The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 10, 1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Vol. 45. No. 11 MIAMI FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1967 28 PAGES 15*

SEEK $500,000 TO KEEP EOPI ::1i

Board To Ask Help From

,j",; .'t., f. 3 Jacksonville NegroesWin I

".. Community For Program

Demo NominationsJacksonville
i Commissioner Athalie clare an emergency to help the
t Range, Miami Mayor Steve program get money to maintain -
Joined other In Jacksonville governmentthere Clark and Commissioner "critical" aspects.
,. cities In the nation where Ne- might be five Negroes, Maurice Ferre flew to Wash The EOPI boar d of directors -
y ;,;? groes were elected to high of- combining city and county. ington Wednesday to urge the in a two-hour meeting
,. I .'.,).j fices this week. Elected to District Council Florida delegation to make a Tuesday, voted to askfor \
.." seats are two Negroes, as strong push for passage of theadministration's $500,000 from the community
Proving they a their nominations are tanta- anti-poverty to keep the program alive.
I I, I" .",. conscience, voters nominated mount to election. They are; bill. Two groups have offered to
,1',.1{,.,""II'Y',. Negroes for election to many Mrs. Sallye Mathis and Mrs. Mrs. Range, Clark and give the anti-povertyprogram
.\,' {'j"I, important posts in Jacksonville Mary Singleton. They bad no
,'....r'I Ferre are making the trip at a total of $30,000 in loans.
: 'vMlAMI .
; Republican opposition their own expense.Dado's The board of trustees of the
Earl M. Johnson, a Negro Johnson will have to face EOPI executive director Rich United Fund authorized a$10-
attorney, defeated Roger Republican Guy Craig, white, ard Weatherley is also in the 000 loan to pay for food for the
West, a white diaper service in the December 5 election. Capitol drumming up supportfor 1,000 pre-school children In \
owner, for nomination to an at. Another Negro who won the penniless program. 15 EOPI Day Centers. }
large seat on the City Council. nomination to a district council Ferre said the continuationof In addition i radion station '
If was the only race that stir and must face a white Re- the federal program was a WKAT announced a $20,000
red racial strife publican In December is Oscar community responsibility and loan to the Legal Services Di-
Taylor, a dining car employe. the United I Fund should de- vision.
Charles E. Simmons, a Negro -
Insurance executive, won

nomination, as was in Johnson's a countywiderace even Metro Redistricting Proposal

4 though 77 per cent of the registered
t .w4u voters in the countyare I

COED QUEEN AT FAMU.-Cecelia Lawrence, white. It was the first time

sophomore,major In nursing, was elected Sophomore" since reconstruction days thata Ridiculed By Negro Leadersbefore
recently at Florida A& M University.A native of Miami, Miss Negro bad won county-wile
Lawrence will represent FAMU as a member of the Queen's election In that" county.

Court when the Rattlers meet Texas Southern University In Simmons won a Civil Service The Metro commissioners'district possible> for a Negro to be the commission in the .
the new Tampa Stadium on November 25 and during the Orange Board nomination,by getting realignment package elected.., county commissioner. form'l an ordinance, and a ,
Blossom Classic activities in the' Orange Bowl in Miami on December 31,683; votes to 27,719 for that was offered on"Monday to '" Details' of 'the boundary two-thirds'vote{s required for
f 2. Miss Lad+r ncm is1 e-daughter of)drs. Naomi John- Robert Rowland, a white radio Dade citizens has been'jidl- shifts which were worked out enactment. 1
son of 1188 NW 38th Street in MiamI. station executive. culed by Negro leader as a Carroll told the Times that Carroll says that there .

form of gerrymandering that the plan approved for a' vote should be more than the eight ti
Would still deprive Negroes of to legalize It would make It districts proposed; that there
County representation on the Impossible for a Negro to be should be at least 14 to 22 districts
Judge Ordered To Issue commission.The elected county commissioner to enable a Negro to be
preliminary approval Details of the boundary elected.He .
to the Jigsaw-puzzle-shaped shifts which were worked out
districts must not be accepted by Dade Elections Supervisor said the only way to have
Interracial LicenseA by Negroes,said Earl Car- Martin Braterman under the the proposed redistricting
roll, wh.o has been theforemos1fighter ;careful scrutiny of the Metro changed is for Interested Negroes
for Negro representation Commissioners, are stackedup to sign petitions inJan-
Dade County Judge was ordered But the Florida Supreme lost cause," and defending an on the commission,which this way in the old and the uary. Carroll advises Negroes {
to issue a license for an Court ordered Dade County unjust law. has lacked district representation new number registered vot- to c o n t act the following or.
Interracial marriage here this Judge Blanton to issue the license Miss Liane peters Is a white in the present form of ers: ganizations obtain petitions;
week, or show cause why he after Van Hook's attor- woman who is desirousof county-wide election. District One, from 83,773 to The Voters Tax payers'As-
should not issue such a li- ney, James Matthews, argued marrying ,the Negro and is Carroll told The Times that 53,581; District Two, from sociation; Dade County Young
cense. that Florida's interracial fighting to do her own selection the plan approved for a vote to 46,646 to 55,263; District Democrats; The Richmond
The license has been requested marriage ban law is unconsti- of a husband. legalize it would make it 1m- Three, from 54,740 to 55,847; Heights Civic Association;
by a Negro man and tutional and can not stand, in District Four, from 66,662 to The Dade County Unincorporated
the white mother of his child view of the ruling by the U. S. 57,045; District Five, from Area Ass'n; The Miami
James Van Hook,a 35yearold -\ Supreme, Court last June, de- Urban 45,020 to 55,980;District six; Beach Democrats; Gould's
Negro had applied to JudgeW. claring that similar Virginialaw Renewal 35,857, to 56,247; District Citizens Committee;The Per- .'
J. Blanton for the license, was unconstitutional. Seven, from 75,590 to 55,856; rine Civiv Ass'n; The Dade '
and the Judge had refused to The National Associationfor and District Eight, from 45-, League of Municipalities; The
issue it, basing his refusal on the Advancement of Colored 050 to 54,519. County Republican Club; The
a Florida law that forbids the People blasted Attorney Building To BeginIn Commissioners O'Milley Southern Leadership Confer
marriage of a white person to General Earl Faircloth for using and Matheson voted against the ence, Miami chapter;and Con
a Negro. "public money to fight a plan. It now has to come back gress of Racial Equality.

Surprises Promised IN Arcadia MarchIt Stokes And Hitch Lead l

was announced Friday that ing, nearly three-quarters of I
Urban Renewal Is finally readyto It privately built.
Children PMSOMHII Case start rebuilding the housesit Watson and HUD Director New Political Movement
had demolished in the Cen-
Haley Sofge said that the sec In the greatest and most.
DistriCt.The significant dent of the United States, Seth ,
tral .
James Richardson, accusedas Robinson said that he didn'twant
ond project, extending south of political gains in the C. Taft, and became the first
Metro Commission
a suspect in the poisoning to talk too much at the
the first south to the Miami
history of the nation, several who Is a in
asked Monday to authorize mayor Negro a major
deaths of his seven childrenIn present time, indicating that
River, has been approved by Negroes won elections to top city in the United States.In .
Little HUD to proceed toward
Arcadia, and being held in he was investigating a certain the federal government and offices this week.In .
Jail has received defense aspect of the circumstancesunder sale of a private developer of
legal preliminary planning is un Cleveland Ohio Indiana
three of Carl B. Gary, Richard
areas Project No. 1.
from white which Richardson was
a attorney, derway. Its redevelopmentmay Stokes Hatcher
a lawyer and memberof a 34-year-old attor-
John S. Robinson of Daytona arrested, and the Insurance The track should be rede-
Include high rises alongthe the State legislature, was ney, was also elected the first
Beach. phase of the poisoning deaths.He veloped In 40 to 50 units of low river
and an educational elected mayor, defeating the Negro to be elected tothe may-
said that he not hired or moderate cost housing with
Robinson said Tuesday that was
complex they said.
grandson of a former Presi- orality In Indiana.
he hoped to have Richardsonand by the NAACP. in a year, Norman Watson,
his wife out of Jail on a writ deputy HUD director for urban Watson said, otter projectsin
of habeas corpus. Richardsonis Meanwhile, the Reverend renewal, told commissionersat downtown Miami, South Miami King Sees 'Curtain Of Doom I
held on seven charges of Joel Atkins of Winter Haven, the meeting.' Hialeah, Coconut Grove
murder. Mrs. Richardson is state president of the NAACP, Bounded by the North-South and Goulds will be submittedfor "The curtain of doom" may bedience in the North. He said
charged with child neglect. said he has asked State insur- Expressway, NW 21st Ter., Metro Commission approval fall upon the nation unless he would "lead Birminghamsand
The attorney said thathe ance Commissioner Broward NW Third Ave., and NW 17th by Jan. 1. He said em.. Congress meets Negro demands Selmas all over this coun-
thought Richardson's constitutional Williams to revoke the licenseof St., the entire project area will phasis will be heavy speedy said Dr.Martin Luther try In order to get a recal-
civil rights and human Insurance agent Gerald have been sold either to pri- completion of the second pro King, Friday, after leaving citrant Congress to move."
rights have been flagrantly Purvis, who said I he sold vate developers or the public ject In particular,both to meet Birmingham, Ala., Jail wherehe Three aides served five daysIn
violated, and for that reason, double indemnity insurance housing agency. pressing needs and to allay spent five days. Jail along with King after the
he said, he was taking the case policies on the children It will hav'eaboutl,500units criticism from Negro leadersof King restated that he plansto Supreme Court upheld their
..lthn"t fee night before they died. of low to moderate cost hous- the lack 0 f results so far. spark missive civil diso conviction

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, .10,196EInvestiantion 1

Demanded In Poison Death Of 7 Children

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., of the Investigationto this investigation has
therein 1959 mit copy way been
The field secretary of the But sheriff Cline said that charge can be supported.In ardson, who children of Sheriff Cline. carried out. "the carnival
Florida branch of the NAACP, he was still working on the the meantime, Richardson and 1963, were the even Davies said he wasn'tadvo- atmosphere, the Russian
Jacksonville portion of the and his wife, Annie Mae, James Richardson, dismissal of the Davis
Marvin Davies, has demanded named Rich- cating speed, said.
an investigation of the case, and that the investlgaton are still in jail with the chargeof though they were charges, but that seemed tobe Davies said.iiat he will ask

methods used by Sheriff Frank In Arcadia, where the seven child neglect. ardson. that he has two only just way. er Broward Williams to probe
of children died after a lunch of Detective Chief Jim Hamlin Hamlin said is providing} the 1
dame in the case the poi- the case and The NAACP the insurance !agent who sold
son deaths of the seven child- grits, rice, beans, and hogshead of Jacksonville said that It has men working on enough evi- Rlchardsons with free legal Richardson the policy on the
ren in Arcadia, October 25. is still going onto deter- not been officially determinedthat as soon as he has he'll sub counsel; it's not happy with the children..
ifhe gets any,
named Rich- dence
Davies said that James mine whether anyf murder two children ,
Richardson, father of the dead ----

children, has been tried and
found guilty without a trial,"
partly because of statements
made by Sheriff dine and
county judge Gordon Hays,who
acted as coroner.
"Richardson could not geta
fair trial anywbere in Florida -
,' said Davis. The NAACP
representative made the ""
'\1 ',,,,1.;<'
statement at a news confer- a ,I ,Ii" 4fI1I'
ence which he called In Talla- :
hassee purposely to announce r : I. ,.,.
that he was asking Governor
Kirk for I
an investigation. raya 1 Y M
Coroner jury ruled that
Richardson and "personor
persons known' should be j
held for first degree murderin I : ,
the parathion poisoningdeaths.

But Richardson, an itiner-
ant fruit picker, claims inno- .
cence in the deaths of the /"I
children He is stillbeingheldon Aar.
a techincal charge of child ?

neglect since after the tragedyon .
October 25. \i1
Davies had Indicated that he
was going to see the governorin
person in regard to the investigation 'r
but later decided :
that he would send telegrams
asking the governor for the investigation -
He said that the
governor should suspend the t 'r
sheriff, whom he has criticized -
for publicly announcing that
he was going,to Jacksonville e
to look into the mysterious 4 n .
deaths of two other children
Cline said were connected with
the Richardson family.
Davies said that. the sheriff !

,indicated that these Jackson- W r a '.,,.ai .g' bI
ville chi 1 dr,a n's deaths also'
,were due poison, but that
there was absolutely no evi-
dence to show that James
Richardson had any connectionwith I_ ,
:'1 4
those deaths. I-k J


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UrgedApproval John Harris, Head Teller and graduate of Booker T. Washington High School,

of a shakeup of pupil always has a friendly greeting for the regular savers at the Roosevelt office.

on-the-job training program
aimed at providingmore
than 800 junior and sen- Where
ior high school students with "it1;N: People come First. "
job qualifications was given ; ,,;.11", '
Wednesday by Dade County t : :to make their dreams come true ',, ,; ::
School Board.
The plan is designed to give

youngsters school and vocational encourage trainingin themto Whatever your goal may be -"you've got it made At First Federal your savings earn generous dividends -

stay In the classrooms. when you've got it saved" at First Federal of Miami. with maximum safety, protected by more

another If a pupil objective does quit affirms, school, he, Whether you look forward to being able to educate than 39 million dollars in reserves and insured by a

will at least have some job your children, to a vacation and travel, owning your permanent agency of the United States Government.own .

training to face the employmen business, or a carefree retirement-these good

market. and worthwhile things of life can be yours when Whether
However, the board did not your account is large or small, you alwaysyou
approve any money for tie save for them at America's Oldest Federal. receive a warm welcome at America's Oldest Federal

program--$131,732 with state largest in the South. where people come first.
aid and $441,490 without it.
The Vocational, Technicaland
Adult Education Divisionof
the School Board recom- .
mended; [: Savings for regular passbook accounts received by the 20th of the month I
Increase from seven to 18 will earn dividends from the 1st of the month I
the number of
junior high sch. """"" """"" J
work experience courses,giv-
ing training opportunities to ROOSEVELT OFFICE

220 youngsters. ,
Establish 18 senior '.ON A '
new high

providing school work-study part-time programs jobs in nine, ( ) First Federal Savings _

high schools. This would aid INSURED
Teach three new job training

courses at Northwestern High H. WALKER JR., CHAIRMAN AMERICA'S OLDEST FEDERAL ..
School, aiding 30 youths. ; IN THE SOUTH
Offer on-the-job training in
health services at schools in DOWNTOWN ruoit* ITMIT COUI.WAY UTTII mvi MONTH MIAMI
the north,central and southern 100 N.l hI Aue. 900 E Flatter. 2750 S.W.22nd St. BJ80 N.E.and Aut 900 N.Lr,116th St. DaJeland KENDALL: MOMMTIAD MOOSCVU.T
374-6292 374-811 446-7693 751-4511 757-3471 C"'tn661 Shoppin 1388713.Federal H wy,| G01S N.W. 7t* A....
sections of the county,accommodating 6373 3474661 | 764-4541
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, Nov. 10, 1967 3

Poverty Program Gels ._

Temporary. HelD. ;j1

When the ailing Economic responsibility.. if onlyin caused Antipoverty Director .r L- V !
Opportunity Program in this part.' Sargent Shriver to threaten| '
area received some funds to Commissioner Range, in a his resignation if Congresscuts \ r
help its activities, it was hail resolution before the city money for the programtoo
ed by interested citizens as a commission this week had much. t'a''
blessing from the Cods. specifically asked ,the Chain Commissioner Range in her
The temporary financial aid ber of Commerce, United resolution rated, that EOPI
came ,from the-United Fund Funds, and local industry to was established to eliminate t'h
which contributed $20,000 launch a fund raising campaign poverty in the United States.
loan of$20,000from radio to come up with $200,000. to She stated that the goals and
station WKAT, and a public finance at least some EOPI values of the program have hada
raising fund raising goal of programs until the end of the constructive effect upon the L.
$500,000.The year. lives of thousands thousands
gift and loan were an- The Federal Office of Economic of poor people In the commun-
nounced after Commissioner Opportunity Program ity.She
Athalie Range had predictedthat which means the Dade's war on stated that the programhas
the folding of poverty program poverty unit, that it's borrow- benefited approximately v e r
would have further frus- ing money from other programs 1,000 children in our daynursery 4.1
trated the hopes and aspira- and that is illegal.This ; the Job Training Program
tions of thousands of people in means that the local programis ; forums that have madeit
Dade County. left without any money and possible for citizens to voice
Showing her determinationto will h a veto shut its doors their frustrations and griev- EXCHANGE CLUB CITES BOY AND GIRL OF THE MONTHLast I

do all she could to preventa soon, unless they are refunded ances.
demise of the program, Mrs. byOEO, or the administra- Continued the resolution, Tuesday the ExchangeClub centive toward a higher educa- Club.
"That in of North Dade presentedthe tion. Cathy is a ninth grader and
Range left for Washington tion's poverty passes Con- the Interim before
final Boy and Girl of the Month the daughter of Mr. and. Mrs.
Wednesday accompanied by gress.In congressional action regarding -
Award to Coachman The students are selectedby
Cathy Howard Coachman, NW
Commissioner Maurice Washington,the chairmanof appropriation for the
Michael Strickland of North the teachers with the above 18th Ave. Michael presidentof
Ferre, to attempt to argue before the House Appropriation EOPI the Congress of the Unit-
qualities in mind. At end the Student Council and the
ed States Dade Junior High School at the year
told the the
Congress "to save what- Committee, provide requisite
Exchange Club Luncheon.The the monthly winners will compete son of Mr. and Mrs. Alton
ever fragments of the programwe Monday that its anti- appropriations to enable the
for Strickland of 2520 NW 155th
a college scholarship
can and to have the Fed- poverty bill may be cut by halfa continuation of the said program objective of this awardis
provided by the Exchange Terr., In Opa-locka.
eral government resume itsGoverment billion dollars or more.This until December 31, 1967. to provide an Incentive to
youth by proper recognition of
the traits of honor, scholar-
To Close ship, to call attention to youth

I achievements worthy of (4 '
recognition and to encourage
Substandard SchoolsThe other boys and girls to imitate THERE'S JUST
the desirable characteristics;
to Impress upon them the pre- NO MATCH FOP
Johnson administration systems.It made. There
are nearly 1,250 requesites of good citizenship;
through its department of was reported that last districts under Investigation.In to encourage youth in worthwhile FLAMELESS
Health, Education and Wel- year 445 districts have South Carolina, for instance extracurricular activities -
fare will close substandard switched to unified systems, there are no unified in the development ofa ELECTRIC C
schools and build new ones. free of "white only" and "Negro systems in the whole state,nor well-rounded personality;
only schools, comparedto is there any In Alabama, and to give them an added In- COOKING !
This was disclosed this 143 switchcovers in the pre- Loulsana or Mississippi.
week as the federal govern- vious year. Federal officials negotiated
ment reported a hefty boost in long-range switchover plans
the number of Southern and The department of HEW is for an additional 139 school "Happiness does not come
border .school districtsthat through what happen to you, FLORIDA POWER ,& LIGHT COMPANY
state prodding toward systemsfor districts last summer,and the but what 'It. ," '.
through make
have voluntarily abandoned both races, inspite of the number Is rising,according happen to others."
racially separate school fact that 588 shifts have been HEW.



A young nun who allegedlyhad pocket, pointed it at Epps and then ran away.Witnesses MODERATE RATESCALLBONDED
been threatened by a 71- pulled the trigger, which gavea reported the incident -
yea r-old man got a shotgun clicking sound. to the police, and when
Tuesday and fired it into the The boy ran away frightened they arrived on,the scene they "" a... r r t riur
older man's home killing him and returned a few minutes found Wilson dead, and a fully
instantly. The youth, Ronald later with a short-barreled loaded .38 caliber revolver in
Epps, 19, an unemployed laborer shotgun, after Wilson had returned his pocket.
was arrested and to his apartment. When Epps was arrested by RENTAL
charged with murder in the 1 Neighbors said that the police, they said they found a ,
killing of Charles Wilson of young man fired one blast rusty sawed-off 12-gauge '
1250 NW 62nd Street. through Wilson's screen door, shotgun. I' AGENCY
Epps telephoned police and ,

volunteered to surrender, and 1K"j'J'[ : ... ', ""d .

Charles was arrested Bryant and by Thomas officers *: R Calendar' ",: I s

Marshall at his home. nge 4 .
p. *>I.
Witnesses told police that '
Wilson came out of his apart- t.;,: : THURSDAY, NOV. 9, 1:30: P.'M'. THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND ,
ment andcomplained about **"' Liberty City Elementary School MANAGEMENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH, OPERATING
noise to a young man who had
been talking to a girl near the :" a MONDAY, NOV. 13;';8:00'P.: M, '

said door.witnesses Detective told H. P.them Weaver that Rally Longshoreman};:s'.Hail,* A fleet of cart and collectors give door to door service for
tenants convenienceA
Wilson took a pistol from his

community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent
free,"furnished and conditioned foryour comfort and enjoyment.A .

VOTE FOR public relations department to assist you with your problems.

Tenants concern will stopvandalismandreducethecostofhousing.'


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GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager

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Miami City Commission Pd.Pol.Adv. If I am to enjoy a better life, others must live better too." L. L. Brooks

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 10, 1967 -

r r To Be Equal I:J.v''

By Whitney Young, Jr. \ \

Offictt 6530 NW 15th Av... Miami, Fla.33147-Phon.:691.0421 Executive Director By Booker T. Hayes \ \ ,

National Urban League I
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor The manner in which Dade County Schools have respondedto
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor the School Board's policy toward integrati l bas been a chief
--'--I' Culture FlourishesA topic of discussion for sometime.All factions within the county
National I Advertising Representative appear to have accepted the doctrine ol the board in its effortto
Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. Court's 1954 decision
abide the Supreme
few weeks I attended an exhibit of paintings and sculpture by
310 Madison Avenue, N.w York, N. Y. 10017 ago the effectiveness of the
M.mb.r of the Notional Newspaper Publishers Association! by Negro artists. It was held at New York's City College, schools. Reports concerning present
2400 Michigan Av.nu., Chicago, III. 60616 which co-sponsored the event with the New York Urban League policy have all been favorable, but it appears those teacherswho

and the Harlem Cultural Council. The show covered the workof are considered outsiders according to old traditions are

ONE YEAR $5.00 SUBSCRIPTION- SIX MONTHS -RATES$3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 54 artists over a period of 150 years. faced with a problem of discipline.They find their new chargesin

It was a beautiful exhibit. The art works, from the earliest many cases hostile and embittered. The results of years of
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post to recent abstract showed a crea- frustration and humility on the part of Negro children, and 111
Office at Miami I, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 colonial portraits orientation on the part of the white children.
fed superior
tivity and sensitivity that could only belong to artists of the

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The front rank. The effectiveness of a teacher caught up in situations suchas
NEGRO PRESS believes that America but lead
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accordsto As I left the exhibit, I thought of how important such a show these can be greatly curtailed. In many Instances time nor
every man regardless of his creed or color his human Is. So few Americans are aware of the cultural contributions mally spent on the subject matter is used inthe process of
and legal rights. Hating no rocel fearing no man--the Negro of Negro citizens. Even many Negroes are all too Ignorant of restoring order, and under present conditions time wasted Is
Press strives to help In the firm belief that all
man men
are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. their own rich cultural heritage. time loss. The most puzzling aspect of the whole situation is
Most Americans thing Negro 'cultural achievement starts that children when present the most severe disciplinary problems -

and stops with a few spirituals.They know f Jazz Is a Negro con- are the ones whose parents never put in an appearanceat

lJ1r Editor'sThe otrbooh tribution, but they seem unwilling admit that this is the only the schools.A check throughout the Dade County school sys-

original cultural contribution this nation has made tothe arts tem would prove those students most responsible for distur-

Ninth annual convention of the Inter-American Travel of the world. They tend to look down on Jazz, too. But a genius bances are from homes where education is not considered a

Agents Society, was held at Nassau, Bahamas, and Freeport, like Duke Ellington creates serious music which will live long necessity.Anyone unable to visualize the Importance of edu-

t Grand Bahama, on October 26 through 30th. The president of after most "serious classical" compositions are forgotten.All cation in the future Americans,despite their color, will see

the organization Is Mr. Jackson Cooper of Cleveland, Ohio, the error of their ways too late. The attitude for atonement
Vice-president, Mr.Earl Kennedy of Detroit, Michigan;Secretary of the arts have benefited from the contributions of Ne- is upon us now. Ten years fromtoday the number of people

; Mrs. Roberta Barnes of Washington, D. C., Treasurer; gro writers, artists and musicians. New York has an inter- able to offer a valid excuse for not having arrived educationally

Mr. Charles North of MiamL and Mrs. Freddve Henderson of racial symphony orchestra, the Symphony of the New World, will be relatively few. The barrier from which Negroes have
chairman of the Board of Directors. which is a showcase for Negro musicians.Hardly a week
Atlanta, George, goes had to operate are being removed, and what we have termeda
Upon arrival at Nassau greetings were given at the Princess by without publication of new novels by talented young Negro competitive society is Just beginning.
Margaret International Airport and taxis waiting for the group writers. The Negro Ensemble Company, a new showcase for
took us to our respective hotels. Negro playwrights and actors will open soon with the help of Teachers have a responsibility to try and communicate to

At 5 p.m. an executive board session was held. At 7;30 p.m. a Ford Foundation grant. the best of their ability with each of their pupils. Parents'have

cocktail party and dinner at the Emerald Beach Hotel presi- But why,despite the cultural contributions of Negroes in the the'responsibility of seeing that this communication as

dent Jackson Cooper, addressing the convention.The chairman past, and the great artistic ferment today, is so little known thorough as possible, and this can only accomplished when
Earl Kennedy, presiding. about these accomplishments? the teachers and the parents are able to communicate. Parents

At 10:45the first official business meeting was held, Earl and teachers conference days set aside by the school board
Kennedy, chairman,presiding The welcome address was given In large part It is the fault of the schools. When a young give two most influential people in the students life an opportunity -

by Clarence Bain,representing the Bahamas Ministry of JTourism. (white) Boston school teacher gave his students in a ghetto to compare notes. In most of our still remaining pre-

President Jackson Cooper addressed the convention. school a poem of Langston Hughes to read, he found that they dominently Negro schools these days are looked upon by the

Hotels entertaining the convention were Nassau Beach Hotel, loved it so much they memorized It.But the school's administrators teachers as erellent make-up days. They know the number

Emerald Beach, The Royal Victoria, The Ft. Montaque, The gave him a hard time"We don't teach things like that of parents willing to take the time our and check on their
Sheraton British Colonial, The Nassau Harbor Club and the here," they said. He quit and wrote a book about the way Negro childs' progress and conduct are few. They also know whom

Pilot House Club also entertained convention luncheon children are kept from learning about their oWn heritageand they can expect to see from the conduct of the children in their

and coctall parties.Ye ( much else, besides). class. This is true because children of those parents most

likely to pay a visit to the school are deterred from out-
Editor was pleased to worship and to assist Canon Col- Not all schools are so openly racist, butthe great majority any
ward display of If of this
hostility even they are attitude. The
ingwood Cooper at Mass on Sunday morning, at St. George's do n e g 1 e c t Negro contributions,or r e s t r let themselves to fact that the
and the will
parent get gogether for dis-
Church. There was a large congregation and the service was teaching a distorted picture of American history.It must have
cussion can be a very decisive factor in a childs behavior.
enjoyable.St. come as quite a shock to many people to hear (because of a

.- George Is now working toward building a Parish Hall. recent novel on the subject) of Nat Turner's slave revolt in Most of us give a liberal verbal account of the merits of
The reception and dinner party at Montague Beach Hotel 1831.
education. It rates high among the necessary1ngred1ents for
gave us the opportunity of listening to an interesting addressby That's because most schools and textbooks pictured the '
future happiness and success, but we fail to give it the follow-
the Hon. Carlton Francis, M.H. A, Minister for Finance, slaves as happy and contented, and that's the way so many through we give less productive operations.The child gets the

who spoke in the absence of Premier Lynden Plndling. Our Americans think of this nation's brutal past.They weren't impression education is pot as important as it is made up to

host was the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism. taught about the many slave rebellions,of the thousands of free be, since so little time and discussion is devoted to it. In most

Transportation by bus was provided for taking us from our Negroes in the North who took part in the abolitionist move- cases this is not done intentionally by the parents, but uncon-

hotels to and from the shopping center, beginning at Rawson ment, or of the 200,000 Negro troops who fought in the Civil clously. They don't realize the child must be given incentive

Square. War.Perhaps for learning. They don't know that in a child's world first
Hotels at the West end otGrand Bahama were the Grand the who wrote
people those textbooks found it upsetting things arefirst. Children place the most importance on the
Bahama Hotel, and The Sheralton Oceanus, The Holiday Inn, at to tell the story of the Negro's efforts to stand up and things they can see now The vision ofwhat they are preparing

Freeport. fight back at his I)p pre 8 S 0 r I,But this conspiracy of silence for must be
Travel Charles North his sister of about the created by the parent, and as in all building we
agent Mrs. Edith: Wars Negro people can't resist the relentless pressure of must
lay a good foundation.Having done this we only need con-
Washington, D. C.; Ye Editor and daughter, Clarice Littler, the truth. tinue to add as time will
were guests at Holiday Inn c one of the luxury hotels at Free- Many of today's new textbooks are correcting the errors and > dictate.

port. We enjoyed living there;however,we had quite a surprise distortions of the past,and educators are beginning make the Most parents work, and in the past this has served as a substantial

when we returned to our rooms on the morning of the 30th, necessary changes la curriculum to bring the truth back Into reason for not seeing to the needs of their young, but

after an enjoyable swim. On eacb bed( was the following notice. the classroom. They can be helped by a similar realism on the time has changed even this. Few employers will not allow a

This morning October 30, 1967, we are confronted with a part of television and the movies. parent the extra hour needed tocheckonthe progress of their
Sympathy Strike consisting of almost all of our Native Staff.
children but the initiative
must be on the part of the parent.
We have been forced to curtail our service due to the walk- Fd like to see these powerful means of communication used If our children are going to reap most from this educational
to portray Negroes and their bostory in realistic terms. Television
out.Until system for which we pay dearly, we art going to have to put
further notice, all'food service will be limited to the ought to seek out many of the promising new Negro play the proper emphasis on education. As parents we are going to
Snack Bar at Poolside and the Buffeterla. We will do the best wrights and actors and give them a showcase for their talentson have to ignite that
spark within our children that will make
we can to provide limited service. regular shows and dramas. I've seen so much Junk on television them thirsty for
knowledge. In house set down
Our Pool Bar will remain closed temporarily.We will keep that it maybe that t e l e y i s i 9 n'needs these new talents with the architect and building a we
explain to hlmwhat we want. In buying
Marine more than they need television.And .
our Lounge open.
a car we set down
with the salesman and tell him what we want,
Room service will be closed temporarily.As .
instead of re-releasing that blob of racial stereotypes, (notice I did not say In dealing for a car.) Why not give your
all of our Maids were forced to remain off the property child's
"Gone With The Wind' for the tenth time,Hollywood ought to teacher this samo privilege,? Why not sit down and
we are unable to provide Maid Service. We will provide fresh have
linens and remove soiled. be making exciting new movies about important social issues.I a chat with them and let them know what you want for
can think of nothing more dramatic than the civil rights your child? In many instances you will find they want the same
We understand all
Hotels on the Island are in the same position things for
as we are. struggle, but where are thefilms which would tell this story? your child. Lets utilize that ounce of.prevention, so
we can
dispense with the pound of
please bear with us and we hope to be back in full operationsoon. care

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everything went on as usual. M Phil Ossofer I

On Tuesday we were given a 35 mile ride from the Holiday :::.:.: m
Inn to Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama. We were taken on a ::::::
tour of Freeport by the Bahamas Sightseeing and Tour Opera My last two columns were rose 73% in the same period. Some clergymen whe'fthe
tors Association. concerned with traffic fatalities The greater portion of these with the attitude that"the maydrive backed up to the spot
We were also given a 35-mile drive tothe West End, where pedestrians and drivers increases are due, naturally, will protect me." minister's car had come
we lunched and toured that part of the Island. Some part of the involved in single-car ac- to increase in accidents on to a stop. Looking down, he
road was rather bumpy and some parts are undergoing re- cidents. Today I'm "involved the road. These references to clergy said to the minister"Are you

pairs. However, the consensus was that we had a worthwhile in another phase of automobile men bring to my mind a hu- hurt?" "Oh, no"answeredthe ,
visit. accidents, concerning the insurance An interesting sidelight on morous story which fits this clergyman "I'm all right.
insurance ratings shows that situation. It seems that min You see God rides with me."
Those of us who had vlsitedGrand Bahama some years ago, companies and going ,
were amazed at the growth and progress made on that island. rates. For instance,in the past among doctors the and poorest risks are ister, driving on a highway, The drunk then said, "well,

From Miami we went byBahamas Airways.Returnlug we ten years, automobile insurance It is clergymen; mainly was passed by a motorist who you'd better let Him ride with
in ,because they obviously was under the Influence me. if He with much
cane by Boeing 727 of Eastern Air Lines. Chicago, for a have the stays you
with cares of the world on of alchohol. He decided longer He killed.
family a scoot 18 who used may get
TAMPA MIAMI TOLL ROAD their car only for pleasure, their shoulders the doc- to catch up with the drinker In Perhaps some ministers
tor the
From Washington comes news that Governor Kirk's proposal the rate has jumped from clergymen; physical the order to stop h i m before'hecaused have accidents in their at-
$107.00 covering insurance ; the spiritual an accident.During the oempts to do good for their fel-
for a toll load from Tampa to Miami at the present time liability cares.
would be deplorable. At least that is the opinion In a special (bodily Injury, pro- pursuit the the minister's car left lowmen, but it m u s t also be

report by the staff of the Public Works Committee.It perty damage and medical expenses Some doctorspossiblydrive road, stopping fa a ravine true that God rides with

states that Florida has everytlng to gain by planning the ) to $244.00, an in- carelessly because of the use along the road The drunk, II q uorat e d'drivers,or else
road as a toll-free highway. crease of 128%! Los Angeles of their cars in emergencies. rear seeing view the incident through his there would be many more accidents -

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place. The new Birdland Supper Club will swing this weekend

Is No with Jackie Wilson headlining the show.Jackie will be on hand
DEATH WITHOUT A WILL for three shows Friday, Saturday and Sunday. E v e n if you

aren't a Hippie I'm sure you'll enjoy the performance.
If do not make
you a willwhateverproperty you possess at
Inborn Racial TraitWe 1 The Elks will host of affairs
the time of your death will be given to those relatives whom Lodge a variety beginning on
the law designates. There are in state laws and Friday night when Helen's Kindergarden and Nursery presents
had a discussion last week with three police officers, a every provis-
a "Get Acquainted Dance" for the parents of the children enrolled
captain, a lieutenant, and a deputy sheriff. The topic was ions for such an event, and they are generally the same. Your
in Helen's Kindergarden. On Saturday night the Omegas
crimes in the Negro sections of Miami It was disclosed that property is divicfed among your children, who are your heirs, will
the crime rate in these districts were disproportionately higher after your wife or husband has been provided for. The size of sponsor a dance beginning at 10:00 p.m.
The Pub 11 c AffairsCommittee of the Northwest Branch
than in other parts of the city where white people live. the shares allotted is determined by these laws which are
known YMCA held its first Hungry Club Luncheon on last Friday,
as the statutes of descent and
Jt was mentioned also that 90 per cent of the crimes com- distribution.
November 3, at 12:00: noon. The speaker was Mr. Robert L.
There is
nothing in the United States
mitted by Negroes in these districts "is Negro to Negro." Constitution that forbids -
Hudson who spoke on the issues controversies of the mil-
This a state legislature to limit, condition or even abolish aperson's
writer, after listening to the three officers giving their
lege election. Among the guest were Mrs. Easter Lillie Gates
: ,
opinion of the Negro criminal,left the conference room feeling power to dispose of his property by will anywhere
Mr. Ted Naus, Dr. Gordon Merritt, Attorney George Allen
within the ,
state's jurisdiction
that the right to Inherit the pro-
officers are of the opinion that Negroes are inborn
Attorney Alcee Hastings Mr. Clyde Smith Mr. S. Meredith
perty of a dead is created
criminals. This Impression must be removed from the mindsof person by statue.
Moseley Mrs. Doris Rhea Miss Sandra Eubanks Mr.Luther
the police, because it is not true. If you leave no heirs whatever recognizable under the law
Jackson. The Hungry Club series has been designed and dedi-
An authority on criminology,Thorsten Selling, president of then, by statute, your property goes to the state.A .
cated to the
serve community's best interest.This series will
the International Society of Criminology,has stated that crimeis wife is never the heir of her husband, legally speaking.
be devoted to ensuring an enlightened public opinion it is a
due to no inborn racial trait. Only a blood relative is an heir in the traditional sense of the ,
law. The wife's position, however, has been improved from non-partisan, truth seeking, informal, adult program It will
Accordingly, the cause of crimes must be learned, and if what it was in earlier times by new legislation that has followed present a series of lectures on various issues of our time. All

that is done, then the Negro's criminal record must be tracedto today's tendency to place husband and wife on an equal citizens are invited to the noon day luncheons.

his environment; deprivation lack of proper housing; par- plane in every respect, including property rights. Little Lavon Dierre Rogers, grandaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
ents who could not keep their children in school because of Wallace Rogers of 824 NW 19th Terrace will celebrate her

economic conditions brought about by job discrimination, and THE WIDOWS RIGHT birthday on November 13th. Lavon (Dee Dee) will be three

other cases of hopelessness.. Formerly, when the ownership of real estate represented a years old-Happy Birthday DeeDee.
Whites that The United Funds and Girld Scouts of both Broward and Dade
are similarly situated economically also become
greater portion of the husband's wealth, she had a dower
criminals. This fact should never escape the thinking of the (widow's) right or an interest for life in a third of his land. To- County joined hands Sunday, November 5at3:00p.m. in a gala
police, whose duty, of course, is not to find out the cause of day such a provision may be considered Inadequate and unjust stunt to put the new UHF station,WAJA.TV,Channel 23, on the
the crimes, but to bring criminals tocourtfor trial. air. The event, called United Fund Marathon 23,began with pat
lot of
because a husband may have quite a cash money and no
Criminologist Selling says'Crimes are due cultural isolation Greene, Miss United Fund of Dade County, running a five'blockrace
real estate, whatsoever. Under the old law, in such a situation,
or deprivation which race prejudice, overt or subtle, has a man could leave his wife destitute by simply giving by will course dressed as a Greek Olympic runner and carryingthe
afflicted United Fund torch. As she crossed the finish line
upon Negroes to some degree. all thirty
of his cash to other'persons.Therefore, the dower's rightsare
Girl Scouts divided into six teams to the
relay began racing
extended to include the one-third interest in real estateas
Negroes are not the worst criminals. Thousands of"middle well as money or other securities channel 23 transmitter, 501 NW 199th Street, North Miami,
class crimes" by affluent whites go unpunished while the carrying the final vacuum tube needed to put WAJA-TV into
In New York, for example, a widow is entitled to a portion of
crimes of the inscribed in operation. As the tube was placed into the transmitter channel
poverty among Negro poor are her ,
husband's estate that is fixed by statute.If he has made a
the public ledgers. 23 went on the air with a United Fund film followed by a video
provision for her in his,will,she has a right of election a
Sociologist Edwin Sutherland, who examined 70 of the coun tape recording of the end of the race. The winning team received -
right to choose either what he gave her under the will or the
try's 200 largest corporations and 15 power and light corpor- portion allowed by the statute. a color television set, and the second and third teams

ations, found an amazing picture of lawlessness in big busi A surviving wife, when there are children and her husband each a black and white set, compliments of Channel 23. The

ness. But Sutherland found 84 per cent were tried in the civil dies leaving no will, receives in many states generally one TV sets will be donated by the teams to United Fund agencies
courts although violations were in fact criminal. selected by the respective UF's.
or one half of her husband's personal property, depending
on the amount of the property, addition to an interest in LITTLE INDIAN CLUB

A COLUMNIST ON A DAILY DISTORTED SOME FACTSA the real estate he may have owned during their marriage or at
his death. The other one-half or two-thirds of the personal After being filmed for an education TV program doing their

columnist in a daily here needs some more informationon property and the real estate, not affected by the wife's inter- favorite Indian stunt, the lumml stick routine,the little peopleat

Negro leadership; for he seems;to think that a certain radical est, is,divided in equal shares among the children. Sunland park Center enjoyed the remainder of the afternoonin

and extremist speaks for the Negro. in America Our law,today retains ,an.ancient provision that when thereis ,jump rope skill contest. Skills were conducted in single individual -
I jV .. no one to inherit property left by a man or woman dying ropes, single long rope and double rope contest. Win-
without will ners for the afternoon were, Elouise Ford, Faith Williams,
a the propertypassesor''escheats" to the state.
The best way to worsen race relations is for journalists to
pick out a Negro who preaches subversion, insults the President In England,, long ago, property to which there were no heirs Reginia Moton and Angelia King.

of the United States, and advocates violence,and call him eventually reverted to the local lord or the Crown; in the United
the for States, our states have assumed this position of the final BASKETBALL LEAGUE
spokesman Negro leadership.We .
heir.If. Wednesday night, the evening program for Junior andSenior
state will Inherit High School girls got off to a running start, with the Angelettes
then are without kin the
do not know a single intelligent Negro who picks out a you your pro-
running over the Glamourettes by a score of 22-21. Top play-
George Lincoln Rockwell, the white exponent of Nazism and perty should you die without a will It is wise to act now if you
have put off from to the making of last will and ers for the great team are; Gwen Daniels, Mary Irving, Diane
race hatred, and calls him I he spokesman for white leadershipor year year your
Wright Frances Bowen and Sheryl Bowens. Each ,Monday and
the white power structure. Why then should a brilliant testament, and you possess friends, or favorite charltites or
Wednesday night at 800 p.m., the Jr.and Sr. girls are scheduled
columnist in a daily newspaper select Mr.S. C. as our leader. organizations, whom you want to benefit at your death.
to play a league game.A tournament will be scheduled for
Only a will carefully drawn up can give you any security as
all teams after the last session.
Nationally, the Negro leaders this writer recognizes are the to the disposition of your estate in accordance with your desires

following; TENNIS CLASS

Roy' Wilkins, Martin Luther King, A. Philip Randolph, the Josephine Thomas and Selena Young are still at the top of

Reverend Joseph H. Jackson, Dorothy Height, Rayard Rustin, LET'S the tennis class. These two girls received an "A" rating on
Ralph Bunche, Lt. General B, 0. Davis: Jr.,Joe Louis, Senator Af; \ attendance and class performance.Other participants showing
Edward W. Brooke, Whitney Young, John H. Johnson, Dr.
outstanding achievements are Gwen Daniels Queen Wright,
Kenneth Clark, Judge Constance B. Motley, Harry Belafonte, LJ4'' TALI4POL1TIGSk'( Ernestine MCKelton, and Lottie Jones. An intra class tourna-

Lena Horne, Charles Evers, Jams Farmer, and some others ment is scheduled for the middle of November. At this time,

that escape our memory at this writing. class participants will receive certificates for their performances

during the class session.

Anyone of these leaders can speak more eloquently as a BY NORMAN E. JONE! ,

spokesman for the Negro in America than the gentlenuin picked THE TAMPA NAACP SITUATION NEED A JOB? START WORK TODAY!

by that columnist. The denial ofthenatlonal i NAACP office, to grant a NOW 2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

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members, and ramrodded through a resolution at the national
MRS RANGE MR. CARROLL MR. FAIR convention permitting multiple branches in major metropolitan The Miami Times are

areas, a I m e d at fragmenting the; huge Philadelphia chapter

Mrs Athalie Range, candidate for City Commissioner; for which was pro-Cecil Moore.
urging community leader: to band together and go to Washington Now the national, office, in contrast to a policy they established telling you they appreciate

to have the OEO Program continue helping the poor. themselves, when It suited their purposes, denies the
application of a second chapter to the petitioners in Tarn for
the alleged charges of "racism" of the petitioners doing business with
Earl Carroll for his persistent efforts to have represen-
'The high-handed, unilateral actions of national and local
tative government in Dade County, by a change from county NAACP officials, loudly proclaiming,to be the spokesmen for
elections to district elections thus affording Negroes to They courteous
wide are
the Negro throughout the nation has caused much chagrin within you. ,
be represented in County government the Negro communities, so much pon uslonand misdirection,

lack of realistic grass root communication as tobe one of the dependable. Shop where
T. Willard Fair, executive director of the Greater Miami contributing causes of the wave of civil disorders.

Urban League, for taking a stand against the ghetto. Says Mr/ While criticism of the president, congress and even the supreme -

Fair, "Whites talk about all those terrible illegitimate kids in court is an accepted way of life in a democracy, any you are appreciated!
the Central District and forget about the abortions in their own slight criticism of the NAACP or its leaders-by Negroes, is
gilded ghetto" tantamount to treason.

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Nassau and Freeport, Grand Bahama were the setting for \ \,/ BY PRISCILLA REDDINGYou
the 9th Annual Convention dthe tater*American Travel Agents : j.

Society. 72 "Beautiful people" -enJoyed tun-f1l1eddayswith a i.j' -
attend "Book Review and
: invited to Har.
foreign atmosphere: as guests of t h e Bahamas Ministry of are cordially
vest Sunday, Nov. 19, from 4 to 6 fl.to., at Palmetto
Tourism, the Bahamas Hotel Association and the Bahamas ( <' I'- ,
Sightseeing and Tour Operators In conjunction with the # Country Club, 9300 Coral Reef Drive, Perrine. The Reviewer:

Bahamas Week Celebration. Mrs. Ida Ratcliffe, Director of Secondary Schools,North Cen-

The Bahamas, a sparkling island wonderland Just a Jet- tral District The sponsor, The Richmond Heights Women's

breath from Miami-spread out Its"red carpet" for a delightful Club.
Introduction to fun and play, sun, sand sea vacationing In The church of the AscenslonEpiscopal( ), at 11201SW Colon-
its peaceful and Inviting islands.We ial Drive, is having it's Third Annual Pay Day for Christ Sun-

were guests of the Nassau Beach Hotel. The new wing day, Nov. 26. All members and friends are invited to partici-

each room with its own private terrace;new dining rooms and The story of Bethune-CookmanCollegelstoldlna 5th grade pate. The Holy Eucharist is held each Sunday, at 8:30. FatherWilliam

night club and the new mall of freeport shops. reader scheduled for distribution in Elementary Schools R. Pickels, vicar. The Episcopal Young Churchwomet

Whatever your idea sparkling entertainment may be, throughout the nation In 1968. are sponsoring a dinner sale and teen dance,Saturday, Nov. 11,

there's something happening at the Nassau Beach Hotel. The book printed by a New York Education Firm, revealsthe on the church grounds. Dinner sale begins,at 12:00 noon. Cost

As we arrived at the Nassau Beach we were greeted by an struggles of the Institution's famous founder, Dr. Mary M3- $1.00. You may place your order with any member of the EYC

old friend, Kirk Brown. Kirk sends a big hello to all of the Leod Bethune and shows a brilliant color picture of some of or'their sponsor, Mrs. Gwendolyn White.If you wish, you may

friends in Miami the modern structures on the campus today.Dr. call the church office,((238-5151))to place your order. The teen

From Thursday to Saturday we were thrilled to fabulous din- Richard V. Moore, President,Bethune-Cookm'UlCollege dance begins, at 6:00 p.m. in the parish hall. Admission, 25?.

ing, continuous programs of fun, entertainment, dancing and displays an advanced copy of the 5th grade reader. Come out, bring your lends, and have lots of fun. Dennis

parties, parties, parties! Pratt, president.
Hotels who hosted dinners, luncheons, and cocktails were Martin Memorial AME Church Calendar's Tea,was presented -
Emerald Beach, Nassau Beach, Nassau Harbor Club and Pilot SUNLIGHT BEAUTY PALL BEARERS the first Sunday, of November. It was an occasion that will

House Club, Sheraton British Colonial Royal Victoria Hotel SCHOOL GRADUATION never be forgotten. Thanks for making this a success. We will

t (Famous Tree House will the Steel Drum Calypso Band). Imag- TEA SUNDAY observe our annual Women's Day, November 19. The speaker
ine my surprise when I walked into the Cafe Royal" and was SUNDAYThe oithe morning will be Mrs. Irene Taylor from Fort Lauder-

greeted by- our own Nassau Frank (former public is Invited to the Lodge No. 13 Grand United dale.: The evening speaker will be Rev. Mrs. Maggie Green
chef at Sir John) who's now head chef at The I annual of from Greater Bethel AME, Miami. We are looking forward to
Graduation Exercisesof Order of Pall Bearers
Royal Victoria.On The is invited.
a successful day. public
Sunlight Beauty School Sun- America Inc. cordially Invite
Saturday, our last day in Nassau before All members and friends of Second Baptist, are invited to
ba, November 12, 3 p.m., at you to attend its Fourth Annual
leaving for FarewellCock- and at the Second Annual
Freeport enjoy the program, menu fellowship
the Church of the Open Door Pre-Thanksgiving Tea, Sun-
tail and Dinner Party at the Montague Hotel, Banquet given at the Everglades Hotel. The speaker for the
8th Ave., and 60th St. day, Nov. 12, 4 p.m., at Pall
hosted by Bahamas Ministry of Tourism. NW 7th occasion will be Miami Mayor Steve Clark. Time 8:00 p.m.,
The annual prom will be held Bearers Temple, 5525
It's Sunday and we_fly via_special flight_to Friday, Nov. 19, 9:30 p.m., at Ave Donation is one dollar. donation, adults $7.00, children 400. please secure your tic-
kets on or before Nov. 13.Contact Mrs.Shaw 235-0703 or Rev.
Freeport, Grand Bahama. Welcome cockNORTH the Sir John Knight Beat. Edward Williams, president.
tails Holiday Inn. Here's a Holiday Inn flying the Bahamian John A. Ferguson 238-5672.
Miss Jane Pratt vacationed in New York and Newark New
should it
flag It's brand new and glamorous. You really try
Jersey ,with relatives and friends for a period of two weeks.
for a vacation during any season. You'll enjoy the thingsyou'd
Get well wishes to Mrs. Ernestine O'Brien at Jackson Mrs..
; She had an enjoyable time and reunion with high school friendsat
expect to find at a stateside Holiday Inn, plus the
Avilda Sands at Cedars of Lebanon; Mrs. Henrietta Sweeting, The Blue Swan.
dant pleasures of a tropical island resort. And, of course, a
distinct British flavour. Mrs. Olive Miller (eye surgery) Robert Clarke ar Christ Ian. Cadet Troop No. 290, under the leadership of Mrs. B. Miller,

Never a dull momemt on Grand Bahama: Island. Recuperating at home Doreen Young,Jacquelyn Crosby,Caro- are working on a Child-Care Badge. We are in the process of

A unique sightseeing tour aboard a London double-deck bus lyn Brown and George Williams. making six safe toys for children. If anyone is in the know

is also a must, as is the delightful shopping that Grand Baha- his mother about this and can help us with this project, please contact
with the Willis
Houseguestlng Murray's were ,
Island offers. Mrs. B. Miller, at 238-3484 or come out to our meetings, at
ma Mrs. Ida Murray: and his sister, Gola of Vienna, Ga.
11600 Pinkston Drive on Thursday eveings from 4:30 to 5:30
Fabulous Is the word that describes the International Bazaar : :
In Nassau fo r the funeral of her sister, is the reason for
In this multl-million-dollar complex of shops and res- p.m.
Mrs. Sarah Newbold's absence from her home.
turants you literally take a walk through the streets of the
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world. After a two weeks vacation in New York with her brother
Magic weaves its spell as twilight surrenders the last tracesof and is back r-
sister-in-law, Milton and Miriam Pratt; Jane at
the golden day to the splendor of Bahamian nights. her duties as dental assistant to Dr. W. A. Chapman. FASHIONSBy

The cocktail hour takes on a new dimension.The Orchids to all the good guys (and gals) who have worked so m

dinner hour is fashionably late, of course. and hard to do,the Job for the United Fund.
wherever you dine,there's tempting variety of fine foods. Con- .... br
Attention all Adult Girl Scout Volunteers: Ixora I Neighbor-
tinental cuisine, gourmet viands, or Bahama style lobster, hood meets Monday, November 9, at 4:00 p.m. First Federal 111:;:;:::::;:;:;:::::::;:::;:::::;:::;:::::;:::;:;:;:::::::::::::;:.::.;.;:;.:.::;.:.;:;.;.;:.;:.;:;-:.;:.;:;.:.::.:::.:
conch chowder and turtle steak. Superbly served in enchanting
Roosevelt Branch. Plan to attend.N.B.Calendars and Cookies.DA .
settings. Very Personally YoursBeauty
VI No. 39 members are asked to meet promptly at 8 p.m.
Nights on Grand Bahama Island are entertaining encores to
at the home of Commander Carmen McLendon, 6943 NW 30th.
eventful days. There's the surging sound of calypso.The lure authorities advocate that every woman can be beautiful -
Court 11.
on Saturday Nov.
of the limbo. The spectacle of colorful nightclub shows. The Beauty can be created and the starting place on the climbto

excitement of letting the chips fall where they may at posh ca- THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: The Christian surely meansto natural beauty is skin care. You must know your own typeof

sinos where gaming is a gracious art. be considerate and kind in Heaven] But why not hereon earth skin in order to select individually suitable skin-care pro-

Six fine hotels await your coming; Freeport Inn, HolidayInn and in these trying circumstances where perhaps friends and ducts and apply them so that they bring results. There are

Lucayan Beach Hotel and Casino, Lucayan Harbour Inn neighbors need it most? four types of skin: dry, oily, combination and normal. Whichof
Marina The Oceanus and King's Inn. Bolton Jones these types is yours?
I Grand Bahama Island. It's foreign. It's friendly. It's fasci- A skin can be properly identified as dry when it is luster-

nating. Thanks to Charles C.North(my cousin)of North's rs s,. s less quick to wrinkle, irritate or flake.A skin prone to shal-

Travel for the invitation. How lucky can you get COUPON lowness, shine, blemishes and make-up crock, is oily. The

1 1 combination skin manifests Itself with oily secretions at the
Mrs. Edith N. Wars jetted down from the 1 nose and chin and with dryness or flaking at the brow and
district to join the group of travel agents for 1 1 cheek. That wonderful gift most often acquired through care

their tour of Nassau and Freeport, Grand 1 and known as normal skin is translucent,unblemished,dewy,
Bahama. and a vibrant color.
1i I
Dr. A. V. Cohen of Atlanta said goodbyeto 1 cs Use the most effective treatment designed for you, and your
us on Monday in order that he might spenda 1 skin will soon gain in loveliness. I

few days with his mother, Mrs. A. M. "Ii DRY SKIN: Use softening cleanser, freshner patted on to
Cohen before returning to Atlanta.I' 1 j / stimulate circulation, per-foundation moisturizer and creamy I

EDITH; foundation. Sometimes leave on your cream and take a steam-
Sam and June Tew christened their second daughter Renee
1 Ing hot shower to open pores and stimulate natural oils. I
Myra at the Episcopal Church of the Incarnation, Nov. 5. Re- r
1 OILY SKIN: Use light cleansing cream, water base founda-
followed at the
ception couple's home.
1 CASTLE i ii tion or medicated one. I
Myrle Pierce Powell Jetted to Munich, COMBINATION SKIN: Use light cleanser, astringent for I
Germany to Join her husband, Jerome for a .. stimulation, light creams for outer areas, light textured foun 1
two year stay. Myrle is the daughter of Mr. ; dation, moisturizer around eyes. i

and Mrs. Bertram (Christine)Strong. 1259' ....- 1 NORMAL SKIN: Cleansing cream, lubricator or conditioner '
NW 68th Street. for toning, moisturizer under foundation, eye cream at night.

Here fromTuskegee, MllesGtenn 1 1
time out to visit his mother, Mrs.Alice King 1 1 MR. AND MRS. JAMES ANNIVERSARY DINNERA I

and family 1 / host of friends and family chairman of the short splcey

Isabelle Elnora Ingraham;: and James 1 / gathered on the lawn of Mr. program. Mrs. Smith playedthe
Tnomas Everett; were married October zu 1
the father
1 Lampkins tithe hon- console organ and sang a

1967 at Mount Tabor Baptist Church. The bride, daughter of orees, to honor Mr. and Mrs. solo. Mrs. A. E. McNeal gave
Mr. and Mrs. George Alexander Ingraham, 1770 NW 62nd Ter. / 'NW 58 ''St. at 7 Ave. ; Alfred James with a surprise words of welcome.The occasion -

The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas Everett, 1 1 Wedding Anniversary dinner was given by Rev. Lester I'

Suffolk, Va. After a wedding trip to the Bahamas the couple r (Across from Shell's City) 1 Oct. 28, which was their Albert of the House of Albert. I

will live at 595 NW 64th Street. e I Thirty-fourth Anniversary. As anelghbor Atty.Graves.
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Beta Tau Zeta Chapter of Miami 1 I The couple were greeted by Mrs. Docia Howell presidentof I

hosted a Retirement Testimonial In honor of Ruth North Polite 1 C Bag Fries or 1 I commissioner M. A. Range as the Suns h 1 n e Community

for outstanding services rendered through the years.Also hon- 1 I they entered the beautiful Club gave greeting. Mr. J. D.
ored were the Scorpios and Sagittarius. I rl\. Small Milk ShakeOn /I lighted la WIl.I Stokes who was best man at the

Signs that the season is here;Ed and Louise Bogie have returned /I The affair was given by her wedding 34 years ago gave
to their home; Helen and Zack johnsoniade their annual the sing!'. purchase of i I aunt Mrs. Ella Williams, her words of friendship.A .

trip to Nassau and Freeport;Willie Bemanhome with his 1 ANY GIANT SANDWICH 1 I children, Novella, Luella, and lovely buffet dinner was
wife Louise and daughter Mary Louise Louis Campbell Mar janna, brothers Robert served to the
; 1 (Burger Roast Beef f-Fish a Ham VChtttt) 1 I large gatheringof
dropplngln to say "hello"; Margie Harrod from Lake Placid 1 I and Crosby, sisters, Molessa, friends who came' bringing
with days as clear as a crisp martini and nights delightfullycool. 1 THIS COUPON MUST BE PRESENTED /I Palmela and Bessie Mae. lovely gifts money and w e 11

- - - - - Mrs. Sylvia Butler was wishes to this lovely couple.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 10, 1967 7

Miami Sam ad Dave "Soul Man" Tops National ChartsSam

and Da v e' S Stax recording ing to the weekly charts to be sed the one million mark in
of"Soul Man"has become published in the November 11 sales and is now awaiting fin-
the number one best sel- Issues of Cashbox and Record al certification by RIAA (the
ling: record In the nation for World magazines, the music official accreditation agency
the week of Nov. 5th, accord- trade journals. which authenticates the sale of
one million copies of a record)
which will enable Sam and
Local Women Attending Dave to receive a coveted gold
record for the disc.
BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SHEETING Convention In WashingtonAttending
Sam (Moore)and Dave Prater -
IN A RIOT THERE ARE NO The losers include
the annual con- Youths attending are; Miss f ) are currently in Europe on
everybody the rioters, the victims, enforcement,the vention of the National Council Leola Alford and John Bennett. s the final swing of their month
community the state and the nation. of Negro Women In Wash- Staff of volunteers are; Mrs. long "Sweet Soul Tour' which
Causes of riots can be counted by the score. A study of the ington, D C., this week,from Juanita Johnson, office manager : has brought them wide acclaim
overall problem Indicates, however, that the widespread vio- Miami are; and Mrs. Gracie Miller, from critics and fans alike
lence in our country to some degree is a direct outgrowth of project director. e The duo will return to the
the civil disobedience movement.In Mrs. Lucy Matthews, Miss
The convention theme Is; United States on Nov. 14th.
recent years, some leaders of dubious stature have madea Frances Henderson, Mrs. "Women.The Crisis In the "Soul Man"moves into the
grandiose gesture of willfully violating laws they deem to be Johnnie Parris, Mrs. Dorothy Black ComD'mityDirection:: winners circle stimultaneously "Soul Man," which was
unjust. For the most part, these individuals, although admit- Graham, Mrs. Josie Roberts, and Decision" The second focus with the announcement by- composed by the hit writing
tedly guilty of breaking the law, have gone unpunished. Mrs Eunice Liberty,and Mrs. is on youth with the theme: Al Bell Stax/VoltVicePresi- team of Isaac Hayes and David
Young thugs and misguided teenagers, seeing others defy Pauline Austin. "Let's Get With It." dent that, the record has Porter, is the first Star/ Volt
authority and the courts with Impunity, have been led to believe pas- record to reach the numberone
Also trainees attending: Delegates and representatives -
that any crime under banner of complaints is Justified. Mrs. Eva Love, Mrs. Delores from national affiliate spot in the nation. However -
Consequently, they ignore the law and roam through their com- the disc will be the sec-
Cain, Mrs. Jean Brant, Mrs. groups and local councils from
munities creating violence and terror. Alice Adams, Mrs. Montez all over the nation are attend- Who is the Most Popular? ond gold record that the Memphis -
Certainly, those who expouse the theory of civil disobedienceand based label has receivedIn
Reid, and Mrs. Ollie Griffin. ing convention. KING &
authorities who free guilty violators must share a portionof QUEEN as many months. Booker T.
the blame and responsibility for the turmoil in our streets.It CONTEST And The MG's earlier received -
should be abundantly clear that the doctrine,of civil disobe- Mayme Bondu Now Public Sponsored by th.B.T.U. of a gold record for their Volt
dience Is a doctrine of self-destruction. Mt. Olivette Baptist Church recording of "GreenOnions,"
Stern decisive action Is needed when 1450 NW Ut Court which it first
a street disturbance Relations For Miami even though was
begins. Justice is not served when a growing horde of vandals Wednesday. Nov. 29, 1967 released In 1962, has been a
and looters is appeased and their pillage overlooked lest "a Miymo ChaptmanBonduhasbeen Mayme, a member of the 8:00: P.M. consistent S e 11 e r and finally
show of force might provoke them to greater violence' appointed publuc re- Par and Birdie Golf Club of DonationsAdults passed the million sales mark
Quiescence does not satisfy rioters. Procrastination or uncertainty lations agent for the Miami- Miami and the Iota Phi Lambda 50* Children 25* this September. "Green
on the part ofauthorities denotes weakness or con- Metro Department of Publicityand Sorority, succeeds Larry Deacon J. Gibson, directorMrs. Onions' thus took five years to
cession to a mob. Thus, the 0 f fenders are encouraged, and Tourism.In Batchlar, who is now with the I. C.. C.Mlcklns Davis, ,pastor pr....(N18)Rev.) sell a million copies, a feat
their violence gains momentum. addition to her duties in Bahamas Ministry of Tourismin which was accomplished by
A Judicial self-appraisal by the news media of their riot cov- promoting Greater Miami, Freeport, Grand Bahamas. "Soul Man' in but five weeks.
erage might also be in order. Some media have already taken
action In this regard. There can be no quarrel with the all- A
important role of keeping the public informed as quickly and
as completely as possible.Noone rightfully expects riots to be Avoid The Rush! Lay-Away

played down or salient facts withheld.On .
the other. hand, militant agitators, hate-mongers, and Now For Christmas
publicity-seeking rabble rousers who incite riots have no fear
of overexposure. They know that television, radio, and front-
page news stories are the best and quickest means of getting
their views before the public. Thus, they seek attention from
the news media.
In riot reporting, objectivity and balance, always key fac-
tors of responsible journalism, help expose distortion and reduce -
the special treatment of those who advocate violence. S eM !, d7 L-
Strict adherence to high journalistic principles is a valuable +

public service in matters affecting public safety., a r .
Many proposals have been advanced to help eliminate the ,
cause of riots. Just as there Is no single cause, there Is no i
single remedy. I do know, however, that the answer will not Mrs. Bondu will solicit con- .. _wiry. .. d
be found in sociological remedies alone. U our system of law ventions for the city. JUNE r.
is to survive, then the law mist be enforced. Mrs. Bondu, 42, has workedin
Those who break the law, acting'alone or In concert, must radio, public relations and
be detected and arrested, promptly prosecuted,and given pro- journalism for over 15 yearsIn HALL:5 ,"
per, substantial 1 punishment. In halting riots and removing Atlanta, Cleveland, Miami,
crime from our nation's streets, this should be the first order Nassau and Freeport, Grand .
of business. Bahamas.She WIGWi. _
came to Miami in 1953

BIRTHDAYS IN NOVEMBER: Pshawn Rogers,Lee E.Afford, from radio station WSRS, FASHIONS3773S65 N
1. Rev.L.D.Dowdell,Denise Johnson, 2. Marion Rob- Cleveland; WRAP, Norfolk; .
inson Marie Farringtcn 4. ..Michael Hearns, Howard Coach- and WERD, Atlanta, for the
man, Jr., Myrl Gibson, Charles J, Fortson, Zola J. Sullivan, opening of radio station WMBMon
Pauline L Cooper, 5 Edward Hawkins, Donna Alexis Miami Beach, as the .
Brown, Ronnie B. Newbold, Ida Webb, 6. t. Bessie S. Smith, distaff side of the "Mr. and M In W. T. GRANTS DEPARTMENT STORE
7 M. Athalie Range, 8. Valdez Murray\ Gary Mitchell Mrs. Swing' Show.
9 Dora Rhodes, 10 Janet Roberts, Edward Lynch, Before going into radio, 9 EAST FLAGLER STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDAFuIIfashionedlOOhumanhair

James P. Washington II, Marian Thomas, Donald M. Stubbs, Mayme was one of the six original -
Bernard J. Bennington, Cleo Brown 11... Arie B. Lawrence, Negro policewomen in Atlanta -
Berrye B. Elliott, 12. where she attended pub-

lic school, Atlanta University
MORE' NOVEMBER' BIRTHDAYS: Loleeta B. Clarke, Annie Laboratory High School and wigs wiglets & switchesno
Mae Jones, Shelia Renee Ross, Cynthia Cruz, 13. AlberthaM. Morris Brown College. ,
Ruff, 14...Hazel W. Matthews, Linda A. Chapman, 15 .'. ..
Nevi Wilson, Reginald Miller,Fredericka E. Lawrence,LouiseJ. Her husband, Dave, Sr., is money down $12. per week
Lewis, Rev. H.E.S.Reeves,15, Bernard J. Pennington, associate director of the
Gloria A. Coleman, Adria D. Harrison, Gertrude W.Johnson, Brownsville EOPI Center,and Fine, hand-crafted, a Complete styling before your eyes byff
Kenneth Ferguson, Jayne Teri Love, 18.. Rosemarie An&r- their son, Dave, Jr., Is lathe ( Individually-fitted wigs service for all wigs prize-winning stylists! WI
son, L. D. Kennedy Jr., 19. Vernay P. Jones, Dr Irene G. 291st Army Band at Fort Ben- -at fabulous Grant Including the one you GIft certificates-
Pratt, Harold Sawyer, 20?.ArleenD. Collins, Sandra Blake, ning, Ga. She Is the daughterof prices! own nowl for the look of loveliness
21. Rev. M, Green, Andrea Austin, Dorothy S. Sawyer, 22 the late Mrs. Wadelle 0. Custom styling by a See fabulous new every woman wants! .
. Lawrence Bethel, Marvin Blake, MiryS. Bibb, Martha A. Farmer of Atlanta. professional wig experts! hair styles created right .
Roker, 23. Blanch Courtney, Lisa Burrows, Robert C. I I
Jones, Sumner Hutcheson, 24. .Lonnie Pittman, Annie M. K. BE CUSTOM WIG-FITTED BY JUNE HALL AND HER STAFF, .

Dorsett, Victoria Y.demons, 25 ..Willie Lamorr, Dorothy USED CARS WHOSE MANY YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IS YOUR GUARANTEEOF
Wiggins Adside, Antlonette Lee, Bernice M. Chism,Beulah M. FOR SALE SATISFACTION.
Chism, Herbert L. Williams, 26. Henrietta Sweeting, 27 M
. Sharella Miller, 29. BANK REPOSSESSIONS': 1'4
1964 pontiac Grand-Prix,
CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: The Jim Reids unsealing become 2 door, hardtop, air cond., M FREE I STYLING, CARRYING CASE AND HEAD FORM
official November 3 Doreen R. Young ill at home power .teerlng, .rbrok.b 1i (
Miller power window, radio. ; WITH PURCHASE OF WIG OR WIGLET. =
. Olive in Christian Memorial right eye surgery $2,036.32
. Mrs. Wllda Sands in Cedars of Lebanon. Mrs. Sarah
Newbold over to Nassau to bury her lone sister Charity Bar- 1965 Dodge Coronet 500, WILDMAN STEVE
nett Fr Stafford Sweeting's mother Mrs Myrtis Sweeting 2 door hard-top, Bucket
teats, console automatic
admitted to Jackson Memorial last Sunday .. Mrs Henrietta steer*
Sweeting to Christian Memorial same day .. Inez Armster- transmission"", radio. power Tonight & Every Night Till 5 a. m. h

Wilcox expecting Sir (Dec) Stork Daughters of the KingSt $1, 994.55 FLOOR SHOW & DANCING
( Agnes) showered veteran member Mrs Eunice Moss with 1963 Pontiac Convertible, V,.
gifts, frankincense and myrrh at her home Nov.5... Sisters radio, power Turf Double Deck Bar
Anna-Grace and Gayle Sweeting up from attack of virus. $$1,032.09 79th
Street & NW 7th Avenue
Rainbow Park elementary schoolprof Franklin Clark has forsaken Call Today ;
(Frank Sinatra Filmed Tony Rom Bar Scene Here)
the bachelor tribe for the benedict fraternity.He proudly LINCOLN NATIONAL
presented his Alabama blushing bride of 24 hours, Dunbar BANK THE FABULOUS BLUE NOTES

elementary schoolmarm Leola Jarmon: (the pair were sealed 759-4431 James Knight Orch., Mona Lisa, Jerry Jones & GigiM
Nov 4)) to his St John Baptist congregation on Sun. Nov. 5.I .



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 10, 1967 9

Miami Marine Gets Dream Trip

Norfolk, Va.-.Mirlne Cor- event. They will Join Sgt. through the courtesy of Con- been arranged by Navy Spec-
poral Herbert Thompson, Thompson in celebrating the tinental Trailways. Accommodations ial Services. Sgt. Thompson
son of Mr. and Mrs Ernest C. 192nd anniversary of the Unit- in New York are will be the dinner guest of the I
Thompson, 1600 NW 91st St., ed States Marine Corps. provided by the Hotel New former Mayor of Middlesex,
0ii4 Miami, left for the famed Travel arrangements to and Yorker management. The en- N, J., ana Mrs Walter,Ri:
Grossinger's Resort locatedin from Grossinger's are tertainment while there has ferty,
the Cats kill Mountains of' P s,,,
New York. ,

BY DAVE BONDU The Grossinger family has x r

--- !- groups of servicemen from all f rr

This story is written for those people who missed or couldn't the Armed Forces, primarilyfrom L
Halloween.You the New York area, as _
get in to see Clyde Klllen's Hurricane Boys on
can call em what you like, but they were 200 strong. their guests since 1942 They k :
have recently extended the invitation -

Last Tuesday night, Clyde Killens, with the help of Dallasof to Marine and Navy
Cette Rosette, George Patterson and Phil Harris, packed veterans wounded in Vietnamwho T r
that club to the rafters and over 400 people were turned away are now hospitalized in the 'rly

from the Knight Beat door.As for the Gay ones all shapes, Tidewater area.

all sizes aU colors,with 1 o n g hair, short hair,African First stop on the trip is New

haircuts fantastic make-up, beautiful gowns, high heels York City where Cpl. Thompson
youname it and there was someone wearing it. They invaded will be the weekend guest
the ladle's room. What else? ? ? They were not taking of the Hotel New Yorker. Ar-
any chances in the men's room. I played it safe and sat there rangements have been made

and suffered. for him to attend a Broadway L

musical after dining at the

As one real lady put it, "looking at them, I have to check Rainbow Room, high over the tb
myself to be sure I'm still for r e a 1."HALLOWEEN, a time streets of New York,at Rockefeller -
when the real females masquarade as men and the men get a Center.

chance to show what they would look like if they were girls. Sunday the 21-year-old
The most amazing thing about a Gay Ball is to sit In your chair Marine will leave New York r '.

and look around you. You will find yourself trying to pick out, City for Grossinger's. While _._-_. ._-- ---- ,
the real females from those who are in masquarade. Another there, all the faclllties-for- Mitchell Menacof, Coral Gables Senior High Coordinator Is shown distributing

person said, "The' way they switch, you can't tell which is fun of the famed resort: golf, bank books to students. Reading left, to right. Mitchell Menacof Dorothy Smith,
which." Now to the show: The opening was apresentation of tennis, riding, swimming and Kathleen Dials and Iris Robinson. I
chorus line of the Hurricane Boys bringing on Phil Harris likea resting will be at bis disposal.At .

Jackie Gleason opening with the June Taylor Dancers. Phil night he will have an opportunity Coral Gables Students Earn While They Learn
was wearing an outfit that would blind you,and did an opening to attend the Grossinger
dance that rocked the house. After his opener, he introducedThe
Playhouse and the Terrace
"Earn while learn" is and Distribution) encountereda of
you banking.
Dutchess whose rendition of"There he is' pleased the
Room where famous stage ,
the motto of Coral Gables Sen- new type of learning ..
Mrs. Abess vice
Jam packed house. Phil kept the show moving at a fast stepping television and radio presidentof
person- lor High's new "thrift and know how at the
program. City National Bank elated
pace by presenting Princess Juan who removed her long, beau- alities entertain the guests.On ,
City National Bank of Coral
tiful to become a shake dancer .. TOPLESS NO LESS over the experience idea for
gown Nov. 10th, the Grossinger's Members of UB Distributive Gables.
with real boobies. no Joke. ,real ones. Now how do you have planned a special Education class the class, has agreed to forgo
Each week members of the
do that ? ? ? After that shocker, Madame Fertilizer, another check charges for the remainder -
dancer of a "semi-Chickie Horne with bouncing boobies and class are encouraged to de- of the year.
posit a small of their
the famous tennis shoes. Next came last year's queen, who
larship Fund. It is strictly Invitational and if have earnings in savings account.
was Introduced to do her dance number, and she brought the you your The DE Student take regular
invitation don't to and send card back for They will also learn that
house to it's feet.Last year's Queen was Miss Clydette Klllens forget hurry your sav- courses of study in the morn-
registration Expecting folks from everywhere here for ing regularly can add up to a ing and then get on-the-Job
(Clyde Killens, in drag). "Miss, Killens" lived up to "her"
the Blossom Classic Sat Dec. 2. It to be tidy sum. in
promises the
Orange a training afternoons and
promise to wear Gold from neck to feet,and a beautiful bru-
great time .'. Congratulations to the EOPI workers who are The second semester, stu- on Saturday. All students are
nette wig. "she" stole the showl! Joya Lane, fabulous as
volunteering their services to help in the dents will start checking ac-
poverty program, supervised by their store
always, sang"Hello Young Lovers"and"What Now My Love,
even though there is no salary involved. Tha is It for this counts, and will then learn to manager as well as periodic
followed by the Brown Bomber, and exotic dancer,possessinga
week, til the next one, LIVE LIFE EVERY GOLDEN MINUTEOF write checks, keep balances, supervision by the school coordinator -
beautiful, well-kept body and a face that would fool anyone,
records and idea
IT. PEACE! get a general .
\ who danced with two LIVE SNAKES.She wrapped the snake
around a customer's neck(right next to me) and that was too
closet! could have put the Ex-Lnpeople out business. Phil 'to
carried his well planned show on with Dallas of Cette Rosette, Motorcade To
who belted out a tune called Hip Shaking Mima" and went intoa

cute dance. To fill in while the entertainers were changing Visit FMC
costumes, Clydette Killens came on to say that maybe next
year the Ball will have to be held at the Auditorium becauseso
many people could not get in.This sounds like a good idea. Building SiteA

Then he sang a number. CLYDE SINGINGI! Yep,he'll try any-
thing once, and we really give him credit for being the kind of "Cavalcade of Churchmenand
guy who will do anything to try to please his customers and Children" to visit the site
keep them well entertained. It was now time for Phil to do his of the building of the Florida

act, and he did as African King with the Hurricane Boys do- Memorial College this Satur-
ing a Jungle number featuring GeeGee Latang and Joya Lane. day was announced by Rev.
This Jungle number was Just too much! Baby Twana, another I. C. Mickens, chairman of the
exotic dancer, did her number in a costume that was out of this Baptist Pastors of Dade
world, followed by the grand finale with the entire cast dancingto County for the Dr.J.A. F.Fin-

the tune of a Calypso beat. Music for the show and dancingwas layson dinner committee.

by the Mignificent 7. The purpose of the caval-
cade is to a of -
bring group pastors
Now for the FashionshowdGayboys dressed in all sortsof
their church member-
creative fashions. Tyy came from Cuba, laS, Chicago, ,
ships and children to the col-
New York, New Jersey, California, Miami and Miami EACH.
site NW 156th Street
lege on
Many wore original creations, and some were Just plain gor -
and LeJeune Rd.and to keep QUALITY
geous and others were "way-out." If you missed it, I'll bet I
them posted on the latest con-
won't have to keep reminding you next year to get your tickets
struction It is also
progress. ,
early. You really missed the show of the year. Seen on
to make children aware of
the scene were: (to name a few) Mrs. Portia Bannister, Mrs. their future opportunity for SEAFOOD CENTER

Juanita Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Page, Miss Blanche higher learning in DadeCounty's
Calloway, Mrs. China Valles, Wild Mm Steve, Henry Givens, newest four lib-
Mr. and Mrs. James Everette, Patrick Range, Tom Washington year
Mr. 'and Mrs. Jim Keene, Eloise Morris, Mr. and Mrs. eral arts college. 5759 NW 27th Ave.

Bill Myles, Elco Corbar, Mrs.Richard Gardner, nand Mrs. The cavalcade will com-
James Chatman, Rico Saunders, A. D. Moore, Dr. and Mrs. mence from the St. John's
Howard Hadley, Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Shirley, Atty and Mrs. Baptist Church at 3:30p.m. '
Henry Arrington, Milton (Butterball) Smith, Yama Bahama, Rev. Thedford Johnson is the 635-4794

Sue Harris, Gloria Thompson, Bessie Wilkerson and Gloria pastor.

Lassiter The group will then take on
an additional party at the St.
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Athalie Range Luke's Baptist' Church, Rev.

P. W.Williams,pastor,at 3:45
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Maurice Ferre It's 'a great pleasure to serve you.

p.m.A ,. .
VIP OF THE WEEK: Steve Clark tour of the college site will

commence at 4:30 p.m.and Come to see me.
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Mrs. Ruby Cruz is pushinglike those who are present will be
mad to help her 13 year daughter, Cynthia, who is a stu- asked to Join forces helping
dent at Glades Jr. High School and is interested in a contest to sponsor the dinner Novem-
for Miss State Tea. This event is sponsored by the Episcopal ber 24th which will honor Dr. You will get Quality Merchandise,
Church of which Father Theodore Gibson is rector. Cynthiawill J. A. F. Finlayson, Presidentof
sell tickets for a transistor radio in order to be crowned, the General Baptist Convention -

and at the same time raising mroneyfora building fund for the for Florida. and Service With a Smile.
church. .Clyde Killens sets forth on another venture for the Always
Orange Blossom Classic at the Knight Beat Saturday night, The children who attend will
Dec. 2, after the game. He is hunting for some big names for be given a history of the 75

the show in order to give the people their money's worth year old Florida Memorial Leon
The City of Miami is sending out special invitations to the College and each will take

First Annual Jim nv Burns Invitational Golf Tournament to be home a handfulofsandtocom-
played Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 2 and 3, at Lejune Course. memorate their attendance on
This is a fine affair, and will benefit the Jimmy Burns Scho- this occasion.



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New York, Wednesday, Nov. 1, after a delightful ten-day \ ,
stay in Miami. (During my stay) It was nice observing "The
Miami Times office staff inaction/'City Editor,John A, DIAZ
moving around with lighting speed...Managing Editor, Garth
Reeves holding down three phones.(At once) Rev. L. A.
Thompson(proof reader and rewrite m'll1) "pushing the dead-
line." "Sugar and spice and the thing that's nice," Secre "--... -
RADIO tary-office manager, Mrs.Eunice Davis.(Soul Stuff)?. A tour BRENDA MICHAEL
thru' the entire Times(new to me) Plant by Chief Editor,
H. E. S. Reeves. (The Honorable Reverend) .t The Beautifully BRENDA JOHNSON-CAMPUS QUEEN OF THE WEEK.-
decorated conference room, "A dream." .. other staff Brenda is a Senior at Miami Jackson High School, she's sweet
members I met(The boy genius) James Home, And Advertising sixteen, "Rock and Roll"music. Ambition; modelingand
Director "Big Bill" M J Bride. "By chance," I did clothes styling. Favorites: Singers,"Sam and Dave,"
get to see my top buddy, Stanley(Theatrical Editor) Sweeting records, Soul Man and Aretha Franklin's"Take A Look At
on the run (During one ot"Llne.-o-'fYpe"Sweets famous split Yourself. BoyfrIend Cleve.
second stops by t h e office)... Cyril Adderly a busy offset- NEW YORK CITY BEAT.- Mr. and Mrs. Muhammad
pressman I didn't see, Leo Armhrister, Dave Bondu, (The Cassius Clays), she's the former Belinda Boyd, 17, of
Booker T, Hayes, or Sports Editor, Harry Spear. Chicago, sightseeing around the New York area. They're look-
a-like, are like identical twins."(A divine and lovely couple)
AMERICA MICHAEL WILLIAMS-CAROL CITY HIGH-TEEN OF THE There's no doubt, that the new Mrs. Mohammad: All will
FURNITURE WEEK.-Michael, 17,resides'2515 NW 159th Street, Opa- be chosen one ot the "Top ten best d re..e d women of the
locka. He's the son of Mrs. Louise Williams. He is an honor "
year. Rudy Dee's new picture, "The Incident, a picture to
2300 m 42 SK student, will graduate in June...Mike likes and Rock," see Sidney Peltier's "To Sir With Love," Highest money
favorite singers, Dionne Warwick and James Brown. Songs, making movie of the year...Damlta and Johnny Nash split
"A Message To Michael"and"Let Yourself Go."Steady girl- ,last week's engagement at the Apollo(125)( Theatre,with James
friend, pretty Vivian Jones.(166 Street lassie), Brown(Mr Dynamite), the number one soul singer.In spite of
extra shows that James Brown put on, they still turned away
LOll'SMIAMI thousands of tau, they had to call lathe riot squad, Tuesday,
E. N. Wednesday and Thursday ."Sam and Dave" (soul man) to
DRIVE INTHEATRE Headline Big Apollo (Harlem) Theatre. Thanksgiving Show.
week's Teen Chatter Sune," is dedicated to the Opa-iocka
(159 Street SET Robert Kempson and Phlllis Kempson
8100 NW 7th Ave 693-4211 ,(Same name, but no relation)crazy about each other. To them,
; s it's Stevie Winder's "I'm Wondering." Glenn Keyes
(Parkway High) and Venda Rolle an Item. A Fantastic Four,
"To Share Your Love," dedication. .."The Young Lovers,"
Roger Brown' and Cynthia Lewis (North Dad High),via the
Esquires' "Get on up." William Harris and Valery
Rogers, going steady, to each other it Marvin-Tamte's"Your
Precious Love." Emily Thompson back in New York by
Jet from Miami. RuthDanielNaoml Hunts' daughter SDA)
at the Poney Stable Thursday night,looking real foxy Time
i' ,Jo and tide waits for no man. CUNxWK.TGIUmOVrTRESSWIgS .

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rSMarket Chain Opens First "

November 14 MIAMI NEEDS ; {,,:

Baltimore, Md-The first monies at Tuesday's program.Jet The first Super Jet Food ,. "
Super Jet Food Market will officially Food Corporation has Market is an ultra modern JERRY STERN!
open In Baltimore on been In existence since October structure approximately 18- ,
Tuesday, Nov. 14, It was announced 1966. The idea was origi- 500* square feet with parking .
by Herman T. Smith, nated by Mr.Herman T.Smith, space for close to 100 cars.
president of the Negro owned a Washington based market- It has been especially designed -
Jet Food Corporation. The ingspeclallst, and was organized for efficient management :"t"' :: .
grand opening will take place to bring top quality and consumer economy. The '.; .' ', 1"'_\\1,
Immediately following a gala food to central city residentsat store is air conditioned and in "$ ..1., .:'" "I" ,
ribbon cutting ceremony to be competitive prices, to addition to carrying major ,4: ": .::.e"'' ,., "j )\ ::
attended by over 150 national, create more Jobs for Negroesand brand products, first quality f. }
business, government and to give them an opportunity meats, fresh fish and fresh
community officials and witnessed to participate in store owner- vegetables delivered on a dally
by more than 1500 potential ship. Jet Food Corporation is basis, it will also offer check
patrons from the East the only large scale project cashing services, money I heartily Urge
Baltimore location of the which has been able to succeed order facilities and a snack
$350,000 structure. without the assistance of fed-
Among the speakers at eral or foundation funds. bar.The Baltimore market will
Tuesday's ceremony will be The nationwide chain of modern feature the latest display facilities -
U. S. Senator Joseph P. Tyd- supermarkets was first and a "Jet Express" all my friends to
ings, (D.-Md.), Mr. William announced in February of this check-out system unequaledby ?
Hudgins, president of Free- year.Since that time Super Jet any store in the city.Spec
dom National Bank,and Mary- Food Markets have been organized ial attention has been given to
; land State Senators Mrs. and are being developed restroom facilities and the
e Verda Welcome and Clarence for Washington, D.C.,Chicago store hours have been established .,, ,
i Mitchell, IIISpeakers Saint Louis, Winston- to suit the shopping of '' ,.
representing the Salem, Durham,Miami Tampa the customer. The store has .. ','
business community IncludeMr. and Mobile. Three other Super been training personnel for i" :
Charles P. McCormick, Jet Food Markets will be open- several months and will initially -
chairman of the Board of Mc- ed in Baltimore during 1968. employ a staff of 80.. .'..0 'S.SVOTE
Cormick, Inc., Mr. Henry G. Mr. Smith estimates that FOR
Parks, Jr., President of Parks Negroes will spend over 7 billion -
Sausage Company and Mr. dollars for food in 1968. JOLLY FRIENDS
C. M.JennewelnAssistant Under existing ownership pat SOCIAL
General Manager of Best terns less than one quarter of
Foods Corporation. one percent of that sum will CLUB TO WORSHIP
Other participants In the be spent in food stores owned Sunday, Nov, 12, at Greater JERRY STERNFOR
program Include Robert C. by Negroes. "I am convincedthat Bethel AME Church. In mem-
Moot, administrator cfth U.S. thedevelopment of the orial for the first president the
Small Business Administration Super Jet Food Market chain late Mrs. Bertha Lewis All
who will officiate at the will greatly Increase this members are requested to be
ribbon cutting; Dr. Gilbert small percentage. Through a at the church at 10:45 a.m.
Ware, representing Governor franchise arrangement with
Agnew of Maryland and An- Jet Food Corporation Negroes -
drew T. Hatcher, associate for the first time, will PHYLLIS WHEATLEYART
White House press secretary be given the opportunity to op- AND SOCIAL CLUB
under President Kennedy and erate, manage and own competitive -
now vice president of the International supermarkets. This ANNUAL TEA
public relations will add dignity central-city Annual tea at New Covenant Miami
firm of Hill and Knowlton,Inc. communities and offer to many Presbyterian, Sunday, Nov. ,
Mr. Hatcher, who Is a board their first chance to become 12, 4-?. Members and friends ,
member of Jet Foods will a part of America's free en- urged to attend. State president MM. II
serve as master of cere terprise system CA: W.Clubs to be present I
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This Eastern Star Organization Is the adoptive rite of the
"'. Modern Free andAccepted Masons of the World,(Scottish Rite '"'\
i J baf. Affliation); Incorporated In 1917, and Is registered to operates "j f J,
I .MRS.,ESTELLA ALFORD ..fl.. In 24 of the most heavily Negro populated States In the Nation. ; MRS GRACE MA''LOY I
Warder ;?Iff Supreme Headquarters are now located In Columbus,Ga., In j Esther
-. : September 1968, the Supreme Headquarters will move to Mia- ...

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We believe that a strong economic base by,and for Negroes j |
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him find his true place In society through mutual self-help. By ',"' f'
fM r. pooling our resources, we can build for the mutual benefits r_ I '
of our members anything it takes for a better life. ,'
We are seeking the progressive young Negroes who have the l'j
potential for leadership In a community. ,,.:
Our aim is to serve the present age; Therefore, we of the ,1
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A;.' goal the establishment and prepatual maintainance of a home i
; unwed pregnant adolescent girls, who are In need of shelter ; ,
Ij. support, guidance and planning during this difficult time, and ;\ ':
for their future lives. Other plans Includes a foster home for 1
.,' teenagers, thrlftshops, and other activities designed benefit {:
I MRS BETTYE WIGGS' .I. the Negro. The fashion show Is, then, one of a series of fund- MISS McNERVY DICKEY
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sad but loving mp.moryof Percy Blue, 139 NW 14th St.,
fond of father
memory ,
I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS brother, and uncle the late our dear died were Nov.held 1.Saturday Funeral from services the

e t Y chapel. Among his survivorsare

one son Robert; cousin

Mrs.Sarah FIQY 1.

I In loving memory of. our family of the late Elder Julia;>8. Robinson,
family, of the'late mother, sister and great 4698 NW 29th Ave., died Nov.
grandmother: LETA FINLAYSONwish 1. Funeral services were held

a. 411 to express their sincere Monday from Slaters chapel.
thanks and appreciaion to the A Among her survivors are one

many friends and neighborsfor brother, Rev J. E. Wilson,

your deeds of kindness and nieces, Madams, Lila Gary, ,
your varied, expressions of Juanita and Fern Wilson, ,,' .
sympathy during the Illness Florence HerringsAl-

and death of our loved one. theamease Brown, nephews,

Your prayers, cards, letters, Wilbur Herrings, Harry and

telegrams, flowers, tele- Buster Williams, Hasker

phone calls, visitations, kind Brown, Edgar Gary, John F.
words, and floral contri- Wilson.
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played a very important MRS. MARGARET
part in helping us bear the I who left us on Nov. 9, 1966 MUNNINGS Mrs. Emily Rolle, 1319 NW

STAFF SERGEANT LUTHER heavy burden placed on our Your memory is a keep sake, 64th St., died Nov. 2. Funeral
AUGUSTUS SMITH shoulders. Special thanks to With which we will never part who departed this life Nov 11, services were held Monday "

<> Rev H. V. Stuart, the officers Tho God has you in his keeping, 1965. from Bethany SDA Church.
who was killed inaction in and members of St. Mary'sW. We will have you In our hearts. Gone, but not forgotten. Among her survivors are two

Vietnam on October 17, 1967, MRS. CHARLOTTE GIBSON M. Church, members of the May light perpetual shine upon "Servant of God, well done;' sons, Nathaniel, who is the assistant -
wish to express our. deepest ,who departed this life November staff at Jackson Memorial! you. Rest from thy loved employ principal of Booker T.
appreciation to people from all .1< 11. 1961. Hospital, the Rahming Funeral 'Greatly missed by': The Battle's fought, the vic- Washington, Jr. High and Al-

races, creeds and religions May she rest in peace and Home, Atlas Lodge No. 308, The familyIN Enter tory the won, fred; two daughters Madams,
throughout the state of Florida. 'light perpetual nine upon her. and Love and Charity Lodge. Master's Joy. Edna Washington andAlma

The newspapers (Her aid& Mrs. Lucille Pinkney daughterMrs. May God bless each of you. The FamilyRICHADSON Lamb; ten grandchildren; five

Miami Times) The T. V. sta- Marie Higga MEMORIAM great grands.
tions and the entire city of Mi- daughter Clarence A. Finlayson and

ami, for their many expres- Ruth Gibson, daughter family Mrs. Octavia Coats, 1207

sions of sympathy during our Floyd Gibson, son NW 63rd St., died Nov. 2. Funeral -

bereavement. 'J'becards,telegrams 10 grand and three great CARD OF THANKS Robert Williams of 1771 NW services were held tues-

floral pieces, food, Grand children 47th St., died Tuesday, Nov.7. day from Liberty City chapel.

letters, cars and comfortingwordsfrompersonalvisits The family of the late I He is survived by a wife, Among her survivors are five -

CARD OF THANKSThe -- i,y Hezzie Mae; twelve children; daughters, Madames, Christine -
and telephone calls were con- r six girls, Tecola, Lillian, Smith, Catherine pete-

soling. _family. .., of the late,-- *. :AL Hattie Mae, Sarah and Dianne; krlne, Malinda Witker, Willie

Especially do we thank The six sons, Robert L, Willie B, Carter, Irene Sims, nieces,

Range Funeral Home for hand- Herman, Tyrone, Johnnie Mrs. Malissla Brinson; one
ling arrangements in such a z1 Carl, Ronald ,and James; one brother Samuel McGee.

sweet quiet way and taking ,.", sister Mrs. Ada Ross; two "
brothers Willie Robinson and FRANCIS '
care of even the most minute
Frank Stokes.
details.We r MR. GEORGE SEYMOUR Incomplete.Arrangementsare Mrs. Rhoda Marshall of

are also grateful to Rev. M.llachla King of 120 NW 14 Standard Creek,Andf s Is.-;*;
I Rainbow
Every see a land Bahamas died Nov. lst?
S. A. Cousin,Rev.J.B. Black- Shining in the sky above, St., died Monday, Nov 6.He is at Jackson, Memorial,
Hospital. J
nell and Rev. F. E. Sneed for I remember God's grace mer- survived by a wife Ella; three
Remains were shipped to An-
-Jurying\ out the services so 1 : cies, brothers. Remains will be ,
dros Island Saturday Nov. 4 ;
beautifully along with the soloist shipped to Nassau, Bahamas, ,
And His faithfulness and love. for final rites..Survivors in-.
choir and other participants Ra.inbow'm Saturday: "
Wtifen there's a the \1 elude '*
her h
'The Military Honor .sky> ; the clouds that frowned Gus Slater of 1430 NW 1st ; ,
who passed on Oct. 11 1961 go ct. died sons; two daughters; aid ,
Guard and the 82nd Airbourne BILLY WILLIAMSwho smiling by; Tin a promise Thursday, Nov. 2.HIs e
Association, Miami Chapter, wish to express their sincere,I Written there, of our Father's survived by a daughter Mrs. mother w"
the rites the honor well and grateful appreciation for Ada Miles three "
grandchildren 'N
gave ;
love and
departed this life Oct. 14, care, 01244
Willie McGrant
the kind word condolences, NW 20
deserved Is real Mills
by one as gallant as Mrs. Ida ;
When there's '
1967 a Rainbow in the
our deceased soldier. gratefully acknowledgeall f sympathy1afforded I fl 0 rats, telegrams and all! sky. Brooks. and George Farrell; St., died Nov. 4th,at Jackson.;
expressions a
other acts of kindness shown I great grandchildren. Memorial Hospital. Arrange-
To all of you who are too them in their hoursof Mrs. Laura Seymour, wife Funeral ments
during their hour of bereave service will be conducted are Incomplete.
numerous to mention here, it bereavement.The Mrs. Hazel D. Seymour,
was your kindness and numerous cards of con- ment.Special. daughter.IN Thursday, at 11:00 a.m. in the
) thanks to Rev. vhapel. RANGE
thoughtfulness that made our dolences and beautiful floral
Milton Fayson and all of th
sorrow bearable. arrangements were heart- IN MEMORIAM Robert Henry of 2555 NW
members ofMt. Zion AM FrancisJ.
May he rest in and warming.We 159 Ter., died Wednesday,November -
peace C Church Opa-locka, The In loving of sister E. Sanders of
extend thanks to memory our 827 NW 63 I 1. He is survived by
God's richest special
may blessings
neighbors of 153rd 154th and:
St. (also known
shine upon you and us as we Rev. Hall, the No. One Usher 155th as "Step"), his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
streets, The James CAtkins died Oct. 28, at Jackson Mgm-
carry these thoughts with us Board, the officers,and mem- post No. 245 and auxiliary EILEEN BUTLER orial Robert Henry; grandmother
bers of Ebenezer CME CALDWELL Hospital.Arrangementsare Mrs. Carrie six sis-
and ponder them in our hearts. The Eastern Airlines Henry;
Church. Special thanks to the who departed this life Nov. 7, Incomplete. Survivors include ters; two brothers; four aunts;
Sky Caps and the House of Albert -
Our Father tests us often No.Three Choir of Mt.Hermon 1961 and our father, two brothers,James and four uncles. Funeral services
with suffering and with sorrow AME Church and friends of Funeral Home, for theirvery REGINALD JOHNSONwho Harcourt; three sisters, Mrs. were conducted Monday, Nov.
fine and efficient service
He tests us, not to punish us Opalocka.Mrs. rendered. fell asleep Oct.,31, 1951. Ester Moss, Mrs. Martha 6 in Church of Christ.
but to help us meet tomorrowso McKenzie.. and Mrs. Clotilda
Vera Williams mo-
William Gleen, Opa-locka mere is no time mat we could Pratt- and-
whenever we are troubledand ther and family. Leroy Gleen- Clearwatersons set for parting, Grainville a brother-in-law, Jessie McDowell of 4223 NW .

when everything goes We who must remain are never Moss. 32 Ave., died recently in Jack
wrong it is Just God workingin son Memorial
Hospital. He is
Levonia Williams, Opa- ready for such a pain.
us to make our spirit strong. CARD OF THANKSWe ,locka Even our prayers would be, not survived by his wife, Eula M;

Pray for Peace. Sarah Davis Sanford yet, not yet, dear God a s Is ter, Lilli an Jackson;

the family of the late daughters and the entire Gleen Another day with us let our be- MANKER MILTON three children; two sisters-
Liz Smith, wife in-law
.... .._ family. loved stay. Emma
Nina and Akita Smith i..Ifj -11 Rankin and Mattie
i ,1 'ti + We must believe when falls the
daughters r', blow, Oct. 27, at Jackson Memorial Funeral services will be con-

Mr. and Mrs. Luther James CARD OF THANKSThe Is that wisely God has willedit Hospital Funeral services ducted Monday, Nov. 13th,

Smith, parents so.Vera. were held, Wednesday,Nov. 1. at 3:00: p.m. in the chapel.
Rev. and Mrs.Albert Smith, family of the late She is survived by her daugh-

grandparentsSp4 MINNIE VREEN A. Wilson ter, Mrs. Ellen Sanders, one Albert
Reginald B. Johnson Bridges, Sr., of 2096
James Smith, brother I of Palatka, Florida,would like son-in-law, two grandchildren Rutland St., died Thursday,
Patricia Elaine Smith, sis- II to express thei-sincere thanks and one great grand. Nov. 2. He is survived by his

terAunts 9 A and appreciation to their many IN MEMORIAMIn Albert Turner of 1437 NW wife, Mary; five sons, Albert,
uncles, grand uncles I 'al Y "f t .,. wonderful friends In Miami for 62nd St., died Oct. 31. Funeral Jr., Louis, William,Porter
and aunts, cousins and a host rendering such kind deeds and loving memory of my dear services will be held Friday and James! five
mother ; daughters
sister and ,
of other relatives and friends. remembering them in their mother grand- Nov. 3, in Jacksonville He is Eva Facen, M.iry Williams,

hour of bereavement.God survived by two sisters, Mrs. Ella Isaac, Ernestine and

CARD OF THANKS The bless family you, MRS. MAUDE STIRRUP Overstreet.Emma Ferby and Mrs. Mary Jp netti' two) brothers, Clif-
fi )nr' 'ah
BROWN ; a sister,Sally
Bennie White of 418 Railroad Go u;, b "uneral services

We, the family of the late ROBERT HENRY, JR. who departed this life Nov. 12, Ave., Homestead, died, will tx.i 'cted Saturday,
CARD OF THANKS 1962. 30. Funeral services will Nov. 11, at ,10 p.m. In the

LENORA BAPTISTS wish to thank our many friends The family of the late Servant of God well ddhel! Rest be the,held chapel.Thursday He is, Nov. 2,. at Church of God yy Faith.

and neighbors for,their kind from thy loved employ.The survived by
wish to thank our:many friends efforts bestowed upon us during .,GENE VALGENE SHANNON battle fought, the victory a wife Georgetta a niece, John Wmn of 245 NW 16th

and neighbors theirTclnd'efforts our bereavement. wish to thank the First Bap- won, Tenn.Miry Cannon of Nashville, Ter., died Nov. 3. He is sur-

bestowed upon us dur- Special thanks to the pas- tist Church of Bunche Park, Enter thy Mister's Joy. vived by his w If 1 e, Bertha; a

ing our bereavement.We tor of the Church of Christ and choir No. 1, Eastern Airlines The pain of death is past. Infant Nelson of 1212 niece, Mrs. Hattie Clark; a ,
offer special thanks to Range Funeral Home. Maintenance Labour and sorrow cease NW 1 sister-in-law, LellareEl-
Dept. neighborsand
Pl. died
Rev. 'I. C. Mickins, pstor of I Sadly missed by his mother, friends for their kindnessand And life's long warfare closedat Hospital., Oct.Grave 25 side, at Christian lison; a nephew, Henry Canty;

Mt. Olivette Baptist Church; father, grandmother, six sis- thoughtfulness, during the last, were held services and a grandson, Michael
Friday He is
Choir and members. ters, two brothers, seven hour of their sadness. Thy soul is found in peace. vived by his sur- Canty. Funeral services will
aunts four uncles two parents, mother be conducted
bro Mrs. Lenora Sands, Saturday, Nov.
Mary father
thers.In.law. Arthur, a grand 11, at 3.00
p.m.in Mt.
The Baptiste Family The family daughter and family mother Flossie Baker. Calvary
Baptist Church.



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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday.. November 10. 1967

MORE RANGE shipped on Thursday to Doug- .'
Mrs. Doris Washington of las, Ga. for final rites.

4595 NW 22nd Ct.,diedsaturday -
Nov. 4. Among her sur- Jessie Hill Turner of 5749S. ':
vivors are Willie J. Marshall, Michigan, Chicago, Illinois, :
a son. Final rites will be conducted died recently. He is survivedby } ,ir wQ

in Thomasville, Ga. a host of relatives in Chicago ,,' "t, '." ..' .
His remains were shipped k r

Mrs. Julia Chllds of 2989 to Chicago Wednesday for p-- lLt
NW 43rd Ter., died Sunday, final rites "
Nov. 5. She is survived by five ,.".

sons, Frank, Yance, Robert, Mrs. Josephine Hall 0 f I, \ \;
Curtis and Cornelius; four 14611 SW 103 Ct.,died Sunday, """
daughters, Ethel Fincher, Nov. 5. She is survived by her \ s
Charlie Mae Morris and Julia daughter, Mrs. Janet Rogers;
and Laura Childs; a sister two sons, Junius and Waymon: ; 4 '
Rosa Smith; 20 grandchildren; a sister, Arnie Oliver; a bro- Mm .
and ther Willie aunt Z
many greatgrandchildren. Pitt; an -
Funeral services will be Carrie Carvins; six grand- ,
conducted Saturday, Nov.. 11, c h II d r en.'Funeral services ,/
at 12:00 noon in the chapel. will be conducted Saturday,
Nov. 11, at 3:30 p.m.in Morning -
Winston Carey of Route 4- Star Baptist Church, JIt
Kendall, died Wednesday,Nov. Princeton, Fla.
Iln the Treasure Island Con-, ,! : ......
valescent Home. He is survived Lovenia Duncan of 7183 NW ,Fr a, .
by his wife Graveside ser 15th Ct., died Friday, Nov. 3.
She Is survived devoted .. ... .f
vices were conducted Wednes- by a '' ..
day, Nov. 8. husband Early; three sons, _
Thelma, Ira and I. J.; three -- ,7" r
Jim Johnson of 1139 NW 77 daughters, Joyce Sherry,Lois
St., died Sunday, Nov. 5. His Conley and Lovenia; 22 110Good'$ North Dade At Enriching I
survivors include two daugh- grandchildren; seven great-
ters, Mssdamcs Dora Brad- grandchildren; a brother,
ley and Rosa Lee Burch;a son Ells h a Odgen. Funeral ser- Human LifeNorth I
Jim, Jr.; a sister Annie Mae vices will be conducted Thurs-

Randall; a brother, Willie day, Nov. 9, af3:00p.m.lnthe Dade Junior H igh Sch. Thus, under the leadershipof given opportunities for self- science st,r tents)
Jackson. His remains were Shiloh Baptist Church. of Opa-locka has accepted as Mr. Charles D. Wyche, expression and achievement In addition to aesthetic use
one of its goals the providingof principal; Mrs W. H. Jami- through participation with the of leisure time, students are
I PASTOR AND HIS WIFE ARE EXTENDEDJOY an education which enrichesthe son,a s si s t a n t principal of band, chorus and orchestra. provided physical activities
OF CHURCH AFTER BIRTH lives of its students. Al- Nathan Miller, assistantprincipal A broad program of art and for enrichment. A successful
though developing vocational for currulum, (top cen- industrial arts is provided, Including after-school program has
church leaders will be the competence remains an Important ter) abroad program of' enrichment painting, sculptoring, been initiated by members of
guest of Mr. and Mrs.Tommy goal of the school, the is provided for North drawing, graphic drawing, the Physical Education De-
Thompson of Inman,S.C. They staff of North Dade believes Dade students. crafts, photography, paintingand partment. (See picture at top
will fly from there to Miami, that students must be guidedto The music program includes wood shop. (Art studentsare right.)
Nov. 16. The Rev Reed will be choose worthwhile leisure vocal and instrumental seen working at top left). Other phases of the enrichment
guest preacher at Mt. Zion activities. instruction. Students are The school dance groupper- program of North Dade
Baptist Church,Dr.E.T.Gra- forms regularly throughoutthe l Include student research
ham pastor, on Sunday, Nov. area. The dance program activities, the presentation of
19.The THE DORSEY DIARYFreddie includes tap dancing,ballet speakers (see photo at bottom
Reeds will spend five and creative dancing. (Members left), field trips,social dances
days in Miami forrestaDdrelaxaUon F.Pittman. has been These students alsopartici- of dance group shown on and numerous activities plan-
as guests of the Rev., selected by the Miami jr. pated In programs throughout bottom right onstage of ned by the inter*action Cultural
and Mrs. L. R. Ross, 3270 NW Chamber of Commerce along American Education Week; school's Little Theatre). Series Committee,an interracial
I 45th St.Mrs.Reed's part of the with four other candidates for Naomi Cobb and Harolyn North Dade's drama pro- project designed to
':" ': trip is a gift of the women of ,the county wide Physical Fit- Storr, Clarinet Duet; James gram has a unique feature fora provide culturally enrich-
,lcP I'The St. John's Church in honor of ness A w a r d, and make men* Seymour, piano selection by Junior high school. Students ing experiences.
the birth of a daughter to the tion of the dinner in his honorat Beethoven; and, addresses by are provided in-class experiences Members of the North Dade
couple two months ago the McAllister Hotel,Tues Sharon Reed, Barbara Days in drama on an actual staff feel that through the edu-
Rev.and Mrs.F.Arthur day, Nov. 7, attended by the and others too numerous to state. Drama productions are. cation of students who can
Reed will arrive by plane The Diamond Crystal Salt Dorsey faculty when he i s mention. 'scheduled for presentation in choose worthwhile leisure activities -
Monday, Nov 13, for two daysas Company has harvested its selected the winner over all the spring., the nation's culture
'house guests of Mr. and first crop of solar salt at its other candidates. (He will be Community as well as stu- Students are encouraged to can be preserved, the life of
Mrs., Hollis ,Landrum, 701 facility on Long Island in the nominated for the State Awardby dent involvement is stressed.Mrs. read through a lively library the community can be enriched
First Ave., West Henderson- Bahamas The first shipments the Chamber of Commerceand Pitt man invites all to science program. (Seen at the and highest values of so-
ville, N. C.The hosts are own- will be made to chemical industry we at Dorsey would not be visit the Community Drug- bottom center are library ciety are promoted.
ers of the Landia Guest House customers on the east too surprised if our Freddie, store on 15th Ave., to see a
The Rev. Reed is pastor of St. coast of the U. S. before the representing all our teachers, display of student projects.
John's Baptist Church of year's end. production duringthe goes National. Just watch your
Brookly, N. Y. and Presidentof first year of operation is local news and see. .but remember There will be no classes
the AntiochChristianAsso- expected to total 100,000 tons, you saw it first in conducted, Nov. 11, in order J
ciation. with a 350,000-ton annual capacity The Miami Times.) that we may honor those 4
Wednesday, Nov, 15, the by 1971. Americans who have served V
Let's talk about the AnnualPreThanksgiving their country in the Armed
game Forces. At this we honor all
between Dorsey and Robert E. Dorseyites who have served
691-7661 Lee, to be held Wednesday, their country in this manner. -
Nov. 15, at 2:15 here at Dor- LIMITED QUANTITY
sey. Bleachers will be set up Mention must also be madeof
and we will be able to seat 500 the many young men in uniform -
students. We expect at least who constantly visit Dor-
200 students from Robert E. sey to say "hello" to their old ARROW
lee. At half-time,Dorsey will teachers. These we also salute
feature a show by the band. today. A few Dorseyites who
Last year Dorsey beat Mac- have served with distinction in
Arthur Jr. High 35-7.We know today's conflict: Lt. Edward DRESS SHIRTS99c
Dorseyites will be a good host Moon, Larry Sharpe, Robert
to our g'Uestsas usual. Brown. Wementioned a few
who come to mind, and there
are dozens
How did Dorsey pay homage
to American Education Week
which ends this week?Mrs.D. Student editorial of the weekis

Pitt man, chairman, states, by Nancy Bratley, 9-3,en-
"The public has been invitedto titled "Good Manners in
visit our school anytime and School."
TME esnecially during this obser-
vance A number cf assemblieswere The meaning of good man-
held throughout the week ners in class is te respect your
teacher and classmates. You
Special feature of the week should never yell out in classor IF PERFECT $5 to $7
was Miss Wells Drama and talk out unless you are told
9& tiuf God 9 fut MI/ fAult, Basic Education students who to do so. You should do your LONG SLEEVE MANY COLLAR STYLES
performed in a play called,, work all of the time and not let
,The Greatest American.'' the ones that don't want to do
.6f 1Uf laia 9.-.1i{ e. theirs stop you.When you have
a problem; you should talk if
YOU 11i AT'IN YOUR These students performed over'with teacher
MAY REASSURE did an outs .nding Job: Betty your or GIANT
counselor. In this way,you will ..
HOUR OF BEREAVEMENT Marshall, Calvin Howard,
develop good manners that will
Valerie Williams, Bernetta
"Where service begins and, never ends" Roker, Maria Carr, Dorothy help"you become a better per-
Jame. Congratulations. son. Discount Store
Three locations to serve you:

Miami Opa-loch Perrine For his Invocations and Congratulations Nancyl! All 2f NB. 2nd ST;
messages, we thank Rev.W.F. true Dorseyites will live up to
Savoy. your words.


,& THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 10,1967WOMAN'S .'

Ip I tt Inu In Efjurrij(! nn ay

M 1 1Is

23rd Annual Women
Rev. R, H.. Johnson, pastorWomen's Rev. Theo.R.Gibsonrector

A Day will be held, Day At St. Paul SundayJUANITA The observed Episcopal All Churchwomen Salnta Day-

Sunday, Nov. 19. We are ask-
and annual United Thank .\
the \
ing all members torememberyour
obligations.The Offering Sunday. The guest I'i
1 speaker, was' Mrs. Roberta I:
theme: Attention Christian -
Women A time for action Papino, English Instructor at BAPTIST WOME H'S ,';'

DAY through Faith. Miami Northwestern Senior COUNCIL ;
High. Mrs. Papino was infor-
ATEBENEZERNovember Morning speaker, Mrs.
Irene Taylor, President of the mative in her presentaton to All members of the Bap- .*
12 the women will Conference Branch of the the women of the church. Mrs. tist Women's Council are urg- :f'1,

observe their annual Women's South Florida Conference of Miriam Peavy, U. T. 0. Cus- ed to be present, Friday, No- :

Day. The chairman Mrs. Laymen Evening speaker, todian was in charge of the an- vember 10, promptly at 8 p.m. ,.

Allene V.Taylor along with the Rev. Maggie Green. A spiri- nual United Thank Offering and at Mt.Olivette Baptist Church.

co-chairman Mrs Mamie tual program has been plan- reported over $100. This will be the last meeting .\
Lambert and Mrs. Ruthie M. ned for the day.The The annual Bazaar will be in November and plans will be

Scott have worked hard putting Youth Department will held Friday and Saturday, No- made for the Christmas tree .
o vember 10 and 11 the church <
forth plans and projects for be in charge of the afternoon on fortheunderprlviledgedPlease
this day to be a bigger and bet- service, at 3:00 p.m. grounds. Plan now to attend. come and help. *:

ter Women's Day.With the co- Choir No.One is celebratingits FISHER The members oftheEYCand Mrs. Julia Drake of Friend- i:

operation of the members, anniversary beginning, LEENETTEPENNINGTON their sponsor Mrs. Theo. ship Baptist Church has returned -

boards, auxiliaries and Friday, Nov. 10, and ending The women, will celebrate R. Gibson attended the annual from a long vacation '(

friends a great day have been Sunday, Nov. 12, at 3:00: p.m. their 23rd annual Women's Bethel, Miami. In the evening Miami Deanery on Sunday at in North Carolina. She is an ;

planned. The public is invitedto Rev. T. C.. Kelly and congre- Day, Sunday, Nov. 12. services will be the crown- the church of the Ascension, enthusiastic member of the |;,

worship with us, the morning gation will be in charge of the Mrs. Juanita Fisher our ing of Miss St. Paul and little Richmond Heights.All reported Baptist Women's Council and :

services begins at 11:00 Friday night services. Women's Day chairman pre- Miss Women's Day. We ..cor the meeting was informa- left North Carolina to attend

a.m. at that time Mrs.Dora W. Prayer meeting is held each siding says, "This is our 23rd dially invite you to come out tive. the Denver meeting. She has

Wright will be the speaker.The Friday night with the Mission- annual Women's Day a day that and worship with us. We were happy to see many much to. relate. Hear )her

evening service beginsat ary Department 'in charge. will be remembered for yearsto Remember our sick and saya of our adults at the rally held Mr s. Maybelle Andersonwill
7:00 p.m. with Mrs. Etta Please attend your weekly come with the help of our prayer for their recovery. for City Commissioner,Atha- bring the Bible Lesson and"*

Thomas speaker.These services. ma ny friends and members, The Gibbs Club will chartera lie Range on Sunday afternoonat thought for the remainder of '

ladies are well known in the Visitors are always welcome let us strive to reach our goal bus to the annual conference, Chrsit Church. Yes, the the month '

community. You will be very to worship with us. with the full co-operation of Nov. 26, (Sunday). The round youth were there, the youth of

much inspired after worshiping each board and club." At 3:00 trip fare will be$t.OO the con- tomorrow.Mr. BROWNSVILLE BAPTISTRev.

with us. The theme is, p.m. our Juniors will take over ference will be held in West Stirrup and M:. Rolle,

"The Wisdom and Goodness of ST. MARY'S BAPTISTRev. for their second try to show :Palm Beach, all persons who are to be congratulated for E.Wright' ,. pastorC.

Christian Women." W. F. Tanner, pastorA. that they are willing do their are Interested in making the such a fine rally. Mayor Clark Culpepper, reporter ','

Nails, reporter parts, last but not least our trip please contact Mrs. May- and City ,Comlssioner Ferre
FRIENDSHIP M. B. Women's Day will be observed evening program with the cochairman dell Braynon or any memberof were on hand to tell how much The church is sponsoring aprethanksgivfog

Sunday Nov. 12, with presiding Mrs. the Gibbs Club.GREATER. they think Mrs.Range has done dinner.., No,.
Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor Mrs. Goldie'Clarence Lillle Mae Woods. for our community Our rec- 22. Tickets are now on sale

Ruby Carr, reporter chairman and Mrs. Essie Our morning speaker will be tor, Introduced Mrs. Range. and can be purchased from any

Jones, co-chairman. Mrs. Leenette Pennington 0 f NEWMACEDONIA The Block Rally is still in member of the church. The

Sunday we will have baptism The women are working Richmond Heights. At three I progress. If you would like to church will celebrate its anniversary ,J", I.

service asking all candi- hard to make the day a suc- o'clock our Juniors will have contribute and can come to Dec 10.
We wish to apologize to the
dates to meet at the church, vess. A cordial welcome is extended as their speaker Mrs.Cherrye Usher Boards whose names church Just call mo at HI 8- We extend to you and your

at 7:00 a.m. to the public. The Mills Boyer from Greater 88633 'or the church office Hi family a cordial welcome to,
,Rev. C. J. Burney and congr'egatlom morning speaker is Mrs. I.C. were omitted among the list of 3-6349 and I 'will come by to sit in our services next Sun- l

will preach the anniversary Mlcklns. A lovely program has participants on our Women'sday get your contribution. day. /
Wewishtothank "
sermon for the Mis- been planned for the evening. MT. AARON program.
sion Department Nov. 15, at you very much and again we '- "
8:00 p.m. This will be a Joint apologize for the error. WOMAN'S DAY AT DRAKE MEMORIALDORTHY "

anniversary, including the ST. LUKE M. B. Ushers elected for our

fourth annual Men's Day are \
Young Matrons andYoungWo- ,
Rev. P. W.Williams,pastor I ,
men.Sisters Essie Robinson, Gloria Brothers Perry White,general I
Perry, reporterThe F
Lucy Rembert, and Jerlean Deacon Board of chairman; Garfield Leland,
White, presidents respectively. co-chairman; Simmie Till-
man recording secretary and
The Deacon Board will ob- / r, ,
There will be a Hay Ride, serve their anniversary beginning brother Robert Byrd, treasurer. -
sponsored by the Youth Department Congratulations to these L.IL.
Tuesday, at 8:00
Friday, Nov. 10. officers Other officers will be
Sunday, Nov.12, at
Transportation will leave the elected later
: p.m. Everyone is invitedto
church, at 5:30 p.m.Donations come and help our deacons. I Sunday, Nov. 12, at 3:00p.m.the : .
children 50$ and adults 100. Deacon pastor is asking the entire
W. M. Covington
gen- r
There will be a Beauty, eral chairman. church to accompany him to

Cruise, sponsored by No..l There will be a Mock Con- the Bethel Primitive Baptist
Usher Board Nov. 11. Buses Church Fort Lauderdale to '
ference Thursday, Nov. 16, at % ,
will leave the church, at 6:00 8:00 p.m. sponsored by the render services for Rev H. K.

p.m. Children 50$adultsl.oo Flower Club. 'Come to see and Kenzie and congregation. j.
The president DeaconB.T hear this The Rev. C. H. Smith will On the third Sunday, we will
Smart along with all members program. preach all day Sunday, at Mt. take our annual trio to _Pa-_
Let ----- --- ----- -
invite you to go on this trip. and bereaved.OMAN'S us all pray. for the sick Aaron, NW 69th St., and 17th hokee, to render services for BROWN MEL YES MIKELLThe

Ave. "Come now, and let us Rav. W. M. Bouyer and congregation The women are preparing .

reason together." of New Hope Baptist to observe their second annual theme is"Women on the ..

Church. Remember those who March for Christ." Mrs.J,W. ,
I Women's
\\ DAY AT NEW HOPE P.B. PLEASANT plan toridethebusplease vember 12th.Day, Sunday, No- Dunn is chairman of the program :.'

The many friends and mem- register your names with Mrs. Dorothy Brown, chairman committee. ;
ref either Sis.Netta Kelly or Sister Mrs E. Curtis, assistant
,t tf' bers are invited to worship and Mrs. Malves Mikell
Mytrice Murry. The round director Consumers Education ,
trip -
with us and help us pay tributeto co-chairman, along with the
, fare is $2.00. members and Home Management ::1
our faithful are nuking
for pre-
pastor the
On Friday night before the EOPl and a member of New ',
six years he has brought inspiration parations for a financial and
fourth and Covenant
Sunday concludingon
to all that he meets.! spiritual event long to be re- 1
e the fourth Sunday afternoon, membered. Church will be our morning .t
We feel that he voices the sen-
Ushers' Board Number Two speaker.
I fr 4 timent of the hymn poet that will celebrate their Fifth An- Miss Marie White, a member ,
I said, He gave me the power to ANTIOCH BAPTIST
of "
niversary. M.Z ion Baptist Church
serve him and thats
what I'm
trying to do No matter what Friday night, Rev. W. M Rev. p. W.Wiggins,pastor and also a worker in the Na-
Slater and congregation of Day tional Baptist Women's Convention

faithful evil befall and true.mo," fll ever be Spring will be in charge of ser- The Youth Usher's Board, will be our evening

We pray for the sick and vices. under the direction of Mrs. speaker.
needy. Sunday, at 3:00 p.m. Rev. Gladys Robinson, extends an
W. E. Sims and congregation invitation to their anniversary

MT. ZION of New Hope will be in charge program, Sunday, Nov. 12, at GREATER: BETHEL AME

of services. Deacon V.Bovan, 3:00 p.m., Rev. W.C. Ivery of
The 55 member team of the president. Antioch will be the guest Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor
MRS. MRS. W. E. SIMMS 1 Building Fund Task Force speaker and the youth choir Auxiliary Board No, invite
women of New HopeP. Committee of Mt. Zion is presenting will furnish the music.n.lnnheruryobser. all to attend its annual "Har
B. Church, at First Place ing is Mrs.W. E.SI m ma. I] two activities, on November CHRISTIAN HILL 'vest Sip,' Sunday, at Bonded

and 13 Avenue, will celebrate Their goal Is the extreme 17, a "Soul Food Dinner Rev. W. M. Williams, pastor vance of Choir No.One will begin Rental Agency, 4150 NW 7th
highest. Their theme is "We
Women's : Ave.
their annual
Day j! the home of Mrs. Dil- Friday, Nov. 17 and ter-
have come this tar "
program Sunday, Nov. 12th. by Faith. ]lie. Pitts, and on December 10, You are welcome worship minate Sunday, Nov. 19. The highlight the occasion

Mrs. Cindy Williams, We are asking the public to it 4 o'clock,at the church,"An with us on our first annualMen's The' Jr. and Sr. Missionary will be thepresentation of ,"
i chairman and Mrs. Battle M. come out and help the women t Appeals Tea." The public is Societies will "Miss Teenager of the year."
Sun present their
of Day program, ,
co.chalrmulf' New Hope make this the The
Gowen working j Invited. '
most successful Women's 12th. Morning s p e a ter,Rev annual Fruit Harvest, Wednes- Miss .
vigorously with membersand ever. Day Mrs. Lillle Muse Doles, W. J. Jackson, pastor of St. day, Nov. 22, at 8:00 p.m. Linda Atkins of Greater Bethel :
friends to bring to :you a chairman, Deacons Hughton James, Pehokee. Evening The Deaconess Board Is and Miss Yvette Robinson ;;,'
spiritual program. Guest Rev. H. C. Samuel, pas- and Dixon Don't miss the
and Rev. Ralph making plans for "Tea of the 4 j
speaker Rev. Roosevelt an enjoyable
tor Mrs. S. K. Robinson
speaker for the morning is rej j Ross Season."
are consultants Rev. :
porter. Hardy, assistant pastor of program their pew
Carline and
I E. T. Graham, pastor. Bethel, Goulds. Rally on the fourth Sunday Mrs. Jessie Jiles,president

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Fridoy, November 27, 1967 19 ."


Day TempleThe Rev. A, L. Shipp, pastor ST LUKE P.B.
... Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor Rev N. F. Clark,pastor Evelyn Souter, reporterThe

women will observe variety program presented by Delores Beneby, reporterOn Federated Ushers' Un- Rev 0, Taylor, pastor
eleventh annual Women's Sunday, Nov. 12, is the 44th
their the temple women's chorus Bernice Griffin, reporterThe
ion will celebrate their fourth
of the church. The
Day preparations have been with anniversary November 19,the women
Mrs. V. Strachan at the
anniversary, Friday, at 7:30
made for the occasion and a console of the Hammon day will begin with Sunday Sen. will observe their eleventh annual official Twenty-second
organ. with musical and
attendance is at 9:30 a.m. The 11:00 a.m. Women's annual session, of
large anticipated Chairman Lula M. Cole- Day. the East
climax Sunday, at 3:00p.m.
brook and co-chairman services, Joint choirs will sing Our morning speaker is Coast District Primitive Baptist
E. with our pastor,delivering the
The speaker for the morn Lord expect all loyal membersmen and our pastor will preach Mrs. Leenette Pennington, of message. The public is'invit Association and Woman's

ing, Mrs. Walton' Y. Robinson, and women to fall in line The Trustees will sponsor a Richmond Heights.Mrs. Congress will convene here,

a teacher in the'Dade County as never before, and help to program at 3:30, with guest Agnator Nottage gen ed.The Sons and Father Home- Nov. 16 19th. The programwill

Public School system and a make this another great day, speaker, Mr. Nelson Adams, eral chairman, Miss Evelina coming will begin, Nov. 13 be held Wednesday night,

woman with a message. She isa at Temple. All our friends are principal of Dunbar Elem.Refreshments Williams co-chairman' and the thru 19th each service will begin Nov. 15. Many leading talentsof

native of Tampa. She is a requested to spend the day with will b e served. women of St. Matthew's extend at 7:30: p.m. this city will appear on program
Infant Baptism will be held
graduate of Spellman College, us. an invitation to our many The pastor is asking all .
Clark University and Columbia during Members the 11 a.m. service.forget friends to help make this daya members to purchase a ticketto Rev. P. D. Brantley is moderator

University from which she GREATER BETHEL please don't success. the testimonal dinner Rev. R. B. Butler, is

obtained her master's degree.The your special anniversary Saturday, Nov. 11,there will honor of Rev. Finlayson, in vice moderator and Mrs. L.G.
women's chorus of Shiloh SETS SUNDAY envelopes.Let be a sale and raffle at the home behalf of Florida Memorial Brantley is president of Wo-

Baptist will sing. FOR ALTAR GIFTS us say a special prayerfor of our chairman, 4301 NW 10th College. men's Congress.
Sis. Alvilda Sands in Mt.
The feature of the evening Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor of Sinai Hospital and Bro. Davisat Ave.Continue Remember the sick, shut- Wednesday night prayer
service will be a 30-minute Greater Bethel, has asked the home. in prayer for our ins, bereaved families and service. Continue in prayer
sick and shut-ins. in the servicesin for our sick,shut-Ins and ser-
entire membership to set Nov. The Sunday School is still those armed
J ST. JOHN AME 12 as special gift-giving Sun asking for your support in BAHA'IS OF MIAMIThe your prayers. men.

day. All membersare requested their project.: See your teacherfor
.f to bring their thanks- your ticket.Donation$1,00 Baha'is will celebratethe FIRST BAPTIST ZION HOPE 1.

giving gifts for the poor and birthday ofBaha'u'llah I
needy to the church altar. FIRST BAPTIST FT. LAUDERDALE P. Freeman, pastor
founder of the Baha'i
JORDAN GROVL Faith, r:. Jackson, reporter
In to
an appeal by
response Sunday, Nov. 12, 8.00 p.m., at
Rev. Cousin, during the morn-
Eddie Gilbert reporterOur James E. Scott Coranunity service will be held
ing service, last Sunday, a The Pastor Rev. CorneliusV. Baptism
Association 4901 NW7th
special donation was taken in Ford, officers and mem- Sunday morning, at 7:00 a.m.
This the Baha'is
guest speaker for last year are
bers will observe the 63rd An-
support of Commissioner M,
The No. Two Choir will
Sunday, was Rev,Cook of Opa- niversary beginning Novem
Athalie Brother Dennis
Range. based serve breakfast in the kitchen
locka and Rev. Martin delivered program, on ber 16.The .
V Smith pledged $25.00 and the the last llah's letters to the kings and Sis. Refford will sell dinners
message the me will be"The Role
total of $200.00 was collectedand
night. religious rulers of the world, from the church Saturdayfrom
of aChristianChurchhaModern
'a. presented during the testimonial The No. One Ushers' Board sent out in the fall of 1867.The World." 11 a.m until please stop by
Nov 8th.Masdames public is and be served.
cordially invited.
Ella Jones and will sponsor a tea at the homeof On Wednesday, November
Sis. Annie Mae Johnson,Sa- 15 at
p.m., a family reunion -
and co-chairman of Women'sDay Remember Deacon Snowball
turday, at 8:00 p.m., 2035 NW ST. STEPHENSON AME will officially open the
I MRS. CLEMTINA RAHMINGS Join the church in extend- 68th Ter. Rev. Vane Eubanks Brother Johnnie Johnson, and
festivities to include
sincere appreciation and Rev. A. Gallon a Sis. in
ing pastor Dorothy Tynes your
will be the guest speaker.
Mrs. Cora pearsall and thanks to the community for The Deaconess will You are invited to attend the and the showing of various prayers. All of them are in the
sponsora Christian
Mrs. Clemetina RahmIngs are the support given during the Women's familyfilms. Thurs- hospital. Don't forget
Day service Sunday prayer
tea this from .
Sunday 4..6p.m.at
day, at 7:30: p.m the children
speakers Sunday at St. John.
activities. Over $6OOOwas November 12.Services. meeting Tuesday night.
the church. Deacon Gilbert
Mrs. Pearsall, will be the 11 reported in the financial effort will choir, the youth choir, choir
begin at
will be the guest speaker.The Nos. One and Two will present
a.m. speaker and Mrs.Rahm-
The Mrs.
speech by 9:30 a.m. with Sunday school
is invited to attend both ;
ings' will be the 6:30 p.m. Oretha T. Hatcher, wife of the public teas. following morning service, at' a 17 music, the regular festival.sermon Friday will,Nov.be GLENDALE BAPTIST '

speaker. Bishop E. C.Hatcher,was both 11:00 with
If don't have a church a.m. Sister F. Marshall
you introduced
beginning at 7:30
Miss Naomi Williamson and :
informative and inspirational
the of
home, we invite you to come speaker the hour. Sunday Nov. 19 all R. M.
Mrs. Arlene Butler are serving Thanks also to the women of Cane and herr this p.m. ser Harrington,reporter
as chairm.Dandcochair.men out and worship withus on Sun great vices will be dedicated to the
the many churches who par speaker.
Mrs. Beatrice Grant is anniversary with the climax- Directors and members attended
the It is day.Let's
ticipated on program. St. Stephenson is located at
co-ordinator. continue to pray for ing activity being held, at 3:00 the BTU Clinic at Alla-
not too late to send your encomiums 3400 NW 215th St., New Lib-
the sick.
p.m. Sunday afternoon. pattah Baptist Church.SAMPSON'S .
Sunday school begins at
/J 9:30 to Mrs. Mary Cousin erty City.
with Mrs. Marie Portier ser the woman of the year,for ..
ving as guest supt. 11 a.m.with 1967. Mr., Robert Clark, MT. SINAI BAPTIST
\ choirs and ushers from St.
chairman of the October birthday Rev. C. Albury, pastor
Paul AME, Rev. T. E.Wright, committee, Is asking all Patricia Austin, reporterThe
pastor will serve. 6:30 p.m. Octoberites to make their re

choir and ushers from Martin port. It is very important for month of November has MARKET

Memorial AME will serve. October to continue the chainof be designated to the Mission

The women have chosen as support for the special pro- ary Society. Let us all give our

their theme "A Christian wo- ject of the year. support by attending the various 1466 NW 62 ST.
man's role in today's world." The Cousin for Bishop Clubis program and services

appealing to all citizens in they have prepared.The .

WOMAN'S DAY AT MT. the community to rally around fourth Sunday in November free Delivery 696-5717

HERMON the Florida candidate, Rev.S. the Missionary So-
A. Cousin, who is the re- ciety will present "YouthHour"
LAUDERDALE nowned standard bearer for from 4 6p.m.Apanel

The Moun Hermon AME the Bishopric in 1968. discussion will be given by the

Church located at 401 NW 7th Don't forget the Harvest Tea youth. The theme wlll be CHICKEN WINGS 3 LBS. $1.00
sponsored by the Auxiliary
Ter., Fort Lauderdale, invite "World Awareness in an Ur-
you to attend their annual Wo, Board No. Two membership. ban Community' Let us
The event will be held at Bond-
men's Day observance,Sunday adults encourage our youth by
November 12. ed Collection Agency auditor- letting then know you are Interested BABY SPARE RIBS LB.49i
ium while the Union is meet-
Mrs. M. Athalie Range,city In what they do.Come
commissioner:: in Miami, will ing. out in large numbers.

be the guest speaker for the Let us attend Sunday school

11 a.m. service. ST. JAMES AME and BTU. Everyone is invited STEW Bfff 45L
A free dinner will be served Continue to pray for our sick LB.
im-nedlately following the Rev. F. E. Sneed, pastor and shut-ins.

service. Joseph Marshall, reporter
Last Sunday afternoon Rev.F. .
The 3.00 service will MT.CALVARY
p.m. .E. Sneed was the speakerfor
be conducted by a guest minis "American Education Rev. S. Atchison, pastorIn
ter. At 7 p.m, will be the youth _
Week" at Floral Heights Elementary
program. We welcome your He was introduced by behalf of the No.One Usher ..
presence.Rev. student Doris K. Smith. board there will be a State

J. Benjamin Blacknellis Choir No. One 48th anniversary Tea at the church Saturday, FRESH FLA. GRADE A.

pastor and mrs. Frances Nov. 10, at 8:00p.m. and Nov. 11. Do.come and enjoy GAL.NODEPT..
Scruggs, is chairmin. Sunday, at 3:30 p.m. Nov. 12. yourself. MILK 99 EGGS 3 $7.00

Please plan to attend these two The No. One Usher Board

NEW PROVIDENCE musical programs. will observe their anniversary
al, rv a l i r
Nov. 19.Prayer.
Chairman, Mrs.Betty Brown
Rev. C. J. Burney,pastor and co-chairman Mrs. Doris meeting is held
Arsula Edwards reporterThe William would like to thank every Thursday night.
all who supported their dinner Pray for the sick and shut-

Sun Light Pall Bearers sales for our 20th annual wo- ins.

Charitable Society No. 137 will men's day, Nov. 19. i'IItGS

celebrate their fourth anniversary PRESBYTERIAN

Sunday, Nov. 12, at GRACE FRANKS 3 y.4, ; '

New Providence,, at 2.00 CHURCH OF GOD .. Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor .

P.m. Rev. W. E,,Sims will deliver We salute the anniversary 4 h, rlr.T

the message. The publicis Bishop G. A. Wallace, pastor Committee; zone leaders, and

invited. all members and friends who
The annual men's day will be The Church of God, Hallan- have worked to mike our : BUTTER RAIL; SPCOAL.

observed the fourth Sunday, dale, 821 NW 2nd Ave., will church anniversary a success.
Nov. 26. Plan now to attend. present its First Annual Wo- Special thanks to our chair-

Prayer meeting Tuesday, men's Day program, Sunday, man and co-chairman, Mrs. : 75imS $9.99
7:30 p.m. Consecration hourof Nov. 12. The "Zion Tones" Lucy Bradley and Mrs, Naomi Nt /
prayer each Sunday, at 5.00 will be there In the 3:00 p.m Smith. /
j a.m. session. The public is invited. Every member Is to turn in

J Continue in prayer for our Prizes will be given. this Sunday morning financial

1 sick, shut-ins and bereaved. Sis. Amy Jackson,chairman pledge.


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20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 10, 1967



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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 10, 1967 21

Mayor Clark Calls For Immediate Omega Plans In Progress I

Achievement Week Society; Farley Neasman,Jr.,
Committee presented plans to Miami Central; and Dwight

Action On War On Funds the Brothers, Sunday,night at Wilson, Northwestern High
Poverty a special meeting, outliningthe School. Brother Willie J.
activities for that day.The Wright will serve as moderator. -

Miami Mayor Stephen P. The Honorable Lyndon B. Johnson program and banquet will be .
Clark Friday,urged Florida The PresidentThe t ATLANTIC SOCIAL CLUe[held Sunday afternoon, No-
,> vember 19 at 6 at the Brothers are expected
Congressional! Represen- White HouseWashington PRETHANKSGIVINGDANCE p.m.,
support this event by soliciting
Morocco Room of the Casa
tatives to take immediate ac- D. C.
patrons, ticket sales, and
blanca Hotel.
tion" to insure the continua-
through interested donors.
tion of the local war on pov- My dear Mr. President: Club Pre-
Atlantic Social
This year's theme Is, This is for the pur pose/of inviting
erty. Thanksgiving dance, Friday, "Wanted; Solutions To The other boys to be guest
Clark also sent a personal It is my understanding that the Economic Opportunity Program Nov. 17, 10:00 p.m until at Problems of America's Urban of S i g m a Alpha. fifteen dollars
letter to President Lyndon is experiencing critical funding problems and I am writing you Bayfront Park, 320 NE 5th St. Society." The committee has is expected from Brothers -
Johnson outlining the benefitsof at this time to express my support for the fine accomplish- Music by W.C.Baker,for reservations selected. top teen-aged high to finance ,the event.
the program in Miami, ments of the Economic Opportunity Program in the City of Mi-. call Willie Moor- school leaders to appear on
pledging the city's "full sup ami and to respectfully request that you continue your efforts man, 635-5704 or Francis De- the program included are Brother Astrid Mack will
port" for the way on poverty to finance this program. 757-5885. Samuel Bryant -
lancy Steve Jenkins, Student Council receive the Omega Man of the
and asked the President to
president Johnnie President at Miami Jackson Year Award Mr. Odell H.
continue his efforts to financethe I know you are aware of CEO's
specific accomplishments In Musley, public relations. Senior High; Michael Hamilton Johns will receive the Citizenof
program. which thousands of poor families have benefited through the Nov. 17 president of the Forensic the Year Award.THE .
Miyor Clark acted in quick Job-training program, better housing, excellent day care and
response ,to an ,announcement educational programs for their children.
Thursday by the Federal Of-
fice of Economic Opportunitythat Thousands of youngsters have also been helped this past sum-
the funds to finance the mer through the EOPI sponsored recreational program in
local programs were no longer which the City of Miami played a major role. A

available.The .
stumbling blockac- In addition, I believe this program has made a significant contribution -
cording to OEO Officials, in combatting the tensions and unrest which have lead
stems from Congressionalfailure to costly disturbances in other communities. A
to approve the new bud-
get for the Anti-poverty program The Amendment to the House Bill which provides for a 10%
The local share of the cash contribution to the local program would mean that
over-all budget is 7.7 million approximately $1 million would have to be found locally to provide
dollars. for the c o n t r i b u 11 o n of the antipoverty program at Its
"I will ask my fellow Com- present time Therefore this amendment could very well me.
missioners this coming Mon- the discontinuation of the OEO program In Miami and Dade
day to join with me in sendinga County.
strong resolution to each of
Florida's Congressmen and to Please advise me if I can be of any further assistance.
our two Senators urging themto
approve im mediately the Very truly yours,

new budget," Clark said. Stephen p. Clark
"I have also sent a letter to Mayor, .#r'rr 4: tmrarird.

president Johnson today ,
detailing the many benefits and B&H '
the fine accomplishments of, ( .
the war on poverty in the Cityof WHOLESALEMEAT& .
Miami," Mayor Clarksaid. d ,Q w
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22 THEMIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 10, 1967

CARVER HIGHG. "Back To School Night"At
Teachers Ml
Big City
W.sponsored Carver's AEW open house Committee Holmes

activities, Thursday, Nov. 2. Holmes Elementary, held school were made by Mr.
Separate National Union Highlights of the program Its' "Back to School Night' Azrikan Joel with the help of

include renditions by Carver's Monday, Nov 6, at 7:30 p.m. theartcommitteeandMrs.Blacknell .
New york.-Increasing groups experience infighting said: "The aim of the Confer Band and Chorus under direction Parents visited classrooms, Thecafetoriumwas
militancy among Negro teachers between radicals and moder- ence is to Influence Negro of Messers A. Johnson, viewed children'sworkandtalked beautifully decorated by wall
in big cities across the ates. Which faction will domi- teachers, parents and childrento Band Director and C, Drum- with teachers. murals which were drawn
United States 1 s leading to demands nate the planned conference is think black." bore, Chorus Director cafe- from classroom units. The
went to the
for separate but equal still in doubt. However, ATA Militancy among Negro A one act play"Vacation on They then musical teachers who directed mural
power in running the schools. decided not to support the teachers is still in the early the Moon" was presented by torium and enjoyed a activities were: Mrs. Arm-
Ironically the move comes United Federation of Teach- stages. Most organizations are Mrs. G. Lockhart and Mrs.D. program presented and by pupils Mrs.Sawyer's brister, Mr. SergeonMrs.Rawls .
thirteen years after the ers, New York local of the less than a year old. Their Hart, Ninth Grade English from Mr. Sergeon Mrs. Holmes, Mr.
Supreme Court outlawed sep- AFT, during the school strikein membership is small .- but class.J The play contrasted classes, directed by Smith, and The Headstart
arate but equal schools. September.In growing in all parts of the education today with relationship Mrs. Dunn, music consultant. Teachers.The .
Detroit, Mrs. Grace country. And the groups are in to education thirty years Greetings and announce- principal, Mrs. Thena
The growing trend toward Boggs, chairman of the new touch with each other, in New ago. Guest participants on ments were made by the PTA Crowder made final remarks
voluntary apartheid is revealed Black Teachers Conference, York, Chicago, Detroit, New- program were: president, Mrs. Blanche Cal- which concluded theAmerican
in the current issue of Edu- born after this fall's strike ark and on the West Coast. Mr. John Horton, pianist- loway Education week's "back to'
cation News .. the new biweekly teacher corps of the University Posters placed around the school night" program.

news magazine for, of Miami. Miss Joan Storr, :,
school administrators.The d ,
F ..rrK Soloist-music department of SUNLIGHT SCHOOL OF COSMETOLOGY
the University of Miami.
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groes teachers calling for i r t to observe te student's work for you to learn in a few short lessons.

professional separation, the and to greet the homeroom ((1)) Advance methods in hairstyling ((2)) Hair and Scalp
National Education Associa- teachers. analysis ((3)) Correct procedures and techniques (for
tion, the nation's largest each- Our principal, Mrs. Ida. T. permanent (chemical) hair straightening ((4)) Improved
er organization, is trying to Ratcliffe solicited continued methods in thermal hair culture ((5)) How to eliminate
white and black affiliates
merge -
in the South. Interest and support from failures in hair coloring ((6)) Hair cutting techniques
the Carver Community,urging ((7)) Make up. How to blend and march make-up suitablefor
leader them to take and active role in individual skin How
Leslie J. Campbell, a tones. to apply eyelashes,
of New York City's dissi- all of Carvers Programs- for and eye brows ((8)) Correct sitting and standing pos
dent AfricanAmericanTeachers .r, action. ture ((9)) How to handle commercial hair (wigs, etc.)

Association revealed J. Sales and services. Expert matching, blending, color-
to Education New s thata MIAMIJACKSONThis ing and styling techniques.Look .
committee is already plan- year we at Miami- for Beauty Forum Coming Soon
Jackson Senior High are very
ning a conference to consider of Distributive Edu- Name . . .. ... .. . . .
proud our
disaffiliation the American from Federation the NEA or cation Program. D. E. identi- Address . . . . . . .
Teachers. fies a program Instructions This coupon Is good for face value when tuition Is paid

Officials of both the NEA and TERETTE, at Holmes Elementary School,taking part ina merchandising of goods and
the AFT deny knowledge of any special program, last week, were left to right, Paul Joseph, services. The D. E. program
mass movement to form a sep Iris K.Johnson,Cleomie Bloomfield, Olive Alexander,who was differs from the regular aca- Call
arate Negroes teacher corps the guest speaker; Agenoria S. Paschal, head of the staff of demic program in the compre- ,'
that might drain membershipfrom Holmes Primary "C" School; and Mattie Blake, who plan- hensive high school. It is not a r .
the two national unions. ned the week's activities, psychologist, child development course designed for every stu- CHARLESROGERS
specialist, visiting teacher counselor,doctor,nurse and teacher dent and therefore requires
As with most Negro organi- aides, they can do many outstanding things for our young certain standards of acceptance
zations, the new teacher children in a coordinated effort.- Diaz Photo to be met before a stu- :
dent may be enrolled.1Rjk. w
.... ,
Mary Adderly was crowned to win the crown. Miss Francis FOR A GOOD BUY ON A

NOTICEThe Miss North Dade Jr. High, Pierce is her homeroom spon- PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT
Thursday night in a beautiful sor. Her attendants were
H. R. E. Lee Elemen- cornation in the schools auditorium Patra Carpenter of 9-11 and
tary School family presents, Gail Watson and Cathy Deldra Edwards 9-3. Their I INSTRUMENTS.AMERICA'S.
teachers talent night,"The Coachman were her atten- sponsors are Mrs. Margaret
Family Reunion.' You are invited dants. Miss North Dade is. Green and Mrs. Thomasena
to come out and witness chosen by popular vote. Lindsey. Over $1,700 was
this hilarious occasion Friday Miss Blue and White was also raised by the classes of North 4
night, November 17, at 8:00 crowned at the same affair. Dade in this October d r i v e. 4.
p.m. Donation, adults 50f, Miss blue and white, Miss More than 150 students par-
children 25$. Helen Sampson, raised $231 ticipated in the coronation.

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, November 10, 1967 23 ,

Rev. Graham Community Center To Built

\ I

i r Names Knight In Virrick ParkA

federal grant of $174,147is The building may include a
and Baggs For reaching its final planning branch of the Economic Opportunity

stages, to build a community Program Inc.,
facilities center la Elizabeth. health, welfare and employ-
Nobel PrizeThe
/:.' Miami planning Director
Jt Rev.Edward T.Graham Dudley Hinds said that the The park is located at 3580

pastor of Mount Zion Baptist .- money has already been approved Day Ave., and it will occupy
Church, has submitted by the U.S.Departmentof 15000 square feet. Hinds said
t names of John S. Knight, pub- Housing and Urban Develop that drawings of the facility
t ., lisher of the Miami Herald, ment. 9111 be finished in February.

and William T. Baggs, editorof
the Miami News, for con-
MrS.. M. W. Brown, Grand
sideration by the 1968 Nobel
Financial Secretary, presented -
Peace Prize Committee.The .
to the honoree a check,ac-

clergyman, who is companied by a telegram,
chairman of the board of trustees from Grand President A. T.
_.' .-. .., ...........--- ...-.....-- of Florida Memorial College Stone of Fort Pierce, in appreciation

Members of the Project/ Committee of the Friendship Garden and Civic Club for said that the two newspapermen for the years of service
the Florida Memorial College hold their firstmeetingto plan for beautification of the have been most vocal Mrs. Jackson has given to the
grounds at the In their concern over the Lodge. Members of the
'I new college now under construction. From left to right: Mrs. Ethel .
Masonic were -
Family represented
in Vietnam and both of
Primus, Mrs. Marjorie Wake, Mrs. Lucile Reed,Mrs. /. C.MickensMiss E. C. Thomas, war by Mr.Lorenza Griffin
them have to the battle-
Mrs. Miriam Stirrup, Mrs. Gussie Gamble and Mrs. Flossie Gibson. ground and have gone eloquently reported and Mr. James Small.

factually on the hostil President Jessie Jones of

-..M,,' ities. Yi1 Lodge No. 5 made the financial
presentation and 35-year
Carver' .
... T" Certificate of Service to Mrs.
Ey 18 Years of Responsible Jackson from the Lodge. A

Ranches Building Service/ to For thirty-five years of special cake designed with the
Th. Community number of years and the name
dedicated service, a s secre-
News When Buying or Building tary to Grand United Order of of the honoree was also pre-
sented. A delectable
repast -
Pallbearers, Lodge No.5,
i By Wott.r Bower was enjoyed by the group.
Mrs. Selena Jackson was honored
at a testimonial October persons Joined
Mt. Zion AME of West Hollywood Lodge upon the invitation, and
25 in the Grand Lodge Templeon
; will observe Men's w '1-3604 the honoree was lauded by all
NW 7th Ave.Mistress .
1, x and Women's Day,Sunday,November Beautiful Homt of ceremonies for present and extended best
12th. Mrs. Mildred Built on Your Susie wishes for a continued full and
the occasion Mrs.
James, Is the chairman of theWomp.n's Lot or OurAttractive < was happy life.
A I I.t. I. Harvey, Recording Secretaryof
,+ r Day, at the morning Mrs. Jackson then thanked
.,a t Ion. and Lodge No. 19 of Perrlne
service. Mr. Frank Harris is
Addition each person present and those
music rendered
was by
the Men's Day chairman for W Let Demolish Organ who contributed in toward
ui Smith who alsoplayed any way
Mrs. Frank L.
the evening services.The public Your Worn OutHouse the testimonial on her
dedication for the
4 is invited to attend. Rev. and Builda a behalf.
Other renditions in
a W. C. Grant pastor. Lovely New 'honoree.
F 4r The Flemingo Club of West Hom. song and encomiums were
i t ,1 Hollywood is making plans for Call Us for Facts About rendered by Mesdames Ger-
Building trude Perkins Anna Accosta The fastest-growing segment
+ their
party, Friday, Nov. 17.Don't .
of the Bahamas travel
Good Bank Ethel Rosa Daniels
Financing Mallory
forget this date at VFW
) Sadie Ingraham and Brother industry is private flying, for
Post No. 8195,on PembrokRd. STANLEY BUILDERS, which airports have beenbuilfIn
Ed Wil-
South Bro ward Post No. Inc.Licensed William Hardy. Bro.
e .: 8195 isinviting all veteransout Insured liams president of Lodge No. ire all 45 landing major strips Islands.approvedfor There
13 the member
(1 \ represented
( \, to their Veterans Day 888 N. E. 79th Str.et ship in paying tribute to Mrs. operation throughout the
, :t Party, Saturday, Nov. 11. All Miami, Florida archipelago.
,{$i neighborhing VFW Posts are
invited to attend. There will

,. ,;-, also be Bingo this Friday night
at the post. Hit ; fla11 of Jlfnitq

III, '.,.:,t'l The son of Mr. and Mrs.
This is Maurice Ferre, taxpayer. Mlamian Cleophius Smith, Cleo. Jr., is ----------- ---

homeowner, parent, City Commissioner. home on furlough, visiting his tr a it n.nibrdM
parents in Hallandale. He has
What'sFerre served in the armed forces for 1 c e in''I., .

more than a year.Congratulations. S t1L
to"' ; to George @@Ibill@J! G "rrlattins IIrmarg ; .

L. Finder i on the opening of .JL. of cRan
Finder's Bar and Grill at
J and .
his 1trptr.larida's
5221 Pembroke Road, wherelor'l
old friends meet.South .
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#' Mrs. Alma Williams left (Following are listed the names Churches and Pastors who are vpto date
Wednesday, Nov. 1 to attend in their pledges and payments to the FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE

: .J the funeral of her sister-- Building Fund.) :
t law, Mrs. Catherine Joes, in

J Y Quitman by, Ga.Mrs.She Cleo was Walton.accompanied Mt. Zion Baptist Church (Miami) Rev. E. T. Graham

,;."' Mrs. Moriah Littles is recuperating Temple Baptist Church Rev. L. A. Thompson

Y '.''. px : < '. in Jackson Memorial at horns after Hospital.stay Mt. Olivette Baptist Church : Rev. I. C.. Mlcklns ..

.. Mr. RlchardCooper rejoin Sweetfield Baptist Church Rev. P. J. Curry
ed his Sunday after aHe's
St. Luke Baptist Church Rev. P. W. Williams
stay in Baptist Hospital.
for you. Mrs. Susie Williams,president First Baptist Church (Piney Grove) Rev. C. V. Ford

He's for you AS A TAXPAYER. He's for of Pall Bearers Lodge No. Mt. Sinai Baptist Church Rev. C. 0. Albury
your getting the goods, services, protection 10, is asking all members to
you pay for. He's for you AS A MIAMIAN. He's be present Monday, Nov. 13, First Baptist Church (Bunche Park) Rev W. J. Macon

for a new convention center to draw medium- at 8:00 p.m. Business of Im Bethel Baptist Church (Richmond Heights)
size Miami He's for portance.you .
AS conventions A HOMEOWNER.to proper.He's for reducing and Members of Hurst Chapel New Hope Baptist Church (Hollywood) Rev. H. W. Wright

eliminating! those duplicate taxes and redundant AME the Budget, are asked Money to remember Men's Day Greater New Bethel Baptist Church Rev. W. K. Smith

services. He's for you AS A PARENT. will terminate Sunday. We are New Providence Baptist Church: Rev. C..J. Burney
He's for realistic pay scales, greater respect to have with us Sgt.Dan
for teachers and policemen. He's for you Cooper happy one of our membersAS New Hope Baptist Church (Miami) ,Rev.,W. E. Sims

A SENIOR CITIZEN. He's for programs of active service in Vietnam. First Baptist Church (Key Largo) Rev. R: Colvin

that utilize lifetime's skills. Let us for the sick and
a pray Shiloh Baptist Church Rev. K. L. McGriff
shut-ins, and for the bereaved I
HELP FERRE family of Brother Hughes and Mt..Zion Baptist Church (Orlando) Rev. N. G. Staggers 4

# SERVE YOU SERVE MIAMI Brother Taylor. Philadelphia Baptist Church Rev. J. W. JohnsonThe
PULL lEVER'13A ELECTION DAY Mr. and Mrs. NealShackleford -
announce the marriage of above list covers the State of Florida
FERRE FOR CITY COMMISSIONER their daughter, Martha,to Mr.
Eugene Bell.Reception was FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE (now under construction at

Paid for by Citizens For Ferre. held at the home of Mr. and NW 156th St. & LeJevne Rd.)

Mrs. Milton Lawrence. .-..Jr

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24 THEMIAMI TIMES. Friday November 10, 1967 .01.

Better Negro Housing tIi

I. T'.a. .l I '
Goal For Jerry SternJerry

1 ,
Stern, outspoken candidate It would force the property ,,.- ''......
for the Miami City owners \.to clean up or close. 1
Commission in Group 3,today upclaimed Stern. 0.Y
called for a swift change in attitude Similar laws have badgrea\\

by city hall toward the effect in other cities. Buffalo,
present housing conditions in New York pioneered the law
the Negro areas. and received nationwide
"I've been here since 1945 recognition for progress in its r t trr THE DAY CARE CENTEROF

and to tell you the truth I slum clearance program. THE
haven't seen any change inthe Jerry Stern has long been
deplorable housing coditlons known for his fair employment
of said practices. His drug store NOW REGISTERING CHILDREN FOR THE
our Negro areas, "
Stern. (Robert's Drugs at 590 W. $1 ,
"About the only change that Flagler St.) was: the first in Tlmtt 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday thru Friday.
can be noted is the removal ofa the city to hire a Negro pha- Fee. $5.00 per w..k.
few wooden slums for some macist.. Address. 420 NW 40th Str..t
further Information calli
concrete slums," he added. Barbara Bo'Ney, of Liberty :
Stern planned a sweeping City serves as his secretary- 758-3446 OR 158-5921
change in slum clearance if receptionist in the campaign FREE PICK UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE

elected on November 21st. Headquarters at 556 W. Flag-
"I know the Negro has been ler Street. And also she will
'promised the moon for the past be in charge of headquarters -

20 years, until now, most of opening at 6245 NW 17th Ave.
SSg E-6 Norman Howard, the son of Mrs.Annie L. Howard
the talk falls on deaf ears For further information call
Oliver and the late Joseph Howard of South Miami retired fron
j they can't be blamed for not 693-1070 or 6934951.Smokers NOTICE 2 STORES TO SERVE YOU
October 31 with 20 of service
the U. S. Army on over years
a believing in the promises of
Sgt. Howard attended J. R. E. Lee andG. W. Carver High before '
politicians, I don't believe NOW
Can Joining the army.
them myselfanymore"charged OPEN TO
Awards and decorations Howard received while in the ser-
Stern. vice were Good Conduct medal with 5 knots,World War II Vic- PUBLICSALE
The 52 year old pharmacist Kick Habit
tory Medal, Occupation of Japan.National Defense Service Med
pledged mum housing to enforce codewhenhetakes the mini- Smoker! The decision al with Oak Leaf Cluster, Korean Presidential Citation Ribbon. : THUR$.FRI.SAT:SUN. Daily 1O9, Sun. 10.7

kick the habit maybe as closeas He served overseas in Manila, Japan, Korea, Germany and
office. He will refuse to
sunnort any hnilridvvarlames your telephone. Greenland.SSg 5315 N.W. 36th Are. 1421 N.W. 7th Are.Ph. .

that would take away lawns, In effect now, smokers can Howard, his wife,Gwendolyn(Julius)and daughter, Lisa 633-1142 Ph. 373-9710
playgrounds, adequate parkingand DIAL 693-1983 and hear a 60- Clarice live at 1331 Little River Boulevard.

decent living standards in second recording designed to
future apartment constructionin help the smoker establish a

the Negro areas. "I don't decision, then help him carry
see any over crowding in the out the decision: Smokers can Appointed Olinda Planning MOTOR -TERRIFIC.' '

white areas, why do we haveit dial anytime, day or night.
in the "he ask- will be changed r r rI M.fmriM, T.rrifim,
Negro areas? Messages Project ManagerKennedy u'1LS 1 1 1. 1111 pritMl, yaw this. ef
and Fri- tjriLlti M Ml*
ed.Stern's Monday, Wednesday, tae FtfTmi MMtlTy W 4VlP|
platform calls for a day each week. A. Mumford,Sr., a Mumford, a graduate of *tt-7, M |iar. JTM to |ttM -
af klfc ittrtt.
unique law that is bound to have These telephone tips to help Dade County educator, was recently Lincoln University(Perm.)and a
the slumlords up in arms. He the smoker quit are based on appointed to the posi- the University of Pennsylvania ,. 99
will sponsor a law that will require the nationally recognized tion of Project Manager for the served as a teacher and P 1.M
all landlords to get an Five-Day Plan to Stop Smok- Olinda Planning Pro ject.He principal in Tampa. His mo-

annual "Certificate of Occu- ing. They are also designed to has served as a teacher, gui- ther, Mrs. Maude K. Reid, a
pancy" from the City of Mi- encourage people who have recently dance counselor, and visiting graduate of Florida A&M Uni- 4

"iml. The certificate would be quit smoking, and who teacher during his 14 years of versity and Columbia Univer- MOTORIFIC TERRIFIC CARS Complete wild 4
issued only tothose rental wish to help in maintainingtheir employment in the Dade sity, presently serves as Su- batteries, ready-to'go. Tremendous lssortment, unlimited I'3quantity.
units that passed safe, decent resolve. County School System. He has pervisor of Adult Vocationa "
and sanitary housing stan- This community service is also served our nation as an Home Economics Education ii

dards. "If a rental unit didn't sponsored by the Hialeah Hospital officer in the United States Air the Dade County School Sys- ( ,.
pass inspection, the cer- as is the Five-Dade Planto Force. He earned his B.S.de- tem. \ 1 .
tificate wouldn't be issued and Stop Smoking.Another stop- gree from Florida A & M Uni- ..
the place couldn't be rented smoking clinic will be held at versity and his M. S. degree ,1" ,. IItC.v. |
without violating the law" said the hospital the near future. from Indiana University.Both 14.11 699
Stern." This would close up For Information call 696- of-his parents are edu-

these fire traps I n one year. 8000, ext. 3268. cators. His father, Thomas A. Press her hands together &

she giggles like' crazy.

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BEAUTY & lurnters you vii, let It hth stores

ft* CM Madam tn hr tta wWi
IM(. Tip M i/l ywr triw* M1 Mki 'e.."
Expert Hair & Wig StylingBy ) ,rinds with i SN CM welne.: ,. .
.r t*o, HinrM,tasty tnit.lei. .
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SHAMPOO *" 'nissWsQml : Demonstration School 4 Out.HI Unit(Kill 1 ti{Mswrt. ICKtNW. lf. \tM

.. .,.,' ;;, ( will be located near the centerof II.lurntm 9 9
... ,: "f : the proposed Modell CityArea' |M iri
.r ""..? ,: let M it lath LIMIT
': .tU$15iOol on a twelve acre site at ,, sties ONE
Rel x r ,. Sf aMNx S ; UP the corner of Northwest 22nd
Avenue and 54th Street. I [MATTEL'S LUCKY LOCKETS -It UIIIh..1.21 1
The Demonstration
Come In And will initially serveatargetarea Barium FRANCIE Mritra DOLL Coniin. ASSORTED DOLLCLOTHES

encompassing seven ele-
Limit Cmli fer Francis,
Register for FREE WIG mentary, two Junior high, one | Hack "'.t..s larhit, .
middle, and one senior high I yw will |tt tm 199 Timmjf foils, 9ge
at both stertt. R | SS ,.L tt f tt
school. These will be considered -
To Be Given Away Nov. 17th associated schools. lJ

I Through the Demonstration I I'School's SLOT RACE ;
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.1Mfr. ....., mon : \ .1 vice, and cadre activities an .I curved hacks
: ,.'. ., wglers, I"" Falls ,,;'wig's' i II\.\} .,}" I effort will be made to improvethe e 2 Ir.-,,., tftuklt" Chic"''I Jvmptricki... WAY IEUW COST
: \ ''cleaned nit 4 rails Hi.
:; \ <" >; CuL r runditloned I maximum PI"
potential of 999
listn Nwthi J551ich
'WIGS $24.95&,. :'.\ .'"-" ., .."ji' "l' "tyl.f"/" ,;' .,,p.tr, ,'"j/I ?00.t"' .' many schools: in Dade County. ctnttii" Reg. $7
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I Instant Credit Terms 1 AGLETS : NOTICEThe sent edit, tt SI. Tnr ... 1.1 pieties ra win tit M. it kotk 19
1.f ., >& Cleaned ond.: tyleitf I : f$2.50, \ ;.!1Q United Home Owners stern.

FALLS j'S& Up',\ .Exp.rt.Wi9_ Colas nq,;frod.ng: b\. t;;; P ,Association of Dade .
$49 .
/ County
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;; _' \\H.4..I! 'will hold their next meeting ''ut I. tilt ywml aid IN.lea. Sl. 99C

Wednesday, Nov. 15, at 8:00
FOR BEAUTY SALON APPOINTMENT /tjjf 'p.m., Jollivette Plaza Senior EMENEE GOLDEN TRUMPET with 2'mouthpieces lust 199 '

WIG SERVICE PICK UP & DELIVERY 1011 625- Center, all members are ask- 72 to store Re,. 4.00EARLY
.. ed to be.present and bring.their

:. Also keep In' mind our big ELECTRIC HEATERS II II II II II |jp
15980 N.W. 27th Ave.
election coming up on December -
; Open Tues-Thu'rs 10a.m. to 7 p.m.Fri -10-8, Sat. 10-6 Times for furthur details. BINGO PRIZES DEALERS WELCOMEP



THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 10, 1967 25

I with. I Bethune Cookman Outclasses :

r Spearing ......., ,Looking the

Ed Waters 646The

1'm Bethune-Cookman Col- time lead on King's two SPORTSWORLD

lege Wildcats of Daytona, passes, Haywood's field goal
held the 'Tigers i of Edward Waters plus touchdown runs by Allen

College 64-before about Wilson, Anthony Grisby and
8,500 chilly fans in the Gator Stanley Phillips,
l EII I Bowl on Saturday night. Phillips also made the first ARMBRISTER Over
B-CC substitute quar- B-CC tally in the second half BY LEO

FINAL ROUND IN FLAGLER CLASSIC SATURDAYThe terback George King passed on a 16-yard run Willie Brown I

for two touchdowns. One wasa blocked a Tiger punt and galloped -

third and last qualifying round in the $112,000 Flagler 24-yarder to Daniel Cooper 20 yards into pay dirt. RUNNER-UP IN PUNT-KICK-PASS CONTESTEven

International Classic comes up Saturday night,and what a clas- andtheother was to Cooper'spass And Carlton Bethel took a 39- though your accomplishments may not be the goals you
sic this one promises to be before its ultimately settled on catching twin,Samuel, on yard pass from Jimmy jack-
9th.There's. 'a four yard play. son of Jacksonvile for a six- have strived for; yet you still have the fortitude to make great
Dec. achievements using the best of your efforts in so doing you
a saying that youth must be served and that Alfred Haywood of Jackson- pointer.
may of true champion.The .
do display the qualities a
The lone touchdown for EWC
well be the case in the International Classic, in spite of the ville tailed the final Wildcat in this char-
personality that we see shining sobrlghtly
in the third
of such touchdown a one run plunge.He came early period
fine showings greatstars of the track as Xandra
when Walter Simmons blockeda acter reference is LeoSimmons Jr.,a student Parkway Jun-
Copier, Granny's Pick, Final Effect, Cleve Commel etc. also booted five extra points, a
and 22 into ior High School, who from a county-pick of over 50 boys 8-13
punt ran yards
The youngster we have in mind in this instance is F. B. 45 yard filed goal for the visi-
the end The kick failed years was the runner-up in the Ford Motor Company Annual
(Happy) Stutz' Enfanta, who ran the Flagler Course in 37.14 in tors, and ran a two-point con- zone. 5I1record. Punt-Kick Pass Contest.
win. B-CCa
her fourth crack at the distance. U she had been on the track version. The gave
The Tigers of EWC The contest is a national event with elimination at the local
by herself it would have been a remarkable performance fora Coach Jack McClarlen'sWildcats are 4-3 for the campaign level, the state and then the national in Washington, D, C.,
19 months old pup. But competition against much more ex- built up a 37-0 half- which is climaxed with an expense paid trip for the boys' par,

perienced greyhounds, Enfanta's performance in last Satur- ents to the nation's capitol.

day's opening qualifying round was little short sensational. Young Simmons is already an old hand at receiving honors

Riley Takes Over As for recreational achievements, having walked off with most of

HARRY'S HOT DOGS: the honors including the Presidents Physical Fitness award

Memo Book. Remember this one.He's due to hit any time. and trophy, as a student at Bunche Park Elementary.

War Censor Catch him next time out. He's down in grade No. 1 Quarterbackteam. Our hats are off to this young athlete who is aiming high at
and should come through at a price. stardom in his future.

Mac's Diane Wait for her to catch an outside box. When
she does, she's ready. Coach Jake Gaither found We'll need our best,and MIAMI HIGH AM GABLES IN SHOWDOWN GAME
too himself a No. 1 quarterbackand it looks as if Riley is it,"said
Steep Turn He's good to keep missing.
Ridgetowa. A good one with mustard. also garbered gus 177th Gaither. The Big-Ten may have their Michigan State versus Notre
victory since becoming head The FAMU mentor called Dame, but here in Miami our local prep stars Coral Gables
TROPICAL PARK NOTESThe coach at FloridaA&MUniversity this Rattler team "one of the
and Miami High have generated enough enthusiasm and inter-
as the Rattlers defeated finest rye coached" -- and est to rub shoulders with the big fellows when they pull out all

longest and sure to be most productive race meeting in A&T College of North Caro- that's saying alotbecause for- stoppers and go after each other for the showdown this Thurs-

the history of Florida thoroughbred racing will commence on lina, 636.Before mer Rattler teams have in- day night. Both undefeated, the winner has a great chance of

Saturday, Nov. 18, when Tropical Park launches its 51-day th clash between the eluded the likes of Freddie becoming the state champion.
two tea senior Woodson of the Miami Dol-
season. Enlarged stable accommodations to 1300 assure both m s Saturday, This contest, which will be staged in the Orange bowl is ex-
quantity as well as quality for the 510 race meeting. Elroy M 0 ran d had been the phins and Bobby Hayes of the pected to set a new record for attendance for a high school

Opening day festivities, besides the Hurricane Handicap, a first string quarterback, but Dallas Cowbo's--manyFAMU game.
Morand plagued with inconsistency teams have also un-
$10,000 six furlong affair that is usually run in divisions, will gone

featurethe University of Miami Band of the Hour under the direction lost his starting positionto defeated through ten games. RAIDERS UPSET SPOILERS 43-41
of band leader Fred McCall.The City of Miami will also -
quarterback Ken FAMU Just couldn't do anything -
have their famed Mounted Police exhibit their Tennessee reserve The Raiders of Brownsville upset the Lincoln GardenSpoil-
as Eason caught
of Bartow. wrong
Walkers in routines that involve flat-footed walk,running walk, Riley ers 43-41 Tuesday night to cut the Spoilers' League lead in a
Ken rewarded Gaither by three touchdown passes --the
and cantor walk. Metro Recreation Basketball game.
10 of 18 for pair from Riley and a third
The mutuel foremat will be the same as in 1966-1967. There passes For the first time this season of the Raiders were at full
242 He also threw three from Morand, a 51-yarder in
will be the usual daily double on the first and second races, yards. strength with the return of Bob Burse.The 6'3" center playeda
63 and the third quarter,
twin and and the touchdown passes -- significant part in the Raiders win down 13 re!
the option on the 5th6th 8th-9th races, per- tosses to AllAmerican Florida A&M amassed 541 by pulling
22-yard -
fecta on the lOths race. At least one race over the exclusive and and bounds and scoring 10 points to hand the Spoilers the second
end John Eason and a 13- yards rushing
Tartan track will be programmed each afternoon.'Post time yarder to fleet-foot halfback limited the Tigers to 143 net straight defeat.
for the first race will be 1:15 p.m. scored in The Spoilers took a slim 22-211ead at half-time and were
Milton. yards, as they every
Eugene leading 39-35 with only two minutes left in the game before the
U. M. SPORTS HALL OF FAMEThe Riley also scampered over quarter of the game played at
Raiders rallied. A layup by Simmons and a Jumper by Griffin
from the one early in the sec- Greensboro, N. C. put the Raiders into the lead 43-39 with only ten seconds left
The win left the Rattlers 5-1
first annual installation dinner theUMSports Hall of ond period br a fourth Rattler in the game. Mickey Rivers scored the Spoilers final basket
for the season gave ALTa
Fame will be held Wednesday evening, November 30, at the touchdown. with a layup at the buzzer.
dismal 1-5-1 mark.
"He did a real fine job for
Miami! Springs Villas playhouse. Cocktails are at 6 p.m. and
us. ril probably start him Saturday Tomorrow (Saturday), the
dinner at 7:30; dress is optional. HERE ARE THE STANDINGS:
because we'll be facing Rattlers face tough Southern
According to Hall of Fame President, Circuit Court Judge "
Tome Lee, the first four selectees to the UM Sports Hall of a tough Southern University University. TEAM WON LOST GB

former Uni-. Spoilers, 5 '. ,. 2 '
Fame will be inducted at the banquet. They are --
versity of Miami Athletic Director Jack Harding,posthumous.. Raiders 4 ". 3 1
ly; University of Miami football great Eddie Dunn; and tennis Orange Blossom Classic I Hustlers "'3 3 11/2 I

stars Doris Hart and Gardnar Mulloy. Celtics 1 5 31/2

Tickets are $10 each and may be obtained from membersof Set For Dec. 2
the Sports Hall of Fame and by writing UM Sports Ballot, I

Fame, 1033 City National Bank Building, Miami. For reser- and
Football pageantry Florida 100 beautifully
vations, phone 3774963.The combined Dec. 2 when Florida decorated, floats with pretty Let the water miser in your toilet tank save
UM Sports Hall of Fame was founded in April 1966 and
A&M University presents its
girls and Miss.Florida AIM of
now has over 700 members. annual Orange Blossom Classic and her Court. you gallons water $1.25. Write for 10

at the City of Miami's Orange The first Orange Blossom money saving Ideas for your home $3.00.

DOLPHINS MUST SHOW IMPROVEMENTAfter Bowl, featuring the outstanding Classic was played in 1933, To'CREATIVELY

"Rattlers against a before 2,000 spectators,while
beingclobbered by the Buffalo Bills last Sunday, 35-13, top tea m, and the fabulous the 1966 ticket sales were YOURS
the Miami Dolphins must show improvement. We can't make Marching 100."
more than 45,000. P.. 0. Box 56 Edison Center Station
excuses for the and cold wheather the bills played under event Home-
snow This serves as
J. R. E. Lee,Jr.,founder of Miami Florida 33156
the defensive backs played their ,
same circumstances. The coming for thousands of native the classic, is vice presidentof
game. Willie West, after a long layoff with a shoulder separa- Miamians as well as those who Florida A&M University.
tion look the Willie of old.But those openings through the mid- have adopted Miami as

dle hurt the Dolphins are something has to be done about it. "home," and although officials -

Coach Wilson and his staff have their workout out to straighten have not yet announced

this problem out. their opponents in this game,
which kick-off at 8 p.m.,prospective
A SPECIAL TRIBUTEA spectators bow that

the Rattlers will "strike and Itt
1968 Ford Mustang Convertible will be presented to the strike again" to make this an ,, awl

first golfer making a hole-in-one at the first annual Jimmy exciting contest.

Burns Invitational Golf Tournament Dec.2-3 at the City of MI- The "Marching 100" is bet- Afternoon and Niaht

ami's LeJeune Golf Course. ter described as the "March "'

The car, one of many prizes tote g i v e n away during the ing 181" for there are Just that J ,

handicap tournament, is being presented by the Pepsi-Cola many young men participatingIn
Bottlers of Miami, according to Herb paige, pepsI|ice presi- this fantastic, double- Racing EachSaturday ;

dent and general manager. cadence, high stepping band. t
The 36-hole shotgun event, being presented by the City of Many bands throughout the

Miami, will serve a dual purpose of honoring the recently re- country have been patternedafter

oired Miami Herald sports editor and creating a scholarshipfund this group,and nonfoot

to the University of Miamifor some deserving young golfer ball fans attend the game only .

in the community. for the excitement of the half- Post Time 1:45 p.m. and 8 p.m.

time show.

The Orange Blossom Clas-
ABNER HAYNES-HE'S CLOSE TO 12OOOYARDS sic Parade at 2 p.m. the day

of the game, will Include high
Durable Abner Haynes is closing in on 12,000 yards. The school bands from all over
Miami Dolphins' running back's total yardage stands at 11,763.

That would be the total soon for the eight-year American Nassau, capital of the Baha- pERFA'k
Football League veteran through four categories:rushing,pass ma Islands,is expected to open !

receiving, punt returns and kickoff returns. He is among the its first television station in th* Natton t J Greyhound
top five lifetime in three of the four categories. 1968.

-. -
\ ,', I 't t'"I ," '. I .. "I

.' U THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. November 10, 1967 "__. __ ._
. Miami Housing 'Problem To Be Aired Tuesday NORTH DADE SUNSHINE COMMUNITY CLUB I
rNorth Dade Sunshine Com Mrs. Cleve Price,president North Dade residents are
munity Club will have its Mrs. C. L. Hanna reporter. invited to attend.
"Miami's Housing prob- Rental Agency; Bernard Dyer Miami office, Federal Hous- regular -
lems: Where do we go from director, Liberty City Community ing Administration. Moderator meeting, Thursday, Nov.
here?," will be publically discussed Council; Haley Sofge, will be JuanltaGreene, Miami 9th, at 8:00 p.m, at the EOPI
in panel sponsored by director of Metro's Depart Herald Urban Affairs Center. Homes For Sale
Metro-Dade League of Women ment HousingandUrban writer. Meetings are held every
Voters, Tuesday, Nov. 14, 8 velopment; Elizabeth Virrick, Panelists will each be given second and fourth Thursday $300 Down $95 Month
p.m., at Temple Israel,137 NE veteran slum fighter and vice' five minutes in which to state %Includes Taxes and Insurance ,
19th St. president, Dade County Con what they think are Miami's ,
panelists will be Luther ference on Civic affairs; and greatest housing problems. Leagues Local Current 3 bedroom, 2 bath beauty
Brooks, president, Bonded Willis p. Wilcox, director General discussion will follow .Agenda this year. Mrs. Larry
and the audience will be ,Jinks ischairman of the hous- Carport, just painted. Many other extras.
given an opportunity to ask :ing study committee; Mrs.
HURRY! OWN HOME BY questions from the floor.A I George Metcalf Is president of ASK FOR EUGENE KEMP
FOR RENTBILTMORE XMAS broad study of housing In I the Metropolitan Dade County Daytime 635-4595

pin, SAVE $5,000 In 1968 the county is a new item on the League of Women Voters. Nite time 691.0789
GARDENS Homestead Exemption Tax,
CBS, 2 bedroom,. large Fla
room, private entrance used FORD REALTYINC. Broker
2371-A NW 51st Street for extra bedroom. Due
Therm Wall Oil furnance, E iT
cost $650, tile roof, carport 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635.4595
1 bedroom lot fenced beautiful I
apt. large "
(scrubs and tr.... Only \:\ ,1ft
$400 down, $88 month, IIOIEI i:1:
x Newly decorated minutes ,
county tax to :
school, etc. 2467 NW 101st ""f'I(F: .r ',;<:, '1 i ..I"\ ... ....
Owner. ;,.:-f.OPE"'SUIID'Y", '::.ik"I': '! -
.. ;1. 'iJ. ,' :':.tr .tatflvys ,
--- .//11 ::'li".i.(" .Ijff.} ,,rta: : \' I'\\ ,'!''\:) (Jr-'. '.',, r -/' (" ,)!' : ..


CARLTON 3001 NW 53rd St. Beautiful 2 bedroom, 2 bath home, BEAUTY BEDROOM Extra large Fla room,
Fla room, carport, jalousie windows, awnings, dining room, utility room, appliances, air cond.,
oil heat, stove, air cond., FHA price $14,000, newly painted, fenced. $350 down. $14,000 FHA.
REALTY $450 down, $86.91 month. See this Beautyl I
CORNER CBS 3BEDROOMhuge Fla roomutility.
L :, ,, (BROKER) SELLER_|(PAYS ALL JJLBSWfi' CMTSJty { room, appliances. 2 air cond., circular driveway.
__ *_ Heat T' 'edJoomtCBSUo' e 'F laroomjtllt.Joof} ; Large lot. Fenced. $350 down, $13,700 FHA.
;,wd .(, oUop; mp,andIitovti7 ,;,\i.U. fotIJ tJ j'iidf
ii4 635-3177 i ;\ "frljerotftr;).i,airleondlt!t''onerw,{ Bargoiea $250 DOWN CBS BEAUTY. Large 1 bedroom
;$9,600, ,-'$3j0? down and, $5St.45montfi, ,. FH AI. home, can easily be made into 3 bedrooms. Fla
He Serves Miami ; ,.. room, dining room, utility room. Appliancesair

FHA CBS, 2 bedrm, 1 both, K, liv rm, porch, SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS Only cond.$11,500, extras.FHA Garage. Fenced, newly painted.

cpt, large lot, $10,000, $300 down, $62.22 mo.FHA 2400 NW 98th St. Like new 2 bedroom CBS, Fla

1 both liv din room, large corner lot, tile roof I, freshly painted LARGE 2 BEDROOM, Fla room, dining room,
rm area
inside and out. FHA with
Bargain at $11,500 utility room, convenient area. $10,000 FHA.
K.terr firs, tile roof, corner, new school, $12,500 $350 down$71.52 month. Vacant. We have keys.

$300 down, $78.25 mo. NO QUALIFYING, CBS DUPLEX. 3 bedroom,

FHA CBS 3 BEDRM, 1ft bath, terr firs, tile PAYl'MTltMMi Mirii iH bath, built-in oven and range, large diningroom
L= t'3.1 .: ':ilCNgfrjoaZKXt frtfl gerator.2 bedroom all furnished.$17,500
roof fenced
$300down $80.82
cpt$12,900, mo.
11IL1.I awi"iiin.ibvi":"" !: :!, reasonable down.
NO QUALIFYING I + ;wate( and weh r" tr.'L. !M
....t...+sr.i. bayt- 2 HOUSES ON I LOT. Beautiful extra large 3
tt.d '
j ;! t
..!! .
<< :
4 BEDRM, I BATH CBS, tilt roof, tern firs, bedroom, freshly painted. 1 bedroom and garage.
fenced, $11,500, $1500 down, $96 pays all. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS $100 mo. No qualifying. $12,500 total. Reasonable
3 BEDRM. I BATH CBS corner beauty, terrflrs, 1566 NE 153rd Terrace. Pretty 2 bedroom CBSin WE HAVE MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS
-: tile roof, $11,350, $1200 down, $113 pays all. Washington Park. Tile roof, awning windows,
hardwood floors. Have made like new! FHA bar.
HOME & OPPORTUNITY VALUABLE LOCA- gain at $11,000, $350 down, 68.31 mo. Vacant.
TION. Corner beauty, 3 bedrm, 2 bath, Fla rm, .
fiv rm, din areas, terr firs., CBS, $15,500, $1500 MLt" Hn''I1.......,., ( REAL; MIKEMSB
down, $105 mo. B.autiflil,3'badra4m J, CBS 1a Wpsliinpton.('drlc area
VETS & DISPLACED PERSONS $100 DOWN oaJ.NE151h\ t .:"Carp rt't; terrnYxa... flpgitTB"alau ;
iewlndo? f--1., I..t y' 7d!,FHApriie 2601!!: 7tkA!o:.1'SiM

s11900; ;$4'"'!dowqtind' .80,18, .:. .month... !- .:, ,


2020 NW V8th St. Modern duplex on large lot.
Realtors Jalousie windows, freshly painted inside and out.

2005 NW 93rd Street, CBS, 3 bedroom, Fla room, FHA bargain at $11,000 with $350 down and
large lot with separate garage, FHA $600 down. $73.09 month. Live Freel Vacant. We have keys.

8901 NW 10th Ave. FHA $450 down. One mortgage n SELLEti;"PAYS, ALL!! CL09WG COSTS lr I h< ;p, '

at $93.33 monthly. Call for appointment. 8418'NW tiCTttM \: \ f/24th- Ave" Lo / edroot! *CBS''right' ,;!"f.; 1 1
| school.: Tilt'rootcarport ,
nextcto ,:awning win" ; "
3 bedroom CBS, like new, only $300 down with dos air;conditioner(LStove/rtfrlgerator" E FHA '.r:'i k / .
one mortgage at $55.16 monthly. Like new. !$13,000$400"down, 'and.J30.82 month+".:' I"" '. 'g t t t sIli

6948 & 50 NW 5th Ave. 2 houses on one lot; 2
bedroom, 2 baths and 2 bedrooms, 1 bath. Bank MOVE RIGHT IN TAKE OVER FHA : : :
financing. Modern 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS in new area. Gravel
roof, tile floors, jalousie windows. Near
2285 NW 89th St. 2' bedroom CBS, only $10,500with shopping, schools, buses. $750 down, take over LITTLE RIVER DRIVE
$1,500 down. No qualifying. Call to see. FHA mg. of $10,750, $80.76 month pays all.
4 bedrooms, 2 bath, garage, air cond., Fla room,

8711 NW 21st Ave. Only $8,000 cash, 3 bedroom, k,: ," ', ,NO QUALIFYINGNO REO'.TAPE M/S" screened patio, carpeting, FHA terms. Best buy
2 baths or may bed ivided with rental unit. ,Modern"a3 bedroom CBS In''eaut tiful ew'areoVp r in area. Open Ii5 Sunday.

:'Terrazzo floors, jalousie :"windows,, awnTngVj "'' 1947 NW/ 38 STREET
2 bedrooms, large Fla room, carport, hardwood i,?stove, air conditioner, wall to wall carpeting. ;r Extra large corner, 2 bedroom, huge Fla room,
floors, FHA $350 down and $71.52 monthly. Bargain at $12,000 with $1,000 down and takeover ,'l carport, $450 down FHA. Vets $100 down.
"" FHA payments of $82 month pays ,alL
2 bedroom, Fla room, carpeted Manor Park I
have a few 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 unit apartment area.
FHA Vets $100 down.
$300 $65.43 buildings that you can buy with as littleas $1,500
$10,500 2
1 down. Live free in and
one apartment collect income *
$400 3120 NW 12 !
$78.90 $12,700 3 1 AVENUE
from the
others. No red Move
$450 tape. right in.
$400 $86.91 $14,000 3 2 These are perfect for retired couples. Come seelREALTY: Beautiful 2 bedroom, Fla room, garage, enclosed
$13,000 3 1 front
porchvets $100 down. Don't pass this up.
$350 $68.31 $11,000 2 1
$350 $70.24 $11,300 3 1 UNHPt.AC 1861 NW 42 STREET
$450 $90.12 14,500 4 2
$350 $71.52 $11,500 2 1 1 bedroom duplex. Almost new. Only $11,000

ARE OPEN DAILY, INCLUDING SUNDAYS 9440 Little River Drive. No qualifying, 2 bed:1:r
room, large Fla room, move right In. :!
Universal Real +i

New VA list out this week Choice SelectionsWE

< 4600 NW 7th Ave. ;;. A r':.,":,: ,932 NW 7th Ave. 1 SPECIALIZE HOMES FOR PERSONS BEING "1.,

Associate 9Ml6ffll" ,-:S""te IF YOU QUALIFY. YOU'RE ONLY A. PHONE CALL

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THE MIAMI 11 MES Friday. November 10. 1967 27

FOR RENT Miami Actors I C mp-anyto Present

2 bedroom frame
Very large
ADS house, $22 a week. One bed-
Courtesy Not Bleed"The
room frame, rear,$16 week. to

15 WORDS! OR LESS $I53. 5C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. 4168 NW 22nd Ct. Miami Actors Company

DEADLInE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON Efficiency Ideal for single proudly announces the openingof

a new play "The CortesyNot
person or couple$15 per week.
To Bleed"by David Fisher
FOR SALE 693-1187 or 633-2429.
FOR SALE FOR SALE and directed by Ilse Earl.This

2 CBS beauties on 1 lot. Live Attention Vets or displaced FOR SALE OR LEASE s sensational provocative and

in .one, rent free! Rent from area families. $100 down Option to buy, with security, Room to a fine gentleman.' call'' stimulating comedy in three
691-3552 after 5SO
other enough to pay off mort- FHA home. Beautiful 2 bedroom 8 furnished units, all rented, p.m. acts will have it's Pre-New

gage. Front home, 2 bedroom Fla room, perfect lo- newly renovated, near Miami Efficiency York premiere opening on No-
4034 NW 23rd Ave.
1 bath, Fla. room, carport. cation. Non vets $300 down. Avenue. CE 5-8418. vember 9 at the Arena Theare -

Rear house 1 bedroom, Fla. Call at once for location. We Middle aged working lady of Forte Towers South, 1000
turn.Fencedyard. Must (only). $12.50 per week or$50
room have
key In office. Fenster CLOSE IN FHA West Ave., Miami Beach.
see! FHA $500 down $96 mo. Realty, Broker, 759-8779. 3 bedroom with bath and extra mo. Call 888-2759 Mr. Smith.

Atlantic and Pacific Realtors shower. Large enclosed front This original play, writtenby
approved 2 efficiencies with free
666-0411. FHA 3 bedroom porch carport. FHA price a member of the Miami actors -
775 65th St.
utilities NW
beauty. Beautiful large kitchen only $10,000 with $300 down Company, is being pro-

No qualifying. Pretty 3 bedroom Price $13,500. $100 and $93.83 month pays all Arthur duced by the company by spec-

1 bath, CBS carport, down to vets. Drive by 2120 Tubin, Broker 691-4785 1 bedroom. efficiency. Call ial arrangement with Marshall Tyrone G. Days, 19 67 grad
take over one FHA 754-0977.
largeyard, NW 96th Terr., then call us, 7906 NW 7th Ave. Miami Earl. Mr. Earl, president of uate of Northwestern Senior

mortgage already placed $83 Fenster Realty, Broker, 759- the Miami Actors Company, High School is now in basic
all. Atlantic and Room with private entrancefor
month pays 0 QUALIFYINGSpacious
8779. plans to produce the CourtesyNot training, at Lackland Air
666-0411 Call 7517602or
pacific Realtors single man.
3 bedroom home. To Bleed, on Broadwaynest Force Base, Texas. He is the
Come and see a large variety Florida room, enclosed front 634-6774. Nov. 17 season. The play will run son of Mrs. Ellen Days Bent-

Pretty 3 bedroom, 1 bath CBS, of garden plants now on sale porch. Appliances. Large in the Arena Theatre Nov. 9, ley, co-owner of Glamourama
tile roof hardwood floor at 1475 NW 67th St. 1 bed roo m unfurnished apt. ,**
Call 691- fenced lot. $1000 down and 10,11,12,16,17,18,18, at 830; Beauty Salon.
fenced corner lot FHA. 0685. Alonzo Kelly. $100 month. Move right in.Ar- $20 weekly Close to town. p.m. with matinee on November

$13,000, $400 down, $80 mo. thur Tubin, Broker 691-4785, Utilities furnished, 15, at 2:00p.m.There will

veterans or displaced persons RCA Color TVs. 295 square 7906 NW 7th Ave., Miami. Phone 635-6515. be a champagne party after the eDOUBLE

$100 down. Atlantic and Pacific inches. Big screen.$425. Easy premiere. For reservationsand

Realtors 666-0411. budget payments. Phone; MU Drive by 1870 NW 50th St.Just Private apt. room hot and cold Information please call
shower. Cooking. For men.
5-1504. painted, 3 bedroom, 2 bath,or 532-6058. ACTION
Beautiful home, fit for a King! Nov. 24 1 bedroom, 1 bathduplex$350 Key at 3160 NW 67th St. j00LORSGWHAIRIt cK

3 bedroom, 2 bath, screened down FHA terms. For details BEWARE 2 MESSES HAIR IN PUKE'L1.IrLI.1:1I1.F1
patio, tile roof, 2 car garage, deal 3 bedroom 2 bath CBS call Phil Perry, Realty, 377- in private homo. 634. -=;- 111

formica kitchen, with built in Fla. room, guest room spac- 0587. 4313. Sup.r tltlon, Cord Read

stove, oven and dishwasher, ious bath room plus garage. ing, Tea Reading, Witch LEGAL NOTICEI

many extras no closing cost. You must see to appreciate. German Sheperd male. 1 Duplex in vicinity of 96th St., i craft. They or. all sins! Allen C. Williams, will not
down month. year, and 25th Ave.near buses. 696- be responsible for any debts
FHA $900 $116 FHA approved at $20,000. So block trained. OX 1-6193 after Now you aro wonted and

Drive by 3245 NW 99th St. Ph. drive by 8920 NW 8th Avenue 430; p.m.Resident. 9646. n..dd In the Roman incurred by any one other than

666-0411 for appointment Atlantic then call Fenster Realty, Catholic Church. myself.

and pacific Realtors. Broker, 759-8779. corner lot In Carver Furnished efficiency. $18 (Signed) Allen C. Williams
week. 693-4177 826 NW 76th
Ranees. Reasonable.Call 634- Single Widowed Divorced?
fine 3 bed- Northwest ,home St.
Brand new quality by owners,
2332 691-5454.
room, 2 bath home. North of roomy and cheerful, 3 bed-

expressway on open lot, at rooms, Florida room, double A 2 bedroom house.$24 weekly 100000. Easy term, DADE'COUNTY
2 large lots. Nos. 6 and 7. Will build to Suit. INTRODUCTION CENTERP.
Call 691- 6 5 O. Mrs.
24th Inspection invited.
4015 NW Avenue. Phone garage.
Block 17 Washington Park N..d Money?
0. Box 1088 Main office
Roundtree. 2010 NW 86th St.
13604. Indef.
builder, PL Baron 538-1340
3rd addition Ft. ,
Lauderdale. Miami, Florida 33101
See A. C. Black, 1369 NW 68 Nov. 24
FHA TERMS Terr. Phone
2374 NW 85th St., Big 3 bed- 6912828.No. CHILD CARE
8930 NW 11th Court 24
rooms, Fla. room, tile roof, SEWING MACHINE"REPAIR
Total price $16,200 only $800
oak floors built-in and
range New Antioch day care, 1831
dqwn 3 bedroom CBS beautiful By owner. 2 bedroom,tile bath SPECIAL"
oven, city water, FHA $13- NW 49th St. Free pickup and
Little River Drive areaa mist carport, awnings, corner,
000.00, $400.00 down (Vets delivery. Call 6332797.
see, call me A. Ben- K or! $100)) No closing costs,$80.82 canal park. 5 1/4% $2,500 Cleaned & Oiled In Your Home

Realtor ,612..NWJJpthJSt. call monthly, bring'deposit today/tywn ,$6$ mo." pay! all:.Man We.enjoy,baby sitting, in our, Adjust Tension

anytime 7512243.No Aetna Realty(Broker), 811 NW extras 696-8668 home. Let us take care of your Free Needle & Belt

54th St., Phone: 757-5724, child of any age up to 4 years' Check all Wiring so
Fine home for
closing cost. 9001 NW 12th Court TOTAL COST 1 .
open 7 days. old. Call 633-2002 or 6332732 *
1 Year Guarantee ALL MAKES
large family. 3bedroom,extra Lovely 3 bedroom, 1 bath, & MODELS CALL'

large Florida room. Maybe prime area. Nice yard. Largelot. CALL DAY NIGHT
1310 NW 88th St., 3 bedrooms, Child, day care in my home.
used as 4th bedroom enclosed Fla., room, carport, built-in Many extras. $16,000. Your child will be given the 625-1271 BROWARD CALLCOLLECT 634-6242
front porch, 1 bath CBS, tile FHA $600 down or if some cash
stove and oven, central heat, best of care. 759-8335. Indef.
roof, hardwood floor, wall to available, assume present
air-conditioned, FHA $21,000,
wall carpet, fenced. FHA$14- $1,200 down, No closing costs, 5 1/4%mortgage with no quali
000 $450 down$86 month Vetsor lookIng fying. Owner 693-0094.
displaced $100
persons for the very best see today
down. Phone now before it is BEAUTIFUL HOME!
at Aetna Realty, 8 NW 54th WANTED EDISON
too late. Atlantic and Pacific 2011 NW 98th Street SpecialsOPEN
St., Phone; 757-5724, open 7 Need help in preparation toward -
Realtors 666-0411. $350 down, $91 month. FHA
days. qualifying on the Federal
No closing costs. 3 bedroom,
Service Entrance Examination -
LOT 4530 NW 168 Ter. No qualifying 2 bath CBS, air-conditioned, Examination covers Ver- AFTER 2 P. M. SUNDAY
See; 1866 NW 46th Street heat, carpeting. 100x140 ft.lot
3 bedrooms, 2baths, bal Abilities, quantitative
$3,500 TERMS Only $14,500. Call now 759-
built-in stove and refrigerator abilities interested call
OWNER,693-2631 Florida room carport, 8741.Spitzer Realty,Realtors. 635-2043 all day Saturday and $300 down FKA ttrms. Very clean CBS Ume

Drive by 1775 NW 42nd St.CBS sprinkler system, carpetingand Newly reconditioned Alto-Sax. 'Sunday or after 5:30p.m.Monday Carport, nice yard, very convenient' 'location.
central heat air- thru
drapes, Friday.
Fla. room, price $7,800.$900 conditioned total $18,000.00, Fine finish, new pads, excel- 6131 NW 6 AVENUE
down $81 month. Ben-Kori lent condition. Reasonable.
Realty. Call an'time751-2243 $1,200.00 down, monthly pay- 759-0423. Day worker needs ride to and $300 down FHA terms 3 bedroom CBS home plus

612 NW 60th St.FENCED. ments to match your budget from Sky Lakes area Monday, Fla porch tile roof, fenced ,yard, oil furnonce.
don't miss this j Jewell Aetna Wednesday, Friday. Will pay
Almost 3 bedroom house
YARD Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th with huge Fla. room and oak 9495090. DRIVE BY EDISON TO :SEE
Drive 1849 NW 89th Terr. St. phone 757-5724, open 7
floors. $495 down. $97 mo. Complete _
Lovely 2 bedroom home, days. $ 9 Beauty Course.
sleeping porchseparate 1951 NW 152nd St., 235-2958 Day or evening. 532-5657. ((1)) 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, CBS. Very nice home

dining room. $7,900 total. 9015 NW 10 Ave. 2 bedrooms, plus Fla room, tile roof. $300 down FHA terras.

Need cash. Ben-KoriRealtor, 1 bath, huge Fla.room garage, Electric Philco range, double Congress of Senior Citizens Near all Edison schools. The neighborhoodis

612 NW 60th St. 751-2243. oak floors, tile roof, wall to oven, deep well, perfect condi- rummage sale. Nov. 13 thru "tops."

wall carpets, sprinkler system tion, in use now. $30 you haul. 17, 10 to 3 p.m. Jeau ((2)) 4 bedroom, CBS home plus Flo room. $350
2328 NW 105 St. D. Hall. down FHA terms. Near all Edison schools.
central heat, FHA $15- Church, down stairs. NE 1stAve
Open House. Sunday. 3-6 p.m. 000.00 No closing costs and 2nd St.Exceptional. ((3)) No qualifying for this nice CBS home near

1220 NW 88th St. 3 bedroom, $450.00 don (Vets $100), Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS 46th St. and 5th Ave. FHA already placed.
home air-conditioned
2'bath, FHA all conventional $93.33 monthly what more Investmentfor $88.64 pays everything.

with carpet,built-in range and can we say, see today Aetna 5828 NW 19th Sunday Avenue.from FensterRealty' 36. ((4)) No qualifying. 2 CBS houses. Live in one,

oven. Carport. Priced right so Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th Broker 759-8779. Doctors, Attorneys, Medical rent the other. Owner will hold mortgage.

come by Sunday and our salesman St., phone; 757-5724, open 7 Clinic Insurance, Sales, Con- Near 6th Ave. and 69th St.

will discuss terms with days. tractors etc. ---------------
2145 NW 84th St. CBS 2 bed-
you. Fenster Realty, Broker, WE HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES, FHA
room completely redecoratedlike Use well-appointed: air-con-
759-8779. 9200 Little River Drive Owner TERMS AND NO QUALIFYING.YOU .
custom built 3 new, fenced in, city water ditioned offices (cad provide'two
transfered Owner must sell no qualifyingmake suites) in rapidly expanding CAN'BUY ANY OF OUR FHAHOMES FOR
3 bedroom 2 bath CBS. No bedrooms, 2baths, tremen- an offer. Broker. 758- area, middle Income peo $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
in. All dous Fla pool and patio,
Move room
qualifying. right DISPLACED
5400. ple. AND IF YOU QUALIFY.WE .
around fence. Drive by 1490 built-in washer, dryer, gar-

NW 41st St., then call Fenster age disposal, wall to wall car- 4 bedroom 2 bath FHAterms' Get rental come for mortgage ARE SURE WE HAVE WHAT YOU ARE

Realty, Broker, 759-8779. pets, modern built-in kitchen, $18,000. Drive by 8500 NW 24 taxes, etc ($2820 space LOOKING FOR, COME IN TO SEE US.
central heat and air. Pricedin now leased) Rear yard to rent.
are Avenue. Beautiful corner pool OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAYEDISON
IT selling your home? the 30's financing avail home Call anytime A.Ben- Prominent Corner
Renewal or Expressway able. U can afford the
To Urban you Korl Realtor 751-2243. Heavily travelled artery. NE
we have many nice ultimate In good living call today corner. NW 54th St. 5th Ave. REALTY Realtors :

homes for you. A call to our to see this magnificent PERSONALSVolunteers

friendly office will get you the home.- Aetna RealtyBroker), needed for Good PriceTermsRay 175 m, 67nd$1 751-2441

place you are looking for. Fen- 811 NW 54th St., phone; 757- psychological test research. L. Parker, Reg. Broker ,

ster Realty, Broker,759-8779 5724, open 7 days. Telephone: 864-3471. Ask for Walsh 665-5421


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26 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 10, 1967


P North Dade Sunshine Com- Mrs. Cleve Price,president North Dade residents are
"Miami's Housing prob- Rental Agency; Bernard Dyer, Miami office Federal Hous- munity Club will have Its regular Mrs. C. L. Hanna reporter. Invited to attend.
lems: Where do we go from director Liberty City Community ing; Administration Moderator meeting Thursday, Nov.
here?," will be publlcally discussed Council; Haley Sofge will be JuanitaGreene, Mi- 9th, at 8:00 p.m, at the EOPI
in a panel sponsored by director of Met r 0's Depart- ami Herald Urban Affairs Center. Sale
Metro-Dade League of Women ment Housing and Urban Development writer. Meetings are held every Homes For
Voters Tuesday Nov. 14, 8 ; Elizabeth Virrick, Panelists will each be given second and fourth Thursday. $300 Down $95 Month
p.m., at Temple Israel 137 NE veteran slum fighter and vice' five minutes in which to state Includes Taxes and Insurance
19th St. president, Dade County Con what they think are Miami's
panelists will be Luther ference on Civic affairs; and greatest housing problems. Leagues Local Current 3 bedroom, 2 bath beauty '
Brooks, president, Bonded Willis p. Wilcox director General discussion will follow Agenda this year. Mrs. Larry
and the audience will be Jinks is chair man of the hous- Carport, just painted. Many other extras.
given an opportunity to ask ing study committee; Mrs.
HURRY!! OWN HOME BY questions from the floor.A George Metcalf is president of ASK FOR EUGENE KEMP
XMAS broad study of housing in the Metropolitan Dade County Daytime 635-4595
plus, SAVE $5,000 In 1968 the county is a new Item on the League of Women Voters. Nite time 691-0789
GARDENS Hom. t.od Exemption Tax,
CBS, 2 bedroom, large Fla
room, private entrance used .( ;\-, .' ,
i.! Tv ?I'J1 ; FORD REALTYINC. Broker
for .
2371-A NW 51st Street extra bedroom. Du.Th.rm I,....
Wall 011 fur nance, .
cost $650, tll. roof, carport 11'' 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635.4595
1 bedroom apt. large lot fenced,beautiful ,,,lljJ''
(scrubs and tr..I. Only ,""'r,
Newly decorated $400 down, $88 month, ,., ," lERaw.g .",.,t',:JI fl'J 1s.
county tax, minutes to ', ;' "' -
school, ete.2467 NW 101st ;,;', .>':)"'/1: < ,. ; I / ;{:;

1 Owner. 'F'j.. ;' ) :_I OPEN,, ,,'1/.SU"" AY". .,;","v'r'f't' ; es 'r.y s tji ,;lml
lIf 1j.f.d'lIf.;) :;:r'IIJI\: \ 'if I':" 'Ii "r,.,,' ,'"f I'1; d


CARLTON 3001 NW 53rd St.BeautlfuI2b.droom,2 bath hone, BEAUTY BEDROOM Extra large Fla room,
Fla room, carport, (jalousie window, awnings, dining room, utility room, appliances/ air cond.,
oil heat, stove, air cond., FHA price $14,000, newly painted, fenced. $350 down. $14,000 FHA.
REALTY $450 down, $86.91 month. See this Beautyl!
CORNER CBS 3BEDROOMhuge Fla roomutility,
+' (BROKER) SELLER] AYS''ALLCLQSWG COSTS) ); room, appliances. 2 air cond., circular driveway.
Neat2lbedre,at'CBSlarFla' room, tiledroof" Large lot. Fenced. $350down, $13,700 FHA.
re:!Jty)water''and t aUoipumo! ./ and w I\P r'your jt,
6353177He fttoveV'irefrlgeratorjalrconditioner.; .::Bargaln'o $250 DOWN CBS BEAUTY. Large 1 bedroom
Serves Miami % $9,600, ; ;.,$300. down;'and.$59.65, month,.-FHA, home, can easily be made into 3 bedrooms. Fla
room, dining room, utility room. Appliancesair

FHA CBS, 2 bedrm, 1 bath, K, llv rm, porch, SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS cond., extras. Garage. Fenced, newly, painted.
cpt, large lot, $10,000, $300 down, $62.22 mo. 2400 NW 98th St. Like new 2 bedroom CBS, Fla Only $11,500 FHA

FHA CBS 3 BEDRM. 1 bath, llv rm, din area, room, large corner lot, tile root, freshly pointed LARGE 2 BEDROOM, Fla room, dining room,
inside and out. FHA Bargain at $11,500 with utility room, convenient area. $10,000 FHA.
K, terr firs, tile roof, corner, new school, $12,500
$300 down, $78.25 mo. $350 down$71.52 month. Vacant. We have leys.
FHA CBS 3 BEDRM, IK bath, terr firs, tile $rLL. PAY2,AiC!:CtNM. ..ies1triNl 1H bath, built-in oven and range, large dining
roof, fenced, cpt.$12,900, $300down, $80.82, mo. I*, M!! .> .... Sril.3 ; Jahsw; .. room, frefigerator.2 bedroom all furn hhd. $17,500
'sjt., ,le eMw witie eyt+owt. rFiiy.,2" 0" iid.+ reasonable down.
NO QUALIFYING ,, t..J.:;! + .rj;: oMe K'','ate 1i"w n 1', ''-''''''y ctrl S tEli,io'le+:r:

4 BEDRM, I BATH CBS tile roof, terr firs, "tllJ;1. ,......,_$H, 2.,..."" !_\,,,_,, "Y.. 0<0&9. 2 bedroom HOUSES, freshly ON I painted.LOT. Beautiful 1 bedroom extra and garage.large 3

fenced, $11,500, $1500 down, $96 pays all. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS $100 mo. No qualifying. $12,500 total. Reason

3 BED IN, I BATH CBS corner beauty, terrflrs, 1566 NE 153rd Terrace. Pretty 2 bedroom CBSin able down.
tile roof, $11,350, $1200 down, $113 pays all. Washington Park. Tile roof, awning windows, WE HAVE MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS
hardwood floors. Have made like newt I FHA bargain $IID DOWNVETS & DISPLACED PERSONS
HOME & OPPORTUNITY VALUABLE LOCA- at $11,000, $350 down, '68.31 mo. Vacant.SELLER ,
TION. Corner beauty, 3 bedrm, 2 bath, Fla rm, "I,:' ::',:'t'\\'," (,.', '
llv rm, din areas, terr firs., CBS, $15,500, $1500 *t.' ..Jf.t'IL.MT/ ;
down, $105110. 8. dtllvl.'!3'bedraossCBS''Id\ }Wosbfggtpnl'drare REAL '*11

VETS & DISPLACED PERSONS $100 DOWN on1NE1S1ifiTeyrr", Carpot"tlrra'Xfloor. .
elan wln Fran 'oi f 1a.f.n.# jierdr; FH'Api ,. ''11""Ay; !i151.5S51

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2020 NW ?8th St. Modern duplex on large lot.
Jalousie windows, freshly painted inside and out.
2005 NW 93rd Street, CBS, 3 bedroom, Fla room, FHA bargain at $11,000 with $350 down and
large lot with separate garage, FHA $600 down. $73.09 month. Live Freel Vacant. W* have keys.

8901 NW 10th Ave. FHA $450 down. One SELLER << 'i.
mortgage | AYS'ALLiCL03INGCQTSg ;::;;
at $93.33 monthly. Call for appointment. $41 8'uui. *lfrft: L o aely Z,i'iJ! o mjCBS''! gbt t;:. ftLIrEI

3 bedroom [next )o.; : Tile 70of\carport! ,;awning wln.rf, ;:
CBS like
new, only $300 down with dews, alr conditloneratoverrefrlg; l ? .rotor.tFHA! i /
one mortgage at $55.16 monthly. Like new. ?$13,000;;$400 down' nd$80.82I11onth:' ;; .,' .'\.,:, s t t s

6948 & 50 NW 5th Ave. 2 houses on one lot; 2
bedroom, 2 baths and 2 bedrooms, 1 bath. Bank MOVE RIGHT IN TAKE OVER FHA :
flnone Ing. Modern 3 bedroom, 2 oath, CBS in new area. Gravel
roof, tile floors, jalousie( windows. Near
2285 NW 89th St. 2' bedroom CBS, only $10,500 shopping, schools, buses. $750 down, take over LITTLE RIVER DRIVE
with $1,500 down. No qualifying. Call to see. FHA mg. of $10,750, $80.76 month pays all.
4 bedrooms, 2 bath, garage, air cond., Fla room,
8711 NW 21st Avt. Only $8,000 cash, 3 bedroom, ET i;: >NO QUALIFYING=-NO RED'.TAPE *f;': |,| screened patio, carpeting, FHA terms. Best buy
2 baths or bedivided with rental in area. Open Ii5 Sunday.
may unit. Modern "3, bedroom' 'CBS ''in bt'aitiM! <:Ttwareft: j

2 bedrooms, large Fla room, carport, hardwood iTeWalio' floors, l jalousie :"windows/, awnings* 1941 NW 08 STREET
floors, FHA $350 down and $71.52 monthly. carpetingBargain ,' Extra large corner, 2 bedroom, huge Fla room,
*' carport, $450 down FHA. Vets $100 down.
WoverFHA"paym.ntl of.$82 month pays 'oIL '

have a few 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 unit apartment 2 bedroom, Fla room, carpeted, Manor Park area.
MONTH PRICE BEDRMS BATHS FHA terms, Vets $100 down.
buildings that
$300 $65.43 $10,500 2 1 you can buy with as little as $1,500
down. Live free In one apartment and collect
$400 $78.90 income -
$12,700 3 1 3120 NW 12 AVENUE
from the others.No red
$450 86.91 $14,000 3 2 tape. Move right In.
$400 $80.82 $13,000 3 1 These are perfect for retired couples. Come seel: Beautiful 2 bedroom, Fla room, garage, enclosed
$350 $68.31 $11,000 2 1 front porch, vets $100 down. Don't pass this up.
$350 $70.24 $11,300 3 1 1
1861 NW 42 STREET
$450 $90.12 $14,500 4 2
$350 $71.52 $11,500 2 1 1 bedroom duplex. Almost new. Only $11,000


ARE OPEN DAILY, INCLUDING SUNDAYS 9440 Little River Drive. No HOME qualifying, 2 bedroom \:!

large Fla room, move right in. ,

, t Estate, Inc. HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWN 1
I New VA list out this week. Choice Selections '
: 4600 NW 7th Ave. :. 932 NW 7th Ave.f f r'
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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday. November 10. 1967 27

FOR RENT Miami Actors Present'
Company to
Very large 2 bedroom frame
ADS house, $22 a week. One bed-
room frame, rear,$16 a week. Courtesy Not to Bleed"The

/15 WORDS OR LESS I54. 4168 NW 22nd Ct.
50 FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. Miami Actors Company

t DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON proudly announces the openingof
Efficiency ideal for single
- a new play CortesyNot
person or couple$15 per week.
To Bleed" by David Fisher
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE 693-1187 or 6332429. and directed by Use Earl.; This

2 CBS beauties: on 1 lot. Livein Attention Vets or displaced FOR SALE OR LEASE sensational, provocative and
to fine call'
Room a gentleman
one, rent free! Rent from area families. $100 down Option to buy, with security, 691-3552 after 5:30 stimulating comedy in three

other enough to pay off mort- FHA home. Beautiful 2 bedroom 8 furnished units, all rented, p.m. acts will have it's Pre-New

gage. Front home, 2 bedroom Fla room, perfect lo- newly renovated, near Miami 4034 NW 23rd Ave. York premiere opening on November
1 bath, Fla. room, carport cation. Non vets $300 down. Avenue. CE 5-8418. Efficiency. 9 at the Arena Theare -
Rear house 1 bedroom, Fla. Call at once for location. We Middle aged working lady of Forte TowersSouth

room, turn. Fenced yard. Must have key In office. Fenster CLOSE IN FHA (only). $12.50 per week or$50 West Ave., Miami Beach.

see! FHA $500 down $96 mo. Realty, Broker, 759-8779. 3 bedroom with bath and extra mo. Call 888-2759 Mr. Smith.

Atlantic and pacific Realtors shower. Large enclosed front This original play, written
2 efficiencies with free
6660411.No FHA approved 3 bedroom porch carport. FHA price by a member of the Miami actors -
utilities. 775 NW 65th St.
beauty Beautiful large kit only $10,000 with $300 down Company, is being pro-

qualifying. Pretty 3 bedroom chen. Price $13,500. $100 and $93.83 month pays all.Ar- duced by the company by special -

1 bath, CBS carport, down to vets. Drive by 2120 thur Thin, Broker 691-4785 1 bedroom efficiency. Call arrangement with Marshall Tyrone G. Days, 1967 grad-

largeyard, take over one FHA NW 96th Terr., then call us, 7906 NW 7th Ave. Miami 7540977.Room Earl. Mr. Earl, president of uate of Northwestern Senior

mortgage already placed $83 Fenster Realty, Broker, 759- i the Miami Actors Company, High School is now in basic

month pays all. Atlantic and 8779. NO QUALIFYING private entrancefor plans to produce the CourtesyNot training, at Lackland Air
666-0411 single man. Call 7517602or
pacific Realtors Spacious 3 bedroom home. To Bleed, on Broadwaynest Force Base, Texas. He is the
6346774. 17
Come and see a large varietyof Florida room, enclosed front season. The play will run son of Mrs. Ellen Days Bent-

pretty 3 bedroom, 1 bath CBS, garden plants now on sale porch. Appliances. Large in the Arena Theatre Nov. 9, ley, co-owner of Glamourama
1 .
bed unfurnished
tile roof, hardwood floor. at 1475 NW 67th St. Call 691- fenced lot. $1000 down and roo m apt. 10,11,12,16,17,18,18, at 8:30 Beauty Salon. ,*
$20 weekly. Close to town.
fenced corner lot FHA. 0685. Alonzo Kelly. $100 month. Move right in.Arthur p.m. with a matinee on Novem.

$13,000, $400 down, $80 mo. Tubin, Broker 691-4785, Utilities furnished.. ber 15, at 2:00p.m. There will
Phone 635-6515.
veterans or displaced persons RCA Color TVs. 295 square 7906 NW 7th Ave., Miami. be a champagne party after the qe-

$100 down. Atlantic and Pacific inches. Big screen.$425. Easy premiere. For reservationsand F
Private apt. room hot and cold
Realtors 666-0411. budget payments. Phone: MU Drive by 1870 NW 50th St.Just information please call !r
5-1504. painted 3 bedroom 2 bath or shower. Cooking. For men. 532-6058. DOUBLE ACTION
Beautiful home, fit for a King! Nov. 24 1 bedroom, 1 bathduplex.$350 Key at 3160 NW 67th St. /COLORS GRAY Id iWfXa

3 bedroom, 2 bath, screened down, FHA terms. For details Room BEWARE DRESSES KMR IN PLACE

patio, tile roof, 2 car garage, Hot deal! 3 bedroom 2 bath CBS call Phil Perry, Realty, 377- private homo. 634-
formica kitchen;, with built in Fla. room, guest room spac- 0587. 4313. Sop.r.tltlon, Card R.ad.

stove, oven and dishwasher, ious bath room plus garage. ing, Too Roodlng/ Witch LEGAL NOTICEI

many extras no closing cost. You must see to appreciate.FHA German Sheperd male. 1 Duplex in vicinity of 96th St., craft. They or* all tint) Allen C. Williams, will not
year, and 25th Ave.near buses. 696- be responsible for any debts
FHA $900 down $116 month. approved at $20,000. So block trained. 1-6193after Now you are wanted and

Drive by 3245 NW 99th St. Ph. drive by 8920 NW 8th Avenue 4:30 p.m.Resident. 9646. ne.dedn/ the Roman incurred by any one other than

666-0411 for appointment At- then call Fenster Realty, Catholic Church. myself.
Furnished efficiency. $18 (Signed) Allen C. Williams
lantic and Pacific Realtors. Broker, 7598779. corner lot.In Carver I
week. 693-4177 826 NW 76th
Ranees. Reasonable.Call 634- Single Widowed Divorced?
Brand new fine quality 3 bed- Northwest home by owners, 2332 or 691-5454. _St. LOTS FOR SALE WRITE
room, 2 bath home. North of roomy and cheerful, 3 bed- DADE'COUNTY
lot at rooms Florida room, double A 2 bedroom house.$24 week- $1,000.00. Easy terms.
expressway on open 2 large lots. Nos. 6 and 7. Will build to Suit. INTRODUCTION CENTERP.
4015 NW 24th Avenue. phone garage. Inspection Invited. ly. Call 691-2650. Mrs.
N.ed ?
Block 17 Washington Park
0. Box 1088 Main office
Roundtree. 2010 NW 86th St.
builder PL 13604. Indef. 757-6507. Baron 538.1340
3rd addition, Ft. Lauderdale.See Miami, Florida 33101

A. C. Black, 1369 NW 68 Nov. 24
FHA TERMS Terr. Phone
2374 NW 85th St., Big 3 bed- 6912828.No. CHILD CARE
8930 NW 11th Court 24
rooms, Fla. room, tile roof, SEWING MACHINE"REPAIR
price $16,200 only $800
Total oak floors, built-in range and New Antioch day care, 1831 '
down 3 bedroom CBS beautiful 2 bedroom,tile bath SPECIAL" --
oven, city water, FHA $13- NW 49th St. Free pickup and
Little River Drive area a mist carport, awnings, corner,
000.00, $400.00 down (Vets delivery. Call 633-2797.
see, call me A. Ben-Kori $100)) No closing costs$80.82 canal park. 51/4% $2,500 Cleaned & Oiled In Your Home e

Realtor: 612 JNWJJpthjSt,.call monthly, bring-deposit today...dgwn, _$69 696-8668.mo. pays! .aH". *Ma*".. '-en joy sitting in our, Adjust,Tensions I

anytime 751-2243. Aetna RealtyBroker( ), 811 NW extras. home. Let us take care of your Free Needle & Belt

54th St., Phone: 757-5724, child of any age up to 4 years' Check all Wiring so
cost. Fine home for 12th TOTAL COST 1
Np! closing 9001 NW Court ,
open 7 days. old. Call 633-2002 or 633-2732 1 Year Guarantee MAKES
large:family. 3 bedroom,extra Lovely 3 bedroom, 1 bath, ALL& MODELS CALL

Florida room., Maybe Nice yard. Largelot. CALL DAY NIGHT
large prime area.
1310 NW 88th St., 3 bedrooms, Child day care in my home.

used as bedroom enclosed Fla., room, carport, built-in Many extras. $16,000., Your child will be given the 625-1271 BROWARD CALLCOLLECT 634-6242
front porch, 1 bath CBS, tile stove and oven, central heat, FHA $GOO down or if some cash best of care. 759-8335. Indef.
roof, hardwood floor, wall to available, assume present
air-conditioned, FHA$21,000,
wall carpet, fenced. FHA$14- $1,200 down, No closing costs, 5 1/4%mortgage with no quali

000, $450 down$86 month Vetsor $127.00 monthly-your looking fying. Owner 693-0094. MISCELLANEOUSTUTOR

displaced persons $100 for the very best see today
before it is BEAUTIFUL HOMEI!
down. Phone now at Aetna Realty, 8 NW 54th WANTED EDISON
too late. Atlantic and Pacific 2011 NW 98th Street SpecialsOPEN
St., Phone: 757-5724, open 7 Need help in preparation toward I
down month. FHA
Realtors 666-0411. days. $350 $91 qualifying on the Federal
No closing costs. 3 bedroom Service Entrance Examina-

LOT 4530 NW 168 Ter. No qualify- 2 bath 'CBS, air-conditioned, tion. Examination covers Ver- AFTER 2 P., M. SUNDAY
See: 1866 NW 46th Street heat, carpeting. 100x140 ft. lot
ing, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, bal Abilities, quantitative
$3,500 TERMS Oily! $14,500. Call now 759-
built-in stove and refrigerator abilities .interested call
OWNER 693-2631; Florida room carport, 8741.Spitzer Realty,Realtors. 635-2045 all day Saturday and $300 down FHA terms. Very clean CBS none.

sprinkler system, carpetingand Sunday or after 530pm. Monday Carport, nice yard, very convenient' location
Drive by 1775 flW 42nd St.CBS Newly reconditioned Alto-Sax. '
central heat air- thru Friday.
drapes ,
Fla. room, price $7,800.$900 conditioned, total $18,000.00, Fine finish, new pads, excel- 6131 NW 6 AVENUE .
lent d I t Reasonable.
down Ben-Korl Ion.
month. con
$1,200.00 down monthly pay- Day worker needs ride to'and $300 down FHA terms. 3 bedroom CBS homo plus
751-2243 759-0423.
Realty. anytime ments to match budget from Sky Lakes area Monday Fla tile
612 NW 60th St.FENCED. your porch roof, fenced ,yard, oil '11 rnon Ct.
don't miss this Jewell Aetna Wednesday, Friday. Will pay
Almost new 3 bedroom house
YARD Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th with huge Fla. room and oak 949-5090. DRIVE BY EDISON 10 :SEE

Drive by, 1849 NW 89th Terr. St., Phone: 757-5724, open 7 floors. $495 down. $97 mo. THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES:.

sleeping Lovely 2 porchseparatedining bedroom home, days. 1951 NW 152nd St., 235-2958 $Day 99 or Complete evening.BeautyCourse.5325657. ((1)I ) 3 bedrooms I, 2 baths, CBS. Very nice home

$7,900 total. 9015 NW 10 Ave. 2 bedrooms, plus Fla room, tile roof. $300 down FHA"ns.
Electric Philco range, double Near all Edison schools. The
Need cash. Ben-Kori Realtor, 1 bath, huge Fla.room garage, Congress of Senior Citizens neighborhoodis
oven deep well perfectcondi-
612 NW 60th St. 751-2243. oak floors, tile roof, wall to rummage sale. Nov. 13 thru "tops.
tion, In use now. $30 you haul. ((2)) 4 bedroom CBS home Fla
wall carpets, sprinkler sys- 17, 10 to 3 p.m. J e s u plus room. $350
2328 NW 105 St. D. Hall. down FHA terms. Near all Edison schools.
tem, central heat, FHA $15- Church down stairs. NE 1st
Open House. Sunday. 3-6 p.m. 000.00 No closing costs Ave and 2nd St.Exceptional. ((3)) No qualifying for this nice CBS home near

1220 NW 88th St. 3 bedroom, $450.00 down (Vets $100), home Beautiful air-conditioned 2 bedroom CBS FHAterms.Open 46th St, and 5th Ave. FHA already placed.
2'bath, FHA all conventionalwith $93.33 monthly what more Investmentfor $88.64 pays everything.

carpet,built-range and can we say, see today Aetna 5828 NW 19th Sunday A venue.from Fenster 36. ((4)) No qualifying. 2 CBS houses. Live in one,

oven. Carport. Priced right so Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th Realty Broker 759-8779. Doctors, Attorneys, Medical rent the other. Owner will hold mortgage.
come by Sunday and our sales- St., phone: 757-5724, open 7 Clinic, Insurance, Sales,Con- Near 6th Ave. and 69th St..rr
with tractors etc. -------- r.rr
terms ,
man will discuss days.
2145 NW 84th St.,CBS 2 bed-
you. Fenster Realty, Broker, ,
room completely redecoratedlike ,Use well-appointed, air-con
9200 Little TERMS AND
River D'iveOwn- HO QUALIFYING.
759-8779. .
new, fenced in, city water ditioned offices (can provide;
er transfered custom built 3 Owner must sell no qualifyingmake two suites) In rapidly expanding -' YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHAHOMES FOR

3 bedroom 2 bath CBS. No bedrooms, 2 bat h s, tremen- an offer. Broker. 758- area, middle income people $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING

qualifying. Move right in. All dous Fla. room,pool and patio, 5400. DISPLACED AND IF YOU QUALIFY.
around fence. Drive by 1490 built-in washer, dryer, gar-
Fenster wall to wall car- Get rental come for mortgage WE ARE SURE WE HAVE WHAT YOU ARE
NW 41st St., then call age disposal, 4 bedroom 2 bath FHA.terms ,
taxes etc
Realty, Broker, 759-8779. pets, modern built-in kitchen, $18,000. Drive by 8500 NW 24 now,leased),Rear(yard to space rent. LOOKING FOR, COME IN TO SEE US.
central heat and air. Avenue. Beautiful corner pool OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY :a
If are selling your home? the 30's financing .avail home Call anytime A. Ben- Prominent Corner .

To Urban Renewal or Expressway able. If you can afford the Korl Realtor 7512243. Heavily travelled artery. NE "

we have many nice ultimate in good living call today corner. NW 54th St. 5th Ave. EDISON ,REALTY' Realtors,

homes for you. A call to our to see this i magnificent PERSONALSVolunteers ,

friendly office will get you the home. Aetna Realty(Broker), needed for Good PriceTermsRay 175 -N.W'62.nd.. 5t 75t-244t .

place you are looking for. Fen- 811 NW 54th St., phone: 757- psychological test research. L. Parker, Reg. Broker ,

ster Realty, Broker,759-8779 5724, open 7 days. Telephone: 864-3471. Ask for Walsh 665-5,421


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? 28 THE MIAMI TIKES, Friday, November 10, 1967 Center. Second of the major facilities, will be openedto

Don't Miss Education Week ODOR House At ftft-DJC academic buildings in first- visitors.!
a 245-acre
-- - -- phase development, the $3 North Campus,
It's a double feature this College's seventh annual Open DJC North and M-DJC South Traditionally the college's million science and Class- complex at NW 27th Ave and
I year for Miami-Dade Junior House. For the first time, M- are scheduling separate observance of American Edu- room Building, was opened 113th St.,will have Open House
events at each campus on Sun cation Week, the twin Open this fall Both buildings, together activities in Scott Hall,Wolf-
day, Nov. 12, from 2 to 430 House this year is expected with other campus son Learning Resources

.... p.m.More than 150 exhibits, the draw two some campuses.The 7,000. visitors to
demonstrations and other activities event will mark the first
will depict all phasesof time for the South Campus to
college life on the two cam- be officially open for public JohnBegg
Super Soul, Survey NoA puses. Visitors will have a viewing. Located on a 185-
choice of music, art, drama, acre tract at SW 104th Street
films, gymnastics, exhibition and 110th Ave., M-DJC South
Win Cash Records basketball, and a multitude of began operation last winter
academic and technological with the completion of the$3.2
1. Your precious love Marvin & Tamie displays. million Learning Resources
2. Can't stay away Impressions
3. To share your love Fantastic Four
4. What have I done Lynda Jones
5. Natural Woman Aretha Franklin
6. Soul Man Sam & Dave
7. You keep running away Four Tops
8. My Kind of girl VolumesStevie
9. I'm wondering Wonder
10. pata Pata Miriam Makfba
'!III 11. When you're gone Brenda Tabulations
12. It's youI need Temptations
13. Soul stuff Lt. Beav./FrankWll. .. 4
14. Stagerlee Wilson Pickett ...
15. Let love come between us James&Bobby Purify "
16. Mr. Dream Merchant Jerry Butlerparllments \ w v:,
17. All your goddies are gone ,:.it/k,
18. Whole lotta woman Arthur Conley cat,.
19. );. .... ...., ,
Skinny legs Joe Tex """ ':'::""
20. Heard it from the grapevine Pips I .
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21. Running out Bongi Judy ',./ \....""'>. .. ..3 / .-.. :I/Ul 1f, ..
22. Someday baby Dianne Cunningham .
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23. Piece of my heart Erma Franklyn :' I" .\Of' : .. :., : !
24. To sir with love Lulu : :"' .. t EsnA\ SCOTCH: W7iIW'Y ,.>i
25. Without love Ronnie
26. Get on up Esquires A
27. Don't lose your groove Lavel Hardy
28. Got to go (nip) Annette Larkins was here l
29. I second the emotion Smokey Miracles
30. Especially for you Four puzzles

31. Just a matter of time (flip) Benny Lattimore Can a Scotch actually faste good?Ask the bo -and.
32. Oh my love Pattie & Blue Bells bred Scotch drinkers. They've been mucking their''
33. Solid Foundation Eddie Bo ,lips over John Begg for years. Suddenly this grand,
34. The richest girl Little Helen Earl Rawls find Jerome Roy are two of the first old name is on the tip of everybody's tongue.'7 ake a' t
35. Keep the ball rolling Jay and Techniques Negro officers doing private investigation and patrol and peg o'Begg. It's a wee bit better than the best,"say
36. My ship is coming in Walter Jackson guard service with Dade Security Service of Florida with the poetic Scots of their treasured John Begg,whose
37. A touch of the blues Bobby Bland officers at 1628 W. Flagler-St Ray has recently been taste is gentle and whose once is light a
38. It must be love Roy Hytower promoted to corporal Glamour photo. ms SLINKS mm mmui-w......TUTU ir MID I.MMI t is.DC i
39. What about you 0. V. Wright
40. Storybook children Billy Judy Clay

41. Dear John Dixie Drifter
I 42. A lasting love Otis ClayFantastic
43. Boogaloo down broadway Four I
44. I want my baby back Edwin Star NEW CAR
45. Gettostepln Sugar DeSanto NEW
46. Soulin' & Rolling The Trensations
47. Muddy Water Larry Banks
48. In and out of love Supremes
49. If it aint one thing Oscar Irving EMERSON
50. Cover me Percy SledgeD FINANCING

Donny Uptown Chambers brothers
Jimmy .-- Sing me a love song The Glories

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