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: December 2, 1966
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00028321:00444

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1 a ; Gov. Burns Refutes Charges

4 A t. i +rcw Poverty Program is Biased

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The Florida NAACP accusations of the governor, not the One employe, identified by
that the State NAACP," he said after read- Davies as Anne Payne, had \f
Office of Economic Oppor- ing the telegram. worked in the office longer 'I,
tunity practiced racial discrimination The two officials of the than anyone else but had i,
and was politically NAACP said the office was a never been promoted and had
operated, was branded "political pawn of the no responsibilities."She .
Tuesday by Oov. Haydon governor's office," and as a feels she is being
Bums as "complete distor- "dumping ground" for poli- discriminated against," the
tions of fact" tical patronage. telegram said. !.

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4,000 More Low Cost l:'

4i77 ;y"'aans. il

r HousinG Units Comma

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The Miami Housing Au- we're leasing space" Fine
rental units operation,will told some 50 persons "andwe
1 add another 4,000 In the still have a waiting list of
: next five years "and then 6,000 "applicants who need
we'll have just half of whatis homes.
needed," its chairman, "There's no solution to the "
ENTERTAINER BILLY DANIELS, Second from left, accepted appointment to Martin Fine, said Tuesday.Fine housing problem," Fine
the national advisory board of the Florida Memorial College as both Dr. Edward T. spoke at the first ofa said. "Other than to keep
Graham, chairman of the college Board of Trustees, second from right and Dr. Royal half-dozen public forums working on it. And we can't
W. the building Mrs. Athalie Miami being held by the City orMiami's And we can't Just bury our !,
Puryear, right, project program. Range, city com- heads and hope it will go ,
missioner and member of the Board of listens Citizens Advisory
Trustees, to the discussion. DanielsIs Committee. away because only money (I
a graduate of the four year liberal arts school and will help to establish the MARVIN DAVIES ,"We're building, and we're and effort is ever going to '
school's music building. Hosts for the meeting were Dr., and Mrs. George Simpson. NAACP Florida Fiefd buying, and for the first time' alleviate it" 4',''

Coconut Grove. *, ,Secretary Marvin Davies ,of, "'
st. Petersburg, and President
Rutledge Pearson, Jacksonville STUDENTS CAUGHT BURNED
sent telegrams to ,
r Youth Shot at NorthwesternHorace I Washington asking for an I

the audit Florida and program.investigation 0 f SCHOOL TWICE IN 4 DAYS .'

Pool, 19, was boy's assailant is being Pool was the only personhit Calling the charges distortion -
of fact, Bums said Charges of arson by 'setting as law offenders, and will be
gunned down Monday in the sought by the police. His although more than "they deserve, no explanation fire to their school tried in Juvenile Court
auto welding shop of North- address unknown.The three shots were, fired police from the governor and twice in four days were made
western Senior High School,' shooting was the outcome said Johnson fled the they shall receive none. against two Dorsey Junior Four classrooms were gutted -
while 40 high school stu- of a fight Friday night scene immediately after the "The running of the business High students and they were by the first blaze at the
dents scattered. between Pool and Johnsonat shooting, authorities reported of the State of Floridais placed in Youth Hall Tuesday. school, 7100 NW' 17th Ave., v
Pool, who lives at 3139 a dancenotconnected with the function of the office Police say they admitted the Thanksgiving Day On Sundaythe I
N.W. 56th SI, was said to the school, authorities said charges. second fire damaged two I
be in satisfactory conditionin Police said that as the bell Metro firemen said both more. Total damages to the
Jackson Memorial Hos- rang for changing classes, boys had previous records school were 37000.

pital, after he was shot in the Johnson stood in the middleof Vice Squad Raids .
back, arm and side. the shop and fired at Poolas
Identified by Pool and the latter headed towarda
other students as 17yearold locker room, according to
George Johnson, the authorities. I
KY Number House;

Miami Gets $1,467,410 For r a

Neighborhood Youth CorpsA 11 Arrested : A

regional spokesman for ject will be 1467410. The "Ky House" got an for possession of lottery .
the U. S; Department of Labor The program provides unlucky blow Tuesday after- equipment and attempting to
here said that U. S. Secretaryof young people with parttimeor noon as three kingpins in bribe a police officer.
Labor W. Willard Wirtz nearly full-time job oppor- Greater Miami's numbers Eddie Kennricks, 61, of
has announced approval pf a tunities designed to help picture were arrested along 1816 N.W. 62nd Terrace, .4't
Neighborhood Youth Corps them remain in or return to with eight employes in a wa4 the thlrdarrested.ltwasK r
NYC) project and allocationof school or acquire the work counting house raid at 4720 nrlck's name that power. -
$1,130,520 in federal experience necessary' to hold N.W. 35th Ave. and telephone bills were '
funds in Florida. jobs.
Made the Public Safe- sent to the house.
"Out-of-school enroll
The project will be sponsored e e s
by the MetropolitanDade will work with city, county ty Department's vice squad Officers reported it took a
County in Mami, and and nonprofit agencies," according the raid netted some $10- four-wheeled cart more than .
will provide training opportunities to William S. Harris, 000 in cash, "hundreds orthousands" five feet long to haul away
for 500 out-of-school regional director, NYC, Room of current bolita
all the
gambling apparatus
youngsters ages 16 through 327, 1371 Peachtree street, tickets, a huge store of num-
seized in the raid ,
21. The total cost of the pro- N. E. Atlanta, Georgia 30309. bers racket equipment and '
four autos. The three men were

Lt Joe Kogan, chief of theSherlff'l charged with operation alot-
pry, and possession of lot-
squad, said the op-
SACS Warns Northwestern eration, as part of the "Ky tery equipment Bond was
.House" syndicate, grossed set at $10,000 each on the
between $90,000 and $100- three charges.
On 'Deficiencies'Five 000 a week In bolita betting. Employes arrested in the

I Charles Blount, 50, of raid were Ethel Calhoun,31,
Dade high schools- Miami Central High, Ed- 3301 N.E. Fifth Ave., was of 140 N.W.IOth St; Rogers ..
fewer than in any past year ison, Northwestern, Miami arrested at the address as Scott, 67, 4720 N.W. 35th
were advised of deficiencies Springs, Southwest and the "top man," and was Ave.; J. D.Walker,22, 6301 FAMU CO-ED VIEWS RC COLA CLASSIC TROPHIES-
Tuesday by the Southern South Dade high schools identified by the Public Safe- N.W. 12th Ave.;James Hol- Dianne Spratling, Miss Scabbard and Blade at Florida
Association of Collegesand were told that they have ,ty Department as a "princi ll., 41, 126 N.W. 10th St.; A&M University, Tallahassee, views the coveted Orange
Schools, and oneschoolwas problems too. pal owner" of the Ky House Walter Thompson, 53,6208 Blossom Classic championship and runner-up trophies,
warned of more serious operations.The N.W. 18th Ave.;James For- which Royal Crown Cola Co will award at the forthcoming -
shortcomings. No Dade schools were rest 51, 1821 N.W. Fifth gridiron classic in Miami. The popular cooed 'e'"
placed on probation or second in the trio to be Place; 'Frank Smith 54,
dropped from accreditationby nabbed Jack Mehlman, expected to be among the thousands who will attend the
Placed on "warning" sta- was 5179 N.W. 27th Ave.; and
tus, mainly becauseof inadequate the southern school accrediting 60, of 282 N.W. 98th St., N. A. Miller, 70, 532 N.W. gridiron spectacular. Royal Crown Cola Co. will play
physical facilities, was agency. who already is awaiting trial 17th St an integral role in this famed event.

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday December 2, 196i s I .


"Stop Wranglingand



Schools"Southern i t ,

educators were He remained commission
told Monday by the director members that on most measurements -
of the Southern Association of quality, schoolsin yE, '
of Colleges and Secondary the South rank low. "The
Schools to stop wrangling best way to stop invidious {SESN'
over desegregation and get comparisons is to increaseour
pn with "the task of Improving educational commitmentand
our schools." step up our pace."
"The South must not become The director s ai d a greater
an agglomeration of financial investment will be
snarling, fighting pressure required particularly by local -
groups. We must not allow communities. But the Investment -
ourselves to be caught )In the will pay dividends"in
same old crossfires over con substantially increased
troversial issues," Dr. Felix earning power, in improv-
Bobb told the SAC's Com- ing standards of living! in
mission of Secondary patterns of work and in life
Schools at the annual meet- styles especially in the case
Ing in the Fontainebleau Ho- of our least advantaged
tel, Miami Beach. pIe."
The educators were urgedto Dr. Bobb also said, "too
repudiate those individ- many American boys and
uals who view the federal girls of fine potentiality are
government with a form of being flushed down society's
venom customarily reservedfor sewers to oblivion each year
enemy forces." TheSouth aided and abetted by \ n
must seek assistance schools and colleges that
wherever it can legitimately have not learned how to fol-
get it, including from the fed- low a graduate or a dropout
fcartaii aaa piPPMHBa K IPPK'IIMBIM PI P=J m
eral government, he said. until he is satisfactorily on
Dr. Bobb warned that if his way as a lifetime contrib- Blossom Classic Press Radio and TV Luncheon IIn I
southern schoolmen slacken uting member of society." Orange ,
their commitment to educa- It is the duty of educators,
tional improvement/'wewill he said, "to follow our fail- preparation for the upcoming 34th annual Orange Top left Is Andy Gustafson, University of Miami
progress at a slower rate ures, not to cut'them adrift Blossom Classic to be held in Miami's Orange Bowl Athletic Director; Dr. R. D. Morrison, president
than we should and thus Just because others arestandIng' Saturday night, the annual Press, Radio and TV luncheonwas Alabama A&M College/ Dr. George W. Gore, Jr., FAMU
will backward relativeto in line to take
slip waiting
other regions of the U.S. their places." held Tuesday in the Everglades Hotel. president and Emmette Ashford. At right also/ attendingthe
luncheon was Juvenile Judge Don Stone;Miami City

___,. < Commissioner Athalie Range and Dade Mayor Chuck

I lMramis Racial*;r p.dif'ND.d--i; Hall.Bottom left shows t Traz Powell, Mays Senior High

.. .. .. .. ..............-"........ .............. --------C'- coach receives a plaque from Willis Murray, Miami
Floridd A&M Alumni Association for outstanding
in too soon on demonstra- police must draw the line
The absence of racial via "We cannot be silent on of
tions, thus precipitatingriots. was a more difficult one than
lence in Miami in the last moral'issues.
We the
say Jake Gaither/
Feder indicated. FAMU coach and Athletic Director ;
decade has been no accident, world remain silent when six
-eaid two civic leaders who "In Miami we have freely "There will always be agi- million of our brothers were Emmett Ashford, American League Umpire (first Negro
have been active in civil premitted 'marches. We Mi- tators," Perry said. "Miami being slaughtered during to be so honored) with Dr. George W. Gore, Jr., presi-;
rights movement on Mon- amians marched in memoryof has had good police and no World War II," he said sident of Florida A&M University.
day. They predicted a con- the dead children at Birm- agitators, but if they should
tinuation of racial peace. ingham and I was proud to come to Dade to test us I-
Richard Yale Feder,chair see that the police were there, hope and I am confident we,
man of the Miami chapter not to stop the march, but will meet the challenge." '
of the Civil Liberties Union, prevent people from stop- Rabbi Solomon, Schiff, a
and Morton Perry, assistant ping the march," Feder said., panelist on the program in S FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMODATION.S
state attorney, appeared ina'panel "So long as we give people the Freedom Lodge of B'nal A
discussion, "Wherethe the right to speak their B'rlth, said Jews in the civil j AT MODERATE RATES
Line Must Be Drawn in mind, we will have no violence rights movement must not
Civil Rights DemonstrationsTo ," Feder said. shrink from their stand because s I
Avoid Violence." Perry agreed in general, of any nationwidebacklash.
Feder said he blamed po- but said that the question of I I II
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Sunday, Nov. 20, four community. A poem entitled
life members were honored ata "My Work" by Van Dyke was
membership tea at NW Cen- read at the closing of these
ter YWCA. Those memberswere remarks by Mrs. Mamie M. Miami Girl is BethuHe-Cookmaii Miss HomecomingA ,I
(cfs. Osecola Hogan a Gill, program director of the
first life member of the cen- NW center. A spicy skit, on
ter, Mrs. Theo Pasch, secretary the need for volunteers, was surprised 18- the school's auditorium. said In aninterview"Inever. A busy student at Northwestern
of the area committee; presented by".. Eddie 0. year-old Bethune-Cookman young Gwendolyn, a graduate of anticipated winning, I always High School, she
Mrs. Dorothy Edwards, chair- Daniels, chairman of volunteers College coed, Gwendolyn Northwestern High schoolIn thought this type of was editor of the yearbook,
man of the teenage committee; was presented, as a Mainor was named Miss Miami, is the first fresh thing would happen to some- "Northwesterner", band announcer
Miss V. Louise Morris, program challenge to the new members. Homecoming 1966-67 during man so honored in the one else." member ofthe ,,
correlator of the Miami a recent coronation in. school's long history. She During the official crown- dramatic club and a memo
YWCA.A Miss Georgia McMahon gave ingofthequeen, Dr. Richard ber of the student council.
the occasion, and also assisted .. ..- V. Moore, President B-CC In the sports department,she
very enjoyable muscial Mrs. Ernestine Bel- said, "I have witnessed his participated in trackfield.Her .
program was presented in lamy with the Tea Table ol Civil Service Exams tory many times at B-CC and hobby is swimming. I
their honor with selections delicious Russian tea, fruit I am honored to congratulate i
from Miami Northwestern High punch, home baked cakes as being the first Shown above is the queen i
School, Miss Etta McIver at and other goodies. Mrs. Lil- Open For Clerk-Typist freshman you queen of this insti and her court: Sylvia Don-
the piano, Miss Carolyn lian Hutcheson presided as tutio n." aids, Stephan Hollinger, Bet ;
Landy rendered a solo.A mistress of ceremon'aui.Mrs.;. The Interagency Board Civil Service Examiners for Winning by popular bal- ty Morgan, Wilbur Hollo-+-+
of U.S. Civil Service Exam- Fldrida, 123 South Court lot, Miss Mainor polled way, Miss Homecoming, Al-
few remarks were given D. D. Richardson gave the iners for Florida, Orlando, Avenue, Orlando, Florida, more than half of the student fred McGee, Shirley Harris
to the memory of a deceased closing remarks as over all Florida is accepting applications 32801. and Edward Darkins.
life member, Mrs. Dena Goodman chairman of membership and for clerk typist GS-2 votes.
Pickett, whose life wa s board member. Mrs. Vashti and 3 and clerk stenographer I
symbolized by her service to Armbrister, co-chairman of GS-3 and 4 for filling ,
the YWCA and other civic program, served as a greeterfor vacancies In federal agencies
organizations in the Miami friends and new members. In the following counties: I 1
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Dade, Glades, Hendry, Lee,
Martin and Palm Beach.I
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H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher ,
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GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor By Booker T. Hayes / r

STANLEY I. SWEETING, .Theat.ltal Editor It is an accepted fact that the wheels 'of justice
slowly. We find this description adequate until the gSow
Publishers Association -
Mombor of the Notional Newspaper .
;wrath of that justice is directed at Negroes. Then and
SUBSCRIPTION RATES J only then does it appear that the expediency expected can 4.

ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX'MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 be achieved by a shifting of the gears for faster momen- J. 1 d I?

tum. Seldom, if ever, does a Negro need to petition the MALACHITROUPMany
Entere/J Second Clot Matter, August 9 1927 at the Post
/ trial.
court for a speedy or stepped-up hearing or Once thinks to Roger Paschal, Phyllis /
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 immediate deliberation of the Wheatley
accused, he can expect Elementary School teacher who brought to our attention
Office nt 6740 NW 15th Avenue Phono OX 1-0421 charge against him. Justice, when pertaining to the Ne- article on one of his former students which appeared in

gro has never been slow. a recent issue of the Tallahassee Democrat.
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" The article, by Democrat staff writer Terry Frost
Tho NEGRO PRESS believes that America can but load During 1966 the country has been plagued with told the inspiring and heartwarming of
story a 20-yeor-
,ho world from racial and national antagonism when It accords -
mass murders. First came the Chicago incident concern- old Miamian who is now a freshman at F/oricloState
to ovary man regardless! of race, creed or color his
human and legal rights Hating no man, fearing no man-th. ing the student nurses, followed by the tragedy of the University."A .
Negro Press strives to help ovary man In the firm belief that Texas tower.Shortly behind the Texas event we read of a handsome, blond Florida State
all man are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. mass murder in Connecticut, and more recently of an 18- University man
heard friend's voice in the lobby of Smith
a and
whose for five
year-old boy professed purpose killing
walked over to greet him,hands casually in his pockets.
people was to secure an identity. It goes without saying "
"'Hi Malachi, said the blue-eye man."whatcha
CONSTITUTION REVISION that all these acts were shocking and inhuman, but after "
Florida's Constitution Revision Commission openedits I the initial blow, we realize that these people are products "Being interviewed," said his friend. "Meet the
of the society in which we live. In unknown
three-week session on Monday. proposal to allo/ some reporter, here."
Florida to two terms was defeated bya manner the ideals and customs which regulate our ac- "
a serve
governor "Hi, he said, with a broad grin. He turned toward
vote of 5-3. tions have created a monster. A monster, who if not stop- the new voice and the greeting he heard, and cast his

State Representative of Miami, Richard Petti grew, ped, would reduce the earth's population to a majorityof blue eyes in that direction, too. But he didn't quite

said he'll fight tooth and nail for two terms when the one. look at the right spot. His aim was off about a foot.

proposal reaches the convention floor. "And not until then did the realization hit: Hand-

Another'proposal that would replace the Cabinet: This desire on the part of certain individuals to assume son, blue-eye Jim Worth cannot see. His gaze at the

Budget Commission with a three-member body, with one the role of executioner and commence to eliminatehis new voice was guided by his hearing.

member chosen by the governor,one by the Legislature, fellow citizens is re-occuring to an alarming degree.In "Both Jim, 17, and his friend, Malachi Troup, 20,
and one elected by the people, was defeated. fact, it' appears to be an epidemic, as in the case of are freshmen at Florida State, living in Smith Hall.

The 37-man committee had before it 45 amendmentsfor all epidemics, a cure must be found.These people offer Although they are sightless, their friends think a long

consideration. the Brains in our society a human guinea pig with whichto time before calling them"handicapped." When they

Commission chairman, Chesterfield Smith, urged work. Being the perpetrators of our most hideous talk together, it would be easy to miss the factthat
members to draft the best possible constitution'without crimes, they offer the most direct study of the cause and they're blind."Malachi.
regard to party or politics.The effect. Research into the behaviors of
man offers one 'of from Miami, is an enthusiastic student,
new Constitution will go.to the 1367 Legis- our greatest challenges, and though a cure may not be thrilled at the possibilities of campus life and studies'

lature' for acceptance, and finally, to the voters for found, we can establish patterns for detecting others in sociology at FSU. He says he hasn't'yet had a problem -
their approval. possessing these instincts.
in finding his way around campus.

OUR NEW SHERIFFWell Richard peck, the accused in the Chicago killingshas "Jim, from Orlando, says he's undecided about his

intensive examinations major, and makes jokes on his name, like, "My name's
undergone by court appointed
Metro Manager has found his man, so the
Worth, but my friends call me 'Worthless. He went to
search for sheriff is off. psychiatrists to determine1 he is mentally unbalanced.
E. Wilson Purdy is the man. He is expected to His trial will follow the conclusion of these examinations.An the Houston game, loved the'noise'and excitement, and

take the position of Sheriff of Dade County on Dec. autopsy was performed on the head of Charles Whit- kept us with the game through the play-by-play an-
19. the in man of the Texas Tower tragedy-revealing that he had a nouncer.
Metro Commissioners confirmed appointment
session. brain tumor that might have contributed to his action. "Hearing has a big role in these boys"lives. Justas
an emergency Robert Smith,the 18-year-old seeking an identity is being they recognized each other's voices in the encounter
Sheriff Purdy, an FBI veteran, has been head of
"the St. Petersburg police force and also PennsylvaniaState given psychiatric care and treatment to determine the in the Smith lobby, they must recognize traffic sounds

Police. His starting salary will be $27,672 per cause of his rampage.Arthur Davis;the only Negro among and learn to know places by familiar noises.
annum. the four, who committed the Connecticut crime has been "Malachi plans to go on to earn a master's de-

convicted of six counts of first degree murder and already gree from FSU's graduate school of social work.

sentenced to die in the electric chair January 18. "Since I was in junior high school I've wanted to be a

ASSOCIATION HOLDS lIst ANNUAL MEET family case worker," he explained, seriously.

The Southern Association of Colleges and Secon- Do these facts give you the impression that prompt "Once I gave up the ideabut soon came back to it.
and exact justice is doled out on the basis of color? Then I figured that'must be my calling."
dary Schools, holding its 71st annual meeting at the
Fontainebleau Hotel, Miami Beach, heard a plea on Does the swiftness of trial and judgment on the part of "The North Miami High graduate is taking 12 study

Monday for continued accreditation of eight Florida Arthur Davis prevent us from having enough time to deter- hours-the basic freshman courses-and is paying for his

high schools threatened with loss of accreditation. mine the cause? Since Negroes'constitute approximately education through scholarships from the Florida Coun-

Those schools were not recommended by the Florida one-eight of our population shouldn't all be interested in cil for the Blind and the Coral Gables Rotary Club.

High School Committee. This committee also recom- what makes him turn executioner as all are with others? "I had a "B' average in high school," he said,

mended that seven additional high schools be placed on If your answers to these questions are yes, we are of the and I hope to do as well here.

probation.Two. same opinion. "I take my lecture notes in braille, with a metal

thousand five hundred educators are attendingthe stylus and an instrument something like a pin," he ex

meeting. plained. who can write can probably write

Among speakers are: Rabbi Hyman Judah Schchtel NEW POSTAL SERVICE circles around me and sometimes I get behind. But I

Congregational Beth Israel at Houston, Harold HoweII December 3 try to get just the important points."
Saturday, Miami begins a 24-hour two-
U. S. Commissioner of Education and Stephen day a week Postal service at Northside "Malachi explained he has "readers," paid one
dollar an hour by the Florida for the Blind,
Wright, president of the Uniied Negro College Fund ter. You can now buy stamps, postal cards,envelopes Council
who read his lessons
and former president of Fisk University. and parcel insurance from the vending machines. to him.
IT r. New standards set for schools this year, require A dedication ceremony will be held at 11 "Soon I hope to have the tapes to record what they
teachers and administrators to keep on taking college a.m. read, so I can study it again later," he said.

co rses. Administrators would have to get at least 30 "Before Malachi and FSU's eight other blind students

hours credit above the master's degree level; teachers came to the campus, they attended an orientation

at;least 30 above the bachelor's degree level. FORMER SHERIFF PLEADS NOT GUILTYIn session held by the Florida Council for the Blind in

J Dr. Vincent McGuire, chairman of the High School Daytona Beach.
Committee for Florida, said the schools expected to arraignment before Criminal Court Judge Carl- "There I learned more about how to use my cane
their this have teachers ing Stedman on Tuesday, former Sheirff T. A Buchananan to guide traffic
lope standing year carrying too me, he said. "We learned how to judge
formerly pleaded not to of
guilty a charge
heavy a load. conspiracy directions, how to go up steps and how to guide
to commit bribery. The charge that
|t Pleasing news for Dade County is that 12 schools was and David yourself along the sidewalk by sliding the cane along
Shifrin had let
a to bookmakers
m;t the requirements while five will be advised of deficiencies interference.plot operate without the grass border."

and one will be warned. police "When he his
came to Malachi
Judge Stedman set December 29 as the date for campus,
I Advised schools are: Miami Edison High Miami a six-volume, several feet thick braille edition of the
hearing pre-trial motions.
on No actual
Northwestern, Miami Springs High, Southwest Miami been set. trial date has Vest Pocket Dictionary he added proudly, and, an

High and South Dade High.EPISCOPALPRESBYTERIAN. equally-thick brailled edition of the new testament."If .

Malachi offered a suggestion to the FSU and

f UNITE Tallahassee communities about how to help blind stu-

ARSONISTS CAUGHTAs dent, his first thought would be, "If think we need
I of the Ascension and the you
I' The Episcopal
we expected, the two fires that damaged six help, don't hesitate to ask. Don't be embarrassed."And .
Squthminster United Presbyterian Church of Miami classrooms at the Dorsey Junior High School don't feel sorry for us," he said with a
have' agreed to work together. done by students, and we are pleased to know that they smile. "We get along pretty well."
The proposal: Each congregation will continue to are now at Youth Hall on charges of setting these This quiet, intelligent boy has not a single com-

express its own creative denominational heritage, es- fires. The boys, 13 and 14 years of age,have admittedthe plaint about his life in Tallahassee.
and Services
pecially through Episcopal Presbyterian charges. "Everyone has been very kind," he said. "I never

Worship.A Council will be formed of from Why, Oh why these children should commit such a have had trouble finding someone to help guide me to a
both churches for the purpose of seeking ways'to persons deve- crime question., especially in the schoolroom, is to us, the $64 willing building to, whether help." it was someone I knew, or a stranger

lop common and shared programs within the life of the

community, and the scheduling of building .use and "Thanks to the kindness of strangers and friends,
maintenance. and thanks also to their own courage and ingenuity,

MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE students like serious Malachi Troup and his handsome

There shall be shared use of the site and building MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY friend ing forward Jim are getting their college educations and look
the and after to careers."
ow owned by Presbyterian Church; studyof
parish,needs, the Episcopal Church will construct APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. Malachi is the son of Mrs. Verdell Troup of 5201

additional facilities for the shared witness. THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. NW 25th Avenue and Mr. Berlin C.Troup of West Holly

Further information will be given in the next issue PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM! wood, Florida. When in Miami he resides with his
Times. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lee Johnson of29lO
of The Miami
.. NW 47th Street.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 2, 1966 5All :"

All persons interested in working with girls 7 to 17
a years and want to learn more about the Girl Scout 7t
w a t e; program are asked to ,contact Mrs. William Littles,
691-5615 before December 4. An "orientation course"
r 1 and "job of the leader" workshop will begin Dec. 5 at
Holmes Elementary School, 1175 NW 67th St. Time: 7-
9 p.m.

roads lead to Miami this weekend. It's Classic Congratulations to Mrs. Rudolph (Marteen) Le- .
Time! To all our visitors, we welcome you and wish varity who has been elected for a three-year term to
for you a pleasant stay in our city. the Board of Directors of Girl Scout Council of Tropical

Lilla Mae Farris of Jacksonville was the Thanks
giving guest of the Carter and Johnson families of Orchids to the newly organized Med-Dens of Dade
Brownsville and Liberty City. County"whose project is securing donors for the blood
bank at Christian Hospital. Those who wish to contribute -

Mrs. Docia Howell spent the weekend in Deland please call 6350961.Mr. .

visiting friends.,
Victor Toote of New York didn't make the
Word has come to us of the sudden passing of 92nd birthday celebration of his sister, Mrs. Marie Far-
'Daniel Montgomery (former Miamian) at New York City. rington of 570 NW 20th Street, but she's so happy to
Oaniel was the nephew of the late Nick Montgomery and have her brother visit her. "Better late, than never."

Mamie Montgomery. Funeral services will be on Wednes-
day at the Triedstone Baptist Church. Friends who wish Sympathy to the following families in their loss of

may send cards to his wife at 1591 Boston Road, Bronx, loved ones; Kemp-Hines; Merrick, Davis, Starks, Jack-
New York. son, Smith, Benson-Albert; Lemon,Blackshear,Marshall,
Peavy, Clarke, Pittman, Bain-Meeks, and Williams.
Mrs. Pearl B. Stokes of Tampa was the houseguestof

her daughter and son-in-law, Herbert and Evelyn
Williams of Brownsville.Here W. H. Sanders, principal of Fairweld Jr. High in
Columbia, S. C. and Leonard Patton, principal at Foster's -
___ .. .. _
Senior .I --'0# "- '
Grove High at Spartenburg
for his annual S. C. are atten-
in Miami is
holiday Calvin
ding the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Mrs. Dorothy Burrows is The picture show Miss
Williams of of the
Redbank, N. J., guest Williams and \
the winner of "Miss Sunlight Sunlight being crowned by ,
Brown famlies. Get well wishes to Little Anna Souter, who ,is 1966-67." The suave and Mr*. D. A. Julius. '
convalescing at home after surgery at Jackson Memorial handsome Mr. Charles Todd Those receiving outstanding -:
It's number three for and Stanley -
son Juanita Johnson.
Hospital. She is the daughter of John and Evelyn Souterof was most princely in assisting citizens awards at the
Aaron Scott arrived at Mt. Sinai Hospital Nov. 17, NW 76th Street. the models contestants graduation program were the
and is now at home with brothers, Stanley Jr. and Cor- and Miss Sunlight throughout Rev. II. C. McDowell, Dr.
vin. the pageant. Ira Davis, Mr. Clifford Matt-
Visiting with their mother from
New York City are
hews, Mrs. T. Crowder and theCosmetologist's .
sons Rev. Wilbert B. Miller and Leroy Miller and grandson Miss Sunlight's attendantswere
Unit No. I4--
American Association of University Women will William
Newson. Jennie
Misses Rhymesand
of Broward County. The Rev.
the "Round-and-About" film series startingat
Flora Mae Jones. Con- Jairus
W. Dunn delivered
the Allapattah branch of Miami Public Library Dec. The 2 Chicks Restaurant was the place for a testants were Delores Roberts, inspirational address and Mr.
2. "Art Heritage, a tour of New York's Metropolitan Thanksgiving dinner given in honor of their guest, Emestine Clentscale Beverly J. R. Taylor did a masterful
Museum of Art." and "Orient Holidays" will be on the Mr. George Kouri, Mrs. Neta Range, Miss Janet Philip'of Howard and Mary Gales. job of emceeing the program.Jack's .',
program. The program is free. The Library's adultfilmswill Jamaica and Mrs. Clarice Carnegay of Miami.
get underway Dec. 7 at the Dixie Park branch at 8

p.m. and the Allapattah branch Dec. 9 at 8 p.m. Miss Beatrice Smith has returned to New York City
after visiting a month with her parents, Mr and Mrs. MEN'S WEARSEE
Houseguesting with Enid DeVeaux was her cousin Samuel Smith.
Kathleen Nixon and daughters, Lois and Gandhi. "MR. JACK"
Happy birthday wishes to Rayward B. Dunnell,
The benefit given by the BlThrifty Social Club, Carolyn Dunnell and Carolyn Johnson.'
Saturday night Nov. 26 at the home of Mrs. Mary Riley The V.r7 Latest In M a't FathUcu '

for Mrs. Willie Mae Way and family was most successful.The THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: When I want to speak let SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS

me think first. Is it true? Is it kind? Is it necessary? If ITALIAN 'SHOD ,j
Opa-lockahome of Charles and Catherine Gowan not, let it be left unsaid. 944 NW 2nd Are. Miami, Florida j
Sr., was one of faiety and fun on Thursday, a double Babcock j'I
celebration Thanksgiving and Charles' birthday. Enjoying '
1 '. .'
the festivities were their three children, Charles Jr., OUI CLASSIFIED i ADS; lJ '

Carol Ann and Asgelia, Asquith and Thelma McDonald, 't.1.: .. .. .. : 'I ADAMS THE PHOTOGRAPHER IS AT:
daughters Yssa and Gwendolyn Davis. :. I '11MORESULT5 th&" ,
';' : i ', 307 NW 2nd Avenue
,_ ,' ; i
James Bender, Lake Helen, spent two days in the
city with relatives.

John H. Mitchell of Cleveland motored to North : ; : ;WILLIAM LEHMAN ,
Miami to accompany the body of his father, Mr. Howard ,
Mitchell to Thomasville, Ga. for burial on Sunday. ,",' .' ',' ) .,I ::;. .. '; '.. ._ '.. ."',, ',, '\ :,t!
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Corpus Christie Roman Catholic Church's annual ,f; :" "J, > I" I .
festival held Nov. 25 and 26 grand prize was a 1967 : .
Mustang. The lucky winner was Miss Patricia Davis. 2269"Nf63rd

Kesler and Louise Rozier are cuddling a pink .
bundle of joy, Shelia Ann. Happy grandmother is Mrs. 1
Victoria Rozier. North Miami Beach

Your prayers are asked for Mr. Augustus Ceasor,
who is ill at home; Mrs. Sarah Mackey at Baptist Hos-
pital; Earle Finley at Jackson; Mrs. Annie Harpen at 945-4201? 757-797?

home: Uriah Delevoe at home; Carl McDonald at Vete-
rans Hospital; Edward Brooks and Anna Miller at home; Christine Cunningham, Pw v TH
Clarice Eve at Mt. Sinai and Jerome Jamison at Jackson.The postal career substitute clerk, 7
became the first letter sorter Riviera Wildcat

Oneal's Fashionetta's Show and Dance on machine training student to
Sunday evening at the Knight Beat drew a capacity qualify for Level S pay at
Annex Post Office.
crowd and was a smashing success. Among the beauti- Clerk Christine Cunningham
ful models were Melvina Allen, Shirley Burkes, Louise passed the civil service test,
Watkins, Algerian Latson, Joann Williams, ElizabethLiz and has completed the neces-
( ) Pressley and Loraine Morning. Thelma McDonaldwas sary qualifications for the Special Opal
fashion commentator. Mrs. Oneal, director. letter sorter machine exceptfor
refresher work. She'll
receive Level 5 whenevershe
Emma Ward, Dorothy Brooks and William Gersham is working on pay the letter J
motored to Jacksonville on Sunday to attend the funeralof sorter machine. Congratulations. -

Earl O'Dell.A .

Electra Le Sabre ,..
mother-daughter birthday party was the way'
Bessie Forbes and daughter, Yvette chose to celebrate
their natal day on Saturday.Mrs. SAVE UP TO 40%

Avis Stuart returned home on Saturday from Auto Insurance
Key West after attending the funeral of her sister. SALESMAN
Liability Physical
Organization which calls itself WOMEN (Women's DamageSR FELLOW MIAMIANS,

Organization for the March on Education Now) will 22 FilingNo /IT IS WITH SINCERE PRIDE THAT I ANNOUNCE MY ASSOCIATION :
have open house 8 p.m. Friday at Miami-Dade Junior One Refused
College, Student Union Building, North Campus. Dr. GOOD DRIVERSNo WITH WILLIAM LEHMAN BUICK, INC. '

Mary-Jeanette Taylor, Dean of Student Personnel Ser-' Finance charge TO MY FRIENDS, TEAMMATES, CLASSMATES AND COLLEAGUES
will give step by step procedures to the mature
vices women, who want to return to college. as Unit as I EXTEND A HEARTY DESIRE TO ASSIST IN FULFILLMENTOF


Orchids to Alexander Nigodoff, a ballet dancer SHELL'S CITY

and teacher, who offered to teach third graders at (South Door)
Charles R. Drew Elementary six dances from the Nut- ,

cracker suite to perform for the PTA meeting last Mon- PLAZA INSURANCE .. RONALD R. YOUNG .cv
day night. "Superman"i'
Phone: 754-4951

Friends of Mr. Charles Culmer of 1275 NW 68th $941 NW 7th- Avenue

Street are all smiles now that he is at home.

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6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 2, 1966 I IThose

'l, "(rack Down on Slum 1 1.Lords" I T
: :Uf II" ft ,.. Phil' Ossofer 1

-\t' 1.I'I. -
ilIH: 4 Pleads Chatmon
'! 6h'j of my readers who American. This should be
I.> I'1 '.,j' hear me on "Progress Re on the conscience of all of us,

.) 011 !!. .iv ;J Jr.' Jlranle L. Chatmon, president HJ' flv port" on WMBM ,as guest more especially our politf
of the Greater Miami of Blanche Calloway, knowof clans who 'edited' the school
">i "--'- Chapter of Southern Christian my study of Negro his- books."
1. You Keep Me Leacership Conference begged tory. For about one year I We are In an age Of
Hanging On Supremes Motown the Miami City Commissioners I have been devoting much awakening. History booksare
2. Never Like This William Bell Stax laat Monday to take actionto v time delving into this hidden now being rewritten to
3. It Tears Me Up Percy Sledge Atlantic eliminate the human con r tr history which has been withheld Include the contributions of
4. I'm Ready For ditions that exists within the too long from the public the Negro In American history

Love Martha & Vandellas Gordy black it's too ghettos late. "The of Miami poor Negro before, eye. Why withheld? Because and only yesterday I
& Patch My Heart Mad Lads Volt stated Chatmon, can no longer It exposes the falseness saw signs of the marvelous
6. Don't Be A lit idle by and allow of the segregationist South's changes thatarebelngmade
Dropout James Brown King slum lords to use strong arm claim that the Negro Is In- I recrived my copy of The
7. Don't Answer ... tactics to collect rent thatis ferior and that he has no Negro History Bulletin, and
The Door B. B. KingTriumphs .. Aae.: ,, much too high, nor can he afford history because of this al- read an article telling how
a Walking The ,..,. : to continue paying for leged inferiority. the vote was taken away
.*s Duck Verne services that he's not getting. I was thrilled Tuesday from the Negro In Louisiana
9. Knock On Wood Eddie Floyd Stax listening to the when I found, on the edi- In 1898. Turning on my
10. Try My Love Rhythm Aces Checker After of Chatmon, City torial page of The Miami radio, I heard a new item
11. The Grass Is Commissioners pleas offered proposals News, Ralph McGill's articleon about a teachers' organiaa
Greener Ella WashingtonPrince Octavia that would put some housing code and allow tenants this very subject. He em- tion In Louisiana, comprised .
12. Forget About Me Harold Mercury muscle In Miami's minimum to live in decency. phasized the error of ,our of 20,000 members,
13. I Fooled You This ways in the past hundred which voted to open its doorsto
Time Gene Chandler Chess years in which we debased all teachers regardless of
14 Hymn No 5 Mighty HannibalOtis Josie education and Imposed de- race or. color. Time marcheson
15. Must I Keep Nu-Kair Products Appoints privations and distortionson !

On Waiting Clay One-Derful the whole lifeof the South, Victor Hugo said, "No
16. I Know I'm Three Local Distributors whereby, of course, the army can withstand the
Losing You TemptationsJimmy Gordy Negro suffered most. Mr. strength of an idea whose
17. Turning Point Holiday Minit McGill further stated that the time has come." Seeing the
18 Me And MyImagination Mr Joseph Benach, president -NW 2nd Avenue and Classic result has been to distort direction we are now taking
of 5422 NW 7th
Ovations Goldwax of Nu-Kair Products, Beauty Supply all the attitudes and beliefs of in the field of human rela-
19. Are You Lonely Freddie Scott Shout has announced the appoint- Avenue. They will handle
tions, who doubt that
in the all Southerners. To quote, can
20. I'm Not ment of two local distributorswho Nu-Kair Products
GoingTo the idea for is the
Division. "The Negro pupil especially today comIng
will Nu-Kair Products Beauty
Work Clyde McPhatter Amy carry
of all mankind
has been denied a sourceof together
21. September Hoagy Lands Lauriel throughout Florida. Jaymor Drug Co. will dis- pride in himself as an Into a single brotherhood
22.. I'm Glad I They are William J. O'Brien tribute Nu-Kair Products locally
Waited Players Minit Beauty Supply Co. of 7211 in the Drug Division.
23. Mustang Sally Wilson Pickett Atlantic
24. Tell Daddy Clarence CarterYoungHolt Fame' NuKair Products are one
25. Whack-Whack Trio Brunswick .. of the largest manufacturersof
26. The Star Shirley Lawson Backbeat '11 .1 'L -.. ..: 5+;.. '" jIi beauty shop supplies in the,
27' Money Jr. Walker Tamala ,..;: .DON'J.'BE_ : .. United states specializing in THE PUBLIC IS INVITEDTO

28. Nine Out OfTen :J: i"0.' J' ," :. 't",)0." hair conditioners, temple THE
growers, cream and oil press
Times Paul Kelly : ,
29. Place In The Sun Stevie Wonder Tamala CAUGHT DEAD1SITTING and other sundry items.PRE.CHRISTMAS.
.'1"1' ,". ,_ ....... ._
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Your .
30. Leroy, .. Black Label
1II! "'.''''''I'' :'l: .' Carling
Mama's Calling Jimmy Castor Smash ONYOURSEATr oM't2t.
31. I Need TEA
Baby '//I':I.!'..' '. i ., .- "
: 'Io .. .
Your Love Bobby Williams Sure Shot (_: H'''''''' The.,Young Matrons Club of"Jew
32. Same Old Bag Bobby Bland Duke 1ELT\ Mt.. Zion Baptist Churchcordially HOSPITALITY ROOM
33. That's How Mattie Moultrie Columbia .
Strong 'iltlt1 ':!': '::v, ...'1.:f.1A" invite you to attend
.N.i' "''
34. Baby What I '' "J their first annual Pre-Christmas

Mean Drifters AtlanticDecca Sunday, Dec. 18, at the
35. Taking Inventory Danny White Seminola Park Recreation Friday evening and Saturday before and after

36. I'm Your Center from 4 to 6 p.m.A Fash- the Suites 124-125 Sir John Hotel
Breadmaker Slim Harpo Excello THIS IS A SHOW 1 FOR ion show will be presented by game.
.37. You Got MeHumming the Future Designers of Mia- Hosted by Jim Reese and Ed enkins of
Sam & Dave Stax THE ENTIRE FAMILY mi. Trophies will be given for

38. Try A LittleTenderness "" .", ...... the best design. Door prizes the Carling Brewing Company.IIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIII1 .
Otis ReddingVan Volt will be given.

39. You NeedConfidence Mrs. Mary Harris, President
Dykes Mala
40. Don't Make Me
A Story Teller Steve Mancha Grooves
41. Cross Cut Saw Albert King Stax Rapidly becoming r,
42. Standing On r
Guard FalconsJohnnie Big Wheel f F Miami's Leading
43. Little Bluebird Taylor Stax L
44 Look At GrannyRun I
Center f
Howard Tate Verve .
45. Please Uncle Sam ChannelsMarlean Volt .
4 a Let's Wade In
The Water Shaw Cadet
47. Harlem Shuffle Traits Scepter I
Wigs Mr. Walters
48. Papa Was Too Joe TexFrank Dial
49. That's Life Sinatra Reprise
50.. Let's Make Love Peaches & Herb Date
You're All I Want
For Christmas Carla Thomas Stax WIGS

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Centers Open \
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I Three new Child Opportu- Liberty City Child Opportunity .... _
nity Centers have been addedto Center, Director: Conveniently located In the r
the nine already part of Louis Farrell, 1900 N.W. algn.d with y ou in hurt of Edison Centere:1.1 Wid. tO j
the war on poverty In Dade 75th Street, Miami, Florida. 0 s
County. They will enable Telephone: 693-0270 T
another 350 children to ben- Brownsville Child Oppor- VICKI GO.CO ,

efit from the Child Opportu- tunity Center, Director:Sister ANDERSON....t w DANCING Y CLASSIC'SPECIAL
nity Program, established Marie Infanta Gonzales, GilLS
<*ome two years ago by the 4621-fl N. W. 25th Avenue,
Economic Opportunity Pro- Miami, Florida. Telephone: JAMES BOBBY
gram Inc, the agency that 633-4060. CRAWFORD BYRD 100% Human, Hair,Wig' all for
fights the war on poverty In Perrine Child Opportu- "HOICIT I DO" 'se mutt a II/N1' tl Wig Case
Greater MiamL It will bring nity Center, Director: Mrs.

close the total to one number thousand.of children Barbara Homestead Slatko Avenue, ,17801 Per- JAMES BROWN'SBIG : ;;,1:Styrofoam head 3 3

The Centers and their directors rine, Florida. Telephone: fM
valueEXPERT "
are: 2384182.son 18 PIECE BAND Expert custom fitting ,J Reg. $99.50


of Miami Jackson, Gwen
John Roundtree of Curley,
Carol Kavetta Shipp of Wilcox Northwesternand of Carol TWO BIG,SHOWS Now carrying a complete line of the latest styles in Im- I

City Senior High. 7:30&10P.M. ported jewelry.
Six Dade County high
mius U tax OFFICE AND Sumimit !-*.,
school students are among

1,150 finalists in the Scholar-third The Rev. W. J. Harvey, Na- S.c'1..Ihlidt, S.SlMppint Dull II.(,ll.|| "limy..'h'|Fllink.lk Tu..I l IHIIM Mokl Rio' rLotat iI T1sa8.o. S nw Y i: _

"National' Achievement outstanding tional Secretary of the For- Immtoillt, film Jffi|, M,It. Nnlrali; Alliti. n.d. j1+ :.' ,'i" ? fi ..
-nlp Program Alts IMI..1) Itlit, I.t'I. 0"1 Slot
Negro students, John M. eign Mission Board will beat fl.|'" Si.. |i<.4 lir, Hindi Mb, (.M", d. auAv-
Stalnaker, president of the ML Zion Baptist Churchon if* (My '.. l.......'.. YdGa'i 9tt
National Merit ScholarshipCorp. PRICIS P.SHJ TAX 'INCl. r ,
Dec. 4. All who hear him
., announced. Car- once will want to hear him * * y 14.. b
They are Jacqueline tAgain.


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The Orange Blossom Classic is 1
/ upon us, once
again. This city is flooded with people from all over I I'j
the country, and the Bahamas. Florida A&M is playing
Alabama A&M and may the best team win. Of course, I
our loyalty is with Florida,and win or lose, they're our
team. All we want is a good game and a good half-tine

show, and we're happy regardless of the outcome. This \
affair brings people here each yearand it is like home- 1N

coming. Folk that we do not see but once a year. Let L .'
me know who you see (from years back) and we'll tell
everybody they were here! Have a good ORANGE BLOS-
SOM TIME, everybody!

Have, you noticed that the Yellow Cab and Aircraft New Greek Chapter Organized In Miami J JOn

Cab Companies have put Negro drivers on their
lines? What happened to Diamond Cab Company? They Sunday morning Nov presented a program, dined, Anti-Basileus; Delores Holts, Standing: Left to right,
have been in business just as long as the others; have ember 13theGAMMETTESPledge and were presented a charter Grammateus; Frances Scott, Sorors Elizabeth Moore,
more cabs on their line than Aircraft; have Federal.and Club of the GammaPhi and initiated into a business Tamiag; Jennie Reaves, Das- Margie Savage, Editor-In-
city contracts; .yet they'have not hired Negroes. Why ? Delta Sorority, Inc, a- and professional organization Ileus; Kay Davis, Supreme Chief; Betty Mackey,Jacqueline
Let's not use Diamond Cabs until we find out why. long with two National Of- ; the Epsilon Chapter of Basileus; Nellie Saunders, Jenkins, Edna Starke,
Those fellows who are interested in driving cab please firers worshiped at the An- Gamma Phi Delta Sorority National Assistant Organizer Financial Grammateus; ,'
apply and let me know what results have. tioch Baptist Church where by Supreme Basileus Kay ; Vermille Boone, Parliamentarian Mary Henry Bertha Jackson -
you the Pastor Reverend J.W. Davis of Dayton, Ohio, and ; Gwendolyn How Sergean t At Arms;Mary
Stepherson, delivered a very National Assistant Organizer ard, First Anti-Baslleus;and Johnson Chaplin; Rosa
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Willie Streeter inspiring message. Ndlls Saundersof Detroit, Christina Reaves, Corresponding Hutchinson Leenette Pen-
Following the morning Michigan. Grammateus. nington, and Willie A.Jones.
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Barbara Sergeant worship services, the group

motored to the Dl Lido Hotelon Seated: Left to right, Sor- Killens will
GOLFER OF THE WEEK: Dr. Herman Long (presi- Miami Beach where they ors Beulah Chester Second Clyde see
dent of Tallageda College) that you, have a fabulous "-

time at his "
FORMAL BALL TO Featuring alive band and SPECIAL
entertainment, the Christmas
Richard "Gene" Grenier, a retired 20-year Navy HIGHLIGHT formal will be held Saturday,
Chief Radioman, and now an FFA Flight Data Super- CHRISTMAS SEASON Dec. 17 from '8 to 12 p.m.
visor at Miami Center, has just published his first Admission is)3.00 per coupleon
book of poetry,."what Color is God?" The title of his FOR MIAMI JACKSON a reserved basis. SATURDAY NIGHT.

book was taken from one of his poems that won first STUDENTSThe DECEMBER 3rd AT THE
prize in the Armed Forces Writer's League Poetry Con
test. His poems have received wide acclaim all over the mapr( social, event of PRE-HOLIDAY Sir John Knight '
season for Jackson students -
the world, and we wish you would read them. The book will be the Christmas TREAT(
would make wonderful Xmas gifts and I believe they sell Formal Ball to be sponsored ':JVou are invited, to join But Club
for about $3.00. If you would like one, write me, and I by Thespians, the National us in our first Pro-Holiday
will see that you get them. We wish him much success. Drama Honor Society. Festival, Sunday, Dec. 11 at ; All Star
The setting for the gala 3 p.m. at the home of Mrs. .AttractionHOT
event will be the Oval Roomof Edna Miles Owens, 5025 NW I
Shirley and Robert have done it again! They're en- the luxurious Sea Isle 14th Ave. sponsored by ,
larging their store on 17th Ave. at 55th St. We are so Hotel on Collins Avenue at the Pastor's Aid Board of PAPA "
proud of them.Shitley's market started out. as a little 30th to 31st Street, Miami Kelly's' Chapel, Rev. L.. L. rw.- I
"corner store" this time, a year ago, and this is the Beach. ,0 DC an' is pastor TURNER r1i'
second time they have knocked out the walls to make it Jose' t
larger and better for you. Go by and say hello. By the !
way, they have the best selection of cigarettes have The Silver I Prince .
ever seen in a neighborhood store. If you have found show. He turned the audience on with his dynamic vocal Minnie Turner 1

your brand hard to find, I'll bet they have it. stylings at Sunday's concert in jazz Local Lee Eddie
NAACP president Donald Wheeler
Jones has been mak-
ing Jazzville the place to relax. lie says the Ira Sullivan Rita Reese f I
hate leave
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: I to Four are great. '
y'all, but if it does not get a little warmer, I'm going,' MUSIC BY The Marvells
south! Do you know it snowed in Atlanta, Monday? THE PROPHETS

BR-R-R! Among the visiting college and university We hear that Frank DuBois has lost the reins of ;:;' "
presidents this week at the Fontainbleu were Dr.James the Knight Beat Club and Clyde Killens is now servingas Aft r) Paradt, ;Matinee. ., ,
Lawson of Fisk; Dr. Benjamin Mays of Morehouse; Dr. interim manager Dan Kean of Gulf Oil is early "r' -
Rufus Clement of Clark, to mention a few .'Ther. Classic arrival. The guys on 15th Avenue will miss p:' 'Dance_ -' 1 t':..-6pm.- .

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16th and 17th Did you know that Clyde Killens hasa IRA SULLIVAN FOUR :\j\ ., :./. -Sing -OTekV" .
special show for Classic time at the Knight Beat? AT THE ',,(l.1"'I. .'
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parade in the Knight Beat and Clyde is featuring The toe '. w *
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Marvells, Hot Papa Turner, Minnie Turner,' Hosea, the 10 to 3 a.m. 'Y !" !;N\\ \ .
Silver Prince and Frank DuBoise and his band ;
Called the Maytag Company last week to see about the 'P! gy Young Jimmy! Griffin
shortage in the dryer. Cost me $8.50 for him to tell me fti.p ; ,
there was a shortage in the wire. I knew that whenl Plus the Alan Rock ,Chries *: : Lottie Dec
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take JAZZ CONCERT SUNDAYTHE :" .j'\ 9:00 Till ??? 'W I .
Seems there would be a very minimum charge to chec 4'; \ p.m. ,
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it Charles Flowers is a fine saxaphonist who rehearses DAVE AKINS TRIO. '..:";."',. ,. ,,, \ ..,' 1/10"-
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ed Rental Agency meeting hall. Dave Akins and his NICK BONTEMPO ,, ;,;TF1E .\ CLUB'
and with Atlantic Record- j ,
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every night. Jeff Addams, featured vocalist at Alan Rock, M. C. \757:1Q41"
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UTILE RED BOOK: D. Alfred Steward, retired i:
Miami Northwestern High social science instructor, WE NEED A VACATION SO WE'RE GOING
34 years in the school system.being chauf-
feured around in a wheelchair by his attractive and duti- OUT OF BUSINESS. EVERYTHING IN THE

ful wife. A paralytic seizure (Mar. 25, 1965> left him incapable BAR FOR SACE. TWO BEAUTIFUL BE- .
considering concentration Cleve-
land, Ohio and Newark, N. J. in '67 .'. John Black is a VERAGE BOXES, BAR STOOLS, MIRRORS, \
WHITE man and Henry White is a Negro New CASH REGISTER, ALL ODDS AND ENDS.
York Times' to purchase controlling interest in
Tribune??? Ruby (Candy) Williams, receptionist at
Glamour Photo Studios-cute as a picture.. CARRY.

NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Is.Assistant U. S. Attorney ,"PTO.' ',t ALL, OF"OUR..\. .. FRIEND, HOP.. ... YOU.......... ;Aa
James Matthews considering returning to private law a !WILL' STOP,BY SUN'DAYTTOSELINOR .
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won't..have. a Christmas_party,this year. Because. last
year,the boss got so loaded he kissed his own wife"., AND FOOTS i ij
Al Kinsey's Opa Locka's 'Bar-B-0 pit and restaurant Ardella Taylor, daughter of Mrs. R. M. Taylor of
doing a terrific biz along All Baba C. C. Fry is a Perrine, Fla.,and a student at Florida A&M University,
cook at the City Stockade Booker T. Washington to Tallahassee, Fla./ was initiated into the Alpha Kappa
faze out as a senior high after the 1966-67 school yeai??? Alpha sorority, Thursday night, Nov. 10. Miss TaylorIs
Mays High vs Miami High a football 'natural.' a senior health and physical education major with
interests in .choreography, senior intramual studen
THE WEEK'S WASH:The late Arthur Aranha's daughter director, and an honor'student. Miss Taylor, along v
,Janette Chillisa Frank C. Martin Elementary school-' with 20 other young ladies, is now a neophyte of Beta
marm, cuddling a 7-lb, 7-oz Pink Bundle, born Nov. 20 at Alpha Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Cedars of Lebanon *.. '. Washingtonians nickname for the
Catholic priests proposed union movement:" 'Nation Association '
for the Advancement of Collared People" ADAMS THE PHOTOGRAPHER IS AT:
West Dunbar Elementary principal Grace Albert, lost 307' NW 2nd Avenue a
her mother, Mrs. Nona E. Benson of St. Augustine, the
day following Thanksgiving. Sympathy John F. Ken- --.E---- .
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each Britians top poppers The Beatles breaking up? I' 1N' +

NAMES IN THE NEWS: The late Nat (KingCole's I Il
brother, Ike, at Eden R>c's Harry's American Show Room. NM 7M
He took over the Billy' Eckstein spot Sepia "queenof
jazz" Helen Glover at the Gold Doubloon Rhymcay
Lounge along Biscayne Boulevard at 172nd Street j
Joe poitier: Nick Thomas and "Butch" Poitier in a nul-
die over the dogs that won at Biscayne .Pianist Hazel
Scott divorced her second, Ezia Bedin??? Christmas
holiday decorations and advertisements overlapping
Thanksgiving displays much too soon California's M...
Governor-elect Ronald Reagan's movies getting big play
. Ervin E. Edwards bedded in Cedars of Lebanon.His MISS ELIZABETH EL
medics say to take it easy. Nothing serious. That's A full time operator at:

good.STUFF Thomas' Beauty Salon
AND SUCH: So valuable is the color tele-
vision mechanical device, City of Miami prison guards, 6580 NW 22nd Avenue it J
work 24 hours around the clock (on off-duty hours)guard Phone: 6919642We .
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her annual birthday gift-a beautiful cake-to Mrs.
Henrietta Sweeting, who birthdayed Nov. 27 Trumpetman ,
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MIAMI MUSINGS: Coach Traz Powell of Mays High, I I e.cw.s.c.
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The crowd out-swelling the Mays-BTW turnout. Mrs. FALLING HAIR? I II
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J. Wood, 1437 SW 7th Street, winner of Holy Redeemer I I season.
Thanksgiving eve 1967 Ford Cortina. Winning digits:
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Negroes Gave Good Round About

To Be Equal .. ,.'i

I .,. Support To Mayor HighOn Talk '

g November 8th Floridians chose Claude Kirk, Jr. ... BY JIMMY."SCOOP" BETHEL .
t Executive: Director, National Urban League I II I as their Governor for the next four years. The man he TIMES MOVE FORWARDFlint -
of Mia- Michigan
High, Mayor FloYd
Robert King
beat for the post was
General Motors
The last several years have witnessed an Increasing na- mi and two time candidate for the post. As in 1964, once J. McCree, a worker took over the new
tional commitment to ending the poverty which hauntsour again Negroes proved to be a tremendous voting bloc for post as Mayor of Flint Flint is a city of 200,000
land. More then 30 million people must struggle to Mr. High. They supported him In even greater numbersin population, (40,000 Negroes) We salute the people of
exist on budgets below the poverty line set by the U.S. 1966 General Election.Of Flint and their Negro Mayor Livingston Wingateresigned
government, and almost as many millions more are not some 300,000 Negroes registered to vote in Florida, as Executive Director of Haryou-Act, Harlem's
much above that subsistence line. sixty-one per cent (61%) or 183,000 went to the polls to Anti-Poverty Program and took over a new job as associate -
This is not a radal question the overwhelming maJor- vote in the General Election of 1966. Of the 183,000 who director of Washington C.-Based Citizens Crusade
ity of the nation's poor people are white. went to the polls, Mayor High received ninety-six per Against Poverty, a $27,500 a year post. Haryou-act paid
Despite the growing awareness of the problem, present cent (96%)or slightly more than 180,000 votes. $25,000 New York Supreme Court ordered Adam
proposals to,attack poverty tend to,be piecemeal and un, Once again it was demonstrated that Florida's Negroes Clayton Powell to surrender himself so that he can serve
derfinanced. It is as if the nation' knows what must be stick together at the polls for candidates who offer pro- a 30 day sentence in Jail on contempt charges faced with
tlone, but hesitates to make the necessary effort. Programs grams designed to represent all of the people of Florida; his own problems, Rep. A C. Powell call of his Thanks
such as the War on Poverty are effective and important, and who genuinely embrace the principles of human dignity giving week-end National Conference on the Black Power
but to make a maximum impact they must be part of a equal opportunity, and equal justice before the law. Issue. Powell gained a delay on Jail term by the Court
master plan to eliminate poverty within a given period of The figures are especially significant since Immediately Appeal Division. Negro Lucius D. Amerson, Korean
time.A after November 8th election, there was widespread War paratrooper was elected sheriff of Macon County
few years ago I railed for a Domestic Marshall Plan speculation that "the Negro vote had not turned out. How- Alabama over two white opponents and vowed to enforce
which would do for the American poor what the original ever, when one examines the figures closely, one finds that the law in the predominately-Negro county which includes
Marshall Plan did for war-torn Europe. Just as that the Negro vote turned out In greater numbers; and that Tuskeegee (Institute area) Ala.
stricken continent was assisted to its present prosperity bya Mayor High received a. greater percentage of the Negro MIAMIAN IS NEW YORKER FOR THE WEEK -
well-planned massive effort, so too should America's vote on November 8th than he got in 1964, when he Mr. Sam J. Edgecomb (formerly of Miami and Nassau
poor be assisted out of the dependency and poverty which received 94%. Bahamas) now residing at 269 Lenox Avenue N.Y.C. :
entraps them. What is even more Important is that Negro Floridianshad Doing -well in the Transportation Business. He has two
Now the A. Philip Randolph Institute has released its so much confidence in Mayor High that they were sons attending college, (namely) Eldridge Edgecomb a
Freedom Budget, based on a similar principle, and includIng sympathetic and understanding to the point that they did Sophomore at "Andrew University" in Berrien Spring,
spedfic cost estimates for the various programs whichare not require Mayor High to constantly make strong pro- Mich. and Jason Edgecomb a Sophomore at Pakwood
needed. All of the major civil rights and labor groups, civil rights statements as he had to do in 1964. Instead, College in Huntsville, Alabama. Mr. Sam J. Edgecomb
and many others as well, are backing it. Many, like the they became aware of the necessity of Mayor High's takinghis Is head of the Board of Deacons at Ephesus Seventh Day
Urban League, have given their assistance and coopera- champaign to the various other blocks and segmentsof Adventist Church of N.Y.C. and a nephew of Mr. Jerry
tion to the plan. This is important because while we often Florida politics. They knew that he espoused their cuase McPhee of Brownsville. (48 St.) To his beautiful cousin,
hear of the strife and disagreements between these groups, because their cause was Florida's cause. "Mrs. Genesta McPhee Sweeting", he dedicated Sam and
we now have an example of joint action for the good of Of course, much of the credit toward the understandingthat Dave's hit disc, "You Don't Know Like I Know." Mr.
the nation. Florida's Negroes demonstrated toward the Mayor's Sam Edgecomb, "a man of honor."- LYNN KASSARIS
The basic premise of the Freedom Budget is that true campaign is due to two of Mayor High's Negro aides, A TALENTED DANCERMODELLovely LynnBaby)
democracy should include, freedom from want, and that Rev. E C. Tillman and Bob Carroll. In spite of much originated out of Wellington, Del. Now holding up at
poverty has no place in a nation as rich and abundantas difficulty and criticism at times, Rev. Tillman constantly the Hotel Alexander off Broadway 103rd St., N.Y.C. -
ours. It offers a ten-year program to wipe out poverty. worked on the large church groups in the state; and Mr. A beautiful 22-year old.
The program includes measures which would bring Carroll tirelessly kept after the influential business and
about full employment; assure adequate income for all professional groups around the state It was this latter
(about 20 percent of those In poverty work for substandard group which constantly questioned Mayor High's tactics.
wages); guarantee an adequate income for those who Carroll became known as a skilled debater to these groupsas
cannot work; end slums with massive housing and urban he would open himself up for questions and not attemptto 4
renewal programs; provide medical care and good education dodge the Issues involved.
for allconserve our national resources and develop The point to be taken is that an>S office-seeker will finda
adequate transportation for all; and sustain a high rate friend in the Negro only if he: espouses the principles
of production and economic growth.The and ideals which the Negro holds fits meaningful to Negro
Freedom Budget not only suggests what shouldbe progress in
done, but also how it can be done. The main problemwith
proposals for expanded domestic programs is that S r
objections are raised about their cost. While the cost of Florida.TALC
these programs may come to about $185 billion over the '
10-year period, there will be no need to raise taxes or cut POLITICS
"* back on other federal programs; indeed, it'envisions MORE ,
federal spending on defense and space. By NORMAN E JONES
The Freedom Budget can be financed out of the con
tinued growth of the economy. It envisions a growth in
output of about 5 percent per year. Thus present tax rates ONE-PARTY SYSTEM BREEDS PARTY FACTIONSIt Lynn Kassaris Bo Anderson, Sam, Dave, Scoop
will produce enough to finance these necessary programs.The is inevitable that when one political party continuesfor '
figures are staggering, truly Indicative of the enormous long periods of time in the dominating position, smoth- SAM AND DAVE GREETED BY FAN CLUBS-
economic capadty of the nation. If the economy grows at ering the opposing candidates, if any, repeatedly and, motored down to Charlotte,' North Carolina, Thursday,
the projected rate of 5 percent ayearfor the next ten years, easily, that the dominant party soon fragmentizes into internal Nov. 17 to catch the touring "Rock and Roll show" -
not much more than the present growth rate, it will produa factions, with the resultant loss of unity and cohesion. It was wild, seeing all the Teenagers with their Fan Club
an AVERAGE of about $230-240 billion MORE each year. Without strong opposition in the general elections and Banners standing in front of the Coluseum an hour before
No nation which has this capacity for wealth can toler- with most offices without opposition, winning the dominant starting time and as their stars appeared, the big rush
ate poverty and deprivation in its midst. The Freedom party primaries becomes 'tantamount, to winning theoffice, for autographs. WOW During the show, the kids rushed
Budget is a demonstration of how a small portion of this which makes the primaries the principal campaign, whereall "Sam and Dave," so much kissing and hugging that they
growth can be used to finance a comprehensive national the money and effort is spent. Consequently all of the had to get extra guards. Sensational the only word for
effort to wipe out poverty in ten years. effort of the dominant party candidates are waged against "Sam and Dave." I'll see them again Dec. 4, Sunday nite
Several years ago, this country made a commitment each other in a dog-eat-dog, knockdown, dragout Inter- In Richmond, Va.
to put man on .the moon by 1970. A major technologicaleffort nal party fight for the nomination. TEEN TALK CHATTER MUSIC SURVEY While
was planned, an estimate of costs made, and a unified These slam-bang, name-calling, rough and tumbleparty watching-the show at Small's Paradise Sunday nite. There
program put into operation. This is what must be done primaries eventually cause such a'schism between party was this couple at the bar drinking only Vodka and
.Jo eliminate poverty and the Freedom Budget is a blueprint candidates and their followers that wide and deep schisms Orange Juice, discussing Cassius (Muhammad All) Clay.
for just such a national effort. develop between party candidates and their supporters Our Great Champion. Whatever happened to Sonji?
causing personal resentment to overcome party loyalty, (The ex-Mrs. Muhammad ALl) -Has she found herself a
resulting in a number of strong personal organizationswithin place in the sun?" The big chatter in New York is that
the party based on group factions.So Fort Lauderdale scandal. Three young men sentenced to
Alpha Pi Chi Sorority bitter is the rivalry between party group factions, the Electric Chair for the rape of a Blonde North Miami
that after the primaries these factional quarrels do not heal Beach white girl with no mercy recommended. Should
and remain as guerilla units defying central party control Samuel Choice, 20: Robert Gissenbanner, 18: and John
Southeastern Regional and in many cases, either refuse to support party candi- Forest Smalley 18 all of Hollywood, Florida die for a
dates, or actively campaign against their own party candi- crime with so much doubt? Such an incident will really
Meets in S. CarolinaThe dates, with the resultant weakening of the party fabric in spark a fire and set the State of Florida back (Progres-
general elections. sively from 10 to 20 years now is the time to prove
I The '1966 Democratic primaries for the governor In your Civil Rights. This is Scoop Bethel saying time and
I Florida is an outstanding example of this infra-party group tide waits for no man.
Chi South- the National Church Councilof
first Alpha
factlonalismcrushingany cohesive campaign for their can-
Christians and Jews. She
eastern Regional held Nov. didate, which contributed to the Republican victory for the
Inn Florence stated in her message that
25-26 at Holiday ,
first time In nearly a century. The "upset" would have
South Carolina made history one of the greatest concernsto
with overwhelming success. us is in the coming of come sooner if the Republicans had fielded a serious well
There were representativesfrom age of the American Negro, financed candidate in previous years.
Georgia,Alabama,'Flori.da which is symbolized in the Now that the Republicans have "broken the ice," look
... Washington, D. C., Illi- struggle over civil rights. for many hopeful Republicans to make a bid for elective
nois, North Carolina and South Soror Washington said, "We offices on every level and break the long Democratic party
Carolina. must give all under privileged monopoly in Florida. Relublicans are already 25% of the
Theme: Lighting the people of all races a chance congressional delegation and have a respectable bloc in
Way for Living and Learning." to grow and develop." the State Legislature. The two-party system in Florida is
was brought out dynam itically The meeting adjourned now a reality.
by Soror Julia M. Washingtonwho Saturday afternoon by Soror E.
is National President and Gertrude Thompson, president .
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$1 Million Grant to Assist h i.

r Poor Given By Ford ji

NEW YORKAgrantol serve as director-counsel of Foundation, in announcing h ry
1000000.00 was announced the new agency which will be the grant.
to the NAACP headquartered at 10 Colum- "In strengthening the
Legal Defense and Educational bus Circle. The LDF oper- legal rights of those who
I Fund, LDF)this ates from the same address are poor and those who lack i
by the Ford Foundaweek and the two staffs will be In- full and fair opportunities, '
terchangeable when and if we strengthen the rights of ,
s This money, which Is the necessary. all." ;;. r : {,
largest single contribution Respect for law will growas /GY T'\.., ,
by a major foundation In the "If the law is to fulfill its the law respects the '
I history; of civil rights, will beused role as a great binding force aspirations of those who seekto ;
to establish a National for civil peace in our society, climb out of poverty and
Office for the Rights of the it must be readily attheservice added.discrimination," Mr. Bundy Airman to Wed Miss Roker I

Indigent. of all, the poor as well Mr. Thomas Robinson has
Jack Greenberg, director- as the rich," said McGeorge The National Office for been appointed Southern Airman Reggie Thomas, United States Air Force
counsel of the I which is now being set up, of Georgia, Alabama, Florida Thomas of 1423 NW 68th his marriage to Miss Deloris
will be mainly concernedwith and North Carolina. He will Terr., is home on leave after Roker, the daughter of Mr. and I
the systematic testing promote Nu-Kair Products, his technical training at Mrs. David Roker, 2175 NW
of cases before courts and sold by 28 distributors. Lackland AFB, Texas, as a 68th Street.

LI/ Legal Services administrative agencies.


S. I-'uterfas, Center Attorney 5 RATH HACK HAWK re.

Many persons have come into the office regarding their 5 FIAT SONI i I A. 5
rights and the law in matters relating to Domestic Rela- CITY S= SIRLOIN ** lIMi EE EE EfllB Sf. &
The Florida Statutes and Court r
tions. cases contains many
laws and decisions on various aspects of this subject, suchas "f V I
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Marriage and Divorce, Child Custody and the Domestic :: I'li
Relations Court, Rights of Husband and Wives to Sue and wE
be Sued, etc. Todays article will deal mainly with Marriageand :E: 89 C IVORY

Divorce, and problems connected therewith. M'CUOOOOTt.vtA' orc 10, = ,Y / LIQUID
Florida recognizes nine grounds for Divorce, the most Ruth E .
common being Cruelty, Desertion, and Over Indulgence in :.'''IQ.III lcW.t = s0= KINs SIZE

Alcoholic Beyerages. The Statutes also provide for Annul : /NPAT .. f IAL.I.. ONILISI lOUD "
ments in cases such as Fraud, etc. : DIVIDED D/f IGOYAL. r + 01 I
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Once a person is legally married either by a civil ceremony lOT KATE ; C
or by the common law, he stays married until the .iou I =_ EYE ROUND 9S .-.MrHAEZ.IT

marriage is terminated by a court decree or death. Florida !' IIT !! C ROAST u I !ls 251
recognizes common law marriages, and they are as bind- .A.r : '.. qn o DL.uIr f

ing as a civil marriage. The capacity to enter into a common DOTTLE '18 cuT ON LAtor jQMIEIIAN I '
law marriage is the same as for a civil marriage, WARMER T BONE 1 olivE,. OIL X1010s '
and one cannot become so married while he or she has a : SA.T.DLI : PORTERHOUSE 119
living husband or wife. :STERILIZER =Iu i == ETluwzo- 011
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remedy and usually secure a support order. A Separate E sEa
Maintenance action is also available which leads to a sup- E YALUYDAU lOLL SAUSAGE L& 39, .--DDrr l.tI I CLEANSEr COMETHtCItOIY RI
port order, but not Divorce. The Circuit Court handles the A; = IMOKID CONI.AHD'II'UItIK ,
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Where family problems exist, it is often extremely beneficial I I '

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have been saved through these means. Again, the
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12, THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December, ,2, 1966

memory of the later Leo Marshall of 1133 NW Marvin Westbrookof 1701A
28. lie is NW 30th Ave. died as result
died NOV.
Slat St.
CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHSIN :] survived by his wife,Bernice; of a gunshot wound on Nov.

.two sons, Donald and David; 22. Funeral services were
six sisters, Lelia Garrison, held Wednesday, Nov. 30 at
.. the
Ester Everette, Ruth Ms- 10 ajn.-in chapel.

:, MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSMr. shall, Clydia Marshall, LevelU -
IN MEMORI AMIn Burns and Minnie Lee Mrs. Julia Jackson of
I loving of our Qua 2330 NW 58th died
memory and Mrs. Alphonso Brantley; two brothers, St. Nov.
dear wife mother and grandmother lev ig memory of Mother Funeral services 25. She is survived by a
Williams, owners of AI'. .--- _...._-,.._.,._. _.... and Owen,
will be held at 3:30 p.m. Mon daughter Mrs. Pinkie Walker,
Shoe Repair Shop, 6020 NW day, Dec. 5 from the Churchof and two nieces. Funeral services -
7th Ave., were down in-Key Christ. were held on Wednes-

West attending the funeral,,of day at 4 p.m. in the chapel.
the late Mrs. Emrni."Grant Mrs. Elizabeth Washingtonof

Saturday, Nov. 19, and would x 235 NW 8th St. Apt. 6 died Mrs. Carrie Pittman of
like to thank those who at Nov. 27. Services were held 6830 NW 28th Ave. died Nov.
tended. Wednesday afternoon from 28. She is survived by four

Greater Bethel AMB Church. daughters: Mesdames Della

Barnes, Sarasota; Evelyn Mitchell -
w. ;::1\ :.: '(. 1 Mrs. Estoria' Coleman of ,south Bay; Louise Pres-

I t _'OF 'THANKS MARY 0. JOHNSON 524 SW East Ave., Belle ton, Live Oak; and Carrie

The family of the late who departed this life on Nov. Glade died Nov. 26. Funeral Meets; Miami; four sons,
23, 1965. May she rest In 'services will be held from Elijah, William, George and

peace and light perpetual the Chapel .Saturday, Dec. 3 Samuel nephews, Willie,
x shine on her. at 10 ajn. Survivors are three Cecil and Elmo James aniece
The Family sisters Missouri Doster and,, Lilly Mae Lester'17 grand

E Evelyna Brooks of Miami, Rebecca children. Final rites and
v Barnwell of Philadelphia burial will be conducted in

IN MEMORIAMIn ; one brother, Raymond Tallahassee.

ASIA M. MABLE of Burgess.
sad but loving memory Mrs. Nettie 'Blackshear of
i who entered into eternal rest our dear husband, father and
Howard Williams, 423 NW 2351 NW 92nd St. died Nov.
on November 14, 1966, at the grandfather, '
Rr. 7th St. Apt. 14 died Nov. 23. 24. She is survived by a sister
CORA ANN SUMNER Cumberland Hospital, Brook- Funeral services will be held Mrs. Tommie, Jones; a
PERTHONE lyn, N. Y. Funeral services niece Mrs. Ella Black.
in the chapel, 4 p.m. Saturday
were held Nov. 18 at the
who departed this life Dec. 2, Union Baptist Church, Hemp- Tjec. 3. Burial in pal-' Funeral services' were' held
1964. stead, Long Island. Greatly metto, Ft a. Survivors are his Thursday, Dec. 1 at 3 p.m.
"Servant of God well done missed. wife, Loumisher Wise,mother; in the chapel.

Thy glorious warfare's done, Mrs. Ira B. Williams, four
The battle's fought yIh Clara Curtis, granddaughterGlenn daughters, Ivasteen' Edwards Elijah Lemon of 1428 NW

The victory's won Curtis, grandson of Jamaica, Long Island, Me- 51st Terr died Nov. 24. He
And thou are crowned at last. A sister and.a host of other I via Green of Westbury, Long is survived by Joe Leman Jr.,
relatives. 1 Island; Gl encase Glynn and Viola Lemon and Ella Mae

James Perthone, husband WILLIE WALTON Mary Williams of Miami; two James.. Funeral seryices will
Constance Sandilands, wish, to express their dEep brothers Rayford and Johnof be held Friday, Dec. 2 at 3
daughterIN and sincere gratitude to their Miami. pjn. in the chapel.Mrs. .
many friends who expressedtheir CARD OF THANKS

sympathy during their Mrs. Mary Timmons, 523 Nealie Crawford of
MEMORIAMIn hours of sympathy, through The family of the late NW 11th Terr. died Nov. 29. 1620 NW 44th St. died Nov.
cards, telegrjpis and many 128. She is survived
sad but living memory, Survivors include a cousin'' by a daughter -
of our dear mother;grandmother kind deeds. Theresa Clark of Miami. Funeral -, Mrs. Lawson; a
Thanks to Rev. P. W; 'granddaughter, Ola Johnson;
services will be held
great grand mother and -
sister Williams, pastor'oC St. Luke IM REV' PHILLIP HEROUT Saturday, Dec. 3 from Mt. a grandson, _Willie Green,
Baptist Church, who openedthe who passed to the Great Beyond Zion Baptist Church at 1 p.m. three grandchildren. Funeral
doors of the church to us. on December 5, 1955. arrangements are incomplete.
Many thanks to the Range May he rest in peace, and
Funeral Home and Rev. Fred may' light, perpetual shine MrsPattie Gunn of 936 ,' '
Hicks. upon him. N.W..3rd Ave. passed Nov., BAIN'S. .

';r Robert Walton, father 17.The' body was shipped
Mrs. Jane Herout
Nancy Walton, mother And FamilyIN Thursday, to Marianna Mrs.Marie Merritt of 10010
Lucie Walton, wife I : Florida for final rites and SW 171st St. Perrine died

Jill Walton, daughter i MEMORIAM urlal. She is survived by adaughter Nov. 25. Survivors "lore her

Willie Walton, Jr., son l"! Mrs. Allie Mae husband, walter; two sons,
Other relatives '1I 'In sad but loving .memory. 'Jadeson, one grand daughter Joe and Walter Jr.,two daugh
V1. o,bur departed one, : .Mlas Edna" Ruth Jack, ters-in-law: *' seven 'grand
IN MEMORIAMIn f.. .,. :; .1. FRANK MONTGOMERY, son, one son in law, two children; two sisters-in-law;
who passed into life's eternalon sisters, other relatives and and two brothers-in-law

r memory of our son and : .c.. .. ) Dec. 1. 1965. His suffering friends. Funeral services will be

brother 'I. ended with the day. aassaaaaaasass held on Wednesday at 3 p.m.
r May he rest in peace. from the St. John Baptist
MRS. CLAUDINA RIOU Sadly missed.Mrs. Mr.Harold Belle of 331 Church of Howard, Fla.,
TAYLORwho N.W. 37th Stexplred Nov. with Rev. Howard officiating.

4i departed this life OcU, Neighbors. Spencer& Friends 19. The body was shippedto The remains will repose in
13, 1966, wish to express Boston Mass., for final the chapel on Tuesday after-
thanks to the kind friendsfor rites and burial noon until shortly before

their expressions of sass asassassGween funeral time.

,. ... -,_..-.. .... --" sympathy through their cards, ALBERT. .
cars, telegrams, flowers, Brown, three year Mrs. Annie Mae Smith of
MAE ALLEN covered dishes, visitationsand William H. Flanders Jr., old daughter of Bennie and 10751 SW 149th Terr. Rich-
who departed this I life Dec. calls during their sorrow. 6719 NW 11th Ave., died Nancy Brown, 329 N.W. mond Heights died Nov. 25.

2, 1965. Nov. 24. Services were con- 22nd St, Apt 126, died Nov. Survivors include her husband
God sees when the footsteps ducted from the
falter The Family Wednesday 21. Funeral services was Toney; one son,Joseph; three
Liberty City chapel. Among held Wed. afternoon from the daughters Ruby Jean Smith,
When the has
pathway grown his survivors wife Aliceof
are chapel. Other survivors are and Mesdames Irene Wyns
too steep Philadelphia, Pa., two two sisters two brothers, and and Edna Mae Hatcher; six
Then he touches the weary sons, William and El worth; grandparents. grandchildren; one brother

eyelids CARD OF THANKS six daughters, Mmes. Helen
Earl Robinson
Lee two aunts
And gives his dear ones *****sass ass
ki4 Tappan, Lenora Rolle, Wil- and one uncle. Funeral ser-
sleep.Mr. -i The members of the familyof helmenia Thompson, Juanita Mrs Jannie Lee Jacksonof vices will be held Thursday,
the late Ryan, Jeannette, Marguerite 6975 N.W. 18th Ave.,
2 from the Jerusalem In
James Poitier Jr., son p.m.
JAMES F. HINES REV.JOHN HENRY POLITEwho Betty Flanders; two sisters, expired Nov. 22, at her Its Power Holiness Church
White ,
Mrs. Dorothy daughterMr.
who departed this life Nov. was called from earth Mmes. Pearl Shumake and home. She is survived by
at 1452 NW 58th Terr. Remainswill
H. Allen Jr. son
George heaven'
to reward
on Tues- Lenora Leake
30 1962. grandchildren.
two daughters Mrs Bernice in the chapel from
Mrs. Ernestene Davisdaughtei day Oct. 18 1966 wish repose
to ex-
The gate that leads us far Carter, Mrs.Josie Bell Neal, Wednesday afternoon until
Mrs. Elizabeth Clark, sister: press their sincere gratitudeto Herbert Starks, 3287 Charles -
beyondAll right grandchildren
seven "
ister Thursday at 11 ..m.
Nathalie Johnson
Mrs. all of the friends who
earthly strife and care Ave., Coconut Grove, great grandchildren, Includ-
Mrs. Firstina Loyd, sister Lies at the pathway's ending shared with them their sympathy cied Nov. 27. Services Satur- ing Miss Constance Jackson,
David Kemp of 577l1W 16th
And our Lord is waiting thereTo ,I during their bereave- day, 2 p.m. from the Coconut other relatives and friends.
St., Fla. City. A pioneer citi-
ment. Many thanks for the
IN MEMORIAMIn lead our loved one to a[I. Grove chapel. Among his sur- Funeal services will be held
zen Fla. City havinglived
land of lasting peace and rest flowers, food, use of cars, vivors are mother, Mrs. Hattie
Saturday Nov.26 at 2:00
since 1914 and the
memory of our beloved And there's solace in the ana messages of condolence. Starks, one sister, Mrs. Annie ,
father and sonCHARLES Special thanks to the Rev.S. Mae Lewis; one brother Willie p.m. Mt.Tabor Baptist owner of Kemp's Grocery,
thoughtA A. Thomas, members, au- Lee; one brother-in-law Church. The body will lie In died Nov. 27. Survivors are
fem. loving God knows best. xiliaries, etc. of Mt. Sinai Ross Barnes, nieces, and repose at the home 6:00p.m.: his wife, Mae; three sons,

The Hines & McKenzie Baptist Church. nephews. Friday, an d will remain there James, Carl and Nathaniel;

Families Rev. 0. W. Foster of the until funeral time. one daughter,Mrs. Vera Haines.

Fla. East Coast Association, Mrs. Estella Washington, four grandchildren;eight great

General State Baptist Con- 7504 NW 14th Pl., died Nov. MANKER. grandchildren, nieces and
FRANCIS. vention, Rev." J. A. F. Fin- 27. Arrangements are incom- nephews. Funeral services
layson, F. E. C. Baptist plete. S. T. Maddox of 6108 NW will be held on Saturday at 1 .
Miss Rosa McNeil of 320 Association Rev. P. W. 22nd Ave. died Nov. 27. He p.m. from New Mt. Zion

NW 11th st. died Nov. 28 aftera Williams, Ministers and Dea- Infant Sylvis Jane Stevenson is survived by one sister Mrs. Baptist Church, Fla. City.

brief period of illness. cons Union, Rev. F. D. Kit- 18427-B Homestead Ct., Elm Harmon, an uncle, John Remains will repose in the

Funeral services will be held chen, Ministers and Dea- Perrine, died Nov.23.Arrangements Harmon and a cousin Robert chapel from Friday afternoonMrs.

Monday, Dec. 5, 2:30 p.m. at cons Union-Women, Rev. W. are incomplete. 'Tuff. Funeral arrangements
Ebenezer Methodist Church, Edgar and Association, the are incomplete. Annie Rivers Johnson

j :"r Rev. A. D. Hall, pastor officiating Lily White Association. of 313 SW 12th Ave., Delray
,. ... Members friends Beach, Fla. died Nov. 22 at
I .. Remains will repose ,
..,. ....-.., So. Fla. state
Hospital. Sur-
F. JOHNSON in the chapel beginning zations and auxiliaries of
Greater Bethel vivors are six sons, four
AME Church
10 ,
this life Dec. a.m. Sunday until funeral
r who departed time Monday afternoon. Sur- Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor. daughters. Remains will be

a 4, 1965. reel vivors are two uncles Mr. A. Members and friends of Mt. shipped to Phoenix, Ala.\ for
They are gone Calvary, Rev. Samuel Atchi- LINCOLN MEMORIAL PARK final rites and burial on
not the pain of sorrow; it i s L. Jones and Mr. Rice Jones;
who are left behind that Cousin; Mrs. Marjorie Town- son, pastor. Thursday afternoon.
we set. Special thanks to Rev. W.
missed by:
suffer. Sadly F. Tanner, Sr. who delivered TELL OUR

Agnes Sands, mother Lord Givens of 1143 NW eulogy and also the Richardson 3001 NW 46th STREET NE 44197E.
5th Avenue died Nov. 22 at Mortuary' and mortician. ADVERTISERS'YOU
iris Moore, JOHNSON, MANAGER, OX-1-9199
-' Jackson Memorial. Funeral Leaves to mourn adevoted
+ children arrangements are incomplete. wife, Mrs. Bertha Polite and

Marie Beckfort, sister Survivors include a son. Family. TIMES



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14 THE MIAMI TIMES! Friday., De.c-mLer.2., 1966. r


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IN CHRIST Rev. and Mrs. Fayson and W. J. Macon: reporter
Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor
Elder C. J. Jackson, pastorP. Naoraijearij parsonage of Sara McRae, reporterWomen's
Mt. wish to"thank the for this
Seabrooks, reporter Zion, Our sermon topic
officers: members and friendsfor Day, was a huge Sunday morning will be "Our
The Pastor's ANb"dlub! the fine way in which they success, both spirituallyand God is Able" fromlsiah 9.6.

wishes to extend a very spe- worked to make the successof financially. Total amount Let us all come out to the last
cial invitation raised: $2,879.29.Our CHURCH OF THE
to everyone of the
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE"Your the church program of the Communion service year.
who loves good leadership to morning speaker, Mrs.
will have
conference year go over the At 7:30 p.m., we
Community and an appreciation program. This Walton Y. Robinson spoke''en advent candle-light service,

You"* is the title of a Christian program is a very small way top.They also wish to thank forcibly from the theme: "The with the elders and deacons;lev. H. C. McDowell, pastorA.

t Science public lecture,,'that wo fan say,thanks.t$ our. the members for all of the World Needs Christian Women"The conducting the service. The E. McNeal, reporter

coming here on Sunday Dec. pastor/for1 top quality leadership little personal courtesiesthat evening service was evening sermon will be presented
and gut dance.We sincerely
4th. believe that there Is no were done for the family devoted to a message in song.A < by Elder J. D. Faniel.,
during the year, and climaxing job well done by the ladiesof Congratulations to the senior

who other can person excel or persons our pastor known in the year with the lovely both choirs, along with !High Fellowship for the fine

appreciation on Monday night. other musical talent from >devotional program of last
understanding, honesty and After attending the wonderful, other churches.: : Sunday evening. The entire
all the other qualities that it
conference all week the Rt. congregation was greatly up-
t takes to make an A 1 pastor. Each year, the ladyrai.in,
Rev. E. C. Hatcher saw to lifted.
If you have any doubts at all, the most money is crowned. '
,return Rev. Fayson and his We hope that all meaber.
about this, join us on Sundayat family to Mt. Zion. We return This year the crown was presented will goon record as having paid
3 and find out whetheror
P.m. with pride and a new determination to Mrs. Katie Wright, their anniversary assessment

not you should believe us. to serve. We main- by Mrs.Minnie Cooper, winnerof Also, it is time for each member -

If you do agree with us, tain, if you want to work, last year.Next in line were to contribute the annualper

please come and help us come to busy Mt. Zion where Mrs. Maria Pouncey and Mrs. capita sesessment.Let .

u make this program a success. Rev. Milson Fayson is the Josie Ran Williams. All three us move into the New

State Supervisor Gussie new pastor. ladies were given tokens of Year with flying colors! -
appreciation. Our chairmanand
Gamble, that dynamic woman
Correction: The Coleman'l -
Y of God, will be the speaker co-chairman, Mrs. M.
Fashionette Beauty
for the occasion. Crawford and Mrs. B. McMfJ-
Salon at 2151 Lincoln Ave., lian thanked the church GLENDALE

All are cordially invited I I Mrs. Marjorie Coleman, 'proprietor wholeheartedly for their fine 1 ---
and you are welcome to bring j I efficient operators.The support. We were blessed to' REV. DR. TRUMAN DOUGLAS
Rev. B. L. Turner, pastor
mistake made h
friends and family. was have our pastor with us, who' the 50th Anni-
Rutha Harrington, reporter
Thomas O. Poyser, C. S., the Woman's Day Booklet. has been ill for about two I
Sis. stirrup is presidentof versary of the ordination to the
will discuss how a spiritual The chairman, cochairmanand weeks, and we are happy to We prepared our hearts to
the club and sponsor of the Christian Ministry of Rev.
dimension of thinking can co-workers are very sorryto say he is fine. we welcome, i receive God's word from the
prpgram. McDowell, top executives of
bring better solutions to individual have made a mistake. you at our services anytime. :Bible. Pastor Turner's message the 2,200member United Churchof

and community_ I was taken from Psalm
Christ (Congregational) will
problems. 77:1-3. The three points were: be guests of the Church of the

The event is being sponsored David was out of touch with Open Door Sunday morning,
of God first because he Is' in the
by Fifth Church Dec. 4, at the 11 ajn. services.
Christ, Scientist and takes wrong place. The second point
The chorus of the Southwest
place at 3 p.m. at Northwestem Et1ARE SRVI 4 4KrwMr was, David was in bad com- Senior High School, under the

High School, 7007 NW.12th. pany. There were four hundredin
ti fad direction of our choir director
Ave. Admission is free and the cave and they were in ,
William S. Johnson, will render -
open to the public. .. debt, in distress and discon- special selections.The .

Mr. Poyser was once manager '4, .; .1"; ;}, J tented. The third point was, guest speaker will be
of a business firm in Dal- r. : .t', iA David was out of touch with Dr. Truman Douglas of New

las, Texas, but resigned in God because he was saying
4, l h York City. He is executive
19S2 to devote full time to the 1 4k bad things, in a bad place, and vice president of the United
Christian Science healing in bad company.There is a way
Church Board for Homeland'ministeries.
ministry. He is a graduate In out of the cave. David found away
engineering of the Universityof out when he changed his This board' is responsible -

Michigan, and received the cry. ,When David asserted his for denominationswork

Bronze Star fa service in the will and cried four great "I in the development of

United States Army Air Corps ''wills" he walked out of the new churches? church finance,
., and building; race relations;
during World War n. He if cave. We must change our cry higher education; Christian
currently on tour as memberof too. With God's grace, let us :
education pugllshing :
The Christian Science all say, If God be for me, who even ge-
lism; health and welfare services
Board of Lectureship. can be against me?
We were delighted to have and research.

our visitors. One soul was add- Dr. Douglas is a member of

ed to the church. Baptism will ,.the General Baord of the Na-

SEVENTH DAY be held on the second Sundayin tional Council of the Churchesof

ADVENTISTUsually Dade County Mayor Chuck the needy without respect to L.Woodfork,pastor of Bethany next month. Remember Christ in the U. S. A. which

Hall,City Commissioner Atha- race, creed or color. Church; Elder W. S. Barfield, Christians, carry their Biblesto 'is presently meeting on Miami

the Bethany lie Range and EOPI Neigh This is part of the work of president of the south Atlantic church and through it, God Beach.

Seventh Day Adventist Church borhood Center Director Flet- Seventh-Day Adventists. An- Conference; Mrs. W. P. speaks his word to them. All members and friends are

choir presents a Christmas cher Paschal, spoke at the nually the General Church Miller, director of the center; urged to be present at the 11
just before Christmasday. Bethany seventh-Day Adven- assists more than 8,116,000 Mr. Fletcher Paschal of the ajn. service.
This is
year no excep tist Church Sunday afternoon. persons; 10,063,685 hours EOPI,speaker for the occasionand
tion. The choir is
contata "Bom. The church opened a new were spent last year for food Elder Samuel Thomas, director FIRST BAPTIST OF
a King" by
health and welfare center at clothing., of the welfare activities
John W. Peterson, a lovel y BROWNSVILLE
work of art with narration, 2307 NW 62nd Street. Pictured above is the rib- of the South Atlantic Conference ANTIOCH M.B.

solos, duets and full voice The center is opened to bon cutting ceremony of the the ladies in uniform Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor NEW LIBERTY CITY

choir. This is one of the most supply food and clothing to Health and Welfare Center will give their service to the Mrs. Donella Turner, reporter Rev. A. H. Essix, pastor
beautiful Left to right are Elder R. center. Sis. Annie Whipple
contatas the choir The members of First Bap- reporter
has ever presented. Plan
tist enjoyed a wonderful and
now to attend on Dec. 18 at Our Woman's Day was cele-

4 pjn. at the Bethany Seventh GREATER NEWMACEDONIA MT. CALVARY YOUTH DAY A Nov.inspiring 27, based Men's on Day the Sunday theme,: brat d on Sunday. Theme of the

Day Adventist Church, 2500 Rev. Samuel Atchison, pastor SUCCESS AT MT. "The Imperative Need for day was "Christian Woman on
NW 50th
Rev. Roscoe Jackson of a Mission for God in the Mis-
pastor Constance Carter, reporterOn Men Integrity. The morning -
You wish a perfor- sile "
may OLIVETTEThe Age.
Willie Beard
speaker was Rev. Cooks
mance to benefit your church last Sunday, we were Both morning and evening
during the Christmas season. On last Monday, our Junior blessed with two spiritual services were high at the afternoon service, Rev. J. speakers brought

For information you may call Church was organized. They sermons from the Rev. Smith of Mt. Olivette on last Sunday E. Murray and his congregation 1 very inspiring
messages. C.
Mrs. E. Tynes at NA 1-0470. have organized a Junior New Jersey, and the Rev. con- the Youth Choir will ever be was in charge. Rev. David A. brought J. Bumey

Vernald Edgecomb, presi- Deacon Bwd and a Junior nors of Georgia, who are nep- grateful to the pastor, officers Bradley was the evening speaker. and our morning's mess age
dent and Maggie James,report- Deaconess Board. Junior hews of two of our deacons. and members, Miss Peggy the Dorothy Davis gave

ing. choir and ushers we alreadyhad Again on next Sunday, we Anderson, who was our The pastor would like to evening message.

just an addition these. are reminded of our duty. Jesus guest soloist for the morning, thank each and everyone par- The pastor congratulates the

Bro. Johnny Nixon and Bro. said, "This do in remem- and Alec Stephens Jr. our ticipating in the services. chairman, Mrs. Matilda Rey-

BAPTIST MINISTER'S John Lumpkin are chairmanand brance of me." master of ceremonies for the Special thanks to Bro. James nolds and co-chairman, Mrs.

co-chairman respectivelyof The Pastor's Aide Board is evening. They were superb. Floyd Sr. and Bro. Edwin Up- Carrie Donnell for the splendid

COUNCILThe our Deacon Board. Sister sponsoring a sale beginning Special thanks to the various shawand the ladies who worked I leadership exemplified toward

Council met last Louise Jackson and Sister Friday and Saturday, Dec. 2 & youth choirs who helped to and helped so diligently in the making this woman's day a

Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. at Lena Smith are presidentand 3 and continuing therein until make our Third Anniversarysuch dining room. success. We also thank the
vice president respectively the 3rd Sunday The sale will beat a success both spiritually chairman and co-chairmen of
Church. 1st
Luke Baptist TlnursdayDec. the
St. of the Junior Deaconess the home of Mrs. Ozie Nichols,, and financially.Next pas- the various committees
After the devotional period, tor is asking the entire mem- and
Board. Let us as adults, 4610 NW 1st Ave. You are in- Sunday is Communion members and friends for
the P. W. bership of the church their
the expositor Rev. to be
and much for
support pray vited to come by. Sunday. At 11 a.m. Sermon and cooperation
Williams the high present at 7:30 for Again, we thank
gave these young people that they Communion and 7 p.m. Holy
p.m. Bap-
points the lesson for the you for your support in helping
on Communion
may lead our church of tomor- tism, Communion and Fellow- Baptism and an-
week, subject" "God and row, the way in which the FRIENDSHIPRev. ship. You are invited to all nual General conference. us to obtain our goal-A suc-
His Church. It was very cessful Woman's Day.
Lord will be pleased. They of these services. '
inspiring and impressive. were in charge of services J. E. Jenkins, pastor

President Johnson then from the Sunday School throughout Ruby Lee Carr, reporter WOMEN'S RESCUE

introduced the speaker for the evening services, including Sunday we expect our pas- MISSIONWith

the morning, the Rev. Simms, devotion and our of- tor to deliver both morning FELLOWSHIPBy MT. CARMELThe

who preached out of his soul fering. and evening sermons. We invite God's blessings a

on "God and His Church." They proved not to be the you to come and hear him.He is R. J. McOhaney Rescue Mission for Women ll evening message on

The president asked the church of tomorrow, but the an evangelistic pastor. We. If we want love, let us be open to aid women in distress; last Sunday was delivered by

ministers to attend the meetings church of today, for the holy know God is blessing us to our lovingand if we want honesty, and to give them spiritual gui the Rev. Clark from Gethse-

as regularly as pos- ghost was truly present as our building a new Friendship, and let us be honest. If we want dance. Open house will be mane Baptist Church of Holly-

sible, and to invite their minister, Rev. J. do thank visitors for all day at wood, Fla. The 1
own junior we our truth, then let us tell the truthat Sunday, Dec. 4 No. Choir
friends. D. Williams broke the breadof past support. We are so elated all times. For Jesus said, 3838 NW 17th Ave. Sis. sang their praises unto the

The Rev. J. E. Jenkins, life to.us. over our many visitors each but seek ye first the kingdom of Theresa Norwood is presi- Lord.*,

will bring the message on May God bless and strengthen week.Our God, and all these things shall dent; Sis. Rosa Thomas is Let us pray for all of our

next Wednesday. all of our junior members get-well wishes are ex-,be added unto you. So untila vice president; Mamie New- sick people, also the shut-in.

/ Rev. Thedford Johnson and ministers that they will tended to all of our sick. later date, if God's will, some is secretary and MotherA. Remember the boys in VietNam

is president and Rev. Harold be the church that God is Come to church, have your thanks and my prayers for all of Goff is instructor. Cake Visitors are always welCome -

Brown is reporter.; coming back for. faith lifted. you. and coffee will be served. .


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I South Florida 76th 'Fore,. Hisstoa taunt Friday Niahf '

I 4
I Disrict---I The Bapti Women Council .
Conference Biggest invites the entire publicto of the Florida Baptist women' the response that is coming <'
attend its Foreign Mission State Convention, Auxiliary and has come from the minis- |
to the General ters of the various aaaocia-
Banquet Friday evening, Dec. Baptist state
76th annual con- Dade County Children's In showing the films. I 2, 8 p.m. at St. John Institutional Convention. tions. All religious workers
of the South Florida Home; Rev. Larry E. Whit- One of the Baptist Church. Dr. Mrs. Ann Swint, general and those interested in the
Beit of the African Meth- ley, 'president, Greater Mi- session was highlights the of the William J. Harvey, secretaryof chairman, states that it is field of missions should em-
Episcopal Church met ami Ministerial Association Thanksgiving the Foreign Mission Boardof gratifying and commendable- brace this opportunity.
; sermon delivered
Paul A.M.E Church the Rev. Thedford Johnson, Rt. Rev. Richard Robert the National Baptist Con-

N.W. 51st Terrance, minister of St. John Baptist Wright, Jr. Taking his text vention, Inc., will be the

T. C. Kdly, minister Church and president of the from Psalm 136,the 88yearold guest speaker. Dr. Harvey ADAMS THE PHOTOGRAPHER IS AT: j
will be
tuber 22-27. Baptist Ministers' Council; Illustrious theologiangive introduced by Dr.
Rt. Rev. Eugene Clif- Rev. Father Theodore R his personal testimony Susie C. Holley, president 307 NW 2nd Avenue

fHatcher, Presiding Gibson, rector of Christ Episcopal of the "Love of God."
}>p of the Eleventh Epis- Church. Among receptions honoring -
District, which coms Bishop Hatcher was introduced Bishop and Mrs. Hatcher -
Florida and the Bats to make the response and other officials and r

presided over the by the Rev. S. A. Cousin delegates, was that given by 111 IB-CITY
Ions.bres. minister of Greater Bethel the SL James A.M.E ., +
of ministers and A.M.E. Church. The prelate Church, the Rev. J. B. .' 1st MIAMI RUN
reds of laymen and stressed the necessity of Blackness, pastor. A welcome : ; :
lie officials attended the young people Improving Tea was also given by : &r:
Lme program In the their potentials for leader the Conference Branch Mis- .:,' i ,"

ous, modern, alr-con- ship by training.The sionaries. Mrs. Jeannette '..

[ned St. Paul. Greetings Ladles-in-VVhite and Kelly, president. These affairs ,.,
brought from the varlF Young People's ,.. '... ". a1g1
Night pro- were largely attended. ....,.. J" : I :
religious, civic and edu- gram was special feature of d" .,.,,I'
mal bodies of the comity the conference. Mrs. E C Most of the pastors in Dade ',' ". ....'" ,
by their representaThe Hatcher, wife of Florida's County have been returnedto 1Ii'UkasuLtfIff L t21

.... Hon. David Ken- bishop and supervisor of the their posts. The Rev. J. B. '
y, vice-mayor of Miami, Women's Missionary Society Blacknell of SL James, MI- eWERWlDf!
ght greetings from the showed a travelogue, ami, has been transferred to DR. WILLIAM J. HARVEY

through visual-aid, of the ML Hermon; Fort Lauderdale Secretary of the Foreign mOrl frighteDinJt
her participants were: St. Holy Land and Europe. The and the Rev. F. E Mission Board of the National i iJ
ll's Junior choir, the Rev. women and the Young Peo- Sneed has been transferred Baptist Convention, Inc. ftAM liIJ,
!Jam F. Savoy, minister ples Department enjoyed seeing from Mt. Hermon to SL
Grace Presbyterian these pictures which were James. JJ> J I I II
arch; Miss Joyce Cham- taken last summer while The 77th annual session of I

fs, T. William Fair, see- Bishop and Mrs. Hatcherwere the South Florida Conference I [ I I

try Greater Miami Urban on a tour after attend- will be held at Payne .... .
, Jigue; Mrs. Charlotted ing the World Methodist Chapel, West Palm Beach .
Clark, principal, Drew Conference in London, England with Dr.A A. Williams, Host -, .1't <
mentary School; Isaac Mrs. Geraldine O'Neal Presiding Elder and the Rev.T. h d I+1 1f 1yl .I :f I I II
thers superintendent of Glenn assisted Mrs. Hatcher S. Johnson, host pastor. i x


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Thedford Gibson rector .
*eVe A. L. Shipp, pastors. W. E. Sims, pastor Antionette Silva '
reporter '
| Evelyn Souther, reporter Mary Mayfield, reporter '
Last Sunday at 8 a.m. the .. ::,. :.,. ,
pastor motored to Ocala, boys and men of the church .
., on Monday for the Board Practice has begun for our received their Annual Advent fl)\ .,'t JI ',
tina, which was held on annual Christmas exercises. We .\ S

-.sday. We hope he had a .are asking all of the youth of Gibson Corporate was Communion.the celebrant Father ;.': .:. ", .

trip. our church to come out and and also delivered the annual .. .c.- .._...:. '..........:.:..._ SrlfealA" r
e church's anniversary take a part in making this the message. Immediately following _
be Sunday, Dec. 9 at 3 greatest 'Christmas exercise the service breakfastwas MRS.MARY FRANCES WHITE
We are asking all for your eVer Practice will be held enioved- by those attend- Active member of New al
peration. Mondays and Thursdays from ing. Providence Missionary Bap-
[Rev. McNeal of California 4:00 to 5:30 p.m. Sister Ber- During the week Father tist Church; area chairman of
1 deliver the message Sundaythe nice Kerson is director, and Gibson, as usual was a busy Don trbn Day for Fla. Memorial '
11 a.m. service. The Sister Mary Mayfield is assis- individual. Besides spreading College; consultant of the IAITMANCOLOIt_$COPa LULJJ

lie is invited. tant director.Let Thanksgiving to membersof Baptist women's Council. BARBARA STEM/JOHN. NARLSEN/MEIWEIIES. '.,..MAUREEN BROWN/GIN MARTi
I We are asking for your his congregation he gave
yers for our pastor, thek us continue in prayer the welcome address to mem-
and shut-ins, bereaved for our sick and shut-in members -bers of the Methodist Con- I

ilies and those in the armed Church ference held and at St. also Paul AME ...........................
was guest
Visitors always This is the season of Thanksgiving
speaker. at the second Baptist
ICOlne. and cheer. Let each of Church Tea in Richmond- -___-__t..r.-jF i; .l!_:;:.. .. .1'.I .', ',..,.....
ST. us make ourselves a committee -Heights on Sunday. I .J... l.' WI ---wp::=& 4T.t "I,
of one to bring a bit of Winners in the clock con- : TAKE-OUT Dining
T. C. Kelley Jr., pastor cheer and sunshine into the test held Sunday were J. : ,

Mary Rawls, reporter lives of those who are less Knapp, first prize; Mrs. Pearl I I

[The 76th Annual Conferencech fortunate than we. Stirrup, Mrs. Antionette i(I ; I
Lowe, David White, Maxie I ';,". ': r
convened at our church, Please be sure to make your : .:
V. Smith and George Walker, second '" ......
22-27, was most enjoyedall contribution to our Christmas .. .
and third prizes. I
persons who attended. Baskets that they might be .
Get well wishes to Mr. I.
are very delighted to have given to some families who .
Richard Knight, and sincere
I beloved pastor the are in need. sal .
Rev. sympathy to the family of the .teriw
I C. Kelley Jr. and his won- late David Clarke. I r::

jful family returned to us
I another year. fo :: r ; t
Many our ...
yers were answered. TEMPLEThe .
:: I
Congratulations Perrine I II'' I I
to oursplenBoy .
Lord's Supper will be Rev. W. C. Edcar, pastor r t .
scout Troop No. 35 ..
administered during the morn Ella B. Long, reporter
coming in third at their ing services on Sunday. Thisis
|ual ,show Nov. 12. Their the last time for the present Last Sunday's serviceswere
he: "Frontier Days." year, and all the faithful are highly enjoyed by all in CuCKEHTOWBu.u
Remember attendance. The women's
those who are |
urged to participate.
fortunate chorus, junior and teenage
Ji than
we and .
say Choir No. 1 will sponsor a
choirs rendered service.
Ipecial r Plan prayer for them. tea at the church on Sunday Deacon Joseph song Bryant and ) NW 55tft Street & 7th Avm
[ now to
attend church
afternoon, Dec. 11. A spicy Mrs. Ida Cooper are out of i _

fday day in for the it month.is Our the pas-first the program occasion.is being prepared for for the the hospital.sick and Continue shut-ins.to pray N.W. 69th St. & 15th Avenue

has prepared a wonderful i
sage for us.JODVYILL Under the leadership of ST. JOHN AME

Director R. Hepburn, the singing SOUTH MIAMI ,, SHRIMP
groups are being whi Aped in. Rev. W. A. Curry, pastorWe f\S
MISSIONARY to shape to render special IRON:
greet our newly appointed BAR-B-QUE
BAPTISTv. music during the Christmas pastor, Rev. W. A. Curry \ ;i /vi

season. Every member is re- during the Sunday School beginning C @. J? } '
T. R. Harrison, Minister quested to attend all rehearsals at 9:30- '

I Eddie Smart, Reporter Holy Communion will be ':

(Another historical event in administered at both the Classic ,tJ.tI '

I.church's activities on last morning and evening services.

ZION HOPESis. Tuesday night is regular
[ Shirley Leath has been meeting. ;
ped to our musical staff, a E. Jackson, reporter Friends are also invited to CHICKEN L
|y talented young lady and Rev. P. Freeman, pastor
1. _UI, come out and greet the new
vigor. Two young meets All parents are urged to

hool added were Wanda to the Scott Sunday and send their children out on i pastor._____ SANDWICH

rley Leath. Wednesday evening at 4:30 BAHA'IS ASSEMBLYThe
\1rs. for Christmas practice.The Lettuce Tomato
Stirrup, the mother of Miami Baha'is have ,
ther Uddie Smart was a morn- pastor is asking everyone their Sunday evenin
guest.. to please attend their discussion group, to be held 8 FREE DRINK with above
[The youth weekly meetings, and to please
were happy from p.m. at the home of Miss Ida
I" privilege to serve the attend prayer meeting on Tues- Solomon, 137 NW 11th Ave., 4
This/ / Offer good fri. Sat. Sun. Dec. 2 3
Hits with a full course turkey day night at 8 p.m. He is also each week. All' are welcometo ,
nero Visitors: Rev. B. L. asking everyone to pray for the come and enjoy a discussion -

fner, Bro. Lonnie Branch and sick. and shut-in. on some phase religion. ', I TId'
|ter Mack. We are extending a warm wel- Bring your questions and en- r
[Rev. R. Hutchson was guest come to all of our wonderful joy a friendly evening of fel- i

J'ilter Sunday evening., .1 visiting friends. li.w.hinrI .
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*-i -' -6y Welter 80w. --I 'e :
Dorothy Coope, Miss Commerce,recently, becausethe ':.1 :i :' : '(
of the Bahamas ,
Jaycee returned president, Samuel Wilk- The Women' Interest "
Nov. 18 from Eng- inson, "was difficult to get Club of West Hollywood thanks ,
land where she partidpated along with," theysald.1'he1r the clubs and friends who
in the "Miss World's" resignations accepted helped make their dance a
beauty contest. There were success last Sunday.
at a meeting at which the
entrants from 40 countries. vote in favor of Wilkinson's
The VFW Post No.
Cooper was given a
leadership was 427. The 4 at 6
welcome onherretum. meets Sunday, Dec. I I"i
men are 4o be replaced by p.m. All members, please be
others. present and on time.
Charles Gladstone 0 I

Brown, a native of Hatchet Geofrey Reckley, nine- The Star Light Lodge No. v.
Bay, Eleuthera, died suddenly month-old son of Nathalie 542 meets Friday night, Dec. ,
in a New York hospitalon Gaitor, was found head 2 at the Masonic Hall on 'ir'r '
Nov. 11 at the age of 59. down in a small tub of water Pembroke Road, West Holly- w ; ..' '$
wood. : f IL '. r
He is survived by his wife in his mother's home In I
and a daughter; six brothers Meadows Street on Nov. 8. --
Dr. H. W. Brown, Rattlers' fans up West 3 t 1
Police believe that the child, r
,"Oo "
Hollywood way say +
Messrs. G. Brown, J. V. "
who was sleeping In bed get 'em, Rattlers. We are with t'1L' ,.. ,;,: '
Brown, W. B. Brown, K. when his older sister went out :
Brown and another in theU.

.S.; four sisters, Mrs. Alma into to get a tub another that was brother near, fell the An after-classic party -'., ---_..._-_._._..._.- .

Hutchinson at Eleuthera; bed and drowned. will be at VFW Post No. 8192 FAMMMMMUUUUUI And Cora White, co-captain of Florida A&M University

Mrs. Rhora Hutchinson, 0 Saturday night, Dec. 2. You cheering squad takes to the air for a team yell. The daughter of Mrs. Corinne White,

Mrs.Mrs. Elizabeth Cecilia Johnson Bethel -and all Naomi Jones, 27, of Carmichael are invited. 245 NW 14th St., will be seen in action Dec. 3 at the Rattlers Alabama ASM Orange

of whom live in Florida. in Road traffic, was accident fatally The pastor, officers and Blossom Classic football game in the Orange Bowl in Miami. She is a sophomore
0 Injured a members of Central Baptist ,and a physical education major./
The torpedo that was when she was knocked down Church, West Hollywood, Jacqueline Boone of Qpa-locka, a junior and psychology major ;is captain; of
Nov. 6 truck driven
washed up on the beach at Emerson by a Rolle. She died by wish who to helped thank to all their make friends their FAMU cheerleaders. She Is the daughter of Mrs. Dora Boone, 1880 NW 157th St.

northern Acklins was de- about three hours after ad- Men's Day a success last

dared Butler"harmless.of Snug" Corner Arlington ,- garet mittance Hospital.to Princess The woman Mar- Sunday. AIC UN Newsman Is Coaches

Acklins, but now lives In (
was seven months pregnant, I
Nassau, made the discoveryin but there was no sign of

vacation.September An while American on his pital life from spokesman the baby said., a hos- /Mays PlaysGainesville t t and Players Dinner Speaker

naval officer said the 12- .
Mal Goode, ABC News staff
foot object is "an experimental -, Fire at Hobby Horse Hall correspondent at the United 1

type dummy practice race course two weeks, ago Nations, will be the guest
torpedo used by the U.S. caused $10,000 in damagesto speaker for the fifth annual ;'

Navy. the clubhouse. It is believed ,Coaches and Players Dinner to M. '1A M
that the early morning be held here at the Seville
Daniel Pinder, 23, was fire was planned. The police For Title' ,Hotel as part of the 34th ,annual
sent to prison for one yearon are investigating. ElGIFFORD Orange Blossom Classicand
Nov. 12 by Chief Magistrate Festival Committee activi-
Maxwell Thompson, Dade County may havea
Nurse Florence Wood, William
for causing the death of 10- 68 of state high school football -, The annual dinner is spon-
Gregory Town, Eleu- champion after' all. .Mays "Chicken Shack" Wilson, former
year-old Geofrey Holoweskoby thera, died Nov. 2 at Frandl Gainesville Lincoln Florida A&M University sored by the Royal Crown
(10-0)) plays -
driving at a dangerous Delafield Hospital in New ((7-1) Friday night at halfback, was recently named Cola Co. of Columbus, Ga., for
speed. Pinder's attomeysaldhe York City. The body was Gainesville for the state.coach. of the week by TODAY, the coaches, players, and of-
would the convic-
appeal flown to Nassau for the fu- title. daily newspaper serving the ficials of the two institutions I
tion. Negro
neral. Nurse Wood is sur- of the Cape Kennedy area. playing in the Orange Blossom
0 Mays champion
vived by a brother, Maurice The Cocoa newspaper named Classic. The Alabama A&M
Eight board of directors Big Nine South Conference, I ''College Bulldogs of Normal,
Wood, and one sister, Mrs. Wilson, who is head football
members resigned from the Sarah Cartwright. meets the Big Nine North coach at Oifford High School, Ala., are the opponents for the ;
hamp in the Rams'first crackat ..
Nassau Junior Chamber of coach of the week because of.FAMU Rattlers this year. --
a state championship.The his ability to turn a losing The guest speakers have included He worked for several news
Rams finished an un- team into a winning i one. such famous athletes as papers and other publications
beaten regular season Fri- A 1959 graduate of Florida Eddie Bell, Buddy Young, Joe prior to his joining ABC.
COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE day with a 28-21 victoryover A&M, this is Wilson's first Perry, and now the broadcasting Goode is a member of Alpha
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STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER "That game," said Coach assistant at Quincy where he Ooode Is a native of White Delta Chi Journalistic Frater-
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Baring with......., Morgan State Plays Looking the

r.BY Westchester in SPORTSWORLD .

HARRY SPEAR Tangerine BowlMorgan

Baltimore, and West Chester In 1964 the National Collegiate -
Dolphins were a 14-point underdog when they. State College (Pa.) who will Athletic Association
ayed the Boston Patriots last Sunday and wound up, meet in the 2 lit annual Tan- contracted to have the Tan- RATING PUTS TEAMS IN NATIONAL
[th a final score 20-14, in favor of the Patriots. Thiss gerine Bowl in Orlando, De- gerine Bowl as a playoffsite
no disgrace. Sporting news rates the team highl cember 10, are no strangersto for the Atlantic Coast SPOTLIGHTNotre
[though they have won only two games. Last Sundays each other. College Division Football Dame is No. 1; Michigan State is No. 2 all a -
a very exciting game, action all the way through. For the past three years, Championship.This matter r of (opinion which you pick; but the opinion is
of fans that to the colleges have vied In in- will be the first visit ',
te number spoke were well satisfied. most 'conclusive 'as to 'whether a first rated football
icy tried their hardest till the last seconds of the tercollegiate wrestling. West of both teams to the Tan- game is the result of the clash between these two great
Chester has won twice, Mor- gerine BowL However,Mor-
me. There were some plays made. The football squads.
olphins played their best game this year although theyst. gan The once.Tangerine Bowl Clas- gan Blossom played Classic hi the Miami Orange The question of the validity of the poll rating.

After the game, I visited the dressing room, and sic Is a 100 per cent charity Fla., In 1962 losing, to Flor-, has long been the topic of controversial discussion,
ticed Coach George Wilson Sr. Praising and patting game, which means there are ida A. and M. 30-7 but got since the selections of the pools are done by an elite
,e players on the back for the hard crucial game they no paid promoters. It is revenge In 1965 by beating group of sports writers who for the most part are betterat
|ayed George hates to lose a game, especially this sponsored by the TangerineBowl Florida A. and M. 36-7 be- their profession of writing sports, and are guided
ne where they plaed so hard. Dick Wood played an Commission and members fore 35,638 fans. mainly by the statistic sheet.A .
utstanding game as quarterback. This week they play of the Orlando Elks Morgan State (70)couldannex true rating is almost impossible since it is
tie Denver Broncos. The Broncos were the first team Lodge 1079. It Is nationally its second CIAA physically impossible for any writer to observe both
hey won from this year and I look for a repeat. The known as"The Bowl with the Championship by beating teams action against an opponent under the same con-
(ame will be televised on WCKT, Channel 7 at 3 p.m. Big Heart." Virginia State in Petersburg ditions, except for the one time they are opposing
IOD will broadcast at 2:45 p.m. Thanksgiving. The Baltimore each other; when this did occur they were not too cer-
Beneficiaries of the game team carries a'16-game tain who was ONE or who was TWO.
BATTLERS TOP TEXAS SOUTHERN 41-12 are the Harry-Anna Crippled winning streak to date. West The fact remains that poll rating is a great necessity -
Children's Hospital and the Chester(8-2) closed Its season to college football; there is no doubt that the fervor
Florida- A&M. Quarterback Elrov Moran completed 11f Ecdesjon-Callahan Hospital last Saturday.George that has been stirred up by the poll. rating resulted in

21 passes and n-t-ouc-hdwn;; saturdayight as heed ---- .. ..' the great interest and attention that was focused on the
the Rattlers to a 41-12 victory over Texas Southern. .. Notre Dame-Michigan State game; but the poll rating
End John Eason was on the receiving end of five 1'11. these two great teams might have gone only have no-
of Moran's aerials, including the touchdown pass. The ticed.
attlers defensive unit accounted for three touchdowns.
Florida dominated the statistics as well as the ., .' FAMU OUT TO FINISH SEASON WITH FLOUHM
[ amassing 180 yards rushing, and 168 in the air. .', ", '
score, i .\\t... 1 '.('" r I The beginning of the end of a great end exciting
of the "
Eason was credited with 98 yards passing yard- .. '" '
[( ., ..,: '...(:j''I :.' ;.111'_ i football season will be reeled off Saturday night when

age.Southern's John Douglas was harassed constantly !. the FAMU Rattlers will host the Alabama A&M Bull-
in the Bowl.FAMU's .
I by the fierce Rattler defensive line and was unable to dogs Orange
regular of 6-3 will have
season no bearingon
( until late in the third when the /
complete a pass quarter
how in this classic
they perform everything
r r w game;
I had entered the next
A&M reserves game. in the book is usually stacked on this game; so they
I will be out with high stakes with high performance.G .

Jackson and Norland will battle in the Gold Coast
( Conference playoff Friday at Junior College Stadium.A G ASSOCIATION HOLDS TOURNEYThe

decision by Floyd Lay, executive secretary of Grove Golfers Association seizing the oppor-
' the Florida High school Activities, not to allow South- .."" tunity to invite all golfers who will be in our town for
' west and Key West to replay an Oct. 21 rained-out game ; '*'. the Orange Blossom Classic to join them in their se-
cost Jackson a place in the state playoffs. ". cond "Go For Yourself Tournament" to be held the
The Generals, a victory shy of Lauderdale in op- morning of the ,Classic, December 3, at 8 a.m. at the
ponent's victories, lost out despite tying for the region ..- Lejeune Golf Course.
lead. Lauderdale clinched the berth with a 21-0 victoryover The Callaway System of Handicapping will be used
South Broward.And | to determine handicaps since this will be an 18-hole
Jackson's 26-0 victory over Key West Wednes- tournament.
day coupled with Edison's 7-7 tie with Miami High Lejeune has recently had its face lifted and came
gave the Generals the GCC Southern Division playoff up with a much tougher par for the, average golfer.
bid. Many prizes will be in the offering and the Associa
Norland got the Northern Division spot when Lauderdale .1IiI tion will be doing their best to add to your Classic fun.
.the Northern leader- won the 4-AA title and the All you have to do is "Go For Yourself."
right to represent-So th Florida in the state playoffs. B. Nod, 197-pounJ halfback from Morgan
State College will lead the Bears in their integrated EXCELSIOR LEAGUE TENTH WEEK STANDINGS
BULLS AND TORNADOES IN SCORELESS TIE clash with the Westchester, pa. State College at Orion-
will be the NCAA Atlan- TEAM WIN LOST PINS
do Saturday. The winner
Booker T. Washington scheduled to phase out as a next
high school next year,. finished out its football program tic Coast champion. Westchester has won eight of its The Olympics 24 16 24962
with a scoreless tie against Northwestern at the Miami JO games while Morgan is undefeated hi seven games. Hagan & Fonda No. 1 23 17 26510

Stadium Thanksgiving night. The Five Summersetts 22 18 25366
Walter Crocket attempted a field goal in the final FIVE NEGRO STARS NAMED TO Yale Organ Cobras 22 18 25200
three minutes from the 15 yard line but his kick went LOOK ALL AMERICA TEAM Packer Pontiac 22 18 24241

wide, spoiling the hopes for a Booker T. victory. His Five Negro college football stars were named today 9 to 9 TV Drive In 22 18 24075
attempt came after Booker T. drove to the two yard lire to the 22-man Look Magazine All America team se- Bowlers Pro Shop 21 19 26379
but couldn't score.In lected by the Football Writers Association of America. Cloverleaf Sport Shop 20 20 25356
the second Northwestern drove to the New Frontier 20 20 25043
quarter, Those chosen were: Charles "Bubba" Smith and
Booker T. 14, before a ground attack ran out of steam.It George Webster, Michigan State; Alan Page, Notre Metzers pro Shop 19 21 25194
was the only serious scoring threat by Northwestern.It Dame; Mel Fjrr, UCLA and Ray Pryor, Ohio State. Tuckers Famous Foods 19 21 24023
was the final game of the season for both teams. The All America squad is announced in the current Hagan & Fonda No. 2 18 22 24455
Booker T. which was favored to win finished the sea- issue of Look. For the first time in two decades, sepa- Bowe's Barber Shop 18 22 23079

son with an 8-1-1 record, while Northwestern had a 7-2-1. rate offensive and defensive. units_ were chosen.. Thompson's Texaco 18 22 24515
Smith, a 6-foot, 7-irfch, 285-pound defensive end, Metropolitan Cleaners 17 23 24099
TOP 10 NATIONALLY RANKED TEAMS is one of the biggest and fastest lineman in Sparta LEO'S SPORT WORLD 15 25 22955

1. Tennessee history. Webster is the rover or "Okie Monster"in
2. State (8-0) the MSU secondary. back High Team Game: Bowler's Pro Shop, 1073; New

3. Southern Morgan State University(9-0) (7-2-1) Page, who was named to the other defensive end Frontier, 1071; The Five Summersetts, 1034.

4. South Carolina State post on the honor team, anchored the powerful Fighting
5. (8-1) I rish line. High Team 3-Game: Bowler's Pro Shop, 3012; New
6. Grambling College (6-2-1) Running back Farr was cited for his breakaway Frontier, 2930; The Olympics, 2917.
Maryland State (8-2)
7. Florida ability, savage blocking and game-making pass recep-
8. A&M (7-3) tion talent. Pryor, a pre-med student who centered for High Individual Game: Eddie Way, 263;Dave Boone,
9. Jackson Kentucky State State(5-3-1)(8-2) the Buckeyes on offense and filled in as middle guardon 261; Billy Johnson, 261.

0. Prairie defense, was acclaimed for his versatility.
View (64)LSU Loyd (cq) Phillips, Arkansas' 241-pound defensive High Individual( 3-Game: Willie L. Wrigfit, 683 ;
TO RECRUIT NEGRO ATHLETESBaton tackle, was named by the FWAA to receive the Outland Johnny Harvey, 664; Eddie Way 661.
basketball coach Trophy as the best interior lineman in the country.
Rouge Louisiana State to recruit Florida quarterback Steve Spurrier is the only Top Twelve Averagers: James Thomas, 191; WillieL.
he plans
.Press Maravich said last Tuesday holdover from the 1965 Look All America Team. To Robinson, 183; Tommy Jackson, 182; Willie Nicholson -
Maravich athletes, next who took vear.over as head coach this year, win the honor, Spurrier had to beat out marksmen like 181; Oswald Smith, 180; Eddie Way, 180; Dave
said he has his two or three outstanding Negro Gary Beban of UCLA ,and Bob Griese of Purdue. ,Boone, 179; Frank Southward 177; Henry Newbold, 176;
eye Alvoid James 176; James Mitchum, 176; Johnny Harvey,
high school athletes in the state. JUDO TOURNAMENT SUNDAY 176.

"We are after one in particular," Maravich athlete.We told a. 200 youngsters from 6 to 17 will participate in the .
newsman. "He's a good student. and topnotch South Florida Regional Judo Tournament, Dec. 4th, 12
hope we can land him." Sylvester, noon at McArthur Jr.High School gymnasium,Hollywood.
The reference apparently was to Harold Seven Florida colleges will also be representedand Subscribe to the
a star at St. Augustine High in New Orleans. the winner of this special adult division becomes

GAITHER AND ASHFORD AT TOUCHDOWN CLUB the 1966 Florida State College Judo Champion. Dade Jr.

coach, will be College has a particularly strong team this year, ac- Miami Times
Jack Gaither, veteran Florida A&M Williams Black Belt
cording to Jack (3rd degree ), ac-
guest speaker,at the Miami Touchdown Club Frida'noonat ting tournament director.

Miami Springs Villas. Cities represented will be Boca Raton, Deerfield $5 a yearLPHINS
Ashford, first
Another be F.mmett
attraction will Lauderdale Hollywood Coral
Beach Fort ,
Negro umpire in the big.leagues. Members of the famed Gables and Miami. .
Rattler band.will entertain .in._a special combo. -

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18 THE M' TIMES Friday. December 2. 1966

F Count 'PTA To Discuss Secret Organizations

Is session will be Mrs. Martin For Sale
The constant students who are membersof Mrs. Florence Cittadino
M problem for the Rubinstein, Dade County
non-approved or secret chairman
schools have with program
;. proved or secret organizations non-ap-- organizations !should be sub- County PTA.Presiding at the ,PTA president. 'j ,. 221 NW 50 ,STREET
to which: junior and ject to legal penalties."
senior high school students .
belong will be the topic for $450 DOWN FHA
discussion at the meeting of BEAUTIFUL CBS SOUTH MIAMI BEAUTY WHAT DO YOU NEED $116.15 PER MO. PAYS:
the Dade County Council I Bargain I Bargain! PRINCIPAL, INTEREST
Parent-Teacher Associationsfor 4750 NW 15th AvenueNo Bargain FHA Home?
$450 down, 1 Mtg. Only TAXES & INSURANCE
Wednesday, December 7 qualifying or loan Apt. House?
at 10- a.m. at the William cost. Take over existing Home with Income? Duplex, one bedroom each, plus Fla room. You
Jennings Bryan elementary FHA mortgage.$89 per no. ? can open the door between and easily convert
school, 1200 N.E. 125 St., pays all. 6401 I SW 63rd COURT Office Building this to a 3 bedroom 2 bath home with Flo room.
Miami ********** CBS, 3 bedrooms Clean! Business Club? ? CBS, oak floors and tile roof. Shown by appointment

3 BEDROOM CBS Beautiful corner,'V acre lot Church? only.

Titled" "From Alpha to Vacant. Move in for Christ $1000 worth of extras free Land to Build? CARL K. BOYER, REALTOR
Omega, the program will Lovely' corner 18th Ave. & You Must see thlsl! 945-6543
feature a debate among students SEE: -
from Southwest High 83rd St. .
MR. .MARVIN.Nltes -
School, members of the Debate **********
Club there. Mr. JamesR. Nice vacant lots can be & Sunday 235-2748 WEEKS & WEEKS

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practice on the resolution:
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IN' BEFORE CHRISTMAS, 3 BED- ((1)) 1244 NW 37th St. $300 down. $78 mo. total Monthly include
$11,650 price. payments -
ROOM, CBS, LIKE NEW. $68 PER MONTH 2 bedroom, CBS home, Fla room. taxes and insurance. Jalousied win

PAYS ALL. CALL: dows. Carporte, seller will pay closing
((2)) 3700 NW 11th Ave. -1 bedroom Duplex.

Harry Denny Realtor ((3)) 2192 NW92nd St. Duplex, live rent free. Herbert costs. Lee Simon, Realtor

'Tip Top Realty 947-7111 ((4)) 2025 NW 91st St. Duplex. $350 down. 633-2663

((5)) 1821 NW 53rd Terr.$600 down. $30 wk.

((6)) 660 NW 46th .St. 3 bedroom, $89month.

Area All Sizes ((7)) 235 NW 48th St. $200 down, $76 month. LftebeSTDUV$J

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ANYONE CAN BUY' ((8)) 775 NW 96th ,St. Duplex., $500 down.

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((9)) 1534 NW 44th St. $100 down, $22 wk.

910 SEYBOLD BUILDING Freshly decorated CBS, Fla room, owning win
((10)) 3098 NW 56th St. $3500. All cash
371-0226 Jaws, awnings, new roof, large yard. Near
total price.\.,. I everything! Price only $10,000 FHA with $300
down, $62.22 Month and owner pays all closing
l ((11)) 4112 NW 11th Ct. $35 m) total price. costs.
C All cash.

FOR ONLY ((12)) 774 NW 70th St. 4 bedroom, CBS' 5 bedrooms (wash bowl in each, room), 2 bedrooms,
YOU home. $400 down, $27.50 week. stove, refrig., no red tape! Price only $8,500
$100( DOWN 3 & 4 'BEDROOM, CBS, LIKE with $350 down Old $85 !month. Good location,
NEW. MOVE IN BEFORE CHRISTMAS. ATTENTION VETERANS. one block from NW 79th St. Move right in.HERE'S .


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g 10 NW 2nd-Coert- 42d'ws awnings, Fla room, large kitchen, modern appliances -
Tip Top Realty ; kiddies pool. This is a large house with
all large rooms-on 2 lots. Price $16,000, $600
down, $98 month. Seller pays all costs!
?test. ]:iR 'Tyr.r: : ,l; 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635.4595
Ivy ;
m : Tile roof, awning windwos, fenced yard, patio,
awnings. Near buses, schools, shopping. FHA
price is $15,500 with $500 down and $100 mo.
3 BEDROOM CBS BEAUTY. Large lot, appli. This is a luxury home in a fine neighborhood.
ances, $250 down, $75 month pays all.$10,000

3 BEDROOM CBS BEAUTY. Furnished, jalousie FONTANA REAL ESTATEONLY Front house has 2 bedroom*, 2 baths, jalousie -
porch, dining room, Bar-B-0 and patio. $400 windows, built-in kitchen, like new appliances
down, $12,500 FHA. THE FINEST PROPERTIES rear house Is same with one bathroom.
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Fenced wall to wall carpeting, air conditioners .
BEAUTIFUL 2 BEDROOM CBS Fla. room, 1340 NW 88 ST. CENTRAL AIR CONDITION FHA price $16,500, $600 down and $99 month.
porch, garage, appliances, air cond. Extras. 3 full bedrooms, 2 full tile baths. Truly differentin
$450 down. $14,200 FHA. design. Built-in hood fan and
oven, range,
dish washer. .Ook' floors, garage, liberal terms,
$360 DOWN. $78 MONTH. Large 2 bedroom CBS No qualifying. $22,500 total. Large bedroom Spanish style CBS,freshly painted -
screened porch, carport. Terrazzo floors. $12,500 inside and out at 3221 NW 10th Ct., near
FHA. 284 NW 58 STREET $7500 TOTAL school, bus, stores. Price only $10,500, $500
2 large apt. on full lot, need some painting and down and $100 month pays all.
$&,_ ALL CASH, 2 BEDROOM CBS Comer. repairs. Low down payment, low monthly
Enclosed porch, dining room, 2 car-garage. arranged., Near school, buses and shops.payments OWNER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

Allapattah area. Luxurious corner CBS, flat tile roof, Fla room,

FREE. Duplex, CBS beauty, 1 bedroom 141 NW 50 STREET $11,900 garage, awnings, large fenced yard, gas heat. A
better home at $13,000 FHA with $400 down and
each side, dining ,room, appliances. $450 Custom built CBS, 4 bedroom, 2ft} bath. $80 month and seller pays all costs.
down. $13,500 FHA.
ROOMING HOUSE. Completely furn. extra good business location and rental Income. To
lot. 9 bedrooms, 2 baths, kitchen, dining room, Beautiful 2 bedrooms each side, screened patio,
utility room, 2-car garage. Total $17,500. Termsto settle an estate.Moke your offer with qood terms. terrazzo floors, reverse cycle air conditioners,
suit. appliances, wall I to wall carpeting. All like newl)
901 NW 44 STREET EXTRA LOT $18,000 FHA, $800 down and $107 \lonth.tifi'Ri1ilij .

WE HAVE MANY OTHERS 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 story,' corner residence, in
'$100 DOWN FOR VETS & DISPLACED PERSONS excellent area. Make your offer. $12,900 total. ;

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1240 NW 31st Street Closing Costs ': .
N.J. t "j.
Sunday 2 to 5, 2 bed- CBS modern
Open bias completely 2 bedroom, 1 bath and 1 bed- ":" "'" f"
I room, CBS, 1 bath, this is fenced yard., carporte "I.t.' "
room, 1 bath large excellent '
only $350 down, veterans' $10,000 .
In ice, $250
I, $100 down. $74 month down. lot, beautiful. See at 119 NW ,',':i1J
[ (vets ,
only or ex-way $100) $73.08per 50th .: ."\'
sl'-.Please do not dis-
( all. It's clean. A wonderful month :
pays pays all. No closing turb tenants. No "
qualifying. "
home. A. Ben- '
retiree '
costs. Biscayne Realty, Reasonable
terms. Call broker.'
|Kort. Realtor, 612 NW 60th Inc., broker, 759-8600. Martin M. Berney, 624-6983. .
|St. call anytime 7512243. ---

-- 3 Bedroom FHA, VA homes as low as
Charming Home CBS, only five years old, one $100 down. Call broker to see
3 bedroom 1
bath 830 ,NW CBS 84th, large St. Fla room, owner, very clean and neat. these beautiful refinished Postal Units To Open Dec. 3rdThe 1

I carport, utility room, this is Jalousie wind ovs, terraz..! homes. Martin M. Berney,. -

lovely. Total price F11A Is $300 floors.down$12,500$100 FHA total. broker, 624-6983. self-service postal scales indicating postage During the last two years,
$14,400, only $450 down. ( vets or ex- units in the
163rd Street plus bill and coin changerswill the Post Office Departmenthas
Veterans only $100 down. way) $95 mo. pays all. No FOR RENT and Northside Shopping be available. In addition
testing experimental
I This is a charmer. See for closing costs. Biscayne Luxury house. $27 Centers will open for business a free direct telephoneline units similar to the ones
I sure. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, Realty, Inc. Broker, 759-8600. per week. Office will
December to the Post
on 3
612 NW 60th St. Call anytime CBS, 2 bedroom, apt. $22- Postmaster assist customers in obtain opening in Dade County.
7512243. 3 BedroomNo Nice 1 bed. duplex. Apt $19. E. M. Dunlap additional Information During the last two years,

closing costs. CBS, 3 Nice 1 bed. CBS, apt. $17.50. announced today. ing the and the Post Office Departmenthas
$9,000 Total bedroom with bath and one Good 2 bed., rear house $22. The red, white and blue throughout day been testing experimental -

FHA Terms only $300 down half (almost) garage, Fla. Corner 1 bed. CBS duplex apt, self-service units will be located night. units similar to the ones
The selfservicepostalinstallations
and $70 month pays all. room(everything)ony$12,500.. $19 week. on property which was new of 100 opening in Dade County.
You can't beat it. 2 bedroom donated by the Shopping are two
$300 down ($100
vets or ex- CBS, 1 bed.
apt. $19. constructed in
being major
CBS, wonderful starter or retiree way) and $95 month pays all. 1 bed. porch plus. Centers. As part of Post "These models proved
Duplex apt. shopping centers throughoutthe
home. A. Ben-Kori
Biscayne Realty,Inc.,Broker, $19.LIBERTY. masters General LawerenceF. successful and received high
nation this at cost
Realtor, call anytime 1-2243 759-8600. O'Brien's program of ln-i year "
M RENTAL AGENCY of approximately $15,000 public acceptance
ZHomes for One 2020 NW 62nd street creased service and customer each. Each unit will have two master Dunlap said. "Thesenew

2 homes for the price of one, No Qualify 633-7809 convenience, they will provide drive-up mall boxes and a units are two of the

all CBS, front house has 2 $500 down. $83.31 per month Come into our office and we 24-hour-a-day postal special Parcel post deposit. first to be opened in this

bedroom, 1 bath, rear house, pays all. Nice CBS with will show you a good apt. service seven days a week. "This is the most economical expanded program to use
1 bedroom, 1 bathno qualifying Fla. room on huge corner lot. ----- Vending machines will offer way devised to give modern marketing and dis-

only $1.500 down, total No red tape. Quick occupancy. Brand New 2 bedroom CBS stamps postal cards, envelopes complete basic postal serv tribution techniques to Im-

price $13,500. This is a good Biscayne Realty, Inc. Broker, duplex. Nice family only. $28 and minimum In- ice." Postmaster Dunlap prove the nation's postal sys
value, a good way to live 759-8600. per week. 633-7809. Liberty surance. Letter and parcel said. tem."

rent free. Call anytime, A. ------ Rental Agency, 2020 NW 62nd
Ben-Kori, Realtor, call any- $10.500 Total .

time, 751-2243. room No closing with costs.oak floors CBS, 2 large bed- St.A nice for Women to Open House at Junior College j

room quiet lady.
5661 NW 6th Avenue kitchen. $250 down ($100 vetsor
of this 2931 NW 52nd St. Phone: lege and'th08C"'presently attending TO AND ATTENDING
East Expressway, ex-way people) $78.67 per 634-2798. WOMEN! Women's O'rganbation -
lovely 2 bedroom, 2 bath, full month pays all. Biscayne for the March on are invited to hear COLLEGE. Departmentheads

Fla room,large eat in kitchen, Realty, Inc. 7598600. Furn. large one bedroom apt. Education Now! is havingan guest-speaker Dr. Mary- will be present to answer ,

large garage, lot 75x125, this, --- Good nei&hborhod. 29 NW 52nd open house on Friday Jeanette Taylor, Dean of questions.

is a honey. Total price is Wish to seTd house, stock- St. Adults only. evening, December 2nd at 8 Student Personnel Services, Refreshments will be
$15,000, FHA terms, A. Ben-
give detailed Information on served. This will be an informative
frame P.M., at the North Campusof
two bedroom
Kon, Realtor 612 NW 60th ,
St. Call anytime 751-2243. living room, dinnette, two Room in private home, settle, Miami-Dade Junior Col- the STEP BY STEP. PRO- as well as a pleas-,

---- closing porches. $5,000 cash sober man. Quiet. Call 634- lege in the Faculty Dining CEDURES FOR MATURE ant evening for women and

1602 NW 82nd Street sale. No mortgage 1649 NW 9654. 47th St. area. Room of the Student Union WOMEN IN RETURNING their guests."FORSAIE .

FHA terms total 69th Terr. Interview Building.
price Sunday, House at 6233 NW 20th
$12,000 only $400 down, fully 1 p.m. to 5:30 pan. 6961106. Ave All women who are In-
furn. 3 terested in col- .' '' .:,.:,, T ")I''':
bedroom, 1 bath, Dec. 9. Fum. roam Tel. 633-2336 returning to : :
: .
CBS,wall to wall carpet, awn- Call after 6 ; ;
ings, this is a wonderful buy 3 lots on corner, 50x110. NW p.m. ,

and a must see. A. Ben-Kori, 52nd St. and 33rd Ave. Call Effcy for 2 adults, 739 NW FINEST \. .. '" \, ." I

Realtor, 612 NW 60th St. Call Mr. Gordon,.665-6870. TF 77th Terr. Nice clean apt. Lots 15, 16,. 17, 18. /; ,
anytime 751-2243. :'
PRINTING In, Inlet 'City, River I a., ," 'i'
2 HousesNo 59 Pontiac Bonneville. 4- Room, private home, 1081 NW 'I ,- '. ,,',
door 61st st. Call after 4:30 p.m. Westpolm Beoch \
power steering, power )
qualifying, only $1,500 brakes, air cond. $245. UN SERVICE ...... :
has down 2 for this beauty, front 6-8505 after 4 p.m. 1990 Bay 2 bedroom, fum. apt. including ,/ ,' .Consult. H..E., S.. Reeves .:. :!
bedrooms, 2 baths, 40 Drive water and $15 wk. ., .
Miami gas
Beach. per ,; tl'.t.
c/o The Miami ,"
ft. !
living : ?, Times'
room, all modem, 5035 NW 5th Ave. ,. ., :
only 6 years old, house in $100 Down t ft.;" 6140NW'iSth-4yenue' : .,.,

rear beauty, ,one total bedroom bath Move in before Christmas 3 2 bedroom house, Fla room, Miami, lorida, ,..1-,;
see this for price $18.000, bedroom, CBS, I like new, $68 partly fume $27 JO wk. 2430 'f. ', : '. .,
sure. A. Ben- per mo. Pays all. Call Harry NW 44th St. Dixie Rental : -
Kon. Realtor, 612 NW 60thSt. Denny Realtor, 9477111. Agency, 3203 NW 17th Ave. ;:Mhmi Tines
anytime 751-2243. 633-2429. .
Top Realty. '*: '
;;* :

Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Why Pay Rent rot at raw rwrriw. REEDS..

duplex can be used for professional You can own your home for 1 bedroom fume or unfurn. .:'" .... ;.; it. EDISON
service also abeauty only $100 down. 3 & 4 bed- $12 to $20 week. 1761 NW 43rdt. I
salon, equipped. P. 0. room CBS, like new. From $68 118 NW 45th St. 6837 NW Cell 691-0421() !
Box 623 .
Miami Allapattah Station, mo. pays .all. Move in before 6th Ave.,Dixie Rental Agency, ii.. ":;,:.. ,

------r--, T. L. Newton. Christmas. Call Harry Denny, 3203 NW 17th Ave. 6332429. OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY

Realtor, 947-7111.
CBS 1 bedroom duplex. $18 to $23
2 bedroom 11bath each side, 141 NW 50th $17,900 weekly. 4113 NW 23rd Ave. EAST COAST TAILORS 4100 NW l ht AVENUENO

large kitchen and living room. Custom-built CBS, 4 bedroom, 1800 NW 79th St. 1595 NW Headquarters for the
Live' rent free. $1000 own- 2Vi bath, opposite school. 51st St. Dixie Rental Agency, QUALIFYING
4801-03 NW 19th Ave. Call 3203 NW 17th Ave. 6332429.7th Well Dressed Man Beautiful large CBS, 3 bedroom, 2 bath home, garage *
MI. Wright 624-4874 or 751- 3 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS' Alterations andR.mod.llng tile roof, sprinkler system. On corner.
9708 total price 11000. $350 down. Ave. Apts. Adults only. Must be sold.
$63 per mo. Call for appoint $70 pays gas, water, partly FAST SERVICE

Home by owner, CBS, 2 bed- ment. Universal Real Estate, fum. $140 in advance. 377- Shouldn't your tailor b.
room, large Fla. room. See tc.i 751-8648. 3870. EAST COAST DRIVE BY THESE, THEN CALL EDISON

appreciate. 757-6507. Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath WANTEDMale. 717 NW 62 ST. ((1)) 7611 NW 6th Ct.No qualifying. Large 3 bedroom -

Weeks Best Buy! Fla room, CBS home, totalprice HELP PL 8-3901 hone with cottage_ in rear, carport. Hear
NW $14,500, $200 down. Real estate Broker or school and transportation. Snail down payment.
$5,5006 cuff whll. wall
estate 751- salesman to sell undeveloped you
cash, settlement Universal Real Estate, : '
partly fum. A real good 8648. speculative south Fla. Acres anytime Newly painted inside.
buy. Weeks & Weeks extremely liberal. Commission. -
,754-8881. ----
Beautiful. 9351 NW 14th Reply P. O. Box 2851 Ocean- ((2)) 835 NW 84th St. $300 down FHA. CBS,

Weeks Best Buy! Avenue. Open sunday. 2 bed- view Branch,Miami, Fla.33140.. r HELP HELP HELP terrazzo floors, carport.

6005 NW 5th Court room, CBS, extra large lot.

with comer ultra modern FHA 13200. $400 down, $80 Male- meat cutter, counter man. REV. ROOSEVELT ((3)) 3728 NW 19th Au CBS Duplex. 2 bedroom .
largo separateapts. Real
term.. $450 FHA tate per 751-8648.mo. Universal Es- Top wages. APPly' at once! FRANKLINof each side, central heat and air condition.
Weeks &
Weeks, 7548881. Southern Farm Supermarket, Macon, Ga. $16,500 no qualifying.
582 NW 20th Street.CHILDCARE.
B* qualifying. No qualifying. DIVINESPIRITUAL

Weeks Best Buy! 2 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, large .FRtosamanytruly (4)) 438 N'N 59th St. 4 furn. CBS units $16,000
755 NW 83rd Terrace lot, excellent location, near JIEAE total and $3,000 down.
Estate' settlement! bedroom Northside Shopping zoned for Will take very good cars, of any people s

Plus den, CBS, large yard, duplex. Reasonable down child in my home. 759- problems.
tile roof,. hardwood HOOTS, payment and monthly paymentsto your 8335. success cwne YOI/PS ((5)) 60NW 42nd St.- duplex.$450 down FHA
partly brokerright now: See or write me today. I each side floors.
fume Buyer arranges see call for 2 bedrooms terrazzo
have a message
Own 6246983.No .
financing from Bank. Martin M. Berney, every troubled soul. Last
Worth I13-000- buy to SECRET PRAYER week many, many peoplewere
Weeks$9,000. your banker today. qualifying. No qualifying. FORMULA CHART I IPichyo helped by my special WE HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES,

& Weeks, 754-8881. Southwest section,3 bedroom, physical t.mpl. of elected Bible i reading, FHA TERMS OR NO QUALI FYING.
1 bath, CBS, beautiful in excellent to be read on Special Day.
2 fur coats, like mint, prac- condition. See at Iht Diving formula Mother chart., Inc. ...cre'pr.y.r If you want to be delivered YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR

tically new. Paid $300 for 6345 SW 62nd Ave. Low down quickly. Send SI.00 and $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
each and monthly payments.Call My prayers ore being sent out stamped,
one. payment
Belt I" $50
A 739 NW 77th Terrace. broker right now: MartinM. and blessings or* coming 'In. nvelope to DISPLACEDAND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY.

home alt day Saturday Bemey, 624-6983. Send for Fr.. Dolly Blessing.' REV. ROOSEVELT
and How to g.t what want
Sunday. cane in. you FRANKLIN
-- bedroom 2 bath, CBS, large through this af
3 new way 630 MORROW AVE.Macon.Ga..PhoneSH EDISON REALTY Realtors
2555 NW Fla room, closed garage grayer. Moll self-oddreited. '-64'" ,
$S9 Street large lot, beautifulexcellentlocation envelope to R... C. Forays, You will get these
per for your mo< 3 babies bedroom, freshly, fenCed near Call shopping Broker, P. 0. Box 56, St. Albans, SPECIAL: SELtUO: HIBLC 175 N.W. 62nd St 7512441IS
painted buses, schools. I I N. Y. 11412. VERSES 'tJo1I'''V MAIL
floors new windows, and right now. Martin M. Berney,
Owner 373-3304. 624-6983. I

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20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 2, 1966

: iGouIds:i lmiii..ti1! the where started wrong they demanding,way.wouldmoveU'themillionaire I asked things them in IB/ Releases/ $250

; landlord who
,., ':;'
: / { .1t owned, the buildings decidedto Million' for Mortages
i dose them. :
1 11UIL OfficialA 1\"f.t: "They told me they'd haveno -
( $22,500 in Hawaii, Alaska
i = place to move becausethey're The release of $250 million -
and Guam, Weaver said.
just farm workers in special mortgage
/ local anti-povertyleader "He criticized the antipoverty worth of housing if all you and have no ,place else to funds was ordered by Pres- "The $250 million is expected -
t on Tuesday charged a Gov. program and told the can afford Is $10," he said. live," Lockhart said. ident Johnson Monday to to stimulate activityin
t. Burns' ,appointed antipoverty people to depend on him to The residents had been push the lagging construction home building," the department
employewho I is a mem- get improvements. After, a "tiled.up" by Johnson and Johnson said, that Lock- of new housing. said.
ber of the staff of a rental few minor improvementswere his anti-poverty program hart refused to,listen to com- Secretary Robert C. Weaver "The administration has
: agencywlthsabotagingre- made, the rent was in- workers, he said. "Theywere plaints made by the tenants, of the Department of been concerned by the fall in
cent efforts to improve slum creased and the residents just ready to presentanultimatum after the meeting. Drainage Housing and Urban Devel- housing starts," it added.
l conditions in Goulds. gave up," Johnson said. to the landlord, but problems, open septic tanks, opment, said the Federal
"Charlie Lochart is being Denying the charge, Lock- they had nothing to back.the rodents and bugs, leaky National Mortgage
paid a salary from anti-pov- hart said, "I just went down ultimatum," Lockhart said. roofs and windows and other ation money will be AsSOd-1 rn'' iii 1 1
erty funds, but he's really there andpointedquttothose "So they would realize conditions have not been im- ,purchase mortgages
I working for the people who ptOpl; .you can't expect.$20' what would happen if they proved, he said. by the Federal Housing Ad- Get"
1 w own slum housing," Phillip ministration and the Veterans I SLICK BLACK
Johnson !
says. Administration.
The executive secretary of "0 The funds will be used only : DOUBLE ACTION

the Homestead-Florida City ry r.w for mortgages on new construction : !CDLORSGRKYKJUREUCXMPRESSES (
Economic Opportunity Cen- houses costing no I
ter, Johnson blamed Lock- more than $15,000or$17-I IWI II PlACE

:, hart for ruining the recent 000 ln"hlgh-costareas"and ,.,.'.1111:,,'IIIIC1t1I-
effort to get landlords to improve
Negro housing in

Lockhard was appointed a '
part-time consultant In the ; FR 1-5016

state anti-poverty programa
year ago. He did not denyhe 5.a
la a full-time public rela-
tions man for Bonded Col- .

lections Agency, Inc. a
company which represents JicJOHNSON

landlords who own about ,
10,000 rental units in Mi- v0 ;\

ami's Negro areas, includ- i of Miami
ing farm laborers' apartments \ \
in Goulds. M + -, \ t' w
Lockhart denied there is H f" ,,' l It's never, too late
conflict of Interest in his w -
any 7 have
It ,,, to' that wedding
two positions. He said the I ?
9.1/. :. ." .. ..\,,'
contacts he's built up by I ;/ : ; plc'uremode.
working for the rental agen- \\I''I: illI : '
cy for 10 years aid his anti- Lj ti \
poverty work. ---- -- \I I The
"Even though he's being \\ .11..11.iiUFurI1sh\,\
paid from anti-poverty FAMU GRADUATE RECRUITS Robert Seniors of Miami, second from left,

funds, he came to our meet- explains opportunities for Florida A&M University graduates In the U. S. Department \\ l :\ Cake
ing in Goulds and did every- of Labor to Willie Brown III, left, an agriculture major/ at the university who Is from ,

thing he could to ruin our Mulberry; Dr. Williams Howard,. professor of:political( I science/ at FAMU: Jermaine 1186 NW 38th St.
efforts to organize these peo- Banal, a political science major from Tallahassee Land Rev. C. C. Cunningham, \

ple," Johnson said. FAMU placement officer. Seniors recruits wage hour'investigators fro the U. S. De- N\\___ 635-4748

partment of Labor in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina. He Is a ...
1959 graduate of FAMU FAMU staff photo by Ernest Fillyau.




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