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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 27, 1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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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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POVERTY PROGRAM CRITICIZED. t

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Mother Of Four : Charges Poor People Not' 1


Victims Of Fire Involved In Planning!

On Thursday night, Oct. 17 in the EOPfs structure was
at the Lillie C.Evans Elemen- not to say that this programhad
Wanted ..
A tary School more than 300 people accomplished any inroads
F +h r ,rA \ gathered to hear charges in the area bringing ser

Better LifeMrs. concerning the local poverty vices to poor people but that
program (EOPI). One hundred services alone could not truly

Shirley Major, whose eighty-seven of the group were change the cycle of poverty.He .
four children perished In a members of the Liberty City also stated that the Intent
flame-swept cottage In Coco- Community Council Welfare'and and spirit of the Economic Opportunity -
nut Grove last week, is a mother Tenant Delegations. Act of 1964 was to forth
who was struggling to bet. Bernard N. Dyer, Directorof $ first time, give poor people -
ter her economic condition by the L1bertyCitYCommunity a chance at seeking their
getting the necessary training. Council cited three specific own destinies.Dr. .
Having felt the necessity of charges' : Kenneth' Marshall 0 f
a better education that would 1. Not one single poor per- Metropolitan Applied Research
have enabled her to take better son or true representative of Center'who' traveled
care of her five children, Mrs. the poor serves as a memberof more than 1700 miles to attend -
duate of the EOPI Board of Direc- this meeting, said after-
Major, a gra Mays
High School, was taking a --, -.... ,- _- -.--...,.... ,..- tors. ward that this public,hearingwas
basic education course at MI- o 2. That the Liberty City Advisory truly a historial step for
Committee as presently ward for people so far remov-
ami Dade JuniorCollege. MIAMI TEEN QUEEN SELECTEDThe
consituted is an Illegal body ed from the mainstream of
She attended classes from
8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.'and new Miami Teen Queen is Robin Shuart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce established in outright viola- American life..
worked during other hours. Shuart, 715 NW 199th St. The yeartold Miami Norland senior won the hearts of the tion of the By-Laws of the Lib- The meeting was called to an
With five children to take care ten member fudging panel at Dade Auditorium, Oct. 21, by twirling a variety of objects erty City Neighborhood Cen- abrupt end due to the fact that
of, Mrs. Major, according to ; including batons, cape and machete-1 knives. Robin holds the title of Miss ter. Dyer stated it had drifted away
her friends, found little time Majorette of Florida for 1966 and has gathered 109 trophies and 110 medals I for her 3. Gross misappropriation from its main purpose and was
for social and civic activities.But twirling excellence. Robin'also show trains Beagles and has spent much of her time of federal funds in that there turned Into an Amos and Andy
she was determined togetthe working with retarded children and convalescing aged hospital patients. has not been an Involvementof show.
education that would makeIt Robin will 'leave November 4 for the National Miss Teenage America finals in the poor themselves 1& plan- Doctor H, Franklin, Williams -
possible for her to'earn Dallas. The national finals will be broadcast Nov. 11 'on CBS at 10 p.m. ning, directing and to a large President of the'Boardo

more money, as she was divorced Runners'up In the heal finals/ were; Ronnie/ l lempert7\ senior at Coral Park degree administering the Directors of the EOPI: stated ;, ,.#OI\\". ".t'
from her'husband. High School, daughter.of.jWr cW. ,Mrs';}Robert.B..Kem"per 941 'SW 82nd:Placeand/ ; community's attack on pov- that the changes would be ,
The four little brothers' Barbara Wooden, 15, sophomore at MiamT"Edison,, daughter of Mrs. Flora L.. Wooden, erty.Mr. looked into and a report will be
bodies were found beneath 66PNW 48th Street Dyer further stated that given back to the community
rubble in a closet in which they Talent award went to Hawaiian and Polynesian dancer, Savina Garcia, 17, who to ask for substantial changes In 20 to 30 days.GEORGE .

apparently went to hide when attends Notre Dame Academy. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jose'Garcia, 5620 E.1st

the flames drove their mowers Avenue, Hioleah. Milan Killed Stuart CrashIn I
.. two. sisters. away nom .

the burning building, scream- the flames of an automobile
I
Ing in terror. Attorney General Disavows crash in Stuart, GeorgeW. '

The boys, Derrick,6;Steve, Pryor, 48, of 1090 NW 66th
5; Jason, 4; and Keven 21/2, St., was killed Tuesday night
who, died, and Donald, 8, who in a blinding rainstorm,whena
was critically burned, and Assistants 'Shoot To Kill'At truck smashed into his car.
carried away from the fire
In the car with Mr. Pryor
scene by a neighbor were left
on the night of the, fire with a convention of the Florida George R.Georgieff,assistant that at times of so-called riotsat were his wife Ma Jester, 43,
hundredsof civil rights demonstrations, and her nephew, Todd Bethel,
their aunts, Irene Taylor 15 League of Municipalities in attorney general, by
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and 12. Hollywood, last week, a state city officials who heard the police become panicky, brutal 13 months old. Mrs. Pryor,
Carolyn Taylor,
The first to reach the fire official told his audience that statement, has not been sharedby and vicious. This has been who was thought to be injured -
for police should "shoot to kill" Negro leaders, who term proven in some of the riots, was discharged from a stu-
scene a rescue attempt was
Vernon Clarke EOPI during riots if they are unableto Georgieff remarks "blood they claim. art ho S pit a 1111 satisfactory
em- remarkswere condition, but she Is now in Ce-
ploye, who is a neighbor of stop lawbreaking demon- thirsty and totally irresponsi Mr. Georgieffs
dars of Lebanon Hospital.The
Mrs. Major. With another strations any other way. ble. considered too strong by
The standing ovation given Some Negro leaders feel Attorney General Earl Fair- boy, son of Mrs. Theresa
neighbor Aldolphus Paulk
cloth, who said later that the Bethel, ,sister of Mrs. Pryor, W. PRYOR
Clarke rushed to the fire scene
is in Variety Children Hos-
statement made by jrgieff
v age. Passersby pulled Mrs.
and broke the windowsto
open "might have been a bit strong" pital in Miami. His conditionIs
enter the room in which the Reelected To Pryor and the baby from the
Huger and that his assistant was notspeaking considered fair.
little boys had been sleeping. car. The impact burst the
Paulk In the dark bumped into "with any instruc- The fatal ,crash occured on truck's gas tank, and it burst
tions from me." the Florida State Turnpike. into flames
Donald, who was cowering spraying burning
In the corner of the living Daytona CommissionDaytona Police Inspector C,J.Fisher. Pryor's car, was hit by a truck gasoline over Mr,Pryor.Then
room. At press time he was a leartorinsumressiriffthfi- driven by 16-year-old Phil. the truck rolled over the side.
still in critical condition at Beach voters returned newcomers in 1965,he became Tampa riots last June expressed Golden of 7650 SW 82nd St., When troopers reached the
Jackson Memorial Hospital. James E. Huger as the first Negro to be electedas views that were different Miami. His injury was slight, scene, their investigation revealed
1 It is doubtful that the house City Commissioner in Zone City Commissioner! in Day from Georgieffs "shoot tokill' and he was discharged from that Pryor was driving
can be used as a dwelling 6 with an overwhelming vote tona Beach history. advice. Inspector Fisher the Stuart hospital. northbound and the truck was
again. The flames did about margin of 1,859 defeating told the city officials that Another car, driven by Ed- headed south in a heavy rain.
$2,000 in damages to the two- former City CommissionerGlenn The first of his race to the one way to prevent violent ward A. Farm e 1, 35,'hit the The truck skidded across the
bedroom cottage, located at Smith with ease. serve 'on I the,Commission, disturbances is to improve the rear of Pryor's and drove it median strip, spun and while
3695 Thomas Avenue. -," Huger's election two yearsago public relations atmosphere 100 feet forward. Pryor was sliding backwards, hit the
was viewed by many as between whites and Negroes. pinned m the burning wreck- front of Pryor's car.

OperaliollCleanup aa experiment of sorts. If it I

thundering was an experiment success. it was a I I Soldier Killed IN Vietnam; Brother Returns Body I II

Huger has emerged as ,a
crystallizer of the 'Commission Sergeant Luther Augustus The military casket was escorted

Next WeekThe a man who has demon- Smith, 34, a graduate of Booker home from Vietnam by
strated the ability to solidly T. Washington High School, u Sgt. Smith's brother, Sp 4
City of Miami's semi- James Smith when it arrived
annual "Operation Clean-up" thought, examine a problem, and Florida A & University, here ,
killed In action in Vietnamlast Tuesday.
drive begins Saturday in the and suggest solution. H 1 s was
as Bethune-cook- week.
experience
area north of 20th Street to the
city limits.Residents are ask- man College business admini- Sgt. Smith's father, Luther
ed to put out rubbish and other i strator has been invaluable to James Smith,works in the me-
materials for collection over his fellow Commissioners. chanical department of Sea- GiveUNITED

the weekend so that collectioncan JAMES E. HUGER Huger solidly proved his board Railroad. His mother is ,I

take place next Monday, Huger received 4,261 votes worth as a first term Commissioner a secretary in the School I FUND
Oct 30. Collection schedulesfor and Smith got 2,402. When and an exemplary representative Board's curriculum develop
the central and southern Huger defeated four ,other not only of his ment office. They live at 1338 .
zones will be announced later. race but for all citizens. NW 68th Street, Miami.




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I Arrington Named To Travel Agents Society I

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tion for Travel Agents from
Travel
tween these two governmentsIt Inter-American
Henry Arringtonwas the mid-western sect ion
Its of the
i holding
has been responsible for Agents Society
appointed this week to the United states.Delegates.
Special Committee on Inter- many savings to the people of 9th Annual International Convention to the Inter-
the City of Miami. In the Bahamas Oct.
govermental Relations between -
American Travel
The appointment was made 26 through Nov. 1. This con- Agents So-
the i City f>f Miami and ciety Convention will
Metropolitan Dade County. and announced by Miami City vention will bring approximately arrivein
Nassau Oct. 25 and 26
and
Commissioner Maurice FerreIn 75 delegates and guests
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( & assigned to two host hotels
f- a news release Monday. from parts of the United ,
"Mr. Henry Arrington is States, Mexico, Guatemala, Nassau Beach and Emerald
f Beach. This will be
the The conventionwill the sec-
eminently qualified for and Canada.
position," he said. "Besides be held in conjunction with ond meeting of the organiza
being a well-known attorneyand "Bahama Week"sponsoredbythe Ion In Nassau. Their third annual -

a leader in the civil rights Bahamas Hotel Assoc convention-was held in
movement, he is a man well October 1961, at the Sheraton
respected throughout the ---- & British Colonial Hotel.

county." Eldred Is now attending Earl Kennedy, a Bahamianand
Eldred C. Receives
Mobley
The Negro represents almost Florida A& M University former president,also one
30 percent of Miami's where he Is currently enrolledas of the founders of the organi-

population.And while Mr. Ar- Alpha Phi Alpha Scholarship a Math major. zation is vice president and
chairman of the convention.The .
rington may not have been appointed -

because of racial considerations Eldred C. Mobley, a mem conduct and school perfor Shown presenting the scholarship other officers are,

his deep concern ber of Miami Northwestern mances. lie was ranked ninth award are; Left to Jackson Cooper, President,

and that of the Negro commun- Senior High! graduating classof in the graduating class of right, Brother Samuel Forde, Cleveland; Charles North,
ity with the Miami Housing Authority this year was awarded the almost five hundred students, president Eldred C. Mobley; Treasurer, Miami; Roberta
HENRY :
ARRINGTONThis are strong reasons for 1967 Alpha Phi Alpha frater- served as president of the Brothers Oral Allen, chair- Coffield, Secretary, Washington -
committee is repson- his place on the committee.He nity (Beta Beta Lambda Chap graduating class and was and ; Freddy Henderson,
sible for studying and will be serving with such ter) Scholarship for high selected as a presidential man-Education Program, Chairman Board of Trustees

recommending to the City of distinguished citizens as achievement, standards Scholarship Awardee. Earl Allen, secretary.; Atlanta.

Miami those matters that are Mitchell Wolfson, Judge Ray
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THE_MIAMI TIMES_ Friday,..._October_ 27, 1967_ ___3 t

Vandals Set

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At DorseySunday


night a $50,000 fire
completely destroyed the rec-
ord in two offices at Dorsey
Junior High School, 7100 NW
17th Ave.
l The records, kept in the of- W' u ,
fice of the assistant principal, : .
were the only copies kept by
the school Principal Cleophas
Allgood said.
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"It may be a break for some
of the bad ones," the princi- ,
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pal said, "but it is only temporary + .a' haJ .a. ry.a .
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He said the bad ones keep e ,
getting in trouble.
The fire gutted the assistant
principal's office, badly
: damaged Allgood's office and .
4 destroyed attendance records
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kept by the school.Permanent
3: records are kept in another Mr. and Mrs. Edwarc'Joseph' ,Sr.,the parents of Mrs. Ruby
1 Tatum of Miami, recently celebrated their fiftieth wedding an-
room Allgood said.
niversary with a family dinner. The Josephs,were married in /
Police are not sure whetherthe 1917. They are the parents six other children,and sixteen .
fire was accidental or not. grandchildren. The children who live in four other 'states and
: 1: : Four youngsters are said to New Orleans are, Edward Joseph Jr. and Mrs.0ena Josephof
Ir ._ have been running from the New Orleans; Mrs. Martha Sanders and Mrs. Mary Ber-
school Just before the fire was teaux of Seattle, Wash.; David Joseph Baton Rouge,and Mrs.
discovered. of Oakland California. '
Shirley M. Boyd -\ '';
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77 I i a Maid Nabbed In Extortion .Try: I IA

Miami woman pleaded Orbach said. Mrs. Hearn,pleaded guilty .
guilty Monday to a charge of They called the FBI and it to the charge.,involving Mrs.
using the mail for attempted was soon discovered who the Brady. The government will I
extortion.Mrs. maid was. dismiss the other count,,
Ora Lee Hearn,of 6043
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The Dorsey High School students are taking an unapproving look of damage done/ NW a_29th ft e r Ave.Federal,will Judge be sentenced Char-- SEWING MACHINE 4, ,

by the fire at the school Sunday night. Shown 'left to right are Elizabeth Smith, Doro- les Fulton gets a presentence "REPAIR SPECIAL" "
thy Banks, Edna M.Rolle, Annette Smith, Gloria Henderson, Rickey McCall I,Nathanie I report.

Weathers, Jasper Moore Jr., Gregory Love, Louis Boykins, Ira James Duncan and Assistant U. S. Attorney Cleaned & Oiled In Your Home {
Andrew Lundy. At bottom is the gutted office. Damages are estimated at $50,000. Morton Orbach said one of her Adjust Tensions

Johnson photo.Jaycees. Intended victims was Mrs. Free Ne.dU& Belt J.
Kattherine Gentry 1936 E.St.
Check all Wiring

I Give Range- ,Good Governed AwardMrs. Andrews, The maid Drive., who had worked 1 Year Guarantee TOTAL ALL& MODELS MAKES COST 99 r

M. Athalle Range Jaycees; and jerry Thomas, Lake Park-Riviera Beach for both victims set herselfup
member of the Miami City Riviera Beach, nominated by Jaycees. as perpetrator and go-between 625-1271 BR t :LL 6346242FOR
Commission, was one of the I when she selected them
four recipients of Good Gov- RELIABLETypewriter
ernment Awards by the Florida -
Jaycees at their Annual & Adding THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT
Statewide Conference hOcala.
MODERATE RATES-CALLBONDED
The madeat
presentation was Machine ServicesALL
the Doyle Connor Stadium
during a banquet Oct. 21 with WORK GUARANTEEDFREE .
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an estimated 10,000 Jaycees PICKUP AND DELIVERY T .
attending.Mrs. ,
Range Is the first woman RENTAL SERVICESGive _

to be named by the Florida us a call Then compare our prices. RENTAL .
Jaycees during the 50 yearsof '"'+s tM. h 4.m
Good Government Awards, PHONE: 379-3846 EUGENE EVAKSIn
according to Art Cohen,president 'IhY !!
of the West Dade Jaycees. ,
Florida has 153 Jaycee
Clubs with each allowed a
nominee. Mrs. Range was INC. w ::

nominated by the West Dade,
group. .
Follwing the Ocala meeting, 00 ham THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND

the West Dade Jaycees will Person \.. / MANAGEMENT AGENCY THE SOUTH,OPERATIC
host a dinner at the YorkshireInn .Y ..______
Nov. 6 when they will present IN DADE AND BROWARD BOUNTIES'; .' *

their club's Good Govern- THE AMBASSADOR .
fleet of and collectors door door'e'v; fort' i '
ment to A cars give to ct "
Plaque Mrs. Range. ". ,.....
Other recipients of Jaycee OFJAZZ tenants convenience *,_ --..-
Good Government Awards at i
A community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent ,
the Ocala meeting Dan Paul free," furnished air conditioned foryour COlli 10 tt, and enloYliellt.A ..;
Miami attorney nominated by
Norland Jaycees; Herman W. Louis Armstrong public relations department to assist you with your problems....".

Goldner, Saint Petersburg, Tenants concern will stopvandalismandreduce' tb.costofhousing.' .
nominated by St. Petersburg .
1 NIGHT ONLY 2 HOUR SHOW _:". ,l.u'. .\.... .
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CITIZENS CELEBRATE Miami Marine Stadbm 4150 NW 7th Avenue 759.!733 .." ....: I

ANNIVERSARYThe 14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locka : MU 8-0617

20848 South Dixie Hwy., Cutler Ridge- CE 5-3553"...
Senior citizens of MONday Nov. 13.. 8 p.m. '
Coconut Grove are celebrat- 6 05 NW 7th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale JA 4-3357''' '

ing their second anniversaryon 1163 NW 3rd Avenue FR 3-8416 '
Sunday October 29, at 3:30 Tickets available at Burdine's downtown or ; ,
Miami Marine Stadium 3801 Grand Avenue Grove ; HI 5-1381 .
p.m., at the Senior Citizens at "
Building corner of HibiscusSt GENERAL ADMISSION $2.50 512 NW 1st Ave., Hallandale WA 7-2434 ,: '

and percival Ave.The com- 339 Hammondvi Rd., Pompano WI 3-2434' ..,
mittee has planned a very Inspiring RESERVED SEATS $3.50 AND $4.50

program for the oc- best send .
For seats IIIf-add.edltalllped envelopeto : '
casion. Judge Henry Balaban HON. L. L. BROOKS, President .
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will be the guest speaker.The : '" .
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Winky Productions : GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager .
Mayor and all city commis- ". .
sioners have been Invited, as I Miami Marine Stadium CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director
201 Rickenbacker
well as all other senior citizens Causeway

groups of Dade County. Miami, Fla. 33149 If I am to enjoy a better life, others must live better too." L. L. Brooks .
The public Is Invited to cele-
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4 THE. .- MIAMITIME5.,. Fridov r October 27.. .




Y To Be EqualBy

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Whitney Young, Jr. \
Booker T. n. e. \ \.-' .
Office 6530 NW 15th Ave., Miami, Flo 33147-Phone: 691-0421 Executive Director By
National: Urban__ League
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher H I
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor Ii A Tribute to Outstanding

STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor I

National Advertising Representative Welfare System Needs Changes LeadershipThis

Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. the nation will spend more than$6 billion on pub created the
310 Madison Avenue New York, N. Y. 10017 year in the coming weeks the furor by up-coming city
M.mber of the National Newspaper Publishers Association lic welfare payments. What is it getting for this money? Does election will pick up considerable pace.We are now witnessingwhat
2400 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 the system help people or harm them? is commonly known as the lull before the storm. Those

,SUBSCRIPTION RATES The answer, I'm afraid, is that the present welfare system candidates, having already committed themselves as repre-
ONE YEAR J5.PO SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 isn't helping the poor as much as it could. Because of this it sentatives of the various districts will make bona fide effortto
is coming under attack from those of us who want to change it win the support of the majority. Strategic battle plans have
Entered as S.cond'Closs Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post so that it can serve to better help people. been laid with the general public supplying targets.
Office ot.Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 the idea already
Of course there are many people who are against Just how effective these battle plans will be depends upon the
""CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The of welfare altogether. They don't mind huge government sub- area of attack. Each district these candidates hope to repre-
NEGRO.PRESS believes that America can best lead sidies to Industry and educational research, or the giveawaysto
its ills
is with own particular needs and de
sent possessed ,
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accordsto
affluent people who don't need them, or subsidies to rich will offer solutions to the
every man regardless of his creed or color his human sires. The candidates problems they
and legal rights. Hating no racel no man..the Negr landowners, or even the subsidies given to suburbanites: in the feel require Immediate attention.However,past elections have
Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that all men form of tax breaks to homeowners and commuters. But mention taught us the views of the candidate and the views of the people
or. hurt as long as anyone Is held back. and, hit the roof.
welfare to needy individuals they
are not always in the samn perspective. When this is evi.
They will criticize anything to help people rather than pro- dent the candidate is rebuffed by the majority at the polls.

'IDe l1trbl1oh perty, so we can't take their attacks too seriously. But when I, for one, am not apposed to change, but I believe the pre
lfiditor's the poor themselves attack the system, the nation should listen
requisite for change should be improvement, and frankly I can'tsee
and do something about welfare abuses. Even a short list of
is for In two
where there room improvement, of the seats
It is not news that Mrs. Rangeis asking her constituents, these abuses would include:
being decided in the coming election. These positions include
friends and admirers to give her: their vote In her endeavorto
that of the mayor held by Steve Clark, and the seat to which
retain her seat on the City Commission. Neither is it news The breakup of families through a rule which permits fed-
that The Miami\ Times wlll be supporting comm issioner Range. eral aid tochildren only when there is no' man in the house." Mrs. Athalie Range was appointed. These candidates represent
So fath the choice of their families the brand name commoditiesamong those from which we
ers are given leaving or
We would not be doing so if we did not know that without doubt
staying and watching them starve. must choose. In light of their past performance, if they were
her record in office, plus her record as a citizen fits her for
this position. The indignities the system showers on recipients. Investi- replaced by me of those bidding for their seat, we would be

Then too we are well pleased with the tribute to Mrs. Rangeby gators spend more time trying to catch a handful of cheaters sacrificing proven quality for the untried We would be literally
the editor of the Independent;Hendrick Berns under the cap- Instead of helping the 99.9 percent who are honest and who need releasing the bird in the hand in hopes of finding somethng
better in the bush. To two dedicated citizensthe
produce more
friendly counseling and help.
tion Frankly Speaking, please read it.We congratulate you Mr.
Editor. The shortchanging by a system which won't spend a penny bush would have to be God-sent.
more than than it absolutely has to. There are only 17 states They have tried nobly to serve the needs of the Community.They .
FRANKLY SPEAKING which pay recipients 100 percent of their own minimum stan- have tried to effect change that would benefit the community .
Among the women in my life is a lady whose stature belies dards. Many pay less than half of what the states themselvesset as a whole. They are directly responsible for continu-
her petite frame and whose energy and z est make men the as a standard. Another abuse comes when people on wel- ing the image for which Miami has become known and appre.
weaker sex. She runs a large home, takes care of her aging fare aren't told about special benefits like those for winter ciated. Along with their fellow commissioners they have givenus
father, supervises the education of two of her boys,operates clothing, etc., or when their investigators disallow such legitimate the type of leadership of which the late Robert King High
funeral homo with the help of her oldest son, keeps an eye on requests. This is the reason why many recipients are would approve. Steve Clark has accepted the challenge thrust
her grandchildren, helps her daughter and son-in-law next forming unions of their own to fight for what they are entitledto. upon him, and who among us is better positioned to judge: his
door, presided, until recently, over a bank, is a Miami City In New York for example,the city recently had to pay more qualifications than the people with whom he serves?They know
Commissioner, the only woman on the board of Interanu, a than $300,000 to recipients who were unfairly shortchanged.Their the requirements necessary to produce effective leadershipand
member of countless civic organizations, and last but not legal advisor said that two-thirds of the city's welfare, by a unanimous vote chose Steve Clark. If the remainderof :
least, one of the most sought after and eloquent lucheon, din- clients were just not getting what they're entitled to." the commission! is of the opinion Mr. Clark is the mm for
ner, breakfast, club and church speakers.All of it she presses Less than half of the people who are eligible for paymentsare mayor, their choice is sufficient for m). At least it proves
into seven day weeks and 16 hour runs every single one of the on the welfare rolls.In that here is a mm with whom they feel they can communicate -
seven days. When you take a look ather you wouldn't believeit. We need only review some of the changes nude by the
When you add to it all her deep and abiding interest in cer- addition to these faults, the system may soon be changedto present commission to see how united they have been, and a
tain individuals and her compassion for her fellowmen: you belIeve force people to take Jobs even when they are unsuited for majority of the decisions reached have been without dissent.
work or have children at horn Another will
3. possible change
it even less. Mrs. Range on the other hand presents a different alterna-
restrict the numbers of children assistance from the
getting
tive. She was not elected to the post she holds. This same commission
government. These changes will set back 30 and will
Yet, this is Mrs. M. Athalie Range, one of the women in my us years of which I speak is responsible for what I considerone
destroy and hope of presenting ourselves to the world hu-
life. And it never gets quite into my mind that it all started no as a of the most productive appointments on record.In her bid
more than three years ago.It man nation. for election she offered herself as a commissioner of all the
started with rumors in the Negro CommWlity thata Mrs. This is only a partial list, but it is enough to make the na- people. I don't believe anyone can really say she has not been
Range would make a run for the Miami City Commission.And tion hang its head in shame at the way the needy are treated. just this throughout her tenure. Her suggestions for change
indeed she did. In fact, despite a late start and com People !go on welfare because they have nowhere else to turn. have been for the benefit of the community at large. She has
plete inexperience in things politic she raked up some 18,000 Only one in a hundred is an able-bodied man who can work. been what I personally would term an action commissioner.
votes, only one thousand fewer than her opponent.As The rest are mothers needed in the home, children, older Where-ever the action has been you couldexpectto find Commissioner
folks, and the ill. Range. The people are more aware of her presencethan

fate wanted it, one of the city's outstanding public ser- They are human beings and citizens with the same rightsas any commissioner to represent this district before her.
vants, Sidney Aronovitz, had to relinquish his Commission seat the rest of us. A system which treats them as !they were They know of the efforts to make her less appealing in the eyes
for health reasons and so Mrs. Range got where she meant to "untouchables" and which blames them for society's failure to of the average individual. But they also know these attemptsat
get anyhow. She is now running for it once more. And I tell bring prosperity to all Americans is a bad system. We are rich slander have only caused her statue to grow. She's the most
you right now, her victory margin will make history.Her enough in material wealth and (I hope) In spirit, to make the sort after speaker in the community, and her presence is
record, particularly as a minority member, has been changes needed tobringallAmericansuptoa decent minimum enough to ere a t e a capacity gathering(After election I will
exemplary. She has stood at all times for all people, and she standard of living without requiring them to give up their dig- have more to say on this subject.)Uwe fail to get out the vote
has not even flinched when her own people resented it and nity and thir rights.We in her behalf, we deserve whatever type of representation we
chided her for it. get.
ought to take a lesson from other countries in this. At

She does not want it any other way.She does not want to rep- present there are more than 40 nations who have family allow- Since writing this column, I have nude what at the Urns
resent anyone unless she can represent everyone.She ances or payments for children The United States is the only seemed some pretty wild predictions. goofed miserablyduring -
is one of the women in my life, because she is the shin- major country which would be able to afford some form of Income governors race, but so did many of the experts. Some Instances -
ning example of humanity's greatness in a time beset bythe maintenance program which would set an income floor where I was correct include the presentation of the
lack of it and in a world in which humanity gives birth to doubt beneath which no family would be allowed to fall. Nobel peace Prize to Dr. Martin L. King.The appointment of

more than admiration many times over. Economists estimate that the more than 20 million peopleIn Thurgood Marshall to the Supreme Court. The defeat of Governor

the United States could be brought out of poverty at an annual Burns, and more recently the change of the mood of the
And she is one of the women in my life, because public life cost 0 f about $11 billion. When you add onto the actual costsof people of Mississippi. It is my firm belief the people of Mia
in Greater Miami will never be the same with her in the seat. the present system the enormous costs of policing and ad- mi will vote a continuation of the present leadership. It is my
Her mind, her heart, her character, her courage, her integrity ministering welfare payments, you see that we are spending opinion Mayor Steve Clark and Commissioner Athalie Range
and her voice have made it so and will forever makeit very nearly that amount and harming people besides. will win a clear majority in their respective races. I feel reasonably
so. sure the people will show their appreciation to these
My hat is always off to Mrs. Range! Eventually our affluent society will turn to such an approach, two dedicated public servants.Wild?I think the odds are more
but in the meantime the present system is with us. Inefficientand in favor ofthis being true than at other time.
COMMUNIST JACK BELL DIES harmful as it is, it still mustbe run in such a manner that any
the essential humanity of its clients is recognized, and its un-

Jack Bell, 72, one of Miami's outstanding citizens died on fairness and indignities must be stopped.
October 18 at the Veterans Administration Hospital where he
had been since September 22.
Mr. Bell had been employed at Miami Herald for a periodof SOUTH'S RAPID GROWTHThe Merchants who advertisein
42 years. He has served as reporter, sports editor, sports
columnist and also as sports editor of the Miami News. At the Twentieth Century Fund has released a report claiming The Miami
Herald, his column,"The Town Crierwas exceptionally pop- that the South is the fastest growing area in the country; but Times are
says the r e p o r t, despite the South's rapid economic advance-
ular.Before coming to Miami Bell was correspondent Chicago ment over the past decade, the deep rooted problems of Negro telling you they appreciate
Newspapers and sports editor of the News-Gazette in Cham- education and raw relations still were to be over com?. A ma-
paign, Illinois. jor obstacle to the South's economic development is Its inadequate -
jack Bell was perhaps the main financial pillar for the educational system particularly for Negroes says the doing business with
Variety Children's Hospital.In report.
his death Miami\ has lost one of her outstanding citizens,

friend.civically and otherwise. The Negro community has lost a good FEDERAL JOBSIn you. They are courteous,

Funeral service was conducted by Atty. William Kruglak, this week's issue of the Times you will find a most inter-
Mr. Bell's lawyer, Friday the Van Oradel Northside Chapel, esting article 1 from our well known Congressman Claude dependable. Shop where
3333 NE Second Ave. Pepper, urging high school graduates interested in working for
Surviving are two daughters, three sisters and a brother. the Federal Government next sum m r to apply as soon as pos !
The family's request was that memorials be made in Bell's sible. Read it, mark and digest it.Opportunity knocks at your you are appreciated

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By John A. Diaz POLITICS Gwen Cherry

BY NORMAN E. JONES, Center Attorney 117'Opening


PUBLIC ACCOMMODATION PLACES ARE MOST OBLIGINGIn ANALYSIS OF TAMPA MAYORALTY CAMPAIGNNick

Nuccio, if not the last certainly the foremost of the "old Day of the Supreme

the Miami politicians" who bridged the gap between the eras of outlawingof
area, the heartiness, welcome,and courtesy
being to the Negro vote In the Democratic primaries and the I ruling Court of the J
displayed Negroes by white clerks, waitresses, and United StatesThe
which gave the Negro such right to vote.
waiters In places of public accommodation, brilliantly Illustrates -

: how senseless andunAmericantheexclusionofNegroes Nick was already strongly politically entrenched when the
first Monday of this month October 2 at In
10:00
I In such places was before "Integration" laws were enacted.It Negro started to vote, he was conversant the old line Ne- a.m.
Washington, D. C. In the Supreme Court Building, the vivid I
gro political leaders and set outtogainthis new potential vot-
red curtains opened, and a packed courtroom stood as nine
Is safe to say that no w her e In the world (that Includes ing strength. As county commissioner, he put shell and clayon Judges In rustling black robes took their places at the bench.

Russia, Cuba,and our Northern States)does an Afro-American Ktraots in Negro neighborhood, put sidewalks down,pavedbasketball One of the nine men was a black man for the first time in the t
Colored whatever want to call a black courts at Negro schools, put concrete benches and
( Negro, or name you history of America That nun, Supreme Court Justice thuD -
man) receive this hospitable treatment In places of public accommodation tables at Negro schools, all plainly marked "Nick Nuccl good Marshall, was the grandson of a slave.
that Negroes now receive In most parts of the county commisslner.

Southland. Nick Nuccio was the most familiar name of any politicianin
the him These nine Judges collectively are, Indeed,the most power-
Negro community, they supported strongly at each
SUES FOR BEING CALLED AN "UNCLE TOM"In re-election for county commissioner, he unashamedly: and unabashed ful men In our country. Many may argue against me that they
are not the most learned debate their
No
; none may power.
and openly campaigned for the Negro vote.
Ohio recently, a civic leader brought suit against a politi- matter how vehemently one castigates the Supreme Court during t'
cal leader, charging that he had been called an "Uncle Tom." Nick could be counted on to speak at Negro community af- Its session, one must honor and respect this Honorable

The complainant won the suit. So,It's Illegal to call one an fairs, he attended church anniversaries, teas, weddings and Court. The Highest, most August tribunal in this ,republic. '

"Uncle Tom." funerals. Setting a firm base for the Negro bloc vote in his The cries ofClerk"oyez, oyez,bring the AngloFrench his
first and successive campaigns for mayor.It tory-centuries old. "God save this Honorable Court"the Clerk

What specifically does this term mean, to produce among continues; one Immediately thinks of this court's controversial
Negroes such emotional reactions? was this Interest In Nick Nuccio's candidacy for mayor decision barring prayers out of the public schools and wonders l
that produced the first organized scientifically planned and co- for a moment about the prayer of the clerk in the courtroom.The .

ordinated political effort In the matter of business the calendar the
who Negro community since win- first on Court's was
In that suit, in courtroom testimony, it meant: "A Negro
ning their right to vote in the democratic In of Marshall and
primaries.This swearing Thurgood a distinguished experienced -
sells out other Negroes for money,public recognition or politi-
cal preference." But the defendant objected to that definition, organized effort WAS spearheaded by Aurelio Fernan- attorney, Court of Appeals Judge and then Solicitor
General of the United States. The President was In the audienceto
saying that "Uncle Tom" Implied no disloyalty associates, dez, Kid Mason and Norman E. Jones with the cooperation
his newest in and to witness
see appointee historyIn
sworn
but merely Indicated ",one with whom you disagree." of volunteers from every section of the city and from every the nuking.

sociological-economic-vocational It wus a total community -
As the United States Supreme Court begins its 1967-68 term,
effort it was an exciting dynamic thrilling rewarding
A more all-embracing definition that either of these two Ne- the chairs shifted, however, the chief justice's chair remained -
venture. Tampa Negro citizens caught the "political virus."
groes offered is: "A Negro accused by another of comporting the same, Invariably in the center, occupied t y the noted
himself among white people In a manner which the accuser interprets liberal Earl Warren.: Justice Black will be seated bis right,

as servile or cowardly; or a Negro who other Negroesfeel the dean of the Court;Justice Douglas on his left then the other

has betrayed, or sullied, In any. way,a dignified, militant, .Justices ,follow according to seniority-- Brennan,Steward,
*n fortright Negro image.'" "* ANVTfflNG Harlan, White Fortas and Marshall. '

It was the Warren Court In 1954 that ordered the desegre-
GOES.
BY GARTH C. REEVES gations of schools.The attorney who presented the case before .
"Tomming" is the verb form. About the only synonym is ? the Court was Thurgood Marshall who now sits as a memberof

"Handkerchief head," much less frequently used.In the Supreme Court. That decision had such great socl.alim-

this century's early decades, when most Negroes livedIn Carmichael's Book Makes Sense"Black pact on the nation that the resulting effects are still being felt

the South, "Tomming" represented a practical means of throughout the world. Signs appeared shortly thereafter, par-
coexisting with the dominant whites, In comm,inities where a Power, the Politics of Liberation In America," the ticularly In southern states "Impeach Earl Warren." Much of

Negro even suspected of being at odds with Southern customswas first book published 1 by Stokely Carmichael, has surprised the wrath of the public. was wrongfully directed at the Chief
In big trouble. those who expected nothing more than a preachment of hatred Justice. Thirteen years later the complexion,of the court Is
toward whites and of violent destruction of America
,
examined and the liberals line up Is designated as Warren,

The author urges more political parties, coalition of poor Brennan, Douglas, Fortas and Marshall. The othermembersmake ,
Millions of Southern-reared those that
Negroes, Including whites and blacks to reform society, community groups that up the more conservative side with Justice Black, here-
went North, simply and pragmatically adopted the grinning, could take away for public use neglected slum property and tofore an ardent liberal, leaning more toward the conserva-

feet-scuffing, head-scratching, "Yassuh-boss" masquerade. control school and welfare programs.The tive group but occasionally lining up with the Warren set.
They found that both Southern and Northern whites, amused
By all Indications this term of the Supreme Court wijl be a
and psychologically disarmed, automatically were more co- 185-page book lacks the"armed revolution' talks Carmichael -
of landmark cases. One of the first cases set for argument
operative In granting or supplying the Negroes' usually meager has made on his trip to Cuba, Hanoi, the Middle East year
will bring the Court squarely to a great conflict of our
wants. and Africa. But It attacks America's "racist society," cities
time the conflict In law enforcement bet ween the rights of society
church bombings, poor food, slums, unemployment and many
and the rights of theindividual citizen.The case Is step-

Not only the uneducated Negroes,among themselves,chuck- other problems.Dr. hen R. Wainwright v the City of New Orleans. It arose about

led fooling white folks." In Southern Negro schools, includ- Charles V. Hamilton of Chicago's Roosevelt University, midnight on the night of October 12, 1964, when Wainwright,

ing colleges, no principal or president long existed without political scientist, who co-authored the book with Carmichaelsaid a law student at Tulane,decided to go out for something to eat.
soma adroitness In "Tomming." This has been done with that not violence and destruction, but the need for tight lIe slipped a zippered Jacket over his tee-shirt,left'his French

finess. Negro community organization, Independent political activity, Quarter apartment, and started toward a diner a,few blocks

and a pooling of time and money by ghetto residents to help away.
How "Tomming and philanthropy became married (and remained -
each other, will have to come from the black community.
so) Is Illustrated In a recent Incident related by Louis Two officers In a patrol car observed him. In_height, build,

Lomax In his book"The Negro Revolt Lomax tells how a Ne- They say that reliance on whites have proved unreliable, voloring, he appeared to match the description of one Johnnie

gro college president delivered a careful presentation for vital citing when the school desegregation fight moved North as an McTaylor, wanted for questioning In a murder case.'The police

funds before an audience of white patrons.At the end, one woman example. knew this much of McTaylor: He had a tattoo on his left

rpse and asked If he would sing the old Negro spiritual forearm, "Born to raise Hell." They stopped Wainwright
Alliances with "certain liberal labor and reform
"Swing Low, Sweet Chariot.' The astounded college president, groups'were asked for Identification; he had left his billfold at home. They
collecting himself, sang --- and went home with his needed rejected by the authors, because "those groups accep asked him to take offhis,Ja ket.Wainwright refused. Tempers
the American and want at all to make
peri-
system only--if --
$50,000. heated up. A struggle followed at the stationhouse. In the end,
reforms In It. Such reforms are inadequate
pheral, marginal Wainwright was convicted 'assulting the police.
to rid the society of racism."
Actually, what seems to be "Tommtng sometimes is nothing
more than extracting from the-power-that-be the things They said that civil rights activities this decade has helped A PETTY case? Yes. But it presents, however ludicrouslya

that the so-called "Uncle Tom" wants for his people. Accord- only a small portion of middle-class Negroes, while the vast towering Issue of constitutional.Surely, ina free'society

ingly, If you don't,want to face a law suit, do not call anyonean majority of those who live In slums are left untouched.The a man has every right to walk peacefully to a diner at midnight -
"Uncle Tom." ," authors said they do not Intend to supply a blueprint for without being harrassed by the cops. No citizen ought to

organization, but they suggest the forming of Independent be subjected to the "Stop-and-frisk" without clear probable

ORCHIDS AND BOUTONNAffiES political groups at local levels, that will "hopefully move to cause.
create new national and local parties." Negroes should "not
r time to reform convert the racial parties "
waste trying or ,
they said. .A pedaL .Cetteic d-UJIIt

,
They want a community plan under which any businessman,
"who did not agree to reinvest up to 40 to 50 per cent of his ,1 M Ibuk 01 j GownUtuHUt Rtae

profits In the Indigenous community" would not be patronized.

: Y White people who are opposed to segregation are urged to Friends;
fight racism In white communities support black comnvini- I

ties. Anyone desiring work as' waiters, waitresses, or hostesses '

should avail themselves of the training classes which will begin -
.I..... 1'DR. "It Is hoped that eventually there will be a coalition of poor
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on Nov. 6 at Lindsey Hopkins Education Center 1410 NE 1
W REV. GRAHAMThe ,
,GORE FRANCIS blacks and poor whites. This Is the only coalition which seems
acceptable to us, and we see such a coalition as the major Internal Second Avenue.
Rev. Edward T. Graham, for helping the striking bus
Instrument of change In the American society. The responsibility j
drivers get a fair deal. You will receive both class Instruction and on the job trainingat :
for this task falls with whites.
some of Miami Beach's leading hotels and restaurants. The f:

Dr. George W. Gore, president of F. A. M University, for Branding as "a deliberate and absurd lie" the,.charge that length of the course Is six weeks,and you will have the opportunity ,
his Indefatigable and dedicated service at FA MU, which shows Black Power is "racism In reverse"Car michael and Hamilton of free job placement upon completion of the course. j

his brilliant race conscious administration of the school's said "we cannot and shall not offer any guarantees that

business and academic activities. Black Power, 11achievedwould be non-racist.No one can pre- Registration will begin Nov. 1.

dict human behavior. Social change always has unanticipated ,
Mr. Daniel Francis, the educator, and former editor,for his consequences." I trust you will embrace this opportunity for a good-paying Job. ;

illuminating discussion of the school system. Classes are limited, so register early.Remember address (

The publishers, Random House,said most of the writing was 1410 NE Second Avenue, Room 1507. 1 i

Mrs. Lillian Eve Sawyer, for her meritorious service for done by Hamilton, a member of the Student Nonviolent Coor-

over a quarter of a century In the employ of Wometco theater dinating committee advisory board. lie worked several hours Sincerely, j

chain, as a dedicated cashier, and assistant manager. with tape recordings by carmichael. Com. M. Athalle Range <.


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The Commniity Concert Series presented annually by
Trinity Episcopal Church of Miami will consist this seasonof BY PRISCILLA REDDING
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three organ recitals, a choral concert and a special ser-
vice celebrating the Christian Year. The showplace for the Lawn of the month is at the home of

Organist James Bennett will present the first recital on Nov. r1qj Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Scippio (14730 SW 103rd PI.)
14. This will be the first local appearance of this musician, t$ fi F We wish to congratulate them for having such a well groomed -

who came to the U.S.In 1960to serve at the Church of Trans- d d and manicured lawn.
figuration in Edgewood, Rhode Island. He moved to St. Paul's For this particular event the community of Richmond Heightshas
Church, Key West in 1966. been divided into three areas:Area No. One Lincoln Blvd.

The road borne is long and the Journey is sad occasion when to 117 Ave; area No. Two Lincoln Blvd.to Buchanan St.; area
you must accompany the body of your brother from the war in No. ThreeBuchananStreet to 103 PI.
Vietnam. Such was the case of SP/4 James Smith, son of Mr. For the month of November the judging will take place In

and Mrs. L. J. (Ann) Smith of 1338 NW 68th Street. His bro- area No. One
ther, Staff Sargent Luther A.Sm'.th was killed I The musical group which goes by the name of the UNIQUES,
on Tuesday, October 17th. James arrived participated in the Battles of the Bands Contest. They were
in Miami on Tuesday afternoon. Funeral chosen third place winner s. We wish to commend them for

services on Saturday at Greater Bethel A ME a their fine performance.Miami .
Church. Killian Senior High School will participate in their

Friends of Thelma McDonald are glad that first Girl Sports day event on Oct. 27, at Miami palmetto Senior
she is home again after a second trip to High School.
Jackson for radiotherapy treatment. Thelma Girl Scout Troop 857 Is still continuing Its Clothing Drive.

II says, "rm thankful and feeling fine. JAMES f If you have any clothing which you would like to contribute to
_.__.... __ .... contact of the
Mr. and Mrs. James Collins of 15050 Du- "M'" -- the needy please one following:Juanita Hill ((238-

val Street, Opa-locka, announce the mar- 7590); Josephine Dukes (235-4026) ; Hattie Coley (235-1174)).
riage of their daughter, Essie Lee to Mr. Laurie Forniss Named In Perrine please contact Petronia Thompson at (235-4173)).
Bernard Briggs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus On Thursday night in Hialeah Stadium the Miami Killian Cou-
Briggs of 1950AlI-BabaAvenue, Opa-locka, Miss Bethune AlumnaLaurie gars took their third tie for the season against the Miami

.on Monday, October 23. Springs Hawks.On .
Mrs. Briggs is a Justowriter operatorwith Forniss, Director, further study at the University this Friday evening the Miami Killian Cougars will take
The Miami Times. The couple will live St. Francis Child Opportunity of Sussex, Brighton, England. on the Miami Northwestern Bulls at Central Stadium on Coral
in Opa-locka. Center, Miami, was nam>d Before being promoted to Way. Don't you miss this spectaular evening when the cougars
ANN Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sprattling of Coconut "Miss Alumna" during coro- her present position, she meet face to face with the Northwestern Bulls.

Grove are all smiles since learning that daughter, Diana has nation ceremonies at Bethuneserved as clerk-typist, Uni- The Frank C. Martin Elem.School at Richmond Heights will
been crowned Miss FAMU. Diana is the niece of Mrs. Emily Cooknun College this week versity of Alabama MedicalA sponsor a student book fair from Oct 30, to Nov. 5. Students
Delancey. 1965 graduated of B-CC, Center, Department of Con- will be able to browse and purchase books. The book fair will

MIAMI WICS DAYA she is a native of Birmingham, tinuing Education, Birm g- open during the hours of 7:30 a.m. 4:00 p.m. Books will be
Alabama where she attended ham, Alabama.A. on display In the school library.
total of 92 certificates were awarded on WICS (Woman in
H. Parker High School and Laurie is the daughter of The book fair committee invites all students, parents and
Community Service) Day at the Mayfair Theater Oct. 16. The
recipients are volunteers who recruit and screen girls for the later graduating from Samuel M":'. and Mrs. M. L. Forniss visitors to attend the fair. The fair will not only help spur stu-
Ullman High School. She atof Birmingham. She holds dents interest in reading and building home libraries,but will
Job Congratulations!
Corps.
Here from Bennetts' Harbor is Mrs Grace McDonald is tended Hampton Institute membership in the Birming- also contribute to the worthwhile project.The school earns 20%
and of Browns- transferring to B-CC where ham Chapter of Links, Inc.; of all sales and profits will be used for the purchase of black
the houseguest of Mr. Mrs.Hartman Taylor
ville. she graduated with a B.A. deAlpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, out curtains for the library.The .
to gree in Sociology.She has done Inc.; and the Y.W.C.A. school library committee is sponsoring event,with
An automobile accident sent Ann Smith
Mercy Hospital for eleven days. Ann is now Mrs. Alma L. Crawford serving as book fair chairman. Other
recuperating at home committee members are Miss Hicks and Mrs.Kay Bertha Col.
Grande Dame Annie Edwards has Just pas- You are cordially invited to attend the Royal 20's Womans lins Mr. Walter A. White is principal of the school.
sed another mile-stone in her life. Thanksfor Club's Mad-Hat and Fashion Tea Sunday, October 29,New Con- The book fair display will include attractive new books from
all your kind remembrances on her I 1 venant Presbyterian Church, 1221 NW 43rd Street, from 4 to many publishers in all popular price ranges.All reading areas
birthday.Get 6 p.m. of Interest to students will be represented Including classics,

fiction, biographies, adventure stories, science, nature,
well wishes to; Mrs. Edna Culmer, CHURCH WOMEN UNITED *
who met with'anaccident on the Job Chris- ...-... crafts, mystery and reference books. Wonderful books to reador
; It's a date Thursday November' World
: Community Day
. ESSIE to give as gifts. The committee is working with Educational
tina Eve who's recuperating at home after
Luncheon Miami Springs Villas 11:30a.m. Theme:"Who Shall
Reading Service, a professional book fair companyto furnish
Hospital; Georgia Nelson, Eloise B. Brown, Separate Us?" The speaker will be the Rev.Albert Schmidt of
and individual election of books for the fair.
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Cherrye Mills Boyer and Lillian Bailou at the Grace.Lutheran. Church of. Miami Springs.
home The Pates (Bill and Nancy) of Detroit did a repeat perfor- -
Mr. Louis Taylor of Nassau, nephew of Mr. mance, slipped into their Liberty City home, Oh, so QUIETLY.
J. H.Taylor has recently completed a coursein Giamour1RESS Wigs
Auto Air Conditioning Johnnie and Mack. *
Volunteers RAISE VOLUNTEERS In 1950, a few American
Governor Claude Kirk has narrowed his Sunday School pupils resolved that on 0t.:: 31, instead of the "The Wig with the Permanent Process"
choice for the director of the Florida Da- usual and would collect coins to less
candy apples, they help -
CHERRYE partment of Planning to two candidates. Kirk fortunate boys and girls in other parts of the world. Now 2 Locations "

said Thursday the prime candidate for the job is Jerome Lind- The United Nation's Children's Fund gratefully accepted a 108 NW 62nd STREET -154-5401 I $
sey, Jr. 35, a professor at Howard University. check for $17.00 that year. 2812 NW 22nd HOLLYWOODWigs + x/ ,
Come and have FUN! It's a Pre-Hallowe'en Carnival,Sat By 1966 that little band had swelled to 3.5 million American AVENUE -

urday, Oct. 28, sponsored by the Episcopal Young Churchmen, children; the amount collected to $8.5 million! Falls Wiglets Braids ACCESS'
Churc h of the Incarnation at 1835 NW 54th Street. Adults and In 1967 it is safe to assume that all over America on Hallo-

children are invited we'en, American mothers, many of whom are themselves volunteers HOMEOWNERS: NO MONEY DOWN
Co F r i d a y night, November 3, in the Orange Bowl the Kiwanis will be snipping and sewing,padding and painting their ALL OTHERS: LOW!! LOW! DOWN PAYMENT
Club will sponsor the Miami Freshman Football Classic.As offspring into most any shape but their own,for the sole pur-
in previous years the Royal Castl Organization wishes to pose of pushing upward once again the figures that will lower
honor the Girl Scouts and other youth clubs of Dade and Bro- the brutal statistics of malnutrition and disease among less 12 HOUR
ward Counties by inviting them as their guest. There shouldbe fortunate children. SALE

at least one adult for each eight children. Please wear your And thus they raise another generation whose protest, like SATURDAY ONLY, OCT. 28, 1967
uniform.All their own, takes the form of creative action.
groups are asked'to be in their;eats by 7:30 so that they Volunteerlsm is an awesome force. It might Just be that this

can enjoy the pre-game entertainment. one "ism" will, in the end, do all the many wonderful things WIGS CLEANED, SET AND STYLED $3.00
Regular monthly meeting -of adult Girl Scout volunteers of that certain other "isms" claim and fail to do.
bora neighborhood is always the second Monday at First Fed- Dr. Dorothy Height, national president of the National Council -
REGULAR HAIR DO SHAMPOO PRESSEDAND
eral Bank, Roosevelt Branch. of Negro Women(NCNW), challenge audienceat a week-
Leadership training, Church of the Master, 1601 Opa-locka end workshop sponsored by NCNW at Howard Johnson's Motor CURLED$2.50
Boulevard. All adults interested in working in the Girl Scout Lodge, 16500 NW 2nd Ave.

Program should call the Council's office 4446554. First session "We have to stop saying I can't volunteer, I work." Dr. m

November 6, 1967 at 730 p.m Height encouraged women, particularly Negro women, to stop
Attorney General Earl Faircloth andCongressm.\nJames E. thinking in a negative manner and to asking what they can Kimberly's Beauty Salon
Scheuer were honored Wednesday at a dinner opening the Crime do to help. YOU KNOW IT'S THE TRUTH! She continued, the
Prevention and Law Enforcement Center program at Florida Negro woman who improves her own community is Instrumental 4310 NW 7th AVENUE

Memorial College. in improving the lot of the entire race. She added that it is
The dinner was held in the Cafe Pompeii of the Eden Roc the responsibility of all women, of all races,to work togetherand -

Hotel. to volunteer together, if a unity of cause is to be effective.
By the time you read this, Cyril D. Roberts will have re- EXOTIC FASHIONS
turned to his home In Youngstown, Ohio. Cyril Jetted to Mi- VOLUNTEERS ARE STILL N E E D E D FOR UNITED FUND BEAUTY SALON

ami to visit his ailing mother, Mrs. Henrietta Swaeting. SUNDAY OCTOBER 29. Here is a prayer thatfits the theme of MISS EFFIE
Here in our city for the funeral of Staff Sargent Luther A. the workshop; Formerly with Caesar's
Beauty
Smith are :ais wife, Liz, two daughters, Nina and: Arkeeta and Celebrity Lounge
Her mother Mrs. Mattie Grimes of Pensacola; Mrs. Queen DON'T LET ME LEAN ON EASY EXCUSES WIGLETS WIGS FALLS

Sumter, New York; Mr. Franklin Smith, New York; Kenneth ALL 100% HUMAN HAIRIntroductory
o God I nibble at the of WIGS
corners self-discipline.
Curtis New Orleans Patricia
; Smith, Tuskegee and Virginia
I want to take time to be Offer
Boswell, Gavena. holy but the clock strikes me Into

HAVE YOU HEARD:About 11 a.m. Nov. 20,the United States fevered to" pitch. $24.95AUp FREE MANICUREINSTANT
I want grow but the ground is not always for
will reach a milestone achieved1 only by three other nations in ready planting. With shampoo & press $3.50
I want to be your child but my manly selves keep loyalty and'love CREDIT ,
history a population of 200 million. split into pieces. TERMS Reloxer Shampoo & Set $15 & up
China India and the Soviet Union have
exceeding
Only populations -
200 million. I want to be a good citizen but it takes strength to hold up For Beauty Salon Appointment
CALL 625-0441
"If we do not periodically re-educate ourselves to our environment great attitudes. or to see our wigs at home
0 God, don't let me lean on excuses until the light fades with-
shall be overwhelmed rather than stimulatedby 15980 Later
we N.W. 27th AVE. Earlie or
in m!. I would not want to TO out on the road of life with a
abundance of knowledge and frequency of change." dim flashlight. OPEN TUES.-THUR. 10 A.M.-7 P.M. Appointments by

Hawaii.Betty Alfred has Just returned from a wonderful vacation in Jeannette Struchen I FRI. 10-8-SAT. 10-6 Appointment Only_!

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Cultural" Centertte Proposal THE MIAMI ESJdgtB; ;; 1967 7 I IIn



a report In Notes and is "designed to provide a plan- constitute a laboratory for of Holmes Elementary, were
Working Papers Concerning ned coordinated program of training teachers at both pre- members of the OI'Jginalplan-
the Administration of Programs educational, social I recreational and in-service levels. ning personnel. Mrs.Agenoria 1:
prepared for the Sub- ,, guidance, and health S. Paschal, presently Assistant t
The
prima of
objective the
committee of Education of the services for children during e
Principal of The Center-
centers is to in
pull together a
Committee on Labor and Public their vital formative ette
years. and Mrs. Allen
central place in the servicesand !
1 Welfare
United States
Senate -
presently Librarian of y
of
various
resources
the proposal for the The proposal for operationof agencies, to better acceleratethe Charles Drew Junior High :
"Neighborhood Educational a prototype program in development of children. School were the writers of the
BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING Cultural Centerette for Young a center to be erected from The plan for this school proposal with advice and suggestions !''
Children" was judged the best Title I funds. It is intended to
LINE-O.TYPE originated in the North Central from the members of t y J
from among 50-plus proposalssent function as a prototype for District under the leadershipof Dade County Board of public
for review. The project some 29 other centers and to Instruction.The .
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Former three-term Basileus of Dr. Leonard M. Britton,
Zeta Phi Beta's Miami alumni chapter and ex-schoolmarm District Superintendent. Mr. result of this proposal '
Rainbow Park elementary Mrs. John Patrick Mooney, District Di- Is now the existing Neighborhood -
(Juanita) pinckney has a paralysis retarda- I rector, Mr. TomG.Gato, Elementary Educational Cultural ,
tion that left her helpless from the waist John Bee Curriculum Specialist Centerette located adjacent to t
down Shell's City employing h 0 r d e of Mrs. Thena C. Crowder, Holmes Elementary School.
gendarmes to ward off would-be stickupmen. E Principal of Holmes Elemen- The new site, now under con
Spotted five uniformed police,one uniform tary, and Mrs. AgenoriaS. struction, should be ready for
e d sergeant,one plainclothesman and Paschal, Assistant Principal occupancy in late December.

one plainclotheswoman Ditto A & G 24-
hour super market, whose special police
carry sawed-off shotguns to compete with .
their bold competitors The Jimmy Yrl
(Ethel Dixons are chauffeuring a snazzy Buick Riviera. ,:


NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Beautiful and talented Sally Blair n
opens at Harry's American Show Room in the Eden Roc Fri- ""\ r"
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day, Sept. 15. Following La Blair will be handsome Epic recording .
artist Adam Wade,who returns for a limited one-week e + "r64deZ
engagement beginning Friday, Sept. 22, with a gala celebrity rA
closing party starring singer Gene Stridel ? Musical back- ,swraMi!
drop to each of these stellar artists will feature the Latin rhy- a
thms of Luis Verona and his band. Patrolman Alexander
Brooks to retire Retired patrolman, bailiff, booking officer /
Alexander McDowell passed. h

I I .,. Ue 4' HURRICANE BOYS
SALT WATER TAFFY: Rattlers Inc annual football trip to .,:,.t ..
Tallahassee for the 1967 FA MU-Southerngamt!Is a Greyhound ', Present Their
'j
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bus line outing. November 9 and 10at midnight) are departing ,}.. 8th ANNUALMASQUERADE L
dates from Miami. The game (a night affair under the kleigs) BALL
is November 11.North's Travel Bureau your bus ticket pur- .,' fI' '""
veyor .Leroy Smith visiting his mother Mrs Geneva Trout- / and SHOW
man and family from Harlem,USA... Bessie Wilkins stopping ; : : :' ,:,.::1M0was \ $ 0 Produced by
traffic with her beauty at 11th and 3rd Former interior ; ., "$ .;;. DALLAS CETTE ROSETTE
decorator and airport skycap "Cadillac Sonny"Williams; died ., _r ..." '> :iII' ... Halloween-Night
of ""' 'lt 1'j\ :
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Tuesday cancer. '" :"" [' S<:OTCH Tuesday, October 31, 1967

THE WEEK'S WASH: I for one don't believe there's any real 9 P.M. Until? Phil Harris, M.C.

seriousness to all those Frank Sinatra bad boy episodes. I feel Sir $*& -e e
Frankie's too smart for that. Nothing but publicity gags I call here!
'em Look for Milt Trenier and his female partner Micki ADVANCE $2.00 AT DOOR $2.50
Lynn to appear at the Deauville November 4 Charles and Tickets toU
on ot c.tt. Rocette, 6131 NW 7th ,Ave.
Edythe Wars due in Tuesday from LBJ'scapitolCity Rancb-
and the John Hotel.
Washington D. C. Movie greats Clark Gable, Cary Grant Can a Scotch actually taste good?Ask the bom-and- Sir
and Gary Cooper, all have Initials CG in their names. bred Scotch drinkers. They've been smacking their
lips over John Begg for years. Suddenly this grand
THE GUTTER GAZETTE: Allegedly Influenced byWAME's old name is on the tip of everybody's tongue.Take a Grand OpeningOF
Butterball Smith, WMBM's "CT" divorced the Miami Beach peg o'Begg.. a wee bit better than the best,"say
microphones to adopt a possible WAME assignment.In the the poetic Scots of their treasured John Begg,whose THE SIR JOHN HOTEL
meantime, WMBM embraced and wooed Blind Joe Walker from taste is gentle and whose once is light.
the WAME household. There was no apparent room at WAME INS 11(81(186IC18HCflI-N r"".MrOITUITMMi'.IhCIIII I CI..K I KNIGHT
for the rambling "CT." So he scurried back over to the Beach BEATBY
and sought WMBM's forgiveness, but his former boss Alan ""
Margolis extended a deaf ear to his plea. So now, "CT" a PRIZES CAIH
CASH
great guy (as of this edition)Is searching the daily blatts pR1ZES Yama
"Want Ads." BOBBY MARSHALLPRESENTS .
Bahama t"
STUFF AND SUCH: Aretha Franklin's Lincoln Center(NYC)
concert October 28 Flip Wilson's comedy album such a THE MASK BALL FRI.-SAT.-SUN.
smash It prompted another Pearl Bailey's health brought
OCT. 21-28-29
rejection from USO for her proposed Vietnam tour One Of X67Halloween r
of south Dade's biggest light club attractions was Columbia
recording star Gene Stridel's opening at Par Tee Lounge last
Friday late-time ..It's a beautiful portrait to watch per- Night
ennial Stanley Newbold serve as MC before an Episcopal altar
His performance Is a Rembrandt In technicolor.
Oct 31

MIAMI MUSINGS: Dade County schools led the nation for the
second year in a row in Presidential Physical Fitness award FEATURING THE STARRING w
winners. For the past school year Dorsey Junior high, with 347 Miss Mother
winners, was the leading school in Dade and In the country
. Jimmy and Georgianna Moore's daughter Shirley, Glade- CONTINENTAL
view elementary schoolmarm, represented the City of Miamiat Joan Plucker
Inez ft Charlie Fox
activities in Port-au-Prince, Haiti during a four-day festival
celebrating the birthday of president Duvalier and the Candy WITH Singing their hit recordings "Mockingbird"
ann'y of that nation's revolution. and "You the Man" and
FRANK WILLIAMS & ROCKETEERS Ar. Many more.

SWEETS TREATS: Ex-fighter and five-time middleweight FEATURING Plus Other Star Attractions
champ Sugar Ray Robinson In tabloid production of"The Odd Music by
C 0 U p 1 e" Former R. R. Moton elementary principaladyZola LITTLE BEAVER & LOUIS HOWARD ROSCOE & THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN
Jiles Sullivan under an NDEA Fellowship, is studying
,
ALSO THE LOVELY Your Host and M. C. Yon BahaMa
early childhood education at the University of Illinois.She was
one of 10 persons in the nation selected for the grant. Not qs Vanilla Williams qt' Oneal Campbell, Assistant Manager r
fully recovered from the success of their smash platter "WhenSomething's
ADMISSION $2.00
Wrong With M/Baby,"Sam and Dave has another yA9/1 fr. DISC-O-TEC aS'
hot donut on the grille, "Soul Man." *.f O For Reservations Call 373-3381
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CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: The celebrated New York National Vocational Guidance Week
Times unveiled that among panelists serving at the recent an- October 22028.1967I WILDMAN STEVE ;!
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nual conference of the American Education Theatre Associa- "! If III Ilium KiliHil liiliiii liiit.ilm m '
tion was Mrs Gloria D. Randolph of Brownsville Junior high (I I II Presents m =
. Marie Miller,Bloneva Conklin,Erma.Sweeting, Clara Mc- Tonight & Every Night Till 5 a. m. 8 ;;
Coy, Mildred McKinney, Willie, Charles and Ronald Kelly lost FLOOR SHOW & DANCING ;; E
their uncle in the Bahamas Among the nine Dade county m.
school personnel who recently made: an orientation tour of the Turf Double Deck Bar s
U, S. Naval Academy at Annapolis were Northwestern high's am
ass't principal Dorothy W. Edwards. Drew Junior high'sass't 79th Street & NW 7th Avenue 0 .;..
principal Alice D. Harrison and guidance coordinator Miriam (Frank Sinatra Filmed Tony Rome Bar Scene Here) o ; Extra!! Sunday Jazz,

Pratt That's it brother, from your one-mm-newspaper, No CoverNo Admission-No Table Charge jl: *< 5 am Session. 7-Tl pm
who knows everybody and everybody's racket, but who is all- Except Wednesday and Saturday 1 With Host China Voilesj
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THE MIAMI TIME, Friday, October 11, 1967 9

\ ',. yyA .,ro. I Agency, 4150 NW 7th Ave.Fri
"" PRE-HALLOWEEN GET-
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; '" ('I. r day, Oct. 27, from 9 p.m. to

I ,'. ., w. ACQUAINTED DANCEThe 1 a.m. two round trig, ticketsto
Nassau will be raffled off
e) Forty-Sixers invite you Donation $1.00.
to a Pre- Halloween get-ac- Benefit scholarship fund
etvt quainted party. Bonded Rental for high school pupils.

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MAJMIE BONDU Call :
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Well, what do you know? That whole bus IDe "" 'LT'CHARLES.w i

signaling when you change lanes was all a
changing certain parts of the law, and in the ROGERS
was deleted. Now they are asking everybody to

when changing lanes, as they always did, and ... AT PL 1.7502
please do! Now that makes sense! Please let
FOR A GOOD BUY ON A
drivers know what you are going to do, when
'
will do the same for you. ril be blinking at you PIANO. ORGAN, SCOTT
Election time is growing near.If you didn't STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
you are in trouble with me when I find out about INSTRUMENTS.PIANOSlORGANS.
a registered voter, you Just as well not be it you
cise your right to vote. and DO IT. When the
please make sure you cast YOUR ONE VOTE,
in Mississippi and a few other states around
to fight and die in order to have the privileges

Take advantage of this right. Speaking of a junior ma- Bet h u n e-Cookman College I
folks think we are complete fools,and I want my was elected Wildcats take on the Edward
this carefully and then think about it. Say "he" and recently Waters College Tigers, Nov. ,l i
whom "he" wants to run for City Commission the Homecom- 4.
goes out and get's a Negro to run for office at Bethune-

incumbent Commissioner. When we go to the Mary, a graduate of Madi- I
our vote between the two Negroes who are member of the son County Training School of
boy that "he"wanted there in the first place wins at the Gator Miami, is the daughter of Mrs.
and our Negro candidates are out there fighting when the Hattie Littles of Miami. I
must show folks that we are not blind,nor are we
the cross section of people living in our City, you \
bottom dollar that,at the present time,it is Time? Why
two Negroes on that Commission. There are o -
sioners. They represent a segment of each of
tionalities in this community and county and
sent and fight for people of all nationalities o Homemaker?


PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Maude Newbold .\ ? our community needs more.
Wilson's Would YOU like to be a
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: John Avant marr led and Homemaker?
faced with If you have more time on WE SELL HAPPINESS
VIP OF THE WEEK: Col. Claude C. Clark long empty your hands than you know what
AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAYAt
the same time, to do with, if you would like to
the cr...,..4l .l rlh-Sulh Ixpr,.iw.y
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: This is the 1 who was 5 help people If you feel you ONLY 15 MINUTIS FROM ANYWNRI MIAMI
for Clyde Killen's Hurricane Boy's show. by working would like to work to supple CORNER NW 54th ST. fc N.W 3rd 4YE
Rosette, assisted by George Patterson and Phil sales clerk ment your income all you Phone 7517502Or
promised me that they are gonna put a dress she wasn't have to do to obtain further Information I 2010 Biscayne Blvd FR 1-0401 -'BrowardJA24131'
was a promise. Let's all see that at the Knight was really is to call: Home- '
pill DELIVERY ANYWHIRI IN U.S.A.
ween night. You can bet I'm gonna be there with And Mrs maker Service of Dade County rT.UUDERDAL111031.I.US OlAS$ l>17ft
(Just In case one misfires) Our retirement In- Inc., 371-5407
doing well at Mt.Sinai.Thanks to all you Dec.29)w' adequate,
called about her. Shirley Seldon some way,1o
home. We are happy to know that she will soon None of these
scene. Belated sympathy to the Timmons other, but
families .. Have you seen "The Defiant Ones" two things in "
poitier and Tony Curtis? It has a deep message had Hmo and R
The Home Health Aid Training Program NEW CARFINANCING
fine women last week. They were Mesdames:
Josephine Buckley, Llllie Kitterlell Lucille
fred Nesbitt, Beulah Thomas, Theresa Nunez and ? Her
She is a
nah.-. Grandway still needs more cashiers on
asset
capable
small neighborhood stores get a good break by
She is given
all need a break. Not one businessman came
tickets for the young nun in the wheel chair who course, with-
Is paid by and
phins. Where is everybody ???Mrs.Reatha Homemaker
surgery at Jackson this week. We wish her a
.Did you see Moms Mabley on the Smother's County, Inc.,
Boy, she is something for the books.FUNNY. agency, when
She
opening again in the next few weeks with a brand training. .
as 40 or as '
entertainment, and new management.They are in
week and Is
tractive waitresses and Charlie Martin and Tom .. .. ,.
terview those who are interested in Ft.Lauderdale for every ..." .,.. .. iial. .
% '.riII J.t j '
".... II'"
on Monday at 2:00 Birdland is on 17th Avenue '. ; "' '
L p.m.__ __ _u__ ___ LLL .. 1" ""
rise Boulevard, u case you are mieresieu.,. .. 41/2 '.'
the Fabulous Miss Pearl Bailey's opening as anywhere in l

Dolly last week in Philadelphia. They gave her Miami '
that were out of this world. The critics say the She W'tih':" .
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mendous, and is destined to be a great hit with to a family i.tiH? ..
star. With her hand and facial motions! and general housing pro- ::,.j.

we can readily see that it would be a great show. income I 1 .'
r a slum a- 1; .'
Calloway is co-star in this production,and his
,
has a beautiful role in it,also.We are looking ;.
Ate
ing "Hello Dolly" with this all-star cast at the 'J .'
playhouse soon. Will keep you posted on it. for seven
open Friday, October 27 at the Thunderbird on to prevent
their
an unlimited engagement. We wish him much from
is it for another week.: Till the next one, LIVE or she
GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT, AND TO MAKE old lady to
herself and
WORLD SMILE, EVERYBODY SAY "PEACE." easily. She

,organi
OMEGAS BRINGING COUNT BASIE of the home. :: f
The Zeta Chi Chapter of the Internationally \ ,

presenting omega Psi Count Phi Fraternity Basie and his is dale.Ocean on Friday Mile Nov.Hotel 17 to preserve family Lincoln is YOUR Bank.. Use ;It!

strikes."She
home .

CAL'S ,in a com- .. .

Breakfast Lunch Dinner where, or the at LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK '

Steaks Chops *- Sea Food, around [1] OP MIAMI .
Best" 'I" '
At Its
-"Food First fully Integrated bank in the entire Sowhteut-

PHONE: NE 3.9316 She Is right here In the Edison Financial Center ,; :
Youngblood 6013 N.W.7th Avenue. ,...... 759-4431 ._ ,
James & Nealie sense of hu-

6010 NW 22 AVENUEAir .people and

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BIG ROCKS I Big Brothers Need $3,500 To r


Direct Factory to YOU / Match Mott GrantFor FIRST MIAW RUN

the expansion of Big are being asked to help in the
TOY WAREHOUSE Brothers' program In the Ne- raising of these funds. ORIVE IN THEATRE
gro community, the Mott So, it is up to the Miami Big
5315 NW 36th AVE., MIAMI PH. 633-1142 Foundation has donated$3,500 Brothers organization to find r
Factor to you Unlimited Quantities Dealers Welcome on a matching basis,to the Big an additional support from an-
Brothers of Greater Miami other organization with a
SALE THURSe in the gift, it was stipulatedthat similar humanitarian outlookas MAKU YOR.ATh .
it was for the purpose of that of the Mott Foundation.The .
'lOt FRI. SAT. SUN. helping to pay the salary of an gift was nude with that
additional staff number of The specific proviso. I SHAKrJt
MAKE YOUR LAYAWAY Big Brothers here. What is the "Big Brother" ( (

10 TO 6 HOW AND SAVEJYOU The trustees of the Mott work in Miami? The motto of
r Foundation stated that they this organization Is"One Man
have been heartened by the One Boy."
D [ good beginning that has been It has been estimated that In
made by The Big Brothers in Metropolitan Miami there are

Miami among Negroes. 6,000 fatherless boys betweenthe t dlrsssiNS IA#lgtt k ; .
Most of the Mott Founda ages of 8 and 14.It is esti- { ++ocess t grp NCf' 1
ill sst.i>tTslssAse..v* h
tion's grants are given as a mated that 2,000 of these boys 1
MUST BRING THIS AD WITH YOU challenge to organizations that could greatly profit from the

"Give Me Your Hand & every day would help match the gift in order services of Big Brothers. if
I Will Walk With You. I to be a sponsor in humanitarian such were available to them.
am 24 Inches Tall" work being done in a This is the goal of the Big
BEAUTIFULLY DRESSED community And that isthe Brothers of Greater Miami.-
WORKS WITHOUT BATTERIES case with the $3,500 grant to to help our fatherless boys to
REG. the Big Brothers of Greater grow and develop into normal,
8.00 Miami. Clubs and fraternities productive citizens.
es
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at PeJ-per-lJrg-es School I 118 #t'you,- r.r .

BIG ROCK'S PRICE High WZ R: K Ka

., Grads To Take Exam I r = jL ;

3.2 r Congressman Claude Pep and most other departments I

99 .. per urged high school gradu- will be filled from the same 'I
: ates who are Interested in examination. The separate RuL
working for the Federal Government post Office examination has!
next summer to apply been eliminated."
as soon as possible for the
1968 qualifying examination.
iGq -
"Summer Jobs in the Federal
I i Government are n o w filled '
... I on the basis of a competitive M I AEI MM' DRIVE IN ; G.
examination rather than on a THEATRE r."I'W ,
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basis of'who knows whom,'" '
PONY ON Pepper said. Box:0>fice
8100 NW 7th Ave 693-421 ,
36S
Opens 6;
"Each
SPRINGS year many young
people ask my help in obtaining
Federal employment for
,/ .
1'; LONEr the summer But I cannot be of
I much help to: them unless they
r/;r have taken the summer em-

r.; ployment examination."
Model I 67 "And when the summer p
R.g.19.93 99 rolls around it is too late to I
Big Rock' Price q
Model #70 Giant D...... take the examination and qualify ,
THE "TOWER"REG. Magnificent Detail ," he said. ,

$65BELOW Reg. 34.95 pepper pointed out that the r
< Qlg Rocks's Price 19"FT. s
COST 399 deadline for applications for
CASH t CARRY the first of four summer em-
ployment examinations in Nov.
TAIL SUPER SAM BOP BAG (for the examination to be con-
Hit tm and Ht comes back ducted throughout the countryon
REG. 3.00-BIG ROCK $13- Dec. 9). The deadline for
i KNOCKS HIM DOWN TO applications for the final examination '
is Feb. 1 (for the A story of
CHILDREN PANCHOS oxam'joatlon' to be conducted
(Heavy raincoats for camping, March 9)). the new-beat
fishing and school keep them 99 TECHNICOLOR*
"Next summer," Pepper boldtempo
out of the rain below COlt.SLOT -
said, "Federal summer jobsIn
DOUBLE DOBBIN the Post Office Department mods and minis a I' ,
NO. 73'Tt '
and the
NaILE MHO .11 *.

SIZE teacher who '';

TRANSISTORS'
was hipenough r
Beautiful! Plushy
It sings & Talks to v -f
Reg. 19.9 :a

turn them
BID ROCKS 99 r
BELOW COST 6 off theirturnedon
A CAROUSEL FOR TWO
PRICE JUST LIKE A REAL MERRY GO-ROUND I ; ;

OLD MASTERS Reg. Price 24.95 t
flRTISTEASEL ,09 BIG ROCK'S PRICE 191 .
( track I
Pallette, brush & '
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RACE TRACK nOperates

STAR NEWSBOY OF
on batteries WAY. BELOW COST
6 2 crJts-oveMlouble Chicane Jumptrocks II. THEMONTH I
4 guard rails 1551 299 Sandrew Martin, 11-
1 Aston Martin Reg. $1 year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
1 Chev. Corvette
Sandy Martin of 6700 NW lOth
Avenue has been named"Star
MOTORIFIC TORTURE TRACK 499 Newsboy of the Week."
CO-FEATURE
j #4588 Reg. 8.00 Way Below Cost Sandrew has been selling the

ASSORTED MOTORIFIC CARS 150 Times for over a year andhis LUV is fun..fry and make it!
complete-way below cost sales have risen to over 180

WEN MAC GASOLINE PLANE MM papers.good response Sandrevattributeshls to sales to his
HEADY TO FUUOMPLETE WITH 5 ... wonderful customers. COLUMBIA PICTURES PresentsJACKU1WKMI
i RATTER!,GAS i FLYING LINES Reg12 q CIIII PMTHE
He also celebrates his
I Ideal's Official Batman 490 birthday today,(Thursday,
I Utility Belt While they last *f October 26).

I OPEN THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY 10-9 Happy birthday and congra- a SIr 1/IFh/ Love' ,OQ & 1x.35 4h, k" '?a', :
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14 THE "MIAMI TIME S.. Friday. October 27. 1967 _

IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSI

loving memory of the late loving memory of a dear would like to thank my pas-

I I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I ... .:: ? aunt tor members Sister, also 0. M.the Woodley coworkers and- I

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J of Veterans Hospitalof )
Coral Gables for remembering -

me in my hour of bereave-

IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMof IN MEMORIAMIn ment. Words cannot expressmy

loving memory of our beloved husband and father sad but loving memory of j I appreciation to you. Again
Elder Sin James.
our darling sister and aunt j thay you.
FLORA THOMPSON
t Ethel James

who died Oct. 26, 1965. 9d

Gone, but not forgotten. We RANGE

love you, but God loves you Mrs. Lucille Daniels,

1 best. iL of 5160 NW 30th Ave.,died October -

19, at a local hospital.
Marie Curtis and family.
.l Survivors include a son, William -

MRS. ROSA COSTON ; two daughtersMirgaret

and Peggy two granddaughters
;
IN MEMORIAMIn 4 formerly of Henderson
,k# + ; three great grands.Ser-
1i4
1 t Avenue Alabama who
sad but loving memory oi '} Troy, vices were conducted Tuesdayin
died Oct. 22 1964.
our departed one the chapel.
ELDER JAMES D. ETHRIDGEwho "Sweet are the memories that

f Lii _I departed this life Oct. 31, never fade Julia Billups, of 1761 NW

; 1958. Of one we loved, but could 42nd St., died Oct. 21, at a local
.:1
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EDDIE LEE BRADY 1'1" Lord, we praise thee for all never save." hospital. Among her many

....... rT I that Is to past we trust for all Sleep on and take your rest friends survivors are Mr.and
whose striving Journey was that Is to come as lowly as the we love you, but God loves you Mrs. R. J. Holmes. Serviceswere
ended Oct. 30, 1966. MRS. BERTHA K. LEWIS best.
manger bed. Though high as held Thursday the
He fought a battle long and hardOne
heaven throne:As gentle as his Memorial Chapel.
that is always lost who departed this life October healing hands though pillar, Mrs. Annie K. Bostic and

Although we loved you dear one 25, 1965. corner stone,the master of the Th e Long family of Miami. Leonora Baptiste, .of 16420
The price of life is death Jesus can make a dying bed 21 died
stormy sea-yet one who ser- NW Ave., Oct.22. Mrs.
And you have paid the cost Feel soft as downy pillows are, ved his friends; the giver of DEATH NOTICE Baptiste had been a residentof

Mrs. Stella Braddy and _...__._
familyIN While on his breast I lean my God's peace and Joy. The re- -- the Miami area for the past

head, ceiver, when life ends. 51 years. Her suvivors includeson

yi ai And breathe my life out sweetly The family swGene Basil; ten grandchildren,

i l aaMF MEMORIAMIn there. Mrs. Lillian M. Ethridge, Catherine Mitchell, George

of Sadly missed, Mrs. Ida K. James, Basil, Jr., David,

memory Sidney sister, Grade Ann, wife.Mrs.. Lillian E. Chesholm, Ronald, Leroy, MelvinBernadett -

niece. and Mrs. Jimmie E. King, and Barbara; nine great

P daughters.IN grands and three sisters, mesdames -
IN MEMORIAMIn Isadora Pritchard,
--
sad but loving memory of Ophelia Roberts and Lou

our beloved husband, father, MEMORIAM Weech. Funeral services Saturday -

MRS. LEOLA I. CAMBRIDGE r and grandfather, a r n; r s ; ? 2:00 p.m., Mt.Olivette

Baptist Church, Rev. I. C.
who passed away two years ago ; Mlckins, officiating. The re-

on Oct. 21,1965.Asleep X mains are now In repose in
in Jesus blessed i: funeral home.

steep. From which none ever 1aq
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wakes to weep. r .Sr Cora Ferguson, of 1021 NW
val gene Shannon of
The family died 2nd Ave., Apt. 2, died Oct. 22.
Daytona Beach Fla. Oct.
,
Mrs. Eva A. Bethel, mother She is survived by a son, WillieJ.
19. Funeral services were
Mrs. Beatrice Bethel Miles Roker Naomi
; a daughter,
l held today (Thursday, Oct. 26))
Memphis Tenn. Mrs. Marie
a Graham; two brothers, Morris
A at Mt. Bethel Baptist Church,
Bethel Richardson, West Palm and Joseph Moore; three sis
Daytona Beach. Thompson'sFuneral I
Beach, sisters.Mr. : ters, Mesdames Donnie ,
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Home charge.Sur-
Eustance Bethel, West Banks Annie Bradley and
,
Palm Beach and Mr.James W. 2 t < vivors include a father,Aldine Mamie Final rites
Edgecomb.
MRS. HELEN P. LAWRENCE' 4 of Miami a stepmother,Rosa;
Bethel Miami brothers.IN ;
Ij 1)) 4 will be conducted Saturday in
a wife, Reatha; two sons,Wil-
who departed this life, Oct. 28, fred and G e n e; two sisters, Gifford, Fla.

MEMORIAMIn 1964. fc p Rhoda and Thona Faye; Shan Sgt. Luther Smith, of 1338

Silent is the voice so tender REGINALD PAYNE non was well-known in Miami NW 68th St., died recently in

memory of our darling and sweet. who departed this life Oct. 28, _.., when he worked at the Davis Vietnam. Sgt. Smith is survived
mother 77 n""' """' ; "'"
and daughter Lost is the love that each of us 1965.It Cafeteria. by his parents, Mr. and

seek. seems like only yesterday.He ELLIOTT JOHN PIEZE Mrs. Luther J.Smith;his wife,

Gone dear mother are you is gone to stay. who slipped away from us into BAIN'S Liz z i e; two daughters, Nina

from us. But his memory still lingers eternal rest Oct. 27, 1962. and Arkeeta; a brother, Sp/4
But not from God in whom we missed Herber Thompson of 4904 James Smith and sister, Pa-
along our way. Sadly by,
trust. The and friends. Washington Drive, Coral tricia Elaine. Local rites will

Sadly missed by 11 loving Hurtie L. Payne,wife. family Gables died Oct. 22, at the S. be held Saturday in the Na-

children; two sisters and Children grandchildrenIN Miami Hospital. He is survived tional Cemetery, Pensacola,

i a host of other relatives. by daughters Mesdames Fla. Sgt. Smith is now in repose -
z MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSWe Kathleen Hadley of Philadelphia at the funeral home.

and Mildred Reeves of

CARD OF THANKSThe loving memory ofMRS. the family of the late Coconut Grove; one son Dwight Mamie Lee Solomon, of 569

Thompson of Key West and a NW 41st St., died Oct.: 23. She

family of the late ; host of grandchildren. Com- is survived by two sons, Mor-

.. plete funeral arrangementswill ris and Clarence; four daugh-
---- -- be announced.Mrs. ters,' Mesdames Mamie Har-

/ir- vey, Dorothy Singleton, Rena
MRS. FRANCIS JOHNSON Susie Johnson of 3350 Flowers and Elizabeth Cochran -

William Ave., Coconut Grove ; several grands and great
who departed this life Oct. 25, died Oct. 24, at home. She is grands. Final rites will be held

1966. survived by three daughters in ,Albany, Ga., where the remains -
One-year has past since that Mesdames Susie Harris, EllaM. were sent.
sad day when the one we lov-
t Tables and Bell
1 McCrary
ed called We love x ; Remllda Ferguson, of 328
was
away. k six Eddie
sons, R.J., ,Harvey,
NE 70th St., died Oct. 24, at
her but God loved, her best, ;; El more, Oliver and Jenny,
7 her
resident. Among her sur-
_J The Family; and host of grandchildren.
Edward Donald Albert Alfred vivors are two sons,Henry and
Arrangements will be an-
Willis two daughters Mes-
and Ellen, sons. "- nounced. ; ;
Ellen Hillman Mother MARGARETT L dames Mildred Sands and
FERRELL Blanch Copeland. Arrangements -
Mrs. B e u 1 a h Gardiner of
GEORGE known aunt Maud who are incomplete.
HARVEY CAREY HI as pas-
r 1765 NW 66th St., Miami died
sed Oct. 24 1966.
IN MEMORIAMIn Oct. 24 at the Osteopathic Gen-
would like to express our sin- Two sad lonely years have George Washington Pryor,
eral Hospital. She is survivedby of 1090 NW 66th St. was the
sad, but loving memory of cere and grateful appreciationfor passed since you went away.A ---- four daughters Mesdames ,
victim of automobile acci-
an
our dear beloved mother and the k1 n d words, con d o ,.precious one' from us gone, a Helen Waters Beulah
Singleton dent Oct. 24. He is survived by
grandmother 1 lences, florals, telegrams, and voice we loved is stilled; a
,
ELLINGTON "DUKE" HALL and Betty and Barbara his wife, Mae Jester; a brother
in home
other expressions of sympathy place is vacant our
Gardiner, her mother Mrs. Frank and sister
what be filled. All Mrs.
ROSE LEAH INGRAM extended during their period can never
wish to thank our many friends Pauline Taylor; six sisters; Ida Jordan. Arrangements are
of bereavement. Special is dark within our dwelling,
and neighbors for their kind two brothers. Arrangementswill incomplete.
who thanks to Richardson Fun- lonely in our hearts today, for
departed this life Oct. 25, go efforts bestowed upon us dur- be announced.The .
1963. ,;. eral Home, to Rev. Johnson of.the one we loved so dearly has ing our bereavement.We ALBERTMiss

A precious one from us is goneA Trinity Wesleyan'Methodist forever passed away. offer special thanks to four sons of Mr. and
voice we love is still Church. Gone, but not forgotten. Mrs. Leon Major, Jr., Randy Mary Ann Robinson,
Deacon Rev.Washington Rev. Kelly, pastor of St. Paul Leon, Kelvin, Jason, and Step. 2540 NW 155th St. Opa-locka,
A place is vacant in our hearts, Cooper, AME Church the Stewardess
hen died pet. 16. Funeral services
Mrs. Gladys McFord Sadly missed by; were fatally injured Oct.
Of a memory that can never be ,
Board Choir Mrs. Valdez
filled. Mrs. Louise Holmes, neigh- Mrs. Aliens Johnson, sis- 20 at their home as the resultsof were held Monday from Greater -

bors and friends and Mission- ter; Mrs. Hortinse Patterson, Murray,. Dade County Mor- a fire. In addition to their New Bethel Baptist Churchin
niece Patterson ticians and Range Funeral parents they are survived Opa-locka. Among her sur-
Irma Skiles,daughter, Wllda ary Society. ; .Leroy Home. by
Johnson, daughter, Creta Again our sincere thanks nephew; Mrs.Lizzie Wilson, one brother, and grandparents. vivers are, parents, Mr. and

Ski 1 e s, grand daughter and and may God bless each of you. Mrs. Romelda Sands, Miss The Hall family Arrangements to be an- Mrs. Moses Johnson, four sis
ters
four brothers.
family The family. Brabry Sands, cousins. nounced. I


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ALBERTMrs. r ANTIOCH M. B.
I
Anna Holden,22180 SW New Liberty City
122nd Ave., Goulds, died Oct. Rev. A. H. Essix,pastorWe
20. Funeral servicesSaturday I a observed our pastor's
2 p.m. Shiloh Baptist Church : Fifth Anniversary last week.
In Homestead.Among her sur- He and his wife were showered -
vivors are two daughters,Ma- with many gifts and kind-
dames, Willie BellDorety, ness.
Rosa Lee McKenzie; one bro- Our many: thanks to Rev.L. .
ther, Sammie Thomas. Solomon and congregation,
Henderson Lloyd, 1761 NW Rsv. J. J. Sheffield and congregation FOOD PRICES
47th St., died Oct. 20. He is Rev. R. Svth and "Hot Shots"'
survived by wife, Johnnie M; congregation, Rev. W.K.Smith ALL WEEK LONG
two sons; one step-daughter, and congregation and Rev. G.
Mrs. Mary L. Matthews; bro- W. Phillips and congregation.THE .
thers and sisters.Funeral ar-

gangements this time. are incomplete at Eddie (Sonny) Williams-, CHURCH OF PORK LIVER LB. 19

i popular Miamian,died Mondayat GOD TABERNACLEWe
his home, 1392 NW 42 ST
RAHMINGSMrs. He was 44.Williams. will conclude our holy FRESH PORK .
an employee of convocation meeting, October
Leta Finlaysonof Miami International 29th, these special services > 12t
Airport, NECK BONES LB.
NW 57th St., died in Jackson was stricken several months have been in session since Oct. J, ,
Hospital on Oct. 18, 20th. After
Memorial ago. After a period of hospitalization the conclusion of
after a period of illness. Her at Cedars of Lebanon, these services regular ser '
survivors include her husband he had been confined to his vices will be held each Sunday 1ST CUT U.S. GOODCHUCK :
Clarence; a sister,Mrs.Sarahj. home. morning, at 11:30a.m.Sunday,
Johnson;brother,Matthew His survivors Include a wife Tuesday, Thursday and Friday ROAST F'RSTcU'T' 39C
Bethel; eight nephews; five Thelma; a son, Anthony; his nights, at 8-.00 p.m.
nieces. Funeral services will mother, Mrs. Louis Bynes; Everyone is invited. '
be held on Saturday, Oct. 28, two step-daughters, Patriciaand WHOLE
-yr
at St. Mary's W. M. Church,
Ranzer Burke; a stepson, ANYONE
200 p.m. with Rev. H. V.stu- CAN BUY
Edward A. Burke.Funeral .
No
Closing Cost FRYERS
art officiating.
services will beheld -
Saturday afternoon at $600 DOWN-$102 MO.
STEVENS 4 p.m. at New Hope Baptist Large like new 3 bed-
Funeral services for Church with Range Funeral room, 2 bath home, doufa LB. 25t
Home Incharge. ble carport. Large calls
Thomas E. Smith of 816'NW
2nd Ter., Hallandale will be built-in kitchen, central ,
held, at 1200 noon Sunday,October The FAMUAN is the student heotnearbuses.schools, '"
29, in Hallandale Church newspaper of Florida All M hops. Terrific buy. '.
of God. Burial will be in the University. It is edited and I PEOPLES REALTY ./
Hallandale Cemetery. Survi- published by the students of, Realtors .
vors include his mother, Mrs. the University. 945-0600
Maude Smith; a sister, Mrs. TENDERIZED
Mary Thompson, two brothers
Charles and David,eight aunts Lincoln Fields SMOKED PICNICS LB. 29tSLICED
Mrs. Olive Miller, Rose
Moreau, Pearline Edwards, ApartmentsRESIDENT
Naomi Bowleg, Ruth Edwards, WHOLEOR
35
Clara Edwards and Jesse Ed- MANAGER HALF '
wards; two uncles, Fred Miller 2045 NW 62nd STREET OX 1-8862 ,
I and Robert Smith two sis FRESH
, ; Enjoy Living in Cool Clean
our Apartments
ters-in-law, Reona and Hazel
one brother-in-law, Edward; Offering Many Features' TURKEY NECKS LB. 14tA

Thompson. Mr. Smith was the
FREE GAS FREE CITY WATERTile
proprietor of Smith's Nurseryand TOP QUALIT GROWNGROUND
Landscaping Co.
Bathroom Free Garbage Disposal
Funeral services COMPARE
for ArthurE. BEEF 49
Painted Gas Stove
Shipman of 517 NW First Newly Refrigerator LB
Ave., will be held at 11:00 a.m. Washing Machines Venetian Blinds
Saturday, Oct. 28 in Mt. Sinai Free Parking Laundry Rooms 1ST CUT

Methodist Church. Burial will Free Hot Water Free Exterminating LB.
be in the Danla Cemetery.Survivors PORK CHOPS 39(
Include a niece Mrs.Ida CARETAKERS ON PREMISES
M. Littles of Miami. 1 Weekly Rates.

Funeral services $18.00 1 bedroom $22.00 2 bedroom
WHITE
George Forrest Swain of 5021 POTATOES 5 23(
SW 21st St. Hollywood, will beheld Deposit Required

at 300 p.m. Saturday, NUCREST
Oct. 28 In the chapel. Burial RENTING OFFICE OPEN WEEK DAYS
will be in the Dania Cemetery SAlAD DRESSING V 29tTOP
Mr. Swain is survivedby a sis-
ter, Mrs. Easter Robinson. QUALITY


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Ellis M. Robinson of 790 NW 'i
56th St., completed the state 1 1 OOAOR3PKGS, :
board requirements for the ,[
license of funeral director. 3/l
Robinson is the son of Mrs.
,
Minnie Robinson and the late
John Robinson of Orange City, GIANT
Florida. He came to live herewith /ou M oily 4/Mt God
his foster parents Mrs. FAB 59t
Artie Richardson and the late

Lovell 1956. Richardson, Sr. in, 6f WtUlA9 people


He is a graduate of Booker IN YOUR HOUR OF BEREAVEMENT CALL SUPEREm
FREDDY'S
Washington High School and "
E c It Ie s School of Mortuary "Where/ service begins and never end* j

Science, phila., pa.Presentlyhe
is a licensed embalmer and Three locations to serve you 6427 NW 4.

funeral director at Richardson Miami Opo-locko Perrine .
Mortuary 4500NW17thAve. .
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FRIENDSHIPRev.
lN ST. PAUL AME Woman's Day At Mt. Hermon

Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor E.Jenkins,pastor
Mary Amos,reporter Ruby Carr, reporter
y Thanksto all our friends

November 22 the women of TNmob' who gave their services to help
St. Paul will celebrate their 23 make our Women's Day a com
annual Women's Day their goal plete success. Special thanksto

\ this year is$10,000 our chair our speakers. Oar morning LIBERTY CITY CHURCHOF
speaker Mrs. Helen Bain
I man Mrs. Juanita Fisher says H.
NEW MT. MORIAH "Let's wave our banner high vice president of the Mortician CHRIST, INC.F. .

\ Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor for a bigger and better Wo Auxiliary and our evening
Sis. Evelyn Souter, reporterThe men's Day, with the full co- speaker Mrs. Majorie Perkinsof L. Thompson, minister
operation of all our members, Greater New Bethel, they T. S. Holmes, reporterS
Ushers Union will meetat boards, and clubs along with both were most outstanding in
the church on the second our many friends we can reach their deliverance 1st e r Robert English re-
Sunday in November at 3 p.m. our goal with the greatest of r Also special thanks to New ceived a certificate from the
The Men's Day Committeewant ease." Our chairman Mrs. rA Macedonia Choir and Ushersfor United Church Women (WICS)

to thank Rev. 0. W.west Lillian Woods says, "We are morning service, and St. for having less privileged
Rev. Paul Freeman, Jordan with our chairman 100%please Paul AME Choirs One and Two girlsof the community fund an
don't let dowm let's make for better future
Grove Male Chorus and all us along with Friendship Ushers opportunity a
others that participated and thisaday remember for MRS. ERMA STEED. MRS. MABLE WRIGHT for evening services. Your through the Job Corps.We .
_attended during the celebra- years to come. Chairman Chairman willingness to serve will always -
A Silver Tea at the home of remain as an outstanding congratulate Sister
tion of our Men's Day.
Joint rehearsal for choirs Mrs. Louise Lee, Oct. 29, at The women of Mt. Hermonare -- contribution in helping to make English for this fine exampleof
1391 NW 45th St. 4 9 to observe service to the community,
getting ready
p.m. our women's day a success.
Nos. 1 & 2 October 31st at 8
A special treat Is in store for their 10th annual Woman's The chairman and co-chair and hope that this will be an incentive -
p.m.Our all who attend. Day on Sunday Oct. 29th. for other sisters to
monthly conference is man wish to thank all commit
scheduled for Nov. 2nd at 8 Plan now attend the Musi- Mrs. Erma Steed, chairnun tees and captains and every individual follow.At .
cal program on the fifth Sun- and Mrs. Mable Wright, cochairman
p.m. All members are asked 41 member. Our pastorwas this writing we have a
to please be present. day night Oct. 29, after ser- along with the pleased with both ser- long list of members on the
vice program given by theM members are busy engaged in vices. He was elated over
t' Remember the sick and our sick list.We hope and pray that
J. Fayson board. various activities In order that success, express his sincere
shut-ins, our pastor' bereaved God will enable them to leave
All women who are interested this Woman's Day may be the thanks to the women of our
families and those in the their sick beds and enjoy his
armed services in your prayers in singing for Women's Day best ever. church and to all who par-\blessing once more without
)
will please meet at the church The Committee is
please pray for peace. Program ticipated for a Job well done. sickness.Our .
i Visitors are always welcome Thursday night leading up to planning a very unique and interesting Our Ministers and Deacons
the first Sunday and Wednes- program and hope Union will convene with the heartfelt sympathy to
_. bay and Friday night of the fol- that you will look forward to Macedonia Missionary Baptist Bro. Leon Major, who lost his

lowing week, at 8:00 p.m. attending.The I IJIii'V .... .. '" ... ...., Church in Pompanq Rev. F.W.I I children in the fire last week.
VALLE Y GROVE please come out to these re- theme Is: "The Role of SERENA ALLEN Wilson, Jr., pastor, October :He is a member of the Coconut
hersals so that we might havea the Faithful Woman in This 2 I Grove Church of Christ,
\ full choir for World of Crisis." service rendered in the interest
Rev. J. Torrence, pastor our big day. Visitors are always wel-'I Coconut Grove.
Lucile Torrence, reporterThe Attention all Juniors: If you Mrs. Serena Allen, presi- of our Woman's Day by come at our church, come to
are Interested in putting your dent of Miami District Wo- the Rev. F. A. Fayson and his church and have your faith lilted Visit the church that makes
pastor is asking every- names in the souvenir book and men's Missionary Society and congregation. That service you feel at homo.
one to please come out tues- purchase flowers please give wife of our presiding elder, will be held at 3 p.m.Refresh-
day night to prayer meeting,at your n a m e s to the following Rev. F. A. Allen of the Miami ments will be served.
8:00 p.m.There. persons: Valeria Bland, District, will be the morning We are looking forward to
will be a local program Gloria Branham, Mrs.Tun- speaker. seeing you Sunday at the"BIg- All Roads Lead To
on Thursday night at the ner, Mrs.Williams Mrs. There will be an afternoon gest Little Church in Town."
Amos as soon as All
possible.
Macedonia
church inbehalf of the Union. SundayMRS.
this for the
small of
sum
The union will be in charge dollar. one GRACE CHRIST EPISCOPALRev. ..
Friday and Saturday all day
All the PRESBYTERIAN Theo. Gibson
above notices are to R. rector
and conclude Sunday. It will be
held at Grove MBC, Rev.Hen- benefit Women's Day please Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor Antoinette Silva, reporter 1.
derson, pastor, sponsored by give them your support. Congratulations to the youth The contestants of the
Vally Grove. Remember our sick and for their fine presentation of Calendar Tea are quite enthused .:
shut-In and say a special over who will be crown-
last
There will be no service on Sunday evening, commemorating -
Sunday, at Valley Grove due to prayer for their speedy recovery "World Order ed "Miss Calendar Tea."
the union. Sunday." Thanks, also to the Each contestant is identifiedby
On the second Sunday in November guest speaker of the evening, a name tag worn every Sun-
Bro.Brown will be ordained NEW HOPE Mrs. Minnie Brewton. day morning. Watch the bulletin -
here at the church, at The first week of Novem- board for photos and articles -

3:00 p.m. He is enlisting the Rev. W. E, Sims, pastor ber, beginning on Communion regarding contestants.
prayers of the church. Sunday, is our church's an- The contest will be climaxedon

The third Sunday, in Novem- Mary Mayfield, reporter niversary week. We invite all Sunday, November 19th. 1'' It
ber is the choir's anniversary. Hats off to our chairman, members to bring their The Bazaar is coming, two
Monday after the second Mrs. Bernice Kerson, and our friends with them to the activities days, Friday and Saturday,
Monday in November our pastor co-chairman, Mrs. Lorraine o f the week. November 10 and 11, on the J
will run a five night revi- Fuller for a wonderful Wo- The sermon for next Sun- church grounds. Plan now to "
val meeting in Key Largo. He men's Day program. The Job day morning will be: "What attend and buy your favorite MYTRICE MURRAY MRS. LEOLA BOVAN I
is asking the prayers of the was well done,both spirituallyand Are You Talking About?" from dish or article. GENERAL CHAIRMAN CO-CHAIRMAN
church. He Is also asking the financially. the Book of Acts, Chapter 26. Block Rally- You may donate
choir to be in uniform on Fri- Sincere thanks to our morn- Remember: You are always as many blocks at the
day night to help close out the Ing speaker, Mrs. Lucille welcome at Grace. price of 50$ each. If you wish i
revival Moore, Community Christian to donate call 443-6349 and r
Sis. Eula M. Wilson is re- Choir, Union Grove Baptist someone will come by and.pick .
turning to the hospital for her Ushers, our evening speaker, MARTIN MEMORIAL up your donation.
second operation. She is ask- Mrs. Thelma Howard,Greater Get well wishes to Miss
Rev. R. H. Johnson, pastor Naomi McKenzie Mrs. Grace
ing the prayers of everyone. New Macedonia Choir No.Two rnS s
Don't forget to pray for the and Usher Board No. 1,and all The women are planning for and Mrs. Charity Major. The
sick and those in the armed participants who appeared on their annual Women's Day rector and congregation ex-
which will be held the secondSunday I
services. our program. The amount tend. sincere sympathy to the
raised was $1,938.12. in November. Mrs. Major family in the loss of
Palmore chairman and Mrs. their four
children. w
Mrs, Bernice pear son, t tT
SALTER'S CHAPELRev. raised Ford co-chairman have organized -
having the sum of$177,
the ladies in variousgroups
was crowned Mrs. New Hope, '
H. M.Salmon,pastor and little Leslie Mayfield, j and everyone is busy ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev.
Betty Morant, reporter raising the sum of$58,was 'trying to make this day a suc-
crowned Miss New Hope Jun- 'cess. P.W.Wiggins,pastor
Sunday was the ending of our ior. Congratulations to these Rev. F. A. Allen, presiding LENNETTE PENNINGTON MRS.
women's day drive, which two who happen to be the sister Elder of the Mia m i districtheld The directresses, officers, MORNING SPEAKERThe EVENING EUGENIA SPEAKERthe THOMAS
was a very successful day.We and daughter of yours his last quarter for this and members of the Sunshine
would like to thank our chair- truly. 'conference year. Followingthe Band are planning a programto women will observe day with us and hear these
man co-chairman, mem- Please remember to pray quarterly conference, he be presented at their their Fourth Annual Women's dynamic speakers.Who will be
bers for being so great and for the sick and shut-ins''preached.The Twilight Sunday school on Sun- Day, Sunday, October 29.They crowned Miss or Mrs.Greater
working so attentively, and also everywhere. Stewardess had an inspiring day afternoon, Oct. 29,at 3:00 have chosen as their theme, New Macedonia?
for planning such a wonderful program the fourth p.m. They extend a cordial Invitation "The Influence of a Godly
program. .. Sunday afternoon. to the public. Christian Women inthese Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor
We thank our visiting CENTRAL BAPTIST 1 I ,The Missionary departmentwill There will be a dinner sale Perilous j Times" Services Willie Beard, reporter
friends for Joining*ith us in our The men made a good choice close the month with a well Saturday, Oct. 28, at the home will begin at 9:30.Sunday
Women's }Day program. when they choosed for their I]planned" program on the fifth of Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie school, 11:00 a.m., morning GOODWILL M. B. CHURCHThe
To our guest speaker Mrs. chairman Deacon George :!Sunday/\ Robinson, 1849 NW 45th St. in worship, 3:00 p.m Choir No. church doors
l' Leona Brooks from D e 1 r a y, Smith and co-chairman Dea- Please attend all the weekly behalf of the Jr.Usher Board. One in charge of services, 5:00 open on the hinges of goodwill swing ,
and our night speaker Mrs. con Clarence Johnson. i services especially the official The anniversary program of P.m., B.T.U. hour, the young free transportation for the ;
i Lucille Moore, we would like The men along with the woi I i board meetings this is the Jr. Usher Board will be people will present a panel fortunate Call 696-8794 un-for t
to say thanks, we appreciatethe men expect a good report on where you learn the business held on the second Sunday in discussion entitled "WhyiAraABaptlst."at7OOp.mwe this service. t
work put forth In tills drive. their men's day the fourth Sun-i side of your church.Remember November, at 3:00 p.m. Mrs. Rev. T. R. Harrison min ;
Let us not forget the sick and day in November. our sickshutin and Gladys Robinson is the dlrec- will close out with our evening ister, Lenoa W11llam.report, 1
shut-ins. Rev E. J. Clark, pastor i members tress. worship. com out and enjoy er. t"


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 27, 1967 17 fl

I Baptist Women Quarterly NEW PROVIDENCERev. MT. CALVARY CHRIST THE KING A. 0. JORDAN GROVEThe

C. J. Burney, pastor Rev. S. Atchison, pastor Fr. Stafford Sweeting, priest president, along with

Mission StudyMrs. Arsula Edwards, reporterThe The Willing Workers will The public Is cordially invited the members of the Male Choir
wish to thank each and
celebrate their every-
Ministers and Deacons anniversary on to the following services

Mary 0. Ross, presi- sion" will require mach> time, Union will convene with the Sunday, October 29, at 3:00 on Oct. 29, The Feast of the one for participating on their
dent of the National Baptist thought and prayer. She asked Macedonia Baptist Church, p.m. The speaker of the hour King. anniversary and helping to

Woman's Convention, has senta for the prayers of the entire corner of Power 1 i n e Road will be Mrs. C.J.Burney.Our Celebration.of Divine Liturgy make it a success.
letter to Miss Mine White group, also the ministers,that and Northwest 3rd Street in Thursday night program will at 11 a.m.; Vespers and The entire church is grateful -

reque sting that she writes she would be instructed by a Pompano Beach, Collier City, present the Rev. L. C. Albert. Benediction of the Most Blessed to Rev. A. J. King for de-

three lessons for the"Missions divine providence as "The Fla. Rev. F. W. Wilson, Jr. You are warmly Invited to Sacrament at St. Peter's living our morning message,
and to
Rev,C.Jenkins of Amo-
," which Quarterly Mission" goes into thousandsof is the pastor, Oct. 26th thru come out and enjoy your- Cathe decal at 6:30 p.m. ricus for
Ga., delivering the
Study for the Baptist women. homes and missionary so- Oct. 29th. selves. St. Peter's Cathederal is located
The first issue will appearin cieties. The Junior Mission Depart- The No. One Usher Board is at 1725 NW 3rd Court. evening message.All .
December 1967 and end with ment of this church will cele- sponsoring a state tea,Nov,11 All members are asked to deacons are asked to be

the month of February 1968. brate its anniversary on Sun- in behalf of their anniversary.The make a special offering at present at the Board Meetingthis

Mrs. Ross stated in her letter ST. JAMES AME day, Oct. 29 at 3 p.m. Rev. state with the largest this time. Temporary meet- Friday will night. The Dea-
also
coness meet this Fri-
that she would be pleased if I. S. Clark Jr. will deliver the amount of money will be givena ing place for this congrega- day night.
Miss White would write from Rav. F. E. Sneed, pastor message. The public is invit- trip to Nassau.Anyone wish- tion's regular services is as Visitors
the same subject that she Joseph Marshall,reporter ed. ing to purchase tickets may do follows: 16450 NW 20th Ave. are always wel

spoke on in the National Con- Payer meeting Tuesday, so by contacting Mrs.Eddie L. For further information, come.
To the sick Continue in
vention in Denver, "Christian Mrs. G, Stokeling and Octo- 7:30 p.m. Everyone is invit- King 1331 NW 68th st.Your cooperation please call the priest at 621- :
Social Action." Each study ber-Ites are having a night of ed to attend. will be appreciated.Mrs. 6541. prayer.

will be accompanied by a gamt-s! and fun at the home of Consecration hour of prayer McKinzie would like to

meditation.The Mrs. L. Johnson at 1871 NW 63 will be held each Sunday take this opportunity to thank WOMAN'S DAY AT MT. SINAI METHODIST .

letter was introduced to St., Friday night. morning at 5:00.: everyone for making our pas-

the Baptist Women's Councilby Mrs. Betty Brown, chair- Let us continue in prayer tor's fourth anniversary a All roads will lead to Mt. deliver the morning message

Miss White. To write for man, and Mrs.Doris Williams for the sick and shut-ins and I success. Sinai Methodist Church, Hal- She Is well known for her ..
such a magazine as'The Mis- co-chairman, of Woman's Diy those who are are bereaved. Please pray for the sick and landale, Florida, Rev. W. H. speaking ability I

are having an "all-daybar- Visitors are always wel- the shut-in. Butler, pastor, Sunday, Oct. So come out and enjoy whatwe
B-Q" dinner at Mrs. L. Gar- comed. 29, for the annual Woman's have planned for you.
ST. MARY'S W.. M. rett's home Saturday at 1381 MT. ZION AME Day celebration.The .

On Sunday Oct. 29, the Social NW 38th St. For additional TEMPLE BAPTIST Rev. M. Fayson, pastorWe women have gone all BROWNSVILLE BAPTIST
Saving Club will celebrate xorm tion you may phone C34- out to make this day the best

their anniversary by worshiping 1809. Me tubers of Temple will are rejoicing over the in the church's history.Mrs. Rev. J. E. Wright, pastorC.

at St. Mary's. Congratu- The chairman,and cochairman worship this Sunday at the St. success of our annual Women's 0. H. Henderson will Culpepper, reporterYou
would like to thank all the James Baptist Church where Day. Over thirty-eight
this club.
lations to choirs will all models who performed at the the Ministers and Deacons' hundred dollars was raised, FIRST BAPTISTOF are invited to an Autumn
joint sing
"BanquetFashionFestival"presented Union of Atlantic Coast Bap- and there are still reports to Tea, Sunday, October 29,from
BROWNSVILLERev.
day.To all members of and by the women of St. tist Association is in session be made. The chairman Mrs. 3-6 p.m. Tickets can be purchased -
Way
is ask- James This will benefit Wo- this weekend. Annie Summersett and her ef- W. M Davis, pastor from any member of
Moans: The president men's Day, The women will give a fish- ficient staff members and Donella Turner, reporter the church. Let us rememberthe
to be out Oc-
on Sunday
ing ,
you friends can only say many Thursday October 28 the sick and shut-ins.
The Trustees are having an fry Saturday at the home of ,
tober 29,at 5:00 p.m.Business for a very of all-day "Bar-B-Q' at the Mrs. B. Bryant, 4720 NW 23rd thanks to all who helped to church will be In charge of the
special meeting.
church Parish Hall for orders: Ave. The affair will run from make this a most: successfuland Laymons Movement in the GREATER ISRAEL
.
vital importance.The Phone 691-4212. noon until? complete day in every way. Ministers and Deacons Union

Sunday School will give You are always welcome to The annual Women's Day Special thanks to Mrs which will convene at the New BETHEL

away three prizes on SaturdayDec. the friendly church dinner will be at the home of Grace C. Calloway her fine Hope Baptist Church in Hollywood Rev. P. D. Brantly, pastor
9 first $25 second $15
,
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK Deacon and Mrs. Alfred Dean, and thought provoking ad- October 26 thru 29th. Family worship is the basis
third Donation for this is
$1 for$10.tickets please contactthe During the past week, over 4315 NW 11th Ct.,on Saturday, dress, may God ever bless Nov. 3, the pastor is askingall of the strength of the local
teachers. 3,000 additional American Oct. 28. Serving will begin at her.It members to be present for church. No church is strongerthan
Troops were sent to VietNam noon. Delivery will be made if was indeed a pleasure to general business meeting. its families, therefore,
Sunday, Nov. 12 the church These young men are requested. have Noami Jean home from Sunday, Oct. 29, the No.One Greater Israel family invites
will celebrate Its 44th anniversary
there fighting in order to pre- Women's Day is just two college (Bethune-Cookmin) Choir is sponsoring a Calen- families and friends to come
All members see serve the freedom of we weeks off, and what a day it the daughter of the pastor and dar Tea at the church from 4 and worship together in our
your class leaders for your Americans. Let's be sure to promises to bel! Every loyal Rev. Mrs. Fayson for the oc- to 6 p.m. Donations are 100. special services 11 a.m.and

special 1 envelopes. We are remember each of them in our member has pledged to go all casion. You are invited to attend. 7 p.m.SAMPSON'S .
asking for ten cents a year,total
out to mike this annual affair
daily prayers.
4.40. More about this next
the best ever. Chairman L. M.
week.
We ware happy to see Sister GREATER NEW BETHELRev. Colebrook co-chairman E.
Lord and their coworkerssaid
Elizabeth Mitchell in church. MARKET
Our special prayers go toSis. W. K. Smith, pastor "It can be done. It must
Alice Irving, reporter be done."
Lina Sawyer and Bro.Thomas

Bethel Memorial, both Hospital.Our are.in Jackson cluded The annual successfully Men's Day Sunday con- ST. JOHN AME J 7466 NW 62 ST.

sincere sympathy to night. Deacon Sam Jacksonwas Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor

Bro. Clarence Finlayson and named Mr. Greater New Catherine Willis, reporterA Free
family in the death of his wife, Bethel having raised a total of Delivery 696-5717
dinner sale will begin at
whose funeral will be held at 53225.
the church Saturday, Oct. 28, The men wish to thank the 11 a.m. Saturday, October 28,
at the Parish 6561 SW 59th
and friends for
jt 2:00: p.m. many visitors
Let us continue to pray for helping to mike their day a PI. For home delivery call MO
7-9985. Donation $1.00, spon- BUIThROAU SPECIAL
all our sick and shut-ins. A success.
sored by the ladies of the
card or a telephone call will Special thanks to our guest
church in behalf of their Wo-
let them know that we still speakers, Rev. G. W. Phillipsand
care Rev. A. M.Griffin.Also to men's Day Nov. 12.The president
of the YPDS will be the 2-. BRISKET STEW BEEF
Visitors are always wel- the mile choirs of First Bap-
come at St. Mary's.DRAKEMEMORIAL. tist of Brownsville and Antioch guest speaker, Sunday Mis-
at the 11 a.m.ser-
sionary Day

of You Liberty are City.invited to visit with vice.The Baby contest will ter- 2 PORK CHOPS 3K? EGGS

us, not only on Men's Day,but
minate Nov. 2.The contestantsare

Rev. Jarius Dunn, pastor at Let any us timo.pray for our secre- babies Kinson the,chairman Walker and is askingall Lovett 2LBS.FRESH GROUND BEEF
,
The pastor, officers and tary, Sis. Wilene C. Robinson, numbers to support this
members thank all their and other members who are

friends who helped to mike the sick and shut-in. project. 2 SMOKED SAUSAGE .'.
Youth's Day a success.Regina BOX

Berry wish tot than all who .

gave to help her become"Miss r.... ,i( 'r \c 2- BEEF lVERCHICKEN
Drake Memorial." Mrs. L.E. ...
Thomas was dynamic in her 1.
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address to the youth and gave .' M'' 2 LB= WINGS

them points to help them on 1011
their march for Christ.We '

will have baptism on t.'I I 3 PKGS. fRANKS 4 P r.:.... BISCUITS

Sunday morning at Virginia I

Key. please come out and helpus -
rejoice over our converts. I 3 L. /MEATY NECK BONES

The chairman of Wom'' n's

Day Mrs. D.Mrs.Brown L. Mikell and cochairman ask- J LB. OLEO 2 Loaves King Site' of BREAD

that you circle your calendarfor I THE DAY CARE CENTEROF

Sunday, November 12 and THE CANSSPICED HAM

come out and help us In our BETHLEHEM MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCHIS

second Knowles Women's, Mrs. Clements Day. Mrs.and NOW REGISTERING FALL SESSIONTim. CHILDREN FOR THE 5' :ni RICE 5 POTATOESL

Mrs. E. William are working ,
very hard to become woman .: 7 o.m. until 5 p.m. Mondoy thru Friday.

of the year." F..i $5.00 per w..k. .
Addr...' 420 NW 40th Str..t
.
Mrs. E. William and Mrs.D For further Information call 9.

Brown will have a Fashion 758-3446 OR 758-5921 $tuI ,
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other for the first time. The i
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I co9u 9okuM, G'fawciRg 'BwU 01{ Scotia Jacket bride activities was in envolved Michigan in and school not ,->VENETIAN RAMBLER'S

In a wedding of dignity,ele- present at the time. However,
gance and beauty, Miss JoyceL. the groom seemed at ease and ,.0'$1 3 DAY
Johnson, daughter of Mr he, along with their parents
and Mrs. Frederick Leopold carried on a friendly conver-
Johnson of Miami was marriedto sation before and during din- SALE !
Mr. De otis Tucker of Mi ner. All seemed to have had an
ami. The bride was given in enjoyable afternoon.
marriage by her father, Mr. Among the pre-nuptial din- SUNDAY
OPEN
Frederick Leopold Johnson. ner parties etc. for the couple WITH
The bride, charming In a were: a bridal shower at the M NO CASH DOWN ANY
gown of white peau de sole i L home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl TRADE :
\ moved gracefully down the Weems by Mrs. Keva C.
I aisle of Mount Zion Baptist Weems, Mrs.Barbara B.tay- 'M' NO BANK PAYMENTS i
$ Church for an after noon ritual, lor, Mrs. Dorothy J. Fields
I on Sunday the twenty-fifth of and Mrs Marshal cam bell. ?&M 'TIL DEC. 1967 i
June. The fitted bodice of her
A wedding dinner party was
gown was embellished J with given by Judge and Mrs. JohnD. -m EVERY CAR SLASHED i
silk lace, pearls and rhine- Johnson, uncle and aunt of w

stones, which were repeatedon .. _.a ...r the bride at their home. A re- TO THE WISHBONE!
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her bouffant skirt and the
hersal dinner was given for the Lk1
train, which draped from the quet of roses Other attendantswore sisting 'were Mrs. Gussie wedding party by Mr. and Mrs. i
neckline.! Her waist length veil empire gowns of pink Dobbs, Mrs Alese GUI, Mrs. David H. Dobbs, God-parents, NEW RAMBLERSFROM II
was imported illusion which chiffon t rim m e d at necklineand Elizabeth Pittman. at their home.
draped over a headpiece waist with tiny rosebuds, Limousine Services were The groom was given the 1117
adorned with pearls and rhine- a floor length panel flowed furnished by International traditional compliments by his # i
stones, fashioned from those from the neckline dowa the Airport, assisting with Limousine home town friends.
on her dress and train.A back,they wore matching head- seating etc. were Mr. The new Mrs. Tucker isa INCLUDES FULL FACTORY EQUIPMENT
small exquisite necklace, dress. Each carried bouquet George Harden, Willie Nelson, graduate of Hampton Instituteand '
set with one very, very small of deep and light pink roses. cousins Mr. J. D. McKinnonand is now working as a teacher 1967 AMBASSADOR
pearl complimented the dress, The flower girl, dressed in Larry Bailey. in the Flint, Michigan School 990 ConvertibleFACTORY
which was designed by Alfred pink was Lori LeJune Miller, Out of town guests were: System. The groom is a grad- AIR, power steering, power brakes tilt
Angelo. an Italian. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Will Mrs. Doris Cross, Mrs. Pearl uate of the University of Mia- wheel, push button radio, automatic, appearance A
She carried a white silver H. Miller, the ring bearer, in Sanders, Wilhemina Dennis, mi. He is a teacher and is em- light fjroupi. low
edged bible to which was attached formal cutaway was Robert C. Mrs. Rhetta Lane, all of Albany ployed in Michigan. : ; /551r1
: a bouquet of white bri- Jones, Jr. son of Mr.and Mrs. Ga.; Mr.James R.Jones After a brief honey moon
I dal roses. The bible was a gift Robert C. Jones, Sr. Flint, Michigan; Mr. WilliamH. which began at the Fountain- 1967 AMBASSADOR 990
to the bride. Mrs. Veulah L.Johnson,the Dennis, Brunswick, Ga.; bleau on Miami Beach,followed 2 DOOR HARDTOP, FACTORY AIR, power Mooring, ,
Rev. Edward T.Graham was bride's mother wore a gown of Mrs. Genethel Felton, Clear- with a stay at the New Holiday power brakoi A push button. radio, automatic appearance
the officiating minister, for pink chiffon with all matching water, Fla.; Mrs Ellen Ivy, Inn on Miami Beach and ..,.light. grovpi.u. .II.J '"9
) the double ring ceremony. Mr. accessories. Mrs. Linnie M. and Miss Rhea Morrow,Wash- continued with a trip to Nassaufor Vd Ii I.rs'.-
< Linton C. Berriea presided at Tucker, the groom's mother ington, D. C.; Miss Gwendolyn a week, the couple returned -
} the organ while Mr. Harold wore a gown of pink chiffon Sanders, Spellnun College, to Miami to enjoy a family
Higgs accompanied him wIth' with all matching accessories, Atlanta Ga.; Miss Jacquelyn farewell dinner before goingto
the violin. Additional nuptial both wore white corsages. Sanders, Bethune Cooknun Flint, Michigan. The dinner
music was furnished by All of the mon wore formal College, Daytona Beach. was given by the bride's par-
friends of the family. Mr. cutaways.A A few weeks before the ents; twenty-four, including t l
Arthur King sang"Smiling reception served by Pearl couple's engagement was an- members of both families
Through" and Miss Brendai and Jessie Caterers followedthe mounced, the parents of the were invited, all attended.
Beneby sang "I Love You wedding at the home of the bride Invited the groom and his The wedding was directed by BE lHIiOltOliM) : ltSlf
{ Truly" anc1 "The Lords Prayer. bride. Mrs.Dorothy Ellen Jenkins parents for dinner.The occasion Mrs. Dorothy M a x w e 11,for-
N.EV15th ST-FH 74831
." Fields was in charge of was a memorlable one as merly an English teacher at 545
Attending the bride was her gifts assisted by Miss Rhoda it gave the parents an oppor- Miami Northwestern High
sister, Matron of honor, Mrs. Morrow, Washington, D. C. tunity to meet and greet each School and presently teachingat
Betty L. Johnson Jones,spec- both cousins of the bride Mrs. Hialeah Senior High School.
ialist in reading in the Michigan Joyce Bradshaw of Miami and
School System. Maid of Miss Diane Bradley from I

honor Miss Gertrude Dennis, Washington, D, C, presided i
Senior at Tennessee State College over the guest book. Mrs.
Brides ma ids were: Miss Ltmmie Mitchell and Mrs.
Donna V. Morrow of Washington Edna Daveaux,Miami,presided s
D. C.anda Junior at Paine at the punch bowls.Assist-
College, cousin Miss Hes- ing were Dr. Samuel H, John-
terine Pittman of Miami, anda son, Dr.James! K.Johnson,
teacher in the Public School Judge John D. Johnson, Atty .
System, Miss Arneta Hawkins Leo Adderly, Mesdames .
presently teaching in Ft. Johnalie D. Johnson, Elaine J. r ,. ;"
Lauderdale. Adderly, Roberta Thompson,
William Tucker of Miami, Fannie M. Johnson, Celia --
brother of the groom was the Johnson, Doris Harden,Gloria REV.
best man and is presently em Nelson, Ruby Scott, all relatives LENA MAE ROSS
ployed atNatlonal Airlines. of the bride. Others as- from Savannah, Ga.World's .
Ushers included Mr. Robert
best known
Tucker, brother of the groom
from Germany and returned to LAST WEEKIN yet Spiritual Advisorand
the armed forces inGermany.Mr. MIAMI Helper I in all
David H. Dobbs, Jr. from MRS. LUCY SILER walks and points of
Miami, and a graduate of Central Your spiritual advisor life, will be here in

State College, Mr.Howard fromBrooklyn Miami, Friday, No.v
from Miami Senior
Garey, a
at Morehouse College. Mr. New York 3 to serve you dailyat
Bernard Thomas of Miami, With financial and this address until Emmanuel Churchof

i presently in the Public School ,spiritual blessings. further notice:
I I System In Ft. Lauderdale. Problems solved with 6320 NW 4th Avenue theiNazarene
The Matron of honor worea one visit. Pleasedon't Stop cryingnowl Don't ,
rose empire chiffon dress let this
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bedecked at neckline and empire opportunity weep nor mourn. One
style waist with designsof pass you by. visit to Rev. Lena
tiny rosebuds,a floor length Last Week: Mae Ross will prove
pannel flowed down her back Oct. 2729at more love, better
from the neckline; the match- : looks, health, wealth, 7940 N.W. 15th Avenue
ing headdress was trimmed: 4744 NW 16th Avenue wisdom and content-
with flowers and blend-
was
a
Ing asset, she carried a bou Phone: 634-7280 ment. 9 uU a you to ottwi tkw 4UUiu4


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through God that I can remove oil evil conditions, some questions you may
wish to know Do you need money? Is my sickness natural? Can my husband Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.
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MID-WEEK BIBLE CLASS & PRAYER SERVICES WED. 7:00 P.M.
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday Ocv27, 1967 19 1

,, Pompano Beach, Florida and
'f \ t "
"I ;r y .:'. Mr. Ira T. Simmons Jr. of
About .,
i Hollywood, Florida. Her

', ,)< ',.. grandparents are Mr. and
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., i Mrs. James Butler of Deer-
Talk '''( 1,, ,"" field Beach, Florida. Lt.
;F; >1ibI' \
Thornton Is the son of Mr.
BY JIMMY "SC OP" BETHEL { and Mrs.Sherman L. Thornton
E .w of Erie, Pennsylvania
YOUR REPORTER.- Jimmie(Scoop) Bethel motored Into ,C
The bride-elect a graduateof
Miami late Monday night, Oct. 23. Enroute, I nude a check I r ,
Howard In Wash-
University
I
Sunday on the great Vietnam protest march on Washington,
D. C. Is presently em-
ington,
,
D. C., about 25,000 demonstrators A stop-over in Jacksonville -
Florida. ployed as a lecturer in the
English Department at Ohio
State University at Columbus,
.M./I. .a: Ohio. Her fiance was gradu-

r G A December 2 wedding In ated from Pennsylvania State
Columbus Ohio Is University at University park
r planned by
Miss Hortense Eloise Sim- Pennsylvania. A navigator in
:tI mons and Lt. Arthur Everett the U. S. Air Force, he is stationed -
Thornton. She is the daughterof at Lockbourne AFB,4
Mrs. Thomas McMillon of Air Base.

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WILLIAM LYDIA SANDRABIG [Make 'Your: Plans ".NowfAttend t ;Tot. '
WILLIAM DeVAUGHN .
JAX'S SWEET
MAN OF
THE "
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WEEK.William DeVaughn Sweet, 1475 West 8th St., is own- lf' ,'1'::"'\, '' A G'aN' I' ."
er of the Jacksonville Telegraph printing Co. He's principalof I" \ "' ;'' f ,.'r... ,' .
'
,
Stanton Vocational High School, 521 West Ashley, vice- ;; ft t; -
president of the Richardson Heights Housing Project Corp., .
and president of the Cherokee District Boy Scouts.W. D. stu- .... Kickoff For
died at Florida A & M and Atlanta Universities; also at NYC Mr. and Mrs. Samiel Grif- Miami Northwestern Senior Rally
College. He received honorary degrees from Edwaters Col- fin of 7501 NW 14th Court an- High School. Aurora attended
lege and Monrovia College. Sweet's wife is the former Lydia nounce the engagement of their Flsk University and is now RANGE
Hart, also a teacher of the fourth grade.They have two sons daughter, Aurora Acqulena to employed as a Rating Clerkat
William Jr., seven, and Dwaine, six. Seaman Second Class George Western Union. Mr.Russell
MIAMI'S ROUND ABOUT TALK. Eugene and Emma Jean Edward Russell, son of Mr. in active duty for the U. S. V ',:, ." ,. 'G4i lf k', J.", ,
Rolle's new baby born at Doctors Hospital Sunday, Oct. 22 (7 and Mrs. Mose Russell of 1510 Navy.A )v" i; 1, ; r '

pounds 5 ounces) Mollie Beal (Alma's sister) sick. Senda NW 75th Street. W .es"ay Hov.mber8:
get-well card or stop by. Erwin and Ruth Harris, 3355 Mr. Russell and Miss Grif- February wedding is plan-
NW 213th Ter. expecting a January Stork visit. Mr. Jimmie fin are both 1962 graduates of ned. H\'iW \ \.; ,
16101 Bunche Park East Drive returned from l I PMFIREMAN'S /l. '"
Lyons, an extended .\ # '" '"
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visit to Nassau, Bahamas, last week. The William
(Billie) Bethels(she is the former Arleen Bailey) moved into
their new home at 17801 NW 28th Ct. All the fine looking CENTERVILLA HALL
babes working at the Sunland Training Center, 2000 NW 47th KINDERGARTEN
Ave. Mrs. Gloria Williams, Barbara Bonom,Annette Holiday, 5861 NW 17th AVENUE 2980 NW So River Drive
Flora Malchett, Lucille Price, and all .. watch for an "Open
House date dedication"New Bldg.extension. Emily Thompson CERTIFIED PERSONNELHOT I. '*. ,' TiI.: / LET'S ALL HOHO R ,..\.. ,, ."t', .lA
is in Miami. LUNCHES ">j,. '
COMJUSSIONIR RANGE
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SANDRA HEASTIE. -A Nassau, Bahamas delight. She's PICK-UP SERVICE t} :
pretty and nineteen and likes Eddy Bethel, "Sam and Dave" REGISTER NOW "t* "" '' ,,'. FOR INFORMATION! 'hI..; I,: j ,
(Soul Man) records. Hobby sewing; likes pretty clothes.Scoop :., HEADQUARTERS, ,,. ',
Bethel will C-U-NX-WK. 691-7796 OR 6963302Mrs.

R. E. Copeland, Su|>. L 6930441QUALITY

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1 v. BY TONI SMILEY announce the marriage of their
.f I daughter Jennette, to Mr.JohnM.
Cohen,United States Air
The Elks Lodge of Fort Lauderdale will host the Gospel Jazz Force, son of Mrs. Dorothy
Singers on Friday night, October 27, beginning at 10:00: p.m Cohen, 2320 NW 74th Terrace.
On Saturday night, October 28, the Venus Club will sponsor a The wedding will take place
Pre-Halloween Ball also beginning atlOOOp.m Sunday after- Sunday, December 3.
noon, October 29 the American Woodman will present a Fash-
ion Show beginning at 500; p.m.
All Swingers looking forward to an affair of the season, haveto Carver
look no further! The Alumni Chapter the Omega phi Psi
Fraternity is sponsoring a dance on November 17 at the Galt .
11
Ocean Mile Hotel with Count Basie and his Orchestra providingthe Ranches
entertainment.The 1
Community Service Council's luncheon this month is News
scheduled for Tuesday, October 31, at 12:00 noon at Saint
Clair's Cafeteria, opposite Sears Town,Fort Lauderdale.The .By Walter BowtThe
purpose is to discuss the program recently formulated by the
Comm mfty Service Council's Interagency committee in co- Home Mission Societyof
operation with the Junior College of Broward County and Barry New Macedonia,will hold
College. its 14th anniversary on Sunday
After many months of w o r k on the Halfway House at the Oct. 29. Morning service at
Farm Labor Camp In pompano Beach, dedication will be held 11 a.m. and Evening servicesat
on Sunday, November 19,at 3:00p.m.All are Invited to attend.If 3 p.m. There will be plentyof SEAFOOD CENTER
you are planning to send a Christmas gift to a fighting man refreshments. The public is
in Vietnam these packages should be In the mill by November invited.
11th Employees have been added to the following agenciesin The Gay Ladies Club of West
Broward County n The Heart Association; Jane Hoffman, Hollywood thank alltheclubsin 5759 NW 27th Ave.
Heart Sunday Coordinator and Viola Kearns, Apartment Divi- Broward for such a wonderxul -
sion Coordinator ..At the Easter Seal Clinic Peggy Ramsey, turn-out on last Sunday at
Chief Physical Therapist; John Trowbridge,Supervisor of occupational their 7th anniversary dance at
Therapy; Robert Adelnun, Supervisor of Speech the Elks Club in Ft.Lauder-. 6354794It's

Therapy; and Dr. Pedro Arroyo, physical Medical and Reha- dale.Post
bilitation Consultant. No.8195 of West Holly
Why are you being asked to give your Fair Share to the Unit wood will hold its Bingo,game
ed Fund of B row a r d County? The answer is simple. A Fair this Friday night Oct. 27, at
Share is a suggested scale of giving,based on Income. Its pur- 9 p.m. Come and enjoy
pose is not to tell the giver how mach to give, but to tell him a great pleasure to serve you.
how others in his salary range are giving. It answers the inevitable $500 Down
question; How much should I giva?The Fair Share qualifying or closing cost
Plan is based on studies by citizens and research groups of 1457 NW 50th Strttt Come to see me.
local giving patterns. The plan covers both hourly related per- Lovely CBS, Vacant.
sonnel as well as individuals who receive an annual salary. $400 Down
This plan has been endorsed management and labor throughout $98 Month Pays All You will Merchandise
the country as a fair and adequate way for citizens to giveto No closing costs get Quality ,
their united funds. Thoughtful, Fair Share giving mikes it 8720 NW 14th Avenue
possible for an individual to mike one gift, just once a year, Nice CBS on large cor. lot.lOOOdownNoQualifying.
which will be adequate to meet the needs of the 37 agencies $1 and Always Service With a Smile.
participating in our United Fund Campaign. 1115 NW 38th Street
4 bedrooms, furn. home.
the president, Hurryl! This will sell
BEAUTY SHOP OWNERS fashion show to LeonRound
Attention' all shopowner Mrs. Addle Williams, at 2488 fut.CALL JOAN 693-2577
NW 54th St., or call 634-9349.
guild mrn:>ers. Please send ALLAPATTAHREALTY
the nam?s of your models or No later than noon Saturday, Realtors 633-0426
anyone participating in our Oct. 29.




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DADE COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORY I




ACCOUNTANTSS. LOUNGES ACCOUNTANTSE.
L. McNEAL EARL'S ZEBRA LOUNGE THE MANY BUSINESSES AND SERVICES OFFERED BY OUR BUSINESS COMMUNITYWILL
Bookkeeping & Tax Service 4400 NW 7th Avenue 0. CU LME R BE LISTED BY CLASSIFICATION EVERY WEEK FOR AS LITTLE AS $5.00 PER
1730 NW 57th Street Earl Edwards, Prop. Public Accountant MONTH(3( month minimum controct)FOR A THREE LINE LISTING.ADDITIONAL LINES

691.2114BARBER SHADDIE'STAVERN Income Tax Notary WILL COST SI.00 MORE PER MONTH.LARGER SPACES MAY ALSO BE CONTRACTEDFOR
Phone 633-3735
SHOPS 6800 NW 15th Avenue AT $1.75 PER COLUMN INCH.
Live Entertainment Weekend 5264 N W 24th Avenue

BASSMAN BARBER SHOP your
\ 4580 NW 22nd Avenue RECORD SHOPS You can \h' ,_ ,
John Hoskins, Jr., Prop. REAL ESTATE \like this '
I UNITED RECORD CENTER business U1W iJIlln 1\\ W
CARLTON 1262 NW 32nd REALTY Street 6265 NW 7th Avenue :: : :falm\ <<; .

\ DRESS SHOPS 635-3177 Latest Hit Records & LPs (tor on\1"\ I I .
PATRICIA'S INC. UPHOLSTERYAL'S
LIFE THE MIAMI TIMES
5843 NW 696.3515 17th Avenue 4932 NW REALTY 7th Avenue UPHOLSTERY per month I S30 NW IS* AVENUE
PL 9-4371 5509 NW 7th Avenue MIAMI !FLORIDA, 33147.

LORY'S FASHION SHOPS "See our ad on page 22" 759-8907 I
6112 NW 7th Avenue PI.osest/ my business; in your Dad County Business Directoryand ,
Martin W. Smith AFRO.BAHAMIANIMPORT.EX ,
BROWN REALTY bill me monthly.
4740 NW 7th Avenue FORT CORP. I
FUNERAL HOMES 754.0655 871 NW 7th St. Box 1119 NAME Of BUSINESS
RAHMINGS EVERGREEN Hallandale Fla. $AR8ER 51tOh I
Phone 927t 1927 ADDRESS 0' BUSINESS
1744 MORTUARY NW 3rd Avenue Percy Hepburn q M.inl.2)4 I
.... 371-8343 SHOE REPAIR %t i1t PHONE OR PROPRIETOR'S NAME
i"<
I
RANGE FUNERAL HOME JOHNSON & SONS Fwh additional IiROtV
5770 NW 17th Avenue SHOE SHOP 11.00 per month \811
691.4343MANKERMILTON 6570 NW 15th Avenue Illllllflt Ilfilllfle ililllfilt _
6919850

6701 NW 691.9151 15th Avenue t For additional information Call 6910421SAVE

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BILLY
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4' 696.0862 EARL CARROLL House ofPhotography So One Refused **'1101 NW 3rd AVENUE 313-1264
PHOTOGRAPHYJOHNSON can get you GOOD DRIVERSNo
IMMEDIATEAUTO Finance Chargeas Economy Drugs #2

OF MIAMI INSURANCE little at 5120 NW nth AVENUE 696-2421
1186 NW 38th Street
S. -. 4930 NW 7th Avenue '
J'I 635-4748 IS0DOWN
IMMEDIATE 757-7741 Community Drugs
AT SHELL'S CITY
SR-22 FILINGS 6150 NW 15th AVENUE 691.6651
(South Door)
pew AFLORIST Small Down PaymentsLow SpecialBUY W* carry everything a good Drug Store should carry*
PLAZA INSURANCE And Mortlf!
'ort4&GIrT IIQMiami. Monthly Payments I ((8x10) PHOTOIN AGENCY Samuel Johnson & Joseph Poltier
EARL CARROLL Registered Pharmaciiti, Owner
LIVING COLOR
V Phone 754.4951
:
Ins..Agency of Flo.
5941 NW 7th Avenue
GET ONEFREE
4602 NW 7th AVENUE 758-41311
4310 N.C.7th Avenu.Mlemi. 03Jack's Pll /
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All types of body work, STALLED REPAIRED
welding car waxing AL'S UPHOLSTERYDECORATORS
ad worth $5.00 MODEL 11P50A WITH
This on
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Kellam's Auto EARPHONE Antique Modern

FURNITURE UPHOLSTERING
Paint & RefinishedNO
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Have The Miami Times CHARGE FOR ESTIMATES
$5.00
Body Shop delivered to your house by WORK CALLED FOR OR DELIVEREDAL

moil every week for only POMADE TRESVANT, Prop.
1495 NW 32nd AVENUE "HAIR
$5.00 per year Hair PHONE: 159-8901 5509 NW 7th AVE.
Keeps
PHONE: 693-0097 DOWN
Neat andIVeJfGroomed


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MEN'S WEAR New, Improved MURRAY'S Hair Call
Dreuini Pomade works wonders on
kinky, ard-to-manage hair. AppliedIn SR-22 Filing
I SEE "MR. JACK"FOR the morning, hair keep that Just
combed" look Get all toy...Sathtactlon, 373- 971 Don't be fooled by low down payment for applications
l1 J guaranteed. .er. We have
HURRAY'S to.day. which do not give you Insurance coverage.
STYLES FOR ALL AGES On sale at been In business for two generations and take pridein
Latest in Men's Fashions drug and cosmetq..n NO CREDIT REDD' it servicing our customers with honest explanationsand
The
Very is counters -
everywhere
(; '-' A y honest answers. We insure you with companies
SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS MtrpRAr'a W.T. WELLS COMPAN that give you the lowest possible rates.
J LARGE SIZE sac I MU RAO
? LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS
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SMALL SIZE 250
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: a 944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI, FLORIDA MURRAY'S SUPERIOR PRODUCTS CO. Miami, Florida 33132 2688 NW 62nd ST. OX 1-0380
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with Bethune Stops Alabama 29-20;

Spearing ........


t Play South Carolina Sat. j


i The Bethune-Cookman Col- passed to Cooper for 19 yards Jackson passed to Maurice Journey to Orangeburg to takeon

{ lege Wildcat re lIl\in: unde- and the Floridians' final Coleman on a 81-yardscorlng the South Carolina State
h I feated with a 29-20 win over touchdown. Haywood kicked it play for A&M's final points. Bulldogs of South Carolina,

BY HARRY SPEAR SIAC Conference defending to 29-14. The B-CC Wildcats will Saturday, October 28.
champions Alabama A & M in

DOLPHINS IDLE THIS WEEK Huntsville, Saturday.The .
Wildcats took a com
This rest might do them some good. It will enable some of manding 22-6 lead in the first
their Injured players to return to action and be of help, which quarter, then added seven
they no doubt need. more points in the 4th quarter.
The first quarter against the Jets last Sunday ruined them. C l e w i s Wright passed to
Scoring 24 points, the last three quarters they only scored 9 Samuel Cooper on a 40-yard
points. Whereas the Dolphins came to life, scoring 14 points scoring play with 13:08 left in
after Bob Griese returned to action at the last half of the game the first quarter to get the
and carried the Dolphins back to life, which gave the crowd visitors going.
something to get excited about. They looked like the old Dol- Later, Bethune-Cookmin
phines once again. We can't say Rick Norton did a bad Job nei- got a safety when William
ther when his receivers couldn't hold onto the ball. These Sanders was tackled In the end
things happen at times. The team is on the road for the next zone.

three weeks and will play some tough games.They will return The Bulldogs roared back
Nov. 26 and play Buffalo. Therefore we will have to sit back and quarterback Onree Jack-

and hope for the best. This is all I am going to mention until son capped a drive with a one- 4 -
further results. yard run. The extra point kick r +

KEEP WATCHING MY SELECTIONSWhen failed ;
Minutes i later, Anthony V1
the computer ran out the totals on the three qualifying
Grisby scored for Bethune-
rounds of Flagler's $20,000 Kennel Medley ChampionshipStake
Cookman on an 80-yard run.
there at the top again was the familiar figure of F. B. The Florida team added another -

(Happy) Stutz. touchdown before the Ij I
With a little sleight-of-hand or master manipulating here j II
quarter ended, Allan Wilson I
and there, Happy has won the Medley when he wasn't supposedto 8
going one yard.Haywood kick-
for the last two .
years running.But
ed the extra point and it was
itnny take the best Stutz miracle yet to pull the $10,000top 226.
prize out of the hat for the third straight time in the finals
In the second quarter,Jack-
coming up this Saturday night (Oct. 28)). son scored on an eightyardrun Lee Elder Qualifies For PGA Golf Tour I
The competition is awful keen as the qualifying scores in- and then passed to San-
dicate. Stuts topped the list with 87 points.R. K. (Ken) Hutch- ders for a two-point concer-
ings came second with 85, followed by 0. K, Duke, Jr., with 80 sion, cutting the lead to 22-14. Golfers were in West Palm to play the one Million Dollar The top 30 low scores after
and Blair Bros with 78. There was no scoring in the Beach recently attending the Golf Tour. Of the 112 partici- 144 holes of golf were given
That's a d I It ere n c e of only nine points between first and third quarter.The PGA Golf School of qualify fora pants, only 30 were able to cards. The one Negro who
fourth place. Other qualifiers and their point totals were Jor- fourth quarter, Wright playing card of certification quality for the PGA Card. qualified was Robert(Lee)Elder -

dan with 72, Ray Randle 66,J.W.(Bill) Ewalt, 64, and George Washington, D. C., five-
Fulton 62.Hottest. time Negro Golf Champion and
Kennel in the last twoofthethree qualifying roundswas North-South Champion. Elder
the Blair Brothers, who moved from next to last after the scored 586 for 8 rounds of golf.
opening round, to fourth place in the final rundown. He was among the top 15 to
This was due largely tothe addition of one Texas Bum to the qualify on one of the toughest
kennel lineup. The Bum was a winner in both of his 5/16ths courses in the world, the East
tests for the Blair team. Course. Gibby Gilbert was

The kennel owner most envied as the medley moves into the second with 573.

finals is Ray Randle, who has a right capable substitute coming iri Shown in thepicture, left to
in bolster his team for the final run at the big money Saturday right, are: William(Bill)Spiller -

er A 1 /1! Los Angeles, Calif.;Cur-
Copier is expected to take over the Flager course leg for tis Sifford, L. A.(Char lies tf-

the Ray Randle team Saturday, with Discreetly dropping backto ,, t f ford's nephew); Lee Elder,
the 5/16ths course to replace Miss Imformed. t r
''ilz James Walker, L. A. and New
HARRY'S HOT DOGS: York City, and Ray Faulk, also -
Go Dottie This one with mustard. of L. A.
Dacosta. Mustard and relish with this one.ScotstoWD. The other four Negroes
He's a dropdown. Should hit shortly. played excellently but not well
Cotton Ted. Catch him on the Flagler Course. enough; to offset 15 of the
Epigram. Overdue. But wait for Inside post. world's greatest amateur golf
VP's Nanie Latch on, soon as she drops back to C. stars, who are members of the
Battle Crest. Should score soon. -. 1 Walker Cup Team who happened -

Crosby's Discovery. Wait for next marathon assignment.BW's '" to turn professional at the
,'.\ ,. '0" 1 1r
Boomer. Due to boom again any time. \'It.: /' < Y'r Jl\t."' "Witt. : 'i'-U it: -....... time all the players entered.To .
.. .. .... .; @l1.]. ,_.,, ... ,
Safety Blitz To hit night. T. : : .Ld. ;' ;: I h(;'':: 1i-i .n'tr'Jl'MW! get on the Televised Toura
any M i: t :Ao;.} !II1foF """,, .ti
I have had nothing but winners. player must have a PGA
FAMU ALL-AMERICAS RETURN FOR HOMECOMING Twelve former Florida card. Ninety two others failed
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALLLast A&M University football stars who earned All-America honors during their playing to qualify.

week I wrote about Coral Gables should be recognized as days at FAMU returned to their alma mater for the Rattlers' homecoming tilt against The golfers were entertained -

the top team among the high schools.Well,this week the num- Morris Brown College recently. Seated, left to right, ore: Leo T. Harrison Phenix, by John Stevens, president
ber one, after the drubbing Nick Koty's boys gave Palmetto, City, Ala. Macon Williams; Tallahassee;James W. Everett, Miami; Howard C. Gen- of the local golf club, and Jim

34-0, you can see why they are No.One. Trazz Powell's Mays try, Nashville, Tem.; Clarence DeVolt/ Pensacola/ ; and Thomas Jones, Miami. Stand- Simpson, formerly of Akron,
had a right game defeating W. P. Roosevelt 20-19. North- ing, left to right, are: Samuel T. Marshall, Riviera Beach; AI Frazier, FAMU: Alkin
western pushed across two touchdowns Thursday to break a Hepburn, Miami; Bernard Ingraham, Miami; James Moore, Palatka; and Jim Tullis, Ohio.TOOTHACHE
6-6 tie and defeat Orlando Jones 19-6.South Broward shut Edi- Miami. FAMU staff photo by Ernest Flllyau.

son out 7-0. Miami High also shut undefeated South Westernout N b NfW N.i1 I $SS S pf 41.IM
South Dade won Classic Comittee Headed by Kirk totN Mtk MA-MI iM***""** tanwM
13-6. .
20-0. Carol City won over Hialeah MM H m*. ....>Hliil .
33-26. Miami ..aw ..W.u H. b.s ..
over McArthur 27-6. Central over Coral Park "We try to pick the best its best game, and then we try ,-.-.....
all these lit
Beach won its first game over Key West 21-14. When Governor Claude R. Kirk Jr. ,...
teams come right down the wire, the game that will be worth- has accepted the honorary team available as our opponentand to have a good" enough team to ore-je1.'-=.'J
try to make that team play beat them. said Dr. Gore.
rivals should of the
while seeing is the Stings and Gables. These old chairmanship Orange
give plenty of action. Blossom Classic and Festival !
Com:atttee and has declaredthat

U., OF MIAMI NOTESThis he wants a seat on the t
bench of the Florida A&M Uni-
week the University of Miami plays the tough Auburn

team which is 4-1 for the season and come here with a 34- versity In a Rattlers.visit to the Rattlers'practice
doesn't look bad on paper. Then
point scoring average. This session recently, the
take again Miami's last three games,especially the route over Governor told the Rattlers "I '
Afternoon and i
Pitt, 58-0. This will be a different game entirely. want a seat with you on your ., Night

bench when you play in the

THE KIWANIS CLUB PRESENTSFlorida Orange Blossom Classic in M -" EachSaturday
vs Miami Freshman Football Classic Fridaynight, the Orange Bowl in Miami." Racing

Nov. 3, at Orange Bowl. The University of Miami, prizes, Boy The 35th annual Orange
Scouts, halftime circus, charity game.Tickets purchased from Blossom Classic, which
any Kiwanian, or the University of Miami ticket office. FAMU sponsors and always
the host team, will be played
BOXING SHOW Saturday, Dec. 2, at 8 p.m. w
plans are already under way I Post Time 1:45 and b P >
Boxing promoter Chris Dundee calls on the popular heavy p.m. p.m. E
Tq
to have a gala weekend of festivities -
card this com- AHD
Halloween night fight
weight division to top a for the thousands of MNai
$
ing Tuesday at Miami BeacbAuditorium as Tony Ventura faces
to into Mia-
fans expected pour
Billy Tiger in the featured 10-rounder. .
mi for the annual event.
Both Ventura and Tiger fight out of Miami and were seen The OBC Committee will
at the Auditorium last in winning starts. The 25-year-old
for the
announce an apponent
Ventura out of Buffalo stopped Houston
who formerly fought
Rattlers early in November,
10. It was
sixth-roundofascheduled
heavy Mike Lanum in the
reported Dr George W.Gore,
the eighth victory in 11 bouts and
hard-hitting heavyweight's
Jr. chairman of the committeeand
his his ring career here last
resuming
fifth knockout since
president of Florida A&M,
winter.



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,"'I' .!\ '' NEED A JOB START WORK TODAYI!

NOW 2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

,'" COOKS BUSBOYS \, "',f", ,
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fi DISHWASHERS PORTERSGAS ;
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-i; 714 NW 62nd Street 758-7663 SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

534 N. Miami Avenue 379-8382 300 NW 53rd St.Beautiful2 bedroom,2 bath home.

., Fla room, carport, jalousie windows
oil heat, stove, air cond., FHA price $14,000$45bdown
$86.91 month. See this Beauty

Homes For Sale SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTSfmodernskltchen '

M $300. Down $95 Month Love ,,;3x e room Y ,>CBSirn ,Opa--locks, Til. roof,
'Includes Taxes and Insurance ,' large bedroom jalousie 'w n
Near'ichooLbus'sr -
NTOIorge.lot., ; Botga -
,
3 bedroom, 2 bath beauty lf>f$12,500$400 dawn and $77.6 lfmo FHA

Carport, just painted. Many other extras. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

\ ; :, Neat 2 bedroom CBS large Fla room, tile roof,
EUGENE KEMP
ASK FOR city water and also pump and well for your yard,
Ait Daytime 635-4595 stove, refrigerator, air conditioner. Bargain at
Nite time 691.0789 $9,600, $300 down and $59.65 month, FHA.


THE, CO-OPERATIVE SOCIAL CLUB PRESENTS ,SELLER ,PAYS, ALL CLOSING COSTS ;
FORD
REALTYINC. Broker
2400'HW 98th RSt. Lik knew 2bedroomdCBS, Flo
Miss Martha Williams as their song stylist of the evening
at the Continental Club, Sunday Oct.'29, from 6 to 9:30 p.m. 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635.4595 room; 'large corner UrnHleiTooffeshl; .palnted
Miss Williams newest wardrobe is a must see. aside and out: FHAyBargo4ie a $11,5with$350down ,
$11'52' atonth ,Vacagt. Wehave, keys.


SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
UNIVERSAL REAL ESTATE
INC. 2355 NW 89th St. Lovely 3 bedroom CBS. Jalousie -
t1 [ CARLTON'REALTY windows, awnings, stove, refrig.,2 air conds.
Realtors
Large water and well for yard. FHA bar
2 bedroom CBS, comer, nice neighborhood, gain, $11,80 $400 down, $78.24 month. Vacant.

FHA terms, 8901 tfW' 19th Ave. Call to see. ....,.. .T 3" .""" "W'" ;' ,
ISELLER PAYS'ALL CLOSING COSTS!',
3 bedroom CBS, like new, only $300 down (BROKER) 11566NE. ; 153rd 'T.ro.r.tty; ../ "WroomjCBs1

with one mortgage. Mortgage. payment only Jh t WoshlngtoiParluJlleAroof}, ,,owning'windows,
$55.16 month. ,, 635-3177 (hardwood ;floo""' ,Will make (like' ncwFHA, nar..
gala)+ ($10,000$300down,'$62.22, MOY. 2 bedroom He Serves Miami I ij"i::.': ':':, VI' i., -:-:. :f"" ". ''fJ ''
CBS, price reduced to $10,000with
bank terms, 2258 NW 78th Street. FHA CBS 2 bdrm., 1 bath, screened porch, SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
,, carport, $10,000, $300 down. $62.22 month.
Beautiful bedroom CBS in Washington Pork a re a
2 bedroom CBS, very large house with extra FHA CBS 3 bdrm, IK bath, tile roof, terr. on NE 151st Terrace. Carport, terrazzo floors,
lot. Fenced yard, sunken Fla room, carport flr.s, fenced. $12,900, $400 down, $80.18 month. jalousie windows, front porch, fenced yard. FHA
and breezeway. Price $17,000 FHA, 2034 price $12,900, $400 down and $80.18 month.
NW 93rd Street.3'bedroomCBS. FHA CBS Live Rent Free. Duplex Beauty.
$100 mo. income. 2 bdrms, 2 baths each side. 1' 1 (SELLER' 'PAYS f ALL'CLOSINQ' 'COSTS' ]

: large Fla room, built-in kit.chen Will go Fast!! $17,000, $700 down, $104.55 mo. I'2020 A NW',98th" StR Modern1duplez''on. l lai9e! lot,

,. very large lot, separate garage, FHA VALUABLE PROPERTY & LOCATION home 'Jalousie;" \windows, freshly painted' 'l insidefaiTdFont.FHA '''' i M
terms.Call to see this beauty,2005 NW 93rd and money-maker. Opprotunity. Must see.3 bdrms, bargain 0$11,000tilth $350* downS i
Street. Fla room, cpt. CBS. $15,500. $2,000 down.$100mo. S|fand $73.0911I0, Live Freel Vacant. We have. keys tt? ?WS>

.
WE ARE OPEN DAILY, INCLUDING SUNDAY NO QUALIFYING 4 bdrm, 1 bath, tile roof, SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
.,'r firs Modern 2 bedroom CBS in Opa-locko. Awning
Terr
CBS fenced. $11,500. $1500 down.
Universal Real (1 $96.50 pays all. windows, gravel roof, large rooms large yard,
and well for lawn
city water stove and refrigerator. -
,: NO QUALIFYING 3 bdrm, 2 bath, almost new, FHA price $10,500$350 down. $65.11 month.
Estate, Inc. ": .! Beauty. $17,900, $2,000 down, $135 mo.pays all. Vacant. We have keys.

4600 NW 7th Ave. ,, : VETERANS & DISPLACED PERSONS $100 DOWN :7' SELLER PAYS ALL'CLOSING. COSTST!;:'H|
'' '
',;Modern 4 bedroom, 2' bath, CBS in Opa-lockaui!4f
751-8642 ; Freshly painted inside and out. Jalousie', wing' .,
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Sonny Wright ',dows, awning Large fenced yard. FHA,, bargain{ "'I' *:
Buy A House Today at $12,500, $400 down and, $77.61 month.
:,W. hove keys. ., '. I Vacant\
((1)) Duplex. 1453 NW 30th St. $500 down.
$95 month. NO RED TAPE NO QUALIFYINGModern

3 bedroom CBS, large lot, jalousie win-
dows, stove, refrigerator, air cond., ultra modern
((2)) Duplex. Brand new. 2345 NW 65th St. kitchen fenced
large Price
yard. $12,000$1,000
Kin Realty Inc.of $1,000 down. down and $85 month. Move right 'inlNO
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((3)) 3850 NW 170th St. 3 bedroom house. '<:.; :,QUALIFYING-NO( '.RED.TAPE: ;...:,;:
Miami Realtors '$300 down. .rl"3 bedroom CBS 'In beautiful new ar.a i
4 ; IMo .,, air conditioners wall, to wall carpeting; ),
((4)) 1917 NW 152nd Terr. 2 bedroom house. I
:.a) $12,000 with $1,000, down and take''!

$250 down. [ FHA.payments of $82 month, pays,all I ,....;q$

6401 NW MIAMI AVENUE ((5)) 1420 NW 73rd St.3 bedroom, 2 bath home.

3 bedroom, 2 bath, corner property, built-in stove $1,000 down. FIND SECURITY WITH INCOME PROPERTIESWe
and refrigerator. have a few 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 on it apartment

1947 NW 03: STREET ((6)) 3401 NW 178th St. $600 down. $96 mo. down.buildings Live that free you in con one buy apartment with as and little collect as $1,500 income

Extra large corner, 2 bedroom, huge Fla room, No qualifying. from the others. No red tape. Move right In.ry .
carport, $450 down FHA. Vets $100 down.
((7)) 3274 NW 68th St. $100 down. $20 wk.

CRAVERA LAKES AREA -- NAVE MRNY Me RE $ MES.-=
Pool house. 3 bedrooms. Beautiful. FHA ((8)) 5430 NW 15th 4 '
terml. Ave. $12,000 down. 2
ANY
Only $15,900. Vets $200 down. r Oil CAN BUY OF OUR FMAHOf4'ESFOR]
bedroom, 2 bath home, Fla room. $100 mm (IF,.YOH.ARE'A .VETO* S-EW6J
3120 DISPLACED AMD F, YOU QAt/ l
NW 12 AVENUE CAIN
((9)) 596 NW 69th St. CBS home. $300 down.
Beautiful 2 bedroom, Fla room, garage, enclosed rya L..P,
front porch, vets $100 down.
((10)) 7800 NW 10th Ave.CBShome.. $200 down.
i 16801 NW 24 AVENUE
r 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room. Only $13,000 FHA. FOR RENT REAL
t Vets $100 down. 3207 NW 68th St. $23 week.

U .. HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWN 3274 NW 68th St. $22 week. .h BROKER
14460 NW 22nd Ave., Opa-Iocka Apts.
WE SPECIALIZE IN HOMES FOR PERSONS OPEN SATURDAY & SUNDAY
t BEISC DISPLACED IN URBAN RENEWAL AREA,
::,. MIAMI HOUSING PROJECTS, VETE RANS.CAL L FORD REALTYINC. Broker
I TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY. YOU'RE ONLY AJ tda
PHONE CALL AWAY. 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4S95 gpess 1 Infl S

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1- CLASSIFIED ADS Burg ins Galore WHOLESALEMEAT&B & H


3 1 I'A
BED. BATH
15 WORDS OR LESS 5156.5C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD.
$400 DOWN FHA PROVISIONS t
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON t
$100
I '1 OR DOWN MEAT PURVEYORSTO

FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE V.A. HOTELS RESTAURANTS I

2 CBS beauties on 1 lot Livein + 1210 I
LITTLE .
RIVER DR DOWN er .oo CLUBS ;
$400
one, rent tree! Rent from Total
other enough to pay oft mort price$22,500 3 with terms 9800 NW 25th AVENUE NO QUALIFYING SCHOOLS & INSTITUTIONS -
arranged bedroom
2bath
borne 2 bedroom Gorgeous 2 bedroom Fla IN SOUTH ,
gage. Front CBS p.lus Fla. NO CLOSING COSTS
room
large lot air-
room carport huge ,
1 bath, Fla. room, carport. eatin kitchen\and all large bed conditioned., Owner, 693-2631 4 bedroom, 3 bath FLORIDA BILLY HEATH, PROP.

Rear house 1 bedroom, Fla. rooms, on the canal Drive by 16,000-52,000 down 633-1312 Orders accepted Day or NightGary's
turn.Fenced yard. Must
room, then
call for more inform ;a. FOR SALE OR LEASE .. ,

seel FHA and$500 Pacific down Realtors$96 mo. tion and to see. A. Ben-Kori, Option to buy with security, I 8 Home & Income
Atlantic Realtor 612 NW 60th St. Call units fully rented newl
] down
6660411.No $10,500-$1,500
anytime 751-2243.
renovated like new, near Ave
Discount
CE 58418. City
qualifying. Pretty 3 bed- QUALIFYING 3 Units

room, 1 bath, CBS carport, $900 down 4 bedroom 2 bath $400 DOWN $9,800 -. $2,000 down j 2303 NW 62 St. 693-4952

largeyard, take over one FHA CBS this is a beauty call meat 9800 NW 25th AVENUE ,

mortgage already placed $83 once on this. Also 3 bedroom Gorgeous 2bedrooms Fla 7 Units -

month pays all. Atlantic and with Fla. room at $14;. room carport, huge lot, air- Plus 2 Car Garage

pacific Realtors 666-0411 400 we have lots of others no conditioned. Owner 693-2631 $5,000 d own Shop at Your Home

Qualifying. A.Ben-Kori,Realtor
pretty 'bedroom,1 bat!\CBS, call anytime 751-2243. Beer & Wine Plus 2 .

tile roof, hardwood floor $400 DOWN for added in
House -
fenced corner lot FHA. FHA TERMS 9800 NW 25th AVENUE low OUR INTERIOR DECORATOR WILL SHOW

$13,000, $400 down, $80 mo. Total price $16,200 only $8CX Gorgeous bedrooms Fla come. $14,000, YOU SAMPLES -, NO OBLIGATIONSIALL'WORKMAMSHIP !
room, carport huge lot, air down payment.
,
displaced
veterans or persons down 3 bedroom CBS beautiful r +
$100 down. Atlantic and Pacific Little River Drive area must conditioned. Owner 693-2631 Leonard!

Realtors 666-0411. see, call me A. Ben- orl GUARANTEED

Realtor 612 NW 60th St. call FOR RENT Realty

Gorgeous 2 bedroom, 1 bath,, anytime 751-2243.
One bedroom apts. Close to Slit UN 7th AVENUE
Fla. room carport CBS wallto
town. $16.50 and $20 weekly. ReuphosferingSofa 3
wall carpet, FHA $h1OO, 3 BEDROOMS
696-0092
Suitable for middle-aged
$400 down, $72 month. Veterans Corner cbs, total $11,900 and ,
couples only. Phone 635-6515.
or displaced person $73.00 a month, Small down- 24 Hour Service Chair '

$100 down. Atlantic and Pacific payment, very clean home,, Very attractive home. Large
Realtors. 666-0411. this is wonderful
a buy.A.
living room, Fla. room, one
Ben-Kori, Realtor, call any. bedroom. Carpet. Furnished $39.95 $18.95We +
Beautiful home, tit for a King] time 7512243. professionals. Must have ref HELP WANTED

3 bedroom, 2 bath, screened erences. To see call Miss Bell Beauty operator is needed witha I
patio, tile roof, 2 car garage, 1253 NW 38th ST. license.KlmberlysBeauty
6339733. ,city
formica kitchen, with built in 2 houses on cornor lot nicely
Salon, 4310 NW 7th Ave Make Custom
stove and dishwasher furnished, rear house air-
oven
,
Large 1 bedroom apartment.. Call after 5 p.m.or all day Sa 0
many extras no closing cost. conditioned. Reasonable Furnished. Living room, din- turday. 7579254.
Covers ft
FHA $900 down $116 month. price, good terms. For ap- ing area. Wall to wall carpet Slip DrapesHELP
Drive by 3245 NW 99th St.Ph. pointment call 374-5943.
senior hair sty-
ing. Excellent neighborhood. Top junior or
..
666-0411 for appointment At- Adults only. To see call Miss list for NW 159th St.b e aut.y
lantic and Pacific Realtors. LAKE FRONT
and Bell 633-9733. and wig salon.Guaranteed salary -
$29,500 up
commission on wig
plus
1 '
Brand new fine quality 3 bed- ONLY 2LEFT 1 bedroom, unfurn.air-conditioner sales. Call Mr. Kay 625-0441 WANTED
NW 12th Ave. 93rd St. Buil- Cet-
room, 2 bath home. North of stove and refrigerator.,
,
der, 693-2613. C Opportunity+ for qualified -
lot at
on
expressway open 1231 NW 77th Ter.,
Adults only.
4015 NW 24th Avenue. Phone needed. 10 ladles to train for sales I l>eautician, clean working conitions ., a OpUd E ACTION .

builder, PL 1-3604. Indef. 9020 NW 9th Ct. 3 bedroom,, Reference position Top commission.Requirements c products furnished,

tile roof, oak floors, garage,, Nice private entranceand : Neat appearance, ;dvertisement. Wa1tin busi- Z SfSHMi FHA FHA total $15,000.00 $450 high school graduate, phone a:ess. Information? Call 759- ,
for single steadily
bath
$9,000 down(Vets $100)-No closing and car.: For appointment 238- )
week. 121
PAYMENT costs- $93.33 monthly call employed man. $11 3540 or 949-6698.
$300 DOWN
Aetna RealtyBroker),811 NW NW 39th St. Nov. 17 1
3 bedroom 2 bath frame unfurnished -
54th St., Phone: 757-5724. 574.EDISON
1-5 Sunday Middle
open aged man, preferably
No ex-
Get on the bandwagon.
728 NW 66th St. Open 7 days. who works during the day
one
Call Mr. Wilson Reasonable rentCail7593360. perience needed, full or part I Specials

J. K. RealtyRealtors) 9015 NW 10th Ave. FHA $15- time, earn. awningS.windows big money with our
000.00 Immaculate 2 bed- fences

LAKE FRONT room, garage,huge Fla.room, not ordinary .- carpets. Apply, 9 to 12 noon OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
Beautiful room, 10th
4755 East
down daily. Spartan,
costs $450
$29,500 and up no closng -
week. 350 NW 6th St.,
ONLY LEFT monthly $93.33 a real bar $12 per Lane, Hialeah 39 NW 38 STREET

NW 12th Ave. 93rd St. Builder gain. Aetna Realty (Broker) Ph: 371-2019. BEAUTIFUL POOL HOME

693-2613. 811 NW 54th St., Phone: 757- Automobile mechanic for na-
5724. Open 7 days. Adults only. Efficiency Apt., tionwide firm. Lots of fringe No qualifying This It on exceptionally lovely

DOLL HOUSE stove and retrig. air-cond.,, benefits. For more informa- home plus extra lot with pool. Convenient neigh

CBS immaculate, sharp, two 1151 NW 89th St. FHA 3 bed- heat, wall to wall carpeting. tion call 754-3129. borhood. It hat two Fla rooms, 2 reverse cycleair

bedrooms Fla. room, garage.On room, 13 x 28 swimmingpool, $23 per week.Dixie Rental conditions plus a done bedroom cottage.

huge lot near West Little garage, oak floors, no closing Agency, 633-2429. LADIES: Cash in on the big tall Small down payment.. Owner. will hold the mort

River Elementary School Ap- costs-$700 down (Vets $300), bedroom duplex. $14 to $20 and Christmas selling season gage. Reduced to $14,500.

pliances. $375.00 down and$88 monthly $104.55, if you really 1 week. 1 bedroom house, earn the money you need to get DRIVE BY EDISON TO SEE THE FOLLOWING

per month on FHA terms.Biscayne want the best see todayAetna Adults per only $20 per week., the things you want,selling nationally PROPERTIES
Realty Broker, '759- Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th known products CallT.
week.,
Furn. rooms $15 per ((1)4) bedroom CBS home, Fla room, tile rool.
8600. St. phone 757-5724. Open 7 King 633-6682.Evenings
_- : Dixie Rental Agency,633-2429 L. $350 down FHA terms Near Miami Avtnu .

CUSTOM BUILT days. 5:00 9:00 p.m. and 68th St. Fine for large f family t or big.

CBS in excellent condition, Spacious room for working enough for two families.

owner built and cared for. An LAKE FRONT and girls with cooking facilities ((2)) Lovely 2 bedroom CBS home, 'jalousie! 'windows
$29,500 up
out standing home with wall to 691-4286. CHILDCARElofants awnings, 2 reverse conditioners -
wall carpet and built In kitchenand ONLY 2LEFT and toddlers up to 3 Beautiful lawn plus well, and
NW 12th Avenue 93rdSt.Builder 1 bedroom $22.. Utilities of Pick Hear
refrigerator includedFHA Lovely years old. Best care. sprinkler. $300 down. FHA terms. all

value $13,000. Biscayne 693-2613. turn. No deposits. No UD 635-2803 Edison schools. .

Realty, Inc. Broker, 759-8600 children.: Working couple pre Child day care In my borne. ((3)CBS) duplex. bedrooms each side. Only..

ferred. NE 5-5566. :, Your child: will be given 'the $1 000 down. Ho qualifying. Only 4 .years

NO QUALIFYINGCBS $400 DOWN best of care. 759-8335. lade ol olJ. -
three bedroom with $12,900 TOTAL PRICEFHANE Lovely, 2 bedroom turn, house ((4)) 5 units, Consists of 3 bedroom, 2 bath home

garage. $12,500 conventional 151st TERR. Adults only. PL 1-1404. plus bedroom. home, pi..'d"pi.. plus cottage -

terms. Owner anxious Drive CALL MR. WILSONJ. MISCELLANEOUS plus vocant lot. Approximately( oie acre

by 82 NW 47th Ter. Then call K. Realty Realtors Nice 1 bedroom duplex $19.00 FATHER SAMUEL MOSES all together. Hear 36th St. and 12th Avt.

Biscayne Realty, Inc. Broker 947-7571 1 I bedroom CBS duplex $17.00 See Father Samuel Moses $27,500 total price. Excellent termsl

759-8600. 1 l bedroom CBS apt. $17.50 from Charleston S. C. Nov. ------------
DEPOSIT REQUIRED 2 i and 3. At the Sherman Hotel WE HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES, FHA

NO CLOSING COST Income property. Duplex corner Liberty RentalAgency Ph. 379-1751 all day Thursday TERMS AND HO QUALIFYING.YOU .

CBS with carporte. A neat lot. 2 bedroom on each 2020 NW 62nd St.Ph.6337809Room from 9 a.m.til 9p.m.For CAH BUY ANY OF OUR FHAHOMES FOR

clean house FHA$11,000 with side. Large closets. 10x20: ft. your blessing Saturdays and $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
$375 down payment and$88 per Awnings 70 ft.wide lot. Wednesday. And you lucky
porch. inprlvate home. 2125 DISPLACED AHD IF YOU QUALIFY.WE .
month all. Stove and re-
pays 3 i bearing Mango trees. Alla- NW 64th St. 7588128.New oil. And will be In Hollywoodon
frigerator included Biscayne pattah area, Near school,bus, Friday Nov 10.Ft.Lauderdale ARE SURE WE HAVE WHAT YOU ARE

Realty, Inc. Broker 759-8600 park and shopping area. $16- on Friday, Nov. 17 and LOOKING FOR, COME IK TO SEE US.. J

500 FHA. 685-1109. apt.large 1 bedroom,'7s(]I Pompano Beach on Friday, OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY1t.I'i'A
1380 LITTLE RIVER DR. NW 70th St. Adults only. 444- Nov. 24.Parties. -,
Open Sunday 3 to 6. FHA total bedroom house, tile bath, 3673. -
Two dull hum drum? Add
$19,000 only $900 down beautiful kitchen. Large
all, electric
3 bedroom 2 bath CBS on neighborhood. No real zip to yourptherlngwttbreel
the canal. Eatin kitchen, yard fine in house live entertainment. Contact -
Large or red tape. Immediate furo. room private : I
beautiful grounds. A.-Ben- jualifying( Call owner for working lady. 944 NW 49. me In person or by mail. : '

Korl, Realtor 612 NW 60th St. Norris possession.633-9733. St. /U/ Hayes 828 NW 2nd Ave. ,
Mr. '
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Call anytime 751-2243. Oct; 28






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..." \ 24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 27, 1967 .

NAACP Director To Address Opa-locka Branch Democrats To Give Party ,\MEM9RIAL.SERVICE All members of the Household -
o'clock.This .
The First Annual Autumn at 8
; The Opa-locka Branch Marvin Davies as guests. Nabble, W. L. Glee, R. S. Social and Political Fraterni- worthy benefit will be of Ruth GUOof OF are re-
to meet at
NAACP will open its Fall Other persons who will serve Jackson, George M. Brunt, zation Party Extraordinarywill held at the beautiful Community quested Kelly's:
membership drive Sunday as solicitors for the campaignare Frank Ross, Mrs. Hope Kins be sponsored by a citizens Rooms of the Bonded Ren- Chapel Methodist Church cor-
Oct. 29, 3 p.m., at First Baptist ; Mesdames Thelma Ho- ley, and Fr.ElishaClark of the county: wide group for the tal Agency, Inc., 4150 NW 7th ner 15th and 71st St. Rev. L.
Chuch, 15700 NW 22nd ward, Ella Baker, JaneGrice, Transfiguration serving as the benefit of the Dade County Ave.Dr. L. Dean pastor. Sunday morn
Oct. 28 at 11 o'clock
Ave.The Rose Thornton, June Jackson, branch program director. Young Democratic Associa- E. A. Ward,Temporary their ing, memorial, service. for
meeting will feature Mrs. Price and her club, Mr. Valuable awards will be tion, Friday evening, Nov 17 Chairman.
Willie West, a member of the William Armstrong, David given to outstanding groups or -
Miami Dolphins, and Florida Pemberton, L. C. Blanford, persons during this meeting.The .
State NAACP Field Director Wellington Gibson, Harry public is cordially invited.
BECKET & BEAN
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.... D. Richardson was
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County Courthouse. They are
t Win Cash RecordsEach St.now Perrine.residing at 10240 SW 177 Two Convenient Miami Offices

week you can win prizes by selecting the records you Sunday, Oct. 22,, was Wo
think will be next week's Super Soul Top Ten In the correct men's Day at Mt.Moriah Baptist :
order. Just fill in the coupon below or use your own form. Mail Church. Rev. W. C.Ed:lr 7th Ave & 20th St N.W.
_, your selection to Super Soul Top Ten Contest,c/o WMBM, 814 pastor. The morning speaker .
First St., Miami Beach, Fla., 33139. was Mrs. Dora W. Wright AND
Entries must be received by noon on the Monday before the The evening speaker was Mrs.
new list is published in The Miami Times. The entry closestto Dorothy Davis. The Mount 27th Ave. & 62nd St. N.W.B&B'S
the actual top ten wins. Decision of the Judges is final. In Moriah Church wish to thank .
case of ties winner will be selected by random selection. all who helped make this their
First prize is $5.00 in cash and a copy of each of the new 'most successful Women's
Super Soul Top Ten Record, and a guest appearance on WMBM.,Day. Total amount raised
I Next three runners-up win a copy of the number one record. 332625. RED CARPET INSURANCE SERVICE
On our sick list, Mr. Hur- OFFERS YOU ;

!; "Super Soul Top 50 bert Parker Williams, Mrs. ,Lillie Mrs.Harris Callie 1. IMMEDIATE AUTO INSURANCE COVERAGE V't

and Richard Cooper. 2. YOUR SR22 AND AUTO ACCIDENT BOND FILED WHILE YOU WAIT
: WEEK BEGINNING OCT. 30, 1967 Mrs. Ethel Shackelford went
I'I' to Desota City Sunday,accompanied 3. LOW DOWN PAYMENT-EASY MONTHLY TERMS ,
I 1. Dear John Dixie Drifter by her daughter and
\ 4. PROMPT PAYMENT OF YOUR CLAIMS
2. pataPataCan't Miriam MakebaImpressions son-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
3. Stay away Milton Lawrence, and sister-.
4. Your precious love Marvin Tamie in-law Mrs. M.1ll1eCoottoat-
5. Tell him Pattie Drew tend the funeral of her grandmother ON STOP AND YOU DRIVE OUT WITH
6. Soul Man Sam & DaveFantastic Mrs. Ida McCortin. ,
:. 7. To share your love Four, ..,;' YOUR AUTO INSURANCE POLICY I. y.;. .
8. What have I done Lynda Jones NORTHWESTERNCHORUS 'i! : ,
9. Natural Woman Aretha Franklin
IN CONCERTThe ",
I 10. Get on up Esquires ,
',' 11. You keep running away Four Tops Mia mi Northwestern STOP IN OR CALL

12. Without Love Ronnie Taylor Senior High School Chorus will ',.
13. Your Man.Goodman Jerry Williams present It's first performance .
14. Them Two of the year, in the school's auditorium :,: : 696-0880 "
.. 15. Fall in love Betty Swann Monday, Oct. 30, at I"" "
16. My kind of girl Volumes 8:00 p.m.
17. You can lead a woman Oscar Toney Jr. Also featured on the program
18. Got to be mellow Leon Haywood will be the Vibrettes and LOOK FOR THE CORNER WITH THE SPINNING SIGN
19. I'm wondering Stevie Wonder the concert chorus.
ZOo Take care June Conquest The public is cordially in- FREE DRIVE IN PARKING
21. Lovey Dovey Bunnie Segler vited. There will be no admis-
22. Especially for you 4 puzzles sion charge.
23. It's you I need Temptations
24. Gotta Go Annette Larkins
25. When you're gone Brenda the Tabulations
r. 26. Let love come between us James & Bobby purify
27. Until the real thing Ernie K. Doe
28.. Foot stepsHeads The Creations
29. up The Chosen Few LINDSLEY LUMBERBUY
30. Soul Stuff Frank Williams

: 31. Don't lose your grove Lavell Hardy" | NOW PAY LATER-NO MONEY DOWN-ON OUR BUDGET PLAN I I
\ 32. Skinny legs Joe Tex
33. I heard it from the grapevine The Pips
: 34. Get it together James Brown ItIpI
35. Running out Bong! Judy
36. Whole Lotta woman Arthur Conley
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37. All your goodies are gone parlimentsPlatters 1 MANAGEWSALE

38. Sweet sweet loving ..
39. Let's move and Grove Benny Lattimore
40. Solid foundation Eddie Bo
41. I won't believe MoniqueAnette D !
42. Til tell himSomeday Larkins
43. Baby Dianne Cunningham
44. Sockin' 1-2-3-4 John Roberts 20-GALlON "FEATHER HIE" 'EXACO" OR
45. You can't run away Judy Clay "QUAKER STATE"
, 46. The richest.girl Little Helen GARBAGE CAN INSULATION BOARD

; 47. The letter Box Tops ...UT.a..It..Thick MOTOR OIL.
i 1 48. Tell mama Etta James Heavily;' galvanized
49. Keep the ball rolling Jay & Techniques 88 l o-wao
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.. 50. Step by step Tousalnt McCallD. 2 .
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Donnie ___ It must be love 0 Roy lIytower Limit twe per eestemer. Cuts with. I
China Oh my love Pattie Label& BlueBells Sny II .limllS at this priu. Rude' ar II. *.du Change your own ail and SAYE!
What about '0. V. Wright
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