown then connected on the Tallahassee's Bragg Sta together and sign and deliver Cookie Gilchrist, the
Cookie needs no introduction to you football fans. second of two touchdown tos- dium. Last year the Tigers AFL's great recordbreaker, who was waived from the
Cookie is as popular in football as Willie Mays is in ses to end George Atkinson trounced the Rattlers 45-6. Denver Bronco's. The Dolphins anticipate eatinghigheron
baseball. He has established records on top of records. from the 26, giving the Wol- Tennessee holds a 3-5 edgein the hog with a piece of meat such as Gilchrist.
Toe Robbie is happy to be in uniform bv Wednesday and verines the half time lead. competition with MM.Wildcats .

play against the Houston Oilers.No players involvedinthe ;
deal in four years with AFL Cookie's record: .INJURED RIDDLED RATTLERS GROANING

Rushing 928 yards, leading the league's touchdowns THROUGH SEASONThe
13, with Buffalo in 1962. He established game records, '
with 36 carries, 243 yards gained and five touchdownson Squeeze By Rattlers had a painful win over Morris Brown

Dec. 8, 1963. He has 4,100 yards rushing in years in last Saturday;the squad is continuing to fall prey to the

AFL career. More on cookie next week.It injury bug which has plagued them all season, giving'
Benedict 13-12 the appearance of a battle scarred company from the
hills of
seems that Dick Westmoreland's beautiful wife

brought him and the team luck. She arrived a day be- Willie Benjamin, aS'10"; Benjamin was also the
fore the game. I wish to thank Bob Briner for the help 186 pounds halfback pulledthe leading ground gainer with The 22-15 defeat of Morris Brown did not elate
he has given me in keeping the fans posted with the Bethune-Cookman College 54 yards net with nine yard Coach Gaither, on the contrary, he lamented the poor
nobhins. Bob can always find time to keen me informed Wildcats out of the fire per carrying average. He showing of his famed Rattlers.
about the Dolphins.Dolphins play Houston Oilers this when he scored two touchdowns was outstanding last weekin

Sunday, Oct. 23. Watch WcKT channel 7, 2:30 p.m. and in the fourth quarterin the game against Morris
WIOD Broadcast 1:45 a come from behind victory Brown College and seem to The Rattlers, who are 3 and 1 for the season ruefully -
p.m. 13-12 over Benedict Col- have won a star position with list defensive back Rudy Sims, center Jimmy Mc-

TRAZ POWELL'S MAYS WINS 6th STRAIGHT lege Tigers from Columbia, tonight's performance.The Caskill, halfback Robert Lampkin, fullback Preston
South Carolina tonight. Bethune-Cookman Johnson and end Andre White, all on the injured list
Unbeaten Mays trounced Jacksonville Anderson College Wildcats who are and seeing only limited action.
for The Wildcats were out three and 0 for the season,
its 6th
straight victory, 50-0 Saturday night at
played thefourthquart- will meet'Alabama A&M
Harris Field. The threw for
five touchdowns
Rams -
er as the Benedict Tigers next week at Memorial Stadium
three by Clarence Patterson and two by Jerome Mc picked up 94 yards rushingand in Daytona Beach
Dow Ell. Halfback ?on McGregor hauled in one of the 69 yards in the air. Florida. EXCELSIOR LEAGUE FIFTH WEEK STANDINGS

passes, a nine yarder from Patterson, and ran for two TEAM
others. W L PINS

Hagan & Fonda No. 1 12 8 13332

B. T. W. WINS 5th STRAIGHT Going To Bowler's Pro Shop 12 8 12901

Quarterback yyoodrow Green hit on eight of tenI I Packer Pontiac 12 8 11581

passes for 165 yards and accounted for two touchdownsin The DogsWITH Cloverleaf Sport Shop 11 9 12871
leading unbeaten Booker T. to a 46-20 victory over The Five Summersetts 11 9 12577

Monroe High at Miami Stadium. Green passed 11 yardsto RICHARD GURZAN New Fontier 11 9 12320
Dwight Moss for one touchdown and scored a secondone Yale Organ Cobras 10 10 12567
a_four yard run. Your sports writer had the plea- I Hagan & Fonda No. 2 10 10 ,- 12140
sure of covering this game. Racing Fans: can get out around the top The Olympics 10 10 12131
This is the first of my and hold on to win. Tucker's Famous Food 10 10 12013
in the What I look for firstlyis
columns to appear
of the last Metzers Pro Shop 9 11 12417
the the time dog's
Miami Times on Sport
JACKSON WI NS ANOTHERThe Thompson Texaco 9 11 12236
,of Queens, Dog Racing, and race, which is located on
Jackson High Generals took advantage ofthree I hope to be able to give the right hand side of the Mwtropolitan Cleaners 9 11 11880
first quarter funbles by Miami Beach and defeated you a little insight on whatto program. Now I am not 9 to 9 TV Drive In 99 11 11773
the Hi-Tides, 33-6 Thursday night at Curtis Park. look for when you go talking about the winner's Bowe's Barber Shop 8 12 11464
The Generals daninated the first quarter as Bernie to the races. This is not a time but the actual running LEO'S SPORT WORLD 7 13 10998
how to beat the time of the greyhound.If .
Strachan scored twice on a one-yard plunge and a67yard column on
punt return. The versatile Strachan also kicked dogs, but I hope to pass I has see that the best a "breakingdog" time in TEAM HIGH GAME: Bowlers Pro Shop, 1017; Ha

the conversion after his second touchdown.A may along help some you information in your selections that- his last race of all the dogsin gan & Fonda No. 1, 952; The Five Summersetts, 939.

35-yard pass from Bruce Edwards to James King and maybe you can the race, I feel it is worth- .
produced the third TD,in the opening period. go home a winner. while to play that dog and TEAM HIGH 3-GAME: The Five summersetts,
A First of all, let's take I,will, generally play him to 2807, Hagan & Fonda No. 1, 2778; Cloverleaf Sport
around tight end by William Russell -
supplied seven-yard the fourth run score. "early speed." Early speedis win and place, giving myself Shop, 2770.
a dog's ability to go out a margin that one dog may
Jackson came back in the fourth quarter as quarterback -' and get an early leader. Now, catch him, in which case I INDIVIDUAL HIGH GAME: Willie E. Robinson, 246;
Edwards scoredon 0, a 34-yard keeper. Strachan by looking at the racing program will collect my place bet Billy Johnson, 245; Frank Southward, 244.
kicked the extra point. you should be ableto To sum up, it is generallya
which dog or good bet to play break-
INDIVIDUAL HIGH 3-GAME: Willie E. Robinson,
dogs have early speed. For ing dog or a dog that shows 637 Oswald
when his time is Smith, 634, Frank Southward, 620.
instance, let us take a Class early speed
UNIVERSITY Drace.A the best in the race, even
OF MIAMI that is "dropping though there are dropping TOP TEN AVERAGERS:' James Thomas, 191;
University of Miami, which has ranked with the down"dog or being lowered in Willie Robinson, 186; Willie Nicholson, 182;. James
best football teams in the nation for two Novembers in ,grade from Grade C will gen- dogs.Next week, I will describe Mitchum, 180; Oswald Smith, 180; Tommy Jackson,
a row, is starting earlier this year. erally break much better in how you should analyizethe 180; Freddie Mason, 180; Eddie Way, 179; Elmo Wil-
a lower grade than be did performance of a dog that is liams, 179; Ernest Green; 179.
By knocking University of Georgia from the ranksof before being lowered. It is lowered in grade. See you at
the,unbeaten, the Hurricanes evened their season just a question of whether he .the races. .
rating at 2-2.In CoaCh Charlie Tate's first year, Miami
0-3-1 after four games, dropped another and then wenton

____ ... .
to win four of the last five. -- 0- k--'
Last season, Miami was 1-3 after four games but Jack's MEN'S WEAR STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
finished 5-4-1 by knocking off Florida and playing Note ,
Dame to a scoreless tie on successive week ends when I SEE "MR. JACI ,"
both were in the top 10. : FOB' VET TV
Indiana is next in line for the Hurricanes in another Tfc Wry LatMt la ...... F..kUw TED FORMERLY OF JET I IS! NOW VET
Friday night encounter Oct. 21 in the Orange Bowl I
and that contest has revenge angles written all overt !I, SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS 379-7735
for Miami and for Coach Tate. Back in '1964, the Hurrh' ITALIAN SHOES
the final period but a 944 NW 2nd Are. Miami Honda
canes held a 14-7 going into 84CNW2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 t TO 9
the final minutesto
short handed Miami squad collapsed in
go down 28-14. 11 '
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I j 18 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 21, 1966 .- I

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'I IkJ': Carver
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I : No Q.olifyinj

i \ ,I News $400 Dow $9,000 Total
I ,\ Large comer lot, lovely
J I&r r Welter Bow. "I 2 bedroom CBS.SPITZER .
:.':J JI + A' party will be given at
the Carver Ranches Fire Department REALTY
Friday night, Oct. Realtors

21, sponsored by the Ladies 759-8741 IF YOU'RE NOT THERE
Auxiliary, Mrs. Allen, presi
dent. There will be door WHO'LL PAY THE RENT?
prizes. Come and help your
Fire Department.Mrs. Now you family can have a lifetime hold on
Vera Whitehead of their homo with Living Insurance from Equitable.
5401 SW 17th St., Hollywood, repayment plan off
An equitable mortgage pays
is doing nicely after spending
if die-Most important, it meansa
I a week Memorial Hospital the mortgage yo'
J in Hollywood. HOUSE AND INCOME continuing life for your family in a home, of

Star Light Lodge No. 542 their own.
will meet Friday night, Oct.
21 at 8. All members please DON FAGAN -311.5691 or 696-5017

) be present at the Masonic 3 bedroom, 3 both, pies The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the
Hall on Pembroke Road. iscosie cottage. Total United States. Home Office 1285 Avenue of th e
The Mission Society of price $15,500. $1500 Americas, N.Y., 10019.
Star of Bethel hem Baptist *
Church is celebrating their 001, HO qualifying or
first anniversary Sunday, cost.
II Consolers Return Nov. 13 Oct. 23 at 3:30 p.m. The
( community is invited. A segment FORD REAL ESTATE SPECIALS
of our will involve
at this time, It the of
Every year was people '
the recognition and
Miami's own, but interna- .Miami, and Dade County who presentation LEONARDI! REALTY
tionally known Consolers encouraged the Consolers of an outstandingwoman ((1)) 1420 NW 39th Street $300 down, $75 mo.
Singers present a Gospel Singers more than 14 years Ruby Cutler in the has community.been chosen Mrs. 9106 NW ITtb AVENUE 2 bedroom, CBS home, Flaroo..

+ Singing Fe sat, as they close ago .to venture out in their because of her achievementsin
I I out another great year of singing career, and they have helping to make our community (36-0092 ((2)) 1368 NW 43rd Street $300 down. $75 mo.
gospel singing. This year, enjoyed many successful a better one. Please 2 bedroom home.
.their 14th singing anniversary tours, and have sung to many come out and enjoy this event
will be held at the wonderful crowds. But thereis Marian ((3)) 8458 NW 14th down
ful evening. Miss L. Avenue $250 $71 mo.
beautiful Bayfront Park no audience anywhere that Williams president, Rev. I. CBS duplex, live rent free.
Auditorium on Biscayne offers the encouragement that
,W. Hepburn, pastor.
Blvd.,. Sun. evening, Nov. the Consolers appreciate so
13, 3 p.m. Special guest much and that's right here ((4)) 1360 NW 51st Terrace $300 down, $79 mo..
artists' from Birmingham, in Miami, their hometown. 2 bedroom, CBS .home, Fla room.
Ala., the Original Gospel Call 759-6857 for more infor-
Harmonettes; from Washington, mation. EDISON Specials ((5)) 1390 NW 87th Street $350 down, $87 mo.
D. C. comes Madam Edna 3 bedroom, 2 bath home, Flu l room.
Gallman Cooke; from New
York City comes the Brooklyn -
in their first
in Miami in ,331 NW Si STREET
appearance many
CBS $400 total
year. From Milwaukee, Wis., dowa-FHA-Oaly $12,000 price
comes the Supreme Angels, .. 8.APTS for this 2 .bedroom .homo, pies cottage. Near
M a very talented gospel group. All 1 bedroom CBS. Sell ortrod. Edison school. Nice and clean. All large rooms:
Three door prizes will bed .. $24,500 total. loeoted .
given. Lincoln Ave.Opo-locka. KM NW 14 COURT

NO DOWN" PAYMENTS $200 down FHA. Total price only $9800. Homo
These groups were not Small 1 bedroom plus Fla and income coold bo used
or as .Ice 3 .bedroom,
chosen for their singing room frame $5500 total. OVER $250 HOMES FOR SALE
qualities alone,.but the Con- $59 per mo. 2 bath "0... Jaloosied porch, carport. County
solers feel that these groups GOLD COAST REALTORS
have the spiritual qualitiesthat 4301 NW 2nd Avenue DRIVE HOMES FROM $100 DOWN
are so badly needed in PL 1-2426
our nation today. (1)) 835 NW 84th st: CBS, 2 .bedroom, terrazzo WE ARE OPEN SATURDAY & SUNDAY

floors, carport, $300 dow. FHA. FORD
(2)) 167 NW 48th St. $300 down, FHA. CBS, 2
Fla rooms, carport, fall dining room. A "ice 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635.4595
LOVELY LAKE FRONT HOMES home in lovely neighborhood, near school, ..

1060 NW 85 STREET OPEN 2 TIL 6 closing cost. .

8343 NW 12th Avenue --------- 2 Bath jl
(3)) 4100 NW 1st Avo. CBS, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, .J1C
8363 NW 12th Avenue -------- Fla room tile roof. Sprinkler system. A beautiful Ito.. __ -. .__ _

-------- room
((4)) 6733 NW 2nd Ct. New deplex. 2 bedroom

1185 NW 83rd Street ---------. Fla room each side. Terrazzo floors, OW.il'S, $3500 down. $350 DOWN. 3 BEDROOM CBS. Fla room, enclosed .
porch, dining air cond.
room, appliances,
14647 NW 7th AVENUE MU 8-0537
$100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING cben, dining room, utility room, appliances, air
DISPCACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY coad., $500 down. $15,300 FHA.

LARGE 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH HOME $18,500 $300 DOWN. $19 MO. 2 bedroom, CBS, enclosed
porch, dining room, utility
room, garage, appliances
Fenced corner, sprinklers, 1 154 car garage. sprinkler. $ ( FHA.

Gas or elec. equipment. Carpeting and drapes. 175 N.W. 62nd St 751-2441
Dishwasher, washing machine and dryer. Near $250 DOWN. $65 MO. 2 bedroom, corner CBS,

Sable Palms and JFK School. County taxes dining room, utility room, appliances, washer,

only $5,000 down dovers equity. No closingcost. awni.gs. $10,500 FHA.

Assume mortgage $111 per mo. or will ...Y......... 4 BEDROOM 2 BATH CBS. No qualifying, enclosed

finance if necessary.By V porch, dining room, 2 utility rooms, cen-
Appointment Only KING SIZE BUYSPUT tral air and heat, $1,300 down. $15,500 total.

!DOLL HOUSE ON CORNER. Portly furn. 1 bed-
f HOMES FGR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWN roomCBS, large Fla room, large living room and

f LAKE FRONT HOME + All kitchen cosh., utility$6,900.room, awnings. Patio, fenced.


CBS 8440 NW 10th Av*. Gorgeous 2 bedroom, 2 bath 3 BEDROOM CBS furnished. Joloasied porch,

2040 NW 97th Street -,2 bedroom, 1 bath, FHA A home. Large Flo room, enclosed garage, carport, dining room, utility room, air cond. Bar-B-Qond
$10,000. $62.22 monthly. A gem! T sprinkler system, beilt-in range and ores, cen- Patio. $13,500. Terms to suit.

trol air conditioning owning type windows, .
2525 NW 82nd STREET 2 bedrooms 1 both, a LARGE CBS DUPLEX. 6 years new. 3 bedroom,
FHA $12,000downpayment $"00. $74.41 mo. breokfast'nook. FHA' terms. 1ft both
beauty 2 bedroom, 1 bath, large diningroom

299 MW 40th STREET 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, large 315 NW 56 STREET down., Terms no qualifying, '$19,500 total. Reasonable
to svit.
Fla room, close in area, FHA 11500. See thlsll!! 3 bedroomone bath, gorgeous Ito... FHA terms. .

2971 NW 83rd TERRACE 5 bedrooms, 2 bath large 4 1726 NW 93rd St. Beautiful 2 bedroom, all mica FURNISHED ROOMING HOUSE pin extra lot. 9
fenced yard, Fla room, FHA 16000. Monthly $98.78. kitchen. Very modern. Fenced separate garage, bedrooms, 2 baths, kitchen, dining room, utility
room, 2-cor
garage, $17,500 total. Reasonable
1451 NW 92nd STREET 2 bedrooms, 1 bath $89 4. FHA terms. 'V down. Terms to svit. ,
all. E-Z terms and downpayment. BE FIRST!!

porch and patio, no qualifying, low down and low EXPERIENCE SERVE YOU.
pflym""., .
PHONE" : 757-5724 OPEN SAT. & SUN. 'A 8000 MW 7 AVENUE PL 1-9703 .


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 21, 1966 19

FOR RENT Christian Hospital Employees
ADS 4 bed. house, 1980 NW 55th St.
NE 3-9908 I

Get Boost

DEADUKE FOR CLASSIFIED ABS WEDNESDAY area, real nice 2 bed. apt, Starting salaries for Reg- trained and experienced personneL -
NOON stove & refrig. Deposit re istered Nurses at Christian Cot Poage, Adminis-
quired. Call Mickins Rental Inc. 8425 trator answered questionsand
FOR SALE Hospital, are now
FOR SALE FOR SALE Agency, NB 4-0500. a month. The Board of Trus- clarified the hospital's

Seller Pays All Costa! 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath $100 Down Payment tees voted for a new salary ability to follow the Coun-

leautiful 3 bedroom, CBS(' Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath 3 or 4 bedroom CBS homes, Now if you want yourself a scale for all hospital em- cil's guidelines.The .

h 2 lots, comer, tilo roof, home so large you won't believe As low as $68 per month pays nice income, here it is, Par- ployees based on type of 50 plam trees,

parate game, ,wall to wall it, ideal location only all. Call Harry Denny, Real ker Big Rooming House. am work, training, responsibilities young about the hos-
7 too sick to keep ituo. 211 NW I now
fenced yard, awn- years old. This is for
irpeting, a tor now 9477111. Tip Top and longevity. The rateis for beautification -
12th Street. pital grounds
kiddie large family looking for ,
cement a fine
h real Realty. in accordance with guide-
C' the gift of Mr.and
home. Terms with are
ool I, with large modern custom-built appliances.kit- down at least 5000.good This cash is N-Qualifying Fum. apt. for two adults. lines developed by the South Mrs.Oscar Edwards, Sr., of
hen Florida Hospital Council.
739 NW
Terr. Avenue.
rtice $16.000 with $600 good. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor 2 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS. This
lown and $95 month. FHA.life call anytime 7512243. has large room rear of house --- The acceptance of the new
Fum. 1775 NW 84 The Samuel Rost trust
garage apt.
Realty, Broker, 4932 NW can be two rooms, also has scale places Christian Hos-
No Closing Costs front St. $16 weekly. Owner 681- In a position to now is in its completion stage
Ave. PL 94371. Open screen porch, low down pital, Incp
Ith and Sundays. Modem 3 bedroom CBS, payments, low monthly payments 8401. compete with other hospitalsin wth Christian Hospital,Inc.
screened front porch' tile see at 1754 NW 42m ---- the area In the recruit- in receipt of a substantialfinal

Seller Pays All Costs! roof, awnings, fenced yard, St. Call Broker,- Martin'-M. Nice Room in Liberty City area. ment and retention well- accounting check.
lady 5710 NW 18th Ave.
air cond. Best location
I !ieautiful corner, 3 bedroom, 9001 Berney, 624-6983. 634-5691.
I, bath, CBS, fenced yard, NW 17th Ave. A bargain at --
andscaped. Fla room, tile $12,500 with $400 down FHA $300 Down
oof, awnings, patio, fire (vets $100 down) and $77.61 2 bedroom, 1 bath, Fla room, tive$20 per unfurn week house., .6 room 6738 attrac-NW i: OUR ADS IRING RESULTS

lace. Close in on NW 52nd month. Life Realty, Broker, large lot, CBS, $54 mo. 1 23rd Place. _
I it, near shopping, schoolsnd 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. mortgage. See at 15620 NW

transportation. A good Open eves and Sundays.No 26th Ave. Call Broker, MartinM. Room. Call 7515029.

,uy at $15,500 with $500 Berney, 624-6983.
$100 month FHAjfe Closing Costs AUTO INSURANCECheck
and ,
CBS, 2 bedroom $22.
Lovely home in Buena Vista 3 bedroom ,
Realty, Broker, 4932 NW CBS huge
Nice 1 bed.
th Ave. PL 9-4371. Open area with income house in lot covering from one stree t duplex. APt. $19. onr MW, lower rates and e..jr financing
1 bed.
CBS, $17.50.
:ves and Sundays. rear screened rear porch, to next street. Clean in and Good 2 bed., rear apt.house $22. IMMEDIATE $Ri22 FILING
separate garage, carport too, out. Completely furnished, Bring this ad to our office and r c.iv. a free gift
Large Like New Duplex! stove and refrig. Rear house FHA terms only $350 down or Corner 1 bed. CBS duplex apt.

Jalousie windows, terrazzo has bedroom, living room, if you are a veteran or have $19 week. D. Goodman and Son, Inc.

floors I circular drive: tile dining area and kitchen and 221 certificate $100 down. Furn.small erec y.l person.$11. "Insurance, Real Estate, Mort.a,,"
CBS 1 bed.
duplex $19.
oof, wall to wall carpeting, large utility room for second Seller pays closing cost. 1 bed. apt. Butirms member AH People Democratic Club
fenced yard, stoves, refri- bedroom. FHA price $11,500 Don't miss this one. It will $19.LIBBR1Y porch. plus.Duplex apt. 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1.0380
gerators, reverse cycle air with $400 down (bets $100 be open Sunday 1-5 p.m. So

conditioners. This is a large, down) and $98 month (15 yr. come out to 1815 NW 88th St., 2020 NW RENTAL 62nd AGENCY

like new duplex, well worth, mortgage). Life Realty, Fenster Realty, Broker, PL 633-7809 street
Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. 98779.
the'FHA price of $18,000with
$800 down and $107.57 mo. PL 94371. Open eves. Sun. --- will Come show, into our office and we Prepare yourself for a Good paying Job
a good apt.
We have large CBShomesfor ,
Life Realty, Broker 4932 NW very
7th Ave. Open eves and Sun. No Closing Costs you people who are selling
Nice CBS home, carport, enclosed the homes to urban renewalof Fum. apt. gas, elec. 'water Cashiers TraMig InstituteCOURSES

tone by owner, 2 bedroom, porch; tile roof, awn- exp' essway. Location: included, can be two bed-
dining room, Fla room, for ings, fenced yard. Will be 546 NW 44th St. and 3225 NW r.porn. $17. 653 NW 27th St.
appointment call 757-6507. See painted inside and out to suit 5th Ave. For information, call apt. 3. go see, then call 373- ,.N. .

to appreciate. 'Ibuyer. A bargain at $11,500 Fenster Realty, Broker, PL 7973 or 4448004. vENroll ->rsay
,with $350 down (vets $100) 9-8779. '

Beautiful Home ,and $71.52 month. Key:, at !
Plus Income Live rent almost Life Realty,4932 NW 7th Ave. If you are looking for 2-3-4 HELP WANTED
bedroom homes VA and FHA
PL 94371. Open Sundays.
free in this beautiful modern
repo. in Carol City area with Young man willing to be OFFERED
2 bedroom. 2 bath CBS home. $100 and up down payments.We trained in church supply and .1
No Closing Costs
40 beautiful ft. living modem room.1 Rent bedroom.rear Modem CBS, Fla room, awning have the latest lists and printing business. Must be a *IBM KeypunchPBX
homes to choose fromso dedicated Christian, 1038 NW
windows, appliances, many *
This is only 6 ReceptionistsBank
yrs 36th 635-7913..
freshly painted inside and out why don't you call us. ,
old. build
Cost $22,000 to ,
very convenient location Make an appointment with our ----- Tellers
being sold for $18,000 FHA SAA needs full time sales
near everything. A real bar- friendly salesman, Fenster
term Don't miss 'SecretarialCashiers;
seinge representatives. Dade county
gain at $10,500 with $300 Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779.
this today. A. Ben-Kori, from Opa-locka to Fla City. *
Realtor, 612 NW 60th St. Call down (vets $100) down and Newly decorated 4 bedroom, One of the largest in the USA. -
$62.22. Key at Life Realty,
anytime 751-2243.
Outstanding income, Spanishor Checkers
Broker. 4932 NW 7th Ave. 2 bath home $12,500 FHA.
PL 9-4371. $400 down. seller pays clo- English are expected. Call
Bargain Duplex N sing cost. Nice area, NE Bob Ingram 888-6246. Free placement upon completion of course
FHA terms, total $15,800.
157th st. McCoy & Glick,
No Closing Costs
Only $450 down 3 bedrooms
I loch Realtor 1313 NE 125th St. Supreme Barber Shop, 5552
in ,
one side, 1 ,bedroom other Pretty CBS Opa NW 17th Avenue. Day or Evening Classes Available'
155th This house PL 4-1686.
2480 NW St.
side, and one side fully fum.,. Need not interfere with present employment.
This is beautiful has been freshly painted inside ,. ....._ ,. .
a property, --- ---
drive by 1919 NW 90th and out, has awning Total Price $8,909 Student Loans are Available i for those who

then call A. Ben-Kori, Realtor st.- windows, large fenced yard Lovely 2 bedroom cottage in qualify.
612 NW 60th and is a real good buy at excellent condition. Air con-
St. Call with $300 down. dition. Large porch, fenced CENTERVILLA
anytime, 7512243. ($9,800 vets $100 down) and $60.94mo. yard, fruit tree. nr've by 5854 KINDERGARTEN 121 SE 1st St. Room 504

Key at Life Realty, SW 61st st. Don't disburb,

FHA 3 terms Bedroom, $15,000 CBS, only Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. Calf JoAnn. Phayer, 667-5603, 5861 N.W. 17TH AVENUE FOR INFORMATION FURTHER> Call 377-8994
Keyes Co.Bunche
$450 down, 3 bedrooms, 1 PL CERTIFIED PERSONNEL
bath with huge Fla room, ---- "
Park area. Modern HOT LUNCHES
loads 1776 NW 93rd Street
closet space, driveby 3 bedroom CBS, $14,500 3 bedroom, CBS, $250 down, PICK-UP SERVICE
935 NW 84th Terr., then in- Women
valuation has Fla room, $62 mo. stove and refrig. Wanted Men &
call FHA
me to see. A. Ben-Kori, kitchen full cluded. Mr. Marvin. Nights REGISTER NOW
Realtor, 612 NW 60th st. Call built-in modem and Sundays. 234-2748.Great-

-anytime--, 7512243.- dining room and, air wall conditioning.to wall carpeting er Miami Realty, HI 46133.A 691-7736 OR 6963302Mu Jr to5!

1240 NW 32nd StreetFHA Biscayne Realty, Inc., Broker, reach-in beer and soda box R. E. Copeland, Sup. j Lifetime Security High Pay. No high school

'terms, $10,500. Only 759-8600 or PL 9-4242. and also dairy and vegetable needed Full or part time.

$350 down and $65 month box for sale. 634-9127 or 758-
Pays all. see this lovely CBS Manor Park 9375.
home, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, $500 down, no qualifying. ----- JOBS OPEN IBM KEY PUNCHELECTRONIC I
four bedroom frame. Full "Any hara 'In the world
Drive Huge
by and call me: A. Ben- Laundry Business. Wash and
and $95 per mo. want to go" UP TO TYPING
Kori, Realtor price $9,500 you )
612 NW 60th dry service. Ideal for couple
-Street. Call anytime 7512243. Biscayne, 759-8600 Realty or, Inc.PL ,94242.Broker 62nd St. Wee Wash It. 1198 rant cowNO $100 WEEKLY CASHIERS CHECKERSFree

NW 62nd St. MOBS 4T
No Qualifying j
$1,600 down 3 bedroom CBS, $11.500 FHA door hard Job Placement Night Classes
and assume 1959 Bonneville. 4 Day or
and $87 mo. Fla
mortgage at $62 mo. top, one owner, radio. Power
See 1035 room and air cond. Near REMEMBER .
NW 35th ct. on outside steering and brakes. PL 1- 4U
then call me. A. Ben- Earl's Market and elementary 8414. $350. there Is no substitute for on.th.-Job| government

Kari, 612 NW 60th St. Call School. Biscayne Realty 9-4242, Inc. "Your Neighborhood' Travel approved training at Miami's only government i..
anytime, 751-2243. Broker, 759-8600 or PL
Ag.nts"As approved:
-- Live Rent Free FOR RENT
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1,1 1 20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 21, 966I

;\ '11 Anti-Poverty Laws HE I 0 R C Ho'R'E.D! $ ;

I i .

To Fight CrimeAntipoverty _

laws, not more equitable system of
anti-crime laws, are the long- ,criminal justice,better prison
range answer to the fight rehabilitation, the search for
against crime, President social reform. t k
Johnson declared Saturday "It Is far-better to prevent, JLriI + fM'
night to the Conference of crime than to punish it," he : p
State Committees on Cri- said
minal Administration which He quoted playwright
met at College Park, Md. George Bernard Shaw assaying
The President said, "We "The greatest of
i must chart a national strat- evils and the worst of crimes
egy against crime," which is poverty. ay
"Poverty," said Johnson. ; l i 11 1!
he said has five objectives:
"Increaded understanding -i "There is the enemy. Strike I
of crime, more help fort poverty down and much of { r. M. +rurJEf
the police, more efficient and crime will fall with lt."

Robbers Get $3,000.I I


I From Cuban BarTWO

armed robbers madean two men entered and asked to I 0 CLLA I1pyG \ ...tIll

early visit to a Miami bar buy a half pint of Scotch OUNDS ,.....- 1, Y jk/
Monday, threatened to kill As Vodek turned to get the '
two employees, helped them- booze, the men leaped over t
I selves to $3,000 cash--the the bar, jammed a gun against \ i
weekend receipt of the business him and threatened to kill him

Forty-nin-year-old-and escaped.: Morris if he spoke. Miami Has Protest. March ... Well, Sort 0'I'

the Henry Green of 1640 NW
Vodek, bartender at
Cuban Bar,1701 NW 4th Ave. 1st Ave., another employe, There was a "March of Reason for the protest before disbanding. James Greater Miami SCLC. -
arrived in the bar and was Protest" in Miami Sunday march was "slum conditions, Chatmon is president of the son of Miami photos. JohnI
Forty-nine-year-old Morris also threatened afternoon. The reason for filth, poverty that cause mi-
Vodek,bartender at the Cuban The bandits grabbed the sery, crime, death," and a
the good one,
was a
Bar, 1701 NW 4th Ave., had cash, accumulated since protest demand for more low-cost
but the effort seemed poorly
r\\ just opened for the day when Friday night, and ran. organized. housing and clean play i
j grounds.

Gets 18 Months For sponsored The protest by the march Miami was
II chapter of Dr.'Martin Luther The group of about 80
King's SCLC (Southern Christian people gathered at NW 20th
Numbers Conviction Leadership Conference) St. and 3rd Ave. at 3 p.m.
.. and marched to Flagler St.,
and the Council
along Flagler to Biscayne
was found guilty by Criminal
A numbers operator lost Temporary and Unemployed
Boulevard and the Torch o f
all J his luck last Wednesday Court Judge Edward S. Workers. Both organizationsmeet
when he was sentenced to 18 Klein, of conducting a lot on Sundays at '534 NW Freedom.
months in the state prison. tery at 325 N.W. 11th St. 2nd Ave. The SCLC at :2 wir
Criminal Court observers last Nov. 30. Appeal bond o'clock and the CATUW at There they sang freedom
song,and listened to speeches
was set at $3,000. five.
laid this was the first time
there has been such aconvic-
:ion on a felony count.
Lottery convictions are
usually on misdemeanorcounts
involving fines and
county jail sentences.

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