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Title: The Miami times
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Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 3, 1967
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
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Vol. 45, No. 10 THE MIAMI TIMES, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1967 28 PAGES .15I ;



I DID FATHER --POISON -7 CHILDREN ? I





Lie Detector Tests Show

I 4 Jacksonville Negroes In I

"Guill, Knowledge"Held

Nov. 7 Runoff ElectionFour

on suspicion of"guilty >
Jacksonville Negroeswho for Civil Service Board,Group knowledge" In the poisoning
were in last week Tues- 2, led his opponent Rowland, of their seven children, were 4 )
day's election will be in the 26,199 to 12,819 votes. the father, James Richardson, Yi
run-off on November 7th. and the mother, Annie Mae In
Oscar Taylor got 1,316
Earl M. Johnson, candidateat Arcadia on Wednesday. r
votes to Ernest Newman's 1-,
large for Councilman,Group County Judge Gordon Hays
657 in an area where the pop-
5, had 27,638 votes, while his 0 said that a lie detector test, i .
ulation Is mixed. Both are Ne-
nearest competitor in the fieldof g showed that the father of the '.1

seven had 15,031. groes. t ",roc mysteriously poisoned child : .
Eric O. Simpson, publisherof Mrs. Sallye M. Mathis, who 3 ren showed that he had guilty .
The Florida Star,candidatefor was previously elected to the knowledge of the poisoning.The I
Civil Service Board,Group city council, was the sole Ne- father was originally : 'I
7, won over his nearest oppon- gro winner In Tuesday'selection. charged with murder,but later .' ,-""' '''''.<11
ent, Edwin Cagle (white) 15-, She won over her Negro warrants were issued charg- JAMES RICHARDSON

505 to 10561. He was opposed rival, Roosevelt Williams,4-, ing him with child neglect.The . Man or animal?
by six candidates. 981 votes to 826 for the Dis- Judge said that the lie
Charles Simmons, in race trict 8 Council seat. detector test did not implicate children who died of parathion
Mrs. Richardson, but she was pesticide sobbed convulsively,
and the mother at the
collapsed
also
jailed. In Florida courts,
lie detector tests are not admitted sight of her 6-year-oldSussie
laid out In a small coffin.
Father Gibson Blasts as evidence.A .
Six children died Wednes-
new development in the
day and the seventh died the
case originated
Wednesdaywhen next morning. All became ill
it was disclosed that five
BiasBY after lunch on plates of grits,
Employment of Richardson's children
by a
rice, beans and hog's head.
previous marriage had died in
When investigated, Rich-
Jacksonville police Investigating
are
JOHN A. DIAZ mestic Jobs anytime, but it's the deaths.At ardson told the sheriff that he
the steady semi-skilled Job had boiled a hogshead on the
The Rev. Theodore Gibson, that I feel he should and can Fainting In anguish, Mrs. Shirley Major/ is consoledby the mass funeral last Sunday before and his wife and
well known for his constant ,be trained for." her divorced husband, Leon Major, left, after funeral Sunday the father of the sevenA CON'T ON BACK PAGE
vigilance In his fights fora Father Gibson's proposal services for her four sons, who were fatally burned in a
c ? better life for Negroes, received favorable comments Coconut Grove fire. Helping the couple is Victor Bain,
severely criticized Dade's so- from the board that was list- the funeral director. Mrs. Major was taken to Christian
called war on poverty. ening his plea for stopping the Hospital suffering from shock following the funeral. Negro And Puerto Rican
His criticism followed a report discriminatory practices of She will be released on Friday according to her doctor,

on employment made by the industries he had mention W. A. Patterson, Jr. Miami Times photo by House of

the Economic Opportunity ed. But he wanted the board to Photography. Students Battle Sends
Program Inc. to its board of take a look at the program of

directors last week. the Newark, N. J.Housing Authority -

charged The militant that the clergyman building able to,integrate which he the said plumbing has been Both Racial Groups 12 To Youth Hall

trades and craftsmen, hotel union.
and garment Industries and He did not see, he stated, fight between Negro and with fists and leather belts,
several other closed unions"' why the Miami Housing Au- Puerto Rican youths in a but none was hurt badley
are among the leading seg- thority can not do what Newarkhas Involved in Mixed school-yard Friday, ended In enough to receive treatment,
regated industries in Dade done in that respect. police collaring 18 and send- police said.The news about the

County. Said Gibson,"We can and we ing 12 of the fighters to Youth fight spread to the two schools
The report showed that must force these people to integrate Marriage Court ActionA Hall.A after school, and the young-
EOPI's two-year, on-the-Job the crafts and unions.I hearing was held Mondayby sters began milling around and

Training (OJT) program, had We simply have not utilized the Negro man wanting to reverse; it is white man, Mi- Juvenile Court Judge Don- taunting one another.
placed more than 8,000 people ald Stone to air the fight and About 250 students at Citrus
,
people on the board. marry a white woman, and a chael DiMaggio, who wants to
In Jobs. Ninety-eight per cent tension that police said have Grove and about 100 at Ada
Jack Gordon, a board member white man wanting to marry a' become the husband of Nedia
of these people were Negroeswho said the program has not Negro woman, are presently Cota, a colored woman from troubled Robert E. Lee Jun- Merritt were dispersed, police -
were trained to work. focused on the community ac- involved In suits in Federal Panama. ior High School,3100NW Fifth said, because school au-
Father Gibson said that he tion which would have solved Court here.In Ave.The thorities notified them before
was incensed that "we are the discrimination problem.Mr. Marvin Davies, field direc- school Is equally divid- the action got too hot.Monday's .
spending thousands of dollarsfor Gordon, who is also a e a c h case the plalntifts tor of the NAACP, said that he ed between Negroes and hearing was to decide -
an employment programand member of the School Board, are seeking removal of a ban had wired US Solicitor General Puerto Ricans, police said. whether to keep the boys
we are not breaking that told the EOPI board that an Up- on mixed marriage which the Erwin N. Griswold urging him The violence on Fridays in Youth Hall or not, Stone
cycle of poverty, and that Is ward Bound tutorial programfor state of Florida has in Its laws. to ensure the Florida statutesare t a r te d to spread to Citrus said. It will also be a start at

what the poverty war is sup- various crafts would be one The basis of the two suitsis altered. Grove, 2154 NW Fifth St., and finding out what is the prob-
posed to do." Ada Merritt 660 SW Third St. lem at the school.
of the chief methods to elimi- that the United States SU- Florida's Attorney General ,
Added Father Gibson "if all both neighboring Junior high several of the
"I
nate racial prejudice in unions preme Court has already de- Earl Faircloth has been ask- saw boys,
that money we are now spend- schools, police said. The but I don't know what the fac-
cided against State laws that ed by Mr. Davies to rule on the
ing for OJT could be used to Another board member forbid crowds were broken up by officers tion Is," Stone said. "We Intend
mixed marriages. Thenation's ban in light of the recent Su-
break the discrimination bar- A ins lee Ferdie said, "It's highest has preme Court decision which : before they sta>_ted to go into It thoroughly."
rier in Dade EOPI would be fighting. Stone said he
about time we sat down with Judge might
decided that such laws are un- .killed a slmlhr law In Vir-
fulfilling Its purpose." the employment facts and fig- constitutional. ginia. Police said the fight at take some Juvenile authorities
The clergyman suggestedthat ures and evaluated them our- Robert E. Lee started on the to a school assembly "not to
the board formulate a program selves. We have to see what In one case, the plaintiffsare Said Mr. Davies to Mr. basketball court before classes read them the riot act, but to
geared toward voca- happened to the people that Miss Liane Peters,a white Faircloth, "Your failure to began and was carried let them know where they
tional training of youths as were place on Jobs in OJT. If woman, and James Van Cook, reconcile the Supreme Court over from a fight between a stand."
well as for semi-skilled Jobs. these unions and crafts have so a Negro. They want to exchange decision with existing state Negro and a Puerto Rican fight "I'm not going to let them
Continuing his protest many vacancies, I don't see marital vows. statutes will continue to createa Thursday. run wild overt her e,"Stone
against racial discrimination, why we can't initiate a pro- In the other case, it's the dilemma." About 25 students fought said.

Father Gibson, said, "our gram among the poor to fill
people can go out and get do- these Jobs."
Jackie Says. NAACP Lost Touch With Massesthe I


I Hallowe'en Ends In Near Riot Speaking i before the Pennsylvania Robinson, "are civil rights try he must be willing to fight platform by Father JamesE.
NAACP conventionin victories and you better get for the country as well." Groppi, militant Milwaukee
Armed with tear gas and when stone-throwing youths Pittsburgh last week,Jackie back on the streets your- Continued Robinson, priest, who said all clergymen
shotguns Belle Glade police damaged several autos and Robinson, former baseball selves." "Those who say no,are takinga should get "on the firing line"
had to call for help from neigh broke a window of one police star, warned his audience that The former Dodgers' star slap at the thousands of Ne- of th civil rights movementor
boring communities to put the National Association for also criticized Negroes who gro GIs over there and the an get out of the church.
down a near-riot which erupted car.Two 17yearoldyouthwerearrested the Advancement of Colored advise younger men not to ti-Vietnam agitators are get "Clergymen should stop
from a Hallowe'en celebration and charged with inciting People "has., lost" touch with s e r vein the armed forces. ting our young men into preaching about pie in the sky
Tuesday night. to riot. They were re- the Negro masses. Said he, "U the Negro is to trouble." and start showing their people
The disturbance started leased under $500 bond. "What you need," said reap the rewards of this coun- Robinson was preceded on how to get there,said Groppi.



; 'THE MIAMI' F JIMP I fy,f J Friday, November 3, ,1967I'


-r.King Calls Jail Agony 1


BY JOHN A. DIAZ Dr. King and seven other the Rev. Wyatt Tee Walker of Continued King, "perhaps
Commencing his fivedayJail Negro leaders were found New York, a former aide; and these five days will afford all
term on Monday Dr. Mar- guity of violating a court injunction the Rev. A. D. King of Louisville of us an opportunity for a more ISCUNTSTOCif
tin Luther King,dressed in his that prohibited dem- Dr. King's brother.Dr. intense and serious evaluationof
old "jail uniform" ..- blue onstrations in Birmingham.The King declared before our situation for all the
jeans, denim shirt, and brown United States Supreme entering jail for the 20th time, signs of our times indicate that Lincoln Road
sweater, entered a county jail Court refused recently taje- (the others were not sentences this is a dark hour in the life
near Birmingham.He view the convictions, which ) that his sentence is a of America." COMES DOWNTOWN
said that he didn't mind so carried $50. fines. small price to pay for that and The arrests of Dr. King and TO
the "inconvenience and agonyof The four other Negroes con- the other accomplishments."But the other Negro leaders in
five days in jail" becausethe victed of violating the injunc- I am said," he added, Birmingham in 1963,stemmed MIAMI
demonstrations for which tion served their jail sen- "that the Supreme Court of our from the clash between hun-
he had been convicted resulted tences in Birmingham last land in a 5-4 decision could not dreds of Negro demonstratorsand 221 N.E. 2nd St.
In Passage of the 1964 Civil week. Surrendering with Dr. uphold the rights of individual the unyielding police force
Rights Act. King on Monday were the Rev. citizens in the face of deliberate -' led by Eugene T.(Bulgy Connor,
Said Dr. King, "Unmerited Ralph D. Abernathy of Atlanta, use of the courts of which wrote an epilogue to one
is vice president and treasurerof the state of Alabama as a of the nation's most dramatic OPENING'BARGMNS
suffering always redemptive. -
." the leadership conference; means of oppresion.' civil rights confrontations.

A spokesman for Dr. Kin's
Southern Christian Leader-
ship Conference had said last
week that massive demonstra-
tions would be conducted when
King and the other ministers ,
rs
are jailed. a HURRY! HURRYIl

In front of the jail house in E w'wr
which Dr. King was confined, '
AcquaintedIN
scores of Negroes marched Cet
while singing and chanting.The .
civil rights leader was UDder 0 0
the care of a physician as
he had developed a cold. The 0 r r r

Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth, one ) .. _.. ;
of the most active protestersin A
the rights movement,shouted -

to a group of whites that ava ,... UK WOMEN'S DEPTl
<
huddled in door ways: Y
"You should be honored with
the presence in this jail houseof : t 5 a Many Gorgeus Styles

born.one' of the greatest men ever E II'IOI.n-CrtpItoGWIOI.DRESSES $2 J

III alea lac. It I2UI

Dr. Gore
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A" mated ToCOMMIISSIOU READY TO GO U. S. Air Fore Colonel Daniel' James, Jr. of Pensacola, Slack Sots, rallied to,. lilt $1MB ...II II........II....'*"

Florida stands on the light line prior to takeoff on another combat mission over Shelia! mlllJ colors. R.,. PM...II II II II....II....... '141

North Vietnam. Col. James normally flies with First LIeutenant Bob C. Evans of Sweaters, lambs wool. Rot. $11.95 II...........'.II......fin
Florida's Governor Claude Cyrstal Springs, Miss. The two team members were together on the January 2 Mig-
hunting mission which netted the "kills."
R. Kirk, Jr. has appointed Dr. wing seven Famous Brand 100% Wool)
George W. Gore, Jr., president $ r

to of three Florida educational M M University com-- Col. Chappie James Is Big Man In Air ForceColonel "TIGER"colors SWEATERSMany 3

Szos32lo42.Ret$16JS!
missions. Daniel "Chappie" said "that when the time came, Chamber of Commerce Dis- 1 s
The FAMU president was James from Pensacola Fla. Service Award. t
I was in a cool old fighter pilot' tinguished
appointed by Governor Kirk to one of the biggest men(16feet mood and really ready to get laincoafs, Hog. $19.85 "'"'If..If If.If'"It...11.11..'a" t

a new four-year term on the 4 inches, 230 pounds) to ever in there and mix it up. We Mount, dacron and cotton, Rif. $5.95 ..................'1"

Southern Regional Education squeeze into the cockpit of an could have downed more MIGSif ............. .. ....,'3",
Board (SRED). He is also F-4 phantom, is also one of more had been around. But, RANGE KICKOFF Skirts, Harburt-Wool. Ri|. $17.85..
serving a five-year term on the most respected and ad- as it turned out, we had wiped RALLY Ion, Bonnie Does all colors. Bog. $2.58. ,...............1"
the SREB's Commission on mired among that special out all that were in the area."
Higher Educational Oppor- breed known as fighter pilots. Harburt and Pantino
tunity in the South. His fellow pilots say he has a Colonel James has flown 58 Wed., NOV. 8 WOOL SLACKS
combat
missions over North $599
The Commission was in the heart as big as his body and a Vietnam and 101 over Korea. 8p.m.FIREMB4'S. Pastels and dark colon
news several weeks ago whenit devotion to the Air Force exceeded R. $11.95Sfatua
He was voted the "most out- c.
released its first report only by a love for his
after its first year of re- country.He standing young man of the
search. The report is entitled year" in the state of Massa- HALL IN 0urc mmas
"The Negro and Higher Edu- is the Vice Commanderof chusetts in 1955 and has also 2980 NW S. River Dr.
cation in the South." the 8th Tactical Fighter received that State's Junior
Dr. Gore is also Wing, Ubon, Thailand, most
serving on Fabrics and Styles
the Governor's noted for its January 2 raid in $23
recently -
appointed
30-rnemberCommis- which 7 MIGs were destroyed.. SUITS Ree-to$125 ,

sion for Quality Education in "Chappie" who led the num- All by Known Makers 533
Florida. ber two flight in that encounter MEDICAL COST UP

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rrlr-I !i1J rrT ? According- to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, whr7, Hack, pastils-stnfch ..II..i...........II.3 for *1

} j Medical Cost is up 5% this! year over 1966, Pants,Hfciti-SMforhiJIMftcittoi.' 1S,.." .....i.....3"

L:4:4 a ,. continuing 20-year rise. Ttislift. -solUs, stripes ........................,.......=1
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6t We've removed the labels to protect the
The' American Hospital Association esti- famous maker.SPORTCOATS.
mates':' that !hospital cost will ,rise 15% per $12
t year through 1970. The 1966 average one-
In ill the wanted styles .
day cost per bed patient was $49.00; may go and fabrics Values'o$12.95
to $58.00 in 1967; $67.00 in 1968; $77.00 in .1 L J1
1969 and $88.50 in 1970. Shirts, Whit., short she,., $ 25"nn.
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Are and Sport Shirts and Jacs. Ro(. $5.95.. ........ ...... $2"MMo
you your family adequately covered?

See a representative of Paris ilastio bolts. Rig. $2.50..II II...II..II II.........V
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Fleetwood Price (right), sales and marketing representative of
Company Florida
for the Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Miami,
has won the top award for merchandising excellence ina GIANT
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Company throughout five southeastern states. Above he Tampa Florida 33607
is receiving a plaque from John M. Howard, executive Discount Stor
vice president of the Miami firm. In addition, Mr. Price I DISTRICT OFFICES STATEWIDE
will receive a color television set as his prize in the

company sweepstakes. I ll.I:



MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 3. 1967 3


Thousands at Funeral of 4 rt A ,

.

Children Who Died in FireBY


JOHN A. DIAZ
on October 19. the funeral procession pro-
The tiny bodies of Kevin, 2; In the front seats, mourningand ceeded. There a young woman
Jason, 3; Stephen, 4; and De- audibly crying in anguishsat friend of Mrs. Major's, ended
rick, 6, In four pale boxes, Mrs. Major's mother, the burial service with these
which were not opened for Mrs. Major and her divorced mournful words, "Give it to
viewing, were rolled into the husband, Mr. Major.It was the Jesus; it's too much for us."
Church of Christ, at Douglas saddest sight most of the con-
Road and Frow Avenue, last gregation had ever witnessed. The cost of the funeral,
Saturday afternoon, for burial $1,400, was derived from con-
ceremonies. Looking over the four pale tributions of neighbors and
In the church were hundredsof boxes, the minister, Evangelist friends of the Majors'. It is
members of the congregation Clifford Payne, who had estimated that about $5,000has
and neighbors of the child- known the majors and the been raised from sympathizers r
ren of Shir ley and Leon Majors children for years, was doing to defray the expense
who lost their four child- his best to console the bereaved of the funeral and incidentals.The .
ren in the fire that destroyedtheir parents. funeral arrangementswere
small cottage at 3695 After the service, to the under the direction of
Thomas Avenue, at midnight, Paradise Memorial Gardens Bain's Funeral Home.



Tampa Editor's Plan For 4I



'Colored' NAACP NixedNew


York. There is no sociation of Americans of all may become a member or officer -4 IL
color line in te National As- races, colors and creeds,reaffirm of NAACP who Is not in r
sociation for the Advancement our pledge to mankind, accord with its policies and t
of Colored People, Gloster B. enunciated at the founding of principles, the foundation of
Current, the Association's this association. To oblit- which is unalterable opposi- x,., ..
rector of branches and field erate every trace of racial tion to segregation and racial f. R.
administration, has informedC. discrimination wherever it discriminatory practices. No
Blythe Andrews,Jr.,editorof may be." Boston convention multiple branch being con- Top left: A capacity congregation stare sorrowfully at the four small caskets in
the Florida Sentinel Bulle- 1967 reaffirmed: "Commit- sidered presently for Tampa. the Church of Christ in Coconut Grove during funeral services.
tin, a Tampa, Fla., weekly.Mr. ment that has been unbrokenfor Top right: At funeral services in the church are left to right, Leon Major, father
Andrews bad been the of this If and when such branch is con-
reported
fifty-eight years
of the children
; Mrs. Shirley Major, the bereaved mother; James Major, brother of
by the AssociatedPress association's relentless fight sidered it would be based on Leon and Mrs. Caroline
; Taylor, mother of Mrs. Major.
as seeking to establishan for racial and director -
Justice equal- objective study by regional
Bottom 'left Members of the
: Bain Funeral Home staff deposit of the caskets
one
NAACP branch with limi- and
ity. Many NAACP Branches Mrs. Ruby Hurley,
tations on white participation.The Including southern branches Florida field directorMarvin, into a waiting hearse.
AP dispatch quoted him as have interracial leadership Davies, and not on local Bottom right: Tears rolling down his cheeks is William Maushardr, the ice
having complained that the and membership. No person schisms or racist attitudes. cream man who has been selling his wares in the neighborhood for seven years. He
present Tampa NAACP is pictured manifesting his grief ever four of his customers. Miami Times staff
Branch has "too many photographs by House of Photography.
whites."
to POSTMASTER URGES USE OF ZIP CODE j

drews., Postmaster: E. M Dunlap and publlcally reminded his Miami Post Office revealed
cited the Association's traditional Range Calendar today noted that there Is less customers that "only you can ZIP Codes on only 54.92 per ,
nondiscriminationpolicy zip in first-class and air mail put ZIP in your postal ser- cent of the mailing addressesof I
which was re-affirmed posted in the 'Greater Miami vice.' first-class mail and 61.88 '
last July at the organization's58th area than most of the nation Mail checked in the Greater per cent of air mail.
annual convention in Bos- WEDN ESDAY, NOV. I, 8:00: P. M.
General Meeting Hdqts. 1675 NW 67th St. I
ton.The full text of the telegram Honorable L. L. Brooks PresidentAND
follows: THURSDAY, NOV. 2, 8:00: P. M. ,
Associated press story October Longshoremen's Union Hall THE
23, quotes you as saying
several hundred Negroes in FRIDAY, NOV. 3, 8:00: P. M. Bonded Rental Agency Inc.
Tampa planning to apply for Workers Meeting Longshoremen's Hall ,
charter because existing GEORGE P. HARTH CHARLES A. LOCKHART
Tampa Branch has"too many General Manager Public Relations Director
whites." Also quotes you stat- SATURDAY, NOV. 4, 8:00: P. M.
ing: "it's all right for whitesto Golden Fountain Restaurant Breakfast SALUTEMRS.
be members but they should
stay in the background. No
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 8
white, however liberal,under- Kickoff M. ATHALIE RANGE
Rally-Firemen's HallN.
stands the Negro's prob-
lems." W. South River Drive
"WOmtlt
Please advised that 'Juipit967 ojAcMeuuw f

NAACP, an Interracial organization -
since 1909, still THURSDAY, NOV. 9, '1:30: P. M. Awwi"THE
welcomes white membershipand Liberty City Elementary School
financial support. Na-
oional board policy would not MONDAY NOV. 13, 8:00 P. M.
charter new branch on racial Rally r''
Longshoreman's Hall
separatist basis. NAACP I
policy, reaffirmed 1966 convention I # .
declared:"We,an as I

ay

VOTE FOR


4 } ,"' rtT'T
HENDRIK J. BERNSformerly 'T

( with WMBM)


w
THE MAN WHO FOUGHT FOR CIVIL

I- L RIGHTS AND EQUALITY ALL HIS LIFE

p
AND LONG BEFORE OTHERS DARED TO! ,
F; a


Group Three Mrs. Range is a City Commissioner of the City of Miami. She

was a founder of the Roosevelt Savings & Loan Association,

Lever 11-A of which she was the second president, the only woman of

her race ever to achieve such a position. A distinguished

Hendrick J. Berns civic leader, a dedicated public servant, Mrs. Range's con

tributions to the well being of our community are reflected in

Miami City Commission N.p0i.Adv. its peace, tranquility and harmonious community relations.






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4 THE MIAMI TIMES., Friday... November 3. 1967, '.- ---::----
I

I ,
,6

I r To Be EqualBy c.11Iq W


Whitney Young, Jr.
By Booker T. Hayes \..........
Offleei 6530NW 15th Ave. Miami -
Flo. 33147-PhonaI691.0421 Executive Director ..
National Urban League
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher Term
Jail Small
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor Dr. King's

STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor THE CHANGING SOUTH

National I Advertising Representative Slowly but surely, change is coming to the South. Many of the Price For Racial ,UnityIn
Amalgamated Publishers 1 Inc., of the
overt signs of segregation vanished with the passage
310 Madison Avenue. New York, N. Y. 10017 Is coming to commence serving the
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association$ civil rights laws, and the battle for true equality returning to Birmingham five
2400 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 more and more to resemble the fight for better living condi- day sentence meted out by the local court Dr. Martin Luther
_ tions and an end to de facto segregation in the North. King is quoted as saying "It Is a small price to pay for the

SUBSCRIPTION RATES One significant sign of change came recently with the con- unity which came to our nation following the bloody demonstrations .
ONE YEAR $5.00
SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00
viction of the murderers of three civil rights workers in Mis- in Birmingham in 1963." No one realizing the magnitudeof

Ent.r.d a* Second Clan Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post' sissippi. For the first time, a Mississippi jury brought in a the movement started by Dr. King could possibly disagree
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 conviction against racial terrorists, indicating that the people with the assessment he has made.The Birmingham movementis

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" """* of the South will no longer allow the extremists in their midstto recognized as the initial beginning of today's Civil Rights

The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead speak for them. struggle. It was during the Birmingham incident that the now
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accordsto Another indication of change Is the number of new Urban famous Martin Luther King nonviolent approach was applied.

and every)legal man rights.regardless Hating of no his raul Isaring creed or no color man..his the human Negro Leagues in the South. This is an Important indicator of change This movementthls appeal to the conscience of mankind is more

Press strives to help ever/ man In the firm belief that all men because an Urban League can only formed by an interracial than any other factor the basis for many of today's improvements -
are hurt as long as anyone le held back.How committee of local people.In many Southern communities,Ne- It created the dividing line between the morally right

groes and whites are banding together to form Urban Leaguesto and the morally wrong. Based on the religious concepts of the

lllr ditor'otcb110h help inaugurate the new Urban League there, and I saw for country as a whole it proved the most constructive idea yet to
myself the change in attitudes -- and some of the problems -- dramatize the Negro struggle.Few .

in the new South.
Perhaps) the biggest change in attitude is In the business people among us have really considered the impact of

Good Are Your Schools\I community. The South has always been poorer than other sec- the King movement. Not only did it furnish the necessary mo-

tions of the country, and there is an awareness of the impor- mentive to make the Negro interested in his own cause, but it
Weaknesses tance of attracting outside Industry to pump money into the who until contentto
-- as well as strengths of Dade County awaken other passive Americans were now
Schools will be brought to public attention at American Education economy and create jobs. Businessmen know that industry and conform. It has made individuality amongAmericans some-

Week observances beginning Sunday, November 5. its skilled manager and technicians can only be attracted by thing to flout and display,rather than something to hide. This

Zeroing in on the theme; "How Good Are Your Schools?" cities with good schools and a good racial climate. sudden surge to the front by all the deviates from within our

The week will be marked by open house functions at most of I met with Columbia's business leaders and was impressedby society has caused some of us to panic. They say the nature

Dad e' s 213 Schools Sunday afternoon, Monday evening and their understanding of the Importance of racial progress. of American is changing, and that the people have become so
throughout the week. Citizens are Invited to see education in They know that the South will always trail the rest of the coun- endowed with sin the end must be at hand. Those who get this
action. try so long as its bright young people graduate from its col- impression from the internal revolution now in progress are
and then north to take jobs in New York and Wash-
"We have an excellent school system which has won wide leges move not being realistic in their thinking.
Economic and racial can keep these
ington. progress young
recognition for many accomplishments. Hall declared.
home and it the drain of and brainpower -
can stop
people manpower
"But we also have problems and weaknesses.We want the public to other The right to protest unfair and unjust treatment is clearly
to know both sides of our story. so that together we can regions. established by the Birmingham movement. Other individualsand
A high point of my trip was the tour of the predominately
take pride In our accomplishments and together solve our
have judged the effectiveness of the protest route
groups
will have to
Negro areas. They are proof that the new South
problems." That's the way good schools can be maintained and deal with some serious problems before it can move ahead. I and consider it the thing to do. They cite the gains made in

insured. saw rotting shacks with peeling roofs and walls. conditions Civil Rights as a prime example of its effectiveness. All the
Faculty-parent committees have been at work in each school
than of the I've in Vietnam. No coun-
worse some villages seen
preparing reports on problems and needs, which will be dis-
call itself civilized and still permit people to live in
try can
cussed at open house observances and forwarded to the school
of its effectiveness. All the
such squalor. Civil Rights as a prime example
board for analysis and long-range planning.
Despite the intolerable housing conditions of the city's poor, protest demonstrations we now find in progress were born in
"We feel that these reports will serve many purposes -- there is very little public housing, and no housing has been Birmingham in 1963. It guarantees the national attention these

they will get people involved in the problems and needs, which built by non-profit groups, although the federal governmenthas people are seeking for their cause, whatever it may be.
will be discussed at house observances and forwarded to
open programs which will advance such groups at very low Interest -
the school board for analysis and long-range planning."We rates to build new housing for low-Income families. I agree whole heartily with Dr. King in saying five days Is

feel that these reports will serve many purposes. In fact, South Carolina and the rest of the South are far behind a small price to pay. The five days represent his refusal to
they will get people Involved in the problems of the schools in making use of federal money and programs to which lease and desist as directed by the court. Who among us can

and, at the same time, give the school board and the adminis- they are entitled The state's welfare allowances are half of really say what the results would have been had he obeyed the

oration a look at the needs as viewed by the poeple who are the national average, although some $3 million are available court? It could have spelled finish to a movement that is now
actually serving in and being served by the schools." explained from Washington if payments were raised to the national stan- considered the American way. Although it is considered the,

Dr. Hall.In dard. I can't understand why these states are willing to see American way the right to protest is being used in all the cor-
addition to open house activities, individual schools are their tax money flow to Washington without applying for the ners of the earth. Protest demonstration have become the in

planning special displays and exhibits, essay and poster con- programs which can bring that money back into the state's thing throughout the world, and it all began in Birmingham.LET'S .
tests, speeches by community leaders, special football half- economy.I .

time shows and other activities. was thrilled by my visit to two neighborhood centers for
Daily themes for the week, which tie in with the master underprivileged children. I wish that everyone who is fond of

theme "how Good Are Your Schools?", are: Monday, "At attacking the war on poverty and the programs of the Office of
Shaping the Character of Youth?"; Tuesday, "At Meeting the Economic Opportunity could visit these OEOsponsored cen- L-\;
Challenge of Change?" Wednesday "At providing Quality
; ters. I saw bright pre-school age youngsters ,singing,
Teaching?"; Thursday, "At Stimulating Lifelong Learning?"; and learning in these Islands of joy In the midst of blighted -LJ% TALKPOLITICS'
Friday "At Developing Vocational and Saturday
Competence? ; neighborhoods.And .
"At Enriching Human Life?" '
they were integrated. Blue-eyed blonde children were
Winding up the week's events will be open house at both
holding hands with Negro children as they played their nursery
North and South campuses of Miami-Dade Junior College Sun- school games.I couldn't help thinking that the potential of these BY NORMAN E. JONES,
day, November 12, from 2:30: to 4:30 p.m.
youngsters was enormous, and that if these youngsters couldbe
helped to avoid the despair and hopelessness of poverty,
they could build a new South,a South of justice and prosperity The Tampa NAACP SituationWe
"LITTLE SCHOOL" IN EXISTENCEThe These children are learning a lot In the centers; they are indeed -

Neighborhood Educational Cultural Centerette for Your getting a head start in life.But among the most valuable will break Into the Tampa mayoralty series temporarilyto

Children, or Holmes primary 'C' School, or "Little School"is things young white and Negro children are learning is to get comment on the current attempt to organize a second branch

now in existence. Emphasis is placed on"Young Children"and along with each other. They, are learning mutual respect and of the NAACP in Tampa.
"Little School" because that their similarities are greater than their differences.Thisis
the
program is being organized The insulting! telegraphic reply by Gloster Current,national
the most lesson that the
to provide learning for important new South --- and the nation -
experiences children
who range from NAACP director of branches to the committee whoare seekinga
four to seven of must learn if we are to free ourselves of that hate and .
years age. racial mistrust that still poisons charter for a second NAACP branch in Tampa, has assumed
The staff Is anxious to us.
develop another good school for your nationwide attention.In .
children In our community school where children will learn
to play, work and benefit from many medical, social and edu- denying the group a charter, allegedly on the subterfuge
cational services. Phil OssoferGoing that one of the group C. BlytheAndrews,Jr., Editor of the

The staff Is presently attempting to organize a Community Florida Sentinel Bulletin, has "racist attitudes" is of coursea
Council of interested parents and persons who will assist in out for a walk? Be ties occur during darkness? rank untruth of the greatest proportions, and flirts closely
developing a good school for the community. careful] A car may get you. In Pedestrians should be seen with "character assination.

They feel strongly that with their teachers fact, before taking that walk and not hurt, so at night wear
their psycholo- The well known fact that and other .petitioners -
Andrews
Mr.
be sure your insurance is paidup light-colored clothing if
gist child you
development specialist, visiting teacher counselor
staunclksupporters of the
are long time members and
to date. Another
doctor, nurse and teacher aides precaution want to stay off the traffic hit
things for they can do many outstanding would be to become a driver parade.Of NAACP, that they strongly supported NAACP activities In ma-
our children.
Agenoria young yourself, if you are not one al- the adult pedestrians terial and other ways, that they strongly supported Robert
S. Paschal head of the staff of the school locatedat
1175 NW 67th St. ready. Statistics show that killed in accidents, 23% had Gilder for the presidency of the Tampa branch in the last elec-
nine out of every ten pedes- been drinking, proving that alcohol tion, that without their support Gilder would have not won, that
trians killed in traffic have will pickle you but not they collectively represent many years of active participation -

WE OFFER OUR APOLOGIESIn never been licensed to drive. preserve you. In fact, there's in the community, civic, economic, political, religious,

our column last week a typographical error made our dear Proves you've got to know good chance it will liquidate fraternal, professional, educational, social activities, belies
in the "racist" charges of NAACP National Official Gloster
order to outwit
your enemy
departed friend Jack Bell,a communist instead of a columnist.The .
(and maybe outlive)him.It also> you.Over one-third of Current.
pedes-
good that this man did for all the people of this community
certainly doesn't put him in that wrong category. seems to prove that the walker trian fatalities in cities occur The fact that these citizens of Tampa sought a charter from
who Is car-less is careless. when the victim is crossing the the NAACP, in or de r to work through established"respect-
This and other interesting street between intersections. able" labeled
changes instead of seeking a charter of the
statistics were reported in the Watch out. each street has "militant" of Cur
MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE organizations further points to the fallacy
October issue of the Florida three sides. .left side, right rent's baseless charge of "racism" in denying this groupa
MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY AAA Motorist. For instance, side and suicide. If you get in charter in the NAACP.

APPRECIATE DOING BUS (NESS WITH YOU. did you know that two out of the middle it may be your end]
every three pedestrians killed Walk when i the light is green,, When government and private efforts on every level are en-
THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. in traffic violated some traffic Walt when it turns to red; devoring to establish a closer, more realistic and fluid com-

PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM! law or committed anunsafeact Remember; when using your munications with the Negro masses, particularly the youth

? -That- more than one-half feet, group, why does the national NAACP office use this "concern
of all pedestrian traffic fatali You should also use your head. of the Tampa group" as a basis for the denial'of a charter?







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OFFICE OF ECONOMIC ....l Gibson Leads Fight For
[ News ,
OPPORTUNITY Legal

I' Miami Beach
Commentary r Services EmployeesPay

By John A. Diaz -
J. By Gwen Cherry
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Center Attorney RaiseCity
DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, A MAN OF GOD IN JAIL J P .

Spending time 'In jail is nothing new for the Nobel Prize win- employes of Miami i workers and secretaries, and

ner, Dr. Martin Luther King. But serving a Jail sentence is The Right To MarryOur ,Beach are seeking a raise of those In the 'jerk departmentand

something that a Nobel Prize winner does not often do. seven and a half percent in the public works.

dally newspapers have recently been concerned with incidents pay. They complain that, with The memo Councilman
Unfortunately, Dr. King's imprisonment will not do the civil of couples of different racial backgrounds applying fora cost of living rising,they haveto M a Ie k received opened with

rights'movement any good. But the highest tribunal the na- marriage license. Both couples were refused unless they pay additional taxes and the following words;

tion hawfcoken, and it is beyond the purview of this writer to signed false affidavits. Despite the landmark Virginia Case higher prices for necessities "This is to humbly advise

crfttftitThe Supreme Court for upholding what a local court which put an additional finan- you that when the majority of

ha Jjaesed judgment on. Statute unconstitutional, our Florida statute remains on the cial burden on them. the employees received the '2

., books unchanged. There are only two ways to change the law. 1/2 pay Increase It was actually
It is to be hoped that Dr. King will accept his Imprisonment One, is that the State Legislators may strike or delete a law a decrease in pay, and, more

philosophically, as be is a man of God. contrary to the law of the land from the Florida statutes. The Important, purchasing power.

second way is that the couples involved have the burden of tak- The cost of living has all but
There art only a few men who can speak with great author-
ing the Issue into the Courts. This is the nullified the small minimum
and procedure being us-
ity on for the civil rights movement. Though all of them
ed in the two in the Dade raise and
cases pending County courts. many employes
are clothed with the power that derives from a disciplined fol-

lowing, none is so eloquent as Martin Luther King. y taking home less money than"

The confusing part of the law is that one would think once the prior to thtsso-caUedraise.
There is not a'single Negro exponent of civil rights who is Supreme Court has ruled a state does not have the right to leg- Signed by Gibson, the memo

vested with quite King's moral Influence.None,of course, has islate who should marry, then all states having such laws on hinted that among the men he

had his training and experience. He is a professional man-of- their books would automatically delete these laws. But that Is represents there are"grumb

God, and he follows in an old, revered tradition of religious not so. If the legislature did not see fit to outlaw the statutes lings" In regard to the fact

leadership.That then the responsibility rests with the courts. that some employes were excluded -
when the city budgetedin

tradition, which was dying until Dr. King revived it, the last raise.Councilman .
Court litigation often to be costly lengthy and a ted-
proves ,
embraces many types and a variety temperaments. Nat Malek said that
ious This makes Justice to be almost unreach-
Turner, a seer and mystic, though given to violence, was of process. appear he didn't know where the city
able to and delayed for others. It has been well
some unduly
that tradition, too. (A new book has just been published titled. would obtain additional raises
stated eminent that "Justice is often Jus-
delayed
by an Judge
"The Confessions of Nat Turner." Read it, If you have time.) JOHN GIBSON for the general employes.Said .
tice denied." For example, if the parties did not have the fin-
Malek "We have already
-
,
Harriet Tubman, too, was of that tradition. He was called ancial resources to pursue their cause and the,lawyers willing The spokesman for the adopted, our budget. We
to defend their rights then they would be barred from workers is John Gibson a
"Moses" for leading many slaves out of bondage, and there- per- have no where to go to get this
fore, had a price of $40,000 on her head. marrying In Florida. A right the Supreme Court has ruled individuals sonnel representative of Em- kind of money. I believe this
now have'and no state has the privilege to denying ployees of the city. He hand-
would Involve haU a million or
Though both Adam Clayton Powell and Martin Luther King them this right. ed the memo to CouncilmanJoe "

are baptist ministers, and the sons and grandsons of Baptist Malek last Friday.It more.
Gibson feels the city could
ministers, no two men could differ more; it is only in,a sense The first action filed was behalf of ex-GI from Fort Lau- was a request that all em-
use the money that wouldhave
do they share the tradition. derdale who met and fell in love with a girl from Panama. A ployes, with the exception of been used for the Democratic

few weeks ago he challenged Florida's law against mixed marriages the policemen: and firemen,
Former Representative Powell is a worldly minded man, a Convention bid. The hurricane
Michael DiMaggio, 23, said he was refused a marriage who received a five per cent
practical politicial, whose activities and often profane utter- license by Dade County officials last week when he and his fin- pay raise, be given a? 1/2 per contingency fund or the disability -

ances pertain to civil rights have on many occasions embar- ance, Nedia Cota, 21, declined to sign an affidavit that they cent across the board salary reserve fund could also -

rassed the cause.Dr.-King, on the other hand, joined the move- longed to the same race. Earlier, they had been turned downin boost. be used, according to Gib-

ment under religious and moral compulsion and as a dedicated Broward County. The couple charged that the state law cited But City Manager Jack Duf- son.Someone mentioned strike.

amateur. by marriage license bureau clerks in turning down their appli-
field said in a statement after- "Strike," answered Gibson,
cation is in violation of the Constitution.
U. S.
Unlike Dr. King's equally dedicated colleagues in the long- wards that the re are not "How could we strike when we

established organizations, such as the NAACP and the Urbani enough funds" in the budget can hardly afford to catch bus

League, he had no plans except prayer, no policy except love. They pointed out in the suit that the Supreme Court struck meet the pay hike sought by the from Miami to go to work over
down a similar Virginia law in June.Named as defendants were city garbagemen, custodial here." ,

THE SLUMS IN WHICH CRIMES ARE BRED County Judges W. F. Blanton, George T. Clark and Frank B,
Dowling, who have jurisdiction over the marriage license bur-

It's difficult to eradicate crimes in the slums found in all eau. The suit was filed by attorneys James W, Miller and Peter Phil Ossofer I
Nimkoff. They asked that a three-judge panel rule on the con-
the major cities and some of the smaller ones. In the squalid

buildings, battered frame shacks,near the sleazy taverns, stitutionality of the state law. Last week I pointed out the tality occurs Is borne out

that's where crimes are bred. dangers of being a pedestrian by another statistic; That one-
Attached to the suit was a letter from Florida Attorney Gen-
using the statistics report in half of fatal accidents of all
eral Earl Faircloth to Escambia who asked
an County Judge
Discriminatory practices among employers are responsible the "Florida AAA Motorist. types were accidents involvingjust
him the in if he
after Supreme Court ruling the Virginia case
for slums. Slum dwellers are poverty stricken because,employment The October issue also gave one car. Think about that
should issue license for mixed Fair-
a a racially marriage.
agencies and personnel departments in businesses some interesting statistics on for a moment. It becomes ob-
cloth told the judge that he did not wish to offer an opinion, but
where numbers of accidents. vious that our on the
large people are employed, save the jobs single-car traffic carnage
suggested the judge would be wise to let the couple take its ar-
with the high salaries and better working conditions for the Studying 5200 single-car road could be cut down greatly
gument to the courts. The attorney general pointed out that the
white people. accidents the AAAAraerican by having a rider along.
,
Florida law, in addition to providing penalties for the parties
o How does one to
Automobile Club) f9und Jthat arrange
to mixed issues license fora
a marriage makes who a
Crime minded individuals are not developed overnight. They anyone your chances of being lnvlye& have a rider with him? I think ;
marriage subject to fine and imprisonment.
were born in an environment of hopelessness. The damage to inasingle-ca -acc'identisabout 1ts quite simple just make

their minds was done generations ago; now it's only a repair 2 1/2 ti nail r'ffyoll sure that God Is riding with

job that we can do. Mr. Nimkoff said the state of Florida has no cause to demand are driving alojn$ A% driver f' you The story of religion re-

information on the r a cia 1 background of a n individual. who has travele 10De'6nloDgtrips veals that we are never alone,

What can help In reducing crimes is more policemen, in cars "Maybe in some isolated occasion a government may have a I call visualise the dang- at home, in the street or on

and patrolling on foot in crime infested neighborhoods; gainful legitimate Interest in knowing, but marriage isn't one of then:1 ers of driving' alone. Unless the road. When one becomes

employment for idlers; streets with brighter lights; and pro- Whether she (Nedia) is a Negro or believed to be a Negro is of one stops frequently for rest conscious of his Creator, he

per punishment by the courts of repeaters in criminal cases. no business to the State of Florida or any other state when she and refreshment, the mind becomes is never alone.

seeks to be married." a bit hazy and the re- It Is interesting to note that

flexes tend to slow down, as if the 15-24 age group is the most

ORCHIDS AND BOUTONNAIRES under the influence of alcohol.At dangerous category for
The U. S. government has been asked to take legal action high speeds it takes buta single- accidents, while
I .sY against Florida and any other state that still bans interracial middle Is the least
.sN split second (in which time age dang-
marriages by Marvin Davies, field director of the tate the mental processes laps erous. Since the impatience of

NAACP. Davies also requested Florida attorney General Earl from the effects of fatigue), to youth often rejects religion,
, Faircloth to rule on the ban in light of a recent US Supreme
swerve off the road. Should and since we tend, in later
r I Court decision which killed a similar law in Virginia.
e I there be a tree, utility pole or years, to become more con-

I ; bridge right handy, the trip scious of God, it would appear

will be over .. In this worldat that mlddle-agerswhoseemto
Your failure, to reconcile the Supreme Court decision with least! The frequency with be driving alone must have a

I existing state statutes will continue to create a dilemma, which this type of traffIcfa-: Companion aboard.
Hft Davies said in a telegram to The Attorney General.


t
FATHER GIBSON MRS. GLASSER MR. PEPPER

t The other couple's action was filed by Attorney James Merchants who advertisein

the Matthews. The parties are James Van Hook,a Negro and Liane
Congressman Claude Pepper, Alabama-bornNorth
Peters, who is white. It has been alleged that the young lady
Florida-reared Harvard-educated gentleman, who has been
involved is presently pregnant. Delay in this Instance will real- The Miami Times are
; color blind racially, for his efforts now to find Negro high
ly an undue hardship. Waiting result in an illegitimate -
prove may
school students to enter these academies, Air Force, Naval,
child being born. Therefore, we hope for an early and
and Merchant. '. favorable ruling by the Federal Court, making unnecessary telling you they appreciate

1 to take it to a higher Court.A .

The men and women in the Coconut Grove area, for their doing business with
I liberal contributions to defray the funeral expenses of the four
II
Major children that perished in the fire recently. cheerful note in last week's news was the white Canadian

,,' ". '.;,J o; socialite who married a Negro lawyer. Roslyn Georgia Hees, you. They are courteous
,
color 25, youngest daughter of George Hees, former federal trade .
Mrs. Louis Glasser, for her no line administrative minister, was married to Durward Murphy Taylor, 31,Negro

r work as president of the Greater Miami Urban League, and her member of a Washington, D. C. law firm. Hees, a Conservative dependable. Shop where
in the civic activities in the black belt.
participating member of Parliament and a contender in the party's re-

1 cent national leadership convention, gave his daughter in mar-

I Father Theodore Gibson, for his concern\ with the welfare riage. Among the guests were E. Davis Fulton,former justice you are appreciated!

of his racial group, by leaving 10 stone1 unturned in his constant minister, and George Drew former natonal Conservative leader. -

efforts to better their conditions. .


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Attorney Henry Arlington's longtime secretary is now Mrs.
Ruby Curry Morton and a native of Rhode Island. BY PRISCILLA REDDING
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Congratulations to Farley Neasman Jr., Garth.Reeves Jr., --
Nick Rock, and William Oliff,for.being the first Negroes taken Martin Memorial AME Church is sponsoring a Women's Day
into the Key Club. All are students at Miami Central High. Calendar Tea, Sunday, November 5, at the church, 3:00 p.m.
The Rlnkeydinks held a social tea last Sunday at the palatial a wonderful occassion is anticipated. The community is in-
home of member Ann Lindsey Packard. A large group attended vited.
the event which was enlivened aby music of a progressiveJazz The Martin Memorial Family will celebrate their 15th an.

combo. nual Women's Day November 19th. General chairman, Mrs.
Inez Faircloth Nunn is down from Detroit to check on her Laura palmore, and co-chairman Mrs. Maxine Ford.
mother who is 111. Miss Kathleen Johnson is in process of finding the two

It certainly was a real nic gesture to see so many people daughters of Mrs. Mary Dean(deceased). If you know where
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from all walks of life contribute to the burial expenses of the "_ "11. -- Mrs. Ella Mae Johnson or either Mrs. Myrtis can be located.

four untortunate Major boys. Recital Florida Please contact: Mrs. Kathlen Johnson 6-D Fort Village, Key
For
Beatrice Richardson attended the homecoming activities at Benefit West, Fla. 33040 or Miss P r Is c ilia Redding 14620 Polk St.,

her alma mater, Morgan State, last weekend. Miami, Fla. 33158.
Memorial CollegeHarolean American Education week will be observed during the week
Friends and relatives are wishing Brother Ezekiel Rolle,
who is recuperating from surgery at Cedars of Lebanon, a of Nov. 5 thru 11th.
This year's theme is "How Good Are Your Schools?" Daily
speedy recovery.The Storr and Arthur of, Dr. Edward Graham, well
themes, starting with Sunday,Nov. 5 are:Shaping the Character -
Evans combined their musical known Metropolitan tenor.
HUman Richardson of Messers Charles Taylor, Ben talents in a benefit recital for Mrs. Storr's most recent of Youth? At providing Learning Opportunities for all?

Somerville, Mass., were re- Clarke, Crandell McLeod and Florida Memorial College, on vocal instructor is Dr. Paul At Meeting the Challenge of Change? At Providing Quality
cent house guests of the Edwin Mr. Sam Mar k m a n of NewB. Monday, Nov. 6, 8:00 p.m., at Csonka conductor of the Opera Teaching? At Stimulating Vocational CompetenceandforSunday -
Rogers of Opa-locka.Their York City. Mt. Sinai Baptist Church,47th Guild of Greater Miami.In At Enriching Human Life?Schedule of events for the F.C.
visit here marked o Martin Elem. are as follows: monday, 11-6, PTA Meeting
another and ;
Ter. 7th Ave., Rev. Cleo addition to her work as a
milestone in series of Tuesday, 11-7, Parent-Pupil Dinner; Thursday evening and
a plan- Albury, Jr., pastor. teacher, Mrs. Storr has gen-
ned rendezvous to keep in Delightful was the eveningof Mrs. Storr, a native Miamian erously supported many Friday Morning Assembly Program.
touch with each other. Saturday, Oct. 28, at the is the daughter of Mrs. religious, .educational and Visit your child's school Nov. 5 11th.
Mr. Rogers and Mr.Richardson home of the Elmer Kent 2471 Agnes Stuart and Rev. H. V. civic organizations in this The Garden Club met at the home of Mrs. James Crawford

first met in the armed NW 67th St., when friends ga- Stuart, pastor of Saint Mary's community. Past perfor- (Alma), 14520 Madison St., Oct. 28th.
forces during World War n. thered to chat with their house Wesleyan Methodist Church. mances have benefited Florida Guest attending the meeting were Mrs. Woodroe Franklinand

They served together in the guests and relatives who have She is an alumnua of BookerT. Memorial Collage, Carver Mrs. Edna Jones. The years plans were finalized. The
European theater of action. spent several weeks lathe Washington High and earn- YMCA, Emma Lazarus Club monthly game was won by Mrs. Oscar Jefferson.Refreshments
This was beginning of their city. They were Mr. and Mrs. ed the Associate in Arts De- sponsored Nursery in Israel were enjoyed by all.
"D a y m 0 n and Pythas" type James Wright of White Plains, gree for undergraduate studyat and James E. Scott Day Care Prayers go with Mrs. Mayme Tarlton fromCincinatti
friendship. By sheer coincidence N. Y.; the prominent policewoman Florida Normal Memorial projects. who is ill at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. Mrs. Tarlton is the
each was born in the Velma with her husband Collage and the Bachelor of mother of Mrs. Mayme Williams.
South Carolina, and has a wife John Hughes of Stuben- Science degree from Hampton Arthur Evans, an accom- Mrs. Maurice Johnson McCall and relatives are thanking her
whose given name is Mabel. ville, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Institute. While at Hamptonshe plished and efficient accompanist many friends who has been and still are being so kind during
While in the city the Richardson Frank Washington also 0 f held membership in Zeta is a native of Macon, her Illness. She is recuperating at home after surgery at Baptist
were showered with Stubenvllle, Ohio. The Wash- Phi Beta Sorority, Student Georgia and a graduate of Bal- Hospital. God Bless each and everyone of you.
gifts and shown many courtesies. ingtons will retire in Febuaryand Christian Association, Alpha lard High School. He receivedthe
To end a week of recalling take up residence in our Kappa Mu Honor Society and Bachelor of Arts Degree in '
f nostalgic experiencies, relaxing fair city. They have purchased ,song with famous Hampton Music and French from More-
shopping, sightseeing and a home in the Liberty City :Choir. house and the Master of Arts

getting the proverbial sand in area. Guests gave them a She has continued her edu- Degree from Columbia University -

their shoes; the Rogers hon round of welcomes. Mrs. ,cation at the University of MI- iii-
ored them with a fabulous din- Washington is the cousin of ,ami in early childhood educa- Mr. Evans holds member-
ner party in their well apoint- Mr. Kent. !;tion and studied in the Opera ship in phi Beta Sigma Fra-
.
ed home. Guests were Atty. and Mrs. Workshop under the directionMr. ternity and Phi Mu Alpha Sin-
Attending were the JosephL. James Matthews, The M. T. fotila and is now serving as
Kammers from Miami Sweeneys, Sr., Joseph Crobin, chairman of the Music depart- ;ltTj', : !r .,
Beach; the George Stuarts, Frank Stokes, Rudolph Pul- ment of Northwestern Senior
James E. Lucases, Harry loms, Ernest Moores; Mmes. High. He is a valuable assetto
Nabbies, H. L. Tuckers, Hilda I Randolph of Roanoke,n our community and is in
Thomas Pearls, Lester Mc- Va., Willard Marshall,Luther constand demand for performances -
Kelvins, Eugene E. Kemps. Alford, Ruth N. Polite, Ludelle which benefit all areas
There also were Mmes Col- Belle, Rosa Sovelle, Willie of Miami.His work in Dade

leen Pinder, Lillian Eve,Ruth mae Murray; Messers Wil- County has attributed to the r Y t

Singleton, Walker, Ruth N. liam Acree, George Powell, success of many, talented
Polite, Doris Williams. and Nathaniel Johnson. young people. He directs the MEDIA AWARD Mrs. Inez Kaiser, Kansas City,

activities of the vibrettes, a received National Association of Media Women's Out-
well known choral ensemble. standing Media Woman of the Year Award, during convention -
I YWCA Membership Tea Nov. 12 The Vibrettes will appear on at Waldorf Astoria. Award was presented by
this program. Plan now to en- Mrs. Rhea Colloway, New York, National organizer and
The Northwest Center something, the time comes Joy an evening of music and founder president of the organization of women in Mass
YWCA Neighborhood Ladies when good wishes and cordial make a financial contributionto Media.

cordially invite you to attend words are not enough and your Florida Memorial College. .
their Membership Tea Nov. hand reaches for your pocket -

12, from 4 p.m. until 6 p.m. It book. Then the fun begins. For Allen James Benjamin MMUABLI COUPON .
will be held at the Northwest giving is fun. U you refuse to 1 1
son of Mr. and Mrs.A.J. Ben-
.
Center YWCA, 5100 NW 21st give, your support is wavering has the PIONEER BENEVOLENT 1 1
jamin, passed EnglishBar
Ave. Chairman for this affairis ; and if your support wav- SOCIALITE CLUBThe 1 1
Finals. Mr. Benjamin a
,
Mrs. Mae Foster and Mrs. ers, it can't be that you believein former student of St.John's 1 1
Mattie Barkley. These ladies that something in any strong / 1
College, Nassau graduated in
,
p
Pioneer Benevolent So-
,
have been way. Maybe our membership
workJogdUJgentlytomake
1
1963 from Sir George Wil- 1
books after all offer cialities thank the various
this a gala affair. the hon-
We at the Northwest Center est list of those things in whichwe lias University, Mont real, clubs, friends, as well as 1 ,, II
with a B.A. degree in Clas-
YWCA need desperately really believe. guests, for participating in our 1
your support -
sics. In 1966 he completed 1 1
monthly party sale.
please
help by join-
LL.B. degree with Honours "Hats oft' to the winner of
1
ing your said YWCA.It 16th BIRTHDAY PARTY from the University of London our round trip ticket to Nas- BUR.CEH.CflSTLE. II II
was by Kenneth Irving II
and will be called to the English -
Brown that Giving is Priscilla Angelena Thompson sau, Mrs. Louellan Adderley, 1 I
Bar during the Michael
fun." He went on to say that if celebrated her 16th birth 1361 NW 61st St. 1
mas Term at Middle Temple.Mr. .
you believe in something, you day, Saturday, Oct 28 with a Mrs. V e n 0 1 a Simpkins, I
Benjamin will be return-
in her honor her president and Mr. Clifton 1i I
support it. If you support party given by ing in late November of this
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Artis year. Humes, business manager. 1 I
(Elaine) Ready, at home, 8700 .
MISS TEENAGEROF NW 14th Ave. The 60 teenage 1 II
guests danced from 7:30 p.m. WIG & 1
THE YEAR until midnight. The guests included EXOTIC FASHIONS BEAUTY SALON :

Auxiliary Board No. Two of Janice Clarke, Bar- 1 1i
Greater Bethel AME Church, bara Clarke, Ralph Godet,Sidney MISS EFFIE & MISS DELORIS KING 1 1

invites you toattenditsAnnualHarvest S t ra c h an, Montgomery Form.rly with Cae.or'. Beauty C.Ubrlty Lounge

Sip and presentationof "Monty"Bahamas Bowe, all from Nassau WIGLETS WIGS FALLS NW 58 St. at 7 Ave. I
Miss Teenager of the Year, ; Anthony II
Sunday, Nov. 12, 4 6p.m., at flumes, Alexander Groves, WIGS ALL 100% HUMAN HAIR (Across from Shell's City)
4150 NW 7th Ave. Contestantsare Beverly Royale, Sharon Introductory Offer$24.g5And 1

Miss Linda Atkins from Roker, Marion Sanders,Garth FREE MANICURE 1 1
Greater Bethel AME Church and Rachel Reeves, James"Glgi' I 1
Fries
With shalllpoo & press $3.50 Bag or ;
and Miss Yvette Robinson Grant, Nick and Gwen INSTANT CREDIT R.loxer CE
from Mt. 011 v e tt e Baptist Rock, Nathaniel Ollif,William TERMS shompM & Set $15 & up \ ; Small Milk Shake 1

Chruch. Page, Una Deveaux, Alvita For Beauty Salon Appoint* "
Brown Clarence Elliott CALL 625-0441
or to see our wigs of horn 1 On the single purchase of 1
Lillle Manuel Farley Neu-
John Me r rick founded man, Lottie Brown, Patricia 15980 N.W. 27th AVE. Earlie or Later 1 ANY GIANT SANDWICH 1
North Carolina Mutual and
Campbell and many other OPEN TUES.-THUR. 10 A.M.-7 P.M. Appointments by 1 (Burger Roast Boof -Fish Ham 'n-Cfitoso) 1

known Provident as North Association Carolina, today Mu- friends. A wonderful time was FRI. 10-8-SAT. 10-6 Appointment Only! 1 THIS COUPON MUST BE PRESENTED 1

tual Life Insurance Company. enjoyed by all. LOSED MONDAYS- - - - - .-


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t Florida Memorial College Included In Fund I


The United Negro College Wllberforce, Ohio, and Florida ception -- every regionally
Fund today expanded its mem- Memorial College locatedIn accredited, private Negro col-
.I bership from 33 to 36 pre- St. Augustine, Florida, but lege and university In the
pia dominatly Negro colleges and in the process of moving to United States.
I universities It was announced ,Miami, Florida. Florida Memorial College,
I by Dr. Stephen j. Wright, the The three Institutions educate affiliated with the Baptist
Fund's president 2,500 Negro students and Church since Its founding In
I The three new affiliates, to bring the combined total en- 1879, offers a liberal arts and
8Y STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING r be participating members of rolled at the Fund's member bachelor of science undergra-
the Fund on January 1, are; colleges to more than 37,000 duate program.Dr.R.W.Pur-.
LINE-0-TYPE RtNATIONAL Claflin College, Orangeburg, Negro youth. The Fund now year Is president of the college -
S. C.; Wilberforce University, includes -- with one ex .
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Phi Beta Sigma, IncorporatedState
( of Florida) will convene in West Palm Beach this weekend -
at the Holiday Inn.The Greeks'National
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I IThe
confab has been ticketed for Our Town come

December 1968. Robert Goddey of Fort PRESIDENT _..___.__ .. .u. _.. .
Lauderdale Is prexy of the Grecian Gods.. VISITS
Jackson Memorial Hospital employee for 8
years Clarence Woods (the last 4 in Out Pa- State International F & AM
tient Clinic) was recently presented "The Masons Exalted Degree De- t
1967 Ebony Civic Club Award" plaque "for partment held their State
exemplary service in curbing juvenile delinquency -, Council meeting here last .y
." The award winner's wife, month, at the Providence Hall.
Geraldine.. a JMH food service worker for Visiting our fair city to attend
two years, Is his most avid supporter during the project. the meeting was Sir Knight
Ernest Sowell, national president -

NOTES ON A NAPKIN: City commissioner M.Athalie Range from Detroit, Michigan.
3 to 1 to be elected. .. Ditto Mayor Steve Clark a 2 to 1 favorite While here Bro. Sowell stop-
for the mayoralty.<.Mrs.Lloyd Burnside In from Nas- ped at the Hampton.House and r -

sau last Friday.. .Eddie's Dive-in owner Smiling Eddie Pitt- Villas.
man better Eartha Kitt and Bryan 0Bryne holding hands
?'? ? Miles Glenn in from Tuskegee, Alabama to see his mo- r

ther Johnny (Slick) Ingraham will return to the Fish Ray
calypso group in about three years time. lie's a former star DIXIEGOGO
bongo hide beater for the outfit.


SALT WATER TAFFY: Louis Armstrong in from Honoluluand WIGS

feeling much better says Ed Sullivan,. Cyril D. RobertsSr 4659
N.W. 7th
AVE.
r e t u r n e d to his adopted home of Youngstown,Ohio after
visiting his mother Henrietta Sweeting. Johnny Locklear PHONE 758-1281
(serving a 30-day sentence) celebratedhis 54thbirthday in the
City Stockade October 28 his first Miami arrest, he says, WORLD'S FINEST

since his entry here 32 years ago,. Mrs Leroy (Ossie) Smith 100% HUMAN HAIRWIGS Mary Arline Chapter No. 99, O.E.S. held its Chapter Unveiling Service on
down from Jamaica, Long Island, N. Y. to join hubby who's Sunday, Oct. 5th at the Day Spring Baptist Church, NW 30th Ave. and 62nd St. Rev.
allready here visiting his family. W. M. Davis, pastor of First Baptist Church of Brownsville/ delivered the sermon and
Deacon Henry Jefferson, president of the Sunlight Pall Bearer Society No. 99 deliveredthe

THE WEEK'S WASH: Former entertainer.emceeFrankLa- consecration prayer. Many chapters and lodges were represented as well as many
gree wife Helen (she's a JMH registered nurse) I hear, lost other distinguished guests.

her baby after six months .. Sammy Davis wantsto
pregnancy. Officers seated left to right: Adgnoe Bradshaw, Worthy Matron Marvin
,
entertain In Vietnam and may go soon. Mable Thomp- Worthy Patron and Mary James Mcintyre
Associate Matron. Members n'aht'
standing, left "
son's daughter Billle Thompson-Ivy(Poinciana Park school- to
Jackson, Parolee Livingston( Juanita
rTjOIWHHthy Gfce
In Christian Memorial after auto accident Barry, Josephine ,
mama) recuperating / Grand
( Matron Linda
Mary
.Mills Brothers on the popularity rise again At- 9! Parish, Ruby Denson, Robie Mcintyre, Emma Lee neToven; leFt "right, Katie
lantic Social Club's annual Fall Dance booked for November 29 Johnson. Barry and Bertha

17 Dunbar elementary bids farewell with hurrahs and hal-
lele jahs today(Thursday)to retiree Rev Bragg L.Turner, P.E. i
instructor.
IN AIR FORCE

STUFF AND SUCH: Transfiguration's choir lark, talented
BASIC TRAINING
young Allison Clarke may have to enter hospital for nasal con-
gestion She'sthe daughter of Fr and Mrs Elisha (Julie) Clarke .
Tyrone G. Days, 1967 grad-
Steve Gibson and the RedCaps at the 7 Seas nightclub and
uate of Northwestern Senior
lounge.. Nassau calypso band at Pier 8 (5707 SW 8th St) High School Is now in basic
Leslie Uggams' "Hallelejah Baby" grossing 57G's weekly.. training, at Lackland Air I.
George Arnold Clarke (he's Mr AgnesJarrettbirthdayedOctober -
Force Base, Texas. He Is the
2'1. Margie Evans-Oliver's son Glenroy seriously ill
son of Mrs. Ellen Days Bent-
in New York City..John A. Diaz to bigger and better Miami
Beach quarters. ley Beauty, co-owner Salon. of Glamourama


SWEETS TREATS: The column's bravos and orchids to vet- \AWIGLETS \ /At11ieN xTAll ,
eran police officer Willie JamesCalhoun,who,despite his im-
maculate policeman's attire(observed troubled motorist while
}
t 1
passing) maneuvered his private chariot into reverse and altho RANGE KICKOFF
the task proved arkward complicated and required much dexterity
RALLY
he single handedly produced the essentials, projectedthe r'Toir '< 4QQ
required skill and finally put new life Into a dejected ALL WANTED $ I I

motorist, whose stricken vehicle had faltered in heavy traffic. COLORS FROM I I uP. Wed., Nov./I 8
And I do hope Chief Walter Headley, his boss, reads about it I fUIlMAi' \ x-=

here. Beautiful FALLS 8 p. m.FIREMEN'S.

MIAMI MUSINGS:Tops In Pops:The national list of top sing : =t: Worthy,Matron Adgnoe Bradshaw,. center;
le pop records for the week,says UP,as selected by Billboard LET US TINT YOUR HALL charter of the Mary Arline Chapter No. 99, 0. E. 'Y"I I
Magazine on th basis of air play and sales: 1. "To Sir,With WIG OR HAIRPIECE 2980 NW_ S. River Dr. Grand Matron'Mary Linda Arline, left, and /
Love' Lulu. 2. "Soul Man" Sam and Dave 3. trict Grand Matron Katie Crenshaw, right.
Heart" The Soul Survivors. .5. "Your Precious Love" -' ProfessionalHair I
Marvin Gaye and Tammy Terrell. Look Alikes: Comedian Styling
George Kirby and Milton (Butterball) Smith of WAME. .:.. Glamovr WIgs"The ISLAND CLUB2nd

WIGS Ay. NW
CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Miami Times New York para- Wig' with the Permanent Process"

grapher Jimmy (Scoop) Bethel down from his Brooklyn lair CLEANED & STYLED Now 2 Locations CHARLES COON
last Monday.Scoop's weekly musical pillar(with that New York' $500 ; Pr.i.ntiTHURFRI.SAT.SUN.

beat and Harlem tempo) unveils to scores of readers an informative 108 NW 62nd STREET 754-5401 .
m ti-ii .L1 ? ;.,
piece on people, places andpukhrltude- the Jimmy 2812 NW 22nd AVENUE H OLLYWOOD Smokey 007&
Bethel way Cleora Webb la from upper New York state WIGLETSCLEANED The Exciters

last Sunday night. Milton Felton peddling his usual broad & STYLED Wigs Falls Wiglets IraidsALL. HAIR. Calypso Show
.
smile to friends despite the loss of his devoted wife Esther .
HOMEOWNERS NO MONEY DOWN Direct from Nassau
:
who passed a few short weeks ago. Transfiguration's annual $300HANDLEBAR ADMISSION
"10 Best-Dressed Women" affair will transfer this 1967 MUSTACHES ALL OTHERS: LOWLOW"!! DOWN PAYMENT : $1.00

outing from Opa-locka's PBA hall to Cloverleaf Lanes Teen AND GOATEES AVAILABLE

Center, 1760 NW Second Avenue.This 1967 edition will featurethe f : rnr::::, .,<.'; /. : ,;
:
Les de Moiselles models of Fort Lauderdale and the Epis- HIS & HERS & WILDMAN STEVE
copal Churchwomen have penciled it in for November 24. Presents '

That's it brother, from your one-man-newspaper, who_knows 'MATCHINGWIGS
everybody and everybody's racket, but who could hepyou that Tonight & Every Night Till 5 a. m.

Madam Mamie McCollough Is checking out of town Saturday for FLOOR SHOW & DANCING Y '
Los Angeles to visit daughter and family the Russell (Frankie) 1
Waltons and son! 2998'WE Turf Double Deck Bar

w 79th Street & NW 7th Avenue ;'
(Frank Sinatra Filmed Tony Rome Bar Seen Here)
In 1870 Hiram Revels, first A machine for lasting shoes FINANCE THE FABULOUS "OPEN HOUSE" SUNDAY
BLUE
Negro to serve the upper houseof was invented byjanE. Mat- I NOTES 2 Bands 7 p. m. S a.m.
4699 N.W. 7th AYE.
congress took the oath of the zeliger, a Negro born in Dutch Plus James Knight Orchestra Featuring Teddy Washington Complete Show
United States Senate. Guiana in 1852. WE SHIP



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Negro Named To Charter Review BoardJoseph I


J. Poitler was appointed floor of the County;Court Catholic-Church and a membei r chairman of the political action -
by Metro Mayor Chuck house. of the Dade County Academyof committee of the Young
Hall last Friday ,a member of Poitier, who is also member Medicine. Democratic Association, of
the Metro CharterReviewBoard. of the City of MiamiCItIzens Mrs. Poitier has taught in which Earl Carroll,insurance
He is the first Negro Advisory Committee, the Dade public School System executive is bead.
11 li/ named to the board .MS. : since 1947 and is now a teach.: Carroll, a former political
tJ Y MAIItII: BONDU Th Charter RavleVfeoard ,tlt.wo J4J (p 1 .1.i for of basic?.educatic&at, Dor, Candidate,\ was a moving spirit
.. '
Is studying proposals' to Greater Iiai l la.-* v. ley Juniof)lIgb rt.J r. ., that sparked the CRB's cr-
*!
change the system of Metro, per jddpf IrSnsitJon'as. the area 12, cndBernadette, l ; nar, rent B to d,. Poitier suoeeds
I am back, after allowing Mayme to write this column, I commissioner election.. grows .;:. we must examine ed Holy Redeemer Parochial Joseph Gardner, who was appointed
thought I'd better take it back,cause she was getting too good. As a result of pleas of our values perhaps School. by Hall three years
I'm glad she did the column for me,because I've been awfully spokesmen for Dade Negro we haven't caught up with the Poitier serves also as ago.
busy for the past two months.She did a fine Job, and one of the groups that they be given a growth. Certainly the CRB has ---------- -
reasons she is no longer writing for or with me is because she better chance for race member a great responsibility in this
has taken a new job with the Miami-Metro Department Pub- to be elected to the com- regard."
licity and Tourism. As I understand it,her Job will be to promote mission, the study was launched. With a lifelong friend,Sam-
Greater Miami and seek conventions for Miami. believe uel Johnson as partner, Poi
that she is the first Negro woman employed byany city South 'The groups believe that tier owns three drugstores at In t,
of in this chance would come if commis- 1101 NW 3rd Ave., 5720 NW
Washington, D. C., capacity,and I am hoping that
other cities will employe qualified Negroes in their publicity sioners were elected within 17th Ave., and 6750 NW 15th --'
departments. This is another first for Miami. districts instead of countywideas Ave.A. Person :
at present.The native Miamian he attended I .
Have you heard these Evangelists on radio (mostly on -
Sundays) ? ? ? They claim to heal what ails you, and ask you 43-year-old Poitier is a Booker T. Washinton, II
to send a cash donation. All you have to do is touch the radio pharmacist. With his wife, before going to Florida A & M THE AMBASSADOR
and you feel better. Some say "send your money to me and Josephine, and two children, University, and then to the ArI I ,<.
OF JAZZ
he lives at 1835 NW 32nd St. 1
I'll send you a message that will make you almost rich. Lets my.He
look at it the He will take his seat 0 n the is a graduate of Xavier
way I see it. If 99 people send $10 each, that
is $990.00. You get the message to playa number in Cuba, or board at 7:30p.m.Wednesday, University in New Orleans. A
what have.you, and each person gets a number from 1 to 99. Nov. 8, in the MetroCommis- veteran of World War II, a
When that one person hits, he tells his neighbors how he Invested sion chambers on the 10th membe r of Holy Redeemer Louis Armstrong
$10 and made a bit. But those other 98 are out of $10. r
The day I send $10 to anybody to be told a number, I'll have
hair on my toenails. I have heard of people sending their last HelNlrlck bras Sees Slendingleautifnl 1 NIGHT ONLY 2 HOUR SHOW

hard earned money in the belief that they are going to have
some plush hotel and riding in a fancy car, wearing $200 suits.: aid Slighted Miami Miami Marine StiditNi
I have always said that if they know so much, how come they
don't play it and make the money themselves. I am only tellingyou Hendrik J.Berns,editor and He plans to carry his cam-
this so that you will be aware of how some people are be- publisher of The Independentwho paign directly to the peoples Monday Nov. 13 a .
ing taken with this hogwash. Save that $10 this week and $10 is running for a Group :3 "because I belong to those who* ,. .
next week and so on for seven weeks,and you will have enough Miami City Commission seat, lack the financial resources to'
money to let yourself "hit." Now, I am not saying that a 11 said this week that he stands campaign by other means." Tickets available at Burdine's downtown or
Evangelists are alike.There are those who go into the above all for an end to the two "Furthermore," said at Miami Marine Stadium
Churches and hold revival meetings to save souls. This is an Miamis. Berns, "it is the people I am
Evangelist. _. or Disciple ... these others are out there for "We have lived long enoughin interested in and have been Interested GENERAL ADMISSION $2.50
what they can get. If you believe in this sort of thing insteadof a beautiful and blighted Mi- in throughout my RESERVED SEATS $3.50 AND $4.50
the power of prayer, keep on believing what they tell you. ami. The time has come to newspaper and radio career
If you don't, then stand in line with me. Nuff said! make the two one,and believe and so I want to go directly to For best seats send sell.addressed*! stamped envelopeto
we have enough ingenuity, resourcefulness the people." :
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Clydette Killens (Clyde in and talent in Berns spent ten years with Winky/ Productions
Drag) this community to do that.' The Miami Herald, five with Miami Marine Stadium
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Henry Witherspoon(Dade Co. Berns is also for an expanded The Miami News and has been 201 Rickenbacker/ Causeway
Deputy Sheriff) and better paid Police De- heard over WMBM WGBS, Miami, Fla. 33149
VIP OF THE WEEK: Mrs. Jeanette Moody (McAllister Hotel) partmeit, because "the only WIOD and WKAT since comingto
way to fight crime> is to shar- this area 20 years ago.
As you noticed the pretty girl of the week was Clydette Kil pen the tools you have.Our po-
lens. Well he overdid himself when he was announced, and licemen should be paid in pro
made his entrance at the big Hurricane Boys Ball on Halloween portion to policemen of simi r
Miss Clydette was dressed in a gold beaded wrap lar communities elsewhere,
around drape dress, with gold shoes, hose, purse and gloves. so that we can draw more man-
Her beautiful Brown Mink stole looked good with her beautifully power to the Department.."
styled brunette wig. Her make-up was flawless, and Miss The same,Berns said,holds
Kill e n had finally reached the height of her ambition to true for the Fire Department,
steal a show from all the "girls"Honey,her "knockers" "Here too we must come up to
would have put Jayne Mansfield to shame if she were alive to national standards as far as
see them, One late comer gentleman was so taken by Clydettes pay is concerned. This is a
beauty that he offered marriage on the spot,and Clydette bash- matter of enlightened self-in
fully replied, "I'll never marry one man and make him mis- terest because it concerns our
erable, when I can stayaslamand make them all happy." All safety and our protection"
jokes aside, Clyde is a successful promoter and his success Berns stressed the need for
comes from the fact that he is"with" his customers. When he an accelerated urban renewaland
gives an affair, he goes all out to give his customers a grand housing program, possibly -
time, and that is what they had Tuesday night at the Knight with the help of private interests -
Beat. as well as a massiveJob
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Tragedy has befallen one of program for all those who
our very good friends, Vera Williams.She returned home this can be and are willing to be inJected -
week to bring her son, Billy, whose mysterious death is being into the mainstream of
Investigated by the New York Police Department.Our sincere productivity.
condolences to Vera and family. We know the heartbreak of .' rte :
losing a son, and this was her only child. She can be reachedat > <' r:'
2360 NW 66th St. Did you know that there are new ma* FICTITIOUS.NOTICE
chines installed at the Airport(on Concourses one and three)
that will give you a box of foreign currency with tipping guides NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
and a converter for the country you are traveling to? Well, if that the undersigned,engagingin
you are going to the Bahamas, Jamacia, The British West Indies business under the name of a
Argentina, Brazil, Equador, Mexico, Portugal, Spain, AL KINSEY'S HIDEAWAYBAR I h
Venezuela, Columbia or the Dominican Republic,you put a $10 2222 NW 79th street, MI-
bill in the machine, and get a small box with an equal amountof ami, Florida, Intend to regis-
money for the country you are going to, in small bills and ter the said name w It h the
coins for tipping, taxis, etc. We are the first major city to Clerk of the Circuit Court of
have this new inovation, so take advantage of the convenienceof Dade County,Florida,and with
it. Why is it every time Jackie Kennedy(wife of the late the office of the Secretary of
President) goes out, talks to, or has lunch with a man, some- State. Dated at Miami, Florida
body tries to make something of it ?? ? I feel that she shouldbe this 20th day of October 1967. '
left alone to live her life. She is young, lovely and human,
and has a right to have friends of both sexes. She would look FEDERAL GROUND It's to
a pleasure serve
awfully silly going to a dance alone, and if she were always BREAKERS CORP. great you.
accompanied by a woman friend,they would try to make some- Thomas Davis, PresidentOct.
thing out of that A few years ago, it was Princess Mar- 20, 27, Nov. 3.
garet, now Jackie. We simply adore her for being the person Come to see me.
she is, but I say, even though she is news, let's not be nosey
about her affairs That is it for this week. Till the next RANGE
one LIVE LIFE EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT. i RALLY KICKOFF You will get Quality Merchandise,


I SUPER SOUL CONTEST WINNER ANNOUNCEDJames I

Jenkins of 1501 NW the top ten records and an interview Wed., Nov. 8 and Always Service With a Smile.
93rd Street is winner of the on WMBM. 8 p. m.
WMBM Super Soul Contest No. Runners up were Delores .
3. Jenkins picked numbers 2, Donald of 1475 NW 6lstSreet, Leon
4, 6, 1, 3,7,8,9, 11, and 12 apt. 20, and Leroy Williamsof FIREMENS: HALL
as the top ten selections in the 2146 NW 69th Terr. Each 2980 NW S. River Dr.
poll and won first prize of received a copy of the top rec
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I I Round About
II I Grand of
Opening i
Acting Talent Wanted


\. II Club Man Restaurantand Talk
\J ... ........ \< : t BY JIMMY "SCOOP"'BETHfk'iSCOQP .
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For ,' BETHEL IN )i.dAUI.-LucWeHcmrd,57NW/ 57th

tsf.","..Bli Birthday Party a treat."Saturday night,Oct. 28 .
'\ The Charley Johnsons(s ets the former Delores Adder ley)
lounge 156th St., Opa-locka, still acting like honeymooners. Mrs.
All Negro Motion PictureType Ronald Bethel (former Rose Mary Clark) pretty Sun-land
Training Center hostess..Virginia Key's life guard, Walter
Lee Barnett, on the corner of 8th Street and 2nd Avenue Sa-
4811 NW 27th Ave turday night.(Later at the Continental) Richard L. Hines
Casting Male and FemaleAll (Bethany SDA Church) honor guest at Mt. Pisgah last Sabbath
Types Needed "AU a son canoe/ is what Mrs. Oglinnle Ray of 245 NW
13th St., said about hersoncley Otis Johnson, 63 S. Walter
Bring Photo Register at Ave., Trenton, N. J..."Buster"Eddie T01l1ver(Harlem) nowa
MONDAY NOVEMBER 6 1967
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batchelor Nassau, Bahamas, beauty Sandra Heastle, a
HOURS: 6 A. M. 1 A. M. DAILY god-daughter of the Jacksonville William De Vaughn Sweets...
A retraction. --Lorraine Marche and Eddie Bethel is an Item.
Imperial Hotel Specializing in: I .. Picture girl is Lorraine Marche of Nassau, Bahamas .
I I Laverne Scott (Bethany beauty) a very lovely nurse. .
50 NW 8th STREET FINE FOODS "Bobby" Robert Hunt, "a man on the move," recently took
over ownership of the"Pony Stable,"(AU Baba Ave.). He Is
3-6 P. M. SATURDAY, NOV. 4 COLD BEER AND WINE owner of Hunt's Barber Shop and manager of the Northside
Hotel.
Uleas Lee & Sam Jinks ProprietorsDoris
NO PHONE CALLS ,
ASSOCIATED GROCERY CORP. NAMED THREE NEGROESTO
Young, Manager FOREMANSHIP -Joseph"Henry" Bowles of 2121 NW
.
47th Terrace, foreman over the warehouse; and Joe Lewis
to
I Johnson and Earl Sheppard in charge of shipping-- a first in
Miami Stanley S wee U D I."one-maD-Dewspaper columnist -
/ looking youfig and cool.

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PAT JONES MARLENE BOWLES

SPOTLIGHT ON MIA M I JACKSON H I G H TEENS.-The
Jackson football stars beat the Carol City Chiefs at Miami,
Dade Junior College Stadium Thursday night with a score of
r', pU 18-6. The Miami Jackson band put on a tremendous per-
formance ..Around the grandstand while the teen girls stood,
1 P digging their grid heroes, there were cute Patricia Jones and
James Lane, a lovely item. Eula Bones and Ruby Humes
1 and Larry with the "Three Is a crowd' romance. The
sharpest "two in a shell"were Brenda Johnson and Cleve. .
Marlene Bowles, "a campus cutle" Carol Joseph, a fox
t'S ; : Daisy Evans carrying the torch for Marvin. This Is Scoop
i, Bethel saying, "Time and tide wait for no man. C-U-NX-WK.;



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PICTURES PresentsSIDNEY JAMES CLAVELL'S: Production of

POITIER TO SIR, NE.'ISTERS:

topping his roles in "A Patch of Blue"and "Lilies of the Field"!
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SCREENED AT 1:00: AND 10:30: VC.I

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HIT, LUV .STARRING JACK LEMON { WILLIAM DIRECTED CREFE JOSEPH PRODUCED FINK BY AND JUAN NIOUCO-6ATO
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12 THE MIAMI TIMES.. Friday. ., November 3, 1967

,1' ; Clark Urges Industry To I


Give Jobs To Youfh


rpjrrG overnight.But we don't resentatives of the Mlami-
In order to improve job opportunities plished
Dade Chamber of
for all Miami have to wait for improved Commerce,
to improve Job oppor- official of the Florida State
Steve Clark is housing
youths Mayor
Employment Service
tunities foryoungsterswhoare and
proposing a voluntary Job ready for the first steps school officials to begin plan-
training program. citizenship.As ning now for this much-needed
toward good
Said the mayor as he unveiled -
initial step, I am pro- service.
plank No. 3 in his election an
training This program can be
"We must continueour posing a voluntary Job mutually
platform;
this fall beneficial to our business
aimed at elimi- program to begin
programs
nating those aspects of our en- which will seek the support of community and our youth.
in While the youngsters train for
vironment that contribute to our business and industry
the problems of Juveniles in providing part-time on-the- summer Jobs, and even for
Job training now and summer careers, they will become
our city.
Programs such as urban renewal employment for high school productive members of the
next community and business interests
and more and better students year.
f I' q ti 't ?9 "51iti; public housing are long range To Inaugurate this program, will gain "a young and
'work
A y5 1 t fl + t meeting ofrep. eager force.
a
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John Griffin American Special thanks to the Gar- turday, Oct. 28, to benefit the
Legion Auxiliary No. 165 denia Circle, Royal Twentiesand Posts Building Fund.The public -
held its annual Christmas gift Chapman Boards for their is invited. A
party Oct. 19, at the home of gifts brought in by Mrs. A. M. Come go with us to St. Paul
the president. Harvey. Thanks to all. AME Church Sunday, Oct. 29,
Friends clubs and mem- John Griffin Post is spon- at 11 a.m. service.
bers of auxiliary and post, soring a dinner sale at the M. Montgomery is presi-
brought beautiful gifts for the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. dent and M. Daniels, p. R.
three VA Hospitals in Fla. Forbes, 2140 NW 99th St.,Sa- chairman.
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I (Miami Couple Complains Of t.it .


Gas Station Rest Room lias

Complaining that a gasoline and his wife desired to use the reason we believe usage of the ry
station on 27th Avenue in MIami rest rooms of the above men- rest rooms would be denied. ,.. xM )4 n T.i,
denied them the use of the tioned Standard Service sta- "An immediate change of
rest room, two weeks ago,Mr. tion. Use of the rest rooms was company policy to all presentand
and Mrs. Rassie One,of 20511 denied. However,we have pur- potential customers of this ; 4
h NW 34th Ave., Miami, have chased gasoline and other auto Standard Oil station now wouldbe >
written complaints to the Bet- supplies at the station the strongly suggested. The 6 .
ter Business Bureau of South past and by no means, felt usage station is located in a rapidly f x"
Florida; the Standard Oil Co.; of the rest rooms would be changing area and we hope this ;
the Miami Herald; the Miami denied. letter will not be taken with a ( '
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Times, and the company oper- "Multiply this incident by grain of salt. !
ating the service where the Incident 50 or 100, and realization of "The time for action now,
occured. loss business is quicklyseen. and we hope that you can as-
Stated the Oces in their let- The fact that my wife andI sure us that this will not hap- /3.q Ls 5 r
ters; "On Oct. 8, the writer were Negroes, to us, is the pen again." '6 4 s sto

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I I Willie Fort Named Manager Of


Firestone's Edison Center StoreThe MIAMI NEEDS

appointment o f Willie
Fort as manager of Fire- IIT Y y IYI
stone's Miami Edison Home
and Auto Store was announced ". JERRY STERN!
this week by'C. B. Taylor, .:
manager of the company's
Miami sales district.
Fort has been serving as an 'I
assistant store manager for 44
the past six months at the West "
Hollywood Firestone store in .t''
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ing ahead at Firestone since he r
Joined the company as a mem- ',IY :"\
ber of the 1966 Management
Training Class,' said J. S. / heartily Urge

Heuss, manager of personnel ,1 M rlY
for The Firestone Tire&Rub- --- 4iF Y r
ber Company Willie Fort (left), manager of Firestone's
'Following his assignmentsas Edison Store, demonstrates to a customer some of all friends toVOTE ,
a staff assistant, retail my 1A
features of Firestone passenger car tires. Fort, in -I Y
sales district Fort quickly months, has demonstrated outstandinb ability with
demonstrated his knowledgeand stone, according to his superiors.sales .
ability of becoming a successful -
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store manager con- district as a staff assistant attended Lincoln High Schoolin Ilh
and then retail sales 'y.I .r.r"'. '
tinued Heuss. as Gainesville and Gibbs ,
'At Firestone, capable manager and service of the ,Junior College In St. Peter- :: :,4 \" Attitu JlUtit
young people, like Mr. Fort, Northside store in Miami until burg, Fla. He earned his bach .... "
have unlimited opportunities late 1966 Fort, 26, was selected elor of science degree in busi : }
for a successful and challenging in January 1967, to be a ness administration rom
career/ Heuss added. store manager trainee and in Florida A and M University in
In March 1966, after com- March, was promoted to 1965, majoring In economics. FOR
pleting the Firestone Manage- assistant store manager of the
ment Training Program, Fort West Hollywood store. The Forts have two
was assigned to the Miami BOWL Waldo.FJa.. Fort_ children.


CAl'S JERRY STERNFOR
RESTAURANTBreakfast
RANGE KICK OFF

Lunch Dinner RALLY
Steaks Sea Food
Chops Chitterlings
"Food At Its Best" Wed., Nov. 8

PHONE: NE 3-9316 8P.M.FIREMEN'S. ,' ,
James & Nealie Youngblood, Props. I ': I

6010 NW 22 AVENUEAir HALL
Conditioned 2980 NW S. River Dr. Miami Commissioner
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THE MIAMI Tl ME S. Friday November 3. 1967

RANGE SWEETING MUSEUM RAHMINGS


Mrs. Hattie Jenkins of 1271 GROUNDBREAKING The public is cordially SET invited George Z. Monroe, a retir-

II CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I II NW 57th St., died Wednesday, to attend the GroundBreaking ed employee of the City of Miami

Oct. 25 in Jackson Memorial Ceremony of the Water Dept., was found

Hospital. She is survived by Sweeting Estate located 2148 dead, Oct. 25 He lived at 369

her daughter, Eddie M. Jack- NW 4th St., Fort Lauderdale, B NW 13th St. He is survivedby

CARD OF THANKSWe CARD OF THANKS FRANCIS son; one son, Daniel; twelve Sunday, Nov. 12, at 3:30: p.m. one daughter Mrs. Louise

grandchildren; twenty great- Guest speaker will be Rev. Whitehead; three sons,George
the family of the late Billy Williams of 1275 grandchildren; one g rea t- of and William
The family: at'the late. Edward T. Graham, pastor Jr., Issac ; one
Grant Ave. New York died great grandchild.. Funeral of 13 six
LEONIE LEE OLEAN ADAMS Mount Zion Baptist Church sister; grandchildren;
Oct. 14. Services were held services were cnducted Mon- Miami. great grands. Funeral service

acknowledges with gratitudethe Wednesday, at 1:00: p.m. at day, Oct. 30, at 3:00 p.m. in Co-chairmen are, James were held Wednesday, Nov 1,

many expressions of sympathy Ebenezer M. Church, Rev St. Luke Baptist Church. Gardener Mrs Albertha at Temple Baptist, with Rev.L. .

made during their A. D. Hall, officiating. Sur- Aden, Herbert Davis, Herbert A, Thompson, officiating.
bereavement cards, telegrams Wendell Martin of 1961 NW
vivors include his mother, C. Long and Noah Meeks.

flowers, donations, Mrs. Vera Williams; his father 5th PI., died Thursday, Oct. Mrs. Colene Waters of 795
visits and comforting 26 in Jackson MemorialHos-
t personal Charlescarey; a grandfather ALBERT NW 61st St., apt. 4, died Oct.
words. pital. He is survived by four
Sam Rolle; several Mrs. Ruth Sims, 541 NW 12 28, in Jackson Memorial Hospital -
Especially do we thank Fr.A. brothers Robert James
aunts and ,
uncles. St., died Oct. 29. Among her She is survived by her
1 Dear Vicar and the Theodore and Frederick
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Mrs. Leola Jolly of 1540 NW survivors are, very close husband, Charles; mother,
members of the Church of the sister Agnes Miles. Funeral
2nd Ave., died Oct. 29,at Jackson friends. Arrangements are incomplete Mrs. Adlene Smith;five children
Incarnation friends and services will be conducted on

neighbors on 72nd Street; the Memorial Hospital. Thursday, Nov. 2, at 4:00p.m.in patricia,Darlene, Edward
Funeral services will be held
2118 NW 51 Walter, and Charles.
faculty of Douglas Elementary St. Peter's African Ortho- Qullla Boynton,
Thursday, Nov. 2, 7:00p.m.. Funeral services will be held
St. died October 26.Among his
School; and the Rahming Fun- dox Church. ,
eral Home and staff. Rev. A.D.Hall officiating.Re- survivors are, four brothersand Saturday, Nov. 4, 2:30 p.m. in
mains wil be shipped to Dothan
the
May the blessing of God be Alabama Friday morning for Mrs. Mable Burger of 1243 three sisters. Arrange- chapel.

EDDIE (SONNY) WILLIAMS upon you and remain with you. final rites., She is survived by NW 62nd St., died Friday, Oct. ments are incomplete.
James Mathis of 1603 NW
wish to sincere 27. She is survived by two cousins Elder Henderson Lloyd,
express our The Family three sisters Alma Owens
5th Ave. died Oct. 25. He is
,
thanks and appreciation to Mrs. Marie Wallace and 1761 NW 47th St.,died Oct. 24.
Emma
L. Holton and Ida Mae survived by his mother. Mrs
Ethel Underwood two Funeral services were con-
many friends who were so kind : step-
to us during our bereavement.We CARD OF THANKS Black; one brother, Elijah daughters and sons-in-law, ducted Monday from the Holi- Gladys Mathis; one brother;
Bass one niece Ressie Mae
; ,
four sisters. Funeral services
Deacon and Mrs. ness Church of Florida.
are indeed grateful to I I" Johnny Cooper
you for all deeds of kindness 1 :"" J. Mrs. Elean Patterson' of and Mr. and Mrs. stab He Is survived by wife, Johnnie will be held Saturday, Nov. 4,
ii," 1445 NW 1st Ct., apt 10 died Mae two In the chapel, at 11:00 a.m.
visits, florals, telegrams, Barnes. Funeral services will ; sons; one step-
cards and food. Oct. 28, at Jackson Memorial be conducted Saturday, Nov. 4, daughter; sisters and brothers -
< ; Hospital. Services were held ST.. JAMES BAPTIST
Our special thanks to Rev. r ." at 3:30 p.m. in the Church of .
| Wednesday, Nov. 1, in th Nathaniel Jones 3340 NW ENTERTAINS UNION
Christ.
,
W. E.Sims,officers and members ,
of New Hope Baptist ( ;. 'I: chapel, Rev. I. C, Mickens of 212 St. Opa-locka, died Oct. The Ministers and Deacons'

Church. '<'-'Ii' ficiating. She is survived by Mrs. Alberta Andersm of 26th. He Is survived by wife, Union of Atlantic Coast Bap-

May he rest peaceand i" :;:;.. two sons, Lee D.Williams and 5820 NW 17th Ave.,apt. 6,died Sylvia; mother, Mary; three tist Association Rev H. W.

may God's richest blessingsbe \ \ ,) Willie Harris. Sunday, Oct. 29, in Jackson brothers, L. J., Eddie and Moss, president, Deacon A.J.

always with : ;' Memorial Hospital. She is L. M.; six sisters, Malinda Hanna, vice, met with the St.
you. ) James G r e e n of Chambers survived by her ,husband
Louise Bynes, mother Copeland, Ella Mae Merritt, James Baptist Church,corner
John Bynes stepfatherF. Quartersln Princeton, Fla., Thomas, Sr.; four sons, Bertha Bell, Ethel Moore, NW 2nd Ave. and 49th St. last
died Oct. 21. Remains were Thomas Jr. Willie Albert
E. Howard grandfather ) Marie Williams and Tressie weekend.
Anthony Williams, son shipped to Pensacola, On oc- 9nd Joseph; two daughters, Blair. He will lie in repose in The welcome program was

Clyde Fritz, uncle, !t\\ tober 31. He is survived by his Dora Whitaker and Annie Jordan the Opa-locka Chapel Fridayat interesting, with Deacon

Olivette B. Ross, Aunt ,,. wife, Agnes. ; a sister, FrancisAbram; 2:00 p.m.Funeral services Horatio Johnson as masterof

Annie Mae Muldrow, aunt ---. -- a brother. Jessie Williams. Saturday. Nov. 4. at 2:00 p.m. ceremonies. All the sessions -
MEMORIAMIn
Grand aunts, uncles and MRS. HENRIETTA HEPBURN IN Her remains were shipped on from Bethel Penacostal Holiness were inspiring, and

other relatives. who departed this life Oct. 6 loving.',memOl'Jof.,- Thursday to Waynesboro, Church in Liberty City. challenging messages were
where final rites will be
conducted BAIN'S delivered by Rev E. J.Clark,
1967 takes this method to express -
Rev. Adam Rutherford and
Funeral services for Mrs.
our gratitude to the
IN MEMORIAM neighborssaints' : .t Beulah Gardiner of 1765 NW Rev. I. W.Heli>urn.Alternates.

In loving memory of friends many for the cards letters : Rubin Johnson 5320 NW 24th 66th St., were held Monday in were Rev. Joseph Smith, Rev.

'J telegrams floral pieces, and, ,.,; Ct., died Sunday, Oct. 29. He the chapel, with Rev.A.D.Hall Vernon Moss and Rev. L C.Micktns. .
,
r'. ';;: is survived by his wife, Annie officiating. .
donations. "
f
Special thanks to the neighbors !"' four children' Dianne,Harold, Funeral services for William Choirs appearing were ,
'
Wanda and Alvin seven bro- those of Mt.: Olivette *
; Temple
of 67th Street Bishop R. Henry Patterson, of 3885 ,
:
B. Davis and members of tll'' : thers, Martel, Sammy, Henry, Charles Ter., Coconut Grove Freewill Baptist and Star of
( Ellis Elmer, Edward and Mango Bethlehem.
RIdgeway Church of God of ,' ;. ". ,n>' t were held 'Thursday from the
Prophecy, Bishop John New- ; five sisters, Mary Miller, Greater St. PaulAMEChurch, Pastor J, L.Johnson and his

kirt and members of Brooklyn, Annie plumer, Bessie Coleman Rev. T. E. Wright, officiated.He members gave the union a fine

New York's Church of God of Nathalie Henry, and is survived by'his mother reception. The next quarterly

Prophecy, Bishop Arnold De- Dorothy Williams Funeral Ammanda, four brothers, one meeting will be held at St.

meritte and the Miami No. 1 \ services will be conducted on sister. Peter's, Perrine, ev. Vernon

Church of God of Prophecy and .. I' Saturday, Nov. 4th, at 12:00at Mrs. Alice Mae Allen of Moss, pastor.
L ...
.,. ... St. James AME Church.
4 Its choirs,Rev.Bell and members 18000 SW 105th Ave., Perrihe,

of Church of Our Refugeeof SAM MOSS Mrs. Ella Rae Johnson of died Oct. 27, at Cedars of Lebanon DID YOU ENROLL

Opa-locka and the 1621 NW 1st PI., apt. 6, died
Range who departed this life Oct. 27 Hospital. Mrs. Allen who FOR MEDICARE?
,
Funeral Home and its efficient 1963. Monday, Oct. 30. She Is sur- along with her husban,

staff.It vived by a daughter, Patricia George, operated for Beneficiaries who missed
"There is no death many
although
was your deeds of kind- Fullwood; two sons, Morris years the Allen Wood yard and their first chance tobe cover
we grieve
MRS. PAULINE WOODS ness and thoughtfulness that When beautiful familiar forms and Lawrence; Mr. and Mrs. vegetable business,sheis also ed under the Doctor Bill Insurance
made Aurelius Peterson two sis part of the Medicare
our sorrow bearable. that we have learned to love ; survived by her son George,
who departed this life Nov. 6, May God bless each of you. Are torn from our embracingarms. ters, Della Peters and Dorothy Jr., ten grandchildren and four program will soon have another

1965. Deacon John A. Hepburn, Anderson; two brothers sisters Funeral services opportunity to enroll.Oct.

Dear mother, it's been two husband and family May his soul rest in Lucious and Harry Anderson. were held Friday,from Christ 1 will begin a general enroll-

years since you left us. It and the light perpetual shine peace Funeral services will be conducted Episcopal Church, Fr. Theo.R. ment period which extends

seems as if it was yesterday. MEMORIAMIn upon him. Saturday, Nov. 4, at Gibson, officiating. through Dec. 31, 1967.
Your space will never be fill' 10:00 a.m. In the Chapel. During this three-month

ed. You kind words will loving memory of the late Mrs. Olive Rodwell, cousin Thomas Sanders of 3267 ceriod individuals, ,, fil nr rwor. .
never ------ -- -- ,
Mrs. Martha Store Funeral services for Eddie William Ave:, Coconut Grove
aunt who failed to enroll
be forgotten. We love but previously
you, And family (Sonny) Williams was heldSa- died Oct. 27, at Doctors Hos-
God loves best. Mother or whose coverage was
you turday, Oct. 28, at New Hope pital. He has no local survivors terminated
sleep on and take your rest. for nonpayment of
CARD OF THANKSThe long period of Illness which however a friend Mrs. premiums, may apply to the
brought his death Inez Smith is In charge of
Tuesday, ar- social
Sons and daughters family of the late security office.
: Oct. 23, at 5:30a.m..at Cedarsof raogements. Services will be Individuals
Mr. Lorenzo Rogers BEULAH who apply during
E. GARDINER
Labanon Hospital.He leavesto held Saturday, at 2:00 p.m. In this special
Mrs. Eliza Barfield enrollment
period
wish to sincere
express appreciation mourn his loving devoted the chapel.
Mrs. Lula Stephens will not have coverage until
and thanks to all of
wife, Thelma; one son Anthony
,
1
Mrs. Pearl Rogers July 1968. Therefore
pre-
their friends and relatives for
; a mother, Mrs.Louise Mrs. Lisa Sawyer of 1868 miums will
Mrs. Essie Bush not be due until
the kindness shown during Bynes; two halfsisters of NW 71st St., died Sunday,Oct. that time
Mrs. Louise Griffin
Mrs. S. B. Burn ,;. their hour of sadness. Washington, D.C., Mrs. Marie 29, in Jackson Memorial Hos Mr. Blonston also pointedout
Joyner and Mrs. Francis Minor She is
pital. survived
by a
that
and grandchildren :t1"I CARD OF THANKSThe hospital Insurance is
; two stepchildren, Mrs. Patricia daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth free and requires
family of the late Burke Turner and premium.
Edward Longley; a grand-daughter, The premium is only for doc-

IN MEMORIAMIn EDDIE (SONNY)WILLIAMS HI A. Burke, Jr., two aunts Evangeline Hall; a grandson, tor bill Insurance and the
HI Mrs. Betty Ross and Miss ,
William
wish to extend their deepest ; eight other grandchildren amount of the premium is

sad, but loving memoryof ---n LPHA' "' .. appreciation and many thanksto Annie Mae Howard; one uncle ; sixteen great grand. matched by the Government.
HUMES Clude Fritz a grand father children
; one
great-great
my dear sister, their many friends and relatives ; Write, call or visit your local
who departed this life Nov. 2, for all tokens of remembrances F. W. Howard; two grand grand child. Funeral services social security office for
aunts. will be
EUGENIA B. SHIELDS 1966.May during their hours of conducted Saturday, more specifics on the medicare
God and father, while I bereavement. Nov. 4, at 10:00 a.m. in Holy
stray far from home Mrs. Lena Etta Griggs of Redeemer program and what it
who departed this live Nov. 2, my onlUe's Special thanks to Rev. Simsof Catholic Church.; means to you.
1966. rough way, o teach me New Hope Baptist Church 2991 NW 45th St., died Tues ,
from heart to day, Oct. 31st. She is survived -
my say, "Thy
Precious ,memorieshowthey jnd j the entire staff of Cedarsof
will be done!" by four daughters, Mattie
Lebanon
linger How they ever fill Hospital. ,
'ny soul. Renew my will from day to Death plays the cynical role Byrd, Annie McCloud, Eula LINCOLN MEMORIAL PARK

day; Blend It with thine, and in the Griggs and Mary Leefivesons
drama
Gone, but not forgotten. of life; and we
take away all now that makesIt Charles,Andrew, Oliver
become
never
used to its performance 3001 NW 46th STREET
hard to say, "Thy will be and James Griggs, Roosevelt HE 4-4197
Sadly missed by;( though it Is alwaysthe
done!" Gareett; a brother, Washington
same. May'cod bless each
Akers 'seventeen grand
Mrs. L. E. Thomas, sister Mrs. Aurella Adams and of you. children. ;Arrangements are E. JOHNSON. "MANAGER, OX-1 ,9199lA

and family. family Thelma Williams, wife Incomplete.


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 3, 1967 17

"Family of the Year" AwardAt

I

Urban League DinnerThe


Rev. Bruce L, Robertson four years. She is also a for- together and rub elbows with tf ISA I-5131
minister of New Coven- mer national president of the one another, it inspires a cooperation -
ant Presbyterian Church, is Council of Urban League that challenges the
chairman of the award com- Guilds and is a member of the bigots of white supremacy and
mittee of the Greater Miami American Association of Uni- the militants who shout'Black
Urban League that is seekingthe versity Women.In Power" Prices Good Any Day for
Negro family worthy of an exclusive statement "As a 11te-longeducator,"
outstanding recognition as the Miami Times, Mrs. Reid continued Mrs. Reid, "I well The Next WeekTENDER
"the family of the year."This said: "The Greater Miami Urban remember the three R's:
annual award will be a featureof League's ninth annual reading, 'riting and 'rith-
the Urban League's Equal observance of Equal Opportunity matic. And surely the better- CHICFRYERS
Opportunity Day Dinner on November Day will be more than ment of the Negro in Greater
18, at the Deauville Just another dinner or a social Miami will not be sped by
Hotel, Miami Beach. Nomina- get-together. If it were of no teaching a new set of three R's;
tions are invited and should be greater significance, there rancor, riot and revenge.THIS WHOLE ONLY LB2SFRESH
sent to League's offices, 395 would be no reason for its being boes not mean that the Urban
NW First St. Its prime purpose is to League is backing away from
Rev. Robertson points outUut promote Negro and white its attack on racial discrimi-
social standing or pollci- understanding and the goal of nation in Jobs and housing. It PORKNECK
cal achievement are not the equal opportunity for every- means that we want to attack
criteria for selection. The one."When racial discrimination in Jobs BONES LB. 12t45t
family couldbe your next-door a thousand men and and housing. It means that we r ,
neighbor. A family that has women, Negro and white, ordinary want to attack in non-violent, "
lifted itself up by its own boot- citizens and those in organized way.And an essential BOSTON BUTTPORK
straps, as the saying goes.A positions of influence in busi- of that is the cooperationof
family that has faith in the Almighty ness education and govern- fa I r-minded whites in all ROASTREALLY
but also the determi- ment, sit down to break breadSedition areas of human relations." GOOD EATiN' !?'
nation that God helps those who
help themselves. A family
instilled with the spiritof
group one for all and all for one. Law Killed
This year's co-chairman of TURKEY BACKS .14t

dinner arrangements are by Federal CourtAnother
Charles B. Potter, a vice
president of Burdine's who has section of the Ken- permit, disorderly conduct, GENUINE
been a leader in promoting tucky law against criminal and loitering. They likewise
equal Job opportunities for syndicalism and sedition has voided Kentucky laws against BABY SPARE RIBS -49t
minority groups, and Mrs. been killed by a special U.S. vagrancy and banding togetherfor
Maude K. Reid who for three court. The ruling grew out of unlawful purpose.
years has held a position with marches for open housing
the Dade County Board of Edu- which shook Louisville last DIRR'S GOLD SEALWIENERS
cation in the capacity of Super- spring.A I
visor of Vocational Home Economics federal court RANGE KICKOFF
three-Judge I
FULL LB. PKG 39
for Adults. Mrs. Reid voted 2 to 1 that the law on RALLY (
holds a B.A.Degree from ,criminal syndicalism is so
Florida A&M University and vague and broad that it violates -
an M. A. Degree from Columbia the First Amendment to Wed., Nov. 8 SMALL
University and has a dis- the U. S. Constitution. This 8p.m.FIREMEII'S.
tinguished record in the fieldof amendment protects freedomof
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betterment.She was one of the and petition.The HALL ,
organizers of the Greater MI- Judges also killed 2980 NW S. Riyer Dr. '
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Women of .,Mt. Mormon Have_ Wonderful DayFrom j

,"
thA top of the bell for.. 'lidiet'got their heads together very best. Mrs. Mable Wright con
4 the opening of the Sunday Sch., 'it'was quite obvious that there We ,also want to pay tributeto ceded cheerfully because she

by Sister Juanita Dukes, assistant was a selection of some of the the choir of Martin Memorial too, had done a good Job by

superintendent, to the best talent to be found in our AME Church, who Joined raising more than $300 to her

benediction at 8:45 p.m. Sunday area. But then it took good talent us to make the day so much credit.

Oct. 29, was a great day to stand beside such a financial more complete. Mrs. Gay Joins Rev,Gay,the
elec- had been Services at 3 pastor in giving thanks to all EBENEZER
for the ladies. After the background as p.m.were rendered ,
CHURCH OF THE
tion and organization with set up by the fine women of our by our sister church, who worked so untiringly to
OPEN DOOR Mrs. Emm Steed as general church and their loyal friends Mt. Zion and led by Rev. M. complete another great day at Rev. A.D.Hall,sr.,pastorE.

Rev. H. D. Long pastorA. chairlady and Mrs. Mable throughout our city. Thanks to Fayson, brought the message. the biggest little church in Ingram, reporter

E. McNeal,reporter Wright as co-chairlady, the everyone that was Just so kind. The services were excellent.The town." Sunday, Nov. 12, Women's
work began.It Every moment of the day whole affair ended Sun please visit us some time Day will be observed, with

was a controversial mat was great, decidedly so with day evening with the two chair- Mrs. Mamie Lambert and

ter as to who would do what on Mrs. Serena B. Allen, our ladies challenging each other GREATER NEW BETHERev -chairmen.Mrs. Ruthie Mae Scott, co-
the program, but after those a.m. speaker, being at her to her side more than $500. The women are
W. K. Smith, pastor working hard toward makingthe

ST. MARY'S W. M. GREATER NEWMACEDONIA TEMPLE BAPTISTThe Alice Irving, reporter day a success. A cor d fa 1
welcome Is extended to the
Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor Lord's Supper will be public

Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor administered during the i The women are sponsoringa
Sunday, Nov. 5, communion Willie Beard, reporter morning and evening services I cruise around Biscayne Bayon
will be served all day. Joint Orchids to the chairman Sunday and the choirs will sing the B e 11 of Miami Dream-

choirs and ushers will give Sis. Mytrice Murray, the cochairman Jointly. boat, Nov 3, for the benefit of
services all day. Sis. Leola Bovan This Saturday the women Women's Day. The boat will
Special notice to all members and all the women of New Ma- will sponsor the annual Wo. leave Pier,No. 7 at Bayfront

choirs and usher boards. cedonia for a most superb day. men's Day dinner at the home park Yacht Basin,at700p.m.
Winter uniforms will be Thanks to all participantswho of Deacon and Mrs. Alfred The cruise will last until 11:00

worn Sunday, Nov. 5. did a splendid Job. Spec Dean, 4315 NW 11th Ct. Serv- p.m. Refreshments will be on
Sunday, Nov. 12, will be the ial thanks to the morning ing from noon until? Deliveryif sale.
44th anniversary of the speaker Mrs. Lennette Pen- requested.
REV. LONG Sunda y, Holy Communionwill
church. There will be a program nington, who spoke from the Sunday, Nov. 12, is the date be administered, members
Members and friends will at 3:30 p.m. with guest the, The Influence of a God the women have been making and friends are urged to

welcome in our mist their new speaker Mr. Nelson Admas, ly Christian Woman in these great preparation for duringa 1 come and share in the ser-
pastor Rev. Harold Long of the principal of Dunbar Elem.Refreshments Perilous Times." three-month period. It Is theirWomen's vices. Let's not forget the sick

First Congregational Church will be served. The evening speaker Mrs. Day. Everything Is and shut-ins. .

of Birmingham, Ala., where The public Is invited. Members Eugenia Thomas, also talked being done to make this one of SAM JACKSONThe Sympathy to the family of

I he was pastorfor 13 years. please don't forget your spec from the theme superbly. Both the biggest and best dthis an- annual Men's Day con- Mrs. Alma L. Owens and Miss
4 Rev. Long will preach both ial envelopes. speakers kept the congre- nual, observance. Every loyal Ressle Bass
cluded successfully Sunday M. ; Mrs. Vera
services Sunday morning, at Church services will beginat gation thinking as they spoke. member is determined to do Williams of
New York
night. Deacon Sam Jacksonwas City
9:45 and 1100; a.m. The Holy 7:00 p.m. starting Nov. 5. Sis. Tommie Sue Jones was big things. Chairman Lula M. and Miss Helen ;
named Mr. Greater New Gardener In
, Communion will be admin Please support the project crowned Mrs. Greater New Colebrook and co-chair man E.
the
Bethel raised total of passing of their loved
having a ones
istered at both services. that is being sponsored by the Macedonia having raised the Lord and their co-workers expect -

Friday night the church will Sunday School For tickets, highest amount of money, that the men will back the 53225.

be host to a reception honor see any of the teachers. Donation ((467.25) and Choir No. Two, women all the way. They say, The visitors men wish and to friends thank the for ST. JAMES AME

ing our minister to introducehim $1.00. Sincere sympathygoes Sis. Elnora Nelson, Captain, "It can be done. Iy must be many
Rev. Sneed
helping to mike their day a F. E. pastor
to his congregationand to Mrs. Elizabeth Longlyin "
was presented the trophy for done. We must do it. Joseph Marshall
friends are invited to attend the death of her mother, being the Leading Auxiliary of Mrs. Janice Mackey has success. Chairman R. reporter
Special thanks to our guest Mrs. Betty
from 7 to 9 The Mc- Mrs. Lina Sawyer. been
I p.m. New Macedonia raising $523. confined to her home sev- Brown and
speakers, Rev. G. W. Phillips co-chairman, Mrs.
Dowell Parish Hall on the Our prayers for all sick and Congratulations to both of eral weeks because of Illness
Doris
church grounds. shut-ins, especially for Sister these ladies. and Miss Beatrice .Rolle foiF and Rev. A. M.Griffin.Also to Williamsand"Captainsfor
wel- Gladys Wallace in Cedars of the mile choirs of First Bap- Woman's Day," which will
Friends are always Also thanks to FriendshipM. two weeks because of injuries
tist of Brownsville and Antioch be held Nov. 19, are asking all
come at all services or affairs Lebanon Hospital, Sis. Edna B. Church Choir, New Macedonia sustained when she was knock-,
members to turn ina
given at the church. Culmer and Lula Ingraham. A Women's Choir and ed down by a car.We wish them of Liberty City. card with
card call will You are Invited to visit with your new addresses and tele-
or a phone helpto Jordan Grove Ushers' Boardsfor and others a speedy recovery;
cheer them up. Mrs. Esther Campbell us, not only on Men's Day,but phone numbers all concerned
CHRIST THE KING A. 0. serving throughout the at will know what Is
time. expectedof
Visitors are always wel teacher of the Senior Class of any .
come. day.Grand Let us pray for our secre- them. Every member Is assessed
the School returned
Fa. Stafford Sweeting, priest Total: $4,801.46. Sunday ,
$10.00 for "Twentieth
tary, Sis. Wilene C.Robinson,
last week from Nassau Baha-
feast of Christ the King ,
The and other members who are Annual Women's Day."
ST JOHN AME mas, where she went to see the
the ,
observed
was by congrega- sick and shut-in. There will be a dinner sale
children of her sister who died
devotion Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor recently. for Women's Day in the Parish

Catherine Willis, reporter ST. LUKEOur Hall, 1845 NW 65th St.,phone:
feast.
. 6914212.
/ Father S. J. Sweeting,cele- Nov. 12,Is our Women's Day GRACE Annual Women's Day Mrs. G. Nathan andstew-

brated and preached from the observance, the morning PRESBYTERIAN concluded Oct. 22,successful- ards Board No. Three thank

subject oP'TheChrlstologtcal speaker will be Mrs Cora M. ly. The general chairman Mrs. you for your support and cooperation
Roles of Christ as Prophet, Pearsall and the 6:30 p.m. Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor Annie B. Sullivan and the wo- at their "Fall Tea

Priest, and King, both past, speaker, Mrs. Clementina men of Saint Luke wish to take .;at her home Sunday.
"
present, and future. Rahming, Miss Naomi Williamson I11Dr. This week our church observes this opportunity to thank each Mrs. G. Stokeling and Oc
At 6:30 p.m.vespers at St. its nineteenth anniversary 'tober-ites
is serving as chair- and everyone wbo helped to sends a heart-felf
Peter's Cathedral,C.J.Cooper man and Mrs. Allene Butler Events of the week are: make this day thegreatest '(thank you to all of you who

rector, and congregationwere co-chairman, choirs from St. Sunday morning, at ll00a.m. ever. Total raised $$7,570.65.'helped with this project and

host. The Rev. Donald Paul AME and Martin Mem- Anniversary worship service; The Deacon Board will celebrate I'thereby Insured the success of
Anthony, of St. Peter'sAmerican orial will render music. Ser- Sunday 7:30 p.m.annual Mem- their anniversary beginning I'this month.

Catholic Church deliveredthe vices begins Sunday with Sun- orial service, conducted by the Nov. 7th. Tuesday after

sermon. day School at 9:30 a.m. Supt. Pastor and Elders; Monday, the first Sunday, at 8:00 p.m. FRIENDSHIP
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Benediction was conductedby Ernestine Peters, presiding, 8:00 p.m.. community night; and will conclude Sunday Nov.
Rev. J. E.Jenkins pastor
,
Fa. Sweeting. The congregation 11:00 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. the J. A.F. Finlayson, Wednesday! at 8:00 p.m. appreciation 12, at 3:00 p.m. Everyone is Ruby L. Carr reporter
would like to express pastor will deliver the messages president of the Florida State night for the pas cordially invited DeaconW. Your in church

sincere gratitude and thanksto Holy Communion will Baptist Convention, will be tor; Friday, 8:00: p.m.anniver- M. Covington, chairman. Sunday will presence be
highly
our many friends and well be ,administered at both ser- honored with a dinner on Nov. sary banquet Carver YMCA. Rdv. P. W. Williams appre-
pas ciated. Remember
wishers, clergy and laity,who vices. 24 for the benefit of Florida We thank Mrs.Lucy Bradleyand tor Miss Gloria seven days
Perry, reporter from church makes one weak.
shared with us this happiness.
Thursday night the baby Memorial College. Mrs. Naomi Smith,chair- Come to church have faith
contest between babies The affair will be held at the man and co-chairman, respectively lifted. your

NEW PROVIDENCE Lovett, Walker and Kinson will Deauville Hotel, Miami Beach. for the leadershipthey i
We
terminate in I ithe interestt t of Reception will begin at 7 p.m. are giving, along with the JORDAN GROVE are praying that all our
Rev. C. Burney pastor sick will have asp ee d y recovery
Women's Day.HURST and dinner at 8.The subscription anniversary committee and i
Arsula Edwards, reporterThe is $10.00 a plate. the zone leaders, as we look: Eddie Gilbert,reporterThe and be back In service.
Sun Light Pall Bearers Distinguished guests for the forward to this week.The public general church wish to Our deepest sympathy is extended -
Charitable Society No. 137 CHAPEL AME occasion are Dr. Mary Olivia is invited to these events. thank the Rev. C. Jenkins of to Sis. Essie'M. Lewis
will celebrate their 7th anniversary Americus and family in the loss of her
Ross, president, Women's Remember: You are always Georgia for deliv-
on the second Sunday Rev. W. H.. Allen, pastor Convention, Auxiliary to the welcome at Grace. ering our morning's sermonon aunt Mrs. Hattie Jenkins

Nov. 12, at 2:00 p.m. Rev. W. Jean Townsend, reporterOur National Baptist Convention, last Sunday and our own Gosea.
E. Sims of New Hope will deliver Fourth Quarterly Inc. U. S. A., and Congressman Rev. M. L. White for last Sun We hope to see you in church

the message. Plan now Conference was held Friday, Claude Pepper of Florida.Dr. YOU ARE INVITED day night. Sunday.

to attend. October 20th thru October 22. Finlayson is pastor of The No.Two choir will sponsor -
The Lord's Supper will be Sunday School opened at 9:30 Macedonia Baptist Church, Second Baptist Church of a tea this Sundayfrom4-6'

served in our evening worshipthis a.m. with Supt. Willie Allen. Coconut Grove;vice-presi. Richmond Heights requeststhe p.m. at the home of Sis.Geneva RANGE KICKOFF
Sunday. 11:00 a.m. service began with dent of the National Baptist pleasure of your companyat Carper,930 NW 49th St.The
Let us attend our prayer Rev. Allen, after which PE, Convention, member of the Its Second Annual Banquetat entire church family along RALLY
meeting each Tuesday, at7:30'F. A. Allen came forward and Board of Trustees of Florida the Everglades Hotel on with the public is asked to help

D,m. Consecration hour of preached an uplifting sermon. Memorial College, and has Biscayne Boulevard. make this tea one of the greatest -
prayer will be held each Sun The pastor is asking all served in the ministry for 52 The time is 8:00 p.m. Nov. Bro. C. Pollack is presi- Wed., Nov. 8

day, a 5:00 a.m. BTUSundayat members to pay their budget. years. 17. The speaker Mayor Steve dent. 8 p. m.FIREMEN'S .

5:30: p.m.Continue Pray for all our sick and He is also a former president Clak. Donation: Adults $7.00,' Visitors are always wel-
In prayer for our shut-Ins. of Florida Baptist Institute Children 400. Contact any come to worship with us.

sick, shut-ins and those who Sunday was Missionary Day, and a former teacher in member or call Mrs. John Let us remember the sick HALL

are bereaved. Visitors are always Rev. Nixon vas the morning Jefferson and T a y 1 o r Counties Shaw. 235-0703 or Rev. J. A. and the destitute all over 2980 NW S. Rive Dr.
welcome. speaker. Ferguson, 2385672. the land.



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I CHRIST EPISCOPAL BAHA'IS OF MIAMI NEW MT. MORIAHRev. THANK YOU

Fr. Theo. R.,Gibson; ,, rector About fifty Baha'is from A. L. Shipp, pastor Deacon Ezekiel Rolle and
Antoinette Silva,reporter Greater Miairii will attend the Evelyn Souter, reporterOur family would like to take this
Thursday Oct. 26 ten monthly conference means to express to all friends
men Baha'i State Convention, to be
of our ,congregation attendedthe held Sunday! Nov. 5, at the tonight, (Thurs.), at 8:00 p.m. and thanks relatives and their profound
Men's Deanery Meeting at Quality Courts Motel in Or The Ushers' Union will be- appreciation for
Saint Matthews Church in lando. Three hundred members gin November 10, and climax his helping in so many ways during
Hialeah. A film entitled "The the Nov. 12, at 3 p.m. recent Illness.
State
throughout are
Deacon Rolle is at home
Molester" The and now
was shown expected'to attend. Sons Father Home-
Bazaar time willsoon'be coming will begin Nov. 13,thru and well.Again,wee
The of the convention -
here. Games, food, excitement is purpose' delegates I ,'NPVJ 19th,more about this next x t doingiiite thanks;
to elect'six
and entertainment ., .the following:
are week. :' ,
,jq; tq thej N a 11 o n a 1 Convention, Neighbors and friends Mt.
i iI planned for your enjoyment.Come which'will convene April 25- Deepest 'sympathy to'I Mrs. Zion ,
.' out and have a ball Nov. Pryor and family in their hour Baptist Church, Rev.
I 28, at the House of Worship in
Graham and Rev.Ross,Glade-
10 and 11th. of bereavement, also hoping
BEVERLY CHAMPIONST. \ Wilmette, Illinois Last year view Elem. S cbool Goulds
> for ,
: ; The Spiritual Tea held Sun- three a speedy recovery for Mrs.
delegates from the
\ t. Elementary School, North MI-
day was en Joyed by many at the Pryor.
PAUL AME Greater Miami area were ami
Elem. School
MRS. JUANTTA FISHER home of Mrs. Madon Sands. Remember the sick, shut- Bunche
elected Miss Olive Alexander
; Park Elem. School. St,
Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor The tea was sponsored by Cyn- ins, our pastor,and Mrs. Pryor Clair
week and Mr George Savitt of Mi-
Cafeteria
at
8.00 pine Villa Elem.
Mary Amos,reporterNov. p.m.Attention thia Cruz, contestant for the ami bereaved families and
and
Mrs. Toby Emanuelof
School
all juniors remember Calendar Tea.r those In the Armed Services. The Negro Business
12 is the bid day at St. to Miami Beach. Professional Women's
give Club.
your name to On Saturday, Nov. 4, a car- Visitors are always wel,
Paul the women will takeover the following persons; Gloria nival will be held at the churchon come. Mrs. Lottie Rolle, wife

and try very hard to reach Branham, Valeria Bland, Mrs. lot No. 2. Make plans to attend -
their goal of $10,000.Our jun- Turner, Mrs. Williams or so you won't miss the CENTERVILLAKINDERGARI.

ior chair ma n Miss Beverly Mrs. Amos by Nov. 6, so that rides, food, and fun given by .-. RELIABLE
Champion is asking the full your names will be in the sou- May contestant, Mary Hall. 5861 NW 17th AVENUE
support of all Junior membersand venir book. Are you excited about the Typewriter & Adding'r
friends along with as many The Gibbs Club will chartera Calendar Tea? Can't wait? CERTIFIED PERSONNELHOT

senior members and friends, bus to the'annual conferencein Don't worry it will soon be LUNCHES Machine ServicesALL

she says, "This is our second West Palm Beach all per- Nov. 19 and the winner will be PICK-UP SERVICE

effort let us make it one to remember sons who are interested in announced. To pass the time, REGISTER NOW WORK GUARANTEEDFREE

." making the ,trip please see help the contestant of your 691-1196 OR 696-3302 PICKUP AND DELIVERY
All women who are interested Mrs. Braynon or any the Gibbs choice.
in singing for Women's Day Club members. The Episcopal Churchwomen Mrs. R. E. Copeland, Sup. RENTAL SERVICESGive

will please meet at the church Remember our sick and will observe United Thank us call. Then compare our prices.

Thursday night and Wednes- shut-ins and say a prayer for Offering on Sunday, Nov. 5th.
day and Friday night of next the recovery. Our deepest sympathy is ex- Are you sick? Need PHONE: 319-3846 EUGENE EVAKS;

tended to the family of the late deliverance from all

BROWNSVILLE BAPTIST MT. CALVARYRev. Alice Allen. evil? Come see this PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE
WITHOUT HIDINQ ITS BEAUTYI
Rev. J. E. Wright, pastorC. S. Atchison, pastor great woman of God tYo ., CUSTOM MADE
Culpepper,reporterThe The No. One Usher Board is MT. SINAI BAPTISTRev. who is gifted to talk FURNITURE
-PLASTIC
sponsoring a State Tea, Nov. sickness and
away 1
members of the church 11 in behalf of their anniver- Cleo Albury, pastor evil immediately.There i I SLIP COVERS
Patricia Austin '
would like to thank the publicfor sary. The state with the larg- reporterIn .. CIYITAI CUM
( is failure in HIAVV GAUGI
observance of American no
making the Autumn Tea a est amount of money will be LONG LASTING
success. The tea also was the given a trip to Nassau. Education Week, a benefit recital God). This woman is a Mil ruiLTUAIANTIIO HllltAMT
The Willing Workers for Florida Memorial born prophetress and
kick-off of the church anniver- would .
sary, Dec. 10. like to thank everyone for College will be given. This is available for 11A1ISWO.W.SNIP'W'-.. Lt r ,tTLMt y

We also would like to thank helping make their anniversary program is scheduled as an church affairs and ALUMIWUM.r""ll /III IsriMATIstipPttt TMI'r M ,
outstandind cultural event
Rev. V. Eubanks for deliver- a success. ; teas. tsithowtITtIN1
There will be Dumb featuring Harolean Stuart 5.Vhf.. SPECIALIZING oI
ing the marvelous morning a Supper /IM" IN PLASTIC BOAT
message. It was inspirational.The at the home of Sis. EddieL. Storr, soprano, accompaniedby For Appointments Call: SUP COVERS NIGHT

church would like to extend King, 1331 NW 68th St. Thisis Arthur L.Evans.The added PROPHETRESSL. EXCLUSIVELYtlouse

an invitation to you and in behalf of the No. 1 Usher attraction is the Vibrettes, a SMITH of Grctchen 114.5082.NONI
choral ensemble. It will be
your family to come out and Board. Please come out and 691-2976
held Monday, Nov. 6, at 8:00 Formerly Gretchen-NichoUt PUttic Cover
worship with us on next Sun- enjoy yourself. A grand menu !1j
p.m. At the Mt. Sinai Baptist
day. See you in church Sunday.Let is being planned.
Church 698 NW 47th Ter.Rev.C. .
,
us remember the,sick, and The No.: One Usher Board
shut-ins in prayer. will observe their anniversaryon Albury, pastor,, 1
the third Sunday in Nov.The Fun! Games 1 and Food! for SAMPSON'S MARKET
the entire family is coming
FIRST BAPTISTOF 1 public is Invited.
Prayer meeting is held your way Friday, Nov. 3, at
BROWNSVILLE ,every Thursday night. 7:30 p.m. The Young Matrons 1466 NW 62 ST.

Rev. W. M. Davis,pastor Pray for the sick and the Auxiliary invite you to their

Donella Turner,reporterThe i shut-ins. "Carnival and Rummage
pastor is asking all White Elenhant Sale." You free Delivery 696-5711
members not to forget general ZION HOPE don't want to miss out on-all
the fun! so come on out and
business meeting Friday, November Rev. P, Freeman pastorE. ,
,
j ..
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bring entire : ,' '
family :
: 3rd. your : : :1" : : ,1,:, :
Jackson reporter ,
,
Don't to for
forget our
pray
The Pastors Aide Club is
Church service will begin
sick
and
having a religious service No- Sunday evening, at 6 p.m. we shut-ins.

vember 8, Rev. J. E. Jenkins, are saying to everyone please AL SOUCE; i' BAGS
DRAKE MEMORI
pastor of Friendship Baptist ,
remember that the time has "';' j.i 1 r.
Church and congregation will been changed.The Rev. Janus Dunn,pastor

be in charge.On No. Two Choir will have Women's Day will be held on FRESH FLA. GR. "A"
Nov. 9, Rev. P. W. Wig- a program Tuesday night. Sunday, Nov. 12.We are asking
gins and his congregation will They will also have a bar-b- all members to please remember -

worship at the church, in behalf que at the church. Please stop your obligation.Mrs. EGGS 3 DOZ. $1.00

of Men's Day. by for some good old fashion E. Williams, Mrs. A.
We Invite our friends to wor- Bar-t> Knowles, and Mrs.I.Clementsare
-que. I" '."'lil1)1! o/l" "' Iy.'I1, ; t'j \j' '. ,
ship with us each Sunday.To Deacon Snowball is back in working very hard to be- ''" ," '1ft, ,; ',,,t"'!j"1I!(: < \ ifr I). h >
our sick and shut-ins,we the hospital, don't forgetto come "The Woman of The MEATY t "'
hope for you a speedy recoveryso pray for the sick and shut-in Year," please help in their '.,:, "' "
that you maybe able to wor- and come to church and have projects.The ,KECK BO"N'ES' ,:' ', ::1" ::. ,' L"B.\ 154

ship again. your faith lifted. Faithful Women will : .. ,,"'" ..... ,I"r, :.1':,p.'l 10 ':'' ; .ii1 1\V4V' ,I ,
have a dinner sale Saturday,

r at Mrs. Green's, 1315 NW 60 DELMONTE
St. Telephone 696-1954.

The choir will have a dinner PEAS CORN S sI.00.
sale Saturday, at Mrs. E.Williams or %
4401 NW 11th Ct.Tele-

phone 633-7234. You may call ,
,.
N.w I lra at at ner noon.either will be number delivered' and beginning your din- r ::PTL4&L& SHOAL,-' f,


fi There will be a Fashion
3 DOZ. FLA. GR. A. EGGS 2
Show Thursday, November 9. LBS. BRISKETSTEW BEEF

Please help the choir in this 2 LBS. FRESH GROUND BEEF 2 LBS. PROK CHOPS

project. Remember to pray for 2 LB. BOX SMOKED SAUSAGE
the sick and visit them.
2 LB. BEEF LIVER

THE DAY CARE CENTEROF 2 LBS. CHICKEN WINGS $ 9 9

THE .
RANGE KICKOFF PKGS. FRANKS
BETHLEHEM MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCHIS
RALLY 4 CANS PILLS B.. M. BISCUITS
NOW'REGISTERING
CHILDREN FOR THE
FALL SESSION 3 LBS. MEATY NECK BONES

Time 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday thru Friday. Wed., Nov. 8 1 LB. OLEO ,
F.. ALL 15 ITEMS
t $5.00 w..k.
p.r
Add,.", 420 NW 40th Street 8 p.m.FIREMEN'S 2 KING SIZE LOAVES OF BREAD 'A

For furth.r information calli 1 LB. SLICED SMOKED BACON

158-3446 OR 158-5921 HALL 5 LB. BAG LONG GRAIN RICE
FREE PICK UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE
2980 NW S. River Dr. 5 LB. BAG WHITE POTATOES







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':i I DADE COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORY



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ACCOUNTANTS. LOUNGES ACCOUNTANTS
THE MANY BUSINESSES AND SERVICES OFFERED BY OUR BUSINESS COMMUNITY
S. L. McNEAL EARL'S ZEBRA LOUNGE
Bookkeeping & Tax Service.. ,4400 NW 7th Avenue E. p. CULMER WILL,BE LISTED BY CLASSIFICATION EVERY WEEK FOR AS LITTLE AS $5.00 PER
1730 NW 57th Street, Earl ,Edwards, Prop. .Public ,Accountant MO TH ((3l'IIon', minimum ontr' 'ctFOR" :'THREE'LINE LISTING.ADDITIONAL. LINES
'
6912114BARBER income Tax NotaryPhone WILL' COST$1.00 SPACES MAY ALSO BE CONTRACTED
SHADDIE' TAVERN l'In: 63337355264NW24th i:; MORE PER MONTH.LARGER [, ';',,"v
SHOPS 6800 NW 15th Avenue t FOR AT $1.75 PER COLUMN INCH;
Live, Ent.rtalnm.ntW..k.nds Avenue '
BASSMAN BARBER SHOP Us your
6580 NW 22nd Avenue RECORD SHOPS You can : : '.
; "
John Ho kln., Jr., Prop. REAL ESTATE \ tl+\I'/ !I : I '" -' rn.'fh't: ffl JA\\A" : I
UNITED RECORDCENTER bUI'n'1' Bt'll'' :
CARLTON REALTY 6265 NW 7th Avenue ', : Ul ht .U.LU,tic tl\ ': ';!/p -

DRESS SHOPS 1262 NW 635-3177 32nd Street Latest Hit Records & LPi 'for only\ $5 ''I-:

PATRICIA'S INC. UPHOLSTERY THE MIAMI TIMES
5843 NW 17th Avenue 4932 LIFE REALTY AL'S UPHOLSTERY month I S)0 NW 15" AVENUE
696-3515 NW 7th AvenuePL per
9.4371 5509 NW 7th Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA, 331.7LORY'S

FASHION SHOPS ''5.. our od on page 22" 759.8907 I
6112 NW 7th Avenue ; Pleas list my business in your Dad Coimfy Business Directory
Martin W. Smith AFROBAHAMIANIMPORTEX 0"hill me monthly.
BROWN REALTY
I 4740 NW 7th Avenue FORT CORP. I
FUNERAL HOMES 754.0655 871 NW 7th St. Box 1119 = NAME 0' BUSINESS
RAHMINCS EVERGREEN Hallandole, Fla. d a6ER SHOPS I
MORTUARY Phonet927il927Percy ,M NeA1eg lec ADDRESS 0' BUSINESS
1744 NW 3rd Avenue Hepburn 119 !nt-i3d I
.. 371.8343 SHOE REPAIR PHONE OR 'ROPRIUO' HAM I-.
I
RANGE FUNERAL HOME JOHNSON & SONS + P.ab ilillna'lil\.O
5770 NW 17th Avenue SHOE SHOP R f'.OO pet month -... -
691.4343 6570 r' .. _ -
NW 15th Avenue ,
691-9450
MANKER44ILTON

6701 NW 691-9151 15th Avenue s For additional l information Call' 6910421KEEP

YOUR

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DE SOTO CLEANERS .:, SIMMONS Damage
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can get you GOOD DRIVERS
I IMMEDIATEAUTO No Finance Charge Economy Drugs #2
JOHNSON OF MIAMI
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PLAZA INSURANCE And Morel!!
1'10I14& Low Monthly Payments BUY I ((8x10)) PHOTO AGENCY Samuel John.on & Joseph Pettier

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GET ONEFREE
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l-'" ....J:',,,t,'. ... I A Family Man With a Good Legislative Record I

It DALE TEMP
I ,QjI'v : lAUDER 0 Maurice Ferre,i who w a si- lenders of the full amount of his pay period.A discrimination from all Florida
A I unanimously appointed as City interest and other charges.A bill for the creation of an Statutes.

BY TQNISMILFV Commissioner as a replace- consumer protection bill, Urban Affairs Department to Declares Mr. Ferre; "It is

: ,ment for the late Mayor.Robert for a comprehensive protection take care1 of many urban problems my firm belief that it Is at the
\ King High and who Is now for every'phase of con in which the state had city1-leye where good government
The EiU ;\ of ft, Lauderdale wil 1egroovtni this ,
,{ p again '
weekend when the Sheik Men's Club dance Seeking election by Miami, sumer buy ing"., been very lax, "' *;h' is most needed. I standon
presents a '
beginningat
10OOp.m.OnSaturdaynightthe Mid-Summer : citizens to retain that seat,has A bill) for the right action byemployes. A' bill'for'reapVoilntenton my record as a'state Legislative
Women's Club an outstanding record in the This deals with a congressional basis; offerIng as being concernedwith
dance also
will sponsor a beginning at 1000 On
p.m. Sundaythe Florida legislature.As rights of employees to requestpay partial districting. every facet of governmentas
Pinkston Trio
featuring Smokey 007 of Nassau will be
hand to entertain you beginning at 930 on a freshman in the State after a 10-day period has A bill that was passed by the it involves the people, and

The public is cordially invited to attend p.m.the break- legislature, Fer r e distinguished expired. So that no man's pay House, but not by the senate, I intend to do nothing less as
ground himself by succeeding can be withheld 10 days beyond for the deletion of any racial a City Commissioner.
ing ceremony of the Sweeting Museum on the Sweeting Estate
located 2148 NW 4th St. Fort Lauderdale,On Sunday, Nov. 12, in having ten of his bills pass
ed. This is
at 330 p.m. Guest speaker will be Reverend Edward T, Gra- for freshman an enviable record.. '4, ', .
ham, pastor of Mount Zion Baptist Church of Miami. a legislator
Mrs. Lillie Ponder and her husband Arthur held a wedding getting 45 percent of the bills

reception at their home located 301 NW 12th Ave., Fort Laud- he introduced passed.

erdale Friday, Oct. 27, tocelebrate the marriage of their son, Mr. Ferre declares, that as
James Earl Bryant and Miss Gloria Jean Oliver, daughter of a candidate for city commissioner

Mrs. Essie Reid of 411 NW 13th Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Amongthe he is standing on his
record as a legislator who has
guest were; Miss Jackie Andres, Mr. and Mrs. A. Pugh
and family, Mr and Mrs. Eddie Adams, Mrs. Mary Haygood, proven his ability, resource
fulness
and
Mr. Cosmo Mathis, Mr. Benny Harris, Miss Carolyn Kelsey, dedication to ra
his
Miss Carolyn Rogers, Miss Terry Rogers, Mr.Henry McNair, serve constituency.Mr. e
Miss Jeraldine Williams, Miss Catherine Lockhart, Mr Ferre is a family man, !
with a wife and six
Joseph Miller, Rock Webb, Miss Diane Gary, Miss Emily Pal. children.He .
lard, John Davis, Calvin Jenkins, Miss Mattie Pearl Williams, is a graduate of the Uni :
versity of Miami. He has beenan "
Mrs. Annie-Mae Johnson,Charles Saunders (TallYHo),Larry energetic and effective ,,. : + Y tid

Brown, Miss BettytouBrown; Miss Betty Bradshaw, Mrs. friend of education'supporting
quality --
Lula Moses, Mrs Clara Buncum, Miss Patsy Williams, and the teachers in
Mrs. Sweeting.
their quest for higher
At the first report meeting Tuesday,Oct. 24,the United Fundof helping' to relocate Florida pay, .
Broward Count announced a grand total of$225,350 raisedto ?
Memorial College here, and tip '
date a which for first results of
figure supasses report any endorsing a four-year State
previous year.The amount represents 32.1%of the UF's $702- University in Dade County.
000 goal. In a luncheon held at the Reef Resturant, the public
The young aspirant for an
Employees Group, under the chairmanship of F.R. Humprles, elective member of the city
led the reporting with 60.1% of its$62,496 goal raised to date. commission, Mr. Ferrets

The Business and Industry Group,headed by James G.Spencer, keenly Interested in the welfare
was second with 28.7or$10,863.500fits$37,757 goal and the
of senior citizens.He cooperated
Construction Group', under G. Fred Collins, was third with extensively with
7.3% of a $20,929 goal. The highest percentage recorded in Florida Commission to create

any group was a previously reported 90.8% in special events. sound, productive programsfor
With a theme of "You-Can-Can do it!" Can-Can girls from senior citizens.He .

Pioneer City led the festivities while William Mullen, Editor has been active in his efforts
Pompano Sun-Sentinel, took over as Master of Ceremonies. for re-development of

1967-68 Campaign Chairman Robert C, Abel, Jr. said, "Thisis downtown Miami; for more

an optimistic report, but I am sure I do not need to remind 1 jobs, more opportunities, and

you how much more work is in store for us We must not let more industry, and more effective k, ,
Mt4
down." The United Fund annually raises funds for 37 health, programs to help Miami n,

welfare and character-building agencies which, last year grow to its full potential.
served over 66,000 people. in the Florida legislature

The United Fund's Second report meeting will be held on 1 Ferre has, constantly led the,
Tuesday, Nov,,'], at 1200 noon,at the Reef Resturant in Fort: fight against crime and for
Lauderdale.The theme Is a surprise! Please make your rese]better[ use of tax money.At .

vations early. Tallahassee, Mr.
Mrs. Easter Robinson of Carver Ranches, wish to thank the 1 Ferre's legislative ability has

many friends and relatives for their cards,letters,telegramsand been attested by some of the
florals during their bereavement over the death of her brother bills that he either introduced

Mr. George Forress Swain of Hollywood.Mrs. or was a co-introducer. NEW CARFINANCING

Dorothy Jones of 807 NW 19b Terr would like to thank: They are as follows;

friends and acquaintances for their cards, condolences, and 1 A small loan law which

flowers given during her family's moment of grief over the would force disclosure by all
death of Mrs. Viola Bruton.


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Hollywood. Frank M. Harrisis Tile Batliroom Free Garbage, D'isposalt{ ,

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I VISIT YOUR SCHOOLS DURING I Inrr.11ii.a.r.





'j' ': '' .... North Dod To Install I Brownsville PTA
'r rJt.'i i/: '.''((""('J'"I'iI,. "'t' ;1' ,. "If ?,' ...1 J :, ,
'II"II f' /I < \" "' ''"f" Meets TonightThe
It ,, ,
\ "1." ... Student Council OfficersMrs.
:J"t ,
: : ,' t ::. ",.I.,." 'I ':J PTA of Brownsville

Mayme E.Williams Junior High has scheduled Its

4t 4! an outstanding educator in the first meeetlng of the year
Dade County Public School Thursday evening, Nov. 2, at

o System, Is scheduled to speak 7:30 In the school's auditor-
at North Dade Junior High ium. This meeting Is of twofold -

School on November 8 during Importance. First par-

.A American Education Week. ents will have an opportunityto

Mrs. Williams,, who is prominent -L r meet the Brownsville facul

.q. also In local, state and ty. Secondly, parents will
national civic and social share In an enlightening dis-

'. i t circles, will install the 1967- cussion on some urgent problems
: 68 Student Council officers of of the school and the

North Dade Junior High community. All parents and
NI
School She is currently friends of the Brownsville

Assistant Prlncipalfor Junior High Community are requested -

I Guidance at Booker T. Washington to attend this meeting.
Junior High School. Also, the week of Nov. 5 Is

Also scheduled for the,North American Education Week.
MAYME E. WILLIAMS
I Dade Junior High School "HowGood Your Schools?"

I American Education Week white, and at 2:45 p.m.the students is the theme for this year.The

d-Mt-h; Observance is a special p. staff members and Visiting faculty= ,and staff of Browns
Slogan A Miami NorthwesternThe T. A. Meeting and Open Houseon friends will assemble in ville Junior High extends a

Thursday, November 2 at the patio for a rejuvenation oftheir cordial welcome to all parents

administration and fac- is "Northwestern Builds fora tion of a school motto and slogan 7:30 p.m. Very stimulatinggroup "school spirit." and friends of the Brownsville
ulty of Miami Northwestern better tomorrow." For their discussions have been Community to come to our
culminates one of the activities -
Sprite marches, songs, pep
planned for this activity to school during this week to geta
Senior High School are Justly motto they voted overwhelmingly of Northwestern's an- and will be
speeches
yells
of the and of for "Learn what acquaint parents and Interested pep close view of how Browns-
proud boys girls you nual observance of Amercan led or presented by the school
the Northwestern family who, must in order to become what Education Week. Sandra Mor- citizens with the problems team ville is helping to shape the
band chorus ,
needs and assets of "pep character of children.
after debating for several you should." timer of Mrs. Rubye Duren'sclass North Dade your
voted what and {fhe total public school pro PTA PresidentMrs.MaryBrown You will be able to see to
days finally
upon coined the prize.winning Student Council Presi-
Pictured above are mem- well-Informed yourself how good Brownsville
felt standards that gram. Special,
they were slogan Gaynella Harrison
and
were representative of loyal bers of the student committeefrom ; consultants, will be available dent, Michael Strickland, Is and determine what you can
from Mrs. Lois Oliver'sclass
Northwesterners.By the sophomore, junior, penned the best motto. to guide these discussion Principal Charles D. Wyche. do to make it a better school.

popular vote their slogan and senior classes.The selec- groups. Mr. Marcus Beck,an
FEA director, will be the key-

L K''r note speaker for the evening. Call

Back To School Night At BTW Parents will be invited'back

to school' for a day on Wednes 4 ,.
day November 8. It is hoped by CHARLESROGERS
American Education Week for Wednesday: "Providing A+ ,,
4' observance will be highlightedat Quality Teaching." An assembly the North Dade Family that

Booker T. Washington Jun- for eighth and ninth parents who spend t b e day

ior High School, this year,with grade students will be held t will become better acquaintedwith

"back to school night," Nov. Thursday to emphasize the w the school program. ,''''' AT PL 1-7502
,1. Representative Harold G. topic: "Stimulating Lifelong Monday, November 6 is ....
Featherstone will be the fea- Learning." Mrs.Blanche Cal- Color Day at North Dade, all FOR A GOOD BUY ON A

tured speaker for the occa- loway will be program participant loyal North Dadeites will wear PIANO, ,ORGAN, SCOTT
the school colors blue'and
sion. The program will begin in Operation Dialogue .- OR
STEREO ORCHESTRA
promptly at 8:00 p.m. this will provide an opportunity -
INSTRUMENTS.
According to Principal students to ask ques- .
Orchard Villa
Nicholas H. B 0 rot a, invita- tions tostlmulate learning.Mrs. .
tions have been extended to Marva Dun art,will direct -

parents, guardians and pa- a special assembly program PTA NewsThis
trons of Booker T.Washington for the entire 7th grade

to Participate in this momen- from the topic: "Enriching .. is a small reminder to
tous occasion. Mrs. MaymeE. Hiynan Life." --- -- all Orchard Villa Elem. par-

Williams, Assistant Principal Because students will be out Mr. William J. Stirrup, ents and friends, our Drapery

for Guidance, is servingas of school in observance of Parade Marshal, for the Drive is still on. We are urging +

American Education Week Veterans Day, group guidance Orange Blossom Classic, has each of you to participatein
Chairman, again this year. activities in the Learning Lab- announced the deadline of Nov. making this drive a huge
During the evening of Nov. oratory will feature the topic 21 for all entries in the 1967 success.

1, parents will have an oppor- for Friday during the entire Classic Parade. Parents we are also urging
ounity to b e c o m e acquaintedwith week "Developing Vocational The theme for this year is you to please make your re-
the my raid activities of Competence." Mrs. Gertrude "FAMU Expo '67 -- Gol! Rattlers port for the can d y from last

the school and the many special Friedman, Health Education Go years Candy Drive. Your PTA
reading program and the Director of Head Start,will be All sketches for floats must needs your cooperation and

individual tutorial programsfor the special guest during the be turned in to Mrs.Stirrup most of all your presence at

the students.In week; and, Mrs. Miriam Pratt, Nov. 21. Every car lathe par the PTA meetings. For the S
addition, parents will Guidance Project Coordinatorfor ade must be completely cov: month of Nov the PTA meeting

have an opportunity to hear Dade Public Schools, will ered, in order to take a posi- will be held on the 15th of Nov.
first hand the opinions of a also participate. Mrs. Fried- tion in the parade line-up.Or- Our regular meeting is the 4th 0 R
j O 1WE
member of the legislature, man will also participate November ganizations, clubs,businesses'and Wednesday of each month.

Representative Featherstone, 1st, in the "back to other special groups are Please be present, news of
on the education problems of ,school night' activities. asked to participate In this vital importance concerningour

the state. A question and an- Decorative :posters, styrofoam = gala event. For further infor- children, SELL
HAPPINESS'
swer period will be provided mobiles and slogans will ,mation'about the parade, con- PTA President, is M.

during the evening.All be placed in strategic places tact W. J. Stirrup, 3301 Char Bullard and Olive Jones is re. AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAYAt

community and civic about the school by Mr.LewisR. les. A porter.In the crusr..a1 .f Nrth-lulh lxpr.iiw;".y
groups are also invited to send Blake and classes in art. les Ave., telephone 4440478. ONLY 13 MINUTIa FROM ANYWHM MIAMI

representatives or come in a Groups in graphics and spec- It's Classic Time, again in the CORNER N.W 54th ST. t N.W.3rd AYE,
group to the Booker T. Washington ial activities courses will also Magic City! 1949 William R, Ming, Phone 7517502Or
Jr. a Chicago attorney, was
"back to school night," help to make the school campus the, first Negro elected vice 2010 Biscayne Blvd. FR 1.0401'Broward JA 2-5131
Nov. 1.WEEK and classrooms reflect the .
GladviewInvites chairman of the American Mil DELIVtSYANYWMUI IN U.J.A.INrr.UUDIROAlin03l.US01ASILVD.JAI.3TU

OF NOV. 5-11 SET FOI[r occasion. Veterans Committee.
The public is invited to visit
SCHOOL OBSERVANCE AEW
Parents
Booker T. Washington Junior

how good is our school?" High School, especially during Gladvlew Elementary BLESSINGS BLESSINGS BLESSINGSA
is the focal point for observing American Education Week.
School is extending an invitation

American Education Week at What is your answer? Do you to each of you to visit your GIFT OF PROPHECYThe
Booker T. Washington. For a know: "HowGood Are Our school during American Edu-

full week of the observance,' Schools?" cation Week, Nov. 5-11. man Lam with the gift, Rev. Roosevelt Franklin of Macon, Georgia. It,it
activities have been God! that I all evil conditions
special The theme"How Good Are through can remove some questions you may
planned for the students and PHYLLIS WHEATLEYART Your Schools" is being highlighted ,wish to know Do you need money? Is my sickness natural? Can my husband

faculty. & SOCIAL CLUBThe with: A. Back to school stop drinking? Can my wife stop drinking? Can my loved ones be returned

principal Nicholas I H. night, Nov. 5, at 730. B. Dis- ? They call me the (Rootman), but I am only a servant of God. Because -
Borota will kick"'off the week Phyllis Wheatley Art God is the, answer to all life's problems. I am the king of all modern
plays 1. Children's work and
during a special public ad- and Social Club's Annual Tea special projects. 2. Teaching prQ'its.' Send for my special selected Bible verses.To be readon special days.
dress announcement, Nov. 6, Sunday, Nov. 12, from 4-7 materials. Send seIF-addressed stomped envelope and $2.00 for Bible verses and spiritual
C. Assembly Programs -
.from the topic for the day: p.m. At New Covenant Presbyterian message. You will receive Bible verses by return moil. Send to:
(daily)
Learning Oppor- Church, 1221 NW 43rd

tunities"Providing for all." An open St.A unique program has been girls A special will be group available of boys to guide and REV. ROOSEVELT FRANKLIN
for stud prepared. Miss Alice E.
forum to interest in
place
you your
will be held Tuesday Election Moore, State PresidentdCWC the school. 630 MORROW AVENUE, MACON, GEORGIA 31201I
will
narrate.
: Day on the topic:"MeetingtheChallenge Mrs. Wllhemena Sands, Make plans now to attend I Specialize in All Case 'Work PHONE Area Code 912-745-6475
Members
of Chaige.
Your school during American
president and Mrs. Margaret
will
of the faculty place Education Week.
special emphasis on the topic Adderly vice-president.

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AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK I




Douglas Parents Advisory

.} tl !j

Council. T Evaluate. School'

JIU '
Elaborate plans are under week: flj) a tour of the School

way at Douglas Elementary to by the Parents Advisory Coun-
have the forty-seventh observance vil who will compile a report
that will be to the .w i :, M t h
of American Education given principal .m

Week, Nov. 5-11, an outstanding expressing their views on
event of the year. Parentsand the general theme:"How Good
citizens of the communityare Are Your Schools"; (2) the
encouraged tovisitthe committee will write short

schools in order to be better stories for the children explaining -

informed of the many facets the meaning of the
involved in rendering quality daily themes; (3)) the children
education to all boys and girls will create individual stories

enrolled in our schools today. depicting the daily themes,and
engage in various art activi-

Mrs. Dorothy Wiggins Ad- ties that will be placed on dis-

side, principal of Douglas, has play in the school; ((4) Mr.
appointed the following com- Dewey Knight,director Dade
mittee to formulate plans for County Welfare, has been invited -
this important event: Mr. to speak to us during assembly -

Henry Daniels, chairman; Wednesday, Nov. 8, a
Mrs. Lillie Doles, cochairman and Mr. Clarence Patterson,
; Mrs. Ellen Hepburn, director of Sanitation for Dade
publicity chairman; Mr.Willis County has been invited to
co-chairman of speak in assembly Thursday
Murray, pub- The Classroom Librariansand course. school. Outstanding fourth visory work with Mrs. B. J.
licity; Mrs. Eolyn Kimbro,re- Nov. 9th.Parents. Fifth Grade Library Aides Fifth grade aides who do grade classroom librarians Oates, AV-LIbrarianandMrs.
and Willie Clark are urged to visit
corder Mr.
; celebrated Book Week by com- outstanding work are recom- will be recommended for fifth N. J. Jones, Clerk. These two
Douglas during the week and
art director. pleting their first week of regular mended to their Junior High grde aides at the end of the new members of the librarystaff
The committee has plannedthe especially during Open House, work with their assign- School librarians to serve as school year. The group is are shown at the extremeleft

following activities for the Tuesday, Nov. 7. ments. The group has com- student library assistants trained by Mrs. Love, librarian and right of the above pic

pleted a four-hour training upon ,leaving the elementary who shares the super- ture.
Listed At BuMche Park
Speakers
Dade Junior College Ha-s 23,341 Students .
The faculty and staff of Special emphasis is being THE DORSEY -

Bunche park Elementary put on our assemblies With completion of the of- In addition to having the lar- J Junior college in the nation.
eagerly awaits American Edu- scheduled for Thursday Nov. DIARYA ficial fall team head count this gest student body in Florida, And this year's 13,563 fresh-

cation Week, Nov. 5.. 11. The 9th. At 8:30 a.m. the primary plaque on Mr.Allgood's week, Miami-Dade Junior Miami-Dade, with 14,980full- men outnumber those at the I
committee has been busy making department will have an as- College recorded 21,661 time students University of Florida, Florida
desk reads: "For a Community has the largest
plans to insure that this sembly. At l:30p.m.the inter Service Award to the Em- credit students plus 1,680 non- full-time enrollment of State, and the University of
will be the best A mer lean Edu- mediate department will pre- for their outstanding credit for a total two-campus any South Florida combined.
cation Week ever. sent a play "Great Teachers"by ployees
enrollment of 23,341.
of the United Fund.
The general theme for the Richard W. Saxe. support Progress
Needless to say the entire fac- Figures released today by Report At Northwestern
week is "How Good Are Your Parents are especially urg- ulty and staff of Dorsey has M-DJC President Peter Masi- I
Schools?" For our daily devotions ed to attend open house Mon- shown themselves to be Good ko, Jr. show the student body Senior High SchoolThe

we have engaged speakers day, Nov. 6, at 730: p.m. This Guys by exceeding the school still heavily concentrated on
who we feel will be both affair will include a filmed report Ouota for the annual Dade North Campus,older of the two students of Miami

interesting and timely: Mon- depicting a day of activi- County charity drive. In all, centers, where 16,372 are en- Northwestern are busily engaging OUR BILL OFRESPONSIBLTTIES
day Mr.Edward Moore, "Providing ties at Bunche Park.All rooms 64 staff members gave 120% .rolled. themselves in a situa-
Learning Opportunitiesfor will be opened to allow parentsand of the figure set for Dorsey. The new South Campus tion in which they are finding To God, our country, our
All;" Tuesday Mr. Earl visitors to view students The Teacher Corps team, which opened last winter beganits great value in learning and parents and ourselves we resolve -

Mommsen, District Elementary achievement folders and other with the help of the staff and first full academic year practicing the rules of social that we may:

Counselor, "Stimulating class work. faculty, sponsored a Halloween this fall with 6,969 students.An living, to say nothing amend- Grow In character and ablll
Life-Long Learning;" Wed- An exhibit of special class Hop, Tuesday, Oct. 31, increase of some 2,000 ingtheir behavior and atti- ty as we grow in size; Be hon-
nesday Mr. William Kennedy last fall's total of est with ourselves and othersin
projects will be on display in in an effort to provide whole- over 20,933 tudes.
"Enriching Human Life;" the halls. some social activity for Dor- represents a growth rate that what we say and do; Learn
Thursday Mrs. Alese Gill, We are anticipating a great seyites. Appropriate Hallo- is more than twice the national The paramount fact is that and practice our religion;
Principal Lillie C. Evans Ele- American Education Week and ween decorations were provided average, Dr. Maslko noted. the coming observance of the Honor our parents, our elders,

mentary School, "Shaping the Invite you to share it with us. by Mrs. Wll s o n' s art Now in its eighth year, Miami American Education program and our teachers; Develop high
Character of (November has createda moral principles and the
Youth. students. Thanks are due to PE Dade began operation in 5-11) courage -
students who helped with the the fall of 1960 with an enroll climate which has motivatedthis to live by them; Take good
Parent Symposium At preparations.Mr. ment of 1,428.Nalhan. feeling, thus contrubuting care of our bodies, minds,and
much enthusiasm and interestin spirit; Respect the rights of
Leo Albert Counselor
,
Homes ElementaryThe states that his 42 Vocational helping the students con- others; Set a good example so
YoungElementary sider the kind of life they wantto that others may en Joy and profit
Neighborhood Educational with Miss Olive Alexander as students are beginning their lead. by our company; Performour

Cultural Centerette of guest speaker.Tuesday,the second month at Northwestern work to be best of our ability -
1175 NW 67th Street is high- team leaders will present a Senior High. "The program With this in mind, and after ; Regard our education as a
in each pod that will helps students learn about vocations earful planning and study,they
lighting its American Educa- program The Nathan Young Elemen- preparation for the future;
tion Week celebration with a involve audience participation. and gives them some have established the following
tary School extends a cordial Obey our laws so that we may
parent symposium, to be held Wednesday,selectedstudents realistic training in life, he invitation to the public to attend guidelines to emphasize and live in harmony with others;
in Holmes Elementary Cafe- will present a programin said.It their American Education Implement their own actions, Preserve and support our

torium, Thursday, Nov.9th,at each pod to discuss how they was learned that these Week activities, Nov. 5-11. attitudes, and responsibilitiesas American way of life and gov
students start the day at 10:30 future citizens
utilize their school learnings. ;
8:00 p.m. The activities for the week ernment.
is the parent and pick up these two hours of
The discussion Is to be tapedby Thursday night are as follows:
Mrs. Blanche Galloway and symposium tape over radio Instructbn beginning at 3:15in Monday, Nov. 6 8:00 p.m.
class in of three 1
two hour
will be aired on raido station, station, WMBM, 1490. a Diversified Mechanics Mr. Delbert Blatter,CTA field Head Start Gets Supplementary
WMBM, 1490, at 230p.m., areas: representative will speak on
Sunday, Nov. 12. Cooking and Baking, or Voca- the topic : "The Education Training PrograMdegree. I
NATHAN YOUNG tional Business Education.Mr. .
Several parents and mem- Crisis in Florida Schools."
bers the Rela- FACULTY SURPRISES James. Shop teacher. A major step in the evolution .
of Community reports that"the vocational This will be followed by Open The full cost train- i'
tions Committee will share House and refreshments. of Head Start was taken
PRINCIPALIt ing and course materials will
involved
students are further
and discuss various aspects of Tuesday, Nov. 7 8:30a.m. recently when the Office of be paid for nonprofessionalsfor
our school's curriculum and was a time to be Joyful for here at Dorsey by repairing Student speakerpublic ad- Economic Opportunity grantedto the first two Professionals
services offered at the .Principal Josephine D. Mac- toys used by other schools In dress system, Topic: "How our local Head Start program will years.one-half
who shedded tears of Joy the Headstart program. monies for a pay
Centerette neighborhood key Good are Your Schools at Supplementary the cost.
the Nathan Young Faculty This week has been set aside Training In addition
Program.
community.The when Meeting the Challenge of
What does this mean to our
in allover the nation as children's -
surprise program to the tuition free
students and teachersare gave a Change
inviting their parents and honor of her birthday. Each Book Week. What better Wednesday Nov. 8th8:30 courses now being offered to community? Better prepared
,
professionals! Better
interested citizens to Join with class and department presented gut could a parent get for a a.m. Mr. FrankCannon, voca- nonprofessionals (aides)at the nonprofessionals prepared and
child than a book? Next best,
them in the observance 0 f her with a birthday token. tional coordinator, will speakto Junior College, this program therefore a better prepared
American Education Week. Mrs. Ozora Shell shared parents should encourage the faculty and student bodyon will strengthen and reinforcethe Head Start youngster the total
children to check a book
Our calendar activities list: special birthday thought.As their the theme: "How Good Are efforts of the Dade County adds to a Better Community -
of the "Take off
out library.
School Board and Head Start
Monday, an outdoor assembly Your Schools at Developing
telegrams, melody- with books' is the theme of the Vocational Program in the developmentof !
Competence
?
grams, telephone calls, flow- week,' stated Miss Elliott. career competency and op-

RANGE KICKOFF ers, cakes, cards, and well Appropriate posters and dis- Thursday, Nov9830am. portunities for staff improve- LIB CITY ELEMMrs.
wishers came in, it was noth- plays of books await Dorsey- Our Principal Mrs. J. D. ment.
RALLY ing left for Principal Mackeyto ites In the Heart of the school, Mackey will speak on the Pub- Through the cooperation of Athalie Range, mem-
do but rejoice. the Library. lic address system on the the University of Miami,clas- ber of the Miami City Com-

Wed., Nov. 8 Mrs. Mackey celebrated her theme; "How Good are Your ses will be conducted for both mission, will speak at Liberty
birthday on Oct. 26. However, A total of 1,482 students received Schools at Stimulating Life- the professional and nonprofessional City Elem., Sunday, Novem-
8 p. m.FIREMEN'S gifts were still pouring in on some nature of finan- long Learning?" giving an opportunityto ber 5, at 2:30 p.m.The occas-

I Oct. 27, plus Mrs. Mackey was cial aid at Florida A&M Uni- Mrs. Josephine D. Mackey, receive pre-college and ion marks the beginning of
pinned with a beautiful orchidas versity during the 1966-67 is principal, Mrs. Hazel W. college level courses which American Education Week at
HALL a belated birthday gift which school year. For Information Matthews, is reporter and Mr. can lead to the two-year As- Liberty City Elementary.Come .
2980 NW S. River Dr. continued the flow of "Joyous about financial assistance,see Leonard Ivy, is AEW Chair- sociate in Arts degree tied to and hear this dynamic
tears." the director of financial aid. man. the four-year bachelor level speaker and visit our school




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Clara Knight took a big full of cakes donated by Mrs. '
spoon and rapped on the bottomof Knight herself, Mrs. Rosa
.$1.00 Holds Your a dish pan. It was the only Thornton Mrs. Carrie Meek, WOOLWORTH'SI
way to attract the attention of Mrs. Mabel Wilson and Mr.
Lay AwayHE the more than 150 youngsterswhose Jeffrey Smith stood in the mid-
happy excited voices dle of a circle of 50 numbers
WHO BUYS EARlY HAS SOME LEFT filled the decorated.large that Jar Stophel,VISTA vol- e
downstairs breeze-wayand unteer from Berkeley, Cali-
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adjoining rooms of the Carver fornia had Just drawn in one
Branch YMCA. This was the corner of the breeze-way.
: ';t first annual Hallow'een Car- Fifty youngsters entered the
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nival at the Carver Branch. Cake Walt,and ten of them won

l i. C Along each wall of the twenty delicious prizes. Each of the a e. s .eerxnes. .xe > .
It a foot breezeway, kids queuedup non-winners got a slice of "
in front of separate stalls cake. '
where they could get refreshments The big spoon and dish pan
TV RADIOSHOW including spools of cot- were put to use again to an- _
35 MM SLIDES ton candy, hot dogs, candied nounce the costume contest ; 5 19
r 29J5 HUGGABLE RADIOS apples, potato chips and,fruit being judged by Mrs. Rosa
WAY Rlc.BELOW 1 099 Pirilti, Pikiini ir punch At other stalls they Thornton an Mrs. Jackie B. I AL
COST Unit ritflis jrtirckoki. could have their fortunes;told Brown. First and second prize _
Plrsly'- it by staff member Sandra Lasti't were given to the scariest and __
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sible for its success, or they thers, won first and second
r WALKIE TALKIES could guess their weight and prize for the scariest cos-
win a prize from staff worker tumes while Robert Cox won
4 TRANSISTOR Wit' r.lrw. tilt.a.,. illS 9.39IHM Robert McD$ ie. At still first place for the funniest
'" other stalls they/'.could throw costume.
' 6 TRANSISTOR n rrlrn..Clltrl.. Sip 34 IS 15 rw. darts to hit the bifilseye,burst The Carnival, which beganat

the balloon.:And win a prize 5:00 p.m. Monday evening,
1 : w from volunteer worker James October 30, came to a close at
Dailey. More than 50 kids reg- 8:30 as the last of the happy .'\,
istered with volunteer worker youngsters left the Carver ;;
Minerva Dickey for the costume Branch. There was no mistaking -
1 I judging contest.In the ir enjoyment which j
/r one of the adjoing rooms, showed on their faces.Carver
: STURDY volunteer worker ,
Ulysses Branch Program Director r
,' 4-LEG White called Bingo numbersfor Raymond Thornton supervisedthe : { ,I'{
DESIGN I prizes while another staff entire affair inapagliaccl .. ... ." .,.;\;. .
DROPLIDPEG members Walter Mitchell costume of African print. "

spinned discs for dancing.Mrs. One other contributing to the .j IO.99 if perfect Slightly irregular
TABLE Knight was announcingthe special program included Salina -
THE "TOWER" Cake Walk contest.A table
Combination Chalk Board i Forbes.
P. Table AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC BLANKET
REG.BELOW$65 COST 34" Ret.[ 5.95 S 299 I CRIME PREVENTION MEETING CALLED

CASH & CARRY BIG R'S PRICE cos THASBRO'S The Community Relations Harrison, and Mrs. C. Moor-
Council of the Central District man. Modern blend beauty assures -
will hold a meeting on Wednesday you of constant 7 7

SNOW CONE MACHINE Reg. $6 2.99 November 15 to give the warmth without weight. 7
citizens of the communityideas .
TALKING TELEPHONE Reg. J8 . . 4.79 on how to protect your- RANGE KICKOFFRALLY Convenient' bedside con
trol. Colors.
CAPTAIN: ACTION OUTFITS ;':':=;,t 2.79 self and your'property against Nylon binding.

EASY BAKE OVEN REFILLS Below Cost .59' crimes.
The meeting will be held at
8:00: p.m.-at. the Brownsville Wed., Nov. 8

JUST 144 PRoTO PONY ONSPRINGS Community Center, 2741 NW 8 p. m.FIREMEN'S. n g. 3.99 72c 90". .
49th Street.
[ EACH STORE ,
Endorsing this program of
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TESTOR'S PAINT & FRAME KIT Reg. $1 39c SCHOOLS & INSTITUTIONS

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THE MIAMI TIMES.. Friday... November, 3.. 1967- -. 25Spearing '
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with. Tropical Park Readyingfor
*....... I

I I Nov. 18 OpeningTropical Looking the


1'10\1" SPORTSWORLD
park will offer thoroughbred racing fans a num-
ber of record-setting attractions when It launches the racing

season on Saturday, Nov. 18.
The November 18 opening marks the earliest opening day of
HARRY SPEAR
BY
I the racing season following a successful departure from the
.. "
traditional Thanksgiving Day which was instituted by Tropical BY LEO AJUABRISTER Over
KIWANIS FRESHMAN FOOTBALL CLASSIC Park last season. The Tropical park season will run a total of
51 days, the longest individual season on record, the season
Miamians will get a chance to see the first Negro football will present 510 also record and of
races a a new high $262-
player perform for the University of Miami Friday night when 000 has been set aside for handicaps and stakes. Total purse RATTLERS TO UNDERGO SHAKE-UP DRILLS
the Freshman teams of the University of Miamiand University distribution will be approximately $1,700,000. I IN PREPARATION FOR CLASSICjake

of Florida meet In the Orange Bowl in the Tenth Annual Ki- Activities will get underway with the traditional Hurricane Gaither is much concerned over the offensive and

wanis Freshman Football Classic, All proceeds from the Handicap which will, as always, draw a banner field of sprinters. defensive balance of his FAMU Rattlers and is contemplating
charity event go toward Kiwanis youth programs.Last This $10,000 added race usually requires two or more drastic changes to pull both units into line for the remainde,
year's game netted approximately $50,000 for Kiwanis chairty divisions so popular Is it with the horsemen.Also as usual the of the season.

projects. daily double will be on the first two races, the option twin- The 3-2 record the Rattlers are posting at this stage of the
The Baby Gators and Junior 'Canes have some of the finest double on the 5th and 6th and 8th and 9th races, and the popu- season Is very unfamiliar for them, at the turn of the home
troops In the school's Freshman footbal history. The Gators lar "perfecta" will be a regular feature of the final race on stretch towards the seasons big final,the spectacular Orange-
will feature Ben Sellers,All-American prep quarterback from the afternoon's
program. blossom Classic, December 2 in the Orange Bowl.
Jacksonville, and two local boys, Mel Poe and Ted Hager, both Tropical Park will have its usual fine complement of jockeys A good passing and running attack have been playing havoc;
from South Dade The "V" for victory lads-Jorge Velasquez and Jacinto with the Rattlers defense and much concentration is sure to
Vasquez-who have ridden 181 winners between them the past be placed in this area to shape the Rattlers into good conten-
three seasons while taking the Tropical Park riding crown tion for the big game. *..
Vasquez in '64 '65 and Velasquez for the pa!.1 two seasons
are both enjoying great seasons in the north and together will
EXCELSIOR LEAGUE SIXTH WEEK
ride some 650 winners this season.
STANDINGS AND AVERAGESThe


a Excelsior League experiencing its toughest competitive -
season ever is continuing to roll professional-like on
Thursday nights at the Cloverleaf Lanes, where 14 teams go
at each other for all its worth.
Six weeks of bowling have placed the teams in this position.


TEAM WON LOST


The Five Summersetts 20 4
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REPAIRS Bowlers Pro Shop 19 5

Yale Organ Cobras .'\" ,,; ., ,17 7
Thompson Texaco ,.1'1:. :r., ?; 17 7
Hagan & Fonda ((1)) ,. 12 12
STEREO The Olympics .a i;'" 12 12
} Best Lawn Service 12 12
Leo's Sport World ""12 12
'
I : RADIO Continental Cleaners '" 11 13
Cloverleaf Sport Shop t,: 10 14
The Hustlers 10' 14
9 to 9 TV Drive-in 7: 17
Tuckers Famous Foods 4 20


Individual single high game: Sammie L. Steward 258,Tom",
RAY BELLAMY I my Jackson 247, Oswald Smith and Lonnie Mincey 246.

On the other hand, University of Miami Freshman Coach' Individual high three game: Archie Brown 674,Will1e E..
Robinson 195, Games Thomas 194, Sam Benjamin 192, John
Chester Newcomb Is anxious to see Dean Stone, A11-American
Green 189, Dennis Peak 187, J. B. Harvey 186, Frank South-
prep quarterback from Albuquerque, New Mexico, In action.
ward 184 David Hall 182.
Other outstanding names on the Miami roster Include end Dieter -. ,
Matthes, a Miami Nor land graduate who was chosen Florida AMERICA FURNITURE
AVERAGES OF THE EXCELSIORETTESThe
Player of the Year, and guard Larry Wilson of Ft. Lauder- HIGH

dale's Nova High, who was voted Outstanding Prep Player In 2300 m 62
Broward County.FLAGLER 51, Excelsiorettes, who roll their strikes on Monday evenIngs -
at the Cloverleaf Lanes are producing some very fine female -

KENNEL CLUB NOTESIf bowlers attested by the averages below.
Ruby Garland 173, Bessie Richburg, Mamie Harvey 155,
you should try to figure out a"big three' In the $112,000 Arlena Terry 154, Francis Howard 149, Maester Phillips 148,
Flagler International Classic which gets under way Saturday STUDENT SPECIAL Carrie Peak 145, Margaret Hubbard 14%.
night, you'd almost have to settle on Eddie Alderson's Xandra,
Glen Garverick's Copier, from the Ray Randle Kennel, and Bus ID Photos
D. Q. Williams' Granny's Pick from West Palm Beach. t _--J

And then you'd be leaving out such high class contestantsas 2 For SOC NEED A JOB? START WORK TODAY!
the defending champion, Discreetly; R. K.KenHutchings'Cleve '
Commel, who's been running wild lately and was runnerup NOW 2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

in the Internatinal winter; and 0. B.'s Private John, SATURDAY ONLYJOHNSON COOKS BUSBOYS
winner of the $50,000 Wonderland Derby. DISHWASHERS PORTERSGAS
Truth of the matter Is, this field of 96 has more class and OF MIAMI STATION DRIVERS

more depth than any other field In International Classic HOTEL & HOME MAIDS LIVE IN MAID S
history, and It might Just be the greatest (and classiest) field Corner NW 38 St. &
ever assembled for a greyhound racing event In the U. S. A-1 Employment ServiceOver
Xandra who won't be three old until December, already -
years 20 Yors S.rvlc. in Miami
has earned approximately $56,000, and could becomethe 12 Ave.
second richest greyhound In history(back of Miss Whirl) 714 NW 62nd Street 758-7663
534 N. Miami Avenue 379-8382
by capturing the Flagler Classic. PHONE 635-4748
Before her second birthday, Xandra won the$100,000 Phoenix :
Futurity -- only other hundred grand event in greyhound .

history aside from the present International at Flgaler. RANGE KICKOFF
And Just recently she defeated Copier in the $25,000 Taunton
American Derby RALLY
If I were asked to name the eight finalist right now(whichI Wed., Nov. 8FIREMEN'S
have D't been), rd have to go along with Xandra, Copier,
HALL -
0. B.'s Private John, CleveCommel,Granny's Pick Final Ef-
fect, Go Norma, and Passed. 2980 NW S. River Dr.

8 p. m.HERE'S .
HARRY'S HOT DOGS: 1 Afternoon and Night
Tred Lite wait for him to catch the 8-hole again In a
5/16 race.Caesar's PROOF YOU'LLLIKE ;/

Abner looks like he's about ready to pop! OUR PRINTING: Racing i EachSaturday
Tell Mark. could make Itbefore this issue hits the press. l

U not, catch him next time out. '
Quality Job; Budget Price

GOLF TOURNAMENT LAST SUNDAYThe No Job Too Large or Small

Miami Springs Men's Golf association runs aSteve Jh.."
Clark day each year.This Is a day all the members have a buf- Deadlines Met on Time j: ; / Post Time 1:45 p.m. and 8 p.m. RpE
fet lunch and play 18 holes of golf Every Sunday In his spare Satisfaction Guaranteed 'oMIN..e rA
time you will see Steve Clark on the golf course. He shot a > :"
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50-46 for a total of 96.The winner was Terry Gega with a 35- and. our customers come back! AOMln.o' DpRB
38 for 73. He Just returned from the service. The foursome
consisted of Ralph Allen, proshop; Judge Dick Hickey,Russel Miami
Decarteret and Steverherewere prizes handed out to the win- Times '

ners and runnersup. Judge Hickey and Steven wenUo Gesu High I I ,
School together around 1935, and were on the boxing team. A -FOR ALL YOUR PRINTING NEEDS- I
word of praise for Sam Katzker who took care of buffet lunch
CALL 691-0421
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: paper bag. He was arrested NW 56th St.,was found wounded -
I .1 Shot 2 Captured In Store HoldupOne and charged with earring in in a gas station at NW 24th
the bag a concealed weapon Court and 54th St. He was arrested -
and charged with assault
a 22 caliber pistol.
man was wounded, two bandits took$190 from two A neighborhood woman took men in a car that fit the description with intent to commit
others captured, and a stolen :ash registers and a wrist the license number as the rob- and gave chase. Alonzo Perry, 18, of 2775 murder and with auto theft.REALTY .
car wrecked Tuesday,as three watch from the store manager, bers ran to their parked car. The vehicle hit utility poleon
suspects exchanged shots with Rafael Roca, 33, andanun- At the same time the store NW 25th Ave near 55th St.
police in Hlaleah. known amount of money from a manager called the police.The The suspects Jumped out and
The 7-11 store at 2591 E. milkman, making both men unidentified milkman left before ran different directions.The .
Eighth Ave.was held up.Three wait in a back room.ArENA the arrival of the officers. officers chased one, ex-
Metro detectives William changing several shots beforehe
Farr and William O'Connell, escaped. Then they called
who were cruising on NW 27th for more police. BROKER
1'o Ave., heard the police broad- Walter Owens, 23, of 3150
c ast describing the robbers NW 43rd St., was seen by one OPEN SUNDAYSELLER
and the car. They saw three of the officers, running with a
REALTY J'o/4P

PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
OPEN 7 DAYS\P| UNIVERSAL REAL ESTATE, INC. 300 NW 53rd St.Beoutiful2 b.droom,2 bath home.

Fla room, carport, jalousie 'windows awnings
2375 NW 88 STREET Realtors 011 heat, stoVl, air cond., FHA price $14.000$455
CBS, 3 bedroom, nice Fla room, modern kitchen, tile down, $86.91 month. A better home. Must See!
roof, oak floors, FHA $13,000 NO CLOSING COSTS. 2 bedroom CBS only $10,500 with $1500 down. No
Only $400 down (Vets $100)) monthly $80.82 Bring qualifying. Call to see SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
deposit today. 2400 NW 98th St. Like 2 bedroom CBS Fla
your 8901 10th new ,
NW Avenue. FHA $450 down. One mortgageat
$93.33 room? large corner lot, tile roof, freshly painted
monthly.
1822 NW 88th STREET inside and out. FHA Bargain at $11,500 with
-CBS' 2 bedroom, huge Fla room, completely fenced $350 down
2 bedroom $71.52 month. Vacant. We have keys.
CBS only $10,000 with bank
yard, FHA $11,000 NO CLOSING COSTS Downpoy terms, 2258
ment $350 (Vets $100)) monthly $68.31. This one will NW 78th Street. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

go fast, so come prepared. *to*do business 3 bedroom CBS, like new, only $300 down with one Neat 2 bedroom CBS, large Fla room, tile roof,
mortgage at $55.16 monthly. city water and also pump and well for your yard,
1135 NW 83rd
STREET
stove, refrigerator, air conditioner. Bargain at
CBS, 2 bedroom, gorgeous Fla room facing lake, car- 6948 & 50 NW 5th Ave. 2 houses on one lot; 2 bedroom $9,600, $300 down and $59.65 month, FHA.
port, air cond., many extras, dishwasher, washing ; 2 baths and 2 bedrooms, 1 bath. Bank financing.
machine, stove, refrigerator, total FHA $15,000, NO
8711 NW 21st Avenue. Only $8,000 cash, 3 bedroom SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
: CLOSING COSTS. Downpayment $450 (Vets $100))
Monthly 93.33. Don't miss this beauty. 2 baths or may be divided with rental unit. 2020 NW 98th St. Modern duplex on large lot.
* * OTHER HOUSES FHA TERMS! Jalousie windows, freshly painted inside and
out. FHA bargain at $11,0with $350 down
9020 NW 9th COURT Seller Pays Closing Costs and $73.09110. Live Frill! Vacant. We have keys.
CBS, 3 big bedrooms, attached garage, tile roof, oak
floors, air cond. and heat, sprinkler system, fenced DOWN MONTHLY PRICE BEDROOMS BATHS
yard, wall to wall carpet. Why pay more??? FHA. $300 $65.43 $10,500 2 1 SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
2355 NW 89th St. Lovely 3 be dream CBS. Jalousie

$15,000 NO CLOSNG COSTS Only $450 down. $400 $78.90 $12,700 3 1
(Vets $100)) Monthly $93.33. Be first Call Howl! windows, awnings, stove, refrig. air conds.
$700 $104.55
$17,000 3 1 Large water and well for yard. FHA bar-
* * *
$800 $113.53 $18,500 4 2 gain, $11,80 $400 down, $78.24 month. Vacant.
1151 NW 89th STREET
$400 $80.82 $13,000 3 IK
CBS, 3 real bedrooms, attached garage, 13x28 pool, $450 $86.91 $14,000 3 2
central heat, stove and refrigerator, sprinkler system, SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
it FHA value $17,000 NO CLOSING COSTS. Down- $400 $80.82 $13,000 3 1 1566 NE 153rd Terrace. Pretty 2 bedroom CBS
?' payment only $700 (Vets $300)) Monthly $105.55. Go $700 $102.63 $16)00 3 2 In Washington Park. Tile roof, awning windows,
flntclass. $600 $101.99 $16,500 3 2 hardwood floors. Will make like new. FHA bar-
* * '
$600 $101.99 $16,500 3 1 m gain at $10,000, $300down, J62.22 mo. Vacant.
9015 NW 10th AVENUE $350 $68.31 $11,000 2. 1 .

CBS, 2 bedroom, tremendous Fla room,attached garage, $350 $70.24 $11,300 3 1
tile roof, oak floors, sprinkler system, central oil $450 $90.12 $14,500 4 2 SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
heat, FHA $15,000 Downpayment $450 (Vets $100)) $350 $71.52 $11,500 2 1 Beautiful 3 bedroom CBS Washington Park area
? Monthly $93.33. NO CLOSING COSTS If you really on NE 151st Terrace. Carport, terrazzo floors,
want the very best, see this beauty today. Veteran Status Certificate holders may buy with lower jalousie windows, front porch, fenced yard FHA
down payments. price $12,900, $400 down and $80.18 month.

WE HAVE OTHERS WE ARE OPEN DAILY, INCLUDING SUNDAY
SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

AETNA REALTY BROKER Universal Real 8418 NW 24th Ave. Lovely 2 bedroom CBS right
bra next to school. Tile roof, carport, awning win
811 54 dows, air conditioner, stove, refrigerator. A
NW STREET PHONE: 757-5724 Estate Inc.
OPEN 7 DAYS better home at $13,000 FHA, $400 down and

4600 NW 7th Ave. $80.82 month.
MOVE RIGHT IN TAKE OVEfl! FHA

751-8642 Modem 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS in newarea. Graved -
Best Buys in TownNO James Smalls roof, tile floors, jalousie windows. Near
Senior Associate shopping, schools, buses. Pay $750 down and
take over FHA mt. of $10,750 at $80.76 month
CLOSING COSTS ON THE FOLLOWINGCBS

3 BEDROOM, 'large Fla room, utility room, pays all.NO
appliances, 2 air cond.. fenced circular drive Buy A House Today RED TAPE NO QUALIFYINGModern
way. Large corner lot. Only $350 down. $13,700 3 bedroom CBS, large lot, jalousie win-
FHA total price. ((1)) 3850 NW 170th St. 3 bedroom house. dows, stove, refrigerator, air cond.. ultra modern
$300 down FHA. kitchen, large fenced yard. Price $12,000$1,000
FOR THE CHILDLESS COUPLE. Beautiful CBS down and $85 month. Move right inl!
1 bedroom, Flo room, dining room, appliances,
air cond., and extras. Garage, fenced. Newly ((2)) Duplex. Brand new. 1453 NW 80th St. NO QUALIFYING NO RED TAPE
painted. It's a dream house for only $250 down. $5 CO down. $95 month. Modern 3 bedroom CBS in beautiful new area,

Terrazzo floors, jalousie windows, awnings,
$200 DOWN NEAT 2 BEDROOM. Fla room, ((3)) 1917 NW 152nd Terr. 2 bedroom house. stove, air conditioner, wall to wall carpeting.
dining room, utility room. $10,000 FHA total. $250down payment. Bargain at $12,000 with $1,000 down and takeOver
nice area. FHA payments of $82 month pays all.

((4)) 3401 NW 178th St. $600 down. $96 mo.
$65 MO. $150 DOWN. No qualifying. 2 bedroom,
partly furnished. Extra large Fla room, utilityroom FIND SECURITY WITH INCOME PROPERTIESWe
appliances. $7,900 total. ((5)) 5430 NW 15th Ave. $1200 down pay- have a few 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 unit apartment
ment. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room. buildings that you can buy with as little as$1,500
$10 MO. NO QUALIFYING. 3 bedroom, partly down. Live free in one apartment and collect income -
furnished. Carport; double lot, new roof, $1,000 ((6)) 596 NW 69th St. CBS home. $300 down. from the others No red tape. Move right In.
down, $8,500 total. These are perfect for retired couples.

HOME & INCOME. Front. Beautiful extra large. ((7)) 7800 NW 10th Av.CBS home. $200 down.
VIE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES-
3 BEDROOM HOUSE. Newly painted. Rear CBS
I bedroom. & garage. NO QUALIFYING. ONly ((8)) 1498 NW 59th St.$150 down. $23 week. YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
$12,500 total. $100 per mo. Reasonable down. A $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VETOR BEING
DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN
must see. QUALIFY
((9)) 2922 NW 15th Ave. 4 bedroom, 2 bath
NO QUALIFYING. CBS duplex. 3 bedroom, 1ft home. $1,000 down.
bath. Built-in oven and range. Large dining room,

refrigerator. 2 bedrooms completely furn. $17,500 10 Acres Land Monroe County
Reasonable down. ifl '
Pay $3 Week REALTYBROKER
$ WE HAVE MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS
$100 DOWN FOR VETS & DISPLACED PERSONS APTS FOR RENT
a 14460 NW 22nd Ave. Opa-locka

OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 4932 NW 7th Ave.
BROKER
SHELL REALTY .
FORD REALTYINC. Broker PL 9-4371 5

4260 NW 7th Ave. 1585551c '3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595 Open Evenings Sundays'i'i

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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 3, 1967 27 '

HELP WANTED HELP WANTED Single Widowed Divorced?
Barber Master or apprentice. WRITE
CLASSIFiEDTbs 22nd St. Barber Shop. 345 NW Opportunity for qualified DADE COUNTYINTRODUCTION
beautician clean working con
,
22nd St. Apply in person. CENTERp.
ditions, products furnished,
15 WORDS OR LESS4//.54. 50 FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. advertisement. Walkln busi 0. Box 1088 Main office
RCA Service Company needs Miami, Florida 33101
DEADLINE FOR Information? Call 759-
CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON ness.
experienced part time sales- Nov. 24
...
11"I 1' 9574.
I FOR SALE FOR SALE man to work evenings. Con
MISCELLANEOUSJessie tacting present customers
by
\ 2 CBS beauties oa 1 lot. Livein '
Open House. Sunday. 3-6 p.m. phone. Call Mr. Greene, 635-
one, rent free] Rent from
to 1220 NW 88th St. 3 bedroom Powell, please call me. 2233 for appointment.
other enough pay off mort
' 2 bath, FHA all conventionalwith I need you. Mrs. Snyder
Front home 2 bedroom
gage. ,
built-tn and Investmentfor
carpet; range Exceptional
1 bath, Fla. room, carport
Rear house 1 bedroom, Fla pven. Carport. Priced right so POSITION WANTED: Exper-
come by Sunday and our sales- Doctors, Attorneys, Medical
room, turn.Fenced yard. Must ienced competent typist avail-
Mnin will discuss terms with Clinic Insurance Sales Contractors
-
and research
sees! FHA $500 down $96 mo. able. Term
you. Fenster Realty, Broker, etc.
759-0423.
Atlantic and Pacific Realtors papers a specialty.
6660411.No 759-8779. Use well-appointed, air-con- r s r r ,
Congress of Senior Citizens ditioned offices (can providetwo
3 bedroom 2 bath CBS. No suites) in rapidly expand-
qualifying. Pretty 3 bed- rummage sale. Nov. 13 thru
room, 1 bath, CBS carport, qualifying Move right in. All 17, 10 to 3 p.m. Jesu ing area, middle income peo
largeyard, take over one FHA around fence. Drive by 1490 Church, down stairs. NE 1st ple.
NW 41st St., then call Fenster Get rental income for mortg-
mortgage already placed $83 Ave and 2nd St.
month pays all. Atlantic and Realty, Broker, 759-8779. age, taxes, etc ($2820 space LITTLE RIVER DRIVE

pacific Realtors 666-0411 DANCING SCHOOL ALL AGES now leased) Rear yard to rent.
If you are selling your home? Prominent Corner 4 bedroom, 2 bath, garage, air cond., Flo room,
$1.00 per week for each child. screened patio, carpeting/ FHA terms Best buy
To Urban Renewal or Expressway Heavily travelled
artery. NE
Pretty bedroom,i bath CBS, we have many nice Tuesday, Wednesday ToeAcrobatic, and Sa- corner. NW 54th St. 5th Ave. in area. Open 15 Svnday. __
tile turday. Tap -
roof, hardwood floor" homes for you. A call to our 1941 NW 88 STREET
fenced corner lot balletStar Record Shop Good PriceTermsRay
FHA. friendly office will get youthsplace Extra large comer, 2 bedroom huge Fla room
,
6113 NW 7th Ave.
$13,000, $400 down $80 Parker Broker
mo. you are looking for. Fen- L. Reg. carport, $450 down FHA. Yet $100 down.
veterans or displaced persons' ster Realty, Broker,759-8779 Ask for Walsh 665-5421
$100 down. Atlantic and WANTED
pacific HELP
8301 NW 10 AVENUE
Realtors 666-0411. Attention
Vets or displaced -
area families. $100 down Beauty operator is needed witha Comer 2 bedroom, Fla room, carpeting. A beauty

Beautiful home, fit for a King FHA home. Beautiful Z bedroom city 11 c e n s e.Kimberlys for FHA terms on y.

3 bedroom, 2 bath, screened Fla room, perfect lo- Beauty Salon, 4310 NW 7th Ave GRACIOUS LIVING 1351
NW 51 TERRACE
patio, tile roof, 2 car garage, cation. Non vets $300 down. Call after 5 p.m.or all day Sa-
formica kitchen, with built in Call at once for location. We turday7579254. LAKE FRONT 2 bedroom, Fla room, carpeted, Manor Park area.

stove, oven and dishwasher, have key in office. Fenster HOMES FHA terms. Vets $100 down.

many extras no closing cost. Broker 759-8779.
Realty, Built to Order
3120 NW 12 AVENUE
FHA $900 down $U6 month.

Drive by 3245 NW 99th St.Ph. FHA approved 3 bedroom HOUSE LEAKS? $29,500 and Up Btaetlfel 2 bedroom, Fla room, garage, enclosed

665-0411 for appointment At- beauty. Beautiful large kitchen Coll BEST front porch, vets $100 down. Don't pass this .p.
lantic and Pacific, Realtors. price $13,500. $100 ONLY 2 LEFT'

down to vets. Drive by 2120 The Leak Expert See: 93 St. & 12 Ave. IK I NW 42 STREET

Brand new fine quality 3 bed- NW 96th Terr., then call us, Quick Service 1 bedroom deplex. Almost new Only $11,000
room, 2 bath home. North of Fenster Realty, Broker, 759-' BEST ROOFING Sign on Property FHA terms Life rent free.WATERFRONT.
expressway oa open lot, at 4779.
4015 NW 24th Avenue. Phone COMPANY CALL BUILDER: HOME
builder PL 1-3604., Indef. Come and 693-3765
see a large varietyof
(93-2631 9440 Little River Drive. No qualifying. 2 bedroom -
garden plants now on sale
large Fla I..
room, move right
FHA TERMS at 1475 NW 67th St. Call 691-

8930 NW 11th Court 0685. Alonzo Kelly. CRAVERA LAKES

Total price $18,200 only $800 Corner pool horn*. 3 bedroom beauty, newly
down 3 bedroom CBS beautiful Rummage Sale. Thursday,
Homes For Sale painted. FHA terms only $15,900. "
Little River Drive area a most Friday and Saturday, Nov. 2,

see, call me A. Ben- orl 3, and 4th. 638 NW 62nd St. $300 Down $95 Month OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE

Realtor 612: NW 60th St. call Parking in rear. 'Includes Taxes and Insurance HOMES FOR'AS LITTLE AS $IDO DOW
anytime 7512243.No .
r RCA Color TVs. 295 square 3 bedroom, 2 bath beauty New VA list out this week. Choice SelectionsWE

closing cost.Fine home for inches. Big screen.$425.Easy
SPECIALIZE IN HOMES FOR PERSONS BEING
large family. bedroom,extra budget payments. Phone: MU Carport, just painted. Many other extras.
5-1504. DISPLACED IN URBAN RENEWAL AREA MIAMI
large Florida room. Maybe Nov. 24 ASK FOR EUGENE KEMP HOUSING PROJECTS, VETERANS. CALL Tb SEE
used as 4th bedroom enclosed IF YOU QUALIFY. YOU'RE ONLY A PHONE CALL
front porch, 1 bath CBS, tile Daytime 635-4595 AWAY.
roof, hardwood floor, wall to NO QUALIFYINGGreat Nite time 691-0789
wall carpet,fenced.FHA$14- Bargain! Repossession,
000 $450 down month 3 years old. Move right in. 3
$86 Vetsor
displaced persons $100 bedroom, Fla. room, oak FORD REALTY,INC. Broker
floors front 2352958.Hot .
down. porch.
Phone now before it is
too late. Atlantic and Pacific 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 6354595Ht
Realtors 666-0411. deal! 3 bedroom 2 bath CBS

Fla. room, guest room, spac- EDISON Specials

Grocery store with nice going ious bath room plus garage.
business You must see to appreciate.
in the Brownsville
area. Cheap price. For Information FHA approved at $20,000. So CARLTON
drive by 8920 NW 8th Avenue OPEN AFTER 2 P. M. SUNDAY
phone: 6919042.
then call Fenster Realty, Vt 56 NW 68 STREET

3 bedrooms, baths, com Broker, 759-8779. REALTYBROKER $300 down FHA *".s. 2 bedroom, CBS h....

pletely redecorated. Largelot Dining room, cor prt, wall to wallcarpetlngown-

partially furnished, car FOR RENT. ( ) ings. Well, pump and sprinkler takes care of the

port, fenced. No qualifying, Two bedroom apartment,'new beautiful yard..

Priced right.' Call ow er 758- building, adults preferred, 635-3177 t:,* 130 NW 68 STREET
5400. 1192 NW 65th St., corner 12th rI ,
(bedroom CBS home. Tile roof $350 downFHA) .
Ave and 65th St. Phone 444- Strrti Miami '
NEW terms. This largo home also has Fla room. Excellent -
DUPLEXRESONABLESure 3673, or 446-7574. neighborhood./ Close to Edison schools .
I could build it on my lot FHA-CBS 4 harm, 2 both, enclosed frt. & rear

on NW 92nd St. near 22nd Ave. 8052 NW 11th Ct. 1 bedroom porches. Llv rm, din rm, doable k, large corner, DRIVE BY EDISONTO

and then sell it to you, but unfurnished duplex. $18 week. land scope! i $15,500. $500 down. $96.21Iu. SEE THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES ,.It
wouldn't it be fair to you sinceit 3733294.A .
isn't built yet, to have you FHA- CBS harm IK bath cpt, terr. firs., tile ((1)) $200 down, FHA terms for this very clean 2

sit In on the planning? This nice lovely room for a set- roof, fenced. $12,900. $400 down, $80.18 mo. bedroom CBS home, tile roof, attached g a-

would give you a chance to tled man or woman. 2360 NW rage. County taxes only. Total price $9,200.
make suggestions. Live in one 92nd St. 693-1855. FHA CBS 3 bdrm, 1 bath, liv/ rm, din area, k, ((2) Can't qualify Then this is for JOf. $1,150

apt. and let your tenant help terr. firs, tile roof, corner, near school, $12,500, cash down for this very nice CBS home. Tl. "le

you pay for both. If you qualify Room Man only. Nice surroundings $300 down, $78.25 mo. roof. Near 46th St. & 5th Ave. $88.64 pays ell.
Call Mr. Ponzol ((3)) Duplex. CBS, tile roof.' Excellent terms. Near
696-9592. 6917034.Room. FHA CBS 2 Id,., 1 bath, k, liv rm, porch, cpt., our office. Let the tenant on 1 ald. help make

Ige lot, $10,000, $300 down, $62.22 mo. your payments.
LOT home. 1012 NW
Quiet --------------
See: 1866 NW 46th Street 75th St. Man only. Call 693- I FHA CBS DUPLEX beauty, 2 bdrm, 2 bath ea. WE HAVE, MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES, FHA

$3,500 TERMS 2838 evenings. side. Live rent free. $17,000. $700 down.$104.55 TERMS AND NO QUALIFYING.YOU .
OWNER 693-2631 month.
CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHAHOMES FOR
Middle aged man, preferablyone NO QUALIFYING
$100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
Drive by 1775 NW 42ndSt.CBS who works during the day. 4 BEDffli, I BATH, Tile roof, terr. firs., fenced DISPLACED AND IF YOU QUALIFY.WE .
Fla. room, price 7800.900 Reasonable I rentCal759- CBS, $11,500, $1500 down, $96 pays all.
down $81 month. Ben-Kori 3360. ARE SURE WE HAVE WHAT YOU ARE

Pealty.612 NW call BOth) anytime St.FENCED. 751-2243 PERSONALS 3 BEDRM I BATH CBS, terr. firs., tile roof, LOOKING FOR, COME IN TO SEE US.

Support your son, husband, $11,350. $1200 down. $113 pays all. OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY to

YARD relative in Vietnam. How? VALUABLE LOCATION, Opportunity, extra lot. ,

, Drive by, 1849 NW 89th Terr. Write SUPPORT, P. O. Box 3 bedrm, 2 bath, Flo rm, liv/ rm, k, din area, terr. '
Realtors
! Lovely 2 bedroom< home, 251, Miami, Florida 33101. firs. CBS, $1,500, $2,000 down. $100 month EDISON RIAITY, ,I

II dining sleeping room.porchseparate$7,900 total. Volunteers needed for VETERANS& DISPLACED PERSONS $100 DOWN 175 K.W: $2rjd St ZS12441THE .

,
I Need cash. Ben-KoriRealtor, psychological test research.

612 NW 60th St. 751-2243. Telephone: 8643471.




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28 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday November 3, 1967 ..


I" Florida NAACP Votes To Oppose Constitution Draft I


Florida Conference of passage of the constitution elimination of former discriminatory wait 30 days after mailing the demonstrating to dramatizethe to combat sub-standard housing
NAACP Branches at the con draft revision unless the un- measures, the letter giving ABC a chance to situation. and unsafe vehicles in

clusion of its recent three day dersirable sections are elimi- Conference's Statement called "change the policy" before The Conference will ask which they are transported.

I, Annual Convention at the Holiday nated and there is provided for enforcement measures loa engaging in the selective buy both major political parties to

Inn in Fort Myers voted stronger civil rights safe section of the draft on basic campaign. include Negroes in delegationsat Finally,the Conference cal
unanimously to oppose the guards. While lauding the rights which states,"No per The NAACP's statement their national conventions. led upon international union -

son shall be deprived of any blasted the state for having Delegates ,also voted to work presidents' accept their
rights because of race or.re- only 16 Negroes among approximately with unions and the Florida responsibility in Florida to

ligion". 650 persons Christian, Migrant Ministry immediately organize the unorganized
... also said theN state's 84 draft worker in
I The statement serving on the and the Coordinating Com farm order
A A C P Conference will oppose boards. mittee for Farm Workers to that he may obtain the eco
two other section of the The Statement said of the eliminate the current economic nomical benefits due human

Super Soul Survey No.3 revised draft: approximately 9,000 National plight of the migrant and being and as a laboring: man.
The right-to-work sectionas Guardsmen, only 41 are Negro ----
"an anti-union measure and all existing guard
Win Cash Records hampering unionism and inviting units are already filled. The Did Father Poison 7 Children? 1 I

the use of Negroes for Conference called upon Gov.
strike-breaking forces." Claud Kirk to submit a proposal CON'T FROM PAGE 1 died.
1. pata pats Miriam Makiba
County-wide elections of to the Secretary of De- children picked meat from it But insurance agent Gerald
2. Your precious love Marvin and Taml
3. Soul Man Sam and Dave legislators rather than by dis fense asking for a 5%Increasein the following Monday and Purvis said the policy did not

4. Dear John Dixie Drifter trict.A the Guard and recruiting of Tuesday, adding vegetables to take effect because Richardson -
committee was authorized Negroes to fill the vacancies stretch the main dish. could not afford the $4.00
5. Can't stay away ImpressionsFantastic
6. To share your love Four to meet with the constitu- created. Richardson said that he,too, premium. Richardson, on the
tional revision committee The Conference also calledon had eaten the food on Wednes- other hand, claimed that Pur-
7. What have I done Lynda Jones
8. Natural woman Aretha Franklin in an attempt to negotiate the Florida Education As- day morning before going to vis promised to advance the
in the draft proposal.The sociation Com- wife also The however denied
9. Yo keep running away Four Tops changes Governor's work. His had eaten $4.00. agent,
10. Without love Ronnie Taylor Conference also agreedto mission on Education and the same food, but there is a that, pointing out that it
launch a statewide "selective school officials "to help ex- mystery of how neither of them is illegal in Florida to issue

11. My kind of girl Volumes buying" campaign against pedite a solution for total became ill.Sheriff Insurance policies on credit.
ABC Liquor Stores for alleged school integration and a uni- Frank E. Cline said
12. You lead Oscar Jr.
can a woman Toney Judge Hays said that he
racial discrimination pro- tary school system.The that Richardson earlier had
13. Got to be mellow Leon Hywood might have to issue murder
vided the firm continues"dis- resolution said virtually given him a sworn statement
14. Footsteps Creations warrants but he would wait
criminatory practices: in its no Negroes now serve on that he took out $1,000.00 ,
15. I'm wondering Stevie Wonder
79 Florida outlets. Jury commissions. To correct double Indemnity Insurance until Charlie Smith, a neigh-
16. Especially for you Four Puzzles
Delegates attending the this the Conference called for bor of the Rlchardsons could
policies on the life of each
17. Let love come between us James and Bobby purify
18. It's you I need Temptations NAACP's Annual Conventionhere direct action picketing and child the night before they undergo a lie detector test.tyotc'ne .
agreed to write a letter
19. Give me a little Sign Brenton WoodEsquires
first calling attention to the
20. Get on up
practice of refusing service to
whites in some stores and
21. Soul Stuff Lt. Beav.Frank Wil.
denying service to Negroes In
22. Don't lose your groove Lavel Hardy itwifad
others. The Conference will
23. Got to go (Flip) Annette Larkins .

24. When you're gone Brenda & Tabulations

;, 25. Skinny Legs Joe TexArthur South Dade TO ATTEND A GOOD OLD-FASHIONED
26. Whole lotta woman Conley

27. All your goodies are gone Parliments
\ 28. Stagerlee Wilson picket NewsThe
t, 29. Running out Bongi & Judy id-U" I a 4
:: 30. Heard It from the Grapevine Pips president of the Mt.

a, Moriah Baptist Church Home
31. Just a matter of time Benny Lattimore Mission is asking all membersto FORCommissioner
32. Tell mama Etta James be present and on time Sun

I 33. Someday baby Dianne Cunningham day morning.Mrs. .
-. 34. Oh my love Pattie & Bluebells E 11 a Stubberfield is Athalie
35. The letter Box Tops recuperating at home after a

36. get it together James Brown stay In Baptist hospital, as a
37. Story book children J Billy Vera & Judy Clay result of an automobile acci- RANGEWednesday
38. Sweet sweet loving The Platters dent. Mrs. Eva Wire, motherof
39. Solid foundation Eddie Bo Mrs. Ociela Wordisalsoonour i
I 40. What about you 0. V. Wright sick list I

I Mrs. Ruby White, and
I I 41. it must be love Roy Hytower daughter-in-law, Mrs. Nov. 8 8:00 P.M.FIREMEN'S .
42. To sir with love Lulu Tericita Grant are vacationing -
43. 1 won't believe Monlque in Nassau.
HALL-2980 N. W. S. River Drive
:;, 44. Keep the ball rolling Jay & Techniques This week the South Dade
45. I have no-one Big John Hamilton News salutes Rev Eugene J. "
46. Tell him Pattie Drew Sheppard, for his untiring ef-
( 47. My ship is coming In Walter Jackson forts in helping to promote the
48. A touch of the blues Bobby Bland welfare of the people in his
49. I second the emotion '
Smokey& Miracles community.
..
50. Piece of my heart Erma FranklinD J L' "


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