The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 4, 1966
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Broward County electedits Bossy Waiters, a contractor In an effort to elect Waiters defeated after receiving the
first Negro official Tues received 843 votes and most voters in the pre- highest number of votes in
day when he was swept into captured one of three com- dominantly Negro west side the primary
office in Dania as two incumbent mission seat. Richard Mar- cast only one o/ their three "I ran just the way I
city commissionerswere ant and Robert Kelly were possible votes. In two previous wanted to run,"Waiters said.
left out. also lected. runoffs Waiters was "I'm elated."

Stokely Carmichael Says "HeNo" // votes ant Twenty-six-year-old, ,who will probably received be 1,224 elect-Mar- f

ed mayor by the City Com
mission. He would.,be the

To Viet Nam WarStokely youngest tory of Hallandale.Clearwater mayor in, the his-

Carmichael,militant him access to a lecture all. --_. ---....--.
"black power"advocate, He said he would go to prison
Miami Times endorses Robert for
King High
reportedly said in Atlanta rather than serve in he
the election as governor of the state of Florida. We Monday night that "Lady Army. HasHallowe'
strongly urge all our readers to exercise their fran Bird and Lud" will be fight- The Student Nonviolent
chise on Tuesday by going to the polls and urging all ing in Vietnam before he Coordinating Committee
others to do so. For more on High, see page 4. takes any part in the war (SNCC) leader last week
in Southeast Asia. completed two days of examination en Riotwindows
"The Vietnam is Lyndon to determine his
Johnson's war,"Carmichaeltold He said that Negros fight
a crowd of 400 Negroesat ing in Vietnam are "merce Hundreds of Negroes and streetlights,
Stelman College."If naries", rioted in Clearwater Hallo-' fired rifles into the air and
To Be Equalby Lyndon wants to go, Sen. James O. EastlandD. ween night, throwing bottles set trash fires in the street,
then take Lady Bird and ( ., Miss. ), Reps. Robert E. and stones through windows police said.
Luci and all the rest. But Sweeney (D., Ohio) and and shooting street lights. Booth was hooted and
am I going' Hell, no." Thomas Abernathy' (D., Bonfires blazed Inthestreets. jeered when he stepped out
WhiUiry M. Young Jr. He was protected by three Miss.) telegraphed U.S. At- Order was restored after of his car in the midst of the,
bodyguards. Carmichael torney General 1 Ramsey six hours of rioting, police riot. A stone struck him in
Ex iMflBMMMMMMMBMMMHMMMMI utlvpDinctorNational H Urban MnMHI MMMHM League" poke from the top of a car Clark, and urged him to said, but patrols remained in the stomach, and two bottles
in a campus parking lot because take action against Car- the area until dawm. crashed at his feet, but
Power of The Ballot school officials denied michael. Police Cheif Wlllard he was not Injured.
Booth described the riotersas Talmadge Rutledge, president
"irresponsible young of the Clearwater chapter
As I travel around the country I meet a lot of people, adults and teenagers." They of the NAACP, blamed
and at this time of the year conversation naturally turns to CRB Plans to Nip threw paint on the sides of "frustration and general un
the elections. I am surprised at the number of people who buildings, smashed store <, rest" among Negroes.
say, "I'm not going to vote this year" or "why bother
voting. nothing will change anyway." -
.I tell them that they are all wrong; that it Is Importantto II
Ghettos In BudThe
vote on Klection: Day, especially for members of minority Joins Coca-ColaS'.ff Here

The reason for this is simple. It goes back to what we Fleetwood Price, 24, has
asked for additional .
learned back in our civics classes. Politics is made up of Community Rela support been appointed sales and C, 4dY
coalitions of different groups who pool their interests and lions Board met Thursdayto for the group discussion on marketing representative for
work together to elect candidates who are favorable to discuss plans for,a "con community development the Coca-Cola: Bottling Co., r 4
them. Every group which has, in the past, tried to go tinuing conference" on in His group has "often expressed of Miami, it was announced
it alone and )Neglected to join with others, has gone downto tegrated community development concern over the by John M. Howard, executivevice
defeat. and to nip new Negro community factors which president.A .
The chances of each group in a coalition for achievingits ,ghettos before they bud. would produce' or continue native of Miami, Price
goals are directly related to the strength of its vote. Several local organizations "racial ghettos and which attended public school In
Every vote counts, and each one is essential to the success have asked the boardto would tend to perpetuate Dade County and was one of
. of a group's aims. build an atmosphere, of slums," said Alnslee R. Fer- the top ten in his graduating
Even when candidates running for some offices are distasteful goodwill and pave the way die, agency chairman.Recommendation; class at George Washington
there are still other offices to be filled and bond for a community dialogueon Carver High School. He is a
issues and referendums to be voted upon. Citizenship interracial harmony. was 1966 graduate of Tennessee
carries with it responsibilities and oneoofthe most importantof made by the Urban Renewal A&I State University, Nashville
is take in the democratic and vote. "We are pleased to act, Agency for the CRB to where he earned the
these to part process "
In this capacity, said II. B. organize group discussions"on bachelor of science degree.
This election will be especially historic because, denied Sissel, president of the CRB, these problems which Prior to joining CocaColaheserved
the vote in the South for so long, Negro citizens will now "and have known the needs tend to create. uni-racial as instructor at Rich-
be able to make their voices heard on Election Day. The for talks for some time." oriented communities." mond Heights Junior High ling, merchandising, and com-
Voting Rights Act of 1965 provided for Federal registrarsto He is confident the board School here and also was munity relations in the SB
register. Negro voters in those districts which were discriminating will undertake the task, Sis A group has already beer. associated with the Small Florida area served by the
against them. Although there Is reason to believe sel said. organized. It will work under Business Development Cen- seven plants of the Miami
that these registrars should have been sent Into many "It will take masterful the auspices of the community ter of Dade County, an agency company, from Key West to
more districts, they still must be credited with raising the handling on the part of some task force to insurea of the Economic Opportunity West Palm Beach.
numbers of enrolled Negroes to a record high. Credit also leadership group," said mixed ralcla makeup in Program, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Price and
must go to the dedicated men and women, both white John B. Turner, chairman Urban Renewal Area No. 1 In his new post, Price will their three sons make their
and Negro who risked their safety and conducted voter of the Dade County Community in the Central Negro District. be responsible for direct set- home at 9045 SW 128th Street.
registration campaigns In hostile areas of the Deep South. Task Force, addingthe

Their dedication has paid off. In spite of intimidationand job "very definitely falls
threats, Negro voters came out in full force in the within the scope of activitiesto Rin
primaries and will do so again in the general election. which Board the Community is dedicated.Relations r1 %sjpjgr 4s
candidates have been widely
The victories of segregationist
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has had : ? y o-p z .
publicized, but the new Negro vote an impact.In Martin Fine,Miami busing wJy 1wm
many counties there will be Negro sheriffs and other Authority chairman, recently *
local officers for the first time, many segregationist candidates called for Metro to
have moderated their tone in deference to this new finance a planning board
vote, and others lost their primaries.The that would fight "crippling" w
for social problems.He Three Mississippi Negroes dents as a result of last Wed Soon after the court decision
of Southern Negro voters is lesson
courage a will run In the Nov. 8 action General Joe
Negroes in the North. In contrast to the high turnoutof recommended that the nesday's federal court Attorney
general election as indepen- daring for them. Patterson called the office of
eligible Negro voters in the South, despite intimidation, proposed organization have the way
Negroes In northern ghettos have poor voting records., representatives of the CRB, One will run for the U.S. the secretary of state to add
They should realize that only by voting for candidates Dade County School Board, Senate and two for House the names of the three can
who will further their interests In housing, education, and University of Miami,the Ur- White Merchant seats. didates to the Nov. 8 ballot.
employment, can they break the bonds of the ghetto and ban Renewal Council and the The names had already been
A written opinion was Issued ballots.
the to a better life. Miami Housing Authority. left pff the sample
pave by the court a few hours
A large vote in the ghetto will make politicians more The EconomlcOpportunity Fires On Crowd after hearing arguments on a Backed by the Negro Mississippi
responsive to the Interests of people who live there. If Program Ina,of Dade County civil rights suit seeking to Freedom Democratic
an official owes his job to the votes he got in one section, has also made a similar Neil Humphreys, owner force the state to allow the Party, the candidates are:the
he will make it his business to listen to that section duringhis suggestion, asking the CRB of a small grocery store in three Negroes to run. The Rev.,Clifton Whitley of Holly
term of office. "to get people togeth for the the Negro district at Cocoa, court will issue a formal Springs, who will oppose
But voters have a responsibility to study the issues and mutual sharing of their said Tuesday thathe fired on order later.A Sen. James Eastland; Dock
know where their real Interests lie. A political party should plans." 75 to 100 Negroes who Drummcnd, a retired plum
not be able to automatically count on ghetto votes. It must Alvin Cassel, EOPI pres- threw stones at his store new state law which rais- ber of Kosclusko, will run
be kept on its toes by an intelligent electorate which votes ident, called for "a greater Monday. ed the qualifying require against Rep. Thomas Abernathy -
for candidates and issues and is not bound to one party degree of consideration between Wounded by small shots ments for independent candidates ; and Mrs. Emma San
out of blind loyalty. In politics too, familiarity breeds the various agencies from a 12-guage shot- was temporarily ders a housewife, of Jackson :#
contempt. which are shaping the future gun, four teenagers were knocked Into Jhe shade by will oppose Rep. John
Negro voters especially should be aware of their of our dtles." treated at a hospital and re- the three judge decision. Advil Bell Williams.
responsibility on election day. Many peoplee have suffered, Mrs. Jane Roberts,school leased. Humphreys was rights attorney said the
even died, for the right to vote, and Negroes must use board president, and the Metro charged with aggravated assault law was In violation of the .,TUESDAY
this hard-won right to help Improve their condition. Urban Renewal Agency 1965 Vting Rights Act: ,

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday_,'November 4,. 1966 ,

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Local boatsman and sports figure,George Amaitri,acquaints two comely lasses, ATTORNEY GENERAL

i Delores Hayes, left, and Jacquelyn Jenkins, with the art of steering his sleek
Sports Fisherman while the trio enjoy a turn on Biscayne Bay aboard the classy 35- EARL FAIRCLOTH LEVER 3-A

foot pleasure craft. Miami-Metro News Bureau photo. I


. Community Action Needed

Deauville Hotel on Miami the rising tide of turbulence .
"The problems of fair and '
equal treatment for Negroes Beach, Saturday evening, ignited by "Black Power"militants STATE SENATE .
cannot be solved by the Fed- November 19th. Dr. GilbertL. and to provide the ,
community with a vehicelfor . ..
eral Government alone,how- Porter general chairman ,
ever paternalistic"saysMrs. of arrangements, and the solving their problems be- LEE WEISSENBORN ;: LEVER 5-A
Louis (Bess) Glasser, presi- guest speaker will be RogerW. fore they becomes crimes,ac-
dent of Greater Miami Ur- Wilkins, National DI- cording to Bess. "Anyonecan
ban League. "A new kind rector of Community Re- arouse the poor, the de- EDMUND J. GONG LEVER 6-A

of community action is called lations Service. Tickets for spairing, the frustrated and t:. h,. ,'. .
for, directed toward Negro this bi-racialevent are$6.50. helpless; that's no trlck'shesays. "
self-help, the better use of Mrs Glasser points out "But smashed windowsand JOHN M. SPOTTSWOOD LEVER 1-A
the political sy .temt.the expansion that this year, with all the ransacked stores will not
of desegregated opportunities talk of Black Power and white 'produce morejob opportuni' ',' .- '
in education, em- blacklash. the observanceand ties. While the only pressure RALPH R. POSTON I LEVER 8-A

ployment and housing, plus success of the Equal utilized by the Urban Leagueare
Opportunity Day Dinner is those of facts and per-
counseling programs,sanita
than suasion, it recognizes and DICK FINCHER LEVER 9-A
tlon, recreation, and many more important ever.
other areas. The Greater MI- "Unfortunately, most of the commends other efforts
_. ami Urban, League, for al- constructive work of our Ur- under responsible leadership a
most a quarter-century has' ban League is carried on using constitutionally permissible STATE HOUSE OF
been devoting its efforts toward '\ behind the scenes, and not methods and seek- -
these ends on a year- in the spotlight. It is not ing the ultimate goal of a z
round basis." fully comprehended by the free, democratic and healthy MAXINE BAKER
Mrs. Glasser initiated the mass of Negros and even less society as does the Urban LEVER 10-A
idea of an annual Equal Opportunity by the average white citizenof League.
Day Dinner in MI- Miami," she says. "Greater Miami has had DICK RENICK LEVER II-A
ami some 8 years ago. This The Urban League is con- its great influx of Negroeswho
year it will be held at the stantly on the alert to stem have migrated from
small Southern towns. For CAREY MATTHEWS LEVER 12-A
many, life is better than ever
before but also, for many
Fii7 Call others, it is worse. Only the GERALD LEWIS LEVER 13-A
uninformed can. stereotype
Negroes in Greater Miamias
IS really' two communities;
one that is beginning to :

j achieve, and another that is WALTER SACKETT LEVER 15-A
.. : threatened I with collapse of ;
all human values and family

: AT PL 1-7502 breakup infested ghetto.in its Unemployment dirty, rat-- L, HAROLD G. FEATHERSTONE f LEVER 16-A

and cheap wages are
harrassing problems," says VERNON C. HOLLOWAY
For A Good Buy on Mrs. Glasser. "Unskilled LEVER 17-A

jobs have been evaporating.The .
jobs that remain open ROBERT
Organ, are construction jobs,skilled I LEVER 18-A
jobs, white collar jobs; and
Scott Stereoor for these the great majorityof ROBERT GRAHAM
Negroes is still un- P.' LEVER 19-A
prepared, or are excluded
of union discrimination. .
Orchestra cause -
Instruments "It is high time that the
Miami 'establishment'
recognizes -
that the patience of MARSHALL S. HARRIS LEVER 21-A
our Negro citizens is being
strained to the breaking .
., point They determined to SINGLETON LEVER 22-A
achieve their aspirations for
equality, for better education,
better jobs and better hous- GEORGE FIRESTONE LEVER 23-A
fng, for a richer,more mean-
ingful llfe"saysthepresldent
of Greater Miami Urban DAVID L. BROWER LEVER 24-A

League. .
Mrs. Glasser calls at-
tention to the fact that the i
Urba League has been in BOARD
existence nationally for more
than 50 years and is the only G. HOLMES BRADDOCK LEVER 25-A
civil rights organization
is fully staffed with profes- '
sionals. It has 1,000 of them FRE ; + tmG yfSL,'
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c'.at149ryf'y'4"9 l
all over the country,500 with ,I. LI. ,.
advanced degrees. "We ., "'I"m' ,,. _.. '
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VICTOR PIANOS & ORGANSCorner know how to go about get- :75"4"92'42'; .
and decent hous- ." .754-9152'\"f "
ting jobs 1{ .' ; l '. ,: f,
NW 54th St.&NW3rd Av*. PL 1.7503 ing and education,the thingsthe t f.t, ,.' ,,' .-..:;, .,IIt'f,, "
4 Or 2010 Biscayne Blvd. Miami FR 7-0401 Negro needs, she says. f'I:\ "Qo\> N ,!" ". ; '. 754-9232, : ,or 1575165Ronald .'
"We can get them through .. Pd.Pol. dV'
In Broward Coll JA 2-5131 or visit cooperation with the white :

1103 Eo.t Los Oloi !Blvd. Ft. LoudtrdoU JA 5-3716 majority., We can't get them R. Young, Executive
without it." Secretary Rev. T. Johnson, Chairmanagar

4... THE MIAMI TIMES, Fridoy, November.4,_1966 3

Unveils $100

Billion Freedom BudgetFor

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All People" .

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With an impressive array brace of prominent person: Freedom Budget' "were oo..? tr I r rV1 eJ 1y/ +r y''Y/l 1.rt
of dignitaries on hand, A. who represented millions ol ing m ailed to various organizations
Philip Randolph unveiled his the nation's religious,civil across the nation
conception of a $100 billion rights and labor people as the who in turn will mall the .1R a '
"Freedom Budget For All 84-page budget was unveil "Budget" to their followersto
People" which was developed to the press and to several spread as broadly aspos-
by a 11 inb r'of the'na'hundred invited guests. sible the details'of: the pros -i: ,

tion'sleading* economists Randolph were; Leon Key- .posal. Randolph, indicated q
and endorsed by nearly 300 serling, economist; Dr. Viv- that copies of the ttBudgetrwill ; +
of the nation's top personalities ian Henderson, economistand also be sent to President
in business, labor, reli- president of Clark College Johnson and other ranking !
gious and civil rights cir- in Atlanta; Nathaniel Government officials be- :
cles."The Goldfinger, director, the De-. cause success of the budget .
'Freedom Budget' partment of Research for the will depend upon cooperationand
demonstrates that the aboli- AFL-CIO; Aaron Goldman, financial aid of the Federal
tion of poverty its causes chairman, National Com- Government )t
and symptoms is not only munity Advisory Council,representing -
morally right but economically the Jewish faith; PARENTS ALUMNI \ t
imperative,"Rand- New York City Human _
olph asserted Salem Meth- Rights Commission Chair- EXPECTED FOR !
odist Church in New York. man William V Booth;Man NORTH DADE'S '
"It demonstrates that wecan hattan Borough President !
achieve full employmentandfull Percy Sutton; Bayard Rus- BACKTOSCHOOLNIGHT lx
production if we will meet tin, executive director of the
our unmet soda needs, if A. Philip Randolph Institute; -
Parents, -friends and _
we will clear the slums and Roy _Wilkins, executive di- _
alumni of North Dade Juniot T < ;
rebuild our cities, if we will rector of the NAACP, who, are in store. for a surprise on ,
provide the schools and hos- as chairman of the Negro
Thursday evening, Nov. 10.
pitals we need, if we will Leadership Council, spokefor when the "Back-to-school / :. 1! ".
purify the air and water, if the latter group; author night promises a different .t.; 'J" .
we will bring our trans- Michael Harrington, Dr. twist to an old event. 'II ,
portation systems and nat- Roy Nicholas, pastor of the The PTA and the American ,JI...... )
ural resources developmentinto Salem Methodist Church; Education Week Com- ,j ,I !
lIiiit. '
line' with our needs." Monseigneur George.Hig- mittee have prepared an evening ....; 'j ,
For Randolph, president gins, of the National Cath- in which parents and ..:, ...... : f: ; i;:" :.. ..
of the Insitute which bears olic Welfare Council, alumni will be the partici- a"t", "" I..ql. }
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his name and also president senting Catholics; Donald. pants in a very unusual even. -

of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Slalnman, director, AFL- ing.All The Dade County War on Poverty: has ,made this youngster more than happy;
Car Porters the occasion of North Dado's American
CIO, Department of Civil '
Vernon Sylvia, eleven-year-old newsboy who normally sells papers at the Seaboard
was a fit capping to the Rights; and Martin Gerber, Education Week activities
in 'Railway Station, was able to undergo a number of operations at Jackson Memorial
months of effort which was regional director, United are being incorporated a
put into detailing the budget Auto WorkersUAWrepre-) type of Homecoming week; All Hospital, to correct the crippling effects of cerebral palsy, with'the help' of blood
by the economists and other senting Walter Reuther. parents and alumni must be donations from Economic Opportunity staff members. Vernon, one of seven children
spedalists. Rustin indicated that present for this evening. for whose mother is now expecting her eighth,also kept up with his school work through
Randolph preced a, "thousands of copies of the adults only. po help'from''the'Cu line* Neighborhood Center,which saw to it that Mrs. Margaret Brown,

a counselor, brought it to him. The family, of 589 NW 22nd Street, is also getting
surplus food and home management help from Culmer.Vernon's father is a$40-a-week

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Cortella Mitchell of Chicago,travelling representative for the Wine Institute of 4 ..................
California, proved her point that "when wine enlivens the heart,friendship surroundsthe 4

table" as she presented a wide variety of California wines to Lawrence C. 4 THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND MANAGEMENT -
Woods (right), administrative assistant to Congressman William L. Dawson, (Dem.
I1L). The presentation was made during the weekly meeting of the Business
professional Men's Club of Chicago.Woods obviously is pleased with the Californiawine BROWARD COUNTIES.

presented during National Wine Festival. Vice President of the National Association ,
of Negro Musicians and President of the Chicago National Association of .., ? : S
Negro Musicians affiliate, Theodore Charles Stone (left), renowned baritone-concert ; M1k ;t to 4 ? t et '' t"X

giver, music critic and newspaper publicist was master of ceremonies. '
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Vote for your State Treasurer.Vote for Broward Williams.AbilityExperienceService rats erlwre iN i Nnt ?,


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14255 NW 22sd Ave., Oeo-locke MU 4617 1163 NW 3rd Avt. FR 3-84J6]
Broward Williams is YOUR man.. 24-year career employee } tt ttIn
Stats Treasurer's Office. .. voted by 1965 Legislature, 512 NW lit Ave. HellosJole.WA 7-2434 1675NW62iid St.0X62467
one of State's top three administrators..leader of t 1019 NW6th St., Ft. Loederdole JA 4-3357 4240 HW27th Avt. -NE 5-3466
vigorous programs for traffic safety education, retirees. t 17325 hWsteod Ave. Perrwe CE 5-3553 3801 Grond Ave. Grave. HI 5-1381
member of executive committee of National'Association
of Insurance Commissioners. t 1019 HoMondrill Rd. Ponpono- 3-3235

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KEEP HON. L. L. BROOKS, President

Broward Williams GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager

CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations DirectorRandolph

State Treasurer ': S..

If I OBI to enjoy o better life, others Best live better too" L. \.. Brooks

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4THE MIAMI TIMES Friday November 4 1966 .
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1 '.( I. EOF/ legal Services An. s

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Attorney- II
Irwin S. Tuterfas, Center \
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publlshor By By Booker T. H. es' 1 I\i\

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor To the average citizen in Dade County the court 1
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE City Editor system is somewhat confusing, and tightly so, for thereare We are on the verge of witnessing another first in

Mombor of the National Nowspopor' Publishers Association so many courts handling the varied and often complex the history of the state of Florida, the election of a
occasion the from the largest Metropolis within
which comprise our law. On governor the state
I SUBSCRIPTION RATES matters concurrent jurisdiction; that is to say Not only are we going to witness it, but our voters will
will have
ONE YEAR$5.00SIX MONTHS $3,00 FOREIGN,54.00 courts have contributed greatly to the overall results
handle a particular subject intta
1 that'more than one court can
end. As our present Governor has so plainly stated
Entcro/i 01 Socond Class Mattor, August 9. 1927 at'the Post or' problem. This article will discuss basically our contribution to the efforts of Miami's Mayor Robert it

Offlca at Miami Florida, undar tna act of March 8. 1876 aspects of a few of the local courts. thereare King High will be considered the Negro Bloc Vote. Our
of the Peace Courts,
Offlca fit 6740 NW 15th Avanuo Phon. OX 1.0421 The Justice to try civil Governor feels it was the deciding factor in the two
five in Pade County, have jurisdiction
fora previous elections and that it will accomplish the
be sued same
claims .to $100. Therein you can sue or
up election
results in the general on Tuesday.In .
THE ELECTION NOVEMBER 8 civil obligation for up to $100. The Justice of the an effort to' woo the Negro vote during the

We few from Peace Courts often known as J. P. Courts, likewise elections Governor opened pre
are now just a days away electing our vious our more campaign
y next governor and other officials to serve Florida for have jurisdiction: in the criminal field, and criminal offices throughout the Negro communities of this state

the next four years. Of course, the most important office warrants can be secured through these courts for the than any candidate' before him. The Negro bloc vote

to be filled is that of governor. There are two con arrest of persons committing criminal acts. to which he refer was at that time the object of his af.

testants-Mayor Robert King High and Mr. Clad Kirk, The Small Claims Courts in this county have fections. We can easily understand his hostility after
the Republican candidate.Mr. jurisdiction in civil claims up to $750. There are several spending so lavishly in the Negro community, and there
such courts here, being located in the Hade harshly rebuffed at the polls. In
High, having served for five terms or ten yearsas being so referring to
Mayor of Miami, comes freighted with experience in Courthouse and the Metro Justice Building. The Civil our vote as a bloc vote, our Governor failed to make it

governmental matters. In this respect, Mr. Kirk, a businessman Courts of Record, also located in the Dade County plain why the term is suitable. The community structureof
of civil matters to all Florida cities make the name bloc vote
Courthouse, have jurisdiction up our ap-
as far es we know, is inexperienced in such
matters.We. $5,000. plicable to either side, Negro or white. As long as our
The Dade County Circuit Courts have jurisdictionin basic city planning remains the same, the name will
have followed the campaign thus far, and civil claims in amounts over $5,000, together with always apply. An integrated society is the only answerto
again take pleasure in stating that Mayor High is the involving
sole jurisdiction in chancery or equity proceedings, the bloc vote.
better qualified for the office of governor. such matters as real estate foreclosures, divorce
The many newspapers and other organizations en- adoption, etc. The circuit courts likewise try The election of Mr. High is uppermost in my mind
dorsing the Mayor have, we believe, set a record for murder because I can't conceive any possible reason a Negro
criminal capital cases, such as first degree ,
endorsements of candidate. would vote for Mr. Kirk. I say this in all sincerity because
a and rape. The Circuit Courts are also located in the the man has made known his position. He feelsa
Mayor High has also been endorsed by 15 of the
Dade Courthouse.The .
County man's home is his castle. I too feel that a man's homeis
17 Florida State Attorneys. Criminal Courts of Record, which are locatedin his castle, but I also believe a man should have the
".. f Miami is proud of her Mayor. We are pleased that the Metro Justice Building, have jurisdiction to try choice of choosing that castle. A man should be able

most of our sister cities in the state have joined (he all criminal cases, misdemeanors and felonies, except to choose his castle from any area that to him would be

Dade County throng in endeavoringto elect Robert King capital cases as mentioned above. economically' feasible. Being against fair housing legislation

High as the next governor of Florida. The County' Judges Court, also sometimes called Mr. Kirk would prevent a Negro from having

-. Eighteen Florida newspapers have endorsed Mayor..I the Probate Court, is best known for its handling of this opportunity yet he feels every man's home is his
High for the office of governor. Is it possible that they probate or estate matters. This court however, as have castle. Is1 this double talk??

are all mistaken in their choice? many of the others, has many functions and varied >

,.* Just a few qu'btes: jurisdictions, including; jurisdiction over persons and Mr. Kirk accuses 'Mayor' High 'of' violating con
I 1 THE ORLANDO SENTINEL property of mental incompetents. These courts can be tracts and, to hold face to>face debates, but, if public

r: "It will be Democrat High and a Democratic legislature found on theird flloor of the Dade County Courthouse opinion concerning their I first encounter offers any Indication

and the virtual guarantee that all of Central Flo- In addition to the above courts, there are other violation of the remaining contracts on the

rida's hopes and aspirations will come true, or it willb courts such as local municipal courts, and Metro Courts, part of Mr. High can be considered an undeserved favor

Republican"Kirk"'and a roadblock legislature an done which,>handle matters dealing with, the provisions of by Mr. Kirk. He used his T.V. time to ridicule' Mayor
their charters.It High and the area he represents, our' area, while Mayor
heck of a mess in Tallahassee, which will reverberate
must be borne in mind that the above ref erences High was content to discuss the issues. This type of
in odorous fumes and failures all over the state
to who better informed than
are most basic, and not, intended to reflect fully the campaigning people are
from the Perdido River on the northwest to Key West in any generation before them shows how ill-prepared Mr.
entire scope of any court, and persons seeking particular
the south. information or advice on any court jurisdiction or Kirk really is. Everyone is aware of the problems, because *
Central Florida cannot afford such an expensive in another af-
i procedure, should seek competent advice and counsel. some way'or their lives have been
victory- for the Republicans. ?:, ..4' r > fected. From' elected officials' they: want results. Mr.

We have too much at stake. .. 1', 'I ,' '\\1: Kirk has offered no sound policies frbm which 'the'desired '
We've got to vote for and go with a winner. 4 results could be obtained.

Never in the history of this area have we faced ,t

such a brilliant future.It '.nation's. We don't best governors.ask you to, vote for Mr. High because he Mayor High has predicted that he would win by a
is illuminated with everything from a second has made very conservative margin (don't forget he is an ultra-
any special promises to us-which he hasn'ts.not .
Disneyland--a worldwide attraction-to the astoundingand liberal) of, approximately 150,000 votes. This estimateon
he has made
almost unbelievable flight to the moon. With a any special contribution to the part of Mayor High is good, because a candidate
'our advancement. But because he
state university and a United States Naval Training is better prepared t o should never overlook the fact that he is,subject to
lead our state in these crucial
Base thrown in for good measure. times, and give to edu- the final approval of the voters. One very live exam iie
cation, industry, and other phases of our growth the
There is much to be done in Central Florida and in r' type of leadership that is most desirable. of this can be found in our outgoing Governor. When
all of Florida to pave the way for all these things. Because .* one realizes that the voter is the deciding factorin

y actually, what we,do here at home--with our multi-., any election, and accepts the fact, some of the bitter
starred dreams6f Disneyland's magnetic drag on thenation's THE TAMPA TRIBUNE: ness is'removed from defeat. Mayor High however, will
i '? not be defeated and his should be
of victory
"First let dismiss the ideathat this margin
t desire for wholesome entertainment, and our us is a two-
party contest. well above the estimate given by him. If the people of
space age exploits and from our friendly and avail
Florida are as well informed feel the mar
I they are
able neighbor Brevard County will have its influence, Republican Claude Kirk is not running as a Repub as
gin should be the biggest in the history of Flaida'sgubernatorial
its bearing and its impact on all of Florida. lican. His billboards in Tampa do not indicate what
elections and I certain the Negro
These projects are going to need a friendly man party he belongs to, he never refers critically to the' bloc vote will be out in force.In .

in the governor's office, with a friendly legislature Democratic administration of Governor Haydon Burns

supply the minor necessities to make them function. and local Republican candidates say he never sees our haste to support Mayor High, we must not

That man is Robert King High, whom we endorse them when he comes to town. overlook the question concerning our sheriff's office.

today as the man to elect on November 8. The Republican candidate is running as Claude We are again being asked to voice our opinion as to

Mr. High is mayor ,of Miami. That's a pretty big Kirk, "businessman." There is increasing evidence to whether the post should be appointive or elective.

town. He certainly must have some capacity or he never suggest that his chief alliance is not with a political Since the outcome will effect all the residents of Dade

could have served in such an important position.Sen. party but with an individual: Haydon Burns. Certain County it should be decided by a true majority. What

Spessard Holland says that's good enoughfor Burns cronies expect to remain in their present jobs M ever your opinion is concerning the issue, it should be

him. "It would be a travesty to have a Republican Kirk is elected; and it is a fair assumption, we think, made known.
* * *
that the
governor sitting with a predominantly Democratic legislature most powerful influence in a Kirk administra-
," he says. tration would be none other than Haydon Burns. In last week's column I urged my readers to makea
list of their in hand,
favorite candidates and with list
And what's good enough for Florida's great senior This contest, then, should be viewed as one between to vote to
on their various selections. I was referring
senator, is good enough for The Sentinel. Miami Mayor Robert King High and a double what is commonly known as a In response, I received
High has the qualifications of a good governorfor personality we might call Haydon Kirk or Claude Burns'' the following letter from pony.Mr. Martin Braterman,

all Florida-and particularly for Centre Florida. LEST WE FORGETThis supervisor of elections which makes that idea one to

be voided: .
THE ST. PETERSBURG TI MES: will be quite an election. There are 106 candidates

"Floridians'should elect Robert King High their ; 13 amendments to the Constitution; a pro Dear Mr. Hayes:

next governor for four fundamental reasons; posed Charter Amendment and a proposed County Ordinance It is a pleasure to tell you that I thought your
He is a truthful, honest man, too forthright to make to be voted for. column in Oct. 28's Miami Times was well written,

popular political promises he, knows, he cannot keep. It is unlawful to carry into a voting booth any mechanical timely and important.This .

Through a long interest in public affairs, including device, paper or memorandum. Any person is a message I would have left with your

five terms as mayor of Miami, High has prepared violating this law shall upon conviction be guilty of a newspaper by telephone if I had nothing further to say
himself well for the responsibilities of the governor misdemeanor, according to Florida statue 104.19. about the column.

ship. I am sure that you are unaware that one point you

His positions on the issues are far more propitiousfor stressed in thecolumn is illegal. Florida Statue 104. 19

Florida's true than those of his opponent, Claude states in part:
Kirk of Jacksonville." "It shall be unlawful. to. carry into a voting

booth any mechanical device, paper or memorandum
MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE any person violating provisions

,The most important weapon the Negro has to attain MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY section meanor."shall, upon conviction, be guilty of a mlsde-

his rightful place in the sun is to vote. this
APPRECIATE I feel confident that will want to bring
no what
Therefore, ,next Tuesday, matter you may matter will help
to the
attention of readers. ,
.. be doing,'you ought stop long enough to cast yourvotefor THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. to avoid misunderstandings your at the polls-on election day.
Robert King High, who has proved by his Miami PLEASE PATRONIZE'THEMI!
record that he knows how to manage some details of Sincerely

government and promoted. could become one of the Martin Braterman,
.li Supervisor of Elections

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_..._ THE. MIAMI 'TIME Frid7ay, November 71/IT; ; 1 : A d:'1 & T S''

When Is A Negro

/ 'I

fl Not A Negro?

( When is a Negro not a in theschools are alsoc1assed
Attending the Southern Association Bi-Annual Negro? Washington's public as "white."
meeting at Atlanta,Dorothy Love reports an enlightening school system says he is Benjamin H. Alexander,
trip. It. was also the 25th anniversary of the esta- not a Negro unless he is born, Negro Board of Education
blishment ""of {he' 'Atlanta'School Library Services. of American parents.. members, said"That's great
Dorothy' 'found"'time'\ to visit 'some Miamiams who arestud'ing I Ir. In(hPahhual registrationby our racial problems are
in Atlanta: Ben' Guilford, Carlotta"'Rhetta, *'rait; -Americans solved.1 Alexander said thatif
I African Negroes are rally -
Yvonne Tillman and Gloria are classified "Negroes.
Josephine Holloway Allen
white and about 90
But Negro children of Afri- per
send big hellos to the folks at home.
can parents many of cent of American Negroes are
them stationed In Washington of African descent,Washing
Motoring down from ,Washington, D. C.? Alida andLouie as diplomats are ton's schools are overwhelm-
camPbell'retumed to the city.'Lotiie' will begin classified, J;'Y hite.'\e fi|y2 .Ingly.jwhjte ratber than overwhelm -
the season at. Tropical. .and. ;Alida- will return. .home, thi- s r. Chinese children enrolled fngly Negfo.
rl -
western 'round-up for Girl Scouts of Ixora 4. JAZZ NIGHTLYTHE
Neighborhood, Saturday,Nov. 19,at 10 a.m. Manor Park.

Let's go western! Friends of scouts are invited. IRA SULLIVAN FOUR AT

World Community Day will be observed today by ALAN ROCK'S JAZZVILLE
north and south divisions of United church Women of AT THE RANCH

Greater Miami. r.... Biscayne Blvd & 126th Street ;
.. ',-- ,. "..i A --',:;. w ..-, ... Jan Concert Sunday 4,30 and 7iOO I
ORCHIDS to the women of St. Thomas Episcopal 10(30
Sunday night Jam Session
Church on the Big Sister Program launched this week. PETE PONZOL QUARTET
The ten volunteers involved with the Job Corps applicants -
at St. Thomas are part of a new Big Sister Pro- -
gram planned by Women in Community Service, inc. Charles W. Dryden, manager of special projects for the
(WICS), a private agency that recruits and screens Pepsi-Cola Company of New York City, is flanked by
girs for the Job Corps. the Willie L. Galimore Memorial Scholarship Award win- > ) ........

ners during recent visit to the Florida A&M University
Elizabeth Jones and Clarice Littles,delegates to campus. Samuel Anderson(left), 1964 recipient is a half The Most Treasured
Girl National Council at Detroit, sent a "chilly,
Scout back from Miami, while Benny Johnson, the 1965 selec-
hello where the fall foliage is magnificently
crispy Name In
tee is an end from Hallandale. Drydeh was on campus Wigs "
colored Frost and the "weather glorious.
by Jack
planning for the 1966 Orange Blossom Classic. The

"IT AIN'T, NECESSARILY SO." Folks have ,said, scholarship award is presented during the pre-game
I can always tell who your friends are, because their show at the class by the Pepsi-Cola Company.Dr. .

names are,always ,in the column. Well it ain't ne- to
cessarily so, 'cause I include news from anyone who

calls or sends me a note even your daily papers and Mrs. C., E. Yaeger, Jr. (Carl& Ollie) were 1 .
can't print news if someone doesn't inform them : hosts to their teenagers, Eric, Gail and Neal and fiftyof
"OK?" .' .So you keep those calls and notes comingin their teenage friends on Saturday Oct. 29 for a Pre-
and I'll include them in the column .I. because I Halloween party.
want you to be included in Chatter that Matters, too. .a
Get well wishes to Ruth Culmer at Mt. Sinai, WHO IS EDUCATED? A,professor in Chicago is
Ireta Crosby, Margaret Adderly, Melvin Bain, Felix reported to have given the following test to his pupils.
Walker, Franklin Payne.Mr. He told them they were not really educated unless they
could say YES to all of these questions:
and Mrs. Floyd (Rudine) Brown of Detroit senda
big hello to James Hall and Mrs. Estelle Cunningham Has your education given you sympathy with all
of 844 NW 66th Street. Rudine is Jame's sister good causes and made you espouse them? S "
and hopes to visit Florida during Thanksgiving along Has it made you public-spirited?
with daughters, Rae and Grace. tHere Has it made you a brother to the weak? .I

Have learned how to make friends and to
for the funeral of Kemeth Butterfield were '

Mr. and Mrs. George Joyce) Engram of Daytona Beach; keep Do them you? know what it is to be a friend yourself?'
Susie Donaldson, Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Hampton of Ocala
look honest
Can you an man or a pure woman
and Mitchell Butterfield of N.Y.C. Sincere sympathy to straight in the eye? 0.1&i I
to the Butterfield family in the loss of their dear one.
Do you see anything to love in a little child?
Will a lonely dog follow you down the street ?
of the Museum f
The Space Transit Planetarium o
Can you be high-minded and happy in the meaner
Science, 3280 South Miami Avenue, will be open to the drudgeries of life?
public daily, beginning Friday, November 4. Programswill
Do you think washing dishes and hoeing corn is just
be presented at 4, 7:30 and 9 p.m. Monday thrown as compatible with high-thinking as piano playing or ,
Friday. Admission 75 cents for children and $1.25 for golf?

adults. Are you good for anything to yourself? Mr., WaltersMr.
Miss Mae Flowers and Mr. Gilford be alone?
Etta George Can you happy
Robinson were joined in holy matrimony Saturday morn- Can you look out on the world and see anythingbut Walters travels far to bring you the best
ing ''October 29 at St. James Catholic Church in Or- dollars and cents? wlqs the world has to offer Glamorous
lando. They are both students at FAMU. Gilford is the Can you look into a mud puddle by the wayside and human hair wigs with a qlow of luxury. co-
son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank (Francina) Robinson of see anything the puddle but mud? lors and styles that make: you your own ladyin
Philadelphia. Hallie, Theodore, Hortense and Cheryl Can you look into the sky at night and see beyondthe fashion. If nothing exciting has happenedto
Robinson also Eleanor Lewis Miller motored to Orlandoto
lately beautiful I wig by Mr.
try a
attend the wedding.The you
Can your soul claim relationship with the Creator?

Episcopal Churchwomen of the Church of the
Incarnation cordially invites you to attend its Tenth Now Two Locations
Annual All States Tea. Bring your family and friendsfor I I11II
an afternoon of wonderful entertainment. Mrs. Sheba { 6225 NW 22nd Ave.
Martin is chairman of states, and promises a grand time
for the
for all.
l! '4+,u ''IIili_ 6011 NW 7th AYE.
Happy birthday to Ellis Adderly, Ruby Tatum
Jackson Hosp. nurse), Mildred Mack, Cupidine Dean CHILDRENbefore ACROSS FROM THE CONTINENTAL CLUB
and Sands.
Reggie I tl I YL
Here from Jacksonville to visit her ailing aunt is Wig cleaning, cutting and restyling
\Maudell Oxendine. Maudell is the niece of Mrs. MinnieL. {'IdIII I,d, ;lll, {
Sellers, a patient at Jackson.
n MI, ,I pl+ ,' il ilIIII Phone
Eureka Chapter No. 46, O.E.S. invites you to attend .
its 14th Anniversary Tea at the home of Sister I{ A { r'I N II! the year
Ruth,Sands, 17135 NW 18th Ave., Op -locka on Sunday, 754-9820 6919689jF
Nov. 20, 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sister Louise Payne Cooperis
worthy matron. ; : "" > n.
fiMt: i"l 1 1"
runs out ; I' j; : { ':
:? : '
,,.t '. '
.' }
: .
ji "
Tuesday, Nov. 8 is General Election Day. Get a \ 't //11' : '
sample ballot, study it, so that you may vote intelli : ; -: :
gently. Remember you have five minutes to vote on our ; :0"'J ,S-'A'iL'E ," I
(Dade County) longest ballot, Voters will use two NAACP '
separate machines when they cast their ballots on 4' ,,,. join

Tuesday. .I IIIII Serving since 1909 ,9..' $.9 O Each

a $2.00 and up. Set your local I' ;fl ,
PROGRAM DATE LINES: Branch or send membership to: t : i,
: :JWO.WIG CASES, : ,, "
November- Junior and High school Red'Cross t t tNiti.niHmiitlflif .tti.iMvaflCinint ,: HEADS'REMEMBER'
r Enrollment Month ". I i!ih if, Colored Piiplo fiy': < r :TWO'STYROFOAM. : i:'
Nov.. 6-12 Cat week International 20 WKt Moth Str..t .
't. ,No Y. .If.Y. 1gora
Nov. 6-13 American Education Week t III WIGS MAKE EXCELLENT
Nov. 8 General Election Day GIFTS
Nov. 11 ,Veterans' Day

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6 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, November 4, 1966

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By Gwendolyn Laverne Ross

SAbol SCoops '(1/.
Facilities, courses, and application procedures''at Flor-
ida colleges were the topic of the"Florida College'Night"
sponsored by Palmetto High School's Guidance Depart-
ment on October 26, at 8:00 p.m. Representatives from the
University of Florida, Bethune-Cookman. University of
Miami Florida Memorial, and Florida State Universitymet
with prospective cblleglates In,discussion groups..>s.' Refreshments
were served following the meeting. 1
e e.
Good sportmanship and teanuhlp were the keys to
victory for Richmond Heights Junior High School's Volley
Ball Team over Glades, Palmetto and Riviera Junior High
School's teams. The schools competed in the years first inclement weather, the affair
ESCORTS ENTERTAINED ly.Ins pile of the was well
Volley Ball Sports Day at Glades. The Richmond Team
was chaperoned by Miss Carol Catley. The Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority began implementing attended and enjoyed by all. It was apparent that self.
Social Notes its yearly theme: "Training Today's Youth for discipline was the general rule. For this, we are proud

Weekend travel to various cities filled Mrs. Charles L.Tomorrow's Challenge" by entertaining the Rhoer Club of,these children.
Williams' (Mayme) October calendar. During October 7 and their escorts with a Record Hop in the beautiful Sorors present were: Taylor, Barlow, Strapp and
thru 8, Mrs. Williams attended a meeting of the Florida recreation hall of the Bonded Collection Agency recent- the Basileus, Sorer Vernika Silva. Bill Harris photo.
Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on
Civil Rights at Tampa, Florida. Then on October 21 thru
.23, Mrs. Williams left Miami for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ..
to attend a Board of Directors meeting of the NOW OPENA
Woman's International League for Peace and Freedom.
Enroute, she stopped in Washington D.C. overnight to
visit twin daughters Paula (Mrs. Stanley Barry)and Phyllis Guest House Named
(Mrs. Alfred Pleasant and their families.
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Get on board tenth, eleventh, and twelfth graders! Dinjies ParadiseCentral
Get on board tenth, eleventh and twelfth graders! V
'Vet on board tenth, eleventh, and twelfth graders! Air Condition Rooms with or tirlrr++'

There is room for many more Senior Girl Scout Troopmembers without bath Open 24 hours a day
in Troop 857. Meetings are held at the homeof
the advisor, Mrs. Gerald Pratt (Miriam) on Saturdaysat
4:00 p.m. Come aboard and help plan for a.year of) Ph. 633-9995 IF YOU'RE NOT THERE
fun and excitement '
Join us as we complete plans for attending "All the There are no better rooms on earth, than the WHO'LL PAY THE RENT?
Way. Home a play by, the Miami Actors ,Guild at the '
will find af'DUGIE'S PARADISE.
Coccnut Grove Playhouse on November 12, at 2:00 p.m. rooms you Now you family can have a lifeline hold on

(Karen Beese, Troop Reporter. ) Seeing is believing. The accommodations their home with Living Insurance Iron Eqvitoble.Ai .
Inside Our Churches tqiltoblt Mortgage rtpayiMM plan pays off
you'll receive you will find only in thi s
Christ the King'' Catholic Church will sponsor its sec, the mortgage if you die-Most important, it meant
ond annual "Pioneers of the Pines Carnival" on November brother. a contimiUg lift for your 'family In a home of f
11 thru 13 (Friday thru Sunday)' at the corner of
Colonial Drive and 112th Avenue..Reverend Father Joseph 2966 NW 41 Sf. their own.
Calamarla: S. S.'J. is priest DON FAGAN -311-5691 or 696-5017
Miami fla. Th. Equltabl Life ,Assurance Society of the
Dear Friend Unlt.d Slat... Horn Officct 1285 Avnu of th t
Your are invited to worship at the Episcopal Church of Americas, N.Y., 10019.
.. the Ascension every Sundy at,Tots Town kindergarten, Jamaica Dugie! Always a Friend.
14680 Bethune Drive Church: school )s. 8:00. I. .... "
-at. ejm. ---------- -- -: .. ,
Holy communion is at 9:00 p.m. ) < .
"''sl eerely-yo1lrw;'r''ri'''*,' r ":. ? '1 .w \ '
Rev. William Pickels, Vicar REGISTER NOW !

Confirmation instruction are given>4 adults at 6:30 p.m.
at the home of Mr. John E. Hatcher, 15030 Harrison PLAY ,
,,,Shci Oa4 wy 1kA + rJl"
+ HF SRMSh'm
Street, on Mondays. Telphone Ce 5-3864. SCHOOL } <*rHMmxt:
Confirmation instruction for children is Saturdays m i
given on -
at 10:00 am. at Tots Town Kindergarten., .Acolytes. 3299 Ntt 45 STREET ', i' KW; .wfr-sa**?* 'mMm&ft&

also meet_ .at this.time .. Miami Florida

Nursery & Klndtrjorttn & #*:*&$ v ''. jtf V A-Vii .r*
Licensed by 2
Florida State Welfare 44" ;
Cells ?I.'iP!

,tifliss ryor, k.ttwylc, ;4writi S g* ihfrm'in.C 634-3044, or 635-5233 .It

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691-1796 OR 6963302Mrs. 1


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Praise God f...

" aid VoteDemocratic 'I'I': 14310 N.W. 22nd Avenue

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All friends and :; :: ,,,,:,,, "', ./ .' II' .:'r." "
our .
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King High

And All Democratic r
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Sincerely yours, I w

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BOSWELL & MARIA ci. Acc s Ar-



IE MIAMI TIMES.- FridW. -November 4.. 1966 7

N IGI Thanksgiving Ceremony Set ..

-. For Miami StadiumMiami's

o 11th annual signed to give everyone the
Thanksgiving "Rededication opportunity, in these troubled
/ of Colors" ceremonies have times, to honor' our country
11 s been set for Nov. 20 at the and flag as well as rededicate

t! BY DAVE BONDU Miami Baseball Stadium, ourselves to hose great
2301 NW 10th Avenue. ideas which have\ made Ame-
Lt.; 0>1. Jack K. Evans, rica the envy of all," Evans
Is funny how commander,,of said.
things run across your mind. I was sitting the sponsoring
here wondering what to write about that would be Interest- Coral Gables Chapter, Mill Interested groups should
ing enough to hold your attention for a few minutes, I tary order of the World Wars, contact program chairman Col.
thought about a conversation I had with Former City of has invited all organizations Arthur E. Conn, 13790 SW
Miami Judge, and now Director of The Brownsville Community y with color guards tp partIci- 80th Ave., phono 238-6718 o r
Center EOPI Office, John D. Johnson. We were pate'in this patriotic;program, assistant chairman Lt. Ctndr.
wondering about the folks that used to keep Second Avenue r which will begin at 2 p.m., William" Murphy, 7 NE 42nd
alive. We talked "The observance Is de 'Phone 757-7090.
about those who have left us, and those St., :
who just strayed! to other parts of the world. Folk like:

Jack O'Dell, Vernon Harris, "Heads", "Stack", Jlnxby Y PICK
McCullough, Oliver Wendell Homes ("Lay-'em-down"),
Oscar Range, Scottie, #21 Everett Butler, "Flossie", Carl
Mitchell, Gerald Ferguson and so many others. And now
you never see: Evelyn O'Dell, Freddie Walker, "Poole",
Mitzi, Robert Barnett, Al Lockhart, Charlie Fisher, Dar-
nell, St. Clair Rogers (Sinky),Alex Stephens,Andy"Gump"Martin
and a host of colorful folk who made that avenue VOTE ROMA ,I
hum. Didn't a day go by that you didn't see someone
like The Late Great Nat King Cole, Louis Armstrong,

L'Steve____'.Gibson WL ., Billy h.. Eckstine_,_ _Slappy. White, Laverne Baker, :M
wan augnn, ana itzgerald, Count Basle, Lionel Hamp- ---- -

ton, TheTrenlers, Dinah Washington, Ruth Brown, DUce As the late Elliott J. Pieze, used to say, "Where The good wine for nice people
Ellington and you name them, they were there. In those Clyde Killens goes the crowds go." Halloween was
days, we were not wanted
on the other "side of the tracks"too
exception as an overflow crowd was in attendance at
much, and we struck closer to "our own". And these
folk were Just another person walking Second Avenue, popular Killen's presentation of his Seventh Annual
with a "hi" for everybody. Today, it is different. We can Masquerade Ball and show at the Sir John Knight Beat. AUTO INSURANCE

go anyplace our money can take us and enjoy ourselves, Billiee Jones (left) walked off with first prize .
Ch.ck our MW, lower raw and ,....da.
and these guys stay on the Beach because of the better honors while the second prize went to Miss Venezuela. ay

accomodations and service. There is no more f21 at th e'' i BO MMMfcBB BMl IMMEDIATE SRttt FILING
"Lord Calvert" to take.your suit to be pressed or your Briag this ad to our office and receive a free gift 'to

shoes to be shined. He;left'us long before Nat Cole did. Block Club Gets Traffic liahtThe D. Goodman and Son Inc.
I remember him going C medicine for Sugar Ray once. .. ,
We have lost a lot of our "colorful characters", faces have 62nd Terrace Busy .Street. "Insurance, Real Cffeat, Mortfaff"
changed, people change, places change, and even the whole See Block Club' happily tells* Act*Nowt! Start your Block Business member All People Democratic Club
contour of the city has changed. the progress story about the Clubs now! Call or visit the. 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 14)380
cross walk-light installed on Liberty City Neighborhood
,How many of you remember when the Mary Elizabeth NW 62nd st. and 18th Ave. for, Center, 6709 NW' 15th Ave.
Hotel was THE. Hotel? Then came the Lord Calvert and the children attending Charles 696-4350, and ask for the
took the title, and all of the stars stayed there.. Next to go Drew Elementary School. Block Club Organizer.
up was the Miami Carver, and the tide, moved a little The Busy Bees started SEWING MACHINE"REPAIR
toward it The lounge was swinging and the roof was working on this project in MISS SUNLIGHT
Jumping and Tom Collierwasallovertown.Then, a couple March of this year, they have SPECIAL"
ofj, years later, the walls came tumbling down. We did good reasons to be happy. CONTESTANTSThe Cleaned Oiled
ndt have to worry about going anywhere, and could All Block Clubs participating following are con- &
patronize a lot of the places (hot just the big hotels on the in the struggle for decent testants for the annual "Miss *Adjust Tensions

Beach); eat anywhere go to any movie; "don't have tori4e.ln water and street lights in the Sunlight" contest of 1966, *Free Needle & Belt Total Cost
the back of the bus, no mo". Yes, our Miami has Liberty City area can look Friday,. Nov. 11th at the Sir 1150
changed. We have made so much progress, and making forward to a hearing on the John Hotel Knight all Wiring
more each day. 15 years from now, somebody will say matter in a few months. John Knight Beat. Cast your *1 Year GuaranteeAll

"1.,wonder what happened to Henry Arrington, Doc Shir Kfrs.' Monica Hanna on NW vote for: Dorothy Burrows, Makes & Models .
le /'Clyde Killer.. ;'Garth' Reeve*, A.D.Moore;J.O.' Brown,' 69th St. received 'quick -re*_ A vies Nichols,Martha'' Brown,
F &"Cl68>iort, Donald'Wheeler Jones, Ml WynrI, Athalie ponse from the City of Miami ,Beverly ,Howard,,,Jennie B.. CALL H4-S242 OR, 6S1-62S8
Range, Eric Knight, Benny O'Barry, Charlie North, Dave Sanitation Department when Rhynes, Mary L. Safes,
&Mayme Bondu." These folks will be at the retirement her Block Club made a strong Delories Robert, Flora M.
were they will stay home and enjoy themselves, just inquiry about the seeminglyslow Jones and Earneatine Clent

coming down. the "mainstream" occasionally just to ride --trash collections on 69th scale. Let's have Competitive
through. At the,rate our city is going, I wound't be surprised
While we're at it, we are sorry to hear that another of our Government
if there would not be a SecondAvenue, at all. ThenI trumpet men, Mills, is in the hospital. We hope for him a
onder how Let's ALL the PeopleLET'S
many people will remember. speedy recovery. InourSaxdepartmentwehaveAl Shootes, represent
5 Elliott Flanders better known :Miller
( as flat-top), Billy GIVE NORTH DADE
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Lillian Stewart (he has played with many of the big bands), Blowers" -
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Mike GoodmanDr. "Spooky" Jones & Chester"Washington.' In the Rhythm REPRESENTATIONMILDRED
Of The Week: S.H. and Kenneth Johnson section are Harold Watson on Bass, Eric Knight on Piano; ELECT .
110 and McCoy on Guitar. In Trombone. section are Abe
t M.eeks, Lorenzo Kennedy. That is the big band. If any o(* : BUTLER LEVER 13 B
Jean and Morris Cohen who have been nijt very dear'frtends .
: '
the clubs or Fraternities, etc.? would like' to employ this:
for the past 15 years, operate a grocery store in big band for a dance or something, just call me. That'sall REPUBLICAN NOMINEEFla.
the Negro area at 20th Street and 6th Avenue. :They were there is to it. You have asked for a big band in Miami, House of RepresentativesAny
there long before Mayme&, I came (6 Miami, andhave and you know that we have some musicians here, let'suse registered voter in Dade County can
had the of the in their hearts and minds.
always plight Negro
them and give them the jobs. The big 18 piece bandis ..
They have been true friends, not only to us, but to many, yours, people of Miami vote for me. '
many people of our area. It is a terrible thing when peopleare ANY REGISTERED VOTER IN DADE
wrapped up in "someone" and will do all they can to
help that someone, and they are hurt and humiliated them QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Monday nite is the COUNTY CAN VOTE FOR ME.

selves, because of it. They are well liked and much respected big night at the Knight Beat, when Clyde "The Glass" l Let's elect our officials in the general elec-

In_our area, and recently when discussing the supposed Killens presents his Hurricane Boys in Masquarade. He tions not in primary.Reelect .
"riots" and the Committee to stop same, we suggested that Is just about sold out of tickets, already Mrs. Pearl ,
the small business operators and other members of the community Kirkland dropped a note to me saying thanks for havinga
be placed on this committee becauseoof the willing- junk car removed from her door. She asked me to thank
ns of people to talk with "folks they know." This is born Mrs. Silby of the County Manager's office for the quick
out! by a letter we received from Jean and Morris concerning action. Cards arestartingtocomelngivingme the locations .
a phone call to them saying there was going to bea of these cars, and I thank you for your cooperation. .
possible "disorder." This was quite evidently quelled be- Note to Melvin Reese, our City Manager, and Mr. Jimmy
cause of their prompt action and attitude. Charles Whited, Christie: would you please have cars moved from 1209
of the Miami Herald, printed a letter from the Cohens, N.W. 3rd Avenue; Ditto to Mr. Porter Homer, our County '
on August 16th, which suggested Community sponsoredCivil Manager on junk cars at N.W. 81 Street & 13 Avenue at#
Patrol for boys in each area, from 15 to 18 years of and 81 Street & 13 Court. Your taxpayers say that these fem.
age. "This would given them a feeling of pride and also are eyesores to the area in which they live Myrtle
begin their training for better, more constructive future Harrell drops a card and says she would like a mixtureof
lives. They could say that they are proud to be a part ofthe classical music at Manor Park on Sunday afternoons .
community and not against it". Patrols could be formedto just as soon as Mrs. Range finds out what the majority ..
make it safe for women, children and older people to of Miami residents want, these concerts will be started.
walk the streets without fear". This is one of the best ideasto All right, friends, let's keep those letters and cards rollingin
come along in a long time.We are hoping that the Com- As you read this, I will be in Nassau, again. Gone
munities will take these suggestions from two wonderful peoplewho this time with Miami Dolphin "intercepter", Willie West

have raised three lovely children in our area, (Their and his wife, Delores. Will check in, of all the places, The Congressman
older daughter, Goldie, is now a Social Worker In New Dolphin Hotel, where Manager Charlie Berglin will have

Orleans, La., ) and we are proud to have them as friends.I Mr. and Mrs. West as dinner guests Cynthia Knowles,
ftiust say, also, that they have trained many of our young assistant to Dr. Albert Edwards, belongs to a club that is
men in grocery departments, including butchering, and getting a civic program going where they are securing DANTE B.FASCELL
these young men are much better off for this help. blood donations for the dry blood bank at Christian Hos .
pital. Special note to BTU who owes me $20.00: Give a

pint, of your blood to Christian Hospital and I'll]) call it
teacher and who is known for his
a)Eric Knight, pianist,
even, otherwise I will call you chicken and spell your
has become the conductor of our big 18 piece
quiet ways, name out in big letters (red ones for red blood for Christ-
what call master musician. He is a composer -
band. Eric Is we a
ian Hospital Willie Black, the only Negro Pro of a
well. I mention this to let knowof
and as you
Municipal Golf Course In the South is
(Tampa), being
this fine talent that he possesses and give credit where
honored November 5 & 6th, along with two members of
credit is due. AI Shootes, another school teacher from Richmond his staff, when they their beautiful hole "THE NATION'S HARDEST -
open Championship -
about the best Baritone Sax in the
Heights, plays
course. One of the local Ford Dealers there, Bill
1, ..iness the 18 together. Trombonist,
helps keep pieces
Currie, Is 1967 Ford
giving a as first prize In the tourna-
A Meeks time well known personality,was actually HARD FOR YOUI
long ment. This is the Roger's Park Golf Course, in Tampa,' ,
the father of the idea of having this big dance band. He Florida. .
arfd I got the guys together and the other musicians came PULL LEVER I-A
right in. These other guys do their share in making this

band shapeup: Sam Wilson, Art Mackey, Art .Johnson, Till I get back from de Island, chile, y'all' live life, Pd.Pol.Adv.It .
/Donald Terklns, and Hob (Cameron hall on trumpet. every golden minute of it. l I'KACh: :! -


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 4, 1966 9

Phil OssoferAt

74$1@r1i1raxck t
( various times, columnists K I
} o.
7k ?yM
use guest writers. In
view of the fact th at next week

November 6 through 12 I I: "
I .is American Education
I Week, and since education is
'j\\ wai I so vital to our country, I felt -L&
that an article on this important -
subject should come
Luscious cooking makes swinging parties J! from'the pen of an expertone 0p _
who is engaged in the
SOUL FOOD '66 teaching profession. Thereof w

fore, I have asked (Mrs.)
"Soul Food" is the "in" food
lately, both here Margaret Parrott, teacher at
and abroad. You'll find it served in some of the finest Douglas Elementary Schoolto

restaurants. This type of food has been around for a write this column on A- ar a

long, long time, but just recently has ,it gained the merican Education Week.).
worldwide popularity that it is now enjoying. Perhapsit Douglas School Set For

is reaching these heights because of the convenience American Education Week

of modem day frozen foods. Most of the recipesare Formal education in America -

so much easier to prepare. began with parish

Heading the list of soul food favorities are black- schools in New England and
their desire to teach the principles
eye peas and rice, or Hopping John as this recipe calls of religion and laws of;
it. There Is no longer the bother of soaking the dried the country.Today formalized

peas overnight and boiling them for hours, or trying to education has a much
find fresh ones. Frozen black-eye peas are always wider scope. We wish our -.-- 'C"IIIII'" : _

available and are all ready to cook. schools to develop the potentials Sears Roebuck has joined the War on Poverty in Dade County with a lift'to the

So treat yourself' family, or friends to this bit of their most of children effective self so that Small Business Development Center of the Economic Opportunity Program, Inc.
the old south. The combination of seasoned blackeyepeas be realized. Executive of the Sears Northside Shopping Center store took time out to teach

and rice is a perfect main dish with a "whole lot Public schools play an, SBDC trainees all about selling, the appearance of a salesman, store policies and
of soul. important role in developing how to keep sales as well as other store records.Thirty-seven trainees participatedin
HOPPING JOHN children to meet the challenges the course and went home not only smarter but also with a Rift from Sears. Other
of our changing modern enterprises participating in the program are: Roosevelt Savings and Loan

1 frozen society. Not only do Association; Lincoln National Bank of Miami; United National Bank; Food Fair
package (10 oz.) black-eye peas
teach valuable
they factual
Stores; Associated Grocers; and the Credit Bureau of Miami.
1/3 cup (about 3 oz.) diced bacon information, but also they

1/4 cup chopped onion are opinion formers that de-
1/4 chopped celery termine the direction of A-
1 bay cup leaf merica's citizenry long after tier r sMA, ,I../1..1./1.//1..I..I..1S..N..b.- ;.....
schooling is terminated. The
1 cup Wiler: : Miami Times :
task of public education is I ? f .
\ cup packaged pre-cooked rice; .much broader than that of tM: 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue :
Cook the frozen peas as directed on package until ten the early schools in the Mas- ,'. '
der-about 45 minutes. Fry bacon in saucepan untilcrisp. sachusetts of 1648.November e: Miai, Florida 33147,..'" : :
r "
: :
Add'onion and celery cook until onion is lightly, 6-12 is Amer- 1 Dear Sir ..
: : tw ,rl :
lean Education Week. It is '
browned..,Add bay,,leaf and cooked peas; cover and simmer ,
5 minutes. Stir in water and rice; bring to a boil, hoped of that public through school systems the efforts C Enclosed please find the.sum of 'J_ l lto

cover, and simmer 5 minutes 'longer. Fluff with fork throughout the Americans
country cover rite; cost of to
a _: subscription ;
before serving. Makes about 4 cups or 4 servings. cay better see the

task formalized education, the Miami Times :
General Goods Products Used: Birds Eye Black-Eye and how they might share in .
the work to be done.A Mail Paper To *
Peas and Minute Rice.
school that is planning Smiling Eddie Lee Pitt-
to make this week -an informative man popular local businessman l- Address -
is Elementary I is the new',own-
one Douglas
er of the Dive-Inn flat City State___ZIP Code_
School, 312 N.W.., 1772 NW 79th St. Phone :
12th Street. Various leaders' 9l-9431. He invite* all ....
have been invited to speak his old friends to come Six Months $3 (X) One Yr.,$5 00 Two Yrs. *9.'>> I
before the pupils.. IncludedIn ami meet new friends. 1
this list are: Rev. Edward Kveryone welcome Imlf MI..1111.II..I.II/.1./.111.11.1..11..111..
Graham, pastor of Mt. Zion
Baptist Church;Terrace Hill,
student at Booker T. Washington

Police Ernest Department Hayes High of School the; and Miami; Mcs.Mr.. BUYING A NEW CAR ? ?

Athalie Range, commissioner -
i +
.ltOt of the 'City of Miami.
Parents are also invited to If /1.
visit the school on Wednes-
day-during open house from I
8:30 to 3:30, and again at \
night for the public meeting
This combination of seasoned black-eye peas and in the caletori m. A film,

rice provides a perfect main dish for, family or friends. "Guiding the Growth of Children -

Hopping John, a, real'soul l dish, is prepared the modern ," will be shown, and I 1 .,
children will perform in demonstrations -
with convenient frozen_black-eye peas.
.., of teaching
procedures. The public is SAVE
also lnvitedtovlewtheschool I

TIMES ADS BRING RESULTS display which will be in the I
window of the Atlantic Fur-

niture Douglas panel Company.A School of teachers. add to from the finance Your Car with Our

special activities when they
speak on WMBM Radio'at
ftYES 1:45: on Sunday, November I
6. They discuss the child I
and the world of tomorrow.

1. Shop around for the car you wont. Bring us the

ll I make, model and price
BUILDING SERVICE TO I 2. We will okay your loan quickly and with no red
tape. Our loan policy is very liberal we wantto


YOU CAN DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT CALL STANLEYPL 3. Interest can be as low as 4'/j% on a new car, and

VOTE o I-ISI4 payments for as long as 36 monthsthe lowest
Booutlful Homo.
Built on Your Lot ( J I payments possible. We also make loans on used
or OursAttract r cars up to 5 years old.

{.. Altero-
tions and Addition t

Your Worn Out
HOUM and Build a
Lovely Now Homo [1] OF MIAMI
Coll U. for Fact. About First fully integrated bank in the entire Southeast"
Building right here in the Edison Financial Center

Good Bank Financing 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 759-4431

inc. Monday Tue doy., Wednudoy, Thursday 9;30 om to 2 pm; Fridays 9:30 om to 2 p"

LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER Lice.... I..".. I f end S pen to 8 pm. Dnwo-ln Window open Monday thru Friday 2 to S pm; Saturday 9 to ...

I "00)1\,
APPOINTIVE Pd. Pol. Adv. 888 N. t E. 79th Street
Miami, Florida Member! F.d.-01 nuor"( System and Federal Dpolt Insurance Corporotion.JI



10 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, November 4, 1966

Our Boys in the Carver t

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Armed Forces I News t'f

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AIR FORCE .', .:, :: A3C Johi)'Farringtbn, son Post. No. 8195 meets Sunday,
NOT 6 at 5:30 pun. Members,
of Mr..JQd Mrs RobertJarrington *
Six :M Ys 'High j 'School of 746 NW 69th St.,please be 'present at ,4816
graduates and one other South Folia Boydis
Pembroke Road,
is home on 20 days leave after
Dade man have chosen Air commander.
Medical Adminis-
Force careers during the
month of October, according tration School at Sheppard Lodge No. 542
AFB, texas. After his 20-
to Cutler Ridge Air Force Nov. 4 at
meets Friday night,
day. leave will be assigned
vhe ,
recruiting officials, Choosing 'the Masonic ,Hall ,on, Pern-
j to Tens,AFB; Fia. his first;
the, general career aptitude: Johnson, W.M.
; choice of assignment after;.broke Road. C. .
aria for enlistment
were -
Ponce L. Jones, 14281 PolkSt. school. Airman Farringtonwas The Tenth District Pa-
a graduate of Miami North- :
.; Freddie Richardson, rents Teachers Association
10750 220th Robert A. western High School in June
SW St.; District meeting will convene
Taylor, 14900 Monroe St.; and 1966.k Airman Farrington entered -at Attacks High School,. 3500W.

Willie B. Jackson, 21411 SW June J966.ENTERS the. US Air Force in 22nd Ave.,Hollywood,NOT.
110th Avenue. 12. Registration begins at 8

work- "--- --- -
interesting -
a.m. A very
Selecting training in the has been planned for recordings of New York the
U.S. shop you. Thousands of Gospel singing Consolers many City; Supreme
Air Force's mechanical aptitude Mrs. Elizabeth Williams, president lovers have turned out in and their fine LP's have Angels of Milwaukee, Wis.
area were Charles L. AIR FORCE ; Mrs. Easter Robinson, numbers to witness been rated with the best. and the Bells of Zion of Miami.;:
Flowers, 10060 SW 176th St.; large
reporter. Incidently, the Consolers One of the three door
and Robert Mays, South Airman Marvin L. Harrington programs by the Consolersfrom
Dade Labor Camp,Home stead. son of Mrs. Laura Harrington Attending the Ministers Coast to Coast in this prizes that will be given
Also selecting mechanical of 916 NW 2nd Ct.'" country as well as Canadaand will present their 14th Anni- away is now on display atNorth's
and Deacons' Union At-
training was Samuel West, entered the US Air Force on the Bahamas. Audiences versary program on sunday* Travel Bureau. Advance
lantic Baptist
Coast .Asso- .
22330 SW 114th Avenue. West Nov. 1. He will go to Texas like the ones in this photo Nov. 13 at 3 p.m. at Bayfront tickets are now on sale
is the only non-Mays High. for his basic training and then ciation which met at have not only helped to make Park Auditorium. Featuringsuch at ,North's Travel Bureau,
School graduate, attending will be assigned in the mechanical -zer, West Palm Beach last the Consolers one of the outstanding artists as Ernest Record Shop, Harlem
high school in Vienna, Oa. field, the field he weekend, were Rev. and Mrs. well known gospel singing The Gospel Harmonettes of 'Drug Store,, Pratt's Cleaners;
and A-
:selected before his enlist E. J. Clark Rev. J. Ala. Madam Edna and Grand
and attractions of today, but have Birmingham, Pharmacy and
of Central
Butler Baptist
ment. Airman Harrington wasa been responsible for the continuing Gallman Cooke Washington, Thompson' Grocery in Per-
Following six weeks of graduate of Booker T. the Rev. I. W. Hepburn of Alstars rine
and rising sale of the: D. C., The Brooklyn
basic training at either Lack. Washington High School in Star of Bethlehem. Both
Jand or Amarillo AFB, Texas; June 1966. For further 'information churches are located in West -

the men will'be assigned about your opportuni- Hollywood. Gospel Singer Clara Ward To Sing For Troops
Air; Force Technical Training ties' in the U.S. Air Fore -
Schools or on-the-job please contact MSOT Bill
training at an. Air Force in- Randall at 109 NE .5th St. or ... PHILADELPHIAGospel, tion. She will leave from Los songs will help uplift their
singer will take Angeles on Nov. 9 and begin "
stallation. phone 3791702.. 'ill SOUTH Clara Ward spirits.
.. s.-* her troupe to Viet Nam for a the, tour of Army, Navy and
DADE NEWSOn .month's tour of the battlefront Air Force installations on.

...,....,'. .II .: .,. Is:\.. to entertain the soldiers. Nov. 14th.
'. .. 'ii Perturbed ,over the fact "Until a few weeks ago,.
,. ). i*t. that few Negro performers I never realized how des-
Sunday, Oct. 30, Prosperity have made the journey to the perately performers were HIM
Lodge No. 10 spon- Far East nation where American needed over there to boost 1490 On Your Dial
sponsored a tea at the home and GIs of other nationsare the morale of our fightingmen BLANCHE CALLOWAY
r of W. M. Mathis Center. Mrs. fighting on the battle- ," she said. "I feel that PRESENTS
Ella Bell Long was the speak- fields, Miss Ward cancelled' the Ward Singers can help''
er. The theme for the tea was, PROGRESS REPORT
out five weeks engagements give the men a touch of home
"Hope, Charity, Loyalty," to take up the offer of the as our music is religious and 1 Times Daily
Mr. Victor Bain gave the observation United States Department and our special treatment of their
and Miss Almeta 8 U.. 1:55 and 10 p.m.
the United Service Organiza- favorite hymns and gospel
Saunders was mistress of

ceremony.Mrs. .

Maude Daniels and; t1 nu; )i{' { '. ,
,daughter, Martha of 1005 Sump -, i"A i" ", mere Ave., Bronx, N.Y., was : 4: '} ,

', here Martha side for of Shackelford.her 14 days ill mother at She the, bed-Mrs.was !rr) OUR lF: ED ISfdGILE:

in Baptist Hospital, but is recuperating ,

I ..w- family is asking at home now. The f i.l'i. *?I; f\ : d -. >:.. > irfi.'Yf: : -.._,. ,; : 4 ::* ':"
your prayersfor
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".,' 1' ..'," ..J..'. ,. was Missionary I ; ',' -- 1. ... Day at Hurst Chapel AME : t.. Church, Perrine. ; :, .. '. ,; (I '
:- "" : The morning \j .. "" < { ... < .
..,.. .Wi... .: speaker was Mrs. Eliza ff.jJi 1! : Jo .
: A"
.. ']b.. beth Watson, and a talent program :J LE : ; : ; < \ :>
,. .
:- !Jf was presented during +: .1 j'fr" \ :

'...., .: _'.' .. : ::: the evening. Everything was !!f, tf. it ...4':. ...";;>/!:>{". .'"" "I/O'ij\j'7 .II'k" ',,' .. ...'J" 'Io''t'"'' .,:t, ."'. nyI
very interesting. Thanks to 'nr i'lr. fffi"h. ., : ',,, '
-! 1. 't"/f 1ir.'tI!0 #. : ",t .. V',. r 'I '
everyone for helping us spiritually I\ :"f' ( ''"Ii'W. :. .. .\ .
Former Alvin Roberts of Mrs. Emerald ; ..:'': .,. ",.
and financially.Let \111'1:1 ;;.'!:. ''ill- '.I' .: .
Roberts of 6526 NW 14th Ave., serving as a machine us pray for ourmemberswho I .tJ.' Lt. : : '

gunner with "Hotel" Company, 2nd Bn 3rd Marine Div., are serving in Viet ,,'j\:, *

FFleet Marine Force in Viet Nam, was recently promoted Nam and for the sick and : '
Ito Lance Corporal with his unit. Roberts is a '64 gra- shut-ins, Rev. W. J. Allen, .

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I THE MIAMI TIMES.. -Friday. November .A.., 1Oa L 11
telle of Manhatten, are planning a Bahamas tour come
I December. Estelle will vacate her chores at Lincoln Hospitalfor
eA 4
the trip. And Reggie wilL at a later date, begin his piano
offerings at Brickell Avenue's Stuff Shirt Lounge come
Dec. 15.THE.

show crowd during the fabulous Impressions outing at the 1 on 1[+
Knight Beat Club a few semesters ago, that the house's
whiskey tab hit a new low the hustling waiters and
waitresses just couldn't sidestepthe mob to reach the cust-

I omers. The cash tills didn't begin to ring out loud until_

the second show after the first-nighters began filing out ,.r.rt lTRL6
MIAMIBut It'. My Town! thru the exits which, of course made Frank DuBois DtVLRT DRUG

CREDIT WILLIAM HADDAD AND ROBERT CLAM. verry happy Opa locka's 22nd Avenue strip, whose
for the thorough research 6750 NW $th AVENUE Harold Jolllwllr. "Manager
PITT campaign forth of
put in face-lifting a few semesters ago added a "new look"to
their successful efforts which led to the nomination of Mi the area, is now applying.another "daylight variety"
ami's Mayor Robert King High as the Democratic
gubernatorial makes the Opa-locka night scene a rhapsody-ln-blue years'
candidate Nov. 8. Bill and
are young political absence since the untimely death of Elliott J. Pleze, theparade'
geniuses which our mayor discovered at an early date first marshall Nassauvian Gladys Eldon, Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE

Rumor persists that a local nightclub syndicate is negotiating TIMES No.4 office secretary of long ago (and I might add,.
towards annexing several bistro-links to its all ready one of it most -MR. JACK"
? proficient) returned to her native land
chain of hot A
lucrative spots. monopoly is prevalent last Friday via PAA FOB
after Flafler
a Street shopping tour.
towards stretching out along this sector main vein and
I reaching far out into Its extending arteries. Three factionsare And just for the sake of the records, I'd like to report STYLES FOR ALL ACES
competing for "survival of the fittest." that Muriel Davis was No. 1, Ora Reesewas No. 2, Edythe Tli. Very L.t. l .. M..'. F.......
Wars was No. 3 and this reporter was No. 5. Oh, yeah! SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
And that's it, folks, from your one-man-newspaper who ITALIAN SHOES
knows everybody and everybody's racket, but who will -
Jme RECOMMENDED: PIANO MAN COUNT BASIE and continue to bring you this pillar of piffle, as long as you 944 NW 2nd Are. Miami, Florida
' his "One O'clock Jump" band goes into the Knight Beat. continue to read it! j

s.\ Friday and Saturday _nights (Nov. 4-5) Clinic. Young -
ni.br. Dr. Burton Feinerma,the 15-year-old hospital's new owner, : :
chose "Opa-Locka General Hospital" as its new monicker.
'en Dedication ceremonies were held Tuesday Oct. 25 1-r.1 ? j SI SHIN

\atd. A local daily, in its report of a Negro police officer, who
,d.Ie I nvestigated a recent case, referred to the gendarme at RINSO
JU, 'detective' Archie McKay. Ironically, McKay is one of / ,rMII
nine Negro police plainclothesmen whose pending lawsuit : 50-0Z.
mrs aims at getting the City of Miami to erase the name
; of plainclothesmen and rate them the status of detective. I

er- i S t Li CITY 59 c

- A MUSICAL PACKAGE OF H UG BAND talented proportions
is on its way to Bayfront Park's aduit Sunday after L
noon Nov. 13,.at three o'clock. The entertainment palacenear _

pS Biscayne Bay, in all probability, will'be expectingto _ N'r M'M ..
AYtNUI_ AT{{M{T Itrgtll w
house musical greats both on and off stage during owo"ri.A0Y n__ t P
'if t his hectic November afternoon. You see, there's gobs of S Pvu wT ;, ;Y nut cut oNa.P r, alts 0,9
singing, dancing, musical and acting talent around our CHUCK
village, who will be si tting in the audience just dying to ROUND ,- aT PROM PUSH J ---
see and hear the professional efforts of the Miami Consolersand I STEAK ;. YO< a PORIC ROAST w.oI

Bells of Zion, Birmingham's Gospel Harmonetts, tIS. I_$ Rouo ., .:, '9 1i Lo1N CINTOI eR .... .... n 840SMtO.
Washington, D.C.'s Mme ,Edna Gallmon Cooke and the ./ TIP.. ; ....... aluck LMT.
All Stars from Brooklyn. What a jam session this should OTTOM ROYNO '' .t .- cHops $TEAK .
turn out to be! You just can't afford to miss Itl! ROAfT : !
iSs :_.
M ---511 .0At CALI" I. M.DlLlll'' ... It soul
:, .::y-
$ ... ... lEi !I!
S RUV THI FARTS YOU PRiriRB lL u ==-- '7:" !roII'I' !
to the rumor that a popular Pittsburgh weekly has its All CUT FROM ORADI "A" PRYIRIM P.rk hrtt DAINTUI ia 71' I'.CIILU
Florida edition printed in Miami at a Hialeah printing lt. e* ? lit wm.. onnmwiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii R .1 -- 9
A .. 2
r "UT TI.i .ItzAaos {RCANIAT :.::: r IU ... CIW
plant! And that the local presses are threatening to stop M uaaTIaS. II' ;LMaO;
.51'' VYL .15'' =
rolling because of financial difficulties Retired Miami .-- r
Police Sergeant Clinton Williams one of the mostbelovedto = III :; c"ci: V 1St OACa4Ict =:. :: 51 CAa..r Y 51'' ;;

wear the City of Miami police shield, is now manager 11111111111111:......S\. ....uss.Ua. ..
of apartment unit that flies the Florida Realty banner ..........................
And patrolman David Flincher, who recently resignedthe fa .: PEAS
Department, is now an investigator fo r the EOPI I'
poverty program Billy Eckstein (that's the correct ... PIAR-APRICOT-PRACH : 599
spelling) at the Eden Roc's Harry American Show Room NECTAR
Sam Early his Hammond Organ and his Sweet Daddiesat
the Tomboy Club A popular rendezvous for the SLICED CHUNKS CIUSHID U OZ. CANS : !

'hideaways' is' Brickell Avenue's cozy and intimate Holiday o v { .
House and Miami's 'who's who' and professional 'HOICI VDUIt 5 CA' uuLIMV : .
big-wigs choose Raffa's Lobo Lounge along Biscayne .0. : LInn aAiDIN 5 1101 JIll 99 .:

Boulevard as the place "to be or not to be seen." : BARTLETT* 4 *iioz. B9> jHOkl : VlonAILII LI...... : CA" ,. :E,

t w NRNCLC'AM STYLI .............., PUMPKIN 2 CANI 45' :

1 if City Commissioner M. Athalie Range becomes Miami's CORN sAUiAOt 4 AON'' 89 T CARROTS cAN.'I!
first Negro Mayor, don't say I didn't tell you!!! Street E 8"- u..r'. :
Scene: Rev. N.F. Clark of Sain Matthew, being led across cAoo L .r's CUT 1101. 99 : :::. STIWtD 4 1.oz.. 99 :
: 5 C "I':' ,
busy thoroughfare of Northwest Third, as he ambles CAN = Off .......................nnu.
into the office of Dr. John 0 Brown, the eye specialist ...,'.
moved into the Cross roads corner formerly occupied by / I I !TOMATO CATCHUP 5 : 99, ; 3 POI S I ,
Perry Florist, all ready has been burgalarized twice. The .
store is not yet four weeks old The death of Bishop IL
J.D. Williams of Brownsville,ended the useful life of Miami's NOT[TU.DAY... : fluff SALMON = 7 9C IApOT I n.LII. .
first Negro Church of God minister The late Ruth Nov. [ N ...... .
tolebrook-Auston's pretty daughter Josephine, has her E POTTED MEAT I 0 It cNI'y::01 : PIES
sights set on a too-soon altar trek.. And Delores Frobes, : AllVAiirms
secretary at North's Travel Bureau, and Jerry McKinney u.w'. ''''II'l u..Y'.
of Buena Vista Ga. will tell their troubles to a preachercome our Ilm 1m STEW AGHETTIRRRR.9 ; .

Easter Sunday at New Bethel Baptist in Liberty I- : !
City. 2 99399E[ .

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who looks 20 years younger than yesterday, and Dr. ; u'". FANCY OOLD _
Howard Hadley luncheon rightsiders at Rosedale : 7) L, =
Delicatessen Charles C. North and Levi Johnson in e 1. L VeatJiQt/4 i
conversational combat Ulysses Bragg and Willie Lit. LI.
tles in yesteryear's gossip hangover Dr.; Ira P. Davisin CAN U7' /7 APPLES
consultation at North's Travel Bureau with plans for .
housing segments of the Orange Blossom Classic's 34th : HIU'I MtlVATI STOCK : Fh rI r

annual December throng Canary Hayes holding her : COFFEENAVYBIAN& BAa 4 C r
own as a beauty doll) as she converses with two younger r : IILL" I =
versions of the same beautiful variety. Richard (Dickie) : LI. S 11011 1 =
Smith of EAL, convincing a flight passenger that he'll : CAN S ,, -! rTINOR.ho.aA _
;! 1T1
enjoy the smoothese trip ever Samuel Johnson, the 'd' : PASCAL =-
{ :
Pill dispenser, and Seymour Shewky, divisional manager, : CO/1/1- .: : caRY n.NT COLDS. nu =
diseasing a new savings plan by Investors Planning Corp.of .
America Hotel manager Johnny Burke and his 12.oZ. :TALK 6c 'r
female switchboard operator, lining up the season's en- :SPLITPIAS lAG 1.9 : AQE =

tourage of hotel guests. II I;;:/ :..lUOW...................._. .: G =

smiling Willie Dean, who passed away recently and who = -
was one of Miami's most-popular butchers (he and Sidney 1 = 3 c '. IAC4r =
: r
-Asa :
Robinson were two of the city's finest) was a younger :
brother of the late Freddie Dean, father of Hazel D. Ter 1 r
rell, Flora D. Hadley, Fredericka D. Wanza and the late :: =- .WIlT IoOICHIOAN ROC ari
Winifred D. Curry??? Richard McGhaney founder of the .
.ri. CRISP. {wIT TINA{
Friendship Christian Leadership Conference,after his bedded Pi j i
illness in Christian Memorial Hospital, was warned by his .;4 4.
medics to "take from here on out. McGhaney = =
it easy" )I .r
a former Miami club organizer, promoter and business I I = 12 C BAG 8< =
man, now peddles for his Christian group a "rolling = .
store" of housewives and childrens goodies in the Opa- .r. ..
locka arM He's allowed but two hours a day during his -
work period Reginald Johnson and his fwtnWn F.- miiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii?




;f 12 THE MIAMI! TI MESS -ridgy. November 4. 1966I'


CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS Rev. Milton Fayson, pastor

Services were very highon By Norman E. Jones
sunday with theNo. Choir

IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn rendering pastor preached the a very music thought', the "Black Power" is being able to sell products as well

III provoking after which as to buy."
,; memory of the I late ,... .., The family of the late loving memory of everyone sermon joined in an old- Veteran horse players are taking a great Interest In
ter'I fashioned love feast. the Governor's stake race in Florida this year,as the gen-
r'r' .
: ::'::: : At 3 p.m. the entire congregation eral election is not a match race but a race of entries.
I would like to thank their Democratic stables comes the High-Kelly
went out with the From the
many friends for their cards, "I pastor over to Mt. Hermon entry and from the Republpcan stables comes the Kirk-

telegrams and kind deeds AME to repay their visit of Bums entry, to make the race more interesting, or more
during their recent bereave- ,.,1 last Sunday at the same time. confusing depending on one's point of view, the Republicanentry

ment.Thanks : Again,Pastor Fayson preachedout is trained and managed by Burns Democrats while
I a to St. Paul AMB 1' of his heart, truly another the High-Kelly entry is trained and managed by the Kelly
Church and the boards of St. : fine sermon. High's former
bloc" after taking over
Paul for their beautiful floral "J'; :1"J. We are looking forward to trainers"small ,'country managers and handlers from the big countyHigh's
CIA expressions. Many thanks to ''
: for
next Sunday Holy Communion
the Range Funeral Home. .", which will be the last bloc.
former issue "integrity" which carried him to
!, .,". ..
First Sunday of this conference Stakes Burns has
Mary Dancy daughter victory in the Democratic Futurity
Eddie Gooding, son ... : year. Want to work, been Junked in Favor of "uniting the pork choppers of
Come to busy Mt. Zion.ALbERT. .
w .. of south Florida".
Bessie Johnson, sister North Florida and the .Lamb choppers
Emma Lotson, sister ," ,'- ...... r Kirk, whose basic issue is to label Hifh an 'ultra-

And other relativesIN liberal' whatever that is, and High's answer 18 to havea

,' "Bob High Day" in his home town of Flat Rock, Ten-

-, -,_.;'*....-!'t>'a-.:, 4 '-. f; Willie Berry, 844 NW 70th nesee where ultra-liberalism is as scarce as it Is In sop-

ALBERTA MUNDY MEMORIAMIn St. Apt. 3 died Oct. 24. Services choppy, Florida.
life were held Sat. morning Sn. whichever candidate cops the governor's sweep-
who departed this Nov. .
remembrance of our
from the Liberty City chapel. chairrand Florida will have ""two-heads for the price of
4,1963. daughter_ .____.._.__ MRS. PAULINE WOODS the state government for the next four teyears.It .
She is gone, but not forgotten. I Survivors are one son, Prince; one to run
Some would teach that death], who departed this life Nov. 6, one daughter, Mattie; three hardly seems possible that the long suffering peopleof

of our friends Is an absolute 1 1965. brothers, Dan, Jacob, and Florida will wish to continue the influence of the Governorago
lOll to ui; but that's not so, Dear mother, it's been one Robert; three sisters, Mes- but stranger things have happened in southern politics
because they still live with y year since you left us. It dames Mary Brown, Alice as after all Alabama elected an entry of "Ma and Pa"

us in our memories. We re- I seems as if it was yesterday. Feelings and Maggie. Wallace, and Georgia chose as a Democratic nominee
Your will be
member our mothers and space never whose qualifications are soley based on his fried chicken
filled. Your kind words will
fathers when they passed, and I be love James M. Wright, 501 NW and passing out ax handles to clobber American citizens
never forgotten. We
death cannot destroy amother's I 17th St., services were held on their konks.Episcopal.
you, but God loves best.
from the
Liberty city chapel
prayer or a father'scouncil I ,
Mother sleep and take
and when a Christiandies on your Monday. Survivors are mother,
the Bible says that they I rest. father, two sisters two 1 brothers Church Elects

are with Jesus. Sons and Daughters: two grandmothers,

And Jesus says "where- Mrs. Eliza BarfieldMr. i uncles.and aunts. 4th Negro BishopThe
ever I am Ye shall be with mealso. Lorenzo .
I Rogers fMrs.. Willie
John 14:3. Lou Johnson,
I Mrs. Lula Stephens 420 NW 22nd Terr died Oct. Rev. Dr. Richard States. He was ordained suf

Rev. W. 0. Mundy Mrs. Pearl Roer.- 31. Services were held Thursday Beamon Martin, 53, was fragan bishop for colored
And Family Mrs. Essie Bush from Mt. Cannel Baptist elected Saturday in Garden work in Arkansas and Dio-

-_.. --- ,- Mrs.. Louise Griffin Church. Remains will be City, N.Y., the second suf- ceses in the Southwest in
EDITH SHACKELFORDwho Mrs S. B. Bum shipped Friday at 1 p.m. to fragan bishop of the Long 1918. Bishop Bravid Harris
and Grandchildren Ferguson Funeral Home in Island Episcopal Diocese- was ordained in 1921.

IN MEMORIAM 1 passed this life Nov. 1, Rochelle, Ga., for final rites the fourth Negro Episcopal The Rt. Rev. John Mel-.

1965. We loved you. and burial. Survivors are parents bishop in the U.S. ville Burgess was elected

In loving memory of our Mr.and Mr.Neal Shackelford Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Bishop of Massachusetts in
sister, Dowdell of RochelleGa., one The late Rt. Rev. Edward 1962. Several Negro Episcopal

EILEEN BUTLER James Westbrook of 707 daughter, Mrs.WarnelI Boales Thomas Demby was thefirst bishops have served out-
CALDWELLwho NW 10th St. Fla City died two sons, Melvin and Earnest Negro bishop in the United side the United States.

departed this life Nov. Oct. 27, survivors are three Hunt; three sisters, Mes-

7, 1961 and our father, RANGE 'sisters Mesdames Lassie dames Josephine Hunt, Alberta Dugies Guest Hous
Mrs. Fannie Newbold of Reese, Daisy Mae OousbyandL. Matthews, Mary Davis, (
REGINALD JOHNSON 820 N.W. 67 St., died Oct. C. Jackson; two brothers, one brother, Oscar J. Dow-

who fell asleep oct. 31, 1951. 27, at South Miami Hospital.She Dan Low of Cordele, OR., dell. The house of unusual rooms
There is no time that 'we leaves to mourn her pas, Charles Low of Orlando,Fl.p., "K..p us In mind"A '
could set for parting, sing: threesisters: Mesdames 'one niece Mrs. Edna Harris, Bookef'I'. Melton Jr., 5047 better-place, we challenge you to find I
We who must remain are never Annie Hollingsworth, Al- Mr. Ulysses Harris of Fla. NW 27th Ave. died Oct. 30. Seeing it believing
ready for such pain. berta Troutman, and Rosa City. Services were held Arrangements are incomplete. The accommodation you receive

Even our prayers would be, Lee Ray, a host of relatives Wednesday. You find only In this brother
not yet, not yet, dear God and sorrowing friends. Fun- Izekiel Keys 536 NW 23rd
Boise Brown 'of "6225 NW St.; 'died Oct. 28. OPEN
Another day with us let our eral services held Arranges 24 HOURS A DAY
beloved were on 14th Ct. died Nov. 1.. Survivor ,I merits! are incomplete .
stay. Tuesday, Nov. 1, 1966, >w> 2941 N.W. 4TTH 634-3851
We must believe when falls are' ;wife, Josephine; one son'
11:30 a.m atthe Range Fun-
," the blow, eral Home Chapel.Mr. J.. C. Brown, three sisters.two' FRANCIS. ; DUCIE
Is that brothers, other'relatives
wisely Ood has willed
it so.Vera. 'and .friendstSerices will) 'be'rheld Mrs. Doris Barbary of

Saturday,Nov. 5, 11 a.m. 6809 NW 7th O.. was DOA at
I A. Wilson at Greater Bethel'AME.. Jackson Memorial Oct. 28. ..
Reginald B. Johnson Funeral services 'were held '

Eddie Gainer''of 1425.' NW* ThUksday, t Nov. 3'.*<2 p.mltn; .&" .w ... _:.. -,_., '
1st Ct. died Oct. 29..Survivors the: chapel with ReV. S. 'A.

k are wife, Polly Pearl ;, one. :Cousin officiating. Survives LINCOLN MEMORIAL, PARK_ ;
!'I+ CARD OF THANKS Ya son Leonard; one brother, are three. sons;, Edward, Robert f ,I} i; <:;
James, Filey, other relatives. and George; one da ght -' I } CfV
Mrs. Minnie L. Sellers of Services Saturday, .'Nov.,.5 at.,, 'prix; e sister, Mrs! 3001, .NW, ,46th, STREET ': i!! NE4197;
". 1249 NW 68th St., but now 2 p.m.ln.the chapeh. Ida Murray- ;. 'other 'relativesand : tl t1'

,at Jackson Memorial Hospital, '" friends., 'E. >
'wishes to thank her many JOHNSON, MANAGER, OXU9199 .'- ,,
friends for their ;
neighbors *' '
kindnesses, flowers, visits: "'ifWE'RE
friends. ,
services -
tattoos and their prayers. She IIBI ....-
were held Wednesday 4
continues to hold her own and on ,1490 On Your Dial
is resting as well as one George Butts of 325 Nov. 2, 1966, 4 p.m.,
could expect at this time. I N.W. 50 St., died Oct. 26, at the Range Funeral' Home BLANCHE CALLoWAY

deeply appreciate your remem- He leaves to mourn his pas' Chapel. PRESENTS

brance and will always be sing: a wife,Mrs. May Butts, e PROGRESS REPORT

grateful. a host of relatives and sorrowing Eddie Lee
Braddy of
3 Times
friends. Daily
Funeral ser
6518 N.W. 12 Place
Minnie Lou Sellers vices were held on Tuesday, Oct. 30, 1966 at North I .mot, 1:5S and io p.m.

Nov. 1, 1966, 9 a.m., at Shore Hospital. Heleavestomourn
the Church of Incarnation. his
passing a wife:
S Mrs. Stella Mae
Jeff Hunter of 7184 N.W. four sisters, Jadean llrad- DON'T BE

The family of the late 14 Place Apt. 15 passed on dy, Charlie Nell Braddy, Do-

MRS. NANCY WALDENwho Oct. 28,1966, he leaves to ra Braddy, and Vernell '
passed away' at her home mourn his passing: a wife, Braddy, one daughter, one CAUGHT DEAD ONLY

Oct. 18, 1966, express thanks Mrs. Alemcta Hunter, four son, and two step sons. Fun- A PHONE CALL AWAY
and aratitude to all of their eral services
sons, Willie, Taylor, Otis, are incompleteat 'SITTING
friends ON
and neighbors for this time.
and Simon Hunter six
the beautiful flowers and To know that we are here
daughters, Mesdames Me-
e e e
letters and telegrams ,
thoughtful and their kind servicein linda Dunbar, Opa Lee Williams YOUR SEAT BELT '' twenty-four hours a day

Frankie Times, Ma- Mrs. Viola Graham of a to help
our time of grief. 7' you-
ry Uurney, Henrietta Crom- 7504 N.W. 21 Pla., died ; .,
Again, I say thanksMr. mity, and Lettie Mae Oct. 28, at Jackson Mem- -'
Johnny Walden Hicks, one sister, Mrs. Dol- orial Hospital. She leavesto with funeral facilitiescan

lie Hunter,thirty-eight grand- mourn her passing;a husband SECRET PRAYER be comforting. '
children, a host of relatives Mr. Essex Graham, FORMULA CHART I ...

and sorrowing friends. Fun- one son, Drexel Lamar Gra- Pschyo physical temple of I c--v:
CARD OF THANKS eral services were held on ham, two brothers, Frank the Divine Mother, Inc. seer.' + r" ( ..

Thursday, Nov. 3, 1966, and Cleveland, two sisters, prayer formula c hart. ,. -' ,
The family of the late 3 p.m. at the Liberty City Mesdames Bertha Green and My prayer are being tent out \ "My Father in Heaven, help
MRS.JOSEPHINE Church of Christ. Lovctta Steward, a nephew, and blessings are coming In. i me never to forget Thy Love

WHITEHEAD Frank Ferguson, a niece, Send for Fr. Daily Blessing.How it looks up to me in the
wish to express their deep Ella Mae Jones, a host of to get 'what you want beauty of the flower ."
and sincere gratitude to all John Shelly of2181 N.W. relatives and sorrowing through this new way of *.. \ John Henry Jowett
who expressed their sympathy 155 St., passed on Oct. 25, friends. Funeral services will Prayer. Mail self-addressed .
during their hour of bereavement 1966 at home. He leaves be held on Saturday, Nov. envelope to Rev. C. Forster, # Oscar L. Range

to'mourn his passing:a wife, 5, 1966, at 1 p.m. at the. P. 0. Box 56, St. Albans, //*%>,&.
Mrs. Louise Jones N. Y. 11412. /?> >
s James W. Whitehead Shelly, Range Funeral Home Chap Funeral Home11III
a host of relatives and sor- el. ,- arfw J

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, November 4. 1966 13 '

education Week To Be Launched at County Auditorium 1

[al countrywide- featuring musical a 180- include a class a of presentation deaf children from week. Pupils from two Heights Junior High School chairmen Indude. : Mrs.
Dr. schools will be f
transported students, will be at Jefferson
a.ell choir and a 98-piece Doolin, Dorothy S. Wilson, North
supervisor of musk to the center so that the pub- Store on South Dixie High ,
Mrs. Hazel
[ drawn from 34 junior for the school Central; Troy
schools will launch Winging system, said. lic can see education in act- way.Some South Central; Herbert Silver HOLMES ELEM. PTA :
in up major act 20 banks in Southwest -
le's observance of AmeriI ivities ion.Children Southwest DistrictStuart -
will be an open houseat of Falrlawn Elementary On Oct. 31,
Mutation Week. District will display pos- D. Wooley, Northeast; Monday, our
ns. Miami-Dade Jqnior College School will release PTA held its annual Halloween
ters showing lifetime earn-
and Williams North
Directed Dr. Howard 3. ,
by ,
North Campus, from balloons and a student drill ings at .various levels of edu- Party. The children hada
Jin, the big show willg west. .
lye 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. Sunday, team will display AEW cation. vast source of games to
\ some 350 students to November 13. themes at an outdoor assembly From the sign atop the chose from and an overflowing
I stage of Dade County Keyed to the master theme B. T. W. ANNOUNCES
in'le at 1 p.m., Nov. 10. Gulf American Building amount of refreshments were
' litorium at 2:30 p.m.Sun- "Education Adds Up," the What's new in audio- which will flash a daily A.E.W..OBSERVANCE served. Mrs. Blanche Callo-
\, November 6. week will feature a different visual materials and equip- way, our newly elected PTA
iyner resentations will message, to salutes during OPEN HOUSE
rangea theme each day and a rash ment will be demonstrated half-time shows at football president was on hand to
ty rhythm band of Al- of gala activities and special throughout the week at Guar- games education will be in .NOV., 910Come greet the parents and child-
ittah Elementary School exhibits.At to Booker T., Washing -
antee National Bank, 8300 the spotlight throughout the
ents to a tuba solo from ren.This
Westchester High School during American -
toof Shopping Bird Rood. An electrical dis- week. American Education -
PUafian,an outstanding Center a Southwest District Education week, Nov. year
play outlining a school dis- week is being observedNov.
ng musician from Coral mobile unit will be in actual trict organization, con- Education will also add 6-12.
6 through Nov. 12. Please
les High School and may operation throughout the structed by Richmond up to dvic club speakers, Beginning with the open visit school.
ing message by Principal
parent-p u p 11 luncheons
Nicholas M. Borota, via the
special PTA and
an Miami-Dude Junior College ,,-.::;.emblies, essay programs and poster public address system, school Our next PTA meeting
np- DADEITES CLIMAX contest and student art ex- focus will be on "rationalthinltine" will be held, Monday, Nov. 7,
the theme for Nov. at 8 p.m. Mrs. Janet Dean,
Enrollment Hits 20,933Miami A.:.W. WITH FUN- 7. president of the Classroom
Highlights of the week Teachers Association will be.
Dade Junior Cole push the total the21,000 Heading up American will be the launching of a our guest speaker. We are
? enrollment climbed to a mark. FILLED BAZAARA Education Week committee to career program Nov; 9, cosponsored looking forward to seeing all
S.le high this fall with 20- Of the current twocampus Dr. R.E Nowakowski South this year by the of our parents at this time.
33 students attending dass- total 18,531 are enrolled fun-filled Bazaar is District director. District Guidance Department and
at two campuses and one in credit programs 14- planned for North Dade's North Shore Kiwanis Club of Mrs. Blanche Calloway
Mdlite center. 396 at M-DJC North, 4- first annual AEW as it settles Miami Beach, during senior is PTA president and Mrs.
Figures released today by 135 at M-DJC South. The in its role as a junior high'school. ELABORATE assembly. Open house in the A. Braynon is public relations
Culminating the ac evening at 7, has been plan-, chairman.
.DJC president Peter Mas- remaining 2,402 are in non-
tivity-filled week, the Ba- AMERICAN EDUCATION need so that parents, patrons
15 fo, Jr., show the student credit adult courses. Credit
opulation is still heavily enrollment last year was 14- zaar is slated for all day WEEK PROGRAM AT and friends may see displaysand

ncentrated on North Cam- 513.Although Saturday, Nov. 12. As the BTW reliance work,"which"informed shows citizen-"self- Come see our school during
us where 16,440.are, ensiled. themajor source first of its kind for the small American Education Week!
This number includes of student supply continuesto Opa-locka community, the The Booker T. Washington ship, and projects aimed at The program is varied and
pproxlmately 350 at Mi- be Dade high schools,out- Bazaar promises* a variety of Community School, under the "economic competence" for will include talents from
mi Beach Center"which Is of-county, out-of-state, and activities proceeded by an direction of Clifford R. Matthews students at Booker T. Wash- both, adults and students.

perated as a North Cam- foreign students 'number 2- old-fashioned parade at. 10,. will celebrate American' ington.The Future Teachers of Open House is from 7 .'til 8

Jus branch.At 353 this term. These include tja. and culminating with a elaborate Education program Week on with Thursday an- America Club, under the p.m. This is the public's

the new South CanVs 842 non-Dade Floridians swinging dance at 3:30 p.m. evening, Nov. 10th sponsorship of Mrs. Mayme E.Williams chance to see such things as
with construction still 335 from other states, and and Mrs. Eddie Mae the learning lab, the new
in school
8:15 the
complete as the fall term 176 from foreign countries Highlighting the day will promptly at Stevens have scheduled their library, fencing by students,
tot underway, 4,493 are en- exclusive of Cuban refugee be a parade, a powder-puff auditorium. Commissioner annual American Education ceramics, educational games,
Foiled for classes In tem- students. football game on the school's David Kennedy substituting week for assembly, adults studying sewing, several
Mayor High as the main
>rary quarters pendin the Over 57 per cent of M west field, a side show in the speaker for the occasion In Nov. 10. This will be their students from the
lid-November move to per- DJC students are enrolledin auditorium, various booths for addition to the school's community 20th annual observance. neighboring colleges who
anent facilities. collegeparallel programs, entertainment, prizes, refresh- choir, the Ida Fisher- "Community School" activities tutor your children; meet with
The current enrollment reeds approximately 28 per cent ments, sports events- and Community School Adult for the week will Include the Community School Council

an increase of some 4- in Technical,Vocational and classroom displays in the choir from Miami Beach,along open house, Nov. 10, 'headed byuElder Jacob Cohen
i over last year's 16981. Semi-Professional and the school's cafeteria. with a string group, will be 7 to 8 p.m. Mr. Clifford Matt- and Rev. Sweeting. This pro-
be of
Still to be added are an remaining 15 per cent in a special artists. You will not hews, director of the Com to one B. T. W.'s
Everyone is invited to join finest moments. Thus invite
estimated 200 to 300 Dade combination of the two. munity school, has announceda we
[ want to miss the fashion revue
the energetic junior high all of you to join us in
public school teachers And Miami-Dade coeds special beginning at
[ taking school by the adult sewing program
and its PTA in making making this American Education -
I various M-DJ C in-serv- will rejoice to learn that men this venture a complete suc- classes under the direction of 8 p.m. Commissioner Dave week one of the greatest
I ice courses. Dr.Masiko noted outnumber'women two to one cess. Mrs. Helen Culmer and ""s. Kennedy will 'be the guest in our history.
mat this number Is certain ,on .the campus this ,tyear. Mildred Johnson. ,speaker.


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I .M Herman Women Raise $4,800 ST. JOHN AME
.,..;.. .., Rev. James Orisby, pastor
9:30: tji TT*nv* ,>e combined choirs more than $4800. We wish Catherine Willis, reporterOn

Oct. 30: 'Mrs. i &ejj\lne' of the church, under the Rio thank all of our friends who Sunday, Oct. 23, the i

Champion from St. Paul AME supervision of Mrs. Alice were so generous in giving.We women observed their annual

X Church sounded the bell for Johnson and Mrs. Ozora also extend our gratitude' Woman's Day. Theme: "A

the opening of the Sunday Shell were at their best both to all of the ladies who fur- Christian Woman's Role in a

School and from that time on morning and evening. The nished and spread the food changing World!I" Morning MEN OF MT.CALVARY .

throughout the day, there wasa evening; speaker, Mrs. Fran for a fine, repast in the af- speaker was Mrs.. M. Athalie RAISE

BAPTIST continued spiritual feast at,:'Cls"Pierce: seemed to have.temoon. Range and the evening speaker -

6601 NW 24th Court at Mt.Herman. This marked the ,realised that the morning Rev. M. Fayson must be was Atty. Gwendolyn S. $4,762.
9th Woman's Day observance speaker had built a wall and commended for the fine part Cherry. What wonderful massages -

The Goodwill Missionary which everyone agrees was left it up to her to climb it; he played at the 3 p.m. session. delivered by these two Men's Day was a spiritualand

Baptist Church has moved to the best yet. and. so she did, using the speakers.The financial success. Rev.

a new location and will begin subject "The Responsibilities Mrs. Cora Brown, the Stepherson of Antioch of

its initial service Nov. 6th. Mrs. Brown and Mrs. of women in the Home." chairman was the victor over chairman Sister Rosa Brownsville delivered a most

'C ,' "l Rutherford, chairman and cochairman She spoke with authority. Mrs. Augusta Rutherford by McGriff wishes to thank' beneficial sermon "The Man

\ ll. respectively had raising the most money on the everyone for making this Who Prayed," emphasizing

everything under control. The The pastor and Mrs. Gay side. Both of the ladies wit I Woman's Day a success.In 'man' s need for prayer con-

F.Fr selected speaker, Miss Sylvia who also did everything pos- be crowned Sunday Nov. 13. the end, Sister Mattie Lou tinuously. The evening ser-

Ginwright went over the top sible to make a great day. And a special thanks to Mills was crowned Mrs. St. mon, "The Power and Influence -,

with her message taken from They were pleased at the all of our special patrons John AME Church of the year. of Integrity," by

the day's theme: "Facing close of the day when the who were not listed in our Remember the sick and Rev. Davis of Brownsville,

Realities in a Confused count of money raised was program. shut-ins in your: prayer.CHURCHES was most inspirational, stres-

sing man's need to hold

steadfastly to his integrity.

OF However, the day enued

CHRIST EPISCOPALRev. Woman's Day At ST. CHRIST, SCIENTISTIsaiah's with still another blessing,
Theo. R. Gibson, rector that of the financial report of
Antionette Silva, reporterIn prophecy concerning $4,762.
Paul Nov. 13 the mission of Christ
an impressive ceremony, We take this opportunityto
Mrs. Maggie Cash, chairman of Jesus is a part of the Christian thank you our friends and

St.Theresa's Guild was crown- The Women of St. Paul Science Lesson-Sermor supporters who helped to make

ed Miss Christ Church at the AME Church, Miami, cordially on "Adam and Fallen Man"to our program a 'success. May
be read in all Christian
All States Tea neld at ChristChurch invite you to attend their God ever bless you.
,REV. T. R. HARRISON Sunday, Oct. 30 at Science churches this Sunday.
4 p.m. The Rev. Joseph Cole- 22nd Annual woman's Day Readings from the Christian
Observance, Sunday, Nov. textbook include
You have a cordial wel- man, guest speaker enlightened Science
13, at 11 a.m., 1892 NW Slit Through the discernment of
come to worship with us in the large audience on the MT.SINAI
all of our worship services. subject, "Light A Candle" to Street. the spiritual opposite of ma-
e. Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastor
Rev. T. R. Harrison is the help this turmoil nation. Other 'Mrs.Alma Carterchairman; teriality, even the way through

Minister.' participants.,who added muchto Mrs. Juanita Fisher, cochairman .. Christ, truth, man will reopen Patricia Murphy, reporter
For free transportation, the Eddie with the key of divine Sciencethe The down
program were ; Rev. T. C. Kelly,pastor.We holy spirit came
call 7544024. Nov. 25 Gooding, who was superb at gates of Paradise which like rain at our church on Sun-
looking forward to human beliefs have closed
the Carla Sands whose are ..
organ; day. All who were there must
our Annual Conference which and will find himself unfallen
rendition of the Lord's Prayerwas have felt something within. I
beautiful; Mrs. Ruth N. will convene here Nov. 22-27. upright, pure and free, not The morning message was

NEW HOPE BAPTIST Polite who led the devotion, The Chambliss and Ed- needing to consult almanacsfor delivered by Rev. Albury, the I

Miss 'Thelma' Anderson who wards families wish to take the probabilities either of evening message was deliveredby

Rev. W.E. Sims, pastOr introduced the speaker, Mrs. this opportunity to express his life or of the weather, not Rev. streeter.We .

Mary L. Mayfield, reporterI Kate S. Dean, president of sincere thanks to their many -MRS.-ALMA CARTER, needing to study brainology to were honored to have

am very happy to say Episcopal Churchwomen who friends and neighbors for the Chairman learn how much of a man he Girl Scout Troop 409 visit

that nowhere has there been honored our founders and kindness shown them during Words cannot express their I". with us. They were celebrating

a more beautiful, more spiritual gave the occasion and Yours their moments of bereavement :,sincere appreciation. Meetings where testimoniesof their Founder's Birthday.

Woman's Day program, Truly who recited Guilty or healings and experiences
------- -- -- -- They were presented to the
than the one that ,was celebrated Not Guilty. The Rev. T. R. brought about the study and congregation so beautifully

at New Hope on 'last" Gibson, -gae-'timely' remarks Y '.' TEMPLE \ n r GREATER NEWMACEDONIA application of. Christian by their' sponsor, .' Mr. Benny'

Sunday. as' he paid tribute to the 'late Science are held Wednesdayat O'Berry. Miss E. Jones and
The Lord's will be
Orchids Louise Marshall, the late 8 p.m. You are always Mrs. N. Fields advisors
to our chairman, administered during the morning -
E.W. F.Stirrup and Mr.william welcome to attend all of our
Sister Willie Mae Denson and services :Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor We were indeed happy
evening on
services at 1600 NW 54th St.
S. Stirrup Senior Warden. ,
Willie J. Beard
Co-chairman, Mrs Alberta Sunday. reporter again to see our pastor pre'sent
These individuals 'and fami-
, Knights, and Program Committee The annual Woman's Day I the president, officers with us Sunday He was
lies along with Father Gibson
Chairman, Sister Mary dinner will be sponsored this and members 'of Ushers' Board looking well, and he left u swords
have given memorials in the
Alice Blackman for 'this new ,addition of our parish saturday'' at the church, beginning No., 2 wish to take this opportunity "- NEW MT. MORIAH of encouragement May
wonderful program. at high fine and Rev. A. L. Shipp God continue to strengthen
Hall. .frs. Laura'' Westbury noon. A to thank each pastor

Our Choirs Nos. 1 & 2 and ,wad'az'"Otganlst for the''after menu has been prepared and everyone of their many friends i sis. Evelyn Souter, reporterWe him.Let us continue to for
delivery will be made if who helped to make their pray
ushers were certainly at their noon and Mr. W. J. Stirrup, ,1 + .> will begin our Sons our sick and shut-ins.
This is the final Fourth Anniversary "a' grand
best. Mrs. Lcenette Pennine- .church's treasurer, gave the vquired. ,' y and Fathers' Homecoming, We would be glad to have
effort in behalf of both spiritually and
len financial report. "'.-Verndta group Worman's | Monday Nov. 14th at 8
ton, our morning speaker Day which culminateson financially, Special thanks to' p.m. everyone to come and worship
thoughts to SUva, presided and served as This is an annual affair that with
us. wjth some ( us Sunday. Our motto
and :
Sunday, November 13*> Rev. W. M. Davis congregation -' '
about for some time to: co-chairman of this unique bur' 'hi the' -
think sons ministry, "The' Church Wi th".' Warm
Chairman E. A. Lord and of First BaptisChurch t
come. Mrs. Emma Clemmons, affair. Open house and refreshments come back home and render Welcome." u
Co-chairman V. Taylor along Brownsville who dida
our evening speaker,"' and Tea. 'The members of the- with their captains and co-- superb ,job in closing out
just as effectively I am, |, son and his congregation will
sure that all who attended church and the Episcopal captains and co-workers, anticipate -". ,the anniversary and to every-, ,be in charge. We are inviting
one of the greatest one whose names are too 1
this program ,will be talking Churchwomen are to be commended all of,our friends worship
and inspiring programs in the, 'numerous to mention''Thank GREATER GIBBS'CHAPEL
about it for Some time to for raising $110. with 'us during this time and
history of Temple and they are< you from the very depths of r
come. We were blessed to make this a grand affair. We
The Episcopal Church- urging every member' to jumpin our hearts.
riase the sum of $2820.54, women held their Annual and do his bit. The Young From the pastor, officers are so thankful to have sons Rev. A.'J. Beard; pastor
for which we are thankful to like these. May God bless
Miami Deanery meeting on people are determined to give and members of Macedonia;
the Almighty God. each and of Sunday Oct. 23 was Woman's -
\ them
Monday at ot.Phillip's Church all the help they can, and the to Ushers' Board No. 2; Or everyone ,
and their families. More about Day.It was a great day.
Coral Gables. More than 12 men have< Services'will be usualon this week. Sister
as next Thompson was the
women attended. Twenty the way to make this another well done.
superb job
next Sunday which is the We are asking morning, speaker.
Episcopal Churchmen attendedthe Red Letter Day in Temple, your prayers At, 3 p.m.
first sunday. Our Communion Total amount raised$2,572.71: for our First Lady, sis. L. Mrs. C. M. Champion from

Service will be at 7 p.m. We Episcopal C1urcbmen'sDeanery Deacon Vandell Bovan is pre I Shipp, who is home sick. A Ward Chapel, Hallandale,
rjnner at Margaret's -
will be for all of st. sident. card was the
looking our or call will mean so much. evening speaker.
friends to and share in church, Hialeah on Our Men's Day meeting, Also for shut-ins The wishes
come FIRST BAPTIST OF | our pastor, pastor to
Oct. 31 at 6:30: p.m. will be held Monday night
these services with bereaved thank all the
us. : families and those captains for their
BROWNSVILLERev. after the, first Sunday (Nov
The Ingathering of the 7). All men and young mer\ in the armed services. Visi- cooperation and the good

Episcopal Churchwomen will W. M. Davis, pastor are asked to please be present tors always welcome.GLENDALE friends who came to this pro-
be held on Sunday, Nov. 6 at and on time. gram and made it a success.
Mrs. Donella
SALTER'S CHAPELRev. 8:00: service. All' women of reporter Thanks to Sister Dixon who

H. J. Benson, pastor the church are asked to be 1 Saturday, Nov. 5. the Boys BAPTIST was in charge of everything.

Betty Morant, reporter present forlloly Communion and' Club of the First Baptist ST. LUKE AMERev. Sister Jessie Bell Kate
for the UTO offering. RICHMOND HEIGHTS was captain and Rosa Baker
Church will hold its regular
W. A. Curry, pastor
Sunday was Crusaders Day. Rev. B. L. Turner, pastor was co-captain. Annie Bell
meeting at 3:30 p.m.
The Rev. Sister Margaret Thursday night, Nov. 3, The women of St. Luke Rutha M. Harrington, reporter Gray, captain and sponsor.

Johnson was the speaker for Baptism and Holy Communion observed their 4th annual I We must praise and thank Sister M. Andrews cocaptain.At .

morning and the Rev. Sister MT. CARMEL at 7:30. Also Friday night Woman's Day on the 4th Sun- God for allowing us to meet 8 p.m. Rev.. J. J. Wil-

t C. Dixon was the speaker for Business Meeting. The pastor day of Oct. Mrs. Cleo Jones 1 in a "learning fellowship" liams and his members from

evening.We Pev. D. A. Bradley, pastor isM asking the members to served as chairman and Mrs together.. Truly it requires Metropolitan AME Church
Louise McGriff
are planning our Pas- Sis reporterWe Francis Revels served as i rendered
govern themselves to these creative preparation in depth a short service and
tor's Appreciation to come off have so much to thank important announcements. co-chairman. $800 was raisedin I, to conduct, and instruct raised $17 on the program

Nov. 20. We are asking each our Lord for. He is so good to We invite all our friendsto the woman's Day effort. God's people in the path of You are welcome to worship

j r member to take part in this us. we had a wonderful timeon worship with us each Sun- At the 11 a.m. worship righteousness Pastor Turner with us.

program. last Sunday throughout the day all day. service, the pastor, Rev. brought two inspiring mes-
Mrs. Agnes Davis is still day. The pastor delivered a Curry will preach from St., sages from God's holy word.

asking for help on her chairs great message both morning Luke 6:6, "A Withered Hand" Learning is not a passive

and tables for the Sunday and evening. The No. 1 & :2 followed by Holy Communion, experience. It is accepting BETHLEHEMRev.

convention in July. Choirs sang out their praisesto ZION HOPERev. both morning and evening. truth, integrating it into one's Oscar West, pastor

Our Presiding Elder Rev. the Lord. Paul Freeman, pastor At the 7 p.m. worship, mes viewpoint, and modifying Gloria Howard, reporterSunday's

Elder Rev. J. B. Blake has Elizabeth Jackson, reporter sage by the pastor, Choir No'. one's action or behavior act -
been ill, but is better jiow. Don't forget that our 1 and Ushers' Board No. 1 cordingly. when a person services were

We wish him a speedy re-_ contest between the men and Services were spiritually will serve throughout the day., sees that what is to be learned high in spirit at the holyghost's

covery. Also Betty Morant's the women will come off on high all day last Sunday. The The pastor is asking each fi is right or best, he will have delivered headquarters. The

little sister is in the hospital.Let the second Sunday in 'this pastor is urging all membersto member who has not paid 1 I an inner persuasion to learn. ring pastor a soul-stir-
for her month. We are inviting you to attend all their weekly his budget message.
us say a prayer please' pay on I' Let us all open our minds On Friday night
come and be with us. meetings.The Sunday. Our annual conference. there will
recovery. I and hearts and except God's be
Jean B. 'uol has a beautiful Remember the sick and No. 2 Choir is asking convenes Nov. 22-27 at St. word as it is and not change pastor conference is at 8. The

baby daughter. Mr. and shut-ins and our bereaved the church for support for Paul in Miami. it to satisfy others. You are 'asking all to be

Mrs;'Dan Ti>gan are the proud families. Visitors are always their anniversary, Nov 27.' Friends are always welCome -, always welcome to attend our present Let at the meeting "r

granddaughters. welcome. Visitors are welcome. to worship at St. Luke. worship services. for ,us not, forget to pray
our .sick and shut-ins.


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__ THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday November 4, 1966 15renlS

Marking 50 Years In The Ministry

By Rev. McDowell Announced

marking ilia
Events I May 28 Special Service
Anniversary. of Ordion a ; for high school graduates.t .
[ to Christian Ministry t June 3rd Mammoth an-

fry C. McDowell.ov. I. niveraary picnic on church

6 Stewardship Qar\' r grounds. .. .
,r.r.lt".'.. !.,. '
ReeommitrnentFPprinc June 11 There '
) I Father's Day. +.,; t'l". .' .':
that church should b Dates are to be fixed for It .'/ '
.ported by free-will a dedication of new organ and
igs of its members. annual family participation ,
I Nov. 13 Loyalty gunda; extravaganza .
Illection and dedication c Henry C. McDowell, licensed -
dges underwriting the 19.( r' to preach in 1916
ordained ,.
Jget. in 1917. A.B., B.Do WE '- .'. \ .. .. 'I ? "
[ Nov. 24 Thanksgiving 6 Talladega College.D.D.Talla- ... .
y. dega College. Graduate work J" !.: ,

Dec. 4 Official kickcl'fcelebration. [" artford seminar Hartford ,
Conn., 1931 recipient of Har-
Leading otcials -
mon Award for
and churchmen of the Distinguished
tire denomination, who will Service in field of religion.
in attendance at National Served as pastor in Chatanoo- DRIVEALL
ounciJ'. Meeting on the "ga, Tenn. and New Haven

[each, will be guests of thtlurch. Conn.; Served as principal of
Dr. Truman Boiglass Rev. McDowell Lincoln Academy, Kings
Mountain, N.C. Served 33
ill Dec.25 be the preacher.-. Church school I IiJdren' !ring his Miami ministry The years in Africa as missionary'
Women's' Fellowship will be to the Ovimbundu, Angela, W. DADE
PageantJan .in charge of special activities!,I Africa.

1- 1967 New Year '. March 18-26 Holy week. Married to Mrs. Ruth
[aYe Organizations of the church Alexander McDowell, Kings
Jan. 8 Confirmation will be in charge of appropriate Mountain, N.C., Sons: Curtis,
lass begins intensive in- worship services each attorney in Chicago,III; Elmer,
struction.Jan. night, the pastor being in an architect in VirginIslands..
29 Reunion of all charge for Holy Communionof Since 1959 pastor of the- PEOPLETOTHE ,
Couples whose weddings Thursday night. Church of the Open Door,

ere performed by pr. Me- March 26 Easter. Miami, Fla.. ,,,.'
owe 11 since coming to Mi ami. April 23 Reunion of all
ie Men's Fellowship wille young people confirmed by
in charge of special ac pr.-McDowell. The Diaconatewill
ivities. be in charge of special ST. JAMES AME '

Feb. 26 -. Representationof activities. Rev. J. B. Blacknell pastor
| all babies and children May 14 Mother's Day. Bert Cooper, reporter
baptized by, Dr. McDowell du- Confirmation sunday.KELLY'S .
ThOctoberites have gone
to the sidelines for a well
CHAPEL earned rest from the "field of r.

Rev. L. L. Dean, pastor battle". while the November- POLLS I
Lucy, Randle Retha J. McKenzie, reporterWe Ites under the leadership of : '
Mrs. L. James are prepared to
observed "
our Laymen'sDay to take over from where the

[Praises Cashier's i':Jones last was Sunday.the Mrs.speaker Pauline for departing has left off. The

the morning. She delivered an- October group raised a "
whooping 1120.52 as their
Mrs. M. TO VOTE'J" \
TraMig Institute'-Nealey inspiring was message.the speaker for contribution.third Congratulations.The Sunday is Wo-.

the evening service which man's
Day. Both the women,
added another glow for the day., and the men are busy getting
Thanks to Mr. Gary McLeroy,'I things ready for this day. Mrs.
Mr. Charles Mitchell Mrs.
Annie M. Ivey is the chairman
Lemmie Mitchell, Mrs. L. L.
while she has as her cochairman -
Dean, and we wish to express
,Mrs. Catherine Peterson.
: J tour..sincere apprecia .* ? .
AnottieV first' &iiftday has "
;tin to"the' youth choir of rolled around. Be 'sure and OPA OC'BA

Ebenezer Methodist Churchfor be out for the Lord's Day this
making our Laymen's Day Sunday.
complete. 621 -6494
Calling all Women to remember -

that our Women's Day MIAMI TIMES
is on Nov., 13. We are hopingto
make this day a every i ,
successful one.Kelly's ADS BRINGSAVE DOWNTOWN

Chapel Pledge
Service Banquet was an en-
joyable occasion., Rev.A. .
D." Hall was our key 3798O243748595'
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My name is Lucy Ann ting with us were Rev. a OH U' rfj

Randle, my 'present addressis Crowell Sr. and Rev. Win. Auto Insurance

2160 NW 81st Terr. I live Mac. ______
with my parents, six sisters Llobiliry PbysicofDoaiagt LIBERTY
and two brothers. We are GRACE UNITEDPRESBYTERIAN

buying our home and lived SR 22 Flll-g
here now'for fifteen months. 6344965T544541
No Out R."'.d -
This is my first year out Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor
of high school.I finsihed high This Sunday is Anniver-, GOOD DRIVERSNo

school at Miami-Jackson sr. sary Sunday, and we ask all Finance Charge
High and I was not able to go members to share in our Communion os linfe 01
to college right away, so I service at 11 a.m.'Ibe
15% DOWN
decided to take up a trade text for our sermon will be
that would enable me to get a II Chronicles, Chapter 6, in AT SHELL'S CITY

good high paying job so I which Solomon prays to God (South poor}
could save more money and in dedication of the temple.
be able to go to college This is also every member PLAZA INSURANCE ElECT

later-if I am still interested. canvass time, when every AGENCY
I decided to go to Cashier member is asked to set asidea
Training Institute because I definite amount each week, Phone:754-4951
heard an advertisement on the to be placed in the Sunday 594) NW ,tfr Avenue ROBERT KINGHiGH

radio concerning this school, morning envelope, to "supportthe
and it said that one could financial needs of the

learn s trade and get a better church throughout the year. HELP HELP HELP
job i,. just a short timeand This Sunday evening at

tIm Curses: they offered were 7:30 p.m., we will have our REV. ROOSEVELT
dtn7 inkreatina. anniversary memorial service,
When I came out to enrollin directed by the Board of FRANKLIN

school, I discussed it with Elders. of Macon, Ga.
a counselor and decided what Let us all do our best, DIVINE3PIRITUAL
hours would be best for me especially during this loyalty
to attend classes. The hours HEALER
jesus is truly grVfof victory '
were s < convenient, that I to many many people's I
realized that I could 03 to problems. I
and work on my job Among the many things
See or write me today. I
without any difficulties, then have accomplished in classare have a special message for
when I finished my trade, I the necessity of. being every troubled soul. Last
could get a high paying job courteous and the wonderful week many many peoplewere
and save more money ana. feeling one gets from assis- helped by my special
maybe ao to college.I ting others. selected Rile reading,
decided to take PBX because My instructor has much tc to be read on Special Days.If A NEW KIND OF PUBLIC MAN
I have always wantedto do with the way I feel about you want to be delivered
quickly. Send lI.MO and
know how class. She is very patient
to operate a my stamped, self-addressed
switchboard and because I en- with us and keeps the class nvelope to:
Joy serving and assisting interesting at all times. REV. ROOSEVELT PULL LEVER 2-A

them and that is one way I I am deeply indebted to
can help them. Another rea- Cashier Training for where I FRANKLIN
son I took PBX is because I am today. Thank you CT!. 630 MORROW AVE.
thought it was something that Why don't you do as I Macon.Ga.will Phone SH.5-6473 (OEM. FOR GOVERNOR).
You get UWM
would be interesting and did and call Cashier Training SPECIAL gELtrrt n BIBLE Pd.Pol.Adv.I .
worthwhile well Institute at 121 SE 1st St. So
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football fans are nadoes of Booker T. Wash- heavily on the, sensational

almost biting their nails as ington High.Kickoff .' passing ability of Quarterback ,,'1: ,:r, : :
they, anxiously await the woodrow, Oreen and the J J ; :
blowing of the official's time is 8:00: p.m. explosive running of Halfback t:( "

whistle:signalling the start of.;'at.MiamiStadium. and a stand- 1 Fred Warren, whose amazing i : :u'
'crowd is 'total of 17 touchdowns ,'\. ,
.what, has been tabbed: asp ing room only pre puts .,

toy&l'I} JorIj&dame':q A, high school. dicted... ,.,With identical records of prep him>way'sc oririg out 'racb.front .100'in D.Hall de's)., r I
....'gBtnb.between oarp t the" seven *'wthtf''land*noOCoAsfeM, {speedy'-. 1i -tnd -expected :lIt" "

"undefeated Hams, ,o( Mays botn teams will be at full to be one of Green s favorite r.
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Mays, in quest of its first who blocked three punts in a shifty running back Ron Mc-
tV' undefeated season is blessed single game and Albert Han- Gregor one of Dade's most
.' witty an abundance of outstanding nah, (Kneeling, left to right) electrifying high school ball

(_. ": talent; among whichare Quarterback Jack Adams carriers. Adams will share the
----- -5. -- whose precision passing has
: (standing, left to right) signal calling and passing
I WOODROW GREEN FRED WARREN JOE HALL Leroy Charlton, W. McOahee, contributed heavily to his chores with Clarence Patterson. -
team's fine record, and .

I : Orange Float Blossom Deadline Classic SetAll These Buffalo' Biffs Face. Dolphins' Sunday

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Miamians are expectedto %
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join in the gala festival ._. 't ,. F P ;" :.: :
when the Florida A&M University

"Rattlers" meet an .
outstanding opponent in the
traditional Orange Blossom .I.

Classic, December 3, in the ,
Orange Bowl Stadium. .
Parade Marshal, William J.
Stirrup has announced that ;
the Classic Parade will 1 .1J.
again feature clubs, organizations .,
and special interest
groups with the town's most
beautiful floats. This year,
all groups planning to float in '. Y r '
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the parade must submit afloat b
in the parade must sub\ I w
nih a sketch of the float before ..
acceptance. The dead- __ '_ H _
line for submitting ,sketches William Stirrup
is Nov. :21. Send all information -
and make all inquiriesby 0478 or 3773891.The .
contacting Mr. William J, theme for the Classic
Stirrup, 3301 Charles Avenue, this year is "Where the Action -
Miami, Fla. Phones: 444-. Is O.B.C."

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1st'0. yt Ft. Lauderdale Membersto Coca-Cola Announces Activities

Honor ElksThe For Orange Blossom Classic

Pride of Ft. Lauderdale ties have been the center of TALLAHASSEE TheO visiting college queen. Also,
Elks Lodge Ntf. 652 and social', political and economic a-Cola Company and of- the soft drink company will
Temple No. 395 have com- activities in this community ficials of the annual Orange support the game program
t LDEtt SCOTCH pleted plans for their First for many years. In a Blossom Classic football through a center-page spread
\. Annual Testimonial Banquet; desire to recognize those game this week announced ,advertisement featuring team'
honoring their senior members. members who have given their completion of 1966 sponsor- rosters.
The affair is Friday, Nov. 4. time and services for the ship arrangements surround-
A cocktail hour, a full course benefit of this organization ing the 34th playing of the Officials of Florida A&M
dinner will be served and aspecial and community, the local famous gridiron event. University, the host school,
was ere.C indicated that The Coca-Cola
Elks their first
"Honoree" program are giving Charles BoOne, account
Company and the Mi anti Bottler
will be held after dinner. The Annual Testimonial Banquetin eXecutive of The 'Coca-Cola:
have c mtinued a 'tradition of
Honorable Brother Clarence A. their honor on Nov. 4. Company, said that the At-
n a Scotch actually tattt good: ?Ask the bom-and. Bain of Nassau,Bahamas will All fraternal, civic, social lanta-based soft I drink firm, support decade.dating' back more. than,

bred Scotch drinker They've been smacking their ,serye ,as toastmaster for the and religious organizations together with ,the Coca-Cola
F lips over John Begg for, years Suddenly this'grand, .affair. Mr. Bain has been a have been invited to join with Bottling Company of. Miami, 1[ The famous annual football
old member of the House of Assembly I pjher, friends in,. helping to will underwrite two 'J.R.E. game will be played December
lion the "
of "Take
name tip everybody's toDlUe. a make thl a :successful af .at
in the Bahamas for the; Lee, Jr. Play -th"Game 4 in Miannfa Orange Bowl between -
>peg.o'Begg..It's a wee bit.better than the best, say past eight years. fair. This first'annual event ,Awards, sponsor a parade Florida A&M Univer
the poetic Scots of their treasured John Begg,whose' Vill beheld atthe Elks Home, float, furnish P r16'cara J for sity's Rattlers 'and an 'opponent

'lute is gentle, and whose price is l light ,The members of this Lodge 712 NW 2nd St. The activities.. the].visiting college president. which'will be named about\.
t ._SI PlOOf.iwo.nD SV JAMES M. MoCUNN ft Cod INC., II.,> 'and'Terriple*and"'their' facili'"will begin at 7:30: pnn:1''c' -'the' Classic- founder; and the 'the end of November.MPr .


TH&MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 4, 1966f\

with. : Rattlers face A&T at
Spearing .. ..
Looking the

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up 2215. They have been
.r again down again squad of down against South Carolina -
Aggies from A & T College State, 8-3, and Tennessee
BY HARRY SPEAR ofNorthCarolina will meet State :29-0.! The Rattlers
an up again down again have.made their most Inv.
(THIS IS THE GAME r team of Haulers from Florida pressive showing against BY UEO ARMBRISTfR Over
A & M University to- Morris Brown. Down 15-7
IAMI DOLPHINS VS BUFFALO BILLS morrow in Bragg Stadium. at the half,hey bounced backIn -- -

The Dolphins are priming for the game this coming Kickoff The Aggies time is have 2:00: one p.m of 13 the points""third and quarter snatched to score vic- CLAY CHAMPION DONOR TO FIVE UNIVERSITIESCassius

[Sunday, Nov. 6th. They owe the Bills revenge. In the the most explosive ball clubs tory away from an upset- Clay, the world's heavyweight champion,
game played at Buffalo, the treatment they received in recent years, althoughtheir minded Morris Brown 11. who has thrown more punches, faster than any other
from the, fans was disgusting. The referee had to as- overall record is 3-3. In 21 contests with A & T. predecessor to the heavyweight throne; has fulfilled

sess three 15 yard penalties before they quieteddown They have been down a- FAM U has won 17,lost one, more predictions; has used more words in lambastinghis

Many uncessary remarks were yelled to some former 'gainst Tennessee State bya and tied three. The lone Ag- opponents and even more in glamorizing himself;

players who now play for the Dolphins. I know our score Maryland of 55-0. Down State bya against gie win was in the 1949 Or- has really said and done something to start the flow

Miami fans will not act this way, they are a different score of 28-7, and almostup they ange defeated Blossom A Classic& 20-14.when. of popularity which he rightfully deserves to run up-

type of sport fan. If a good play is made either way against tough Morgan FAM U has rolled up 557 stream for him.
the player will receive applause. This should be a Stare 13-8. They have been points to the Aggies 229 in Five predominantly Negro universities and many
The have up against Johnson C.Smith hundreds more will look upon the philanthropic 'gesture
hard fought game. Dolphins seven former 21 But this
games. yearA
34-12, up against Norfork he is makingas a sign that the champ, who has beenon
Buffalo players, naming: Cookie Gilchrist, Billy Joe, & M is having offensive
the outside of the fence
Willie West, Bo Roberson, Joe Auer, Laverne Torczonand State 46-6, and way up a- trouble. The offense is aver- popularity is now openingthe

Ken Rice. This is why I say it will be a hard fought gainst Winston-Salem, 56-0. aging 270 yards per game, gate.
Their most impressivegame good for some teams,but low Clay has finalized plans for closed circuit TV of
know the Bills much
We are a improved team
game. was he loss to Mor- for the Rattlers. his November bout with Cleveland Williams to be pipedto
since the Dolphins played them last but the
so are
State.Morgan is
gan the campuses of Southern University, Tennessee
Dolphins, they are on a two-game winning streak and sixth in the nation by the The Aggies (not counting State University, Fisk University, Morehouse Collegeand
hope to make it three in a row. Coach George Wilson, National Athletic Intercol- their first gameagainst Ten- sizable
Florida A&M University; in addition a donation -
Sr. and staff, are putting the squad through some hard legiate Association (NAIA) nessee) held their op- will be given to each of the named schools.

training drills. Therefore, you fans who turn out for the and currently has a winning ponents to just nine pointsper There are many men that make deeds great; and
will not be disappointed. They are practically streak of 15 games. This is game while serving at a
game many deeds that make men great, to be sure this charitable -
all sound and raring to go. Make your reservations practically the same Morgan 30-point per game clip. act will out rival many the champ may have hador
State team that defeated Florida ThlslsanlmprovedAggieteam
now.Read the ad in this paper for particulars. Dolphinshave A & M in the Orange- fresh from a moral will have in his illustrious career.

signed a new quarterback who started out with Blossom Classic in Miami victory against tough Mor- EXCELSIOR LEAGUE SEVENTH WEEK STANDINGSTEAM
Dolphins was cuthe has shown such great improvementand last year. gan State, but it is home-

has seen action! :: ,since being cut,his ,is ready to got. The Rattlers have been up ,coming for the Rattlers and W L PINS
He replaces the injured Rick Norton, who is'out for the against Allen 43-3, Benedict' ,FAMU is always up for Bowlers Pro Shop 16 ;,12 18408

season. Naming John Stofa picked up from the Florida 66-12, and Morris Brown homecoming. Metzers Pro Shop 16 12 17649

Brahmans of Lakeland, North American Football Lea- Hagan & Fonda No. 1 15 13 18446

gue which is now defunct. This does not mean George The Five Summersetts 15 13 17719

Wilson, Jr. will not start. He postively will. George is New Frontier 15'; 13 I '17423
feeling fine at present. Let's hope he keeps this way.I Going To The Olympics 1(1 13, 17216

predict 40,000 to 45,000 for Sunday's game. Let's hope Packer Pontiac 15 13 16679

the people who read my, column are one of the 40 or The Yale Organ Cobras 14 ,. 14 17660*
45,000. This will be an exciting game to watch. So DogsWITH Hagan & Fonda No. 2 14 14 17115

many bricks that are in the wall, come one, come all GURIAN Bowe's Barber Shop 14 14 16225
and see a good game of football. RICHARD Cloverleaf sport Shop 13 15 17868
Thompson TexacoMetropolitan 13 15 17110
TWO UNDEFEATED TEAMS CLASH FRIDAY Racing Fans: generally get out of the box Cleaners 13 15 16960

Coaches Traz Powell of Mays and Vernon Wilderof This is the second in a faster thanhehas previously. Tuckers Famous Foods 13 15 16782

Booker T. Washington have their work cut out this series of articles concerningdog Let me give you an example.Say 9 to 9 Drive In TV 13 15 16599
racing and this articlein a dog is running in Leo's Sport World 10 18 15746
Friday, Nov. 4. Their teams are undefeated. Mays big particular is about Grade C. Hehasbeen break
win over Northwestern. Booker T. has them to play. Tlis seventh and eighth and
"closers, that Is, dogs that ing
TEAM HIGH GAME: Bowler's Pro Shop, 1073; The
game sums up like. a.U_ of Miami and Norland game. We...- have a tendency to close in then. coming I n fourth or
Five Summersetts 1034 New Frontier 1031.
hope they get a big turnout of 20,000 or more. Mays will a race or come from behind. fifth. Then when the dog is ; ,
Now, there are more lowered to Grade D, he will
undefeated many
try a big step forward, for its first season
TEAM HIGH 3-GAME Bowler's Pro 3012
things to look for in closing generally break better, say : Shop, ; New
when they battle Booker T. Mays (7-0) who was idle Frontier 2930 & 1
Fonda No. 2910.
dogs than in any other type third, fourth, perhaps even ; Hagan ,
last weekend Dole's highest scoring team. They
are of dog characteristic, be- second. Then with his ability
have an explosive offense built.around the passing of cause betting on a closing to close ground after the INDIVIDUAL, HIGH GAME: Dave Boone 261; Billy

Clarence Patterson and the running of Ron McGregor. dog is a rather difficult thing break, he can generally. win Johnson 261; Frank Southward 253.
Unbeaten Booker T. (7-0), counters with Woodrow Green; 1o" dd.'"1 Contrary to what the race.

and Alan Phillips on the throwing end and Fred Warren,, many of you may believe, In conclusion, when look- INDIVIDUAL HIG1,3GAMEWiUie, .f:..'Wright,683;
Dade's leading rusher on the rushing side. This game a closing dog wins very few ing at the program, if you Johnny B. Harvey 664#:have Boone 659. r
not talk- like to play dogs that are"closers"
Now I
races. am
this week.
looks like the best high school game on tap
and student ing about a dog that gen- then I would ad- TQP TEN AVERAGERS:James Thomas, 192;Willie
Hope all of former Booker T. Mays
you breaks out of the box vise to play these closing
erally you E. Robinson) 183 Willie Nicholson 183 Oswald Smith
; ;
and families turn out for this game. There will be a gangof third, fourth or fifth, but I dogs only when they are 180\Dave.D one 1180'.Eddle ..179yTommyJackson
the Dolphins' squad in the stands watching them. grade; becausethe
am referring to a dog that dropped a 179 Mitchum 177 Frank Southward 176
; James ; ; Johnny -
will be
will generally break six, seventh chances are they
BOOKER T. WINS 7th; FACE MAYS FRIDAY or last and then take somewhere in the money Harvey

his run from there. then.Just
Unbeaten Booker T. Washington High rode a four- First of all, a closing dog look at your next
touchdown spree by Fred Warren to its seventh football always has to pass a certain track program and see how
victory, 32-21 over Kennedy Friday night. number of dogs and if things many closers have failed to can't buffaloour

Trailing, 14-12 at halftime, the Tornadoes came don't go right, he may be win at short odds and how
back with two touchdowns in the third quarter, one ona slowed up or bumped, there- comparatively few win at all
Woodrow Green to end by ending his chances for until they are loweredin
12-yard from quarterback
pass grade. Of course, a closing !!
victory. Now, if a closing Dolphins
dash into
Joe Hall the second Warren's five-yard
on dog that has been breakingsixth dog who is lowered in
the end zone. seventh or eighth can grade as I have stated be-

Walter Crockett, who missed conversions after improve his break and get fore, is a good bet to come COME SEE THEM GO FOR THREEMIAMI"DOLPHINS"j
Booker T.'s first two touchdowns in the first half, out of the box third or fourth, in the money or be playedas

came through twice in the third quarter to give the Tor- then his chances are greatly part of a quiniela.
nadoes a 26-14 lead going into'the final period. improved for victory. Of Thank you again for read- At

Warren cemented the victory with an 8 yard course, selecting such a dogis ing this column and if you
difficult, but there are a find it interesting or informative
of the hosts
touchdown run before Billy Gibson
the word onto
couple of things you can just pass
his third TD in the final minutes. look for. your friends that you got it
Gibson had gone over from the nine-yard line and First of all, if a dog is from the Miami Times. See SUNDA Y/NOV. 6th /4:30/ORANGE. BOWLSee

the one in the first quarter. Eric Halbeck's conversions dropped a grade, he will you all next week. "Cookie" Gilchrist and 6 other former Bills lead the
had given the second half comeback. Dolphins into victory over the defendirg AFL champions.



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bath. 2 kitchen, enclosed porch, appliances ((8)) 2125, NW 58th St Large duplex. Total pay all closing costs.
Only $8,500 total. $7500.

3 bedroom, porch, dining room, utility room, ap ((9)) 1121 NW 47th St Duplex, total price $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
pliances. 2 bedroom house completely furnished., $6900. DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFYWE
$16,500 total terms.

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MIAMI' TIMES, Friday: November 4, Y966 "19Ir(4LATS1TI1



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AcSiR.Di0nhH.L50- FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. Casks Bw. By '
DlKwahri Port.es
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FOR SALE w. Apprvciot; VowrB Mq IUIJAN'I" '
3 bedroom CBS FHA near I 1' New Genie
Homes ....
: Just II.
schools, shopping center and I.pleted. 3 com- Fum. apt. gas, elec. water- ; '.": --..
bedroom 2 ..
buses. Oarage. Seller pays built-in range, hard'wood b.thf |included I can be two bed AL"s FR 94382: ..flilAU" as s

closing costs.Only $350 down floors. Drive oven room. $17. 653 NW 27th St, :=:- PIli IITIMATaac"Mamn
payment. Drive by 420 'NW NW Slat by 1030 apt. 3. go see, then call 373- IPECJALmNQ
St. and 1954 NW 1 N.E. 5th Street e.u
41st 7973
or 444-8004.
45th St. Then call Fenster St. Then call for till r'TTs/ IN 'LAIneSUP oAr os

Realty, Broker, PL 88779.We ster Realtv. Broker appt.PL 9-8779 Fen --- COvtKSEXCt.USIVEI..T NLMT

Only $15900. 10% dowrpayment. CBS, 2 bedroom, apt. $22.

have several) large homes < Nice 1 bed. duplex Apt. $19.I' ffon,... 01. Gr.ttlte 374-5082 KONt
with substantial doW -' 2 nice Dade county pine Nice 1 bed. CBS apt. $17.50: ,. For rent with. optionto .

ment. 4 bedroom, CBS, income 1pay homes on a large lot, partially Good 2 bed.,'rear house $22. buy'the Liberty: 'or' Formerly Crdch=Niehol; l:i Plastic Covers
fum. A good deal for Corner 1 bed
CBS duplex Theater.
property at 546 NW 44th St. apt. Located on
you people who are selling $19 week.
and also a nice frame home
homes NW 15th Ave. Cornerof
your to urban renewalor
with garage clean in and out CBS 1 bed. duplex apt. $19.
at 524 NW 44th St. So drive expressway Drive by 351 1 bed. porch plus.Duplex apt. 67th St. for a TIMES ADS IRING RESULTS
NW 45th
then call
St. Fenster
by then call Fenster Realty, $19.LIBERTY. church theater
Realty, Broker, PL 98779. any
PL 9-8779. RENTAL
Broker, AGENCY
-- --- 2020 NW 62nd street other civic or com
Nice large CBS, 3 bedroom mercial .9a N"Str r 6 yv*' Y,a..JrreRt Y
$100 Down Payment home. Huge lot from street to Come into 633-7809 use. You can c QLIlNE!EL AOK i' 41911TE TVSERV CE ,
3 4 bedroom CBS homes our and we the down '
or ''
street, fum. FHA terms only pay payment arrart tr7&S'adyn' k* '+
- low as $68 month will show you a good apt. STEREO"(RADIITPE'RECORDER' lf.

all.As Call Harry per Denny Real-pays $12,500, $350 down payment, with your first year's "."'... .. ",...,.......}........ ..'.11I" .. ; .. ", ; .
seller '
pays closing costs.- 2 bed. house, 1360 NW 46th rents. Call Perez from ,. : .. : ( ,
tor now 947-7111. Tip Top 1815 NW 88th St. Open Sunday ; ..' ;;
St. $95 per mo. FR 3-8469 or ."'''' ; : .j ')
Realty. 1-6 p.m. Fenster Realty, 271-5733. 8 to 10 a.m. or from :nl':VEicTY" "" rli
--- Broker, PL 9-8779. 7:30 to 9:30 for ; ..: ,.. 4

. HAVE SEVERAL HOUSES ---- Downtown area, furn. one information: p.m. ;'iJEJmME8'M OF:1ETI\S: \ O iV'i

with low down payment and Large lots with fence. Easy bedroom apt. All utilities, '..

low monthly payments. No terms, comer duplex. We $18 per week. Mickens Rental PHONE: UN 5-2718 2 ....(379i7735;: : :- 6'1.. ;
qualifying. Call broker right buy land and homes. Need ,
Agency. Fum. effcy. All y.' ,<.0,1..1"" I '..\ )
now for information. M.utin money? Baron at JE 8-1340. utilities $13 per week. \ t T09riNOW'OPJN
M. Bern ey, 624-6983. .841 NW.; NOtiAVENUE r > ) -, ;ot ENy J .
N E 4-0500.
--- Bed, davenport, large drop '
HAVE 2 DUPLEXES leaf dining table with three I ---
Downtown area, 1 bed., furn., GOODBYE RENT MAN
Excellent deals, good oca- center boards, and buffet..
apt. All utilities. $17 week.
tion. Call broker right'now M

information. Martin M. Ber- --- Mickens .Rental'Agency. ., : .

ney, 624-6983. D bic''Iot.. Completely fenced. 347-6506.. .
bedroom 2.bath
CBS _.t1lO'
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See this clean sharp .
very .
2 BR -I BATH -FLARM CBS at FHA of 11500. No Large one bedroom apt. Furn. $7,900 Full Price < (. \

CBS, Bunche Park area, closing costs. Biscayne Read Adults only. Good neighbor- 6% Financing '

$300 down, FHA, 1 mortgage. ty Inc. Broker 759-8600. hood. References. Apply 29 EZ terms, No qualifying : t6><
NW 52nd Street. PRINCE'SPit
$55.80 .
monthly payment. Call --- .... :a '. ...' "
broker right now.. Martin. M. Laundry, wash and dry ser* ---
Berney, 624-6983. vice plus 'dry cleaning. An Fum. Room, 1931 Washington
ideal couple. Easy terms. Ave., Opa-locka. Phone MU 1253 NW 44 STREET

HAVE COMPLETE LIST 1198 NW 62nd St. 1-1079. Weekdays. All\ day.
of VA & FHA Homes 'avail- ---- ... .. ...
able. Call right now. As lowas 2 fur coats, like mink, prac
2 bedroom frame 32nd
$100 down payment. Mar- tically new. Paid $300 for near Bor-B-Qi/e
tin M. Berney, Broker, 624- each one. will sell for $50 A ve. and 64th st. $80 per mo. TF

6983, Broker. each. '739 NW 77th Terrace. Biscayne Realty, Inc. BrokI I
er, 759-8600.

5661 NW 6th Avenue '58 Buick special. Good con

Lovely 2 bedroom: 2 bath, dition. $175. 1457 NW 42nd 2 Screened bed. I large porch, living kitchen room.and CBS HOME BARGAIN 27th Ave. & 46th St.

custom bunk, very large Street.
bath, unfum, nice clean $85
garage big lot
mo. 2272 NW 41st St. Phone: $39 NW 39th STREET
$15,000 FHA.Ben-Kori, Real- 2 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, 888-6643. BEST HICKORY COOKED RIBS
tor, 751-2243. newly decorated screened

porch, large fenced lot. 1881 AND CHICKEN IN TOWN
2 bed. dining room, Fla rm.,
NW 90th Street NW 74th Terr. Price $10.900
fume, adults only, see to
Largest living room you ever $900 down, $90 per mo. Call appreciate. Call owner 757- $2000 below FHA ........................
saw, custom built, 2 bedroom, JE 4-4459.
2 bath, CBS, plus extra 1 6507. value. 2 bedroom, TAKE OUT SERVICE

bedroom for home, fenced. All Grocery store. 431 NW 8th St. $20 per week, 6 room unfurn. large Fla room, oak ................ ................tMMYe
$18,000 FHA terms. Ben- 371-0951. ,. ... .
.r.. I\o yyyi1, ;> .j "'i"I' : ; "' tY ..
Kori Realtor lovely home. 2220 NW 60th st. floors. Hurry! >> (
751-2243. .
---- M : cater;to.prlyote'partiejffondi: ; club' : affairs; ,

$75 Month $100 Down payment Apt. Adults only, effcy and U -4 :.1;...." '", ,t..rt f............. JrC:: ,.. .... --.J
3 or 4 bedroom, CBS homes, one bedroom apts. $12 to $18
Pays all for CBS, 2 bedroom, CALL OWNER
As low as $68 per month pays per week. 118 NW 77th Terr. :
Allapattah area. $10,500.$350down.A.BenKori all. Call Harry Denny, Realtor 6837 NW 6th Ave. Dixie

Real- now, 947-7111. Tip Top Rental Agency, 2303 NW 758-8749
tors 751-2243.
Realty. 17th Ave. 633-2429.
------ EDISON
3 bedroom CBS with Pa room, --- I SpecialsOPEN
terrazzo floors, and appli- New duplex, live rent free in HELP WANTEDNo

ances. Modern style home at close location, call JE 1-6902. ExperienceWill
---- Train
FHA valuation of
$250 down. ($100$11,500with vets or X- Home, NW, 2 bedroom, large Men to be AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY

) and Fla room, CBS, by owner, Pest Control 3 BEDROOMSee
$85 all.
mo. pays
757-6507. servicemenGuaranteed 331 NW 56 STREETCBS
Biscayne Realty, Inc.,Broker,
----- salary, $300$350per :
759-8600. Bunche Park area. Modern mo. plus commission. Requirements $400 down-FHA-Only $12,000 total price

--- 3 bedroom, CBS $250 down, Fla resident, 6 4211 NW II PLACE for this 2 bedroom home, plus cottage. Near
Shadowlawn Area. East of $62 mo. stove and refrig. in- Edison school. Nice and clean.
mo., drivers license, high Alilarg. rooms.
X-way, near school, $12,800. cluded. Mr. Marvin. Nights school grathate. Apply in MOVE RIGHT IN
FHA valuation. No closing and Sundays.235-2748Great-;

costs, $300 down. ($100 vetsor er Miami Realty, HI 4-6133. person., Inc.National 3990 NW Exterminators 30th Ave.- $500 down, no extra DRIVE BY THESE, THEN CALL EDISON

X-way). Enclosed garage, --- ((1)) 835 NW 84th St. CBS 2 bedroom
Fla room, air cond., Biscayne cost. Carport, porch, terrazzo

Realty, Inc. Broker. 759-8600. FOR RENT Beauticianlicensed! to operate oak floors, large dis- floors, carport, $300 down FHA. No closing cost,
beauty salon with completely county taxes only.

3 bedroom CBS house, Cement Nice man or lady room for fume one bedroom apt. 693- count for cash buyer.

driveway, carport, small down 5710 price NW of 19th$12.50.Ave. 634-5691. 0290. ((2)) 4100 NW 1st Ave. CBS 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
payment, no qualifying or WANTED CALL OWNER: tile roof, Sprinkler system. A beautiful home.
closing charges first
Fum. 1 bed. apt. $18 wk., Beautician with following
mortgage, move right in, 3615 includes 758-8749 ((3)) 6733 NW 2nd Ct. New duplex. 2 bedroom
NW furn. effcy $15 wk, clientele for newly opening
214th St. 685-1224. N 25. each side. Terrazzo floors
Nv. 25 lights, gas, water, waste re shop. Convenient location. awnings, $3500 down.
moval. Call between,.12 and Please call evenings after
3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room, 2:30 Sat. 2221 NW 57th St. 7:30 p.m. and Sundays: 634- ((4)) 431 NW 56th St. CBS Duplex (side by side).

garage,hardwood floors, builtin 0733. $400 down FHA.

kitchen, near schools, Lovely, very I large, 2 bed.;
,shopping, expressways, low CHILDCAREWill
down payment. Owner UN 4- upstairs duplex. apt. Go upstairs CBS BEAUTY ((5)) 1723 NW 43rd Sf: CBS, four 1 bedroom a pt.

1306. and see, then call take very good care of 2050 NW 96 STREET Each with enclosed porch. 4 garages. $16,500
373-7973. $25 week. 430 NW your child in my home. 759- total. Excellent terms.

$10,500 FHA, 'no closingcost. 59th Terr. 8335.

221 .letter$250)down. $78.06($100 vets or Lovely effcy for 1 person, New- Antioch Church. Day I $400 down $76 month ((6)) 5900 NW ,3rd Ave. Lovely CBS home, centrally

all. Nice CBS with mo.hardwood pays hot water, gas and electric'Care. 1603 NW 56th st. Ex- air conditioned plus 2 opts. No qualifying.WE .

floors fum., $20 week. NE 5-5566 perienced teachers. Trainedat
Bethune-Cookman Collegeand ,
Realty ---
,Inc., Broker 759-8600. Like new, carport, I TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.YOU
--- 2 bedroom house CBS, 2255 University of Fla. Cer- .

Invest $25(000( NW 60th St. $25 week. Dixie ticicate Fla. and Ga. Call oak floors, tile roof. CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR!

Net $5,000 Per Year Rental Agency, 3203 NW. 633-2797 or 696-2064. Hurry. $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING

Call PL 1-2768 ---
--- Partly fum. 1 bed. apt. $18 responsible person. Fully

$100 Down Payment week. 566 NW 22nd St. Call equrpedi barber 'shop with or CALL OWNER: EDISON REALTY Realtors
3 or 4 bedroom, CBS homes,. 444-6126 or eves 4482824. ,

As low as $68 per month pays -- For responsible person. Fully '

all> Call Harry Denny, Real- Room for nice man with private equipped barber shop with 0 r 785-8749 175 N.W. 62nd St 7512441tH

tor now,. 9477111. Tip Top bath. Call evenings and without completely turn One

Realty. mornings: 6963295. bedroom apt. 693-0290.

20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 4.1966Poverty

'1! :" 'f,1'1 iV Segregated Private Schools Ito

I : : Programi : I Hire": .'rt ,

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'; Gits $2tMiIIioi ;. Mort Lose Tax Exemption I

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Florida Congressman research and education projects begins this week and will provide It may revoke the tax buttons made to the schools,
Claude Ripper announced In Dade County.A work opportunities for exempt status of private and the schools will have to
Tuesday In Washington Neighborhood Youth 500 school dropouts. Total schools formed avoid pub- pay,federal tax on such sour MAD HAT SHOW
four federal grants amount Corps project in cooperationwith project coast is $1,467,410with lic school desegratlon, the ces as dividends and itierest. AND TEA
ing to more than $2.5 mil Metropolitan' Dade the balance to be provided Internal Revenue Service The Internal Revenue
lion had been earmarked fora County is getting '$1,130520. ,- by Metro. said Wednesday in Washington Service is studying if private The pleasure of your com-
series of poverty program, The one-year program A Neighborhood Youth schools formed to avoid pany is requested by Victoria
Corps program In conjunction The question has been under desegregation are in Ward Chapter No. 86, Orderof
.with the Dade County consideration since early conflict with the Constitu- the Eastern Stars on Sun-
Sfrongorm' Men Get School System gets $547- this year, and "it won't be tion, and whether a schoolin day, Nov. 13, 3 to 6.p.m. at
550. It will give part-time long" before a decision is conflict with the Constitution its Annual Mad Hat Show and
I. employment to 950 students, reached, and IRS spokes- can be tax exempt. Tea at the Range Funeral
now in school and another mans said. Home, 5727 NW 17th Ave.
Heavy SentencesTwo 950 summer school students. The Office of Educationsaid First and second prizes for
Dade school system will pay at least 122 private TELL OURADVERTISERS the maddest and runn.--up
$99,840 as its share in the schools have been setup In hats.
gun-men were con The men were apprehended program. nine Southern states in he
victed Tuesday of holdingup before midnight Sept. 24, Office of Higher Education past three years. Some 64 YOU SAW IT IN THE Leroy Dr. Johnson Irene O., W.P.Pratt,, Enma W.M.;
a cafeteria cook on a minutes after they jumped grant of $648,000 goes to other such schools havebeen TIMES Ward, secretary.
Miami Beach street. They Kenneth Anderson, of Barry College for a $2 mil planned, a survey in July
were given a one-year j jail 55, Collins Ave., and took lion library building. revealed.
sentences by Criminal Court his wallet. The National Aeronauticsand The figures were not avail-
.1 Judge Carling Stedman. The wallet,containing four Space Administrationgrant able for Northern states.
dollars, was recovered on a to the University of Loss of tax exempt status
rooftop at 5th St., and Collins Miami for space researchis would take tax deductions BfRDlMD LOUNGE
Ave. $199,260. from individuals for contri-
BROWNSVILLEJUNIOR The pair,Reginald Clark,
HIGHBroWl1svilte 31, of 1801 N.W. 2nd Ct,
Junior High and Joe Lee Coley, 22, of Sunset BoulevardFt.
School is busily preparint itself 155B N.W. 1st Ave., pleaded
for the annual obser- innocent to the robbery VOTEFor lauderdalePRESENTS

vance of American Education charge.
Loffedo of the Public -
Week, Nov. 6-12.

cation The Week 1966 theme American is "Edu-Edu- torney Defender's, protested Office that, their Clark at- The MAN Who Will _-" ''' :'r\f" i: l'; 'l t''L

cation Adds Up." The seven had no police record and .'::,. W iI' I
daily topics which support that Coley had only a record 1/. &!\ ,. .!

nity the theme to rational are: to thinking human dig to a of misdemeanors. Represent ALL Of The #=:'.1.. .l 6_ 1 '; .

creative spirit to self-re Anderson was jumped .
liance; to economic compe- when he went out to buy a ALL FEATURINGNOAHWELL
tence; to informed citizenship pack of cigarette Ten min- People Of FLORIDA
r ; to life-long opportunity. utes later Coley and Clark CRUZ PIANO
t M'. Manatee I. Bannerman, were stopped on the rooftopof
I principal of Brownsville Jr. the 5th St. Gym by Miami -
High, announces a full schedule Beach police officers Arthur BIG SIX. BASS & VOCALS
I for American Education Ganz and Michael l Mil-
Week. The school's observance ler. Everybody Welcome
will include special
Coley had an eviction notice '
assemblies on the morning of in his poket when hewas Open every nlte except Tuesday
Nov. 9 at which Mr. Donald arrested, and he told police, FOR GOVENOR
Wheeler Jones, local attorney,, "That is why I did it." 9 p.m. a.m. Sat. 3 ci.m.
will be the featured speaker.A iPd. Pol. Adv .
school wide: poetry contestIs I --- ----
being sponsored by the
American Education Week
committee. A recognition
luncheon for the first six
weeks honor students will be
sponsored by the Brownsville

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