The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 18, 1966
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00442

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Vol.44, No. 13 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 196b 20 PAGES \Set

First 30 Expressway 31 Arrested As Former Miamian ElectedI


Families Resettled in Sheriff's Vice to New York legislature ; .

New ApartmentsThe A former Miamian was among ....A
Squad Strikes the winners in the New
York state Legislature race'
Miami Housing Authority and the Metro and Miami in the Nov. election..
moved 30 families who code enforcement agencies. Running the Democratic -
Dade County streets and polntive, or the naming of anew
had lost their homes becauseof Many of the 30 families alleys were visited last weekend -, acting sheriff Wednes- ticket, Arthur O. Eve wona
Urban Renewal or ex- lived in temporary homes in by a task force ofSheriff's day, Kogan and other offi- seat in the State Senate to
pressway projects, to per- buildings owned by the State detectives in searchof cers said. represent New York's 143rd
manent apartments this week Road Department, which vice violations. In a record District. He polled 16,512 ,
in a 60-unit project on N.W were acquired in the accelerated roundup, the lawmen "We conducted a similar votes to 8,397 for his Re- ,
21st Ave. between 50th and road building pro- ended Saturday night with mass raid about six months publican opponent, RobertE. i
54th Streets. gram.A 31 arrested. ago. Today's action is not Llpinczyk.
Many of families lived truck was driven down really new," said Maj. Paul Incumbent AssemblymanArthur
in temporary quarters until from Georgia by Economic According to Sheriff's Vice Morgan, chief of the sheriff's Hardwlck Jr., who
the apartments in the Miami Opportunity employes to Squad Lt. Joe Kogan, the detective uniformed police di ran on the Liberal line in
Housing Authority projectwere help remove families. Ad- majority of the arrests were vision. the 143rd District, sufferedthe
ready. ditional families will move for gambling violations. But heaviest loss. He came
The Inter-Agency Reloca- in a few days to the 225- some booze law arrests were The squad raided more third with 4,711 votes.
tion Committee, which is aiding unit project. made, he said. than 200 individual loca- Eve was Hardwfck's cam- I
the displaced families to tions in the concentrated at- paign manager in the 143rd ARTHUR EVE ,If
find new homes, has openedan Haley Sofge, executivedi- "We've been reading in the tack on vice violations, in- District last year, but beat .. I
office at 1157 N.W. rector of the Miami Housing newspaper about gambling cluded places listed In a MI- him in the June primary.The and is a graduate of the local ,"
3rd Ave. Authority said the families violations, so we called ami Herald's story a coupleof Assemblyman had the Dorsey High SchoolHe
Organized early in 1965, pay an average of $40 a about 40 of our detectives weeks ago. endorsement of the BuffaloInterdenominational spent two years at West
the committee membership month, including utilities for together and just told them to Minis Virginia State Collegebefore
includes the Miami Housing apartments mostly of three go out and get them," Koga The violations ranged terial Alliance,the Democratic moving to Buffalo where he
Authority, Urban Renewal and four bed-rooms each- said. from selling numbers ticketsto leaders of the communityand graduated from Erie County
Agency, Economic Opportu- in th six two-story buildings. The action had nothing to card games and other Illegal the Buffalo Challenger, Technical Institute.
nity Inc., the Dade County The minimum rent is $30. a do with the change which games of chance, Ko- a news weekly of which Eveis He is the son of Mrs. Bea-
Community Relations Board month. made the sheriff's office ap- gan said. president.Eve trice Eve of 1019 NW 66th

--- ---- was born in Miami, Street.

I Urban Renewal Nixes Negro Elected' Mayorof 1

Housing Mass MeetingA .. .:;.r.. ;

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suggested mass meeting fected by urban renewal, he color or religion," Ferdie ," \ i I
of public and private agen- emph 81zed. said.He '* .1'\ i Floyd H. McCree, a foun- lice department on some oc-*q t I
I*' cles to discuss housing and "It was just'the'feeling of added, however, that ,. ., dry foreman was elected casions. j
relocation problems does not the board that a mass meet- the agency won't allow "un mayor of Flint Michigan, He strongly advocatesopen
meet the apps oval of the Ing Wasn't the way to get der the guise of integration, ;! Nov. 8. He is the first Negro housing and equal opportunity :
Dade Urban Renewal Agency things done'Ferdie said. the removal of a vast,por- ... ,, to hold that post in that in- in employment.
at this time. Edwin Tucker, former tion of the populace of Cen- llJIMfII'E.O.D. dustrial city of 200000. Speaking of "black power -
Ainslee Ferdie, urban re- Dade urban renewal director tral Miami simply because ," he said, "To me, 'Black
newal chairman, said sucha and now a member of both they belong to a minority McCree was elected at the Power' means that people tare
meeting wouldn't serve the Urban Renewal Agencyand group." City commission meeting voting and that they are ...
useful where he went to begin a
any purpose Community Relations afforded the same privilegesas ,,1\
agency is already invol-, Board, suggested the meet- Some critics pointed out fifth term as Third Ward all other people."
ved in "an overabundanceof recently that urban renewalof commissioner. '
consulting, coordinatingor ing."We are committed not Miami's downtown Negroarea SpeakerRoger "Primarily," he added, ,
action agencies." only by law but by choice to would simply replaceone He said he never dreamed, "what the Negro wants is to :'\
This doesn't mean that the the principle that the areas ghetto with another. W. Wilkins, Federal of becoming mayor of any get into the mainstream of
agency, does not want to cooperate to be redeveloped will provide They also talked of lack of Director of the Community city let alone one of the size today's society, not to take
: and hasn't coop- residential housing communication among the Relations Service for Com- of Flint. anything over." ,
said he is mod-
ated with other groups af without regard to race,creed, various local agencies. munity Action, will be guest McCree a He has
speaker for the Urban League erate on racialissues. He said that the racial cli-
Equal Opportunity Day Dm spoken against alleged police mate in Flint is good but he ;jJ
brutality in Flint,but has is concerned about other
ber Saturday night at the is-1 l
Wilkins Urges NAACP Branches Hotel. (See story on page 3). praised the work of the po- sues confronting the city. '4 j 11 I"}

to Push Consumer ProtectionNEW 1

YORK NAACP Mr. Wilkins suggests that dents and others in consumer fv f
Executive Director Roy Wil- the branches urge their leg- protection activities .
kins has alerted all his or- islatures to establish the Of- and to cooperate with con- r r.r
ganization's branches to the fice of Consumer Counsel in sumer associations and protection }
importance of immediately each locality. This Counsel groups."
inaugurating or accelerating would be appointed by the Finally, Mr.Wn'ldnsask.
Consumer Protection pro- Governor and represent the each of the organization's
grams.In consumer before the legisla- 50 state conferences and 11k1I1f
a memorandum to the ture, state agencies and ad- branches to submit regular
field, Mr. Wilkins outlines ministrative bodies.A reports of their activities so
20 guidelines which can be resolution adopted this that the organization may '
followed by the branches. year at the NAACP's 57th coordinate its efforts in this 7' :-
Among them are the use of annual convention in Los crucial I community action -
a consumer protection com- Angeles pledged the Association program to eliminate pov- ......
mittee as a base of opera- "to involve ghetto resi- erty.
tions and the establishmentof
consumer information
center with clearly designated _
times when they will be Runaway Boy Critically

open to serve the community ,
lie suggests that each I
branch set up a consumer information Id"
library with ma- Injured By Train :
terial from the President's II I
Committee on Consumer '
Interest, the Office of Econ- Twelve-year-old Fletcher walking along the SeaboardAir ;\
omic Opportunity, and the Brown was critically injuredby Line Railroad tracks about I
American Mother President Hubert H. bracelet
a passenger train in Hia- "Great : Humphrey presents a ,
Department of Agriculture leah Tuesday He 7'p.m. near NW 37th Avenue. carrying the Vice Presidential seal to Mrs. Gladys Russell, 60, who has five
to name a few sources. evening. about 300 yards south of 79th
was removed to Hialeah Hosp-. Street. sons and one daughter in military service. In addition, three other sons are veterans. '
Consumer workshops in 'tal.. Mrs. Russell, the mother of 14, said all of her'sons volunteered for service. Her I
low-income areas can give He was knocked off the advice to each was "Be a good soldier.",A younger son, Merritt, 17, (centeris a
the people "on the. scene His mother, Mrs. Mattie track by the impact. Hialeah I
cadet in high school and plans .to ;loin the Army in June following his' graduation.In .
instruction about shopping Brown of 2385 NW 62nd St., police said the train was
credit and also legal adviceon reported him missing at noon, traveling about 50 miles an commending Mrs. Russell, Vice President Humphrey" said she was "a great American "

Installment purchasing. police said. The boy was hour. mother who has given her best to her country. I. h "

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The superstructure of the various agencies of Dade
County affecting the Brownsville area met Monday evening -
at the Brownsville EOPI Center supposedly tackle l
and work out solutions to the many complex problems '
facing the Brownsville community resulting from the 'a.. "r.
thousands of former slum dwellers moving Into this area
as a direct result of the Urban Renewal and expressway _. _
programs.The end result of the meeting pointed out loud and AILEEN LOTZ ART PEAVY BOB SIMS ERNIE LENT

clear, the need for community action nowl! Presided over meeting No ,land No funds Stop! .rythlr.g' now .R.pre .ntd CRBIDR.
After all of the thousands of words were said, we
find ourselves in the same situation: NO IMMEDIATE
The following facts were presented:


(1) The area from Miami River to NW 95th Street L
(including Brownsville) has the dubious distinction of
maintaining the highest crime rate in Metropolitan Dade
County. ,4.
(2) The county budget calls for 72 officers for the
aforementioned district, but only 60 men are assigned.
** A representative from the Dade County Safety De-
partment admitted that his staff does not now have _
enough men to handle the existing needs of Brownsville.

QUESTION: What happens when?.all the Miami
Housing Authority' units now,being' hurried to comple- J
tion in this area are occupied?

Existing school buildings are already overcrowded. BRITTAN SAM MONCUR HALEY SOFGE NEAL ADAMS
Students from elementary schools in the Brownsville
Short of classroom Condemn land for pool I
area are presently being "bussed" to other areas. EOPI will help MHA doing Its best

According to Dr. Brittan aid Mr.Norton representingthe
school system at the meeting, plans are being made
and buildings are being constructed in an attempt to
catch up with the existing need. What of the future
needs of this community?
NOTE: Immediate plans to take'care of the mass
exodus of Central Negro District, residents into the
Brownsville area call for possible use of churches,centers
and even the National Guard Armory for classrooms.From .
where I sit, it would be extremely difficult for
the best students in the county to learn under,these conditions

QUESTION: With our children already behind, tem- 1
porary measures as aforementioned, not only hinder an rt
exceptionally bright student's progress, but offer very .' I F As v
little motivation to do better. f r r
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If this is true of the bright child, what of our :
chIldren who are already needing so much individual attention f '4
QUESTION: Where are the Federal funds for education
being spent? The funds were designed for spe-
cial projects for our children. Will these funds be spentto
re-create the type of_schools used during slavery

RECREATION Oscar Weaver urges quick action in Brownsville Community. I

Art Peavy,'Metro Recreation and Parks. Department
Director, readily, admitted that ,recreational, facilities 75 Insurance Executives Discuss ODDFELLOWS AND
for this already overcrowded community are almost nonjxjptant. HOUSEHOLD OFRUTHTHANKSGIVING

f When reminded that playgrounds, parks and swimmiag
"Management By Objectives"ATLANTA' All members of the Household -
pools were intregafparts. of residential areas and of Ruth and Grand United
are ',of considerable importance in improving living environments 75 Order of Odd Fellows are requested
;, .he ,wholeheartedly agreed!: ,.but, very simply executives of Negro-; owned top surance Co., Louisville collaborated communications and mo- to worship Sunday
;stated that neither funds nor the land were available life insurance companies began on the program.A tivation in management and morning Nov 20 at New Hope
panel headed by Dr. presented review and fore
Fort this community. a Primitive Baptist Church
3 days of workshops'
Harding B. Young, chair cast for owned insurance
Negro and
13th St.
I here Wednesday, around the corner of NW
Brownsville residents others'Vealizing the explosive new business concept of man of the Business Depart companies. The meet 1st Place. Rev. S. H. Samuelis
nature of the situation in this area came to "Management by Objectives:' ment, Atlanta University, ing was scheduled to con pastor at the 11 o'clock
hid meeting clinging to hope that .from such a meeting They, were welcomed to At opened the sessions Wed tinue through Friday, with service for our Annual Thanks
J nesday. Dr. Kenneth
would come immediate and positive action aimed to- lanta by Mayor Ivan Allen chairman Black, workshops on computer operations giving and Memorial Day Ser
James L. Jr. Insurance Department claims administration vice. Members please be
solution the ,
watd ,a lasting to many complex'problems ,
Goergia State College
annual and and time.
Georgia Insurance Com- reports present on
facing the residents of this area in the assimilation of ; Dr. Michael H. Mes- District
taxation is
missioner, and E.M. Mar Edna Mapp
thousand: cf displacees into this community. con, chairman, departmentof Governor,
tin, 1st vice, president-secre Grand Most Noble
'All left with little hope at all that anything constructive tary of Atlanta Life Insur Management, Georgia -,
is being accomplished in the way of preven- ance Co. and a founder of, State College, Robert Thompson
ink the once proud Brownsville community from becoming the National Insurance Association Office of the Regional jam OK tontUttfy ixvttot t' 4t 41MUBAMMAD'S
another disease and crime infested Washington Administration, U.S. Department
Heights type slum community. Wardell C. Croft, president Development of Housing and& Urban Regional MOSQUE No. 29

Certainly we have not forgotten Watts, Chicago, of Wright Mutual Insurance Administration U'S.
Harlem, and other riot torn cities around the country. In chairman Co.of ,the in conferencesaid Detroit, Departmnt of Housing Urban Hear the life giving teachings of the
all, of these cities, after the flareups that brought discredit the discussions willhelp Development and Honorable Elijah 'MuhaM..dMeetings
all of the first reconcilethe Murray -
to one things done to decision makers maximizethe J. Marvin planning dlr-
situation was to provide additional recreational fa management functioa Life Insurance Co.discussed
cilities.' We recall that Chicago even installed portable The concept which is sweeping :
swimming pools after its unfortunate riots. the business world Includes SUNDAY 2:00 P. M.
using primary and Wednesday and Friday 8:00 P. M.
Why wait until after discredit and misery is broughtto derived data to establish objectives WMBM
our AU American Dade County? department by department 1490 On Your Dial 52A5 N. W. 7th AVENUE

Lets join hands with the Brownsville communityand unit by unit with BLANCHE CALLOWAY Utan to the Radio Edition! of "M,. Muhammad Sp. k*"
provide that proverbial ounce of prevention NOW! in companies. The process PRESENTS Sunday, 5:30 A. M. WFAB 990 on tKa Del l
Instead'of the pound of cure later. permits pinpointing and ready reviewof responsibility PROGRESS REPORT 630 A M WMIE 1140 on th_ D'.l

Wake up Brownsville and Dade County before it's performances. Croft and 1 Times Daily Read MUHAMMAD SPEAKS NewspaperI

too:late. L.R.,Taylor, actuary, Mam-' 8 a-N., 1SS and
t ttE NEED VIGOROUS COMMUNITY. ACTION NOW onth Life & Accident In 10 p.m.



THE'M AMI 'TIMES, 'Friday+, NoM {J8,' f96 3

Jackson High and Athalie

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League Ill;, "


Miami Jackson High given new hope to many stu- training 150 unemployedmen
.School its students, facultyand dents. Thanks to intelligent from the poverty category -
administrators -will be faculty and administrative in cooperation with the
awarded an engraved leadership, students are Economic Opportunity Program
plaque at the Urban learning through classroomand and for employmentof
League's Equal Opportunity extra-class actkvities that an additional 150 men
Day dinner this Saturday old prejudices and resentments (approximately 95 per cent
(Nov. 19) at Deauville cannot survive the test Negro) through direct job ,I 1 t
Hotel The award is in rec- of reasoning in a school en- placementThe ;t' 1"itlt,

ognition for promoting ex- vironment filled with hope, Dinner Arrangement \%
cellent human relations in a spirit and understanding." Committee Is headed by Dr. ( \\
multi cultural and ever Selected also for awardsfor Gilbert Porter and IncludesM.
changing environment achievements in the field William Smith, Mrs. Eu-
Selection of Miami Jackson of equal opportunity and hu- genia Mitchell, Rev. EdwardT.
High for the honor was made man relations are Mrs. Ath- Graham, Senator HarryP.
by a committee headed by alie Range of the Miami City Cain, Ben C. Green, and
Sen. Harry P. Cain. Miami Commission and the Most the Misses Betty Ruth Moss
Jackson Is an example of Reverend Coleman F. Car- and Blanche Calloway. The ::1
the transition In living and roll, Bishop of Miami Cath- guest speaker will be RogerW. \.
school-going habits affected olic Diocese (which comprises Wilkins, Federal Directorof
by shifts in nelghbohoods. 16 counties in Southern the Community Relations
Once it was predominantlywhite. Florida). An award in the Service for Community Ac
Now Itispredomlnantly area of Equal Job Oppor- tion. Advance sale of tickets
Negro. When Informed tunity and Fair Employment Indicate that this year's ob- 11 T
''of the Urban League's practices will be made to servance of Equal Opportunity -
selection, Gary Thompson, Sidney I. Mann president DAy will surpass last
president of the school's stu- of Montgomery Pipe &Tube year's attendance of 800 : "
dent body, declared: "I
Company of Florida, for persons.
doubt whether any educa-
tional institution in the state

has done more than Miami 5 VISTA Members Join
Jackson High to foster the
kind of concern for and un- {' Xat

derstanding for all of equal opportunity War OH Poverty Here w' ,

"The leadership that the 'j::
principal, Donald A. Burroughs The Economic Opportu- whose special Interest is work __!l.alll "
has exerted has per- nity Program Inc. will add with pre-school children. J
vaded the entire school at- the first VISTA members to The volunteers will vend '
several Holiday gifts made in the Occupational Therapy department of United Cerebral
His its operations on november days familiarizing
cern mosphere.for all students genuine has con-cre- themselves with EOPI operations Palsy of Miami will be shown at the first annual fund raising fashion show and "

ated a feeling that Miami 15.Five of ten volunteers In and Dade County as luncheon for UCP of Miami to be held Nov. 29 at the Fontainebleau Hotel, Mimi i

Jackson is truly 'The School Service To America, slatedto well as getting settled amongthe Beach. Left to right are Mrs. Esther Levitz, chairman of the event, Pamela Gibson,
that Cares'. Teachers and Join EOPI war on poverty poor with whom they will daughter of Agnes Gibson, 1365 NW 60th St., Miami and Attorney W. L. Adams, pre:
students implement this slogan operations, will arrive hereto work here. sident of the board( directors of UCP of Miami.
in their daily relation- work in various operations They were assigned to the ..... J.;. '
ships. The numerous curric- throughout Dade County EOPI at the request of EOPI
ulum changes to provide suc- maintained by the EOPI; Neighborhood Center Ad-
cess for all students despite they will be under the direc- visory Boards, who urgedthe
previous learning and behavioral -tion of Mrs. Betty Lou Bar- EOPI to sponsor the ad- OUR CLASSIFIED ADS I
difficulties have bieri, Community Action dition of ten of them to war

Program and Volunteer on poverty operations. BRING RESULTS I
... Services Director. 'ar I ti ,
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The five, who got their I
:..I:1f training at Atlanta Univer- ,
sity and will stay here for the
rest of their one-yearservice,
are !
mouth, Mich., who grad-
uated from the Universityof AT MODERATE RATES '

Michigan, who workedas
a waitress, lifeguard and CALLS
clerk and is interested In re-

creational leadership, sewIng ; L :
athletics and water safety u- : t +!
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Ralph Hergert 20, who
studied at the University.of
Chicago, worked In market
sales research_ and specializes RENTAL V ..
in languages. rN r
Kenneth Gilliam, 20,who j
111. Edward F. Aldrich, went to the University of AGENCY
33 degree. Grand master of +
Kentucky, worked as park ,I "
the M. W. Meridian Grand supervisor and Interior de- :
Lodge F.&A.A. Yak Rite' corator and Is interested Is
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Masons of Fla. & its Masonic sports and social work. Inc public is invitea to vINC J
Jurisdiction, Inc. Prince Hall Mark Zenobia, 19, who celebrate with the No. 1 PallBearers
Origin, returned Nov. 5th from studied at the University of Association of America PL 9-8733 : .:
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attending its 34th
Baltimore, Md. after Wisconsin, majored In liberal anniversary,
the 40th Triennial sessionof Sunday, Nov. 27, at Kelly's
the Most Worshipful National arts, worked .al con- Chapel Methodist Church,NW .................. : I
struction man, truck driver
Grand Lodge of Free 15th Ave. at 71st St.
and drum filler and specializes
and Accepted Ancient York in athletics. All members meet at the LARGEST PRIVATE-HOUSING RENTAL AND MANAGEMENT .
Community center, NW 14th
Brock Rite ,Masons.Natlonaf Grand Hon. Mathew Master. Mary Faria 19, and a Ave.,65th to 63rd St.at 1 p.m. ( AGENCY IN THE SOUTH, OPERATING IN DADE AND
school graduate who
This Order was established i n for the parade. BROWARD COUNTIES. Si
worked as a cashier and
1847. religious school teacher and Bro. C. H. Ross, 0. P. ---; -
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Miami's outstanding inter-racial observance of w- pw,4 ( t r +Q' X tj.l 71 p7twFr(' + j
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EQUAL OPPORTUNITY DAYYou #v1'.ntlnrd, eonacelw"'tr rp.tvtl tii.A!! vr drrrt:fh9eest eftn ,


are cordially invited by 4150 NW7A Ave.- PL 9-8733

GREATER MIAMI URBAN LEAGUE 14255 NW 22nd Avt., Opo-loeko-MU 8-0617 1163 NW 3rd Avt. FR 3-8416 1' 1 I

512 NW lit Ave. Hallandale. WA 7.2434 1675NW62nd St.0X62467

1019 NW6th St., Ft. Lauderdale JA 4-3357 4240NW27th At. -NE 5-3466

DINNER at Deauville Hotel, Miami Beach i p 17325 Homestead Avt. Ptrrlnt CE 5-3553 3801 Grand Avt. Grort. HI 5-1381 ::

1019 HamnondvilU Rd. Ponpono- 3-3235
Saturday, November 19, 6 :00 PM ;

HON. L. L. BROOKS, President

Guest Speaker: ROGER W. WILKINSNational I I GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager

.Dlrtelex. Community Relations Service CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public!! Relations Director

$6.50 cover Reservations : phone 377-3681
per '' If I oa to enjoy a bttttr lift, oihtrs nttt live bttttr too" L. L. Brooks
Dr. Gilbert L. Porter E.O.O. Chairman Mrs. Louis Glasser, President
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday. ., November 18., 1966 ,

t}! To Be Equalby


H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher Whitney M. Young Jr.

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor By Booker T. Hayes \ \ \ \\L
National Urban
WiLLIAM W. McBRIDE City Editor I Executive Director League

STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor The results of the general election are now a mat- -
Next January when Congress convenes, the roll call
Member of the National Nowipapor Publishers Association ter record. One clear indication revealed by the resultsis of new Senators will be made and they will step forwardto
that our state is greatly divided. Divided in its mood, take the oath of office. When the name of the Junior
SUBSCRIPTION RATES its ideas and its The larger or more populace is called
progress. Senator from Massachusetts history will)) be made,
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 areas are definitely more liberal. They show greater for Edward W. Brooks will become, the first Negro to

acceptance of the national effort than the rural or sit in the upper house since Reconstruction.This .
Enttra a> Second Clan Mortar, August 9, 1927 at the Post less populated regions The backlash, until the ,election is an inspiring outcome of last week's election.

Office at Miami Florida, under the act of March 8. 1876 a mere speculation,has emerged as a threat worthyof Senator-elect Brooks takes his place with other talented

Office ..t 6740 NW 15th Avenue Phone OX 1-0421 serious consideration, not only in our own state, but Negro citizens who have attained high government positions
in the past year. Robert Weaver became the first
throughout the country. Negro cabinet officer and Andrew Brimmer became thefirst
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" The backlash, as many would have you believe is Negro governor of the Important Federal Reserve Sys

The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best (lead not the result of any one action. Stokely Carmichaeland tem. At last America is tapping the vast pool of capable
the world from racial and national antagonism when it accords the phrase "black power" are not solely responsible Negroes for Important posts in our government
to every man regardless of roco, creed or color his for its inception. is the result of many grievances The election of Mr. Brooks is especially important
human and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man-thi having come together and created a bond between the because Massachusetts has a Negro population of bare-
Negro Press strive to help man In the firm belief that
all man ore hurt as long os anyone ovary Is hold back. various factions within our society. Strangely enoughthe ly 3 percent a politically insignificant number. It shows
backlash does not consist of whites alone but that the voters of that state judged men and issues and
did not allow prejudice or radsm to affect their judgment
also. unable to accept change. Ne-
RELIGIOUS CONGRESSThe Negroes Negroes I hope too, it will put to rest the well-publicized issue of
groes who feel as others, that American involvementin white backlash.

Methodist Council of Bishops has called for a Viet Nam is unfounded. Negroes who feel the pace While it is true that racism is rampant in the nation,
religious congress on Viet Nam. The call will be madeto to which they are having to adjust is too fast. Negroes and it reared its ugly head in some o( the electoral contests

Pope Paul VI at Vatican City and other world Chris- who have become contented with conditions as they around the country, it is not as important as some com-
tian leaders. exist. mentators made it out to be. Most Americans voted their

Bishop James Matthews of Boston hopes the meet- The whites having contributed to the movement intelligence in 1966, not their prejudices.
ing could be held before January 1 in some Asian city- represents varying schools of thought. Some are unvol- Certainly some of the new Governors and Congressmen -

Tokyo or Rangoon. It is suggested that U.N. Secretary ved because of the racial issue, others because of owe their elections to white resistance to further Negro
General Jhant renew his suspended search for a Viet their disapproval of the present administration. Some progress, but taken as a whole, the pattern which emerges
from the election is that backlash did not play the decisive -
because of the war, and still others who believe it is
role that so many expected, they were beaten by
peace.The plan has been approved by more than 60 11.S:. wise now and then to make a change. These grievances, moderate men who will continue to support equality for
and overseas bishops. despite the issue creates in time what is commonly Negro citizens.In .

The Council of Bishops met in Chicago followinga known as rebel. When society has produced enough some races in which candidates were noted for strong

Methodist General Conference which took the historic rebels the end result is a change. As if to verifythis segregationist stands, they were beaten. In Maryland a

step of approving a merger with the Evangelical United analysis, during the Kirk-High campaign I noticed that Democrat whose chief claim to fame was his outspoken

Brethren Church.If most of the cars bearing Kirk stickers also borethe opposition to desegregation in housing lost Arkansas
the merger is consumated, it will take place in rebel insignia.The Governor Faubus will be replaced by the progressive
Rockefeller who defeated James D. Johnson
1968. results of the election produced clear evidence Winthrop ,
a candidate who had strong support from the Ku Klux
that the present state of affairs in south Florida is in Klan.

line with the thinking of the majority in the area and a
LEGISLATURE ORGANIZES In some contests, won by candidates considered by manyto
very decisive majority I might add. When I try to deter- be anti-civil rights, it would be a mistake to judge the
Florida Legislators organized on Tuesday and mine the causes that would make one are a of the stateso results solely on that issue. California is a case in point.
made known to Governor Kirk that next year's assem- far advanced over another, I come up with some very Ronald Reagan's victory there is due to many local issuesas
bly will be more independent of executive leadership sound conclusions. (1) The inroads to integration have well as the desire of the electorate for new faces. In

than heretofore. There are, 48 senators and 117 repre- disproved the belief that all Negroes are violent. (2) New York City the Civilian Review Board was beatenin
sentatives sworn in. They elected their leaders and referendum. would be credit
a Here too, it too glib to
The associations brought on by our acceptance of the
received positions of committee assignments.Verle backlash with its defeat The real issue of impartial civilian
Civil Rights Act has allowed each side the
Pope of St. Augustine was elected presi- review of complaints against the actions of some
tunity to re-evaluate on a more intelligent basis. (3) In
lost in the of fear which
dent of the 1967 senate; Rep. Ralph Turlington of was costly campaign
any area where the intellectural ration surpasses the was launched against the Board. This is further proof
Gainesville, Speaker of the House Senator
; Dempsy percentage of illiterates, time spent on trival mattersis that this type of legislation (California's referendum on
Baron of Panama City, President Pro Tern; Rep. James considered time wasted. These are but three o f housing discrimination in 1964 is another) should not
L. Walker of Collier County,/Speaker Pro Tem. the conclusions I have reached* I offer them because be left to'pop referendum.. Basic rights ,of individuals
In the group sworn in were 22 representatives from they are apart from.the everyday reasons usually given should 'not be left to popular appeals and emotional elec
Dfde County and nine senators shared by Dade and based on our economy. tioneering.But
Monroe counties. the pattern which emerges from the election is

Republicans have 11 senators and 26 represen- hopeful. Racism crawled out of the woodwork in 1964

tatives. and was soundly trounced. 1966 offered a repeat performance
; a victory for good sense and responsible cit-
WANTED TO, KILL 40 LET'S TALK POLITICS izenship. I hope that the "backlash" issue has finally been
laid to rest with this demonstration that the majority of
"Every unpunished murder takes away something Americans
are too intelligent to respond to racist appeals.One .
from the security of every man's life." Daniel Web- By NORMAN E JONES cause for concern however, is the defeat of many

ster. candidates pledged to support of"Great Society"measures.

I Crime and more crime seems to be the order of the POST ELECTION ANALYSIS Some of the new Congressmen will be less enthusiastic about
It's that of these domestic spending for improved housing and education,
day certainly regrettable some tragedies -
must be given publicity; but this must be done, if Black Power is the resentment otthe One-Party System. and cities.legislation I to help solve the problems besetting our
hope they will
that these prob-
not This column has been plugging for the development ofa grave
conditions might be worse. lems
strong two-party in Florida for remain, scarring our national life, and only bold,
| In Arizona, Robert Smith, an 18-year-old youngster seems a reality. We have been warning some that time this and now it massive federal measures can solve them. This, like our
accused of slaughtering five ,persons in a beauty sa- year that such a trend would begin and that was Florida the foreign policy, should be non-partisan. The well-being of
lola, claims he did it so"he could get himself name.. He would have a Republican governor for the first time in millions of Americans, and the survival of our cities,
wanted to kill 40. 90 years. demand that Congress act decisively.Reopporfonmenf.

| His family had hired a private psychiatrist to give As per usual Negro politicians were caught very short
hifti immediate psychiatric care and treatment. His attorney and are left with wounded egos as they backed the loser
claimed and sought to enter pleas of innocence again, having picked a succession of losers since Leroy
to live counts of murder and two of assault with dead- Collins scored a first primary victory.We And
Iwweapon. predicted the extreme vulnerability of the State

[ The Justice of the Peace refused to accept the Democratic Party for many years and any well financed
Republican candidate could have beaten
pleas.E A preliminary hearing will take place on Dec. 15. Leroy candidate Collins.for governor, with the possible any exceptionof Democratic The Negro In FloridaBy

Broward County's Sheriff Allen B. Mitchell, who HIGH

has been suspended on charges of misconduct in of- apportion simply investi-
Kelly blamed the Democratic Party in Florida,Governor uals are promoting
fice, now must answer to six counts of knowingly, willingly Burns and President Johnson for the victory of Kirk means to divide and distribute gation on corruption in our
and corruptly allowing 'gambling to exist in the' High, when in reality the defeat of Bob High is directly over equally.)) Then if this is city and I feel that the Issue
county from January 1961 to March 1966. blamed to Scott Kelly. true, if the state legislature of "Negroeswithout rep-

jj Three lawyers are defending the 62-year-old she riff, Kelly cannot blame the Democratic Party in Florida would apportion equally,the resentation in Florida" is
as he "took over" the party this year, putting his own ceive Negro population would re- just as vital to our city and
'. handpicked chairman in, so whatever failure is laid to some type of represen- state as curruption.
TOO BAD the Democratic Party is a Scott Kelly failure. tation in Florida. Apportionment -

1 News from Adana, Turkey, tells of 6,000 angry Certainly Scott Kelly cannot blame Burns, after all in for Florida is geared The only time you get results in-
those who are
Individualswho from
didn't he help hustle people
Turks smashing U. S. buildings and cars in a demonstration High Burns out of the Governor's have is
mansion, and blaming President money to support fluential in government
that lynched eight American Airmen. is the most their
nearly ridiculous of all, unless of course he gives candidacy.What when the masses or peoplein
Police set up barricades and fought the rioters in the credit for High winning the Demo primary.Bobby Kennedy can the residentsof general speak out. I urge

the streets, arresting 35 of the demonstrators. They Here are the basic causes of Bob High's defeat, which Dade County do in or- you to write these individualsI
took eight American Airmen into custody. All the Ame- was under lhecontrolof IIIgh and his"campaign der to secure representation have mentioned above and
ricans were Negroes. KeJIy manager"Scott for the Negro? Residents ask your friends to write

The Turks accused them of behoving improperly 1. The dropping of his winning theme "The Issue is should write the Miami Her- also.
toward the women.MERCHANTS. Integ rity." ald, attention Mr. Don Shoe- Various methods have
2. The humiliating "crawling on his knees" maker, and Bill Baggs, MIami been employed in order to
Governor Burns for support. begging' News Ralph Renick determine representation in a

3. Scott Kelly taking over High's campaign WTVJ, and the Miami Dade legislature. The legislature
I level, replacing the loosely organized but highly dedicated on every Chamber of Commerce. Ask should employ amethod that
I WHO ADVERTISE IN THE "High Team" which beat Kelly out in the rust these individuals to use their would grant representationto
I MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY for his own "professional, but losing political primary team.: media to condition the people the Negro. There are
of Individuals
4. High neglect of the larger counties which Florida that we need many matured
III APPRECIATE DOING BUS INESS WITH YOU the base of his support, to campaign In the rural provided diversity in government and in the state who will vote
4 THEY ARE COURTEOUS DEPENDABLE Florida counties, more than the number of potential voters that the Negro should n for a Negro. However, there
that the
Justified. should have a are more immature
PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM! 5. High's utter neglect of the "Negro bloc", which had place in our state and local who will not vote for a Ne
formed the solid base 'of ,support for all of his previous government so as to voice gro. Therefore, I make my
campaigns. their pros and cons on var- plea again, bring pressure
ltostsrassrsUUUUI.sritssastissatrrlttta rt'rrf r .I rrrrrsr ious issues. These individ- where results will follow. .
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MIAMI TIMES Friday, November 18, 1966 5



delightful musical I
will be presented ,at r fl i
the NW Center YWCA, 5100 ,
NW 21st Avenue by the area .
committee. It will be presen- ,
Here from Detroit is Leona Barnes who is visiting ted at Tea Time from 4 until jf
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James of 7228 NW 17th 6 PJIU In the activity building. .
A special rendition of TeaTime ,

Winners of the Mad Hat show Music will be featuredby u1
sponsored by the Vic- Miami Northwestern, and t
toria Ward Chapter No. 86 Order of the Eastern Star Miami Jackson High schools.
were Emma Lou Ward's "Christmas Eve Treat" (first The focal point of the' fj

prize) and "Sooner Than You Thank," (second prize) program will be a special tribute 4 h I
modeled by Rose Farrington and La Yvonne Farrington. to our newest life mem-
Mrs. Irene Pratt's"A vegetable Garden" (third prize) bers, Mrs. Charles Patch,Mrs.
Oscar Edwards. These ladies
was modeled by Lonnie white.
will be congratulated by Mrs.

It's a pink bundle of D. Richardson, ,membership
joy for Fred and Barbara chairman.

Holland, Pamela Denise, 6 lbs. 7 oz. Congratulations! Each Y member is requested vt"f e .. 3E
to bring a new member to ."
Men's Day Sunday, Nov. 20 at Greater Bethel AME the YWCA, as an effort to accuire -
Church. Wilbur Ellison is chairman of the day. Percy a wider margin of in- E
Sharpe, choir director plans a musical treat for the day. clusiveness in ourcommunity.As .
we conclude our World

Out-of-town guests who are in Miami to attend the Fellowship week, let us not
funeral of a pioneer citizen, Mr. Chester Trapp are Mrs. forget to encourage and include -
our own community.
Mary Macon, Tampa.Mrs.; Laura Brown, Bradenton; Mr. Remember we can work
and Mrs. Otis Fagan, Mr. and Mrs. James Dozier and more effectively for a better
Mr. and Mrs. James Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. John Trapp neighborhood, city and coun-Cooperative Club Celebrates 18th AnniversaryThe I

and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miles, West Palm Beach, Fla. try bv the teamwork with--- our--
local agencies. Cooperative Club celebrated show was something differentand voted on some of its charitable -
The Charmettes, Sadie Hawkin's Day Dance is Fri- Miss Georgia McMahon is its 18th Anniversary would be appropriate for commitments. A $50
day, Nov. 18. at the Knight Beat. Alexine Delancey is chairman of NW membership Sunday, Oct. 30 at the Con- the pre-Halloween date.It check to NAACP on life
the president.Get committee. tinental Club, NW 7th Ave. was said to be the most membership, check to a can-
at 60th St. It was a big suc- colorful attraction of the sea-, cer patient, holiday baskets
well wishes to Hilvin Harris, David Clark, son. The beautifully dressed for needy children and other
Leo McDonald at Jackson; Leon Armstrong at Veterans; -- -. cess.The members of the club members served as hostess. things.
Marian Dean and Louise Shipp at home; Serita Ford at >1- f ---fl'1 would like to express their Next regular meeting will
i. members of the club be held at the home of Mrs.
Mt. Sinai. ) 'I thanks to the 500 or more All .
"'J wonderful and beautifully were dressed in most beautiful Lata Bush, 1144 NW 49th St.,
Anna Wimberly and 1 dressed guests who supported formal attire. All were at Tuesday night, Nov. 22nd.
Allison vacationed
their show and a special thank,. their best when they were Meeting of importance, discussion -
Dublin Ga. with
relatives and friends. you to the 20 various clubs asked to come on the stage of Xmas party.
which space will not permitme individually. Mrs. Lucille Members shown left to right
The Southern Singers will be the guest choir on to name. They were so West, who served as M.C. for are Mesdames Roberta Mc-
the Protestant Hour, Sunday, Nov. 20 at 10 a.m. Channel very cooperative. the group, was at her very Dowell, Bertha McKeever,
10. Mr. Ulysses Morris is director. There was a spectacular best.The chaplain; Justine Jordan, recording -
Island show act. The coopera- club held its busi- secretary; Mildred
Ethmore Seymour, Carolyn Stubbs and daughter, r tive club members along with ness meeting Tuesday night Wright, financial secretary;
'the management of Continental at the home of Mrs. Zell a Vivian Gardner, business
Jackie spent a delightful two weeks vacation in Miamias
decided that an Island Brown, 1736 N\V( 62nd St., and manager; Rose Tucker, treasurer
guests of their aunts and uncles, Carrie and Frank
Mattie Harris
; reporter;
Dawkins and Asquith and Thelma McDonald. Flossie Jenkins, Janett Bat-

A ten, sick comm. treasurer;
Opportunity Day is set for Friday, Nov. 18, 9:30: TEN BEST DRESSED Lindsey; Vivian Long; Vera Loliti s Spears, social chairman
a.m. to noon, for the women of our community to learn rMr WOMEN TO BE Johnson; Joycelyn Knowles ; ; Zella Brown, vice pre-
more about continuing Education for Women, at the Uni- Wylemere Marshall; Andell sident and Elizabeth Johnson
versity of Miami Koubek Center, 2705 SW 3rd Street. and Mrs. George Kelly SELECTED FRIDAYThe Mickens; Mary .,E. Richard; is president.
The five sponsoring organizations, Barry College, announce the engagement of Episcopal Beatrice Richardson; Iris Members not shown are
Dade County Board of Public Instruction, Fla. Atlan- their daughter, Sandra A., to of the Church- Shirley; Ann Thomas; Willie Mesdames Louise Fisher;
Mr. Clinton E. Roberts, grandson women Transfiguration ,
Lotla Bush and Loutish t
Williams and
.University, Miami-Dade Junior College and the Uni- is Young.
of Mr.. and Mrs. James sponsoring "Fashions For Wilson. '
versity of Miami will provide a comprehensive program, Matthews. The wedding will Milady" and the presentationof J
aimed at encouraging women of all ages to continue take place in February. Dade County's Ten Best
their education at all levels. Dressed Women-1966-67 at
the Police Benevolent Asso-

Seaman Second Class Melvin and Betty Ashley and ciation Auditorium, 15100 NW Clover Social CIb
their three children, Twala, Melvin Jr., and Stevie returned 27th Ave., Opa-locka, Friday,
SPECIAL NOTICESocial Nov. 18, 9 p.m. will be cli-
to China Lake Naval Base at Rickcrest, Cali-
maxed a dance. You will
fornia. They were in the city to attend the funeral of Security offices in be dancing to the tunes of
Betty's brother, Lenton C. Moore, Jr. Miami, North Miami and Hialeah the famous Billie Rolle aid
will not be open for his orchestra.
Maudretha Bain has returned to Nassau after an business WednesdayNov. 23, The popularly known
enjoyable stay in our city. because of the Thanksgiving China Valles of WMBM radio
holiday. station will be one of the
The O'Neal Fashionetters will present a Fashion featured models.
MIAMI COUNCIL OF time is here
The tonightthe r
Review, Sunday, Nov. 27, 8:30: p.m. at the Sir John doors will for ten f
Knight Beat. Mrs. Asquith (Thelma) McDonald will be NEGRO WOMENThe women to become open Dade's Ten
the fashion commentator for the evening. Greater Miami Council Best Dressed Women. Theseare 1 fr I ialM'',

of Negro Women will special your nominees, come and j '\
Hope you took time out to attend WICS open houseon guests at the New Covenant see which ten will become "V31
Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in.apt. 2, 1931 NW Presbyterian Church, Sunday, your Ten Best Dressed Wo-
4th Ct. for Job Corps graduates and applicants. Nov. 20. Mrs. Henrine W. men: ftraldine Arrington,
Banks of Bethune Cookman
Louise S. Bradley; Yvonne al
College and regional direc-
Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Farley (Lydia) Brassfield; Icna Bucholtz; '
tor of the National Council, ANNIVERSARY DANCE-SHOW
Ann Glover Alice Harrison -
Mary ;
Neasman on the birth of a son. Lydia is supervisor of will be speaker. Service 11
Day Care services for children at JESCA! a.m. to 12 noon. All women Humphrey; Eleanor, Rocella Howard Leverity; Grace; Wednesday, Nov. 23 Thanksgiving Eve. ,"I

are urged to be present. Ruby Lewis; ThomasenaMr. 11 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Orchids to the Sigma Omicron Chapter of Alpha '
Chi Pi Omega sorority for seventeen years of serviceto James Club Donation $1.50 'I

JESCA Day Care Center No. 1 at Liberty Square. Mrs. st.1
Emily Ross is basileus. and Mrs. James (Venda Rei) Gibson of
Petersburg spent the weekend in Miami/ with relativesand
Wedding Bells will ring for Mattie Lou Stewart and friends.Mrs. '!

Mr. Joseph Bridges, Jr. on sunday, Nov. 20 at 3 p.m.
Antioch Baptist Church. Mattie Lou is the daughter of David (Gussie) Dobbs journeyed to Jacksonville -
Mr. Matthew Stewart. Joseph is the son of Mr. and Mrs. on Friday to represent the Miami Links at the inception 2 Locations to Serve Y oulDugie's !
Eneath Luceal's is the featured modiste. of a Jacksonville chapter.

Annual Fall Festival at Corpus Christie Catholic Did you read the featured story on Warren WeltersIII
Church, NW 32nd St. and 7th Ave. No. 25. in the "Voice" (Catholic Weekly) told about his

musical capabilities. Warren is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Paradise
Belated birthday greetings to a grand old lady, Warren (Gwen) Welters, II.
Mrs. Marie Farrington who celebrated her 92nd birthdaylast

Friday.St. Mattie D. Simpson sends a big thank you to her 2966 NW 47th St. 633-9995

friends and wants them to know she's up and out again. AND
Agnes Episcopal Churchwomen will sponsor

their annual Calendar Tea on sunday, Nov. 20 atthe Sincere sympathy to these families in their loss of
Parrish Hall, 4 p.m. Mrs. Veronica Bynoe and Mrs. Mar- their loved ones: Seymour Trapp-Gause; Walton; Ste- Dugies Guest House

jorie W ake are chairmen. wart; Brown-Harte, Lee, Thompson-Stirrup, Wilcox;
Johnson; Forbes and Wallace. 2941 NW.47th St. 634-3851
More than 100 Greater Miami organizations are ex- "
in the 11th annual Thanksgiving
pected to participate PROGRAM DATE LINES:
Rededication of Colors Ceremony Nov. 20 at Miami There are no better rooms on earth, than the
Baseball Stadium. The public is invited to the patriotic Nov. 19 Girl Scout Western Round-Up, Manor Park rooms you will find at DUGIE'S PARADISE.
program sponsored by the Coral Gables chapter, Mili- Nov. 24 Thanksgiving Day

tary Order of the World Wars. Seeing is believing. The accommodations

THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: you'll receive, you will find only in this .
World Fellowship Week was observed No. 13-19.
Have paid your membership fee. O praise the Lord, for It is ,a good thing to sing brother.
you praises unto our God; yea, a joyful and pleasant thing
President Alice Harrison was hostess to the MRS it is to be thankful. Jamaica !Jug ., Always, Friend.THE ..

club on aturday.!" Psalm 147:1

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I; 6 flkDFcus to. -THPUIAUITIMES.j; :::::::::: Ftidoy..NoTtmb'"'181966.1ffflWAWateIc- ';"" Family Be ;Honored' Of The SaturdayThe Year To. ''I

Greater Miami Urban community that with "equai
1.-..I ftiriMimiiiiiiiiiiiiumiiiiiiiniiiiimiiHi3y r --- buiuu up ley: eu masse,"!t will League's annual Equal Op- opportunity" for education
New York Going! In- have a devastating effect on portunity Day Dinner will beheld training and employment'special
Gwendolyn Loverne Ross to bankruptcy Is a more effective the nation's economy." on Saturday,November incentives are present
method of demonstrating Legal experts, however, 19, at six o'clock In the eve for Negro youth "to stay |In
SCHOOL SCOOPS for civil rights than caution that petitioners standto ning at the Deauville HotelIn school," to achieve and to
In observance of Veterans' Day, the third grade class of marches, sit-ins and boycotts, lose everything they own Miami Beach. develop their full potentlaL
Frank C. Martin Elementary School invited Sargeant Negroes will be told at the except paid-for furniture, Equal Opportunity Dayis 4. To provide special recog
John States Muncy and Specialist, Willie Wromas of the United forthcoming Black Power clothing and personal items, a day set apart each year nltton to the parents of a
carried Army Forces to demonstrate the various equipment conference In Washington. and, 'unless the dischargeddebts by the National Urban giving Negro family for their
by soldiers
on missions. to focus attention personal sacrifices
are ultimately paid League frustra
The third graders and their second and fourth grade According to The In- they cannot get credit. throughout the United Stateson tlons, and convictions which
guests were shown ponchos, parachute, and tents i sider's Newsletter, civil
guns Julian R. Dugas, a worker positive efforts to Insure have helped to improve the
by these members of the Green Beret Another demonstration 1 rights worker Julius Hobson and treatment of image and
for the povertyprogram'sNeighborhood fair equal respect
is planned for the idea at the among
students will
who missed this propose
Negro citizens
The Legal Ser- all citizens, regardless in he com
demonstration to be presidedover
was quite an educational exper- commented "Wedon't color religion or na- munity.
vices, : race, ,
ience for the and it will bu Adam Clayton Powell -
group long be remembered by them. <
and to remind In order to be
think much of obson'sprop08aL tional origin; able to .
Delegates from the Mays High School chapter of the (D-N.Y.). appoint
People have to be very Americans from all walks of the Famlly-oC-the-Year.
Future Homemakers of America (FHA) attended the District Hobson claims, "The careful about using the Bank- life that the greatness of our over 150 questionnaires
Nine meeting on November 12, at Fort Lauderdale. great benefits of the nation's Bank- ruptcy Law. If It is misused country rests upon the prin- have been mailed to ministers -
Law to the
Mays High was also represented at the Dade County ruptcy and fraud is proved, Itcould ciple ofequalopportunityforall. of churches and school
almost -
to be un
Social Studies Senate Council which met November poor appear
all get a lot of people into a principals to help secure the
adds that if
known. He
12, at Coral Gables School Jewel and
High by Armstrong of the
Indebted into lot of trouble. On the occasion required Information. The
Beverley Jackson. Jewel elected the council's Negroes go
was secre- eighth annual observance of public in general hereby

tary. SSSSSS . Se S this special Award Dinner, Invited to assist and to send
PROTECT YOU FURNITURE the Family-ofthe-year A- in nominations qualifying
Activities at Palmetto School November
High during WITHOUT HIDING. ITS BEAUTY ward will be presented to the families to the Greater Ml
6 thru 10 selection of 10 Home-
were highlighted by:
CUSTOM MADE ITt most outstanding Negro ami Urban League Office at
coming prlncesses.The will be selected from the senior
queen FURNITURE family and two citations to 395 N.W. 1st Street, Miami,
princesses fo reign over the festivities. PLASTIC
the next two Florida (Tel. .
runnersup.The 3773681))
24 tapees were inducted Into the National Honor Society SLIP COVERS
purpose of the awardare
with a candlelight
. S .ceremony.. S . S .. eiVITAl CUAI rIll : A panel of judges,consistIng -
Social Notes .IONS IASTIMS 1. To emphasize the res-' of the Rev. Edward
Memberscof the Miami Chapter of The National Coun- IRIITAN7PULLS A ponsibilities of parents in the Graham (chairman), Mrs.
cil of Negro Women, Mrs. Lucy Matthews and Mrs.Johnnie .YAIANTU/ .r'ww yr;rM pw guidance process to'help Hubert Gill,Mrs.Anna Brenner .
II&MI.1IJMa- mold qualities of initiative, Meyers, Mr. John B.
Parris, left on November 9th- with the council's ...
,'... morals and Orr, Jr., and the Re.v. Thed
new project manager, Mrs. Gracie Miller, to attend the ..nl'AlI' ,TAIIMI.W1 perseverance I
convention .of the National Council of Negro Women, 51,515 Ill 'I"'ATII' spiritual values in youth. ford Johnson, will determinein
in Washington D.C., at the Sheraton Park Hotel. iii=.. SPECIALIZING tAu 2. To show that Negro he week previous to the
Mrs. Lewis, as project manager, was appointed to .IIITTII.. IN PLASTIC IN14NT families and children with dinner which family they feel
direct the federally founded project, "New Directions in EXCLUSIVELY BLIP COVERS similar social and economic best meets the items establish
Volunteer Service". fHONI disadvantages whould'not Ing the criteria. The winning
153,000 dollars was granted to the council to plan Rouse of Gretehen 314.5082 consider these as handicaps family will be present at the
and implement pilot studies, on developing roles for vo- which cannot be overcome. Equal Opportunity Day Din
lunteers at the local level. Formerly Gretchen-NichoUt Plastic Covers 3. To set an example for the nero to receive the Award.

Minneapolis, Minnesota, Danville, Virginia, and Miami _
were the three cities chosen to make these studies.
Their selection was based on the availibility of local leadership
to steer the project.
: V4
Mrs. Charles Williams (Mayme) represented thechapter A 1
president Mrs. Elizabeth Collins, at the meeting. She was ]
to relate the role of this project to those existing in Miami.
Local women are invited to attend mass meeting of the
Miami chapter on November 22, at 8 pm. The place will

be announced. later.. **. **** J Jt jtk (W r1& oJ1 d1ot.

Book lovers are invited to attend the annual Book Review .
and Harvest Tea, given by the Richmond Heights

Women's Club, on November .20,- beginning at. ,4 pm.. at .
Tots' Town Kindergarten.

The reviewer will be, Mr. Carl Rhetta, Coordinator .
of the Adult Education program Mays. 4 LrLctL1dtLtaLLL1flk

235-0622.For further Information call Mrs. Ethel Brownat .lJur-i!

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Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Shootes (Harriet M.) and ,
their three children recently returned from a birthdayvisit l,
to his sister at Lakeland, Florida. f3
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Inside Our ChurchesTea
Anyone Your attepdance Is requested at a Silver I

Offering Tea at Second Baptist Church on' November I
27, beginning promptly at 3:30 p.m. _
Guest speaker for the affair will be Father Gibson of
Christ Episcopal Church in Coconut Grove. -
Usher Boar Number One Is sponsoring the tea.
* 555 J-J&
.,Martin Memorial Church will honor their pastor, Dr. ; I .
R. H. Johnson, on Appreciation Night, on November" ,
21, at 8pm.Miami .

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Last week we made mention of someof the Dade County <.
Courts, and discussed briefly their main functions. In today's .,\
column, we shall continue witH 'discussions of courts and 1"
A ll other agencies dealing with legal and other matters of public
BY DAVE BONDU w interest.

The Juvenile Court and Domestic Relations Court at
---' 800 N.W. 28th Street, Miami, as the name Implies, deals
"Negroes will M
buy anything Usually when some guy with matters of children and their parents; such as child .
comes along with a bright idea on how to make some custody, dependent children (those who are not being Ir
money, his first thought is to sell it to a Negro. and properly treated or cared for), delinquent children (those
we do buy! Last Sunday night, Mayme and I made the children who have misbehaved or breached thelawfatherswho
rounds of a few night clubs, namely: The Knight Beat fail to support, and other similar problems,
Frank Duboise and his band; then to the James The United States District Court, in the Post Office
Club, where Jack Corbett has Frank Williams and his Building at 300 Northeast 1st Avenue, Miami, handles ,.
good sounding 9 piece band; then to the Double Deck many of the trials and proceedings Involving Federal Juris- '
Bar with its Parisian Room and here is where I got sick! diction. There are many other Federal agencies located in
Here is what is happening: Sing-O-Teck, the Dade County 1K.' t .
that new gimmick handling the numerous matters which are << '.
is sweeping the Negro dubs Here is how it works subject to Federal Jurisdiction, such as the Bankruptcy .
You get a table and order your booze. then comes Court and the Labor Department.
the show. Recorded music with some of our local enter- On the state and local level, some of the agencies. of
tainers doing the vocals with this music as their background. interest to the community are as follows;
Have you any idea what this is doing to the Negro musician ((1) The Dade County Building and Zoning Department
? It is putting them out of work! The guy who has which includes the Minimum Housing Division, deals with
been playing in these clubs for your entertainment all matters concerning building and zoning, violations of their Western Union Telegraph Company recently intro-
of his adult life (and most cannot do any other type rules and regulations and minimum standards for housing. duced MELODYGRAM, a new and unique social greet
of work) is finding it "hard put".. to feed his family_and, This department is located in the Metro Justice Building. ing which combines personalized telegraphic message,
pay his rent Already, three of me local dubs have aing- it\,-, The Dade I".n..nh"" ""'..J'u. u_uu, u.rv;par i UII_ft UI_A, IUUlUU i__A-J 11'-' a recorded song, and a deluxe greeting card. It is now
O-Teck: The Island Club;The Continental and The Double :1350 N.W. 14th Street, has many and ,various functionsand available throughout the country. There are ten dif
Deck. This means that there are at l least 18 musicians duties, Including I to certain degrees, ,health care to ferent< MELODYGRAMS, each featuring a song with ly
out of work. The owners of said clubs do 'individuals and involvement
not care a hoot matters affecting the individual rics appropriate for a special occasion and
about foe Negro, who has worked for him at low salaries, and public health. There is also a local branch of WU's vocal sung by
and he is Just selfish enough to wait for you to come in 'the State Board of Health. new discovery, John Gorman, the "Melody
and spend your hard earned money. That is where the (3) The State and County Welfare Departments both Man" The records are played at the conventional
thought comes from that "Negroes will buy anything". l have local offices and concern themselves with the welfare _speed of 33 1/3 RPMs. They can be treasured forever
The equipment for Sing-O-Teck costs the owner $5,000.00 problems of the community.
(this was told to me by an owner). The owner is told how (4) Generally, Municipal police arc contacted regardIng -
much money he can ,save by not hiring musicians, and police matters occurring within the community city limits,
that the owner has problem, worrying about the musician and the Sheriffs Department In the unincorporated areas. ,t'" '
being late or not showing up for work. All the owner has The State Attorneys office handles criminal investigation
to do Is hire the singers and dancers and they can workto and prosecution.The At
the records. It is true that the owner can save money Public Defenders' office represents QUALIFIED
and I ,can show you how: $5,000 for the Sing-O-Teck, persons charged with the more' serious crimes in the Criminal TMUiks'gfyire'salattta.
and let us say that the owner has a 5-piece band at $500 Court. They are located in the Metro Justice Building. Anew
per week for 10 weeks on a six-night a week basis, and program, involving VISTA personnel,attempts to assist
the owner has paid $5,000 plus what his show cost him, persons charged with crimes, in getting out with littleor ..
but after 10 weeks the Sing-O-Teck Is paid for. Now It no bonds. "',' '
Is Just a matter of getting the singer at $125 to, $200a I It is up to each individual to avail himself of community
week and it's clear sailing for the owner. But what about services and benefits; however, often it is difficult to learn i d '
the musicians and the singers? They do not get the $5,000 hand to proceed to acquire'these'rights. Hone has a private + d.,by;rt*E*$ 'fit d
'they soon die'of the wants and needs of their families. attorney, he should be contacted; if' not, contact other ;' LOCKAIIIC'LUB r .1101
As for the singers, they are (most of. them are not pro- qualified individuals, such as COurt"personnel, police officials .
fessionals) not gaining any recognition for whatever talent or other civic or governmental organizations, suchas """"""*"**V "V* !*!**' f*"* :,.
they may have, and do not have a chance to express their the E.O.P.I.Occasionally. 1 ,' At the Sir John.Knioht B ot" V
.. personalities with this "dead" music. Cal Roberts, a fine personnel of organizations tendencyto .
entertainer, said Mayme and I, "this is my last night I "pass the, buck." If you have. a particular problem,. 4a lj
here,*! don't dig It. It is not like working with' a live band, I If insist on a reasonable explanation. If necessary, go tqthc" FronV DuBoiseife .
| I.and a person cannot get a feeling to sing to a re<:ord." ( head of the department'Often a letter. will result in amore
;From where I sit, I dp nqt understand how the Musiciansnion I i satisfactory reply or action taken.than will a phone ial1Th
could .allotfk.a. thing*, Ukr-Ahis to TOpberktoourfl' ( t i t'{ lye, #
Negro musicians. (f continually sa$"Negr .rni3ek tarl,1>& <* .6:P 7(Widentalll. liasfwtoj-kr# in many areas w f lHlS? sHf ,
VAise it Is not happening across the tracks). Could it tflTUiat': they do not care about the happenings to their which are for the betterment of the individual and the } ..} 4, 'api% t"yM i'r t d "14VMtl a++
>fellow musicians. How can AGVA allow these singers to community. There are nine .((9), 'centers presently in.' t Ft r tna+al f8'SltMa $ r S jIr i
.take'part in such an operation? How can my people be I Dade County. '. 't : \ t I
so gullible as to pay to sit and listen to what is "pro- .
grammed" for them? Suppose you wanted to hear some what I've
"I'll tell
that 'I haven't got? Mr. Sodety: you -
special song that "belongs Just to you"?. Would the ma- got that you haven't got! I've, got a house full of furniture
chine play it so that favorite singer could sing it? '
your .
wardrobe of clothes Buick
a bank account; a good ; a Miml
Yet you are paying for entertainment that is supposedly red !..
Electra; and a pretty woman
beamed to YOU: I am not going to ask the Negro people! ..... ... ...
',:Ctq: stop' going to these places, because it is a free country, Our granddaughter, Tami, celebrated her 4th birthday, John Be !
and if you want to be "pushed around" you're paying for Saturday. Her party was quite nice. Who's getting old? TIC
ML I will, however, ask you to go to the places that have'"live" n.wasnerei .
., entertainment 'and musicians. You have'all heard
of the "White lash" and the "Black lash," now I am try1 1
ing to cause a "music lash" whereby these people will Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE N'J
have to employ our fellow human beings. Wake up, my
v our boys. let this phony
*'eenterteainmentstand down your throats, you will be "MR. JACK"FOB '..
I helping the old saying that "Negroes will buy anything." \
these records stu-
The few musicians who are cutting are
pidly accepting a recording "fee" and no royalties on Th. Wry Lt..t in Me.'. FaahU.. ; rTj
the number of times it is being played. Is he so far gone SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS f
that he will put himself and others out of work for a few ITALIAN SHOES944I ,
cents? This is where the Union should take a stand." I +fW 2nd Are. Miami, Florida
_ do not care how much money anyone would offer me,
I would never sell my people "down the river." Just for :
stand and show these people that
once, let's up together
"Negroes will not buy ANYTHING!" Pass the word, you .: I II
heah! Birdland of Ft. Lauderdale
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at the Knight Beat, and still thefunniestman in town.
Some place along the line, some record company is missingthe .,
boat. Papa Turner can make anybody laugh, he is
Just great ". Frank Williams, at the James Club, has
" a nice sound. You should dig it. are you with me to .'/
get the County Commissioners to open 12th Avenue at 72nd I .
Street (railroad crossing)? If you have to go to 74th { .
Street from 12th Avenue, you have to either go to 7th -.
Avenue or 17th Avenue. 12th Avenue is a street that runs
from Coral Gables right through to 79th Street, except for THE JAZZ LOUNGE QUEENS
that one spot. Now that we have moved across the tracks,
don't you think it should be opened? Let's get "Bondu's: Six Trio
Crossing" opened for our convenience. What say? (Joke, Big

project name, anyway).
... ... ...*. DUNN DRUMS
At the Royal Drive-In on 15th Avenue (we call it the ;
"soul house"). Mayme and I overheard two cab drivers PIANO RICHARD JOHNSONNo
who discussing, harshly, who was the better driver. Can a Scotch actually taste good?Ask the bom-and. *
One of these drivers works for Magic City and the other Door Charge Formely at Harbour Towers I bred Scotch drinkers. They've been smacking their

for Society Cab. Said Mr. Magic City Driver: "I was driv- 977 NW 17th Ave. Pent House Lounge I lips over John Begg for years. Suddenly this grand :
ing taxi when you were still In the country." Mr. Society: Yi block off Sunrise Blvd. "Man, I was born and bred in Miami,so I was here when peg a wee bit better than the best "
"I don't have to work, Phone 523-9129 for Reservations say i
You got here. Mr. Magic City: the (
still eat if don't never work." Mr. SocIety: poetic of their treasured John Begg,whose
man."WELL I ,can I have to work._ But that is why I've got more Come Enjoy an Evening taste gentle,and whose price light

than you have." Mr. Magic City: "Man, what you got ss rtoor.IMTMTEO IY JAMES M.MeCUM ft cat: "*..*Y..


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I"" THE MIAMI! TIMES, Friday, November;' 18, 1966 9

U.S. Air Force Offers ,.
Round AboutTalk

Nurses Many Opportunities 1

The registered nurse today tract a sufficient number of +
is probably more in demand nurses to maintain its nurses
... BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL than at any previous corps? ii it
time in history. Many hos-
WHAT'S NEW IN THE NATION Nov. 8, Massachu- pitals are taking advertise- Local Air Force recruit-
sett's (former state atty. general) Edward Brooke became ments in newspapers far re-. Sergeant Bill Randall states
UNE-0-TYPE the first Negro elected senator since reconstruction moved from their own area that the task Isn't easy but
days. Congrats to a great Negro Republican in order to attract nursesto then it never was."Themain t
The New Yorker's shock, was Republican Claude Kirk their staff. In fact, the problem," according to Sgt. k
ball ,"RINGfACH YEAR'S Orange Blossom Classic foot- beating out Miami's Democrat Mayor Robert King High nursing school graduate or1 Randall, "is letting nurses
game, 8 M ways ,a last minute mad rush for for Florida's the established registerednurse know exactly what the Air
tickets. governorship. First GOP
urge seems to follow the trend of "waiting for governor of today has a multi- Force can offer them. Manyof
the ;last minute" before of Florida in a century. No reason for panic
buying the the
priceless ducats. Then ple-city of, potential 'em- so called "new" bene-
the .day of the big clash finds everybodY.Jammlng the with the people's cooperation, Claude Kirk has great plouers to choose from thatis firs that nurses are being of-

ticket houses. This very same pattern seems to hold forth possibilities N.Y. Rep. Adam Clayton Powell probably unmatched in fered today by potential em-
during every blg-Ume attraction held hereabouts. Since swears revenge on Florida's Rep. Sam Gibbons for his any ot her profession.How ployers, the Air Force has
1947"' the inception year of Miami's first Classic, football attempt to degrade him Carol (Cookie) Cole (eldest then can an organ- offered for years... Many "
fans have cluttered the ticket agents for "choice seats" daughter of thelate Nat King Cole) married to Charles ization such as the United more, of course,are still only
pushed during their finalhours the of sales. Now the agent is then Simon, 25-year-old Jewish actor-artist? "JustifiaUe States Air Force hope to at- found In the Air Force.,"
against wall in avain
buyers. Why not use attempt to satisfy ticket action" was the ruled verdict for the killing of 40-year
some common sense?Get ticket
early 'so that you might get the seat, or seats your of your old ex-boxer Richard S. Hagan (Joe Louis ex-spar trainer
choice, thereby refraining from putting the "whammy" ) by white Chicago policeman Burleigh Ginkel over a Plead Guilty In

OH the poor unsuspecting ticket agent For your convenience traffic" ticket while his three kids looked on American

Economy,' Richmond Heights, Community, and justice seems to be going to the dogs. As a
Grand Drugs and North's Travel Bureau are ready} to pistol l expert and sharp shooter, in ,World War II, I know
serve you. So, if "you fall. to get a seat on or near the that every military man is trained to sop'an enemy by Schoolgirl Slaying
much-sought-after 50H, don't say I didn't warn you! shooting. without killing. Those trigger happy cops are

THE LITTLE RED hate breeders and something"must,be done.. -
BOOK: Jackson Memorial
will Hospital John Moore, 20, of 1486 Rather :than face another
soon revamp its Interior by decorating parcelsof NW 22nd jury on the murder
Ave. pleaded charge
guilty ,
its personnel with new-designed uniforms. Affected would FLORIDIANS NEW YORK Hattie Thomas, 348 W't Moore. decided
to manslaughter Monday i in Monday to
be nurses attendants,secretaries,orderlies and housekeepers. 118 St., N.Y.C. (formerly of Hollywood, Fla.) a lovely ,Circuit Court to avoid a new plead guilty to th|', leaser
The entire new outfits will find the group "all pretty" by Harlem hostess, heading home come December. Hattie trial on a first .degree murder charge. Judge Herin lecepted
the time April 1967 rolls around And Just for the will stop off in Tallahassee to'visit Mr. and Mrs.Allen charge. the plea.
sake of the records, JMH's personnel has been acclaimed Gary ( She's Everlyn of Orlando) after which they will The Liberty City youngster Miss Bethel, according to.
the best dressed hospital outfit in all Florida The motor to Orlando for family reunion with Emma Reed appeared before Judge Wil- court testimonywas standingin ._
Mays-BTW football turnout in Miami Stadium Nov. 4 and fanujy end then destination (Magic City) Miami. liam Herin for a trial granted the breezeway of. her' parents
under the klelgs, was the biggest Negro high school crowd Mitchell after appeal of an April cm- apartment in-'Opa-locka
in Florida history. Miami High-Coral Gables' grudge Butterfield returning to NY after the funeral oi' viction for the murder of 15- as a Liberty City gang was in
tilt last year would perhaps take all time first. Did the the late Kenneth Butterfield. Dedicating in memory to a year old Olivia Bethel, an pursuit of two rivals. ,
local rags tell you that Lloyd Mayfield, the Texan, is per- pal, "The Good Die Young." Larry (Tack) Pinder innocent bystander ina, gang Smith carried the furvvom
sonneJ,dlrector at Eastern Air Lines? (formerly of Miami's 20th St.)now residing at'926 Han- chase last March. which a stray blast struct the
cock St. Bklyn N.Y. No. 1 dedicates, Stevie Wonder's"A Moore's companion, Ozzie girl in the head andkilledher.Moore .
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Dr Irene G. Pratt, who's Place in the Sun" to his old buddy "Traz Powell"i I B. Smith, 19, of 1486 NW was alleged to have
seen 53 years of service in the Baptist Church, with 35 Mays High School sports main man Calvin Cam 54th St. pleaded guilty mid taken the weapon to the scene.
years service as District President of the Atlantic way through the proceedings.A .
Coast bridge still living in the upper Bronx at 2425 Williams-
later found
in Missionary her District Society- one, recently that reaches donated from Bibles Homestead to all churches the bridge Rd. staying away from the mainstream N or- guilty.jury
south to West Palm Beach on the north. And I might man Johnson living at 1685 Randell Ave.Bronx with his JAZZY1LLE NIGHTLY
inform you that Dr. Pratt has been appointed to the Ad- beautiful wife (former Birdie White) and running a truck- FAMU ALUMNI TO
visory Board of Florida Memorial and Industrial College, ing business with the help of his brother, Lewis. They MEETJoin THE
the 4-year Liberal Arts school which opens here In late send love to their sister Blonita Orr of Coconut Grove. IRA SULUVAN FOUR
'07. Due to a change in ownership of Club Continental, and support the local
The Charmettes, booked for an outing there, shifts Into MUSIC SURVEY AND TEEN TALK CHATTER King chapter of the FAMU Alumni AT THE
the Knight Beat Club Friday night with their annual Coleman (ex-Miami disc jockey) and mash potato dance Association. Meeting is every RANCHERBhcayne
Sadie Hawkins dance Yvonne third Saturday at the Roose-
Day Brown
king, is traveling with the Wilson Pickett show as M.C. Blvd.& 126th St.
Saint Agnes' choir oriole chose.Nassau her velt Savings and Loan at 7:30 .
as vacation .
where Sam and Dave the sensations with their 10 to 3 ... ,
spot this Fall. .. are, great p.m. For further information, a.
"You Don't Know Like I Know" and "Hold On I'm contact Robert Strapp, Oral fI I
SALT WATER TAFFY: County Manager Porter Homer Coming. There is Billy Stewart with "How Sweet it is" Allen or James Cash.Qktfj&WMnn&TAHiMI.

issued a statement which was granted by the County Com- James Carr, "You've Got My Mind Messed Up," TV Ma- Plvs the Alan Rock

mission (effective Oct. 1) which "granted to all county", ma (formerly with James Brown) with a "Whole Lot of Radio Show WMBM
employees a 10th annual holiday the employee's birthday.
and "Take All of Me" The Kelly Brothers and =
.It was the intention of the County Commissioners that Loving"
each employee should have this additional holiday as a day. the Mighty TNT Braggs. Wilson Pickett had a slight f 'I *
case of pneumonia last week but recovered in time to SJssjP
of rest and celebration with friends and relatives. .North ,
Dade Junior High's PTA and theAmerican Education Week bring the fans out in droves.Newark was a smash, Tren- JAZZ CONCERT SUNDAY
Committee held their annual "Back-To-School" night and ton was a smash and White Plains was a :laughter The j t Ciare to i'a.ndR" H.Jrftg :

Social Hour last Thursday night in the school's huge entire Wilson Pickett, Sam and Dave show will be in t7! :; $ ;'s :, THE THE'IRA DAVE SULLIVAN AKINS FOUR TRIO

aidit .Louis Jackson, who formerly taught elementaryat Jacksonville, Fla., Friday night, Nov. 18. The only stw.1d.'.... 1 tryryiur.' .lt.UOf I It NICK BONTEMPO
Holmes Elementary, after a three-year absence from local Florida appearance on this tour which will take them ASTfF AS1\fi'
school rooms, is now back in the system at Orchard Villa. t '* 1jii'J,4'ST
out to Texas, California and through 20 states. ,,,'I ,: ...fII1.t"f .

THE WEEK'S WASH Ada Deveaux, who did a bang '1 '1\.IaI8'' Tony Catttllano
-Bo Anderson hopes to be in Miami with the Sam and J"llfPywtfwtfHj.Vii'' Alan Rock, M. C.
up job as chairman of AKA Colorballoo,has been elevated ,
Dave Revue for Christmas time featuring their own female 5:30 to 1:00 a.m.
In the Health .
to a supervisory post County Department
.Pretty Josephine Austin and Cecil Watson will say the vocalist, Kim Tolliver and their big swinging,
"I DO" vows Sunday afternoon at one o'clock before Fr. band featuring 'such musician'' as James Tatum, sax; .-
Charles Cooper at St. Peter African Orthodox ChurchA .Bobby Rock, sax; Pete Carter, trumpet; Charles Wythe-

reception follows at the new home of the bride's grandparents worth, guitar; Lorenza Carnegie, sax; James Norris,

Mr. and Mrs. David Colebrook, Sr., 520 N.W. trumpet and Toby Wynn, bari-sax Bill Miller (Eva
42nd Street. .Girls, if you miss your hubbies for a coupleof Cookejs son) the boy wonder and leader of the "Four J
nights come sundown, they're not on a Lost Weekend 1STRIVE.IN
Vocal Sounds Group" trying to get Juanita Copas,
Check Daytona Beach, they might be dilly..After 24 yearsa singer-dancer to join their group. This is scoop Bethel THEATRE
Harlem resident, Annie Mae Newbold returned home to
regain her permanent status. .Add New Lakefront HomeOwners saying time and tide waits for no man. So long. CUNXWK.

: The Harry (Varsity Barber Shop) Smiths and 'PA I
Gloria Braynon-Kooinson. i neonsNBK '

THINGS I NEVER KNEW: That retired Dr. Ralph Fer-
guson received more Negro votes, when he ran for the City ANN-
Commission in 1937, that any other candidate across the
hacks. .That as a member of the City of Miami Sports MARGRET 3, :
Committee ,Dr. Furguson's suggestion was responsible for i '
the appearance of Jackie Robinson and Roy Campenellaon
the old Miami Field baseball diamond when both star andTONYFRANOOSA
athletes were Brooklyn Dodgers players. That as a com-
missioner he put his old Wnrld War I buddy, Capt James 4
E. Scott, as head of Liberty Square Housing Project. .That
Frank Payne, Mrs. Eleanor Seymour's grandson, is back swinging
home from a military stint in Africa, after suffering with ,
paralysis from two poisonous snake bites. .That gorgeous
Marie Adams, former Miami travel agent sec'y and Larry 4 "A
Steel's "Smart Affairs"cutie,is now appearing at the Oceanic
Club In Freeport, Bahamas. ::

NAMES INTHE NEWS Willie Hue Jamison, ass't 1.4j
principal at North Dade Junior High,seated sedately at her I .
desk, while tabbing proceedings for the day's activities. M j PARAMQU
Rev. A. D. Hall, EbenezerMethodist clergyman quiet and ALSO ON THE SAME PROGRAM
unassuming, seeking Info about one of his loyal but delinquent "HERE COME
followers. .Former Miamian Leo Sears, now a Ft
Myers mortician,enroute homeward via Highway Route No.
27 after burying his mother, Mrs. Beatrice Sears, here a
week previous. Fr. Lambert Sands of Saint Agnes, step-
ping sprightly after retrieving his ecclesiastical garments j A
from a midtown cleaners. ..And that's it, folks, from your uvrc aoNEAUvt i -
one-man-newspaper, who knows everybody ,and every- PROOIkflON r r ,
body's racket, but who is informing all Mianrians-in-New > IIL..N
of the TIMES by nttAmatarw.
York that you can pick up your copy
Manhattan correspondent Jimmie (Scoop)
contacting our h OEl xEtiML.M
Bethel, who'll display them at popular WELLS, the eatery M
along Harlem's famous. Golden Strip Lenox Avenue. UNITED UDSISJ

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10 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 18, 191

I: Lamar Chose KirkBY R 9ERS.CLUB .

Patricia Murphy, reporter .'. \1'

The Rhoers club is wellon I '1 r 1' ,' Ii !

the way. It is an affiliate r ....
There also was strong evidence
of Sigma Gamma Rho
of organized maneuvering
stunning vIc- with the sole emphasis upon
a upset
on the part of Kirk's and
tory, Claude Kirk took Negro supporters be he molding fine characters of our
beautiful personalities
Mayor Robert King High Republican or Democrat -
out of the driver's seat and who had been whispering teenage youths.induction ceremony

won' the state's highest political legations about mistrust It was The Saturday, Nov. 12. This
post Governor of was evident that the bloc ceremony in which each per-

Florida. Negro vote, which aided and pledge mem-
son becomes a
Kirk fooled the
skepticsand abetted High's gubernatorial of
by virtue
ber of the Rhoers,
ran away from DadeCounty' chances In 1964 and In
her said promises.
"favorite son. the primaries of 1966, ech- Observing Thanksgiving
By history's greatest plu oed into the Kirk And '
camp. Day, our first service will be -, -- rZ -
rality. this rebound was greatly inspired visiting the Sunny Land retarded _
and enhanced by children's home on Fri-

camp workers among the day, Nov. 25.ocncer. .

...,.: Kirk entourage. elected for the
Foremost among the year of 1966-67 were; president -
y* 'sra Dade County delegation was, Linda Kelly; vice president -

Willie Lamar, a public relations Sharon Reddick;secretary .
Democrat, who,from Gail Robinson;Asst. Se-
the very outset, cast his In-. cretary, Donna Bowe; financial >. yLL 4 \
fluence and support in secretary, Karen Williams,
Claude Kirk's direction.Lamar reporters, Patricia Murphy and : :-- -
a staunch be- Antionette Smith.. ,
liever In his convictions, lit- Our sponsors are: chair I- Sl YS.... fv
erally .used the magician'shat man, ",s. M. Barlow, Mrs.
and by faith.and hard A. V. Taylor and Mrs. V.
work, pulled the rabbit out Silva. Lynn Dianne/ H c/ger, 19, 6720 SW 68th Ter., a University of Miami fan,

of the magical hat-a Claude center, is the new Queen of the 1966-67 Orange Bowl Festival. Her court of prim

Kirk victory., cesses includes from left, Pamela Joan Clark, 20, 420 NE 90th St., a UM student/ ;

'As' Governor 'Kirk holds TELL OUR Norma Eva Sherer, 19, 2224 NE 34th. 'St., a Miami-Dade Junior College student. Po:

the reins to the future des- ADVERTISERSYOU tricia Eileen Taylor, 19, a UM student; and Kathryn Melissa Witt, 296? SE 35th

tiny of all Florida he will SAW IT IN THE Ave., an 18-year-old model. The Queen and her court will reign; over 23 days of pageantry
WILLIE LAMAR be faced with legislative mat and sports events surrounding the festival beginning Dec. 17. W/omi-We-\

It is quite evident that ters. aoDointments... decisions TIMES fro News Bureau photoThank
adjustments, campaign -
High was a victim of Demo
cratic power that became awfully promises, taxes, po-
weak during the show palgn promises, taxes, pol-
down a development that icies, bill passages, and CarverRanches
has been heard across the what-have-you. But his deportment -

nation one that proved a and decisions in z
rebuff to the advocates ofa office will determine and reflect you .
the fate of .the
reJuv- .r
Democratic rule. But be
enated Republican Party in News
that as it may, Kirk's victory '
was a triumph of huge Florida. for your expression of onfldene: In your
waits Bow.
proportions for the GOP in State TrMMirar's office Md the overwhelming
Florida.It The women of Mt. Zion
was In 1872 when the AME Church are thanking all victory you gave me to the November 8th "' "

Republican banner flew aloft who attended their services General Election.Broward $
from the Florida State Cap' START WORK TODAY'.I.lA last Sunday Rev. Grant, pas

ital, and 94 years later it Public Setvico Ovot tor.
was Claude Kirk who broke 20 Y... e *
the Democraticpoweroflong' Live In Molds The Carver Ranches Fire Williams ,Y.

standing.One Coeds Bus Boys Department will hold its meet-
Dlth wo.h.r* Porters ing on Monday night Nov. 6
surprising note is the G.. Station Drivers 21. All members are requested -
fact that Kirk pulled a surprise I State Treasurers
Hotel & Homo Molds to be present. Walter
vote in High's
,. own I w. Appreciate Your Blatch is president.
county of Dade.\ When all Business1N.E.5 .5s. '

Dade's precincts were in, A mass meeting will be \ D.-int/Politir.l Adv.rtlMn'.nt IVd for by Fr.d N. lowry, Tr....

High had polled 153,505. A held Sunday, Nov.20 at 3 p.m.
Kirk was very close behind Fa .38Z
at the Carver Ranches Park,
with 95,710. This clearly 21st St. and 48th Ave. A11
proved that de- --='
Street citizens are invited. Mr.
mocracy was In action. Norman Tuctt, director from I

discuss the receive Utilities how water and Department in when the we,com will will BUYING A NEW CAR ? ?

munity. The meeting is being
sponsored by the Carver
JOHNSONof Ranches-Hyde Park Homeowners f// ?r
Association. Please 777lH
come out and hear for yourself -
I *
Central Baptist Church --r- II-I

It's never too late the Rev. E. J. Clark, pastor:
"- will observe Men's Day on
... / 1 -to have that wedding Sunday, Nov. 27. The men are
f \ preparing for a grand program.
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Sunday School at Mt. AUTO
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pastor,. Rev. E. Long. The "" .1""Sh' ..4 ''''' ''' "
subject for the morning was, '* "'."." ".,.;f" paro. .., n, ..rufJhe"cQ....>... '"' CJ.' :''Brln', ""ushthei ...
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,and shut-ins. The Rev. W. C. otiJ.'l olcyita. v.rv.. --
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at Hurst Chapel AME H 9 f1'Nr ; \ ; > vvc4a'Yrr:: k+{i' t't
Church, Perrine. Our pastor, I 1" t. ,, ,P!1 ,, t c,pos sib I 't.J.ll: t nel urfloons bnvsed
O 'f. : Ot.o'dPtuf' : r. I "'..1V! *;
Rev.W. J. Allen, preached out it11C r ; .t .
IF YOU'RE NOT THERE of his soul. The junior choir f. 14il'l'." '':: I 'iV'" t;;r.. N' ,;. .t' ''

WHO'LL PAY THE RENT? and ushers served throughout "

Now your foully con have a lifeline hold on i the. Rev.day. W. J. Allen, Rev. S. LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK

'their hout.with Living Insurance from Eqvitable.An L. Gay and Rev L. R. Brown [I] OF MIAMI
motored to Sarasota to attend
plan off
Mortgage repayment pay
the Tampa.conference.. Fini fully IntfgrateJ bank In the entire Soutktattright -
if die-Most it
the important, Means
Mortgage you Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Allen / hers in she Etiton Financial Ctnter
e continuing lifo for your' family. in a hone of and ,Mr, and Mrs. Elbert 6013 N.W. 7th Avenge aliens 754431
their own. Miles were dinner guests at
the home of Rev. and Mrs.
I 'DON PAGAN --371-5631: 'or 696-5017 L, R. Brown of Richmond NOW PROVIDING NEW EXTENDED BANKING' HOURS
x. of the Heights. Mrs. Jean H. Town- Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday 9300"' 5.2 pm, Friday 9-30 am re P"
Life Assurance .Society ,
United Th. Cqwltoble State*., Homo Offices 1285 Avenue' of the .send, reporter. end 5 pr to 8 ,m. Drive-in Window open Monday thru Friday. 2 to S p IIIi Soturdsys- 9 to

,Americas, N.'Y.10019.- Thought for the week: noon
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I ,,_ '1W' THE MIAMI TIMES., Fifcfav.. Nortmbtr 18. 1966 11 1 I.

!flI Arthuriiie White Crowned : NOTICE
The United, ;Home (tynenAssociation
of 22nd Ave.

"Miss TeeRoae Ml. ZioH"The Heights held lu first meeting -
"" .... of the season on Wednesday p
;'tf';' Miss Teenage Mt. Shepp and Roland Clark Oct. 21 at the home of
,, _
,'.' Zion Coronation, held re- rendered Instrumental select j
cently at Mt. Zion Baptist ions.The M
1 r Yy1R1Lw Church, was truly itA World finalists were Arther-
'of Fantasy". The five final- ine Patricia White, crownedas
lists were pictures of beauty, Miss Teenage Mt Zion
as they graced the platform for 1966-67 by our outgoing
I for the second annual coro- queen Ethel Brown. Patricia

I nation.. Aaron, 1st runner-up, Patricia
Gale Willingham, our ,Jackson, 2nd runner- 't
gracious Mistress of Ceremonies up, Vivian Canada 3rd run "
opened the program ner-up, and Karen Forbes :' \
by having the audience sing 4th runnerup.Richard remembered.'h: < IIf .,: ,
I America afterwhich Jennifer Taylor escortedour .. r
Douglas gave the invOcation.The outgoing queen. The finalist Lee Smith wife
processional followed were escorted by John Lee Smith of
with Mr. Lin ton Berrien sup- Reid, Joseph Powell,Roland $t. it a cashier'
plying the medodious music.Other Clark, Randolph Brown, City ,Drive in "
and Larry Bailey.At /
participants were the 22nd Ave, She '
occasion: this in the
by Barbara Wil- point pro- d at this
. I liams, guest soloist Peggie gram, Fancy Bannister 14 years t.t.
1i Anderson, Poems recited by sang, "Miss Teenage Mt mother of two
Sharon Reddick and Lovetta Zion," as our incoming Janice and Wan-
L LJunior.fv Clark. John Reid, James queen promenaded. All of .

f pr/'n., fNC-" r :

,tudent/ ; I-Crown-dMiss 1 I [


;E 35th In a traditional pageant tive at off W Nil FANCr
many campus FANCY
of fa- held annually on the St. Aug- functions is Miss Mary CALIFORNIA ICEBERG HELLS n IMIXeD n DaDDN IILtERTSV
7mi.le; ustine campus, Miss Florida Louise Lee,20,a senior from
Memorial College was the city of Jacksonville,Flor LETTUCE TRA Q
crowned by President R. W. ida. In order to compete for wA NEO s
Puryear in recent festivities the crown, young women at 1 olA.Nxw.Arr
climaxing spirited balloting the college must have demon- z 1 w'hot < tRAZ.IS WAu
the students. I.RCesT wPE" .Aa
by This year'swinner strated excellence in schol-
who will serve as arship, thesocial graces,and 1.$111 1 AN4E AT 3 Rih(T M+ CALIFORNIA 5r
Official Hostess for the col- GOLDEN '
made significant uu.-.HIV a u /
lege as, well as representa- contributions. campus / (,GREEN ON016LAND : PRIDES400DTNUNN.-SAT. NOV. 11-IY LEMONS 3 '

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'1 : :Ie,. ; 1 RIB ROAST ROUND
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1 1. Don't a Dropout James Brown klngStax '' STEAK STEAK
'2. Knock on Wood Eddie Floyd
3. Fa-Ka-Fa < Otis Redding Volt E TOIrt10NAy u, [ U.. +,
4. Stay With'Me Lorraine Ellison Loma 39
5. Never Like This William Bell Stax R1. 78i S4*
6. It Tears Me Up Percy Sledge Atlantic
7. You've Got To Be (! MLEAIAtT /

8. Don't A Man/Flip Answer The Rocketeers Deep City t :r10 BOLOGNA RANKSLI.. 59#

Door B. B. King A B.C.Volt e RAIN-.RCA/r..T O i5
9. Patch My Heart Mad LadsSupremes SAUSAGE PNo.
Hanging On Motown
11 I'm Still Waiting Patti Labelle Atlantic -- G guns Y,

12. I'm Ready For : Tom.. CERTLIrIFD LEAN-SLICED PIIESN /[
Love Martha & Vandellas Gordy 1ssort fIItED PASTRAMI c N CAR'3e
13. Forget About Me Prince Harold Mercury BACON "69
14. Must I Keep On Otis Clay One-Derful_ LL91 u

Waiting IRts//
15. Walking the Duck Triumphs Verve Pu S- SAID S Gl.AZED NOM(MAO It
16. Try My Love Rhuthym Aces Checker STOWS SLICED POTATO A '
17. Holy Cow Lee Dorsey Amy I INflw. HAM 41 tALArO
18. I Fooled you ROASTERS
this Time Gene Chandler Chess /Owl/ .1/.O.IOwl MO..0.11Owl 1/ r10 t0 1. I1
19. Hymn No. 5 Mighty Hannibal Josie r
20. Pouring Water James Carr Goldway : I I '
89 109229
21 The Grass Seems HARRIS PIES
Greener Ella Washington Octavia S
22. Call OTN tIIS AYA/t.tt
Me Steinways Oliver : PUMPKIN
23. I'm Not Going APPLE, PEACH '
To Work Clyde McPhatter Amy TRAMS. AND CHERRY 39
24. Sweet Little Girl Manhattans Carvinals RADIO 26 OZ. IFM
25. Me and My i AM U SIZE
Imagination Ovations Goldway GIrTcARToN
26. Turning Minit .,..... ... U TASY T.CAT ,Doz. HAPPY KIDS 5..as..s.a..s..a..s.a
Jimmy Holiday 9F SWEEIMCDPICKLES pmiMimvf RIST
27. The Star Shirley Lawson Backbeat I : .. PLAIN OR Stir RISING
28. I'm Glad I Waited Players Minit PIC.'N-PAC' SLICEU I
29. I Know I'm :STRAWRERRIES- 3 PN4U. u HOUR

Losing You Temptations Gordy -{'. -t : sacs. 29 ......1
30. September Hoagy Lands Lauriel .a+ JAR 5-55* '' rfolol.
31. ,
I'm the One MiraclesFreddie Tamala
32. Are .a
For Me ScottClarence Shout '1 I COFFEE CREAM i1ZEli .; '
33. Tell Daddy Carter Fame ;''s: : ORN: r..
34. Mustang Sally Wilson Pickett Atlantic : CAN 9C
35. There is Something Baby RayoungHolt Imperial ALCOA s hr
36. not.5ALUMMUM
Whack-Whack Trio Brunswick 59
37. Baby I Need FO* 12" X 7S' ROtI

Your Love Bobby Williams Sure-Shot I........................., !
38. Money Jr. Walker Soul E LB. CAN *J M rtu't ,
39. A Place In the Sun Stevie Wonder Talala w/TN/ YouR ORDER W L oo DR MOB[ S I EVAppAA
40. Nine Our of Ten K PEACHES
Times Paul Kelly Phillips
41. Decca cokrIluI OSAGI oz CANS
Taking Inventory Danny White 69. KRAFTkveRY'
42. You're Almost Tuff Roy Head Backbeat
43. Back In The Same : '
Old Bag B. Bland Duke .POULTRY
44. Leroy, YourMamma's I STUFFED u L.oz 3 VARIETIES
Calling Jimmy Castor
45. Come Back Five Stalrsteps Windy.C PTTTSa '
46. I Don't need Any- 'NotYu f iiT
thing Maxine Brown Wand HONEY MAID ,La, :ALLu : FRUITCOCKTAIL

47. Baby Mean What Drifters Atlantic GPAIIAMSCRACKERS 3 -18 51 3 9, __________;

48. When Comes My Down Love Ruby Johnson Volt .

49. That's How Strong Mattie Moultrie Columbia I P IH 2 3 3ttk
50. So Good June Adams Roulette ,
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1 12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 18, 1966 RICHARDSON. .


Hill Robert C. Johnson, 1338A Chester M. Trapp of 5601
of Blue

I rAR I EIRORI LS DE TIIS Nov.Road Cynthia Nassau 12. Gay Funeral, Bahamas services died Services NW from 4th the i Liberty Ave.Saturday died City 10 Nov.chapel.a.m.9. NW He the had 19th Greater been Ave.Miami a died resident area Nov. for 9.of

will be held in Nassau, Funeral
than fifty
Survivors are one son, ArnoldR. more years.
---- mas. Johnson, one brother Arnold services will be held SaturdayNov.

. Johnson of Nassau, 19 at 11 a.m. at Greater
22nd died Nov. 14. lie Bahamas, two aunts, Mmes. Bethel AME Church. He is

sad and loving memor f In loving memory of leaves Ave.to mourn his passinga Ceva Robinson, Beatrice Ar- survived by one daughter Mrs.
of our dear mother, and grandmother Frances Cause; one adoptedson
......--- .._Y_- wife, Lucy Mae. Funeral morister.
services will be held satuday Jerome Trapp;son-In-law.
LOVENIA BE1HEL Euvil Forbes, 2061 All Oscar Cause one brother
e 19 in the chapel.
who departed this life Nov. Nov. Baba Ave., ,Opa-locka died Thomas; two sisters Mary

18, 1951.Jerusalem. r1- Nov. 11. Services Saturday, Macon of Tampa and Mrs.
Bethel of 1101 NW47thSt.diedNov.9.Survivor
the golden, 1 p.m. Greater New Bethel Laura Brown of Dradenton.

With milk and honey blest, Mmes.s Baptist Church, Opa-locka. Fla., nieces, nephews, other
Beneath thy contemplation are two wife Lena two
Survivors are ; relatives and friends.
and Hattie
Sink heart and voice LUlie Mae smith
opprest. Jones
sons, Clinton and Eddie ,
I know not, O I know not Smith; two sisters; Muriel three daughters, Mmes. ClaU-:
Jenkins and Priscilla stubbs,
What joys await me there
dia Brown, Bessie Carter and
three brothers Samuel, Eugene -
What radiancy of glory Versa Ferguson.
What bliss beyond compare. Slim and Howell; a son- ,

May her soul rest in peace ,in-law, Frank Bethune. Fu- Vinson Lee, '1059 NW 65th
and may light perpetual shine neral services were held on St. died Nov. 12. Services Tie Beit-Groomed

upon her.Oeraldine. Tuesday in the chapel. 12 noon New Mt. Moriah Bapt.

Wright i Church. Survivors are wife, Men Use MURRAY'SKinky

Margaret Clarke Mrs. Annie W. Smith of Rosa; four daughters, Mmes.
lair t ..
James Bethel 2977 NW 49th *t. died Nov. 'Myrtis Dean, Sarah Ross, $.. ...

four daughters Grace Hart, Beaty Woodard
Of HAZEL RETIE Cleveland Bethel en : 11. Survivors are
who departed this life Nov. Betram Bethel ; Barbara McCray, Vivian three sons Walter, Carl, Vin-
Monica Smith Cleo and Mattie son Jr. and grandchildren.
26, 1965. Her memory linger AdderleyIN Lee
on. Sadly missed. Watkins; one sister Mary
Coleman, one brother, Joseph George Seymour, 1820 NW d
George Bethel, huaband MEMORIAMIn Smith; grandchildren, two 66th St. died Nov. 12. Mr. ; r ,

Hattie Sweeting, sister blessed of our SAM JACKSON, aunts Mattie Tillman and Seymour had been a longtime ;
memory .
I Willie Walker, brother husband nod brother' who departed this life November Elizabeth frown. Final rites resident'' of this community

Edward Smith, nephew 13, 1957. will be held in CJaxton, Ga. and has been well- nk '

Gone but not forgotten. She was shipped Wednesday known among the many friendsof
Ernest and Sam Jackson morning at 9 a.m. the old residence of 6th Ct.
IN MEMORIAMIn and later moved to the Liberty
'And Family
City area with his daughter y 1Y

Memory of Henry M. Mrs. Annie L. Smith of Hazel. Survivors are, ,wife

In ofHENRY 1115 NW 5th Ave. died Nov. Laura; daughter Hazel, one ,
memory i 9. Survivors are two daugh- stepson, Samuel Livingstontwo
M. MOORE THANKS ters, Mmes. Mary Bailey and brothers, Chilton 1 and r

who departed thia life Nov., The family of the late-Mar Eva Francis; three brothers, Bed; seven sisters, Mmes. L :
17, 1960. tha DeShazor of 6538 NW 14th Jimmie, Homer and Robert Ophelia G. Lightbum, Jane

"Disguise"Out ; Ave. wish, to express sincere Gassett. Funeral services will Taylor, Ada Pratt Lorraine

ching of the removed pain of night-wat appreciation to the manyfriends be held in' Pompano, Fla., Poitier, Gleta Gordon, Pears ,Stubborn Hair

and neighbors for the Sunday, Nov. 20 at 2:30: p.m. and Elizabeth Seymour.Mrs. .
"As If
Into the sleep that God given Responds By Magic"Now
expressions of sympathy
his beloved, ; Pauline McCrae, 231 you tan hate all-Jut tonflJence
the dawn of cards, telegrams, donations, your hair in neatly irnometl .oii apply
a glad 4th if.
resurrection SW O., Homestead, died
food and cars and the courtesies Mrs. Mamie Webb of 2220' a dab of MURRAY'S VitprrforHAIR
Nov. 1. Services were held DKFSSINC POMAI1F in the
Into the house of unbroken extended to the deathof NW 57th St. Apt. G died Nov. from the morning. No mailer if you .c.ir il long
Monday Grove chapel.
our mother and granddaughter and link or ihorl for tool vomforl
affection, --- --- 13. Survivors are a son Earl .
There were no survivors, buta MURRAY does It 1oI: 1. ConUins no
who this life
Into the joy of his Lord SHADDIE WAR departed on Williams; four brothers, Ben few close friends such as Ikaliet or harsh Irritant*, and-Ift
Nov. 8 1966. Special thanks never ,reuse.
thence confessing, who departed this life Nov. ny, Joe, Perry and Willie; a Mr. and Mrs. Mingo of Home- You'II find MUR-
Death disguise is His Angel 17, 1962. May his soul rest to Manker Funeral Home, granddaughter Jackquelyn stead. RAY'Suprriur
in the members of Greater New IIMK DRfSSINC. % r
belssing. Williams. Arrangements are
in everlasting peace., POMADE ,
Macedonia Baptist Church
incomplete at this time. Mrs. Vera Harris, 549 NW on kale at your gpawrycounter.
The Family Emma Lou Ward, wife Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor fll""rll&1'mrlic
t And Family and Brown's Chapel Baptist 47th Terr. died Nov. 7. Ser- If your NORRAY"S...r..,... ,,,
dialer don not
Church Rev. J. E. Brown vices were held from the Liberty a.r
Baby Jacquelyn James of haws Murray'
pastor. died Nov. 6..Surv'YJII's'aro City chapel Saturday. Pnmmle he inn Uisl soeTl.f' M*
2393 NW 66th st.
get il MUKI.U fur
Survivors two sisters
CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAM Cora Mitchell <. a father, Jackie, Mmes. )pu or Htul onlv M and we will mail
; and ,Alicia, Dean<.of Key"West and I you 2 giant, iil/v, lljir Pamadu p .->inJMURRAY'S
'The family of thelate James, grandparents, Mr.
In sad but loving PRODUCTS
memory Sarah Wallace; one brother, 1UKRIOR COMPANY
Of Mrs. Paul James, Mrs. Nora 456 CUfloItt A.... Betrtil. Mick. 41211
Ernest Saunders.
held fri-
Bish. Services were

CARD OF THANKS day in the chapel.FRANCIS .

The family of the late


wishes to express sincere
appreciation to the many' LINCOLN MEMORIAL PARK

Nx friends for their expressionsof Mrs Ophelia Thompson of Will be closed Thanksgiving Day, but the' gates will
sympathy through cards
T 1760 NW 1st PI. Apt. 9 died be open.
; flowers and other courtesies
14. Funeral
Nov. -
during their breavement. A are incomplete.arrangements Sur- 3001 NW 46th STREET NE 4.4197'

'. special thanks to the Father
vivors are her husband, Mr. E. JOHNSON
O .1'9199
Lambert L. Sands of St. Agnes Calvin Thompson St.', three

"x tr Epsicopal Church and Mrs. sons, Thomas, Calvin Jr. and
Leila Roberts Williams.Mrs. .
Johnny Marshall; one daughter -

Susan Carey, wife Leonora; three brothers;
Clifford, Prince and Preston

,J '1<' Stirrup; one sister, Mrs.

Louise Marshall; uncle Mr. THE WONDER MAN OF GOD RETURNS
Harcourt Stirrup: ten grandchildren -
who died Nov. 2. in NY City, LENORA MILLERwho sad but loving memoryof and a host o(other

wish to express our sincere departed this life Nov. my dear husband relatives and friends. Rev.

gratitude to all the saints 21, 1965. DEACON SAMUAL FERGUSO I Shepperd Boegaters
relatives and friends for their A year has passed since 0
who departed this life Nov. David Peoples of 140 NW
prayers, kind words of consolation you slipped away. Your presence Following
11, 1961. a successful
has been missed, but 7th St. Apt 13 died Nov. 8. Rev. Shepherd Boe-
grams. Special, thanks,to the there is comfort in the thought Gone, but not forgotten.May Services were held Tuesday, 9 ttrsmore prominently known as the "Wonder Man of

Thomas V. Davis Funeral I that you are at rest with God. he rest in peace. in,the chapel with Rev. A. D. GH" returned this week from a few months long toy r

Home for the courteous services Mrs. Zora Ferguson, wife Hall officiating. Survivors in- covering the southwest. As we've told you once be-
The FamilyIN clude two sisters and a de- fore '
rendered to me and voted friend Mrs. Catherine you .. never heard a nan who speaks the truth

family. He leaves to mourn a Miller.Mr. like this God-sent nan. Rev. Boegaters is a native of

wife, Louise flumes, two MEMORIAM Capetown, South Africa Rev. Boegaters has
children, Barbara and Ralph CARD OF THANKS ceived international re-
In sad but loving memoryof acclaim since coming to the
Anthony, Father Reginald The family of the late V.V. Clark of 640 SW United States at the
husband father and early of
our Thousandsof
Humes and a loving mother MRS. PEARL McORUDER 8th Ave.,Homestead died Nov. age seven.
Aurelia Humes Adams and a brother 5. Services were held Wednes- people suffering with illnesses and financial

host of relatives and friends. CHARLES MCDONALDwho wish to thank everyone for day. Survivors are two sons, diffl"Itlts' have bee. aided by the Wonder Man of
departed this life Nov. 10 their sympathy in the time of Oliver and God who kelps ,
He was laid to rest Nov.' 7th Edzell. humanity through the interpretation of
in the National Cemetery, 1948.May their the Holy Bible Cards letters
his soul rest in peace, thanks to Rev. Albert and the and telegrams continue
Long, Island, New York. to
and may light eternal shine Houee of Albert Funeral Home Baby Boy McDonald, infantson pour into his headquarters complimenting hista-
upon him. for their service and friends of Henrietta McDonald of lt.li and asking for his assistance. Rev. Boegaters

Mrs. Annie McDonald, wife of Ot>a-locka. 329 NW 22nd St. Apt. 122 died 1.7'L .R..Ltr friends, Peter sank because fc e

IN MEMORIAMIn Mrs. OpheliaThurston, sister Mrs. Mamie WashingtonAnd Nov. 10. Graveside services faith in God." Rev. Boegaf.r Is i a God-sent

memory of my loving hus- Charles McDonald, eonMrs. Family were held Thursday, Nov. 17. Mon and he declares: "I am not a palm reader, lam

band Delores Hanna, daughter not a fortune teller and I am not a root-tan, but I

FRED O. BLACK om just a God-sent man influenced
by the
who departed this life Nov. and application, of Cod' Boegatl!;
17, 1965.Peaceful. CARD OF THANKS holy word. Rev.
be thou our slumber EVERGREEN MEMORIAL PARK, Special Noticefor states that If yUi0yttfl"y ",. of problems, why not

Slumber peaceful in thy grave We the family of the late Regular Thursday Visitors, effective only for call him today your appointment and go in

so low JAMES (BILLY) SMITH THIS Thursday, November 24, Thanksgiving Dayl I ue this great service man of God; Call this talented

Thou no more will join our take this method of thanking minister now at:
of which
Instead being open on Thursday, Is 0"
each of for cardsflowers,
numberNo you
more songs thou shalt and other expressions of usual practice, THIS Thursday, will be a holidayfer 751-3978

know. sympathy in our hour of sor Employees. The gates will be closed with no burials,
Greatly missed: row. Special thanks to Rev. only the Usual Police Patrol in and around the Park. DRIVE BY

Mary T. Black, wife Theodore Gibson, Dr. Patterson H. E. WALTHER, Supt. 827
William Black, brother and Bethel-Williams Funeral EVERGREEN CEMETERY 48th St.iJfI .

Irene Edgecombe Home for theircourteous 3065 NW 41st St., Miami, Fla. 33142
Josephine Haynes services. May God bless each Tilt NE 4-8242 Corner of HW 8th Ave. and .cath St. COI. night or

Carrie Black of you. day. Ho hour Ia too late..

Nieces, nephews &: Cousins The Family

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THE MIAMI TIMES.. Rldov.. November 1ft. 1QAA "17

Apartment Complex Sold For $583,400 I II

A collection of rental the buildings in 1958 and Vinson Lee, 53, a passenger -
apartments in the Liberty 1959. in a small foreign car,
City area this week changed killed Saturday when the ve-
hands for $583,400. It is saidto The largest group of apart hicle went out of control on
be one of the largest ments is located on NW 26th Okeechobee Road and tumbled
transactions of its kind in Avenue between NW 52nd St, down the highway.
recent years. Builders Saulie and trth Streets in the coun- Police said that Lee, who I
T. Benedict and Charles W. ty. The new owner is Irving lived at 1059 NW 65th Street, I
Jordan constructed most of Sussman. was thrown from the car and
crushed to death.

=irtw', 758-4121 Buyingfurniture '

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THEY LEAD RATTLER ROOTERS Indispensable cogs in the Rattlers' THE BIG SALE IS ON
bf ore the FAMU cheerleaders, a group of coeds whose spirit/ and enthusiasm Is NOW
bin Factor In the FAMU Football/ success story. The cheerleaders are ro/e upoF The big sale is on now.
s-f/ve! varsity cheerleaders who usually accompany the/ Rattlers 'on roods NOW OPEN If you have cash end
and five reserves who fill in on road trips when a varsityme/noer Is oi/ing. The need furniture or beddingthe
rYes and varsity cheer at all home gomes.The Rattler rooters (from left to right" ) only place to go is
I Jennifer 'Engram, sociology major from Tallahassee; Diana Poole, physicaledv the Grand Central Freight ,
ion major from Morriston; Jazqueline Boone, psychology major from Miami; Cora r"JPRNCE'S Furniture warehouse.,
physical education major from Miami; and Jeanette Mannings, library science : 1636 NW 7th Ave., Miami,.
Lfrom Tallahassee. FAMU staff photo by Ernest Fillyau. This

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as follow:
ORAL HEIGHTS warehouse
Chairman of the week's
Tuesday, Nov. 8, topic:
receives the
he observance of Amcrl- "To Informed Citizenship," activities was Mrs. Margaret t
Education Week at Floral speaker, Vernon Paschal, a Forde. Mr. Isaac Meares is newest and
hts Elementary School sixth grader, introducer: the principal. finest furni-
I highlighted each day be a Gail McNair, first grader ture and bed-
Lt speaker from the com- Wednesday,' Nov. 9, topic:. ding from 57 I ,
aty who spoke on one of "Self-Reliance," speaker, famous fao- '"
topics from the general Mr. Sonny Wright, introducer,' 27th Ave. I 46th St. tories. You ara..eman q Y
e:"Education Adds Up"- Richard Brown, fifth grader. can buy it. ...tsar
Monday, Nov. 7, theory On Wednesday evening, DON'T BE it at your
of American Edict- Open House was held at the
week was given by Na- school from 89 p.m.Refreshments : Let us it.
Clark, a third grade were served to everyone CAUGHT DEAD AND CHICKEN IN TOWN Remember prove there aren'tany
il. Arthur LaOrome, a who visited the school.
grader, introduced the fancy decorations
The week climaxed on ,
aker for that day. The the Freight warehouse
Thursday, Nov. 10 with a SITTING ON
aker, Rev. S. L. Gay, pas- speech by Mr. J. D. Mack TAKE OUT SERVICE district is not beautiful,
lof Mt.Hermon AME Church who spoke on the topic, Education .... but the furniture bar-
JOpa-locka, spoke on the Adds Up-To Economic YOUR SEAT BELT gains are there by the
Human"Education *Adds' UpI Competence. Mr,' Mack was V/e/ cater to private parties and club affairs hundreds We want your
Dignity. introduced by Marilyn Wells ,. business. Your satisfaction -
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CHURCH OF THE Church Opens New Health WOMAN'S DAY AT


A. Tyrrel Dear, vicar and Welfare Cents women of St. Matt-

hews Baptist church invite
The adult inquirer's class
begins this Sunday at the Mrs. Athalie Range, Miami After a short service at all members and friends to

church at 5 p.m. Everyone interested City Commissioner and Mr. the church a motorcade of join in their observance of
carr will move to the wclfar e the 10th Annual Woman's Day
in finding out more Fletcher Paschal director
center for the dedication and this Sunday, Nov. 20. The day MT. AARON
about the Church'sfaith Multi-service
. Episcopal NeighborhoodCenter
BE ORDAINED and practice is invited. for Economic Oppor- Ribbon Cutting cfimonv. will commence with the opening Rev. A. A. McCraney, pastor I

For those who want to be tunity program, Inc. of Dado Elder R. L. Woodfoi, of Sunday School at
pastor of,the Bethany church 9:30 a.m. The. speaker for
confirmed on December 21st, and other city and county officials
announced that the center is the morning service will be
attendance is required.Congratulations will speak at Bethany
to those Seventh-Day Adventist Church, being established to render a Mrs. Athalie Range, city commissioner -

persons elected as officers of 2500 NW Seth "St., Sunday afternoon -needed service to the com- and owner and director -

the E.C.W.: Clarice Littles, a, 3:30.: This special munity. Clothing will be given of the Range Funeral
t to needy families and as far Home. Theme is: "A Plain
r president; Laura Gooding, service will be held in connection
as possible food will bo provided Woman with a Responsibleheart.
and Isabell!
treasurer; Young, i with the official opening -
UTO custodian. Their Installation -i of a new Health and yel- for those who are in ."

will be November 27.1 j rare Center at 2307 NW 62ndSt. need. This service will be The evening part of the

operated by the church. given to approved persons service will begin at 6 p.m.
without charge and without with the opening of BYPU. t

regard to race, color or creed. Regular services for: the evening -

MARTIN MEMORIALDr. ST. PAUL AME Mrs. W. P. Miller welfare will open at 7. Young

R. II. Johnson, pastor director of the Bethany churchana people of the church and
Rev. T. C. Kelley, Jr.,pan tor a group of ladies andmenof community have been selected r

The members of Choir No. Mary Rawls, reporterf the church will give their to render musical selections

1 wish to express their sincere time in directing the servicesat and speak about outstandingwomen

thanks to ,all the participants the center. At present i twill of the world, church

on their program I I be open three days perwe"k and community.We .

MARVIN LUDLOW and to all who came out to j I ; Sunday, Wednesdayand are expecting you to Sister Martha Scott was

Brown's Chapel MissionaryBaptist make their day a success I Friday. spend the day with us. This crowned Mrs. Mt. Aaron Bap-

is The pastor and members will be a grand occasion as tist for 1966-67 for raising
Church proudto
announce ordaination very serevices wish to express their appre- ,.1$ we culminate our activities in the largest amount for Women's
ciation to Mt. Zion AME : for The amount was$29).42.,
for one of their members i DRAKE MEMORIALRev. preparation women's Day. Day.
Church of Homestead for rendering Don't forget your date with We want to thank all the
Bro. Marvin Ludlow. : Janus W. Dunn, pastor
services Sunday night the women of St. Matthews participants who helped in
/ .
These services will be held 1 :
A special thanks to Rev "r Sunday. Nov. 13, will be this Sunday the drive. May Qxi bless
Nov. 20 at the Liberty Square ..
Building, 6300 NW 14th Ave. Watson, who officiated for the '! : ; i remembered by all who was Rev. N. F. Clarke, pastor; you.
oastor, Rev. Zanders. Rev / W'' first Woman'sDay
Your presence is requested, ; ,..; present at Mrs. Creola Ferguson, chair-
Zanders was called because > \ : at Drake
The Rev. W. K. Smith and away ;. .. \ observance man of women's Day and
congregation of Greater New of death in his family. ;" u/\, Memorial. '!O the words of this Mrs. Agnator NottQge, co-

Nov. 21, has been, set :. ., beautiful hymn, "I Love Thy chairman. GRACE UNITEDPRESBYTERIAN
Bethel Missionary Baptist aside for the pastor's .\ Kindgom Lord," the choir's
Church of Opa-locka will bIn .
preciation night. A processional initiated this
charge of services. The apo'I I TEMPLE
and lietrary program has r day. It was a day of joy and
Rev. W. C. Edcar, pastor of planned for your spiritual fervor. All of the Woman's Day at Templeon Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastorWe

Mt. Moriah Baptist Church of Please come out and bring a participants were grateful of Sunday was a grand affair are thankful to all the

Perrine and also the pastorof friend. MRS. MAY DELL BRAYNON the opportunity to be a part of and was a spiritual and fin- members for the success of

St. Ruth Baptist Church, Prayer meeting each Friday "Miss St. Paul this day. ancial success. The atten- our church anniversary rally
Dania.. .will give the charge.
Rev.. J. B. Brown is pastor night. .-...._.......- ". The pastor, officers and dence, as usual, was very and our every member can-
all the sick and shut- Partial to the
To t'\\-; members thank the following good. Mrs. Lillian Brantley, vass. reports
ins, we are praying for your women who helped to make speaker at the 11 a.m. ser- congregation have been madeon
speedy recovery. The mem- the results of these two,
f' the First Woman's Day a vice, gave a heart-searching,
bers of Ushers' Board No. 1 reality. Commissioner Range, inspiring and challenging efforts, and we hope to have

KELLY'S CHAPELRev. wish for their member, Mrs. AME"l Miss Roberts our speakersMrs. message that should remem complete reports by this Sun-'

L. L. Dean, pastor Mary White, a speedy recoveryand I' Green and Mrs. Brownour bered. All the participants day.We

Retha McKenzie, reporter! hope she will be out ofthe chairmen- Mmes. E. contributed, notably to the are now. looking forward -

hospital real sopn.. .. I Bush, Njchals, T. Holmes,,A* enrichment. the ,set vicei" to qur Thrfnks& ving'gasket
Kelly's apeftake''tbf.. Spencer,; M. Jones, P. Usher, The feature of the evening i ddf1 for H, !nb! ,
method of thanking their Officers and members ot ,Perkins is being planned forJhis
many J. Bryant. M. Blake, O. was a 30-minute program
friends for their support' ano Victoria Ward Chapter, Orderof A. Tripp, O. Pickett, in which tne Temple Woman' Sunday 'evening at 7:30,
cooperation in helping us Eastern Star will worship by the adult choir' and the lJ
B. Heidt, V. Grant, H. Robinson Chorus under direction of Mrs. '
celebrate our 12th annual at Temple Sunday during the Board 'oC'Deacm.. Let us'
Smith M.
s. Dudley, D. V. Strachan and a number of
women"k' Day. No comparisoncan 11 a.m. Rollins, Watkins, C. Dunn, D. other women played important begin bringing ou. suppliesand ,
good to Mrs..
It was see
be made of those who
Leanna Johnson and Mrs.'A. Payne, O, Ervin, E. Stubbs, roles.Mrs. A. dark was M.C. contributions for the
participated on, the program. Wilchcome in service on Sunday E., Curtis, C. Armstrong, M. Chairman E. A. Lord and baskets this Sunday so that
They were some of the best Carey, M..Mikell and Miss D. co-chairman we can prepare and distributethe
Mrs. Jeanson has been V. Taylor, along
that could ever appear on a food before Thanksgiving'
bereaved by the 'death of her with their officers, captainsand
given program: Namely, Mrs .. Orchards' to the pastor's: Day.
B. Carey, Mrs. Knaggs, Mrs. husband and father last summer .... charming and ,talented wife Temrtto all the to loyal be women of The Board of Elders will
Mrs. Wilchcombe has are congratulated -
Bright, Mrs. Strachan, Mrs. chairman lead our Thanksgiving Day
who served,as program
been sick for several weeks for a big job well done.
Dean, Mrs. M. Murray, Mrs. ,"Little Miss St. Paul" along with her duty as They wish to thank their service, to be held on Thursday -

Willie M. Williams, speaker; minister of music. many mends from the various morning at 8. Elder J. I).

and Mrs. C. Walker.We Our pastor, Rev. Tr C> May God ever bless the churches of the city and to Faniel will bring to us the

owe the,,,same thanks, Kelley, chairman Mrs. Alma women who served., say special thanks to Mrs K. Thanksgiving message.
to those on the evening ser CHRISTIAN Carter, co-chairman Mrs, This is always the time of
vice program: Mrs B. Hall SCIENTIST Juanita Fisher would like to Trotti of Ebenezer, West yezr when we must follow

Mrs. Johnson; Mrs. D. Sears; thank the members and friends GOODWILLMISSIONARY Palm Beach, who came and through on our 'workmanship.
Pittman last of St. Paul AME for making spent the day.They also want We well but '
speaker, Mrs. E. are doing the
Thanksgiving will be observed BAPTISTRev. to remind those who did notcome
but not least, we. thank the our Women's Day an overwhelming tasks are great in stewardship
at still o'clock ser in Jut Sunday that
Ushers and Choir No. 2 of vice on Thursday, Nov. 24, success. Our day T. R. Harrison, ministerWe may still do so. they evangelism, and Christ,
Ebenezer. The members thank )Can with Sunday School at ian education. Let us continuethe
in Fifth church of Christ,
the chairman, Mrs. L.Mitchell 9:30 a.m. with the assistant- are grateful for another spirit of loyalty!
Scientist 1600 NW 54th St.
and co-chairman, Mrs. M. superintendent in charge. The spiritual feast at our new EBENEZERRev.
Prince also the captainsand Sermon readings from the morning services were very location, Sunday school wasvery
many A. D. Hall
Bible and the Christian pastor
with wonderful spiritual. The lesson wa I
chairmen of various com- high a message
mittees, along with the mem- Science textbook will bring from our speaker Mrs. filled with the doctrine of It's Woman's Day at Ebe-
out the close relationslip followed witha the nezer, Sunday Nov. 20. This GOODWILLMISSIONARYBAPTIST
bers for your untiring ser- Maeola Monroe, God's words as only pane ,
between prayer and Thanks- selection trom the Southland crea for the spiritual security.The promises to be the biggest

vice.Words to our pastor: The giving.A Singers and songs from, youth of our church and best Woman's Day everl!
will be aside 6601 NW 24th Court
members of Kelly's Chapel period set our choir. will render a special Thanksgiving Theme this year is "Meeting
for testimonies of thanks Congratulations out at 4 and I the Needs of Women Through
wish to say that we appre- goes program run., The Goodwill Missionary
ciate being with you and your from individuals in the congregation to the young people who had after the program, there will Prayer, Faith and Love. Baptist Church has moved to

family on this first Woman's who will join in their first Little women'sDay. be free dinners for the sick, Our morning speaker is Mrs. a new location and will begin

Day. Thanks for your pus h several Thanksgiving hymns. Their chairman was Miss and the less fortunate, spon- Maeola Monroe of Ft. Lauder- its initial service Nov. 6th.

and encouragement to make The church soloist, Mrs. Flora Sheffield, co-chairman, sored by the youth. dale. She is a graduate of "( "-

this day go down in church Billie Howard will sing Miss Chery Gardner. Congratulations The public is invited to Edward Waters College and

history for us. "Bring Ye all the Tithes into also to Little come over and share with the Fla. A&M University, former blvx
the Storehouse" by Nellie T. Lisa Gibson for not only youth in this Thanksgivingspirit. teacher of Douglas Elem., ') '"'

Harmon accompanied on the smallest captain but for raising Miami, now employed in };

piano by Miss Blanche Gallo the highest amount of Brother Eddie Smart is Broward County she is a mem- ,tr. '

MACEDONIACOCONUT money. secretary and reporter.BAHA' ber of Mt. Hermon Church. : .

GROVE way.A Golden' Text from Co- Congratulations goes to Our evening speaker is

The of Macedonia lossians and Responsive Mrs. May Dell Braynon for Mrs. Leenette Pennington. We
Reading from Psalms will set the highest amount of blessed
Baptist Church, 3515 Douglas raising I S ASSEMBLYThree were to have this
invite the theme for the service : money. She is Mrs. St. Paul speaker with us again. She isa
Road, cordially you
to their annual Woman' a,Day "Continue in prayer, and for the year 1966-67. Greater MiamiBaha'is graduate of Morgan State

r program, Sunday, Nov. 20 at watch in the same with Grand total raised was were elected dele College with a degree i n

I r 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. A delightful thanksgiving pay thy $8,923.26.We gates to the National Baha'iConventim psychology. A former social
has been planned vows unto the most High." would like to thankour to be held at the worker, she is now a teacher,

,I for program enjoyment. Please The Bible Lesson will include many friends who came to Baha'i House of Worship in and a member of Hurst Chape I

your Macedonia and Jesus' instructions tc worship with us and say to Wilmette, Illinois, April AME Church in Perrine.
t come over to pray "in secret," along with them "the doors of our churchare 27-30, 1967. Those elected I A beautiful inspirational
be happy to
help us. each and related passages from the always open; do come were Mr. Harold Guinyard,, program has been planned for
welcome everyoneof
Christian Science textbook. a gab and bring along a friend. science teacher at North you under the leadership of
Dorothy P. Lee
general you. chairman Mrs. ; Mrs. RubyeL. The service will be con- The 76th Annual Sessionof Dade High School; Miss Olive our chairman, Mrs. Naomi REV. T. R. HARRISONYou

secretary; Rev. J.' ducted by the First Reader of the South Florida Con- Alexander, executive directorof Grant and co-chairmen, Mrs.
Scott,Finlayson, pastor. the church, Mr. Arthur L. Harris ference will convene at our JESCA, and George Savitt, Louise Holmes and Mrs. Ollie have a cordial welcome

A. F. Marjorie Perkins, a and by Mrs Juanita Clark, church Nov. :2227. We are "Phil Oasofer" of The Miami Ross. Please come out and to worship with us in

Mrs. state Second Reader.. planning for a fine conference. Times. hear these dynamic women all of our worship services.
dynamic leader among A Sermon on "Soul and Our hats off to the various The election was held at with messages that will Rev. T. R. Harrison is the
Baptist women of Florida Body" will be presented at committees for going allout the Baha'i State Convention at never forget. Remember all Minister.For .

will be the morning speaker.fail all Christian Science services to make our women' a Day a the Holiday Inn, Ft. Myers, roads lead to Ebenezer free transportation,
if o
miss treat you n
You'll a call
this Sunday. memorable occasion. on Nov. 6. _Nov. 20. 754-4024. Nov. 25
to hear h,,'.


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< MORI AHI AUTUMN TEA AT THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday.Ho .mb.r '18,1966 15

I reporter, pastor ST. JAMES AME RICHMOND GLENDALE HEIGHTS Baptist Women's Council To Attend Churchas

a wonder- The women of St> Jamc Rev. B. L. Turner, pastor
Sons' and AME Church cordially invit e Rutha M. Harrington, reporter

Week,( you to attend on autumn tel i As Gesture of Installation On Sunday

a all our on Sunday, Nov. 20 at 4 p.m.. Christians fellowship

public to The affair is connected wit i the together on the Lord's Day, 1 ) ,..........."..... -
with the Women's Day Glendale family gave r r- -ww4 M.. "
us at activities, r.
i thanks -
that are directed to God for his love. ;
by Mrs. An His r.
nlo J.lvey and subject was tiThe Stewardship
). Rev. C. Catherine i' of Self r >
Peterson. This taken from 2 \
Grove will program tea
tures the future Corinthians 8:5.: He pointedout
church 4
night, consists that to us that _I I!
of we must
Macedonia members of the give t 1I
Junior our bobs to Christ :? ,
church please which
Sunday -at 3 plan 1
to spend the means our bodies are !
Jackson entire day with a trust
[ us because the from God and to be used for
committee i is
hoping for this God, then we must take care ) I
been asked[. women's day' of
tube the best in the ; we must establish
each history of,
right habits
St. James.We avoid anything
be served that would
want you to come with poisonor weaken, .
( your shouting or cripple, or in any way'hinder \ "
Mr. V. cause our speaker Mrs.on be- their highest usefulness i In :
: Lee-
was the fa
nette Pennington service of God and humanity. /
Dean a is known k/P\ .
must be
for her dynamic methods which kept clean,
J our church. made
strong and
invite so cultivated
holy spirit I
Ushers to roman and '
are with for trained that they will be MHK; i i-VM, Hi \, f' -,
posts. you a long period efficient and effective CLAUDIA WILSON
prayers of time. Our evening ser- of the mind and soul. servants You are ELLA BAKER ANN SMITH

for hour the of musical vices will talents.include an A array well of with always us welcome or attend to worship October has been a very Deborah. Another charming as co-chairman.. These la-

and planned program has been munity Bible Mission our Com- busy month for members of guest was Mrs. Lucy Callo- dies are working hard to as- ,

[ planned for your enjoyment. NW 62ml at 799 the Baptist Women's Council way, a veteran in missionary sure success for the cause.A .
services. street.FREEWILL
Please come on Sunday to which is spending much work, who was treasurer souvenir program of
welcome. help us make this one of time preparing for the Foreign of the East Coast Wom dedicated men and women

great success. Mission Banquet, when en's Association and has has been prepared and Mrs.J. .

BAPTIST the Rev. William J. Harvey, travelled extensively as pres- E. Jenkins, an efficient

The women of Freewill national secretary of the For- ident of the Missionary So- stenographer and wife of the ;,

1"I'pastor ANTIOCH MB. Baptist Church, 1752 Ali eign Mission Board, will be ciety of Mt. Zion Baptist paster of Friendship Baptist

will NEW LIBERTY CITY Baba Ave., Opa-locka, are guest of honor. The Rev. Church. Church, was appointed t

Sunday, Rev. having their third annual Wo Thedford Johnson,pastor of Mrs. W. J. Macon, wife chairman. All were glad to
be a Sis. Annie A. H. Essix, pastor man's Day celebration Sunday St John Institutional Bap- of the pastor of First Bap- see Mrs. I. C. Micklns who

Whipple, reporter Nov. 20.The tist Church, served as fore- tist Church Opa Locka, cast immediately started to pre-

have as Our pastor delivered the morning speaker is runner and visited several her lot with the group, stat- pare the program. All la-

at the 11 morning and evening sermons Mrs. Irene Brown of New district unions and contacted ing that she enjoyed the fellowship dies announced that the sale

W. K. which were enjoyed by all Bethel Baptist church in ministers in behalf of the and the work that of tickets has been excellent

Baptist Let us not forget our Liberty City. great cause, and reported was being done by dedica- It should not be forgottenthat

Ih \ye are weekly meetings. The evening speaker is "they pledged their support": ted Christian women. A delicious Mrs. Julia Carr Drakeof
There will be a musical Mrs. Nellie Jones of Greater
to come Mrs. A. M. Coleman, wid- repast was served by Friendship Baptist
wonderful program here Friday night, New Bethel Baptist Church ow of the late Rev. J. E. the hostess of the Council, Church is doing a splendidJob
i Nov. 18 at 8, highlighted by in Opa-locka. Coleman, visited the last Mrs. Ann Swint. In this meet- as chairman of themem-

hour, the the mighty wonders.We The public is cordially meeting in October and,was ing Mr. Ella Baker, well- bership committee. The fieldis

sponsor a will appear on the invited. We hope to have a immediately voted a mem known Christian leader,was white unto harvest...Pray
Mt. Cal- I pastor's anniversary at Geth- very spiritual and inspiring ber. Mrs. Coleman is widely appointed as chairman of that He will send."

of Tru- semane Baptist Church, west program for your enjoyment. known and the records of the ticket sales for the Foreign On Sunday, Nov. 20, all
with Hollywood, Sunday, Nov 20, Please come and worship with Sunday School Publishing Mission Banquet and Mrs. members will assemble at St.
at 3 Our will deliver 'I us.
I p.m. pastor -
H. W. House will indicate that she Ann Swint as general chair- John Baptist Church
I the JoAm Gibson is
anniversary chairmanand
cordially once was the teacher of the man. Mrs. Claudia Wilson, promptly at 10* 45 a.m.,
Iir Let us to visit and Rev. A. Rutherford is '
largest Sunday School classes efficient clerk of New dressed in white to be In-
forour sick and shut-ins.
pray pastor.
'I I
behalf, Ivory ._ in the nation known as the Providence Baptist Church, stalled in their prover office.

with his


Everyone. W. E. Sims, pastor S. A. Thomas, pastor P. S. Brown, minister

.and wit- 1r Mary L. Mayfield, reporter Patricia Murphy, reporter Dessie Crockett, reporter By R. J. McGhaney

Services were as usual on The spirit was high at Brother E. Barnes, general I was sick, and ye visitedme
last Sunday Rev. Streeter, a Mt Sinai all day Sunday chairman and Deacon A. ; Matt. 2536.

A.EL ,,. very young ministers a mem- The Junior Choir waa in-' Jones are asking each-member I am sure that it is betterto
ber of vited to.srael Bethel Youth
'" Friendship Baptist to give their support to this be truthful, than otherwise.
is Church, deliveredthe message,' Day program Sunday, Nov. 13. final fund raising event at Mt,. I was also visited by Mr.
His message was inspiring We were swollen with pride several
second Tabor. There are Victor A. Zarley, minister of
and enjoyed by all. because one of our young who
for the captains are working Unity Center of Practical
be held The president and membersof juniors Miss Verona M.Bowen diligently and tirelessly in Christianity of Miami. Also

Davis is 41. the Young Women Auxiliary was the guest speaker. She order to make this day the Mr. C. McNeil of 2271 NW' "

to # would like to thank all who was introduced by Miss moat successful day in the 153rd St. So you can see for
: '. and j ,,: ,1. ... participated and helped to. Vinita Timpson.MissBowen'stopic h istoryof the church. yourself, that wherever you

1 ,Wee ,; .lS\t'" .. make their second anniversarya was "God's Light There will be s regular are, God ia.. In my going
also asking that every ( success. The amount raised house."Her speech was filled\ meeting of the men Thursday, around I talk with a lot of
tuber .., .. $315.07. with spirit and inspiration All I interested
participate in the rally .It was at7:30p.m. men students of all grades, and
r four pastor. Remember our Thanksgiving We are in sympathy with and other interested personsare the nicest student of the

This Sunday, Sister Mar- Dr. L G. Pratt was the service on Thanksgivinj Sis. Anna Woods whose asked to attend and give week was John Cross of NW

nil\ and Sis. Dickerson at- donor of a goodly supply Day Please be sure to mak e brother passed in paws on the men the support they are 18th Ct., Opa-locka. So it

nded another Women's Day of new Bibles to churchesof your contribution to the need]Y Ga. We are praying for her desirious of. also pays to be nice. So untila

ogram. Last Sunday we' re- the Atlantic Coast Bap- families. and her family. The goal is $5,000 and you later date, if God's will,
med Please remember to The Deacons Board is know duty to this effort. thanks and for all
an appreciation thatas tist Association recently.The pra 3 f your my prayers
their 3Ut ami-
given to us to Rev. for our sick and shut-ins, am] celebrating We have members sick at of you.
recipients were: New 20 at
emperence Wright in Coco- plan to attend prayer meetini versary sunday; Nov. home and in various hospitals,
Florida Mt.
Mt. City
Zion ; the church at 3 p.m.
11 Grove. This Sunday is the every Thursday night at 8., visit or call them.Christmas .
St. James New
Olivette, Albury will deliver the ser will
st time practice
that you may pay Bethel and Temple, Miami; mon. Dinner will be served
2.00 for budget and begin Monday evening at 5 MT. SINAI METHODIST
Central and Star of Bethlehem afterwards invited to
oman' Day.TATEMENT. CHRIST EPISCOPALRev. you p.m. The community is askedto
West Hollywood; Eben- Theodore Gibson, rector witness this joyous occasion.Let take part along xith the 398 Foster Road t

ezer and Mt. Zion, West Antoinette Silver, reporter us all pray for our membership of Mt. Tabor. Hallandale, Florida I
Palm Beach.Dr. sick and shut-ins) May God The 1
pastor, Rev. William
OF pratt is president of theWomen's Father Theodore R.Gibson bless and keep each and
attended a meeting of the officers and membersof
KNERSHIP Department of the everyone. Mt. Sinai Methodist Church
Southern Regional Council in
Atlantic Coast Association, GREATER NEWMACEDONIA invite to their
Atlanta, Georgia on Wednesday you ThirdWoman's
ANAGEMENT where she has served with
Day observance
Nov. 16. This council is on
IRCULATIONStatement distinction for more than 35 composed of clergymen of all 1 Rev. Samuel Atchison, pastor Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor Sunday, Nov. 20.
She retired recently Our morning speaker will
years. denominations whose pur- Willie J. Beard reporterOn
of Ownership, from the post of clerk in her pose is to attain the ideals of The No. 1 Ushers' Board be Mrs. A. 0. Henderson, a

[anagement and Circulation church, M. Olivette, after equal opportunity for every- will celebrate their anniver- last Sunday night, dynamic speaker. You must

f quired by the Act of October long years faithful service. body. Father Gibson reports a sary on Sunday, Nov. 20 at 3 one of our young sons, Rev. not fial to hear her. Our evening -

> 1962; Section 4369; Title Earlier this year she was successful meeting.Thanksgiving p.m., at the Masonic Temple, Lonzo Boykins preached out program will consist of a
United'! states Code. awarded the degree of Doc- fruits will be 1742 NW 3rd Ave. Rev. D. A. of his'soul. Let us throw our wonderful and inspiring musi-

The Miami Times is pub- tot of Humanities by theArk- distributed to the sick and Bradley, pastor of Mt. Carmel arms around him and the rest cal treat that you will not want
will deliver anniversary
hed weekly at 6740 NW ansas BpatistCoIlegefor out- needy members of the church of our young brethren in the to miss.
'th Ave., Miami, Florida. I standing contributions in the and community after Holy sermon. You are invited to ministry. They need both our The chairman of Women's 0

blisher and Editor of the Field of religious service. Communion on ThanksgivingDay. join this great celebrationwith prayers and support. Day, Mrs. Genevieve Brown,

ami Times is H. B. S. This is a yearly projectof them. Speaking of sons, Macedonia her co-chairman, Mrs. Florence

=eves, 1424 NW 69th St., FIRST BAPTIST OF the Altar Guild. Rememberthe Let us remember to visit let's not forget we are Butler, and membersand
ami> Florida. Managing clock contest, Sun day, and pray for the sick and to accompany our pastor officers of the church ex- !

itor-- n'. tt.. 'I:__! ...._ BROWNSVILLEEev Nov. 20. Get well wishes to bereaved families every- "back home" on Sunday after- tend a warm welcome to you
rth' -C. ui-Reeves? mi ami. 6851 iimea NW S Mr. Richard Knight and a where, for they need our help noon. "Back home" is New and yours to worship with us

th to all. and our prayers. Moriah M. B. Church. He Sunday.
Ave., Miami Florida. Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor Happy Thanksgiving Mt.
close their Father-
will out
inted Total number copies Mrs. [)onell a Turner, reporter ST LUKE AME Son Homecoming. Rememberthis versary sermon; his theme:

id (net press run) 9,000; Sunrise is his home church, let's "Sin and Its Effect."

eirculartian 7,400: mail Thanksgiving ZION HOPERev. Rev. W. A. Curry, pastorAt turn out in very 1 arge number s The Pastor's Appreciation
''bscriptions at 5 a.m.
750; total paid service will begin Paul Freeman, pastor
relation 24th. The the 11 a.m. service, and back him up. The church' Week began Nov. 14 with the
8,150;; free dis- Thursday, Nov. Sis. E. Jackson, reporter
"ution 150; total dis tribu- pastor is asking all membersnot the pastor will bring the address is 6700 NW 14th Ave. Rev. Bell of Mt. Nebo
There will be a fashiontea from the Baptist Church and
on 8,300; office use, left- to forget his harvest gift. message subject: many
'er, unaccounted The chairman of Men's on Sunday afternoon at "Four Anchors." other sermons throughout the
tor spoiled would like to remind all the home of Sis. Roses Lee At the 7 p.m. service, Rev. week.
Printing 700. Total I 9000. Day and their workers Sharpe at 1176 NW 48th St., James Cooper, asst.. pastor, ST. JOHN AME The pastor will preach his

The average number of captains Nov. 27th is the 4 to 6 p.m. Everyone is invit- will bring the message. SOUTH MIAMI conference sermon on the third
l epieu of each issue that Sunday ed to attend in behalf of the Sunday morning. All membersof
of this annual Men's Day so do your Choir No. 1 and Ushers' Rev. J. A. Grisby, pastor
blicition sold or distri- best to make this day suc- No. 2 Choir. Board No. 1 will serve throughout Sis. C. Willis, reporter the church are asked to be
ted through the mails orerwise cessful.We We enjoyed the baptism the day. sure to come out.The church's

during the preccd- would like to thank service with the Friendship Monday night, Nov. 21, The No. 1 Choir celebratedtheir personal respect to CnoirNo.1
r* 12 months was 8,500. visitors for worshippingwith Baptist Church Sunday naming:'. the church will observe the I annual anniversary with and Ushers' Board No. 1. Re-

Garth c. Reeves, our us Sunday and hope that Pray for the sick and shut- pastor's Appreciation night i the Rev. Coats of, Mt. Olive member our sick and shut-ins

Managing Editor you will wor.hip'with us again. ins. ,Everyone is invited to attend. .Baptist preaching the ami- in your prayers.


16 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday November 18,1966, __ i _

Omegas fete- 50 Boys Nathan Young Elementary Our Boys in the

As They Observe Observes Education Week Armed Forces I

The Nathan Young Family Mrs. W.D. Fuller,first grade
had joyous time observing teacher, explored each dally
Achievement Week"If and participating in the theme In a most dynamic SAN ANTONIO, Tex. -
educational and enrichment m a n n e r. Mrs. Jane Ed- Airman Marvin Dawson, son
man Is to be free; if we Sigma activities in the week long wards, first grade teacher, I of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dawsonof
are to structure a better society Omega Psi Alpha Chapter of celebration of American Ed- served as moderator. The 6530 SW 57th Place, South
; if we would be worthyof held its annual Phi Fraternity, ucation Week. The main fourth grade classes spon- Miami, has been selected for
the dreams of democracyof Week Achievement theme for the week was "Education sored by Mrs. M. Lerro and technical training at Keesler
our forefathers, we can ill Program and Ban- Adds Up". Each Mr. I. Strachan entertainedthe AFB, Miss., as a U.S. Air
afford to impress on today's quet at the, Sunday, November 13 daily theme was depicted in group with two musical force communications elec-
youth the virtues and valuesof Casablanca Hotel on the following manner: selections. The final event of tronics specialist.The .
Miami Beach. A
the "good life" values Mrs.' G. Coachman and the evening was classroom AJ airman recently' completed
which beniflt free men. "The The stage was set as to the Mr. L. 0. Ivy, sixth grade visitation and refreshments.On basic training at Lack-
three R's" must be under- Inspiring program that was teachers, chose students from land AFB, Tex. His new
firded with reality, reason, to be held, when The Honorable their classes to speak to the Thursday, Asst. U.S. : school is part of the Air
and responsibility for the., Joe Malek, Councilman group over the Public Ad- Attorney James W. Mat- "'1/. Training Command which
realization of the great so- presented Brother Ulysses dress System. They were as thews addressed the groupon .' conducts hundreds ,of spe-
ciety. These words were foremost Horne, Basileus, and Sigma follows: "Education Adds Up To cialized courses to provide
in the minds of some Alpha, the key to the city of Monday Sharon Economic Competence." In technically: trained personnelfor
100 Omegas, friends, and Miami Beach. Mr. Malek Bridgewater "Education a very understandable and 'ill\.,.. the nation's aerospace
1 1Pvt.
approximately fifty young congratulated Omega for the'fine Adds Up To Human 'Dig- dynamic way,Attorney Mat- ---_,. -- force.Airman
boys who gathered to ob- work that they are doingin nity." thews pointed out to the Dawson, a 1962
serve the Annual Achieve- the community.The Tuesday Denise Hines group the importance of getting Timothy Sally. son of graduate of George Washington
ment Week Program. theme for this year is "Education Adds Up To an education to become Mr. and Mrs. Otis Sally, 2362 Carver High School, attended
"Reason, Reality, and Res Rational Thinking." economically competent. We NW 66th St. He is in Fort Miami-Dade Junior College.
ponsibility. The Fundamentals Wednesday Johnny were also entertained by two Polk, Louisiana going to
for a Great Society. The Walker and French Carpenter panels from Mr. Strachanand school for supply clerk. Airman Johnnie Lee Vick-
Chapter's Proj ect for th e year "Education Adds Up Mr. Parks' fifth grade era, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
is to work with the Young To Creative Thinking and classes. The two panels dis- Johnnie L. Vickers, of 1830
boys of Miami by attemptingto Self Reliance." cussed the themes: :'Education NW 47th Terr entered lie
hjr raise their levels of aspira- On Wednesday Night, we Adds Up To Informed Air Force, Nov. 10. He will
f tion through workshops,cultural had our "Back To School Citizenship and Lifelong Op go to Texas for his basic
affairs, conferences, Night. panel composed of portunity." training and then will be assigned -
field trips and discussion the following parents and The Nathan Young Family in the mechanicalfield
groups that is designed to teachers: Mrs. M. Walker, wishes to thank themany the field he selected
: stress moral and spiritual Mrs. A.Martin,Mrs. Tooks, visitors, parents, participants before his enlistment. Airman
., values, community pride, Mrs. 0. Shell, second grade and friends who helped Vickers was a graduate from
and remaining In school. teacher, Mrs. G. Coachman, us to make the week a Miami Northwestern High
The Chapter sponsored sixth grade teacher, and success. School in June 1966.
some fifty boys as their
* *
guests. This was the initial i
\i effort. Special Service awards while cause. All Brothers ac- Airman Ransom Riley, son
: were given to the following tive and inactive are of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Riley ,
Jl :.t.- The program was presidedover coming
] ,,. frothers for service rendered of 2119 NW 59th St., entered
by Brother Ulysses forward to assist in raisingthe t
Cherry Brown, 14, a Girl Horne, Basileus. Brother As- to the Chapter: Brothers levels of aspiration of '1 the Air Force Nov. 10.He will
Scout who has encouraged trid Mack, offered the invocation Herbert Day, Johnny Davis our young boys, and will .t be assigned in the general
people in the community to Brothers Day, Harris John Pinckney, Benny 0'- work toward making them field, the field he selected
display the American flag on Berry, Elston Davis, Thomas before his enlistment. Airman
and Wright also took worthwhile members of this Airman Felix A. DeShazicr
holidays and who has put to part in the major part of the Sanders, Richard Harris, community. of 6812 NW 10th Ct., entered Riley was a graduate from
use her Girl Scout code in program. Van Robinson, Ulysses Miami Northwestern in June

her daily life, has received a The Rev. Eugene F.Gruell, Home, Edward Braynon, day. 1964.
merit' award from the fairy Past President of the Big William Haley, and Virgil SAVE UP TO 40% his basic training at Lack-
Council of South Florida.
Brothers Organization of Rogers. These awards were land Air Force Base, Texas. IL
The daughter of Mr and Miami was guest speaker. made by Brother Edward oN Then, he will be assigned in
Mrs. Jimmie Lee Brown of
437 NW 11th St., she has The Rev. Gruell gave a very Braynon, State Representative. Auto Insurance the general field, the field REGISTER NOW

been an honor roll student, Inspiring talk on the purposes Liability Physical he selected before his enlistment LITTLE FOLK PLAY
of the Airman DeShazicr wasa
Big Brothers.He
since seventh grade and was Damage
Music furnished graduate of Miami North SCHOOL
further challenged all was by a
as the'"Outstanding I
member" of her Reading clubat other organizations to take host of talented boys. Charles SR 22 Filing western Senior High In Juno 65,. 3290' NW 45'' STREET
Booker T. Washington Jr. up the cause just as Sigma Fortson, Edison Jr. High No Ont Refuses *. *
High School. Alpha is doing. School was featured vocalist. GOOD DRIVERSNo James Adams, of'1766 NW Miami, Florida
She is active in community' The Omega Man of the Edward Tynes, Martel Finance Chargeas 47th St. was recently promoted Nursery & KindergartenLicensed
volunteer work doing clerical Year Award was given post- Williams, Leon Meadows, to the rank of specialist by
duties for the Cerebral Palsy humously to Mrs. Terry and Ronald Henderson all as five in the Army Reserve. Florida State Welfare
Center and is now on a committee Parker, wife of the late of North Dade Jr. High 15% DOWN Adams is a member of the
to honor retured teach. Brother Terry Parker. The School provided instrumental 324th General Hospital which Call:
er during National education presentation was made by music. Mrs. Erslyn An- AT SHELL'S CITY meets on Wednesday even- 634-3044 or 635-5233
Week. Brother Elliott Scavella. Mr. ders, Music Teacher, was (So th Door) ings at the Kendall Armory,
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be sent to Agnes Ed- made by Brother An- other organization of this 5941 NW 7th
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__ THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 18, 1966 17 1

Spearing with......... f wildcats Ready For I

Looking .

r. .Rattlers/ In Homecoming I,

4'w.. SPORTS '

Game Saturday

I The Bethune Cookman of three South Carolina defenders
College Homecoming con- in the end zone
FF AND RUNNING AT TROPICAL PARK test against Florida A and allowing the Wildcats to up- BY LEO ARMBRISTER Over
M at 2 p.m. Saturday, November set the Bulldogs, 2H-26.
TURDAY 19 in Memorial Sta- The Plant City, Florida

Tropical Park will launch the earliest opening of a dium could turn out to be a twins who are each 6', 190
oroughbred racing season this Saturday,November 19.e real family battte:The Wildcats' pounds alternate at right
48-day meeting, usually scheduled to begin on first and second individual end. McClairen says "one RECOGNITION IN FOOTBALLA
anksgiving day, has been moved to this pass receiving leadersare end catch over his right
up Saturday Samuel select group of specialist in pro football is put-
and Daniel shoulder, the other over his I
accommodate the assignment of extra days devoted ting the "foot" back in football. .
Cooper, identical twins and left. With them playing the
[ charity and scholarship. the Rattlers' top defensive same position, I can use a Evidence is that more than two dozen field goals j
Saturday's feature event will be the 12th running halfback is their older brother variety of pass patterns." around the football circuit was the primary decision in
the $10,000 added Hurricane Handicap for three- Eddie Cooper. It will be Brother Eddie's most of the pro-action last Sunday.

ar.alds and older at six furlongs. So popular has this Samuel has grabbed eight job to defend against the Ironically, the most celebrated of all the kicking
ice proven with horsemen over the last decade that passes for 150 yards net and twins. He is an outstanding stars doesn't even have the least resemblance of a football

lie Tropical Park management has had to split this four touchdowns while defender, rated very high by player, he is a little 150 pounder, named Garo
Lent into divisions to handle the Brother Daniel has pulled in FAMU coaches. In 1965,
traffic. This year Yepremian, who kicked the Detroit Lions past the y
nine for
105 yards Samuel he led the team with five in-
Jiere is once again an almost overwhelming list of has picked up another 70 terceptions. He has already Minnesota Vikings 32-31, kicking six field goals on the

ominations including last year's winner Pollux ande yards ona tricky end around Intercepted five this season way.
runner-up to Pollux, the top sprinter Bay phantom. play.Samuel including four against Tennessee Other teams, which benefitted from the toe of their I
J Fans attending Tropical park will witness ,ra is said by Head. State. A versatile grid- specialist were the lost Angeles Rams, with a pair j

ing's first regular use of the famous Tartan synthetic coach Jack "Cy"McClalren der, Eddie played halfback, from Bruce Gossett; the San Francisco 49ers made 4
urface race track. This is the $1 million plus track lo- to be one theflnest"clutch" end and quarterback in high good of the three Tommy Davis contributed to tie the I

ated inside the conventional dirt oval that resembles receivers in the conference.In school. He won a scholar- Chicago Bears 30-30; one of these spectaculars came 4
turf and is the safest the Morris Brown game ship to FAMU as a quarter- with nine seconds and from 44
i course racing survace yet deve he caught two touchdown back. only to play yards out.

oped. passes, the first between two Speaking for the twins The Atlanta Falcons, who have not yet been registered -
Those in attendance at Tropical park will also be defenders; the second among Daniel said "we're looking on the winning side was not helped by the

ble to try their luck with the option twin double, the three defenders. In fact, says forward to this game. Our kicking of Lou Michaels of the Baltimore Colts, a full!

lull twin double, and the perfecta. The daily doubles Jack, "I didn't know he had oldest brother Carlton a time defensive end for the Colts, Michaels still found

'ill, as usual, be run on the first and second races. the ball until the official sig- FAMU graduate who time to kick four from 47, 45, 36 and 13 yards.
Post time throughout the meeting will be 1:15 nal went up." His most cele- played halfback with the Then there was Jim Bakken of the St. Louis Car-

ach afternoon with the daily double closing at 1:10. brated touchdown catch Rattlers will be here watch- dinals'who had intentions of kicking the Cards to vic-
came with a minute and three Ing. He taught all three of
tory as he quickly placed nine points on the board with
seconds to against South us how .to play football.
OLPHINS LOSE BUT NO DISGRACE Carolina. It was a fourth The twins are business loots of 37, 17 and 12 yards; but the Cards playing

Although there six down fake punt and pass that majors, Eddie is majoringin without Charlie Johnsontheir injured quarterback were
were interceptions made against
bounced Mathematics. unable to hold back the Steelers.
off the hands of
[he_Dolphins,.the_team. played! their hearts ,out in losing_ one Kicking is gaining much 'attention in the rugged
Ito Kansas city d4-lo. They made three interceptions sport and its prominence must be observed.
[which turned into points. After all,Kansas City is rated

las one of the strongest teams in the country. Jimmy, Rattlers Lose No. PAR AND BIRDIE ANNUAL "TURKEY; SHOOT"A
[Warren, Willie West and Earl Faison all interceptedpasses.

( All along, I have been writing that this isa SUCCESS

[newly formed organization and it takes time for them to 3 Face Bethune- The Annual Turkey' Shoot of the Par and Birdie

learn one another's plays. It seems in every one of ; Club was another of the club's specials, that tourna-

their games,one or two of the players receive a costly ment director, James Everett usually serves; as alwaysa

injury.Half of them are uncalled for.Two of them I have good time was had by all, whether or not they were

seen on television where there was no instant replays Cookman SaturdayBATON able to shoot within range of the turkey.

shown. Every other play or so,they showed the viewers. Those who were able to down a turkev with their

I< it because,some dirty play was attached' to it? The HOUGE, La. it over from there.' sharp shooting were in the "A division"James, 'Everett
AFL Commissioner should look into it. I can understand Florida A. & M. University After both teams were un- and Dennis Peak with a handicapped 66 and 69 re

a player injuring a leg, an ankle or other parts of the jumped to a 13-0 first quarter able to move the ball on their spectively.The .
body, but when players receive broken jaws and busted lead but couldn't hold next series of downs, Southern "B Division"was headed by Kelly Wilson witha

cheek bones sidelining them for the season,something back a determined Southern the backed the Rattlers Intoa handicapped 64 and Eddie Smith and Booker, T. .
team In
University second -
should be corner at their own five-- with 66's.EXCELSIOR .
done about it, especially when an official half as they dropped a yard line with a fine punt Hayes
stands right there and overlooks it. Going back to the 17-13 decision Saturday A. & M. was unable to move
game, the first half, the Dolphins were behind 31-10 night. the ball and the ensuing punt LEAGUE NINTH WEEK STANDINGSTEAM

the second half, they outplayed the Chiefs., The Dol- The Rattlers tooka quick came to a rest on FAM U's WON LOST PINS
two-touchdown when
phins have improved in every game they played so 44.
Hubert Ginn went 85 yards The Five Summersetts 21 15
far. Southern marched the dis- 22868
This Sunday, Nov. 20th, they play the N. Y. Jets,
who have been having.their ups and downs lately.There- with the opening kickoff and tance to ties the score, with Packer Pontiac 21 15 21794
fore then after an exchange of the big play six-yard aerial The Olympics 20 16 22281
I look
for the Dolphins to upset them. The last
he capped a 51-yard
from Williams to & Fonda
Maples. Hagan No. 1 19 17 23699
time they met the here lost of 19-
Jets they by a score
drive with a one yard plungefor James Samples booted the Yale Cobras 19
j Organ 17 22586
14. This was the Dolphins second regular game of the another touchdown. The
after the
point were
9 to 9 TV Drive In 19 17 21672
year. Since then, they are a greatly improved team. big play In the second touch- ahead to stay.In Bowlers
Pro Shop 18 18 23599
Coach George Wijson. his staff and players need this I down march was a 51-yard the fourth quarter an
Metzers pro Shop 18 18 22742
game. The following week here in Miami they play i pass from Ken Riley to A. &M.drive was stopped on
James Long. Hagan & Fonda No. 2 18 18 21965
Boston. its own 45. On the attempted
The will be televised by WCKT,
game The two teams fought to punt a bad South Tucker's Famous FoodslS 18 21555
channel snap gave
7 at 12:30 WIOD will broadcast the
at 12:15 p.m. game 4 even terms the remainder of ern the ball on the Rattler Cloverleaf Sport Shop 17 19 22871
p.m.NAYS t the first half with neither team nine, but three plays netted New Frontier 17 19 22466

posing a serious threat. nothing for the Jaguars and Metropolitan Cleaners 17 19 21838
SWAMPS ATTUCKSSM However, the partisan Samples kicked a 23-yard Bowe's Barber Shop 17 19 20810
crowd was quickly broughtto field
Quarterback three three touchdown goalA. Thompson Texaco 15 21LEO's 22005
Clarence Patterson life in the second halt .. & M. just one threat In
passes and his sub Jack Adams fired two long Aaron Hurd took the kickoff the second half, but fumble SPORT WORLD 14 22 20555
TDs as unbeaten High routed Attucks, 60-6 at the second half
Mays starting halted it at the Jaguar 27.
: Pro Shop 1073
Harris Field in Homestead Saturday night. and raced 59 yards to the Riley was the leading rush. ;
FAMU 17 before being haul New Frontier, 1071; The Five Summersetts, 1034.
Patterson tossed 32 yards to Albert Hannah the( er for the Rattlers with 36
trst time Mays had the ball. Before the night was over ed down. yards.
>e hit Ron McGregor with 40-yard touchdown and A five-yard penalty stalled TEAM HIGH THREE GAME: Bowler's Prop Shop,
fired for pass the Jaguars for a moment, FAM U travels Daytona 3012; New Frontier, 2930; Hagan and Fonda No.1 ,
50 yards to Carl Morgan. but quarterback Joe Williams Beach next Saturday for a 2910.
Adams' payoff throws were 30 yards to Hannah ando hit Elmo Maples witha game with the Jkthune-
to McGregor. interceptionun 21-yarder to the oneyardline Cookman The
Ted Lyons' 90-yard pass Tigers. Rattlers INDIVIDUAL HIGH GAME: Archie Rrown., 268,
was the longest play of the high-scoring night. and Robert Holmes took are 4-3 for the season. -- -
Dave Boone, 261; Billy Johnson, 261.
Otis Mangrum scored twice on three-yard line smashes DILLARD UPSETS NORTHWESTERN
and Frank Albert from the three.
ran over INDIVIDUAL HIGH THREE GAME: Willie L. Wright ,
Mays is now 9-0. Northwestern lost its second game of the season
last Friday night in Ft. Lauderdale. Dullard surprised 683, Leander Phillips 672; Johhny Harvey, 664.

OOKER when they shut-out Northwestern 9-0 by scoring
a touchdown and field goal in the last quarter. TOP TEN AVERAGERS: James Thomas, 188; Wil-
Booker T. Washington rebounded from its loss to lie Robinson, 183; Eddie Way, 182; Oswald Smith 181;

Mays last week by whipping Blanche Ely, 32-13, hee MUHAMMAD ALI STILL CHAMPIt Willie Nicholson, 180; Tommy Jackson 180, Johnny

Friday night. Leading the attack was quarterback took Muhammad All seven minutes, eight seconds Harvey, 178; Dave Boone, 178; Frank Southward, 176;
.oodrow Green.who completed 11 of 13 pass attempts to defend his heavyweight title Monday, stop- Alvoid James, 175.AUTO.
'ncluding three for touchdowns. ping Cleveland Williams in the third round. It's true

Green led the attack with 224 passing yards. His when Ali says he is the greatest. Williams had been

ouchdown passes were 13 to Frank Lewis, 25 to Frank down for the count four time; three in the second

ownsley and 30 to Dwight Moss. and once in the third when the referee though itwas

time to stop the fight, Ali winning by a TKO. Williamswas INSURANCECheck

bledding profusely from the nose and mouth. It was
CORAL ow sew, lower rate and eat? financing
GABLES QUARTERBACK STARS all one sided. Williams hardly landed a punch on the IMMEDIATE SRs22 FILING

Everybody is talking about Coral Gables greatjunior fast moving All. Age told in this fight; Ali 24, Williams Briny this ad to our office and receive a free gift
touchdown passes 33. A record indoor crowd of 33,460 witnessed the fight.It .
quarterback who threw three
last week to beat Miami High, the No. 1 team in the seems that Ali is king for a long time to come. All D. Goodman and Son, Inc.

late. Craig Curry played third string quarterback for has been the busiest heavyweight champ since Joe "Insurance, Real Ettate, Mortf,"

raz Powell as a sophomore, at Carver High last year. Lewis. He says he is ready for Ernie Terrell who is Bu..... member All People Democratic Club

he sharp passing field, general hit on TD passes ol :supposed, to be set for a bout with him Feb. '6th at.an 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380

]'1. 81,and 25 yards.. 1 1I undetermined site. .. .... .. ....,...
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Frid y November, 1966, _

II Gross Roofs Effort Theme Of Housing Rally 4150 NO NW QUALIFYING 15 AVENUENo LOW LOW PRICE

796 NW 55th Terrace
By JOHN C. BORDEN tion, he said, "We must organize If Negroes are qualifiedto war is loaded on the backs Loan Cost
for change. If you use complicated weaponsof of the people. But we will Vacant, move right into Right party can buy
Under the bright lightsof talk as one Individual, they destruction in Viet Nam, have the last word. $25 Billion this lovely CBS. $93.86
Manor the baseball Park diamond at laugh at you. If you take why aren't they qualified to a year is spent in Viet per mo. pays everything. this at bargain price.
over 100people 150 people with you, they drive garbage trucks In Mi- Nam for destruction. How * * * $200 down, $75 month
were entertained and stirred
do something about it. We ami? much can we spend in Amer- .
by lively music, freedom will dream forever if we do "We live under a system ica to help people?We built $350 Down CALL:
songs, and speeches at the nothing about it." devised by the few to con- America. Are we to stand idly No Qualifying
housing rally called by Miami J. L. Chatmon, Pres. of trol the masses. They divide by and let our hopes and 2151 NW 46th Street 377-9902 OR 866-6886
Chapter of Southern Miami Chapter of S.C.L.C. and rule. Today is the dayto dreams go by? It is time Vacant.. Move In.
ference.Christian Leadership Con said, "Many people, victimsof get together. The price of for us to unite. We have
a vicious system do not food is going up. Rents are the ballot, and our voices,
"How long must we have money for a down pay increasing. The cost of the and our feet." '
dream asked Nathaniel ment to buy an F.H.A. financed -
Mosby, standing on the home. Quoting Mar-
green grass near home plate. tin Luther King, Jr.,he said,
He emphasized the need for '"We can't lift ourselves up 101 SALE ARCOLA LAKE!!
decent schools, housing,and
by our boot straps if we dont
decent jobs. "A journey of have boots." Seller Pays closing costs. $500 down. $96
1000 miles begins with the there rt4'r tLots15,16,, 17,F 18,4A1k, Fla
"They say are jobsif mo. room, sprinklers, carpeting, stove.
first step at home, he said. the Negro Is qualified," ?' '% Inlet Dry, River I T'''' ,
Minimum housing codes ; Also on Lake Open 2t116
he continued. 40 cent '
per rWesi; mBeochvf; ; ; ;
mean nothing if not enforced.
When of Americans who are dyingin 1060 NW 85th St. FHA, $700 down
sewage you runs flush down a the toilet street., the Viet Nam are Negroes. >, Consult ,H\E. S.Vo .. R eres S' t r t? r"; 8343 NW 12th Ave. FHA, $600 down

Asking for grass roots ac- The frUemi CLARK-GRELLNER REALTORSMU


( New)
Ford Real Estate SpecialsOPEN .
$400 DownNoClosing I 1
,. PL I-$1S4 Cost SATURDAY & SUNDAY L ; !

BeowtlM Built ."" Yw H..L.t.. $76 Per Month ((1)) 235 NW 48th St. $200 down. $77 mo. .-. --...... -.... ..

,NOw. ((2)) 1861 NW' 42nd St. Duplex. Move rightIn. OPEN SUNDAY ALL DAY
i Attractive Alter .

.L.t U. D..II.h 2050 NW 96 STREET ((3)) 2192 NW 92nd St. Duplex, live rent Corner 3 bedroom CBS, tile roof, enclosed .front

H.Your.... end Worn au..Out.. free. porch, near Manor Park, buses, stores and
schools. Pay $750 down and take FHA
L.y.l ly Hew Horn over payments
((4)) 1360 NW 51st Terr. $300 down $70
Cell Ue for Poets Abut OWNER 758-8749 mo. or $94 month pays all.

Building ((5)) 1370 NW 86th St. $300 down, $73 mo.
((6)) 1420 NW 39th st. $300 down, move
Corner CBS, fenced double lot
awnings, |la-
busied windows, air conds., garage, wall to
Inc.Liceased ((7)) 1821 NW 53rd Terr.-$600 down. $30 wk. wall carpeting, stove and r. rlg.rator. $750
(mured CBS Homes down and takeover FHA payments of $96 mo.
3 bedroom home.
.... ... pays all.
N. 179th Str.
MlomlFlorida ((8)) 1534 NW 44th St. $100 down. $22 wk.

Drastically Reduced ((9)) 755 NW 59th St. $200 down, $22 wk. THIS IS A VERY BIG BARGAINCBS

tile roof, awnings, Flo
.A LOTS $100 DOWN $$$$ SAVE $$$$ ((10)) 2025 NW 91st St. Duplex. $350 down. room, stove and refrig. Price spearate only $8,500 garage,FHA

5CM40'. Ont family site $85 mo. See this beauty. with $300 down and $52 .Olt Don't miss thlsl

next to 7762 NW 14th Ct, .. n "Ie ,... "1! I'' .," ?'!:: Miami. SEE:' 339 NW 39 ST. ';I'I": '. \i ".;It!I. ,W;' .T'lj t; VERY GOOD BUY '- 3 BEDROOM CBS

eo H.r"\'JI''i W7th'.C'" I "'I 't' .. Fla room, joloutie windows, refinished hardwood
70'x88.6' Duplex lot. Mia- 2 bedroom, large ) NW, 22I, '''IS i I floors, freshly painted stove and refrigeratorlargo -
mi. NW 12th PI. Between lot. FHA price is $12,000, $400 down and
79th & 81 st. living room, diningroom ATTENTION VETERANS$100 DOWN $74 month. Vacant. Wo have key.l

Fla room, oak
Hyde Park Hallondale lot. OVER 200 HOMES FOR SALE
60M40'. Beautiful one family. floors., Low, Low
SW 26th st. Between prices. FORD REAITYJNC Broker Like new duplex, 2 bedrooms each side, jalousie
46&48ave. windows, appliances, best location, near stores ,
3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595 schools, b..... Owner will sell for FHA valuation
ALL LOTS $100 DOWN $2,500 DOWN and pay closing costs, tool I

$40.00 MONTH
MO 7.1304 or 754-4.... 758-8749 ___- I -_ Beautiful 3 bedroom CBS, 2 lots, corner, tile
-- roof, separate garage, wall to wall carpeting,
fenced yard, awnings, Fla room, Urge custom
PASS BY 1724 NW 93 ST. Beautiful 2 bedroom built mitchen, modern appliances, cement kiddie
,....KING SIZE IDYS... Fla room, porch, garage' 'fenced, appliances., pool, $16,000 with $600 down and $98 month.

+ port. landscaped $350 down, $10,500 FHA. $87 Duplex, beautiful 2 bedrooms each side, screened
115 NW 56 STREET : .o. 'pays all. back porch, terrazzo floors, reverse cycleair

: Large 3 bedroom, extra large Flo room. Refrigera .... conditioners, stoves, refrigerators, carpeting
tor, stove and oth.r extras. ... SIlO DOWN, $78 MONTH. 2 bedroom, .screened Everything like mewl! $18,000 FHA $800 dawn
+ + porch, carport, barrel! tile roof, terratzo floors. and $107 month.
2320 NI1181 STREET
$12,500 FHA.
i Above average, custom built 2 bedroom, 2 bath, CORNER 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH CBS

spacious Fla room, garage, central heat, air con $250 DOWN. $64 MO. 2 bedroom, dining room, BEAUTIFUL!

ditioner, + utility room, appliances, $10,500 FHA. Tilt roof, awning windwos, fenced yard, patio,

+ awnings. Nsar buses, schools, shopping. FHA
1726 NW 93 STREET 4
NO QUAU FYING. 3 BEDROOM. Fla room, din. price is $15,500 with $500 down and .$100 mo.
12 bedroom beauty, fenced, all mica kitchen, so. ing room, garage, carport, $2,000 down, $12,000 This is a luxury home in a fine neighborhood.
... parate garage, patio. + total, close in.

2300 N',Y 89 TERRACE NO QUALIFYING. $900 DOWN. Fenced corner,
t 2 bedroom beauty, $10,000 total. $83 Front house has 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, jalousie
Large corner lot, 2 bedroom, fenced, carport, + m>> pays
windows built-in
all. kitchen like
new appliances
stove, refrigerator, drapes, pump. .
rear house is same with one bathroom.
A 1837 NW 84 STREET 4 FENCED CORNER BEAUTY. $6,900 all cash. Fenced wall to wall carpeting, air conditioners
t Partly (urn. 1 bedroom. Fla room, large living FHA price $16,500, $600 down and $99 month.
2 bedroom Fla air conditioner
special .
room, room and large kitchen. Utility room, awnings ,
pump and well, 'enc.. Total $10,500 FHA. patio. WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES

553 NWSB ST. & 5814 NW 5 CT. i $1,000 down. $12,000 total. 3 bedroom and 1 DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFYWE

+ 2 buildings on one lot. Good rental income bedroom, separate meter i. HAVE VERY GOOD INCOME PROPERTY

t Priced to sell. $7500. WE HAVE MANY MORE LISTINGS








jj I THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday; November 1B. 1966 19

CLASSIFIED I ADS I South Florida Conference Laymen'- I




FOR SALE FOR SALENo FOR West, The South Mrs. Irene L. Taylor,con- with honors given the leader -
SALENew Florida Conference A.M.E. ference president,moved with of those faithful boys and

1602 NW 82nd street qualifying, 2 bedroom duplex, live rent free in laymen met In their last quar- assurance through her well girls who stood for dignity

total price $12,000 only CBS plus carport, Fla room t close location, call JE 1-6902. terly session for this current planned agenda. Mrs. Mary and integrity of their race.

$400 FHA down and $94 mo. pays near buses and shopping conference year, Oct. 30, at Colden gave the recordingsof Mesdames Ellen Bowe,
3 bedroom CBS, fully center, schools. Drive by 836 Your Dream House Bethel A.M.E. Church of the previous meeting. Lay- Christia Lee Cooper, BerniceS.
all wall to wall) carpet, NW 49th St. Then call Fen- Overlooking beautiful Cravero which Rev. B.L. Davis la men's philosophy was dis- Henderson and Mr. St.

fum awnings, this Is a wonderfulbuy ster Realty, broker, PL 9- Lake. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, pastor, Rev. F.A. Allen, presiding cussed by the laity. Mr. Willie Elmo Greauz, delegates to
and a must see. Driveby 8779. sunken living room, full dining I elder and the Right Scott remarked about lay the last state conclave gave

then call me. A. Ben-Kori, room, eat-in kitchen. Utility- Rev. E.C. Hatcher, presiding leadership and stewardship.This their reports In written cop-
Realtor, 612 NW 60th St. Call 2 bedroom CBS, FHA, $350 room, and garage, fenced prelate. opened the avenues for ies passed to the assembly.A .

nytim, 751-2243. down payment, just renovated backyard ,well, pump and Eight chartered buses all gathered to present their standing ovation was giv-

-- inside and out. Sellers pay sprinkler only $2500. Call R. ,from the various districts versions. en these people for their ded-
Best in Town Buy closing costs. Drive by 910 A. Mueller, PL 12401. carried numerous laymenand Reports of the various icated servicex.

3 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS with NW 49th St. Then call Fen- NW friends to this great meet- committees were made as
Fla. room. This is really the ster Realty, PL 9-8779. 1863 91st St. Income Ing. Among the district presidents follows: Mr. J.A. Baldwin, Visitors in attendance at

best buy in town, FHA terms, property. 2 houses. 3 bedroom I and officers of the conference chairman of sick committee; this meeting were: Mrs. Da-

$14,400, $450 down, only New Genie Homes Just and effcy. FHA $15,000 in attendance were: Mrs. Bernice Henderson, act- vis, mother of Mrs. Taylor;

$100 down to vets or expressway completed. 3 bedroom, 2 $48.50 down and $91 per mo. S.T. Piper, Ft. Pierce District Ing time and place com- Revs. W.J. Allen, L.R.

people.' Payments less bath, built-in range-oven, only ; Zack Ferguson, MI- mtlee, and Mrs. Lula Baldwin Brown, J.C. Ramsey and a
than $100 month includes $15,900. Down payment 10% House. NW 2 bedroom, large I ami District; Mrs. Irene L. chairman of laymen young minister from Paine

everything. This is in perfect or by arrangement. Drive by Fla room, CBS, by owner, Taylor, conference presi- directory committee. The Chapel, West Palm Beach.

condition, carporte, awnings, 1954 NW 41st St. and 1034 757-6507 dent; Willie Scott, vice pres.; deadline for filing names of Special mention was made f
utility room, drive by 830 NW NW 51st St. Then call Fen- Mrs. Mary T. Colden, re- the different churches to be of two blind laymen who t

84th St. see it and you will Realty; broker- PL 9-8779.. 3 bedroom CBS house,Cement I cording secy,; Mrs. Louise placed In the directory Is the made their way to this meet-
buy. Call me, A. Ben-Kori, -- 5th In Ing. Donations were sent to
Sunday Januray,
carport, small down Byrd, financial sec'y.; E.J.
Realtor, 612 NW 60th St. Call Alex 1967 with to ill members of the conference -
2 bedroom on one payment, no qualifying or White, chaplain; Mrs. Va-' partial reports
anytime 751-2243. side, large living room, .din- closing charges, straight first linda Waters,treasurer;Mrs. be turned in at the Annual who have worked un-
ing room, plus 1 bedroom Conference, November 26, tiring for the cause. The first
efficiency mortgage, move right in, 3615 Lila D. Hodgins, director, '
Something Special another side NW 214th 1966.A quarterly meeting for 1967
completely St. 6851224. N 25.Nv.25. of lay activities; Mrs. Ann
Total price $18,000 only will be held the 5th
furn. air cond., FHA Smith, dlrectorwomen'.auxllIary poem dedicated to the
11,500 down. No qualifying terms, a very good deal, only Mrs. Terra Toles Y nine boys and girls in LIt- January at St. James
for this beau'y, 2,bed., 2 bath, ; A.M.E. Church N. Miami
$350 down payment. Seller FOR P. directress John tle Rock, Arkansas,was read '
RENT ; ,
rental unit in rear
CBS plus pays closing costs. Drive by parliamentarian and Mrs. ,by Mrs. Fannie A. Moses, District, Miami, Fla
that will rent for $100 mo. 10 NW 68th Terr. Luxury house. $27 per week. ,
Then callFenster I
Bernice S. Henderson
is 40 ft. long.
Living room
six old..A must Realty, broker, PL CBS, 2 bedroom, apt. $22. of public relations. 'I
years 9-8779. State Is Day
Nice 1 bed. Attorney
see, 1875 NW 90th St., only duplex. Apt $19. Prior to the business
Nice 1 bed. CBS, apt. $17.50. session the laymen were
down drive by then ,
$1,500 ,
call me. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor cellent Have 3 deals.duplexes No, qualifying.CBS, ex-, Corner Good 2 1 bed.bed., rear CBS house duplex$22. served a tasty menu by the Speaker At Bethel A.M.E. I

751-2243. apt. gracious and hospitable people
Call broker right now, MartinM. fe H
$19 week: of Bethel and West.
Berney, 624-6983. Sunday, November 20
FHA Terms --- CBS, 1 bed. duplex apt. $19. Rev. Davis, local minister,, will be a red letter day at

5661 NW 6th Avenue $100 down, VA & FHA. New 1 bed. porch plus.Duplex apt. and Mr. Zack Ferguson,district Greater Bethel A. M. E.

FHA $15,000 veterans $100 listings. 2-3-4 bedroom CBS. $19.LIBERTY. president extended wel- Church for the men of the

down, this is lovely 2 bed-, Like new. Call broker right RENTAL AGENCY come greetings. This was fol- congregutioa Through out
room, 2 bath, CBS home with now. Martln'M. Bemey, 624- 2020 NW 62nd street lowed by a fervent devotional the church will celebrate
6983. 633-7809 by Mr. E.J.'White, Men's with outstanding
large Fla room, great big Day an -
Come into our office and wt chaplain. The congregation
eat-in kitchen, full garage, program consisting of
beautiful lot 75x125. A must Have Several Houses will show you a good apt. joined in singing the laymen Miami's best talent and a

see Drive by, then 'cal1 me. Low down payments. Low song. men's chorus directed by Percy -
A. Ben-Kori, realtor, 612 NW monthly payments. No qualifying Rooms. Men only to live rea- H Sharpe. Chairman WIl-.
60th St call anytime 751- call broker right now. sonable, call 759-3360. any bur Ellison has announcedthat
2243.Only 450 down Martin M. Berney, 624-6983, time.. Prefer mornings or evenings HELP HELP HELP the well-known and re- r

REV. ROOSEVELT spected State Attorney Rich-
FHA Terms 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room, Modem furn. room with extra ard E. Gerstein will be the

5633 NW 6th Ave. Only garage, beautiful $450 down. large clothes closet.Including FRANKLINof speaker for the Morning I

$12,000, only $400 down. FHA financing one mortgage. kitchen facilities. Man pie- Macon, Ga. Service which begins at ttt
4 bedroom, one bath, beaufi- Call brother, Martin M. Ber- ferred. Call 754-1452. DIVINESPIRITUAL 11:00 o'clock. He wil beDre- .t
ful wall tcTwall'carpet. Very ney, 6246983. ". ___ ':t HEALER seated by the church's pas Attorney Gersteln has been'

spacious home, very clean Room. $10 week. Utilitiesfree. Jesus is truly rEV Iii, victory tor, Rev. S. A. Cousin. re-elected to his present po-
wonderful for large family or Move Right In 476 M NW 22nd Ave. to many many people's. A Musical and Literary sition three times since com I
rooming house. A. Ben-Kori, No qualifying, lovely 2 bed- 759-9563. problems. Program will be presented ing to office in 1956. He Is a
Realtor 612 room, 1 bath, closed front SUCCESS; CAN BE YOt/RS for the Service.
NW 60th St. Call See or write me tod.y. I Evening Law School graduate of the
anytime 751-2243. porch, Fla room, also rear Cottage in rear, 1137 NW 48th have a special message for The program is being di- University of Miami and a

room. Refinished, fenced st. Partly fum. couple or sin- every troubled soul. Last rected in army style with the World War recipient of the

$9,000 Total awnings, landscapted, reasonable I gle. See after 4 p.m. All da y- wetk many, many peoplewere pastor serving as Comman- Distinguished Flying Cross, '

FHA terms only $300 down & down payments. Call ':Sat. &; Sun. T F helped by my special der-In-Chief, Wilbur Ellisonas Air Medal and Purple Heart.
broker right now to see this. selected Bible reading, Chief of Staff and the following
$70 He holds the dirtinction of
mo. for this 2 .
Martin M. 624-6983. to be read on Special Day
bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, 2138 :2 bed. big living room,kitchen, If[ you want to be delivered persons serving as being the youngest man ever
NW 85th St. Drive by then 1767 NW 93rd St. 'and bath, unfurn. $85 mo., quickly. Send $1.00 and Generals: John Goldsmith, .elected to this office and re-

call me. A. Ben-KoriRealtor, Spacious 3 bed. CBS, beau 2272 NW 41st St. 888-6643. stamped, self-addressed Edward Cherry, Buster Me- I ceived the highest vote ever
751-2243. envelope to: Fadden, James Wilcox, i I cast. In 1957 he was selected
tiful furn. Large Fla. room. Store with apt. suited for REV. ROOSEVELT Waiters Hicks and others. ,i as Miami's OutstandingYoung I

$1 0,5 00 FHA Only 759-8741.14,900. Spitzer.. Realtors,'professional use6930290. FRANKLIN They are back by fifty-two Man and one of five

1240 NW 31st St., bedroom, 630: MORROW AVE. colonels. I In the State of Florida.
1 bath CBS, this is nice, 2 bedroom modern frame furn. Ibed. fum. $19 wk/3048 NW Macon,Ga., Phone Sll. 5-6473
only $350 down, and $74 mo. real forsomewith good 67th St. Key with Mrs. Nelson You will get these
A buy
Pays all.Vets next door, or call 444- SPECIAL SELECTS D HIBLC
only $100 down
credit $300 needed. widow 6126. 442-2824. VERSES BY Hr 11 "N.!MAIL
drive :
by then call me. A. will sacrifice. Call 691-1503. Eves EDISON 1 1
Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 NW 60 --.-. SpecialsOPEN i
St. 751-2243. 1 bedroom, one bath. Rent
--- 2279 N'V 74th Street $22 wk.7648 NW 17th PI. Key PAN AMERICAN
3 bedroom, CBs, tile bath, with Mrs. Davis in rear or
No 1730 NW 85th St. :eat-in kitchen, Fla roomnearbus. call 444-6126.Eves: 442-2824. WORLD AIRWAYS AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
qualifying, this is 2 homes | City watercounty taxes.
both CBS, a real bargain, total 'Total price $13,8CO. $450 ----- 4100 NW l ht AVENUENO
price 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS house The World's Most
$13,500 and
only $86.53 FHA
down open
( ,
unfurn.$27 wk. Key with Mrs.
down. A sood deal. time Experienced Airline
:2 til 5 sat. & Sun.
Drive by then call me. A. I|by appointment, 691-4282., Davis in rear or call 444-6126. B.autlfullarg. CBS, 3 bedroom, 2 bath home, garage -
Ben-Kori, Realtor, 751-2243. Eves. NOW tile roof, sprinkler system On corner.

-- 3 lots on corner, 50x110.( NW Fum. apt. with yard, reason- Must be sold.DRIVE .
BUYER!! we nav several homes for people Mr. Gordon, 665-6870. TF
who are selling their homes to To Fly All ,

Urban-Renewal or express- $100 down vets. CBS modern Six Continents ((1)) 7611 NW 6th Cf.- No qualifying. Large 3 bedroom -

St.way.5 (Drive by 546 NW 44th style with completely fenced I keep infants and toddlers home with cottage 'in rear, carport. Near
bedroom home. 524 NW yard. $10 full price. $73.00 Will Ph. 6351631. be single 21 thr
44th pick up. MUST Age school .and transportation Small down
St. 2 payment.
351 bedroom, Fla room,pmonth. No closing cost. Biscayne 26; height! 5'3" to 5'9"
NW 45th St. 2 houseson Inc. Broker, .
Realty, Weight 105 to 140 pounds.Good
nice lot. 3255 NW 5th 759-8600. Will take very good care of health. Good vision. ((2)) 410 NW 45th St. $400 dowi, FHA, CBS, 3

Ave. 3 bedroom CBs and yOur child in my home. 759- Must be High School graduate bedroom, 1 IJi bath house with large Fla room

many other good bargains. $100 down vets. CBs with 8335. (two y.ar-s- college plus cottage.

Call Fenster Realty, broker:large kitchen, oak floors, aired). Knowledge of

PL 9-8779. $10,500 full price $77 mo. Childcare and ironing to take for.lgn language. ((3)) 721 NW 47th Terr. No qualifying. $1500

Parts No closing costs. Biscayne, home. Call 691-5940. down $75 Neat aid clean.
off a 47 up to 55 Chev. 7598600.No Deceive $301.50 per month mo.
Realty, Inc. Broker,
truck. Front end $35. Tires 8 while training. After year,

hole lugs $30. Transmission, $500 down. HELP WANTED 1425 per month plus addi- .. ((4)) 6733 NW 2nd Ct. New CBS duplex, 2 bedroom -
4 qualifying. tional I
I compensations. 3C
shift cond.
A-one each side' terrazzo floors.
with pa room ,
$83.31 CBS
$50. 51 mOo days paid vacation p.
snug nose GMC tractor -
Needs on corner. No red tape. Movein. Ladies-Fill wig orders at y.ar.

has all 4 new little tires repairs.3oo no. 720. Biscayne Realty, Inc. home.No outside work. Salary. WE HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES,

Also 2 wheel trailer, frame Broker, 759-8600. Write Joseph Wigs, 1203 E. MIAMI INTERVIEWS FHA TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.YOU .
Chelten. Philadelphia, pat Tu.sday, Nov. 22
J7feet long 40. 7552 NW"th
Ave. 1-7474. price $7500. $75 per mo. 2 --- -- CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
at work OX
For Interview Appointment
room, large lot. $100 DOWN IF YOU
bedroom, Fla ARE A VET OR BEING
2 3 bedroom CBS,extra lot PERSONALRefined CALL PAN AM 637-2778

2000. Lot 501650.. House call 758-5400. gentleman, middle- Or apply at Florida Slate
new 7195 NW 15th O. Need age, steady income, wish to Employment Office 14 N E1st
money. Baron JE 8-1340. -1621-NW-58th St. House on meet lady up to 40 and 50, Avenue, Miami. EDISON REALTY, Realtors
-- who will make wife
a ,
:; .$25OOO 'bit lot. Rented' for $15 a wJu,, complexion no object ion'.Write 'An EqualOpportunity
Vi cash
4950. 175 N.W. 62nd St
Net $5,000 Per Year'I Total price owner in Hollywood. R. Reid, O.D. Mian P.O.', Employer 7512441i
12 New Apts. 'down.Call Los Angeles, Calir" .
Call PL 1-2768.

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.20- THE MIAMI TIMES,,Friday. November 18.1966. *''M t __ .. __'

'3-'i p'ists-"Ge'-"d, ; EON -Officials November Is 'Notional

I at Headstart

Verdict Shocks VictimThree Conference Month For 8,000

Top echelon officials of Employing the theme obviously needs security.The (1) current payment of premiums
rapists were given "Yes sir, I want them the Economic Opportunity "Who Needs Security unique ability of life (2) designation of
the death penalty in Fort fully punished for what they Program Inc., which fights of Negro Insurance to protect againstthe proper beneficiaries (3)pro
Lauderdale trial last week, did," she replied. the war on poverty In Dade owned 8,000 agents companies ,will re- financial distress of per names on policies (4))
but the 18yearoldvictim ane said Saturday, "I was,- changes In family status or
County, and the Dade County view the protection untimely death, Illness or accident -
denied Saturday she ever said n't thinking of the electric insurance
name due to births, deaths,
school system have gone be- is the solution to
4 million
she wanted them to die wanted
I just meant I themto
to Denver, CoL, to paticl- tween November, and December problem of security for most marriages or divorce, and
She was repeatedly asked be punished. I did'nt expect pate in Head Start Confe- 3.H.H. families who must take care (5) designation of settlement
during cross examination by that verdict (death).. rence from November 13 to Southall, presidentof of both present and future options. Agents will also
I was shocked by it.Eddie .
defense attorney J. Leonard 18. the National Insurance needs of current income, counsel on such matters as
Fleet if she wanted the youthsto Among them, traveling as Association, proclaimed the Southall said.National policy loans and repayments,
die, the girl said, and she and will review
guests of the Office of Economic period November 1, to Dec- Service Monthis present cov-
replied. she wanted them pun I .M Opportunity in Wash- ember 3, as National Ser- not primarily a sales pro- erage against the family's
ington, are: Richard Weath- vice Month. He said the a- motion, he pointed out, but actual needs.
one point, Fleet in- erley, EOPI executive director -: gents representing 45 mem- an agent would be derelictin
quired: "Is it your desire ; Shirley Zoloth, the ber companies theassocia- his professional responsi- The National Insurance
that the jury should make a EOPI's director education, tion, will contact insured families bility if he saw a need for Association is regarded as
decision of death?" Mrs. Leslie Danford, EOPI, in major markets in protection and did not offer the most Important Negro
Director of the Child Oppor- 25 states. to meet it The month was business group. Its members
tunity Program; and How The agents will recall the conceived as a period when have $390 million in assets.
..ard D. MacMillan, assistant annual associationwidesales every family would be con- and provide over $2.2 billion -
IASmiling superintendent of Dade effort of last spring tacted in order to check their protection. Each year,
Cashier's Training' County Schools. with thetheme"Security,who policies and coverage. It is they put $80 million into the
needs it?" The question therefore a public service for economy inbenefits,salaries,
Institute Student "GET LUCKY"with touches the foundations of already insured.; wages,and payments for operational -
the famUyandsoc1etySouth- The points agents will emphasize costs.They are also
a CALCULATEDHOT hall said, because everyone Southall said, are investors in private and goPoster's
Lee 1>ltt- LUCKY RELEASEfor
Of The Week man popular local businessman Won., Wed., or Sat.
Is the new own- Send only $1 Cash Dep.
er of the Dive-Inn Bar to Join Our Lucky Wig Club
1772 NW 79th St. Phone REFUND H DISPLEASED
(191-9431. He Invite all SEND STAMPED"i ADDRESSED ENVELOPEfor
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I was born in Berkeley
County, South Carolina in
1938, I was raised on a farm
with four sisters and two
brothers. I had a very wonderful -
childhood, even tho' my
father died when I was quite
young. Money was very hardto
get. But we managed quite

attended Bonneau Elem.
and Russellville High schoolsin
St. Stephen S. Carolina.I .
was married at sixteen,
and now have three'wonderful I,
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high school am now education.I employed. as a MON.10-9 THRU SAT. NO EMERGENCY NOT GOING OUT OF BUSINESS 5;;b Y

hairdresser. But would like a
higher standard job and one
with a more secure future.
While listening to progress 4 Foam Sectional
report on the radio one pc.
morning, I heard one of the
instructors from Cashier
Training Institute tell of the
things they were doing to
help people who wanted to
better themselves. I thought, :!!I1'I'r
if they can do all these .
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Sol went to seethrm.\ talked! i iS
to the director. She greetedme
with the most warm and
pleasing smile and made me
feel very good. We discussedthe }
many trades and their
usues. After careful thought
I chose the IBM Key Punch
course because I felt that
this would offer me a more kr
secure future and it is a great

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better yourself for the fu-
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the help of our instructorMrs.
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Beck. am sure that with a .
little effort, you too can geta I +
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q good paying job with a REVERSIBLE

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