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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 20, 1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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\ Throws Out Bid To 5 Men Die In

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Block New Constitution Turnpike Crash '


Federal Court In Talla- He will take his case to an-
hassee threw out on Mondaya other court, Jones said. A speeding car plowed off ano the Vero Beach-Fort pierce '
bid to block a new state Constitution ., Carswell said he had n 1 I exit ramp of the Sunshine State area.
because Negroes did power to act,and ruled that the 1! Parkway Friday nlghtat Trooper R. C. Slue said the

Nrnti 4 d _not help to write it. U. S. District Court in Miami> Stuart, killing five men,Highway 1967 car from St. Lucie Countywas
ra ,. G. Harold Carswell, U. S. that issued the reapportionment Patrol said. south bount on the Sun-
e r District Court Judge,dismissed order still has Jurisdiction shine State parkway when it -
a suit filed by Sam Jones, in the case. Four of them were pro- started up the exit ramp of the
Jacksonville Negro, who Jones claimed the Legisla- nounced dead on the spot. The Stuart interchange, and ran off
sought to enjoin a referendumon ture is Illegally seated"under fifth died two hours later at St. the road into the tree. ;
a new Constitution on the a plan devised to exclude the Mary's hospital. The accident Two men were thrown from
grounds that the State Legis- plaintiff and about another occurred at 8:15 p.m. the demolished vehicle and the f

lature Is unconstitionally con- million Florida Negroes frobeing m All of the victims were Ne- others pinned in the wreckage, ;
stituted. elected to It." groes, whose ages ranged said Martin County Comer I I
from 20 to 31. They lived in Harvey Piley.


Poverty Program PvUk f Volunteers Uiilimrtd Workshop :



...',,_.. ". '.'" ,,,,_...,..__.,,- '--""''''- Hearing TonightTonight Institvte ligms Friday ,:1; I

URBAN LEAGUE AWARD MADE: Pictured here, right, is (Thursday) at the Bernard N. Dyer,the direc- 'The National Council of Negro
Mrs. Ann Lindsey Packard, president of the Greater Miami Llllie C. Evans Elementary tor of the Liberty City Com- Women, Inc., located at
Urban League Guild, receiving a plaque for her unselfish and School auditorium at 1895 NW munity Council who has called 17430 South Dixie Highway
distinguished service to the Guild,from Mrs.Ruth Polite, who 75th St., 7:30 p.m., the$9 million for this public hear ing( has released Perrlne, is initiating Work
Was chairman of the committee that promoted the "Harvest poverty program will be exclusively to The Mi- shop Institute on Oct. 20, 21,
.: Time Twilight Show Case' at the Everglades Hotel in Miami, the focal point for the public ami Times the fact that one of and 22 a t the Howard Johnson
: last Sunday evening when over 800 persons aheaded. hearing. the outstanding experts in the Motor Lodge, 16500 NW 2nd i
Harris Photo field of social work and community Ave, Miami. .

action Dr. Kenneth. Mrs. Gracie Allen,director
Marshall, Vice President of of Volunteers Unlimited of Miami -
Metropolitan Applied Research i, has expressed enthusi-
A Dime Cost A Center in New York and asm of the practical use of
.:: formerly of the now famous such an instituteinvolvingmany
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socio-logical document
persons including youths
Youth His life"Give 1tN ,7 "Youth in the Ghetto," will at, from all organizations in Dade
F 4" tendthts'meeting and will participate County.
In the discussion ...
--
The theme of the instituteis rtt.
me i dime, or none satisfactory condition, after Dyer stated the purpose of "The Challenge of Women DR. DOROTHY I HEIGHT '*<
of you are going home,"cried having been shot by James: u this meeting is not to cause the Working, Together" National president ,*(
Dennis Stevens, a 15yearoldboy Chatfield, the brother of lost of
one Job or one cent In
to of the victim ofthedlmo.demlUdshooting The general session will be- by Dr. Dorothy I. Height, national ;j
a group teenagers poverty funds, but to use the
gin Friday at 8:30
sitting near a street wall,last According to the money presently coming into evening president. it
with Mrs. Leenette i
pennington The Workshop session will
Saturday, at 11 p.m., near his other boys, James shouted, Dade County in a more effec- local \
I be
NCWWpresldent at 10:45 when the topic will
home 13th Avenue and 67th St. "You killed my brother,you tive
manner so that the man on
Section South The 1 be *
presiding. Identifying the Problem.
Most of the boys walked off, killed my brother. He BERNARD N DYER the street can more directly occasion will be given by Mrs. !Larry King of RADIO Station
when they heard that demand, wrestled with Stevens for possession .L.C.C.C. Director benefit tom this program. Mamie E. Williams and greetings 'WIOD will be commentator
of the fatal weapon a
but George Chatfield, also 15, 38-caliber pistol and fired, will be brought by Mayor A banquet- supper will be
who did not,was fatally shot by away. William McDonald of North i given at 8:30 p.m., Mrs. Betty
Stevens in the throat accord- Miami Beach and Steve 1 Lou Barbieri
The brother of the victim! BUS STRIKE SETTLED; EVERYBODY HAPPYAs Mayor Advisory Board
ing to police. the fatal shot was released in Clark of City of Miami. i member, presiding. The focus
Stevens was charged with of his we had hoped, the bus drivers' strike,which would have Dr, Hilda Fortune is institute 'will be on "Youth With a Fu-
first-degree murder. He was custody parents. crippled transportation and probably caused replacement of coordinator. I lure" The speaker will be Dr.
not new in police records. He Observers at the death 1 the Negro drivers in a reprisal move by the company, has been The general session on Saturday 1 Robert Allen, Department of
has a record of 13 Juvenile de- scene remarked, "Where do ,satisfactorily settled, and management and labor are happy; will be held at 9 a.m., <:Continuing: Education,University -,
tentions. these J Juveniles get these I the public is the happiest of all. Mrs. Lucy Matthews, first i of Miami. . But he is reported to be in guns?" LL- vice president, presiding. The The institute ends at 11:45 \\j
keynote'- address will hp given ;l m Sunday


Cancellation Of Strike Threat Pleases Negro Teachers "1

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BY,JOHN A, DIAZ ford than do white people earning similar salaries. IT IS THE'RIGHT OF ANY PERSON TO RESIGN .

Pat Tornlllo, executive secretary of the Dade County Class ,
When the announcement came on Wednesday that the mass TEACHERS COULD HAVE FACED DSCHARGE room Teacher's Association, is emphatic in m1k.1ngthe statement t
meeting that was scheduled to be held in Orlando on Sunday was that it is the right of every person to resign, and added,
cancelled, many Negro teachers rejoiced, bot the the indica- Attorney Earl Falrcloth has given the opinion that teachers "We no longer have involuntary servitude." He said that he
tion that teaching conditions will be Improved,and the fear that who participated in a walkout or strike would be violating the wasn't sure whether a walkout would Jeopadize continuing con- .
some teachers had that a long strike could have played havoc law. "Such action," said the opinion, "could be used as tracts, despite September 6 memorandum from State Super- I'
with the pocket books. grounds for subjecting such teacher to discharge and forfei- intendent Floyd Christian that teachers who resigned would .
M ture of tenure." have their continuing contracts terminated could not'be .
re-
sessionwas
The ultimatum of the teachers was that, if a special
not called there would have been a strike in the form of instated. t
moss resignations by a large number of Dade County's 8,000 This is bolstered by the legal counselor for Governor Kirk, Lost of continuing contracts is feared by some teachers, who
teachers probably early in November.It Gerald Mager, who has said, "The teacher has entered into a opine that a reprisal like that cannot be overlooked.
contractual obligation with the school board, and therefore,with Another Negro teacher said that the threat of a strike is the .,
is the guarded opinion of a number of Negro teachers that the state, and it is our Job to mike sure that the aims of any thing to nuke if Negroes want quality education, a commodity
they could not afford not receiving a pay check for as long as professional organization do not interfere with those contrac- that is rare in a large number of schools that are predomi-.
two months.: Said one teacher, "Why, in this eventuality, tual obligations." nantly Negro.
mortgages will be for closed; automobiles will bereposessed; This teacher complains that in most of these schools the
children in colleges will receive calls from their parents to equipment and facilities are inferior to those found in schoolsin
return home; credits in numerous courses will be lost." It is because of these legal possibilities that some of the which white students are preponderance,or 100 per cent.
Miami Negro teachers that The Times have interviewed have
He said that there are over 20 predominantly Negro schoolsin
This prophetic and alarming viewpoint was not entertainedby said that they are not going to the Orlando miss meeting on
Mrs. Janet Dean, president of the Dade County Classroom Dade County, and that they all require adequate equipmentand
Sunday; that they are going to church, or fishing, Instead.
facilities plus the fact that a number of them with
are
Teachers Association, when The Times interviewed her. She Another teacher interviewed isadam :.nnt topersue the course
is of the firm opinion that in the event of a work stoppage by that would Improve the teacher's professional standing and the overcrowded classrooms. j ,
the teachers, both white and Negro groups will be equally affected educational requirements of school children. In some Instances,this condition of too many pupils in clas- J
ses is brought about by the fact that when into
as there is no difference in salaries based on color. Negroes move .
a new neighborhood the whites start moving out until more Negroes "
This: view of the degree of effectiveness on both groups is Citing many of the Inadequacies existing in today's educa- moved In than whites moved out,then it becomes a pure't, :
not shared by some teachers. These feel that In most Instances I tional picture,teacher said"In regard toteac ers'salaries, ly Negro neighborhood, with their increase in population. Then '
white teachers' pay checks are supplemented by bigI I the fact is that painters and truckdrivers and railroad work- somjtimrts a new school built there,thus making it a Negro
ger husbands' or wives' checks, which the Negroes'husbands'or I ers, plasters, plumbers and electricians, not even touch upon school. And a Negro school, this teacher says, is synonymous \
wives' checks cannot match. Moreover, said this teacher, I the lawyers,accountants and others in professional catagories, with inferior education because of the overcrowdedness and ,
Negroes seem to live much higher than their salaries can af- I II Car outdraw in salary dollars of school teachers." inadequate facilities in it. .

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, October 20, 196' ? ',., 1 ,.) \ :I.. -

Howard Dental 1 School Gets I, Knife-Gun Duel Results' in Death' I IA

I 1 < > j duel with one armed witha was one of family business, and he in defense fired.MERCHANTS I
Woman Associate Dean knife and the other with a gun the homo of Pride.
ended with the death of the During the argument, Pride WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
Washington, D. C.Howard i I search knife,wielder. went to the kitchen for a knife,
is the wife of MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
Dr. Sinkford
University officials todiy
In South Dado police identified which he never had an opportunity
named Dr. Jeanne Craig SinkJ J Dr. Stanley M. Sinktord, a ( the victim as Herman to use;and Mackey proceeded APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
ford, professor of prosthodon- 1'local physician. They live with Pride, 57, of SW l7tbSt"and to the bedroom fur a THEY ARE COURTEOUS DEPENDABLE.
tics, to the position of assoI I I their two daughters, Dianne charged Harold Mackey, 26 pistol, which he fatally used. ,
ciate dean of the College of I:Sylvia and Janet Lynn, at 144 with first degree murJer.: Me eke y, according to police PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!
Dentistry. Dr. Sink ford will (G Street, southwest. Tie argument that resultedin said that his step-father
assume the post immediately. the fatal shooting of pride lunged at him with the knife.
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A native of Washington, T
D. C., where she received 1i ;"
early education Dr. Stnktord ,.
has been a member of the den I' )
tal faculty at Howard since 4 .;
1958. She is a 1953 graduate f,
of the College of Liberal Artsat "111-Mv..',,'., ( y
Howard and 1958 giaduate' : It
of the University's College of e wAh
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Dentistry: As an undergraduate ; 7 ,
she was a charter member R .
of the Howard chapter of
Phi Beta Kappa national hon-
orary fraternity.In .

1960 D.?. Slnkford was
granted leave from her teach
ing postto pursue graduate
studies in physiology at Northwestern -
University She earn
ed her master's degree in 1962
and the Doctor of Philosophy
degree one year later, Dr.
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Sinkford returned to Howardin
1963, and was promoted to ..
associate professor and headof
the Department of Prostho-
dontlcs one year later.She attained
the rank of professor in ,$ '
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CommissionRace

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Mayor Stephen P. Clark &Ii
leads all candidates in the Nov. Lois Jordan, Teller and graduate of Grooms High School in Sanford, Florida and Florida A. and M.,
21st Miami city primary, according that at the Roosevelt office.
to Will-C Polls,in the greets a typical family saves regularly

first of a series public opinion
released today.
The surveys first balloting is set for Where People come First
Nov. 21 with a run-off a Week
later, Nov. 28. A mayor and .for with and
Saving
two city commissioners are Security Earning. er I '
to be chosen.

late Clark Mayor, who Robert succeeded King High the, It's never too early to start saving regularly, in order ment and by exceptionally strong reserves. Too,

has 29 per cent, said Charley to develop the qualities of thrift and self-reliance these savers know that FIRST FEDERAL pays the

Will,DJadkHenderson'alsd'in who conducted Jhe poll!I1. which are.so important to every youngster and .adult. highest dividendsconsistent with ;safety 'and savings1
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'the lOyor'sraqetbas..16, <; ,. And regardless of age, you'll find it pays to save accounts are insured up to $15,000 by a permanent '
per cent while the other three' where you enjoy both liberal dividends and the security agency of the United States Government.
candidates .- John F. Leach, afforded by the South's largest savings institution.
Carlos G. DeTorres and'Jon' Whether your account is large or small, you will
Carlton .. share a total of 10 More than a quarter million people have entrusted always receive a warm welcome at America's Oldest

of per the cent.voters Forty-five are undecided percent, their savings to FIRST FEDERAL, because they know Federal. where people come first.

according to Will. their funds are protected by experienced manage
Leading in her race is Mrs. .
Athalie Range, who is trying to
keep theCityCommissionseatshe Savings for regular passbook accounts received by the 20th of the month : ,
won by appointment. Mrs. I will earn dividends from the 1st of the month ,'
Range, Will said, has 21 per z
cent while her two opponents
.. Gerald M. Rothbard and
ROOSEVELT OFFICE
Harvey H. Baker .- have a total
of 18 per cent with 61 per


cent Maurice Clark undecided.on Ferre the commission,who replaced (}) First Federal Savings e INSURED

is ahead In the survey with 18 .0."" C-J
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF
MIAMI
per cent. Jeroma Stern has 12

per cent; Hendrick J. Berns, W. H, WALKER JR., CHAIRMAN AMERICA'S OLDEST FEDERAL LARGEST IN THE SOUTH
4; Dominic Koo, 3 with Thomas;
K. Washington, Gilberto Her
nandez and Albert J. Carpel DOWNTOWN r\.AOLIII "RUT CORAL WA' unLI MVR N011TN MIAMI IIINDALL
receiving a total of 5.Undecided 100 N.E. hI Aoe. 300 B. FlafSI./ J7MJ S,W.2211d St. 83110 NE.211d Aue. 900 N.E.2,Srh tic. Dad land Shopping 2HH7.MOMlsnAD S Y.FrdNrol Hwy. 601 R005Yl.T' .
cent 374-6392 314./U1I 446-7692 761.1373'19471 C.IIW"66106:173: 247.4 161.4$41""
in this race are 58 per ,
according to Will.



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 20, 1967Drivers 3


Bias Claimed By Bus' I

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rr BY JOHN A. DtAZ of the Southern Christian One of the Negro bus driv-

,t v When thousands of bus.' Leadership Conference, was ers told The Miami Times that
At riders where left without one of the drivers' supporters, the mania grievance they haveIs
busses in which to get to their too. He said that he joined the that they are not treated In
places: of employment, and group at the invitation of some the same manner that other
school children were left with- of the drivers who,he said,bad County employers are treat-
asked his organlzatin for, ed.
out transportation last
Monday help. He was ready to give
morning, the main cause was
race bias help, he said, even to picket According to some legal authorities -
according to first
and demonstrate bus drivers
hand infom&tion obtained by Itnecessary.The as
The Miami Times county employes, are for-
president of the Frater- bidden by law to strike. But
One of the drivers who can
Y not beidentlf i because of nal Order of Transit Employ- one bus driver said,.'How can
r fear of reprisal, was awakened es, known as FOTE, Ted they call us County employeson
at four Tuesday morning Horne, who is white, said that this hand, and on the other
his home by Times representative he welcomed help from SCLC, hand say wa are not."
4 A vif He was quick to rveal as they came in to see that Justice .
that Negro drivers are victimsof is done. Called "The Three Muske-
race discrimination in promotion teers," because they were the
and in the clerical staff Metro Transit Authority officials first Negroes to be employedas
by management in Metro claim that the company bus drivers after the company -
I Christ Church Honors Senior Warden Transit Authority. has no racial discrimination. acquired the bus system

Claims this driver, even Because of this policy, he said, owned by William pawley
In an atmosphere of honor Church presented a check honoring him and asked that though about 75 percent of the MTC changed from a private more than five years ago, Eu-
and dignity, the rector and from the congregation for ser- his successor be given the same bus drivers are Negroes,they system in which a large number gene Morrison, Aaron Perkins -
congregation of Christ Epis- vice beyond the call of duty. support as he was given. He hold no supervisory job, not of Negro drivers are em- and Ishamel Sharpe, are
copal Church, Mayor of Mia- The Rev. Fr. QulntenE.Primo thank ed Fr. Gibson for his even when they pass the required ployed. "Halt of the drivers among the bus drivers seeking
mi, the City Commissionersalong Jr. Rector of St. Mat- service and wished him God's tests. Headded that are Negroes' said A. H. better working conditions.
with friends and com- thews Episcopal Church, Wilmington speed. Mrs. Ellen Sturrup, there are about 25 office work- Hauer of chief executive officer There are those in legal cir-
munity of Coconut Grove hon- Delaware was the wife of the honoree was pre- ers in t h r e e shifts at Metro the National City Management cles who claim that Fraternal
ored Mr. William S. Sturrup, guest speaker.Fr.PrimohavIng sented a bouquet of red roses Transit Authority, but nota Co., In Miami, a private Order of Transit Employes
Senior Warden at a Testi- served with Mr. Sturrup for her service as a wife. single Negro is employed in firm the hired by the MTA to manage (FOTE) is not union,but a fra-
bus
monial Dinner on Sunday, Oc- praised and thanked him for that capacity. line here. ternal organization. And when
tober 1, 7:00p.m,at the Ever- singing his papers to becomea Among those at the walkout "We are hiring them,"said FOTE threatened to strike a
glades Hotel. The church in priest. He was quite humorous Many expressions of cards, meeting, were several Negrocommunity Hauer, "and we,are not dis- year ago, the organization was
observance of its Sixty-fUtll1 and informative in his letters and telegrams were leader s. One of criminating against them. warned that it would meet with
Anniversary paid tribute to topic-faithful servant-a Job received and a few read congratulating them was the Rev. Edward T. They are getting more than any court action as would a union
Mr. Sturrup for his active ser- well done. Fr. Primo was in- Mr.Sturrup for his Graham, pastor,of Mount Zion bus driver in the state of strike.,
vice of more than 50 years. troduced by the rector, Fr. outstanding service to his Baptist Church. He gave the Florida."
The Toastmistress for this Theo. Gibson. Fr. Gibson was church, and the citizens of his Invocation.The There are still others, especially -
memorable occasion,the Honorable -, thankful for a nun like Mr. community. Those in attendance assistant pastor of the. Countered a Negro driver, among the bus driv-
City Commissioner, Sturrup who had served him were greatly Impressed church, the Rev. Ralph Ross, "Sure, they hire us as drivers. ers, who fear that If ever
Mrs. Athalie Range was intro- for twenty two years. Fr. aidlnspired towit- was also present. He Joined But how many Negro supervisors there were a strike, the mass
duced by Mr. William J.Stur- Cooper expressed his thanksto ness such an occasion fora the drivers in their quest for have we got? None! How walkout would result In dis-
rup, son of the honoree. The the honoree for the many nun of honor. better working conditions. many acting supervisors, or missal of Negroes, who mightbe
Invocation was given by Fr. kind deeds extended him as a Another who gave the protesting even supervisors in training, replaced by even Cuban'
Austin Rellins Cooper,Rectorof boy and a young man InScout.. drivers more encour- have we got? None." exiles.
Saint Phillips Episcopal ing and the ministry. He then agement was Tom Washington,
Church, Jacksonville The gave the benediction. PERSONALSingle public relations man He sup- -------
eloquent occasion was expres- Toastmistress Mrs. Range ported the organization that
sed by Miss Edna DeVeaux. expressed her thanks to Mr. Widowed Divorced? called for the work stoppage,
Special greetings were Sturrup for his help while she WRITE the Fraternal Order of Transit MEDICAL COST UP
given by Mayor Stephen Clark, served as PTA County Presi- DADE COUNTYINTRODUCTION ,Employes, at their meetingsand '.
Mayor of Miami; Mrs. Rosa dent. Mr.Sturrup,the retiring CENTERP. in negotiating sessions. I",I'"
White, representative of the honoree gave timely remarks 0. Box 1088 Main office Dr. Martin Luther King's According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics
GUOOOF and Household of in which he thanked his many Miami, Florida 33101 local aide, Jimmie Chatmun, ,
Ruth; Mr. Melvin Jackson, friends and coworkers for president of the Miami chapter Medical Cost is up 5% this year over 1966, \

Citizen of Coconut Grove; and -- continuing; a 20-year rise. 1
Mr. Carey Bentley, repre- * *

senting Free and Accepted FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT The American Hospital Association estimates .
Masons. Mrs. Genesta Sweet-ii
that hospital cost will rise 15%
lug, former president of the MODERATE RATES'CALLBONDED per
Dade County PTA Council paid year through 1970. The 1966 average one-
special tribute to Mr. Sturrupfor day cost per bed patient was $49.00; may go

his thirty years of service ). I to $58.00 In 1967; $67.00 in 1968; $77.00 in
with the PTA and presentedhim 1969 and $88.50 in 1970.
a scrapbook and a plaque _
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Mrs. Elizabeth Essy Curtis RENTAL
praised him for his work with
the Boy Scouts America and ro Are you and your family adequately covered?

presented him a certificate of o 'I i'i See a representative of
appreciation from Boy Scout AGENCY CENTfUL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANYHe
Troop No. 55; Mr. William *
Cooper, president of G. W. AL will assist you in overcoming this high
Carver High School PTA pre- 4Qf INC. Medical Cost. Do this today. Accidents do
sented him a plaque for out- not,wait.
standing service to the PTA;

dent Mr. Hubert of the Thompson Laymen's,Leagueof presi- o 1f ,, THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND Central Life Insurance

Christ Church presented a MANAGEMENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH, OPERATING
check from the men of the IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES Company of Florida
church for his untiring ser-
vice and Mr.Crispin Fife, A fleet of' cars and collectors give door to door service for 1416 North Boulevard
Junior Warden of Christ tenants convenienceA
Tampa Florida 33607
community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent ,
18 Years of R.spen ibU free,"furnished and conditioned for your comfort and enjoyment.A .
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Th. Community public,relations deportment to assist you with your problems.

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 20, 1967




To Be Equal Commentary News II"'J


r By Whitney Young, Jr.
A. Diaz
Office 6530NW 15th Ave.,Miami, Fla. 33147.PhoneI691.0421 Executive Director By John "
National Urban League
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publlsh.r
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor Greetings, to the readers of this newspaper old friends, new

WILLIAM W. McBRIDE, City Editor friends, prospective friends, all the coolant readers,whohave
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor Slum Schools Get nut this newspaper one of the best weeklies In the nation.

This writer, having been in the game !since 1927, when his
National Advertising R.pruentatlve In the New York AmsterdamN
name first appeared in a by-line
Amalgamated Publisher, Inc. Failing Grades in his ,
has attempted at three periods newsjv.p-1\ -roijljr
310 Madison Avenue New York, N. y. 10017 ,
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association One of the scandals of public education is the way schools to quit the game. But that's the most difficult task h) has experienced .
2400 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 -. to quit the craft.
actually retard the performance of Negro and other minority
editor and the venerable esteemed
We thank the managing
SUBSCRIPTION RATES group children. Although they are only a little behind other
of The Miami Times for offering this
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 children in the earliest grades, by the time they are in Junior editor and publisher his favorable
to continue occupation
writer the opportunity ,
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post t high school these children are several years behind in perfor from wtki), be was .tfwut! to take the exit pathway to oblivion.

Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 mance. TU urge to write has an almost universal attraction for the
I This that the schools are failing in their responsi-
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The proves writer who is seeking an outlet for creative expression. This
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead bility to educate all children. Educators often say that they makes the newsman teel the throb of life In his
usually
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accordsto have no control over the home environment of children, or over urge to
feel.
every man regardless of his rats creed or color his human other factors which influence learning. But they do have con work that newspapermen alonge seem
and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man..the Negro materials and andit All J Jounallsm has certain responsibilities atDrh great:!
trol teachers supervisors
Press strives to h.lp.v.ry man In the firm belief that all men over teaching variety of opportunity for constructive service.About newspaperman's -
are hurt as long as anyone Is held back.Editor's is about time that they took drastic steps to reverse the inferior of
Job there has gathered an atmosphere mysteryor
education minority children are getting.
sort of glamour that has an unfailing appeal to
ramance, a
Just changing teacher attitudes can have tremendous results.
ic otebooh those who like to write.
Too often teachers are prejudiced themselves, or they have

been brainwashed into believing that Negro children don't have
BEEN IN OUR HEART DURING THE 14 YEARS
MIAMI HAS
these attitudes -
the same potential other students have. Sometimes
THE EDUCATION SITUATIONThe affect their teaching; expecting failure, they encourageit. During the 14 years that we were away from Miami never

Florida Education situation Is still unsolved.In Broward left our heart. This is because wohavebeen in constant touch

County and School Board charged FEA officials have been An experiment at a San Francisco elementary school with a with Miamians in person and by mail.

soliciting the resignations of teachers to be used in the threatof large proportion of Maxlcan-Amorican students showed how While in Philadelphia, inter estingnew;>of the progress madein

a statewide walkout of association members. teacher attitudes influence children. A psychologist gave all Miami was furnished personally to us by the following

Circuit Court Judge L.Clayton Nance has ordered president students in the school an I. Q. test. He told the teachers that Miamians;

executive secretary and 28 directors of the Florida Education the results would tell which pupils were ready to "spurt Dr. Elmer Ward and Father Theodore Gibson, when they attended

Association to show cause why they should not be held ahead" in their learning.He NAACP convention.

in contempt of court for allegedly violating the terms of a then selected the names of about 20 percent of the stu- Garth Reeves, during a newspaperman's convention, where

court-endorsed settlement of the Broward teachers' strike dent body at random and told the teachers that these students he played a big role in Journalism.

last month. The J judge ordered the officials and three other would greatly improve their achievement levels In the coming Mrs, Lottie Hamilton, accompanied"by her two lovely daugh-

FEA officials to appear before him at 4 p.m. Thursday. yea r. This wasn't true of course, but the teachers believed ters, on a civil rights mission.

These officials call for a statewide resignation of teachers.A him, D. A. Julius, of beauty schools fame, attending a convention

meeting will be held in Orlando on Sunday A year later the students were tested again. Their I. Q of beauty culture.
scores dramatically showed how their teacher's attitudes towards The Reverend Edward Graham, when the Baptist convention -

them were affected by what the psychologist told them.In camn to that city.

ANTI-JOHNSON GROUPSNews the earliest grades, the students who were picked had anI. Charles Hadley, the astute, personable civic and political

from many states tells of anti-Johnson groups being Q. gain of more than double that for other children. minded citizen, together with his charming schoolm'wife

formed to prevent the re-election of President Johnson if that It's not that they were smarter or different any way from Ella.The
be possible. their classmates. What happened was that their teachers were late Sam Solomon, a friend indeed, whose weight was

Perhaps the biggest issue is the war in Vietnam Many people led to believe they would improve, and theydid. In hundredsof felt here as editor and publisher of the Miami f Whip, and whose

believe the United States should pull up stakes and forget little ways that year, teachers encouraged the children to beautiful widow, Martha, is carrying on successfully the

about the war. However, the President and his advisers must do better, but other children in the same room, with the same cosmetic business Sam started.

deside what course the nation should take, and that's exactly family backgrounds and basic intelligence, weren't expectedto James M. Reid, newspaperma,correspondence,furnish.
what they are doing. improve as much so their teachers didn' ask that little extra ed us somt more information progress in Miami Joe Taylor

Lamentably the war has caused billions of dollars and thousands from them. too, did the sam by mail.

of lives, with no end In sight.But the end will como and Some sidelights to this experiment also interesting. The

we must go along with those responsible for conducting this most improvement was by two groups. the average studentswho
tragedy whether we like it or not. were neither at the top or the bottom of the school's rank

Lyndon B. Johnson's record in the White House is one that ing system, and those Mexican-American children who looked

he las no reason to be ashamed of. We believe he should be most like Anglo-Sixoas. The boys who looked most: Mexican

proud of it. showed the least improvement, reflecting the t llI' her's preju

In spite of all that is being said against his administration, dices.
there is reason to believe he will be returned to the office of AU of this shows how the teacher's attitude toward childrenis

President of the United States.GOVERNORS. often the difference between academic success and failure.
America's affluent suburbs don't have this problem.Pupils in

ON CRUISE their schools are expected to succeed, and their teachers know

Forty-four governors, Democrats and Republicans, left this that their Job I?to prepare them for college. If they don't, they
know that the school board will get rid of them DR. WARD EDWARDS MR. HARLEYThe
week on the S.S. Independence for a visit to the Virgin Islands. MRS.
Children I in ghetto schools need the same kind of belief in
the and while de-
They will undoubtedly enjoy trip doing so,
their futures and extra effort in te classroom I know that nice letter we received from Stanley" Sweeting,
delve into the nation's political affairs.
there are many dedicated teachers who could get more money our present colleague,filled us with Joy and the realization that

for less work elsewhere, who stay In the ghetto schools and wo would be welcome back to Miami.

ELECTION OF GOVERNORSIn work hard teaching their students with the care and love they We had letters and telephonic conversations the widow

deserve. But other teachers expect nothing good of their pupils, of one of our best friends, Lloma Green, whose late husband,

Tallahassee a political committee discussed and decidedto and get it. Dr. Henry Green, accompanied us, with D. A. Douglas, to the
allow the non-partisan election of judges in accordance with This is an area in which school administrators can bring Orange Bowl when wo were ordered out at gunpoint by police.We .

House Senate versions of the new state const1tu lon. about great changes if they roll up their sleeves and go to will miss these two stalwarts of civil rights. (Pardon our

The committee also voted to provide for Judicial nominating work. A lot that is wrong with slum schools only large amountsof nostalgia). Douglas, an Insurance executive Is in Detroit.A .

commissions, thus limiting somewhat the power of the governor mOlly! and difficult political policy changes can solve. But native Mia t mho who now lives in Philadelphia, Mrs.

in appointing'Judges to vacancies. The term of members here is something that: costs no money, billy'time and effort Dorothy Johnson Edwards, kept us informed on Miami's progress

of the commission would expire with the term of each Minority group children, like all children, have enormous by lending us her Miami Times,to which she subscribed. -

governor.The potentials. There is a genius within them which wiU. flower .

committee approved the Senate version for appointmentof forth if it is nurtured and coral! for. Teachers and school of So, when wo arrived here two months ago,'wo came with

additional Judges, for any court except the Supreme Court ficials have to change their attitudes and help liberate the great valuable information that we had gathered from these wonderful -

providing for a certification of need by the Supremo Court before human: potential of these youngsters. people. And we increased It with chats from some of our

authorization by the Legislature. Slam schools have been getting an"F" on their report cards old cronies, namely:

for far too loag. They aren't dotngtheir Job, and they are fail- Dr. Godfrey Hawkins, Joe Taylor, Clyde Killens, who gave

NEW CITY EDITOR ing in their duty to the children, the country, and their own me a five-hour sightseeing tour of Miami and its environs, on
professional
: integrity. Labor Day, in his air-conditioned Cadillac Father Theodore
joining the staff of The Miami Times this week is John A. ;
Gibson, who has as much guts as he has religion! ; Dr. C. R.
Diaz of .
Philadelphia.Mr. Hogan, the dental surgeon: Dr. I P. Davis Mrs. Mamie Wil-
Diaz is not a stranger to Miami. He is a veteran in the SATURDAY, OCT. 21 IS YOUR LAST CHANCETO liams, the intellectual school; teacher, who, in the absence of
newspaper field, having served for some time as editor of the
of REGISTER FOR THE NOV. 21 CITY her erudite husband, was the person who received us here in
Florida edition the Pittsburgh Courier.
1945; Mrs. Evelyn Boggs Evans businesswoman and lastbutnot
COMMISSION ,
Diaz has spent eight years with The Philadelphia Tribune, ELECTIONA
least, Congressman Claude Pepper.. We hope to get tlmn
E. Washington Rhodes, editor-publisher. He will serve as city to reach the others before loag.
editor of The Times, replacing Mr. William McBride who has
now taken over the advertising department. COUNTRY FOR ALL
CAN YOU DO FOR MRS RANGE WHAT NEGROES DID FOR

This country is for all STOKES IN CLEVELAND?

MAYOR CLARK HAS Divided will
RIGHT APPROACHMiami we fall
"Together" should be the watchword for all Miami Negro
Mayor Steve Clark's blue-ribbon committee to raise We are strong when we stick together voters when they go to the polls to vote for city commissioners -

private capital for rebuilding downtown is an example of lead White or colored it doesn't matter next timl). That is important, ,because if we face realities,
ership based on realism. We all made this country what it is today a Negro can best represent Negroes on any city commission.

Without money you cannot do much in today's urban world. But not everyone is free some are kept away White people, too, should support Mrs. Range,because they
Government funds can never be large We are a family of all races should want -
enough provide solutions to see a substantial segment of the city's population
to the urban problems of blight and property deteriora Not all everyone have can enjoy all placesWe represented, in order to promote good government,which!
the same right in turn is
good for any city.
tion.Mayor Whether the skin is black or white
Clark by getting himself a team first-class money
raisers, has pinpointed a solution to Miami's biggest single There is room for us all TWO APARTMENT HOUSES DON'T WANT NEGROES
We too answer the bugle call i
problem.In .
Our equal rights we are Reports reaching this observer are that there are two apart-
addition there should be a flow of into the demanding
money Negro ment houses One
in
Let's Miami that discriminate Negroes.
against
community through creation of large scale construction get together and come to a peaceful and friendly under.,
projects is a
standing high raise; both in the dowutowu area, close to Flagler
stretching out for years tocomedirectly'benefitlng the Street and Blscayne Blvd. That's not good for good race relations

building trades. Alex Wiener for which all of us should strive.



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LET'S OFFIC'F OF FCONIOMUOPPORTUNITY ,! Boy Scout CircusConvention 41i ,

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TALK .or... AttorneyII j i Hall

POLITICS U1' By : I

BY NORMAN E. JONES, Center Nov. 77-78
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In the state and in Tampa there were more political leaders; -
[before the t Negro could vote in the Democratic primaries The Right To Will PropertyBack South Florida will see its Scouts in the tri-county area.
who could get more tangible "political favors from "down first "all-boy" Scout Circus Mail orders can be addresh -
town," than the current new group of political'leaders." medieval days the property of a man who was assumed Nov. 17 and 18 at Miami ] sed to the Boy Scout Service
J. Finley Wilson, old school politician and Elk Grand Ruler, to belong to the crown and the reigning King gave the Convention Hall, when some Center, 4021 NW Seventh St.,
of times said, "Politics is simply I'm for you if you're for property to anyone he chose. The right to leave property to 10,000 youths from Dade, Bro- Miami, 33126. The center's
me." Vincent Nurrio,as Gov. Burns district road board chairman one's family was a royal privilege often bought at great cost ward and Monroe counties telephone is 633-6363.In Bro-
stated, "to the Victor belongs the spoils." These statements by a wealthy man, or granted to him because of some single present their version of "the ward County, the scout phone
are the essence of politics in America. service to the crown. greatest show on earth. number is 523-2380.
Politics thrives on patronage,the more widespread the pat- While the right to leave property is no longer one that mast "The Scout Circus goes far Alex M. Balfe, president of
ronage the stronger the candidate and party. Politicians must t be bought or fought for, less than 50 percent of the people in beyond the roar of the crowdand the South Florida Council,said
do something for someone every day, in order to swing their this country take the trouble tom.'lkea will. Thus, you realize the smell of grease paint," that a 150 piece scout band
vote once a year. why I am spending considerable time on the topic of Wills according to Daniel H.Wheat- and the carrying of 500 American -
The real old line Negro political leaders,wise in the realities croft, Scout executive for the flags will open the show.
of politics, built and maintained"political leadership" HOLOGRAPHIC WILLSA South Florida Council which Following a procession of
in the Negro com n,mities on this principle of widespread pat- embraces; the three counties 5,000 Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts
ronage for the many; ; of doing small favors for many people, holographic will is one written entirely in the handwriting "The Scout Circus will pre and Explorers, there will be
cpnsistently of the maker and is valid only when it complies with the sta- sent today's youth in its true acts featuring Indian pagean-
1. For misdemeanors they got you out of jail-and paid yourfine. tutes of the state in which it is executed. WARNING: FLORIDA and proper light," Wheatcroft try, physical prowess, camp-
2 For felonies, they got the charges reduced, squashedthe 1 DOES NOT RECOGNIZE HOLOGRAPHIC WILLS. Do not said. "It is the Scouts' way of ing, pioneering and various
charges provided defense attorneys, if convicted they got t attempt to write out your will in your own handwriting, if you saying what's good about the other Scouting Skills.
light sentences and early parole. 3. They could get needy per- do it will have no force or effect. These type wills cannot be youth of America. Samuel L. Higginbottom,
sons on relief, welfare, get hospital bills "taken care of." probated here "As the circus unfolds, the Eastern Air Lines Vice Pres-
4. For immediate needs they provided coal,wood,paid utility In some states such as New York, holographic wills are valid audience will have a chance to ident, is general chairman of I;
bills, paid rent to keEl>you from being thrown out on the street t if made by a sailor or soldier in actual service and the will see the value of the educational the circus committee.Serving
sent baskets of groceries, sent the doctor to the sick, in the, must be entirely in his own handwriting. The will is valid for program of scouting which with him are Otho B. Bruce,
early depression days they provided soup lines for the hungry one.year after his discharge. Thereafter it ceases to be recognized leads t o the development of Art Burns, Robert H. Fite,
misses, they could get you Jobs, they set you up in business, as a will unless he is unable that timo to mike one men 01 gOO character trained Amos Martin, Ralph Renick,
they were always available, anytimo of night or day to do youa in the ordinary form. as participatingcitizens Frank J, Rooney and WilliamS.
favor, they were the political, economic and oftimes the social true purpose of Scouting." Ruben.
leaders of the Negro comminity, their leadership was WILLS BY WORD OF MOUTH Two performances will be The 20,000 Scouts in South
earned. presented at 7:30 on each of the Florida are in 631 units, including -
Wills passed by word of mouth are called nuncupative wills. two evenings. Cub packs, scout
They are recognized by law. However, the law does not favor Details of the show were revealed troops and explorer posts Ex-
them except where the makers are soldiers in active serviceor at an executive com- plorers include Air Scouts and
Phil Ossofer sailors at sea. They are in many cases permitted for civilians mittee meeting Tuesday Sept Sea Scouts.
but their validity is strictly held to the provisions of the 26.Tickets The 631 Scouting groups are
Tuesday: October 24 is unity ,the highest form possible statutes of the state in which the maker has a residence. Asa at $1 will be avail- sponsored by 376 Institutions
United Nations Day While and so necessary to improve general rule these wills can be made only in what the Court able beginning Saturday Sept. and organizations throughout
there is controversy in the human welfare. terms a "last illness; 30, from some 20,000 Boy the area, Wheatcroft said.
world; indeed, within our own Albert Einstein, whose During World Wur I, George Mallery: who was with the
country, as to the advlseabil- genius ushered in the nuclear American: Army in France, declared to some of the men with
ity of a unity of nations in one age, pointed out the weaknessof whom he was friendly, "If I should not come back, I want my
international agency, it is apparent national unity for this day, mother and no one else but her,no matter what happens, to get FAWC Asks GovernorTo
to me that such an organization saying, "Nationalism is an infantile all I have coming from the government and I want to tell this
is a must. The needis disease. It is the mea- to enough of you boys from ho no so some of you will go backto
as urgent today as the need, sles of mankind: tell what I want,in case I do not." Call legislature
200 years ago, of the federa- Mallery died in France, still in the army. Accepting this oral
tion of states which became the Well, we've grown up! The declaration as a will, the Court said that since Ma llery's statement .
United States of America. Had lower forms of Cocoa. the quest serious considera- :
unity in this of his wishes was made during'active military duty and Highlighting your +
the states refused to federate, age are like milk, and univer- before three witnesses, it was a valid nuncupative will. Fall Meeting of the Executive i tion in working out details of
our country would have be- sal unity is like the strong In Florida, oral wills are yalid only for passing personal Board of the body was the dc a special legislative session
comH a maze of small coun- meat which, according to Paul property NOT LAND. The oral statement must be made before cision of the Florida Association during which solutions to the
tries like those of Europe,with belongeth to them that are three witnesse and made during the last illnessand written of Women's Clubs, Inc., serious educational problems t
the exception of a common ton- of full age, even those who down within sixdays after it set out under the laws of that to join with other gropsin which exist in our state maybe
gue, but with conflicting laws. reason of use have their i state. urging Governor Claude Kirkto : worked out. We sincerely sup ,
Imagine, needing a passport to senses exercised to discern Because a will is made, and offered for probate does not give serious considerationto port and r e q u e s t immediate
travel from state to statel! both good and evil.(Hebrews necessarily: mean it will accepted. You have a right to con- calling an immediate ses- legislation fo r the b e n e fit of
Each age brings a new, higher 5-14.) test a will, provided you have good reasons. Sometimes, one sion of the Legislature.Miss the children of Florida. ,
form of unity, as the world I visualize the true United person passes so much: influence over another that he is able Alice E. Moore, FAWC Miss Alice E, Moore presi-
evolves and progresses.At the Nations of the future as a to substitute his own private aims(another's s wishes. In'.aw, President, of West Palm dent FAWC.
time of Abraham, family unity spiritually oriented agency this is called "undue Influence." To prove a case of undue influence Beach, was empowered by the Hostesses for the one-day
was the standard ethical built on the plan of federation upon the mater of a will the following factors must delegates in attendance rep- session which was held in the
life. Moses brought tribal which brought all the states of generally be shown to be present. resentatives of over 80 affiliated auditorium of Today Newspaper -
unity, which was followed in our country together. believe ((1) A person unquestionably subject to such influence. (2)) clubs to relay to the here were members of
the time of Jesus by city-state we will see this organizationin Opportunity: to exercise such influence and the effect the Governor the concern of the the Georgia Edwards Ayer
unity. Muhammad's day marked full working order as soon wrongful purpose, (3)) A disposition to influence unduly for the membership about the State Club, Mrs. Mattie T. Brady,
the beginning of nation as our great land purges itself purpose of securing an improper favor. Education Crisis. President, and the Sunlight
building, and la this day, who of its inequalities of race,be- The text of a telegram which Club,* Mrs S. K. Whaley,
can deny the need for a higher coming a spiritual example for was sent to the Governor and President.
form of unity. .universal the entire world to follow I other legislative leaders: Welcome greetings were
j ;. 'litl.rs.at; The Editor As representatives of over given by 'Mayor, Dale Bryant,
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'I '' ." I 1200 Negro Women community Mrs. William Bailey. Presl-
Editor: leaders of our State, the Florida dnet of the Community Wo-
Tan Associaton of Women's men's Club, Rev. A. Tookes,
Topics Thank you very much for the. October: 6, 1967 issue of your Clubs, Inc., meeting in executive Mrs. H.'W. Jerkins, and rep-
newspaper article "Off My Chest. session at Cocoa on Sa- resentatives of the hostess,
turday voted to urgently re- club..
j 4 I want, in behalf of all p h y s feat education teachers in Dade
,'\\S County, to congratulate you, as one of our local newspaper edi- u ;'
} '''. ', tors who possesses enough for sight and Initiative to publish i 'I
} one's opinion and beliefs concerning existing problems in the Seen With A Negro Girl
general field of education and particularly physical education. 1

He Is Attacked
And
Robbed
While the focus has been placed largely on the physical edu-
cation teacher's importance, there is sufficient informationand
evidence available to give some guidelines and discernment Because he was seen es- 36, did not reach his destination -
into the problems of "plain education' which includes corting an a tt r act tv e Afro- with his lady friend. He
physical education and all other subjects which attempt to develop American young lady, a white gave police 15000NE llth Ave.
man was attacked and robbed as his
and cultivate a child both mentally, physically, and address.
morally. I trust the message is clear enough for the visionsof of $60 and his watch, last week, The amorous gentleman told '
all citizens, Including math and science teachers,bankers, In the vicinity of NW 79th st police that the attack took
/and, governors. The man had left a bar in the place in the parking lot of the
neighborhood and was affectionately Doubledeck Bar, 726 NW 79th
For some unpopular reason, editors of our other local taking the young lady St., where he had picked up his
news-
home, so Mr. John Bradley, would be friend.
papers do not possess the affirmative ntalpfcture, regard-
tog public opinion, as you have displayed. '

The Miami Times is a newspaper with a Journalist with a huge''
f volume of positive thinking. In the future, I sincerely hope
I other local newspaper editors will put their headgear on and MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
join the team.
mac : MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY

Please continue to showcase such assets, which are the pub- APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
CITY MATERNITY HOSPITAL BUT PLEASE: lie's priceless expectations, as you have done in the past THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.

DON'T RUSH ...I ONLY WORK, THERE /\ issues.Florida,I and remdn America yours for positive thinking in Dade County, PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!Ialt

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T r News !1t
To Be EqualBy :,

Commentary ,".,',
Whitney Young, Jr. ,,:
Offlcei 6530 NW 15th Av... Miami, Flo. 33147.PhoneI691.0421 Executive Director By John A. DiozGreetings ;'

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher National Urban League
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor to the readers of this newspaper,old friend, new
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE, City Editor friends, prospective friends, all the contant readers,who have
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor Slum Schools Get owl this newspaper one of the best weeklies in the nation.

This writer, having been in the game since 1927, when his
National
Advertising Representative name first appeared In a by-line in the New York Amsterdam
Publishers GradesOne
Amalgamated Inc.
Failing
310 Madison Avenue, New York, N. Y. 10017 N 'vs, has attempted a' three periods iahls newsrAp1 saraa r
) Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association of the scandals of public education Is the way schools to quit the game.-But that's the most difficult task k) has ex.
2400 S..Michigan Avenue 111.60616 the craft.
I Chicago, perienced to quit
actually retard the performance of Negro and other minority
editor and the venerable
thank the managing esteemed
We
SUBSCRIPTION RATES group children Although they are only a little behind other
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 editor and publisher of The Miami Times for offering this
children in the earliest grades, by the time they are in Junior
to continue his favorable
occupation: !
the opportunity
writer ,
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 the Post high school these children are several years behind In performance -
at from wh it:!! he was ,*wt to take rna exit pathway to obltvtoa.
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 .
to write has an almost universal attraction for the
Tit urge
This that the schools are falling In their responsibility -
proves
*REDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" writer who Is seeking an outlet for creative expression. This
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead to educate all children. Educators often say that they
makes the newsman feel the throb of life In his
the world from racial and notional antagonism when It accords have no control over the home environment of children, or over urge usually
to every man regardless of his creed or color his human other factors which Influence learning. But they do have con- work that newspapermen alonge seem to feel.
and legal rights. Hating no racel leering no mon-.tho Negro and All j 0 una 11 s m has: certain responsibilities and n: great
Press strives to help In the firm belief trol over teachers, teaching materials, and supervisors,
every man that all men of for constructive service.About a
newspaperman's
are hurt as long as anyone Is held back.We it is about time that they took drastic steps to reverse the Inferior variety opportunity
there has gathered an atmosphere of
job mysteryor
education minority' children are getting.
ramance, a sort of glamour that has an unfailing appeal to
Just changing teacher attitudes can have tremendous results.
Editor's Notebook Too often teachers are prejudiced themselves, or they have those who like to write.

been brainwashed Into believing that Negro children don't have
attitudes MIAMI HAS BEEN IN OUR HEART DURING THE 14 YEARS
the same potential other students have. Sometimes these -
THE EDUCATION SITUATIONThe
affect their teaching; expecting failure, they encourageit. During the 14 years that we were away from Miami it never
Florida Education situation is still unsolved.In Broward left our heart. This is because we have been in constant touch

County and School Board charged FEA officials have been An experiment at a San Francisco elementary school with a with Miamians in person and by mail.
soliciting the resignations of teachers to be used In the threatof large proportion of Mexican-American students showed how While in Philadelphia, Interesting news of the progress madeIn
a statewide walkout of association members. teacher attitudes influence children A psychologist gave all Miami was furnished personally to us by the following

Circuit Court Judge Clayton Nance has ordered the presi- students in the school an I. Q. test. He told the teachers that Miamlans;
dent executive secretary and 28 directors of the Florida Edu- the results would tell which pupils were ready to "spurt Dr. Elmer Ward and Father Theodore Gibson,when they attended -

cation Association to show cause why they should not be held ahead" in their learning. NAACP convention.
in contempt of court for allegedly violating the terms of a He then selected the names of about 20 percent of the stu- Garth Reeves, during a newspaperman's convention, wherehe
court-endorsed settlement of the Broward teachers' strike dent body at random and told the teachers that these students played a big role In journalism.

last month. The j judge ordered the officials and three other would greatly improve their achievement levels in the coming Mrs Lottie Hamilton, accompanledby her two lovely daughters -

FEA officials to appear before him at 4 p.m. Thursday. year. This wasn't true of course, but the teachers believed i on a civil rights mission.

These officials call for a statewide resignation teachers him D A. Julius, of beauty schools fame, attending a conven
A meeting will be held In Orlando on Sunday. A year later the students were tested again. Their I. Q I tion of beauty culture,
scores dramatically showed how their teacher's attitudes towards The Reverend Edward Graham, when the Baptist conven-
them were affected by what the psychologist told them. i tion cant to that city.
ANTI-JOHNSON GROUPSNews In the earliest grades, the students who were picked had an Charles Hadley, the astute, personable civic and political

from many states tells of anti-Johnson groups being I. Q. gain of more than double that for other children, :minded citizen, together with his charming schoolm'm wife
formed to prevent the re-election of President Johnson If that It's not that they were smarter different in any way from ;
be possible. their classmates. What happened was that their teachers were Ella.The late Sam Solomon, a friend indeed, whose weight was

Perhaps the biggest issue is the war in Vietnam Many peo- led to believe they would improve, and so theydid. In hundreds ;felt here as editor and publisher of the Miami Whip, and whose
ple believe the United States should pull up stakes and forget of little ways that year, teachers encouraged the children to 1 beautiful widow, Martha, is carrying on successfully the
about the war. However, the president and his advisers must do better, but other children In the same room, with the same
deside what course the nation should take, and that's exactly family backgrounds and basic Intelligence, weren't! expectedto Janus M.Reid,newspaperman, by correspondence, furnished
what they are doing. improve as much so their teachers didn' ask that little ex- < us somt more information progress in MiamI. Joe Taylor I

Lamentably the war has caused billions of dollars and thou- tra from them. ] too, did the samby mail. j
sands of lives, with no end insight. But the end will como and Some sidelights to this experiment are also Interesting. The
we must go along with those responsible for conducting this most improvement: was by two groups- the average students r'e sr
tragedy whether we like it or not. who were neither at the top or the bottom of the school's rank-
Lyndon B. Johnson's record in the White House is one that ing system, and those Mexican-American children who looked f x
he las no reason to be ashamed of. We believe he should be mot like Anglo-Sixoas: : The boys who looked most: Mexican
proud of it. showed the least improvement, reflecting the ten,-her's preju

In spite of all that Is being said against his administration, dices.
there is reason to believe he will be returned to the office of All of this shows how the teacher's attitude towurd children '

President of the United States.GOVERNORS. is often the difference between academic success and failure.America's I : ,
affluent suburbs don't have this problem. Pupils inI I I

ON CRUISE their schools are expected to succeed, and their teachers know i I

Forty-four governors Democrats and Republicans, left this that their job isiopreparethemforcollege.: If they don't, they '
week on the S.S. Independence for a visit to the Virgin Islands. know that the school board will get rid of them, DR. WARD MRS EDWARDS MR. HARLEY
They will undoubtedly enjoy the trip and while doing so, de- Children in ghetto schools need the same kind of belief in
delve Into the nation's political affairs. their futures and extra effort in te classroom I know that The nice letter we received from Stanley"Sweets' Sweeting,
there are many dedicated teachers who could get more money for less work elsewhere, who stay In the ghetto schools and wo would be welcome back to MUmi.

ELECTION OF GOVERNORSIn work hard at teaching their students with the care and love they We had letters and telephonic conversations with the widowof

deserve. But other teachers expect nothing good of their pupils, < one of our best friends, Llama Green, whose late husband,
Tallahassee a political committee discussed and decidedto and get It. ]Dr. Henry Green, accompanied us, with D. A, Douglas, to the
allow the non-partisan election Judges accordance with This Is an area in which school administrators: can bring (Orange Bowl when we were ordered out at gunpoint by police.We .
House Senate versions of the new state constitu:10n. about great changes If they roll up their sleeves and go to will miss these two stalwarts of civil rights. (Pardon our

The committee also voted to provide for judicial nominating work. A lot that Is wrong with slum schools only large amountsof i nostalgia). Douglas, an insurance executive Is in Detroit.A .
commissions, thus limiting somewhat the power of the governor mousy and difficult political policy changes can solve. But native M I la m l fan who now lives In Philadelphia, Mrs.
in appoint ing'Judges to vacancies. The terms of members here is something that: costs no money, oily time and effort 1 Dorothy Johnson Edwards, kept us Informed on Miami's progress
of the commission would expire with the term of each Minority group children, like all children, have enormous I by lending us her Miami Times,to which she subscribed. -
governor. potentials. There Is a genius within them which will\ flower < .
The committee approved the Senate version appointment forth if it is nurtured and etfor.: .
Teachers and school officials So when with
we arrived here two en n n t h s ago, wo cam!
of additional Judges, for any court except the Supreme Court have to change their attitudes and help liberate the great valuable Information that we had gathered from these wonderful -
providing for certification of the Court before human potential of these
a needby Supreme youngsters. i
people. And we increased it with chats from some of our
authorization by the Legislature. Slam schools have been getting an"F" on their report cards
for far In too loa?. They aren't doing! their job, and they are failing Dr. Godfrey Hawkins, Joe Taylor, Clyde Klllens, who gave
their
NEW CITY EDITOR professional duty integrity to the children, the country, and their own i me a five-hour sightseeing tour of Miami and its environs, on

Joining the staff of The Miami! Times this week Is John A. ]Labor Day, in his air-conditioned Cadillac; Father Theodore
Diaz of Philadelphia.Mr. I Gibson, who has as much guts as he has religion; Dr. C. R.

Diaz Is not a stranger to Miami. He is a veteran In the SATURDAY, OCT. 21 IS YOUR LAST CHANCE !Hogan, the dental surgeon: ; Dr. I. P. Davis, Mrs. Mamie Wil-
liams
the
intellectual other
school teacher who In the absence
newspaper field, having served for some time as editor of the ,
Florida edition of the Pittsburgh Courier. TO REGISTER FOR THE NOV. 21 CITY erudite husband, was the person who received us here In

Diaz has spent eight years with The Philadelphia Tribune, COMMISSION ELECTIONA j 1945; Mrs. Evelyn Boggs Evans, businesswoman, and lastbut
jI not least, Congressman Claude We to get time
E. Washington Rhodes, editor-publisher. He will serve as city Pepper hope
I to
reach
the
editor of The Times, replacing Mr. William McBride who has others before long.
now taken over the advertising department COUNTRY FOR ALL
I CAN YOU DO FOR MRS. RANGE WHAT NEGROES DID FOR
This country Is for all !STOKES IN CLEVELAND?
MAYOR CLARK HAS RIGHT APPROACHMiami Divided we will fall
"Together" should be the watchword for all Miami Negro
Mayor Steve Clark's blue-ribbon committee to We are strong when we stick together 1 voters
raise when they go to the polls to vote for city commissioners -
private capital for rebuilding downtown Is an example of lead- White or colored it doesn't matter I< next time That Is impartantbecauselfwe face realities,
ership based realism. We all made this country what it is
on
today :;a Negro can best represent Negroes on any city commission.White .
Without money you cannot do much In today's urban world. We But not everyone is free some are kept away people, too, should support Mrs. Range,because they
Government funds can never be large enough provide solu- are a family of all races I{should want to see a substantial segment of the city's population -

tions to the urban problem of blight and property deterioration. Not We all everyone have the can same enjoy all places I| represented, In order to promote good government,which!
right
]In turn Is good for any city.
Mayor Clark by getting himself ateam first-class money Whether the skin is black or white

raisers, has pinpointed a solution to Miami's biggest single There is room for us all TWO APARTMENT HOUSES DON'T WANT NEGROES
We too
problem.In answer the bugle call i
add.tlon, there should be a flow of money into the Negro Our equal rights we are demanding Reports reaching this observer are that there are two apart-

. community through creation of large scale construction projects Let's get together and come to a peaceful and friendly understanding I Is ment houses In Miami that discriminate against Negroes. One
a high
t stretching out for yearstocomedirectly'benef1ting the i raise; both in the downtown area, close to Flagler
building trades. Alex ;Street and Biscayne Blvd. That's not good for good race rela-
Wiener I tions
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j OFFICE OF EtONOMUOPPORTUNITY Legal Boy Scout Circus At



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NORMAN JONES, Center Attorney Nov. 17-18


In the state and In Tampa there were more political leaders South Florida will see its Scouts in the tri-county area.
:before the i Negro could vote in the Democratic primaries, The Right To Will'Property first "all-boy" Scout Circus Mail orders can be addres-

who could get more tangible "political favors from "down Nov. 17 and 18 at Miami Beach i I sed to the Boy Scout Service
town," than the current new group of political"leaders." Back in medieval days the property of a man who was assumed Convention Hall, when some Center, 4021 NW Seventh St.,
and Elk Grand Ruler, to belong to the crown and the reigning the
J. Finley Wilson, old school politician King gave 10,000 youths from Dade, Bro- Miami, 33126. The center's
of times said, "Politics Is simply I'm for you if you're for property to anyone he chose. The right to leave property to ward and Monroe counties telephone is 6336363. In Bro-
district road board chairman one's family was a royal privilege often bought at cost
me. Vincent Nurrio,as Gov.Burns great present their version of "the ward County, the scout phone
stated, "to the Victor belongs the spoils. These state- by a wealthy nun, or granted to him because of soma single greatest show on earth." number is 523-2380.
ments are the essence of politics in America. service to the crown.
"The Scout Circus goes far Alex M. Balfe, president of
Politics thrives on patronage,the more widespread the pat- While the right to leave property isnolonger one that mast beyond the roar of the crowd the South Florida Council,said
must be bought or fought for less than 50 percent of the in
,
Politicians people
ronage the stronger the candidate and party. and the smell of grease paint," that a 150 piece scout band
do something for someone every day, in order to swing their this country take the trouble to make a will. Thus, you realize according to Daniel H.Wheat- and the carrying 500 American -
why I am spending considerable time the of
vote on topic Wills.
once a
year. croft, Scout executive for the flags will open the show.
The real old line Negro political leaders, wise in the reali- South Florida Council which Following a procession of
ties of politics built and maintained the"political leadership"in HOLOGRAPHIC WILLSA
embraces; the three counties. 5,000 Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts
the Negro com trinities, on this principle of widespread pat-
"The Scout Circus will pre and Explorers, there will be
for the : of doing small favors for people holographic will is one written entirely in the handwriting
ronage many; many sent in its true acts featuring Indian
today's youth pagean-
consistently of the maker and is valid only when it complies with the statutes
and proper light," Wheatcroft try, physical prowess, camp-
of the state in which it is executed. WARNING FLORIDA
of :
1. misdemeanors out
For they got you jail-and paid your
said. "It is the Scouts' way of ing, pioneering and various
fine. 2 For felonies, they got the charges reduced, squashedthe DOES NOT RECOGNIZE HOLOGRAPHIC WILLS. Do not saying what's good about the other Scouting Skills.
charges provided defense attorneys, if convicted they got attempt to write out your will in your own handwriting, if you youth of America. Samuel L. Higginbottom
do it will have no force or effect. These type wills cannot beprobated ,
could
light sentences and early parole. 3.They get needy per- "As the circus unfolds, the Eastern Air Lines Vice President -
sons on relief, welfare get hospital bills "taken care of." here.
audience will have a chance to is general chairman of
4. For immediate needs they; provided coal,wood,paid utility In some states such as New York, holographic wills are valid see the value of the educational the circus committee.Servingwith
bills, paid rent to keep you from being thrown out on the street If made by a sailor or soldier in actual service and the will of which him Otho
to sick in must be entirely in his own handwriting. The will Is valid for program scouting are B. Bruce,
sent baskets of groceries, sent the doctor the the Art
leads t o the development of Burns, Robert H. Fite,
lines for the one year after his discharge. Thereafter it ceases to be rec-
early depression days they provided soup hungry
men of good character trainedas Amos Martin Ralph Renick
,
ognized as a will unless he is unable at that time to mike ,
in business one
masses: they could get you Jobs, they set you up participating citizens. the Frank J. Rooney and William
they were always available, anytime of night or day to do youa in the ordinary form. true purpose of Scouting." S. Ruben.
favor, they were the political, economic and oftimes the social
Two performances will be The 20,000 Scouts in South
leaders of the Negro comm'mity their leadership was WILLS BY WORD OF MOUTH
,
presented at 7:30 on each of the Florida are in 631 units, including -
earned. two Cub scout
evenings. packs
Wills passed by word of mouth are called nuncupative wills. ,
Details of the show and
were revealed troops explorer posts. Ex-
They are recognized by law. However, the law does not favor
at an executive com- plorers include Air Scouts and
them except where the makers are soldiers in active serviceor
I mittee meeting Tuesday Sept Sea Scouts.
Phil OssoferTuesday sailors at sea. They are in many cases permitted for civi-
The 631
lians, but their validity is strictly held to the provisions of the 26.Tickets Scouting groups are
at $1 will be avail- sponsored by institutions
October 24 is unity ..the highest form possible statutes of the state in which the maker has a residence. Asa
United Nations Day. While and so necessary to Improve general rule these wills can be made only in what the Court able beginning Saturday Sept. and organizations throughoutthe
30 from some 20,000 Boy area Wheatcroft said.
there is controversy in the hum
world; indeed, within our own Albert Einstein, whose During? World Wir I, George Mailer, who was with the
country, as to the advlseabll- genius ushered in the nuclear American Army in France, declared to some of the men with

ity of a unity of nations in one age, pointed out the weaknessof whom he was: friendly, "If I should not coma back, I want my FAWC Asks GovernorTo

international agency, it is apparent national unity for this day, mother and no one else but her,no matter what happens, to get

to me that such an or- saying, "Nationalism is an infantile all I have: coming from the government and I want: to tell this

ganization a must. The needis disease. It is the measles to enough of you boys from ho no so some of you will go backto
as urgent today as the need, of mankind.' tell what I want: in case I do not." Call" legislature

200 years ago, of the,federation Ma llery died in France still in the army Accepting this oral

of states which became the Well, we've grown up! The! declaration as a will,the Court said that since Ma llery's statement Cocoa. Highlighting the quest your serious consideration -

United States of America.Had lower forms of unity in this of his wishes was male during'active military duty and Fall Meeting- of the Executive in working out details ofa
the states refused to federate, age are like milk, and univer- before three witnesses, it was; a valid nuncupative will. session
Board of the body was the de- special legislative
our country would have become sal unity is like the strong In Florida, oral wills are yalid only for passing personal cision of the Florida Association during which solutions to the 1

a maze of small coun- meat which! according to Paul property NOT LAND. The oral statement must be made before of Women's Clubs, Inc., serious educational problems

tries like those of Europe, with .belongeth to them that are three witnesse s and made during the last illnessand written to J Join with other grops in which exist in our state may be
the exception of a common ton- of full age, even those who down within sixdays after it set out under the laws of that urging Governor Claude Kirkto worked out. We sincerely sup- ,
but with conflicting laws. reason of use have their I state.
gue, and t Immediate
give serious considerationto port r e q u e s
Imagine, needing passport senses exercised to discern Because a will is made, and offered for probate does not calling an Immediate ses- legislation for the b e n e fit of
travel from state to statel! both good and evil."(Hebrews necessarily mean it will be accepted. You have a right to con- sion of the Legislature.Miss the children of Florida.

Each age brings a new,higher 5-14.) test a will, provided you have good reasons. Sometimes, one Alice E. Moore, FAWC Miss Alice E. Moore presi-
form of unity, as the world I visualize: the true United person passes so much influence over another that he is able President, of West Palm dent FAWC.

evolves and progresses. At the Nations of the future as a to substitute his own private aims for another's wishes. In'aw, Beach, was empowered by the Hostesses for the one-day

time of Abraham, family unity spiritually oriented agency this is called "undue influence" To prove a case of undue Influence delegates in attendance rep- session which was held in the
was the standard of ethical built on the plan of federation upon the mater of a will the following factors must' auditorium of
resentatives of over 80 attil- Today Newspaper -
life. Muses brought tribal which brought all the states of generally be shown to be present. here members of
lated clubs to relay to the were
unity, which was; followed In our country together. believe ((1)) A person unquestionably subject to such influence. ((2)) Governor the concern of the the Georgia Edwards Ayer
the time of Jesus by city-state we will see this organizationin Opportunity to exercise t such Influence and the effect the
membership about the State Club Mrs. Mattie T. Brady
unity. Muhammad's day marked full working order as soon wrongful purpose, ((3)) A disposition to influence unduly for the Education Crisis. President, and the Sunlight,
the of nation as our great land itselfof of favor.
beginning purges purpose securing an improper'
text of which Club
The a telegram Mrs. S. K. Whaley,
building, and la this day, who Its Inequalities of race,becoming -
was sent to the Governor and President. R
can deny the need for a higher a spiritual example for
other leaders .
legislative : Welcome greetings were
form of mitT ..universal the entire world to follow.
,
I: letters. ,To The EditorEditor As representatives of over given by Mayor Dale Bryant,
1200 Negro Women community Mrs. William Bailey Presi-,

: leaders of our State, the Florida dnet 0 f the Community Wo

Associaton of Women's men's Club, Rev. A. Tookes,

Tan !Xbpics Thank you very much for the. October: 6, 1967 issue of your Clubs, Inc., meeting in executive Mrs. H.W. Jerkins, and rep-
newspaper article "Off My Chest." session at Cocoa on Sa- resentatives of the hostess,
turday voted to urgently re- club.

4 11 want, in behalf of all physical education teachers in Dade

County, to congratulate you,as one of our local newspaper editors -
I $ ., 1
j '..t.1-'1, t ,. who possesses enough forsight and initiative to publish Seen With A Negro Girl
one's opinion and beliefs concerning existing problems in the I
general field of education and particularly physical education.

He Is Attacked And RobbedBecause
\ While the focus has been placed largely on the physical edu-

cation teacher's Importance, there is sufficient Informationand he 36 did not
was seen es- reach his destina-
evidence available to give some guidelines and discern- corting anattractive Afro- tion with his lady friend. He
ment into the problems of "plain education' which includes
American white ,
young lady, a gave police 15000 NE llthA ve.
physical education and all other subjects which attempt to develop man was attacked and robbedof as his address.

and cultivate a child both mentally, physically, and $60 and his watch, last week, The amorous gentleman told "
morally. I trust the message is clear enough for the visionsof in the vicinity of NW 79th St. police that the attack took

all citizens, including math and science teachers,bankers, The man had left a bar in the place in the parking lot of the '

t 4 / and governors.For neighborhood and was affectionately Doubledeck Bar, 726 NW 79th

t taking the young lady St., where he had picked up his
some unpopular reason, editors of our other local news- home, so Mr. John Bradley, would be friend.
papers do not possess the affirmative ml'ntalpicture, regard-

Ing public opinion, as you have displayed.The .


Miami Times is a newspaper with a Journalist with a huge

f volume of positive thinking. In the future, I sincerely hope
M other local newspaper editors will put their headgear on and MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE

=mot '. Join the team. MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY

APPRECIATE DOING BUS INESS WITH YOU.
Please continue to showcase such assets, which are the pub-

CITY MATERNITY HOSPITAL BUT PLEASDON'T E; lic's priceless expectations, as you have done in the past THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.

'f Issues. I remjln yours for positive thinking In Dade County, PLEASE PATRONIZE THEMlLET'S
RUSH ...I ONLY WORK THERE Florida, and America ,;

:>H..S.T4 t4Tv p@ r- .c. Freddie F. Pittman

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Party giving is loving. ,
It is giving. It is sharing. BY PRISCILLA REDDING
It is everybody's chance to light a little
candle in the sometimes gloomy
corners of the world. The Stewardess Board No. Ain of Martin Memorial AME
Someone has said that life itselfis C'wrch' is having their Twelth Anniversary on the Fourth Sun

a party; you join after it's day at 3:00 p.m. October 22.

started and you leave before The commuil.'.ty Is invited. Rov. R. H. Johnson, pastor.
It's finished. Rev. M. C. Jenkins of Amo:ices Ga.will deliver the sermou

Elsa Mazwall Sunday, October 22, at Second Baptist Church.Rev,J. A. Per
xwa guson, pastor. The community Is invited to the 11 o'clock ser-
The Greater Miami _+ vices.
Urban League Guild's Twilight Harvest
Show Case Dancette was enjoyed by more than 1800 of Miami's You are cordially invited to Usher Board No. Ono of Second

"Beautiful people" at the New Everglades Hotel,Sunday,Oc- Baptist, Third! Anniversary.
tober 15."How. Tie program will begin Friday evening with Rev.Falson and
sweet it is" to be remembered when you are alive! congregation from Moaning: Star \, hpurrite. The program .
The Guild remembered their ten-year faithful, cooperative will continue Sunday, October 22, 3:00p.m.. with Rev.
workers by presenting each their created Extended Service W. F. Tanner of St. Mary of Coconut Grove. Won't you please
Award. come onf and support this occassion.

Receiving awards were Mesdames: Muriel Vaughns, vice- Sunday, October 8, the Royal 20's Women's Club met at the
president; Sarah Pullom, co-chairman of the home of Mrs. Rosa Lee Hall ((11321 Polk Street). The atten-

affair; Essie Hagans, Maude K. Reid, Mar- .J" dance was good and plans wore made for their Annual Tea.
garet Davis, Josle Roberts,Carlee Daniels, .) t If; The public is invited to the Annual Tea which will be held
Eugenia Mitchell and Olivia Rogers. at the Bonded Collection Agency on 7th Avenue. The tea will
These awards were presented by Ann : .", '.,,*.' .". f- 1 l'tV bo held on the fifth Sunday, October 29.
Lindsey Packard, president of the Guild.Ann I A "L." t Neighborhood Meeting resumed it's second meeting of the
was presented a similar award which was ,,,'\....,.'f., :7i:..' "'," I.&,..t/4 year, October 14 Plans were continued. Mrs. Charles Brooks
y presented by Ruth North Polite, general is in need of adult volunteer workers. Meetings are held oncea
Donna Benton was elected Virginia State College. She is
ANNE chairman of the successful affair. month.
-- .. .. o .._ first attendant to Miss Homethe daughter of Mrs. Daisy House guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Auouer gainering 01 ""tseauiiiui reopie" coming last weekend at West Perkins of 423211 Ct. Gray(14000 Monroe
were guest at the Episcopal Churchwomen St.) is his sister Mrs. Edna Jones of Mt. Olive, Mississippi.

of the Church of The Incarnation, Eleventh Saturday, October 21, at 12:00 noon Miami Springs Villas We hope you will enjoy your visit in the cominui'ty of Richmond -
Annual All States' Tea on Sunday, Octo- Playhouse Florida Room will be the scene of AAUWs Octo- Heights.
ber 15, at the Police Benevolent Hall, 4343 ber Luncheon. Miss Shirley Levan wish to thank one and all who helped In
NW 17th Avenue. The fashions for the show Summer jobs for college students in January? making her Sweet Sixteen Party a success.
were from Mrs. Mattie Allen's, Patricia'sInc. That's right. January not June. The community of Richmond Heights mourns with Mr. and
., 5845 NW 17th A venue-- chic and sleek, The program, beamed primarily at girls, is sponsored by Mrs. Charlie Harper (Bobbie) over the death of her grand-
vltllllntt "' -II..&.... ..'Cu.. _....... ."'... _'.....AI. sue' Southern Bell Telephone Company which is annually faced with mother sister Bryant. The funeral will be held Wednesday, at
bh'I;;and the fabulous wigs by Mr. Harvey' MAUDE an increase in service demands January through April. 4:00: p.m.
We were grateful indeed for the high measure of understanding Application can be made through Southern Bell Employment The prayers of the community go with the following: Mrs.
and support which has been given by Mrs. Mattie Allen, offices downtown the Westchester or Little River offices or Maria Johnson of Fillmore Street, The sister of Mr. Lawrence
Mrs. Azalee Hunt, and Mr. Harvey. with Financial Aid personnel at Miami-Dade Junior College Brown and the wife of Mr. C. Daniels.
Orchids to .d If you live in the community of Richmond
Mr. Arthur L. Evans and Miami Northwestern campuses.And Heights and you
Senior High School Vibrettes for the melodious renditions.We now they are four. Henry and Jewel have any news of Importance,that you would like to have printed -
thank you with all our hearts for the generous support, which Young are the parents of another daughter, ( please contact Priscilla Redding(14620 Polk Street) or by
you have shown us. April Michelle who arrived at Mt.Sinai Hos- phone ((235-4465) anytime Saturday

The winners were: Mrs. Leonard(RozenaAshe,California, pital, on Monday, October 16, Michelle ..
First Lady; Mrs. L. L. (Beatrice) Richardson, Second Lady weighed in at S Ibs. 12 oz. Now, daughter, 0
and Mrs. Sheba Martin, Third Lady. Trad has a playmate.Mr. I S.rJ. CLUB COOKOUTYou
Three "women of achievement" .were honored Monday at Herman Williams visited his son, GOBLINS TEA
n IUB yaw wiuuiu uuiuiuuuuy; Lieauers Luncheon, uy Carroll whn Is nlavirur nro.football in Mon
sponsored -
are cordially invited to
the Dade Business and Professional Women's Club.The Ever treat Mr. Williams also visited Expo 67. JEWEL
a cook-out to be given by the
glades Hotel was the setting for this event that honored Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Ned(Dorothy) PlctstockofBlmlnl are the parents North Dade Sunshine Community Come to the Goblins Tea and

Rosemary Usher Jones, an attorney; Dr. Mary P a t r a s, a of a baby girl Zasa who arrived at Cedars of Lebanon Club at the homo of Mr. gobble as much as you can,St.
physician, and Miami. City Commlss oner Athalie Range,Con- Hospital on October 10.The Pickstocks returned to their homeon and Mrs. Edwin Rogers, 2571 Francis Xavier School, 1632

gratulations! Saturday, October14. NW 153rd Ter., October 21, NW 4th Ave., from 4 to 6pm.,
Dr. Donald R. Hopkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hopkins, Volunteers still needed to do the job well on United Fund at eight o'clock In the evening. Sunday, October 29, sponsored -
1359 NW 75th Terrace, has accepted a two-year assignment Sunday, October 29. Sign up today! Mrs. Cleve Price is president by St. Jude's Guild of St.
in Sierra Leone with a smallpox eradication team. The pro- Here from Tallahassee for a visit with his daughters. Viva Francis Xavier Church.
ject is directed by the National Communicable Disease Cen- Coleman and Angenoria paschal is Mr. Elvis Spearman.
ter of the U. S. Department of public Health.
Mrs. pleasant George has returned to her 55th Street home

after vacationing in the Bahamas. Accompanying Mrs.George MIAMI RINKEY DINKS
were nephews, Godfrey and Hezron Davis who are joying EXOTIC FASHIONS &
their. first visit to Miami HOLD MEETINGThe WBEAUTYIG lo
outoftownIn our city for the funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth N
Brayant, mother of Mr. Howard Bryant are Mr. Clifford Miami Rinkeydinks had
their second meeting of the Expert Hair &
Simon, Jacksonville; Murphy Bryant, Newark; Mr Clyde Wednesday October 11 Wig Styling
year ,
Thomas, Daytona Beach and Mr. and Mrs. Van Sirmon, Lees- :'
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with Rlnkeydlnk Mary Colden
burg.
Miami's loss is St. Petersburg's gain in v: as hostess.As By MISS EffIE

Rev. Bragg Turner's resignation from Dade usual, they had their inspirational -
County's school (Dunbar)system Rev.Tur- + period led by the FORMERLY WITH CAESAR'S BEAUTY CELEBRITY LOUNGEr

ner and his family (wife, Versle, and children chaplain, Rlnkeydlnk Zelnn .
Jot and Vincent will mlvetost. Peters- = .
Black. This was followed by Introductory
burg where he CiItN Offli"'c
will undertake
pastorial I the business session with our > fir." '"' :,
duties on November 5, at Bethel Metropolitan F1I [
president, Rinkeydlnk Flo r.Mfft. \
Baptist Church.We Hawkins presiding. FREE MANICURE : ; '
hope that God's will "
grace accompany i: :
you t h r o u g h o u t the remainder of your life and that He may Most of our business was WITH .. .
grant you peace and health. devoted to the planning of the ., ,Ii 'I\\' I

Mr. Jack Packard, New York businessman jetted to Miami post-Columbus Day tea, Sun- SHAMPOO & PRESS ,; (
$3. 50
to give moral support to his lovely wife,Ann, who is presidentof day, October 29, from four until k kRelaxer
the Urban League Guild. Jack jetted to Bimini before re- six, at the homo Rlnkey-
turning to New York City. dink Ann Lindsay .We

Get well wishes to Christine M. Eve at Baptist Hospital; then discussed briefly our an- Shampoo ,& Set $15.OO&UP. ,
Carnarie Hayes at home; B. J. Guilford at hornI -}. nual dansette which is
wish to welcome to our staff Mr. John Diaz, City Editor. scheduled for April 28. You
The appointment of a man of your attainments is the best assurance will be hearing more of this
that the task will be capably performed. Your accep- affair at a later date.
tance of this post may well be hailed with satisfaction.
The hostess then feted the
Mark your calendars: Sunday afternoon, November 26, at members a delicious repast, Wlgle FoH3 =1 Iigs ..F M. .r,,; w Cuo Ce ir ad ";,
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2:30 p.m. Dade County Auditorium, join us in a "fun time," turkey with all the trimmings.! + ,
at the Dade Family Opera, "Madam Butter y." November 13, 5'M.fSt *
the "Night of Jazz" concert master-mtndedbYLoIIIsArm.
SWEET SIXTEEN
strong. .
When the leaves begin to fall in the North and there's a nip BIRTHDAYIt I stNiit CreditTKi
in the air, Miamians begin to pack for home. Just back after s'A
their usual summit In Fallsburg New York, Helen and Zack was a gala evening and a
Johnson have opened their home. (compete surprise for Sonya

After a most relaxing two months in New York renewing acquaintances Bethel, Oct. 10, when friends

and visiting relatives she had not seen fo oh, so helped to celebrate her Sixteenth TO SEE OUR WIGS AT
HOME Call
long, Alice Hall is home. birthday.: The place w\ 625-0441
the party room Toby's Cafe
Wedding bells will ring Sunday, October 29.at Mt. Zion Bap- terla. Tile guest Included
tist Church for Miss Hesterlne Pittnun and Mr. James M. 1 band members, fellow seniors 15980 N.W. 27th Ave.
Ford. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Lonnie mixed chorus manors; and

'; Pittrain. The groom-to-be is the son of Mrs. Mary Ford Williams I cheerleaders of Miami Jack- Open Tues-Thurs 10a.m. to 7 p.m.Fri108 Sat. 10-6 _
; and the late Dr. Robert Ford. j son High School. ,
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.... by President Gloster were selected from
that a chapter of phi Beta 60 applicants and jiL% w
Kappa the most outstanding of the stringent !
the honor societies in American ,<
Colleges and universities,
was approved for Morehouse Free -
College on August 29, duringthe BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING
28th triennial meeting of Free Chest LINE-0-TYPE
the Phi Beta Kappa Council at available on the
Duke University. Seal Mobile Chest THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Test cases before three-judge
t Morehousewas the only of the 1>2.1e..MoiU'oo ede al courts. In both Kansas and.:Texas_(and filed by school
losis and
Southern Institution and one of eacnersj requiring teachers ana other pun-
eight schools in the nation to Association, employees to sign loyalty oaths, have
receive a charter. County residents held to be unconstitutional Lend
t age and over, at the a hand at
The other schools awarded ground-breaking ceremonies 4
............... charters at this meeting were location: Miami's new Florida Memorial College ,
II .-..: the University of Notre Dame, Monday, Oct. September 24 were three prominent Mi ,
? Macalester College, the University day, Oct. 20th, matrons;City Commissioner M.Athalie '
"' of California at Davis, Super Market, ; vice-chair: of Dade County school
1:; St. Louis University, the University Avenue. Hours Helene Vosloh; Mrs Royal W. Pur-
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of California at Santa Wednesday, wife of FMC's president.. Each don "
Barbara, MuhlembergCollege Tuesday, steel helmets and worked with__sholvels_ __ ___.
n
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... .",1'f.. day, 1-4 and 5-8.
.'OJ".L.r and Michigan State Uni-
".- NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Among the twelve 100%schools for
Taking full advantage of EO Pl"s Management Internship Program ton, Virginia. Says: Miss Minijo, "After the training Ear lington Heights,Glade view and KelseyPharr ele-
I Is Miss Edna Mi&jo, 23, archltectual draftsman apprentice this program( I hope to develop my drafting skills were included. Agent Larry Forman writes in
with Arthur L. Breakstone (Engineer and Architect) of my potential so that I can become i first rate nightclub star and embryonic actor Calico Clint Is first ,
in South Miami. She is a graduate Hampton Institute, Hump- later a licensed architect." performer to Join the Merry-Go-Roundplayers ? Fol- '
the excitable and well-planned "McDowell Day" cere
(Oct. 15))that honored retiring Church of the Open Door
Henry C. McDowell, the life-size oil painting unveiled
his honor, will hang In Fellowship Hall- now retagged Mc-


SALT Hall.WATER TAFFY: All Florida teachers are urged to

on the happenings in Orlando's Tangerine Bowl Sun
during their D-Day (Decision Day) Meet. Classroom
Association's president, pretty Janet Dean's special
.r of five (to undertake a study of the current make
'<. of Dade County Florida Teachers Credit Union)has placed
Pin c k n e y as CTA treasurer The committee was
m e d with a view towards Improving communications

: t' the Credit Union and CTA; and of regaining CTA repre
on the credit union's board of directors.
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THE WEEK'S WASH: Former Brooklyn Dodgers ace bur let
Newcombe reported broke Satchmo Armstrong, due
Marine Stadium with his five.lInn combo and show, re
,a blew 65 Grand In Lake Tahoe bookings, due to the high
there which affects horn blowers' breath control ,
Bubbles of the once-famous comedy dance team of Buck
FF4.v'J Bubbles (Buck died several years ago) now ill in New
Roosevelt hospital.. .Rufus Beachem a Main Stem hit. :

m THE GUTTER GAZETTE: Miami Times new city editor John
hh Diaz had as his guest companion during his Initial social
since his re-entry upon the Miami scene, the late Sam
t
Solomon's lovely widow Martha Solomon.. The pair arm-
during the Urban League Guild's Everglades Hotel wel-
k
S'' last Sunday p.m. The Jimmy (Hortense) Lucas' ,
h -addition has already received its Episcopal blessing,
by Fr Elisha S, Clarke of Transfiguration.

3 r 3- 5 k 'ytN i ser CS STUFF ANDSUCH: Former coloratura and Richardson Mor
.5S assistant Cheri Mills Boyer floored at home with a min
Y { stroke. Give a fine trouper and tine individual a brief visit
Albertba buncombe to medical center for cardiograph of
U. S. post office guard Fred Brown ailing in Mem
(Hollywood) hospital. Tony Armbrister,like his dad,
(sports purveyor for this tab) sports editor of Florida
4 M's campus rag FAMUAN Delores Washington new
..?5 r member at Dunbar elementary.

SWEETS TREATS: Hilson and Mable Robinson due in from
today (Oct 19)) could be the bouseguests of Edwin and f
Rogers of Opa-locka. Louis Armstrong's Jazz cor-
"Wild Bill" Davison rapidly recovering in Los Angeles
perforated ulcers The Phillip Wallaces Jockeying
{ Chrysler New Yorker. Mount Sinai hospital LPN Mary
Ns back from her initial Nassau vacation. Dunbar ele
sixth grade instructor James Kirnes bedded with ul
in Mt Sinai hospital.. Card him at Room 636.
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MIAMI MUSINGS: Louella Thompson's m.1terMrsStella
ailing at Parkway General hospital. Linton Ber-
aunt Mrs Lillian Alexander his houseguest from Nash
Tenn. Look for Dunbar elementary physical.educa
"" ) instructor Rev. Bragg L.Turner to resign his school post,
/ 'i take up the pastorate of a Baptist church In St. Petersburg.
Ji resignation papers will be filed sometime next month. .
correct Joycelyn Knowles should shed
.;;... ':"" ',', .' : :; :' ; I foot cast (shackled since Sept 4)sometime today (Oct 19)). I

....'., ,
r : YOURS: Look for fireworks to sparkle
', >f: ./ g ,':; that high school filly says "I will" to the ex-partner of
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: highly-strung former schoolroom instructor ,.Herb Al-
4 :
< : 1 h Tia Juana Brass, labeled hottest show draw in the biz,
4S J grossed $16 million to date. Optimist Club's
{ Every one you light you lifta.. : ; I quarterback 95-pounder Vincent Duncombe, away from
j: : with an injured leg. Elouise Farrington re-en
St Francis hospital Add October Birthdays; Enid
Viceroy's good 11. Bernice Johnson, 12. James Youngblood, 15
< : Helen Ross,Nathaniel Bradwell, 16. That's it brother,
your one-man-newspaper, who knows everybody and

iy never quits. : ; : break.'. racket, but who is allways giving some poor suck


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Cancer Society Holds Fair JACKSON'S TODDLE INN PARENTS CLUB. .
The parents club of Jack- per level of th particular
) # Fifty organizations have One o f the last of the old- son's Toddle Inn held its initial grade. The 'teachers are
: ,J: combined to presentDade'sfirst time organ grinders will be of the have levelsof
1 ,11' meeting year.Irrespective learned high
all fair for the sole
day there and entertainment takes
of the inclement weatherthe knowledge skills and com-
t' benefit of the American Can- place hourly. Appearing will attendance was over- and able to prepare the youth
cer Society Saturday, Oct. 28, be
: the Mummers String Band, whelming. The, staff, officers adequately for the increased
at Hialeah Race Course, from the Hialeah High Band
;" '\ } ,square and Supervisor Mosely were responsibilities of citizen-
"';.i i" ; ":!' ''I.i" 9 to 6. Parking and admissionare dancers, and a pop quintet, pleased with the tremendous ship.
", ., free. each m. c. 'd by local person
: response of the parents toward ,
BY MAMIE BONDU 4 !, i' Each participating group, alities. the It is always a pleasure for
t, '. .,t ranging from school age to Open to the public is a year's program.It the parents to meet and look
'" senior citizens will have a Christmas decoration contest. forward to a new year of goals
Our city is an "accident prone" city. With the number of is particularly noted that
booth with a holiday theme First prize is a three-day for the benefit of the young
cars 0 n the road, I think we do quite well in comparison with Professional artists have do- cruise to Nassau,second trad- Mrs Jackson- Moseley and citizens. Immediate activitiesare
other cities our size. But,I think we have fewer accidents be- nated handpaintedChristmascards. Ing stamps, and third a tran- her staff recognize that par- the annual Halloween
cause most of us are defensive drivers.. we look out for the sistor radio. ents have a genuine and keen Party and the ThanksgivingFeast.
other guy most of the time. Then we have those few who r interest and concern in the The parents were commended -
will drive out of a parking space without looking around to see Tea on Sunday, October 29 from 4-6 at the home of Rinkydink educational quality of materials for the cooperation
if traffic is clear .. those who tailgate those who do not Anne Lindsey. Send your contributions. They do a wonderfulJob used by the pupils in they so unstintingly.
let the fellow in front or behind him know what ho is going to in helping students. ..The Harvest Time Twilight Show the chool- they give the best. gave
do. That is what I am coming up to. The question is all about Case given by the Greater Miami Urban League last Sundaywas
singnalling when changing lanes. Well, if the police would fol- a huge success. The Everglades Hotel was the place, and The results are outstanding.Most We are launching another
low mefor a few blocks he would Just have to give me a ticket, everyone reports that they really enjoyed it. That is it for students who leave Jack- big year for little people, who
because that fellow who is taUgateing me is going to get a sig- this week. Till the next one .. LIVE LIFE EVERY GOLDEN son's and enter public school are the big people of to-
nal and a c o u pIe of flashing brake signals added on if I am MINUTE OF IT, AND TO MAKE THE WHOLE WORLD SMILE are tested and placed in the up- morrow.
changing lanes, because he Just might decide to go in that lane EVERYBODY SAY "PEACE."
at the same time. We are second guessbg what the other guy
is going to do, anyway so a signal would help no hinder. 1 1IL ; S\I PR'ZES PRIZES
This is one law I cannot understand. A signal should be required BOBBY MARSHALL
when parking, leaving a parking place changing lanesor
making turns. This is one gal's opinion,and I would like to PRESENTS
know how others feel about it. If we can get something goingon THE MASK BALL
this, we might be able to change this to a requirement instead -

of a ban. When we leave home in our cars, we certainlywant ,"... .I 1 ,, '
to return safely and the only way we can do that is to pay : .. '\ \ Of X67Hoiowe
attention to the other driver and hope that he will let you know \ Ii, .iJ:"

what he is doing.Our City asks us to drive defensively can you I '" ;'f. '''MI' / en Night/
drive without help from each other???While I am on the sub- ,,," d '," ,.,
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turn red "' 4 "
to mike r.
ject of traffic, if you are not going a right on ,
stay in the left lane, and give the traffic the right away. We Pictured above or. finalists. In last y.or'sMasau.rod. Oct 31
are so accustomed to driving in the right lane, that the idea has Ball.
Winner was the blond., third from the .
not really sunk in yet. This was very good idea to speed up right.Gye'deea'
traffic, and I have noticed that those who are turning right on : HURRICANE BOYS FEATURING THE STARRING

red, are being more cautious at these intersections becauseof Present Their Miss Mother
traffic coming the other way. Everyone thought that we would CONTINENTAL
have a rash of accidents because of it, but it has worked out 8th ANNUALMASQUERADE L t Joan Plucker
9ell. I am as guilty as anyone of blocking the right lane at intersections BALL

and I will be more careful, if you will. and SHOW Candy WITH

PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: James R. Jackson ( New Produced by FRANK WILLIAMS & ROCKETEERS
Career Program DALLAS CETTE ROSETTE \
Halloween. FEATURING
Night
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Margie Baker (JMH Emergency Tuesday October 31, 1967 LITTLE BEAVER & LOUIS HOWARD \:

Room) 9 P.M Until? Phil Harris, M. C.
ALSO
THE LOVELY 1
VIP OF THE WEEK: Mrs.SerellaGrantDadeCounty Welfare) Sit fIt K ic e scat 'S'
.. ,, OAf Vanilla Williams Qti
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ADVANCE $2.00: DOOR
Dave*and I ire always preaching about sticking together Sod -',> t, $2.50 '

helping one another, instead of tearing each other down. This Tickets on sale at C.tt. Routt., 6131 NW 7th Ave. 'l// %*S. DISC-O-TEC Sr S
was "brought home tome"last night,when a young man whomwe and the Sir John Hotel.
helped get a Job a few years ago, came to us and offeredto .
i
help someone else. He is now in a position to give Jobs to at
least ten persons, and Just out of appreciation for what Dave Because of the absence of 1
had done for him when he was "down and out," he is willingto rivers with their cloudy sedi- I
The/ Decathlons
help others. This is the type thing we are always saying. ments, Bahamian waters are Socio-Civic Club
You might not get back what you give from the same person the clearest in the world.
( and nine times out of ten, you don't), but someone else will
do something nice for you or for others because of what you do. Invites you to attend its annual
Not only is it a good feeling to know that you have helped some-
one, but to know that others are benefiting from one little HERE'S PROOF YOU'LL r
j something you did a long time ago Is a feeling that we all :: .
LIKE OUR PRINTING
I should experience. It will make a better person of each of us. :
Do something good for somebody else and get that feeling. It's Miss Decathlons i (
like sitting on top of the world. Quality Job; Budget Price

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Did you register yet?Are you No Job Too large or Small Coronation Ball

ready to vote ???Nowlookahere. if you moved, you gotta Deadlines Met on Time a
register again. If you have never registered and voted you
gotta do it now. October 21 is the last day of registration, and Satisfaction Guaranteed .
If you think your little vote won't matter, you have another
thought coming. Every little Bit helps. Mrs.Range needs you. and. our customers come back!
Steve Clark needs you. That young man named Ferre, who has At The BeautifulGulfstream
done so much for Negroes in and out of his business ventures Miami Times
needs you. You must register and vote. If you need transpor- Room
tation to register,call Mrs.Range's headquarters,and she will t
send someone to pick you up and take you to register and bring FOR ALL YOUR PRINTING NEEDS- 1
you back home. Now what more could you ask for. I would vote CALL 691-0421 Bayf root Auditorium \
for you, but they won't let me,so this is one thing you gotta do
for yourself and'your community. Let's keep our Mayor and
City Commissioners right where they are and allow them to
TAYLOR MADE .
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continue to do the fine Job they are doing for us.
Have you been watching TV lately? If you don't like a lot of PANTS October 22nd 1961. :
variety shows, you can sell your set, because that is all that :
is on. They took the afternoon movie off and replaced it with a LATEST SlY LES '
variety show. Late at night, you watch JohnnyCarson or Joey $18.50 and up : .
Bishop or go to bed. What happened to all the good movies? 1 P.M. UntilMUSIC I
Lets have some movies so we will stay up and watch the com- Y'4
mercials, because with the same thing on all channels exceptthe
it as far as a lot of folk are
horror movies, you can forget
concerned. BY BILLY ROLLE' ORCHESTRA f

Dallas of Cette Rosette, George Patterson and Phil Harrisare
working like crazy with Clyde Killens making the Hur- ,
ricane Boys affair Halloween night a huge success. Georgeand A ltiM1 C .NMti M $ ZSREFRESHMENTS
Phil are assisting Dallas in this.Clyde sez you never can BRING YOUR OWN
tell what he might do about wearing that dress. Now that wouldbe
something Mr.and Mrs.Charlie Woods are the proud .
parents of a 7 1/2 pound girl.She Joined baby brother a coupleof
of Mamas and Papas Peggy Green
weeks ago. Speaking
surprised "Babe not only with a happy birthday, but a little BETTER SUITS TABLES FREE
"Babe" on the way Saw Darnell Ward in Hicks Kurl and GOOD PRICES
and Komb the other day. Still as nutty as ever. So thereis PLENTY CLOTHES Advance ""Ticket ale'"at'th''e New Frontier Club, 5757'NW
"Old we've been asking about. Lee ,
Black one of has the gone up gang'to Boston way. Told him it was cold up 1080NW54St 22nd Avenue and the Sportsmen Barber Shop, 6320 NW 15th Ave'.

there. We're looking for him to give up that beautiful, good
Job he took there, for the Florida Sunshine, any day The ALTERATION FREE
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Befog A Black Woman Can '
About STUDENT SPECIAL I
Be A Problem
Photos
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Talk t Being a woman can be a Evidently her Idea scripts
.2 For SOC problem. **,:.i* showing Negro life also came
I BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL : ", Especially Jf you're a black to the minds of the writers of
I SATURDAY ONLYJOHNSON 'woniatfand) trying hard to be a the newlronslde" series,forth
WHAT'S NEW-Adam Clayton Powell message to Harlem successful actress in films, segment currently in pro-
BiminI, Bahamas .- "I do not mind going to Jail for a OF MIAMI r according to vivaciousEna duction finds Ivan "Hogin's
glorious cause. I will not go for what is obviously a vendetta. Hartman. "It's not that I'm Heroes" Dixon cast as afoot-
He said in a first direct message to his Harlem Constituents ) complaining,' she explains, ball star whose brother,play
I feel that Powell shouldpack up and come on home, face Corner NW 38 St. & "because I think I understandjust ed by Don Marshall, becomes
up to his problems and take his seat in Congress. Staying away how tricky the problem of Involved in the numbers racket -
from Harlem, he's only short changing people that put their casting a Negro woman Is. Ena stars as Marshall's
trust In him. The longer Powell exiles himself BiminI, his 12 Ave. "When it comes to the black pregnant wife.
problems will mount up. There's the State Department(Fed- male actor it's fairly simpleto "It's abeautiful script,"
deral) Investigation, (The new Federal Grand Jury Investigaoion PHONE: 6354148'e.MLJEW'S cast him as an electronics says Ena, "which brings out
in Washington, D. C.) plus, the two Court Actions in New expert, a teacher or even a many of the psychologicalscars
York State on account of the Esther James libel action and crutches experienced -
The Big Question! What ever happened toStokely Carmichael? : with few or no problems. by nearly all Negro fami-
Mrs. George Schuyler (wife of the journalist)robbed and beaten "But when an attractive Negro lies la America. Yet It shows
Saturday night by three Negro youths.They took her pocket- I A M I ,DRIVEIIlTHEA : ". girl is put into a film the beauty and strength, too.
book with cash and 50 tickets which she was delivering for a (f!!;', l ItE type of role she's playing is "One thing is certain whenit
towa ball memorial for her internationally famous daughter, \ overshadowed by one thing:her come to the black actor in
the late Philllppa Schuyler. (Killed in Vietnam doing mis- [8100 NW 7th femininity and appeal to the film industry,"the actress
sionary work earlier this year.) New York's big prob- ;; Ave 63-4211 whomever the mile in the pic- continues, "and that's the fact
lem, "The Hippies." Unbeleavable, they have taken over the ture happens to be.By all stan that overt pressure by various
lower East Village Now there's the Black Hippies, Don dards of logic she Just naturally groups on the film Industry has j
Ramsey and Thomas Dennis involved in the murder of white HELD OVER evolves as a romantic inter- only, if anything, closed the
Hippies (Sweethearts) James Hutchinson, 21, and Linda Fitz- est by virtue of her biological doors tighter. That method
patrick, 18. The Hippies latest attack is against all of the U.S. makeup. simply hasn't worked."
Armed Service Recruiting Stations..."The children shall rule Thru Sot., Oct. 21 "It Just stands to reason that Em's femininity woa't pose I
the world." Protesting Vietnam as "a war of shame." an attractive girl is going to any problems, however, when
catch the eye of any normal she visits Viet Nam from Nov.
--- male and it would appear 17 through Dec 5. The shapely -
uja1TStarts downright peculiar if a film actress has received over
dared to ignore this fact.How 3,000 letters from admiringfans
ever, people who make films in the war zone and her
are presently leary of showing trip is a direct result of their
interracial involvementson requests.
rI the screen." When told that several big-
SIDNEY POITIER ROD STEIGER
Ena feels that since the name Negro entertainers have
M problem isn't going to be solved declined to do shows In Viet
in the Immediate future,the Nam because of their opposi-
Sun thru Thurs.PARAMOUNT obvious alternative is to write tion to the war,Ena commented -
more scripts which center that "we can't make this apolitical
o BB around Negro-oriented situations thing. It isn't the fault
r 4 PICTURES presinuYUL of the boys who're fighting and

-..,..."- ,- :-:!. 11'YBRYNNEHOVIRRD. As Ena puts, it, "film mak- dying over there. that we're at
ers aren't prepared to presentthe war.
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ATHALIE RANGE-PRIDE OF MIAMI .- Up here in the New : public with totally inte- "They want, and deserve,to
York area, we are very proud to read of our great Negro (Miami grated marital and social see some black faces among
) Commissioner. City Commissioner Athalle Range has .. situations and this is the sec- the USO groups traveling to
"
been (and still is) a credit to the people of Miami. You can :i:" ond best idea.' that area,"
heck her record as City Commissioner and that alone would ) \
letnyou'Mc<}owfthat; by all moans, "you must vote her back to, I
her seat nth City Commission.Commissioner Athalie Range :M ,
tights hard for a better Miami for all people regardless of '
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race, creed or religion. Each person must be registered properly Nk LIB-CITY ..
so check yourself now. If you have any questions call d
FIRST MIAMI RUN
693-0441 (Mrs deadline
Range's headquarters). Registration
Oct. 21. Don't wait, get on the ball. r ; DRIVE-IN: THEATRE! ; t


REV. EUGENE BERRY-MAN OF THE WEEK. -Formsrly unrma4N
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of Key West, and former pastor of the Tabernacle Community ... aMd AOMlMk Uvllfawi
Church of Jamaica: N. Y, Rev.Eugene Berry is now the residing ..
pastor of the Williams Temple,900 Decatur St. Richmond, : NL ; WtglBE o aXI
Virginia. Home address, 1206 E. 17th Street. Rev. Berry will '
be in M I ia m i on Sunday, Oct. 22. (Expects to call on Ronald
Bethel). Nov 15,Rev.Berry will be the lead speaker at the International -
CME General Conference, Washington, D. C.

5 ALSO ,
FLORIDIAN AROUND NEW YORK.-Barbara Hartpretty SA!
like a picture) former Sir (Miami) Johns' Hostress, in New TARZAN ..SWINGING INTO THE MOST ?
York working at the Most fabulous Caesar's Pad' Eight Ave. 'I I 1 rt
and 111 St. The Kenneth Christians (she's Cathy Hopper) r'7
sending greetings to Big brother,Dr.Eugene Christian of Hal-
landale Wilbur M. Miller, 1297 Hoe Ave. still checking wL1vr4N:
on Margaret and Sandra Perc ell and asking about Rosalind Hep-
burn. (Bronx). Matthew Stephens jr., 2031 Webster Ave., 1 .
Bronx at the 125 Street Cafe Friday night, Partying TECNNI 0 flfl
Mat's wife is the"pretty Luddly Basley" (Avon Park Fla) i1:: a
Teddy Roberts (Mop City Barber) solving his problemsand
doing great. ..Cecil Claire(Bill Hannah's brother inlaw) \
a housing Authority N, Y. Engineer. ,
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TEEN TALK ANDSOUL MUSCSURVEY.-Across the USA A PARAMOUNT PICTURE M MMWSON*AND COLOR .w
(Nation) The number one hit tune Is "r m a Soul Man," (Sam
and Dave) Stax Record. Sam and Dave and their entire Revue, t. ii
featuring, Kim Tolliver and their greatest band in the land, left Tarzan -7:15p.m. & 10:55 p.m.
for England last week on a European Tour(A follow up to Mr. Duel l-9:00 p.m. I LiLI
Soul No. 1)) James Brown just r e t urn e d from England and a
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much successful tour Singer, J. J. Jackson and Chubby ;\
t'fyl7t'y. "
Checker was called in to eplace Otis ReddJg at the 125 Street t : THAT WAS BANNED cOR
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Apollo Theater last week. J.JacksontoB me that Otis Red- .: I" \27. 200 YEARSIFANNY
ding wis sick. James Brown's"Cold Sweat," dedicated to ; HSfr With
the Lucius (Gunner) Kennedys, 3351 Seymour Ave., Bronx.. : ;.:, HILL I
Sam and Dave's, "Soul Man' to McArthur Stephens, 119 1/2 1 \ J' SIDNEY' POtTIER
NW 11 Ter. To Allen and Evelyn Gary, it's Aretha Frank : ri
lin's "Respect." (Fla. A & M Secretary) "Reflections,"
(Diana and the Supremes) dedicated to Emma Reed, Orlando -
Florida.


Wilson Pickett's Broadway,".to (Key West)
Joe Keye. "Little Ole Man" (Bill Cosby) to Bop Brown
(Prop. Jazz Spot. Jackie Wilson's, "Higher and Higher'
to Eureka (Allen) Turner Alfred Chapman dedicates, I
"Linda Jones, Hypnotized" to Phyllis (Allen) Union. to I* I (jet-
that old Buddy Frankie McIntosh, it's Carla Thomas and Otis A j'1 F SLICK BLACK
Redding's "Kndck on wood." ..and now like Aretha Franklin -
DOUILE ACTION
"I will be in Miami on Oct.
says "Take a look at yourself. /COLORS GUY iWJlUaRound
23, for one waek. You can get me by calling TheTinws. Thisis Dancing I Fun 'Til 5 AM I aoisis IMhIKk
Jimmie (Scoop) Bethel saying, "Tlma and Tide wait for no

man. C-U-NX-WK. So long.



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of Zeta phi Beta ors: Gwendolyn Goodman, I Saunders, Third Anti-Basi- leus and Workshop Chairman;

Sorority's Executive Board Gramsaateus Alva F. Price, leus, Dorothy Mckellar, Historian Verney P. Jones, Tamias
and past Basileus met at the Assistant Grammateus Inez C. Foster, Past Grammiteus, Rutl N. Polite,
home of the newly elected Dorothy p. Lee Tamias, W Bas II e us, Marian Shannon, Chairman of the Executive
Basileus, Soror Lenora B. Ann Gaines, Antopokrltis, National Antopokritis, Board and National Officer,
Smith to formulate plans for Fraokye: S. Rolle.First Anti- Marguerite Miller Past Basi- Lenora B. Smith, Basileus.Beta .
the fall workshop luncheon. Bas tIe us. Standing: Shirley

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Mays High Students Receive 3 7:30 Chapter: p.m.Saturday in the,Conference Oct. 21 at Zeta Phi Beta's Fall

0 Room of the Roosevelt Branch I

Zeta Phi Beta Scholorships" of the First Federal Savings: Luncheon And WorkshopBeta

and Loan Association, 6015 Tau Zeta Chapter teristics of a good Basileus

Mildred Hall Delores Par- min: of the Scholarship com- NW Seventh Avenue of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority held and presented the gavel of office -

rish were recent recipients of mittee; and the Zeta's of Mays Mr. Robert Strapp, chapter its Fall Lucheoa and workshop to Soror Lenora Smith.
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Scho High School Faculty. Alva F. president, is urging all mem- at the beautiful: Scanda House "The Newly Elected Basileus
larships.On Price,. Willis A.Gaines,Llllie bers of the Association to be Smorgasbord Saturday Sept. accepted the office with great
Bar t well, Hazel Bohannon, present so that plans may be 16, at 11 a.m. withSororMar- humility and pledge to work
june 6, both recipientsand Margaret Wright and Mae F. further formulated for the Annual guerlte Miller Serving as for a glorious year with Zeta.
Miss Mays High(1966-67)( Crawford. Orange Blossom sslc. Workshop Clulrmin. The gala affair was climax

were luncheon guest of memo Mildred, was Valedictorianof INEZ C. FOSTER All loyal Famuans will be Before the workshop session ed with the recognition of Na-
bers of Beta Tau Zeta Chap her class and recipient of ATTENDS CAREER present. and lucheon, Sorors were tional officers, Sorors;

ter, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, many Science awards.She' was WORKSHOPInez -- welcome by the newly elected Marion H. Shannon, National

Inc. On hand to present the recently crowned "Miss Cinderella C. Foster, helping Bas 11 e u s, Soror Lenora B. Antapokritis, Ruth N. Polite,
scholarships and corsages to 1966-67," sponsoredby teacher for Head Start at Girl Scouts Smith. National Representative tothe

the two deserving young ladles Zeta Phi Beta Sorority,.Douglas Elementary and Poin- The theme for the workshopwas Southeastern Region for Welfare -
was the Principal of the school Inc. Mildred plans to becomea clana Elementary schools, is "New DJ-nensions-Tho EducaUonandHea1th,

Mr. Earl A. Wells, a memberof pharmacist.Dolores will one of the Career Development Offer Night Forward Look," Sorors Rosa Services, and our Immediate(
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity.On pursue a course of Business Coordinators who attended the Lee Fortson : Past Basileus,Rosa Lee Fort-
hand to offer congratulations Administration and plans to workshop for region III at the side Dorothy W. Ad- son. The workshop\ closed with
Inez C. Foster Ruth
to the recipients was become a member of the Atlanta Biltmore Hotel in Atlanta CourseFor N. the singing ofZita"pep.: '
Polite Marian H. Shannon and
Soror FrankyeS,Rolle,chair- Majorettes. Georgia which was held songs.
Frankey S. Rolle served
September 21 23, all adults who could not as
workshop leaders. The theme 3 lots for church or bull-
meet the registration deadline
was adequately demonstratedin
for( the day course, or for those ness.
the various group: discus Corner lots for duplex. Lots
who need event
night training
slons. 75x100. Price $1,500. Income
r due to their working hours,the
m Girl Scout of Tropical: Floridais Prior to the workshop and property fa sal,.
delectable luncheon Soror Need money? Baron 538-
offering a special night Job ,
of the Leader Course. Ruth Polite gave the charac- 1340.

This is a six-session:

course. The locat Ion is, DAVIS
I NIL Church of the Master, 1601

Opa-locka Blvd. (FellowshipHall
large room No. 15)Opa- WINDOWS DOORS

locka. November 6,13,20,and
27, (on Mondays) and November .JALOUSIE GLASS I SOLD

8 and 15,(on Wednesdays). WINDOW GLASS HUNGINSTALLED
Hours are from 7:30: p.m, to
1000 p.m. a REPAIRED
The deadline for registration
is November 1.Miss JeanH. 696-4077 Ave
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.THE MIAMI TIMES, FrtdarOcTobei' 201967 "T3


S. H. Bowles Writes Equal Opportunity Day Carver YMCA To Have

Of
European Trip Halloween Carvinal

Pastor Bowles of Pente- host of other historical places Dinner November 78
costal Apostolic Faith Taber- and things. Plans for the first annual bing, dont throw, fortune tel-
nacle has traveled to seven The smog hanged over the family stule HalloweenCarnival ling, devil's island, wheel of
countries of Europe recently. city as a whole,while Londoners The Greater Miami Urban Gettysburg Address was pre- to be sponsored by the Car- fortune, bingo, fish pond,
Following Is his account cube were busy going about League will observe its ninth sented during the same monthIn ver Branch of the Greater Miami movies and other attractions.The .
trip: their dally tasks. annual Equal Opportunity Day 1863, so it is more than fit- YMCA, has been completed entire staff of the Car-
In a group of 29, we arriv- The peOple of England area with a n awards dinner at the ting that this special obser according to Porter M. ver Branch and many volun-
ed Sept. 17 at London, England.We remarkable, determined Deauville Hotel, Miami Beach, vance be held to coincide with Davis, newly appointed Pro- teers have been mobilized to
lived In Hotel Ivanhoe. people. They have recovered Saturday evening, November18th. the anniversary of this great gram Executive of the Carver make this event a tremendous
There were no baths inside the wonderfully from the Mrs. Louis (Bess) speech by a great Americanwho Branch. The festive activities success. Other members of
room, but they were in another damages. war Glasser, two-term presidentof more than a hundred years will be coordinated by Sandra the staff assisting with the
section of the hotel. However mass production They are dedicatedto of different the League, has appointed ago expressed his hope and Las h 1 e y, group work super- planning and carrying out of
there were clean and nice sur items and Mrs. Maude Reid and Mr. C. concern that all citizens be af- visor. The big event is the duties and responsibilities
are modernizing
roundings. ; P. potter as co-chairman of forded "an unfettered start scheduled for Monday evening, are: Raymon Thornton, Miss
as we are in the
In London the buildings are Therefore there is U. S. A. arrangements. Mrs. Reid Is and a fair chance in the race October 30, beginning at 5:00 Shirley Boddie, Miss Elouises
a Lon-
very old and dirty on the out- don. However some of new the supervisor rf Vocational Home of life" p.m, and culminating at 8:30 Eliard, Billy Hall,Walter Mitchell -
side. damages still,remain. war Economics for Adults! Dade A feature of the dinner will p.m. There will be no chargefor Bob McDuffle, James
Buckingham Palace was County Board of Public in- be the awarding of plaques to admission however; a Dailey and Leroy Taylor.
heavily guarded. Many Our Itinerary for Sunday struction. Mr. Potter is a Vice individuals and firms who have small normal fee will be
hundreds of spectators and night was to visit the "pub- President of Burdine's in made outstanding contribu- vharged for refreshments, The Carver Branch is located
tourists were outside, and crawl" on the Thames River, charge of personnel, and has tions in the field of human relations games and other attractions. at 5770 NW 15th Avenue.
many people were pushed back famous for Its length throughthe been a leader in promoting equal employment, Included in the wide array of The entire community invit-
from the huge front gate.I took City of London. (Yours equal Job opportunities for housing, education, and health fun packed activities will be:A ed to attend. Fun and games
a snapshotofoneottheguards. Truly) drank mineral water at minority groups. and w e 1 f a r e. Those honored costume contest apple b r)- for all.
He looked at me with resent- the pub. Keeping Christian Equal Opportunity Day is a last year were Mrs. Athalie
ment, but permitted me to take faith was very strong! special day set apart each year Range, Bishop Coleman F. SAT., OCT. 21 IS YOUR LAST CHANCE TO
his picture.We Afterwards we returned to throughout the United States by Carroll, Sidney I. Mann. ,and
also saw Westminister the hotel in order to preparefor the National Urban League to the faculty and student body of REGISTER FOR THE NOV. 21 CITY'COMMISSION

Abbey, the Houses of Parlia- our trip to Amsterdam, focus attention on positive ef- Miami JacksonSenior High for ELECTION
ment, Saint Paul's Cathedral, Holland. We were to motor by forts to Insure fair and equal promoting excellent human
London Bridge, Tower of Lon- bus through Inland Tours! treatment of all citizens relations ir the school's mul- BBaBBIHBHH BBBMHiMHl B H
don, Plccadailly Circus and a (To be continued). President Lincoln's famous ti-cultural and everr-chang- Lincoln Fields
Inff environment._ __ __n_ __. _Senator___ _n
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Harry P. Cain Is chairman of ApartmentsRESIDENT
the Awards Committee.
Does Coca-Cola Another feature of the din- MANAGER
c" ner will be a Negro Family of 2045 NW Slid
STREET OX .1-8862
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..... ..... the Year Award, selected by
an impartial panel of Judgesnot Enloy Living' in ,our Cool, Clean Apartment
have the taste officially connected with 1 Offering' Many Features

the Miami Urban The
League.
FREE GAS FREE CITY WATERTile
Rev. Bruce L. Robertson,
tired of? minister of New Covenant
you neverget Presbyterian Church, is Bathroom Free Garbage Disposal
chairman. Newly Painted Refrigerator Gas Stove
"The Urban League's an- Washing Machines Venetian Blinds !
nual integrated dinner servesas Free
Parking Laundry Rooms

Is it always refreshing? the a education promotion means of, persuasion Communicationfor of inter-racial,and Automatic Hot Water Heater

CARETAKERS ON
understanding and good will," PREMISES
I said T. Willard Fair, execu- Weekly Rates.
tive director. "Bi-racial din- $18.00 1 bedroom $22.00 2 bedroom t
Do ners were not of common oc- .
things better Deposit Required
go curance in Miami Hotels whenwe .\
began observing Equal Opportunity -
.f Day eight years ago. ,RENTING OFFICE OPEN WEEK DAYS
with Coke It took a lot of doing to rounu

..........,. up 200 guests for our first din-

after Coke after Coke? 800 ner.in Yet attendance last year and we this had yearwe over VENETIAN RAMBLER'S

for
are aiming a thousand.
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Businessmen who a few years 110" 3 DAYSALE
who arched their eyebrowswhen
approached to buy din-

Ask photographer's assistant Mel Dixon.Let him tell you. ner tickets,now buy extra ones
Write:Mr. Mel Dixon P.O'YJox 480.. Radio.... City Station New York,N.10019 to dispense to their friends! !
.f ./if..: v The price per dinner ticketis
$8.50 and can be obtained
from the Greater Miami Urban t OPEN SUNDAY
e League, 395 NW First Street.
NO CASH DOWN 5::,

PRACTICAL NURSES r ,

ANNUAL TEA SUNDAYThe NO BANK PAYMENTS
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Licensed Practical l&/; 'TIL DEC. 1967

Nurses invite you to their an- : EVERY CAR SLASHED
nual tea Sunday, Oct.22,at the \
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Bonded Rental Agency, Inc. TO THE WISHBONE!
4150 NW 7th Ave.Guest speaker -
d Dr. John 0.'Brown, M, D.
Mrs. Leonora Thomas,
president, Mrs.Anna Tlllman, NEW RAMBLERS

reporter, txiwie_ ii FROM777


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1A THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday.. October 20, 1967 ____ ,Tfitll 1 'I'mt'l'tN
J: t" ALbtKI '' nva..a.suvPost

-. George Chatfield,
.' ':
I' -'" .. "" 11.0"; I'I NW 65th Terr., died 5693 Veterans Of
I
.., CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHSCARD ,
.." his survivors
,.. Among
I .: .....ti: ;; : Wars, of,the United
.::'; '0 \' )\;; ents, Mr. and Mrs. and located inthe City
Chartfield, Sr.; four
T Opa-locka, held it's Ground
Betty, Shirley, ceremoies and ser-

OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe RANGEJohn I Monica; four brothers, Sunday afternoon, Octo-
l William, Rudy and
familyof the late family of the late Lee Murray of 5594 NW jit I cles and aunts. He 1st.

7th Ave., died Thursday, Oct. Wednesday A most inspiring program

MRS. ANNIE MAE KNOWLES 12, in Jackson Memorial Hos i until repose shipping time put together by comrades

BOSTICK pital. He is survived by his ',I at 1:40 where P. Jordan, Emory Gib-

; ''t,,' wife Helen; a son Willie; two p.m. and Jimmie Lucas.
: will be in Macon Ga.
\< sisters Dotha Riggins and Due to the weather the com
,
wish to express their sincere :'n:' i' ; I '" \ A
Dorothy Murray, Funeral ser- decided at the last mo-
and grateful appreciation for Mrs Anna Luvenla
\ '/" /; ; vices will be conducted Fri- that this affair could
the kind words, condolences, \. 2150 NW 74th Terr.,
: .
,
.
\ florals, telegrams, and other ," : ::" "', iJY":.,., I day, Oct. 20, at 3:00 p.m. In '.. .'" 't.. 15. Among her be performed outside so all
'" .
.' In to the
\ t the a parade
chapel.
I expressions of sympathy ex- : : 0 I",... .,, husband, John B.;
; b Of The Transfigu-
u r c
-
tended during their period of ., : Elice, Johnnie, Calvin
bereavement. '.la, ','" ,, Mrs. Dorothy L. Jones oi} ONE OF FIRST NEGRO eral, Gary, Jonathan, .
Special thanks to Rev. ,'. ; 3314 NW 13th Avenue, died and Ruben; five Father Elisha Clarke, Jr.

Samuel Gay and members of Thursday, Oct. 12. in Mt.Sina i POLICEMEN DIES Mesdames Mary Nell both the Invocation

Mt. Herman AME Church, i Hospital. She is survived b]Y Estella Ferguson, the Benediction.A .

Opa-locka, for services rendered her husband, Mack Arthur; a Funeral services for the Lurine, Luetta ; speech and congratula

ETHEL V. TRUMPLER daughter, Emma Jean Fleming I late Alexander McDowell will brother General Lee ; message was delivered
a son Roosevelt Sanders; her be held Saturday, Oct. 21, at two sisters, Madames Post 5693 by Robert Brock-

Bostic and Gaiter families Would like to thank their many, mother, lolla Huller; threesisters 2:00 p.m., at St. John's Bap- A. McIntyre, Lula D. ; Post Commander Dept.

friends for kindness shown In', ; four brothers. Funeral tist Church. grandchildren Florida.
service will be conducted 1 Mr. McDowell well known and
-i Congratulations
their hour of bereavement services Thursday, :
IN MEMORIAM Friday, Oct. 20, at 1:00 p.m, to many Miamians as"Mack" c b e s were delivered by
Special thanks go to Range at New Hope Baptist
In Antioch Baptist Church answered a call for duty, and Hon. Chuck Hall Metro
la memory of the late Funeral Home for their ser- Remains will later be ;
served among the first ten NeNW or and the Hon. Phillip
T' I vices and to the community of to EvergreenAla. for
Brownsville. Mrs. Cora Vail of 4755 r gro policemen for the city of rites. ; City Manager for the

Special thanks also to the 24th Ave., died Tuesday,Oct. Miami in 1944. ofOoa-lockaandMr.Jack
10. She is survived her hus After serving on the force a e
following clubs and organiza- by Romeo Jackson, 450 1 c kl y; President of the

tions: progressive Court No. band, Willie; eight children;;. for a period of 17 years, both St., died Oct. 14. com'I' Civic Club

44; Antioch Baptist Church and parents Rev. and Mrs. J. W. as a policeman and a bailiff, survivors are three Gloria Covington, president

Deaconess Board The Night Dunlap; four sisters; two bro- he retired from active duty. Alfonso the Ladies Auxiliary of 569
; Timothy, ,
Owl Resturant and thers. Funeral services were> In spite of recurring illnesses Kernell Dames, Com-
Tropical fod one sister Mary ;
Dinett conducted Tuesday, Oct. 17, at; which he has suffered thee; sisters-in-law one \ of 5693 were called on

the Community Church for several years, he has therinlaw.Funeral; congratulated for the pro

never become totally Inactive. this VFW Post has
The Williams Thomas
at 3:00
,
Saturday
Pierce and Salters families Mrs. Ethel V. Trumpler o i[ He has worked on private duty p.m. .

4846 NW 24th Court,died Wed. up until he was fatally strickenon chapel. The rains came and it pour-

nesday, Oct. 11. She is sur- Oct. 1st. this Sunday afternoon but
Alice Pearl
vived by her daughter Mrs. He Is survived by a wife Mrs. M. did not stop the VFW Dis

REV. JOHN H. POLITE IN MEMORIAMIn Allie Williams; two sisters; Essie, and a host of other relatives SW Oct.102nd 14. Among Ave.,her Perrine Officers, the Post mom-

one brother three grand- friends well wishers
;
who passed October 18 1966. ,
husband Rufus
loving memory of our daughters; two grand-sons; are, ; dignataries.
brotherJOHNNY and four sons; one daughter.
great grandchildren.
There comes a time for all of y FRANCISMr. ments are Incomplete.
Funeral services were con-
us. died Oct. 15. Officer
ducted Saturday Oct. 14 at
When we must say good-bye, 10:30 Herman Pride of 10825 Mrs. Anna Cooper, D 0 we 11, was In the first
a.m. in the chapel.
But faith and hope and love and SW 217th St. Goulds,died October 65th Ter., died Oct. 13. of Negro policemen

trust x. Obie Blash of 516 NW 9th 14, at his home. Funeral her survivors are,four put on the force In this
Can never, never die, services will be held Saturday ters, MadamesLillie Amonghisurvivorsare
St., Apt 11. died Oct. 7. He
Although the curtain falls at Is survived by his widow October 21,2:00 p.m., at New Muldrow, Annie M, Essie Mae; three step-
last Bethel AME Church In Goulds Gertrude Collier three
t Theria two ; step-daughters;
; daughters, Evelynand
Is that a cause to grieve? Thelma; five sons, W. J. with Rev. Leroy Holmes,pas- phian;; one son Char lie sisters; two brothers,

,. The future's fairer than the Eddie, Herman, Albert and tor officiating. Survivors Include two grands, Minuett L. and nephews. I

past Clinton; three sisters, Leola his wife, Violet Pride; drow, Anna Bell Ladler

U only we believe Blash; Dollie and Carrie 10 children; and cousins. greatgrands; one sister Arnold James Sheffield
And trust in God's eternal care Lizzie of 15030 Jackson nieces and
Thomas. Funeral services Mrs. Bryant Alibaba Ave., Opa-locka, I
So when the
Master calls Monroe St.. Richmond Heights Oct. 16.Among survivors'
.fit's sav. that.Iffy k still mr.ro... were conducted Tuesday, Oct. died Oct. 14 at Jackson Man-
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-tak -- R.COLLINS 17, In the chapel. ( Prince Lamb, Jr., 65 two daughters, Madam,
or Nursing Home. Funeral Although the curtain falls. services were held Wednesday vivors are wife Mrs. three
sons Charlie
Jeffery Moss the son. ; ,
,
Sleep on and tak rest. We who passed away October 25, young
you 1963. of Betty Moss and ThomasJones Oct 18,at Mt.Zion Baptist with I two sons, Loucious and Leroy,and Arnold;one
still love you but God loves you Rev. Edward T. Graham thew
,pasI I ; one daughter Mattie Smith
best. Gone, but forgotten May of 5130 NW 8th Ave., tor officiating. Survivors include grands;
you rest In peace and light per- Apt. A. died Saturday, Oct. 14. ; nieces and
Besides his parents he Is sur- one daughterClydeThomas Officer Alexander be w s. Funeral Saturday.
Mrs. Bertha Polite wife and petual shine upon you.
vived by a brother Derick. ; two sons;Howard and ]Dowell, 769 NW 49th St. will lie in the Opa-

1 The Polite family. Juanita Butler,Ruby George Funeral services were con- Lewis Murphy 32 5 one grandchildren sister; Bertha 25 i mer policeman of this chapel Friday afternoon.
; ;
sister and James J. Collins ducted Tuesday, Oct. 17 In the
IN MEMORIAM brother.A chapel. great grandchildren.
Mrs. Leola Naomi Grahamof

J In memory of our beloved 1318 NW 2nd Ct., died Oct.

mother, grandmother and 16, at her home. Funeral ser 691-7661

great grandmother MESSAGE OF THANKS; RICHARDSON vices will be held Saturday, ,
Oct. 21, 1:00p.m. in the Chapel v n
Survivors Include two bro-
We the sisters of Mrs.
Mrs. Ophelia Williams of
thers, Nathan Pennamon and
Emma Layne of Pittsburgh, 1835 NW 1st Ct.,died Tuesday Robert Scott.
Pa.,who passed Sept. 28, 1967, October 18, at her local resi- e

wish to take this opportunityto dence. She is survlvied by one I ITM I

express our thanks for daughter, Mrs. Pinkey Donald I I TRANSFIGURATION I i

,. cards, flowers of condolencesand 1 Wilson; one grand-son, John I
p Y other acts of kindness. Donald Rev. James L. Deacon,Sut-
; one great grand.son,
; pagan Bishop of the Diocese
Arthur Wilson; a son-in-law
Bertha Telfair,Allean MinC]f A r c hie Donald; two nieces,' of South Florida, will administer -

sisters and Johnnie p. Mason Betty Lee Daniels and Ola L., thesacramentotHolYCon-

niece of MiamiSTEVENS Black., Remains will be ship-| firmation Sunday, October 22,
at 400 This: Is
the
-- p.m. second -
ed to
Ozark
Alabama, Oct.20 I
confirmation class this
Friday at 9:30 p.m.
year to be presented.The pub-

lic is Invited.
James< Kidd, died October cordially

13, Friday, at 1035 NW 1st Ct t
Willie
Green of 737 NW 6th 1 I
Arrangements incom1 +s
are EVENING
PROGRAMOF
MRS. SUSIE HENDERON St., Hallandale, died Tuesday,1 plete
Oct. 17, at his local residence. MUSIC I

who departed this life Oct. 20, His survivors Include a wife i Mrs. Naomi W Symonette,

1965. Della; four daughters, Willie| MANKER chairman of the music: committee
Mae Epps,Ruby J. Ford Doris I
If death should beckon mo with has announced an even-
outstretched hands. Lee and Iris HIghtower; six James nson SR OF %&% ing of Inspirational music for

And whisper softly of an unknown sons, Eddie, Clifford, Cleveland NW 47th Terr., died Oct. 10,,> the 7:00p.m. service.participants i- you C4It oily lIMe God .

land I shall not be afraidto Otis, Curtis and Joseph; at Jackson Memorial Hospital. oi: the, program will include I
four Sisters l Mary L..WIl- Funeral services held

For though go the path I don't Hams, lola Humphrey, Julia Monday, at the Church ware of God' Chorus the, Mesdames Women's Em.na Day. 6r UAu q people I It
Brown, and Evera Johnson six; of
know ; Prophecy leaves1 Collins, Q' )en Wast, Caroline
I reach out and take death's daughters=in-law; four sons- mourn a wife, Odessa! ; five Ward and Rev. Ruby Emanuel IN YOUR HOUR OF BEREAVEMENT t

hand and journey to the Pro- in-law; grandchildren great sons, Henry, Sam Jel, Jams, The ninety captains for thee CALL I

mised land.Greatly grandchildren. Funeral ser Jr., Earl and Raymond; on Women's Day program will

missed by your vice will be conducted Satur-, brother; one sister; one step nuke their flail repot dUi"iDii "Where service begins and never ends" !

family. day, October 21, at 2:00 p.m. daughter; one step-son twenty the evening service. All members -
Three
Round- in Ebenezer Baptist Church in grand-children three daugh- locations to serve you: f
The Allen, Wilkerson, ; :| are asked to contact their
and Henderson Hallandale, Rev. 0. W. Foster ters-in-law, nieces and ,, Miami
tree, Jackson captain or mike their reportto Opa-locio I III'
officiating.
families. nephews. < the chairman at this tim'.


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 20, i 967 '17

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View New Militancy Among Negroes


On The White/ College CampusNew


York.A trend among clubs and societies" as a has resulted from the pres- I' I A
Negroes in colleges to rebel manifestation of black mili- sures they face today,the ar-
against interracial conformityand tancy on campus. ticale Indicates.
reject white guidance was Dunbar defined the changein Dunbar reported on black
outlined today in a national these terms: societies at Columbia,
magazine. "Timrt was when theoccas- Princeton, Harvard and Rad- GOOD LOW FOOD PRICES
Writing in the current issueof sional Negro accepted at an Ivy cliffe, Yale, Dartmouth, Wel-
Look, Ernest Dunbar, a League school worked lesley, Berkeley,Merrltt College ALL WEEK LONG
Look senior editor, cited"the fanatically to become what he and San FranciscoState,
birth of'Afro' or all-black Imagined was proper college While some schools do not TENDERIZED
gentleman. Today, anew breedof permit organizations to dis-
black cat Is tearing up white criminate on a basis of race, SMOKED PICNICS LB. 29t
campuses, poking holes in he pointed out, the content of
some Ivy-covered notions meetings -- including phraseslike illNECK
about integration and tracking "my black brothers' -- FRESH PORK
Watts and Newark into the discourages curious whites
fastidious halls. from Joining. BONES LB. lot .
The "Afro" clubs serve as Dunbar concluded: "While
a focal point forblack stu- all the results are hard to ,,',
dents' views: cultural activities foresee, it Is obvious that stu- '
and efforts to influence dents, administrators, facultyand U. S. GOOD BEEF
the college administration. parents are in for a kind I
Jon Carlton Is Factors which give rise to of education that few expected.. CHUCK ROAST FIRST CUT 39(
these clubs, wrote Dunbar,include -
the growing number of
Candidate For ghetto-bred and other Negroesin MUSICAL PROGRAM TENDER CHIC

prestige colleges;a new desire There will be a program
MayorAmong "to Invest their energiesin given in behalf of Mt. Carmel FRYERSWHOLE
the black communities'; a Women's Day by Brother Otis
the candidates in the I 1 recognition of black I values, Wright and the Spiritual Har-
coming election for the office I''and specifically at strife- monizers, Thursday, Oct. 26,
of Mayor of Miami, is Jon 1 torn Berkeley a tendency to at 8 p.m., at the Community 25*
Carlton. Mr. Carlton is a native "avoid white advisers." Center, 14th Ave and 65th St.
of Newark, N. J., but has 1 An increase in mtntaldlffi1 Jessie Lee Smith sponsor LB.
lived in Miami since 1956. His 1 culties among Negro students Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor. '
a real estate broker,whose t '. CUT-UP 29*
business is knowa as Carlton
Realty. PROTECY YOUR FURNITURE
His platform includes:Self- WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTYI
development and inner plan- CUSTOM MADE FRYER
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which would create new indus- '
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tries and revamp many of the .. CRYSTAL CIIAIMIAVY
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Hold the tax line to half run- Ml UUITANT
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way inflationary, Irrespon- *&g BLUE RIBBON FROZENCUBE
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sible spending, and encourage HUM MKIUII.IHIf .
competitive bidding for all MTIIIM.IUrlllUM till M STEAKS 79t
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municipal projects. Jiff IS Fill ISTIMATI$ V/4 BOX
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Reorganizing and revamp- c II MSPECIALIZING CALL
.PIN FITTIIN IN PLASTIC oIV of
ing of the Law Enforcementand SLIP COVERS NIGHT

Crime Divisions. ': EXCLUSIVELY TENDER DELICIOUS ;, ? ,.
Creation of a city hospital
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MT. HERMON AME
'
:"MARY'S
t Rev! Samuel Gay, pastor

. Sunday Oct. 22, the mem- 1

.; bers of the Sigma Omicron j y Our Ninth Annual Women's

Sorority Vill worship with us. Day will have its beginning on

'i This organization of beautic- Sunday, October 30th.
ians is doing wonderful work The cooperation of all con[

for charity, helping such M cerned In order to make this i

places I as the Mary McLeod Women's Day the best in the ST. LUKE AME

ST. PAUL AME Bet h u n e Foundation and the history of our church is expected

'' James E. Scott Day Care Center a } l from all. Rev. Henry Evans,pastor

Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor NAACP, March of Dimes I The fifth Sunday, Mission-

't' Mary Amos, reporter Xmas Seals and other nationaland ary Day, the pastor has chosen Sunday, October 22, we will
celebrate Women's Day.
r.ra
local charities. You are this special Uy for the "WO-
3 The Steward Board invite Speaker for the day, Mrs.
'
invited to help us say a very men of the church. The
each and everyone of you to warm welcome to them, f1r morning speaker will be Mrs. Bessie Jackson, afternoon
come out the fourth Sunday October ii- speaker Mrs.Gertrude Evans
Sunday is also TestimonialDay. Serena Allen, wife of our pre
22, and help them celebrate Male choir will all Both are wonderful speakers.You .
sing Mrs. Lucille Moore Mrs. Thelma Howard siding Elder, Rev. F.A.Allen.
out and
to
their the Invited
Anniversary day Usher Board No. Two in Mrs. Erma Steed,chairman are come
.. Rev. J. B. Blacknell of Mt. the morning and No. One at Morning Speaker Evening Speaker Mrs. Male Wright,co.-chatr- help the women celebrate.
., Herman Ft.Lauderdale willbee Sanders chairman
Mrs. Nancy ,
night. man. Theme: "The Role of the
e the afternoon speikur. Mrs. Etell Brunsow co-
Sunday, at9c30a.m.theSunday ; Faithful Women In This World
I Sfewardess! Board N'J Two chairman.
:
School will launch it's annual Js of Crisis."
will have an afterservice program Christmas Drive. For

Sunday night, Oct. 22. this news, please attend Sun
The speaker will be Rev Albert day School or read it in the. Antioch Men Raised $3,060.66The I

A. McGraney Mt Arron news next week.

Baptist. The fifth Sunday,Oct. 29,the t annual Men's' Day observane@ of New Mt. Moriah.
The Boirdwill ,
Auxiliary Social I Saving Club will wor- 4 was most success Proceeds from the occasion
celebrate their fifth Anniver-
ship at St. Mary's to celebrate ", ful. The chairman, Doacon H. amounted $3,060.60.
Sunday Oct. 29 from 3-
sary ,
their 34th Anniversary. Con- Lundy co-chairman, Deacon
5 p.m. all clubs and boards are Rev. P. W. Wiggins, pastor.
gratulations to this culb E. McQueen, and the entire
cordially invited to come and
Continue to pray for all our membership wish to express
t help them celebrate. sick and shut-ins especiallyfor their sincere gratitude to all GREATER NEW BETHELRev.
Don't forget the pretty
cup Sister R and for make A Cousin
Finlayson participants helping S. : pastor
Tea Sunday October 22 at the
; Sister Lina Sawyer Jackson this event one of the best wit- Rev. F. A. Allen, Presiding
home of Mrs. Padgett, 5550 Mrs. Lorrine Fuller
1 Memorial Hospital. Remem- nessed at Antioch. Elder of the Miami District
NW 24th Ave. 4 &Bring your CoChairmanOur
and win ber visitors are always welcome Tha morning: speaker, Rev, conducted the fourth quarterly
own cup a prize.
Remember to St. Mary's. Mrs.Bernice Kerson I. H. Readon, pastor oWil conference, Friday night, October
our Missionary ,
General ChairmanWOMEN'S morning speaker will be liam's Chapel Freewill Ba,>- 13.
Society will have full chargeof Mrs. Lucille l Moorej a dyna-List of Homestead aid Jordan The conference was opened
the program the fifth Sunday DAY AT NEW
to comeout and MT. CALVARY mic speaker and beautician of Chapel of Coconut Grove, delivered with the devotional service by
plan now worship
with them. HOPE BAPTIST SUNDAYTo our city. Our evening speakerwill an informative ser Rev. F. J. Hicks, after which
Rev S. Atchison, pastor be Mrs. Thelma Howard mon. At the evening service, the Presiding Elder was
Say a prayer for our sick and the friends of all pre
many also a dynamic speaker,come Rev W Sims of New
E. pastor sented by the pastor.
shut-in. Remember to save all The No. Four Usher Board denominations and faiths, New out and hear these two great
Hope held the congregation The conference closed with
old newspapers for our jun would like to take this oppor- Hope Baptist Church hopes women. This should be a day
spellbound throughout his sermon
-
an uplifting sermon Sunday
tunity to thank for that will honor ,
with
everyone you us
your woman of our church
iors.Please
every
Also highlighting the observance October 15 the
by Presiding
their ,
all the above
give no- making anniversary a presence Sunday, October 20. should dedicate and commit the musical
tices your full cooperation for success. The message by the We extend a hearty Invitationto herself were Elder.
tothefullpeformance:
they are to benefit Women'sDay :Rev. Stephens of Antioch was renditions of St. James Male Two infants was christenedin
as we observe our Women's -
you to her
church.
well received by everyone. Chorus, Mt. Calvary Male ,the morning service. '
B Day f fr.....-Rev, W. E. Sims, pastor. Chorus and Deacon Whitehead MrS. F. J. Hicks, reporter. ,
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\1, Mrs. Oretha Hatcher ,. .',;,1.v".>"..... !"'., ''':
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/ Sneaks Here Sunday. Joseph Marshall, reporter I .\ +.

'I Choir No. Two sincerely, :
(' Mrs. Oretha T. Hatcher is Hartshorn Memorial College.She thank all the choirs of the many
..t the featured speaker for the was awarded the honorary churches for the fine spirit and ."IL:\

11 a.m. program at Greater Doctor of Humanities from cooperation on their 34th anni I "" ;. ..
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Bethel AME, October 22. The Wilberforce University for The dedicated ; .;"'_
versary. program was .:,;,l:;.
theme for this occasion Is her work Africa \:.
outstanding to Ezeklal Wallace one '. ; ,.. .: ....
"The Women's Part in the and the Third Episcopal Dis- of the founders of St. James f )1"\. .=. "..
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World ,Dilemma. District The pastor, Choir No Two ,'
.
The wife. of Bishop E, C. and congregation rendered '1" .
I Hatcher, Mrs. Hatcher is the A s denominational representative services at Mt. PleasantAME I

Episcopal Supervisor of Missions of the United ChurchWomen 1 I Hollywood, Rev J. M. Askiew ti; 1 1P

of the 11th Episcopal of Florida and dele pastor. f t

District (comprising Florida gate to the World Federation f t, Our fourth quarterly conference -

MRS. HAROLEAN STORR and the Bahamas); and, she Methodist Women in London,>I will be held Oct 20,at

has served ardently with her England( ((1366)), Mrs. Hatcherhas 800 p m. all boards and clubs Chairman Ruby Lee Carr Co-Chairman Jerlean White I

FELLOWSHI DAY husband across the years. In traveled extensively and' are asked to have a written fin-

SINAI 1952, she accompanied Bishop represented the women of the't ancial report. This Is also FRIENDSHIP M. B. evening along with guest i

AT MT. Hatcher to West Africa where church with dignity. She was|I Presiding Elder J.A. Robert's, Rev. J. E.Jenkins,pastor ushers.

The Mount Sinai Baptist they served in the ,Episcopalwork recently awarded a citation for appreciation night. Ruby Lee Carr, reporterThe Mrs. Ruby Lee Carr chair ,

Church has combined it's efforts and built the educationaland her outstanding work in the'I Mrs. G. Stokeling chairman women will observe man and Mrs., Jerlean White

d this year in observanceof spiritual edifices that bear American Cancer Fund Drive 5 I and Octoberites are having funr their Fourth Annual Women's co-chairm33 and all the women -

Men's and Women's Day in testimony to a herculean Job, by the val County Cancel and games at the home of Mr. Day Sunday,October 22nd.The : of Friendship invite you

a Fellowship Day Service, well done. She has also served Society. and Mrs. Willie Salter, 15770 morning speaker will be Mrs. to this service. We want our

Sunday, October 22. The day's with Bishop Hatcher in the Tho public is invited to witness NW 18th Ave In0pvlocki.we Helen J. Bain and the evening pastor to be real proud of us, \

service will be highlightedwith 13th and 3rd Episcopal Districts an outstanding program;,* are depending on you. speaker will be Mrs. Marjorie so please come and help us

messages from the Senior and to hear this able speaker Mrs. M if Ion DAniels and Perkins both of these women make this a success.

and youth departments The Mrs. Hatcher is a native deliver an inspirational: am 1 Hospitality Club invite you to are dynamic speakers. Our Get well wishes to Rev,

talented Mrs. HarroleanStorrand Floridian She is a product of Informative address to the women a Fish Fry and :t night o! fun theme Is The Challenge Of Cleve Holllraan in Doctors

Miles Johnson will be the Florida A & College and of this city. and games Thursday, Oct 13, Christian Women- in a Chang- hospital. The pastor Is askingall

morning and evening speakers at the home of Mrs. Mer.ion ing World. Two outstanding members to be at Z! Hope

respectively. GRACE Danials 1935 NW 71st St. guest choirs will render the Baptist Church, Rev. Paul

Mrs.Laura Peterson and MT. CARMEL BAPTIST Please plan to attend. song se rvice both morning and Freeman: Friday, at 8 p.m.

Mr. .Carey Jenkins, chairmenof PRESBYTERIAN We nearing our Wo

theFellowshipDi/comrait- Rev. D A.Bradley,pastor men's Day and I want us to go NEW MT. ZION GREATER ST. LUKE
tee invite everyone to come Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor Louise McGriff, reporterOur to the top. Mrs. Betty Brown,

and worship, beginning with Each Sunday w-i will sponsor chairman and Mrs. Doris Williams Rev. R. C, Salomon: pastor Rev O. Taylor, pastor
the Sunday School, 11:00 a.m. Bible Class for children pastor and wife are still[ chairman Bernice Griffin, reporter

service BTU and climaxing and youth which supplementsthe on vacation, we pray that they You are always: welcomed The Willing Workers Clubof

with the evening service. 9;30 Sunday School hour. will have a wO:1dt3rfult1m, an New Mt. Zion Sunday the Men will observe
of true fellow- return homo safe. Baptist their Sixth Annual Mon's Day
"The spirit At 7:30 p.m the senior high Church of Hialeah will cele.
ship will be displayed throughout fellowship will be in charge of The No. One Usher Board I REVIVAL MEETING brate their Nineteenth Anniversary All senior auxiliaries are to
come" will have their pay $30.00. Junior auxiliaries
the day please the devotional program anniversary i
Sunday October 22
Thursday and Friday night i Stop look and read your bible 1 at 3:00 ; $12.00. All ladles $15.00. Men
The first Sunday of Novem- 26 and 27, come and be i there will be a great revival' p.m. They anticipate: $25.03:: the chairman Deacon
clubs
ST. LUKE MB ber will begin our church anniversary with us. meeting at Triumi h Church 1 various many :mad boards from Com madoro Rm;:ey, cochairnun .

week, Mrs. Lucy Our Women's D/will como c i, beginning, Oct.15 for the heal Randall churches.the The Rev Samuel Burroughs,
The women will observe Bradley and Mrs.NaomlSmith associate pastor Invite you to com 9 out and
the fourth Sunday In Novem ing of bodies and saving ol f*. of St. Matthew
their Annual Women's! Day are chairman and cochairman forwird Free Will Bap1 ,- make this one of the best Man's
ber, wa are looking >I souls come and hear the andi 1 I tist Church .
will
Sunday, October 22.The theme respectively, the com seeing you there. Visitors are i get your deliverance Come out be the speaker. Day history

for the day Is "Christian Wo- mittee Is preparing an out. always welcome, RfIt'. H. Williams, pastor' services with them.and enjoy the Weekly prayer service each

men-Build Wisely and In- standing series of celebrations Remember the sick and 1 I Rev D. Williams! conductorof Mrs. Ethel Wednesday night, at 8 p.m.
G. Primus the
for anniversary. Reim-mlier.
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Capacity Crowds Say AdieuTo 1'p ,4f TEMPLE BAPTISTThe '

IJ ,:" women will sponsor a
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Open Door's McDowellsSunday ; : ; Friday night In behalf of Wo-

,..;,\ .: ,,:, "; men's Day.The destination
1 October 15, marked I the church ,, ,
appropriate
:' : will be the home of Mrs. RosaL.
; the close of more than eight t t appreciation of his years oi \-t ; : i'," ;" Delancy. Enjoy an eveningof : I

years of Christian ministery service to the church and .:" sightseeing for just one dol- H
Dr. and Mrs. ,: "'. ,
by Henry McDowell choir.
( lar.
: ; Bus leaves the church,
The Church Of The 1 The Miami Alumni Tallade- ,., 1723 NW 3rd Ave., at 8 p.m.

Open Door santuary'was filledto 1 ra C 1 u b, Mrs. Enid Johnson I,,., ,' .''f.1" The presentation Committee -
capacity at all the services. "
presented $250 scholarship Mrs Lillian Williams,
First of the final activities '
in the name of The Henry McDowell ',. chairman, will sponsor a program '
in honor of the McDowells was 1:
Fellowship for a Mrs. ClementineRahmings Sunday afternoon,at 3:30
McDowell's
Ruth Day program worthy student from Dade p m. Friends are invited. ,
of Richmond Heights, a teacher .. ,
and reception '-'---
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County. Highlights of the Every loyal member Is
evenIng in the Dade County School
Oct. 13. the VALDEZ MURRAY t
Ing, During even- _
was the moment Robbie W. System and a member of Martin thinking of, and working for c 1
Ing gifts of jewerly were pre- Wright, moderater called The Memorial AME Church will the biggest Women's Day in the Mrs. Valdez Murray, a PAULETTE BARTLETTwill
sented to both and
Dr. Mrs. McDowell's to receive history of the observance. member of the Dade County
McDowell from the Women's up gift be the morning speaker. At appear on a musical program
from members and friends, a 700 p.m. there will be a song Those who are not quite aware School system and Zeta phi at Greater Mt Hermon
Fellowship.At the check for $1,501 with the suggestion service. that the time is later than they Beta Sorority, and Miss AME Church Sunday, Oct. 22,
9:45 ; service
the Junior a.ra Choir that they use it as The public is cordially invited think, are urged to wake up and Paulette Bartlett, a junior at at 7 p.m. Rev. S. L. Gay pastor -
Sunday
under the direction of "nest-egg" for a visitto their Mrs. Annie B. Sullivan get busy, Chairman Lula M Miami Carol City High and a For the Hermonites 8th an-
Mrs. Angolo, West Africa, where is the general chairman. Colebrook and co-chatrnun member of the Concert Chorus niversary. Mrs. Sanford Nes-
Erslyn Anders. At both ser they worked for many years. Rev P. W, Williams,pastor E. Lord are anxious that no and all Miami Youth Chorus, bitt, chairman:
vices'
Dr. McDowell preachedthe They accepted it graciously Gloria one be left behind in this dr ive.
Perry, reporter.
last in a series of three
promised to us it as suggested. They are asking all women and
JORDAN GROVE
sermons.At Many friends J oined the men to rise and shine as never ST. JOHN AME .
the close of the 11 a.m. members to make this grand DRAKE MEMORIAL before. "Let's put it over," is Eddie Gilbert, reporter

service, Attorney Lyle D.Hoi- final a wonderful one. The Mc- the slogan. Tho Male Choir will celebrate Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor
combe gave the occassion. Dowells Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastor
will visit relativesand A representative number of its Seventh Anniversary
Mrs. Irene Straughter repre- friends, before returning Last Sunday morning we had members from auxiliaries beginning Friday night, Oct. Sunday School will conveneat
senting the church presentedDr. to Miami to live among those baptism service at Virginia were at the norm" of Mrs.Lil- 20,. at 8 p.m., with a musical 9:30 a.m the superintendent -
McDowell a beautiful who love them. Key. It was a spiritual and soul liam Watkins last Wednesday program. And Sunday after is asking all officers and

scroll making him Pastor. Sunday, Oct. 22,Rev. Melvin stirring service. evening to share in the cele- noon, at 3 p.m., with a band of children to be on time.
Emeritus of the church of the Dollar, Associate Superintendent Many thanks to Brother Mit- bration of her birthday. It wasa singers. The general church is
Open Door. Miss Marie of the Florida Conferenceto chell, Brother Richardson and fine affair. She is a faithful asked along with the public to The fourth Sunday the Rev.
Roberts presented Mrs. Mc- United Church of Christ, all scout committeemen for member and pioneer of the help make this anniversaryone Joseph Coats of Mt.Oliva Bap-
Dowell a gift and a lovely orchid will be guest preacher. the beautiful service rendered church. Congratulations and of the greatest.Brother H. tist will deliver the 11 a.m

from the trustees. Mrs.Marie' October 28, is Laity Sunday by our scouts on last Sun- best wishes for many more Dixon is president. sermon.
F. Brown then read a a special program is planned. day morning. Orchids to Den birthdays. The No. On Choir will sell
letter that touched the heartsof November. 5, we will wel- Mothers Reed, Finley and short order, that Is sandwich, Choir No. One will celebrate
everyone from Rev. Robbin come our new minister Rev. Porter for training our cubs. BROWNSVILLE BAPTIST 1 at the home of Sister Adell their annual anniversary the

Ralph, Super Intendentof Harold D. Long of Birmingham, Thanks to Mr. Fuller for pre- Pitts, this Saturday all day,at fourth Sunday afternoon, at 3p.m.
Florida Churches who was unable Alabama, who will deliver the senting the charter to our Rev J. E. Wright, pastorC. 1540 NW 60th St. Come byand ., October 22, Sister RosaL
to be Culpepper, reporterOur Baines prsldent.
pesent. Later Mrs. message and administer the scouts. patronize them. Brother
Brown unvieled a painted por- Holy Communion On Sunday we will have our pastor, preached two Herman! Thomas Is president.
traited of Dr. McDowell,which first Youth Day program inspirational services Sunday. Visitors are always welcome There will be a dinner sale
was hung in the adjacent Fel- Please attend and see our Mother A. Taylor is sick let to come and worship with October 28, sponsored by theWomen's

lowship hall which was also GLENDALE BAPTISTRev. youth in action. Mrs. E. us remember her In our pray us. Let us remember the sick Day committee.

named The McDowell Hall on Thomas of Mt. Sinai will be ers. Also pray for the sick and all over the land,and the desti-
Sunday. shutins.We We have on our sick list Sis
B. L.Tanner,pastorR. our evening speaker.
Sunday night, at 7 p.m.there M. Harrington, reporterA Sister E. Williams will have extend to you and your tute.The Rev. A. J. King, will be ;Edna Fedd injackson Mem-
was a musical program givenin barbecue sandwiches for sale family a warm invitation to our Sunday morning speaker, (,orial Hospital. Let's visit our

a salute to the McDowells, special Fellowship Day Saturday at the church begin- come and worship with us on and our evening speaker, Rev :sick and shut-ins and pray with

Mrs. Erslyn Anders directedthe will be held for our pastor ning at noon. Please call in for next Sunday C. Jenkins of Americas, GA. them.
Junior Choir, while Billy orders. '____ _n _n __ oeu
throughout the day.The morn- .your Remember the
Johnson directed tne Chant ing message: will be delivered sick and shutins.
cellor C bo I r. Guest organistwas ,
bytheRttMcWestly.The > '" ''' ,1' "''' ''' \ '" ""' ''''' '''
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Mrs. Berthenia White who Deaconesses will serve a MT. CALVARY ,,',} > : :'

was at her best, also Dr.Carl family dinner especially prepared 1.. SAMPSON'S! MARKET' ,". 1

Yeager, Jr. who was surperbat for the pastor and his Rev. S, Atchison, pastor 'J. : at: 1 t,
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the new Allen Organ. family, and special guest at The No. Four Usher Board 1

Rev. and Mrs. McDowell the home of Deacon and Mrs. would like to take this opportunity .t4/ 1466 HW 62 ST.tDeIivery : '
presented William S. Johnson, P, A. Spring. to thank everyone. for 1
organist since.the beginning of A special service will beheld making their anniversary a < : "! lll'l,1V

.it 3,00p.m. with Rsv. success. The message by theRe '
MT. ZION AME Joseph Coats bringing the /. Stephens of Antioch was : ;.J.ciJ69.6; i'f\ }

message. In our 7:00 p.m. ser- well received by everyone. \ ,. ; ; : '
vice pastor Turner deliver the Sunday, October 22, wu will
Rev. Milton
Fayson,pastor celebrate our pastor's anniversary -
message. Both choirs will sing
Sunday, October 22, is Wo all day with Mrs B. L. Turnerat On Thursday night

men's Day. The chairmin: the piano, and Mrs. Chris- the beginning services will Neck BONES L81S
Mrs. Annie L. Simmcrsett, ine Burch, our director. present R-JV. Wiggins and Fri-

the co-chairman, Mrs. Hazel Remember the sick everywhere day, Re/ Woodley Won't you
Ford and the assistant cochairman and especially for come out and witness a won-
pray
Mrs. Jannie Mingotogether the service men all over the derful time
with our pastor, of world. You are always welcome !- The Willing Workers will FRINIsND-
ficers and members are expecting to any and all of our ser celebrate their anniversary Gs.$1
you worship with us, vices. the fifth Sunday in this month.
this promises to be glorious The public is invited.
day. The No. One Usher Board

is sponsoring a state Nov 11
NEW PROVIDENCE in behalf o! their anniversary.The SpareRIBS LB,44
state with the largest
Rev. C, J. Burney,pastorSs.
amount of money will be givena
Arsula Ed*.irds, reporter
trip to, Nassau Your cooperation
The ordinance of baptismwill will be greatly ap
be observed next Sunday preciated.

morning: Oct. 22,at 10:00 a.m. Pray for the sick and shut- Chicken WINGS 3LBs.$1
All candidates are asked to be ins

present and on time,

The Junior Missionary Department NEW MT. MORIAHRev.

will sponsor a tea on A. L. Shipp, pastor:

next Sunday: afternoon{ in the Evelyn Souter, reporterOur EGGS

dining room, from 4,00: to 6.00p Men's Day will begin, tii 3DOZ $1
,m. They are asking the full Friday nght and climax Sunday -

corporation of the church. The with Rev.0. W. West,pas
public is invited. tor of Bethlehem Baptist, delivering --
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the 11 -"UTTERBJ PEaj'L-
a.m message 1-
GRACE: CALLOWAY Prayer meeting Tuesdayat
and Rev. P. Freeman, pastor 1 .
Hear the dynamic Mrs. ers 730p.m.askingallmem-visitors and i friends: to of Zion Hope Baptist,delivering LB. BOX SMOKED, SAUSAGE 1 LB, OLEO ,

Grace Cillery at 11 o'clock come out and join with us in the 7 p.m. message. We ..2. LBS. BRISKET STEW 2 CANS CR. STYLE OR W, K--CORN

spoaklng on the theme "Wo- prayer. are cordially inviting the public ;2 Las. PORK CHOPS 2 KING SIZE LOAVES OF BREAD,: '
to hear these two speakers.The .
men Campaigning For :
Christ." Consecreation hour of prayer program committeewant 2 LBS. FRESH GROUND BEEF CANS.PILLS.. B. M. BISCUITS

will be held e.1chSund.1yat thank Tosettes for 2 LBS. FRESH PAN SAUSAGE
At 3:00 the Rc /. S, L. Coy to The : 5 LB. BAG WHITE POTATOES
and congregation o! Mt HPV- 5a.m. a wonderful musical program LBl. MEATY NECK BONES LB. BAG LONG GRAIN RICE

moa AME:: By all mean hear Let us not forget our BTU after service Sunday night in 3 LBS. CHICKEN WINQS
absent of the C Lord C's. : "
the "
the 1'6.
Brownsville Chapel ChoirN each Sunday, at 5.30: p.m. ALL
,. One at Remember the sick, shut- ,,3,RKGS. FRANKS 7.03 p.m tacluilnj : ITEMS<
tto Continue in prayer for our ins, our pastor, bereaved ?[3 DOZ GRADE A EGGS I $999I
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combined sick, sh'it-ins' and those who fam'lies' and those in the arm ftsTALL CANS MILK : V' '
choirs of Mt. Zion \ r. \ &:i. (fJI' L)': :*":"11. / ;
I Plan to spad S'JndlY .' tober have lost love ones Visitorsare ed services in your prayers. ONMb&lu.i r;.'..:.:5.r\ J\\A 1Ioi P 11 Qild ''S1 :sir _lrlit..t''lI,
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, I i BY TONI SMILir( '' The Ninety-fifth Session' of Rev. E. P. Murchison will .for his contribution to move- Committee of the Consultationon
j the Florida Annual Conference open the conference Wednesday ments on church merger.He is ChurchUnionCOCU)invol- 1\
The Elks Club of Fort Lauderdale makes its usual groovy of the C hr ist1an Methodist at 9:30 a.m. Bishop Mur a member of the Executive ving the merger of the Chris-
f. contribution to Lauderdale's swinging tempo again this week- Episcopal Church will convene chison will deliver the Love tian Methodist Episcopal I-i
end when the Firemen's Club of Dania hold their Annual Fire' October 18 thru 22,at the new- Feast message on the confer- Church with nine other major
men's Ball on Friday night beginning, atlOOOp.m. On Saturday ly constructed Williams ence theme, "Christian Unity Protestant denominations witha
night the Omegas will sponsor a Mini Dress Dance which Temple CME Church, 644 NW For These Times! There will F Carver' combined members ;ip of
\ will benefit their scholarship fund. On Sunday afternoon the 13th Ter., Ft.Lauderdale.The be continuous activities each thirty-two million. The con-
Gay Ladies Club will sponsor a dance beginning at 4:30 p.m. Rev. G. W. Wilson, host pas- day from 9:00 i.m. to 9:00p.m. Ranches ference evangelistic preacher
> I until 9:00 p.m. The public is cordially invited to attend. tor. The Rev.A. L. Goodwin, Our 700 delegates, ministersand will be the Rev. J. W. Powell
<, The Northwest Branch YMCA Committee of Management host Presiding Elder and the visitors from Florida and News of the North Central Alabama
held Its first meeting of the Fall Season last Wednesday, October Right Rev. E. P. Murchison, other sec@onsdthenationwill Conference. He will preach
18, at the Northwest YMCA located 408 NW 14th Terr. Presiding Bishop.The confer- attend the five day conference. By Wolfor Bow. Thursday, at noon and at 7:30
4 The chairman Mrs. S. Meredlty Moseley conducted the meet- ence missionaries and There will be a panel discus- p.m. and Friday noon. Rev.
ing. Many issues of importance were discussed and plans for stewardesses will be In chargeof sion Friday afternoon 'entitl- The United Ushers Union Powell is one of the denomi-
future programs launched. proceedings on Tuesday. ed; "Church Union: Today or and Anniversary of New Mace- nations most distinguished
Broward County churches and synagogues will Join forces There will be reports and TomorrOW'Representatives donia Baptist: Church 2201 SW ministers.
this Sunday, Oct. 15, in an concentrated effort to recruit sup training sessions during the of several denominations will 48th Ave. W. Hollywood will
port for the 1967-68 United Fund Campaign, now underway. day; will culminate with a pro- participate. Bishop Murchison convene Sunday, Oct. 22nd at The Laymen's banquet Fri-
"United Fund Sunday' which kicks off the residential phase gram, at 7:30 p.m. The Right is known in ecumenical circlesare 3 p.m. Rev. F. L. Carter and day night will feature Dr.
of the UF drive, is the idea of Broward County clergymen to congregation is in charge.The Harry V. Richardson, President
help the United Fund reach its goal of$702,000 for the benefit being scheduled for your enjoyment. Some of these pro- public is Invited. Dinner i will of the Interdenominational -
of over 66,000 people who will use the 37 UF agencies in grams are: Arts and Crafts, square dancing, volleyball, bas- be served after service. Theological Center,Atlanta
1968. ketball leagues and many others. Plan now to spend your after- Deacon W. Wilson, presi- Georgia. The annual affair t
Ministers, priests, and rabbis will make appeals from the noon hours from 2:00 600pm. Mondaythru Friday and 9:00 dent A. O.Hendersonprogram will be held at the Beach !
pulpit for two-fold support of the United Fund.First, they will 12:00: noon Saturdays with us. Your kids will love It. committee. Rev. B. L. Club Hotel 3100 North Ocean t
ask every member to consider contributing a Fair Share gift All boys in the North Fork Playground areal! If you are Interested Mack, pastor. Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale. i
to the UF, andsecondly, they will ask their congregations to in becoming a member of the North Fork Drill Team, The South Broward Post Visitation and addresses will
volunteer en masse to canvass residential areas for the UF now is the time to sign up. The Drill Team will be under the VFW No. 8195 will have their be made by various denomi- j
drive. direction of Mr.Johnny Alexander,Leader North Fork Playground Saturday night Fish Fry this national leaders, connectional
Dr. Clem E. Bininger, minister, First Presbyterian Church Plan now to be present at the first meeting. That's. Saturday. October 21. All officers and civic leaders of (
of Fort Lauderdale, leads the clergy in this effort. October 20, at 3:00: p.m. neighboring VFW Po stand the Fort Lauderdale province f
Castles in the Sand-Participants Sunland Park playground Sun 1 land Park Playground is inviting all boys and girls to ladies auxiliaries are invitedto and from other parts of the !
and Center participated in a special event of Fun on last Friday come to the special events on the playground each Friday even- attend. country. The public and rep- i
afternoon, at 4:00: p.m. The eventtookplace in the apparatus Ing from 4-6 p.m. There will be fun, games, thrills, excit- The Gay Ladies Club of W. resentatives, of all denominations j
area of the playground. Castles of all descriptions were ment and prizes. Don't miss these happy occasions each Fri Hollywood are having their 7th are cordially invited to
'' molded in the sand and decorated castle. All equipment was day. On Friday, Oct. 6, there were prizes won by Robin Scott anniversary celebration on attend and participate in all \
I supplied by the Recreation Department. Directors conductingthe and Marese Scott. Sunday, Oct. 22, at the Elks, activities.
program were Miss Carmen Burris and Mrs. Ada B. Each Thursday afternoon beginning at 4:00 p.m the North- Club in Ft. Lauderdale, 712 I
Moore. west Branch YMCA conducts various youth activities. From NW 2nd St. The Bell Brothers
,I The Lad and Lassie Club of Lincoln Playground held its first 4-6 Fun Day activities conducted for grade school boys are _Big Band and Show. Donation
meeting on Thursday, October 5th. The rain didn't dampen the held in the auditorium and patio of the YMCA. Games such as $1.50 tables free.
CtNTERVILLA
I spirits of the 25 boys and girls that attended this meeting. The basketball, pool, volleyball, bingo, checkers and horse shoe
first through third grade youngsters participated in arts and are to be conducted. From 6 8:00p.m. the Junior and senior To all residents of Washington KINDERGARTEN
crafts, indoor games and novelty songs. Every Thursday high school students are invited to attend the weekly patio so- Park and th3 Liberia area: 5861 NW 17th AVENUE
3:00: p.m. is desginated for this group. Mrs. L. L. Deal is Di- cial also held each Thursday.On Wednesdays girls are encour- The candidates for the coming CERTIFIED PERSONNELHOT
rectress. Every ThurscayatThe aged to come out and participate in the activities held for grade city election will meet at the
Dillard Playground panthers behind the strong runningof school girls beginning, at 3:30. The activities include bingo, Orangebro Elementary I LUNCHES
Bruce Owens and Junior Evans played the tunland Baracu- crafts, arts, hop scotch, checkers and volleyball.Miss School, 715 46thAve.Holly- PICK-UP SERVICE I
das to a 6-6 tie on Saturday morning; City-Wide Flag Football Brenda Brown of 715 NW 19th Ave., Fort Lauderdale wood, Sunday, Oct. 22, at 3:30: REGISTER NOW I,,
competition. Quarterback; Gay Walker and split end,Guy returned homo Sunday after spending the weekend Daytona. p.m. Please come out to hear 631-7796 OR 696.3302 !
Woodside also gave outstanding performances. The panthersnext While there! she attended the football gam!!between University and meet them. Remember it \
land
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opponents will be the North Fork Rattlers.Dillard Play- -and Bethune Cookman College. The game was Bethune's is your duty to come itIs; a
,,:.'I ground is now open six days a week to accomodate the boys Homecoming game and they emerged victorious with a scoreo privilege to vote. Don't lose
and girls in the area of the playground. variety of activities t 57-0. this precious freedon. }

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Idhlo peN's Council) Will Hold Forum
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On Friday evening the Bap- evening at 8:00 p.m This meeting leads to an
tust Women'sCouncilwillhold g Foreign Missions an dhowwe evening when the gospel will be s
a Missionary Forum at Mt. can do it, and should do it, sent to all parts of the world.
, Olivette Baptist Church, Rev. as church workers this will be Four ministers wllll appear in ,
I I. c. Mickins, pastor.All per- reviewed by Mrs. Mickins. this effort. The public is invited ,, ,"
" sons interested in missionsare Mrs. Florence Davis will to attend this Forum on
invited to attend and to take sing. Friday, Oct. 20, at 8:00 p.m. ,. '
a part. Several ministers have 4\ M
been invited to share In the GREATER NEW ZION HOPERev.

discussion.TheMissionary Society is BETHEL BAPTIST P. Freeman, pastor r

the most important auxiliaryin Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor v E. Jackson, reportor i ,
the church and receives Deacon Allen, reporter We will celebrate our pas-
very little attention and coop- tor's Eighth Anniversary beginning -
eration. Mrs. I. C. Mickins a Men's Day will be observed Wednesday night, Oct. ., ,. .
dedicated Christian worker Sunday, October 22.Tio 18 22, everyone Is invited
will share her thinking and morning speaker will attend. Rev.W. F. Tanner
plans for Missions on Friday be Rev. G. W. Phillips of New from Coconut Grove will ."I ,
Hope Baptist Church, FLLauderdile preach. Thursday night Rev.
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"Ib'k' --..,--,_ W. Slater t and congregation.
nit evening speaker will be Friday night, Rev. J. E. Jen-
Rev. A. M. Griffin of Shtloah kins and conereeation. At 3:00
Baptist, Miami p.m. Sunday,Rev.RoscoJackson Churchof
and congregation will be
Thames; are looking forward in charge.
to a big hy,
spiritually Please pray for all sick and theNazarene
you and to financially.coma out They and invite shut-ins. Don't forget prayer ::3;,1,1I

with them., worship meeting every Tuesday night
from 8-9 p.m.

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Essie: M, Redtmni, reporter 25, through 23! 8:00: p.m.each

TIle Church Of God Tiber. night. Everyone is invited.
each :True Holiness) will begin COFFEE HOURA 9avctcd yore toSUNDAY aUbtd the vc 4UU ccd;
their 25th
Annual: Holy
I I- r iM Convocation meeting, in com- coffee hour will be spon- ,
NAOMI SYMONETTE rnemiration' of deliverance of sored by Mrs. C. B. Pitts on SCHEDULE
Monday, Oct. 23 at I
the Children otlsreal from the her home,
WOMAN OF THE YEAR land of Egypt and the house of 911 NW 3rdAve. Honored Church School 9:45 aim.

bondage, Steve guest Clark.will be Miami Mayor Morning Worship 11:00: a.m. '",'"

Mrs, Naomi Symonette,Wo- Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. *k
man of the Year for 1966, will <,
relinquish the title of Worn ut cr MID-WEEK BIBLE CLASS & PRAYER ,SERVICES WED., 7:00 P.M.
of the Year to Mrs. Mir/C.*, NURSERY OPEN FOR MOTHERS WITH INFANTS
its, wife of the pastor who has I
been selected by the women of ... CHARLESROGERS v ",
Greater Bethel for her meri- "
torious service to the church A( doidid Welcome rfw&iU qoa

and comountty. The entire
church will salute Mrs. Cou- [ I '
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by Mrs. Dorothy CLaaey and
beautifully engraved plague, FOR A GOOD BUY ON A

Indicative of their love for PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT .
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Mrs. Hatcher STEREO
will be the spec- OR ORCHESTRA
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her during this special cere- ,
mony. Among other outstnd-I
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'the program will beMes-
dames G. M. Champion, Kathleen -
Williams, Lucille D.
Sneed, D, A. Russell, P, D.
Brantley, Lillie Mae Johnson;
Rev Gus s I e Gamble. Mesdames : ,1 i a
S. L. Gay, Evelyn As-
kew, Jeffrey S. Brown, Beatrice : -
Lee; and Mrs. T, C.
Kelly, conference branch
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from left to right are: Bernard Hums, 5'11", 195 pound senior end; Johnny Orr, a
-.. ...., ...-_- 6'0", 300 pound tackle; William Player, 05'11",225 pound tackle; Ralph Wise, a
A. L. Shipman, US Fort Bliss, Texas-James 5'8", 180 pound end; (standing!) Allen Wilson,. aS'IO", 180 pound halfback and captain
of the 1967 B-CC Wildcats Squad Richard Washington, a 5'11'-,185 pound full'
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,j Army, son of Mrs. Barbara Darling, son of Mrs Mercy
hock and Carlton Bethel 5'10" 162 halfback. Not shown in is Ber-
S Coleman and step-son of Mr. Darling of 2026 NW list St. ; pound photo
nard because of
Honey an injured ankle.
i, -4 Arthur Coleman, 2480NW 59th has completed his training at
St., Miami, has just returned Ft. Bliss Air Defense Center
from a one year tour in the Re- and is home on leave.After his tive of Grand Bahamas. In his
public of Vietnam. leave he will be stationed in NEWS FROM W AND earlier years he spent sometime
During the period of August Gerrniny. in the United States wherehe
28 1966 to August 28, 1967 he Pvt. Harrison Hamilton .,;- studied the dry cleaning
F. ,
(, served Assistant Division AROUNDffHF business. He is survived by
as t BAHAMAS
NAMED TO CITIZENS U. S. Marine, has finished his
two daughters and five
Finance Officer with the First basic training at Parris Is- grand-
Cavalry Division(Air Mobile) ADVISORY BOARDMrs. children.
land, S. C., and is now in Camp
An Khe, Vietnam. LeJune in North Carolina. He Members of Transfiguration -
Prior to departing for Viet- Willie Ferguson Wil- is a former student of Killlan The Rev. William Edward Mrs. Evelyn Culmur was fatally Baptist Church celebrated -
} served with liams, registrar at Allapattah the 40th anniversity of the
nam C WO Shipnun High School, and the son of Mr. Thompson was appointed by Injured when a taxi
d the Detroit i Defense (Nike) Junior 1 High School has been and Mrs. M. Griffin, 10393SW the Rev. Bernard Markham to knocked her down on Carmichael church and pastor, the Rev.C. .
where he was awarded the named to the Dade County Citizens 174th Terrace, Perrine succeed the late Canon Milton Road on Sept. 20. Her H. Thompson, with a weekof
;i Army Commendation Medal Advisory Board Cooper as rector of St. Agnes death brought the traffic fatality services beginning Oct. 2
fo meritorious service. She is a member of local, Mrs. Maria Litters is in the Church. Father Thompson is for the year to 30. Rev.. Thompson is founder.of
While serving in Vietnamand state and national Educational Jackson Memorial Hospital.At a native of Alice Town, Eleu- the church, Two years ago,
distinguishing himself by Secretarial Associations and a home ill are Mr. Fred Me. thera. He attended St.Johns Arlington Butler was elect:. with the cooperation of a fine

outstanding meritorious ser- graduate of Booker T. Washington Guire, Mrs. Hattie Conley, .College, Codrington College, ed chairman of the Progressive congregation, a modern edi-
vice in connection with ground Senior High School.She Mrs. Clara Bryant Mr..Joseph Barbados, and was awarded Liberal Part yon Sept..14.. fice completely furnished,was
operation against hostile attended Bethune Cookman Saunders Sr. the B. A. degree Universityof Butler bad 53 votes, Milo But- dedicated. The pastor has
forces he was awarded the College and the University of Durham in 1956.He was ordained ler Jr., 35, and Andrew May- made valuable contributions to
Bronze Star Medal by the Miami. Mr. Neal Shackelford Is out in 1957 and has held nard 12. Arthur Foulkes, edi- the community.
direction of the president. Mrs. Williams is active in of hospital, recuperating at several posts, including,assistant tor of the Bahamas Times, James Grant, 76, died sud-
During the same period he was a number of community endea- home. Let us remember our priest at st, Agnes. withdrew as a candidate. He denly of a heart attack at his
awarded the Air Medal by vors, in which she serves a_ s sick and shut-ins. Give them Reglonald Wood, Controllerof was Butler's chief rival. But' home on Shirley Street Sept.
meritorious achievementwhile secretary and otherwise. their ,flowers while they live., Expenditure in the Treasury ler succeeds the Hon. Cecil 15. Mr. Grant, who lived in the

participating in sustained Department, has been appointed Wallace Whitfleld. United States some years ago,
aerial flights in support of permanent secretary In the The body of Louise Adder- returned to the Bahamas and
combat ground forces of the BROWNSVILLE SPOILERS TAKE LEADII Ministry of Finance.Mr. Wood ley, about 40, was found in her was proprietor of the Cut Rate
,
Republic of Vietnam over hostile I has had a long career as sec- yard on the night of Sept. 14, Cleaners.

,, I territory during counter- IN METRO BASKETBALL LEAGUEThe retary not only in the Treasurybut by one of her neighbors. Mul- Harcourt Rolle and Samuel
insurgency missions. with the Post Office and tiple wounds were found on the Clarke, who went fishing in a
CWO S hip m a n completing Board of Education. He enter- body. Police suspect foul play small boat in the Exuma Cayson
fifteen years service has Spoilers of Brownsville, led by Willie Whiting and Fish ed the service in 1949. and are Investigating. She lived Oct. 2, have been reported
:' served in the enlisted grades Perry, Jumped off to an early lead in the Metro Basketball on Cox Street, Fox Hill. missing and believed to be
Y' from Private E-l through League by upsetting the Raiders 54-40 Monday night at The Galleon Club, owned by James Grant, 76, owner of dead. The boat was found floating -
: Master Sergeant E-7 and Officer Brownsville Junior High School court. A. T. Bain of Bain's Town, a the Cut Rate Dry Cleaners, upside down the next day
1& grades of Warrant Officer The Spoilers, who are playing like they want to live up to settlement between Port Howe died at his home on Shirley St., near Ford Cay. The area was
their name, led throughout the as Mickey Golden con- and Devil's Point, Cat Island,
W-l to of gamut 15.
present grade Sept. Mr. Grant was a na- searched by air and sea.WOQLWORTK'S.
l.' Chief Warrant Officer W-3. trolled the backboards with 13 rebounds and Willie Whitey was completely destroyed by
fire Sunday morning, Sept. 15.
This tour of service has found the hoop for 14 points.
taken him to stateside The Raiders, who were expected to dominate the league, got The property was valued at
It: many
assignments with overseas back into the win column Tuesday night by trouncing the hap- $29,000. It was reported that
dut In Korea and Europe. less Celtics 53-39. Bob Burse and Leondraus Simmons led the the club caught fire when it was
y
He has successfully and way with 15 rebounds and 18 points respectfully.Here struck by lightning during a

it: safely Joined his wife and three are the league standings: thunder storm.
The Flagler System plans to
) children in Michigan, enrouteto start immediate construction
his new assignment with the
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4 1 l'f: Morris Brown 410Florida SPORTSWORLD


A&M Universitykept Two plays later,Morand
its perfect season record ed. He came right back scor-I
intact Saturday as JackGaith- minutes later and scored frog:
I .nv. HARRY SPEAR ers; Rattlers rolled to an easy the five-yard line, climaxinga

41-0' victory over the Wolverines 65-yard drive. BY LEO ARMBRISTER Over
,WHAT CAN BE DONE TO IMPROVE THE of Morris Brown College A 11 America candidate

DOLPHINS? in Tallahassee' s Bragg sta- Major j Harelton later inter- .
We all know Coach George Wilson Sr., and his coaches are dium. cepted a Morris Brown pass
INTEGRATED CONTESTS WILL GIVE TRUER
having their headaches. Yet they are trying to keep their heads The Rattlers banded the and returned 37 yards for the
above water. I am not going into detail about the last three Wolverines their fourth con touchdown. Hazelton,a safety- PICTURE OF NATIONS FOOTBALLThe
games as you have read about them and watched them on TV. secutive loss of the season before man, also scored late in the
of but is too worn to still retain
old idiom equal
The old saying goes,"Whea it rains it pours," but I would like more than 11,000 home second period as he returned "separate
to bring out the injuries the team has suffered. coming fans. A & M is 4-0 for a Wolverine punt return 45 such a prominent spot on the sport schedule of our
the season. 'yards for the touchdown. schools.
Since the school desegregation act of 1955 and the gradual
Morris Brown has only
Halfback Glen Edwards transition of segregation to intergration, many: schools colleges
o beaten the Rattlers three
.1J completed the scoring on and universities have given way to a moderate form of
; times in 31 contests, but most
: touchdowns of three and 62 school activities; but in sports have taken a very cool move
iJ'lt of the other games had been
yards. He led all rushers with towards unbias integration.
close ones. This was the high
b 85 yards in six carries. Looking closer at the sport scene this is more noticeable in
est victory margin for A&M
the that the amount of publicity to our
greatest
c sport brings
over the Wolverines in over 13 The Rattlers, showing the
years. form of old, amassed 341 schools, "footb ll" Many, too many schools are rated not for
FRANK JACKSON WILLIE WEST JOHN STOFA FAMU got on the Scoreboard yards on the ground and in the their academic merits; but more so for their achievements Jq

Take a star like Willie West, voted most valuable defense early as quarterback Elroy air, while limiting Morris the game of football. This method classification Is not to be
bad last year, has played Pro ball since 1960. Tied for most Morand, a senior from Ocala, Brown to 129 net yards.It argued with since none of our great institutions of learning that
l interceptions of eight last year. Also Tom Nomina, defense scampered around left end foreight was the fourth consecutive have produced super football teams in the past can be called
Frank Emanuel 225 Frank Jackson who seta and Southern Ath- second class in the field of academics.
tackle, 260; L. B. ; yards the Rattler Intercollegiate
record with Kansas City In 1966 with receptions for 943 touchdown. The score was set letic Conference win for However in our southern regions where segregation was the
yards and nine touchdowns.Although he was bothered with back up by a Morris Brown fumbleof G a it h e r' s Rattlers, as they way of life and good football was the game; there arose a
troubles last year, he caught 16 passes for 317 yards and two a punt at the Wolverine 14. now lead the conference. doubtful question as to how good were the teams of the south
touchdowns and now side-lined with a broken nose and other since this idiotic practice of segregation kept rainy of our
injuries on the squad, make us stop to think and take into con- great teams from competing against one another.
sideration why the Dolphins are getttlng slaughtered lately. Bethune Beats Allen 57-0 t One example that looms large in the focus of this columnis
First it was the quarterback situation, where John Stofa came I our own Florida A&M University Rattlers; in the past two
along and took them off the limb. What happens?He suffersa decades this team has produced football greats,who have gone
broken ankle and a knee Injury.Then comes Bob Griese who Alfred Haywood, a 190- the second quarter with another to the acme of the game;yet has never been an integrated team;
was rounding out the situation and suffers a shoulder injury. pound freshman halfback from six yard pass to Samuel thus proving that integration nor segregation will stand in the
How long can team take all this?We will have to hope for the Matthew W. Gilbert High Cooper (Identical twin to way of well utilized talent.
best until the injured return and make up for lost time.It School of Jacksonville, ran Daniel from Clewis Wright.As The FAMU Rattlers have long been classed a power among
looks like the quarterback situation has found Itself. With three touchdowns as Bethune- the defense continued to small schools,and many think even so they have been kept back
Rick Norton playing in his last two games he has overcomeall Cookman College rolled over rush the offensive unit of by their limitations.It .
his troubles and has shown supremacy against some of the the Allen University Yellow- Allen, B-CC scored twice on would be interesting to see the Rattlers play a team out
toughest teams In the league. With some help this weekend, Jackets; Columbia, S. C.,57-0 fumbles recovered both times side of their usual area in the upcoming Orange Blossom Clas-
things might look different after all. The Dolphins face Joe completing a successful by Johnny Allen, a 230 pound
Namath and his New Jets at the Orange Bowl Sunday, Oct. 22 homecoming weekend, last guard. The point after touch- sic.This would test their ability and at the same time generatea
at"4:30p.m. llttleencouragement .nt'won'thurttf'ou: all turn Saturday, at the gala, homecoming down was kicked by Alvin little more Interest in a game that has held a climax for

out and make them forget their troubles.it's possible you are event. Wyatt. thousands of fans throughout the south for many years.
likely to see one of the best games of the season. Once again Held to a minus 84 yeards, George King, quarterback,
forget their last few games which were played on the road, and the Yellowjackets were who took over late in the sec- EXCELSIOR FOURTH WEEK OF BOWLINGWith
sometimes a handicap don't forget when you play on your owe no match for the B-CC Wild- ond quarter scored quickly on almost a complete change of positions after each weekof
field,also the crown. gives the players a spirit and encourage cats' defensive team, known in a quarterback keeper.B-CC's bowling,the Excelsiors find themselves in this position after
ment. the SIAC Conference asTank's running backs continued to four weeks on the lanes. -

For reservations call 379-1851 or'377.0738'or go to Gate Terror Team. grind out yardage as Anthony TEAM WON LOST
14. g The defensive squad with a Grisby scored on a four yard The 5 Summersetts 13 3
line averaging 250 pounds un- rush. Then Haywood, enteringthe Yale Organ Cobras 13 3

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL NOTES der the direction of Lloyd game for the first time, Bowlers Pro Shop 12 4
'Tank' Johnson is one of the scored three touchdowns in Thompson Texaco 11 5
Coral Gables showssuprenucyamongthehlghschools. This top units in the SIAC Confer- successions of 16 yards; The Olympics 9 7
Includes Miami High. After the drubbing they gave Coral park ence. They've given up only 66 8 yards; and 6 yards. Twice Cloverleaf Sport Shop 8 8
last week, 39-6, it seems that Nick Koty'sboys are ready for net yards rushing in three the PAT was kicked byLemar Leo's Sport World 8 8
all competition. This week at the Orange Bowl theStings will
games. Hardaway.The Best Lawn Service 8 8
undefeated Southwest who routed Miami Beach 27-0.This
play The Wildcats, still undefeated Wildcats, undefeated in Hagan & Fonda ((1)) 7 9
should be a turning pointfor either team.It will be worthwhile the first starts will to
scored in three Journey Continental Cleaners 6' t 10
to this .. both team:undefeated.I expect there will ,
see !
game quarter on a six yard pass Huntsville, Alabama Saturday, Hagan & Fonda ((2) 6 10
be loads of scouts at this !). Miami High had a hard time
gam to Daniel 21 to take Alabama
from Clewis Wright Oct. on The Hustlers 6 10
beating Norland in which they were lucky to win 13-7. It look-
Cooper. They struck again in A&M Bulldogs. Tuckers Famous Foods 3 13
ed to mt while watching this game, Norland was all fired up 9 to 9 TV Drive-in 2 14
but the score was the difference.The play seemed mostly Nor-
land's. Kill an put a fight against Hialeah and set-
up game
Individual high single Jackson 247 Lonnie
Rattlers Face Tennessee game; Tommy ,
tled for a 7-7 standoff. After Mays suffered first defeat to Mincey 246, Oswald Smith 246.
Coral Park, 26-19, in its last 16gamfs, Traz Powell is doinga Individual three
high game: Archie Brown 674, Willie Rob-
little shaking up. Traz Is one c oac h who hates to lose a State SaturdayThe inson, 632, James Thomas 627
Palmetto beat Columbus 6-0. South Dade 20; Miami
game. ; Top a v era g e r s 180 and up; Willie E. Robinson, John
Springs 7. Joe Brodsky's boys woke ipand defeated Key West Florida A&M Univer- a 5-3 margin in the series between Green 196, James Thomas 193, Sam Benjamin 192, Dennis
20-0. Jackson has looked bad lately. This game might wake sity Rattlers travel to Nash- the two small college Park 186, David Hall 185, Tommy Jackson 183, Johnny Har-
them up. vile, Tenn., this Saturday to powerhouses. FAMU has held vey 181, Eddie Way 180.
I forgot to mention that after its loss to Coral Park, Mays meet the Tigers of Tennessee Its first four opponents to 36

came back and defeated their arch rival, Northwestern,13-7. State University. TSU, once points, holding three score, EXCELSIORETTES FOURTH WEEK RESULTSTop

This could have made Traz Powell happy after his shakeup. beaten this season, will carrya less. The Rattlers have amassed averages: Ruby Garland 167, Bessie Richburg 161,

3-1 mark into the contest 157 points in their four Mamie Harvey 155, Francis Howard 150, Maester Phillips 148,
FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB NOTES with the Rattlers. FAMU is 4-0 victories. Arlena Terry 145, Carrie Peak 140. -
for the season, coming off an
Flagler's $20,000 Kennel Medley Championship looks likeIt Impressive 44-0 trouncing of
may turn out to be another re-run of the Happy Stutz Story. Morris Brown College of Atlanta
That is to say, Happy has won the event for the last two yearsIn last Saturday. TSU is tiTiTTTiS
a row and right now he'd have to be given a good shake to ranked fifth in the nation
make it three straight with the finals come around on Oct. 28. among small colleges, while
Happy's happy combination of youth and experience In the A&M is ninth.Tennessee holds
four-event medley produced two wins and a pair of seconds in
last Saturday's second round and that moved him out in frontof
the pack with 65 points to the Jordan Kennel's 54. Are you sick? Need Afternoon and Night

Others in the top eight going into the last of the three pre- deliverance from all J
liminary rounds Saturday are Ken Hutchings with 50 points, evil? Come see this r

Ray Randle with 48, George Fulton 47, 0. K. Duke, Jr., 46, greaf woman of God Racing EachSaturday

Bill Ewalt and Gene Randle, 43 each. who I is gifted to talk '_
Close enough to muscle their way into the finals with good
sickness and
performances this Saturday are Joe LaCroix with 34.HARRY'S away t / ;
evil immediately.There I I .

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HOT DOGS God). This woman is a Post Time 1:45 p.m. and B p.m.pERF

Jim Snell from the George Fulton Kennel is being touted as born prophetross and TA
the best young pup to com along so far at Flagler. Won his is I available for TIN

maiden race in by ten lengths at 31.43 and whipped Bill Ewalt's church affairs and c a ;.
fine young 'un, Grand Joe, in his first graded start at last Sa- teas. E.

turday's matinee..Both these pups look like steady winners. For Appointments Call ,
Watch for Crimson Rocket to corn bouncing in, soon as he : I

drops to Grade C which looks like it may be soon. Gogo PROPHETRESSL. : ; ( II NO tHWTN
Claude is a good,shot any start now. Big Bad Brad is likewise SMITH
overdue down in Grade E Keep an eye on BB's 691-2976 i rt f Ji Gftyhound Shf
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& Tax Service 4400 NW 7th Avenue FLOR ST WILL BE LISTED BY CLASSIFICATION EVERY WEEK FOR AS LITTLE AS $5.00 PER
1730 NW 57th Str..t Earl Edwards, Prop.SHADDIE'S IIIlaml, merle: >> MONTH((3 month minimum controcl)FOR A THREE LINE LISTING.ADDITIONAL LINES

69J2114.BARBER) TAVERN WILL COST$1.00 MORE PER MONTH. LARGER SPACES MAY ALSO BE CONTRACTED
SHOPS 6800 NW 15th Av.nu. FOR AT S1.7SPER COLUMN INCH.
Live Entertainment Weekends .

BASSMAN 6580 NW 22nd BARBER Av.nu.SHOP .340 N.W. 7th Aw,"", 1ou can \list\ your .. .. .. .
John Hosklns, Jr., Prop. REAL ESTATE '-11'11I1. 'I.I \like this /" : ;, ., :' "' l "
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CARLTON REALTY business\ ,' !'Bi'II'i ', ,.;),'>< .in".. ,("JJ') 'lijflf'VLi' 0 .'X1: '
1262 NW 32nd Street ; 'c'
DRESS SHOPS 635-3177 (Ear only\ $5 :: :
PATRICIA'S INC.
5843 NW 17th Av.no. LIFE REALTY THE TIMES
696.3515 4932 NW 7th Avenue per month I 330 NW IS* AVENUE
PL 9-4371 MIAMI FLORIDA. 31147

LORY'S FASHION SHOPS "See our ad on page 22" I

6112 NW 7th Avenue 1"t P/eaie/ list my business in your Dotfe County. ,Business Directory
Martin W. Smith BROWN REALTY and bill/ me monthly.
4740 NW 7th Avenue I
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FUNERAL HOMES 7540655SHOE NAME 0' BUSINESS
RAHMINCS EVERGREEN WIRE FLOWERS dAR6ERSHOPS I .
MORTUARY ANYWHERE ADDRESS OP BUSINESS
1744 NW 3rd Avenue |400 Minimum 2i 1.2345 I
371-8343 REPAIR I't'tme PHONE OR PROPRIETORS MAM(
Cod 305
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RANGE FUNERAL HOME JOHNSON & SONS Fid addiliunlli""tr'd
5770 NW 17th Avenue SHOE SHOP 754-8061 ".00 per month
691-4343 6570 NW 15th Avenue ... _ _1
691-9850 758-4371
LAUNDRY &

CLEANINGWILLIAMS' For additional information Call 691-0421

TAILORS & CLEANERS KEEP YOURDRIVER'S FOR THE
LICENSE
1 Service
Day Alterations
4842/ NW 27th Avenue BEST BUY
Phony 634-9251
OUR CLASSIFIED ADS
DE SOTO CLEANERS Let us reupholster
1515 NW 62nd Street OF THE HOME your
old furniture like
new.
696-0862 OF YOUR CHOICE Couch and choir $49.95. IRING RESULTS

UPHOLSTERY SEE : Slip covers, couch and

___ chair $29.95drapesand
AL'S UPHOLSTERY _. : _
5509 NW 7th Avenue : curtains, very low prices
759.8907 .dIf(tsr ,1 1 No money down. E-Z

EARL CARROLL terms. COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE

PHOTOGRAPHY can get you GARY'S DISCOUNT
STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
IMMEDIATEAUTO CITY
JOHNSON OF MIAMI INSURANCE 2303 NW 62nd STREET

1186 635-4748 NW 38th Street IMMEDIATE. 693-4952 VET TV I

SONNY WRIGHT TED FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET !
SR-22 FILINGS

Small Down* # Payments UniversalReal AFRO-BAHAMIAN 379-7735 i

Low Monthly Payments I IMPORT-EX CORP. I
-LOOKING FOR A GOOD 871 NW7thSt..RJox 846 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9
tARL CARROLL HallandaU BFIa.119 I
: PAINT & BODY SHOP? Estate
;, Ins..Agency of Fla. 4 Phone 9271927
YOU'VE FOUND ITI 4602 NW 7th AVENUE 4600 NW1th AVENUE Prey H,pburn t

COMPLETE PAINT 759-4603 751-8642 JI -41211

JOB $29.95 tNELIAt! J758 feC GCS

S All types of body work,

welding cor waxing KING THE TAILOR SAVE UP TO 40% < /?tf
t This ad worth $5.00 on
any body work "The Pants King" ONKellam's ALL r
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1 Auto Insurance
' Auto 6129 NW 7th Ave REPAIRS OX MOW \
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J Liability Physical IN YOUR HOME tocou)}
Paint & Damage 40YFIlrEXlpfR/fJilf'E'

Pants Made to Measure Any Style SR 22 Filing 8 / stmm4

' Body Shop From: $19.95 Mo One Refused

Fast Service Perfect Fit Guaranteed GOOD DRIVERS
1495 NW 32nd AVENUE Thousands Patterns for Your Approval No Finance'Charge

,' PHONE: 693-0097 as little as Roof Leaking ???

15% DOWN
CALL BLOSSOM ROOFING
AT SHELL'S CITY., .
The Leak
(South Door) '< ', ; | King '
I Licensed & Insured
AL'S UPHOLSTERY PLAZA INSURANCE?!I t PENALIZING :
MILADY'S SALON I IM THE FASTEST FINEST
DECORATORS ., OF BEAUTY AGENCY ROOFING SERVICE

7911 NW 7th Avenue Phone: 754-4951 New roofs for as little as $10.00 down

Antique Modern 758677PREWINTER 5941 NW 7th Avenue WE. .ALSO( INSTALL WINDOWS & AWNINGS
FURNITURE UPHOLSTERING'
ALL BLOSSOM NOW 691-2650
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Restyled Repaired Refinished SPECIAL k 1
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NO CHARGE FOR ESTIMATES Free conditioning Treat
WORK CALLED FOR OR DELIVERED ment with Hairdo. Special USED CARS

.*, AL TRESVANT. Prop. good Oct. 12 Nov. 12. FOR SALE Why Not Start a Successful Life for Yourself

PHONE: 159-8901 5509 NW 7th AVE. By Enrolling in
BANK REPOSSESSIONS

1964 Pontiac Grond-Prix, Sunlight School
2 door hardtop, air cond.,
power steering, power
OUR CLASSIFIED ADS P brake,power wlndowi.$2036.32 radio. 1113 NW 3rd AVENUEBeauticians

always in demand.Start any day.
1965 Dodge
Coronet goo 2
tRI BG RESULTS door hardtop bucket seats EASY TERMS LOW ENTRANCE FEE
HAIR POMADE console automatic trans
mission, power steering, VISIT OR CALL: FR 4-9998
t 3 Keeps Hair radio.
; Neat and $1994.55WellGroomed

1967 Plymouth, 4 door,

Jack's MEN'S WEAR New Improved MURRAY All Day heir steering Fury I,, air :tandS2760$ 21;; AUTO INSURANCE

wonders on
kinky, hard-to-managc hair. Applied 1963 Pontiac Convertible, Immediate SR-22
SEE "MR. JACK"FOR in the morning, hair keeps that just Filing
combed" look all day. Satisfaction radio power steering.
guaranteed Get $103".09 Don't be fooled )by low down payment for application
ALL MURRAY to which do not jive you Insurance coverage.. We have
FOR AGES .
STYLES
day. On tale at// been In business for two generations and take pride
..s The Very Latest In Men's Fashions ieeouateraevery-drug and cosmet est 1963 Bidder.I Falcon Truck. High. in servicing our customers with honest explanations
where. Q MURRAr y and honest answers. W. Insure you with companies
SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS CALL TODAY that give you the lowest possible rates.
LARGE SIZE SO* MUARAT'8
ITALIAN SHOES """'" LOW MONTHLY
LINCOLN NATIONAL PAYMENTS
SMALL SHE 2i( -'w'
BANK D. GOODMAN & SONS
'944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI, FLORIDA MURRAY'S SUPERIOR PRODUCTS CO. 2638 NW 62nd ST. Qx ,1-0380
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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday. ,-October 20, J967 25 ,.

Prepares For Education knowledge that Mr. Henry J. sey Junior High, Dade County ;
WeekA THE DORSEY Mott's science students are and Florida. Our association

dutifully in charge. It is reported commends the students 'ahd
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unique program being These factors will be '
implemented muiity, the students hope to DIARY
at Miami from a reliable souce physical educationstaff;. for a
designed Northwest
through speakers, build i coda of ethics for the that cannibalism and homicidal Job well done.Sincerely. <

ern for its annual observanceof posters, contests, panels, and parents as well as the teach- The first meeting of Dor- tendencies the
American Education Weak, other varied media, in an effort ers. sey's PTA took place MondayOct. among 1
a program which seeks to deal to establish more forceful 9, at which time officers wee fishes is keeping the population Erma Johnson, President j(

with contemporary youth image of the school in the It is'growing more obvious'for the present school year down. Donations therefore Dade County Association for f
problems. educative were installed. The slate of will be accepted.Las Health and Physical Ed. '
of '
process today'ssociety everyday that students now:are t but not least another 1
The program, under the becoming more cognizant of t, officers are, ; President, Mrs. ,
chairmanship of Mrs. Ruby bne Important facet basedon the fact that education is an undertaking Janie Jones;vice-president, Congratulatory ceived. It reads letter was re JOLLY FRIENDSThe

Rayfordis geared towardstwo the above two factors, Expression in which members Mr. Harry Smith; secretary, : Jolly Friends Social and
major factors .. Expression and Communication, of the community :and profes Mrs. Arvalean Thomas; assistant Dear Mr. Allgood: Civic Club with Mrs. Mae

and Communications.. is now being carefully considered sional leaders must cooperatein secretary, Mrs. Lorraine In behalf of the Dade County Wood as president, will meet

by the students of Miami the determination of the Vaught; treasurer, Mrs. Association for Health and Saturday night Oct. 21, at the

ALLAPATTAH JR. HIGH Northwestern; namely a: policies and welfare of the Sheba Martin; chaplain,Mrs.. Physical Education, I wish to home of Mrs. Emma L.Ward.
school Myrtis Culmer. Mrs.Ann take this opportunity to congratulate All members
motto. Another is a school They are willing to do are urged to be
PTA TO MEET code of ethics for the entire their part, but they do need the Tillman, area coordinator,Installed the students and the present. Business of importance
student body. Later, with the concern and the support of the new officers in a physical education staff of .
Tho first Allapattah Junior help of the adults of this com- their elders. candle lighting ceremony. We Dorsey Junior High School for M. I. Daniels, secretary.
High School Parent Teachers congratualte all the abovementioned their outstanding achievement

Association meeting wlllbe for the responsibilities In the AAHPER Physical Fitness THANK YOU

held in the school cafeteria on lillie C. Evans P.T.A. they have assumed. Program. Being ranked Mr. Arthur C. Blatch who
Wednesday, Oct. 25, at 8 p.m. President of the Student number one in the nation is in-was hospitalized for several

This will be an opportunityto Officers Council, Patricia Evans, gave deed an honor, and the days, wish to thank the many
meet the teachers In the InstalledThe greetings. Vice president of DCAHPE is proud of you. friends for their kind ways of

homeroom where the first six- PTA officers of LillieC. A the student council, Vanessa Your students have brought expression for a speedy recovery

weeks report card will be dis Evans Elementary School will be Pre-Halloween Carnival Haynes, offered a prayer, national recogniztion to Dor- .
held
the
tributed. All citizens of the <'were installed at our initial on school Trumpet duet was given by
Invited to (grounds, Friday.Oct. 27, beginning Glenn
community are learn Dalley and Richard
meeting Monday, Sept. 25, by
about our community school Miss Alexine at 3:00 Grace.
DeLancy. i p.m. Games,
program which has already We thank Station WMBMforthe
1 prizes, refreshments, and fun
made a fine beginning.The upcoming Officers are: Mrs.Lois An- i galore are store for you,our spot announcements about
,milla e election will derson, president; Mrs.HazelL. Invited public. the PTA meeting.
also be dlscu. sed. Wilcox, vice-president; Now for the first time in

Allapattah Junior High will Mrs. Minnie Jordan, record- Mrs. L. Anderson, president Junior high schools throughoutDade

continue this year to com ing secretary; Mrs. JohnnieM. Mrs. Alese Gill, princi:: County, a new course is
munlcate wfth parents by Edwards, assistant secre- pal. being telecast this year u I

sending "passing notices' instead tary; Mrs. Emma Jones, fin- World Cultural Geography. .
of the "failing no ancial secretary; Mrs. Joyce Reviews of the lessons are being ,

tices." If pupils do not bring Knight, treasurer; and Mrs. RATTLER'S INC. TO given an added boost by

home tills notice during the Clara Wade, chaplain. SPONSOR BUSES having inter-school competition | v
middle of the six-weeks mzrk- TO West Miami Jr.High will y

ing period, the parent should Committee chairman are SOUTHERN GAMERattler's compete with Dorsey in Nov. THE DAY CARE CENTEROF
assume that the pupil is in need : Teacher of the course, Mrs.
THE
Membership, Mrs. Mary Bry- Inc. will
of help. The should sponsor Doris Pittmin is her
parent selecting
ant; Hospitality, Mi'J. G.Bur- two busses to Tallahassee for BETHLEHEM MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCHIS
avail himsjlf of our counsel- four contestants and we will
rows and Mrs. Neillie Green, I Southern Un!. vs. Florida A &
ing services. There will be a release these names in thee NOW REGISTERING CHILDREN FOR THE
co-chairman; Safety Mr. T. L. M Univ. football game to b FALL SESSION
near future Name of this TV
counseling evening for work-
Albury, Jr.; Budget and Finance l played Saturday, November
ing parents. An appointmentmay game; : WCG 9 Football. Watch Time 7 until
Mrs. Flora Bowens 11th. Bus A will leave Miami a.m. 5 p.m. Monday thru Friday.
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be for the names of Fist $5.00 .k.
made the Dorseyiteswho wa
by phoning per
Program, Mrs. H. L. Wilcox.A Thursday at 11
school 634-9787. p.m. and arrive will appear on TV. Addr.... 420 NW 40th Str..t
i in Tallahassee at For further Information
Friday, nallt
the
In meantime for thoseof
,
very interesting program I<
PRE-SCHOOL MEETING 7:00: a.m
and get-acquainted hour was You you who lay awake at night 158.3446 OR 758-5921
Pre-school organization may secure reservations FREE PICK UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE
enjoyed by the many parents wondering who is in charge of
meeting will be held Saturday, and, friends. \ by calling North's Travel the fish in the library acquar i- (0c6))
October 21, at Laughlin's Kindergarten ;Bureau. Plan now to attend the
um, you may rest easy in the
5605 NW 32nd Ave. Bi-monthly mcetins are I game of the year and enjoy ,
Please plan. to attend. 'A treat held on the fourth Mondays at :yourself by going up on the bus -- -
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? THE MIAMI TIMES Frldnv. October 20., 1967
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CARLTON Homes For Sale

53 00 Down $95 Mon tit'

REALTY 'Includes Taxes and Insurance

N BROKER :' 3 bedroom, 2 bath beauty
(BROKER)
t ,I ,\t.'. OPEN SUNDAY I ". Carport, just painted. Many other extras.

635-3/77 h, :.\' ',,! ,,, :I.\f.;<*\;M ASK FOR EUGENE KEMP

He Serves Miami SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS Daytime 635-4595

lot Neat 2 bedroom CBS, large Flo room, tile roof, Nite time 691.0789
FHA CBS 4 bedrm, 2 bath, extra corner;
city water and also end well for
pump your yard,
down month.
$15,500, $500 $96.21
\ stove, refrigerator, air conditioner. Bargain at
: FHA CBS 3 bedrm, H1 bath, tllerf, terr. Irs,, $9,600, $300 down and $59.65 month, FHA. FORD REALTYIIC.! Broker
l. fenced, $12,900, $400 down, $80.18 mo.

FHA CBS 2 bedrm, 1 bath, porch, carport. 'ISELLER, PAYS'AIL CLOSING COSTS;:,';;; : 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595
$10,000, $300 down, $62.22 mo. [2400:NW:98th St,' Lk! '.:n.w'z, bedroom'\CBSjTFjoroomft ;: f .,
( large corner ,lot, tile roof, freshly pointed
: NO QUALIFYING [inside. and ot..FHA, Bargain at $11,500 with I ..+
3 BEDRMS, 2 BATHS, Beautiful Prestige home. !$350..down, 71.52 month. Vacant. ,We have keys.
$18,000, $3,450 down, $120 mo. pays all.
SELLER PAYS ALL COSTS
CLOSING
3 BEDRMS, I BATH[ CBS-Corner. Must seel 2355 NW 89th St. Lovely 3 bedroom CBS. Jalousie UNIVERSAL REAL ESTATE, INC.
$11,300, $ down, $113 mo. pays all. windows, awnings, stove, frig.,2 air conds.
Large water and well for yard. FHA bar Realtors
SPECIAL 3 BEDRMS, 2 BATHS, corner, Ex gain, $11,80 $400 down, $78.24 month. Vacant.We .
tra lot. $15,500, $2, OO down, $100 mo. have keYI.IWBSELLER 2 bedroom CBS, comer, nice neighborhood,
VETERANS& DISPLACED PERSONS-SICO DOWN FHA terms, 8901 NW 19th Ave. Call to see.
PAYS'ALL CLOSING COSTS: \! .;,
2 2il. .te98th'f St i(Modern duplex oii;:'lar"9: 'lot:' 3 bedroom CBS, like new, only $300 down
fcJoloVstffwIndWs'freshlyI) ; Inside andouf .
with
".: :' FHA bargain at $11.000 with $350 ','down J. one mortgage. Mortgage payment only
and $73.09 mo,'.Ljve' frtti Vacant. We havekeyi.: ,;}; $55.16 month.
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SELLER PAYS ALL LOSING COSTS 2 bedroom, CBS, price reduced to $10,000with
1995 NW 155th St. Opa-locka. Very pretty CBS bank terms, 2258 NW 78th Street.
Realty Inc.of like new inside and out. Enclosed front porch,
King Fla room, jalousie windows, fenced yard. Big 2 bedroom CBS, very large house with extra
bargain at $7,800, $250 down, $57.24 month, lot. Fenced yard sunken Fla
room
Realtors FHA. Vacant, we have key. Our best buyl carport
Jftiami, ..' and breezeway. Price $17,000 FHA, 2034
SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS '. ,'.' NW 93rd Street.
1566 HE 153rd Terrace.. Pretty'2 bedroom CBS .
In Washington Park. Tile roof, awning window, ",' 3 bedroom CBS, large Fla room, built-in kit-
hardwood floors. Will\ make like' new., FHA bars, chen, very large lot, separate garage, FHA
gain,at? $1 0,00.0, $39 down, ,,$62.22mow. Vacant, terms.Call to see this beauty,2005 NW 93rd
9000 NW 9 COURT '" ,We, bayt, ,keys.. ,..:(lk 1.,: ;' i.l. ) :,.I2it: i 'J'. Street.

2 bedroom, air cond., carpeting, drapes, garage. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
FHAv $100 down to vets. Beautiful bedroom CBS in Washington Parkareaon 1071 NW 90th Street, CBS with Fla. room.

2461 NW 99 STREET NE 151st Terrace. Carport, terrazzo floors, Only $450 down, FHA. Call for appointment.Small .
(jalousie windows, front porch, fenced yard. FHA
2 gorgeous bedroom, Fla room, stove, rugging, $400 down and $80.18 month. Va-
price $12,900,
garage, FHA. $100 down to vets. cant. We have keys. 2 bedroom, but like new, CBS, NW 50th
Street, FHA only $250 down, $55 mo. pays
1941 NW 88 STREET [ SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING c' sis'i: : ; ) all.

Extra large corner, 2 bedroom, huae.JLJa room, *'|t;Lovely 3 bedroom CBS 'In. Opa-locka.. THe.roof/, :
carport, $450 down FHA. Vets $100 d.o."!.,,.' "modern kitchen. ,. large hdroo..., 'lalonsle win' :+ 3 bedroom, 2 baths, screen porch, CBS on
" down, large lot. Near school; bus, shopping.:Bai.ain ", large corner lot. Only $450 down on FHA
LITTLE RIVER DRIVE AREA at: $ 2,500, $400 down ondt$7,7.6J mod! FHAaaa\ terms.
Beautiful 4 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room, screened
patio, garage, circular drive. $1,000 down FHA. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS WE ARE OPEN DAILY, INCLUDING SUNDAY
.) Craver Lakes area. 300 NW 53rd St.Beautiful2 bedroom,2 bath ham.
3120 NW 12 AVENUE Fla room, carport, jalousie windows awnings Universal Real !
oil heat, stove, air cond., FHA price S14,000S4Sbdown
i"; Beautiful 2 bedroom, Fla room, garage, enclosed
;,f front porch, vets $100 down. $86.91 month. Estate, Inc. r
> : -NO QUALIFYING-, NO' RED TAPE : ;
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'a HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWN "
4600 NW
7th
Ave.
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; Lovely 2 bedroom home, large Fla room, carport, :
:t WE SPECIALIZE' IN HOMES stove!!" and refrigerator,. large landscaped yard, I L'
FOR PERSONS 751-8642
: ,; near; schools, buses, shopping. Move right In. "
BEIHGDISPLACED IN URBAN RENEWAL AREA, ',Bargain at $8,500 with $600 down and $75 month/ Sonny Wright
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MIAMI ,
HOUSING PROJECTS, VETERANS.CAL L 'T. ) t H' R'1nr
TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY. YOU'R ONLY A
PHONE CALL AWAY. NO RED TAPE NO QUALIFYINGModern

3 bedroom CBS, large lot, jalousie win.
dows, stove, refrigerator, air cond. ultra modern
kitchen, large fenced yard. Price ${2,000, $1,000 Buy A House Today

,Best Buys in Town down and $85 month. ((1)) 1370 NW 58th Ter. $500 down.No quali-

,,',IIO OUALIFY$ G I REDTAPEUautlfol fying.
REDUCED $2,000 Large split-level CBS dup- odim 3 bedroom' CBS 1n ntvwlndowi ..oretM"Trrhiio
lex. 3 BEDROOM, 1H BATH. Built-in kitchen floortl '. jaloa tfe'' / fow l ina ((2) 1917 NW 152nd Ter. 2 bedroom, $250
dining room, pantry. 2 BEDROOM APT. All furn. sto va pl conditioner"watd;ta t+rall''rp etiwqllferpainyot down.
Only $17,500 total. Reasonable down. $12,0l wii4riT; tab.tivirr .

HOME & INCOME 2 or 3 bedroom plus garage A ei 1$ of $Q teoni i p.o i l1, ((3)) 3850 NW 170th St. 3 bedroom, $300

apt. in rear. Only $12,500. Reasonable down. down.
nice area.
FIND SECURITY WITH INCOME PROPERTIESWe ((4)) 5430 NW 15th Ave. 1 bedroom, 2 bath,
MON EY MAKER 5 waits CBS. Completely furn. have a few 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 unit apartment Fla room.
Good rental area. Always rented. Located near
buildings that you can buy with as little as $1,500
everything. Some cash needed. Good terms. down. Live free In one apartment and collect income ((5)) 3274 NW 68th St. $100 down. $20 wk.
from the others. No red Move %.
in.
tape. right
LIVE FREE. 2 houses on 1 lot. 3 bed
room, RENT and 2 bedroom home. Near buses, ((6)) 2345 NW 65th St. New Duplex. $1,000
schools, shopping, sacrifice at $9,500. Rca son" down.
able down.

FHA OWNER PAYS CLOSING COSTS C Bi1Y: ibliY t'' ''lrMA M S F9 ((7)) 3401 NW 178th St. $300 down. $73 mo.
$190 llQWtI I'F YOM AREA VET OL KNF6.
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$250 DOWN. CBS BEAUTY. 1 bedroom, Fla rm, 6ISPLACEDAD IF YOUCAN QUAL'FY ,
dining room, appliances, 1 air cond., extras. 2 ; ((8)) 1420 NW 73rd St. 3 bed, 2 bath, $1,000
car garage. Fenced. $11,500 total. "" down.
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$250 DOWN LIKE NEW CBS. 2 bedroom, dining FOR RENT
room, large lot. Only $7,500 total. 4 559}/ NW 58th St. 1 bed. house. $18 week.

WE HAVE MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS REALTYBROKER 3274 NW 68th St. 1 bed. house. $20 week.
$100 DOWN FOR VETS & DISPLACED PERSONS 268 NW 45th St. 2 bed. house. $20 wk.
14460 NW 22nd Ave. .1 bed. opt. $16 week.

4932 NW 7th Av.. OPEN SATURDAY & SUNDAY
SHELL REALTY BROKER
PL '.4371. :1 fORD REALTYINC. Broker

4260 NW 7th Ave. 758-5551 ) Open Evenings S'undoy. ,, ,
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FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS $500 Down

Lovely room in convenient location parties dull hum drum? Add No qualifying or cloi.rod;

nice middle.; age lady real zip to your gathering with 1457 NW 50th Strttt

preferred. Call 751-0294. led live entertainment. Con- Lovely CBS, Vacant.
tact mo in person or by mail
I WORDS OR LESS 1,50. SO FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. Middle-aged female forcom. Al Hayes 828 NW 2nd Ave. $400 Down
Month All
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON I panion for elderly woman 696- Oct. 28 $98 Pays
. 9684. No doling costs

FOR SALE FOR SALEINCOME FOR SALE $250 DOWN 8720 NW 14th Avenue lot.
Duplex. 1 ,bedroom large liv Nice CBS on large cor.
2 CBS beauties on 1 lot Livein PROPERTY 3 bedroom, 2 bath,CBS, 1 yea ing room, dining room kitchen 2241 NW 88th Street $500 down

one, rent frees Rent from WITH STEADY JOB old, no qualifying.$1,800 dow unfurnished, child OK,vicinity 2 bedroom CBS on 3 lets No Qualifying

other enough to pay oft mort and good credit buy this lovely; payment. Move right in.Drive 23 Ave. and 43rd St. NW $2C: o e No closing costs
gage. Front home, 2 bedroom 2 bedroom home plus 1 bedroom by: 1490 NW 41st st.Then call week or $75 month. 691-4668 1720 NW 30th Strttt

1 bath, Fla. room, carpert. rental and live RENT Fenster Realty, Broker, 759 I $350 DOWN Nicely (urn. 2 bedroom, 2

Rear house 1 bedroom, Fla., FREE. Ranges,refrigerators,, 8779. Furnushed efficiency. Call : bath, air cond.$1OOOdownNo.
room, turn.Fenced yard.Must air-condition, double garage 754-0977. 10127 NW 25th Avenue Qua lily ing
seel! FHA $500 down $96 mo. down. Let's tall LIKE NEW BEAUTY '
Only $200 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS, 1115 NW 38th Strttt
Atlantic and Pacific Realtors business. 1901 NW 88th Tern $400 DOWN $77 MONTH NW 17 Ave. at 43rd St. 1 bed- fenced Co rim lot. 4 bedrooms, (urn. homo.'

6660411.No 2 large bedrooms, Fla. room, room duplex furnished, middle Hurry) This will sell

Open house: Open Sunday 2- 6 carport, huge lot, tile roof, age man and wife $80 month ost.
qualifying. Pretty 3 bed- p.m. 1220 NW 88th St. Owne wall to wall carpeting, air no pets. HI 5-3524 or FR 3- WilsonRealty \ CALL JOAN 693.2577

ro im, 1 bath, CBS carport, anxious, 3 bed, 2 bath, FH; condition, huge kitchen, awn 3175. ALLAPATTAH REALTY
largeyard, take over one FHA home, with carpet, a bighorn ings, Must seel 9800 NW 25t I Realtors 633-0426

mortgage already placed $83 carporte. Priced right, so Ave. Owner 693-2631. Large efficiency with enclosed

month pays all. Atlantic and come by S u n d a y to discus p o r c h. Furnished. Quite 691-6166
pacific Realtors 666-0411 terms. Fenster Realty(Broker 929 NW 49th ST. neighborhood. Suitable for
MOVE RIGHT IN
) 759-8779. couple. One or two children
pretty 3 bedroom,1 bath CBS, CBS, Fla. room, 2 bedroom, accepted. Near 73rd St. and
tile roof, hardwood floor,' $500 down, CBS duplex, Alla- livig room,dining:r o o m, garage Miami -
fenced corner lot FHA pattah. No qualifying.No closing $495 down, $82 month Ave. $20 week, plus NEED A JOB? START WORK TODAY!
electricity Mr. Hoffner, 757-
$13,000, $400 down, $80 mo cost. Owner 693-2631. 9762. NOW 2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
veterans or displaced persons, Mary L. Benton,Realtor

$100 down. Atlantic and Pacific FHA Room in private home 634- COOKS BUSBOYS
Realtors 666-0411. Washington Park, Veterans, $9,000 4313. DISHWASHERS PORTERS
$100 down. FHA $400 down. :3 $300 DOWN PAYMENT GAS STATION DRIVERS

Gorgeous 2 bedroom, 1 bath,, bedrooms, baths,fence,car 3 bedroom 2 bath frame un Rooms Reasonable; settled HOTEL & HOME MAIDS LIVE IN MAID SAl

Fla. room carport CBS, wall port.Mary furnished, open 1-5 Sunday! men or couple preferred.Call Employment ServiceOver
to wall carpet, FHA $11,7X, L.Benton,Realtor 728 NW 66th St. 696-8794 for full details.
$400 down, $72 month. Vet Call Mr. WilsonJ. 20 Years Service In Miami

erans or displaced person 9211 Little River Drive. De K. RealtyRealtors) Lovely 1 bedroom for lor 714 NW 62nd Street 758-7663

$100 down. Atlantic and Pacific luxe, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, garage working, couple $20 larger 534 N. Miami Avenue 379-8382
Realtors. 666-0411. tile roof,wall to wall car 2 large lots. Nos. 6 and 7. house $22 NE 5-5566

pets, central heat, FHA value Block 17 Washington Park

Beautiful home, fit for a King! of $18,400.00, $800.00 dowi 3rd addition, Ft. Lauderdale Nice 2 bedroom house, adults
3 bedroom, 2 bath, screened (Vets $500). No closing costs, See A. C. Blatch, 1369 NW 68 only. 754-6357 or PL 1-1404. NEW LUXURY HOMEWith

patio, tile roof, 2 car garage, $112.89 monthly you real Terr. Phone 691-2828.

formica kitchen, with built in ly want the best, see today Efficiency for steadily employed all 1968 features. 3 bedroom 2 baths,

stove, oven and dishwasher, Aetna RealtyBroker), 811 NW Grocery Store with nice growing single man. $11 week, family room, large kitchen with built-in oven,

many extras no closing cost 54th Street, Phone 757-5724,, business in the Browns 121 NW 39th St. 758-4873., stove formica cabinets. Must see to appreci -
FHA $900 down $116 month. open 7 days. ville area. Cheap price. For; -- ,

Drive by 3245 NW 99th St.Ph. information, phone: 691-9042 EfficicD Y. 4034 NW23rdAve. ate.
666-0411 for appointment Atlantic 9020 NW 9th Ct. bedroom,, Middle aged working lady DRIVE BY:

and Pacific Realtors., garage, fenced yard, tile roof,, Beauty shop for sale or least (;only). $12.50 per week or$50 8005 NW 15 Ave
sprinkler system, FHA $15- Best location. Resonabl;] mo. Call 888-2759 Mr. Smith.

Brand new fine quality 3 bedroom 000.00 No closing costs only priced. Resonable rent. ph THEN CALL 446-0887

2 bath home. North oi $450.00 down (Vets$100)),, 634-4828, Sat. -Sunday, even Exclusive. Efficiency in quite

expressway on open lot, at $93.33 monthly not many it ings. neighborhood air conditionand ..
4015 NW 24th Avenue. Phone this area at this price, act to- heated. Ideal for single

builder, PL 1-3604. Indef. day Aetna Realty (Broker), 1 bedroom home large living person or couple. Phone 633- SEWING MACHINE.

811 NW 54th St., Phone: 757- room, kitchen, large clothe; 4313. "REPAIR SPECIAL" '
Low down payment Move in 5724, open 7 days. closet, $1,000 down $65 mo.
In Your Home C lean ed & Oiled
today 2 bedrooms,den, Florida Vicinity 23 Ave and 43St. NW Room in the heart of liberty

room 8405 NW 24 Ave. 1135 NW 83rd St., 2 bedroom,, 691-4668. city. 1545 NW 68th St. phone:

Mary L.Benton,Realtor huge Fla. room, this beauty is 696-4570. Free Need!* & Bf ItI

on the lake, buy today for FHA NO CLOSING COST 99
NO QUALIFYING
appraisal of$15,000.00 -$450 $350 FHA$90 MONTH Efficiency and room partly
3 bedroom CBS stove refrig-
down, (Vets $100)No) closing 3400 NW 13th Ave. Very large furnished 323 NW 48th St. ttor Guarantee
wall
erator, wall to carpet,
costs $93.33 monthly, 2 bedroom, 2 bath,CBS, 2 Fla 7518376.
built in furniture, huge fire- cV Models
owner leaving diswasher, rooms, equipped kitchen, air- BROWARD .
placeonlYI,400doWDassume
mortgage payment of washing machine, stove, refrigerator conditioned: heat, sprinklers,, Room in private home for nice CALL COLLECT 6346242EDISON
and much, much carpeting.: It's a beauty! Drive lady or gentleman. 634-5691.
$11,600, payments $92.00 mo. more. Aetna Realty(Broker), by, then call 759-8741,Spitzer
A Ben-Kori Realtor 612 NW
,
,
811 NW 54th St., Phone: 757- Realty, Realtors.
60th St. call any time 751-2243
5724, open 7 days. CHILD: CAREIn
household good for sale. Specials
NO QUALIFYING 1864 NW 88th St., newly renovated headboard beauty
Bookcase ,
five monthsto
home. From
2 bedroom CBS plus Fla.room 2 bedroom, 1 bath,absolutely and all for my
mattress spring, old. Call for
total price $7,800 only $900 spotless inside and out- three years
$.25; TV, $15; buffet, $5; nice further information: 693-
down and payments of$81.00mo. total FHA price $10,500.00 -
white leather-
ttokself, $12; OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
This is deal. A. Vets $100)) No 4177.
a good $350.00 down ( rite chairs, $7.50each, at
Ben- Kori, Realtor, 612 NW closing: costs $65.11 monthly Office, 13740 NW7tfIve. 60 NW 68' STREET'
Lam
60th St. Call anytime 751-2243 I you must see, bring deposit 81-3831. Beautiful clean CBS homt. Tilt roof, carport,
Aetna Realty (Broker), Child day care in m y homo, dining room$300 down FHA ttrms.Lovtly ntigh

3 BEDROOM 1 BATH ill NW 54th St., Phone: 757- The beauty of beauties,3 bedroom Your child will be given the borhood. Convenient to everything.

Lovely NW Little River Dr. 5724, open 7 days. 2 bath, if you are looking best of care. 759-8335. Bidet, DRIVE BY EDISONTO

area, FHA terms under $17- 2374. NW 85th St., 3 bedroom, for something unusual 10dffration SEE THE FOLLOWING THE PROPERTIES
000 this( is a lovely home call of Fla. room then
to se4, it won't last. A. Ben- Fla.FHA $room 3QOO.QO-$400.Qq, tile roof, all CBS down, this appreciate HELP WANTED ((1)) 2 bedroom! CBS, tilt roof, $200 down FHA,, :

Kori Realtor 612 NW 60th texts,only.
ST for County
t $20,000
(Vets $100) $80.82 monthly Show biz employes needed.
Call anytime 751-2243. will not 8920 NW 8th Ave., interview ,((2)) No qualifying, only $11,500 total payment for
Vo closing costs. You Salary $30 $1,200 daily, this CBS home. Tilt roof, garage, fire place.
hen call Fenster Realty
find a better buy anywhere, at 127 NE 1st Ave.Studio -
3 BEDROOM 2 BATH broker, 759-8779. $88.64 month pays ev.rythlng..Near 45tH St. "
drive by, thencallAetnaRealty J17.Clever .
arid 5th Avenue.
Total FHA terms
$1,000 down$20,000 seethis by appointment (Broker), 811 NW 54th St., HOME PLUS INCOME ((3)) Pool home on 100x100 lot. This Is a btauty.

beautiful 1 corner Phone: 757-5724, Open7days.No Vlll sell cheap. Must have mature photographerto No qualifying. Take some eaih. Reduced to
; take snap shots In and outside -
property, wall to wall carpet, qualifying like new 3 bedroom 13,000 cash. 9496992.Oct. $14 500.
20No home phone 696-2240. CBS 4 old. No qualifying. Only
huge living room and garage.A. 2 bath, $15,500.00 total ((4)) duplex. years
down takeover $1,000 total cash down, payment. 2 bedrooms
Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612NW price, $1,300.00
closing cost. Fine home for tach sldt.
60th 751-2243 mortgage$111.00
St. Call anytime Thiss large family. 3 bedroom, extra MISCELLANEOUSLady ((5)) 3 bedroom CBS air conditioned ho.... $300
month pays everything. large Fla. room'' May be would like a ride to Kendall down, FHA ttrms. County only.
taxes
and .
LITTLE RIVER DR. an absolute beauty reliable -.:.
enclosed with dependable
used as 4th bedroom ,
Beautiful bedroom 2 bath should sell for much more, for rent porch, 1 bath CBS, tile party. 5 days a week. Call: WE HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES, FHA
CBS hugh Fla.room hardwood formation call Aetna Realty + FYING.
roof hardwood floor, wall to 696-7318. TERMS AND HO QUALI
,
floors, large eatin kitchen, on (Broker), 811 NW 54th St, Ph.T575724 .
vail carpet,fenced. FHA$14- YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHAHOMES FOR
canal, this is really great only open 7 days. 100, $450 down$86 month Vets A. rummage sale Saturday, October $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
$23,000 with terms don't miss
or displaced persons $100 21, 10 4. The American .
QUALIFY.WE
call for appointment to see.A, expressway and Urban Renewal DISPLACED AND IF YOU
it iso Legion Auxiliary. 2903
before
lown. phone now
Ben-Kori, Realtor 612 NW 60 buyers. If you are selling or late. Atlantic and Pacific Me Far 1 a neRd. Coconut ARE SURE WE HAVE WHAT YOU ARE

St. Call anytime 751-2243. your urban homj renewal to,expressway we have 2 CBS realtors 666-0411. Grove.; Clothing and household LOOKING FOR, COME IN TO SEE US.

4 BEDROOM 2 BATH lomas on 2 lots. 2 bedrooms foods. OPEN ALL'DaY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ..
iach. Drive by 265 NW 69th '
Total price $17,500 only $3- :
RENT Reliable and adding
FOR typewriter '
treet. Also we have a 2 story
300 down and assume mortgage beautiful 2 bedroom each du- private room to a nice quiet machine service give us a call, IDJSQK 1 ,REAllY'Reallors..
beautiful home with "
pool
hot ouple: NE 53845. hen comiare, our prises free
many missthis extras, you, A.can't Ben-Kori affordto ilex.leals! Don't Drive by miss 3411 these NW 9th pick up and delivery, we also 175, :KJf. 6M It 1S1-2441.CLTASSIFIEFIDS
lave rental service. Ph 379-
Partly furnished large 1 bedroom :
Realty
Realtor 612 NW 60th St. Call A ive., then call Fenster 1846.
anytime 751-2243. Broker 759-8779. adults MU 1-0325.



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'a : "--" FOP/. Management- I fnfersnip Pro yam Helps' College" Gratis 175,344 Atlanta book volumes.University collection has totaling a 11brary I


\: The Equal Opportunity Pro- sible through a $235,000 deductions from salary refuse Job opening and firms
;' gram has added to Its plans the Rockefeller Foundation Grant checks, and entitled to the have the Job opening and firms
'" EOPI Management Internship The intershlp will last from same fringe benefits as other have the right to refuse appli Your Last Chance to
Program, the purpose of which four to eight months.lithe employer employees.The cants. If an intern wishes to
! '.' is to improve employment opportunities chooses, he may: keep salary will vary according Improve or acquire skills re- Register
. for Negroes between interns in a' formal or informal to the firm or indus lated to his Job by taking a col-
.i('I the ages of 21 and 30, training program beyond try but interns are paid at the lege course, EOPI will reim-
.; ,: who have graduated from col- that period.During internship, entry scale the equivalent to buse eat h intern for amountsnot
: ",j lege within the past three persons will be employees of trainee wages in the same or over $60.
<' : years. the respective firms and sublet similar'levels, with granduat- For further information call
)i\, The program was made: pos- to the same rules, legalf ed increase in wages recom- EOPI Neighborhood Center or
mended. Mr. William Latimore, 377-
Applicants have the right to 8601.


!f, Super Soul/ Survey No.Win 7 North Dade High Plans



,: .... Vocational Guidance Departmentof Guidance classroom setting WeekThe on the im.

North Dade Junior High has portance of his area in voca-
completed plans for National tional education.Highlightingthe
::11 Cash Records Vocational Guidance Week week's observance will be
October 22 28. the planned student workshops.
which begins -
;I Each week you can win prizes by selecting the records you The departmental approachwill These student workshops will An Important Message
I ( : think will be next week's Super Soul Top Ten in the correct be facillated through em- provide day to day opportunities -
I L order. Just fill in the coupon below or use your own form. Mail phasis by each teacher in aJohn for pupils to participate :
t your selection to Super Soul Top Ten Contest,c/o WMBM, 814 indiscusslon groups relative I from Commissioner
First: St., Miami Beach, Fla., 33139. to theworld of work Tie Guidance I
,q Entries must be received by noon on the Monday before the Department is centeringits I
\; new list is published in The Miami Times. The entry closest activities around"Vo I Athalie Range
: to the actual top ten wins. Decision of the Judges is final. Incase cational Guidance; The For- i
.,\. '1 of ties winner will be selected by random selection. ward Look." Each day duringthe 'jj w 9 f1Ul4t u/r to
First prize is $5.00 in cash and a copy of each of the new An week a workshop session you help
Super Soul Top Ten.Second prize a copy of each of the top five. 'w 5 will be arranged with speakers
Next three runners-up win a copy of the number one record. r ht5 i 3 from specific areas of interest mt wU try teat M tie City
; These workshops will be
j i "Super Soul Top 50 i N7 conducted in the following &f1tI1ti44 J/t, /on wit 6e
areas; (1)) Cosmetology, (2))

''t WEEK BEGINNING OCT. 21, 1967 (4)Copywrttlng Pollcework, ((3) Journalism, (5)Airline, WJi4tMd piopvdtf to vote

1 1. Tell Him pattie Drew Sales and Reservations,(6)) I
2. Dear Jon Dixie Drifter Airlines Audit Sales and (7)) Made, flute Reyes, 0
\ 3. Get On Up The Esquires General Vocational Career Information -
{ 4. Soul Man Sam & DaveImpressions In addition to the Jolt 5, f lflU he44aau
5.1 Can't Stay Away Gulley, a longtimestaff workshops, brief vocational {
6. Take Care June Conquest member of the EOPI Pro messages will be given with a '
7. Natural Woman Aretha Franklin gram has recently Joined the description of a new Job each loft infouwtioii & ReeJaaadpoa4tio
8. What Have I Done Lynda Jones staff of the Lberty City Community day.The
9. To Share Your Love Fantastic Four Council. culminating activitywill /c
10. Fall In Love Bettye Swann Mr. Gulley was one of the be an informal panel discussion -
11. Expressway to Your Heart Soul Survivors most outstanding housing on Friday,October 27.
12. Your Precious Love Marvin specialists that the EOPI Pro This panel will continue in the Call 693-0447
'. 13. Shout Balama Mickey Murray gram has produced. Mr. student workshop setting and
', 14. Your Man Jerry Williams Gulley is now employed as a will Involve faculty menberswho ;:
"'15. Hunk of Funk Gene Dozier community organizer with the will attempt to relate their Sat. Oct. 21 is the last day to register

,I t.., 16. Good Man Them TooMirian Liberty ,City Community ,specific subject matter to the
\ 17. Pata Pats Makiba Council. world of work
18. You Keep Running Away, Four Tops
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19. I Love You Babe GloriesRonnie
1, 20. Without Love Taylor
i 21. My Kind of Girl The Volumes NEWEMERSON BECKET & BEAN
I; 22. Got to be Mellow Leon Haywood
23. Lovey Dovey I. Bunny Sibler
t 24. You Can Load A Woman
25. Gotta Go Annette Larkins
*: 26. Soul Stuff Frank Williams Aufolnsurance For Everyone
27. Paralyzed Bettye Wright
I 28. That's Groovy Kim Weston
29. A Love Like Yours Tina Turner TELEVISION 27th Ave-62 St. N.W. 696-0880
.; 30. Especially for You Four puzzels
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31. Self Expression Bill Brandon "' --" "
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I 32. It's You I Need Temptations I.
33. Footsteps The Creations :" KCKET LiEHAE'NElT, \ A6AH!
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34. Gonna Keep What I Got Slim Harpo ,' ,,

36.35. Give The Richest Everybody Girl Some Bar Little Gays Helen 4 Ms13 Now ,AjNMMchfl Tile 'Growl. ,Opwfef :\Qj

y 37. Fm Wondering Stevie Wonder : : ;.
Ow 2nd Miami 'OHk.'J .
\ 38. Let Love Coma Between Us t,\
39. When You're Gone' Brenda & Tabulations

40.41. Cloudy Don't Lose Days Your Groove Lavell Hardy 7th Ave & 20th St NWi'
42. 1-2-3-4
1 Sockin John Roberts ., .
43. Until the Real Thing Ernie DocWilson L '\" ; f-: ( "
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44. Stagger Lee Pickett 9 ;
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46. Someday Baby Cunningham !IR ''' '''''''''''' 1'1":;""r' '<1.aA: ;J .<'V"-/"f" .,;;:),,
47. You Can't Run Away Judy Clay
MODEL 11P50A WITH
48. Heads Up The Chosen Few
1,49. Just Because Larry Williams PRIVATE LISTENING Open House
50. I Heard It From The Grapevine The pips EARPHONE llP.M.h I 6P.M.
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