The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 25, 1966
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Vo. Vol. 44, No. 14 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1966 20 PAGES \5,

3 Charged With. 1962 Murder J


Three men were arrested by drowning. Investigators is being sought New York.
last Wednesday and charged believed the Aerodex mechanic
with first degree murderin had committed sui Sgt. Beck theorized that
the death of James Paul cide. But other officers had Eggler was followed afterhecashedhlscheckatastore
+_ } F k < Eggle In 1962. their doubts. ,
''js yt ytI
Among them was Dade forced from his car and possibly
I N J. body was found,
beaten and robbed. His
Homicide Sgt. Ray Beck.
his hands bound behind his,
Arrested in connectionwith hands were then bound be-
back with wire, floating in a
k y t N r" rockpit. His car was sub- the case were William hiad him. lie was pushed
merged a few feet away. Turner, Jr., 22; John Wen back into the car, and the
dell Wilson, 24,and Roy Lee vehicle was driven or pushedinto
An autopsy listed death Young,, 33. A fourth suspect the rockpitleke


r'i Burroughs Sells $1 Million ;

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M1 inv Vw

.ry insurance In 10 Months .

Fifteen months ago, sold $1,033,186 in volume
Ezekiel Burrows was teach- with annual premium incomeof
.q' ing high school at Booker T. $22,121 oa far in, 1966.
Washington and earning Since starting with Prudential
$8,000 a year. Today Burrows he has sold a total of
is the first Negro in $1,800,000 of business.
south Florida to sell a mil-
lion dollars of insurance in a hr Burrows sells all types
year., In fact he did it in 10 of insurance, but half of his
months. ,;M total came from ordinary life.
-I The balance is divided between -
Burrows quit the classroom debit life, employee
and took a job with security programs, health and
Prudential Insurance Co in Croup.
September 1965." His good The star salesman lives
looks, easy manner and at 820 NW 45th St. with his
personable charm, made him a wife, Gloria,who still teaches
born salesman He studied
W school. They have two girls,
hard, learned fast, and was Kim 9 end Lisa 6. Last week.
off and running his new ca he 'got 'an added Incentive to

,sell.more insurance. His first
reer.As of ,Nov. 7, Burrows had *ZEKB BURROWS .... 'son,.Grady was born. .r

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2 Die In Traffic AccidentsMrs. I

Evelyn Rivers, 32, did not see the car driven by Hams of 1281 NW 61st St.,
Miss Florida A&M University 67 is Miss JacquelynNickson, and the City Women's Council. of 1837 NW 3rd Ave., was Sam K. Morton, 37, of 1435 died Sunday at Jackson Me-
and her attendants will a senior speech and drama To Miss FAMU's right is killed instantly when she was NW 194th st. witnesses said. morial Hospital from injuries
reign over' the Jacksonville major from Tampa. A memberof "Miss sophomore Attendant," struck by a car on the Tamia- The accident occured as she he received Nov. 17. He was
Classic Saturday, November the student Union Hostess Ellene Beasley, also a graduate mi Trial 40 miles west of crossed the highway after struck by a vehicle while
26 in the Gator Bowl. The Committee and the Women'sCm&rcss of FAMU High school, Miami near the Collier-Dado fishing in a canal.Fouryearold crossing NW 13th Ave. at
queens will be the vanguard Jackie is also active is a sophomore sociology County line. Apparently, she Bernard Wi 1- 62nd St.

of a sports and musical cavalcade in the S. 0. A., the Play major. She is active in the
that will include the makers Guild and the Alpha City Women's Council and

Florida A&M Rattlers versus Kappa Alpha Sorority.She Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority
the Texas Southern Tigers at is flanked by "Miss The queens will also reign Florida Memorial; l College

8 p.m. and the internationallyfamous Junior Attendant," Ezelle over the 34th annual Orange
164 piece marching Allen left.Miss Allen is alsoa Blossom Classic on Dec. 3rd
band of Florida A&M Univer speech and drama major. A in the spacious Orange Bowl '
Grounds Dedication Nov. 25
sity.Miss graduate of FAMU High Schoolin in Miami when the Rattlers
Florida A&M University Tallahassee, she is a mem- will clash with a yet to be
for the school year 1966- ber of the Playmakers Guild named oponenU
Dr. Royal W. Puryear, pre-
motorcade of automobiles
__ sident of the Fiorida
I representing Baptist churches
I College will I
bring greetingsfrom
I throughout Florida will converge -
in Miami at NW 156th the school in St.Augus
I tin.
SU and LeJeune Road, on
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Nov. 25 at 1:30 p.m. for a religious '
ceremony dedicating H
the grounds of Florida Memorial f f"r
1 College, the 74-year-old fi f I
school of higher education,
now located in St. Augustine.

Presiding for the occasionwill !, w r14
be Rev. A. B. Coleman,
vice president for the Bap-
y tist State Convention with
Rev. J. A. F. Finlayson, president
of the convention also .l/O

present. ). ,r

> The invocation will I bo
sf' 1n given by Dr. James Monore, DR. ROYAL W. PURYFAR v I a
rw pastor of ,the Riverside Bap- College PresidentAn
tist Church and a welcome
I'a '.
j y will be rendered by Dr. Edward
1 additional statement
1Ft T. Graham, president
of the college Board of Trus will be made by Dr. Susie
tees. Holley, president of the Wo-
man's Auxiliary for the Central REV. EDWARD T. GRAHAM
Greetings will be extendedby Ba list Convention. . Board Chairman I

; Rev. Luther Pierce and
c Bishop Coleman Carroll.
; R
r'I ti The dedication will be

.. made by Rev. J. C.Sama, president
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Baskets I for The Underpriveleged ers Baptist will convention of be the offered Progressive and by pray-Dr. 11MEt cIVE iiNk !(

Robert Davis, representing .. L
.wvaaaaoaiwoaoxcai :cGObnr wA arrak.eow+:wxeGaw. .
The true spirit of Thanksgiving was evidenced on Tuesday night when the the American Baptist Boardof -
Community-wide Citizens Committee solicited and prepared 200 baskets of grocer. Education and Rev. A. H. Thankful hearts happy families services in

Ses for needy families in Dade CountyJay Baker made this photo at the Browns- Parker, president of the Missionary the church of your choice all these are a part of

I ville Community Center as Chairman Charles Hadley supervised the operation. Florida.Baptist convention of Thanksgiving. May your holiday hold many blessings.

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ca, till'M!." tft vfiv&nffi; $$ A
-2 TIMES. Friday, l 1

I Urban Leaqi.eEqua1' Opportunity Dinner_ Biggest. I

Uess .las- er exceeded :
lives was Mrs. Louis ( ) $100 a week
ity" than it was for whitesin tion in the every-day president of Greater MIami h'ave two sons and three,
be ser
the past three 'atlonal of Negro citizens daughters, all of
Urban whom
Negro Revolution Has recessions, Wilkins said. greatly intensified-or"I must The League's award to college graduates. The are selection .
"The of equal despair for the future.
spirit opPortunity Wilkins was intro- the "Negro Family of the of the Clarks, from
must not only Year"went to Mr. and Mrs. a number of nominations

for To Go permeate every communityin duced by who Rabbi Is chairman Joseph R.of Robert L. Clark of 529 NAV was made by a committee,
Says declared Narot Clark headed Rev.
the country, Community 11th Terrace. The by Edward T
Dade County
Wilkins, "but the efforts to- Relations Board. Presiding family, whose earnings nev- Graham.
ward its practical applica

Washington Official'

Roger W. Wilkins,speak- that some middle class Ne-

ing at the Urban League's groes have moved into positions r

Equal Opportunity Day Din- of greater promise, f ,.
ner last Saturday night,chal- but as I travel around the

lenged an audience of some country, I find diminishingfaith i.{ ,
800 whites and Negroes to in our country and In- ; 4
greater efforts. "Let us not stitutions because America's t

be complacent about the pro lower class 'Negroes haveno

gress of race relations," he jobs, no status and no tr '

declared. hope They are saying that
Wilkins, a nephew of those in power can't do any-

NAACP Executive Director thing for "me, or don't wantto.
Roy Wilkins, was appointed ." V 1
in January by President Wilkins said that the wide- Jr wfx
Lyndon B. Johnson to succeed -
spread dissatisfaction found

nor LeRoy former Florida Collins gover-as Di- from among the Negroes hard realities springs of L s'-3 ": 7Rr'

rector of the National Com-
their position in U.S. soci-
Relations Service.
munity ety: A far greater propor-
"Race relations In Am-
tion of Negroes than of r r rn '
erica in 1966 is not simplya
whites are poor, jobless,illit-
question for Negroes, erate and ill-housed.
Wilkins.It is issue
said an I
He warned that most
and problem that will ;
whites don't know that things
affect all Americans In
have not changed for Ne- i
years to come." He pointed q Z '
gores In ghettos and deplored VV
out that unless the na- \ V V
the lack Qf understanding -
tion's whites : :
stop fleeing of the problems by even
the suburbs and
well Intentioned whites.
their and influence
money "W ite citizens see Negroes
with them then the
appointed to high office, or
urban will become
areas gain prominence in the fieldsof .t
blacker and poorer. As America's -
entertainment and ath-
big cities are taken
letics and think that
over by the poor Negro, +r t
Wilkins warned, taxes will Negroes have made rapid
dwindle and investments strides, but the truth Is that

diminish low income the average Negro has still

Negro cannot pay taxes and a long way to go to be V
make investments." equal to his white counter- : VJ
Referring to the recent elections part"
he declared that' ""' Oaf other points he said:' 2E

'buying backlash candi- ONLY 75 percent of all sS .,

dates is probably buying Negro males in the U.S. are tr A 1 1r

bad government bad either employed or lookingfor

government coupled with jobs.
bigotry. These candidates, LESS than 58 percent of
'look nostalgically into I the the Negro' population 14

past and seek to maintain a' years and over earns$3,000a kt

status quo that will not solve year.
tomorrow's problems." UNEMPLOYMENT for

"Let us not be smug," Negro youth is more than

the 33 year old lawyer 30 percent.
and former social worker NEARLY 50 percent of .4,
told his bi-raclal listeners. all Negro men hold menial

"Race relations progress in jobs, dishwashers, janitorsor

the last 10 sound ordinary laborers.Unemployment .
years may
good to us, but it means very rate for !
little to the Negro in the cen- all Negroes is greater in this : : ; :; :

tral city ghetto. It is true year of "unrivaled prosper- ,

NAACP Seeks 5,000


.' New MembersThe T .

membership drive for area. Phone: 2473962.Mrs. U :

5,000 new members sponsoredby Bertha Perry volun-
the Dade County Council teered her services as secre-

of branches of the National tary during the campaign.

Association for the Advancement 4

of Colored People, is All interested persons II

well under way.The Rev. Mrs. should be concerned in helping -
Oral D. Taylor has acceptedas us meet this quota. Join
division leader in the through your civic organizations
Richmond Heights area. The church or the local ,' J
address. is 14601 Lincoln NAACP branch.

Blvd. Phones: Rea. 235-4246.
OffUe: 7595221. Report nights:

Monday, 8 p.m., Opa-
Mrs. Gladys Hadley and locka, 22nd Ave. and 152nd
Mrs.'Hester Rivers have been
Terr. Tuesdays, 8 p.m., Mt.
added to our list of volunteer Tabor
Baptist Church, 1701
workers. Mr. David Anderson, NW 66th St., Thursday, 8 p.m..
plans to be the top campaignerin Miami Branch, 809 NW 3rd
this drive.Rev. L. Holmes, Ave. Please make your reporton
division leader in the Goulds these nights.

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. November 25. 1966

I City Jail ,Brutality Charged

Jimmie Lee Wilson, 26, and 2nd Ave. shortly after if you want to, but I'm not
truck driver has accused a 2:30 a.mt Nov. 5. Miami going to sign that paper."
city Jailer of beating him Patrolman M. D. Simrul As he turned his head toward
with a billy club, knocking charge him with being the booking officer,
him to the floor and kicking drunk and took him to Jack Wilson said: C ,
him in the ribs without pro- son Memorial for treatment. "That's when Henley hit '
vocation., Wilson said he was passedout me. lie held the dub in both : I f
The beating took place and woke up Intheemer-. hands and he caught me lust :
the morning of Nov. 5. Wil- gency room. in front of the ear. I fell down y
son said, while he was being The hospital record stated and he kept"hitting me, on I
booked. for that Wilson was checked into
'drunkenness in my back and arms and wrist. _
the second floor jail. the emergency room at 3 a.m. Then he kicked me in the
The clubbing by 48-year and was examined by two ribs."
,old guard Sam Hewley,said nurses. There were no injuries picked him up and threw him
Wilson, split open his left and Wilson was trans in a solitary cell,where he remained
temple, bruised his back and ferred to the jail. until a nurse, passing
arms and caused him to be Wilson was booked at 920at i by, saw the blood on his
moved Jackson Memorial the city jail on a drunk face, and suggested that he
Hospital for X-rays. Hospital charge.On .
be taken to a hospital for .)f} iy5. 4
records confirm the in- duty were Sgt. Frank treatment. Lindley and Hen

juries. Llndley, Henley, and another ry Hauser, another guard,
Henley admitted Saturdayhe guard, Archie Hooper. confirmed this.
struck Wilson knockinghim Wilson was admitted to
to the Lindley said: "When Wilson
booking room
was being booked, he emergency at Jackson at
floor. But he said it was "In
refused to answer some 3:15 p.m. The report said,
protection. He said he ques V
"Patient showed a lacerated ...- ...
tions. He threat
used a leather strap, not a was using
billy club. ening language. Sam told lip left and side was for X-rayed on the" MISS SUNLIGHT CORONATION Feature attraction at the Annual Prom of the
"Wilson tried to hit me," him to keep his mouth shut. Charged with a concuslon.drunkenessin Sunlight School of Cosmetology, Nov. M at the Knight Beat was the crowning \
Henley said. Wilson came toward Henley. "Miss Sunlight 196667." The charming winner was Delores Roberts. I;
court, Wilson was sen-
"It's a case of prisoner Henley was forced subdue
brutally, not police brutality him. Lindley said Henley tenced to two days in jail Shown left to right are Mary Sales, Earnestine Clenscale, Dorothy Brown, De- //1 i

," he added. "Wilson's used a leather stick. which hehad already spent. lores Roberts (Miss Sunlight,, Dorothy Burroughs, Jennie Rhynes, Flora Jones and
handcuffs were off and he Wilson said he was stand Beverly Howard. Photo by Johnson of Miami. I

drew his fist .we have to ing at the booking desk and '
protect ourselves Henley was standing behind
Henley said Wilon"was him. He said he asked the
drunk-not staggering drunk booking officer what had
-but he had been drinking," happened to a plastic money r'I
and he was in a threatening holder with two$10 bills in it, I
mood. when Henley said:
According to police records "If you don't sign that
and Wilson's case log sheet I'll kick you in the -." t h I
at Jackson, Wilson lives at Wilson said he turned toward 4 r
329 N W. 22nd St He was Henley, saying "You
arrested at NW. 10th St have the authority to do that I :


Black Named Inter- i ,* i

Group RelationsOfficer I

of CRB I -- n-

The Sunlight School of Graham, Hester Kinchens, leen Williamson, Debris Beverly Howard, 'Gloria/ >
The appointment of Lee Cosmetology presented ita Janet Bethel, Jenlvia> New- Robert,' Mary Lee Sales, Louise Isaacs, Earnestme 14'
Andrew Black as Inter-Group 31st annual graduation exercise bethel, Mary White, Emma Shirley Ruthland, Barbara Clenscale, Myrlyn Johnson, I
Relations Officer of the Dade on Sunday, Nov. 13 at Bough, Agnes Nichols, Forbes, Frankie Floyd, Alice James Lewis,Virginia Wright,
County Community Relations the Church of the Open Door. Louisa Violet Ouashie, Kath Davis. and Dorothy Jackson.
Board was announced this .
week by H. B. Sissel, executive As a phase of the impressive ..............................

director.Mr. program, Mrs. Thena
Black's duties will be Crowder, principal of Holmes : FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMODATIONS SAT '
liaison between the Can- Elementary School, who was
munity Relations Board and the selected as the deserving MODERATE RATES -f
public and private agencies person to receive the Outstanding
in the community dealing Citizen Award, was : CALL .J -.

with housing and other prob presented an award for out N...NN..NN.... ...... .
lems. In his new position,he standing services in recognition ..... ;!... ,,1
of efforts expended in
will develop research and action 2>
promoting goodwill and understanding : BONDED ..H'14.. .
programs in the field of .
in the community. .w
community relations.A ." I..,. 1" ":. 1
native Floridian and a ..' 'e. _
graduate of Morgan State Although Mrs. Crowder accepts 'c' .. ..,,- ....
-- .
this citation with great RENTAL f 111( ;>;,; .... .
College, Baltimore, Md., witha LEE A. BLACKwere ; dt"t. ljo ''r ;.
the and
humility, community
degree in Business Administration
instrumental in his recent county are cognizant of her
and Economics, Mr. great contributions in and I AGENCY
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appointment. Fi :
Black came to Miami this > above the areas stated in the
past summer from Sanford, "Mr. Black's experiencein citation. The community salutes a
Fla,,! where he had been community programs in and congratulates Mrs.
Assistant Director of the many areas, such as Baltimore Crowder who has been honored INC
Anti-Poverty Program for Seminole Hartford, Connecticut, for the vital position she has
County. He was Ad- Orlando and SanfordFlorida assumed in the communityand i PL 9-8733 .I
ministrative Assistant in the as well as here in Dade,make county.
local office of the EOPI.Mr. him a vital addition to our :
Black will be working staff," said Mr. Sisael. "He Pictured above is the 1966 ...
closely with the EOPL His has served aa consultant for graduating class with Mrs.
experience with this organization Morgan State College for Lurel Julius, Mr. D. A.Julius, THE LARGEST PRIVATE-HOUSING RENTAL AND MANAGE .

and the close relationship Planning of Neighborhood vice president and president, : MENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH, OPERATING IN DADE AND I f,1/
of many activities be- Community Action programsand and Mrs. Dorothy Brown, in I I'
tween the CRB and his former is graduate assistant in structor. BROWARD COUNTIES. :

functions with the Economic Urban Regional Planning, .. .. .... .
,.. ., ,
: ("" "" : >Ji I'.I\\ .I/ >'fI, : 4"'' M
Opportunity Program in Dade Florida State University. Members of the class are: (t, t. pttliNes; }."itU xittrlcfor, .
Gertrude Stuger, Eudell R. n l' a,_ o-.+; l.rr .:' .
Vereen, Flora M. Jones, f J., .r.c."..,rr..C ti...".'stt tti ls+ 'Ilf..t.. ,,.. "u.:.,.ltrrttf. .'t!., w
Jesting Lemmons, Ann Taylor, ", "j"I'''''''Y'"'. 2ft.).."..J. L.;; :-t. dr. ..u.j. .. .w d r...'
I. Mj
J ,,, /4.MVZ ,rilj11. < + 'rff<' 4Arpd
; Alberta Lifhtbourn, Daisy, I. Lt).( ...t'1i1"J. ;.ijI.C./ /"". "M !'t'. ;tL-"irJ.'t-ilf"l'; ;!:.Ii. Jf. '';,, .. ..:.Ifo:' .
; : Harrell, Thelma Tucker, I. #:rrw k r.t ".,, psrttac]6:'a dstv:: .wltitryoor: ,i..u. !: : .
Evelyn Williams, Jannie R. 1 .. .J1e; .: f : 9u ? r.Mw' 'k' :;,.. .... t"'i'r;; ''VI ;:' 'i' ..
JOHNSON Rhynes. I. ; ,'T'1M.; tt'I I.-e-wilt atop.eandattsn. ,', ,!antl.t duk..tl+!t'.C.t.. ,. .."eustn0, .::: aj
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Neather M. Holloway, 'I MAIN OFFICE : ;
R of Miami Annie Ruth Mack, Barbara i. 4150 HW 7th Av.. PL 9.8733 .

.14255 NW 22nd Avt., Opo-locko MU 8-0617 1163 NW 3rd Avt. or FR 3-84)6) .
It's never too .512 NW 1st Avt. Hallandal. WA 7-2434 1675 NW 62nd St. OX 6-2467 .
/ ,to have that wedding 4240 HW 27th A" -NE 5.3466
I 1019 NW6A St., Ft. Lauderdale JA 4.3357 .
I \ .- l_ picture made. Heuarters.tb f fk 17325 Homestead Ave. Ptrrint CE 5-3553 3801 Grand Avt. Grove. HI 5-1381 .

.-= -- We r 1019 Hommondvlllt Rd. Pompano- 3.3235 .

i \,\ Will Furnish The .. HON. L. L. BROOKS, President ..

Artificial Cake GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager' .
\ ;
\\ CHARLES A. LOCKHART Public Relation Director .

il86 NW 38th St. I ...

'4 M I en to enjoy a better lift, others must live better too" L. (.. Brooks .
635-4748 ::4'
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES. Fridnv. No..her.25. 1916 I. .

i | Why High Lost The ElectionMany I To Be EqualBY I

a story has been told since Claude/ Kirk/ up-

In the gubernatorial election./ One WHITNEY M. YOUNG, JR.
Robert King High
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES Editor and PublUher set ,
election analysis was *" enpa's by
of the best
GARTH C. REEVES Monefll Editor
Notional Urban
C. Blythe Andrews. Executive Director LeagueI
publisher ,
WiLLIAM w. McBRIDE city Editor Sentinel.Bulletin

STANLEY I. SWEETING Theatrical Editor Read his reasons why High lost. have recently returned from a two-week tour of five

Member of the National Now.pope' Publishers Association Republican; Claude Kirk won the governorshipof Florida East European nations Hungary, Rumania, Czechoslovakia -

last Tuesday by more than 152,000 votes. Poland and Yugoslavia.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Some claim national issues played a dominant part. We While the trip to these far-away nations was interesting
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 doubt iLSome and informative, my fasic reason for Interrupting my busy

claim national Issues won the day for Mr. Kirk. schedule to make it was the chance for informal talks with

Entered o. Second (I... Matter, August 9. 1927 at the' Post While Mt. TCifk kept calling Mayor High an ultra-liberal, my fellow tour members. They were 26
Office at Mloml Florida under tKe oct of March 8. 1876 which m favoring and though some of his panics employing a total of about 2 million
High << open Occupancy, workers
OHlce it 6740 NW 15th Avenue Phone OX 1-0421
workers kefrr raising the race issue,we don't think the back- and contributing a large share of the naUon'slndustrlalproduction.

I dash played a major role In Mr. Kirk's victory.We These are the men who are in a position to

think Mayor High lost the race himself.In materially improve the economic situation of the nation,
I HAPPY THANKSGIVING the first place Mr. High refused to follow the adviceof and of course, Negro citizens, both through the jobs they

; Praise to God, immortal praise, Don Petite, a vereran newsman who had guided him to have at their disposal, and through the great influence they
victory in the first primary, and allowed Mr. Petite to quit wield in the councils of industry.
For the love that crowns our days; This was a tragic mistake. I am glad to report that this phase of the trip was very

Bounteous source of every joy, Mr. High chose to go with Scott Kelly, who helped him successful. I found these business leaders to be extremelywell

4 Let thy praise our tongues employ; defeat Gov. Haydon Burns in the second primary. Mr. Kel- Informed and quite sympathetic to the great efforts

I All to thee, our God, we owe, ly gave us the impression he was looking towards a comeback reeded to bring equality of opportunity to Negro citizens.

Source whence all our blessings flow. for himself in 1970 and went out to capture the ma- They recognized that discrimination has kept Negro citizens
i chinery of the Democratic party.by naming his pal, Pat in serious economic difficulties and they are sophisticated .

I As Thursday is Thanksgiving Day, we are endea- Thomas of Qulncy as state chairman.Mr. enough to understand that they. can bring about
, High and Mr. Kelly, knowing that no Republicanhad some of the needed changes.
voring to have your Miami Times ready for you on Wed- Reconstruction went thru
since ,
won governorship It was heartening to find that these energetic and successful
, nesday. the motions of a campaign, taking potshots at the chain men had no use for the racism behind the "white
t We have been accustomed to celebrating the first stores by pledging a food investigation and the phosphate backlash" and that they were truly concerned about In.

, Thanksgiving as being held -at Plymouth Rock in 1621. industry by promising to raise their taxes. They thus threw creasing the role America's great corporations must play in

However, we now understand that claim for the first of- away thousands of votes. expanding opportunities for Negroes and other minorities.I .

ficial Thanksgiving service is being re-affirmed in Virginia Mr. High made another tragic mistake when he pledgedto am confident that our talks will yield impressive results
raise two hundred millions in additional taxes. He didn't
on Sunday, Nov. 20. A re-enactment of America's very soon.I
first Thanksgiving in 1619 will be, or was held at the seem to know that no successful candidate for governor was glad that I went, too, because I feel very strongly
had In modern times ever promised to raise taxes. Not even that must be of
restored Berkeley Plantation. Negroes part any large group traveling
Fuller Warren who is credit for the sales
given giving us
abroad and leaders and
The observance recalls that 39 Colonists landed a t meeting government other per.
Hundreds of to tax.Mr. sons. America Is a multi-racial country whose great
Berkeley a landgrant 8,000 acres given Kirk than
kept harping on his pledge to give more
strength Is Its diversity of peoples and this should be
the Berkeley Company by James I of England.The land one more than one billion in extra services without one cent reflected
is located about 40 miles from In every such group we send abroad, even such an
Jamestown. in raised taxes., While he probably won't be able to do it,
unofficial private tour as ours was.I .
Ye Editor wishes a happy Thanksgiving he followed the
everyone very ancient political pattern of no new taxes.-,
was also anxious to gain a better understanding of
Day. There was another force, a vital factor In Mr. Kirk's
east-west relations which affect all Americans. In each of
success. It was the gacking of Gov. Haydon Burns. Thougha
the countries we visited, I found the same themes
URBAN LEAGUE'S DINNER Democrat Mr. Burns turned his back on the man who running
conversations with
through our leaders.
defeated him, and gave his support to Mr. Kirk. It was government
The Greater Miami Urban League's Eighth Annual enough to turn the tide. They all share a sincere concern over the war In Vietnam
the Deauville Hotel Another factor which and fear the possibility that It may escalate into an-
Equal Opportunity Day Dinner at hurt Mr. High was the Negro 11-
Miami Beach, last Saturday evening was as usual, very aison-men he had running up and down the state. They other world war, a horror they have already lived through
successful. In spite of the large number present. Ye' were so sure of Mr. High's victory that they spent no time and never again want to see. The emotional scars of the
last war are still evident in their fear of a reunited Germany
Editor, heard, there were several ,persons unable ,to with anybody except the original High men. They could
and in,their fear that Germany will gain to
have played an Important part In helping to get out the access
get seats. Negro vote. But they didn't nuclear arms. The Nazi "master race" theories resulted in

Presiding was the president, Mrs. Louis Glasses One other thing which hurt Mr. High was his constant mass murder and the destruction of their countries and they

Mrs. Anna M. Balaban led singing of the National Anthem tendency to be late sometimes as much as an hour.: Time never again want to have a powerful Germany on their

I and the Rev. John Papandrew of the First Uni- after time he was late In keeping engagements, and many borders.

tarian Church, gave the invocation. began to grumble that he would make poor governor be- They are all trying to Improve living standards for
Those receiving awards were: Sydney J.. Mann from cause he didn't know the value of time. their people and are willing to abandon dodrinarie Com

Miami Jackson High School, Commissioner Athalie Finally, instead of discussing his' program'for Florida, munism to do it. I was most Impressed with the apartment

Range, the Most Rev. Coleman I. Carroll and the Rev. Mr. High spent far too much time attacking Mr. Kirk, building activities I saw. They'are pegging 'rents at

Edward T. Graham, chairman of the Family of the Year raising such trivial issues as his divorce and the short a general standard of about 10 per cent of income, in

Committee. The Family Award this year went to Mr. length of time he had been in Florida, not realizing that contrast to our rule-of-thumb 25 per cent. In each of the

and Mrs. Robert Clark. Florida has countless number of divorced people, and mil- countries I was told that they considered good housing a

Enjoyable musical renditions were given by Mr. lions who migrated here from other states, including Mr. fundamental aim, recognizing that good housing is basic,
Napoleon Reed. High himself. to stable family life education and the morale of .people.-

The speaker for the occasion was Attorney RogerW. You can imagine how felt when stepped off the planeon

Wilkins, director of Community Relations Service, my return and read of a new U. S. government stuay

Washington, D. C. He is a nephew of Roy Wilkins, exe- IMPROVE SLUM CONDITIONSMiami of housing in urban areas which proves that poor people
pay more rent for less space and necessities than do persons
cutive director of the NAACP, and was recently ap-
pointed to succeed Florida's former governor, LeRoy City Commissioners on Monday made propo- who are better off. Many of these people are paying rents
Collins, as Community Relations head. sals that would bring about changes in the housing that equal Park Avenue rents when considered on a cost-

Speaker Wilkins, 33 years old, was fluent, informa- code, improving living conditions in slum areas. per square foot basl in Houston it wa* found that 80
Proposals Include per cent low-income housing dilap.Idated"
installing and maintaining hot was "deteriorating or
tive, and held the attention of his audience as he told
water facilities, painting with approved protective coat- by federal standards. I certainly hope that the hous
how America's "lower class faithin
Negroes are losing ing, maintaining mini mum standards of ing officials I met In Eastern European nations still not
their country and its institutions because they haveno sanitation. recovered from
At Monday's the the destruction of the last war don't hear
jobs, no status and no hope. They 'are crying out in appointed a five-man meeting committee City Commission also about how the world's richest nation houses its poor.I .

despair, and it causes me to fear and despair," said for a convention center and cultural to begin making plans have, In the past year or so, visited in Europe, in
center in downtown
the speaker. Africa, and In
Miami. Vietnam I have seen people in different partsof
"As America's big cities are taken over by the the world with different customs, habits, and colors.I .

'black Negro' taxes will dwindle, investments will di- can only conclude that people are the same all over.
minish. The low-income Negro cannot pay taxes and OR CITIZENS? The differences are Infinitesimal compared to the similar-

make investments." ities. Their hopes and desires for themselves their loved
In Los
"Only 75 per cent of all Negro males in the U. S. tried to avoid Angeles, two 21-year-old Negroes, who ones are the same all men share the same dreams. I
are either employed or looking for jobs." Wilkins call military service on grounds that they were hope that this lesson is brought home all who hate otherson
,ed this figure "fantastic, if you think about it." have been and not citizens, although born in the country, the superficial basis of skin color or other idiotic reasons.
arrested by FBI agents and charged with vio- For such hate breeds war and destruction, and I saw
Nearly 50 per cent of Negro men hold menial jobs, the
dishwashers, janitors or ordinary laborers. Universal Military Training and Service Act. and heard enough on this trip to Eastern Europe to give
Federal Judge Leon Yankwich ruled thanks this Thanksgiving week th been spared
against them at America has
The unemployment rate for all Negroes is greater in
last October and the Draft Board ordered them to the worst horrors of war. I saw moreclearly how the virus
this year of unrivaled prosperity than it was for the for induction but of racism
they failed to do so. can destroy nations when it is allowed to run
white in the past three national recessions, said Atty. If convicted amok.
Wilkins. they could be sentenced to five
+ years imprisonment and fined $10,000.
S Merited applause was given the speaker.

| Other speakers were: Dr. Gilbert Porter, chairman. PRESIDENT KENNEDY'S DEATH I T II 1 1Would
/of the dinner; Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, chauman ot the Phil Ossofer
'Dade County Community Relations Board, and Senator President Kennedy is dead, but just exactly whe- --- -- - -

.Harry P. Cain, chairman of the Awards Committee.The ther he was killed by Lee Harvey Oswald, acting alone, certain you believe that a which was not available else

Rev. Theodore Gibson pronounced the bene- seems to be questionable in the mind of some people. has government department where, there are three post'? I"
profited where
from racial
Life Magazine prejudice masters, and guess
,diction. assassination. a new investigation of the ? well, it's true! the three largest post officesin

The Our Post Office Depart- the country New Yort
magazine said there is reasonable ment has !
and disturbing actually: \ benefitted Chicago and Los Angeles
doubt Lee Oswald acted alone. Life believes from our national that
disgrace, proof
This is strong
JOBS NOW OPEN the national
interests deserves clear resolution of and this is the story: equal opportunity for all

Citizens of Dade County are certainly lucky.Thereis doubts and that a new investigating body should be set While private industry rejected means progress for all.
up, perhaps at the initiative of Congress.A able men because
a plenty of work, but reports are, the laborers are apolO'gies
few. the color of their skin, this From where I sit, (

At the present time, the following jobs are open: LOCAL SHERIFF hired governmental without discrimination.department McBride to)my the good Post friend Ohio Bill e

Police Department, 53 in the uniformed ranks. Rookie At the present time like the
there looks
are Department
policemen now begin with a salary of $500 a month. The Association of Unincorporated Areas which more than 100,000 Negroes Justice to me It
will start at the same salary. opposed making the office of sheriff appointive laws<
Fireman Seven men are now among the department's has followed the moral
wanted at the present time. By the time this class of favors the appointment of a local man for that position. 685,000 employees near- to the letter, cancelling racial -

recruits is furnished, 20 more will be needed, said the The Metro Commission has been asked to limit its ly 15 per cenf of the total inequalities. Its ipew
approval to a local man familiar with local problems. so, as the spokesman for the acceptance of open hinni

chief.Truck drivers are needed; salary$367 to $399month- County Manager Porter Homer, who must do the appointing others department said, "while which has been in force so

Iy. has already interviewed an out-of town man were discriminating long, was its original had
., There is a shortage of 84 in the Parks and Sanita- and expects to interview others. He said he would hiring them Negroes, we were code, and has always No
When the raises become effective scour the country. However, in our opinion the and as a result, my stamp of approval.
tion pepartment. pay county we got a lot of good Negroes department has
should first the wonder this
manager scour
laborers will start from $1.87 to $2.03 per hour. countv. to promote." fast. Its policY

These facts should be of interest to many of our Seek ye the streets of Miami, and see if there can- Among those "good Ne- has progressed given it so the opportunities
unemployed citizens. not be found a man worthy to hold the office of sheriff. groes" who were given the to hire first class *"

opportunity for advancement Black and White.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 25. 1966 5

Statewide Prayer Meeting

Planned For College w

A call to Baptist churches velopment fund campaign j I
throughout Florida to joinin toward a goal of $2.7 million -.' "
a prayer meeting and dedication to match 1000000.
HAPPY THANKSGIVING"for service Nov. 25 in granted by the Federal Gov jr

all the Miami at the new site for the.ernment
blessings of the r
year Florida Memorial College, The prayer meeting will
for all the friends we hold so dear now located in St. Augustine be held at 1:30: PM following -

for peace on earth, both far and near, was jointly announcedby a meeting' of the college
We thank Thee, Lord" Dr. Royal W. Puryear, Board of Trustees earlier in
Early 17th Century Hymn college president and Dr. Ed- the morning at the Ever-
ward T. Graham, chairman glades Hotel. !
of the Board of Trustees. Baptist churches throughout MJ
Congratulations to the students and faculty of The 74 year old institution the State of Florida are
Miami jackson High School who received a special of higher learning will pledging funds to supportthe
award ... ... .
Saturday (Equal Opportunity Day dinner spon- be open for classes in January campaign and the initial '""III'
sored by the Greater Miami Urban League) for "promo- 1968. pledge for $25,000. has
ting excellent human relations in a multicultural and An initial luncheon meet- been received from the Mt. : ,
ever-changing environment.The ing of dvic leaders in Miami Zion Baptist church in Miami '
addressed by Congressman with the pastor of the < .

Greater Miami Council of Negro Women, North Claude P pper, raised church, Dr. Graham, pledg-
District were special guests at 11 a.m. service at the $100,000. to kick off a de ing an additional$5,000.00.
-- ------ ,,
New Covenant Presbyterian Church, where Mrs. Hen \1',,
rine W. Banks, regional director of the NCNW as the Claudette Griffin, former Holmes Elementary "i'' .

speaker.I teacher and her soldier husband are cuddling a blanketof ", 1
!' '''n' ,
blue in Atlanta. ." '
know many of you thought about sending "Get 11" '(>,' Jrit.s
Well Wishes" to ._._" _____ 1_ \
President Johnson but-Mlss Jennie B. Lil Hart journeyed to New York City to attend the J. 'H V '
Roberts and her third-graders of Bethune Elementary funeral her father, Gladstone Brown. one of seven LESLIE UGGAMS Mitten with beauty columnist -
wrote the chief executive that "you can't keep a good Brown brothers. Marie Fenton, "The
man down. Best wishes for a speedy recovery." Presi- PENS BEAUTY BOOK Leslie Uggams'Beauty Book'

dent Johnson wrote them that their note "did me a Congratulations to Cyril and Albertha Poitier on tells the professional secrets
world of good." Congratulations! their FOR TEENS of skin care, hairstyling and
35th Wedding Anniversary on Thursday, Nov. 24.It's .
'color, and how to select and
Mr. John Rolle of Nassau planed in from Winston- a boy for the Eddie Strachan's.Congratulations.Dr. singer Leslie, actress Uggams and, popular nigh I f'use makeup for your specific
skin type. Miss Uggm lo
Salem, N. C. to attend the funeral of his brother-in-law, club entertainer, feels that \
hints such
W. A. Bison of Memphis, motored to Miami fora offers beauty on
Mr. and visit his teens should take ad van tag e
George Seymour ailing Mrs.
teenage problems as
visit with his sister, Mrs. Winifred Thompson who wasa skin
Laura Seymour. John is presently a student at Win- patient at Christian Hospital.Girl af their youth and "matedown" blemishes, allergies, figure '
ston Salem Bible College. He left on' Monday to spend .** rather' than "makeup. 'improvement, dry skin and t I

the holiday season in Nassau with Wife Vera. Scouts of Ixora I end Ixora enjoyed inter- "It's oversophistication dandruff. Special home programs
are presented for diet
activities at Manor Park on Saturday. Western. ss well as neglected beautyand
No. 115 O.E.S.Mrs. Gibson group and exercise as well as a
Unique Chapter Myrl Round-up was the theme. grooming habits that can'
W. M. held their annual Tea and Queen contest Sunday, destroy a girl's natural good'consideration of fashion and
Nov. 20 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George DeVeaux, looks," says Leslie. "But how to choose clothing for
All registered Girl Scouts of Tropical Florida, your,type of figure.
817 43rd I'm certainly not
NW Street. saying
Inc. are invited to the Annual Council meeting Nov. 29, '
Mrs. George (Ina) Deveaux was crowned Queen of at Riveria Presbyterian Church, 5275 Sunset Drive at 7 young gjrlsdon't need Im-
The teen
the chapter. Ruby Dawson, second prize; and Sue p.m. very provement.definitely do call years for MUSICAL AND

Bamhill, third prize. experimenting with makeupand FASHION SHOW
Among college students returning home for the hairdos ."
An enjoyable evening was shared by ell who attended Thanksgiving holidays is Ruby Sims, a junior at Be- In her new beauty book SUNDAYThe

fcentervilla Kindergarten Annual's Pre-Thanks- thune-Cookman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Sims. published by Prentice-Hall, Daughters of Greater
giving Program and Dinner at the school Friday night. Leslie Uggams shares her Miami Temple will entertain

Ruth E. Copeland is supervisor and Cleora Y. Brooksis Blanton and Allyn Harris and son, Steve are cud- professional beauty secrets their friends with a Musicaland
the assistant.Rev. of Blanton while telling each teen howto I Fashion Show
dling a blue bundle joy, Allen. experiment and take ad- Sunday,
Nov. 27, 5-8
vantage ,.of her, own special pan. t
W. C. Fdcar has returned from an enjoyable Birthday greetings to Michael I McBride who celebrated type beauty.. ., Mrs. Willie Mae Ceasor,,,
vacation in St. Louis. his 11th birthday on Nov. 21. guest pianist and Mrs. May-
belle Anderson,guest speaker.

Bertha Miller of Nassau is vacationing with her Visiting with Mrs. Marie Floyd this week was Ge- NORTHWESTERNREPUBLICAN ral Dt.chairman Lula Mae of yancie the ,affair gene,

sister and niece, Laura and Hazel Seymour at their rald Glenn of Jacksonville who is the secretary to CLUB along with her committee
Liberty City home. Bishop Eugene Hatcher of the 11th Episcopal District, working untiringly to make
South Florida. Conference.The INVITES DEMOCRATSThe this the best of the season.

Three Greater Miami Baha'is were elected delegates Northwestern Republican Chairman of the fashion
: to the Baha'i National Convention to be held at Blue and White Club invites you to attend Club extends an invitation show is lovsly Dt. Hester'
the House of Worship in Wilmette, 111., in April. Theyare their annual dance at the Knight Beat, Friday, Nov. 25, to all Republicans and Rivers.Dt. .
Harold Guinyard, science teacher at North Dade; 10 until. Democrats to attend their Yancie is requesting
Miss Olive Alexander, executive director of James E. monthly meeting Saturday, that all tickets later and than money 4:30 be
reported no
Scott Community Association and George Savitt, trea- Little Alexander Henry Barnett was christened at Nov. 26, 8 p.m. at 3166 NW p.m. Sunday.Dt. .
surer of the Baha'i Assembly of Miami. the lovely home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George 53rd st. Marion Muldrow is Dt.
Geneve Barnett Nov. 20. Godparents were We wish to thank our De-
( ) Sunday, Ruler and Dt. Lula Mae yan-
Out of town visitors attending the funeral of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. walter Roundtree and Mr. SamuelJordan* mocratic friends for their cie is general chairman
George Seymour were Mr. and Mrs. George Tinker, Al- Th ceremony was performed by Rev. J. vote on November 8.

ma Nairn, Bertha Miller, Janet Forbes, Deal Seymour, St. Tames AME Church. -- -----
Mrs. Hiram Gibson, John Rolle, Janet Stubbs, Mr. and
Mrs. Nelson Ambrister, Mr. and Mrs. Hansel King, Nas-

sau; Mrs. Louise Roberts, Zerlina Reckley, Key West ;

Mrs. H. McNeil, Mrs. Blanche Knowles, Jane Tay- Tie .I-Gr.o.e.

lor, Hallandale. MeiUie MURRAY'S Don't be ifK rvn IWe

Debbit Poitier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril \
Poitier celebrated her 10th birthday with a party for suedN lair Pomade.

her friends at Liberty City home on Sunday afternoon., !

Dr. and Mrs. George A. Simpson plan a 4 p.m. reception / yil l ..

in their Coconut Grove home Nov. 27 to honorDr. \/U *
Royal W. Puryear. He's president of Florida Me-
morial College, St. Augustine. Make yourSelection WL J WVvC )

Mrs.I. G. Pratt received a beautiful Cadillac as a I IA \ r

birthday gift, Sunday, Nov. 20. today }\J 7

Get well wishes to Myrna Range Lee, Annie r\ / xO -

Mae Ashley, 'Winifred Thompson, Laura Seymour, Ed sN> x-V ,

ward Brooks, Fred Myers, Ida Cash, Frankie Glover, TI IFe flare the most Varied

and Earl Finley.Mrs. .

Joseph (Iva) Hopkins traveled to Jackson- and beautifid selection ofCHRISTMAS
ville to attend the installation of the Rev. Austin Cooper ,

at St. Phillips Episcopal Church. Rev. Cooper is 4 ..._ .
married to the former Patricia Hopkins of Miami. I
Stubborn Hair
Kinky, j CARDS
Victoria Ward Chapter 0. E. S. No. 86 celebrated Responds "As If By Magic"

their annual Thanksgiving service at Temple Baptist Now you ian have all-Ja.' confidence
Church, Nov. 20. Mrs. I. G. Pratt, W. M. of the chapter, your a hair dab In of neatly M UK roomed KAYS if.Superior,ton apply available
was crowned with a crown of dollar bills in appreciation .
morninii No muller If you wear It long
of her birthday. und slick or whorl for tool comfort
MURRAY Joey It bevl CVnUln no
nlkallc or harsh Irritant*. and-It'f
CBS again will have two hours of ThanksgivingDay never IIrcu -. Stop in anytime and look over our samples
Yuu'U find MUR-
parades the morning of Nov. 24, featuring those KAY S .Superior C' ,
sponsored by stores in New York, Detroit and Toronto. HAIR. POMADE DKrSSINI. !' ion
The parades will be in color for the first time. .MC! at your l>s. HUBHAY*
fjvorlt ''iMmclic -*
counur: If your ft HURRAY_ iimej
Edwards, Jr. is visiting his parents after tinier doc not
Oscar J. have Murray'sErhWh "*" *
having completed training for the Peace Corps Nov. ran "SOC TRIAL 2SC
19, in Shawnee on the Delaware, Penn. He will be lea-you or mend onlt fur ..
ving for Riverside, California, Nov. 28 on his way to you. :tiJiil nil Huir I'umjJv PIKI COMPANY paidMUlMY'f

India as a Peace Corpsman. 4M CkirUII SUPERIOR Aft". Oetft.l.nOSUCTS Mid 4121 rlass-.......... ,.''WIt_........,.__..,........Utalla.staa.aAD1at.. ...orwJr.a1..



6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 25, .., ... ,'\l'i "'!'.: Ii( t itf: t>\'..
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Seventy family members and friends gathered to r
celebrate Judith Ann Paschal's sixteenth birthday on
Nov. 19,at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Sweeting (Lois). Judy, daughter of Mrs. Ruth
Ellen Washington, is an eleventh grader at Miami Killian
High School.
Mrs. Herbert Ammons (Edna), fourth grade teacherat
Frank C. Martin Elementary School, is convalescingat
home following her stay at Baptist Hospital. r -_ _


The Sunny Pines Neighborhood under the leader- Y'J _

ship of Mrs. Charles (Clara) Brooks, neighborhood
chairman; Mrs. James (Lucille) Crawford, troop organizer R M tba
and Mrs. Gerald D. (Miriam) Pratt, Troop consul- !
tant, is sponsoring an afternoon of fun and frolic for all %
girls ages 7-18 living in the Richmond Heights area on ;
Saturday, Nov. 26, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Richmond i1A & t } F
Heights Park.Something. ,
for the girls-and ust! Definitely our ac- r
tivities include dancing to the tune of the latest hits;
group singing in addition to a singing contest; and
games which include competitive relays. Prizes will be
awarded to winners in the various contests.Mrs. Oneal Fashionetters in Show at Knight Beat SundayThe I

Fosie Mae Barr would like to thank the many O'Neal Fashionetters will be on parade this Starring in the entertainment between scenes
friends and the members of St.Mary's Baptist Church for coming Sunday, Nov. 27, 8:30 p.m.I/ you miss this, be Martha Williams, Poppa Turner, Eloise Foreman
their cards and telegrams on the loss of their father you will miss the treat of your life. The girls will be Lynette and the Quivettes. Tickets on sale at Willi
the late Tom Murell of Blakely, Georgia. Mrs. Barr re- fashionion away. O'Neal says this is a fight, and i it John Hotel, desk, 276 NW 6th $f., and at
cently returned from Blakelv. .is going to be an upset. Shoe Shine Parlor, 6330 NW 15th Ave. Adams f o t

INSIDE OUR CHURCHES --" '.," c, '.c,.\'.',,''' L.: '.,. ,;i ...l:
';i "P' ';<>.!. ''' Classic Tickets On Sale HereTickets I
Silver will be the token at a "Silver Offering Tea"on ,, 'v"iM"c;< .
Sunday, Nov. 27, beginning promptly at 3:30 p.m. at ; ;
,,, for the 34th an- \ & M College of Normal,
Second Baptist Church. 0 nual Orange Blossom Classic Ala oama. As an extra added
Guest speaker for the affair will be Father Gibsonof I between the nation's top attraction Emmett Ashford,
Christ Fpiscopal Church in Coconut Grove. ',::4: 't: Negro collegiate football the first Negro Major League
Second Baptist's ushers' Board No. 1 is sponsoringthe .', ":, 'IIIf teams are now on sale at 33 (Baseball) Umpire, will be a
tea. ,' ;'6; .' outlets in South Florida. referee (unofficial of course)
..jIj"i) The December 3rd game at the game. It will mark the
n ,: ''!} S. 20th that the has
will once again feature the year game
; ., ,
I ; "" : ,.J been played in Miami.
Public Invited To :
Group : .
I },)t. Florida A & M University Proceeds from the game
Band. The host toward scholarships for
;" : Marching go
Discussions on Child Rearing '<';:; team for the Classic will the Florida A & M needy stu
Rattlers of Florida A & M dents..
Enable ). -} University. The opponentwill Tickets may be obtainedat
Project stanon In the Carver Branch of tne f11
for "Education and Neigh- YMCA. be undefeated Alabama the following locations:

borhood Action for Better Two groups are now in ":'i' .
Living Environment. session -one at Project ENA- :<00'1',"' (,{
The program basically BLE'S office every Tuesday I'i/I",; ;
concerns groups of parents, evening at 8:00 P.M., and } ,,',:'J ( WOOLWORTH'SSmart
meeting on a weekly basis the other meeting on Wed- t;, --,', :\
for approximately nine nesday evenings, Browns ,:t.
,weeks with an experiencedand ville Community Center at N"J"
trained leader. Membersof 2741 N.W. 49th Street. Re- r
I :;
these groups exchange freshments and baby sittersare ,.T
views 'on problems caused provided and the sessions 1 > -,;" '*"...,
by an environment that multiplies close at 9:30 P.M. J. rh r, : :. >
the dlffculties of child -w.w co
rearing. A parent may par- A new group Isbeingplanned ,
ticipate in the discussion or to start on Monday eve- .
just listen if they wish. ning, December 5, at J R.E.
Those interested taking Lee School Library in South .
.part in such a group please Miami Enrollment and reg- 1 ,.' r
call the office of Project ENABLE istration is being taken atthe' r -
at 696-5717 or visit present time for all of these .. ,'"
at 5770 N.W. 15th Avenue groups. \
Miss Osadel Reaves, Georgia Teachers Association -
Convention door prize winner at a recent conven-
OUR CLASSIFIED ADS tion is spending a week's vacation at the Hampton
House. She is a third grade teacher at the Peabody Ele-
BRING RESULTS mentary School in Dodge County, Eastman, Ga. Mr. St.
Elmo Morgan, principal.She .
is a member of the Dodge County Teachers
Association, N. E. A. A. T. A., and G. T. E. A. Asso-
ciations, and belongs to the Austin C. M. E. Church

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JESCA Annual


Harvest MusicalSunday


The Day Care Committeeand
A J'1' r
of 1 '
Patrons Council Day
Care Center if 2 at James E.
Scott Homes invite you to
Florida A & M plays Alabama i'& M on Saturday, attend the Annual Harvest
December 3rd. So much for that. Musicale Sunday, Novem-
ber 27, 1966 at 4:00 p.m. In

Because of Sing 0 Tek, or'Swing 0 Tek, in last week's the Auditorium 7200 N.W.'
column, I have had many comments. all good. Seemsas 22nd Avenue.
if I made Negroes realize that they are still Negroes, The program will feature
and that many had forgotten the old sayingthat "Negroes Leslie Thomas, a tenor,whois
will buy anything." In fact, those who read this column a junior at Booker T.
were fighting mad about the phony music being shoved Washington High School ..a
Leslie is the President of the
down their throats, and what is most important of all
is that "Mr. Charlie" was working his"Mo Jo" by putting Junior Class, Vice presidentand

our musicians out of work. Someone asked me what we accompanistforthemixed -
are going to do about it, and I would like to ask all of chorus, Historian of.
the musicians In Miami, union and non-union alike, to Chapter #793 of the Modern i rSI
all meet next Tuesday night at 8:00: PM at Bonded Rental Music Masters Society, and n
Agency, Public Relations office the Co-editor of his school'snewspaper
on N.W. 41st Street and 7th
Avenue (where we rehearse our big band). I had calls The WashingtonIan. -
from some of our local club owners who thanked me for .
letting the people know what was happening to the Sing- Leslie is a member of the [M-j
Mt. Sinai Baptist Church
0 Tek gimmick, because most of these ciuos had turn-awa where' he started his musical

crowds of people who want "live music"" As I said before, training at a very early age. _
I cannot, nor would I try to tell you where to go to spend Leslie serves as pianist and n. ,
your own hard earned money, but I will say that I do organist of his Sunday ,
not think we should support the places that offer Sing-O-Tek. : *
School, Junior Church, The r : _
I think we should the
support places that employ our Southern Singers of Miami
fellows. If we stick together' these people will realize that and the Mt. Sinai Baptist
even though they have their hands in your pockets, THE Church Male Chorus.He .

people.NEGRO WILL NOT BUY ANYTHING! Thank you, my was recently added to

the official roster of the Flor-

PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: WILLIAM BELL School and B.T.U. Congressas Med-Dens of Dade County, composed of a group of young women employed by I
DR. OF THE WEEK: BEN ATKINSON the Assistant Director of the Medical and Dental Profession of Greater Miami are sponsoring a Drive to se-

CtoLFER OF THE WEEK: COLEMAN WHITE Music. cure donors for "Christian Hospital's Blood Bank Reserve. I
o He competed In the Flor- Persons desiring to obtain information, or those who wish to participate in this :
It seems that Booker T.Washington High School will officially ida Sunday School and I
phase out this commencement. To us, as outsiders, B.T.U. Congress' Solo Con- program may call 635-0961..
this would be just as routine as another graduation but we test and won first prize for Members of the club shown standing from left to right are:Edythe Glass, Cynthia

find it hard to just pass it off this easily. For 39 years, his tenor solo, "The LordIs Knowles (chairman) Opal $fuorf, Doris Yaeger and Eura W. Thomas (president) i
Booker T. has been an inspiring time for more than 35,000 My Light." He received a Seated: Catherine Lewis, Fanette McPhee and Alice Grtrftn: .
alumni who are now living right here in our community.At medal from his school for Members not shown: Myrtice, Pittman, Winifred Issac, Barbara Moss and Dorothy
least 75% of them are here working and absorbed in his musical achievement.He Kelly. Photo by House of Photography. ;
businesses. We are living in a changing worldand in such has participated in the
there is progress, and this is progress. There a movement Dade County Summer Music
afoot to document a history of those 39 years of Joy, for the past two years, and Notional Advisory Board Organized For FMC I .
Sorrow, Blood, Sweat, Tears and Hope into a mammoth this past summer did the te-

yearbook which will solicit the particpation of every person nor arias in Schuberts MassIn Organization of a nation stitution, from St.Augustine, "Wider educational opportunities -
who has ever had an association with Booker T. Washington. G. Major." advisory board of the Flor- where it has been situated must be provided -
This book will tell the story of our community, and we Leslie plans tp attend the ida Memorial College was for over 70 years, to the if the Negro Is to live
all will be a part of this story. It will contain everything Jullliard School of Music or initiated this week by Sena- Greuer.Mlami area," Senator and work successfully in,our'
obtainable from the first graduating class of 6 to the forth- Eastman School of Music, tor Harry Cain in a letterto Cain continued that he competitive society." *
coming commencement in June. There is a committee conducting where he will major in voice a select list of State gov- is "convinced that the Ne- The communication ed
'a research into the former years of BTE com- and choral conducting.Also ernment and members of the gro is an important but un- with a request for endorse-
piling information to make the final yearbook the finest appearing on pe- United States Senate and developed National re- ment from political leaders
community effort ever attempted. The climax of this affair gram will be he Vibrettes House Representatives. source." and their constituents.
will be a reunion of all classes and a huge auditorium is choral group from North- A former member of the

being considered for this event If you are interested in help- western High School and United States Senate from the Clyde Killens will see
ing or securing one of these yearbooks, please call George Mrs. Harolean S. Storr. State of Washington, the re-
Campbell at 757-4339; William Stirrup at 377-3891 or publican ex-senator is vice- that you have a fabulous

Veneka Silva at 448-8633. president of the First Federal at his
Lincoln National Bank, as a Community Project, is ask- Savings and Loan Assn.of SPECIAL
ing their patrons and customers to deposit any children's LIBERTY CITY Miami and a keymemberof CLASSICSHOW
clothes, including shoes, at the bank for our children who OPPORTUNITY the college advisory
do not have clothes to wear to school. You have no idea board.

how many of our children are not in school because of CENTER Florida Memorial College,
the lack of clothing. Please help us. I am chairman of this a seventy four year old in- SATURDAY NIGHT
community project, and I realize that a lot of us have The Liberty City Child stitution now located in St. DECEMBER 3rd AT THEir
clothes that are still good that our children have outgrown.We Opportunity Center is offi- Augustine, Fla. will relocatein
hate to throw these clothes away, and they could be cially open, all children parents who Miami in January, 1968. John Knight
had their
have regis
used by these children. Starting that "I am join- I
tered and have had their 1'1'1 Z
ed with more than a hun-
physicals are asked to bring Beat Club
The pearl Bailey Special was too much. She really is them in to be enrolled. The dred community leaders,pri- I
the female Sammy Davis Jr. and as for Miss Ethel Waters, building is located at 1900 vate and spiritual, in a suc-

even at her age, she is still a great talent. NW 75th st. All visitors who ceeding effort to move the Big All StarAttraction -
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: The Dave Akins Trio come in, there will be a waiting Florida Memorial College,
returns to the Rancher Motel next Sunday afternoon for area for you. a predominantly Negro In-
Alan Rock and his Jazzville. They did a wonderful job '

last week Saw two kids about 6 or 7 years of age,
walking along the street holding hands, and not thinkingfor
a minute what "color" they are. "Leave it to the young
Frank Du-
ones, and we will not hav'e'any trouble.
boise at the Sir John Knight Beat, has done it again. He jt!

has a very special attraction for y'all come December, after ir,. \ j
the Classic. Meanwhile, The Dave Akins Trio returnsto jl J
the Sir John Lounge as of tonight. The Jerry Wil- 100% HOT PAPA TURNER r rd
Show with Big John McArthur, is at the ,
liams, JR. along Just back from Los An- 1 I
Tropicana Club in Freeport I spoke to our able gele. wh.r. he found out :
City Manager, Melvin Reese and turned in all of the cardson that "People don't span )
the location of junk cars. He is doing all he can about HUMAN their bablei on the foci

these cars as soon as possible, and believe it or not, the S became nature hoi provided +I
major problem is that there is no place to put them after g: a bettor place." Ltt Eddit i ir
they are picked up. However, we are moving about 100 HAIR
cars a day, which is as much as our equipment can take.
Have patience, friends. They will be moved as soon as
possible. That's all. Till next week, live life, every golden

minute of it: PEACE." WIG

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sented an American Education styling In time for the holidays. Jose'
program to the sorors at Rita
the home of Soror Hazel Dray- FIRST GIFT TEA Minnie Turner"Tne Silver| Prince" Reese

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I .. MIAMI TIMES, Friday, Nayefnber,25, 964 ,t9LINEOTYPE

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By Stanley Sweets) Sweeting

STUFF AND SUCH: Kim Young's son has a play c .;
mate Ditto Juliette Lee's daughter Olive
Guion waiting for the ponies to run at Tropical
Prince Taylor, the radio and TV repairman, jub'i1m'tover : _
his 47th birthday (Nov. 15) Commissioner M i.
Athalie Range main speaker at VFW Post on Miami _
Beach (Nov. 14) Chicago Defender bought Pitts-
burg Courier "DetectiveKeMethJcnes'squawElsie,
now at EOPI The Ronald Frazier-Clarice Regina
Jollivette merger to feature its male attendants in
'white tie and tails" Top disc jockev: Tim Dun-
lap (WQAM) Excelsior Press moves (1112 NW 3rd
Ave.) where the Times Press bowed out Amand
Mateo's Gift Place shuttered after two months of operation -

Miami-to-the-Bahamas direct dialing telephone
service on the agenda Mount Zion Baptist to purchase -
bus transportation for its members via trading
stamps. They seek your cooperation and contribution of -***
Top Value preferable .. Irene G. Pratt jockeying '66 ,
NAMES IN THE NEWS: Entertainer Phil Harris,,
"the Untouchable," minus his pet dog "Killer," in CELEBRATED SIXTH ANNIVERSARY f

circulation once again .Gladys Atkinson back at .I : Second Supreme Chapter No. 4 O.E.S. celebrated their Sixth Anniversary Nov.
The Big Three Grocery as cashier-clerk Gwen Miller i. 18, 8 p.m. and Nov. 20, 3 p.m. at Day Springs Baptist Church of which Rev. W. M.
from. Records Bureau to Parks and Recreation for Slater ;is pastor. They were entertained on Friday night with various choirs and
the City of Miami. Mrs. Sybil Ramos' eye cataracts groups of the city and Rev. F. Tanner delivered the sermon Sunday afternoon. The
lifted at Cedars of Lebanon Eva Laurent's Cubans church was filled to capacity and the service was enjoyed by all. Left to right are I'
Restaurant, a holdup victim Willie Lemar happy Sisters: Agnes Brodshaw, P. W. matron, Susie Hawkins, A. Matron; Mary A'I me, j
over the Claude Kirk win Dancer Kelsan Farrington Il Grand Matron; Lucile Miles, W. Matron; Juanita Brown, Finanical Secretary; Pears
dickering through the courts for his young'un C. C line Boyd, 'Treasurer. Photos by Frank Johnson
North's latest findings through the polls: "town's most
eligible bachelor" Lillie Belle Murphy down from : '
Astoria L. I. to see her sister, Alma Lynch and family ,. Jl.- '
Good reading is JESCA's News Bulletin as com- t Draft Unfair; 40%
piled by Director Olive Alexander and staff Arnold r
Albury's Soul Kings are terrific at the Frontier Lounge Negroes
.Our informant erred on the Willie Dean demise, fl.
Apologies. Percv (Admiral Styles' wife can be In Viet Nam
reached at her Liberty City home . Miamians
squawking out loud about the lack of interest Florida r
A&M shows in decorating our boulevards for their big NEW HONORS FOR Dr. Martin L. King Is a We've got to restudy and per cent of the Army tore,
Classic event. THE ROBERT CLARK news conference at the University revise the.whole draft.A In Viet Nam. ,
of Pittsburgh\ this
& SALT WATER TAFFY: The Cleveland H. Reevesof FAMILYIt week,;urged overhaul ofdraft Washington Pentagon said spokesmanin King's The Rntagonspokesman'said I

Nassau, who recently returned to the Bahama strip is now Major Joseph N. exemption.The figure of 40 per centforcombat there are perhaps a large
from a 14-month educational and business jaunt to Clark'of Ft. Eustis, Virginia! troops in Viet Nam is percentage of Negroes In volunteer -.
The promotion became official civil leader said outfits, such as the air
and found time to pick a few added rights
Europe England, up
on Oct. 31, 1966. Major that Negroes make up about high.A borne divisions, and in the .
and Culture. '
diplomas in Spanish, Accounting Beauty
Joseph Clark is the son of 40 per cent of America's combat survey last year show First Cavalry, which has,
official received
retired British Gov't ,
Reeves, a Mr. and MTS. Robert Lomas troops in Viet Nam while ed Negroes make up 14.8 large numbers volunteers.
scroll in accounting as an Associate of the English Clark of 529 NW 11th Terr. only 10 per cent of the Coun-
Association of Accountants and Auditors Mrs. and is a 1952 graduate of try's population Is Negro.He .
Reeves, Spanish instructor, received her degree from Booker T. Washington High
work done at the London School.At .
Cambridge with post graduate said In
many cases
School of Language Training. The Richard Henry Schoolof the recent Equal Op- Negroes cannot qualify for t
portunity Dinner, sponsoredby
Hairdressing and Beauty Culture was her added exemption because they lack Y
course of study Gwen Julius-Howard, the Earlington the Greater Miami Urban sufficient education obtain JohnBegg r
League, at the Deauville
schoolmarm salvaging photographs and critical attend college
Heights Hotel, Miami Beach,the Clark a job or
travel literature of all countries for a Church of the family was named the Familyof .
Open Door international brotherhood project. the Year. The citation and tttise
the awarding of the plaquewas "It seems to me this is
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Former Miamian, Bert one of the highlights of totally unfair," he declared. ., /;
Stirrup, who spent over a score of years in Northern the annual dinner. Mr. Clark "There has to be some t,"
climes, is reported desperately ill in Christian Memorial received the plaque in behalfof changes In the exemptions.she .
made the trek to his wife and their six i i.
hospitals His daughter, Roddie, up
Providence. R. I. to fetch her daddy home.. Ann children. 1
Smith; former clerk at Dunbar Elementary, is now special -
secretary for Ralph Robinett and his Linguistic modelled in the nation's capitol recently for the /ihiy

program at Dade County Administration Building National Hotel Association Convention Cynthia
Howard (Boo) Hadley, Jr., senior medical student al Davis of Nassau will give up her island sea-food tem-
Howard University, upon completion will interne al porarily for the Miami kind, as prepared by Hazel R. ni4
Jackson Memorial Hospital. His registration will be No Grant, her Thanksgiving holiday hostess, during the
2 for JMH.. A Negro is already registered there-a first Turkey Day The Blue and White Club PostThanks-
The Ezekiel (Gloria) Burroughs are cuddling a giving Dance is a Knight Beat attraction for Friday,
Blue Bundle of Joy. He's been tagged Grady, born in (Nov. 25) A floor show is added to the entertain- /iLTL/ ii
Cedars of Lebanon Nov. 14 Verne Kelly-Thomas, ment menu Economy Drug will add a third link to
bedded in Room 309 at Baptist Hospital, should be out its prescription chain when Community Drug of Liberty : :: .:;..
recuperating at home in the flatlands of Homestead by City's 15th Avenue is annexed in early December. Dr. .:. ;:.t
the time you rend it here. Harold Jollivette will continue on as pill dispenser. .

NOTES ON A NAPKIN: The Charmettes turnout in THINGS I NEVER KNEW: That three mergers were : ; $ :: $, ,!' :

The Knight Beat Club last Friday dark proved a dilly. on tap for the same day and date, Wednesday, Dec. 28:: )ji, '*/ .F-' .._., "".:.'.,. i x'f.,<,' I
huddled together Adams to Holland Clarice Re- ;<: t.- ';"
I haven't seen so many pretty dolls Sceiva marry Major : '::'" f
since Miss Universe strolled across the planks. Th, gina Jolivette to marry Ronald Frazier Laurastine H, J!( 11:>ti;' F, g1tho1"" 1 h:
from Club Continental did the Mason to marry Lieutenant Fletcher L. Gibson But ft. /, ; :t'ii:.: ;#t. ;1 4\
last minute swap-over harm. Outstanding at this Sadie the latter couple has changed theirs to the 26th 'ft./ 4.fttt,.,. ""Y''M' ..! '!t VI' /, /x dI '
than 'C.i"
good 't"I'"v.: ,; A'
group in maroon Robinson and Delores Forbes are recipients } .. ...,'t" < I
Hawkins affair was the member-lovelies That Gwendolyn .. > ". .,"tltu, ""1/
a hsopi- certificates for completion of Travel Agent "' .M', "... v.t<."... + ,./, t
who ,
and black Sloppy Joe outfits, were ::f/'t''*''': .,,, ... 41' ; tlt5 f.D SCOTCKWJ 5 .
table lot. But the other sweet things theycall "guests," Training Course That our sector is screaming for a HJid/N',,,,*,,_.,.._'".w',I>M;: <.",..I. while bear-hugging and Retail Merchants Association-one that will seek to 1
flowed in an endless stream,
their hubbies and escorts. The femme flock, beautify our business boulevards at Xmas, New Years,
clinching casuals of their choice, which, of course was Faster and other holiday times That separation of :
wore choice, too. And the way their shapely torsos were of show biz partnership can prove detrimental at times. was here! j
my into those colorful casuals had the gals swing- Invariably a splitup means continued success for one : :
poured and swaying their bodies like Grandfather's Clock while popularity wanes for the other That soul sin

ing its pendulum. The gals really wanted to behave ger James Brown, who's booked to appear at Miami Can a Scotch actually taste good?Ask the bom-and- !:
swings fhe
A 2 for Alberta
wouldn't let them. Beach Convention Hall Dec. Mrs. Sawyerand
but their shapely anatomies Scratchers and the Father Simone's Volunteers of True Equality get- bred Scotch drinkers. They've been smacking their. ij
floor show backed by combined the Chicken to make the Charmettes together, received $60,000 for his recent appearance on lips over John Begg for years. Suddenly this grand i i
Prophets soul music old name is on the tip of everybody's tongue."Take a $ (
remember. the Ed Sullivan show That's it, folks, from your
dance one to '
Sadie Hawkins one-man-newspaper, who knows everybody and every- peg Begg. It's a wee bit better than the best,"say.. t
THIS WEEK'S WASH: Tantalizing Virginia Jackson '-s body's racket, but who offers love and kisses toMs the poetic Scots of their treasured John Begg,whose ;:
beautiful and talented daughter of Hampton House and mother, Mrs. Henrietta Sweeting,who will enjoy another taste is gentle and whose crice is light. '!
the raves
former manager, Bert Jackson, received when natal holiday come Tuesday, Nov. 27. IHS lUNOn SCOTCH HIJKItJ-H' Ploor..pom.1f. JAMES M.McCUNNI CO.,lilt,N.!. \.
t i of a Washington, D. C. inter-racial throng ,., .. ..... .,.,.. ., '. 4 ... :.... .. i t''

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10 THE MIAMI TIMES', Friday, November E>, IV66 .



I .
ANew .

.b' BeginningOn

last Monday this writer took advantage of the
opportunity to attend the graduation of 25 enthusiastic
SBDC loan applicants*. who had successfully complet.
ed the nine week course in basic merchandising. The
course was under the cooperative sponsorship of the .
Dade County School Board and the Small Business Development A rt
Center of Dade County, Inc., with George,W.
Kilpatrick, local grocery store owner doing anoutstanding ,
job as instructor. ...
In pleasantly informal, but highly impressive ce-
remonies, cards were presented to each of the graduates ;[
by Bob Simms, SBDC director and a plaque was presented
1 to Mr. Kilpatrick as a lasting memento of the stu-
dents' appreciation for the energetic, understandingand
quite professional manner in which he served as
their teacher.We .
say "A NEW BEGINNING" because, finally,
thanks to the SBDC, the Negro business owner is being
trained in sound business practices such as adequate
bookkeeping systems, inventory and cash control.
From where I sit not a single business operated by
any of these 25 graduates will fail because of lack of
business "know how."
In addition to the lessons learned in the operationof
a small business these men and women have had in-
stilled in them the necessity of exhibiting a pride of I
ownership that is characteristic of self employment.

As a result of this class they are now willing to ; r
pay the price for total involvement to learn their lines
completely.From .
where I sat in room 212 at Northwestern Senior
High School the togetherness and oneness of purpose j
displayed by the members of the class was a real inspiration
and left me with the wonderful feeling that
success in the rough" tough business world for many of
these people is inevitable.
Another thing about this group that impressed me
was its realization of the importance of organization to
the extent that they have scheduled a meeting for next
Monday night for the purpose of setting up a permanent;
organization to assist, one another whenever and wherever -
Many of these graduates were not eligible for financial -

aid, but were very proud that they had taken advantage ,.. '..."
of the basic merchandising course.
All were loud in their praises of Mr. Kilpatrick and ( photo) This happy group of basic merchandi- class, who on behalf of the class,presented George Kit-
_of the SBDC financial and training programs. sing graduates; all agree that, they have benefited; lm- patrick, instructor, with a plaque/ ; John Hoskin, Jr.,
mensley from the course. acting vice president; Kilpatrick; I and Earl. Glenn,
NEGRO BUSINESSMAN MUSTORGANIZE (Bottom photo) Left to right Robert W. Simms, SBDC managerial I coordinator. Photo by Frank JohnBUYING -
SBDC director; Larry Tresize acting president of thejr son.
Economics simply defined, is a man's way of earn-
ing a living. Then, this is the most basic factor of hisexistence. -:::..:-.- "
Educationculture and allelse are secondary.From -1 J
where I sit business is the measuring yard- ," A NEW CAR ? ?
stick that determines a country's power and importance.The ("
voice of the community is almost always the suc-
cessful business operator.If .
the Negro is to become a part of the growingand I/ tt. 1
expanding economy of our country, he is goingtohave t
to become more involved in the area of business.
With more and more dollars being spent and more and
more consumer goods, the Negro's plight has remained
the same.
This is especially true of Miami with the removalof
the central Negro business district by the Urban -
Renewal and expressway programs, Dade County is -
fastly losing the once established symbol of success. Smiling Eddie Lee 'Pitt- SAVE
Two things must occur if the Negro of Dade Countyis man, popular local busi
to have any future in this area: nessman. I IA the new own-
er of the Ulve-Inn Bar
(1) He must take advantage of the Equal Opportunity 1772 NW 79th St. Phone
loan programs being sponsored by the federal govern- I.91-9-131. He Invite all
ment through the Small Business Development Center his old friends to come Finance Your Car with Our
and the Small Business Administration. !'und meet new friends.
(2) He must organize. The only areas that aredealt Everyone welcome IndfSTART
with unfairly by agencies suchas the highway program, AUTO LOAN!
urban renewal,housing authority,etc. are the unorganized .
communities.In WORK TODAY.1! I
unity, there is strength-in strength, there is A Public Seivlee Over
power. Only when one has and exerts his power does he 20 Years
move into the mainstream of the American economy. Live In Molds 1. Shop around fur the car you want. Bring us the

The time for the Negro is now. Agencies are here Cooks Dishwashers Bus ParsonsGas Boys make, model and price
for help-insist that, they give you that help and Station Drivers -:F
insist that they remain in your community to offer such Hotel & Home Molds 2. We will okay your loan quickly and with no red

help. W. Appreclata >our tape. Our loan policy is liberal we wantto
-. Let each business join with ethers of his kind to BusinessREGISTER very
educate-organize and demand that which is rightfully make loans.
yours-a place in the great and really rewarding American flIFR
economy. 94382S r 3. Interest can betas low as 4%% on a new car, and

1 N.E.S" St"t payments for as long'as 36 months the lowest
MOTE: Those wonderful candid photos used in our .l
column last week were made by Jay Baker of the House payments possible also make loans on used
'of Photography. cars up to 5 years old.I .


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RC Cola to Give Classic

MY. Watches, Trophies"RC X .. 1r

vide huge and beautiful
I the
'Classic' go together like championship and runner-
tf ', ,,' 'peas in a pod' "Is thefavorite up trophies to the .participating
saying in this famed tropical teams. {
pdradise as the dates The trophies will be spotlighted
draw closer for the famed during the mam.oth
Orange Blossom parade on December 3 inthe
Festival which and RC "Trophy Car" whichin
will be
sponsored -
by Florida A & M four years, has becomeone
/ I University, Tallahassee, De- of the favorites of the
thousands of viewers who
cember 23. Y Y
line the parade route. A new
r The reason- the international RC feature this year will bet -
1/ -t jy Tt Y soft drink firm plays a Introduction of competitive Iw f lie
vital role in providing the awardstrophlestothetop r
key "extras" to the host three high school bands
/ school and its visiting op- that participate in the parade.
w ponent that contribute to
Nehi-Royal (Crown Bottl- YIN M
making the
/ event one of the
glamour sports attractions ing Company, Miami, will
in the nation. again host youthful parade
f/ participants at a record hop

ft t For the fifth consecutiveyear et School the Washington High 4._..
Gymnasium follow
Royal Crown
will give more than Cola 100 Co., ing in the parade, and will I w
specially -
1 provide
if and RC Cola -
) and inscribed to all of those in attendance.
watches to the players and
coaches of both teams, who TO HAVE FREE VACATION IN MIAMIDr.
I:' will be Representing Royal Crown '
"- --- annual honored at the fourth 'Cola Co.at this year's"Clas- Charles H. Michie, left, of Burkevllle, Va., is'

DAYTONAN MISS ROTC AT FAMU -Miss Carolyn sored Players'Royal and Crown-spon Coaches' sic" will be A. W. "Woody" shown receiving a certificate from Dr. Jams W. Holley
Sessoms will be in the F lor idaA&M University entourage dinner that will be held Fri- Ansley, Jr., manager,Syrup III, vice chairman executive board of the National
when/ the Rattlers invade Jacksonville for the Jacksonville day evening, December 2, at Dept.; Harry, Stephens, Jr., Dental Association for an all expense paid week's vacation -
Classic on November 26 and Miami for the 34th the swank Seville Hotel, MIami tivities manager, Midwest special market Division ac- at Hampton House Motel & Villas. Dr. Michiewas
annual Orange Blossom Classic in Miami on Dec. 3rd. Beach. In addition, Royal and Chuck Smith, director,; the winner of a contest held at the 53rd annual session
The/ Rattlers will be pit against the Texas Southern Crown Cola Co.will pro- special market activities. of the association in New York City.

University Tigers in the Jacksonville Classic. The

OBC opponent has not been named. Carolyn, the daughter -

of Mr. and Mrs. Van flown, 928 South Campbell St.,
Daytona Beach, is "Miss'flOYC" for 1966-67 FAMU. \MIUIHOB
She's a senior majoring in English in the College 6 T.129 I
Arts and Sciences at FAMU. BEER

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M.. CiTY
noM. {YCa1f IINn BATH LB.



Black power, is a political force like the Irish power in ...w BOTTOM ROUND
Boston the Polish the ROAST LB.QUICK .
power in Mchlgan, LatinAmericanpower co.w w .w N/wl s
in Tampa. IPost
Election AnalysisWe
have received communications from '
many politically / "A" '
active persons throughout\the state commenting on our u--.u' .
prediction on the outcome of the Governor's race, some of EVISCERATED s
which were almost complimentary of this and other pre- ; GOV'T.INSPICTED
dictions of "upset"political races. "29i C. a YOUNG PLUMP
Several others castigated us for our accurate predictionsand M
even accused us,of disloyalty to the Democratic Partyand .
to the "cause." We owe no blind loyalty to any party, : .' : TOM TURKEYS
and the truth rises above any "cause," which is'not basedon .. .
"truthlullact8"cannot be successful. Ji n >a 16 TO ZO Lti. AVERAG!
When High was struggling in the primaries against
his Democratic opponents, "big name Democrats were Conspicuously .
absent from his camp, either apparently neutralor '
solidly supporting High's opponents. In the run-off
against Burns in 1964 most leaned to Burns, officiallyor
unofficially.In .
the 1966 primaries and the runoff against then Governor
Burns High received no help from the 'big' name
Democrats, with the possible exception of Secretary of,Sta*> LIMIT ,
Tom Adams, who made no bones about his displeasurewith ON[
the Burns administration. '''I''!"' '
Yet he Democrats were -
won, when the 'professional' 'ov..tio
supporting his opponents, and lost, to of all people a Republican : TIt.C.S!
when the 'professional Democrats supported him
There is only one conclusion to draw from this that the 4Y-.rb' lATH LACK HAWK 39 Il1l JliUII '_1 '
People of Florida are sick and tired of being exploited by ::. CANNED HAM LL Y '
the same 'old Democratic gang of politfcans. I 1 DELICIOUS COOKED /


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Help Fight The War on PovertyIf

a job is open where you work have your

employer or yourself call one of your Neigh-
s plJaMrMrIQ (_ ifj

DowntownBrownsville C. Dent 377-0525 BANANAS Dttl-.K rcLLOwONIONS sTALK POTATOES

S. Hutcheson 635-8435

Liberty City C. Sutton 696-4350 j ) 3 29 3lto33

Coconut Grove |I. Readon 445-5387 J 1 '

Perrine F. Bowe 238-5T/1.. 't lBS. LAR6E DIAMOND 2 A8; 99s

Homestead L. Rahming 238-7081 >WALNUTS ,

Opa-locka, D. Irving 681-4683 RED ROCUD RADISHES 2 :Ads I

'395 'NW First St., Miami, Fla. LARGE 1O INCH 1


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.12 THE MIAMI L TIMES.. Friday..November, ,.25.,. 1966

RANGE. II National Council of

Mr. Henry Steward of 2340

I CARDS. MEMORIALS DEATHS NW 44th St.died Nov. 17.Survivors -

: are a wife, Elnora; a Churches General
mother, Mrs. Evelyn Steward;

.. a father, Robert Steward; two
brothers, James and Ernest;
IN MEMORIAM IN MEMDRIAM IN MEMORIAM two sisters, Rosetta and De- Assembly' Dec. 49MIAMI
bra. Final rites will be held
t In sad but loving memory r In sad but loving memory
in Louisville Ala.
of a sweet husband and fathei rof our husband, father and BEACH-Visttors asked about the Council:

WILLIE HARRIS brother Mrs. Leatha Bullard of to the National Council of Does it speak for 42 million

who departed this life NOV. 6220 NW 19th Ct., a pioneer Churches' seventh General church members? Where

22, 1965. citizen of the Liberty City Assembly here Dec. 4-9 may does It really stand on the

We love you dear, but area died Nov. 15. Survivors bring questions and com war in Viet NamShouldthe

God loves you best. Sleepon e,. include four sons, Johnny, ments about the Council's churches "meddle" in politics
and take your rest. Prince, James and Samuel ; work to headquarters Hotel ? Does the Council oppose

Pearl Harris, your wife four daughters, Mmes: Rachel Fontalnebleau where Infor- prayer in public schools?
And ChildrenIN Pratt, Mary Lee Brooks, Eva jned NCC staff membeswi)1 What does its Delta Ministry
M Mae Dunn and Lily Ross; a hope to achieve in mississippi -'
available 9:00
be from a.m.
sister, Florence Larry; other ?
relatives. Services will be to 10:00: pm.throughout Assembly "(Documents, charts and

MEMORIAMIn held Saturday at 1 p.m. at week at least one National policy statements on the

the Church of God of Prochecy.She Council executive together widest possile of
memory of will be in repose Friday ,with a staff member' Council activities range will be
W after 3 of the Department of Information
1c p.m.Jessie
,... *" available at,the Visitors Information
will hold "open
Center he said.
J. Davis of 2530 house" in the North Roomon ,
talks with
NW 161st St., Opa-locka, the mezzanine floor for
directors of major NCC
died Nov. 19. Survivors.are visitors seeking clarification
two daughters, Mmes. Ella or interpretation of NCC program units will be arranged
; Montgomery and Elizabeth policy statements, programs on request when pos
MCDONALDwho Davis; three sisters, Mmes and goals. sible.
departed this life Nov. 10 MOSE MILLER 0. B. Bailey and Mary Lou Church members in the

March 1, 1890-Nov. 26, 1963 Wilbert, as well as other "The Visitors Information Miami area are particularly
1948.May his soul rest in peace, Rest eternal grant him oh God! relatives and friends.Services Center at the Assemblyis urged to visit the ''Assembly

and may light eternal shine Let a light perpetual shine upon will be Friday, 12:30 pun.in designed to provide a platform and drop in at the Information -
upon him. the chapel. He will repose in for comments as wellas Center, Mr. Coates said.

R Mrs. Annie McDonald, wife him. the chapel after 3 p.m. Thurs. a channel for questions," "Tl invitation is also extended
Fletcher Coates NCC to members of the
Mrs. OpheliaThurston, sister Lillian Miller (wife) says ,
Charles McDonald, son Mrs. Virginia Walker of director of information. general public, regardless of
Mrs. Delores Hanna, daughter And Family 233 NW 15th St. died Nov. "This will be the time and the their religious affiliation.We
19. survivors include daughter place to discover once and for hope they will take,full ad-

Mrs. Clydell Watson, a all whether rumours about: vange of this chance to learn
sister Mrs. Hattie Smith; six the National Council of at first hand the answers to

MRS. BERTHA ROBINSONwho CARD OF THANKSThe grandchildren. Services will Churches are true, false questions about the Council,

departed this life family'of the late be held Saturday at Mt. Car or a little of both." its member churches and the
on mel, 11 a.m. She will be in Mr. Coates cited a number entire cooperative ,church
Nov. 29, 1963. Her memory LENTON C. MOORE JR. repose Friday after 3 p.m. of questions frequently movement."
lingers on. Sadly missed. wishes to express sincere
appreciation to ,the many Mrs. Evelyn Rivers of t

Mr. Emanuel Robinson, :riends for their.expressionsof 1837 NW 3rd Ave. APt. 1 was BAINS. GOODWILLMISSIOIURY
husband sympathy rothough cards the victim of a traffic acci- BAPTIST

Miss Patricia Robinson, flowers and other courtesies dent Nov. 20. Survivors are David Clark, a local busi-
daughter during their bereavement. A If husband, W. T. her mother, nessman of the Grove area 6601 NW 24th Court

Mrs. Maude Jackson sister special thanks to employeesof Mrs. Pauline Hooks five who lived at 3353 Charles The Goodwill Missionary
Osteopathic General Hos- sisters, including mmes. Chris Ave. died Nov. 18. Mr. Clark Baptist Church has moved to
Mrs. Mamie Warren, sister pital, N.M.B. and Range Maude five dau
tine Hartley, Hattie B. a new location and will begin
Funeral Home for their untiring Worthy, Emma Hooks, Jahal- is survived by his wife, its initial service Nov. 6th.
service. lie Hooks and Carolyn Maude, five daughters, five
Louise Hooks; two brothers David sons, his mother, Mrs. Re-
Moore mother
IN MEMORIAM And Family DIES AT 105 AT ST. Worhy and John Hooks. Ar- becca Styles Clark; one brother

In loving memory of ou PETERSBURGMrs. rangements are incomplete. H. A. Clark one sister
dear mother Mrs. Velma Burke, 12 grandchildren

SUI Browne,105 yearsof Baby Shirley Ford of 2170 Services will be

IN MEMORIAM age, died' Nov. 15 at St. NW 3rd Ave. APt. 304 died held Saturday at 4 p.m. from
Pet tsbura. Funeral ser- Nov. 19. She leaves tomour n Christ Episcopal Church,
In memory of my dear vices were held Nov. 21 at her, passing, parents, Mr. s ith the Fr. Theodore R.
husband, the late the Methodist Church in that and Mrs. Robert, Ford grandmother Gibson, officiating Remains

MR. WILLIE COHEN city. Mrs. Ora Mae Wygard; will repose in the chapel after
who departed this life Nov. She leaves to mourn one grandparents Mr. and Mrs. 4 p.m. until 10 Friday nightJie
21, 1965. Gone, but not for son, Johnnie W. Browne; two James Ford, one brother. will then be taken to the

gotten. May his soul rest in daughters, Mmes. Vera Knight, Funeral services were held church where he will repose ipREV.
peace. and Ola Browne; one daugh Wed. Nov. 23 in the chapel. from Saturday 9:30 a.m. until
ter-in-law, Mrs. Alice Browne; funeral time.
Katie Cohen, wife ,a granddaughter, Mrs. Jonnie Mr. Noah Nee smith of 909
Fary Bell payne & Mary
Mae Melts-all of
Opa-locka; NW 2nd Ct. Apt. 202 died
Knight daughters
four more grandchildren and Nov. 15, survivors are a wife
Son, Willie Cohen, Jr. Mrs. Almeta T. R.
one step-grandson; two sis-' Ruth mother, Mrs. Gusside Graham of HARRISONYou
Seven grands, ten great- ters and a host of other relatives Smith, a daughter Mrs. 1830 NW 69th Terr died NOV. have
l grands, two brothers, one 22., a cordial welcome
-- and friends. Emily Lake Sister
sister Mrs. Ruth to worship with us in
BERNICE FOWLERwho Those wishing to send Edwards, four brothers, all of our worship services.
departed this life Nov. cards and telegrams may James, Lee, W. B. and Baby Glen Wilkins of 2421 Rev. T. R. Harrison is the
28, 1965. May her soul rest send them to 2498 13th Ave. Frederich. Final rites will NW 80th $t. died Nov. 22. Minister.For .

in peace and may the perpe- CARD OF THANKSThe South St., St. Petersburg, be held in Valdosta, Ga. free transportation
tual shine Fla. Robert L. Tarrant of 3000 ,
light upon her. family of the late call 7544024.
Mrs. Hattie Lawrence of NW 54th St. died Nov. 22. Nov. 25
The Family
15910 NW 20th Ave. died
MR. VINSON LEE FRANCIS. Nov. 15. Survivors are four

Mrs. Beatrice perpall of daughters, Mmes: Ellaweese
IN MEMORIAM wish to express their sincere 1342-A NW 2nd Avenue die Northern, Catherine Camps -

thanks to the many friendsfor Nov. 19. Funeral. services bell, Viverine Dixon, Ver- LINCOLN MEMORIAL PARK
in loving memory of their expressions of sympathy -, will be held Saturday, Nov. nice Johnson; three sons-in-
Will b.
"" through cards, flowers 26, 1 p.m. at Ebenezer Methodist law; C. B. Northern, Edward closed Thanksgiving Day, but the gates will
: :
r. '''IfJ. and other courtesies during Church. Remains will repose Dixon arid Jim Smith; two b. op.n.

"" -4 our bereavement. A special in the chapel beginning t daughters-in-law, Hattie 3001 NW 46th STREET
II., ,- '. thanks 'to the Rev. Shipp and 1 p.m. Friday until 6 a.m. Peoples,Marie Frazier;sister, NE 4-4197

the members of New Mt. Saturday. Remains will repose Mary Graham.Funeral services E. JOHNSON, MANAGER, OX-1-9199
Moriah B. Church. May God in the church beginning 7 F will be held Friday, Nov. 25,
,,;.; 's'.of bless each of you. a.m. Saturday until funeral at 3 p.m. at the Church of

,\. time Saturday afternoon. Sur- Church, Opa-locka. She will
,-" ;;d' The Family vivors include three daughters:repose Thursday after 3 p.m.

11" Mrs. Lurline Bloodworth; Mrs
I David Henry McDonald of
Essie Mae Bryant and Miss
I ti ..... Eunice Perpall; two sons: 1105 Ave., D., Ft. Pierce,
+ ,' ) .... IN MEMORIAMIn Arthur Truitt Jr., and Frank died in Atlantic City, New
Jersey, Nov. 21. He was the
.t Griffin sister
I :"" loving memory of our ; one ; "s.IMillie'
L .?'.'e1: ;. :\' QrL' dear father and grandfather Dean; five grandchildren son of late Rev. H. R. Me.
Donald of
Ft. Pierce. Four
... ..
'H.. ..fir1 1,1'i
""\ CLEVELAND RUSSELLwho Mrs. Ophelia Thompson of sister: Mmes: Annette Espy ,
'. \ 1760 NW 1st Pi. APt. 9 died Jacksonville; Ethel Wilkinson -
":4' t, J departed this life Nov. Nov. 14. Funeral services Miami two daughters
-W-ROBINSoN: 26, 1962. will be held Saturday, Nov. Gloria and Helen of Atlantic

who departed this life Nov. Gone, but not forgotten. 26, 2 p.m. at Temple Baptist City, New Jersey. Funeral
May he in Church. Remains will services will be held in Ft.
26, 1965.' Gone, but not for- peace.. reposein
gotton. May he rest in peace. the church beginning 10 Pierce Saturday, Nov. 27 at IF YOU'RE NOT THEREWHO'LL
t\\ p.m. on Friday until funeral 3 p.m. at Mt. Olive Baptist
The Family The Family time Saturday and at the Church. PAY THE BENT

chapel day. Survivors beginning include 2 p.m. Fri-her Bernard Williams of 846 NW Now your family can have a lifetime hold on

CARD OF THANKSThe MANKER. husband, Calvin; three sons: j Mr.57th and St. MTS.Survivors James are Williams parents their home with Living Insurance from Equitable.

Thomas, and Calvin Thompson one sister and one brother. An equitable mortgage repayment plan pays off
family of the late ; Johnnie Marshall the
; one if
Mrs. Beatrice Sanders of daughter Lenora Funeral services will be Friday mortgage you die-Most Important, It meansa
SHEILA CLEARE ELIZABETH 1545 NW 15th Ave. died Wed brothers: Clifford,; Princ e Nov. 25 at 2 p.m. in the continuing life for your family in a home of
wishes to express sincere nesday, Nov. 16. she is survived and Preston stirrup; one sis- their own.

appreciation to the many by a niece, Mrs.Juanita ter, Louise Marshall; uncle, INCOMPLETE DON FAGAN -311-5691 or 695-5017
frienes for their expression McArthur, a nephew, John Harcourt stirrup. ARRANGEMENTSBaby
McArthur and a cousin Mrs. The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the
of sympathy, cards, flowers
Darren McNeal of
Lucille Drown and other Baby Wilbert Johnson Jr. United Stat... Home Office! 1285 Avenue of th e
telegrams and use of cars ex 2191 NW 3rd
Ave. Parents are Americas, N.Y., 10019.;
relatives. Funeral services at t son of Mr. and M's. Wilbert I
tended un the death of their Mr. and
Mrs. James McNeal.
loved one. 2 p.m. Saturday in the chapel. Johnson sr. died Nov. 19. Died Nov. 18.' I

01 .rstwyas xr. : I t .411 .t'II'I 14 'j''tll : ,-III
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1HE'MIAMI 'TIMES. Fridor'; November 2 '; 1'9-6 13

Powell Threatens;; to Get Floid.o; Congressman' 11!

Rep. Ad a m Clayton Powell said. ."Don't worry and Labor Committee,which \'
Powell (N.Y., D.)gave a hint about that Florida Cracker. cut short some of Chairman *,

,,:.,.. in New York Sunday that He's, a captive of his own Powell's power and auth- .,
!t, there would be personal recrimination prejudice ignorance and en- ority. S
I' against Rep. vironment. .' .I've got thingson Powell said he had been *
Sam. M. Gibbons (Fla., D.) him. given "a detailed 40-page v
who led the fight last sessionto report on this andivldual" *
rid Powell of his Congres- Gibbons Is said to be the by another congressman. \It

sional power. man who touched of the trouble He hinted he would retaliate tr,
Without calling names,. in the House EducationA. by using it.

Republicalls Promote "Two-Party-Cause"

The Dade County Re- Mendell Jr., Richard W. greatly appreciated. *
publican Executive Com- Tierney, C. Allen Brice Paul J. O'Neill Dade
mittee is happy to announce Gwen Brown, Roger Me- County chairman said he is ,
s4 Y that many public spirited cit Wh'orter and William happy to announce that the
k bens are making them- Klinger. Republican Party in Dade <
selves available for servicein County is unified and mov-
this area in the "Two- One Committee Member ing forward with delibera-

Party-Cause." At our last Robert A. Crecelius, has re- tion to bring truly representative '

..... .. Executive Committee Meet- signed after moving to an- government to all the ,
-- -- Ing at the County Court- other District. His past ser- citizens in our area of official >

\ HEUBLEIN SPONSORS PARTY Heublein, Inc., has joined forces with Misse house, a number of these vice on the Committee is responsibility. |

Morgan, owner of a national chain of beauty parlors, to raise money for the people were appointed to.

lonal Council of Negro Women. The "kick-off" party was held in Miss serve as Committee Mem-
Morgan's bers FAMU ALUMNI TO
filling those
vacancies "GET LUCKY"with
Je in New York with entertainer, Miss Lena Horne as guest of honor. Only Heu- created by past resignations.The MEETJoin j

In liquor products were served, including Heublein Cocktails, Bell's/ Scotch and new appointees are well a CALCULATEDHOT 1

I/me/ Gin. Enjoying the 'party, left to right, are Miss Morgan; Cliff Cooke, regarded residents In our and of the support FAMU the Alumni local LUCKY RELEASE J

blein Sales; Ken Sherwood, department store owner; Miss Horne and Dr. fu-manson community who have dedicated chapter for Mon., Wed., or Sat.
Association. Meeting
every Send only $1 Cash Dep. jf,
Harlem business themselves to bring-
man.EOPI.LIgiIervices third Saturday at the Roosevelt to Join Our Lucky Wig Club "<
ing about
good Government Savings and Loan at 7:30: REFUND If DISPLEASEDSEND .
through the Republican p.m. For further information, STAMPED"ADDRESSED ENVELOPE t-
M Party. The list of new members contact Robert Strapp, Oral For lUTi rtt m i t
is as follows: Herbert Allen or James Cash. MODERN WIGS BOX 141D. ,NT <
Atlantic City Now Jtraay 0404 <

pnk .
B .By"7rw1l1'1: >rafrnter'rlttorneycthe :;: 1 !." I.t: ,'
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.. SBDC Announces New loan Program ;
H last column we discussed briefly a few of the Dade 'f .' .
Bnty Courts and their main functions. In article i'
today's .l'J
BUSIN- desire their
"l. The SMALL a strong to start i
hall discuss other courts, and organizations of interestHie h ,, J'. ESS DEVELOPMENTCENTER own businesses.: ,
.Ao k
community. its Ex- + Semi successful
through existing
B) The Juvenile Court and Domestic Relations Court at ecutive Director Robert H.Simms. businesses seeking funds to ,4
I N.W. 28th Street, Miami, as the name implies, deals Economic e also will
announces a new grow or expand :
H matters of children and their parents; such as chiliHody Opportunity Loan be financed. Under EEL .
dependent children (those who are not being prop- Program.The (2) encouragement will be ,
B treated or cared for), delinquent children (those chil- purpose of this new given to those businesses in' .-
Hi who have misbehaved or breached the law), fathers program is to broaden the manufacturing and production :
B> fail to support, and other similar problems. Small Business Administration ; those which explo new .
B) The United States Attorneys Office, located at 300 assistance to the disadvantaged Ideas and those which can (<
K. First Avenue, Miami, assisted by investigators from business commu- expand employment opportunities <
1 Federal Bureau of Investigation, represents the U.S. nity and to make certain that \ or stimulate the *f'
ernment in legal proceedings. The U.S. District Court Promoted atBallantine meaningful assistance is pro economy. ,
r> controversies concerning those matters which areHbject vided. Residential and income t

to federal jurisdiction, such as civil rights cases The new SBA Program'now requirements for the old Ec-
d other constitutional questions. makes available two* ROBERT W. SIMMS onomic Opportunity Loans

3) The Dade County Building and Zoning Departmentich Economic Opportunity{ EOL' (2) loans will be have been removed. Appli-
includes the Minimum Housing Division, deals with P. Ballanine and Sons Re- Loan JYograms, EOL (1) made to individuals in cants out of Dade County '
tiers and zoning, violations of their James Glover are now eligible.
concerning building gional Manager, and EOL (2). higher income brackets who
e* and regulations, and minimum standards for housing. announced today the EOL (1) loans will be have experienced lack of op- For more Information
is department is located in the Metro Justice Building. promotion of Kiah Saylesto made to low-income indiv- portunity. It is anticipatedthat contact Robert H. Simms,
4)) The Dade County Health Department located 1350HW he position of Market uals. The emphasis will be this program will at- Director of Small Business
14th Street, has many functions and duties, including Development Manager for placed on sound loans to tract individuals who Development Center at 379-
certain degrees, health care to individuals and involveBnt the South Atlantic Region. existing business. Whilenew are well employed but who 0735, or the RegionalSmall
In matters affecting the individual and public health.ere In his new position, Mr. businesses may qualify have sound business plans, Business Administration -
is also a local branch of the State Board of Health. Sayles will be responsible for for EOL (1) loans it is not management capability and at 350-5521..
5)) The State and County Welfare Departments both haveal developing Ballantine sales the intent of this programto
offices and concern themselves with the welfare prob: and public relations programs provide start-up financ- 1
s of the community, including financial aid to the poor in the major markets ing for a small grocery,
d i disabled, and aid to dependent children. extending from Philadelphiato beauty parlor, carry out 1t
6)) Generally, the Municipal police are contacted regard- Miami food shop or other busin-
H police matters occurring within the community city lim- Mr. Sayles joined Ballan- esses of the type unless thereis Kickoff at 8:15 :
and the Sheriffs Department in the unincorporated areas. tine in January 1961 as District a clear indication thatsucha
I"he Public Defenders office represents persons charged with Sales Representative and business will fill an econ-
more serious crimes in the Criminal Court, who qualify later was elevated to District omic void in the community r?
anddlly for their services. They are located in the Metro Sales Manager. Before Join- in which it is to be lo- '
slice Building. A new program, involving VISTA person- ing Ballantine Mr. Saykeswas cated. Unless the community tf ck\ 1
assists persons charged with crimes in getting out of employed by the Lieb- clearly stands to benefit / '
J with little or no bonds. mann brewery (Rheingold) the chances for receiving :
of New York. Prior to this, financial assistance is slim.
t is up to each individual to avail himself of community Di-
vices and personal rightshowever often it is difficult to he rector was for Public former World's I I ORANGE BLOSSOM i

juire these benefits. One should contact his attorney or Champion,
>er qualified individuals such Court personnel, police Heavyweight
icials or civic or governmental organ-! ations regarding tended Lincoln and Mar-
rights and obligations in particular situations. Universities. He is a
!Hie person should always insist upon a reasonable ansBr quette member of National Association B-2 CENTERThe i
or response to his inquiry or request. Often a letter, of Market Developers .
one call, or personal contact will bring forth such a reply- ,
and recen-
other instances drastic action will be necessary the Elks Liberty City Neighborhood -
more been active in the Ken- 7 NIGHT \
tly Federal Credit Unionis
Vt is up to each individual to avail himself of community Center in
vices and personal rights; however often it is difficult to nedy New York City. now ready to do business. DEC. 3 \
quire these benefits. One should contact his attorney, or An organizational meetingwas
>er qualified individuals, such as Court personnel, police held at the New Hope
Baptist Church on Wednea- ( ORANGE BOWL :
'dais regarding
or civic or governmental organizations I II YEARS OF RESPONSIBLEBUILDING charteris
nesday, Nov. 23. The
rights and situations. SERVICE TO
obligations particular
here and everything is in 'j
The person should always insist upon a reasonable letter-ansr THE COMMUNITY order. A Board of Directorswas FLORIDA A&M RATTLERS VS. ALABAMA A&M "
or to his or request. Often a
response inquiry
elected. All who
... BUYING' BUILDING persons t
one call, personal contact will bring forth such a reply; have paid their 25*entrancefee
other instances more drastic action will be necessary CALL STANLEYPL for membership should !
ch as litigation or group action. attend this important meeting.
Remember that we are a nation governed by laws and IIIMB al l

asonable conduct. If one feels that a law or, ordinanceould O) vtlful H.m a. iR. i iI
be changed or eliminated, or that there is need for Built .n YM Lot All the staff at the Liberty
| additional law, then the law making agencies, such as or Our City Neighborhood B-2 Cen- ii
city and county commission and state and federal legis- Attractive Attrotlofll > ter urge you to listen "Your 1
Pure, should be contacted. and Addition Neighborhood Center Speaks"on
l\\'e have had many situations Involving landlord andCant radio station WMBM' i
problems which can serve to illustrate some of the eLot Your U I Worn OomollsK Out Sunday evenings at 8:45.

l ove mentioned items. Houio and Build a .
|The Florida Law sets forth proceedures to be followedfen Lovoly Now Homo .*. s....: $4 SO* 13.50'.$2.50 Taa IncL
stated Miss Frances Henderson, I
evicting an apartment house tenant and other Housing Colt Us for Poets About Federal Credit Union Manager TICKETS ON SALE NOW

county agencies, such as the County Minimum standards Building for the Liberty City Neighborhood MIAMI-UM downtown office 228 S.[. First St.t i Nary Rich WOO Biscayne
f Partment and the Health Department set fourth Good Bonk financing has been selected as Blvds RooMvtlt Savings I loin Awn. 601) N W. 7th Avti North Trawl
r which these will maintained Ills of course Bureau MM N W Third Community Drug Store 6750 N,W. 15th Avt t
apartments as guest speaker for the Annual Economy Drug Star, 1101 NW. 3rd Ave.( '
cumbant upon the tenant to fulfill his obligationssuch STANLEY BUILDERS, Tea of the Unique Chapterof COCONUT '.OVI-Grtnd Drug 3640 Grind Avenue
lament of rent, and proper care for the landlords prem- No. 115 Order of Eastern rtMINf-Pint Acre Farm 15715 S. DIM Hwy, CUfui .IDII-'II'WI;
!I. Inc.Llc..4 SIIoIII'9Iir.l.20245 S.Dixie. Hwy./ttrttor IIN11. Show Cwtwl" IKNMOMt
of daily life, Star on Sunday, Nov. 20, 817 MlIITachmond Heights Oruff I46M Lincoln BM; OADEUM-Did*
The E.: 0. P. I. has workers in many areas Utortd NW 43rd St. Mrs. Myrl Gibson Sports Ctnttr, 7495 Oakland Mill UNOAU-Diii. fell, 'inn 12175 S.
N are Interested and involved in projects which are Oui!* Hwy, SOW MIMN-ftpp Goods. 7230 lid Raid' WOl
worthy matron and Mrs.
mere erff-Alhtetie Souse 46M NW. .,
community. S"
l betterment of the individual and the are MS N. E.'79th Dorothy Thompson is record
N nine (9) centers presently in Dade County. Persons Mloml, Plorldo" ing secretary. |.
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t NEW MT. NOR IAH Women's Day A Huge FELLOWSHIPBy Richard McGhaney ,

Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor

Evelyn Souter, reporter AME 0 give thanks unto the
Success At St. James
The Father and the entire - God of gods, for his mercy

church want' to thank all the Theme: "Woman as a high. Music was furnished by endureth forever. Psalm 136:2.:

rr/ sons and their congregationsfor Spiritual Force in the Home, the female members of choirs The gift of God is eternal

the services that were Church and Community." number one and two, accom- life, and we all can have that

rendered for him during home- Congratulations are in order panied by organists George wonderful gift just for the

MT. OLIVETTERev. coming week. Words cannot for our chairman, Mrs. Sweet and Charles Higgs. asking, in prayer and medi- NEW PROVIDENCESis.

I. C. Mickins, pastor express how much we enjoyedthe Annie Mae Jackson Ivey and The melodious voices of the tation. Let us all join together Claudia Wilson, reporter

The pastor, officers and services and just havingyou co-chairman, Mrs. Catherine Southland Singers invited the in prayers of thanks- Rev. C. J. Bumey pastor

members of Mt. Olivette would home again. We are so 1 I Peterson for the splendid holy spirit which was con- giving for the gift of life Itself -
The Chairman
of to thank
proud We want
like to express their thanksto you. leadership exemplified toward tinued throughout that dyna- and for the many blessings -
Charles Jones and
Sis., Collins CoChairman
C.' O. -
all who helped to make the making this one of the best in mic message brought to us He has bestowed upon
Taylor who
worked faithfullyto the history of St. James. by our speaker, Mrs. Lee- Brother James Walthour,
54th anniversary a great suc- us, for God is real. My stu-
get program together wish to thank the membersand
The chairmen of the va- nette pennington. Each per-
thanks the
cess. dents honors for the week
and to all the members and friends for their
congregation of First Baptistof rious committees worked son present was given food supportin
friends who participated and are Misses Deborah Young of the of Men's
success our,
untiringly to collect their
Opa-locka and their associate for thought. Mrs. Penningtonwas
attended. We were so happyto 16400 NW 20th Ave and
assigned assessments from simply wonderful in her
minister Rev. Major Day.Many
see the first lady present Christine Jackson of 16221 thanks to the ladies
which made
Green who substitutedfor their members delivery.We .
j the afternoon service. 19th Ave. Opa-locka. You who
during NW stood so firm behind us;
entire memorable wish all of
Rev. Macon who is ill, this day a to thank the
\t and Rev. H. W. Moss and Our general conference one. Our pastor, Rev. J. B. participants and patrons of can get The Miami Times from the food you served was

congregation of Homestead. will be held Dec. l at 8 p.m. Blacknell, is most graciousto the day both spiritually and McGhaney's Rolling store. So most wonderful. You will

Sunday, Nov. 27, marks Joint rehearsal ibr Choir each of you who helped to financially for your very until a later date, if God's hear more concerning the

'\ the 3rd anniversary of the No. 1 and No. 2 will fo Nov. make this a very successful fine cooperation. Ou. total will, thanks and my prayersfor program by words of mouthin

youth choir and this promisesto 29 at 8 p.m. Women's Day.SUnday receipts for the day were all of you.FIRST the future. Again we say
As we all know Thursdaywas
\ be a most Memorable day. school, with Mrs. $4,280.97. thanks.

In the 11 a.m. service, our Thanksgiving Day; as Annie Adams serving guest The evening servicv The church at large will
Christians, we should always BAPTIST OF accompany the pastor to New
pastor will deliver the anni- superintendent, was most opened with songs of Zion.
versary sermon and the soloist give thanks to the Lord, for meaningful and well attended. We wish to thank the visiting BROWNSVI LLE Mt. Oliver, Rev. Weever, pas-

will be Miss Peggy Anderson. truly we have so much to be The 11 a.m. service was choirs for taking time out to tor, Ft. Lauderdale, Sunday

At 6 p.m. the youth will thankful for. filled with praises from on help us in this effort. Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor morning after services. The

present a musical program featuring We are still asking your Mrs. Donella Turner, reporterWe pastor wit 1 deliver the message.
prayers for our pastor, sick, The choirs
Mr. Alec Stevens and would like to remindour render the
shut-ins bereaved families
various choirs. Please song services, the senior
and those in the armed ser- Bishop Accuses Episcopal friends that Sunday, Nov. ushers will be in
come and enjoy these services vices. Visitors always wel- 27th is Men's Day. charge.

with us. come.Men's Thursday,Nov. 24,Thanks-

Church of Segregation giving Sunrise service will begin SHILOHRev.

at S a.m. Baptism will

The Rt. Rev. C. Kilmer Pike resigned to become u also be administered.

I Day At Mt Mt. Tabor Myers, bishop-elect of California member of the Robert Hutch- Thursday night, Dec. 1, A. M. Griffin, pastor
Holy Communion Sis. C. M. Myles
and successor to the ins Center for the Study of and Baptism. reporter

controversial JamesA. Democratic Institutions The General Conference will
Bishop at
Sunday, Nov. 27, will be I also be this
observed at Mt. Tabor Baptist Pike, Saturday accusedhis Santa Barbara, California.Pike the on night insteadof The No. 1 Choir will be-

Church as Men' Day. own church of "heresyof was rebuked for his 4 regular night. gin celebrating their anniver-

The pastor and members racism." doubts on such doctrines as 1 with We us invite each you.to. worship sary Friday night, Nov. 25,

invite to attend the virgin birth and the trin- Sundaywhere u with a musical program at 8.
you our ser-
vices. We will Outside the Episcopal ity by the Episcopal Houseof 1 warm welcome awaits your Different choirs of the city
present two I arrival.
Church Center of the U.S. in /
interesting speakers for the Bishops, but he was not will be present. Sunday at 3

occasion.Dr. ,. ., I, New York he said the church tried for heresy. p.m. Rev. C. T. Preston and

Gilbert! L.. Porter, assistant ". "i' was guilty of the "hereticaland Myers accused his churchof MT. ZION AME :ongregation will close the

to the deputy superintendent j ', blasphemous misunderstanding being guilty ,of segrega- OPA LOCKA anniversary. Dinner will be

of Dade County ,,-... and misuse of the tion of the races among the Rev. Milton F.ayson, pastor served following the 3 p.m..

Schools will speak at 11 ...meon Christian doctrine of man clergy, in parishes and in the service. ,

the subject "MU Tabor "'. that all men should be one." use. and sale of real estate. We ,look forward to Monday Visitors are always weld ,.
Men versus Juvenile, Delin-- night' when Bder Ford an come. Remember to visit and
'Myers, who is $uffragan "Our most successful, our -
his good people"of theTrue
quency. > pray; for the sick atidshutrfnf. 1 l la
At 7 p.m. SuperintendentWayne bishop of Michigan, In Detroit most powerful parishes... Church of God' in Unity of
\ will toCalifornia in are perpetrators of human
Sweeney from the Federal go West Hollywood will give a
Bureau of Investigation January. segregation," he said. short service after which we

will address the men of Mt. cows'. -sss w will retire to the annex for MT. CALVARY

Tabor. reception of appreciation for Rev. Samuel Atchison, pastor

The public is invited to DR. GILBERT PORTER GLENDALE DRAKE MEMORIALRev. the pastor and his family Constance Carter, reporter

attend both services. (RICHMOND HEIGHTS) given by the entire church

Music will be by the Male Elwyn Barnes, chairman, Rev. B. L. Turner, pastor J. W. Dunn, pastor family of Mt. Zion. Beginning The members of the No. 1Ushers'

Choir of Mt. Tabor Baptist Americus Jones, co-chairman, Rutha M. Harrington, reporter Sis.; N. Green, reporter Tuesday throughout the week, Board express their

Church, 6601 NW 17th Ave. Rev. P. s. Brown, pastor The officers and membersof the annual conference will be appreciation to everyone who
"Every Christian Ought to in a ession at St. Paul. helped to make their AnnIver-
the church extend condolences
be a Soul winner" was the We maintain if you want sary a great success. Special
subject of pastor Turner's. to the pastor and,his to work, come to busy MU thanks is extended to Rev.
UNITEDPRESBYTERIAN family in their hour of sor-
FRIENDSHIPRev. Zion. Bradley who brought the anniversary
message as we witnessed row. Rev. Dunn and his sis

J. B. Jenkins, pastor another Lord's Day. One rea- ter, Mrs. Fairley, attendedthe message. May God
Sis. Ruby Lee Carr, reporter Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor 'son that the early church increased funeral of their aunt, Mrs. ANTIOCH M. aNEW ever bless each of you.
There will be "Dumb
This Sunday is Advent so rapidly was that Bessie Protet of Craw ford LIBERTY CITY a
The president of No. 1Ushers' individual Supper, at the home of Mrs.
member felt
Sunday. Our morning message every ville, Ga. The funeral was Rev. A. H. Essix, pastor Corine Nichols 8180 NW 13th
Board and members his ,
will be "Immanuel: God with personal responsibilityhis held Sunday, Nov. 20. Annie Whipple, reporterWe
Ave. 8
The is
wish to thank their friends soul winning, Acts 8:1-4 p.m. supper
Us from Isaiah
7:14 and
Deaconess Nichols left scheduled
for their support toward their The majority of Christians invite you to worsh for Saturday night,
Matthew 1:23. In the eveningat last week to attend the funeralof with all of Nov. 26, in behalf of the
which ended today have us, our members pastor's -
anniversary Sun- largely lost sightof
7:30, the Senior High Fel- her brother in Savannah,
and friends on our Women's Aide Board. You are Invited -
this most effective methodof
day. It was a success. lowship will present a won- Ga. The church mourns with
Day, Sunday, November 27. to this .
Wednesday, Mother's Board derful program. soul winning-personal her during this bereavement.
will begin their anniversary.Our work. They depend almost altogether Many thanks to the Willing The morning speaker will 1
own Rev. Cleveland Hoi- We wish to thank the upon the public Workers Civic club for worship Sister Burney of New Providence

liman will deliver the sermonat Adult Choir and the Deacon preaching of the word for the with Liberty City.
us Sunday, Nov. 20.
Board for the salvation of the lost. Thereare evening speaker will
8 and outstanding
on Sunday they
J.m. Mrs. Estelle Zanders is the be Sister Davis of Greater
will conclude their anniversary worship service of last Sun- three great reasons why capable president of the club. New Bethel. In our Nov. 18 issue, the
day evening. It indeed helpedto every Christian ought to be a article entitled
with "Lamar
Rev. W. E. Sims Mmes. D. Sawyer,L. Reed, We are asking that
make our Thanksgiving soul winner, a personal wor- and E. Thomas you Chose Kirk" carried the
and congregation of New Hopein were omitted come and help make this byline -
charge. Sis. Annie Laster, Missionary Project a suc- ker: For Jesus' sake, for the from our list of women who success. daya of Jay McOlon. It should

president and members invite cess. We appreciate the leadership sake of others and for our helped us with our first Let us continue in have read "Released by Jay

to be of the elders and the own sake. The one great Woman's Day program A big for prayer McGlon."
you present. our sick and shutInao'ST.
youth choir, as they broughtto purpose for which Christ left thanks to them.
Monday, Nov. 28 at 8 p.m.
us an inspiration Thanksgiving heaven, lived, worked, suffered -
The No. 3 Ushers' Board will
Day service.We prayed and died was PAUL AME
celebrate their anniversary are in fine spirits ''soul winning Luke 19:10, and

with Rev. D. A. Bradley and and we give thanks to God fort if we are followers of his that Rev. R. C. Kelley Jr., pastor HELP HELP HELP

congregation of Mt. Carmel in TEMPLE Mary Rawls, reporterWe
his gospel of good news in should be our purpose.

charge. The president, Bro.J. Christ The Temple family was are entertaining the REV. ROOSEVELT
E. Wright and members 76th Annual Session of the
glad to have as Sun-
invite you at this time. South Florida Conference with

Our get well wishes extended GREATER NEWMACEDONIA day morning the officers and Bishop Hatcher presiding. of Macon, Ga
members of the Victoria Ward
all of sick MT. AARON We invite all our members
Chapter of the Order of Eas- and friends to plan to attend.

bers. Rev. A. A. McCraney, pastor tern Star. Come again, visi- We wish all the HEALER
Come to church, have your Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor tors. The Rev. Joseph Smith pastas in Jesus is truly grvinc victory
faith lifted.BAHA'I Every evening at 5, there Willie Beard, reporter was the speaker.The the conference great success to many many ntople'a
will be Christmas; practicefor in returning to their churches. problems/
all Sunday School child- We wish to congratulate young Remember our sick and SUCCESS CAN RE YOt/PS,
will the
sing during morning
See write
or me today. I
ren. Please be present and on Dea. and Sis. Vandell Bovanon shut-ins and pray for their have
service on Sunday and the a special message for
Miami Baha'i Community time. Essie Pugh, sponsor. the arrival, last Tuesdayin No. 1 choir during the even- speedy recovery. every troubled soul. Last
The building drive is still Christian Hospital of 8
will celebrate the Day ing. The Male Chorus goes to week many many peoplewere
of the Covenant, Friday, Nov. on, please pay your asses pounds, 7 ounces Vandell Central Baptist Church, West ZION HOPE helped by my special
ments. Bovan, Jr. This is their second selected Bible i reading,
24 6:30 at the James Hollywood Rev. E. J. Clark
p.m. Our shutins are Deacon and Rev. P. Freeman, pastor to be read on Special Days.If .
son may they con-
E. Scott Community Associa- pastor, to render service at Sis. E. Jackson, you want to be delivered
Herman Johnson Jackson tinue to in the reporter
progress 11 a.m. for Men's
Day. qUickly
tion building, 4901 NW 7th Send $1.00 and
Memorial Hospital; Deacon of the Lord. The No. 2 Choir is
This event marks the Parents are asked to cooperate inviting stamped; self-addressed
Ave. of the of Earl Colden, Veterans Hos- On Sunday afternoon, the in sending their child everyone to attend their an- envelope to;

revealing for Covenant this pital, Coral .Gables. Missionary Society will ren in"'lime to rehearsal for niversary which will begin REV ROOSEVELT
God with man age, Thought for the week close out their 14th Anni- Christmas.Get Friday night and end Sunday
through Baha'u'llah, as ac- versary. Rev. James Ever- evening at 3 p.m.
"There is a place that makesus well wishes to
the Baha'is. There go 630 MORROW .%VE.
cepted by of
son and the congregation
brothers his Brothers Theo Clark and The pastor is
none goes asking Macon Ga,phone SH. 5-6473
will be a spaghetti dinner, way alone; all we send into New Macedonia will be in Carl Hanna who have been everyone to remember the You will get theseSPEa'IAI.

and a short talk on the Cove- the lives of others comes. back charge. Sis. Ethel Woodside patients at the Christian sick and bereaved families .SfcL*?
:nant., .. .The. J .public is invited. into'Our own. is president. lii 1 A r Memorial Hospital*| Hull"+ iMOur< prayers, J3 |; h a VERSES: MY 'u 11'"\ MALI" IIR


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Y E'tr Cashier's' TraMm t, T The Key 1 1t t

Institute StudentOf

To Modeling

The Week

A KwwDjI guide to dccdopwg

poise,fJtarm and
tfcktagua of professional modeling

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Q. What is the purpose of a modeling agency?
A. A modeling agency acts as a business agent for a j
w ry f, model. The agency receives requests for models and passes '
these on to models who are registered. It is the job of the t
p agency to check to determine that calls for models are
4w}. legitimate. Collecting of fees due a model also is a function t
SL' of a modeling agency. Agencies charge models a fee on ,
the basis of the amount charged for the modeling job. t
' s- 7N A t
Q. What is a composite? t
c A. A composite is a printed sheet or brochure, showing :
the model in various poses to point up her versatility. ...
Some poses may show just the hands wearing gloves '
My name is Rosetta Cun- or the legs and feet modeling shoes, or the face showinga
ningham. I am now a student new chemical hair style,' or a full length photo showing
.J'.. at Cashier Training Institute. high fashion modeling. It should contain the model's name, 1,
Niti 'BJk I Through the years of high the name of her agency, the model's dimensions, color :
; i'
: t school, I really had in mind of hair, telephone number, hourly fees experience and all \
{ r of being a designer,then latera other things that might be of importance to an advertising t

y1 ,-;., 1 secretary. You see, I came agency or public relations agency. The composite is left :
< 1 I,. l from a very large family and by the model with every client- ad agences. Also, it maybe t
; .. I being the second: of eight mailed by her agency to those agencies that use live
.J. children, I knew that being a models.Q. i

... .. : designer would cost my family -
,. ', ;" '." I) too much money. I am a secretary in a small firm. For everday, how :
That was when I decidedto
'"" much makeup Is too much makeup? .
.. be a secretary. I than took A. This is the year of stylish simplicity in clothes and .
one semester of typing and makeup as well as uncurly hair which can be created best ':
.. ilia shorthand. After getting mar- of hairdressers. At
.. by.chemicals in the hands competent
: ried at the age of 18, which the office makeup should contribute to a natural look. ,
S interferred a great deal with Follow the natural outline of the mouth when applying :
15r 1.I my plans because I then had lipstick. Emphasize your eyes lightly with pencil and follow 'I
to forget about being a secre- your natural line. Your powder base should be applied I
tary and concentrate on beinga lightly. Some women prefer liquid base. Dab your face !
I wife and a mother to the with a moist sponge for an unmadeup look. This is the ,
children that I later followedthe year of "youngnc s." Make the most of declaring yourself -
MEMPHIS, TENN. Pictured here at the 59th/ Annual Holy/ Convocation: of the marriage.My and an Epic cool chemical hairdo from your beautician
I arch/ of God in Christ at Mason Temple is Bishop A. B. McEwen, Memphis, Tenn, marriage which endedin definitely will improve your appearance. :
airman of the Executive Board and Bishop J. S. Bailey, Detroit, Michigan, Co. divorce started me to .
airman of the Executive Board. A Pleasantness denoting victory is expressed. thinking about a career all Q. Is it true most beauticians are interested only in the :
over again. I went to work at hair
style of your ? 4
the Hampton House motel. A. A beautician's responsibility is to make you as
I Miami High That was when I adopted i beautiful as possible. To do this she should be sure your
new interest, which was PBX hair is in the best condition possible. Sheshould accomplish .
I receptionist. I learned to work this by cleansing your hair with a good shampoo lubricating ,
NOW PLAYING Adult EducationCenter the board by relieving the your hair with a cream usually used for chemicals, '
receptionists on their lunch stimulating the scalp with brush and massage and suggest- :
RIVE IN THEATRE hour! ing that you protect vour hair with a hat or scarf.
BeginsRegistration When I looked at the board ,
and saw all those' keys, I'

CARVING A LEGEND OF GREATNES I I thought; This I'll never learn. .- .

from the Blue Ridge to the Rio Grande I It the took Hampton only a day.House I then getting left SIW f "jfI E" A il

The Miami Senior High away from seven days a week ; '"" l 'i';; : ;
WrI1iO1JR aJJ1GJICUCIraooucnk Adult Education Center, 2450 and later getting a job at .'' Wt
"'EIEIITSBoLiN o i ; .; "I'.Jd :'W1i Iillt :
RICNAEDM SW 1st St., will hold advance Jackson Memorial student "',., ean6 ,. :.IJ: '
nurses' dorm which also fr 1 f ( I' I t
registration from now until "': ( ,
Dec. 22 for classes to begin consisted: relieving on the *'Fiitfel:: :t 1ii.: ? 1 :
Y8F I on January 3, 1967. The registration swtichboard. ; '' 1J.{ i. lll :
office is located: in I thought here is a career '.W ;
Room 171, and it is open that I keep running into and Y" ''.,GIY"g.l..m: Y rJif "
from 2 to 9:30 p.m. There is a am very interested in, so I J ;;tr ; ( registration fee of $2.00 for decided to give a great deal ;!" ) ekes &' lftV .e'I S"; "" "'1'J!'
each course, and some cour- of thought. That was whenI CALL; i34IZi2trt A'OR: 't/l l IZH{'
read about Cashier Training II
F small material
ses carry a or
called the number
Institute. I 1
'fS 55 S. shop free. There is no tuition. 4
that was in the paper and
S talked to Mrs. Beck. I arranged 1
W y { There are 128 courses an appointment for the CENTRAL
t scheduled to be taught duringthe next day which was on a Tues LIFE j
next IS-week semester.In .,day and filled out an appli-
cat addition to a fully accredited cation.
t w ,y f high school program, the Mrs. Beck then introducedme is not the biggest or the oldest Life Insurance -
I Miami Senior High Adult Education to the student loan which Company in Florida. <4<
I Center also has outstanding you can get if you qualify and 1
I programs in foreign still work if you have a pre- But we are big enough to be STRONG and
languages, English for foreign sent job and pay back: on a old enough to be KNOWLEDGEABLE in the
born,business education, mar- monthly basis. I accepted the
keting, trade extension, i preparatory offer and was informed the services we provide. After 44 years of ser I

4LVAREZ KELLY trade training, and following day that I could: vice to our people, we are still a growing

home economics.A start Thursday of the same company with one ambition: to be one of
which only took me
ALSO IN COLOR week, the best insurance companies in the nation.
.. _. two days. The third day I was
(CARL FOREMAN present free brochure, listingthe in class.: That is why we work so diligently to keepour
and Q days and hours each You see I am still workingon policies up to date, our services prompt .
*( :lSgl\ ff.II1lJTfJITfJl \VRe&utf1 class: is scheduled to meet, my present job and goingto and dependable and our professional stan :
\ COLUMBIiIA may be obtained by telephoning school two nights a week,
\" If SUiJIi I i I the school, 443-9341, af- three hours a night along with dards high. I
2 daily.Foster's student loan without beingin
RADIN ter p.m. my ----- 1
by ard strain at all.
PANAIIStfM, COIUMBIACOIOI ,..Y',it any instructor is Mrs. Davis, In the matter of Insurance protection, savings

100..... and My she has so much patiencewith educational assistance, medical ex-

you that you don't want ;censes, lob opportunities and .homeowner
to leave the institute. We are assistance Central Life excels. As of

f1BfI Appliance the like cooperation a big happy of family everybody with December 31, 1965, Life Insurance in force

helping each other. Mrs. was $27,441,441.00. Individual lives are

\ Beck: is such a nice person Insured.up to $50,000,000.00.As .
tm Repair & ServiceJ:3 with such a pleasing per-

ELECTRIC RANGES sonality, sitting there listenIng
to her talk I couldn' turn
we said, we're not the BIGGEST, but
OVENS down the offer. When I finishmy
COMPLETE HOT WATER course, I will not only we are trying hard to be the BEST.
INSTALLATION HEATER have a higher paying and better -
OF job, but I will have finished -

years ago, a career. If you O'F FLORIDA :
are interested in a career, enroll -
Cashier Training "YOUR FRIENDLY COMPANY- ,;
MOTORS now at
OO NE 4-1265 FANS Institute. An Institute that i
ti.i you won't regret from the day I
WASHING PL 4-6941 you start nor will you forget DISTRICT OFFICES STATEWIDE
that graduate.
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Education Week :i '
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I" at Bunche ParkThe ) ;; .

staff and student bodyof ,.'t I"i, ;,.
i Lr1wr"YwaiiLuscious ? Bunche Park Elementary \ /... ,., ,, ,:I' ., '
1. '. if.. ..
School elated ,
were very '. ;" ..'.. '
the success of their American ".'ft \.t.' }.' .., "- '" foIt. ',.:..".,
Education Week Activities.The \..b(. .. ..."f'. ,. .
makes : .J .".", "
cooking parties i \
swinging .
campus presented an 11.. .. \ ; ''Ii .
You'll dumb quickly to the top rung'of the party-giving elaborate array of posters, '
ladder when you have a slumber party. exhibits and the bulletin .'". j.

And, what better time than Soon, with two gala holidays board displays depictingthe
approaching? Unique and Jolly, a slumber party is sheer various themes for the k .M

fun even when or perhaps, because of it your guests week.Mr.
David I'emberton
bunk on pallets on the floor, or come ready for a hilarious
evening with their Boy Scout brothers' sleeping bag. started the week with a time-
The is "natural" ly talk on the theme Education V
bag a for your party theme.
Your imagination will work overtime and "camping out"is Adds "Up to Rational
just that if you use a make-believe silver-foil moon sur- Thinking. On TuesdayMrs.
rounded by stars which dangle from sky-blue streamers at- Molly Pangillnan, our
I tached to the ceiling. Plats Teacher, presented a "

Your guests will squeal'and,cringe in mock fright as they series of choral readings '",.- ,
listen to horror stories told around a flashlight "campflre"if centered around the '
"Education Adds To :::
t you want to go _'way out" in left ,field entertaining-wise. Up" !, .
Creative Mr.
And, when there's an added Treasure Hunt (in the dark, of Thinking.
I course) for a midnight box snack of sandwiches (left-over Kenneth Ferguson, a fifth -

C turkey from Thanksgiving dinner or baked ham if your grade teacher of Bunche Members of the ninth grade civics/ class at Browns
party follows Christmas, are delish!) Park Elementary was our tunity to share in the activi-
I Add fruit, cookies, candies and nuts one box or bag to speaker for Wednesday. He ties of their children by par- villa/ / Junior High School have made ,student participation
a guest- and top it off with a tangy, refreshing Realemon enthralled the faculty and ticIpating in "back-to- a regular feature of their monthly seminars. In addition -

bottled lemon juice flavored beverage, ready to quench student body with gems of school activities". to tie student program, the class listens to a talk
thirsts and soothe throats hoarse from squeals and laughter wisdom on the topic "Edu- Congratulations to the from an invited guest speaker. Miami-Metro Hews
and enjoyment is at its peak.Se cation Adds Up to Self-Re- Holland boys, Stanley 5th
Bureau photo.
below for liance. Mr. Dix Asleson, Co uncle 4th and Ed-
( recipe Apple Snap, an old favorite with grade,
and variations and ask vocational counselor of the win 2nd who received
some new exciting mom to help you grade,
to add enough engrediente to the basic recipe for 5 or 6 if Youth Opportunity Center. prizes for their essays on the
.you. have Invited more than that.) shared hi the culmination of topic "Why Good GuysGive"
the week's activities with
The .
contest was sponsored .
; ,
thought provoking cen- by Burdlne's Depart- q 4 -
tered around the theme
-1 meat' Store. The prizes were, ..
ucation Adds Up to Economic -
,presented in the Hibiscus
d ,l i.YN
Competence. Thursday Room at Burdine's and the
night at 8:00: p.m., the parents program shown on Popeye
were granted the oppor-
Playhouse TV show.

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a i Anthony Armbrister, son of game the night of Dec. 3 in

Mr. and. Mrs. Leo Armbrister, Miami's Orange Bowl Stadium.
2555 NW' 161st St., Opa- Armbrister Is' a sophomore,'
locka, is a member of this majoring in political science.He .
year's Marching 100, the internationally plays the trumpet.

LJLith- famed,fast-step-
4 ping band of the Florida A&M Joel Stirrup, son of Mrs.

Dorothy: Swindle, 14, t She is rice president of University Rattlers. The Johnnie Mae stirrup, 1369 NW
ninth grader in Edison Junior the Junior American Citizen band will play, parade and 32nd St., is a freshman,ma-

hearty, back-to-reality breakfast for your guests, still High School, who has a fine Club sponsored by the' DAR. drill at the annual Orange joring in music, plays bari-
chattering gaily over the happy hours spent before sleep record of service, and has Blossom Classic football tone horn.

closed tired eyes, is a yummy finale.If never been absent from school Cassandra E. Johnson, 13, :
you want to serve something other than turkey or ham since she enrolled at age an eighth grader in frowns- "
sandwiches to continue that unique party mood, slumber six, has received 'a merit ville Junior High School who F CallCHARLES
party "camping out" boxes or paper bags might contain award from the Dairy Councilof had the highest scholastic .
sandwiches prepared with grated cheese, ground peanuts, South Florida. average for the first marking I ; I"
chopped canned pimento, sweet pickle relish and enough period this year of all the
salad dressing or mayonnaise to make the mixture spread. The daughter of Mr. and studentshas received a merit ;i

easily on white or whole wheat bread. Mrs. Willie Swindle, 5802 NW award from the Dairy Councilof '1
Or, for something really different and again the teen 5th Avenue, is president of South Florida. f. 11 ROGERS
hostess' ears will ring with squeals of delight- serve Boston 1 Co-Ettes, a club which gives
Beanburgers prepared with canned baked beans, pickle rel- birthday parties for children of The daughter of Mr. and
ish mustard and slices of American F..... :
prepared processed ,low-income families who Mrs. Phillip Johnson, 2369 AT PL 1-7502
cheese toasted bread.Tastetantalizing
on never have had one before. NW 55th Terrace, is workingin
and nourishing "morning after" eggs a special independent studyprogram
are prepared In a buttered ramekin (a small baking dish
She has had awards for at school, is on th e For A Good Buy on
for individual portions) or in a shirred egg dish into whicha
scholarship, in 4-H Foods, superior honor roll, and is a .
of has been Break
tablespoon heavy cream poured. twc)
eggs into each ramekin, sprinkle with salt, pepper and pap- from Science Fair, and received member of Spanish and science A Piano
Her Organ
the first aid award clubs. outside activities
rika, dot with butter. ,
Arrange ramekin (one for each guest) in shallow pan. from her ei&hth&fade/ science include participation in her
Bake in a moderate oven ((350 degrees) 12 to 18 minutesor club. church's ,junior choir, the Scott Stereoor
PAM Club, dedicated to per-
until eggs are set.
APPLE SNAP She has the Miami Public sonality, appearance,and man-
(Serves 5 to 6) Library Summer Reading club ners, and belonas to YWCA. Orchestra

Combine 1 quart apple juice and 3/4 cup bottled lemon Certificate for four years,
The Council has
juice. Add 1/4 cup sugar and stir until dissolved. Fill 5 or had perfect attendance for Dairy a Instruments
to honor
6 (or as many as you have prepared for) glasses about 10 years in Sunday School at continuing program
2/3 full with this apple lemonade; then add enough crushedice Bethel AME Church, and was meritorious young people in
(or ice cubes) to fill the glasses. selected as the most outstanding Dade County. Nominationscan
member of her Girl be sent to Agnes Edwards,
Scout troop. P. 0. Box 615, Miami, 33152.


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THE MIAMI. TIMES.. Friday. November 25. 1966 17

I Spearing with......... t I Colorful Emmett Ashford Here I I

i; For Orange Blossom Classic !t

I BY HARRY I a nas long been an axiom In major league baseball that says, worriedly; "it's tint"!- I.f.
( good umpire is one who works a game with such un- Ashford is a,master at improvisation When he is working j.
i JiJTHS PLAY BOSTON PATRIOTS SUNDAYIt obtrusive his competence that people in the stands are barely behind the plate, no' two strike calls are alike. Nor ...
Strle presence. That was true in 1900 Iud it was does'iie'eve?"'loPon-fthat he is racked by Indecision., He
seems that the Dolphins play their best games In 1965. gestures wildly -and differently. tHis
Ithe Orange Bowl. It shows the crowd is the enthu-

Isffl. Therefore, don't let the losses away from home But now it is 1966 and it appears that the old axiom style is inimitable. The right arm may sweep to
[courage you ,fans., After all, they try their best to has been shattered. For along has come Emmett Ashford the side, then up and finally, down like a karate chop. t
Lfy you. That's ,what counts. I read the questions a gay unabashed showman, a 48-year-old man with a lot Or it may reach up and give two short jerks. Or it may
It are asked of Coach George Wilson to explain. Af- of little boy in him, a wandering minstrel of the umpiring reach out and pull back with tremendous vigor.
the play is executed, we can all be second guessers profession who finally has made it to Broadway. (

J let's put ourselves in the coaches position. This is When working second base, Emmett invariably sendsa :
[first year team with quite a number of rookies nho In addition to the competence acquired during a fifteen- titter through the crowd when a ball is hit to the outfield.
e: played nothing but college football, playing along year apprenticeship in the minors, Ashford has brought He not only races out for a close look at the catch, but t
of a bunch of pros. 'It takes time to get them ao to the majors a bubbling enthusiasm, and a flair for streaks back, often spinning around and running backwards :
toned e to one another's plays.Then againthe injuriesteam the dramatic that has made him the most exciting thing to the accomplishment of applause. r
[ has suffered. I don't think a player on the team to hit the men Jn blue since serge. When the Orioles' Frank Robinson first got a load of that a
act, he observed wryly, "Ashford gets a better break on a I
has not been sidelined Crom'an injury sometime orother. fact that he's the first Negro umpire In that majors fly ball than Paul Blair." ;
And some of them out for the season who only adds a final touch to the "colorful" picture. '! guess t
luld have been a great help to the team. Therefore, you can" say I'm colorful" he says. "I'm colorful in two Ashford always has been consumed by the urge to run '.
[n't give up, we have a few more games at home to ways. And he explodes into laughter. and hustle. He attended Chapman ,College in Los Angelesfor j
ay. Let's turn out for these games and give them alle Emmett Littleton Ashford is destined to be greatly liked, three years and was on the baseball and track teams. r
encouragement you can. They need it. or greatly disliked, but never ignored. When Joe Cronin, "Being a former outfielder and track man," he says, "I'm t
This Sunday, Nov. 27th, the Dolphins play the his American League boss, hired him last fall,thereby doubling used to getting a jump on the ball" ,
tern Division leaders, the Buffalo Patriots who are be yourself.salary to Don't about $9,000" he advised him, "Emmett Ah Emmett is a loveable showboat, all right "I've ,
.1.( This same could surprise everyone with an up- change. been doing it so long, it's a part of me. I guess I'm just s
k Other teams have done it. Why can't the Dolphins He hasn't. And as yet there is no evidence that so full of enthusiasm it comes out that way. The players,
that editor is doesn't anyone consider it as a matter of course. They Just care if I'm
|o ahead, say your sports optimistic. As like him just the way he is.
all know, I am like the team, I don't give upI Ashford is in our town to help publicize the 34th annual right or wrong. I'm gonna be wrong sometimes, but in +
the meantime I'm like the devil the human
Orange Blossom Classic working to keep
uld write something about last week's game onlytheher featuring the Rattlers of Florida "
A&M University and that error from creeping In.
high-stepping,fast-moving Rattler
have used it therefore I don't bore .
newspapers band. The Classic wUl be held in the Orange Bowl Saturday, ,
in repeating a story over and over again. But December Emmett's umpiring career began quite by accident He j
fill look for you all Sunday ',4:30 at the Orange Bowl.As Fans love Emmett, players are amused by his downingand was playing semi-pro ball for a white team named the 1,
for the "ball-hawking" reputation of the Dol- satisfied with his competence, and his fellow umpires Mystery Nine, although "the real mystery was how I got ,I
bins, in their most recent outing, against the Kansas don't appear to resent him for all the attention he is receiv- on the team as the only Negro member." Well one day
in the ing. They regard him as they might a playful son, with the umpire didn't appear and they asked Emmett to
pity Chiefs, top team AFL's Western Division, smiling toletance. They humor him, and he knows it try.
e Miamians intercepted three passes and recovered and loves It."Emmett. An umpire he's been ever since.
ne i opponent fumble in all nine league games played to After a pro tryout in 1951, he worked in three minor ,
& leagues before graduating to the P.C.L.in 1954. There he '
ate. was a legend in the Pacific Coast League
remained, rising eventually to umpire-in-chief, until the j
The Dolphins also must be regarded as balanced says Bill Haller, a member of Ashford's crew. "But he
from Cronin last fall.
puts on an even better show up here. More people." summons came ,*,
Offensive team. In the nine games, they have had 275 4 .
funning plays and attempted 265 passes Ashford does everything with a flourish. He If the road to the majors was rocky, Emmett conceals :;
1 Defensively the Dolphins have been a strong team, much energy into the routine task of dusting off the poursso plate the bruises well. Along the way he obviously acquired the of
fend throughout most of the season have been one of theeagueleaders that the whisk broom often flies out of his hand. ,But the necessary umpiring skill to command the ,respect of play- ,a
era and fans alike. The colorof his" skin was
in rushing defense" crowd doesn't boo him for showing off. It laughs. Onlyan largely ignored. :

accomplished showman can elicit such a response. When you boll it down, then, the real color Emmett ;
ALABAMA A&M VS FAMU IN THE ORANGE "The fans' response has been wonderful" he says. brings to the game actually is a dynamic personality. His t
"I haven't been booed yet." Then the down in him manifests suit is blue but his spirits are not "Everybody says base- t
[BLOSSOM CLASSICAlabama itself and he frantically searches the room for wood to ball needs more color," he says, "and 'no one can fill I

A4M University of HuntsvHle, Ala. will knock on. Lunging to the door, he raps on it...' "Oh," he the bill like I can." Agreed. Y

bring along with them:some real good credentials when .
they play the Rattlers Saturday Dec. 3rd at the Oran .
Bowl with proceeds going towards scholarships fo r __ ljv

Florida A&M students. .
This will mark the first Classic appearance of ,
Alabama. FAMU met them in regular season last year, I
defeating them 28-14, enroute to a 7-3 season. I(
The Bulldog quarterback Onree Jackson is 7th in \
the nation in the total individual offense with 1480

yards for a 211.4 game average. J II II
Erskin Valerie, Alabama's punter ranks fourth
.among the nation's punters with a 46-yard average in t t
32 kicks. The Rattlers' John Eason is seventh with a ,
45.2 punting average.In % ..

total offense, the Bulldogs rank sixth amongthe tI
nation's colleges with an average of 402.5 yardsper tt
[ game, while they're fourth in passing yards, with + I

250 per game.TROPICAL 'i iI r t



Some of the riders who raced on the Tartan Track
Saturday and Monday at Tropical Park praised the new I
edition to the track, the controversial synthetic strip. I
Last Saturday it was a different story. Some liked it,

and some did not. Monday, there was another opinion.Their I
comments were entirely different. Some of them I I II I
I laid it's going to be the greatest thing in the country. '; C.
The horses and riders just have to get used to it. A '
question was asked "what if you fall off a horse, then
what?" The answer was, "You take a chance anytimeyou
ride on any track." The horses like it and a numberof

rdiers liked it. It's just a matter of time before they'll&e _
using it all over the country. It's as safe as anytrack 4'-
anywhere. Some jockeys say they will ride any horse nJ.i.. Jr ,
they! want them to on the new track. Some jockeys did .
not alter the Most of
situation especially the jiders. i
are not accepting mounts on Tartan Strip. I
number of jockeys here total 101 and only 8 horses
| lowed on the strip. There will be no trouble for al.1



The sports world will miss a great sportsman in ,

William B. MacDonald Jr., a selfmade man. I had the I .,s11 1 ..111t
Pleasure of working for him with the Miami Marlins and ;
the to work for. I i
Tampa man
Tarpons. He was a great
had about eight years with him, a finer man you could
not find. Bill was active in aU
ashe was known,
around tournaments, base ball +
golf i
championship fights,-- horse i cing and horse shows.Too I .
him He was A'
much good could not be said about
liked by everybody. May his soul rest in peace. i

The, University of-Miami has been invited tothe
Liberty Bowl, to play either Colorado or Wyoming covEtedHelsman and : ___-__ ..J
Florida halfback Steve, Spurrier has won the


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.1 1R THE. ..MIAMI. TIMES.., Friday... November. ,. 25. 1966,
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,, ."., lent Association Building on
; W"-" .. "" ,i;,_.",,',"'" NOTICEThere GLADIATORS NW 17th Ave. The door prize NO QUALIFYING
" ':;'d! ; SOCIAL CLUB was a stereo phonograph. The 4T59 NW 15 AVENUE
will be a meeting
'" proceeds going to Thanks No Loan Cost
for the of all 1graders
/ t : parents The Gladiators Social giving baskets for the needy.
attending Miami Jackson Vacant move right into
Club sponsored their first The club has been doing
High School, Tuesday,. annual dance Saturday, NOV. bit of charity work this lovely CBS. $93.86
r Nov.,29, 7:45 p.m. fn the au-i+ 19th at the Police Benevo- this year. per mo. pays everything.
ditoHum. membershipclub * * *
It is a private
and has been in exis- $350 Down
,,t tence since June, 1966. A No Qualifying
ARCOLA LAKE!! drawing for a trip to Kingston 2151 NW 46th Street
I"I Jamaica was also held Vacant.. Move in.
I Seller Pays' closing costs. $500 down. $96 Sunday at the club. The win- ALLAPATTAH REALTY

/1 1I mo. Fla room, sprinklers, carpeting, stove. ner -was Mr. Jay Holder of 3517 NW 17th Avenue
Coral Gables who is employed -
I Also Lake Open 2 til 6
on at Mt. Sinai Hospital as a

t, 1060 NW 85th St. FHA, $700 down technician. The club is lo-
cated at 843 NW 54th Street.
8343 NW 12th Ave. FHA. $600 down

,.0. Also ,3 bedroom 2 bath 17,500

,.." $3,000 BELOW FHA

'$7,500 TOTAL

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i HHWHWVMBiWWiHHMWHVHMMViMHl t Sm S P m B BB Sm m l A Large 3 bedroom.extra large Fla room Refrigera-T OWNER 75a8U91lH.J ,
T tor, stove end other extras. VA
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Gorgeous swimming pool, 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
is Attained Hard WorkThe .
By T corner, fenced, no qualifying. f. '

A 2320 9\181 STREET t
career of1 DeVera Edwards ships in: American Womenin
consumer service coordinator Radioand Television;The I Above average, custom built 2 bedroom, 2 bath, .t
for Pharmaco, Inc. National Association of spacious Fla room, garage,.central heat, air canT OPEN SUNDAY ALL DAY
of Kenilworth, New Jersey, Business and Professional ditioner,
has been like the movementof Women; NAACP; Urban NO QUALIFYING MOVE RIGHT IN!

a second hand on a per- League; The Scalaway Social + 1726 NW 93 STREET Corner 3 bedroom CBS, tile roof enclosed front
cUloned working electric Club International Platform Park buses
; Manor and
porch near stores
clock.in constant motion. and is a press memberof dj J 2 bedroom beauty, fenced, all mica kitchen, separate schools. Pay $750 down and take over FHA pay
garage, patio.
the National Interior Designer
During her career, Mrs. Association.The meats or $94 month pays all.

? Edwards has traveled a- glamorous career of T 2300 NW 89 TERRACE
round the world to Europe, Mrs. Edwards has been dotted NO QUALI FYING MOVE RIGHT IN!
South America, North Africa Large corner lot, 2 bedroom fenced, carport, +
with such positions as: .. fenced double lot
Canada,Bermuda and stove, refrigerator, drapes, well and pump. Corner CBS, awnings' Ia-
Home Serivce Coordinatorfor +
the Carribean Islands. Presently (ousted windows, air conds., aarqge, wall to
Ebony, Tanand Jet Magazines t wall carpeting, stove and refrigerator. $750down
the duties of her job when she was the co- 1837 NW 84 STREET 4

requires her to travelto every ordinator for the first Ebony J 2': bedroom special, Fla room, air conditioner, dfcJ and takeover FHA payments of $96 mo
maJor' city of the United Fashion Fair to tour the .. pump and well, fence. Total $10,500 FHA. AT pays all.
States to attend conventionsand
United States; Home Service
meetings,conduct charm Director and fashion 'editor 4 THIS IS A VERY BIG BARGAINCBS
clinics at college and universities
appear on local and for Sepia producer Magazine and script; Associate con- J t 553NW58ST. & 5814 NW 5 CT. 4 tile roof, awnings spearate garage, Fla
national radio and television room, stove and refrig. Price only $8,500 FHA
sultant for By-Line Newsreel
programs and to appear at which services I I Negro thea 2 buildings on one lot. Good rental income. + with $300 down and $52 month. Don't miss this!
many other civic and social ters across the United States.' I Priced to sell. $7500. 0A
event on behalf of Phar VERY GOOD 3 BEDROOM CBS
At one time Mrs. Edwards 6821 NW 4 BUY -
maco, Inc. United Airlines AVENUE J
directed her fashion and
honors her as a "One Million consulting business.In T 8 units on 3 lots. Very clean. T Fla room, jalousie windows refinished hardwood
Miler" for amassingone 1962, when she car- floors, freshly I painted stove and refrlgerator---
million miles of air travel ried the first American Mens- <4 WE SPECIALIZE IN THE FHA & VA RESALE TA large lot. FHA price' is $12,000, $400 down and
with that airline. $74 month. Vacant.. We have
wear fashion show to France PROGRAM. NEW LISTINGS DAILY. LET OUR T key.I
Mrs. Edwards, a New she was asked to playa small T EXPERIENCE SERVE YOU. J
Yorker who exemplifies the part in the movie "Sodom < DUPLEX OWNER PAYS CLOSING COSTS

sophistication and polish of and Gomarrah." She accept I KING REALTY, INC. OF MIAMI REALTOR f Like duplex 2 bedrooms each side jalousie
new ,
her career, radiates charm, ed and the movie was filmed
always displays a ready on location in Morroco. ,.I 800b NW 7 AVENUE PL 1-9708 fsfar&t windows, appliances, best location, near stores ,

smile and appears tobebub- If Mrs. Edwards were ask ............... schools, buses. Owner will sell for FHA valuation
bling over with energy. ed about the achievements and pay closing' costs, tool I
Listen in "Who's Who in she would most likely say
America Women," "Who's they were attained by noth-
Who in the East" and ing more outstanding than \ ; 7 urw* i x .
"Who's Who in Commerceand hard work. ., ltst\ liiyifii: I ': ;IMIi'.t g'ti' Beautiful 3 bedroom CBS, 2 lots, corner, tile
industry" Mrs. Edwards That's the kind of person jrt*.*n,w..lr<:-,. : ,. :' roof, separate garage, wall to wall carpeting ,
also holds member- she is. fenced yard, awnings, Fla room, large custom

NO CLOSING COSTS ON THE FOLLOWINGNICE built mitchen, modern appliances, cement kiddie
pool, $16,000 with $600 down and $98 month.
3 BEDROOM CBS on large lot, appliances

Only $250 down, $75 me. pays all. $10,000 FHA. OWNER PAYS CLOSING COSTS

LOVELY CORNER 2 BEDROOM CBS. Large Duplex, beautiful 2 bedrooms each side, screened *
back porch, terrazzo floors, reverse cycleair
play room can be used as third bedroom, $250
down, $11,000 FHA. conditioners stoves refrigerators, car.tl.g.
Everything like newl $18,000 FHA $800. down

CORNER BEAUTY $&,110 ALL CASH. 1 bedroom and $107 month.CORNER .

Av., .' IH.tfvl, 4lpk4 Fla room, large living room and large kitchen
y utility room, awnings, patio, fenced. 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH CBS
i80 d p"-0 NO QUALIFYING HOME INCOME Tilt roof, awning windwos, fenced yard, patio,

2 HOUSES ON LARGE LOT. 3 bedroom home awnings. Near buses, schools, shopping. FHA
3I 2 f ? .
1C'P2N 'St. t11MPlitc"1 lit
r. lvey't + and 1 bath cottage. Only $1,000 down. $12,000 price is $15,500 with $500 down and $100 mo.
total. This. Is a luxury home in a fine neighborhood.
025 ,.
4r2.r2. rx(5)1534 f Str" 11upx$3 ';ow.l

( ) Nw'44ti St A1$ .ws DUPLEX CBS BEAUTY. 2 bedroom and 1 bedroom BEAUTIFUL HOME AND INCOME AT FHA
: $722
;r rrYw! ,1 l rtea 'spyfi 4r .,. c 1 apt. furnished $13,800 total. Front house has 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, jalousie

t ((6)) 3GN NW) tf NStt $S31etete p call+. 'taM r. 6 YRS. NEW CBS DUPLEX. 3 bedroom, IK bath windows, built-in kitchen, like new appliances

and 2 bedroom, 1 bath. Built-in kitchens Large rear house is some with one bathroom.
(feki f NMf:11 vcivriiiwi; ,Pr .'el i ce s dining rooms. 2 bedroom completely furn. $3,000 Fenced wall to wall carpeting, air conditioners .

9} 1821'NWaS3rd'Torrt; % ,SW X sowe.$30' wee$ down, $19,000 total. FHA price $16,500, $600 down and $99 month.
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utility room, 2 car garage. Total $17,500. Terms $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING


14460 NW 22nd Avenue $15 week '$100DOWN FOR VETS & DISPLACED PERSONS LISTINGS
3098 NW 56th Street $20 week
5710 NW 2nd Court $20 week

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State Alphas Meet in

CLASSIFIED ADS CarverRanches .j

Daytona Beach

WEDNESDAY NOON, Mews The annual Florida State by
i meeting of the Alpha Phi Alpha James E. Huger.
scheduled to be
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT '--by Walter Hew ---' Fraternity, Inc.,la scheduled present Chapter will Include: Upsilon
to be held' at Holiday
Costs Luxury house. $27 per week. Marsha Johnson daughterof Lambda, Jacksonville Beta '
No Closing 1602 NW 82nd street Inn-West Friday and Saturday
Lc style, complete- CBS, 2 bedroom, apt $22 Mr. and Mrs. Stafford Nov., 19, and 19 Beta Lambda, Miami Beta
Lanced yard. Has carporte. FHA total price $12,000, only Nice 1 bed. duplex. Apt. $19. Johnson of 21st St. and 44th The host chapters pre Delta Delta Lambda, Daytona
llOOOO total. 1250 down. $400 down and $94 mo. pays NIce 1 bed. CBS, apt. $17.50. Ave., West Hollywood, was' Beta Lambda'and Beta Del, Beach, Gamma Zeta Lambda
or ex-way $100) $73.08 all. 3 bedroom CBS, fully Good 2 bed., rear house $22. here last week from New ta. The Convention theme Is Tampa, Gamma Mu
(vets month pays all. No do- fum. wall to wall carpet, Corner 1 bed. CBS duplex apt. York City visiting her relatives '"Today's Realities To- Lambda, Tallahassee, Del.a -
per costs. Biscayne Realty, awnings, this is a wonderful $19 week. and friends. She was morrow's probabilities." Delta Lambda, West Palm
ejng 7598600. buy and a must see. Drive accompanied by her son. A Beach, Delta XI Lambda,
broker, CBS, 1 bed. duplex apt. $19. Registration will begin at
Inc. then call
by me. A. Ben-Kori
of PI Lamb-
graduate Northwestern Orlando Epsilon
-..---BedroomCBS Realtor, 612 NW 60th St. Callanytims porch plus.Duplex apt. 9:30 Friday morning in theHotel's
3 $19.LIBERTY. Senior High School, she is da, pensacola, Zeta Alpha
Room #1.
CBS, only five years old, one 7512243. RENTAL AGENCY better known as "Marsha and Banquet Lambda, Ft. Lauderdale,
very clean and neat. -- 2020 NW 62nd Johnny" when they made th ir'song.flit Greetings will be given dur Eta Kappa Lambda, Ft
owner Best in sessions
Town by
Buy ing the opening
wind ovs, terrazzo, 633-7809 in the 50s. Pierce Theta Eta Lambda,
jalousie 3 bedroom 1 bath Richard V.
CBS with Brother Dr.
noors. $12,500 FHA total. Fla. room. This is really the Come into our office and we Mr. and Mrs. Ormond Ramsey Moore, President, Bethune- St Petersburg, Delta Beta
$100 vets or ex- (BCC), Daytona Beach, Beta ,
will of
$300 down ( best buy in town, FHA terms, show you a good apt. 25th st. and 43rd Cookman College Brother
) $95 mo. pays all. No Ave., west Hollywood, left for NU (FAMU), Tallahassee,
way $14,400, $450 down, only Harrison F.. DeShlelds, jr.,
closing oosts. Biscayne Cottage in rear, 1137 NW 48th Nassau, Bahamas Wednesday and Delta Pal (FMC), St
$100 down to vets or express President, Beta Delta Lamb-
Realty, Inc. Broker, 7598600. way people. Payments less St. Partly fum. couple or sin. morning, Nov. 23 by Mackey da Chapter, presiding and Augustine.
--- than $100 month includes gle. See after 4 p.m. AH da y- Air Lines. They will attend Brother James Curtis Dix- Sodal activities will In-
3 Bedroom everything. This is in perfect Sat. & Sun. T F the funeral of their brother-in- clude an Informal dance on
No closing costs. CBS, 3 condition ----- law on Friday.Mr. on, undergraduatepresldenL Friday night in the Hod's
carporte, awnings,
bedroom with bath and one, utility room, drive by 830 NW 3031 NW 64th St. $20 wk. and Mrs. Folia Boyd of The opening session will Banquet Room; a break
half (almost) garage, Fla. 84th st. 'see it and you will Owner will repair for tenant. West Hollywood are proud be followed by,the busness fast Saturday morning at

room(everything)only$12,500. buy. Call me, A. Ben-Kori, Call Biscayne Realty,Broker, grandparents. A son was bornto meeting with Brother Her 8 a.m.; Homecoming football
($100 vets or ex- L. Starke State President
$300 down Realtor, 612 NW 60th St. call Inc. 759-8600. their sonEzekielin Miami bert game between Bethune-
and $95 month pays all. Other sessions include:
way) anytime 7512243. last week. Cookman College and Florida
Biscayne Realty,Inc.,Broker, Rooms for young men. A Report Meeting, Group A andM and a lounge
7598600. Something Special 1441 NW 67th St. 696-8628. The United Ushers Union meeting, workshop and An session Saturday night at the
--- will convene with New Macedonia Evaluation of the Overall'Medicare Hotel's Banquet Room.in .
Total. price $18,000 only
No Qualify A lovely room for a coupleor Baptist Church, West
$1,500 down. No qualifying
$500 down. $83.31 per month a single lady with all Hollywood, Sunday at 3 p.m.,
for thisbeau'y, 2 bed., 2 bath, musical
a will
all. Nice CBS with privileges. NA 1-0428. Opa- program to Pay For
pays CBS plus rental unit in rear presented by the male chorus
Fla. room on huge corner lot. locka. 16020 NW 17th Place.
that will rent for $100 mo
New Macedonia
No red tape. Quick occupancy. --- ,
Living room is 40 ft. long. Hope, Dania; Antioch Miami Nursing Home Care
Biscayne Realty, Inc.'Broker, Room. 1430 NW 68th Street. ,
759-8500. Only six years old..A must ---- and St. John. West Palm Bch.

---- see, 1875 NW 90th St., only Garage apt. $16 weekly, 1775 The public is invited. Robertt Starting January 1,1967, your area contact your
$10,500 TotalNo $1,500 down, drive by then NW 84th St. See Thomas o r Golden, union president Dea if you have been In the hospital social security offbeat 12695
closing costs. CBS 2 bed- call me. A. Ben-Kori, Real- call owner 6818401. son J. W. Wilson, presidentof for at least three days N.W. 7th Ave., 33168, 681-

room with oak floors, large ::' tor, 751-2243. --- Macedonia Ushers Board; and need further medicalcare 4651 or 480 Hialeah Drive,

kitchen.$250 down ($100 vetsor Brand New 2 bedroom CBS A. P. Henderson, program your doctor may trans 330108877371.
ex-way people) $78.67 per FHA Terms duplex. Nice family only. $28 chairman; Rev. B. L. Mack, fer,you to' an extended care

month pays all. Biscayne 5661 NW 6th Avenue per week. 6337809. Liberty pastor. ..facility.
Realty, Inc. 7598600. FHA $15,000 veterans $100 Rental Agency, 2020 NW 62nd Members of Central Baptist This is a special type of

--- down, this is lovely 2 bedroom St. Church, West Hollywood, nuslng home that provides SOUTH
2555 NW 158th Street 2 bath, CBS home with Rev. E. J. Clark, pastor, will skilled nursing care and other

$59 per mo. 3 bedroom, fen- large Fla room, great big Room, single man, 6350276. observe their Men s Day this, important medical serve DADE NEWS '
ced for your babies, freshly eat-in kitchen, full garage, ---- Sunday. The public is Invited.* ices that are sometimes need-

painted, new windwos and beautiful lot 75x125. A must Clean furn. room with all mo- ed after a period of hospital-

floors. Owner 3733304.Buy : see. Drive by, then call me. dern conveniences, includ- Izatlon. '

--- A. Ben-Kori, realtor, 612 NW ing cooking. Call 7541452. WMBM This protection Is not intended Sunday School at M*. Dorian
a new duplex, no qualifying. 60th St. Call anytime 751- --- 1490 On Your Dial to pay for permanent Baptist Church began at
Live rent free. In good 2243.Only 450 down. Fum. effcy. Air conditioned, residence in a regular nursing 9:30 a.m. with SuperintendentAlma I
locations. Call 2352958.A ----- adults only. Must be quiet, BLANCHE CALLOWAY or rest home.,, Taylor in charge. The I
1210 NW 77th Terr. after 5 PRESENTS | discussed the sub
---- FHA Terms The extended care benefits -' clues
great bargain, like new, 5633 NW 6th Ave. Only p.m. PROGRESS REPORT cover the cost of a semi- in an Unfriendly -

3 bedroom and Fla room, oak: $12,000, only $400 down. private room, nursing care, World." Everyone was I
floors, city water, low county HELP WANTED 1 Times Daily spiritually uplifted.The .
4 bedroom, one bath, beaufi- drugs and supplies that are
taxes. On nortgage onlyno ful wall to wall carpet. Very Beauticians with following. 8 a.ut., 1:55: and xO p.m. furnished by the approved Women's Home Mission -
qualifying. 1767 NW 152nd met Sunday afternoon t
spacious home, very clean fashions. nursing home and some
Call 2352958. Headliner home of Mrs. Emma Lee j
wonderful for family or
large 3629 NW 17th Ave. Phone: r types of physical therapy. whose husband is
----- Bradshaw,
rooming house. A. Ben-Kori,, 635-9273 or 6340733.MISCELLANEOUS. SECRET PRAYER
1621 NW 58th Street Realtor, 612 NW 60th fit. Call FORMULA CHART I Your hospital medicare convalescing from a long
House on lot zoned for apts., anytime 7512243. Insurance will pay far all illness. Prayers were said' I

church, nursery. Total price ---- Pschyo physical temple of these services for the first 20' in her behalf.
$4950.00. ft cash down. Call $9,000 Total Glamour Tress the Dlyln Mother, Inc. .....r.? days in the nursing home Our sick are Deacon Joseph

owner in Hollywood 987-4668. $300 down & 708 NW 62nd Street prayer formula chart. and all but $5 a day for 80 Bryant and Mrs. Ida M.
FHA terms only
Open for busines 8 a.m. til My pray.rs are being sent out additional days for a totalof Cooper. They are at Jackson ,
for this 2
Owner sells direct. Like new $70 mo. pays 9 a.m. Styling special Mon and blessings are coming In. Memorial hospital. Let us J
corner beauty. Oak floors, tile I bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, 2138 Wed. $4.00. Small down pay- Send for Fr. Dally Blessing. 100 days.If pray for all the sick and shut- ,

roof, large room. $400 down, NW 85th st. Drive by thercall I ment on wigs. Your credit is How to get what you want you haveanyquestlons, ins. Rev W. C. Edcar, pastor
$77 per mo. See 2050 NW me. A. Ben-KoriRealtor, good with us. Phone 754-1651. through this new way of about extended care facilities and Ella B. Long, reporter.
96th St. Call 758-8749. 7512243. Prayer. Mall self-addressed
-- ORGANIST AVAILABLE .nv.lop. to Rev. C. Forster,

2 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, ex- $10,500 FHA Organist with own Hammond P. 0. Box 56, St. Albant,
cellent deal. $950 down, $90 1240 NW 31st gt., 2 bedroon, organ available for work in N. Y. 11412.
mo. No qualifying. See at 1 bath CBS, this is nice, lounge or supper club. Call 1

2530 NW 82nd St. Call Broker, only $350 down, and $74 mo. 7519420. EDISON SpecialsOPEN
Martin M. Berney, 624-6983. ?*vr all.Vets only $100 down I
--- drive by then call me. A.

Duplex. 2 bedroom,.1 bath and Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 NW 60 I
101.75x143.No qualifying. See St. 751-2243. SEPTIC TANK TROUBLE?? AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY

It 119 NW 50th Please doM --
st. \
disturb 1730 NW 85th St. 4100 NW l ht AVENUE
tenants. Call drain begin to give you
broker No qualifying, this is 2 homes When your septic tank .
Martin M. Berney, NO QUALIFYING
624-6983. both CBS, a real bargain, total trouble don't f fUll or curse, call us ChapmlWashington i
V- _w price $13,500 and only NW section Call HE 5.9089 B.autHullarg. CBS,3 bedroom, 2 bath hone, garage *

Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath, $1,500 down. A sood deal. tile roof, ,sprinkler system. On corner.

CBS, garage, Fla room, large Drive by then call me. A. Must be sold
lot, FHA $450 down, Call Ben-Kori, Realtor, 7512243. 24 HOUR SERVICE

broker to see. Martin M" Ber- to DRIVE BY THESE, THEN CALL EDISON
"ey, 624-6983. Wish sell house, stock-
..---- frame, two bedroom, bath, ((1)) 7611 NW 6th Ct.No qualifying. Large 3 bedroom -

j bedroom CBS house,Cement living room, dinnette, two AUTO INSURANCECheck home with cottage in rear, carport. Near
driveway, carport, small down closing porches. $5,000 cash school and transportation. Small down payment.
Payment, no qualifying or sale. No mortgage. 1649 NW ow new, lower rates and easy financing

closing charges, straight first 69th Terr. Interview 96-1106 Sunday,,. IMMEDIATE SRitt FILING ((2)) 835 NW 84th St. $300 down FHA. CBS, '
mortgage, move right in, 3615 1 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. this ad to our office and receive a free gift terrazzo floors
NW 214th Dec. 9. Bring carport.. -
6851224. N 25. I
D. Goodman and'Son, Inc.
__ Nv.25CI1 CHILDCAREWill "Iniuranee, Real E tate, Mortf,," ((3)) 3728 NW 19th, Ave. CBS Duplex. 2 bedroom .
3 lots each side central heat '
and air condition.
corner, 50x110. NW of All People
take very good care Business member 1-Uub
w Gordon St. and 33rd Ave. Call your child in my home. 759- 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX $16,500 no qualifying.. .. '
= 665-6870. TF 8335.
--- ((4)) 438 NW 59th St. 4 (urn. CBS units $16,000

Invest total and $3OOOdoWIl.
$25.000 care of
Will take very good 1'
Net $5,000 Per Year child in my home. 759-
12 New Apts. your 8335. r FOR SALELots WE HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES :



Male. Real estate Broker or In Inlet City, River I a $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
salesman to sell undeveloped DISPLACEDAND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY.
speculative south Fla. Acres West Palm Beach

NT SLICK BLACK extremely Reply P. liberal.0. Box Commission 2851 Miami Consult H. E. S. Reeves. "" EDISON REALTY, Realtors

(Oceanview Beach) Fla. 33140 c/o The Miami Times ;

x MV\ilfCOLORSGRAYHAIRBWa2DRESSESHA1RINPIACE DOUBLE ACTION Ladies-Fill wig orders at 6740 NW 15th Avenue 175 N.W. 62nd St 7512441r '

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': 20 THE MIAMI TIME Friday. November. 1966

\\ ;, --'Ratt ersSmolher Bethune-Cookman 37-13 BANQUET PRESENT MIAMI MUSLIMS TO

't' DAYTONA BEACHReserve quarter. It was the first ap- Pass at the four of Bethune- quarter, as halfback (defen- before going to Miami for Spokesman for Muhammad's
I quarterback Elroy pearance of Morand In a Cookman and went over for sive) Joe Williams returnedthe the December 3rd Orange Mosque No. 29 has announced
f Morand came off the bench ball game for four weeks. the touchdown. The Rattlers B-CC kickoff or punt all Blossom Classic at Miami's the presentation of their
and led the Rattlers of Florida The senior quarterback later scored a safety In the for the touchdown.It Orange Bowl, will be Texas annual Pre-Ramadhan Ban-
I A & M Unlverlsty to a from A & M connected on quarter to round out the third was the second Urn Southern University in Jack quet on Tuesday, Nov. 29, at
37-13 come-from-behlnd touchdown passes of 15 and period scoring effort.BethuneCookman's. this season that Williams had sonville, Fla. for the Jack- the beautiful Muhammad's
Bethune-Cookman 31 yards to end John l<:ason. King returned a kickoff or pur*all sonville Classic. Mosque, located at 5245 NW
tory College.A over. Both tosses came in the third hit Sam Cooperfora39-year the way for the touchdown.The FAMU announced r 7th Ave. Live entertainmentand
crowd oi period. touchdown toss for the other loss left the Wildcats today that the AlabamaA surprise guest. Donation
Homecoming at Welch Stadiumsaw Kason was also responsible Wildcat score. 6-2 for the season, while & M College Bulldogs of $3.00, couples 500. For
the Wildcats of Bethune- for the first FAMU The last FAMU touch- A& Mis5-3. Normal, Ala. would be the ticket information please
in the fourth Rattlers last O.B. C. opponent. call 757-9228 or 757-8741.
Cookman take a 7-6 lead into touchdown as he took a 70- down came The opporent
the second half,but lookedon yard touchdown from soph-
with awe as the lead quickly omore quarterback Riley
disappeared. early In the first period.
Morand came off the bench The Wildcats got on' the
in the third period,after start Scoreboard early in the Second
ing quarterback Ken Riley quarter'as quarterback
had trouble moving the Rat- George King plunged over
tlers since their initial touch- from the two. Paul Wyatt ..i
down drive in the first added the extra point to
give Bethune-VookmanaT-S
halftime lead.
FAMU struck for 24-qulck 4
1 FINEST points In the third period.
Along with the pair oftouch- j2r
PRINTING down passes by Morand to
It Easorv tackle Sharon Stall- '
\ SERVICE_ worth Intercepted a King

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TIE DAVE AKINS TRIO I WHITE AND GOLD INDUCTEES-These 16 young sonyi 110; Marva Harris, Orlando; Jamye witherspoon,
ON THE IRA SULLIVAN FOUR ladies were recently inducted into the White and Gold Mobile, Ala.; and Erma Lincoln, Quincy. Standing, left
Auto Insurance NICK BONTEMPO i Honor Society at Florida A&M University during Wo- to right, ore: Johnnie M. Brown, Plymouth; Jeanne D.

Liability Physical Man's Week on the FAMU campus. The coeds, who are Mannings, Tallahassee; Sandra Brown, Miami; PamelaK.
DamageSR Tony Casttllono i classified as juniors and hove maintained at least a Combs, Tallahassee; MilereeCox, Haines City;
22 FilingNo Alan Rock, M. C. .3.00 cumulative average, are, from left to right, seated: Susan Dennis, Tallahassee; Shelia Howard, Sarasota;
Out Refused 5:30 to' 1:00 o... Ellen Forehand, Quincy; Henrietta Alexander, Bartow; Gladys ,Perr, Miami; and Harriette Rogers, St. Peters
GOOD DRIVERSNo Jacqueline Lockett, Dunnellon; Patricia Home, Jack burg. FAMU staff photo by Ernest Filly?".

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If you have cash and
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