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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 11, 1966
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
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[. #1 Is -'E'ir$1 Senator i, *- j.-. In TI5"YQars; 't


Edward W. Brooke, attorney in his state Tuesday. He is
general of Massachusetts, the first Negro senator in '

Congressmen Discuss was elected to U. S. Senatein almost a century.
the Republican landslide Brooke overwhelmingly
fA defeated his opponent, for-
mer Gov. Endicott Peabody,
Local ProblemsCongressmen and emerge as an importantnew

voice among liberal. Re-

publicans.An .
Dante Fas- ed that the seminar was intended -

'cell' and Claude Pepper participated to help interested r Episcopalian with an

I CLAUDE KIRK' in a half-day' seminar in "long range" community Italian wife, Brooke garnered :
to discuss all areas of problems to "obtain a bet- 68 per cent of the white I
Claude Kirk, 40-year-old With tears in his eyes, federal help for solving MI- ter picture of what the Fed- d} Protestant vote and 49 per
banker, won in the Florida the Democrat said, "He will ami's urban problems called eral government is doing cent of the Italian vote. His

gubernatorial election Tuesday 'be my governor. I am a Flo- by the City of Miami's emergency and can be expected to do In victory wiped out the shadowof
against Miami's Mayor ridian. I put that above my Community Action the future to help solve the a white "backlash" 'in ..
Robert King High. He will be personal fortune." Hoard Thursday, Nov. 10, many problems which Massachusetts. I I.

the first Republican governorto Political observers nameda at 9'a.m. in the Dupont Plaza plague our underprivilegedin
occupy the governor'smansion number of factors that might Hotel. this city." Incumbent Gov. John A.

in Tallahassee since have contributed to High's According to City Commissioner Volpe also defeated his De-
Reconstruction Days--94 years defeat Some blame the increase Mrs. Athalie Miami attorney and eth- mocratic opponent, Edward J.
McCormack Jr., a nephewof
ago.In local taxes and moun- Range, founder of the City'sbiracial nic group leader Constantine
the House Speaker John
,
the state's 2,561 pre- ting crime rate in Dade. Dick Lantz is chairmanof
)
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board, the theme
McCormack.Volpe received 55
cincts, 2,407 in Tuesday'selection that
with all theprogress
Others
say for the the and he has
Kirk 786,600 day was "ll1amlCares" program per cent of the votes in Boston '
gave that Florida has invited the leaders of such
The and is a frank effort McCormack's hometown.
votes, and High 637,585. made in race relations, she ,
Republicans led in 56 of the to to bhow the whole commu- groups as the Community This is his third term as go-
is not quite ready acceptas
67 counties. governor a man who is nity that many people and Relations board, Dade venor of the Bay state. .

High had hoped for a ma- marked "ultra-liberal," Some groups arc working to make County Community Task
Miami better in Force, HOPI, NAACP,
jority of 200,000 votes from have other things. a place whichto
Dade County, out his home Most of the Democratic live. Local newsman and Southern Christian! Leader- (

county gave him only 58000. leaders in the state, except columnist Hal Bcrgida! ship Conference, Classroom Deputies Indicted

Dade gave High 153.505 votes Oov. Hay don Bums, supported Chairman of the Board's Ex- Teachers Assn.; AFLCIOand
to Kirk's 95,710. High in, his campaign. ecutive Committee, explain- others to participate.
Kirk told his campaign __ n_
Bums reportedly congratulated
workers (n'his victory state Kirk on his. victory and Grand

ment make that"the they American had helped dream promised smooth to help the him transition in making ""'2 Killed;" In SecondAvenue I -.By.. Jury .:


come true I assure you from a Democratic to a Re- Indictments sion; Dave Helman, suspended
In two sweeping -
Florida will continue to have administration when
publican who headed
sergeant the
last Friday the Dade
government in Tallahassee Kirk takes office in January.Florida's unit
ShootingsTwo intelligence ; and deputies
Grand chargedMiami's
County Jury
which will be the servant of
George Busbee and
the people and nothing more." first Republican top-ranking law of-
ficer and other lesser officers Ernest Ferguson.On .
Conceding his defeat at governor was Harrison Reed. persons were killed Ave., owned by Neal McLeodof Jan. 2, 1963, accord-
11 p.m. High wished his He served as chief executive last Friday in separate inci- 717 NW 2nd Avenue. with conspiracy to' commit
the inc
ing to fitment the
opponent "Godspeed and suc- from July 9, 1868 to January dents, two hours apart at bribery, and with allegedly five-then officers took stolen,
cess as governor." 7, 1873. the Soul House, 820 NW 2nd taking stolen loot
Juanita Washington, 23, of Sheriff T. A. ,Buchananwas furs, jewelry and other personal -
352 NW 11th St. was shot in involved in the first property" which had
the head by Odessa Holmes, indictment. His codefendentis been stolen from "dwelling

23, of 838 NW 14th St., was ( Dave Shrifin. houses or other buildings"byRuth
Special Squads Proposed the first to die, according to Three former high ranking Campbell Cox, also
police. Miss Holmes was officers and two veteran known as Ruth Walker, and a
charged with second degree Negro deputies were chargedin person identified as 'Jimmie.'
murder by police. the second indictment Fri-
day with grand larceny, alleging Police records show that
To Combat Juvenile GangsAnother they stole loot which the Coc woman, then 36, was ".
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arrested in January 1963 an d
had taken in several
been
Mitchell 49 of 216
,
Leroy accused in at least eight

A proposal was made Mon- they get there, the.gangs said, "Just throw- NW 16th Terr. was killed failedto at burglaries residential on or Miami store building Beach. apartment house burgl aries
9 Police said he
day night by Senior Juvenile have melted away in the al- these youngsters into deten- a.m. on Miami Beach. She wore a
get out of the line of fire The five are, Manson Hill,
Court Judge Donald Stoneto leys." tion solves nothing. You have maid's uniform to avoid suspicion -
resigned chief of detectives,
bar between
in shootout at a
use squads of specially The flying squad idea was got to get back to the parents Roosevelt a Johnson, 38, of Leslie Van Buskirk, suspended during the daytime,
trained police to swoop downon given the ok by juvenile court and make them accept 10th 'St. and Lonnie chief of the Police Divi police said.
217 NW ,
officers attending the meeting them blames."
juvenile plaguingarea
gangs 38 ( kin) of 430
Johnson, no
in Miami. They suggested supplementing Some parents are blamingthe
I "They would move fast in it with a "get tough at law for taking the teeth NW 9th St.Johnson. NAACP Urges Change
: response to a citizen's cal titude" toward parents. out of parental authority at
i for help," Judge Stone said. Haul the parents of these home. There was a time when I
Business leaders in attendance kids into court, slap them the "old man' did not spare was charged with

at the meeting, with $10 fines," said one."Let's the rod and it did lots a goodin assault murder with, and intent a to murder commit To fair Share State TaxThe

voiced their concern over stop kidding ourselves his home. If he attempts
what they called "the appalling parents in this area such a method of disciplining charge was also placed State President of the Hotel and Motel accommodations -

rate" of juvenile violence have got to show some re Johnny today, he might run against Roosevelt Johnson National Association for the ;. food in restaurants -
in the community and possibility.." right into the hands of the law for Mitchell's death. Advancement of Colored and cafeterias; airlines

"' pledged their support. People called yesterday for tickets, and over the counter

I Lt. John Former of the a new look at the tax struc- by the drink alcoholic beverages r,
Miami Police Juvenile Section ture of FlorIda Rutledge should be taxed more
also offered Judge Stone Pearson charged that the because the people who use .1'

his backing."I tales tax is overworked and them are people who can
think the idea is sound ..ktMM that it overtaxes the poor. pay more, he said. A head
and I'll pass it on to my su- I S N V Pearson stated that anyone of a household or family who
periors," he said. Mwy who knows anything about can prove through an in-

The business leaders unfolded taxes knows that a regres- come tax return,weekly pay-
a sorbid story of sive tax is the worst and roll receipt: or by that the
beatings, stabbings, house most inequitable form of tax- yearly family earning is less
i
breakings and shotings-many :' ation there is. He said the than $3,000 should be ex-
in broad daylight before ? sales tax is a regressive tax empted from the state's sales,

scores of spectators."A tMISS 4 Y and that it puts the larg- tax. This is not only in keep-
man was held upin est burden on those least ing with our Christian eth-
front of my home just the able to pay. The State ics but is just he noted. Pearson -
other day," said J. R. Tay- NAACP strongly advocatea stated that time has long

lor, a businessman in the "fair share tax" a tax past when Negro citizens will
area for more than 45 years."He which would fairly place the sit idly by and allow these
was knocked d own, his
heavier taxes on income in tax inequities to be heaped
and he was
wallet taken,
\ beaten brutally by three young the highest brackets, he said. upon them. We will oppose
fellows. People who have the ability any increase in sales tax

stood there to pay should pay more if unless there are exemptionfor
"People just
we arc going to do whatwe the poor and that the
and watched. They were -
afraid, just terribly afraid, MAYS HIGH This trio of loveliness from Mays High in Goulds smiles ap- should In this state. We people who earn more pay
do need more money for more. The sales tax must
I'm The telling police you. take too long provingly they watch the Rams deflate the BTW High Tornadoes at Miami Stadium education, health and welfare become: a progressive tax

to answer complaints, said Friday night. Left to right are Carolyn Harris, first attendant; Mildred Hall, Miss programs I don't care or be discontinued he concluded -

.. another leader, "and when Mays; and Wanda Ferguson, second attendant. who lays we don't" .. fimly




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I Tests Show Florida Schools Es MANUFACTURIAGACOMPANY




Failing In Negro EducationResults



published recent- bers of our work force They A study of 2,500 of those' GENERAL
ly in American Educationon have not been educated to rejected showedlhat Negroes
the Armed Forces Qualification provide for themselves and who failed the test averagedone
Test reveal that a their families." more year of school than
Negro male, 18, schooledIn "The test does not meas- whites. They had some high
Florida, is four times as ure innate Intelligence or school experience which the
likely to fail armed forces scholastic aptitude it white failures had not.
mental test than a white male measures precisely those The national failure rate
the same age attending Flor- skills that are most Important of whites on examinations I
ida schools. in terms of jobs and In- averaged one-fourth that of
The U.S. Office of Edu- come." .Negroes,except in West Virginia i I V
cation publication, for the The report shows that the where they are equal .
first times, gives the racial failure rates and other re-
breakdowns of test results lated tests ran from 6 per
which have been classified. cent in the State of Wash- WMBM
The publication says: ington to a high of 55 per 1490 On Your Dial
"AFQT results tell a great cent in the District of Col- BLANCHE CALLOWAY
deal more than the number umbia. The national aver- PRESENTSPROGRESS'REPORT
of men not qualified intell- age was 25 per cent.Floridawas t rs V a.
ectually to enter the Armed 32.9 per cent. I 1 Et' t

Forces. These same young The Midwest and West- 1 Times Daily i
men are equally unqualified ern states and the lowest re- jW1[ rc
8 Lift., 1:55 and 10 p.m.r .
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LOS ANGELES, Calif. Dedication of the Watts Manufacturing Co., a subsi-
Three Coconut Grove eighth graders who have perfect attendance records at diary of Aerojet-General Corporation, took place today in South 'Central Los Ange-
George Washington Carver Junior High School have received merit awards from the les. Shown at the opening "ribbon sewing" ceremony is Calif. Governor Edmund G.

Dairy Council of South Florida. Brown (seated), while Leon 0. Woods, general manager of the Watts plant, looks on
They are Bernard Miller, 13, son of Mrs. Bessie B. Miller, 3181 Plaza Street; at right. Observing at left is Dan A. Kimball, chairman of Aerojet's executive com
Dorothy Williams, 13, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Williams, 3280'Day Avenue, mittee. Company will train more than 200 local personnel and put them to work pro-
and Valerie Glover, 13, daughter of Mrs. Annie Lee Glover of 227.Grant'Drive.. ducing tents for the Army, Navy and Air Force.
Bernard is in top standing with Carver's new Perfect Attendance Cluo, a group
organized to combat the school's record of having the poorest attendance in Dade
County. He attends St. Mary's Baptist Church and is a juniorusher. He plays foot Terry Parker To Get Omega Psi Phi AwardThe : I
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ball and baseball.

Dorothy too is in top standing with the Perfect Attendance Club. She sings in annual Achievement The coveted Omega Man Award.
the Junior Choir at St. Jane Baptist Church, does' babysitting, is a Junior League Week Program of Omega of the Year Award will be Brothers Richard Harris,
Lodge member and sells poppies for the American Legion n' Poppy Day. Psi Phi Fraternity will be presented to Mrs. Terry Herbert Day, Willie Wright,
Valerie is one of three Carver students with pertect attendance the first six held November 13 at the Parker, wife of the late Brother Elliott Scavella, and Astrid
weeks. She belongs to the Cadettes marching squad,sings in the Junior Choir at St. Casablanca Hotel on Miami Terry Parker. Mr. An- Mack are the members of the
Mary's Baptist Church-and is on the junior usher board. Beach. The program will be- thony Simons, Sr. will re- Achievement Week Program
The Dairy Council has a continuing program to honor meritorious young peoplein gin at 4 o'clock p.m. ceive the Citizen of the Year committee.
Dade County.SUN. An outstanding program.is
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and their guests. Again the i

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday November 11. 1966 3

Negro Religious Leaders Representing

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10 Million Condemn Black PowerNegro t


religious leaden Bishop Joseph Gomez, pre- ing to the constructive effortsto The
representing some 10 million manifesto also stated
siding bishop of the Fourth
solve the
remaining prob- that "The black
American Negroes across power quest
Episcopal District, A.M.E. lems in
the United States today adopted #- Church, Cleveland, Ohio, The manifesto our society. must not be condoned or
then pointed followed, for
a manifesto condemnIng had been it too Is divisive -
prepared by a out that if the civil
rights and
is
the term "black power"and an expression of
drafting committee of nine
struggle is to
succeed in the
discrimination
for from the Negro's
calling a more active Negro church leaders. future -
"it
must be
more and point of view
participation by Negro Underlying the manifestoand more when
church leaders In the strugglefor the entire spirit of the ducted emphasized and con- used as a separatist move-
as a national
civil rights.Attending cause ment among Negroes
conference fora
was an appeal
and not
as
a Negro cause,
white
a Summit Con- against people. Power
return to law and orderin
disrespect for law
ference of Negro Religious the civil rights struggle.As must be and order has no color. But if the termis
Leaders on the Present Crisis stated in the manifesto, Federal Government discouraged, the used to indicate the Ne-
in the Civil must gro's growth in productive
Rights Struggle, Bishop Gomez reminded the continue its firm
stand
in Chicago,the 250 representatives representatives that "As a the rights and the for ability both in the field of
unanimously adopted race, we must not allow the of all its citizens, and security fam- economics and voting, thenit
the manifesto outlining failures of others to embitterour ilies must have represents nothing new forit
a of
several steps which-must be spirits. Neither must we personal sense simply means an advanced
taken if, in their terms, "the directly or indirectly turn to the stability responsibility of their homes for, step from protest to product
civil rights struggle is to suc- violence of any kind. Race and for the moral climate in ioa"
ceed in the future." riots, the destruction of life which their children Outlining several positive
The manifesto, read by and property can add noth- reared. are steps that church leaden
-- must take, the manifesto stated
that "The church must
continue its effort in the struggle Mr. A. L. "Jake" Simms smiles as he received a
for freedom, but on a roundtrip ticket for two to the FAMU-Tenn. State gamein
larger scale. Religious lead- Tallahassee from Mr. Kelly C. Wilson, a member of
ers must help with the strat- the Rattlers, Incorporated, who sponsored the fund
egy and plans for future civil raising event.
rights efforts, make voter
registration a part of the program
of the local church,
,e( Lyl 't join together in a united program
M to win over the so-
called teenage gangs, and
must make known the needsof t
our people and of our JOHNSON .
nation to mayors of cities,
governors of states, and to
f + the President of the United .. k of Miami
w States." / ,
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type in the nation, was held 'q It's never too late
-ii under the chairmanship of I 1 to have that wedding
Dr. J. H. Jackson, presidentof i
made.
the National Baptist Con- I picture
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, November 11. 1966
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pfics .,_.". To Be Equal!



H. E. SICISMUMD REEVES Editor and Publisher by Whitney M. Young Jr.

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor By Booker T. Hayes \ \ Ill .
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE City Editor Ex ftcuHvpDlrpctorNatlonat UrbanLeagw _f :

Member of the Notional' hUwipapor Publishers Assoelotion I, like the majority of Dade Countians have, supported -" This summer, like the two previous ones, American i..il'

SUBSCRIPTION RATES a loser. Somehow, I have been unable to muster cities were torn by riots in ghetto areas. Few cities were

ONE YEAR $5.00 -,SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 that rebellious feeling that accompanies defeat, because spared, and those only through luck.
within I feel my choice Mayor Robert King High Why?
Ent.rd at Second Class Matter. August 9, 1927 at the Post was the best qualified candidate. If I who am only a Answers have come hot and heavy from all sides, but
Office at Miami, Florida, under the oct of March 8. 1876 well-wisher can feel such a complete let down, know it is obvious that the riots were caused by long suppressed
what this defeat has mean to Mayor High. A defeat suchas bitterness and frustration fostered by overcrowded slums,
Office nt 6740 NW 15th Avenue Phone OX 1-0421 this would spell havoc to most men, but the I mayor widespread unemployment, ineffective cooperation betweenthe
w and the failure on the part of
ghetto-dwellers
in defeat as races
graceful to
be
has shown that he can just as
sec any real immediate change in their bad living condi
IT'S GOVERNOR KIRK in victory. tions.

The election in Florida is Until Americans realize this and do something about
over. Tuesday November
Mayor High is not a victim of campaign strategy, these conditions, they can look for rioting to become
8, was a historical day for the state. On that day, but represented a hippingpost for the rebellious faction_ permanent'fixture of American summers, in spite of the a
Floridians elected Mr. Claude Kirk, a Republican, as which has become part and parcel of our American so efforts of responsible civil rights leaders urging restraint
governor of the state-the first time in 94 years. ciety. His defeat acts to serve notice on all functioning and condcmmlng violence.

Miami's Mayor Robert King High was defeated by a Democrats that the pace is too fast. The vote presents That they don't realize it or are unwilling to face the
vote of 778,786 to 626,615 with 2426 of the 2561 pre- a mandate by the people indicating their desire for a efforts needed to change these.conditions, is obvious from
cincts reporting. change. Disenchantment with the Democratic party the reactions to the riots. We all know about the so-called
Evidently the majority of the Floridians wanted a generated by Mr. Kirk's predecessor has as he would "backlash" in which long-hidden racist thoughts have
change of party.In have it played an important part in Mayor High's defeat. become plain for all to see. Another response is to blame

Dade, the biggest county in the state, Mayor The people have chosen what to them appears to be the riots on "outside agitators". People who talk this way
High received 152,505 votes and Governor Kirk 95,710. the lesser'of U* two ,evils.. The actions and maneu- sound very much like plantation bosses: "our; Negroesare

The mayor accepted his defeat gracefully, thanking vers of the outgoing governor, plus the fact that he happy, it's those" outside agitators coming in here and

his supporters and wishing the governor "God's speett was a Democrat made the idea of a change the only effective making trouble. _
The mayor of Cleveland went so far as to back a grand
and all attainable to the
success. remedy majority.
jury there which blamed riots in Iough on "trained agl.tators"
Atty. General Faircloth, Treasurer Broward WilliamsRepresentative' and Communists. But police undercover agents

Dante Fascell and all the Democratic Mayor High, and I say this with deepest regret may said Communists had no part in the riots and a study by
nominees for the Florida. legislature were successfully have contributed more to the state in defeat than some sociologists concluded that lack effective leadership and
elected. who have served. His candidacy, and we must not over the unresponsiveness to the needs of the Negro communitywas
A change in the office of sheriff was made, making look the actions of Mr. Burns have revived the Repub- the real cause.

that office appointive instead of elective. Sheriff lican threat and started Florida on the road to again The then Attorney-General, Nocholas De B. tCatzenbach
Buchanan was dismissed by Governor Haydon Burns being alT active two party state. This is essential in told the Senate that the real agitators were: "agitators
and George Leppig is now serving as sheriff. that candidates:! will know that they must produce or named disease and despair, joblessness and hopelessness,
South Dade also won their battle for hospital faci- be challanged for their positions. It will 'mean that rat-infested housing and long-impacted cynicism."
lities at Kendall. being a Democrat does not necessarily constitute vic- Anyone put In those conditions would think of violence
tory. The people are not desirious of a complege chan young Vista volunteer from a middle-class suburb now
NATIONAL EDUCATION WEEK over, but in a new direction. This is evidenced by the working and living in the South Bronx (NY) told a reporter
number of Democrats having been returned to office. how he felt on a sweltering day in his slum apart.

This is .National Education Week, observed by They have shown their willingness to try the untried, ment. "I feel inside me how riots start. I just had to get
schools throughout the nation.In and at this point, none of us can truthfully say that the out into the street. walking six flights down, and if a cop
had said anything to it would have been hard
me
not
to
Texas on Monday, President Johnson visited experience will be more distasteful than what we are re- "
start
something.
Welhausen Elementary School where he teacher linquishing.In .
was a -
If the cycle of rioting is to be broken, both government .
of the fourth grade 38 years ago. and
industry must move Immediately to alleviate
He warned the students not to be a dropout before my opinion, Claude Kirk the man did not defeat conditions in the ghetto. These moves must be made be
they go as far as possible. To be a dropout today can Mayor High the man. It was Claude Kirk, the opportuni- fore riots, not after them. Riots in Chicago resulted in
mean to aim a loaded pistol at your life, said the Pre- turnity for a change that spelled defeat. To some this better recreational facilities and riots in San Francisco
sident. has no meaning, but I'm sure Mr. High has realized the resulted in job openings. Had enlightened self-interest prevailed

"Often young Americans write to ask what they people are not protesting to his integrity, his proposals these concessions could have forestalled costly
do to help their country. The President's answer is i of his ambitions, but to his party of which he is a de- bloodshed.
stay in school. Work to the limit of your ability and dicated member. Whatever the reason behind his defeatit Nobody wants a riot. The only one who are hurt by
,has from them are people in the ghetto themselves. It makes
ambition. What you are doing now is the most Important generated a feeling within that I have only no
r experienced concerning a politican once before. This sense to allow terrible conditions to exists, watch them
work
you can possibly do. also occured during the month of November in the year explode, and then offer token concessions. Yet this is whatis
We commend to our readers, both parents and stu- 1963. happening. No city is making a real effort to change
dents the advice given to the students in Texas by our the face of its ghettos by creating jobs, building better
president which should be of interest to students I have never considered myself an analyst of poli housing, and doing all the other things necessary to re-
around the nation. tical rebuffs, but I'm sure you need not be an expert to lieve tension and create ahealthy atmosphere conduciveto
Says Daniel Webster detect some dissent ion between the County Managerand progress.
the former Sheriff. The County Manager appears -to Instead, the riots are being used as an excuse to with
"If we work upon marble, it will perish, if on possess an intriguing sense of humor. His choice for hold rights and opportunities for Negro citizens. Life
brass, time will efface it; if we raise temples they will temporary sheriff can only be termed a dig into the Magazine pointed out that ". it is worth noting that
crumble into dust, but if we work upon immortal minds already ailing Mr. Buchanan. His appointment of Mr. approximately 21,990,000 U. S. Negroes 'out of 22 mil
and imbue them with principles, with the just fear of George Leppig as Dade County Public Safety Director lion' did not rampage or riot." Yet the rights of
God and love of our fellowmen, we engrave on those seems fo signify his disapproval of Mr. Leppig's firing all 22 million are threatened by the acts of a few Such
tablets something that will brighten to all eternity." by the former sheriff. It seems ironic that this man was an attitude can only lead to more trouble.
unable to serve within the department yet in the of This nation can take the high road to racial peace or
1833:1840 RELICS the County Manager he is the best possible substitute eyes it can take the low road. It can willingly eradicate the
poverty and discrmination ti can
that feeds violence or
From the state's capitol comes news that batches until a permanent man is acquired. wait until the absolute last moment and take action only

of early Florida relics have been found while excava- when the crisis gets out of hand. Pious warnings about

ting on the site of the new legislative building across law and order or subtle threats by people In high and
the street from the capitol. low places won't work. The Negro needs mor than ad-

There are 25 blue and white chamber pots, China vice and lectures.

trays, other pots and a sugar bowl, two brass and two LET'S TALK POLITICS

glass candlesticks. There were also bottles, buttons,
1 and other objects dating from the early 1820s By: Norman E. Jones PUN PHUNBy


Now that the general elections: are over, regardless of I Phil Ossoter I

JUVENILE GANGS the outcome, the Negro must initiate and devlop some As far as I concerned, Dog lovers may petitionto
Senior Juvenile Judge Donald Stone's proposalthat new strategies, methods and goals if he is to remain a miniskirts do not enhance get medical benefits for
trained be potent or even recognizable political force in the State the beauty of women. Ithink succeed
specially police used to swoop down on of Florida. their pets. If they
juvenile gangs in the Miami area seems to be a worth- For the first time in modern history candidates they should go to greater the agency for these benefits
runningon lengths to make
while one and it is pleasing to note that the idea brought the Republican party ticket has presented a serious attractive. To themselvesmore could be called MedicurorMuttlcare.
skirts .
prompt and overwhelming support from business leaders challenge to Democratic candidates for major statewide of- that hang above the me, knee
and other concerned.We fices of Governor and members of the cabinet. are baloney. I understand that the not
think certain business areas should be patrolled ary public for the zoo hasa
This is good In general, as a Democraticform of Govern- trained seal.
.
nightly especially on weekends. Then too, our judgesare *
ment is not under
possible a .
one-party
system, but for *
rather
considerate in meeting out sentences. We the "Negro" the tactics employed by both candidates for Ivan Tors, local movie buttermilk I
1 have heard much comment about light sentences given Governor bodes ill-will as regardless of the outcome the maker who produces the Getting no old favorite
went back
1 for serious crimes committed and vice versa. Naturally, Negro was not permitted to play an active open and de- Flipper movies, is nowmak- coffee. Although tomy I enjoy coffee -
the general public of the clared position in the campaign for either Ing a movie
are nol interpreters law, but candidate.The about a bear most of all of the drinks
have the right to their named "Gentle Ben." Ben
express opinion. I switch occasionally tokeep
candidate
running on the Republican ticket Is a former
must be a it.caf.
photogenic bear to iI
Democrat with deep roots in George Wallace's personal i either a Kodiak : from becoming addicted
fiefdom of Alabama whose or a Polar- don't want to become a -
EFFECTS OF URBAN only campaign issue was the RENEWALA labeling of the favorite son of Flat Creek, Tennessee an fiend. ? ,
meeting of leaders discuss the ultra-Liberal, which makes about much .
community to impact as sense as labeling I love doughnuts,too,but
of Dade County's firsturban renewal project on the Pope an atheist. So quite naturally he ran a lily-white And speaking of animals, before I can eat them I have
the larger community will be held Monday, Nov. 14 at 8 campaign.The I called the zoo last week, to break them in half be-

p.m. in the Brownsville EOPI Neighborhood Center, Democratic candidate who owes his position but couldn't get an answer. cause I can't eat a doughnut -
2741 NW 49th st.Discussions. statewide candidate to the strong support of the Negro vote as a, The lions were busy. (whole.
will be held the of decent was frightened Into -
on provision not waging an active campaign for the -
safe and sanitary housing for those persons who Negro vote, trading his solid strength of the Negro vote
r are displaced, the community impact of the selected lo- for the scattered support of flat Creek, Florida and the
cation of new public housing units, the impact of a counties, leaving the Negro vote unsolicited for In an MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
attempt
! shifting population on school facilities, the needs for to turn the clock back tothetlmewhen the,Negro was totally MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
additional recreational facilities, and other community disfranchised. YOU.
APPRECIATE BUSINESS WITH
DOING
services and facilities. Representatives of the Urban
Frankly, the "good old" days of
race-baiting is
much
Renewal Agency, Miami Housing Authority, School better then being Ignored by both parties, here the Negro THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.
Board, Park & Recreation Department, Sheriff's Office, is with a big bag of votes and nobody wants them. What PLEASE PATRONIZE THEMI
Community Relations Board and EOPI will be presentto next? This is the problem for Florida's Negro: political
discuss common problems. leaders in the immediate future. '



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GRAND REOPENINGr



I
with Mrs. Clifford (Lucille) Riou
is Mrs. Maxie Johnson of Chicago.It's .
.

number two son for Helen (Higgs) and Barnette
Holston of Hampton, Va. Master Byron Rhetta arrived
November 4.Friends.


of Mrs. Percy (Eartha) styles are sending
good wishes her way and hope she'll keep improving

steadily each day. Reg. Hairdo $2.00

The City of Miami's newly named official flower, N
the yellow allanamda, is a bloom which brightens the r r SHAMPOO -PAESS & CURL
landscape throughout the year. The allamandawas _
named the city's official flower in a contest conducted _
by the Miami Beautification Committee.
Wigs Set & Styled

Elaine Cooper of Nassau is the houseguest of Mr. F I

and Mrs. Haywood Flowers. liI- \ $2.50

Janice Maycock has begun "
training at Eastern Air-
lines school for flight attendants. .... CLEANED $2.00
I f I,\:..... _._ .. .
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Wedding Bells will ring for Josephine Austin and
Cecil Watson, Sunday, Nov. 20 at St. Peter's African LATEST ADDITION to the bookkeeping staff of
Orthodox Church. the Coconut Grove Bank is Mrs. Veronica Witherspoon, ALA PETITE WIGS

21-year-old mother of one child, who resides at 3616
After an extended in Grand Ave. Mrs. Witherspoon the 100% HUMAN HAIR
stay Miami, Veronica Thompson got job through the $IB 50
has returned to her home, Governor's Harbor. Ron- efforts of Irwin M. Readon, employment specialist of VALUE $33.50 .
nie underwent surgery twice and made great improvement the Coconut Grove Neighborhood Center of the Economic
so her doctor gave her the A-ok and she's again Opportunity Program,Inc., agency that fights the war on
with her family and fr business.Get poverty.
JDAYS ONLY NOV. /14-15-16

well wishes to Virginia Mobley, Cleveland ..
Sampson, George and PROGRAM DATE LINES: '
Wynn Carl Hanna. OPEN 7:00 AM
November 11 Veteran' Day
'
Health, welfare, civic, educational, cultural agen- November 15 -Christmas seal Campaign begins
cies and all of the hospitals in Dade County need vo- November 1824 National Farm-City week
lunteers. Will you help? If so, call volunteer servicesat November 19 Girl Scouts Western Round-up, Kimberly'sBeauty
3711324. Groups and clubs interested in helping Manor Park

needy for the holidays, please call the office now.,.
Salon
Mrs. J. Hartman (ElminaTaylor spent the weekend PRETHANKSGIVINGTEA
in Kingston, Jamaica.
FINEST
4310 NW 7th Ave.

Leon Ferguson, teacher at Baxley, Ga., has been Lodge No. 13,Grand United PRINTING
recently appointed assistant principal of the high Order of Pall Bearers of Phone 757-9254
school. Le 01 is the son of Mrs. Harriet Outen. America, Inc.cordially invites
you to attend its Third Annual SERVICE
Pro-Thanksgiving Tea, Sun-
Mrs. Kate S. Dean was the guest speaker at the 11 day, Nov. 13, 4 p.m. at pallBearers
a.m. service of St. Phillip's Episcopal Church at Jacksonville Temple, 5525 NW OUR CLASSIFIED ADS
last Sunday.Accompanying Dean was Mrs. 7th Ave. Speaker is Ms.
Franklin (Pearl) Stirrup. Irene Brown. Edward Williams C ali 691_0421
is president. BRING RESULTS

Marilyn Y. Wilson was elected first attendant to_
the queen of her dormitory at Clark College, Atlanta

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Congratulations to Mrs. Charles (Vera) Wyche on
her second consecutive crowning as the First Lady of
States of the Episcopal Church of the Incarnation 1 1If

Victoria Ward Chapter No. 86 Order of the Eastern
Star invite you to its annual Mad Hat Show and Tea on t, r'. 1
Sunday, Nov. 13, 3 to 6 p.m. at the Range Funeral
Home. '
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Thoughts of deepest sympathy to the following families ,\1,;' t'1 f
in their loss of loved ones: Carey-Johnson-Lee- 1 '. ':.
Knowles, Brown and Mackey; Miller-Hamm; Johnson- :!11 t'br. \ f
Kelly; Brown; Thompson.Rev. : !. -- ..

and Mrs. Benjamin (Eldoris Styles) Haile and \ "
son, Marvin of Crescent City are spending the weekend f zvThe; 1
with her mother, Mrs. George Styles.

Diabetes Detection Drive during the week, to un
cover the hundreds of undiagnosed diabetics. Did you
remember to be checked??? finance Your Car with Our

Best wishes are extended because your birth
day's here-Nov. 10, Dora Rhodes; Nov. 11, Kathlean AUTO
Cooper, James Washington II, Marian Thomas, Donald LOAN!
Pennington; Nov. 12, Arie B. Lawrence and Berrye B.
Elliot; Nov. 13, Loletta Clarke, Annie Mae Jones, .
Shelia Ross, Fran Chambers and Cynthia Cruz; 'Nov. Exquisettes presents
14, Albert Ruff; Nov. 15, Hazel Matthews and Linda winter fashions, Sunday, Nov. 1. Shop around for the car you want. Bring us the
chapman, Nov. 16, (The Chief) Henry E. S. Reeves 13, 4 p.m. at 4150 NW 7th
Ave. Free refreshments. make model and
Nevi Wilson, Reginald Miller, Fredericka Lawrence and children's fashions. Donation Also I, ';r price

Louise J. Lewis. HAPPY BIRTHDAYI! is $1.00. 1 2. We will okay your loan quickly and With no red r-

Dr. and Mrs. George A. Simpson, Coconut Grove, tape. Our loan policy is very liberal we wantto
will hold a reception at their home, 3619 Percival make loans.
Ave., for Dr. Royal W. Puryear, president of the Fla.
Memorial College, st. Augustine on Sunday, Nov. 27 at SAVE UP TO 40%
M 3. Interest can betas low as 4'/j% on a new car, and
4 p.m. Florida Memorial College, which has been in ON
north Florida for seventy four years will relocate in Auto Insurance payments for as long as 36 monthsthe lowest

Miami in January, 1968. Liability Physical J payments possible. We also make loans on used
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Damage cars up to 5 years old.
Talmadge Fair, Urgan League executive, and
Kenneth Walker, now working on his doctorate degreeat SR 22 Filing
UM, are me mbers of the New Dade County grand jury. No Ont Rtfustd
GOOD DRIVERSNo LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK

Children's Theater International, a troupe of ac- Finance CIsar,. or MIAMI
[1]
children's plays,
tors on inter-state our presenting at littlt as
will stage a series of performances, four of them bene- First fully InttgrattJ bank In the entire Souttitatttiffil -
fits in schools throughout Greater Miami. 15% DOWN here in the Edison Financial: center
There will be two performances at 9:30 a.m. and AT SHELL'S CITY 6013 N.W.7IH Avenue Phone 739-441
1 p.m. Thursday at Northwestern Senior High School. (South Door}
HOW PROVIDING NEW EXTENDED BANKING HOURS
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK PLAZA INSURANCE Monday Twatdoy, Wodnctday, Tkurtdo9:30 am to 2 pm; Friday 9:30 ono to 2 pIt
PROSECUTOR There is no witness so terribleno -- AGENCY end 5 p'" l 0 8 pm. Driv.>ln Window, open Monday thru Friday I 2 to S pm; Saturday 9 ..
accuser so powerful as conscience which dwells Phone: 754-4951 noon.

within us. 5941 NW 7th' Avenue, Membort F.dolftio.v. S....'" and Fodorol Deposit "",.nc. CorporationHouseguesting
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"ROCKET RADIO SOUL FIFTY'
Gwendolyn Laverne Ross
School Scoops 1. Knock On Wood Eddie Floyd Stax

Community schools (Killian, Frank C. Martin, Rich 2. Stay With Me Lorraine Ellison Loma
monjd Junior High) played up the theme of American Education MIAMI BUT ITS MY TOWN 3. Don't Be A Dropout James Brown King
Week, "Education Adds Up," via assemblies, daily SAINT AUGUSTINE'S FLORIDA MEMORIAL and Industrial 4. Whispers (Arc Gettin'Louder
open houses, parent-pupil luncheons, exhibits in the area College move to Dade County next Sept. for Its ) Jackie Wilson Brunswic
stores, and back-to school nights. 1967.1968 fiscal debut Formerly tagged Florida Normal 5. Fa Fa Fa Otis Redding'olt
and Industrial Institute, the FNII symbols were changedto 6. Never Like This Before
IJarents't have"an'opportunity to participate in their child's KM 1C after a merger with Florida Memorial College of Eddie Floyd Stax
typical school day when they attend"Back.To-School Night"at Live Oak. Ground breaking ceremonies the newcomeris 7. Reach Out Four Tops
Miami Killian on November 15, beginning at 7:30 pm; scheduled for Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 25, and Rev. 8. SecrctLove: Billy Stewart Chess Motown
or Richmond Heights Junior High on November 17,beginning Edward '1'. Graham of Mount Zion Baptist is chairman of 9. I'm Still Waiting Patti Labelle
Atlantic
at 7:30 pm also. the college's board of trustees. Dr. R. W. Puryear is pres- & Bluebirds

ident 10. It Tears Me 1lP Percy Sledge
Seniors at Atlantic
Palmetto Senior High took the Placement Test
on Wednesday, November 2. The tests, which include ap- scooTTiT BOOKER T. WASHINGTON'S diamond 11. Behind Locked
titude tests in English and Mathematics, and achievementtests athlete, Gregory Johnson, has been scouted to play with 11. Behind Locked Witches & Scw.Clty
in English, social studies, natural sciences, and mathe- the New York Mets baseball nine. The 1965 high school Doors Warlocks
matics, arc required for admittance to Florida colleges. grad, who did his homework on Dorsey Park, signed on 12. Just Like A Fish Jr. Parker :Mercury
Social Notes the Mets dotted line Wednesday, Oct. 26. Johnson beginshis 13. You've Got '1'0 Be
You are cordially invited to attend the annual Book training session come June 1967. LOCAL BEAUTICIANS A Man Lll Beaver Deep City
Review and Harvest Tea, sponsored by the Richmond TAKE NOTE: The National Beauty Culturists 14. Must I Keep On _'-
Heights Woman's Club, on Sunday November 20, at4 pm League has completed plans for its Executive Board meeting On Waiting Otis Clay One-Dcru
at Tots Town Kindergarten, 14680 Bethunc Drive. and International Hair Styling Show that's headed for 15. Give Me Your Love Satisfactions Mercury
Mr. Carl Rhetta, Coordinator of Adult Education at Kingston. Port Antonio and Ocho Rios on the Jamaica 16. Don't Answer The
Mays High School, will be the reviewer. island strip. The trip runs Jan. 26 thru 31. Charles C. 16. Don't Answer The B.B. King AB.C.
North of North's Travel Bureau and David Julius of Sun
For further information, call Mrs. Rebecca Fisher at Door Paramoun
School consultant and coordinator respectively
light ,
235-0622. Beaty
17. I'm Ready For Love Martha&
for the group, have been warned by Mrs. Katie E. Wick- Gordy

Punch made from an old French recipe added a cosmo ham, League's prexy, that reservations will close Friday, 18. Patch My Heart Mad Vandellas Lads Volt

politan flavor to William Parris' sixteenth birthday partyon Nov. 25.THING'SI. 19. Open The Door Mighty Federal
November 5, from 8 to 12 pm. William, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. James Parris (Johnnie), entertained his 24 guestsat NEVER{ 'E'W; Thai Frank Johnson, the 20. Forget About Me Vikings Prince Harold
the family home in New Heights. They formerly livedin photog, has been a "stringer cameraman" (on 24-hr service Mercury
Cow
21.
call) for WXKT Channel 7 for 18 months, now. His Holy Lei Dorsey Amy
( France, where Mrs. Parris acquired the punch recipe. 22. Walking The Duck Triumphs Verve
services with WCKT are not confined or limited. Fran'
Inside Our ChurchesThe can "free lance" at will and he's Dade County's first and 23. You Keep Me Hanging Suprcmes Motown
Community Choir would like to thank Mr. Henry On _
only Negro in this field. Sid Ansin is boss of WCKT.
Cole for donating his bus and service to them for their tripto That Capitol Hill talk is the Inevitable merger of Florida 24. Try My Love Bobby Moore Checker
South MiamL The group was scheduled to make an ap- State University and Florida A. & M. University in the 25. I Fooled You This Cene Chandler Chess
pearance at the Church of God in Christ'tm1Ssth not-too-distant-future That James Cash, the BTW Time
instructor, had turned towards the Cloth. His Faith is the 26. Pouring Water James Carr Goldwax
fun and excitement of Pioneers of the Church of God In Christ That Alfreda Hilton-Dear 27. Call Me Steinways Oliver
Pines Carnival" on November 11 thru 13, on the corner is belled In Mount Sinai Hospital with high pertension 28. You Left The Water Barbara Lynn Tribe
of Colonial Drive and 112th Avenue. The second annual and a bum ticker. Running
carnival sponsored by Christ The King Catholic Church. 29. Hymn No. 5 Mighty Josle
Reverned Father Joseph Calamaria, S. S. J. is priest SALT\\1i\TERT FFY All Catholic eyes are focusedon Hannibal
Choir Number One of Martin Memorial AME Church the calendar for Nov. 53. That's the date Fr John 30. The Grass Seems Ella WashOstavia
will celebrate its anniversary with an afternoon program Kiernan's parishioners of Holy Redeemer will award the Greener ington
beginning at 3 pm. 1967 Ford Cortina to the Winner of the ThanksgivingEve 31. Sweet Little Girl Manhattans Carnivals
On Monday night, November 21, at 8 pm., Martin lucky ticket holder. The presentation will be heldat 32. Beauty Is Only Skin 'l'emptations Gordy
Memorial will qbserve Appreciation Night for its pastor the church halL 1304 N. W. 71st Street at 9:00 in the Deep
Dr. R. H. Hohnson. evening. Artie Richardson and the Richardson Mor- 33. I'm Not Going Clyde Mc Amy
,.................................................-......... tuary will move into their new home. Northwest forty- Work Phatter
five Street and 17th Avenue, come mid December. 34. Me And My Jmagina- Ovations Amy
: Miami Times 1 Gcora Webb's mater, Mrs. Ida Webb of Opa-locka, saw lion
i 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue i another natal holiday come around Sunday, Nov. 6. 35. I'in Glad I Waited Players l\Unlt
Myrtle Rolle's second son Larry Reddick, has forsaken the 36. The Star Shirley Lawson Backbeat
: Miami, Florida 33147 bachelor's club for the fraternity of benedicts. His mateis 37. I'm The One You Need Miracles Tamala
c the former chickadee, Martha Jones, a cutie. 38. Turning Points Jimmy Holiday l\linit
:. Dear Sir: 39. You Make Me Jerry ButlerIercury
NOTES' Oil A NAPKIN: Among other things, Eastern Like Someone
i Enclosed please find the sum of $_ Air Lines' after-noon luncheon last Tuesday, hosting its 40. Man Loves Two Little Milton Checker

ticket agents, was high-lighted by one spectacular a 41. September Hoagy Lands Laurle1
i to cover tie; cost of a subscription to
42. Are You
guessing game to determine how many meals had been Lonely Freddie Scott Shout
i the Miami Times served while all EAL planes were airborne the day before 43. A Place In The Sun Stevie Wonder Tamala
(Monday) C.C. North of North's Travel Bureau won the 44. Tell Daddy Clarence Carter Fame
f i Alail Paper To nifty desk-pen set offered with the closest guess of 1865. 45. There Is Something Baby Ray Minlt
r : The actual number was 1746. The Mary Elizabeth 46. I Know II I'm Temptations Cordy
: Address Hotel's exterior is getting a new face-lifting job And Loving You"
"The Bear's Den," a guest motor lodge, is the tag hung 47. Mustang Sally Wilson Pickett Atlantic
r City .St.... _Zip Code.Su ._ : onto the hotel's southern wing of rooms. India Wyche, 49. Lonely Soldier Don Bryant Hi
whose injured back suffered in a freak fall some time 50. That Lucky Old Sun Cash McCall Thomas
ego, recently bedded her at home for two weeks. She PICK
Month S J 00 One Yr. $S 00 Two Yrs. 9.00 1II'1':
i could be back at her JMH post by the time you read Whack Whack Brunswick
5.......................................................- about it here. Young-Holt Trio

flIE"\\'EEK7sTVASH: The hassle over who will be- daughter celebrated hers on the 6th. A family Novembe
come our next Negro Lieutenant has Sgts. Louis F. Duty monopoly ? ? ? That's it, folks, from your one-man-news]
and Jesse L. Nash as forerunners, in that order. Might paper, who knows everybody and everybody's racket, bu|
1ST MIAMI R 11NYE1M I remind you that dark horse Sgt Lury F. Bowen could who now offers Congrats to that young couple Jam!
surprise you Former Sgt Leroy Smith was our first. Brown, Jr. and Carla Burton of Opa-Locka, who bccam|
TNEATU.If . The King Brothers, Isiaah and Ralph, hotel and MR AND MRS around early November.
bar owners along the Main Strip, have annexed another
link to their business chain. It's the Tropicana Bar along
the 79th Street runway. .There Is an apparent hearing- OUR CLASSIFIED ADS
aid rash going the rounds. Recent wearers of the little
white dot includes David Julius of Sunlight, Mrs. Eleanor
Seymour of Opa-Locka and Iatrolman'Ulie J. Calhounof BRING RESULTS
the Miami Police Department Calhoun suffered an Infected -
ear and otherinjuries whe he plunged into a canal
to apprehend a flecign prisoner.

7H E L7mrE RED BOOK: Eastern Air Line has is- Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE
sued a directive that its objective for 1967 is an imme-
'la diate request that Negroes are to be placed in every "MR. JACK"
major department within Eastern's Personnel thruout the FOR
system. The company is also seeking through EOPI 60 STYLES FOR ALL AGES
aircraft cleaners (high School grads) at starting pay of n. Very L.U.I b .!..'. F.......
$2.36 per hour. Interested? Contact your nearest EOPI SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
Neighborhood Center The Charmcttes all-girl club, ITALIAN SHOE
a social org that includes beauties from 4 counties
Dade
(
FloridaCOLOR
Broward, St. Lucie, Palm Beach) held its annual general -' 944 NW 2nd A Y8. Miami,
meeting at Bonded Rental Agency's
_ALSO ON THE SAME.PROGRAM. -- Saturday, Nov. 5 Laura Mae Graham community and Queen hall

SEE ALL NEW HIGHADVENTURE Esther Hall, both FAMUans, were two of the Rattlers
biggest rooters during their game with North Carolina
!IE A& T last Saturday. AND SERVICE
TARZAJI BLACK & WHITE TV

CHALL -NAMES-IN THE E NEWS: Marian Allen and hubby, STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
TH( WORLD'S ural, sad-eyed at the MayBVW Double homecoming
tilt at Miami Stadium last Friday, after BTW
z HOST suffered
/ it's first season's loss 39-6. Managing Editor Garth VET TV
M86EM.
C. Reeves and daughter Rachael, heading toward the
WEAPONS! exits to beat the final whistle and the expected stampede TED FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET
to follow. Rufus Beacham, recording and nite club
r Vr 111t star, taling show biz with a roving reporter as he makes 379-7735
a drug store purchase in midtownUami Daughter-
In-law Bonnie North and mother-in-law Ruth
OPATASH celebrating natal holidays Nov. 5 and 8 respectively North-Polite. 346 NW 2NO AVENUE OPEN !9109
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To Sponsor BenefitThe

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Greater Miami Chapter Pick, Alvin Goodman, Magical
e of the Florida Council on Magic. Charles Austin and his
Y = Human Relations will sponsor orchestra will render music. I
a benefit program at the The donation is $3.00 or
11
l1tvt Hampton House Lounge, 4200 two for $5.00.
BY DAVE BONDU NW 27th Nov 30 8:30
Ave., at :
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pjn.The entire proceeds will CENTERVILLA
c 75 Men and one woman at the Willie Black Golf Tour- go to the aid of the Council.
nament at Roger's Park In Tampa last week-end. That There will be some door KINDERGARTEN
one lady (as I must call her In this column) was no lady. prizes, and some sold at auc- 5861 N.W. 17TH AVENUE
n She was and still is if I can still talk to her, time Refreshments and snacksat
Mayme Bondu. We left Miami on Saturday morning at n M J the bar. No minors will be CERTIFIED PERSONNEL

2 a.m., accompanied by Bessie Wilkins and my ace (some- admitted. HOT LUNCHES
times I spell it differently), Jimmy Jones. The City of Miss Blanche Calloway PICKUP SERVICE
Tampa designated Saturday and Sunday, November 5 & will be mistress of ceremoniesand
.. .
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6 as "Willie Black some of the. participantson REGISTER NOW
Day" Willie is the only Negro golf ",
professional in Florida that holds a PGA Card, and is 1--j .. 'flJ'flJI the program will be Bill 691-7796 OR 696-3302
y the only Negro, that we know of who is the Managerof J .,. Miles, auctioneer; Pat Matt-
a Municipal golf course. He has been the manager of r hews, baritone soloist; the Mrs. R. E. Copeland, Sup.

y Roger's Park for the past 15 years. The field of golfers fS"fit /" duo famous, Mrs.mother AlbertPick and and daughter Miss
consisted of 75 and 1
men woman, and that woman took ..
qty the lead with a 69 (handicap included), with Eugene .f. j jIi'
Clapp In second place with a 71. Mrs. Alice Clapp accom- >lt f. '

rfuun panied her husband. on the trip and walked with him. it', J ,::f JAZZ NIGHTLY .
V Other Miamians attending were: Percy Rolle and Charlie ;< .
Peterson. Anyway, after the first day's play, Willie took us ,,: \ '"" ,. .'
to Claxton Manor, which is a new and lovely motel owned ..rtJ. thj ... ,. THE IRA"< '. SULLIVAN FOUR AT ,, > .

and operated by Leon Claxton, long time show producer. ."wI ,, .. '/ ALAN ROCK'S JAZZVILLE .': ,
Claxton Manor is a fine motel,clean,wall-to-wall carpeting, .(0 4. :.' 4 AT THE RANCH
.
TV and stereo nice sized .. {. .
plus a swimming pool, and a j
....... .. .,1/ BIscayne Blvd & 126th Street.
with
restaurant
food.
good Meanwhile, back at the mccoy, .. ...' 'i .
1 Willie and his wife, Mary, took Mayme, Bessie, Jimmie ., '. .I; .. !j Jazz Concert Sunday' 4i30 and 7sOO
and I to dinner at the Hawaiian which ,. it,. I 1!< : :
Village, was so .. Sunday night jam Sesston,10,30,
plush that they gave you three menus. It was a pleasant .. .1I.(: .:.. \. .; f,' PETE PONZOL QUARTET 0 .
dinner and we all congratulated Willie his Backto : ." ", J.oftpJ.
on day. ; : '
.1 ,Plus/ Ira
the hotel by 10 p.m. and up at 7 to have breakfastand .ilT i:. ,,.. .; "'i !' 'It ill,.0, Sullivan Four ...
n on to the golf course. Everybody playing to catch f \\1t; ("1Of, '.." 0"
Mayme because the first prize is a Ford. At the end of itF. 'i! i < .
r the day Mayme Is leading with a 69-72-141, and it looksas ...
if she has another car. Lo, and behold, a guy comesIn t111 .\

last, and beats her with a 73-66 for 139, and wins that .*.J@j' .b. '.. k. ;,;;,",.,",)i1
Ford. Mayme took second place winning a transistor radio JJ 1f M WOOLWORTH'SNYLON
t<<
IxIl6 and Clapp took third place with 141 1/2. The Calloway _&r... ........._-? --...__).-

system was used. Oh, about the Ford. Boy, did we laughat Real Swinging This curvesome cutie is Ann
the guy who won it. lie had come from Jacksonville
and couldn't figure how he could drive two cars back. Williams, former feature model at House of Photography.

Oh, his name is Tommy Mathis. I forgot to tell you, Ann is now in the Eastern Airlines training program and
it was a Ford. VINTAGE, 1957. will possibly soon be smiling at you from behind the

ticket counters.A .
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Charlene Knowles.
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Willie Streeter
DOCTOR OF '!'In; WEEK: Dr. James P. Hogan
TOLFER OF '!HE WEEK: Clyde Young
This is the last week I shall ask you for your cards
and !letters giving me the location of junk cars in and
around your neighborhood. I have quite a few on hand,
and after this week, I will take them to the City and County
Commission and ask them to see that they are removed.
tt
People are sick and tired of looking at those eye sores SALE
and to those of you who sent cards and letters, may I
say "Thank you for your concern".
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QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT): : Glad to see Stanley
Swotting is back in The Times. lie docs a swell column, w
so be sure you read it Somebody said that it seems ...J kII
FAMU cannot seem to let us know who is playing againstthe "
Rattlers before the last minute. Since the time is gettingso ? .
short, how about Mays High or the winning team tide ,
between Booker T. and Northwestern? Then let that team .t
plays Mays High and the winning team play FAMU. It it
is unlikely that anything like that will happen, but it is
better than being in the dark about Classic with it onlya r
couple of weeks away The North-South golf tourna-
ment will be held two weeks earlier than usual, in 1967,
beginning on February 8 and running through February ft
12, at Miami Springs Country Club While on the sub- t ,
ject of Golf, The Par & Birdie Club of Miami will haveits '. {
monthly tournament this Sunday at 8 a.m., at Lejeune '"",,'
lees Golf Course. Live turkeys will be the prizes. This is our t' 1
annual "Turkey Shoot" My sincere thanks to Used t t tG
Car General Manager, Howard Moore, at Miami Lincoln Lg G ".. '"
m Mercury, and Ace Salesman, Ken Cohen, for their cour- F '
1
m tesies. They are nice, honest people to business with '
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Temple of N.W. 45th Street, look .good
in their new Grand Prix. They purchased it from Miami 'l,
deal Ira young fresh new talent was discovered during a .
Lincoln Mercury, and feel that they got a good "
'
Blossom is doing quite well in Tampa Dave Akins recent talent show when Bethune-Cookman freshman --
Trio is back In town after a three month tour I was James Sherrell, Jr., an amateur magician amazed the
asked "who is the most eligible bachelor in town," and capacity audience with a variety of "quicker than the .
the only answer I could come up with is J. D. Mack, eye" tricks.
Veep of Lincoln National Bank. lie is young, handsome, The 18-year-old Orlando native became interestedin ,C\, \*
well-bred and available I predict that our next Mayorof magic at the age of twelve. He was afforded a chanceto i 4 '
Miami will be Steve Clark. lie is in our corner, every learn from a professional when he was hired as cus-
The quick note department is opento r
inch of the way )
todian in a local novelty shop owned by a magician.He air .,
note with something newsy
all readers. Just drop me a
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About Our Boys in the


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... BY JiMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL
ENTERS U.S. cil. He was a member of the
SAM AND DAVE HEADLINE NEW YORK'S APPOLLO well known Esquires club.
AIR FORCE
THEATRESunday Oct.30,1 got dressed (Brown tweed First Lieutenant Samuel
suit, white shirt Airman Clarence" Shannon,
tan neck tie) drove
over to Hotel Ale- Stewart, HI, United States
., of 507 NW 42nd St. enteredthe
xander, lO rd St. off Broadway picked : ; Army is visiting his parents,
up some U. S. Air Force on Thursday -
friends of mine (visiting New York out of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Ste-
Trenton, New 1 Nov. 3. He will go to
wart of 6912 NW 14th ,
Jersey) namely Miss Martha Ann Parker, Miss Willie'Mae Texas for his basic trainingand after having completed Ave.a
and Chris Bethel then will be assigned In
(my brother)The question arose: tour of duty in Korea. While
"Where the general field, the field he
are we going. The the 7th
answerSam;; and Dave are selected before his enlist- assigned to Infantry
the big headliners at the Apolla Theatre this week, r 1 ment. Airman Shannon was a Division, Lt. Stewart held
"they are the stars" and this positions as executive officer
puts them on "top ofthe I graduate of Central High

world" It's about time(which is long overdue) that Sam School, Natchltoches, La. in ring and company this assignment commander., he was Du-
and Dave be interviewed a ,a'1!' June 65. He has lived in
by one of their own soul re- .. awarded the coveted ExPert
Miami since his graduation.,
porters from home so that the people will know what 4 Y y Infantryman's Badge. Having
greatness they have been on active duty since
representing them throughout the ,,,,..,,,,
1964 his
April previous
world. We got into the Apollo about 9 p.m.where one of ", ,...<,.'..
assignment Rifle
'" was as a
'! "
the shows was coming to a finale and being the stars, I J:..f.X.: ,,.',.,.'". '\,' Markmanship Instructor at
Sam and Dave vere on stage. The theatre was crowdedto / \ the Army Training Center, Ft.

standing room only and the reaction of the teenager Knox, Ky.

and the middle ages alike was too much, unexplainable.You The Howard University
graduate departs Miami in
see only greatness in Sam and Dave's performances.While M November to attend a five

my friends were digging the show, I went over Dr. H. Sweeting of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla is seen week course at the John F.

to the management office and identified myself and they chatting with Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr. at a banquet M. Kennedy Special Warfare

sent for Willie (BoBo) Anderson, he's Sam and Dave's held at the New York Hilton Hotel. Dr. Sweeting was Center, Ft. Bragg, N. C.

special personal road manager. After we went over highly honored by his friends at the affair. Dr. Sweetingalso Upon completion of this
course, Lt. Stewart reportsto
and met my friends and excused ourselves, we went attended the 23rd opening session of the United Saigon for assignmentwith

back stage where I was introduced to the other attend- Nations. He also visited Washington, D. C. Dr. Sweet- the Military Assistance

ing stars such as: The Manhattans, Eddie Floyd "Knockon ingis glad to be back home again,with his many friends, 1 Command, Vietnam, as an
Wood" and My Sweet Potato Marchan and family. He may be seen every day at his home, 2148 advisor. lie is a member of
Bobby Loretta
NW 4th St. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Omega Psi Phi Fraternity.A3C .
-- -----
Long and Disc Jock Frankie Crocker, WWRL soul,

station boy wonder. I met their body guard. She's an ex- Home on leave after Frank Parris Jr., ..'
of technical
NY policewoman and former body guard to James Brown.I I Credit Union Procedure TaughtThe [ completion training as a jet engine son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Parrish of 1828 NW 68th St.
will give her name next week. While waiting for Sam mechanic at Amarillo Air ,
is home on 30 days leave.
and Dave to finish up on stage to a screaming and Economic Opportunity for the Credit Union personnel Force Base, Texas is Airman Airman Parrish has just completed -

wild house, Willie, Bo and I talked. He told me about Program, Inc., agency that attached to (its nine Neigh- Moses Clemons Jr., son of his medical service
the fights!! the war on poverty in, borhood Centers. Mr. and Mrs. Moses demons, school at Sheppard AFB,
new $20,000 greyhound type bus they just bought.It .
Dade County, is now holding The sessions, conductedby Sr. of 2491 NW 152nd Street. Texas. After completion of
has a private bath and dressing room, also a kit- special indoctrination courses Leonard Fink, program director Airman Clemons is a 1966
his leave, he will report to
chen. Sam and Dave travel with their own revue, con- of the Florida Credit graduate of North Dade Senior McOuire AFB, New Jersey for
sisting of an 11-piece band and a female singer (she's Union League, and E. N. High School where he was a further assignment overseasto

fabulous, hailing out of Cleveland, Ohio) and other Beverly Brown Taylor, EOPI Credit Union member of the marching band. Spain. The medical fiel d
coordinator, are designed to He was an outstanding se-
Airman Parrish's selection -
was
acts. I will give the singers next week.
you names familiarize the personnel with cond baseman on the North before his enlistment.
Looking through the screen back stage, I saw where Training Institute office, accounting, record Dade team and served as a Also his overseas assign-
Sam and Dave had finished their act to a standing ova- keeping and loan procedures. member of the student coun- ment was upon his request.

tion and took about five bows before the audience calmed .
Praises Cashier'sMy
down. Now Sam and Dave were back stage undres-

sing to relax between shows. Before Sam had a chanceto

notice the Scoop Bethel, he spotted about five co-

pies bf the Miami Times newspapers on the sofa (different -

editions). By the time he picked up the paper,

it hit;how did these papers get here? that's when Willie

Bo told them that Scoop Bethel, from the Times was

here to see them. I don't know yet who was most ex-

cited Willie Bo and Scoop or Sam and Dave. We talked

about the Miami' newspapers and reporters. But I felt

very proud of these two young wonderful men when they

made this statement: "You know Scoop, we work very

hard on stage with every performance. Our aim is to

please the people all over the world. We want the peopleto

enjoy us and love us, but most of all we want to be a

credit to Miami,%and we want the people of Miamito

know what we are doing and when we come home to let a

us know they care."
name is Beverly Jean
SAM AND DAVE MIAMI'S PROUD SONS Sammy Brown. I'm twenty years old;

Moore and Dave Prater make up the singing duo group. was born in lIomerville, Oa
Because of father's profession .
They recently broke the attendance record at the Ho- which my is ministering; "

ward Theatre in Washington, D. C.In New York's Apollo I have attended several I

their attendance record was second only to James schools, I am a graduate of

Brown and the Flames. Even being on the top of the Seminole County Training

world, they stopped to look back and listen for the School Don Alsonville, Ga.
Knowing the value of a good 7 8 .
of their old friends. New York City Sam
applause gave education, I entered Morris of
and Dave the key to the town.Big celebrity party Tues- Brown College. Atlanta, Ga. Why do out

day night at Randolph's 7th Ave. Shalamour, big cele- My wish is to continue my

at 125th St. Palms Cafe Wednesday night studying at Morris Brown and *
brity
party
obtain a degree in English. homes and have
and a break down party at Small's Paradise Thursday Everyone should be re- new apartments

night, all in honor of Sam and Dave. Their Apolla week dundant to do for himself.

engagement closed Thursday night, and they will do a Having this in mind, I cameto
3-day engagement at the Brooklyn Brevoot Theatre on Miami in the pursuit of a flameless Electric Water Heaters ?

the Wilson Pickett show, then on the road again; their good paying job. Upon my arrival -
I searched and searchedfor
own show revue. Sam and Dave are the top recording a job, but found nothing.

artists of Stax Record Corp. Main office Macon, Geor- I was sitting at home lis- r

Willie Bo Anderson tening to the radio, when I
associated with Phil Walden. -
gia, asked about Willie Lamar and Stanley SweetingAss heard the advertising of Because modern. families prefer their flameless benefits! No flame,

elates and promotions. Sammy Moore spoke out on Needing Cashier a Training job and wanting Institute.to no fumes, no odors. Nothing to make dirt or soot.

Dave Bondu. Dave said, love to all of you. More next excel in what I encountered, I

week on Sam and Dave. This was an exclusive inter- decided to get more information -
Tucks for all the hot water
anywhere. Super-fast
away
view, too big to mix with any other items.This isScoop: concerning the course.

Bethel saying time and tide waits for no man. ,c.u.m.c.1 I 1 rector.I met She Mrs.then Beck explainedwhat the di- you want without waiting. Super-safe for precious peace of mind.

WK. the course consisted of Cheaper to buy and cheaper to use, too.
and how to take advantageof
its many offers. I acceptedthe

THE" LOVER CLUBis challenge and decided to See your electrical appliance dealer, plumbing or electrical contractor.
take the course':
sponsoring its I have Mrs.Beck (The direc-:

FIFTH ANNIVERSARY DANCE SHOW tor, who made the course
sound so interesting that I 'o
Thanksgiving Eve, Wed., Nov. 23, 1966
couldn't resist) to thank Mrs. .
11:00 p.m. 4:00: am. Wolff who gave her time and .- -

MR. JAMES' CLUB knowledge of the course to ij
3615 N. W. 2nd Avenue me and my husband, who madeit
all possible. From the Built last>..d. the area tat tent.

Music by Frank Williams Rocketeerswith bottom of my heart. I do thank .,
"Lil Beaver" you.
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I The Key-----r- State Meting Held Willie Bloinf Wins Officer I (


Of The Month Award

In' TampaThe '

To Modeling By Sigma's Outstanding City of Miami

I annual state meet- Bro. Dr. J.I. E. Scott for police officer for the monthof

continued progress of his October is Willie Blount, I
A woman J guide to developing Phi Beta Sigma FraternityInc. Sub-Di-
Richardson Heights Blount
section.Officer ,
., was held Nov. 4th and patrol
Flori-
charm and vision Jacksonville, witnessed
poise 5th at the congress Inn, Tam- while off duty, a
da, Br. Attorney Fred Minnie armed robbery in progress
f Eta strong
Florida with Gamma
UchriqiM ,
fprofessional modeling pa
the ,
t host Fif- for his election to at 1:40 a.m. Oct. 8. He L
Sigma as chapter
Distinguished Service Chapter identified himself as a police

Q. What Is meant by facial faults? ty-seven attendance delegates were fif-In of the Fraterniry, Bro. officer and the subjects ran;

A. Facial faults would include scars, so-called "birth representing of Dr. Von D. Mizell for com- after he called a warning to
marks" and the like. Facial Faults are of little importanceto teen chapters In the state pletion of a loan of to the individuals, he pulled
Florida. courtesiswere
a model who knows how to conceal them through Special $125,000 for the expansionof out l his revolver and shot one r
extended sisters of
by
proper make-up techniques and a flattering Epic or other his hospital Belle Glade. of them. He was unable to 1
chemical hair style. Facial faults will be discussed from the Beta Sigma Zeta Chapter Florida and to Bro. Rev.A. apprehend the other robber
of Zeta Phi Beta Soror-
time to time and "tricks of the modelling trade" will be also of Florida. Leon Lowry for spear- because the victim was also "
given to help transform almost any face into one of beauty ity Tampa, heading a proposed Savingsand attempting to flee. His exem- .
J and interest. Every woman with the proper knowledge can The meeting was calledto Loan Association at plary action, even though he .wi

make herself beautiful and charming and interesting. order 9:45: A.M:, Satur- Tampa, Florida to be capitalized was not on duty, resulted in
A. Are opportunities for Key Models growing or day by State Director Bro. in excess of the apprehension of a felon

shrinking? Robert Gady. Devotionswere $80,000. Awards were and prevented injury to the October" He will also receive
A. If will notice conducted by Bro. I.:. Ruf- victim. a $50 gift certificate
you your newspapers, magazines and D. given to Bro. Claude
billboards as well as television and radio advertisements, Mizell, state chaplain, fin and Bro. Linnell L. Du Because of his courage he' from our anonymous bene-

you will find that opportunities are increasing. More and greetings were extended Pree for special services ren- has been chosen by our factor in addition to 3 merits I

more live models are in demand rather than art work by Gamma Eta Sigma, the dered to the Fraternity.The Staff for the honor"Outstand- and the respect of other mem-
and line drawings.Q. host chapter, and the Occasion main address of in- ins Officer for the month of bers of the Department.

How much do professional models receive? given by Bro. George spiration was given by state

A, This would depend on the model, her reputationand Dennis, vicepresident.. direction Bro. Robert Gaddyon

training, and on the modeling agency, advertising In keeping with Sigmas the conference theme: 20,000 Boy Scouts At
of Social Action
agency or any other legitimate organization requiringa program "Fraternity In Your Life," I
model's services. Those models who are new in the indus- and Bigger and Better Busi- and regional director Bro.

try command usually from $25.00 an hour upward. Top ness, special recognition was Attorney Fred Minnis in his Miami Beach Nov. 1112IVE
given Bro. Waltersfor
Boisy
fashion models who are in great demand earn as much as report pointed the way for
$60.00 hour. A few much his leection to the Dania
per charge as $120.00 for pro- further Implementing the
Something different in en- !
City Commission. Bro. Mal-
duct posing and $75.06 per hour for fashion work.
motto oftheFraternity"Culture -
tertainment Is planned for This isthefirstExpositlonpresented
colm
Cunningham 'or his
Q.: I have heard that
to the
more tendsto
public
exposure for Service and Service
re-election November 11th and 12that by the Scouts !in
to the Rlveria
create more demand for the services of a model. What "
does this mean? Beach City Commission, for Humanity. the Miami Beach Conven- the past five years. We feel
The Culminating Activitywas tion Hall. that the Boy Scouts of America
A. This means the more often the picture of a modelis the Glamorous Informal
The 20,000 Boy Scoutsin and'particularly the
seen in printed media magazines, and
newspapers on Dance at the Congress Inn
South Florida will Scouts of South Florida, de-
pre-
television, whether it be for pay or merely publicity ex-
Carver attended by a capacity sent in this
a Scouting Exposition serve our support project
posure, a social or church group, people tend to recog- crowd.
the various
nize the model and become familiar with the face, name, depicting phasesof
and style of the model. Here, we would say whenever you Ranches .I Scouting. The Scouts are Tickets for the Expositionare
preparing more than 200 available at the South
are photographed, always put your best foot forward.
I Here booths, ranging from cook- Florida Council of the Boy
chemical from
an Epic a knowledgeable beautician
t will be of great advantage News LIBERTY CITY EOPI ing of various types of dishesto Scouts of America, 4021

I Q. My girl friend and I have had a disagreement about L-&y ---' B-2 CENTER CREDIT construction of an airplane N.W' 7 Street, or from any
Wolttr BowsThe simulator. In reality, it is of the 20,000 Boy Scouts
when false She
eyelashes are worn. says at all times. I say UNION
only on certain occasions. Who is right? VFW Post No 8195 THE HANDBOOK OF or Explorer Scouts livingin

A. Both. A woman who has very sparse eyelashes or will hold its meeting Sunday This is your invitation to SCOUTING COME AL- your neighborhood.

whose lashes have been burned off or lost during an illness, afternoon, Nov. 13 at 4816 attend your Liberty City ,
Pembroke Road. All membersare -
should certainly investigate the use of false eyelashes Neighborhood Federal Credit '
applied by a professional. Otherwise, false eyelashes, ex- urged to be present. Folia Union first organizational
Boyd, commander; Charles
meeting, Wednesday, Nov. NAACP ;
for MembershipDrive
cept special occasions under stage lighting or ap- Hart, adjutant. 23 the New
at Hope Mis-
( pearing in a fashion show or doing other professional 0 Baptist Church
sionary NW
''i modeling, are not ordinarily the If ,
worn during
day. you
Swing with the charming 66th St. and 15th Ave. Rev.
plan to wear false eyelashes for a party.be sure to practice -
Charmettes Club of Hallan- Sims, pastor; Frances Hen Second Week
them .
putting on correctly.Q.
dale at its endoftheyeardance derson, Federal Credit Union
Is there a difference between charm and beauty?
Monday, Nov. 14 at the
manager; Rose Martin, clerk-
_If so, which Is more of an advantage to a model?
Big Bamboo club. Music by teller; Benny O'Berry, EOPI The membership drive of Volunteer workers:
A. The beauty is the outer part, seen by others, and W. C. Baker. Donation
$1.25.
Liberty City NeighborhoodCenter. the NAACP is in its second Mrs. Louise B. Riley, Mildred
would Involve figure, hair style, face, make-up, groomingand Tables free. .Director. week. Mrs. Marion Muld- J. Williams, Betty Collins
styling. Charm is the inner part of a person, such as join
with the registered row, appointed by the Na- Blanch Calloway, Rev.
personal adjustment, voice, manners, attitudes, facial ex-. The Carver Ranches Fire 580 members of the Federal tional Office as a Special Mozell, Alice Burr, Mr.Jimmy -

pressions, conversation, etc. Personality would involve Department holds its meeting Credit Union. This is your Campaign worker from the Manning, Mrs. Elizabeth -

both outer expressions and Inner adjustments. I every Monday. night at 8. invitation to brim vour 25C Association in the Miami Curtis, Mrs. Bertha Per-
0w *
to your Neighborhood Center, area for the fall membership ry, Mrs. Chere M. Boyer
JAZZ CONCERT program. Showtime 4:30 to 7 The men Central Baptist 6709 NW 15th Avenue drive for the Dade County Mrs. I. M. Wright.
Church
Rev. E. J.Clark,
p.m. Jam session begins at pas- NAACP branches Expressing delight at the
Jazzville's Concert Sun- tor, are busy preparing for the said today
day presents a triple header. 1030. Alan Rock is host and observance of Men's Day on that the drive is well response being received

Featured will be Herbie 'M.C. Admission is $1.00 Dress the fourth Sunday of this PHYLLIS on the way and persons who when asked about the cam
Brock, the Charlie Austin,, is casual.. Jazzville is I located month. WHEATLEYART will head the Divisions of paigning In the drive, Mrs.

Quartet and the Ira Sullivan at the Rancher Motel, & SOCIAL CLUB the drive have assumed their Muldrow stated, "It is apparent -
Four. Vocalist Nick Bcntem po Biscayne Boulevard at 126th positions of leadership. that the four branches
St.CENTRAL. ANNUAL TEA
will, add a folk flavor to theP Heading the various bran- making up the Dade Council

------- 'Buying The Phyllis Wheatley Art ches' campaigns as coworkers will exceed the quotas
&: Social Club's Annual Tea, are: set for them."

Sunday, Nov. 13, featuring Mr. Richard Powell,pres- Report Nights:

LIFE furniture Northwestern High School [dent of the Liberty City! Monday, 8 'p.m., Mt.

? .Chorus,'M. Evans, conductor. Branch; Mr. Wheeler Jones, Zion A.M.E. Church, N.W

Federated clubs, sister president of the Miami 22nd Ave. and 152nd Terr.

is not the biggest or the oldest Life Insurance dlubs, friends and menbers Branch; Mrs. Bessie Brunt, Tuesday, 8p.m., Mt. Ta-

Company in Florida .. 5GoodNews are urged to attend at New president of the Opa Locka bor Baptist Church, 1701

,Covenant Presbyterian Church, Branch; Mr. Neal Adams, N.W. 66th St.Thursday.
,
But we are big enough to be STRONG and 1221 Wilhemenia NW 43rd St.Sands, at is 4 p.m. Brownsville; Mr. G. J. Scott, 8 p.m., Miami
pre- Coconut Branch 809 N.W. 3rd Ave.
Grove' Mrs. Hattie ,
old enough to be KNOWLEDGEABLE in the THE BIG SALE IS ON sident. Scott, Homestead. .. Please make your reporton

services we provide. Af ter.44 years of ser- NOW Report Night.REGISTER.

vice to our people, we are still a growing Publishers And
The big sale is or\ now.' Fraternity
company with one ambition:. to .be one of' If you have cash and

the best insurance companies in the nation. need furniture beddihg Endorse Rights

That is why we work so diligently to keepour the only place to go is StatementNEW NOW

policies up to date, our services prompt the Grand Central Freight YORK Frank L. this week joined LITTLE FOLK PLAY
Furniture warehouse., Stanley, president of the growing
the
and dependable and our professional stan- 1636 NW 7th Ave., Miami, National Negro Publishers list of heads of national Ne-: SCHOOL

dards high.In This Association, and Lionel gro organizations endorsing: 3290 NW 45 STREETs
N. Newsoma, president of the "Crisis and Commitment"setting

independentFurniture Allpah Phi Alpha Fraternity, forth basic civil rightgoals. Miami, Florida

the matter of Insurance protection, sav- I ,..,,--. The. Nursery & Kindergarten
warehouse statement
was first
ings, educational assistance, medical .ex. published Licensed by
receives the on Oct. 14
over
penses, job opportunities and homeowner newest and ;];i i the signatures of Miss Dora'thy -, Florida State WeIIar0Call

assistance* Central Life excels. As of finest furniture i Height, National Councilof :

December 31, 1965, Life Insurance in force and bed- ) Randolph Negro, Women Brotherhood; A. Philip 634-3044 or 635-5233
of
ding from 57 j) I
was $27,441,441.00. Individual lives are Sleeping Car Porters, AFL-

insured up to 5000000000. famous fac- CIO; Bayard Rustin, A.
tories. You Philip
BrawnaB Randolph Institute; Roy
can buy it. .,apprals.r Wilkins, NAACP; Whitney M. TTXRT WORK TOD AT"!
it at your Young, jr., National Urban A Public Se..lce '-f

As we said, we're not the BIGGEST, but cash price. League; Amos T. Mall, Prince 20 Veor.LI. *

we are trying hard to be the BEST. Let us prove it. Hall Reynolds Masons; and Hobson R. .. In Maids
I.B.P.O.E.W.Subsequently .
Remember there aren'tany Cooks Bus Boy
it was en- DUhwoh Port**
fancy decorations, dorsed by Mrs. Vivian
Bea-
CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANYOF the Freight warehouse Jjmilinsr Eddie Lee Pitt- mon, The Links; Mrs. Marion Co Station& Home DriversHot.l Maids

FLORIDA district is not beautiful, man, popular local husi- E. Bryant, National Associa- w. Appr eiat. YourButlnost
but the furniture bar- tion of Negro
nessman, I Is the new Business and
"YOUR FRIENDLY COMPANY" gains are there by the er of the Dive-Inn own-Mar Professional Women's Clubs;

hundreds. We want 1772 NW 79th St. Phone Bishop A. Gibbs, AME Church;
your
:HOME OFFICE TAMPA, FLORIDA business. Your satis (fi91-9431. He Invite, all Dr. John S.HollomanNational A.L FR9-3382

DISTRICT OFFICES STATEWIDE faction is our attraction. and his old friends t<, come Medical Association; and -

gtervnnp meet wt1mm new ,._friends\'',1' Harold International.L. Pilgrim,. .Frontiers 11 H.E. 5" Strt.t



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 11, 1966 11


i 1 Teems urban league Readying For quality awards Finkelstein education were, chairman Mrs.committeeof Aubrey of the



.emsJwt coofe Equal' Opportunity Day DinnerRoger system Gibson the ;;Dade The Burdine's Rev.County Theodore Department school- Co

Store for its record of
W. Wilkins, who turbances., full equality of opportunitya extending equalemploymentopportunities
\ ...why not? succeeded lins Gov. LeRoy Col- Focusing attention on ef- meanginful reality," de- ; and WCKT-
as National Directorof forts to insure fair and equal clared Dr. Gilbert L. Porter, TV for its reporting of Ne-
the Community Relations treatment for Negroes, Equal chairman of the arrange- gro conditions In Miami.
Luscious cooking makes swinging Service for Community Act- Opportunity Day annually meats committee. "The annual
parties! ion, will be the featured coincides with the an- E.O.D dinner A feature of the event will
serves as
Why not give mom a rest and prepare dinner yourself, speaker at the eighth annual niversary month of PresidentLincoln's a means of communicationfor be a Negro Family of the
gay about once a week, at least? Equal Opportunity Day din- : Gettysburg Ad- education, Year Award, selected by an
persuasionand
You'll get a real thrill out of helping, and she'll swell ,ner, Saturday evening,Nov- dress. It is proclaimed nat the fostering of Inter- impartial! panel of Judges not
with prife over your thoughtfulness.Start ember 19, at the Deauville ionally by President John- racial goodwill in our community officially associated with the
with a simple, easy to plan, "prepare and serve" Hotel on Miami Beach. son and locally by Mayor Urban League. The Rev, Dr.
menu. Ask mother and dad to invite, another couple i ir: Wilkins is a member 'of Robert King High and Met- Former Senator Harry P. Edward Graham is chair-
for dinner and the favorite family passtime afterwards. 'the New York State Bar and ro Mayor Chuck Hall. Cain, a vice president of First ma n.
' No, you're not trying to show off your skill at the kitchen public welfare case workerin Sponsor of Equall Op- Federal S.& L. Association,
range. You're proving to mom you've been an apt Cleveland. This will be portunity Day is the Greater is chairman of an Awards The dinner is not intended
pupil, that you really like to cook, and that you enjoy'his ,first public appearancein Miami Urban League, an Committee that will honor to be a money-making endeavor -
doing something for a very special person MOTHERany Miami. A previous appearance agency of the United Fund, individuals and firms who accordingto Por-
- day of the week, any season! scheduled last administered by an Inter- have made outstanding contributions ter. Tickets at $6.50 per plate
That's why you'll be finicky about table settings and spring, was cancelled: at the racial board of men and in various areas for a full course service at
table decorations; about the "perfect plus" menu for mom,,last moment because of an women, with T.Willard Faults of equal opportunities In one of Miami Beach's finest
the family and her friends. You'll select one of her most urgent trip to California resulting executive director.It Dade County. At last year's hotels, barely cover the cost,
attractive table cloths, remembering the pad to protectthe from the Watts dis- takes more than laws to make dinner, the recipients of these he says.
dining table from spills or little accidents which might
discolor or mar its finish. Candles, flanking a low arran-
gement of flowers and greenery, make a charming center- KAIStR.ftID tAMIi CIRCUS M 44 PACIFIC ISLE

piece.You'll SHELL'S ALUMINUMFOIL FRUIT A- 'Xl WHOU SLICES

carefully choose and arrange your table settings.The ii" x as1 ou DRINKS 0,7 PINEAPPLEOAKHILL
bottom edge of the dinner plate and silverware are CITY

placed an inch in from the table's edge. The napkin foldis RATH SLACK HAWK o
to the left of the plate.Just before your guests are seated, "4iDj 1 NATURALLY AGED U.S.D.A. CHOICI d ''
place the first course soup or fruit cup- on the table. h IARCiT w.u HAT ION'SIRLOIN +

Fill water glasses, remembering to be generous with the UE AT lslh{ STEAK (2 N A -
ice cubes; put the hot bread in a basket or bowl lined run CUT
with a napkin which doubles as a cover to keep the bread ROUND STEAK i
hot. Coffee may be served during or after dinner, as your t *& FREESTONE
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guests prefer. It's also a good idea to have the teapot ftONILISS-ROLUD DI/LAY cur ON Jjm _

and tea bags handy in case someonw would rather havea ttti-?$y REACHES ...._
steaming cup of tea served with Rea Lemon bottled '
lemon juice. ROUND u.89t i

For a different meat course serve Deviled Steak, along ROAST I F

with a hefty mixed vegetable salad, to which you've add- ....-...-...'" I It
ed bottled lemon juice to give a zesty flavor. For a delightfully BONE or :-I {ONCLIU ROLLfolIYIrRUMM

different dessert, use your own (or mom's) favorite ., : YOUR CHOICI Of
apple pie recipe, but add 1/2 cup coarsely: chopped wal PORTERHOUSESTEAK 11M. .., --IWISS ITlAK'l ROAST TREND

nuts, 1/2 cup dark, seedless raisins, mixed; ana 1/2 cup : .' ::::: TO' lOUND u981CuomnI""d DRV
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12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 11, 1966
RICHARDSON .
RANGE. .
DEATHMiss Mrs. Levinia Alston of

John Bagler of 3030 NW 448 NW 7th St. died Nov. 4.
The body was shipped to
DEATHS
CARDS MEMORIALS I John Bagley of 3030 NW Georgetown, South Carolina

"k 70th Terr died Nov. 4 at Wednesday morning for final

home. Survivors are: a wife, rites and burial She is sur-

-- Annie. Bell; one daughter, vived by two daughters:

IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSThe IN MSM01I4M \ Gertha Streeter; a grand Mariah Maxwell and Ercile

son, Jackie Streeter; three Green of Georgetown, S. C.
I. members of the familyof
loving memory of our of my sister Dianne Barbara *
In loving memory granddaughters, other relatives and friends.

sister and great the late I ttL Jo,and Betty J. Streeter; *
: BEATRICE SEARS three sisters, Mesdames
I ssssw Miss Anita Louise Wash-
I
mf+V Hender-
Johnson Ruby
wish their sincere Lula ,
to express
r
of 352 11th
ington NW st.
gratitude to all of the friends son, and Ida Thomas; three
5. She is survivedby
died Nov.
who shared with them their brothers, Walter, Woodson,
sympathy during their bereave and James; one brother-in-law her mother, Louise Farrington -

wet ment. Many thanks for the Booker T. Walker. He will lie stepfather, Alvin Farrington -

in on Wednesday, Nov. ; two sisters Beverly and
flowers, food, use of cars, repose
>< ,. and messages of condolence.A r"" i 9 in the chapel and shippedon Rhonda Washington; four

w.s special thanks to the Rev. Thursday to Union Springs brothers, Emanuel, Clarence,
star Naomi Louise,Jphn-> Stephen and Reginald Wash-
Alabama for final rites.
deacons a"x
Edward T. Graham,
of Mt. Zion x son, a member of a pioneer * ington; grandmother Annie Mae
and deaconesses family of Miami and a residentof Harris other relatives and
Miss Elmyra Thcophilus Richardson of ; a
Baptist Church, 340 NW 47th St. died at her
Fannin, Mrs. Sally Collins, Nov. 5. 1416 NW 63rd St. died Nov. 4 host of friends. Services will

the neighbors of 72nd St., the home She on leaves Saturday to ,mourn her at Christian Hospital. He be held 2 p.m. Saturday from

Lily White Lodge, the Fla. leaves to mourn: a wife, the chapel.
mother Mrs. Martha Johnson,
,
.
.
.
Morticians, Association, Inc., a sister, Ruth Johnson, five Eva Mae; two daughters
the St. John's Baptist Churchof Marian and Berdetta Richardson ALBERT. .
brothers Bert Marlon Staf-
,
Fort Myers, the Thursday tr ; nieces and nephews, a
ford, Eldred, and Harold. Booker T. Melton, 5047
and the 'host of relatives and friends.
Socialites
Evening Five nieces and six nephews. NW 27th Ave., died Oct. 30.
Funeral Home for their Funeral services will be held
Range Funeral services will be heldon Funeral was held in the Liberty -
courtesies. Nov. 12 at St. Paul
Saturday,
many 12 St.
Saturday Nov. at
City Chapel Saturday morn-
Fallg. AME at 1
p.m.
Agnes Church, 10:30 a.m. his survivors
* ing. Among are
with Fr. Lambert Sands, offi sister
parents, one Sandra
,
Charlie Dixon of 708 NW
ciating. The body will'lie in Ann Allen.
MEMORIAM BERTHA REDMON 8th Ave. died Nov. 1 Survivors -
---- repose in the M. S. Allen o 55

MRS. CHARLOTTE GIBSON In loving memory of my dear who departed this life Novem- Memorial Chapel from noon are a wife, Ida;r; one Izell Keys, 536 NW 23rd St.

who departed this life November mother, sister and grandmother, ber 11, 1958. Friday until funeral time Sa- sister. Funeral services in were the I died Oct. 25. Funeral services -

11, 1961. There is a land of pure delight turday. M. H. Rahmings held Nov. 5, 2:30 p.m. were Saturday from the

May she rest in peace and Where we all must go some' Funeral Home in charge of ar- chapel. * New Hope Baptist Church.

light perpetual shine upon her. oR day or night rangements.IN Mrs. Eugenia Shields of Among his survivors are,

Mrs. Lucille Pinkney, But as you slipped away out 5005 NW 6th Ave. died Nov. wife, Elise; three daughters,,

daughterMrs. of sight 1. She leaves to mourn: a Betty Delories, brother

._ Marie Higgs, Your life left 0 memory always MEMORIAMIn sister Mrs. Lee Thomas, a Keys, one son; one ;

daughter delight. host of other relatives. Fune- one nephew, Deacon' Lang

P.uth Gibson, daughter sad but loving memoryof ral services were held Nov. Fisher; niece,- Lillie Bell

Floyd Gibson son Essie B. Patterson sisterRt. our dear Warner.
,
10, at 2:30: p.m. at Mt. Sinai. '
and three great 2 Box 127 Lake Pork Ga. ,* *
10 grand * *
Grand childrenIN Mrs. "'Alice Mae Oliver,
Daughters, Sister & Brothers Master Joseph W. Miller of
: t 2480 NW 88th died Nov.
St.,
v 1865 NW 74th Terr died .
,
e kt M6Y 2. Funeral services were
Nov. 6 at Variety Children's
held Thursday 2 p.m. from the
7. Hospital. Survivors are a
4 Liberty City Chapel. Survivors
ryFk
mother and father, Mr.' and
MEMORIAM
are one son, Johhnie wood-
Mrs. Major Miller two brothers
IN MEMORIAMIn ; folk; one sister; nieces and
In loving memory of r ; three sisters; a grand-
nephews.
__ __L_ loving memory of our mother and father; Mr. and
Y. beloved mother, grandmotherand Mrs. Jessie Dale. Funeral 5

sister 7t services will be held Satur-
-l Infant son of Mr. and Mrs
Xaww day, Nov. 12 at 10 a.m.
* Claude Lee Curry, died Nov.
4. Graveside services
., Mrs. Billie Tyler of 3533 were
-----'-- held Wednesday at Evergreen
NW 49th St. died Nov. 5. Sur-
MRS. MAUDE STJRRUP Cemetery.
vivors are a daughter;Rosetta

BROWN 'Tyler, four grandchildren,
who departed this life Novem-' Irene Johnson, Rose Jackson -

ber 12, 1962.Servant Annie Ruth Malcom and RAHMINGS .

well, done! Rest Ruby Adams, a host of rela- Leroy Mitchell, of 216 NW

from thy loved employ. m 4t}; 'MRS. MARGARET MUNNINGS tives and friends. Funeral 16th Terr. died Nov. 5. Sur-

The battle fought, the victory who, departed this life Nov. services will be held Satur-
>a cxs' vivors are a wife, Mary Louise,
won,. 11,19165 day, Nov. 10 at 4 p.m. at Antioch three daughtersYvonne walker

Enter thy Master's joy. 1 Gone, but not forgotten. Baptist Church. Freddie Mae and Winifred; me

The pain of death is past. 'I :: "Servant of God, well done; grandson Alwyn Walker Jr.;

Labour and sorrow cease > "" \ Rest from thy loved employ. one sister Mrs. Pearlie Cooper -

And life's long warfare closedat 'rr'1 The battle's fought, the vic- ; two brothers, Ralph andJ.

last, t,t'd: tory won, FRANCIS. C. The body was shipped
soul is found in :r Enter the Master's J oy." to Valdosta Ga. for final
Thy peace. < .
,
Mrs. Lenora Sands, :,. : The FamilyIN NW 11th St. Apt. 31 died Nov' rites and burial. Friends de-

aughter r { 6 at Jackson Memorial Hos siring to send condolences

James Stirrup, brother .< ,< .f pital. Funeral services will I or flowers may send them in
:
: care of the E. V. Stevens
Arlington Sands, MEMORIAMIn be held Saturday, Nov. 12,'
SAM JO;:' SON son-in-law _.... m :_. __ _m 2:30: p.m. at Ebenezer Methodist Funeral Home, East Branch
who departed this life November memory of Church with Rev. Aarot t Street, Valdosta, Georgia.
Glaston Stirrup, brother .MRS. MARY DEAN
D. Hall
1957. pastor officiating
I", 13, '
Three grandchildren and one : MANK ER
Remains will repose in the .
Gone but not forgotten. great grand. who departed this life Nov r
Ernest and Sam Jackson 12, 1962. chapel beginning 1 p.m. Friday Mrs Martha Deshazor of

And Family Far down the ages now, until funeral time Satur. 6538 NW 14th Ave. died

CARD Her journey well-nigh done, day afternoon. Survivors include Tuesday at her home. She is

OF THANKS The pilgrim church pursues her husband, Lloyd; one survived by one daughter,

The family of the late her way, son Larry Brown;three daugh- Mrs. Conine Kelly one grand-

IN MEMORIAMIn And longs to reach her crown. ters, Carolyn, Sandra and Lillian daughter, Mrs. Cora Mitchell.
4 ; father, James Moss; Funeral services will be
of our loving mother, Mrs. Lillian Moss;
held
'
memory J Saturday, 3:30: p.m. at
4
three sisters
friend, Mrs. Myrle St. Luke Baptist Church, Rev.
Hepburn; Mrs. Juanita Roberts -, P. W. Williams is pastor. The

IN MEMORIAMIn and Mrs. Arnette Reed 1 Rev. J. E. Brown will officiate -
and other relatives and friends.
loving memory of .

k I' ._- ,-.'
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+ 1i I NAACP MEMBERSHIP ers. Mrs. Muldrow said the

DRIVEThe goal for membership is 5,000

members during this campaign.
't '. Dade County Councilof Refreshments
} will be servedat
r"I:' NAACP Branches has begun all branch
meetings.
MRS. JULIA JOHNSONwho its membership drive.
departed this life Nov. Mrs. Marian Muldrow has been
\ BB' :'. ,.*.44 .i ,UICI&: 10, 1961. appointed by the national of- Dade There are four branches in
County to the
HELEN BAIN* Gone, but not forgotten. It fice of the NAACP as direc- people: Opa-locka serve Branch
1966 seems as if it was only yes- tor of the ,
who passed Oct. 25, campaign. She will Liberty City Branch Miami
would like to thank their terday. Your space will never visit all branches in Dade Branch and Homestead,

many friends and neighborsfor be filled. County Monday, Nov...7, 8 Branch. All branch presidentswill
'
their kindness shown us p.m. at Mt. Zion AME Church,
Daughters & Son serve as area leaders,
in our hour of bereavement. 22nd Ave. and 152nd Terr., and they are asking for volunteer
Special thanks to Francis Opa-locka. workers.

... I Funeral Home. May God bless All other branches in Please plan to attend your
each of you. meet at a special time as
area meeting when
SISTER MARIE GRACE you are
The Family suggested by the area lead- called upon.
JOHNSON
CARD OF THANKS
who departed this life Nov.

13, 1965.Peaceful. ANACKNOWLEDGMENT The family of the 'late'

be thy silent slumber, MADGE BROWN

Peaceful in the grave so low. SAMUEL THOMAS JONES (formerly 756 NW 5th ct.,
Hallandale Fla.) wishes to
Thou no more wilt join our of the late
The family
express its thanks to the LINCOLN MEMORIAL PARK
+ number who departed this life Sept.
KENNETH BUTTERFIELDwishes many friends who made kind
shalt 28 1965.
Thou no more our songs ,
know. to express sincere He is.gone, but not forgotten. expressions of sympathy 3001 NW 46-th
appreciation to the many' May he rest in peace. through cards, telegrams, STREET NE ...U97

Gieatly missed by friends: friends for their expressionsof Love always, flowers, covered dishes,

Deacon & Sis. Joe White sympathy, cards, telegrams calls and visitations during
flowers and courtesies Survived by: their moment,of sorrow. E. JOHNSON, MANAGER, OX-1-9199
June Whlthhurst, niece Juanita Jones, wife
And Willing Workers Club extended on the death of their "Family Millie Strange, mother
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 11, 1966 13
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TEN BEST DRESSED

4.to .: .., ZVZl WOMEN REV. THEDFORD JOHNSON, BOARD MEM.
I
in a I* The BER OF THE UNITED FUND OF DADE
Episcopal Churchwomen -
nalur pe- of the Transfiguration COUNTY COMPLIMENTS BUSINESS LEAD-
; 4 ta sponsoring their Annual
rs: x Fashion Show "Fashion for ERS OF OUR COMMUNITY WHO HAVE
lie Mij dy" and the presentationof MADE FAIR SHARE CONTRIBUTIONS TO
C.JIs. J ,. Dade County's Ten Best
.
Dressed Women on Friday, THE UNITED FUND.
Nov. 18 at 9 p.m. at the
h. lj Police Benevolent Associa- >
St.'gd. tion Auditorium, 15100 NW
27th Ave., Opa-locka.:: During,
' the fashion show, the feature
igg- will be the new fashion lookof
nd ; 2 0 this season of what is right
ur j for you and whenmodeledby J'C
e, male and female. Con-
hie- : r; cluded with a dance to the
,, st
tunes of the famous Billie t'M'UNITED
a Rolle and his orchestra. Sub-
I II I scription $1.50.Nominees .
for the Ten
m
Best Dressed Women for
1966-67 are Geraldine Arring-
ton;Louise S.Bradley;Yvonne
Brassfield; Iota Bucholtz; FUND
17 Mary Glover; Alice Harrison; Of DAD! COUNTY
,. a .ur.ar Eleanor Howard; Rocella I
e a .u..rn '
,, h r'' ..IrI.rN Leverity; Ruby Lewis; Thoma-
r t q .Illrrrrr sina Lindsey; Vivian Long;
Vera Johnson; Joycelyn

rea .V '" w { 4"b ..nrrr.w........ Andell Knowles; Wylemerle Marshall;
Mickens Beatrice
r N 1/d r.r.IrlrM ;
+ ...Irrlrlr. Richardson; Iris Shirley; Ann THIS WEEK'S GOOD GUY
.rrrrr.r Thomas; Willie Williams; and
,' rrr.r.rrrrr r..r.rr.r Isabell Young.
'1 1 Nr.r.r..rr You only have one more
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week. Send nominee'sname
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'Episcopal Churchwomenof the
k'p+ Transfiguration Ten Best
J tr
j, Dressed Women, P. 0. Box ,""
272, Opa-locka, Fla. 33054.
Telephone:, 681-3393.

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CLUB TO MEET
y of a.
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College Alumni Club will
FAMU ROTC ROYALTY The Reserve Officers' Training Corp at Florida meet on FridayNov. 11 at the
home of Mrs. Gloria B. Robinson H. E. S. REEVES
M University recently elected company queens for the academic year 1966-67. 8430 NW 10th Ave at ,
ected by popular vote, the queens are, left to right: Carolyn Hunt, Jacksonville, 8 p.m. The club will honor The Miami TimesFREDDY'S
mpany B; Elaine Johnson, Valdosta, Ga., Company C; Rosetta Austin, Miami, two of its members at the
|nd; Helen Johnson, Tallahassee.Company D; and Cynthia Moore, Tallahassee, meeting, Miss Ellen Tucker
mpany E. At rear is Mona Bethel, Miami, who is queen of Company A. FAMU and Dr. Gilbert Porter. All
jaff photo by Ernest Fillyau. "Degans"are urged to attend.

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GREATER NEWMACEDONIA Women Of St. James AME MT.OPA ZION LOCKA AME


Rev. Rosoce Jackson, pastor Rev. Milton Fayson, pastor
ObservanceSunday
Annual
Plan 18th
i Willie J. Beard, reporter Our services were well
attended Sunday and the pas
Services on the first SUn-
high and Nov. 20, promisesto years. She is a member of the tor preached a beautiful communion -
day were very holy.
Both choirs and ushers' be the biggest day of the National Council of Negro sermon, "Do This in
boards were in charge. We year for the women of St. Women and the mother of two Remembrance of Me." Our FIRST BAPTIST OF

BAPTIST MINISTERS' wish to thank Sis. Sample James. This year, under the daughters, Bernadette and membership continues to BROWNSVILLERev.
who is doing a superb job able leadership of Mrs. AnnieJ. Brigette.The grow and glow. More than 200'
COUNCILThe with Choir No. 2. She is Ivey and Mrs. Catherine day will begin with communed, the number two) W, M. Davis, pastor

Council held its pinch-hitting for their pianist, Peterson, the women have Sunday School at 9:30: a.m. choir sang beautifully.The Mrs. Donella Turner, reporter
shown and have worked in with a guest superintendent,
weekly meeting Wednesday,, who is on maternity leave. an Thanksgiving Sunrise ser-
Nov. 2, at 11 a.m. at St. Luke We thank God for Sis. Sample. enthusiastic spirit. Many Mrs. Annie Adams of New pastor is asking all vice will begin at 5 ajn. Thurs-

Baptist Church. After the and pray his richest blessingsupon wonderful plans for this day Hope Missionary Baptist class ]leaders and presi- day, Nov. ,24. The pastor is

....1. devotion period, the Rev. her that she will con have been made. Church, serving] for The Mrs.11 Margaret dents of Boards to make good asking each member to bring

... p, W, Williams, our expositor, tinue to sing and play to the services Reynolds.promises to be a.m. reports to the last quarterly his harvest gift.
taught a very interesting les- glorv] of God. with ladies who very conference Friday night, when The annual Men's Day will
son. We thanked God for his ad- will inspirational from various the presiding elder will]] be withus. climax Sunday, Nov. 27, the
President T. Johnson ask- dition of members to the + come Please look forward to members have already begun
churches in the city to
ed the ministers to attend the church. The Lord is truly] y, 7F carry Sunday for a fine sennon be- working for this day.
out the order of service. At 4
Foreign Mission banquet at blessing us and adding to cause the presiding elder We invite you to worship
the church as he sees fit. p.m. an Autumn Tea will beheld always has something to say. with us each Sunday, where a

Foreign Mission banquet at We invite you to come out on the church's Breeze- Again, want to work?Come warm and friendly welcome
St. John Baptist Church on to our B.T.U.' on Sunday way. Entertainment for this to busy Mt. Zion. await your arrival.
affair will be'
presented by
Friday, Dec. 2. The Rev. afternoons at 5:30 p.m. We
the future church of St. James.
Harvey, secretary of the are having a grand time. Bro
services will include
Our evening -
Foreign Mission Board will be Y. Angler] president. Let us '
continue to for one an array of musical'
the speaker pray
Rev. T. Johnson is pre- another. Remember: The talents. Women's Day At
sident, Rev. H. Brown is reporter prayers of the righteous pre-
vaileth much. The chairman is asking
that each member please
Baptist
Temple
SundaySunday
carry out his full responsibilityfor
this day with hopes of I .
New Providence Baptist To making our conference reportone is the day the of the Rev P. D. Brantley,
I 1. of which our pastor wouldbe women of Temple] have been pastor of Greater Israel Bethel]
LEI IETTE PENNINGTON proud. looking forward to for a year. Primitive 'Baptist' Church. A

Celebrate Mens Day SundayThere And now that the time is native of Selma, Ala., she
Again this year, we are Mrs. Bessie smith, chair- here, they are thinking talking ] -. studied atr the University of
blessed to have the same man of the souvenir program and acting-Woman's Day. Alabama"1 and at Florida A&M
will be a program speaker as of last year, Mrs. has extended the deadline University. She is an out-
here at the church this Fri- Leenette penningtcn. Having date for those ladies with standing' religious leader on

day, Nov 11 at 8 p.m. It graduated from Morgan State'' patron sheets to Sunday, NOV. the national], state and local
will be a Battle of Songs College with a B.S. degree in 13. We are depending upon you levels of her church and de-
between the Burnetteand the psychology, she worked as asocial to help us"make this the most I nomination

Soul Revivals] all of this worker for five years successful] book in the history The Temple women s

church. This is in behalf of ;. with the Florida State Welfare of the church. Remember, any ,i. ash Day Chorus, under the direction -
our Men's Day program Department. She is a memberof person so desiring to become r of Mrs. V. Strachan,
which will be held here Hurst Chapel AME Churchin a patron may contact Mrs. will render music and will
Perrine and also serves as Bessie Smith during services .+r
this Sunday, Nov. 13. You feature in a 30-minute progra m
are invited to come and a teacher in the Dade County Sunday if no one has asked curing the evening.
help make this program a I public school] system. you., Ads may also be given Chairman E. A. Lord and

great success. Mrs. Pennington organized .and a special section on co-chairman V. Taylor, along
The Rev. J. E. JenkinsEBENEZER I a male and gospel chorus, memorials will be printed for
serving as organist for two your deceased loved ones Lt 1. + loyal workers are anticipatingone
....1 i. r / 4 of the historic days in the
\ rJ life of Temple. All age
:-i.j;
FRIENDSHIPRev. MT. ZION AMEMt. ,. ,\ 7. ....;t groups-young and old--are
Rev. A. D. Hall, pastor 14f 1./\,<. J.1",," J.:.. saying, "It can be done. It

Once again, the women J. E. Jenkins, pastor Zion AME is ,Celebrating ... (f .' must be done We will do it,"
have planned a social] outingto Sis. Ruby Lee Carr, reporter their annual Woman's Day MRS. ULLIAN BRANTLEY The men have pledged their

benefit the annual Woman's Sunday, Nov. 13, Ushers' Sunday, November 13, 1966. The morning speaker will full] support.
Day program.This year, we're Board No. 3 will have a be Mrs Lillian Brantley] wife The public is invited.
sponsoring an "Old Fashion REV.. SAMUEL ATCHISON musical tea at the home of
Straw Ride-A Night In Nassau Bro. & Sis Brodus Martin,
." Buses will leave the of Friendship MB Church 1937ft NW 51st Terr.Our guest
church, Friday, Nov 11 at 8 will deliver the morning speaker will be Mrs. Blonnie of God in Christ of Dania she CHURCH OF THEINCARNATION
p.m. we are looking forwardto message and the evening Price. She is a dynamic is a licensed state evangelistof
seeing each of you for message will be deliveredby speaker. Be our guest and the Church of God in
some old fashion fun. hear this wonderful] speaker. Christ, member of the West-
the Rev. Samuel Atchison -
side Civic Club of Dan la anda Rev. A. Tyrrel Dear, Vicar
4
Don't forget our annual of Mt. Calvary M.B. From to 6 p.m. and dona-
Woman's Day program is Church. tion is $1.00. Bro. J, C. life underwriter the Afro- Congratulations to the
Sunday, Nov 20. Please Wright is president All mem American Life Insurance co. Episcopal] Churchwomenon
come out and enjoy the program Rev. C. J. Burney is bers of Ushers' Board No. 3 Miss sutton is a dedicated the success of their
.. ,. we have planned for pastor and Claudia Wilson cordially invite you. worker for religious Missionary Tenth Annual states Tea.
you. is reporter Saturday, Nov. 12, there Service and Life Insurance The states reporting the
will be a Trip to Crandon largest amount were Minne-

Park sponsored by Ushers' W sota, Mrs. Vera Wyche, who
Board Nc. 3. .... was crowned First Lady of
GRACE UNITED JORDAN GROVE On Monday, Nov 14, MISS M. M. SUTTON, : \ the States; Colorado, Mrs.

Rev W, F. Savoy,. pastorWe Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor Ushers'' Board No. 1 will begin Morning SpeakerThe Clarice Littles; and North
Ella K. Wright, reporter their anniversary with a Carolina, Mrs. Maude Butler.
are asking that our local] program featuring ta- general] public is Many other states reported -
members will be present and Beginning Thursday, Nov. lents of the city at 8 p.m. cordially invited to help s'j large amounts and
on time this Sunday morning at 10th, we will celebrate our Dec. D. L. Smith, presidentand them pay tribute to the women all are to be congratulatedfor
11. We will have an opportunity pastor's anniversary Thurs- all members of Ushers' iof this >great church. All] their contribution to the

to show that we are day night, Rev. Anderson and Board No. 1 extend to all of 'roads wjll be leading you to success of the entire program
getting down to business, to the Christian Community you a cordial] invitation.Our this great memorable occasionat .

an increasing degree, starting Church will be in charge. Fri- deepest sympathy is 5020 SW 18th St., W. Holly- Special thanks to Mrs.
now. A portion of the service. day night, Nov 11, Rev. A. extended to our pastor and wood. Morning speaker will Leila williams, Mr. Leslie
will be given to the presen- and New Mt. Moriah Baptist family, Sis. Essie Mae Bush be Miss M. M. Sutton. Even- ) Thomas and Mr. Charles
tation of our anniversary re- Church will be in charge. and family, Sis. Ida Lee Sin- ing speaker is Mrs. Harriett Jones for their enjoyable

ber port canvass and also our every The mem- Sunday, Nov. 13, 3 p.m., gel ton and family Dec. George Hadley, Rev W. C. Grant is musical renditions, and to
report. sermon
topic will be: "Do You Know Rev Paul Freeman and Butler] and Sis. Georgia pastor, Mrs. Julia Birch is everyone who contributed in
'"' 7 the Zion Hope Baptist Church Smith. To all of you, our chairman and Mrs. Mildred any way toward the successof
God You
Serve? For will be in charge. prayers and sincere sympathyin James is cochairman.Our this program. A social]
preparation, read I Kings, Saturday Nov. 12 Choir the loss of your loved
Chapter 18 the morning speaker is an hour on the lawn of the
story of Eli- 1 will sell dinners all Get well wishes to all
No.
dayat ones.
jah on Carmel. ardent member of the Church MRS. JUUA BIRCH, ChairmanFELLOWSHIP church was a fitting climax
r the church. Let us patronize our sick members.We .
on Sunday, a complete fi-
our auxiliaries. Remem- are so happy over our nanical report will be made.
Two other highlights are ber our sick and shut-ins. many visitors each Sunday. FIRST BAPTISTOPA Several teenagers were
before us, immediately after You are always welcome. Come again real] soon. If you given complimentary ticketsto
anniversary week. One is our do not have transportation to LOCKA By R. J. McGhaney the Dolphin-Buffalo]( game
Thanksgiving Basket Project; church, try and check our Rev W. J. Macon, pastor by the Sunday school.BAHA'IS .
and the Board of Deacons, SHILOH church bus route and ride to Sara E. McRae, Secretary I will lift up mine eyes
into the hills from whence
I' assisted by the Adult Choir, Rev. A. M. Griffin church free Church's phone You are invited to attendour
pasta'Sis. number is FR 3-6021. comethmyhelp Psalm 121: 1
will present a program on the C. M. Myles, annual Pre-Women's Day OF MIAMI
reporter
Third Sunday evening to help Come to church, have your tea on Sunday, Nov. 13 beginning I give thanks to the thigh
toward this project. We ask Sunday, 3 p.m., the No.1 faith lifted. at 3:30.: God, and a lot of my Miss Rouhi Yeganeh, Iran i
all members to prepare to Ushers' Board will be host to The program will feature friends who visited with me Baha'i who is now a public
contribute to the Thanks- the Ushers' Federation Union JAMAICAPRAYER SAM, musical talent from several in the hospital. Mr. H. E. S. health nurse in Belize, Bri-

giving baskets. Also in the Anniversary. Rev. W. M. ROOM TEA churches of the city Reeves, founder of the tist Honduras, will speak ata
i near future, our Christian Davis, pastor of First Baptistof Our Women's Day will Miami Times visited and Baha'i Fireside at the
Education Committee will direct Brownsville, will be the Come one come all to the be held on the 27th of Nov. prayed with and for me. Thisis home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold]
'. a "Know Your Church speaker. Our junior choir and event of the year! A SpiritualTea and we are looking forwardto what real] fellowship Guinyard, 1221 NW 175th St.
training series," beginning ushers will serve. will be held at Jamaica having thebest one ever. means, so let us all love at 8:30 p.m. Monday, Nov.
sometime in November.As The pastor and officersare Sam's Prayer Room, 2036 NW Our chairman, Mrs. Minnie one another as it was meant 14. Miss Yeganeh has lived
asking all members to be 70th Street, Sunday, Nov 13 Crawford, and co-chairman, for us to do. Remember, you in Englind and Scotland,
we engage in the pre- present Monday night Nov. 14 at 3 p.m. This special tea isa Mrs. Berne ice McMillian are can always buy the Miami and has traveled extensively _
sent task of Loyalty week, at 8 p.m. Business of impor- cup of health. "Behold ]leaving no stones unturnedto Times from McOhaney's throughout Europe and Canada -
let us look with inspiration tance. how good and how pleasantt present the best, in every home or the Rolling store. she is now enroute to
to-Greater things to come. Visitors are always 'wel:] : is for brethren to dwell together So until a later date, her post at Belize after her
way.We
with joy let us serve the come..Let usnot forget to pray in unity" Psalms are looking forwardto if God's will, my prayersfor vacation. The public Js
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22nd Annual Woman's Day MARTIN MEMORIALDr. MT. SINAIRev.
Drake
R. II. Johnson, pastorWe S. A. Thomas, pastor Memorial Observes

At St Paul AME had a wonderful ser Patricia Murphy, reporterOn I

Sunday vice. The services were very Sunday, we were filled First Woman's Day
spiritual with _,
all day. The inspiration all day. The -
pastor
day that we,have been Fla. 1n'n
A&M'University wishes to thank sermon was brought to
former everyone who us by
forward to has finally teacher of Douglas Elem.Mia- attended the services and the past president of the
t1be. Sunday, Nov. 13 is mi,
presently employed in supported his program. We BTU and Sunday School Con-
'
Day at ,St. Paul.'Broward County. She is the are getting ready for the gress. Rev. Tillman. He delivered -
of the day t i.Mr.s. daughter
of Rev. annual the
w. P. Jenkins conferences; all members morning and evening -
presiding elder of Lake are asked hot to forget message.
City district,Greater Fla. their obligations The
con- pastor, officers and
l. ference. She is active in the Rev. W. A. Zanders'and'' members would like to thank

AME Church, New Mt. Her- his congregation will render the fellowship club from the c

: mon, Sec. of choir No. 3, services Sunday night, Nov. bottom of their hearts for presenting
"f; tate president of the Young 13, at 7 p.m. All membersare the most needed gift

People's Department of the asked to be present and of the world today, God'swords
AME Church on time to the
greet the visiting Bible.
.
A church. r.J
'J. -' musical program is The superintendent of the
.. 'i > scheduled for the evening Choir No. 1 will celebrate Sunday School J Deacon

,,}., *: service. Our very own Mrs. its anniversary at 3p.m. Brooks surprised the teachers A
.. :: .. .' Valda Morse will give a very Let's get behind them Sunday by presenting to them
), I brief but inspirational message and support this activity. Let certificates of award designating
; : Soloists for the ___
the evening the choir know we appreciatetheir diligent work
II r <
are Misses JoAnn Storr cooperation and singing. they have done in teaching "1
'tIIJI,. the evening are Misses: Show them they are an important God's word to the young. MRS. A. RANGE MARIE ROBERTS ,
Barbara Howell and May we continue to pray
Mrs Lillie part of our church. The pastor, Rev. J. W.
Mae Doles Prayer meeting is sponsored for our sick and shut-ins. Our Dunn, officers and membersof afford to miss hearing these
Our chairman, Mrs. Alma each Friday night by the pastor is doing quite well and Drake Memorial Baptist two dynamic women who have

Carter and co-chairman Mrs. Missionary Society.We he was present with us again Church invite you to their contributed. much to our community

Juanita Fisher says "we Sunday. first Women's Day obser- as humanitarians.
are planning
have set a goal and with the i i tor's our pas- Take ,, your problems to vance on Sunday, November The chairman of our Wo-
Maeola Monroe of Ft. Lauder- help bf God along with our Nov. 21 appreciation night, church Sunday and you may' 13. m n's Day is i Mrs. Nancy T.

dale. She is a graduate of many members and friends, asking ,each at 7:30 member: p.m.to we take are very well leave them there. Our morning speaker will Green and co-chairman is

Edward Waters College and I we will reach it with ease." (part in these services. be the Honorable Commissioner Mrs. Dorothy Brown. Members -
Athalie Range and of Drake Memorial are

MATTHEW TEMPLE evening speaker will be Miss reminded of their obligations.

MT. HERMON AME Marie Roberts. You Please contact your captains.
NEW MT. MORI AH NEW HOPE BAPTIST Rev. Daniel Pridgen, pastor cannot

401 NW 7th Terrace Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor Mrs Ruth Lucas, reporter
Rev. W. E. Sims
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Evelyn Souter, reporter Mary L. Mayfield,, reporter pastor Zion Matthew Temple, AME CHRIST EPISCOPALMrs. MT. ZION CHOIR NO. 1
Rev. F. E. Sneed, pastor Services Church, host to the
were
high with spiritually Congratulations to ",.. 67th South Florida Annual Kate S. Dean, pre- CELEBRATES 70th
The women of Mt. Her- our pasta delivering Susie i Wallace and Little Conference-Miami District, sident of the Episcopal ANNIVERSARY

mon cordially invite you to two powerful mes- |Miss J Valerie Person. will be held at Sailers Churchwomen was guest ,,:'

attend their "Women's Day" sang sages out, of and their both choirs Through the efforts put Chapel, 2652 NW 48th St. speaker at the Fall Ingathering Choir No. 1 of Mt. Zion

program, on the second Su rn'r Sons' and souls )forth for our Woman's Day Rev. H. J. Benson, Nov. Program"'pf the UTO Baptist Church will celebrate

day, Nov., 13. The theme for will Fathers'Homecomina program, which was observedon 16-20. The business session of St. Phillip's! Rpicopal, their 70th anniversary Friday,
occasion is "The Role of the begin Nov. ( Sunday, ,Oct. 30, Mrs. will open at 10:30: a.m. by Church, Jacksonville on Nov 18 at 8 p.m. A fine program
Christian Woman in the Great 14th through the 20th. We Susie Wallace won the title our Rt. Rev. Bishop William Sunday, Nov. 5 Accompanying has been planned with

Society." ,are inviting the public and i of Miss New Hope in the Milton Smith, 9th Episcopal Mrs. Dean was her choirs from the various

The speaker of the day is all our friends to worship amount i of 349. Little Miss District-AME Zion Church sister-in-law Mrs. Pearl churches throughout the city
one of the leading ladies of with us at this time, let us Valerie Person won the title Mobile, Ala. The Annual Stirrup, a native of Jackson- participating. The public is
the community, Mrs. Lula l make this a grand affair A of Miss New Hope Jr. in the sermon will be preached ville and a former member of cordially invited to come out

Daye. Mrs. Daye, a native of great program has been junior department, having Wednesday night at 8 p.m. St. Phillip's Church The and enjoy an evening fo good,
Ohio, is' a speech therapistin planned. Our program is as 1 raised 12775. Again, congratulations by a minister of the conference Rev. Austin R. Coopernew singing.
the Broward County School follows: Monday night, Rev. i to both of you or visiting guest. rector. Most of us like my-

system and.a member of Greater Rahming & congregation of The welcome program will self will remember Fr.

Mt. Olive Baptist Church I W. Hollywood, Tuesday follow worship service by a Cooper when he was ordained -

She has delivered similar orations night: Rev. McCraney & distinguished guest of the at Christ Church We MT. CALVARYRev.
in various parts of congregation of Mt. Aaron; r 1 A city Special messages, wish him God's peed in his

Florida and Ohio. She i is Wednesday night: Rev. F. along wjth the hour of Dis- new church. S. Atchison, pastor
considered to be one of the Carter & congregation of' cussion, wit be carriedout The Vestry is sponsoringa A Constance Carter, reporter
greatest speakers in this Bethany; Thursday night; each day throughout the clock contest on Sunday,
part,of the country. Rev. C. Smith & congregation week, and Sunday morning. Nov. 20. See any member The No. 1 Ushers' Boardis

Your presence will surely of Jordan Grove; Church school 9:30 ajn., of the Vestry and guess what having a Tea on Sunday

add to our day and you will I Friday night: Rev. B. Mack morning worship 11 a.m. time the clock will stop. evening Nov. 13, at 4 p.m.
be rewarded spiritually. & congregation of Macedonia and afternoon service will Parents are urged to send The tea will be held at the
of West Hollywood. close the conference. Mem- their children to EYC meeting home of Mrs. Catherine
Gloria of Jackson is chairman These services will begin at bers and friends of the on Sunday, 5 p.m. Get Guyton, 16330 NW 18th PI.

publicity. 8 p.rn. city are cordially invited to well wishes to David Clark. Mrs. Mamie Lee Williams of

At 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. attend. New Providence will be the

SALTER'S CHAPELRev. 20th, Rev. R. Jackson & r guest speaker You are invited -
congregation of Macedonia, 14. ANTIOCH M.B. to come and bring a

H. J. Benson, pastor Brownsvi II e. Refreshmentswill NEW LIBERTY CITY friend.

Betty A. Morant, reporter be served after this KELLY'S CHAPEL Rev. A. H. Essix, pastor

service. Your host and hos- Rev. L. L. Dean pastor
Our first Sunday was a Sis. Annie Whipple, reporter
day of remembrance. Afterour tess during this celebrationwill Retha J. McKenzie, reporterWe
Services were high inspirit
sermon, Rev. Wright of be Rev. 0. Taylor and
SUSIE WALLACE morning and evening.
have look the
Sis. Chanie Collins. a new ,
We are
Coconut Grove spoke on be- Our pastor certainly delivered ST. LUKE AME
of church il
half of Pastor's so happy to have sons like remodeling our $
our Appreciation these, that God has given improving everyday.The mem- powerful sermons 5932 NW 17th Avenue
This Sunday, Sis. 4 1 We welcome you to worship Rev. W. A. Curry
Agnes Davis and Ushers'Board them the inbedded true bers are very proud of the with us each Sunday pastor

No. 1 will have their Christ-like spirit that they progress Rev. Dean delivereda and attend our weekly The pastor will bring the

anniversary at 3 p.m. Come have. I touching sermon last meetings. Continue to pray morning message. ..,
out and help them celebratethis Sunday. J 3 P.m. services will be
The pastor and first lady for the sick and shut-ins.
held for Rev. W. S. Ford in
occasion. The speakeris all friends
want to thank each and tailing; women,
Rev. Fayson. everyone for the calls and and visitors of Kelly's Cha the interest of his annual

Let us pray for all the cards that were received pel. Sunday Nov. 13 is Wo- ,CHURCH OF1RANSFIQRATlCN conference.

sick and shut-ins. Little during our first lady's i illness, ., man's Day. We hope that all 7 p.m. evening worship
Miss Rose Morant is in the however, she is still at N+ of you will join us in our ser- message by the pastor or his

Variety Children s Hospital. home and feeling so much, vices, with Mrs. Willie Mae On Sunday at the Solemn appointee.
Let us pray for her. better. We are asking your I Mason of New Macedonia, !Sung Mass 10:45 a.m. there Monday night, Nov. 21 will
be the
continuing prayers for her yA speaker for the morning ser- will be the Episcopal Churchwomen pastor's appreciation.
Friends invited attend.
are to
that she will be strengthenedand service Mrs. Elizabeth Pitt- Fall United Thank
GOODWILL MISSIONARY be able to return to her man, principal of Poinciana Offering Ingathering All Friends are always wel-
come to worship at St. Luke.
.
BAPTIST busy schedule. Also for Elementary as our evening women are urged to be pre-

6601 NW 24th Court our pastor, shut-ins, be- speaker. Come out and worship sent wearing white dresses,
reaved families and those with us on this special if possible, and Chapter
The Goodwill Missionary in the armed services day We hope with the helpof i rosettes. The public is in-

Baptist church has moved to visitors always welcome. VALERIE PERSONThe our friends and visitors vited. ST. LUKE M.B.
a new location and will begin that this will be a day in
its initial service Nov. 6th. Young Women's Auxiliary church history that we all can Rev. P. W. Williams, pasta

l' will celebrate its anni- remember. Mrs. Lemmie Mitchell HELP HELP HELP Mrs. Bunesba Green, reporter

versary Sunday afternoon at chairman, Mrs. Mary The Deaconess Board of ;rt
GLENDALERICHMOND 3 p.m. Rev. Ferguson of Prince co-chairman.
REV. ROOSEVELT St. Luke is sponsoring a
Richmond Heights will be the Visit the sick and shut-ins. Calendar
HEIGHTS Tea, Sunday, Nov.
speaker.Let FRANKLINof 13 at 3:30 p.m. in the church's
B. L. Gumer, pastor
Rev. not forget our
us
Macon, Ga. dining room, 1790 NW 55th St.
Rutha Harrington, reporterWe
Thanksgiving service on
DIVINESPIRITUAL Thursday night, Nov. 17,
rejoiced in our Thanksgiving Day. Pleasebe GOODWILLMISSIONARY
at 8 p.m., The Male Chorus
hearts as we partook of sure to make your contribution BAPTIST HEALER victory will celebrate is anniver-
the Lord's Supper as we for a needy family. to people's with musical
many many sary a program.
witnessed another Lord's Please continue to pray Rev. T. R. Harrison, MinisterWe problems. Everyone is cordially invited

Supper. for our sick and shut-in had a high day on our SUCCESS CAN RE YOtfPS. to come out and make this a
See or write me today. I
We listened attentivelyas members. initial service in our new lo have a special message for great event both spirituallyand
Pastor Turner expoundedthe cation. Rev. E. Ross broughtthe every troubled soul. Last financially.
word of God to us from morning message. Very wetk many, many peoplewere
the Holy Bible. After our BETHLEHEM interesting subject: "Whatare I helped by my special
Communion services, we You Doing With Your selected Bible i reading,
shook hands with our departing Rev. Oscar West, pastor Religion?" to be read on Special Days.If -ANNUAL CALENDARTEA
and their Gloria Howard, reporter you want to be delivered
members AT
Youth Hour was very Inspiring quickly. Send 1.00 and
families. They were the Our prayer band will meet to the youth. The stamped, self-addressed ST. AGNESSt.
REV. T. R. HARRISONYou Johnsons and the Deven- each Monday night at our evening was brought envelope to:
ports who will journey to church at 8 p.m. message '
by humble "A REV. ROOSEVELT Agnes Episcopal
your servant;
have a cordial wel- California with their husbands On the third Sunday afternoon Suffering Church will present its Annual
come to worship with us in who are in the armed there will be a Christ. FRANKLIN Calendar Tea on Sunday

I all of our worship services. forces. Our prayer circle Fashion Tea at the home The Lord's supper was 630 MORROW AVE. Nov. 20 at 4 p.m. in the
I Rev. T. R. Harrison is the will remember them and rejoice of Mrs. Ida Johnson, 753 administered.We Macon G*., Phone SH.9-6473 Parish Hall, 1750 NW 3rd Ct.
YOU will these
I Minister.For when they return. You NW 52nd St. Donation $1.00. invite you to worship SPECIAL SELECT get D BIBLC Mrs. Veronica Bynoe and Mrs.
1 :
free transportation, are always welcome to worship Let us not forget to pray with us. Come with us and we VERSES BY RITr-: MAIL Marjorie Wake, chairmen.
|call 7544024. Nov. 25 with us. for our sick and shut-ins. will do thee good. (Nov.18)



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I I > BTWTornadoes396More 1 1 ( + 4 r'. M

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than 10,000 rabid in on the scoring for the un:'
football fans jammed Miami beaten (8-0) Rams. Quarter- 6 1' 1. I
Stadium last Friday night 'to back Clarence Patterson i
see two unbeated Dade power- threw touchdown passes of : : j
:4
houses collide fa the top 43 and 35 yards and scored ,t x
once himself and fullback ...
in the
spot state. '
It was a close and evenly Mangram ran 17 times for :
matched contest for the first 122 yards on a new offensive : : ; 1,i4 fIMg'
half but the Rams broke the series.
game wide 'open in the se- Meanwhile, Mays was
holding Booker T's Fred Warren -
cond half an went on to '
humiliate the Tornadoes 396., Dade's leading rusher
and scorer, scoreless and to \4 k\\Ll
Mays shut off BTW's 29 net yards 'in 10 carries. &s4 ,.
feared running attack, limiting Warren and the other BTW k A ,
the Tornadoes to a mere backs found the Mays middletoo i p
29 yards' rushing, and intercepted tough to" penetrate. Middle
..... five passea to turn the guard willie McGahee,
'-\ Florida Interscholastic Athletic tackles Alexander Bartlett
f ,.10 Association game of the and Versa Sumler, end Ted r
year into a mismatch before Lyons and linebackers Harry +
about 10,000 fans at Miami Passmore and Frank Page \
Stadium.Six made it an especially rough a 1 I 4 4t nk
different players got night for the Tornadoes.
.

I Jackson Toddle-Inn SchoolRegular I S

meeting of the have 2000 words at his com ,f : tt .v ,

Parents Club of the schoolwas mand. Aaction, parentswere I ; ;

held Friday evening told the urgency of ,,
Mrs. Isac C. Mickins, vice watching children's action at
president presided. Reportswere all times, when at play, etc.
that the gigantic Hal- and the necessity of the child I
loween Party for the studentswas being aggressive; V- time -
a mammouth success. every parent should watch
The students had made their and teach children the valueof 14t -it
own costume garb and faces. time and how to use it ;
The parents had contributed wisely. C- care, fathers and
overwhelmingly with refresh- mothers sat eagerly listen-

ments and "treats". ing to the admonisment that ..'
Main order of businessfor they should examine them-
discussion was prepara- selves and see if they are
tion for the Annual Harvest giving the child the proper
Feast held each Thanksgiving. and necessary care; H- /
The plans were put in habits, concluding Mrs.
good order and everyone Jackson stated habits are
looks forward to this oc- things we cannot get around '

casion. and how imperative It is that I MIIr/MI ......u_IU Ja "60&--', ...... "II'.t.. >" -d
The thought for remem- we see as nearly as possiblethat
brance dwelled around the good habits areformed.If More than 10,000 rabid football fans jammed Miami about as the Mays Rams smashed the Tornadoes seven-
word WATCH. It was pre- all of these things are Stadium Friday night for the bigbattle of the unbeatens. game winning'streak by a convincing 39-6. Photo by I
sented in a brainstormingfashion "watched" our children will Booker T. Washington High fans had little to ,cheer Johnson of Miami.
as Supervisor Jack- be better, happier and we
son pointed out meaningsof will too. Challenging remarks LIBERTY CITY ORCHARD VILLA
each letter and what it
were given ,as responsibility ELEMENTARYAmerican
could and should represent of parents by Vice ELEMWe
_" as pertaining to our children.VV President Mickins. Attendance Education week observed American
for words, she stressed Banner for most parents will be celebrated with an Education Week, November'
the t importance'of word was won by Sarah Walton's Open House and PTA meeting 6-12. Special devotional ser
building, pointing out thatat class room Hostesses served on Thursday Nov. 10 at 7. vices each morning were
age 6 every child should delightful repast. Each parent is invited to wit- centered around the theme:
ness a grand treat. "Education Adds Up."
Open House was held Wed- /
nesday, Nov. 9 at 7 p.m.
Mrs. Vemay P. Jones,
r irrv chairman of American Education -
Week, Mrs. Clora M.
( Pearsall is principal

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,',
Y LILLIE C. EVANS
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',,;'
if aFM
,
Lillie C. Evans was pre
,... 'Ii,Ii f' ,:. pared for the welcome invasion -
of parents and friends
who visited, the school between -
9 Nov. 6-12, "American YP
Education week." Theme:
"Education Adds Up"
Our program for American
Education Week included:
Tuesday,Nov. 8,9:00: a.m.
Dr. Henry C. McDowell ,
pastor of Church of the Open
Door.
\ Thursday, Nov 10, 9:00: 1
a.m. our students presenteda
play, "Instant Education." /
4 Open House Tours followedthe t
play. Parents and friendsate
... lunch with the boys and 1r.
the girls. r. f

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... 01 f :i"1 '- \1 .. ..: 'II .1\\
i'3> : .1 L.... : MISS BTW HOMECOMING Miss BTW Homecoming and her attendants still I

1 ; I 1.,," .. managed a smile for photographer Frank Johnson altought their team was being
manhandled by Mays High 39-6 at Miami Stadium Saturday night. They are Peggy I
Anderson, Joyce Hubert (Miss Homecoming) and Loretha Wallace. I

:, ,

W : J.R.E. LEE ELEMOur PINE VILLA ELEMThe week was as follows:

t II 1 \; first graders experi Pine Villa family observed Monday, "To Rational
L
I : Thinking," speaker Her-
r ; enced most delightful Halloween American Education Sgt.
", ,: .... : activities recently. Language Week Nov. 612. The theme schel Hargraves, .Homestead
jI i. arts teacher, Mrs. MaryB. "Education Adds Up." The Air Force Base.Tuesday .
Lane, read the children a program outlined for the "To Creative
Halloween story. The child- Spirit, speaker Mrs. Mae-
I ren then watched ahuge most delightful was the popping don Bullard, plats teacher ,
/I pumpkin turn into a real I of corn. Frances S. Tucker Elem.
jack-o-latern. Mrs Alice On Wednesday, the first Wednesday, "To Self-Re-
f ...,' .' Daniels, a first grade teacher, graders brought along their liance, speaker, Mr. Walter
'" ;: 'I'.. Pt'; : did the operation on the aprons to school and baked Anders, Mays High School.
) 'JI",1':1
: :; t, : pumpkin as the children gleefully nine delicious pies from their 7 p.m. PTA meeting and
J. : Open House.
\ ": 'j, :','.' -.:; looked on. jack-o-lantern. It will be quite
!!S. .., : :_ .': } Teachers and children some time before these Halloween Thursday, Assembly, skit:
.
I ... W' -...,.-- ...--.-..'"... "The Greatest American..
counted 505 seeds taken from activities are forgotten
Miami Northwestern's Homecoming Oueen Marsha Harmon is bedecked in regal pumpkin. This provided an by the youngsters.The Sixth a.m. to grade 1:00 classes.pjn. Parent-10:30
court of (1 to r) Jacqueline Moss, Susan Smith arithmetic experience in coun first grade teachersare Student
robes and surrounded by her charming Mrs Ahtc Daniels, Miss luncheon. We were
and Evelyn Hollingshed. The Bulls ended the homecoming festivities on a happy ting.The making of puppets Mildred Mitchell and Mrs. happy to have visitors visitedour

note by beating Blake High of Tampa 20-9.( Photo by House of Photography. proved to be so. !much fun, but Maybelline Truesdell. .Education school Week.during. American



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TALLAHASSEE Florida -.. ., I
I A&M University cele- the I "':"""' .4 ...... ..It\L ,...::...&__.Ii8
brated homecoming in a big with 96
way Saturday afternoon as one of 1966 Bethune-Cookman Wildcats I
the Rattlers upended North ing
' Carolina A&T 6418. got 75 Bethune Cookman Col Jacksonville; Sylvester Da- Fifth row: Granville Dor- Orlando; Henry Ford, Ft.
The Rattlers rebounded ina once, Wildcats arc enjoying vis, Pompano Beach; Clewis sett, Delray Beach; Elijah Lauderdale; Willie Brown,
big way from their first ton of the best seasons in Wright, Hastings; Roosevelt Richardson, Moultrie, Georgia Boynton Beach; Vincent No-
| loss ever in Bragg Stadiumlast yards history with a 4.1 won- Cooper, Miami; Tracy ; Alvin Davis, St. Peters- bles, Delray Beach; William
week at the hands of record. Idle this week, Noble, Ft. Pierce; Tyrone burg; Willie Benjamin, Belle McMillon, Pompano Beach
Tennessee State, to keep The will face one of the most Butler, Chicago; Jimmy Glade; Anthony Grisby, Del- and Thomas Hines, Jack
Coach Jake Gaither's homecoming tests against Flor Jackson, Jacksonville; ray Beach; Eugene Leach, sonville.
I record clean. The quarter A and M University for Thomas Lee, Pittsburgh;Ernest -
A&M coach has never lost Johnson homecoming contest at Swift, Apopka; Richard
scoring I'M. Saturday, November Washington, Miami.
one.Florida A&M is now 4.2 The in Daytona Beach. Third row: Walter Frazier NOW OPEN
on the year, while North back as The recent 29-26 upset w auchula I ; James
Carolina A&T is 3-4. midfield over South Carolina Green, Palmetto; Larry Wll- .....
The Rattlers completely back College placed them in burn, Atlanta,C-eorgla; Kenneth I' \
dominated the game on of- way place in the SIAC Taylor, Pompano; .4
fense and defense. FAM yard ('. James Lowe, Phoenix, Ala- PRINCE'S; : 1
gained a total of 584 yards, The Headcoach Jack McClai- bama; Carton Bethel, Miami :
326 rushing and 258 pass strong has barred outsiders ; Eddie Campbell, Orlan-
strong scrimmage, protecting do; Maulty Moore, Brooks-
ing.The Aggies were held to on short the new attack the ville; Wince Mack, Marietta Gi Pit
just 37 yards rushing and score to will play againstthe ; Daniel and Samuel Cooper -
193 passing. A&T did not Rattlers. Plant City l nf
score until it was down 440in The From left to right, bot Fourth row: George Sut-
the second half. damper row: John Knight, San ton, Delray Beach; James 0BarBQue
The Rattler defense,led by hopes Allan Wilson, Miami; Brooks, Homestad, Pennsylvania ,. .l M,
guard Richard Ford, recovered quarter Henry Harris, Delray ; James Carter, Delray 4:*
four fumbles and inter plunged Elbert Wright, Ft. Beach; Ralph Wise, Miami;
cepted a pass to keep the and ; Henry Still, Co- John Smith, St. Petersburg; 27th Ave. & 46th St.
Aggies in check. from I u m b I a, Georgia; Collins Stanley Phillips, Pompano
Ken Riley, sophomore It Mulberry; Larry Lit- Beach; Ernest Creel, Tam
quarterback from Bartow, TIMES'f' Miami; Bernard Hums, pa; James Berry, Delray
was the leader of the FAM U this year. ; William Player, Mi Beach; George Woods, Winter BEST HICKORY COOKED RIBS
offense. He completed five travel to ; George 1 King, Pompano Haven; Freddy Young, AND CHICKEN IN TOWN
Winter Haven; Bernard Hoilv -
of 12
passes for 176 yards next,
and""three touchdowns. He powerful Second row: Alvin Wyatt, Miami. .................................
scored two times himself on
one-yard plunges. versity. TAKE OUT SERVICE

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Racing Fns WITH even if John Be

three
Part three o f this series or Iwo
will be devoted to "angel ember,
dogs," that is,dogs that have following
come in either second or thirdin or follow
their last start. These dogsare three -/
to be considered greatlyin on them.
handicapping a race, be- share of
cause they, as a group, win
the majority of all races.Just angle
is a dog
look back in your programsand
you will determine this. four
Again, let me state that the position rI'
angle dog is a very strong the race,
factor In handicapping a In the } .
greyhound race. dog's .s J1; !
Now, since there are gen- last race j
erally two, three, sometimesfour thing like }
angle dogs in a race, PP 3,

you going consider further, as what a further should 4, Finish Now, I //fflj

factor? Now, let me see if ticular I
I can make this clear for to win >; I A
you. When I talk about an usually
but this YOU'RE ACCREDIT TO THE COMMUN
angle dog, I am talking :L.l
about a dog that has a show- *
| YOU OWE EVERYBODY / --- +*ora,
in g of "1", "2" or "3" at Generally l
any of the position poles, three fEATa ( :
that is, 1/8th pole or stretch to the

call. Now, these correspondwith be THE NEXT TIME YOU TAKE A TRIPNORTH'S i: Aii
the program poles and so you ,
are listed in the program. ing this
First of all, the strongest dog. But '4 t
angle is a "1" at any of one, stick TRAVEL BUREAU
the two position poles. If a you will
dog has enough early speedto in time.
show a "1", although he
has quit or has finished well ing this
back, that dog should be capable next week
of getting our first again TIMES. 1L
and he may hold on to win..
this time. Also, when you
take a dog that shows early Can a Scotch actually taste good?Ask the born-and-.
speed bit has a tendency to bred Scotch drinkers. They've been smacking their ...,
quit or fall back, he will gen lips over John Begg for years. Suddenly this grand
erally go off at a high price old is the of
,',,,oetc : name on tip everybody's tongue."Take a
odds wise. Now,an angle dog
like this should be followed YOU peg o'Begg.. a wee bit better than the best," say
three times before giving up the poetic Scots of their treasured John Begg,whose
on him. If you follow all -illy V=' -rREE DELIVERY- DRUG taste is gentle,and whose price is light.
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this at bargain price. 4 ft. PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM! OPEN SUNDAY ALL DAY
high only 69#

f-, $200 down, $75 down. installed. 1295 NW 53 STREET

r lr Hth. No qualifying, take over' FHA payments, corner
CALL 3 bedroom, CBS, tile roof, enclosed front porch
377-9906 OR 866-6886 754-2056 best location, near everything. $750 down anatake
EveningsNO FONTANA REAL ESTATE over FHA payments of $94 mo. pays all. f

ONLY THE FINEST PROPERTIES 240-42 NW 51 STREET
ii m ii MIIIIIIIIII inn i MM nmiiiiiiiiiiii Like new duplex, two bedrooms on each side, b
windows stoves and refrigerators. Best P
jalousie ,
1340 NW 88 ST. CENTRAL AIR CONDITION
: location near stores and buses. Owner will sell
I si ,'IIYsT: :\ .I\ I: i 3 full bedrooms, 2 full tile baths. Truly differentin for FHA valuation and will pay all costs.
'i\, ,I"1 \\I.."...., I design. Built-in oven, range, hood fan and L
dish washer. Oak floors, garage, liberal terms, 1151 NW 80 STREETCBS h b

CLOSING COSTS ON THE FOLLOWING No qualifying. $22,500 total. Fla room, awnings, freshly painted inside ,
and out. Good location near buses and stores. rlti
3 BEDROOM, CBS BEAUTY. Wtll furnished. $1,500 284 NW\ 58 STREET $1500 TO TAL FHA price $10,000 with $300 down and $62 mo. IIT
down. Jalousled porch, dining room, utility room, air 2 large apt on full lot, need some painting and Seller will pay all closing costs I d
cond., patio. $13,900 total. repairs. Low down payment, low monthly pay- :N;
ments arranged1., Near school, b'uses and shops. 8450 NW 21 AVENUE rr:
NO QUALIFYING. 3 BEDROOM CBS. Fla room, garage 6
down.$12,000 total. HO qualifying, takeover FHA payment. Beau-
$2,000
641 NW 65 STREET 3 BEDROOM tiful corner, CBS on 2 lots, fenced, garage, tile 7F

$250 DOWN' 2 BEDROOM CBS. Dining room, Utilityroom 2 baths, modern CBS, terms to be arranged. roof, awnings, air conditioners, stove, refrig.,
wall wall
better
to carpeting. A homel) $900 down
appliances, wax her, $10,500 total.
takeover FHA $98 month all.
payments tIr
6414 NW .15 AVENUE STORE APT. pays (

NO QUALIFYING. 2 HOUSES on large lot. 3 bed- wood business location and rental income. To 1852 NW 85 STREETCBS b,
room and 1 bedroom, separate meters. Only $1,000 settle an estate. Make your offer with good terms. 01!
down. $12,000 total. .. tile roof, awnings, separate garage, stove slC'
and refrigerator, Fla big '
room, bargain at $8,500
901 NW 44 STREET EXTRA LOT
FHA, $300 down and $52 month. Don't miss this I S
NO QUAUFYING. 2 HOUSES on large lot. 2 bed- 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 story, corner residence, in v,
room, large screened porch, dining room, 1 bedroom excellent area. Make your offer. $12,900 total. 2011 NW 81 STREETNo in
house completely {furn. 2 car-garage, $2,500 down. 1111111111111111111111 n suuuuuuisiiusisuiiiui..IusuuChas. t1
$13,900 total. qualifying, most beautiful 3 bedroom, CBS D
S. FoNtoiia Realtor with built-in kitchen, terrazzo floors, awning A
WE HAVE MANY MORE 6t
windows, large fenced yard, sprinkler system,
$100 DOWN FOR VETS & DISPLACED PERSONS 6016 NW 7 AVE. 751-7511 screened side porch, price is only $14,500, .
.t" $1,500 down and move right in. 2.F

SHELL REILTyB.ER''O' ', 1945 NW 90 STREET dlf"

...KING SIZE BUYS 3 bedroom, CBS, on large lot, Fla room, jalousie blni
HW 7tfc 'A v. '758-5551 l: windows, hardwood floors, appliances. Freshly
I PUT YOUR QUEEN IN ONE OF OUR CASTLES f painted inside and out. FHA price $12,000 with 4.

I HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWN J. $400 down, $74 mo. Vacant, we have keyl! 61
+

+ 315 NW 56 STREET fA 2005 NW 93 STREET
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Large 3 bedroomextra large Fla room. Refrigerator J Beautiful 3 bedrooms, on 2 lots, corner, tile of
Buy A Home Today! T stove and other extras. v roof, separate garage, wall to wall carpeting, dlnt

I tA fenced yard, awnings, custom-built kitchen, modern -
2320 NW\ 81 STREET appliances, kiddie pool$16,000$600 down, pr
.
((1)) Duplex 2192 NW 92nd St. $100 month. .
Live rent free in this CBS beauty. Above average, custom built 2 bedroom, 2 bath, J $98 month.! Seller pays all closing costsl I I l of)
J spacious Fla room, garage, central heat, air conditioner f caIP

((2)) Duplex 2025 NW 91st. St. $350 down. LT 2330-32 NW 96 STREET
B.autlfullike-new duplex, 2 bedrooms, each sidescreened 13
Live side the other side.
on one rent .
'j 1126 NW 93 STREET back porch, terrazzo floors, air conditioners )\

J 2 bedroom beauty, fenced, all mica kitchen, separate stoves, refrigerators, carpeting. Everything l
((3)) 9230 NW 16th Ave. $300 down, $78 mo. f garage, patio. like new. Bargain at $18,000 with $800
2 bedroom, CBS home, Fla room. + down. and $107 month.
T 2300 NW 89 TERRACE 4J I
((4)) 1360 NW 51st Terr. $300 down, $79 mo. 15120 BUNCHE PARK WEST DRIVE h
Large lot 2 bedroom fenced, f o
2 bedroom CBS home, Fla room. t stove, refrigerator corner ,,drapes, well and pump.carport At 3 bedroom CBS, awning windows, large lot, a
freshly painted inside and out. A at "

((5)) 1370 NW 86th St.- $300 down, $73 mo. 1831 NW\ 84 STREET $9,500 all closing with $300 down and $59 mo. Seller will Jt
costs.
pay C
/H." 3 bedroom home, CBS. T 2 bedroom special, Fla room, air conditioner, .
I t pump and well, fence. Total $10,500 FHA. WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES
.
"I l 44th St. down. $75 month. .
r ((6)) 1534 NW $100
YOU CAN BUY
; ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR

" I ((7)) 755 NW 59th St. $200 down. $85 month. INCOME PROPERTY $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
Y 553 NW 58 ST. & 5814 NW 5 CT. 4 DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY

! l if*,'1: APARTMENTS FOR RENT Y2 buildings on one lot. Good rental income f WE HAVE VERY GOOD INCOME PROPERTY

f 14460 NW 22nd Op'a.lock$15 week. 'Y Priced to sell. $7500. A LISTINGS
) I' p 4 WE SPECIALIZE (1M THE FHA & VA RESALE AA at
t) HOMES FOR VETERANS $100 DOWN T tife
" PROGRAM. NEW LISTINGS DAILY. LET OUR Realty Broker 0t
OPEN SATURDAY & SUNDAY 7 EXPERIENCE SERVE YOU. t


i FORD REALTY,INC. Broker t 8000 KING NW REALTY I AVENUE, INC. OF, MIAMI REALTOR PL .1-9708 4. 4932, NW 7th, Ave PL 9-4371. F

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FOR RENTCBS FOR RENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

CLASSIFIED ADS 2 bedroom apt. 22. Large 2 bedroom apt. newly Truck and waste paper router
Nice 1 bed. duplex. Apt $19. painted and very nice $25.00 sale. $30 per week. No
Nice 1 bed. CBS, apt. $17.50. per week. Also 2 bedroom down payment. Phone: 448-
15 WORDS OR LESS $L50. 50 FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. Good 2 bed., rear house $22. house. $15 per week. 2260 NW 4208 after 7 p.m. t'1East

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY Corner 1 bed. CBS duplex apt 62nd St. 688-4825.
NOON $19 week.
1933 NW 16th Coast
House. Ave.
CBS, 1 bed. duplex. apt. $19.
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR "'SALE 1 bed. porch plus.Duplex apt. 7511046. Tailors

$100 Down Paymentor 1240 NW 87th $19.LIBERTY.
Terrace New duplex Roan. Fum. 6715 NW 17th
live rent free in RENTAL
4 bedroom CBS homes, CBS, 3 bedroom, tile roof AGENCY SPECIAL
close location Ave. Men only 691-4638.
call JE 1-6902. 2020 NW 62nd Street
[s low as $68 per month pays screen patio, stove, refrig., TAILORED SLACKS

11. Call Harry Denny, Real- air cond., wall to wall carpet, 3 bedrooms; ,- CBS, $12,000 Come into 633-7809 our office and Nicely furn. room with extra $14.95
ur now 947-7111. Tip Top no qualifying, $12,000 FHA. $300 we also
Total down ($100 vetsor will show large clothes closet Alt.rations and R.mod.lingFAST
you a good apt.
eatty. price $75 monthly pays every 221 letter) $90 per month cooking facilities. Man pre- SERVICE
thing. Call right now for low, all. Five year old CBS, very ferred. Call 7541452.
[ bedroom CBS house,Cement .low down payment. $75 mo. sharp. Fence and awnings. Furn. Room, 1931 WashingtonAve. 111 NW 62 ST.

rive way, carport, small down pays everything. This shouldgo Biscayne Realty, Inc., Broker ., Opa-locka. Phone MU PL 83901A
ayment, no. qualifying or fast. Be first!! Aetna 759-8600. 1-1079. Weekdays. A''! day. HELP WANTED cud whil. you wait
losing charges, straight first Realty, Broker, 811 NW 54th Sat. & Sun. (TF) Ladies-Fill wig orders at Anyt im."
ortgage, move right in, 3615W St. 7575724. Open Saturday 2 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, Fla home. No outside work. Salary.
| 214th St. 6851224. N 25. and Sunday. room, see at 15620 NW 26th Near Liberty City area. Real Write Joseph Wigs, 1203 E.
-------- Nv.25FHA ---- Ave. $300 down. $56 mo. FHA nice apt. one and two bed-
Che I ten. Philadelphia, Pa.
Special Furnished FHA, $250 Down financing. Call broker now. rooms. Deposit required. Call
otal $12,000, only $400 No closing cost. 3 bedroom Martin M. Berney, 624-6983. Mickins Rental Agency, NE Wanted settled lady betweenthe FREE FURNITURE -
[own and $87 month pays all. 2 bath, all elec. kitchen. Uni- --- 4-0500.
ages of 45-55 to baby sit. CBS HOUSE FOR SALE
his is a honey, fully furn. versal Real Estate, 7518642.Are Have beautiful 3 bedroom 2 --- 2 children, from 9 a.m. to 2
arpeted, stove refrig. A must bath, CBS, house with Fla Downtown area. turn effcy. p.m. 691-8984.
ee 3 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS You a Veteran? room and garage. Large lot All utilities. $13 per week. $9,850 Full Price
rive by 1602 NW 82nd St. We have many 2-3-4 bedroom can be bought either conven- Call Mickins Rental Agency, Cook. Experienced. Femaleor $850 Down
en call me to see. A. Ben- houses for $100 down. Some tional or FHA financing. See NE 4-0500. male. Small retirement $86.01 Mo. 15
Kori, realtor. Can anytime, payment $65 month. Call for this right now. Call broker. --- Hotel. JE 8-0534. years
512243. appointment to see. Universal Martin M. Berney, 624-6983. Houses. Adult. Nice one bed- -- No qualifying Closing
--- Real -- room house $22.50 weekly.
Estate, Inc. 751-8642. State licensed beautician, Costs
2138 NW 85th Street Houses Available. Low down 550 and 580 NW 58th St.
ltA total $9,000 only $300 1410 NW 87th Terrace payment. Low monthly pay- Dixie Rental Agency. 3203 757-9254 Kimberley'or 691-2747.Beauty Salon, 2355 NW 79th Terrace

flown and $55.80 month pays CBS, 2 bedroom, tile roof, ments. No qualifying. Call NW 17th Ave. 633-2429.
ill. Would you believe it! 2 oak floors, carport, air-cond., right now. Martin M. Berney --- CHILDCAREWill Phone MU 1-9871
edrooms,. CBS, veterans only stove, refrig., FHA $12,300.No broker, 6246983. 2 bedroom house and duplex. Owner
klOO down or certificate $100 closing costs. $400 down. --- 623 and 631 NW 75th St. take very good care of TF
| own wonderful for retired $76.33 monthly. You must 4 Duplexes Available. For Dixie Rental Agency, 3203 NW your child in my home. 759-
ouple, Drive by then call me, see to believe. Call now!! information call right now. 17th Ave. 6332429. 8335.

U. Ben-Korirealtor.751-2243. Aetna Realty, 811 NW 54th Martin M. Berney, broker ,
St. 7575724. Open Saturdayand 624-6983. Room, private entrance and New Antioch Church. Day
1240 NW 31st Street Sunday. ---- private bath. Also effcy. 7th Care. 1603 NW 54th St. Ex- GOODBYE! RENT MAN -
|HA total $10,500 only $350 VA & FHA homes availablenew Ave. & 65th St. 758-2463. perienced teachers. Trainedat
own and $65 month pays all $100 Down Payment list. As low as $100 'Before 12 noon. Bethune-Cookman College
[for this neat clean 2 bed- 3 or 4 bedroom, CBS homes, down. Call for information. and University of Fla. Cer-
oom, one bath, in good As low as $68 per month pays Martin M. Berney, broker, Furn. house in Liberty City. ticicate Fla. and Ga. Call 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS
eighborhood, a really good all. Call Harry Denny, Real- 624-6983, Very nice for responsible 633-2797 or 696-2064. $7,900 Full Price
buy, so drive by then call me. I tot I now, 9477111. Tip Top person. Call 635-6304. 4 to 8Pfl 6% Financing

A. Ben-Kori, realtor. 751-2243. Realty. Attention expressway evacu- Dec.9 Childcare. Breakfast and EZ terms, No qualifying
--- --- ees. $5000 for $8000 equity. lunch. 759-6113.
Duplex No qualifying. $500 down. 3 bedroom, CBS just renovated. Room, single man. 635-0276.

Live rent free. It's like a $85.47 month all. Absolutely Excellent condition, vicinity Childcare and ironing to take
home, one side could be 3 immaculate, clean, spotless, 24th Ave. and 42nd St. NW or 1727 NW 91st St. Full one bed- home. Call 691-5940. 1253 NW 44 STREET
Bedroom, other side, 1 bed- and sharp. CBS with fenced 691-4668. room duplex. Full living
room, 1 bath, fully furn., beautiful yard and new. awnings. Bis- room, full dining room and MISCELLANEOUS NEWLYRECONDITIONED
property, really nice. cayne Realty, Inc., Broker, Attention, expressway area kitchen and bath with tub. Holiday hairdo from $2.50
Total $600 759-8600. buyers, beautiful two bedroom This is large, adults only.
$15,800, only to $];00.) Beauty craft. 6856
down. See this one sure. 1919 -- home plus Fla room, plus $22.50 per week. Call be- NW 15th Ave. OX 1-9541 or TF
W 90th St. Drive by then see NW 83rd Terr. 5 big bedrooms, garage in nice quiet area. tween 10 and 6 p.m. 754-6277. NE 47200.
me. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 2 bath, CBS, FHA, $16,000.No CBS cash buyers or FHA. ----
612 NW 60th St. Call anytime closing costs, only $600 Drive by then call us. Fenster 2 bedroom house. 2453 NW //1
751-2243. down, $98.78 monthly. This Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779. 91st St. Call 635-2937. 758-4121 j
can't l last. Call today and -- !!
Deluxe Property see this outstanding home!! Genie homes.New new styles. Room in private home, settle, IHELP

FHA total $18,000 want some- Aetna Realty, Broker, 811 See thise two new models of sober man. Quiet. Call 634- MOT Q I '@ 1.
thing special, 40 foot living NW 54th St. 757-5724. Open three bedrooms, two bath 9654. 47th St. area. Gi If

room, 2 bedroom, 2 bath Saturday and Sunday. homes. Perfect for your wants.
beauty with rental unit of one Priced right. Only 2 left. Furn. 3 room apt. clean and 4 ALL
one bedroom, one bath, a must $8500 FHA full price. $200 Drive by models, 1954 NW 41 modern. Electricity and city REPAIRS
see. This was built at the down. ($100 vets or 221 St. and 1030 NW 51st St. Callus water included. 693-0449. IN YOUR HOME
cost of $22,000 now only letter). $76.08 pays all. CB at Fenster Realty, Broker. aO'CHOWlI'M
$18,000 FHA one $800 down letter). $66.91 per month pays PL 9-8779. Rooms. Men only to live rea- 40YEAKSEXPCK1DXE
veterans less.If you are looking all. CBS with 2 bedrooms and sonable, call 749-3360 any
for something unusual, sleeping porch. Separate 1767 NW 93rd St. time. Prefer mornings or even- 11112 REFRIGERATION SERVICE

this i is it, 1875 NW 90th St.Drive garage. Biscayne Realty, Open Sun. 2 til 5 p.m. Spa- ings.
by then call me to see, Inc. Realtor, 759-8600. cious 2 bedroom CBS beauti-
A. Ben-Kori, realtor, 612 NW ---- fully fum. large Fla room, Room for reliable person.
60th St. Call anytime 751- $10,500 FHA full price. $250 only $14,900. Spitzer Realty, Call 759-6719.
2243. down ($100 vets or 221 letter) 759-8741.

---- $76.08 pays all. No closing ---- EDISON 1 I Specials
8740 NW 15th Avenue costs. CBS with oak floors. Home and inc ane. Shadowlawn
FHA total, $12,300 only $400 Appliances are included. Bis- district. 2 bedroom home and r
CBS
HOME
down and $85 month pays all cayne Realty, Inc. 7598600.No 1 bedroom cottage. No quali- BARGAIN
for this nice 2 bedroom, 1 fying, $15,000 total. 95 NW OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
bath, small FLa room. It's qualifying. $500 down, 53rd St. 758-6659. 339
NW 39th
$83.37 mo. all. CBS on huge -- STREET
nice. -
Drive by then call me. 331 NW 56 STREETCBS
-\. Ben-Korireal,751-2243. comer. 2 bedrooms with '55 Pontiac Bonneville. 4door.
612 NW 60th Street. sleeping porch or Fla. room. Large truck, space ideal for $400 down-FHA-Only $12,000 total price
--- Biscayne Realty, Inc., Broker gardener. $245. 1990 Bay for this 2 bedroom horn, plus cottage. Near
Office Building 759-8600. Drive. Miami Beach. UN 6- $2000 below FHA Edison school. Nice and clean. All large rooms.

615 NW 60th st. New, paved 8505 after 4 p.m. value. 2 bedroom
$100 Down payment ,
off-street parking. Doctor, down no DRIVE BY THESE THEN CALL EDISON
CBS homes, $ qualifying, ,
Dentist, attorney, contractor, 3 or 4 bedroom, large Fla room, oak
nursery school, C-4 zoning, As low as $68 per month pays 2151 NW 46th St. Home and floors. ((1)) 835 NW 84th St.CBS, 2 bedroom, terrazzo
Price $18,500 make offer your all. Call Harry Denny, Realtor income. Vacant, move rightin. Hurryl floors, carport, $300 down FHA. No closing cost,
terms, this is only 6 months now, 947-7111. Tip. Top Allapattah' Realty, 633- county taxes only.
<)1d. Owner has to sell, will Realty'. 0426.

take good as little as $2,000 downto A.enKori -- -Choose--your-home with us 2, CALL OWNER: ((2)) 4100 NW 1st Ave. CBS 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
qualified buyer.
realtor, 612 NW Open Sunday 2-6 p.m. 3, or 4 bedroom. VA or FHA. tile roof, Sprinkler system. A beautiful home.
'Oth 1201 NW 84th Terrace. 3 bed- $100 down and up. Call us 758-8749
all anytime St. right 7512243.across street, rooms, 1 bath, C. Lot, Low Robin Realty, Broker, 221- ((3)) 6733 NW 2nd Ct. New duplex. 2 bedroom -.M

---- down payment, FHA terms, 5481. Evenings call Archer each side. Terrazzo floors, awnings, $3500 down.
Universal Real Estate, Inc. 666-4509.
5661 NW 6th Avenue
'HA $15,000 veterans $100 751-8642. reach-in ((4)) 431 NW 58th St. CBS Duplex (side by side).
-- fixtures. A
Store
lown, this is lovely 2 bed- $400 down FHA.
8363 NW 12th Avenue beer and soda box and also
oom, 2 bath, CBS home with Deluxe CBS on lake, huge dairy and vegetable box for CBS BEAUTY
large Fla room, great big Fla room, tile roof, carport, sale. 634-9127 or 758-9375. ((5)) 1723 NW 43rd St. CBS, four 1 bedroom apt.
-at-in kitchen, full garage, all elec. kitchen, stove, re- 2050 NW 96 STREET Each with enclosed porch. 4 $16,500
Jeautiful lot 75x125. A must frig., carpet, drapes, a real 2 fur coats,like 1 mink, practically total. Excellent garages.
eel Drive by, then call me. bargain at FHA $16,500. No new. Paid $300 for terms.
\. Ben-Kori, realtor, 612 NW costs. Only $600 "each one. Will sell for $50
f'0th St. call anytime, 751243. down.closing$101.99 monthly. Thisis "each. 739 NW 77th Terrace. $400 down $76 month ((6)) 5900 NW 3rd Ave. Lovely CBS home, centrallyair

a real steal. See today!! Will be home all day Saturdayand conditioned plus 2 opts. No qualifying.WE .
Aetna.Realty, Broker, 811 NW Sunday. Drop in.
4 Bedrooms, 1 Baths 54th St. 757-5724. Open Sat. --- Like new carport HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXE FHA
,
12,500, this is a wonderful and Sun. FOR RENT TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.YOU .
one for willnake oak floors, tile roof.
large family or -- Lovely effcy for 1 person, CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES F01
a good rooming house, Open Sunday 2-6 p.m.
hot water, and electric Hurry.
gas $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
bedrooms
5x125
2
lot. Front and rear 1246 NW 85th St. furn., $20 week. NE 55566.
DISPCACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY -
air cond.,
Awnings. Call me on this one 1 bath, Fla. room,
0 see A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, on the lake. $16,600. $600 bedroom- fum. $18.50'
M2 NW 60th St. Call anytime down. No closing cost. Uni- apt.
week. 758-3901. CALL OWNER:
Realtors
per
51-2243. versal Real Estate, Inc. 751- EDISON REALTY,

-- 8642. Downtown area, 1 bed, fur;;.. 185-8149 .'
1611 NW 93rd Street ------ 175 N.W. 62nd St 751-2441
FHA, no closing cost. $400 Buy a new duplex. Live rent apt. All utilities. $17 week.

pown, air cond. Universal 1 free. Choice locations. Call Mickens 374-6506.. Rental Agency,

Real Estate, Inc. 751-8642. 235-2958. ,



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, 20 THEMIAMI! TIMES, Friday, November 11, 1966 ."'._ ."""' .'t' .

Nursery School will star

Open House At Junior without knowing it in their Jror
own enchanting show as visitors

/I observe through a one-

\ I, College Sunday way There'll window.be refreshments,
I'I'J
J : tool! The Home Economic r rW
_
i and Food Service Manage-
IBM
recently-acquired Sys-
Miami-Dade Junior Col ment departments are bravely '
.
tems 360 will perform highly ..,
lege's bustling North Cam undertaking to prepare
pus will be where the action sophisticated, "third genera- punch, chips 'n dips for the
\ tion" feats of electronic wiz
; is this Sunday (Nov. 13)) multitude. _
In demonstrations
when students and faculty of ardry North Campus locatedon
for the
both North and South Cam planned especially N.W. 27th Avenue at wi
occasion.
puses are hosts at M-DJC's 113th Street with entranceson
sixth annual Open House between Do-it-yourself test takers both 27th and 32nd Ave-
will have a chance to checkup
2:30: and 4:30 p.m. nues.
The event, which traditionally on their reading level
and check their
own scores
marks the college's
in the Reading Department.
observance of American Education
Week, is expected to Those who suspect they may SOUTH
have been missing a few
draw some 6,000 visitorsto i
words here and there test
the during the af- can
...; ternooa campus their hearing In the Speech DADE NEWSSunday

\ .W Feature attraction this Clinic.
students will
., year will be the new .$3- Nursing ,
demonstrate their skills Nov. 20, Ushers'
milllon Science arid Technology
throughout afternoon by Board No., 1 will go to Macedonia ,
Building which will be ; .
caring for acritically ill"pat- Baptist Church to par- p. -
open to the public for the firs)t
lent" actually a life-aized ticipate in their Woman'sDay ,. -
time since its completion last
mannequin known to succes- observance.
summer.In .
sive classes Mrs. Metric "w
addition, a total of 108 Chase. And as Lady Winder- Tuesday, Nov. 1, Mattie I
activities, exhibits and dem- k
the skele- Louise Walker, daughter of
mere, department's
onstrations covering all ton-In-residence, will be allowed Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Walker,
areas of campus life is listedin became the bride of Airman ;
out of here closet to
the Open House guide- Ernest Washington, son of
receive with bone-rat-
book which will be distributed guests Mr. and Mrs. Noah Williams.

to visitors uponarrivalon tling cordiality. The ceremony was performedby
Among activities slated in
campus. the Rev. W. C. Edcar at
the new Science and Tech
The Sunday spectator will the home of the bride's pa-
will be
fingerprinting
Building
have a choice of entertain rents. After a brief honey-
ment that includes drama, breathalizer and moon Airman ,Washington will er
polygraph tests by the Police -be for further military
art, films, gymnastics, dancing leaving
t'i \,.. wrestling, and fashion Science department. The duties in Puerto Rico.
entire crime lab will be open 5
modeling. Continuous music
for Inspection, also. Sunday was Communion Dayat
will be furnished by the Col- _
lege Orchestra, Concert Other technological dem- Hurst Chapel AME Church, I IL r
onstrations include civil en- Perrine. The pastor, Rev. W.
Band, Choir, Chamber Singers -
.
and Evening Orchestra gineering, hydraulics, graphic L. Allen, preached about

appearing in both Indoor arts, instrumentation, education, since it was Edu-

and al fresco concerts.In aerospace, drafting, and el cation.Week.It .
ectronics. Visitors who wishto was announced that
the million-
college's
do so may take a con Miss Althea Greer and Eddie
dollar Computer Center, a
ducted tour through the new Hughes will be married at
top attractionwithlastyear'sOpen Mortuary Science Lab the church Nov. 20 at 4 p.m.
House crowd, a new oratories. Located in a sep- The pastor is asking every- A heavy Negro vote turned out on Tuesday in the to election that saw'

star will shine this year. The erate wing of the building, one to pay the budget for the the defeat of Miami's favorite sort candidate Robert King High in the gubernatorial

4 this is the only such college. conference year which ter- race. High got approximately 90 percent of the Negro vote, but lost the election by

THETA NU SIGMAMU facility In the South, and one minates this month the at fourth St. Paul Sunday AME.of more than 150,000 votes. This busy action was near\ closing time at precinct 78 at
of in the nation'sJunior
two
CHAPTERThe only colleges.On Please pray for the sick Orchard Villa School. Photo by House of Photography.

and shut-ins. Mrs.Jean Townsend
a gentler note and underscoring Y
Southern Atlantic Miami-Dade's i is reporter.

Regional of the National crib-to-crypt range, the col Thought for the week:
Beauty Cultural League met lege's youngest. toddlers "What You Can't' Do, God OUR CLASSIFIED ADS IRING RESULTS

in St. Petersburg, Fla., Oct. who attend the Laboratory Will Do."
23-25. The regional was well
attended by cosmetologistsof

Georgia, South Carolina,
North Carolina, Alabama, and
Florida.

Sor or s Marion Muldrow,

Olga Cooper, Louise B. Riley,
Rosa Lee Dean, Betty Col-

lins, Pearl Hardy, Doris Dor- I I A ,
sett, and Mildred Williams
motored over to St. Pete.
Soror M. Muldrow is the
supervisor of Florida. Soror

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the Cosmeticians Guild and

instructor of hair weave, wig-

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