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 28, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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44, No. 10 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1965 20 PAGES 15*


During a luncheon ad. Mayor High condemnedthe a
dress tothe Tiger Bay Political leaflet as smut. He said
I L_ Club ,at the Dupont Plaza that Florida cannot afford to
? Hotel Monday, Democratic be made into a racial battle-
; __ gubernatorial candidate ground. Then he turned
Robert King High accusedhis again on Kirk and asked:

Republican opponent, Does Mr. Kirk think the
Claude Kirk, with Injecting votes such literature may ,
racism into the campaign generate for him justifythe
and for hurting Florida's peril-and possible harmto
a v economy as a tourist resort Florida?' ,
by charges that Miami'sare
w crime-ridden and unsafe Kirk called High's charge

,_ for children. "the same old mud sling
+ 1 I
11 Waving a leafletfeaturing ing," pledging "there'll be
i a cartoon which showed him no race issue In this cam-
;'h 13'i. w the knee of North- "
A 1 ,r sitting on paign. He said he had not
I I ern labor "dictators" with seen the leaflet referred to by
t "
4:4; lack power leaders" looking High, adding "I wouldn't be
: down on him, High surprised to see anythinghim
; Kirk "the swami In the from now on." '

know-nothing movement to-
I __ day." In defending Miami, High

1 r i The leaflet was identifiedas praised The Miami Herald
+ a coming from a Jackson- for focusing attention on cor-

ville group called the Com- ruption here, and said Kirk
tbY ii Y rr mittee for Integrity In Gov- has magnified it out of all
it r.; t .1 ernment." It attacked Highas proportions. Using his own
v. t? a liberal, a puppet of the six children who live here
Negro bloc and the labor as example, High said chil- (
bosses, and guilty of decep- dren are safe on the streetsof I

P it Miami ')
to ,

tion.Powell Fined; 90 I

This group of talented and good-looking models Auditorium. The 'model' in the black business suit is

I thrilled a large audience on Sunday at the Alpha Kappa none other than the irrespressible Muhammad Aliheavy- Day SentenceRep.
Alpha sponsored Ebony Fashion Show at Miami Beach weight champion of the world. Jay Baker photo.I' .

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Adam Clayton Powell libel judgment,may be ignored ..
Gunman Shoots Mother And ChildNorthwest (D., N.Y.) was sentenced to by Powell\ as he has done in
30 days in jail and fined $250 two previous civil rulings.
the York
by New State Appe-
14th Avenue les Williams, the woman's St., was shot in the mouth St., about a half block from late Court on a charge of civil only be served within
t after their apartments. He pulleda contempt involving nonpay- New York State 'and Powell
and 38th St. was the scene ex-boy friend.According. and died minutes ar-
of a cold-blooded double to detectives rival at Jackson Memorial small revolver and fired ment in a libel judgment.In has avoided entering the
murder Sunday evening Andy Giordano and Tony Hospital. six times, neighbors told po- a 4-1 decisionthe court state except on Sundays.
lice. Then he fled. gave Powell until next Mon- Powell was found guilty on
a when a 37-year-old woman Fontana, the woman, Dora Williams went to the Sim-
I and her five-year old niece Mae Horn of 1519 N.W mons' apartment looking for The dead woman's son, day to appear and submit to a a defamation of character \
charge after he called Esther
financial examination and
were shot fatally while the 38th St. was reconciled with Mrs. Horn shortly before Jerry Horn, who was 40 or James of Harlem
woman's eight-year-old son her husband, Melvin, only 6:20: p.m., police said. He 50 feet away from the spot purge himself of contempt. woman" payoff collectorfor a "bag 1
t of the shooting, then ran The new court ruling, resulting -
and her neighb.rsl.akedon. several days before. was told the woman was
from the Congressman's police-on a television
A state-wide arrest order lilt by four small caliber "walking outside." home to tell his father. "Jim show in 1960.numbers .
said. refusal a $164,000
was issued by Miami homi- bullets, Mrs. Horn died at Williams spotted the woman shot Mom" detectives
cide detectives for 33yearold the scene. Her niece Delphia and hernieceatthecorner
truck driver James Char- Simmons of 1336 N.W.38th of N. W. 14th Ave. and 38th

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: NAACP Files Complaint t'M.. *:.1 Demonstrations ContinueI

A'giIistil1. AFL-CIO Unions In Grenada, Miss., police ship Conference (SCLC) of civil rights workers -

j. i ,<.., 1 arrested 214 demonstrators, worker heading a civil rights have been sent before.
most of them school-agechil- drive in Grenada. All of marchers were
The NAACP has filed a junction to prevent continu- Listerhill, Ala. The plant itself dren Monday, when they charged with obstructing
complaint in the United ing discriminatory practicesby is located in the tri-coun- tried to bypass barricadesset Trouble began around the normal use of public sidewalks -
I States District Court in Bir- the Reynolds Metal Company ty area of Florence, Sheffield up around the city's two schools on opening day when and refusing to obeyan
mingham asking for a tem- and 11 building trades and Tuscumbia. Muscle previously all-white schools. gangs of white men roved the order to disperse. Those
porary and permanent in and metal work unions in Shoals is a suburb of the Negro leaders plan to con- area, attacking Negro chil- over 15 were sent to Parch-
three.The tinue the march in protest- dren with chains and ax han- man and those under that
case was originally ing alleged mistreatment of age were released.
Jacksonville filed with the Equal Employ- Negro pupils in recently desegregated Suggs Ingram said The march was the out-
Pupils ment Opportunity Commis- schools."I 101 of those arrested Mon- come of a weekend of statements -
' sion on behalf of Negro expect there will be a day were put on trucks and taken by lawyers from
workers by Herbert Hill, lot more arrested before it's sent to the state prison farmat Negro children about alleged
SchoolsDuval NAACP director for labor over," said J. T. Johnson, Parchman, about45 miles mistreatments in school.
Boycott programs. The E.E.O found a Southern Christian Leader- west of Grenada,where large These were to form a basis
"reasonable cause" to be- of a complaint to the federal
lieve that the company and court which ordered the
County Negro Wendell P. Holmes.chair- unions had committed the Liberty City and Grove desegregation, leaders said.
pupils boycotted their school man of the Citizens Committee violations as charged.
Monday and Tuesday and for better Education: and Last Friday about 75 students
were advised to go back to Rutledge Pearson, state and According to NAACPGen- To Get Sewer SystemsA
classes Wednesday.It local president of the eral I Counsel Robert L. walked out of the two
Carter, "This can become a previously all-white schools.
was estimated that In NAACP, listed the following
the all-Negro schools which among their complaints: major casein determining $20 million worth of Bayiront 1'ark. They were joined by others
have a registration of 31- reach of Title VII of the Civil projects was dispatched to A $5 million passenger who boycotted Negro
( 000, the absentee rate was I Desegregation is too slow. Rights Act of 1964. It offers Washington this week by terminal for Dadge Island. schools in sympathy.All 287
58 cent Monday. It is There is discrimination In the possibility of determiningthe Miami City Commission in An economic study to Negro pupils who joined the
usually per 15 cent at the hiring and promoting.Pay application of the act to a bid for federal support of strenghten the city's com- walkout were suspended until
schools per on Mondays. Is poorfor custodians persons employed over a an urban overhaul. mercial pulse.. Nov. 1 by school officials.
same There no check and cafeteria personnel, considerable amount of time According to Assistant A tourist informationcen- Gayle Wilborn, county
whether the was several hundred many of whom are Negroes. who are artificially confinedto City Manager btierheim, the ter In Bay front Park. superintendent of schools,
who attend Facilities are inadequateand certain positions, and five items on the commis- Under a previously ap- said the School Board filed
Negroes white schools pre-, run-down. whose seniority rights are not sion's program Wednesday proved city application, all suit In federal court in Oxford
dominantly participated in the strike. Technical training is lack- being given consideratioa" aim at making Miami first of the projects are eligiblefor for an injunction "a-

This is the third time in ing.A The NAACP has filed the rate tourist city. 50 per cent federal match gainst persons interferring"
less than two years that Ne- few classrooms in every complaint on behalf of more The projects include: ing funds' under the Economic with school operation. A
gro leaders have called a grade from the first to the than 100 of the 400 Negroes Major additions to sanitary Development'Act hearing was set for Oct 31
boycott to dramatize grie- 12th have been Integreatedin employed at the plant which sewer systems in Liberty sponsored by the U.S. De- He said Negroes were not
vances about school condi- luvalsinoeafederal orderIn City and Coconut Grove.A partment of Housing and mistreated at the formerly all-
tions. 1963. (Continued on page 20) 10,000-seat coliseum in Urban J Development( JI! I'D) ). wh ite schools.Ua.1 .



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..- MIAMI TIMES. Friday.. October- 28.:- 1966 v ACu-1- : :

r ) Phil OssoferI Gov. Burns ;.' Soys"Bloc Ncgro

was happily surprisedto

( find South an Miami unusual, where new shopIn I do Vote" To Elect HighThe

(%1pL/tv our company's banking. It'sa

new record shop that sells

old records (and all the lat- "bloc vote" gave him a "word" of enOn his flight from Micouragement.atleastfrom -
est sounds too.)It's"Ye Olde Negro 'ami to Sarasota Sunday
Record Museum" at 5829 will probably carry Mayor Jacksonville where Kirk had morning, High said .
The nearness of the forthcoming election in whichwe Sunset Drive, operated by Robert King High Into the been a resident, his election to concemlng
i be
will decide some very important issues makes me Donnie Gee and Morty New- governor's mansion,was the Ritter closed his remarks Florida's next governor

wonder how many of us are really prepared to vote. By mark WMBM Disc Jockey.As prediction of Gov. Haydon by predicting: "I think you'll "I will win by a margin
preparedness, I don't mean the individual's intentbuthis a weekly guest on Blanche Burns Sunday night in Clearwater carry the county-but High in excess of 150,000 on Nov.

knowledge of the issues he is expected to resolve Galloway's showon WMBM, will carry the .tate." 8."
through the exercise of his basic right. To vote is not my eye was attracted to that "The bloc vote "carried
station's call letters the him in the primary, Burns .
In all fairness friends and on ----"" ,Ir :.-
enough. to our neighbors, our will ,; : tf'
and "undoubtedly
window, and I dropped In said, ..' I.... > ,
our democratic system, it is our duty to acquaint ourselves this election." r ,
at tVI/ '
for a disc-cusslon with the Ijji.. '\.,?
with the questions at hand. A vote should represent boys. The statement was made j0 j- : ;;
the conviction of the individual. It should re- I found that they have by Burns shortly after he accidentally \\,.,. >

present his summation of the facts,and offer the remedyhe the only shop In town handling met High at a '

feels would be most acceptable.In hard-to-getplatters.They Clearwater reception of the

elections such as this, where we have a choiceof have a wide variety. .more Florida League of Munici-

personalities from which to choice, the other issueson labels that Heing, whose 57 palities, at which Claude
varieties made history many Kirk, the Republican nom-
the ballot receive the attention of only a small per- '
.and what they inee, was also present.
centage of the overall voters.In this manner,many really years ago. High reportedly spotted
don't have, they can get on
important decisions concerning government and other order at fair trade prices. Burns in a milling crowdof

vital issues go unresolved. Un-resolved because a true, Donnie informed me that nearly 1,000personsand
majority vote is not reflected. Too many,vote only to repulse today the trend is to musicof darted over the shake the f

the efforts of an individual they don't particularlycare the 1950s. To me that governor's hand.Accepting .

for, and in the process they overlook other impor- sounds like a return to the handshake

tant issues that may prove just as vital. Negro voters, reality, after hearing some Burns"said, "How are walked you,
and quickly
though smaller in number, can easily claim the majorityin of our new music. .sort of
like a toothache after it stops away, while High grinnedand
this category. They appear to vote mostly on the ate his cheese cracker.
basis of heresy. This should not be the case. Onevot e hurting.old sound.It's a Some new conceptin musicIs Both the Democratic and 4),

should represent the opinion, conviction and remedy ike: beer. .it improves the Republican nomineeswere

reached by one person. It may differ from that of a v.1 I'll age. Well, it's only na- in the St. Petersburgarea
friend, but the final analysis is determined by the one tial that the top records stumping for votes.
having sided with the majority. should spin the most. Kirk did not meet the chief

Voting should offer a challenge. It should be com- Listening to their Dee Jay executive at the reception. r

parable to taking an examination. After having studiedthe shows (10:05 P.M.), Ifound In a strategy conferencewith 1

facts and reaching a decision, we should make a the sound more profound Republican Congressman -
William C. Cramer,
list of our choices, take this list to the polls and vote than modern other music.shows Incidentally carrying, Cramer told newsmen he is r

accordingly. Having done this, we should wait eagerlyfor on Friday please turn confident Kirk can win the ,

the returns, again with our list ready. On the basisof WMBM on at 10 P.M., and governorship, and Jackson-

the final returns we list a column for the winners you'll hear yours truly, ville's Mayor Lou Ritter also

and the losers for whom we voted. After tallying the (Blanche Calloway's Man
two columns the result of your personal opinion can Friday,) on her informative .

easily be weighed against that of the majority. A majority show "Progress Report. ...
in the win column would indicate that you are in line I hope that Morty New-
mark and Donnie Gee whizto
with the mainstream of community thinking. To hare
a new mark in sales. In
backed a majority of losers would indicate that you'reout
fact, I predict they'll do a
of focus with the majority. I don't recommend political record business in their new .y Leah A. Simms, of Troop the Open Door.
J 409, president of the North Leah attended Girl's State
discussions with your neighbors, because political store. Waxing poeticallyover
Planning Board of Girls last at Florida
Scout summer State
differences have been the cause of many long and the wax (and plastic)
Council of Tropical, Fla., University. While there she
bitter' feuds. If your opinion is right, the vote will bare discs on sale, I thought this represented South Florida at received the honor of being

you out. up: the 37th Annual Girl Scout chosen to the Florida Houseof
The length of the November 8 ballot and the fact Seeking an old tune?Well, Council meeting and conven- Representatives.As .

that two machines will be used makes the' idea of a don't you moon, tion at Detroit, Michigan, Oct. a result of her partici-
pre-prepared list a must. The issues to decided are Here's fulfillment of your f 23-27. pation and accomplishmentsat

too important to be overlooked. Past experience has dream Leah was one of two girls Girl's State, Leah has just
chosen from South Florida to been chosen vicepresidentof
taught me it is much easier to find 4B on a voting ma- Just drop find that in soon tune And attend this meeting which is the Girl's state Alumni AS-

chine than Claude Pepper, and there are many who will you'll At Ye Olde Record Mu- held every three years. She sociation for 1966.

agree. A prepared list will also expedite the time in- seum. is a senior at Miami Senior Leah is the daughter of

volved.If High School, a member of the Robert Simms, director of the

we are going to exercise our right to vote, one National Forensic League, Small Business Development
should do so in an effective manner.We should make our REV. THEDFORD JOHNSON, BOARD MEM- Girls Athletic Association, Center and 'Mrs. Aubrey W.
decisions known all the should Concert Chorus, Opti-Miss Simms, teacher at Miami jack-
on issues. We vote not BER OF THE UNITED FUND OF DADE
Service Club and Church of son Senior High School.Dugies .
as the boss says he will vote, but as we feel will benefit -
us.The wants ana needs of the boss may not be your

wants and needs, therefore his candidate would be of ERS OF OUR COMMUNITY WHO HAVE
Guest House
little use to you. Let us show that our votes will not MADE FAIR SHARE CONTRIBUTIONS TO
just decide the issue between individuals, but also that

we intend to have a voice in our government.Are THE UNITED FUND. ,r,''''."',\T", YOU prepared??? I\ .P} 'I-'J." rolnd". .:.n'.! i1>

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I THE MIAMI;'TIMES' Friday,"October 28. I7UU' 3

I Effects Of Discrimination Upon Children Is Confab Theme I IA I

four-day conclave for part arel:Dr. Franklyn Johnson aohn, assistant director of Mrs. Charles E. Enterline
national youth serving agen- director of the Job national develop- Mrs. Aaron Farr and Mrs.
cies on "The Effects of Dis- Corps; Dr. Joseph H. program Stanley Milledge.
ment of the NCCJ.
crimination Upon Children" Douglass Chief, Office of In- The Florida office of Similar institutes are plan-
will be convened by the National ter-agency Liaison, Nation- NCCJ located in the Cal- ned by the NCCJ in Seattle,
Conference of Christ- Institute of Mental Health; umet Building in Miami, Wash.; Boulder Colo.;Norman (
ians and Jews October 30 Mr. Lisle C. Carter Jr., As- has 'a limited number of Okla.;Memphis Tenn,; ,
at the Sea Gull Hotel in Mi- sistant Secretary for Individual locations
ti.D&'JOSEI'H scholarships available to Dallas, Tex; and other
ami Beach. and Family Services of I
for board and room during the-summer
Announcement of the national the U. S. Department of ..i"l ;i for pay the four-day conference,. of 1967. ,'
conference which will Health, Education and Wel-. ii"J." Magrath said. The'.Miami, Beach instU ,
be attended by representatives ', ; bite is planned Cas: lpl1pt,
The division of
fare.Other women's ,
of the leadership of 39 leading personnel ) ": ''." iIW, ).r''; ;, 'the" Florida. Region of NCCJ'will 'program 'wh1 1i' may. 'beduplicated' .
national .
youth serving a- who'will speak and lead dis- ;,;':, ')' !lj!!" serve as hostesses for the' In''everjr state
genies, was made by Dr. cussions include Dr. Jean D. 'I' ,,,, conference delegates from' prior' to thfe'White House' ;
Sterling W. Brown of New
Grambs professor of second- throughout theEastern and Conference'on-YouthlanL
I York national president of. ary education, University of Souther .United States. :Cochairmen ned for.1970; Dr..Brown a.* tserleed.
the NCCJ. Maryland; Dr. Martin of the division are: ., *. j.., .'* .i,, .. t
i( Dr. James M. Eagan,also Deutsch professor of etjyca- '. ', I.,'.' I

''I of New York national.. vice- tion at New York University :.' ,.. .... ,' ..,..'. .. '.
president of the NCCJ will an irector of-he--Institutes DOUGLASS'DR. FRANKLYN JOHNSON .,__..., '" I it..Xtf .
! ,
'serve as coordinator of the for Developmental Studies at :.. '" :'.':'"
conclave. Frank J. Magrath, ,' '. ,11.>> .. ,.
NYU'Dr. Wallace A. Ken- Mrs. Ann G, Wolfe,program )!.
t of Miami Florida regional nedy of the Ameridjin I'sy- consultant, department of : : ':'', ttta *>4.
I director of NCCJ Is ini diological l Association' and civil rights and social action, '.t'.. t... : I
j charge of local arrange- associate professor,psychology American Jewish Committee; .' )I .;- '
ments. ,. Florida State Univer 'rt Dr. Harry; W. Roberts,'National -' :I
j Among the top-level sity. 7 Council on Family Relations 0A
" speakers and panel discussion Also: Mrs. Ruth Mond- and chairman of the
I leaders who will take schein_ national, program dl1 Department of Sociology o'

, .. .... -- Virginia State College

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Also: Mrs. Regina H.
Saxton, Special Assistant to
'. the Administrator, Neigh- r\' ".d

1 borhood Youth Corps; and
1l Dr. George Weber, head of
.. \, 1l' \ '.
l I research and planning for
,' ):!) ;; the Program DevelopmentOffice

! It. f /wJ.... ,( of the NeighborhoodYouth
I 1 *.... OfX,."f, .jf.OT i,uftlf Corps.
I II I ft/r HARRY. ROBERTS The confab will close on
I i h the afternoon of Nov. 2, following -
rector.B'nal B'rith Women; recommendationsfrom
Dr. Lynn R. Bartlett coordinator group discussions and
women's.residence summaries by Dr. Eagan -
halls University of Miami; and by Mr. Mel Mendels- -- A

MRS. |{Kf ilNA SAXTON- LISLE C. CARTER Influential Personalities On 1 ( i

,, _

Fla. Normal Advisory BoardA Airman Annie S. Bailey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

John H. Bailey of 2432 NW 50th St., has been selectedfor i

FOP/ Legal ServicesBy partial list \f influential missioner R. Hardy Math- training at Amarillo AFB, Tex., as an Air Force
personalities has been named eson, Senator Harry Cain, administrative specialist.The 1''

Irwin S. 1'uterfas, 'enter Attorney to the Advisory Boardof sentative Miami City Athalie Council Range repre-and airmana 1966 graduate of Miami Northwestern '
the Florida Memorial banker Leonard L. Abess High School, recently completed basic training at Lack
hanks to the concern of the Miami Times of our com- College St. Augustine,it was land AFB, Texas.
munity problems, and their generous contributions of newspaper announced by Dr. EdwardT. r
space, the Economic Opportunity Program, Inc., Graham Chairman of the

and Items its of Legal Interest services and importance Department to the will citizens be able of.to this present area. Board of Trustees. ..............................
The college will relocatein
Law, like medicine, Is most effective when used in a pre- Miami in January 1968. : FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMODATIONS :
ventive fashion. You will remember the famous saying, The Democratic candi-
'An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure." date for Governor Mayor AT MODERATE RATES .
In legal matters many persons have learned too late the Robert King High, tops the
importance'of receiving legal advice and assistance before list of names which include : CALL :
entering Into a binding obligation. The time and expense Dade County Mayor Chuck
incurred in consul ling with an attorney before entering into a Hall Miami representativeto "
legal relationship, particularly one involving major consequences the Florida State legislature -
could well be considerably less than the diffi- Robert Shevln, and : BONDED !
who act without .
culties encountered thereafter by persons industrialist George S. En-
the benefit of professional advice. ,
Again comparing law to medicine, the sooner an ailment Preparations for the open
is revealed, the simpler and easier the cure. If you ing of Florida Memorial; College i RENTAL
have a legal problem, act upon it immediately. Delay will include religious ground !!
usually result in the matter being beyond cure, or at least breaking ceremonies sched- I
requiring major surgery. The timely presentation of your uled for November 25th. The AGENCY1AL.f
legal problem can be of a tremendous benefit to.you. actual movement of the entire'
will towards the
In the future this column will deal with rules of law and plant occur _,
end of 1967. Formal ground-
legal matters of general public interest. Should you have a
is scheduled for
specific legal problem, you should without delay, contact breaking 1967. : G n INC I
February 'c .
through friends and
your attorney, or secure one your
The college which now PL 9-8733
neighbors.The has an enrollment of 450 \ I

Legal Services Program offers assistance to qualified students has facilities for : i.... .... ......... :
persons regarding many types of legal mattersand we 1300 students and a waiting
work in cooperation with the Dade County Bar Associa- list of several hundred moreis
tion regarding the referral of the other cases. expected. I THE LARGEST PRIVATE-HOUSING RENTAL AND MANAGE .

In closing, it is not the purpose'of this article to instillin Other members of the MENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH, OPERATING IN DADE AND .
one the feeling that he needs a lawyer on every occasionin Advisory Board include :
which he performs some act nor is it our purpose to Philip Wylle Reverend BROWARD COUNTIES. :
attempt to promote legal business. is rather our aim and Theodore Gibson, Dade I .
goal to create in the individual the consciousness of legal County Commissioner R. : A lleetof COM and collectors jive I "d.oro. :doer serrlcfoi' )fnagtsionirJeniesirI I .
problems, so that he can better analyze his circumstances Hardy Matheson, Senator '. ; ... .
and determine if he is in need of legal advice, and if so, Other members of the Ad- A community recreation center for teenagers rJ'ond adult froofornUhed.' : .
to attempt to assist him in securing same. visory Board include PhilIp and air conditioned for your"co.lort and enjoyment, ? .
Wylie, Reverend TheodoreHbson I .
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 28, 1966
'r"F I1Wr7Gfl qrs FROM WHERE I Is


H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher

GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor 1BrtsCoL C L WOULD YOU
WiLLIAM W. McBRIDE City Editor ,

Member of the Notional Newspaper Publishers Association


ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3,00 FOREIGN $6.00 L'11' Z ,

Entered at Second Close Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post ;J from low-Income
Hundreds of boys families living thl
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 : vicinity of the Carver Branch, YMCA are denied the in us!

Office it 6740 NW 15th Avenue Phone OX 1.0421 of the Y facilities because they are unable to come up wit
the $4.00 membership fee... This seems such a shame sincl
these are the youngsters who need the Y program the moJ

Miami Times Endorses Interested persons desiring to sponsor needy boys I ii]
In the wonderful Carver.Y program may do so by mailin
; checks to the Yat 5770 N.WI 15th Avenue, Miami, Florida!
King High *.. I
t There is not a single tennls'court to be found anywhere!
For Governor : fS. in the Brownsville or Liberty City area. This makes i ii
.. t, highly unlikely that this area will ever produce an Althea
Gibson or Arthur Ashe.
"The surest way not to fail,-is to determine l to *

succeed!" k r To date, no action has been taken to correct the dis.i

,Yes, ,'Ws. time. South Florida elects a governor of Members and guests of Inter-American Travel gracefully overcrowded and unhelathy condition of the sol
the state, and 1966 gives Dade County the opportunityof Agents Society pose for the photographers in front of called varsity room at Northwestern Senior High School.f
Unbelievable as it may seem, Dr. Joe Hall and members L
helping one of its citizens gain that honor. That in Mexico
Benito ,
Patroit Juarez
monument to of the school board are all well aware of the fact that I
citizen is Robert King High, the Mayor of Miami.In .
Citjr. Above, President Freddy Hend'erson.addresses 135 football players are dressing in a room only large
>the: May :primary, Mayor High. was one of three opening assembly to ITAS ninth annual meeting in con- enough to accommodate 50 boys.
candidates. He won second place and went into a run- Hotel.of .
vention room at Cristobal Colon *
off'with the incumbent' Governor Haydon Burns. The Very few Negroes are attending the University of Miami!

other contestant,:Scott Kelly, joined forces with Mayor football games. Could it be a result of the fact that, in I
High, and the battle of battles will be fought on November Guadaloupe, Pyramids, beautiful buildings of Spanish Hole. spite of the wealth of fine Negro football stars being turned!
architecture. Friday morning breakfast at Metropole schools the continues to .
8.' AIn out by Dade High University refuse
The president's dinner honoring past presidents was givenat
? ? ? ?
to recruit Negro players
the primary the Miami Times and three other the Normandie restaurant and night club. There were
papers in the, state supported Mayor High. We felt he many other social. events given for our enjoyment. ..*
would win and he did so by a majority far exceedingour Saturday afternoon following luncheon at Cortijo La The once mighty FAMU Hattlers will probably enter
expectation. Moreau, a Mexican ranch, where we engaged in miniature the 1966 Orange Blossom Classic with a dismal 5 and 5
We have good reason to believe that most of those bull fighting exhibition and believe it or not, some of record. The public relations agency handling the publicity

supporting him in the primary will do so on November 8. our group tried their hands at matadoring. Entering the for this year's event must bespending many sleepless nights
bull ring were Dr. Henry Shorter, Earl Kennedy, Herman trying to come up with the copy to ballyhoo the game. .
The Republican candidate, Claude Kirk, is waging Russell, Mrs. Rose Morgan and our vivacious president, One thing for sure, this year's game will have no bearingon
quite a'campaign, although he should by this time, feel Mrs. Freddye Hendersoa They handled the capes very the National Championship. The FAMU band has
that he cannot win this election. In our opinion,the majority well. Unfortunately for Mrs. Morgan, stepping back froma always been a winner and maybe a goodly number of
of Democrats, will not cross the party lines. charge, she fell Injuring her wrist and had to go to the people will pay admission to see the fast stepping music
Among Florida's 2,463,832 registered voters are hospital for treatment. Charles North of Miami started. to makers cut their capers around the fabulous Orange
269,377 Negro Democrats and 15,000 Negro Republicans.The don his cape and enter the ring -but later thought betterof Bowl'' turf. From where I sit, the Rattlers dominationof
Miami Times repeats what it said endorsing the idea and chickened out. the Negro football world has come to an end .. And
On Sunday morning we enjoyed a sumptuous breakfastat now maybe the Classic sponsors will give some serious
Mayor High in' the May primary. "It's time for the
hotel Alamede. throught to bringing the best two Negro football teams in
people of Florida to elect' a governor from this part 0 f This afternoon there is a real bull fight;. however Ye the nation to Miami for this gala event.
the state, and Miami's Mayor Robert King High gives Editor did not attended.Ye *
them that opportunity. We have listened to speeches by Editor worshipped at Christ Church, Mexico City. Many boys from Liberty City and Brownsville ,art
both candidates, we have read some of them. We are This is.a fine looking structure with history dating back to making the long journey to the Northwest Boys Club on
convinced that Robert King High is the better quali- the American occupation of Mexico in 1847 when the first N. W 119th Street In order to play little league footbal:
fied to fill that high office." public services In English were held. Nothing permanent It seems such a pity that our own youngsters find
Furthermore he is endorsed by 18 in resulted, and there was a 20-year delay before the liberal it necessary to journey from their own commu.nities in searchof
", newspapers atmosphere of the Juarez reform permitted the birth of an recreational opportunities.
the state. Among them, The Miami News, "MiamUer ld, organization of undenominational character. Out of this

Tampa Tribune, Orlando Sentinel, St. Petersburg Times "Anglo Saxon Church" evolved an Anglican parish under ...._'-.* ..l!' '
Can all of these be wrong? Republicans who desire to Church of England supervision. In 1885 the parish officially
do so, should go to the polls on November 8 and cast took the name of Christ Church and constructedits
present building in 1894. In 1904 the House of Bishopsof
their ballot for the next of FloridaMayorRobert
governor the Episcopal Church in the United States created the
King High.
Missionary District of Mexico and elected its first bishop,
The Rev Henry D. Aves. The present rector is the Rev.
C. Douglas Simmons.On .
PEACE IN THE OFFING Monday morning we visited Taxco on a Mexican
Colonial tour. This city, is called the Silver center of the
President Johnson who long since has been seek- world. It's 100 miles from Mexico City, but is a city
ing peace in Viet Nam seems to have made some pro- rich In Mexican history. As your bus stops, en-route to t 1 Lf j ;
gress. At a recent Peace Conference, or Summit Meet- Taxco, Mexican children approach you with live iguanas
ing, an agreement was made for withdrawal of forces inviting or rather expecting a peso or sothere are 12
from South Viet Nam within six months after their con- pesos to an U.S. dollar). Here at Taxco we shopped, 4
ditions for establishing peace are fulfilled. and feasted sumptuously. There's yet another place to go -
Acapulco, but Charles North and Ye Editor must returnto
The South Vietnamese regime pledged to hold
Mexico City tonight as we leave for Miami at 9:00: a.m.
national elections by next fall. on Tuesday (tomorrow morning).
There's still the matter of North Vietnamese and The most beautiful scene witnessed was the Church of J ,
Hanoi supplying the Viet Cong to be settled. Santa Prisca at Taxco, a church of the 18th century,
Let us hope these issues will soon be settled and Permission for building this church was given to Don Jose Astounding as it might seem 13 of these "miniaturefire
peace be restored, preventing further loss of life on all Borda who owned a silver mine and was wealthy in 1750. traps", located at Northwest Gist Street at 22nd Avenue,
sides. It's difficult for Ye Editor; to describe the beauty of this measuring only 9x13 ft. and containing only one room anda
church. The altar is covered with gold, in fact, practically bath are being rented and occupied by human beingsat
DUVAL OFFICIALS INDICTEDIn everything in the church is so covered. the ridiculously high price ofS16.00perwcek. All except
Santa Prlsca was a young Roman girl 13, martyred the damaged one shown above. Damage to this so called
Jacksonville, Councilman Claude Smith Jr. and because she refused to worship a pagan god, sometime dwelling unit was Inflicted whenan out of control car crashed
former state legislator is charged with five counts of between 268-270 A.D. If you ever visit Mexico, see this into it some six weeks ago. From where I sit the Metro

bribery over an 18-month period. The Duval County church. Dade County Minimum Housing Department should force
Grand Jury returned the indictments. Iwo others,* Le There are 3,500 public schools In Mexico City, with the owner Mrs. Etha Bech, to either make repairs or finish
an enrollment of more than '35.000 at the University of the demolition of this building Immediately. Certainly Dade
muel Sharp, city council president and George Robinson -
Mexico. county is guilty of permitting the existence of enough "eye
former head of the Gator Bowl sports complex, Mexico manufactures televisions, radios, rubber, oil sores" without this one being added to the I overgrowing
were also indicted and posted bonds. and sugar, and that's not all. She also assembles Volks list
Wagens. *
Mexico is noted as a tourist resort. During the year As a result of our column of September 2, 1966 in whichwe
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKYe 1966 she has already entertained 120 conventions and attempted to call public attention to the fact that
six more are to come. recreational facilities for thousands of youngsters residingin
Editor attended the ninth annual Diocesan Clergy In 1970 Mexico expects to entertain the World's Foot Brownsville are totally inadequate and almost nonexist
Conference at Camp Wingman, Avon Park on October ball championship games as well as the 1968 Olympics. ant a special meeting of representatives of the Dade Parks
10-13'eaving Miami,with Fr. Tyrell Dear, via Seaboard Leaving on Tuesday by Eastern Airlines we found our and Recreation Department, Miami Housing Authority,
Airline. On the afternoon of the 12th, editor's daughter flight from New Orleans to Miami had been cancelled. Dade Health Department Equal Opportunities Program.Inc. .
Clarice and son-in-law Willie Littles motored up and broughthim After some three hours delay we were transferred to National ., Dade County Schooi Board civic, religious and fra
home to prepare for the ninth annual convention of the AlrlineS and returned home safely during the after ternal leaders has been scheduled for November 14th at the
International Travel Agents Society meeting in Mexico City noon after a very pleasant trip. Brownsville EOPI center. The meeting, under the auspicjcsof
and Acapulco October 13-20. Among 62 persons attending the convention was our the Metro County Manager's office, is being called for
Leaving Miami at 5 p.m. by rasternAlrlineswe arrivedin good friend Dr. Amaziah Cohen, a former Miamian and the purpose of taking immediate and lon, range steps to the
Mexico City at 9.00; p.m. It's quite rainy, but being old acquaintance, now a practicing dentist in Atlanta provide additional recreational facilities and to prevent anotherWashington
provided with umbrellas we were able to make our way Georgia. We 'had quite an 'Interesting conversation and he once proud Brownsville community from becoming slum
through customs minus a wetting. st1llinslsts Miami the greatest city in the world. Heights type misery and crime breeding
Hendersonwho Jackson Cooper, who owns and operates community.
There we met I.T.A.S. president Freddye Cooper Travel
happened to be thesameplanealthough not knownto Bureau In Cleveland Ohio, Is the newly elected president of --
11 AS. Miss Roberta Barnes who operates Tropical Tours
us.Upon in Washington, D.C., an affiliate of North's
arrival we are met by agent Maurice Williams, Travel Bureau
representative of Tourism of Mexico, our host, who master in Miami, Is the new secretary..Jerry Cattouseof Guatemala, MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
minded arrangements for our visit. We are taken to our who owns Jerry's Tours in that Central American city was
hotels and comfortably domiciled for the five-day visit elected to the office of vice president. Mrs. Ella A. Brown MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
with breakfast TIiKf.W orld 'rm Service in Hartford. .YOU.
Activities began on Thursday morning Connecticut, APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH
hotel. At 10 official Deveaux of Los Angeles, who
served at the Metropole a.m. opening operates Devoe's
session at Hotel Cristobal Colon and at 1:30: p.m. lunch Tours were elected to the board of Directors. The committee THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.
ut the same hotel. At 3:30: p.m. we are off on a tour of to select the 1967 place of meeting has received PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!
this wonderful Mexico 'Ity. There is much to see. Museums, requests to return to Mexico, go to )Haiti, Bermuda or
wonders of the Aztec Civilization, caves.._carvings, Shrine Madrid, Spain.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 28, 1966 5

Sorority To

Sponsor fi'j'jI.I.

Tea i I .

Invitations are in the mail for the Eighth Annual- Orchids to the \,
Equal Opportunity Day Dinner of the Greater Miami micron Chapter of i
Urban League. It's scheduled for November 19 at the Omega Sorority
Deauville. teen years of
Care Center f 1

Miami Jackson students are to be commended for Square.
the, fine stand they have taken about their school. Mark October J
Superintendent Joe Hall and the Board should be your calendar
ashamed that students have to Autumn Tea 'I,
point the way for them, I
but it has been said: "And a little child shall lead 6:00: p.m., 1 I
them.Let's" hope that the Board ,will take the necessary Auditorium.Seventeen I \ '
steps both at Jackson and Edison. After all, only. Miss Elmira j'j'L
one-sixth of the school year has passed. All it should sileus, .the
take is a firm stand by the Board on boundary lines. ed the Liberty
Care Center as its
Beale Street in Memphis, Tennessee, one-time ject. Since that 1
home of the blues, will be designated a national historical -tions from these
landmark tomorrow. The ceremony will be held in have provided f .
Handy Park, named for W. C. Handy,the blues composer with. many useful ; 4 f'
who make the street famous.Mr. water fountain, ,1
machine ,
Ivan Rolle has clocks and >_1
returned from Bimini where he
went to attend the funeral of a relative. are but a few of
things provided

Sincere sympathy is extended to the Sears family years. ,
in the loss of their loved one. J
According to r

Birthday Greetings to David Davis who is conva- retha Johnson," .
lescing at home from a recent injury. Tea will be the
Mrs. Emily Ross t
Has ileus, with the
Mrs. Miriam Wells of Nassau is presently in Miami tive effort of
visiting friends and relatives.
chapter, is
musical talent in
Wedding Bells will ring for Fredericka Woods and Come and
Raymond Smith at Ebenezer Methodist Church, Nov. 13. friends.

George A. Simpson Jr. is a delegate from Christopher
Columbus High School to the Southern Associationof
the Southeast Region of the Student Council being
held in Georgetown, South Carolina.Mrs. Our

Charlotte Ford Clark served as hostess to
the Greater Miami Chapter of the Links, Inc. last Satur- Armed I I

day evening at the Den of the Miami Springs Villas.Mr. .
i I

Davis Wilson made a visit to Philadelphiaon Airman James
Thursday to attend the funeral of his aunt Mrs. son of Mr. & '1
Annie M. Horne who died on Friday, October 21st. ses Hall of 1611
Ave., Miami,

Mr. Donald Johnson, a former Miamian who has Air Force on
Oct. He will
lived in New York for a quarter century, has returned to for his basic ..
Miami to the delight of his mother,relatives and friends.Mr. .
Miles Glenn who has lived in Tuskegee for
30 years is visiting his,mother Mrs. Alvie King. Milesis John 1
a well known Miamian. Since graduating from Tuske-
gee Institute in 1940, he has lived in Alabama. 1
I IAl raises

(Doc) Pittman is down from New York visiting \
his brother and sister-in-law (Smiling) Eddie Lee and: Framing|r
Emily Pittman. He is enjoying old and new friends. Thisis I t
AI's first tri back here in 20 years.Mr. -1 V H j I

Leslie Taylor of San Juan, Trinidad, brother of
the late Rev.W, E. Taylor, is visiting his sister-in-law,
Mrs. Ora D. Taylor and son. Mrs. Taylor is a local
businesswoman and church worker.If .

you were to poll the local AKA's or their Color- l :
balloo guests you'd probably come up with 100 per '
cent enjoyment of last Sunday's Ebony Fashion Fair :
which included a few really wearable numbers! By the

way, whatever happened to Terry? .

Gaynell Gibson Whyms of Key West is visiting
her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gib- ) '
son of 4648 NW 11th Avenue

Get well wishes go to Ada Lee at Mt.Sinai Hospital. I was born in
in 1941. There I
Wilhelmina Sands played hostess twice in the the Eustis
same week to members of the Phyllis Wheatley Club on School, and after
Monday evening and to members of the Sunshine Clubon the 12th grade, I
Tuesday evening. join the Army.
years in the Army I
the Flori- Miami to live with
Dade County business teachers attended, in 1963.
da Business Education Association meeting at the In 1964 I
Hollywood Beach Hotel in Hollywood on Friday and band and in 1965,1
Saturday. Audrey Williams, Northwestern teacher, wasa father of a girl.
panelist for the Vocational Office Education section During my three
meeting on Friday morning. residence here, '
working on a few
Wedding Bells will ring for Barbara Wooten, North- I did not like too
western schoolmarm, and Rev. Roland A. Chappelle; I'm employed in a
Broward County teacher, on Nov. 5 at St. James AME ing cOmpany.A few weeks. ago

Church. was riding alone in

Friends in Miami and Key West wish to extend heard this
the radio about the
hite in the
sincere sympathy to Mrs. Ursala Flemings
Training Institute
loss of her mother Mrs. Ethel LindarFlemings of Key 1st St. so I called
West who died Wednesday in New York City. Mrs. see what they offered.well
Flemings celebrated her 107th birthday July 7, 1966. it has a
classes, but I |
Key Punch Operator
something very

Beck, the
Class of Dorsey 1946 TIMES ADS and Mrs. Bash, the
and Northwestern 1956 will as well as the .
have their class meeting at give you something .
the home of Mrs. Bettie Fish- I BRING RESULTS ward to. And I
bum, 5260 NW 9th Ave. at 6 have believed that I
p.m. Sunday, October 30th. where I am today.


6 THE MIAMI TIMES, t Friday October 28.1966RICHMOND
..... 1lll[.n

FOCUSiiiiMiaiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilliiiiiiriiniiiiil.J( To Be Equal| y -


":' h Whitney M. Young Jr. w

Er UtlVfI DirectorNational Urban League
8y Gwendolyn Laverne Ross

Social Notes The Backlash ProblemThe '

Ghosts and goblins will vie for attention at the IVe of backlash white resistance to theNegro's 79k
Halloween party hostessed by Girl Scout Troop 503 on phenomenon of once again has reared its ugly
Friday night, October 28, at Tots Town Kindergarten.The cause equality number of recent events.
be in a
head. Its effect can seen
witching hours are from eight to eleven-thirty. Admis- the
bill killed In the Senate,
First, the fair housing was
sion to the ghastly gallery it 'fifty cents. Com-
ssssssssss congressional leaders launched an attack on U.S.
Harold Howe's efforts to bring
of Education
The Richmond Heights Men's Club recently completed he was movingtoo
about of the schools, claiming
their Voter Registration Drive In the area. The club urged
of Negro
fast, despite the fact that 90 percent
unregistered residents and those whose had
attend segregated schools 12 years after the Supreme Court's.historic .
lapsed to set their names on the book.
decision outlawing segregated schools. Other signs
Sponsorship of the Kendall Kid (Cottage Iendallllome
include the
that backlash is becoming more of a problem
is a continuing club project. Each third Sunday, the mem- election victories by segregationists as wellas

the bers,Month.meet with. the boys and award a prize to the Boy of many the primary current appeals to racist elements in many of the

election districts around the country. v '
ssssssssss ,
Part of the reason for this is that Negroes are no longer 'IIIil"
TO RICHMOND HEIGHTS YOUTH COUNCIL demanding merely to be served at a lunch counter, but are \ -/ ; ,
MEMBERS: Don't forget the meeting scheduled for No- seeking more basic freedoms like open housing and Inte- : "/
vember 1, at 7:30 p.m. in Frank C. Martin School's cafe- grated quality education freedoms which touch all white ..
Americans more directly. This quest for real equality by
ssssssss.sss :Negroes has laid bare the strain of racism which existsin
Hans for a "Lawn of the Month" contest were discussedby the nation. lukemia Poster Girl's
the Richmond Heights Garden Club at the 'October 22 Much of the blame for backlash is laid at the door of
meeting at The home of Mrs. Clyde Young (Jean). Each the riots which have taken place in Negro ghettos in recent
month Judges will select the most attractive lawn basedon summers. People became frightened of the violence which
landscaping points. Rules for the contest will be announced erupted, andthey became scared by the extremist statements Birthday Party Sunda
later. they heard orread. These peopleshould realize that the over-
Mrs. James Crawford (Alma) was the recipient of a whelming majority of Negro: citizens do not believe in

miniature cactus plant as the winner of the monthly flower- violence or extremism. I am afraid that many of the so- The University of Miami Donation is $1.00 tick
naming contest. called "backlashcrs" know this,but use incidents violence per
Football team will kick off Seating is on a first-co
s s s s s s s s s s s s s s. s or extremism as an excuse to parade their long-hidden
the three and a half hour basis.
INSIDE OUR CH UKCHES prejudices out in the open.
variety show for the benefit
Inside our Churches There has been a serious failure on the part of white of the Leukemia Society hon- Larry King, Rick Sh
Talent from the Miami churches will be featured in a leadership. It has failed to live p to the principles of equal and Butterball will MC
show produced by the Teenage Commission of Bethel rights and has been too hasty In reacting to isolated Inci- Wise's oring six-year-old Cheryl is the party and over eighteen t ti
Baptist Church on Sunday, October 30, at three o'clock., dents with threats and warnings. birthday. Cheryl vision and radio person
Responsible leadership in the Negro: community, while Dade County Leukemia Society's ities and top entertain
getting less publicity in its rejection of riots and extremism, Poster Child. from our area will
has tried to .'cool off' dangerous situations and bring an appear
stage. Some of the featu
end to violent outbursts.For this, white leadership has been The event is called"Cheryl's
will be Marsh and Ada
Birthday Party"and
profuse in its commendations and thanks.
But responsible leaders need more than praise. will be held on October Tubby ,Boots, Miami Mu
:VfWMBMTOP ,) What Negro leaders want and need aretoncrctevictories 30 at Dinnr Key Auditorium mers,. Marching Stri

: which they can present to their constituents. They need Jobs at 2:30 P.M. Band the Convairs, themanans
: for the unemployed of the ghetto; they need low-and-middle Jumping Jail
; : 1 income housing projects; they need a crackdown on slum Doors will open at 12:30P. Rick Shaw, Banjo Billya
-- 50 .; conditions; they need better schools; they need better muni- M. and tickets will be on Captain Jack, Maria M,
cipal services including a police force which protects rather sale from 9:00: A.M. Sundayand ville, Cindy Stevens, T.
than bullies. These are what responsible leaders need, from 10:00: A.M. until th Robot, Skipper Chuc
l.Stay With Me Lorraine Loma not letters of commendation. 2:00: P.M. Saturday at Din- and hs gang, the Wild M

Ellison Praise from the white establishment can only harm these ner Key Auditorium. Ticketsare Steve Review, plus clow
2.Knock On Wood Eddie Floyd Stax leaders if it is not accompanied by measures to improve the on sale now at the Leu- ventriloquists, baton to
3.Whlspers (Are ((jettin Jackie Wilson Brunswick lot of the Negro.: The man in the ghetto wants action- kemia Society office at 804 ers ar.d many more.
Louder) now. He can't eat promises, he needs a job now. And hecan't Congress Building and at all Everyone is invited to
4.Reach Out, I'll Be There Four Tops Motown- stomach vague promises about open housing when his Dade County Royal Castles. tend.
5.Said 1 Wasn't Going Sam & Dave Stax kids are bitten by rats in the slums -now. Responsible

To Tell .... leadership has tried to convince officials of this urgency and
6.It's Alright J.J.Jackson Calla all they get for it are commendations which can only bring
7.Love Is A Hurtin Lou Rawls Capitol them loss of confidence and influence in the ghetto. JAZZ. NIGHTLYTHE
ThIng8.Dreamer's Unless officials stop writing nice letters and start listen-
ing to responsible leaders and them
give concrete victories,
Hall Of Fame Jeb Stuart Eureka
the mood of the ghetto will become even more ominous, and IRA SULLIVAN FOUR AT
9.Stand In For Love O'Jays Imperial violence and destruction will become
f lO.Don't Be A Dropout James Brown King The Negro wants nothing very extraordinary.prevalent.He wants ALAN ROCK'S JAZZVILLEAT
11.Secret Love Billy Stewart Chess12.FaFaFaSad what other Americans have and
enjoy wants to be a THE RANCH
Song) Otis Redding Volt part of a prosperous nation with equal rights and bene-
Biscayne Blvd & 126th Street
13.Never Like This Before Eddie Floyd Stax fits. He is led by responsible leaders who have been trying to
14.My Sweet Potatoe Booker T. & Stax bring the Negro into the mainstream of American life. But Jon Conc.rt Sunday 4i30 and 7:00

M G.'S without meaningful indications by society that it is prepared Sunday night Jam S.<*ton 10:30
15.It Tears Me Up Percy Sledge Atlantic to open its doors to the Negro, irresponsible elements on PETE PONZOL QUARTETPlus
16.Beauty Is Only Skin Deep Temptations Gordy both sides will take over. '
17.I'm Still Waiting Patti Labelle & Atlantic This is anational crisis, and It has become a crisisof Ira Svllivon Four
Dluebelles leadership as well.CENTRAL.
18.You Can't Hurry Love Supremes Motown
19.I Need You Baby Alder Ray Mlnlnt I .
20. ehlnd Locked Doors Witches & Sew City
Warlocks LIFEis f
Time Stopped Marvin Smith Brunswick
22.Crackin' Up Over You Roy Hamilton ItC.A.
Victor not the biggest or the oldest Life Insu- 1ST MIAMI RUN

23.What Becomes Of The Jimmy Roffin Soul rance Company in Florida. ORIVE IN THEATRE.

24.Just Like a Fish Jr. Parker Mercury But we are big enough to be STRONG and BIG I UNIT ADULT SHOW

25.Must I Keep On Waiting Otis Clay One-Derful old enough to be KNOWLEDGEABLE in the
26.What Now My Love Groove Homes Prestige services Uncensor
we provide. After 44 of
27.Don't Answer The Door B.B.King A.B.C- years ser
Paramount vice to our people, we are still a growing / and uncu

28.You've Got To Be A Man Lil Beaver Deep CityMirawood company with one ambition: to be one of
29.Baby Your Time Is My Bob & Earl the best insurance
Time30.Taikin' companies in the nation. a

Bout True Love Rufus Thomas Stax That is why we work so diligently to keep
31.Man Loves Two Little Milton Chess our policies up to date, our services prompt i
32. Me Your Love SatisfactionsGranvllle .
Give Mercury and dependable and our professional stan. A M.N.WM M..e.foo1ocJt
Williams dards high.In uir

34.Holy Cow Lee Dorsey Amy
35.Poor Girl In Trouble Barbara ,Arctic the matter of Insurance SHOCKER NO. 2
.36.Im Ready For Love Martha & Gordy ings, educational assistance, medical ex. VOUDoNTNAIBTdBBF

Vandellas penses, job opportunities and homeowner 4V T 6t7VT:

t 37.Open The Door To Mighty Federal assistance, Central Life excels. As of .. a O

!t 38.Forget Your About Heart.Me Prince Vikings Harold Mercury December 31, 1965, Life Insurance in force ELkE '

39.Patch My Heart Mad Lads Volt was $27,441,441,00. Individual lives are 'OMMER

40.Walking The Duck TriumphsJerry Verve insured up to $50,000,000.00. (lhe beaul/ul baby /iomrha Pifta") y l A
41.You Make Me Feel Butler MercuryLike TECHNICOLOR* ,
Someone f ,,
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42.You Keep Me Hangin On Supremes Motown y
43.God Bless The Woman Sir Armond Scamm As we said, we're not the BIGGEST, but

ti 44.Call Me' Steinways Oliver we are trying hard to be the BEST.
45.That Lucky Old Sun Cash McCall Thomas
t 46.Try My Love Bobby Moore's Checker

47.1 Fooled You This Time Gene Chandler Halo COMPANYOF

49.Pouring Water,On A James Carr Goldway FLORIDA"YOUR


50.Bye,'Bye, ,'Baby Ella Octavia

'1 lick'I III I It: .: Hymn. No.::5 Mighty.: Hannibal -, Josie '. DISTRICT OFFICES STATEWIDE ,,I ,


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 28, 1966 7

lET'S.T All( POLITICS Dr. Porter Heads Equal

Byt Norman E. Jones Opportunity Day DinnerMrs. John Be

Voters League launches two-party system.

The Florida Voters League, Inc. In their meeting in Bess Glasser, presi- (
dent of
Greater Miami Ur
Perry, broke the shackles which had bound them to the ban has :;
Democratic Party since their organization and moved into League appointedDr. { t
the orbit of the two-party system by citing strong approval Gilbert L. Porter to head I
or Republican candidate for Attorney General Ellis Rubinof the arrangement committeefor
Miami Beach, a native of Syracuse, New York, over this year's observance of ,
Democratic incumbent Earl Faircloth, born a.nd reared in Equal Opportunity Day. The
Chiefland, Florida. occasion will be featured bya
Taking a definite action as a followup of a resolution dinner at the Deauvllle \
strongly endorsing the two-party system at their fall meet- Hotel, Miami Beach, on ;
ing in St. Petersburg last year and reaffirmed in the July Nov. 19th, at which time
Board Meeting in July at Orlando, the league displayeda awards will be made to in-
political statesmanship sorely needed to maintain and dividuals and firms who 1
Increase electorate.their political leadership of the Florida Negro have made outstanding contributions t '

With the in areas of equal
increasing strength of the Republican Party'
it is mandatory that the political leadership move into employment, housing, edu-
an active role in the Florida Republican Party in orderto cation and human relations. ) ,
provide a sounder base and to give to the party a Honorary recognition will
more progressive image. be accorded to the Negro r, "; '
Not only is it the responsibility. of the Negro electoratein Family of the Year, selected DR. GILBERT PORTERthe t )
to actively l participate in the Republican Party, by a panel of judges, of in Greater Miami I :' I
to provide a choice but whom the Rev. Dr. Edward Negro
to help bring the party philosophy will not be sped by teachinga Il
into the Twentieth Century. The Republican Party in the Graham is chairman.Dr. l
set of three R's: ran-
South has ad opted the coloring of such democratic race- Porter is special as- new This lira, xEUl
. baiters as Theodore BUbo, 'Cotton Ed' Smith;Cole Blease, sitant to the deputy super- cor, riot and revenge. 'i
the Ur-
James Vardaman, 'Gene' Talmadge, George Wallace, Ross intendent of Dade County does not mean that )
Barnett and others of that ilk. schools and is on the Education ban League is backing away "
The first political participation of the Negro was in the CommitteeoftheCom- from its attack on racial dis- I
Republican Party, it was the only political vehicle until munity Relations Board of crimination. It means that we '
the election of Franklin D. Roosevelt opened the doors in Miami Over the past 30 want to attack in a non-
all sections of the country except the South. The Southern years he has held every maJor violent, organized way, and
Democratic Party successfully kept the Negro from participation office in Florida State an essential of that is the to St 1CH
until The Supreme Court Decision in 1946. Teachers' Association and at cooperation of white citizensin ,
The political welfare of the Nation and on all political its last convention givena all areas of employment. ,
levels is based on a strong two-party system, as the one- plaque for outstandingservice. housing, education and human -
party system leads to tyrannical dictatorship rule. He has been cited by relations."

many civic and fraternal wasnereiCan
Bethune-Cookman and JOINS COCA-COLA IN
the first time In modern history the Office of Governor FloridaNormal for MIAMI Fleetwood price, a
in Florida is strongly contended by a Republican outstanding leadership Colleges in graduate of Tennessee A&I a Scotch actually taste good?Ask the bom-ancU
candidate, whose chances are rated better than the Baltimore education.In State University and a nativeof bred Scotch drinkers. They've been smacking their
Orioles before this year's world's series and for the'Irst an exclusive statementto Miami, Fla., has been ap- lips over John Begg for years. Suddenly this'grandold
time since the Negro sued and won the right to participatein pointed sales and marketing
the Miami Times,Dr. Por- is the of everybody's tongue.'Take
name on tip a
the previously all-white Democratic primaries, the Negro representative by the Coca-
vote is being ignored by both the Democratic and Repu- ter said:"TheGreater Miami Cola Bottling Company of peg o'Begg. It's a wee bit better than the beat," say
blican candidates. Urban League's eighth an- Miami. Age 23, Mr. Price was the poetic Scots of their treasured John Begg,whose
nual observance of
Claude Kirk, the reactionary running on the Republicanticket Equal graduated from Miami's Car taste is gentle,and whose price is light.
has no interest in, nor program designed to attract Opportunity Day is more ver High School. He received'the CO, N.Y.,
the Negro voter, he does not wish to in any manner activeor a or a Bachelor of Arts and
implied wish to be identified with seeking any support get-together. If it were of no Sciences degree from A&I-
from the Negro electorate, which is expected.The greater significance, there Nashville, in 1965. Married '
real shocker is the less than lukewarm attitude of would be no reason for its to the former Miss Bonnie J. OUR CLASSIFIED' ADS
Mayor Robert King High toward the Negro voter whose being. Its prime purpose is Rigby, also of Miami, Mr.
strong support in the 1964 and 1966 Democratic primariesand to promote thesplrit of under- Price is a member of Nebo
run-offs projected him into the candidacy for Governoron standing and the goal of Baptist Church. The Pricesare BRING RESULTS
the Democratic ticket.It equal opportunity for every- the parents of three sons
is no secret ,that only the near total support of the one. When a thousand men
300,000Negro voters kept High on the state politicalscene and women, Negro and ",?Px
and that he cannot win in the General Election white, ordinary citizens and
without the continued strong support of this vote yet his those in positions influence
strategy is now geared to the strong support of the North In business, education and
Florida racist section to the near disregard of his previous government, break bread
strength. and rub elbows with one OUR FREEDOM j IS FRAGILE
Thus the Negro voter in Florida finds himself unwantedby another, it inspires a .
both candidates for: Governor in this General Election. cooperation that challengesthe
Without the previous strong motivation engendered by the bigots of white suprem-
controversial Burns, coupled by the lack interest acy and the militants who WHO WILL
of both candidates the Negro voter will probably Ignore shout 'Black Power. VOTE FOR THOSE

the coming November election just as he is being ignored, "As a life-long educator,"
which will react in the favor of Claude Kirk, the candidateon continued Dr. Porter, "I well
the Republican ticket and the race for the Governorshipof remember the three R's:read-
Florida will produce another upset ala the 1966 World's ing, 'riting and 'rithmatlc. HANDLE IT WITH CARE,
Series, with Robert King High being charged with more And surely the betterment of
errors than the favored Dodgers.For .
the first time in modern history of Florida a 18 YEARS OF RESPONSIBLE
Republican is making a serious challenge for the officesof BUILDING SERVICE TO I.
Governor and Attorney General in the General Election, THE COMMUNITY ; .
with the possibility of upsets in the making.
Ellis Rubin, a young attorney from Miami Beach, is
moving fast upon the incumbent Attorny General Earl CALL STANLEY ,
Faircloth, born and reared in CHiefland, Florida. Faircloth -
beat out the Farris Bryant appointed Attorney General PL 1-3804
Jimmy Kyne in 1962 by a mere 500 votes in a contested o r VOTEDEMOCRATIC r\
election and is rated vulnerable to defeat by this sincere .Boautiful, Horn* s
dedicated native of Syracuse, New York, a graduate of Built Ours on Your Lot ,
Holy Cross 1'niyers.ity in Boston, Mass. or
being made by can- Attractive Altoro-
The fact that serious challenges are
didates on the Republican ticket In the General Electionshas Hens end Addition
disturbed the Democratic party to no end which has .Lot U Demolish
considered the State of Florida their personal fiefdom with DillY Your Worn OutHouse
their one-party dictatorship a half-century before Lenin and Build a i
installed the one-party system in Russia under the name of L..I, Now Homo '
the Communist Party. Coll Ui far Feet About
Under the Florida statutes, the Governor cannot succeed Building
himself which always attracts a crowd of hopefuls, since Good Bonk Financing
they will not have the disadvantage of .opposing an in-
while cabinet officers can succeed themselves in- .
definitely and by contrast are seldom seriously challenged, STANLEY BUILDERS, THE WAY
particularly after the first full term of office, and usually Inc.Licensed ALL
remain for life, ill health forces them to resign or they step Inivrtd
up to higher offices by election or appointment.
Consequently the race for a cabinet position seldom draws 888 N. E. 79tH Stroot $
from the voters or financial backers, the ex- Miami/ Florid. fi
Son being the 1962 and current race for the Attorney
General, with a good chance of history repeating itself by 8th $
Rubin Nosing out Faircloth In a photo finish. NOVEMBER :

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 28,1966 9

Round About



Dorothy Orr former
head of "
Brooklyn Youth in Action") named assistant
director of HARYOU Act by HYA Board Chairman An-

drew Tyler, replacing resigned Douglas Pugh (now with
the Ford Foundation). Dot Orr's job is to create new
and greater programs for central Harlem's, community.. \
Fireman Carl Lee, Fireman Bernard Tepper and Fire +
man Joe Kelly,the three Negroes who died in the down- -
down Manhattan fire last 1
Monday night ( or Tues-
day morn)were three of the nicest guys. "The good die
young." The mystery surrounding the death of
Jane Bunche Pierce (U.N. delegate Ralph Bunche's
daughter) followed by the deaths of Mrs. Olive Mwalili-
no and her twochildrenson Kotoki, 1 year and daughter
Janet, three months. The family of G.T.K. Mwalilino
also a member of the United Nations.
(Afro-Rep.) .
Ira F. Aldridge (Savior of
Haryou Act
) got a new job as The Brownsville Junior perfect attendance.The .
Deputy Comm. of Management and Finance of the revised High School students in their winners were treatedto BROWNSVILLEJR. JAZZVILLE AT THE
NYC Wide Anti-Poverty program. One of the attempts to stay "on top" in a free dance with refresh- HIGH PTA
Lindsay (I am the mayor) administrators reported th is attendance have been participating ments. Because of the out- RANCHER MOTEL
l in an "Outstanding standing work of the studentsin The PTA at Brownsville
Attendance Contest" the area of attendance, the Junior High will hold its
BILL MILLER MUSICIAN OF THE WEEK "Billy and The winners for this six students and faculty at first meeting of this school There will be a big Jazz
the Four Sounds" are Columbia Recording Studio's weeks were homeroom sections Brownsville are hoping they year on Thursday, Nov. 3 at Concert this Sunday at Alan
answer to Motown's Four Tops. (The "Reach Out, I'll '9-7. 9-10, 8-10, and 7-12. The will be one of the top 8 p.m. in the school's audi- Rock's Jazzville at the
be There" sensations). Billy was born in Tampa, Fla 'two ninth grade sectionswere schools in attendance this torium. Rancher Motel, Biscayne
and lived in Miami. lie's the son of Mrs. Eva Miller tied with 22 days of six weeks. The PTA will present a Boulevard and 126th Street.
panel from the Miami Housing Featuring the Ira Sullivan
Cook of
Topica Springs, Fla. Billy resides at 944 who
,Authority will discussthe Four plus Pete Ponzol Quartet
Union Ave., Bronx. Billy and the Sounds sing "Rock eligibility and responsi- plus many surprise guest
and Roll" but love jazz. Favorite female vocal group, Housing Rally At bility of all prospective tenants stars. Alan Rock, M. C. 4:30to :
The Supremes "You Can't Hurry Love." and "Get Out of the New Housing midnight.For .
of My Life." You can call Bill by phoning DA 9-3549. Development in the area.
This information is Im-

MUSIC SERVEY AND TEEN TOWN CHATTER Barry Manor Park Nov. 5 community portant, therefore is urged, to the be entire pre- the concert those, who the Ira can't Sullivan make

Gordy's Motown record firm pulling the Marvelettes out Four appear nightly from 10
p.m. to 3 a.m.
of their headline Apolla engagement last week reportedly Carle Capers is pre-
"We want decent and varied and
housingnow many ; sup sident and M. I. Bannermanis Your dress is always casual.
because of racketeers threats and demands "
money said J. L. Chatmon, plying this need will provide principal.
under investigation and other stars on show was Johnnie Pres. of Miami Chapter of Jobs for our unemployed. --

Nash (took over Marvelettes place), the Olympics, Southern Christian Leadership Growing children need room ......................................
(Baby do the Philly Dog),The Diplomats, Darrell Banks, Conference as he announced to play, and there isanacute
The Mad Lads (Patch My Heart) and J. J. JacksonIt's a rally to be held need for low cost single fam- NOW OPENA
( All Right) Rocky G., W.W.R.L. top disc in Manor Park, 7:00: to 10:00P. : ily and duplex units on ample
M. Sat. night, Nov. 5th. lots. There is also a need for
jockey and Marvin dye was also threatened by the "Promises and promises subsidized apartment build- Guest House Named
racket bosses it is believed Jeb Stuart hit, "Drea-
don't for
Just get the j Job done. Ings some of our Ill-
mers Hall of Fame" dedicated to Lil Charles Fortson, We need housing at a pricewe housed couples." ParadiseCentral
Edison Jr. High School lad that sings Lorraine can afford now, he said. The rally will highlight Dugies
Allison's "Stay with Me Baby" to lovely jacquelyn "Over one third of the people other issues such as human
Davis, 67th St. Lassie".',. The mightyVikings' "Open in Miami are ill-housed, rights economic justice, Air Condition Rooms with 'or
the' 'Doort to Your Heart," dedicated to cute 'JanIs arid the bulldozers of Urban equality of opportunity,jobs without bath Open 24 hours I a day
Watts .Jimmy Ruffin's "What Becomes of the Broken Renewal have removed over and peace.
2,000 housing units, which Mr. Nathaniel Mosdy,
Hearted" to pretty Isabelle Ingraham, a model fashion have M.A. Ph. 633-9995
not been replaced. An a classmate of Dr.
designer Sam and Dave's "Said I Wasn't Going tc acute housing shortage exists, Martin Luther King Jr. at
Tell" dedicated to former Miss BTW Joyce Williams which is making rents sky Atlanta University will There are no better rooms on earth, than the
The Four Tops was sensational at their NY Town Hall rocket. We ask the people speak. Music will be furnished
concert Sunday night. "Reach Out" gave them a standing of Miami to Join us at Manor by some local talent, and rooms you will find at DUGIE'S PARADISE.

ovation. This is Scoop Bethel saying "Time and Park, Saturday night to show Blanche Galloway has been Seeing is believing. The accommodationsyou'll
their interest in correcting invited to entertain.
Tide waits for
no man. long.
Miami's housing shortage. Manor Park is located at receive, you will find only in thi s
"Our housing, needs are N.W. 50th St and 13thAve. brother.


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." Our' Read,_rs Spak 0 'L; : TO PRESENT I D


lican Club Northwestern invites all Repub-responsible tour Mia1by 1 1

( 'iS Republicans to iliapub
j jf
meet Mr. Lloyd Smith of the )
National Republican Committee 'I 1
Washington, D. C. at 8 Haspioi,

... -"- ."' \..../....- .....,.....-/ 3166 p.m.,NW Saturday 53rd St., Also Oct. Sundayat 29 at war iittlClul

Blvd from ,
.YLStt.ii t. flit Editor l 3 to 6 p.m.Biscayne Republican Head- the \
quarters. Open House.

Let's Stop Throwing Trash r oni 1 1

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On The StreetsDear CarverRanches 3- '

Editor: it enforced? I
It wouldn't take the trash i tr ItOUlp
I am writing to you con-
men a second to hand each' '
cerning two abandovrt cars
located at llth ,Avenue at guilty person a warning first Newsy
and then fine be I REEl
a imposed \\i [ ,
49th Street. The children are by the I dAi
in danger of getting hurtas City. *--& Woltor Bow
there is broken glass all I am ashamed of my Mr. Bert Ingraham of
street when out of town -
over the area.I 4224 S.W. 18th St., West 'i J
friends come to visit me they ten
also wanted to know if Invariably ask me "Why Hollywood, reported this ; ; Sq>
there is any way that Jhe week that his wife Mrs. Rena .. .... .t
does the City tolerat sucha .,t ..'."..... .. .. ..- oy
home owners could be madeto Ingraham, is doing nicely
disgrace to the "Magic
stop puttingtrashallinthestreet. City." I have no answer. after spending a week at Memorial Florida's Fashion future was the program theme for the Fall meeting of South-
The paper blows all Neighborhood Block Clubs? Hospital in Holly- east Florida Home Economics Association at the Columbus Hotel, with Herbert an
over the street and we who wood. of the proposed Miami Merchandise Mart as the
It works for some streets Martin, center executive director an'
try to keep our places neat but for thers another type main speaker. At left Is Mrs. Mary Lou Adams, 1185 NW 88th St., treasurer of hu

are neighbors.I plagued. by our careless of club is needed.As Mr. and Mrs.Alfred Harris SEFHEA, and at right Is Mrs. Joanne Jack, executive director of the Dairy Councilof

am sure that many people of 5225 Mayo St. in Hollywood South Florida and district chairman of SEFHEA.
for the of musicto the
type are thanking -.
have this common com-
be used at the park. That many friends and relatives .
plaint as is readily evidentas
you walk thru the various could come up at a later date who gave them many lovely Book Theological Seminary, .}
streets. Thereseemstonoone when our dirty streets lead- gifts. Also the Rev. Arthur Nassau Minister Authors Nashville, Tenn., and the J
who really cares, most cer- ing to the park are cleanedup. Jackson who sent up a warm progressive pastor of his- :
Then the Caucasians can prayer, Saturday afternoon, toric Bethel Baptist Churchone
tainly not the "Big Whigs"downtown
who leave their offices not p.,int a finger and say"I Oct. 22. On Marriage and Divorce"The of the oldest Baptist I

downtown to go to their told you so". Maybe you bodies in the entire West In
clean streets in Hibiscus Is- could drop a word somewhere Mrs. Hilda Delancy Henryof Positive Book on quoting generously from ap- dies. ';'
land or elsewhere.I that would take effect 5106 SW 20th St., West Marriage and Divorce," by propriate passages In both In his discussion on the
understand that there is it is worth a try. Hollywood, left for Nassau, Dr. H. W. Brown,came from the Old and New Testaments.In "Negative-Positive Approach
an ordinance against this Respectfully yours, Bahamas, Oct. 27, to visit the printers on September 8. Chapter one-"M an- on Marriage," in
sort of thing but why isn't S. Vincent her cousin, Mrs. Eugene The 105-page book is Whence, Whither Dr. Chapter V,the writer advises: i
Morris and other relatives throught-provoking from beginning Brown quoted lavishly from "Marriage should be enter
and friends. to end. It sells for 'some of the world's great ed into prayerfully and care I
Thinks Democrats In S $2.00.In. thinkers and did likewise in fully. It is one of life's great :
. his introduction Dr. his chapter on "Birth Con- privileges, and we should
Power Too Long The Community Com- Brown states: "It is the pur- trol." not be hasty. We pass this
mittee of the Child's Care pose of this .book to use The book Is informativeand way only once, and we will
Center of West Hollywoodwill scriptural authority as a interesting. It deals with, not and can never relieve
LETTER TO THE EDITOR The theory of some De- hold its sale at the Fire guiding light to those who and throws light on some the time again. We have no
It's time for a change.The mocrats is that,a Republican House Saturday night, Oct. would hope for the best in of the most vexing social guarantee that our present
Democratic Party, in the Governor and a Democratic 29. Come out and help. family life, and point the way problems of the 20th cen- privileges will be repeated I
state of Florida, has beenin Congress wouldn't getalong to HIM who sanctified mar- tury, and points up some tomorrow, and,when we are I
power for 94 years. And good. Although it would be -- riage as a divine Institu- 'remedy. once bound to a mate we I
we as Republicans feel that fine If a Governoranda Leg tion. ," Dr. Brown Is a graduateof are tied until death to us
it's time for a change.It islative body be of the same The word used most was The author did just that, the National Baptist part. I
that the in party. But this can't alwaysbe 1 II I
seems party "action, and that it was as
power is unable to cope with done. the YGIA (Youth Girls In
the situations that confrontthe Action) selected officers
We believe that if the Leg-
citizens of Florida today. Oct 23, and got off to a

Taxes Especially are in at Dade a high County.level as islators believe they in are say the true American they Americans are,Prin-and, headstart with Party a pre-planned Oct. 31 for I IHallowe'en BUYING A NEW CAR ? ?

and crime is at an alarmingrate. ciple the kids. The affair will be
regardless of af-
Crime in Florida is second party held block style and a varietyof
filiations, they will on
in the nation. agree items will be available.We
largest II
plans put forth,by the Governor
And if it continues to rise, urge the support of the pub-
for the best interest for
it will lead the list. lic. Debra Peoples,president;
the people of Florida. 't'I
We believe if Mr. Kirkis Joyce peoples, secretary; \
Yes, we say it's time for a
elected Governor, taxes change. Gladys Thomas, reporter; I
will level off and crime will Toirmie Roberts, sponsor.
be cut to a minimum. Mrs. Lena Irving

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Feb. 8-12 Reapportionment AndOnce The Negro In Florida I

Dates for two major golf major league stars to what ., -- --

tournaments to be held InJMiaml has become one of South again the reapportionment impossible for an Individual bama, Oklahoma, etc. ...
: have been announced Florida's"biggest sports at- Issue is on the scene without money to be elected Next week: We will explain
Iby Lew Price, Director of the tractions, said Price, "andwe and our State Legislators arc even though he might be the what reapportionment
:Miami-Metro Department of expect that this year's voicing their pro's about the best candidate.Our moans; How reapportionment -
Publicity and Tourism. tournament will be bigger plan that now exists because n goal in Florida shouldbe will affect the Negro; (
1 The 27th annual National and "more successful than it insures a beat for them and to elect Negroes to public Why Negroes are victims of
Baseball Players Golf Championship ever. denies a seat to any Negro in office in the future. I would reapportionment In Florida;
will be Feb. 19-22 Defending{ champion is Florida because this is the like for you. to look back at Why the fillibustoring and
jut the City of Miami Country N. Y. Mets' first baseman attitude our lawmakers feel some oftheelectlons and note pussyfooting about reappor-
Club in Miami Springs and Ken Harrelson who won the about the Negro serving in the strategy the candidates tionment in Florida.
[the North-South Golf Tour- colorful event in both 1965 public office. L.BY EARL CARROLL- 1 projected in our community.This \
nament is set for Feb. 812on and 1966. 1 often wonder why can- alone spoils our interests -

[ the same links. The North-South tourna- didates seeking office feel that district representation.If in our candidates, for TO WHOM: IT MAY "
1' Doth tournaments are ment is expected to attract they can represent the Negro you will look closelyat the interest then focuses on
sponsored by the City of some 300 amateursand pro- more effectively, rather than the candidates, you will their candidate. CONCERN
I:Miami. fessionals from throughout let the Negro represent him- note that they are men and After thecandidateiselec'ted -
I "The baseball players ,the country. self. I am quite sure that who Glamour Studios owned
women represent mon- it is difficult for you to see and operated by willi am H. r
[tournament attracts scores of the United Supreme Court of the ey. It is highly difficult for a the elected official or any of Harris (Hill Harris) is in no i
States will not ap- poor mart to win an election his staff. Let us as citizensof way associated with any f
prove the present plan andI in Florida. The people of this state get together once other photographic organization -
IjESCA COOK am urging all citizens of Florida have been conditioned and for all and elect Negroesto in Miami. Any person ."
RETIRESAfter this state to ignore the statements at election time to receiving public office as they a re doing claiming an affiliation with ;i
that county-wide representation money for their services. in Southern States such as Glamour Studios would in

October 31, Mrs. is superior to This, in essence makes it Georgia, Tennessee, Ala- fact be perpetrating! a fraud.

Elizabeth Sutton, cook for f
ten years at the Liberty

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ALBERT. .'. RANGE und Albertha Wynn. Funeral
services are Incomplete at
Collins. Dwight Jr., 15850 James Watson Ryles this time.
NW 17th PI., Opa-locka died Block of 2218 N.W. 4th

I CARDS MEMORIALS -DEATHS Oct. 8, Prompton Plains,New Court died Oct. 20 at Jack He 4 .

Jersey. Services were held s.m Memorial' Hospital. Mrs. Dora M. Horne

Monday from the Liberty City leaves t.. morn his death a and daughter Daphne SImmons

Chapel. Survivors are mother, son, James Watson Ryles of 1336 N.W. 38th

Mrs. Lucille Dwight; two sis- Jr., two daughters, Neila St. died on Oct. 23 at home.

IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAM ters Norman Jean and Annie Mae Ryles and Gertrude Mrs. Home leaves to mourn

I loving memory of our In loving mcmayof: Ruth; five brothers, David, Frazier, and three grandchildren her death a husband Mel-

sad, but loving memory dear mother, grandmother and Charles, William, Randy'nd ., Funeral serviceswere vin, three brothers, Curley

of great-grandmother, Darryl. held on Tuesday Oct. Henry and James Greggs;

24 at BethelA.M. E. Churchof five sisters, Ethel and Bennie
Infant Sophia Burkes,
Hialeah. Joe Simmons Cillle Jack
departed this life Oct. 14460 NW 22nd Ave., Opa-
Janie Shaw and
27, 1955 and our dear sister ,1... locka died Oct. 20. Grave- son Christ-
4 ine Simmons. Also Mr.
and aunt, side services were held Satur- Mrs. Bertha Scott of 560
Joseph Simmons father of
NAOMI JOHNSON BROWN ,day from Evergreen Cemetery. N.W. 12th St., died on Oct.
who departed this life Oct. Survivorsi I are parentsMr. and 20, at Jackson Memorial Daphne Simmons. Funeral
/t4fPt'N 23, 1965. sis- services are Incomplete at
Mrs. Lucious! Burkesone Hospital. She leaves to
May they rest in peace. this time.
ter. mourn her death,a husband

Eloise J. Rolle and Family Charles, and two" children. *

Mrs. Hilda Addison, 1601 Funeral services will held in Mrs. Betty Jane Byrant

NW 1st Ct., died Oct. 18. Ser- Thomasville, Georgia. on of N.W. 61 St., Apt. #29

vices were held Saturday Sunday Oct. 20. died on Oct. 25, at Jackson
from the Greater Bethel AME
IN MEMORIAM Memorial Hospital. She
Church. Survivors are
leaves to her death
d / 11 band Emory; one son, Curtis Samuel Jackson of 925
mother Mrs. Sadie
a ,
Kr Bryant
Knight; mother Mrs. Alice N.W. 5th Place died on Oct.
Knight; two sisters, Mesdames 18 at the Sun Ray 'Convalescence Maxine Ward, sister,
Hobo sister Al-
Eunice Tyse, Llllie Hand- Home. He leaves to Rosemary ,

SAM MOSS ford. mourn his death,a daughter phonso Bryant, brother Le-

spR who departed this life Oct. Birdie Sue. a wife Mamie roy Bryant brother and

3 27, 1963"There Charlie Thompson, 10760 Lou, a sister-in-law Willie Jackie Bryant and two

-' is no death, althoughwe SW 222 st. Goulds died Qct. Mae Berry. Funeral serviceswere sons. Funeral services are

MRS. LEOLA IRENECAMBRIDGE II grieve 18. Services Saturday, 2 p.m. held on Saturday, Oct. incomplete at this time.

When beautiful familiar forms Morning Star Baptist Church, 22, at the Range Funeral *
who passed to the great i i that we have learned to Princeton. Among his survivors Home Chapel.
r4y Mrs. Beatrice Soon of
beyond Oct. 21, 1965. : love are mother, Mrs. Corine
Gone but not forgotten, Are torn' from our embracingarms. Thompson, one bro., David; 2022 N.W. 72 St.. died on
: Oct. 25. She has lived
Asleep in Jesus, blessed a one sister, Ruby and maternal Master Shannon B.
sleep, from which she will May his soul rest in peace grandmother.L. Sparks of 2060 N.W. 3Ave. the Miami area since 1903.
never wake to and the light perpetual shine Mrs. Sears has been an active
weep. < Apt. # 16 passed on Oct. 21
I x upon him. C. Stanley, 6340 NW 19thSt at Jackson Memorial Hospital. member of many civic
z Mrs. Eva Bethel, mother i organizations and social
died ,Oct. 19. Serviceswere
He leaves to his
Mrs. Beatrice Mrs. Olive Rodwell mourn
V. Miles 1 cousin held Thursday from the clubs. She leaves to mourn
Mrs. Marie Y. Richardson 1 Mrs. Martha Store death mother, Mrs. Josephine
aunt her Leo Sears
And Liberty City chapel. survi- Sparks. Funeral services passing a son, ,
sisters Family
vors are one son, mother, a prominent funeral directorin
Eustice A. Bethel were held on Oct. 27 4 p.m.
Mrs. Ola Peterson of Savan- Fort Meyers;another son
at the Range Funeral Home
James Bethel
I nah, Ga., four sisters, four Richard Sears, a daughterand
brothers j- .- ..... IN MEMORIAMIn brothers. Chapel. son-in-law, Mr. & Mrs.
4 nieces 3 *
nephewsIN *
ELDER JAMES D. memory of Nathaniel R.lIe.a daughter
ETHERIDGEwho Nathaniel Hall, 5974 SW Mrs. Jennie Lee Sanders Elaine Sears Meltunand

departed this life Oct. 64th St., S. Miami, died Oct. of 1640 N.W. 1st two grandchildren, Janis

MEMORIAMIn 31, 1958. 24. Services were held thurs- Ave. Apt. #16, passed on Melton, and Leroy Cash.

Missing you, but every ,I'f day from the Coconut Grove Oct. 23, 1966 at Venetian Funeral services will be heldon

memory of a loving day cheerful thoughts are chapel. Survivors are parents, Convalensence Home. She Saturday, Oct. 29 Mt.

wife.-- and-mother-.. sent my way. Your love and ". Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hannah, leaves to mourn her death: Zion Baptist Church. I,

prayers .still live with me one sister, Sonya. a husband, Richard, threes

*ns. Richard Jr., Michael,
daily.Our heart shall rejoice in Mrs. Marguerite Ferrell, and Derrick. A daughter, TEA AT GREATER

him; the Lord will give strengthunto r 1. 4816 NW 21st Ave., died oct. Mrs. Cherry two brothers: BETHEL AME

Yf his people. "Surely, he ( 24. Services Saturday 11 a.m. Daniel and Edgar Fields.
d -
from the Liberty City chapel. You are invited to spend
hath borne and
Nth our griefs
Five Grands, several nieces
Survivors are one sister, Mrs. "An afternoon with the Ladiesin
our sorrows. "
and nephews. Funeral
Allena Johnson, one niece, ser White" sponsored by
Lillian M. Wife vices were held on Saturday, The Senior
Etheridge, Mrs. Margaret Hortense Pat- Missionary Societyof
And DaughterIN terson, one nephew-in-law, Oct. 29, at Mt. Carmel Bap- Greater Bethel AME Church
Leroy Patterson. tist Church. 245 NW 8th St. in the lower

M auditorium, Sunday, Oct. 30,

MEMORIAMIn Willie Berry, 844 NW 70thSt. Mr. Arthur Smith of 3:30: p.m.
died Oct. 24. Arrangements Speaker for the afternoonis
3343 N.W. 48th Terr., died
loving memory of our are incomplete. Mrs. Serena B. Allen of Ft.
I Oct. 24. He leaves to
beloved husband father and
I Lauderdale, Fla. Lady of the
mourn his death four sons:'
grandfather, Year, Mrs. Clora Pearsal.
a. Mrs. Frances L. Johnson, Arthur Jr. Theo
114 Oak Ave., Coconut Grove, and Mrs. Alice Barr, president,
Roosevelt four daughters
died Oct. 25. Survivors are Mrs. Cherrye M. Boyer, program
MRS. HELEN P. LAWRENCETwo parents, four sons, Edward : Flora Milton; Lola Mae chairman; Rev. S. A.
years have passed since Lewis, Nevlean Newberry
that sad day when death took T., Donald Williams, Albert\ Cousin is pastor.
Alfred Johnsen; one daughter,
our mother away. Sad are the
_......."'10_ hearts that mourn our loss, Ellen Johnson, one sister,
that left an emptiness in our Mrs.Norma Ellis; two brothers

MRS. LELIA MYERS hearts that time can never Charles and Edward Johnson,
who died Oct. 25, 1965. heal. Aunts, uncles and other rela- LINCOLN MEMORIAL PARK

Absent from the body, present missed tives and friends. Time and
Sadly by 11 Children -
with the Lord. Blessedare 4 13 place of services will be an-
Grandchildren, 2 Sis-
the dead which die in the ters and a host of other rela- nounced over local news later. 3001 NW 46th STREET NE 4-4197

Lad lie giveth and he taketh tives.

'4 away. His will must be done.I FRANCIS. .

i :shall meet you soon. Happy The Family Miss Helen Bain of 2361 E. JOHNSON, MANAGER OX-1-9199

day when our sins are washed
1 NW 153rd St. in Opa-locka,
away. IN MEMORIAM died Oct. 25, Funeral services

Rev. Frederick Myers I will be held Saturday, Oct.
i 29 in the chapel at 1 p.m.

I I Remains will repose in the
REGINALD PAYNE chapel beginning 1 p.m. Fri-
IN MEMORIAMIn who departed this life, Oct. I day until funeral time Saturday. I
28, 1965, one today. r
year ago
Survivors are father, Jurvis ..
2 0..2 Y +
memory of our darling It e;ems like only yesterday. 2r
a Bain; mother Merelene Bain;
L later and aunt He is gone to stay. But his
i sister, Betty; three brothers
memory still lingers along our .
S ; t Stanley, Reuben and Eric.

way.Mrs. Hurtie Payne, wife =' : Y I Mrs. Caroline Moss of

rt Children and GrandchildrenIN > 458 NW 6th St. died Oct. 25.

U, Mrs. Moss was the grandmother ..
of the deceased Helen f 'r t
Bain. Funeral services will WE'RE ONLY

MEMORIAMIn :.t be held Saturday, Oct. 29 in A PHONE CALL AWAY

loving memory of our the chapel. Remains will re-

f IA 't dear mother and sister, .biHJfT)e x r ;:. v t. t C I; pose in the chapel until fune- To know that vve are here
ral time Saturday. Survivors
who passed to her eternal are one daughter,Mrs. Merlene .;Mfu twenty-four hours a day
Bain, two sons, Ronald and
home Oct. 28, 1962. May she a to help you =-
t William 10 grandchildren.
rest in peace.

Mrs. Edna E. Johnson, I .-' l"<\- with funeral facilities
daughter : 'c.2 can be
Mrs Roena Livingston, who slipped away from us into REGISTER NOW comforting.

.-...- -sister eternal Sadly rest missed October by 27, 1962. LITTLE 'FOLK PLAY : (( c.--v

K. LEWIS The Family and Friends SCHOOL ij

this life Oct., "My Father in Heaven, help/
CARD OF THANKSThe 3290 NW 45 STREET P me never to forget Thy love

thy silent slumber, WMBM Miami, Florida it looks '
daughter of the late up to me ;in the
the so low; 1490 On Your Dial
Nursery & KindergartenLicensed beauty of the flower ."
wilt join our ARLINGTON .GRANT '
by Henry Jowett
wishes to express her sincere PRESENTS
our songs shall gratitude to friends and Florida State Welfare Oscar L. Range

L to all who shared >with her PROGRESS REPORT Call: .

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 18, 1966 13


Warning' From Dr. King the Beach POMPANO request officials BEACH,of charges Pompano- At

against 10 Negroes accusedof J Sy y.

NTA, Dr. Martin flies are forced to toil for noting during racial dis- ._ -,
| King Jr. last Thurs- menial wages. turbances here last June

I more than 400 white Dr. King reminded his prof have been dropped. v'
|from Atlanta's busier Of the 28 persons original
minded listeners that it is G Grr Gt
who have ly charged in the distur-
Id men in their interest both
own economically
and control bances, only one case still
and morally, to
is pending
I American Negro des- make an all-out attack on the
needs money, too. problem. He referred to the

Southern Christianhip enormous potential market have been deprived for so
t>res- for sales and profits in the of good educa-
arned that Americans many years
Negro community. But before tion and training,or because
leaders must'helpis
business can earn much economic hardship has
need. lie called for from that market,he observed
caused their health to deter- .
use their great pow- the people must have iorate.In '

J I influence to obtain aII more money to spend. the long run, Dr. King i

a guaranteeofatleast in Income for How much money? Withtoday's said, the guaranteed income
year rising prices, es- could save the nation money, -
|oor pecially for essentials like If it is combined with ade-
;ing into a sea downtel of food and housing,every family quate minimum wages,Intensive -
at a packed -
banquet ,Dr. needs at least $4,000 per job training, superior
vealed "two differents" year, and larger families re- education, and massive
quired more than that to havea spending for public improve-
to his well-fed, ing downtown stores and of-
barely decent standard of ments. For people with money
based, prosperous au- fices less than one mile from
living, Dr. King said. and decent jobs do not
told members and Negro. King and his wife, Even $4,000 is a low level commit costly crimes or Barbara Davis of Miami, one of two Golden Girls
) .
compared to the median In- drain away tax funds. They
with the
of the Atlanta Juniorer Mrs. Coretta Scott King, marching 83 piece Bethune-Cookman College
> of Commerce that'in were given a warm receptionby families come of $6,569 for all U.S. become. law-abiding taxpayers. Band is shown performing during half time activities
1964. '
one America. But there at the Benedict Bethune-Cookman football
ve the,Jaycees.In -- game Satur-
still are well over 10 million If this nation can spend
erica is invested with turn, the Civil Rights families receiving less than $24 billion a year to fight a day night in Daytona Beach, Fla.
It is
ring beauty. an champion gave them a grim $4,000 each year.Guaranteed war in far-off Vietnam, he
flowing with the portrayal of life their
among declared, "we can spend billions -
f prosperity and thef Negro brothers, and a les- Income to put God's children

opportunity." son in business andeconom- Dr. King explained that on their feet right here in VOTEFor
nother Americat ics. the GovernmentguaranteedIncome America."

there is another A- "Great Depression of 1966" would not mean that Many businessmen in the
,n Dr. King said. He pointed out that, despite each be poor family would haveto audience wanted to know MAN
I other America has a the biggest economic paid $4,000. Actually, "when civil rights groups will The Who Will
most of them already do have
about it that start stimulating their peopleto
boom of all time, Negroes
workers who
bring home "
for endless despair. every day live in a "Great help themselves.
some income. What
erica is Inhabited by Depression." guar- Dr. King answeredfhrnly: ALL Offhe
annual incomewoulddo Represent
eated, the bruised, the "Of course, we already are
If all Americans had the he
said, would be to
supplement this. But this alonewon't
I and the scared. It is same low standard of livingas doing
erica inhabited by mil- Negroes in 1966, he said, present wages solve the problem. It is ALL
enough to increase the
[ of people who are the entire nation would be to the minimum neces-earnings a cruel gesture to tell a man People Of FLORIDA
-stricken aliens in ant plunged into another Great level. to pull himself up by his

[ society. Depression. sary Those persons who can boots.bootstraps" when he has 'no Of The Time
Joblessness among Negroes not work at all should have
\found this other A- he noted,is more than the guaranteed income as a
right in their midst. twice the rate for whites, and replacement for today's de- TELL OURADVERTISERS HIGHFOR

,ite lunch served by Ne- although the vast majorityof grading and complex welfare
iters; they met in a hopt Negroes are hard-working
systems, he said.
Immaculate by Negro job holders,millions of black simply are not employ-people YOU SAW IT IN THE GOVENOR

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14 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 28, 1966 ser J

laReyourprobJe.ms. : to Chute ,

mtlli'ons"leuVQ" :them: ,there!


r J Annual Woman's Day Observance At New Hope ,

America Contest. Be sure to
Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor
I Mary L. Mayfield, reporter 1tt attend. A wonderful program I
V" has been planned for your en-

Sunday, Oct. 30 I is Women' s i joyment at 8 p.m. i

Day at New Hope. we will be 1
looking for all of our friendsto Saturday, Oct. 29, A pie TEMPLEThe
'the home of Sis.
ale at
FRI ENDSHI come and join with us in "Trip Around the
Eloise Owens, 535 NW 53rd
wonderful S
this program. World" which rained
Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor was out
\ .. last Friday night has been re
Sis. Ruby Carr, reporterOur I"
.. scheduled for this Friday,
woman's Day chairman \. ." '. those who bought tickets are
Sis. Oussie Wright and co- II ..... 441 urged to be on time Bus

chairman, Sis. Nettle Bouie, .. ,}'."':' I. J leaves the church promptly at

program committee, the pastor : .. .....;, 7:30.The
.-" and members wish to thankour Templeites' choir will

friends for their support motor to west Palm Beach

in helping to make our Wo ""
man's Day a success. 'Special vice at Ebenezer Baptist
thanks to both of our i Church where the Ministersand

dynamic speakers, Mrs. W" K. Deacons' Union of Atlan-

Smith and Mrs.Essie B. John- MRS. ALBERTHA KNIGHT MRS. L. M. PENNINGTON. tic Coast Baptist Association -

son. They were wonderful. l CoChairmanthis Morning Speaker is in session this week-

Special thanks to our visiting program. ,sident of the Missionary Society end. Bus will\ leave the churchat

ushers from Jordan Grove and :" :.. Our morning speaker will first vice president of 8:45.It: .

Greater New Bethel, Opa- \. "' ..' ... be Mrs. Leenette M. Pennington. the Seaboard Association and was good to see Mrs.
locka. special thanks to Mt. ,V. Mrs. Pennington is a Dean of the Women's Depart- Oeo. Sawyer in church Sunday

Camel Choir and to our' own \... I, ,,. member of Hurst Chapel AME ment of the Seaboard Association. morning She had not been

Junior choir for getting ready Church of Perrine. She is a able to attend for several

to render service upon a short MRS. WILLIE MAE DEN SON, graduate of Morgan State Mrs. Emma Clemmon years because illness. Good

notice. With Sis. Ruth Scott, College, Baltimore Md., where ACTIVITIES: also to have Deacon Prince

as their pianist, they really ChairmanOur she received her B.S. degreein Tuesday, Oct. 25, There St. Phone: 757-6719, spon- Hepburn back in service. He

did sing. The choirs did a chairman, co-chairman, psychology. She has done will be a mass joint rehearsalof sored by Ushers' Board No. 2. suffered from a recent freak

splendid job. program committee and all of social work with the Florida all choir members and Saturday, Oct. 29, Dinners 'accident which injured his

'l: Our pastor will preach the ladies have worked very State Welfare Department. She ushers. Please be present and will be sold from the church, left leg.

Friday, Oct. 28, at 9 p.m., in hard to make this Women's is presently employed as a on time at 8 PJIJ.Wednesday 6600 NW 15th Ave. Sis. war- All the loyal and faithful

the Ministers and Deacons'Union Day the best ever, and we arc teacher in the Dade County Oct. 26, Rev.F. dine White and Sis. Rossie members are going all out to
covening Gethsemane confident that it will be. The Dean are sponsors phone :
system. L. Carter, pastor of Be- make woman's Day, Nov. 13,
Baptist Church in West Holly- chairman I and co-chairman Our evening speaker will\ thany Baptist Church will con 696-7745. a day to be remembered.

( wood. Rev. I. S. Clarke is would like to thank all of the be Mrs. Emma Clemmons, a duct services at 8 P.m. Sis- Saturday, Oct. 29, a partyat Chairman E. A. Lord, and

pastor. Both choirs and all !ladies for all of the efforts member of New Providence ter Lorraine Fuller sponsor. the home of Sister Mary Co-chairman V. Taylor, with
senior ushers and membersare that they have put forth fa Davis, 1309 NW 63rd'Terrace.
Baptist Church. She is pre- Thursday, Oct. 27, Miss their captains and co-workers,
asked to be present. Thechurch's Time is 8 p.m.CHURCH.
.. expect everyone-young and
International Bus
old-to pitch: in and help to
will leave the church at 7:30: ST. PAUL AME pull for the shore. The
p.m. Come to the church and GRACE UNITEDPRESBYTERIAN OF THE j men

let us go via the church's bus. Rev. T. C. Kelley Jr., pastor INCARNATION j have hind."pledged not to be left be-

Our prayers for all of our Mary Rawls, reporterOur
Father Tyrrell Dear, Vicar Thanks to Dr. I. Q. Pratt
sick and shut-ins. Our deepest Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor for the gift of a fine of
t supply
1 sympathy to Dec. Isaac Juniors were at their The Social Savings Club, j Bibles.
were dedicated
Etheridge in the loss of his best last Sunday. Our assistant Congratulations to the Mrs. Naim, president, wor- ,during

uncle in Alabama.We pastor, Rev. Allen\\ Tanner, Board of Ushers, Mr. Charles shipped with us last Sunday.We morning worship Sunday.

are elated over our delivered a wonderful mes- Smith, chairman and Mrs. were pleased to have them.

many visitors. Come to church sage.Why Hannah Williams, co-chairman, Tuesday, Nov. 1st is All NEW MT. MORIAH
Have your faith lifted. not plan to attend the for the outstanding Pre-Anni- Saints Day. Solemn Mass will

Spiritual Tea, Friday night versary Tea of last Sunday be held at 7:00: p.m. Those Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor

Oct. 28 at the home of MissD. afternoon. Thanks to all who wishing to remember their de- Sis. Evelyn Souter, reporterOur

M. Hagins, given by Club participated in the program,. parted ones in prayer will\
MT. SINAI'S WOMEN No. 28. This is to benefit "' and helped to make it a suc will\ please write their nameson General Conference

RAISE $3,807.76Congratulations Women's Day.Don't ..... cess. We have had two won- the blue cards at the en- will be Thursday, Nov. 3rd

forget topurchase a derful anniversary. occa- trance to the church and return at 8 p.m. We are asking all
Mrs. Ora D. Taylor members to please be
to our beautiful hand-made throw now sions; the first one by Zone o them to the office not later present.
Rev. Mrs. Ora D. Taylor The pastor, men of the
pillow from Mrs. Willie Jerryor 2, sponsored by Mrs. Ursula than Friday.
chairman, Mrs. Fannie T.
l local church woman and busi- church and members want to
Williams and our co-chairman, Johnnie a beautiful apron from Mrs. ness head has been selectedas Higgs and Mrs. Doris Leverfty. We need two or three more thank Rev. S. Atchinson and

Mrs. Theresa Haze, for a job o King. Woman's Day speaker for These two teas have been Sunday school teachers.If you Antioch Male Chorus, Rev.K. .
There will
well done. a tea givenat highlight occasions of the are willingto\ serve, give your
the St. James Baptist Church, E. Rogers, his male Chorus -
home of
Lorenza name to the superintendent or
They would like to extend
Coconut Grove located on Hi- and all who attended and
year.As ,
their sincere appreciation to Mungin, 819 NW 49th st., we look forward to our leave it in the office.A .
the various committees, mem- Sunday, Oct. 30 from 4 to 6 biscus Ave. Friends of the 18th Church Anniversary, du pre-Halloween party for participated on the programs,

bers and friends for their p.m.You are cordially\ invited. speaker and the church are ring the first week of November the children will\ be given during Men's Day. A bouquetto
asked to attend our women's each of you. Truly, we hada
Benefit'of Women's Day. starting November 6 Saturday afternoon on the
devoted efforts to make the ,
Day services at eleven good time in thename of the
The laymen are looking a.m. invite all members and friendsto church grounds. Time: 2:30-
day a success. May O>d bless
forward Oct. 30 to enjoy a message Lord. Dec. J. Carson raised
to having as man y take in the'celebrations
you all as individuals and as members from a Christian worker anda part 4:30.May: the highest amount among th e
possible to make
being planned.Our we remind that
a you
group.A 1 in Total raised
leading woman Americanlife. captains. amount :
rising vote from all is the trip to Key west with them Rev. J. W. Watson is sermon this Sunday will 1 the church's year, as well $1,130.

7, due to the Young women's Sunday, Oct. 30. be from the 8th Chapter of as the Calendar year, is
pastor, Mrs. Clora is
Watson Joint rehearsal for Choir
League for raising the highest The Auxiliary Board will Deuteronomy, with an empha drawing near the end; please
chairman, Mrs. Celeste No. 1 and 2 Nov. 1 at 8
amount of $570, Missionary celebrate their 4th anniversary sis on the 2nd verse, which do not forget to check up on p.m.
Society $500 and the Ushers' Sunday, Oct. 30, 3-5 p.m. at Knowles is co-chairman and points out that we are to remember your church dues and endea- We are still\ asking for your

Board $446. Congratulations) the church, Presiding Elder Mrs. Violet Lindsay is repor all the things that God I vor to meet all obligationsdue prayers for our pastor, sick,
ter. shut-ins bereaved families and
Our speaker for the morn- P. A. Allen\ will deliver the has done. The congregation the church if it is at all those in, the armed services.

message. will\ be asked to remain for a possible to do so. "
ing, Mrs. I. C. Mickins
was Visitors always welcome.
dynamic! From the theme, Remember our sick and shut- brief meeting after the service Sunday Oct. 30th is United

"Launch Out Into the Deep," ins and say a special prayer ST. JAMES AME At 4:30 p.m. Sunday, there Fund Sunday.

she brought out points that for them. will be a training meeting, in Sunday, November 6th is

every parent should have Remember to save your old Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pastor preparation for our annual 1 our Annual States Tea Day. ST. MATTHEWSThe

heard. newspaper and telephone Bert Cooper, reporter every member canvass. Elder

We are saddened by the books for the Junior Choir'snew The October-Ites are Horace Martin will\ conductthe cordial women invitation wish to to extenda the

robes. coming 'round the bend.' And meeting.
sudden death of our beloved BETHLEHEMRev. members and friends of St.
associate pastor, Rev. John the November-ltes are ready At 7:30 Sunday, The Senior Matthews Baptist Church to

Polite. to take the reins. High Fellowship, led by Mrs. Oscar West, pastor attend their annual woman'sDay

NEW The Ites of October have Katherine Chalmondeley Gloria Howard reporter
Remerber. to visit and pray COVENANT Tea, to be held at the
r for the sick and shut-ins. PRESBYTERIANThe been plugging away hard will present a special program, The members and friendswish home of Mrs. Sadie Johnson,
during this month and have "Youth Around the World."
Rev. S. A. Thomas is pas New to extend congratulations 1441 NW 68th St. The featured
Covenant Pres- been constantly on the go.It The Senior Highs are also having
tor and Patricia i is to the Junior Choirs and speaker will be Mr. C.
Murphy Lester
... byterian Church will be offi- is
hoped that their labor will a car wash on Fridayevening
their directors for a job well 1
reporter. Albert, owner and director of
cially organized at a special be fruitful. and Saturday.
done on their seventh anniversary the House of Albert. Bring the
service Sunday at 4 at the
p.m. As
the church, 1221 NW 43rd St. Choir No. 2 really did the saying" goes: "The Also the crowning 0 f family along at .3 p.m. this
more merrier. Let
The Rev. George Clementson themselves proud last Sunday, soon! us see Little Miss Bethlehem. Little Sunday, Oct. 30, for a delightful -

MT. ZIONRev. pastor of Westminster when they put on an anniversary you Jacquelyn Speight was crown afternoon with the women

program that was "some- ed she is the daughter of Mr. of St.Matthews. we shall look

Edward Graham, pastorC. head Presbyterian a Commission Church,of will the thing else." The program was and Mrs. Alton Speight, 1910! forward to seeing you there.
Smith, reporter Presbytery of the Everglades "something else. The pro- ST. MARY'S NW 52nd St. Rev. N. F. Clark is pastor

The Business and Professional appointed to conduct the gram was dedicated to Mr. Let us not forget to pray and Mrs. C. Ferguson is
organizational -
women held their regular service. Cleveland Jackson, a 41- Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor for our sick and shut-ins. chairman of Women's Day.
l year veteran of the church.
Dorothy Major, reporter
meeting Oct. 18 at the The event marks the culmination -
Mr. has served for
home of the president. It was of two years of Jackson Sunday will be visitors GREATER ISRAEL
40 years as a steward of the DRAKE MEMORIALRev.
gratifying to see so many mem- prayer, study, work and wor- church and is now an honor day. All members are askedto BETHEL

bers present, also several ship. Beginning with a seriesof ary steward. To all he is an bring a guest with Them Jarius W. Dunn, Pastor

new members.We study groups invovling inspiration. Mrs. Mary Jen At 3:30, 'Ways and Mean's Rev. P. W. Brantley, pastor Mrs. N, T. Green, reporter
were also honored by people in the community with will sponsor a program at the
mother of the church
having our beloved pastor churchmen concerned that church. Members and friends The pastor, officers and All members and friends of
was also honored for her
with us and Mr. Paul Ras-, Christian witness be main- faithful and please come out and enjoy an members will\ celebrate their Drake Memorial Baptist
untiring service
mussen, who told the group tained here, there developedthe and personable disposition. afternoon. good talent and annual Family Day, this Sun Church are invited to be pre-
day. We are inviting you to sent to welcome
the Apple Festival refreshments.Our our guests
concept of a church for all
Congratulations Choir No. 2
come and worship with us and on Sunday morning. The Alpha
sponsored by the Optimist church's Anniversary
peoples. on your anniversary. help to make this special daya Chi Phi Omega Sorority will
Banquet will be held at the
Club of Dade County, aH The congregation now
success. The morning ser- worship with Our
many other organizations.At numbers approximately 80 There are still seats avail- church hall Nov. 11 at 8 p.m., mon will be delivered by the Women's Day will us.be observed first
the close of the meet- able the tickets can be obtained from
persons. The Rev. Dale Rat- on special bus to the
and hostess AME members of the church. pastor. On Sunday night, a on Sunday, November 13,
president Jiff Laymen
ing our will serve as moderator of a Convention in very soul stirring musical hat members please
i don't
Mrs. Margaree Johnson was the session of the newly-or- Key West Sunday. Call Willie The Sunday School ask the been for make forget
planned to
thanked for a.most,delightful ganized-church until a pastor Smith 691-3843 or Mrs. ,Sadie .support of all member in their ment. your enjoy captain before your report November to your

evening by Mrs. Oussie Dobbs. is called. Dean 691-4212. drive. 13.

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Jomanls THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday.
October 28.. 1966 15
NEW a Sip and' Fashion Show presented -
Opa-locka Branch by Patricia's Dress
Mt. Hermon AME Church in Opa-locka, who has many Rev,A. II. Essix, pastor Rev. Milton Fayson, pastor: NAACP invites you to attendwe
jpa-locka is ready for SunJay fine qualities as wen as bein( Annie Whipple, reporter sented by Patricia's Dress

when there will be a great a devoted church worker.! We wish to express our The Lord was good to us Shop, Sunday, Oct. 30 from ,...
celebration, Mrs. Cora BroWnthe "With these two fine ladies,heartfelt thanks to all who Sunday, which was our wo did not quite reach our goal.I 4 to 6 p.m. at the home of
elected chairman, and Mrs. we feel sure that our day will I i took part in our pastor's men's Day. The ladies were Thanks to all of our friends Mr. and Mrs. George M. Brunt,
I Augusta Rutherford, the cochairman be a great spiritual feast," fourth anniversary we thank very beautiful and our program who helped to make our special 2555 NW 159th Street.
I have raised the said the chairman and COo, the various churches, their throughout the day was day a success.Thank God Guest models will be MIs-
I standard a little above the chairman.In ministers and congregations gifted with the Holy spirit for women. ses, Alice Francis, Ruby Cur-
I ordinary. the afternoon at 3, the,I for participating on our program and wonderful talent. Our financial We still say if you want to ry, Hazel Cunningham and
The program committee Rev. Milton Fayson and his report was Rood but work, come to busy Mt. Zion. Rubye Lazier.Here's .

I has corralled for its mornGREATER -. congregation "of Mt. Zion t Sunday was the highlight .
>f the week. Rev. D. Cook de

S livered an inspirational message -

Sunday morning. At 3 Where You Can Buy
P.m. Rev. C. H. Smith came
1 ; before us with the anniversary
rwJI /HMiami
sermon He delivered a soul-
stirring message.

first I know our pastor and his -- -- -'iii.: ;=: .: .:: -i-i:""
lady felt mighty proud
when the gifts of tokens of LIBERTY CITY LIBERTY CITY DOWNTOWN MIAMICarrie's

love were presented to them

and the finance of the week Griffin's Grocery Horn's Grocery t'.'
in which everyone partook 0 6572 NW 15th Avenue 7511 NW 22nd Avenue Market
:' beautifully. 155 NW 17th Street.

Again, we say thank you- Kenneth Grocery Thelma's Grocery Owen'
all who helped to make this 6410 NW 15th Avenue 311 NW s Grocery 17th StreetArch'
program a success. To our
pastor and his wife Cooper's Grocery Community Drugs
.l we say 6750 NW 15th Avenue Grocery
"jI continue in courage and truth, 6312 NW 15th AvenueWalker' 1700 NW 4th CourtCulmer's

FC keep the faith, and may God Little Super Market
... ever bless you and keep you. Grocery Grocery
( 6290 NW 15th Avenue 5845.N W 17th Avenu 533 NW 17th Street
DALE 54th Str..t Drug
Grocery Symonette Sundries
1201 NW 54th Street
RICHMOND HEI GUTS 2001 NW 62nd Street 1717 NW 5th Court

Rev. B. L. Turner, pastor Joys rugs'
F Rutha M. Harrington, reporterWe 18th Avenue Grocery 1521 NW 54th Street Hudden c Grocery
Nd 6307 NW 18th Avenue 416 NW 6th street
rejoiced in the Lord as
i we began our day with the Newton'i Grocery U-TOTE-M No. 225 People's Drug
.. baptism of eight souls. Pastor 6320 NW 18th Avenue 695 NW 46th Street 402 NW 8th StreetBarkeM'

d Turner brought an inspiring Johnson's Grocery
No. 1
nessage in our morning worship 6400 NW 18th AvenueSmith' BROWNSVILLETracy's 600 NW 2nd Avenue *.
ine women of our WMU I Grocery 5008 NW 32nd Avenue F.L.T. Shoe Shop
assembled at 3 p.m. for our 6704 NW 18th Avenue 716 NW 2nd Avenue

program. Our topic was: "The Pork' Grocery
Search for God Among Language Liberty Grocery 4701 NW 32nd AvenueJoe' Alex Sundries
Groups." This panel, 6800 WW. 18th Avenue 715H) NW 2nd Avenue

discussion was led by Mrs. William's Grocery Market
4659 NW 32nd Avenue Stone' Drugs
B. L. Turner. All of theladie 7017 NW 18th AvenueBooker's 900 NW 2nd Avenue

did a beautiful job as they Joe's Market
told the audience how to find Grocery 3171 NW 46th Street Borkett'i No. 2
God in large cities such as 7000 NW 15th Avenue 708 NW 2nd Avenue

Miami, Detroit, Pittsburg and Joe's Grocery Willie & Clara Grocery
GIN WRIGHT., MRS. F. PIERCE Atlanta. Our testimonial 6981 NW 15th AvenueJoe's 2352 NW 46th Street
vices held COCONUT GROVEDew
ing speaker the dynamics. personality Church will render service. were during ser-I Joe's Market .
evening worship. We had
known to us as Miss This also promises to be a Grocery 2390 NW 46th Street Drop Inn
opportunity to thank God 916 NW 69th Street
3727 Grand Avenue
Sylvia Ginwright, who is a great time. An old fashion his
speech therapist in the Dade spread will follow this ser richest blessings that we U-tote-M John' Shoe Parlor
!lave enjoyed in life. 46th Grand Drugs
2779 NW StreetRoosevelt'
County school system. She is vice.An 62nd st. & 11th Avenue 3640 Grand Avenue
known for her eloquence.The invitation is extendedto
evening} speaker is all our friends and well- MT. CARMELRev. Shell's News 2796 NW 46th* Street Tropical Drug
equally an outstanding per- wishers to 'come over into D. A. Bradley, pastor 7th Avenue & 58th Street 3206 Grand Avenue

sonality. She is Mrs., Francis Opa-locka and help us. Louise McGriff, reporterWe' 54th Street Grocery Johnnie' Grocery
Pierce, an instructor at North Please start with us in the 2994 NW 46th Street OPALOCKAOpalocks
Dade Junior Hih School of Sunday School.SALTER'S. had a wonderful time,
Sunday morning. Rev. Richard King's Grocery Brownsville Drugs Shoe Shine
ardson preached out of his 5820 NW 12th Avenue 4634 NW 27th Avenue 2196 All Baba
soul and the Male Chorus sang
NEWMACEDONIA CHAPELRev. out their praises unto the Jackson's Grocery Fair Check4330NW27th Stahl's General Store

H. J. Benson, pastor Lord.The 5830 NW 12th Avenue Avenue 2152 All BabaMiller'

Betty A. Morant, reporter evening message was Splc 8. Span
Willie J. Beard, reporterRev. delivered by Rev. Foster of 12th Avenue Grocery Sundries
4801 N W 27th Avenue
The morning Woman's Day 22nd Avenue & 152nd ,St.
Roscoe Jackson, pastor Brownsville Baptist cj urch.
service was spectacular! Mrs. The No. 1 Choir thank each Joe' Grocery Neol' Grocery 7.11 Market
Services on last Sundaywere Louise Scott our featured and who 4225 NW 27th Avenue '
everyone helped to 1208 NW 62nd Street 22nd Ave. & 157th St.
very high and holy. The soloist sang with a divinely make their anniversary a great
pastor wishes to thank each gifted voice. Mrs. Sylvia Por- success. Seymour's Grocery B&B Grocery Magnolia Sundries
and everyone who supportedhim tier spoke from the thane Also the No. 1 Ushers' 13th Avenue & 62nd Stree t 2351 NW 41 ht Street 14570 NW 22nd Avenu.M.I.ln .

in the closing out of Rev. "Woman's Christianity As-' Board wish to thank the ones Ben's Grocery
Paul Freeman's Anniversaryof cession on the stage of the J & J Drugs Monroe
who helped them to make their 62nd Str..tSampson's 4611 NW 22nd Avenue NW 19th Avenue
Zion Hope M. B. Church. world. Subtopic "No Add anniversary a success. You 15720

Agenda of activities mission Charge." are invited to attend our contest Grocery Lilly Dilly Store ayls Grocery C
programs for the rest ot tnt Our evening speaker, Evangelist between the men and the 1466 NW 62nd Street 4761 NW 22nd Avenue
month: Velvet Reddick's subject women the second Sunday in
Thursday night, Oct. 27, was "Faith and Common November. Joe's Friendly Market Joe's Market Mrs. Johnson
5800 NW 17th Avenue 4999 NW 22nd Avenue NW 18th Avenue
a musical program. Sponsor: Sense. The services were Remember the sick and 15921

Junior Church. splendid-financially and shut-ins and those who have Economy Drugs Joe's Farm Market Armon BaptisteRICHMOND
Friday night, Oct. 28 spiritually. we would like to lost their loved ones. 5720 NW 17th Avenue 5100 NW 22nd Avenue

Ushers' Board No. 2 will be- thanks all of our visitors and I _______
gin celebrating their 4th anniversary speakers for the role they Eddie' Grocery McCordy' s Grocery HEIGHTS
with a program. played in the Woman's Day FIRST BAPTIST OFBROWNSVILLE 5598 NW 17th Avenue 950 NW 36th Street

Saturday night, Oct. 29, program. Our thanks alsoto
\ sale party at the home of Mrs.Gunner for her patienceand Rollins 5520 NW Grocery 17th AvenueShirley' DOWNTOWN MIAMI Richmond 14638 Lincoln Heights Blvd.Drugs
3ro. & Sister Perry white, for such a wonderful program
Sunday night. Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor Joe' Market
796 NW 52nd st. Sponsor: Grocery 2194 NW 5th Avenue
Mrs. Donella Turner, reporter
all for
Let us our
Choir No. 2 for Men's Day. pray 5500 NW 17th Avenue PERRINE ,
Sunday at 3 p.m.,. Ushers' sick and shut-ins. Sunday, Oct. 30, the Rev.W. R&L Market
Board No. 2 will conclude spiritually. We would like to M. Davis will deliver the Curley's Market 253 NW 22nd $tr.etStanley's
their 4th anniversary. Rev.W. thank all of our visitors and sermon for the Ushers' Boardof 5311 NW 17th Avenue Mrs. Susie Williams

M. Davis, pastor of First speakers for the role they New Macedonia Baptistt Palm Pork Grocery Market 17516 Duvol Avenue
1900 NW 4th Court
Baptist Church at 3 The members
Church, Brownsville, p.m. 1398 NW 54th Street
will be the speaker. will also accompany the pas- Porwlck

Come out and support all MT. CALVARY tor, with the Male Chorus rendering Grocery Basket 400 NW 19th Street GOULDS
of these affairs. CELEBRATES the song service. 2407 NW 54th street
The entire membership Lenny's Drug
MEN'S DAY would like Jimmle'i Roble George Jr.
to thank Sis. Sims 1700 NW 3rd Avenu.Nick's
2488 NW 64th stre.tMac's 21620 SW 112th'AvenueNEW
ZION HOPERev. Sunday, October 30, the I for .a very fine speech to the Sundries
'Deacons and Deaconesses on
Paul Freeman Pastor annual observance of Men'sDay Grocery
1522 NW 3rd AvenueH
Elizabeth Jackson, reporter will be held, beginningat I their anniversary Sunday after- 3013 NW 62nd Street LIBERTY CITY
9:30 a.m. with Sunday I: & H Market
Services were spiritually followed by morning 6:30 evening service Convenient Grocery 3rd AvenueService
School 1435 NW Minlt
high all AndrewJackson 5804 NW 22nd Avenue
day.The Rev. is will be cancelled. You always
service at 11 a.m., B.T.U. 1 are 20790 NW 32nd Avenue
preached out of his scheduled for 5:30 p.m. and welcome to worship with : Clinic Drugs

soul Sunday morning. The will be succeeded ,by evening us anytime our doors are open. 7501 NW. 22nd'Avenue 1240 NY Drugs 3rd Avenue Liberty Garden Market
Rev. R. Jackson ended the service at 7 p.m. 21135 NW 37th Avenue

pastor's anniversary on Sun- Rev. J. Stepherson of Midway Grocery Borkley' Drugs
day afternoon.The of, 8201 NW 17th Avenue
Antioch Baptist : 1201 N W 3rd Avenue
pastor Is asking the Brownsville will bring the MIAMI TIMES Sunny South NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Economy Drugs
No. 1 choir and Ushers' Boardto morning sermon. Rev. W. M. r ..AI_ 7919 NW 17th Avenue 1101 NW3rdAvenu.
go with him on Friday nightto Davis, pastor of First Baptist' ADS Celeste Dixon
Fort Lauderdale.. Church will 'deliver, the even- Morris Grocery Eddie' Drugs 1566 NE 154th Terrace
All members are asked to ing sermon. Many other well- .- 7404 NW 12th Avenue 801 NW 3rd Avenue
Please attend the weekly known and talented men will
meetings also participate in the Men's BRING Smith's Grocery Jackson's Grocery
1247 NW.74th Street '
We are extending a warm Day celebration.You 423 NW 22nd StreetSouthern
welcome to all 'our wonderful are ,welcome to come 0car, Gunn
.h &
Co 215
RESULTS Kerry: Grocery Julia Streetc
visiting friends.We are asking and bring a friend.
6600 NW 22nd Avenue
1701 NW 1st Place
is ..,
everyone to pray for the sick, Rev. Samuel Atchison. .
and shut-ins. pastor.

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16' THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 28, 1966 ,
Baptist Women Prepare For

faculty of Phyllis i, .. .
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Wheatley started the school .t..T..I_ ;... .....
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j A splash party was held at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. D.
members of the cil is happy to have as one Moore on October 8.
Baptist Women's Councilare of its members Mrs. Queenie A program was presentedto
requested to be presentat Evans of First Baptist all fourth, fifth and six
St. John Baptist Churchon Church, Brownsville. She is graders on Oct. 18 by the
Friday evening promptlyat active in the programs of University of Miami Percussion :
7:30.: Business of im her church and is a great Band. AH of the children -
portance. All members of the recruiting agent. enjoyed the program very
area are urged to come and Send a get-well card to much
pay up. Tickets will begivenour Mrs. Annie Mae John$oA The first graders are realty
for the Foreign Mission treasurer, who U ill at her starting the school: year
Banquet. Advertisementfrom home. We wish her a speedy off with a real "bang.** On

businessmen and recovery. Oct 28, the pupils in Mrs. ;: ..4
friends will beontheagenda.Special Tucker and Mrs. Taylor's
classrooms are presenting at
guest will be Lucy CHRIST EPISCOPAL assembly program. This program
Calloway who served as will consist of a skit,
treasurer of the District Rev Theodore Gibson, Rector Halloween songs, and poems
Baptist Convention Inc.,for Antoinette Silva, ReporterOn the children learned. AH first
I> many years. As a missionary Sunday, Oct. 30 at 4 grade classes will make a
woman she has served p.m. the Episcopal Churchwomen presentation on the program
with distinction. Mrs. Rosa- will present its' An- A special thank you. goes to
lie Sharpe, a young woman nual All States Tea.The Rev. the first grade Plat teacher, "The Challenges to the Liberal Arts College In the Next Decade" waS the
active in Zion Hope Baptist Joseph Coleman will be the Miss Gainey. topic of a symposium at Bethune-Cookman College this week as a prelude tot he
Church has made plans to guest speaker. The new ad- The boys and girls in Mrs. dedication of three new buildings and the conferral of honorary degrees in a programat
have the group photo dition of our Parish Hall will Cohn's second grade class, 10 a.m.

graphed.All be dedicated: also after the have been using our local The three new additions to the campus, built at a cost of about $2 million, are
ladles from the various All States Tea. Bishop
Henry of
newspaper as a source the 0. Gross Science Hall and the Charles Parlin Student
John C. Union
Baptist Churches of the city I. Louttlt will be the dedicator. classroom: activity. Some of Building
(shown above) almost ready for and The DeWitt C. LeFevre Men's Re-
and county are extended a The public fa invited to the pupils have made' their occupancy
cordial welcome. The Coun- be with us. own books-using pictures: sidence Hall, already in use.
from the newspaper and, Panelists for the discussion were Dr. Stephen J. Wright, New York City, pre-
and written original sentencesand sident of the United Negro College Fund, Inc., and Dr. Thomas R. McConnell, who
stories about these pic- resigned in July as chairman of the Center for the Study of Higher Education of
California at Berkeley.
The Most' Treasured tures.Phyllis Wheatley Elemen-
tary School was invited Fri- 'ROler. andMr. Joseph Bainin i

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Spearing with........ Jrs -IT enn. State Stuns Inept. Rattlers 29-0 I

'l'ALLAiiASSlThe game as the "toughest the knew his Rattlers would the touchdown. "--
s Rattlers of Florida A & M Rattlers will have all set-; have to "strike, strike, and Quarterback Dickey hit
just couldn't get started Saturday son." lie was right. strike again." Smith with his second touch-
afternoon as they The Tigers were on a 17- down and Mc Neese
w dropped a 29-0 contest to the game winning streak and Dickey ruined A & M's kicked pass a 25-yard field goalin
BY HARRY PEAR"OH" heavily-favored Tennessee A averaged 46 points per game successful season last year, the fourth quarter.
& I State Tigers.Tennessee after three contests this sea- defeating the Rattlers 45-6 Rattler quarterback A-

State was led by son. with the All-America completing lonzo Gilbert, the third Rat
their sensational had beaten 20 of 31 passes.
Junior They already
tler quarterback, was caughtin
"OH" THOSE DOLPHINSThe quarterback Eldridge Dick- North Carolina A & T 55-0, The Rattlers had allowed his own end zone for a
Times sports department has been asking the ey. He threw for two touch- Texas Southern 52-0, and opponents only 9.5 pointsper two-point safety to end the
football fans, not to give up on the Dolphins, as downs and had two more Gambling 31-23. game before the Tennessee scoring. "
you called back by officials. Ranked 10th State game. They had
see, the owners are sparing no expense to give Miamia among It was the first loss by the
Dickey completed 11 of small the averaged 31 points them
colleges, Tigers
winning football team. I have said over Haulers In Bragg Stadium.
over 26 passes for 255 also third In total offense selves.
yards,and were They have been playing In
that it takes time to
again organize a new club. There- FAMU had beaten Allen
connected on scoring passesof third in total defense, Bragg Stadium since 1957.It .
fore we take our hats off to George Wilson Sr. and University, 43-3 Benedict
his 22 and 23 yards to Wil- and eighth In passing of ; was also the first time
staff for doing a great job what with lie College, 56.12, and Morris
; serious injuries Johnson and J. C Smith.
fense.With In 151 games that A & M
Brown 22-15 earlier In the
and so forth, they are coming through in great shade Before the game, Coach impressive credentials seasoa. They had lost to had been shut out. The Rat
The team as a whole! under their handicaps, has shown Take Oatther had tabbed the like these, Coach Gaither !South Carolina State, 83. tlers battled Southern to a .'
great improvement. I would like to write about each The Rattlers were bottledup 0-0 standoff In 1950.It .
player individually, but my column does not have the all afternoon by the tough was the sixth victoryin
space. Most of you .saw the game on TV, heard it on Tiger defense. A & M had nine games for State in
radio and read it in your local newspapers; therefore a., i the first opportunity to score the A & M-Tennessee State
IC 1. when it trapped Dickey on rivalry.
do not see any need of me writing the same story W
his 10 after a bad pass from The loss left the Rattlers
again. Once ain, the boys played their hearts out. It center on fourth down. But 3-2 for theseason,while StateIs
takes more than one1 player to make up a football the Rattlers were unable to unbeaten in four contests.
squad, therefore, I do not wish to single any one playerout score in four plays. FAM' U Is off this weekend -
for his outstanding plays. We all know what they State scored early in the to prepare for the tough
did. Look for my story on the Dolphins and the Buffalo = second quarter on a 22yardfield contest with the Aggies of A
Bills next week. J goal by Roy Me Neese. & T College of North Caro-
Dickey then hit Johnson and lina Saturday, November5th.
the Tigers led 10-0 at the .
It will be the Rattlers'
half.An Interception early in Homecoming football game.
the third quarter led to Last year,the Rattlers nip-
3 another Tennesse State score. ped A & T 2814. In the
Halfback GeneBowenacam- series, FAM Is 17-1.3 a-
I''i pered over from the one for gainst the Aggies.
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May 25, 1935 at Brackenridge, Pennsylvania
6'2'/j, 250, was married Dec. 8, 1957 to GwendolynRoane.
He was named Cookie by his uncle because of The Dolphins multiplied their success by two Sun-
his love of sweets.Established Carver YMCA Basketball day; extending their winning streak to two games while
AFL career records for attempts rush- downing the Houston Oilers 2013.

ing with 928, years leading league in yards gained Team Makes GoodThe It was evident that all the Dolphins needed was
rushing with two, and years leading league in rushin g an addition named Cookie Gilchrist to send their con-
attempts with three.Established fidence rating sky-rocketting to a 100 plus; and with
AFL season records for attempts Carver YMCA"Hawks" Members of the YMCA's this extra boost in confidence, it was easy to manhandle
rushing with 252 in 1965 and TDs rushing with 13 in entered the Miami-Dade Junior team are Talmadge FairJ. the Oilers and bring them to submission and de-
1962. I College Adult Basketball ( C. Smith) Leroy Floyd feat.

Named to the sporting News AFL All-Star Teams ]League three weeks ago and (Bethune-Cookman), Alvin Once on the rampage, the Dolphins were not to be
for first Stevenson (University of Ken-
and is tied place
in 1962-64-65. : using their three quarterbacks to their fullest and best
with Miami Dispatch, a team tucky), Albert Stirrup (St.
Earl Faison, defensive end, 6-5, 256 pound from c consisting of freshmen basket- Augustine), Jack Swilley capabilities.Norton .
the University of Indiana. Strong and sturdy as nick-1>all players at the University (Bethune-Cookman), King was the game's greatest tragedy, receivinga
name "Tree" Outstanding in all phases of defense 'c)fMiaml.The YMCA "Hawks" Green (Bethune-Cookman) broken jaw that looks like season duration.,

all-league in 1961, 1963, 1964 and 1965 ,. se- 'record is 3-0. They, won Stone's over Melvin George Webb Jackson(BTW),(FAMU David), Who knows better than the Dolphins and their fans
cond team all-league in 1962 played in all five I Pharmacy, and Real Estate Daniels (st. Augustine), now, the joy of winning, and the satisfaction in strivingto

AFL All-Star games AFL "Rookie of Year" in j I Directors team. They will William Clark (BethuneCookman win. "'i
1961 Most Valuable defensive player in 1963 All- ,neet Miami Dispatch Monday ),Joseph Gaiter (N. Dade)
Star game defensive captain of Chargers in 1964 i light. and Henry Morris (FAMU). EXCELSIOR SIXTH WEEK STANDINGSTEAM
has remarkable record for a lineman of five intercep- .
tions and two touchdowns No. 1 draft choice of W L PINS
Chargers and Detroit Lions in 1960 allAmericaand nadoes rolled to their sixth straight victory of the year,
all-Big Ten at Indiana holds secondary de- :26-0 over West Palm Beach Roosevelt Friday night. Hagan & Fonda No. 1 14 10 15829

gree in education. Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity. Walter Crockett scored BTW's first touchdown on a New Frontier 14 10 14936
attended{Huntingdon"High School in Newport News, Va. I 95-yard punt return. It was the first time the Torna- Packer Pontiac 14 13 10 11 14183Bowler's 15465

full-time resident of San Diego married (Barbara 4 does had touched the ball.A pro Shop
) with daughter Monique, 1 born in Newport 12-yard pass in the rain-soaked game producedthe Metzers Pro Shop 13 11 15017
News, Va., Jan. 31, 1939. I second touchdown.Woodrow Green hit Joe Hall with Cloverleaf Sport Shop 12 12 15340
Ij j the pass, but the extra-point attempt failed for the se- The Five Summersetts 12 12 15080

UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI VS SOUTHERN CAL. FRIDAY 4 cond time. The Olympics 12 12 14672
Fred Warren scored the third touchdown of the Thompson Texaco 12 12 14669
University of Miami's greatest defensive football and his 13th of the year in the fourth period He? Metropolitan Cleaners 12 12 14445
team ever will get its most severe test of the year Fri- I game from nine yards out. Crockett's Pat-kick was Tuckers Famous Foods 12 12 14361
day night in the Orange Bowl when high flying Southern 'I ran over and BTW led, 19-0. 9 to 9 TV Drive In 12 12 14285
California rolls into the Orange Bowl stadium. I Dwight Moss put the icing on the Tornadoes' victory Yale Organ Cobras 11 13 15085 t'
Should the Hurricanes continue their tight defen- return. Hagan & Fonda No. 2 11 13 14577
t with a 55-yard punt
sive efforts, the All America selectors will find plenty Bowe's Barber Shop 11 13 13896
of choice talent from which to make their selections |I NORTHWESTERN TOPS JONES HIGH 13-1 LEO'S SPORT WORLD 7 17 13194

Tom Be ire, Gene Trosch, Bob Tatarek all playedthe Danny Miller recovered a fourth-quarter fumble and
whole way defensively for Miami to get their rankings Allen Hepburn and Bob Bain combined for a 25-yard TEAM HIGH GAMES: Bowlers Pro Shop, 1017; Ha
as "iron men" They're going down in grid historyas scoring; touchdown to lead Northwestern to a 13-6 victory gan & Fonda No.1, 952; The Five Summersetts, 939.
three of the school's mightest all-time defensive |t: over Orlando Jones at Miami Stadium Friday night.
giants" An estimated 1,000 fans sat through the game in TEAM HIGH 3-GAMEThe Five Summersetts, 2807;

he: rain waiting for Northwestern's fourth period touch- Hagan and Fonda No. 1, 2778; Cloverleaf Sport Shop,
MAYS WINS 7th STRAIGHT lown. The score broke a 6-6 tie. 2770.

Mays beat Tampa Blake Friday night at Harris Both teams rallied on running attacks but fumbles

Field, 40-13 despite a steady rain and a power failure nade the difference. Jones lost three of five fumbles INDIVIDUAL HIGH GAME: Willie E. Robinson,
for a part of the game. Mays lead in the 1st quarte r while the victorious Bills lost two of eight. 246, Billy Johnson, 245; Frank Southward, 244.
by a score of 13-7. The Rams stormed back on a pairof All three of the touchdowns were set up by fum-
touchdown passes from ''Clarence Patterson and j>les. INDIVIDUAL HIGH 3-GAME: Willie E. Robinson,
romped the rest of the way. Pattersons' first toss went Northwestern scored first in the opening pe- 637; Oswald Smith, 634; Frank Southward, 620.
45 yards to James Black, his second six yards to Ali' Orlando fumbled at its 35 and Northwestern rever'ed. -

bert Hannah. Ronald McGregor stole the offensive show (> LeRoy Holt carried the ball in fromoneyardut. TOP TEN AVERAGES: James Thomas, 191; Willie .""
with a pair of final touchdown runs of 12 and 29 yards. The extra-point run attempt failed. E. Robinson, 186; Willie Nicholson 182; Oswald Smith,
The third' period was scoreless. Then, in the 180; Tommy Jackson, 179; Eddie Way, 179; James Mit-
B- T. W. WINS 6th STRAIGHT fourth period. Danny ,Miller recovered a fumble atthe chum, 178; Ernest Green, 177; Alvoid James, 176; A.
irlando 25. Two plays later Bain and Hepburn combined C. Edwards, 175; Elmo Williams, 175; Albert Bryant ,
Unbeaten Booker T. Washington scored the first for the 25-yard scoring toss'and the victory. 175: Stanford Sims, 175; Lonnie Mincey, 175.I .
time one of its players touched the football and the Tor-


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18 THE MIAMI TIMES October 28 1966
Friday, ,
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Dade County's 10 Best 3 BEDROOMSEE HOQUALlfYIHG8APh. Buy A Home Today!

I All 1 bedroom CBS$1500Down
Dressed Women ? : ((1)) 1370 NW 86th St $300 down, $73 mo.
J I 4122 NW 11th PLACE 3 bedroom, 1 bath home.
Move Right In Sell or trade, $24,500 total.
Fashion for Milady and Harrison; Juanita Johnson; Located Opa-locka Lincoln Avenue ((2)) 1923 NW 88th Terr 2 bedroom home,
$500 down, extra cost
presentation of Dade Coun Veta Johnson; Joycelyn no NO DOWN PAYMENTS
ty's Ten Best Dressed women Knowles; Rocella Leverity; Carport, porch, oak floors, Small bedroom, plus Fla $250 down, $64 mo.
sponsored; by the Episcopal Ruby Lewis; Wylamerltf 'large discount for cash room, frame* $5500 total.
:Church:> ep' of the Trans.figuration Marshall; Beatrice Richardson buyer. $59 GOLD per COAST mo. REALTORS ((3)) 1201 NW 86th St 3 bedroom home, car-
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and Isabell! 4301 stove refrigerator ,
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sat the Police Benevalent Association Young.,, Please' send your nominees 758.8749
'! Auditorium, 15100 names and addresses ((4)) 1420 NW 39th St $300 down, $75 mo.
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FOR SALELots 1310 NW 86 ST 3 bedroom, $300 down.
I OPEN SUNDAY ALL DAY 61 NW 48 ST. 2 bedroom,2bath.

15, 16, 17, 18 5525 NW 5 AVENUE 1124 NW 93 ST. 2 bedroom, Fla room

In Inlet City, River i a Lovely home with income house In back. Fla. 1385 NW 86 ST. 2 bedroom, $250 down.

West Palm Beach room, garage, carport, awnings, appliances.Mott 8140 NW 16 AVE. 2 bedroom, carport.
beautiful inside! $11,500, $400 down, $98 month. 1431 NW 89 ST. 2 bedroom, garage h
Consult H. E. S. Reevesco Seller pays all closing costs..
1991 NW 81 TERR. $6,900, all cash
The Miami Times 2382 NW 80 No
8931 NW 17 AVENUE ST. Qualifying
6740 NW 15th Avenue Best location, Fla room, carport, tile roof, awn 2503 NW 81 ST. No QualifyingWE

Miami, Florida ings, wall to wall carpeting, sprinkler system, HAVE MANY MORE '
large yard, on bus line, $12,500, $400 downand

"' 1
Large Fla room, enclosed porch, carport, tile SHELL REALTY BROKER
DUPLEXES 5 Units 6 Units, etc. roof, awnings, jalousie windows, air conditioner,

We have several good deals with reasonable month.large corner lot, $13,000 with $400 down and $80 ,4260 NW 7th Ave., 758-5551,

down payments and sensible terms.
9001 NW 17 AVENUE

LIFE REALTY, BROKER 3 bedroomstile roof, screened front porch fenced
I 4932 NW 7th AVENUE PL 9-4371 yard, awnings, air conditioner, near stores, on FONTANA REAL ESTATEONLY
bus line, $12,500, $400 down, $77 month and
Open Sundays, Evenings
seller pays closing costs) THE FINEST PROPERTIES

Beautiful 3 bedrooms, on 2 lots, corner, tile 3 full bedrooms, 2 full tile baths. Truly differentin
roof, separate garage, wall to wall carpeting, design. Built-in oven, range, hood fan and
fenced yard, awnings, custom-built kitchen, modern -
washer. Oak floors, garage, liberal terms,
WE HAVE MANY GOOD FHA & VA BUYS appliances, kiddie pool, $16,000, $600 No qualifying. $22,500 total.
KEYS AT OFFICE $100 DOWN down, $98 month, seller pays all closing costs.

$250 DOWN $11 MONTH 2330-32 NW 96 STREET 2100 NW 68 ST. 2 HOUSES

3 bedroomcarport, tile roof, excellent condition. Beautiful like-new duplex, 2 bedrooms each side, Corner, 2 lots, $900 cash down, no qualifyingor r
Area, of 12th Ave. NW 86th St. No closing cost. s creened back porch, terrazzo floors, air con- red tape, $90 monthly balanco $12,000 total.
Only $11,500. ditioners, stoves, refrigerators, carpeting Every.
thing like new. Bargain at $18,000 with $800 641 NW 65 STREET 3 BEDROOM
FOR MINISTER OR LARGE FAMILY down and $107 month. .
2 baths, modern CBS, terms to bt arranged.6xI4
i 8 rooms, 3 bath, pool with sun deck cabanna
and bar, plenty of privacy, fenced, carportfortwo $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VeT OR BEING NW .15 AVENUE STORE APT.
cars. A-One area. $2,000 down, no qualify'ing DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFYWE Good business location and rental income. To
no closing costeasy financing, only$19,500
HAVE MANY MORE HOMESWE settle an estate.Make your offer with qood term I.


3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 story, corner residence, in
excellent area. Make your offer. $12,900 total.iiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiiiiiii11".
10124 NW 7th Ave. .f.Jff Realty Broker ""
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bedroom CBS, FHA near Truck and waste paper route HERE'S PROOF YOU'LL TURE BEDDING DEALIN
shopping center and apt. gas, elec. water
chools, route for sale $30
uses, a nice garage, seller No down payment per Phone week.: included, can be two bed- W LIKE OUR PRINTING: TOWN.GO TO GRAND
closing Drive room. $17. 653 NW 27th SU
ayj cost. by 448-4208 after 7 p.m. apt. 3. CENTRAL FREIGHT.By .
NW 45th SU then call go see, then call 373-
20 --- 7973 or 444-8004.) Not BroverMan
lib Price
Qiakty Budget
enster Realty, Broker, PL 2 .CBS houses one lot, good ;
8779. Income Smiling Eddie Lee Pitt- The big sale is on now.
1,500 down
:---- qualifying, no no One large bedroom apt. and a man, popular local businessman Mi lab TM Urn it SnuB If have cash and
closing costs you
two bedroom house. In the
Apply DeW own-
Dade pineames
nice a large lot, par.ally see today and buy. Call Irma, 1611 NW 50th St. Inquire up- er of the Dive-Inn Bar Deadlines Met on Tim need furniture or bedding
on deal for Robert E. Marx, Realtor, 661- stairs. 1772 NW 79th St. Phone the only place to go is
: fume A good 1661. OU9431. He Invite all Satisfactiu Gfamttedml the Grand Central Freight
who selling
OIl people 1042 NW 35th st. Niceduplex. his old friends to come Furniture warehouse.,
urban renewalorxpressway.
four homes .to Drive by 351 New duplex, live rent free in 1 bedroom, $22.50 week, urt- anti! meet new friends. tur cistoners cams lack! 1636 NW 7th Ave., Miami,
; close location, call JE 1-6902. turn. No children, 7546277. F'eryoneVtlcome.. Imlf This
4W 45th St. then call Fenster ,

Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779.. Net 20% Ben-Kori Realtor. independentFurniture ,
per year. Invest. hu r rr Miami Times t'"
25000. 12 new apt. will
slice large CBS, 3 bedroom trade. Call 1-2768. CBS, 2 bedroom, apt. $22. warehouse
Nice 1 bed.
lome. Huge lot from street to duplex. Apt. $19. FOR ALL YOUI PRINTING NUIS receives the
treet, fum. FHA terms only Nice 1 bed. CBS, apt. $17.50. and t ,
$295 down, $59 monthly, ab- Good 2 newest
rear house $22.
$12,500, $350 down payment, solutely finest furniture
no cost. 2 bed-
Corner 1 Call
closing costs.- CBS duplex apt. 6910421OWNER
seller pays
roomCBSno qualifying, take and bed- '. ,
$19 i
NW 88th St. Open Sunday -
over mortgage, 3471 NW 207 from 57
1-6 p.m. Fenster Realty, St. 624-0568. CBS, 1 bed. duplex apt. $19. ding
Broker, PL 9-8779. ---- 1 bed. porch plus Duplex apt. famous fac

$10,500, $65 Month $19.LIBERTY. tories. You IraftfIIICID

Another Fenster Special! 2 bedroom, large kitchen, car- RENTAL AGENCY MUST can buy it. ...apj>raisf
2 bedroom 2020 NW 62nd f mil SELL it at
Nice CBS home, port, fenced yard, wall to Street your
carporte, nice lot, FHA, only wall carpeting well schrubbed' 633-7809 MAKE OFFEROn cash price.
$300 down payment. Seller- No closing cost, area 23rd Come into our office and we Let us prove it.
pays closing cost. Drive by Ave.NW 84th St. A 1 condition. will show you a good apt. East Coast Arcola Lake Remember there aren't

Fenster Realty, Broker, PL Al Tirella Realtor, 10124 NW Beautiful 2 bedroom, any fancy decorations,

9-8779. 7th Ave. 754-5426. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Tailors CBS, all large rooms, the Freight warehouse

New Genie- --- Beer and large Fla room district is not beautiful,
Homes: Just com- 2555 NW 158th street bar with bar- SPECIAL many
but the furniture bargains
pleted. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, $56 mo. 3 bedroom, fenced becue pit in good location. For extras. See. 8320 NW '"
if are by
hard restaurant desired. Will
built-in range, oven -
yard, freshly painted"new
sell $14.95 Avenue or hundreds. We want
wood floors. Drive by 1030 windows and floors cheap. Call 696-5112. your
NW 51st St. and 1954 NW 41stSt. 373-3304. --- Alterations and RemodelingFAST Or Call: business. "Your satis

Then call for appt. Fen- --- SERVICE faction is our ultimatum'

ster Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779 Home, NW, 2 bedroom, large CHILDCAREBy 111 NW62 ST. 693-1894

Fla room, CBS, by owner, Day or week. Day care for
PL 8-3901
Beautiful, Beautiful, Beautiful 757-6507. babies in my home. 1 month to
while wait
A cuff
Look at this property, 2 story ----- 2'/ years. Margaret Bennett, Anytime"you
bldg, CBS, top floor, 2 br, 1 Bunche Park area. Modern 1451 NW 52nd St. 691-7418V

bath, large utility room on 3 bedroom, CBS, $250 down,, ---
75x140 ft. lot. This is excel- $62 mo. stove and refrig. In- for working mother, 5 days a I ,.. .. .;'-. Save On FurnitureHotel
lent deal. See at 119 NW 50thSt. cluded. Mr. Marvin. Nights week. Call 759-6113. ; f' "
Do not disturb tenants. and Sundays2352748.Great GOODBYE RENT MAN

Call Broker right now for all er Miami Realty, HI 4-6133. ---- close-out includes single and full sizes
information. Martin M. Bemey,
624-6983. HELP WANTED Hollywood beds, chests, dressers, night stands,

--- Carwasher, porter wanted. 3 bedroom, 2 both, CBS tables, chairs, lamps and many miscellaneousitems

FHA, FHA, 1 Mortgage FOR RENT Shift work. 5 days, salary to $7,900 Full Price ; all at sacrifice prices to please every

1 br, 1 bath, CBS, each side. Room in private home, settle, $90 per week.No phone calls. 6% Financing one. Warehouse location 6343.47 NW 7th Ave.

Duplex, U50 down,low monthJy sober man. Quiet. Call 634-, Apply in person Dispatch, EZ terms No qualifying. Next to Army and Navy store.
payments. See at 1411 NW 9654. 47th St. area. Morse National Car Rental, r
41st st. Do not disturb tenants. Miami International Airport. OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY
Call broker right now for all ---
Nice room in private home fora
information. Martin M. Bemey refined working lady, 696_Maintenance Man. Musts have 1253 NW 44 STREET

624-6983. 4379. transportation. Must be ableto Kagen Rag Corp.
---- work minor electrical and .
FHA, FHA, 1 mortgage Nicely furnished bedroom. Hot plumbing repairs. Expectedto -
2 br, 1 bath, Fla room, CBS, keep area clean. Phone:
$300 down, low monthly pay- St.and cold water. 2491 NW 59th 371-2215. :. TF 259 1/2 NW 79th St.

ments. Large lot. See at 15620 -----

NW 26th Ave.Call broker now, and r
Furn. apt. with yard porch. rI
Martin M. Berney, 624-6983. OX 1-2426. Barber Wanted Supreme Bar-
---- ber Shop. 5552 NW 17th Ave.
No Qualifying, No Qualifying
Room. Unfurn. private entrance
2 br, 1 bath, large Fla room, and bath. $38 mo. 1046 NW
screen porch,CBS, refinished.
59th St. HI 8-6985.
Excellent location. Low down
payment. monthly pay- Room. 1430 NW 68th St. Men..
ments. See at 1754 NW 42ndSt. only. Pschyo physical temple of

Call Broker right now. --- the Divine Mother, Inc. socro* 1f f''

Martin M. Bemey, 6246983. Large one bedroom apt. turn. prayer formula chart. AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
-- Adults only. References. AP- My prayers are being sent out

o Qualifying, No Qualifying ply 29 NW 52nd St. Apt. 3. and bUtilngs are coming In. 331 NW 56 STREETCBS
br, 2 bath, CBS, excellent ---- Send for Fr. Dally Blessing.How .
cal, have 2 houses side by to get what you want $400 down-FHA-Only $12,000 total price

"Ide. call broker, will ar- CBS house with 2 baths, $25 through this new way of for this 2 bedroom home, plus cottage. Hear
ange any reasonable deal. week, special rent with op- Prayer. Mall s.lfaddr.ss.denvelope The world's most famous Edison school. Nice and clean. All large rooms.
VlarunM. Bemey, 624-6983. tion to buy plan available. to Rev. C. Forster, spiritual advisor. Best known
1253 NW 44th st. P. 0. Box 56, St. Albans, yet and a helper in all walksof
Split Level --- N. Y. 11412. DRIVE BY THESE, THEN CALL EDISON
Cravera Lake Estate 2 bedroom duplex, stove and HER DAILY ((1)) 835 NW 84th St. CBS, 2 bedroom, terrazzo

m.ompletely 3 bedroom and tastefully ,refrigerator, 2752 NW 60th St. rlSSLENAMAEROSSOriginally floors, carport, $300 down FHA. No closing cost,
2 bath, with ]Hot and cold water, large from Savannah,
rge Fla room and oversize <'yard, $90 per month or $22.50per RT WORK TO .1.IA Ga., 6249 NW 19th Ave., county taxes only.
arage, central heat and 3 air week. Call owner OX 6- Over is also Rev.
Miami. Fla. She
nd., well, pump and sprinlcT 2392. .Public 20 Yeo Service. and Bishop and is in the ((2)) 4100 NW 1st Ave. CBS 3 bedroom, 2 bath,

system for the care of. a teaching and practicing of tile r ref, Sprinkler system. A beautiful home.
eautiful landscapes with ]House per week, 5 room Live in Molds

laxing patio, built-in Bar1,unfum., free gas and water Cooks Dishwashers Bus Porters Boys psychology spiritual and music.metaphysicsand ((3)) 6733 NW 2nd Ct. Hew duplex. 2 bedroom

>d cue.all Near transportation.school, shopping .;2398 NW 61st St. Cot Station Drivers Don't let it be said, too each lid.. T.rrano floors, awnings$3500 down. ....1,

ice Total -- Hotel & Home MoldsWe late. The wise will hear Prov.
ltzi $21,000 at Kaiser FHA terms.Call |Large room. $.5 weekly. 1440 Appreciate Your 1:5.: God will prosper usj ((4)) 431 NW 56th St. CBS Duplex (side by side).
& Lee RealI" 42nd 633-2729.
]NW St.
rs, PL 7-4588. Business Neh. 2:20.Increase your learn- $400 down FHA.

Cottage. 8050 NW 11th Ct. 1 ing.

Open Sunday 1 to 5 p.m. |bedroom, porch, electric, un- A.:1r FR 94382N.E.SHi Moses was learned in all ((5)) 1723 NW 43rd St. CBS, four 1 bedroom apt.

foice waterfront, 1201 NW j Fum. $23 week, 633-2429. the wisdom and knowledge of Each with enclosed porch. 4 garages. $16,500
bath St. Attractive 3 bedroom, Jam' it Street the Egyptians, and was mightyin total.
with beautiful Fla be
--- word and deeds. If we
m, over-looking water, j I House. 2 bedroom, cute, $15. of God no one can overthrowus.
rge living room, diningm J115 NW 65th St. NE 5-3466. ((6)) 5900 NW 3rd Ave. Lovely CBS home, centrallyair

lovely built-in kitchen, conditioned plus 2 opts. No qualifying.WE .
!=ely landscaped, totalce 1 bedroom, living room, kitchen CENTER ViLLA This generation shall not
$22,000, $1400 down, both furn. newly painted : pass until this gospel be
e monthly payment pays all. 4 wanted, nice sober couple. KINDERGARTEN preached. My ae.lls open unto OR NO QUALIFYING.YOU .

"r,Iser>S88. & Lee Realtors, PL !I.2274 NW 41st st. 888-6643. 5861 H.W. 17TH AVENUE you for once and forever. I CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR

-- CERTIFIED PERSONNEL Red am representing Beast of our the Lord Mighty and $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING

No Qualifying 1 bedroom apt., fume or un- HOT LUNCHES Savior Jesus Christ.If DISPCACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY

bedroom, 2 bath, fum. plus |rurn. $14 or $18 per week. PICK-UP SERVICE you seek in.secret and
tage for Income; located in ]Dixie Rental Agency, 633- are not rewarded openly- Realtors -.
60's east of 7th Ave. This ;2429. REGISTER NOW then search yourself. Something EDISON REALTY,

truly' an excellent value. is wrong. .
.ta' price only 15,800 |}:Iou.ea. 1755 NW 82nd St. 2 691-7796 OR 696-3302 The password I give to 175 N.W. 62nd St 751-2441

fri $2100 cash necessary ed. 2 Fla rooms, $30 week. Mrs. R. E. Copeland, Sup. | you. The Beast said, Come
V only $95 per mo. Kaiser Ie |Dixie: Rental Agency, 633- and see. Bible, Rev. 6:4.
Realtors, PL 7-4588. :1429.



20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 28, 1966

... ,

: 4 Firms Get $140,970 -.tf-""-., ,. :::' ::, .,/ EII0TYPE

,/ rI
For Manpower ProjectsU.

S. Secretary of LaborW. elation will give up to 26 NOUSEjIiDAVID IS COMING BACK
Willard Wirtz has ap- weeks training for office ma-
proved on-the-job training chine repairmen for 100 un- ,J.
programs totaling$140.970 employed or underemployedworkers. '
in federal funds to four Flor- This project has RelfoiwsSfore'; ..tol' ';"Stanley Sweeting's popular and newsy column
ida firms under the Man- been allocated '$49,733 in that probably holds, the record as the all-,
Development and Federal funds. The Diversa-
power 1t.1
( Miami Times columns
Training Act (MDTA). Pak, Inc. will train 23 Un- 'timefavorite "ptoq
The Dade County Laun- employed or underemployed NtflSth AvenueOpen '''wlllretum to this, p per as a' regular feature

dry and Dry Cleaners Association workers up to 26 weeksas 6300 ,[beginning r next week.:: ,.
at Coral Gables will aniline and rotogravure 1(1( Daily '
10a.m. to p.m. '
train 60 unemployed or un- pressmen; mounter proofers ;,yj. 1i ,"W"T t'f.F.t? :.rrL'
deremployed workers up to combiner and slitter-rewind- ''1 al'ACOLOR
eight weeks for training in er operators, and inspectors. Bibles .I f.
various occupations in the Federal funds totaling $14-
dry cleaning industry at a 150 have been allocated this ..
Federal cost of $13,487. project. Religious' if ts AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE
", In Miami the Dade County On-the-job training Is given

Association for Retarded by private industry with Fed ., STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
Children will train 60 meat eral government reimbursement A, ,JL
cutters. The training will last for instructor fees and ( Candles
up to 50 weeks at a Federal instructional materials only. 1 ;uIncense VET TVTED

cost of $63,600.St. The trainees receive wages "
Petersburg will receive paid by the employer dur- FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET
two projects. The Central Office ing the period of training.
Machine Dealers Asso- '.\1' 379-7735

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a total working force of AME

5,000.Among the discriminatory Cynthia F.Hoi ton,daughter Coming-Man. Oct. 31CLYDE
of Mr. and Mrs.Lester Holton, ,
practices cited are the denial '
will be for Bethel
.jir of apprentice on-the-job,and AME's Youth speaker Night, Oct. 30. It.) KILLENS' HURRICANE BOYS PRESEN
promotional training oppOrtunities Cynthia was one of the '
to qualified Negroes IA SEVENTH ANNUAL
first Negroes to attend South
and the confinement of Ne-
Miami Junior High school .
groes to menial positions. Ball & Show
where she was a member of Joyce Lane Masquerade
Another basis
r interesting the National Honor Society,a
of complaint is that letting very good academic student,
Negroes work higher classifications member of the Spanish Club, 1 t Sir John Knight Beat'
but basing their very active in sports and all
seniority on previous lower- school activities. She is ,
grade positions. This virtually sently attending Killian
means that if another School where she is main-
ADMISSION ADV $1.75-00OR $2.00-TABLES $1.50
worker is hired the Negro taining her academic record.
has no seniority or securityin She is a member of the Brown Bombe r
the Job which he has been Girl Scouts, 4H Club, Bethune j--- -' '-q "
;; r : :
doing. His company-time is Chapter No. 87 youth depart- r ., .
based on the lesser job to ment, Richmond Heights Community -
which he can be immediately Chorus, last but not .. : r rJ
returned without appeal least, she is a young Chris- 't. 1' :
\ The plaintiffs also stress tian of Martin Memorial AME ;. '
"' .r; that Negroes are kept in menial Church, Richmond Heights, 11'\ \ ,
p } positions, even when and a member of the Junior
their abilities should qualify Ushers' Board. Miss Knight Beat Carolyn Princess Carlotta Rena McCan Dee Dee Walker Phyllis Carroll

them for skilled or profes-
sional positions.
Says local Birmingham
NAACP attorney Orzel Bil-
lingsley, "We've asked for a
preliminary injunction in
hopes of receiving an Im-
mediate ban on such discri-
minatory practices."



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