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 17, 1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Vol. 45, No. 12 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1967' 32 PAGES 15, ,j jj


EOPI Cannot Continue If I

Equal Employment' in Banks
Congress. Fails To Support 'I

,Savings and Loans OrderedThat According to Richard Weather continue to work without pay 'J
ly, executive director of as they have been doing for the
there must not be.any said the extension will affect EOPI here, the program will past two weeks, Mr Weather-
discrimination based on race about 6,000 savings and loans w 2 have to be discontinued, unless ly said that they are willing
and color in banks,savings and associations, savings banks, Congress supplies the money to continue working without
loan associations and other commercial banks not coveredby with which to keep it going,because pay, provided that the prospectfor
agents which sell U.S,Savings the original order or any community finance from their getting paid later is ';
Bonds 'waif! ordered this week other agents selling bonds. business and Industry could bright enough.
t in Washington by the Treasury This regulation prohibits not supply sufficient funds to The $109,000 payroll for the
Department.The ,discrimination in hiring, pro- keep the program In operation.In personnel will be met this
ant 1. discriminatoryrules motion, training ,and other an interview with Miami week, but unless Congress au-
had previously been imposed personnel activities. Tim e s' representative, Mr. thorizes additional funds there
by the Treasury on Over Several commercial banks C Weatherly said, "as of today, will not be sufficient money for
?;12,000 commercial banksat In the South have refused to it looks pretty good" He add- future pay days.
which the government de- comply with the earlier directive ed that Congressman Dante In Miami, the last week,the
posits its.money and have lost their federal Fascell had told him that thereis School Board made a loan of
Assistant Secretary of the accounts, the treasury reported. every indication that the $300,000 to keep the Head Start
Treasury Robert A, Wallace Federal government will furnish program goIng| ; $10,000 was
r the necessary funds to received from the United
yet keep the program functioning. Funds to buy food for children
Asked if the personnel wUlNegroes' (Continued on page 14)
Central U Students r

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Riot; Guard CalledFearing

MIA MIAN IS MSS FA MU, Diane Spartling, a senior elementary All Levels
renewed violence ley, assistant Adjutant Gen education major at Florida A&M University, was
despite the presence of 200 eral R. H. Canterbury and a elected "Miss: FAMU" for the 1967-68 academic year. Miss
armed National Guardsmen, highway patrolman.The Spratling and her court will reign over festivities of the FAMU '
outbreak resulted from Texas Southern.University game in the Tampa Stadium on Nov. Needs Program of
\strife-, f a day of tension cat the campus 25 and the Qrange/Rlossora( Classic &the Orange Bowl\ in
(CSU) ordered the schoof Hosed when a small'pup t rebel Miami on Dec'emtyer 2'. Miss Spratling lithe daughter of Mr.
Tuesday. lious students prevented and Mrs. Earl Sprat l i n g of 3165 Carter Street, Miami.-
The university directed'all police from arresting a sus- FAMU staff by-Ernest Flllyau. Billions of Dollars ;
class mate. Several
2,600 students at the predomi- pended
nantly Negro schoolincluding students were arrested President Johnson is calledto to"ride herd on domestic programs .J J
those living in dormitoriesto The guardsmen were called Seek Release of meet with the nation's opin- with emphasis on city .t., '
: leave the campus at."the to help local police when 30 to ion-makers ... businessmen, and poverty programs" ",
earliest possible time." 50 students barricaded entrance the clergy,educators state and The magazine advocates an .*
The board said the action to a building to shield local officials, union leaders, immediate reduction in the na-
was taken for the "safety and Michael Warren, 21, who was Dad of 7 Dead TotsA to inspire a sense of urgency tion's budget deficit. It urges >.
welfare" of the students fol- suspended last Thursday for and to mobilize their supportfor that increased public services |iv
lowing violence Monday night alledgedly threatening to programs costing billionsof be provided on the state and .1)Rq
;" An -estimated 200 Negroes "Kill" the president of neighboring white attorney, serving a writ of habeas corpus Inbe- dollars, aimed at solving local levels, including sanitation '*
-chanting Black Power slogans, Wilberforce University. without fees, is battling to half of Richardson, allegingthat ghetto problems, of which Ne- police protection and
went onabrick-throwingram- During the afternoon inci- squash the murder charts evidence in the hands of groes are the most victimized. street lighting. :
page Monday night on the cam dent, about 300 other students against James Richardson, DeSoto County Sheriff Frank .
pus of Central University, milled about the building.THANKSGIVING who is being held in jail with Cline "would establish probable Newsweek magazine In its The editorial says that i
Wilberforce University, Wil- his wife, in connection with the cause for the issuance of current issue calls for this businessmen should make a
berforce, Ohio, and 300 National TURKEY deaths of their seven children warrant against other persons program, in its first editorialin special effort seek out,train
Guardsmen were ordered October 25-26,from poisoning guilt of the offense." 34 years. and promote the hard-core
to the scene. in Arcadia. It was not certain whether The magazine's editorial unemployed, particularly Ne
Another ,300 were guardsmen Community Citizens John S. Robinson, the Day- Richardson's white attorneywas describes the 12-point program groes. And it calls on the unions :''t
alerted at the Greene Comm'ttee! an organization of tona Beach attorney,asked the inferring that there are that it advocates as an to cease discriminating
County Fairgrounds, four which Charles Hadley is the Circuit Court in Sarasota this other persons, who might be immediate action agenda, against nonwhites "voluntarily
miles from the campus. chairman, ,announces that week to free Richardson, implecated in the poisoning of a "set of principles to guide if they will, or under Government I
Wearing helmets and equip- Thanksgiving dinner baskets itinerant fruit picker, on the the children with a lunch of sustained efforts and specific pressure, if they .
ped with gas masks, 90 high will be distributed from Mi- grounds thatauthoriUesarewithholding grits, rice, beans, and hogs- long-range proposals con- won't." ,
way patrolmen and sheriffs ami Jackson High School to Information that head. cerning employment, housingand The magazine asks the Fed
deputies also moved into the the needy in time for Thanks "would fully exonerate" him, The suspension of the insur- other levels"I of social eral Government expand
giving Diy. Richardson Is held in seven ance agent, who would have Issued change that would affect the adult job-training programs
area.Windshields were shattered Those qualified may applyto counts of first degree murder, double insurance policiesto nation's Negroes. and to "triple" the current
on at least two cars: but no Mr. Hadley, at 1836 NW 55 while his wife Annie Mae, the Richardson the daybeforethe The editoial urges the outlay of about $400,000,000 u
injuries were reported.One of Terrace, 634-7005. mother of six of the children deaths of the children,has President to"Show his own for the purpose. It calls for a ,
the two autos carried Greene This Is the organization's7th that died, Is being held on a been asked by Rev.Joel Atkins concern by visiting the reform of needlessly abusive
County Sheriff Russell Brad- ear of the project. child neglect charge. of Winter Haven, state presi- ghettos and to appoint a sup- and repressive and sometimes 1
Robinson filed a petition for (Continued on page 14)) er-Cabinet level coordinator racists' welfare programs. +
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1-;, Low Income Housing Not Popular With Investors JII ;

BY JOHN A. DIAZ Women Voters meeting at Brooks said the non-co together that,before long they ban renewal program are ex- problem facing ,the agency. I F
I Temple Israel here, with operation and abuse these will become slums again. presways and patches of Said Mr. Watson, "Few peo-
i panelists from government of- owners have received at the weeds. He said that there were ple, particularly the middle- .
At a public housing forumon ficials and private enterprise.The hands of the general community One of the speakers at the 287 evictions in his Liberty class Negro,want public housing J
Tuesday, it was disclosedthat have discouraged them forum was Bernard Dyer,well neighborhood one year;that next to them; it's not a
private enterprise Is no head of the Bonded Ren- from further investing In low known organizer of tenant he had seen mothers and small question of race; it's a question ,
longer interested In building tal Agency, Mr. Luther income housing with the risks groups in Liberty City.He was babies put on the streets. of status." j"
houses for the low Income Brooks, stated that private enterprise said to have hit the nail on the I
family. had lost interest In that is Involved In such enter- head when he stated at the "The problem in our area," Mr. W a t s o n made the pre- \, I
slum clearance,because these prises.A meeting: "We tore the slums said Mr Dyer, "is so explosive diction that President John-
This was a blow for Negroeswith owners of slum property do Miami Times' survey, down but we didn't build homesto that unless something is son would produce a new urban ,..
low income who have been
not want any more investmentthat however, shows that the pub- replace them; we got nice done I fear for Dade County." renewal program next year '
benefit from
receiving some is to replace low income lic, too, is losing Interest in highway for automobiles but Norman Watson, deputy director which would provide
of torn
the replacement housing. The reason, he said, the type of low income housingthat no place for human beings to of urban renewal for money" for housing projects,
houses in Miami's urban renewal is that increasing taxes and has been built In tin Ne- live," Metro Housing and Urban and eliminate the long wait between .
projects.The competition from the federal gro sections of Miami, They Mr, Dyer added that the only Development Agency,said that the condemnation of
housing forum was government, and not lack ofhumanitarizm feel that these housing facilities things replacing dwellings trying to find land to build public property and the constructionof ,
i' sponsored .by .the, League of ., ) he indicated.. are so,unattractively put torn down.In,the so.called ur. housing'.waspart of the new homes.Unlversity .


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Miami ,Hands Over I '

Public HousingTo M 1

Little HUDThe '4i ''tk

Miami Housing Author- Board. County Manager
ity was handed over to Metro Porter Homer said both were 11 ,,
Monday by the Miami Commissioners illegal under Metro charter.It } rti
without a dis- i ti ,' l2Z Z.
senting vote. was not a takeitorleaveit
Two weeks ago a transfer proposition, Mayor
proposal met subborn resis- Steve Clark said. Thecit was
tance when Metro officials open to negotiation at the time,
said they were not trying indirectly he said. ". ...: .
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to block it,one of them "Our: first resolution was a store. Donation $2.00; children under 12 admitted free.
admitted that about a month resolution of intent to find out The Evening Star, Chapter No. 67 will present"Splendor In Left to right are: Barbara Alexander,Prlcllla Darrington,
ago the vote would have been the feeling of Dade County," Stars," a fashion extravaganza benefit featuring the O'Neal Veronica Gibson, Grace Maloy,Virginia Alford,Eloise Eliard,
four to one against it. he said. Fashionetters plus added attractions. This gala event will be Sarah Gyton, Helen Terry, Briggett Britt, Aussiheta Mathis,
The motion was made Mon- "I didn't know those condi- held in the Starlight Room of Biscayne Terrace Hotel, Sunday, Thomasina Baines, Lou Venia Me Math,Lavern Jefferson,Ru-
day by Maurice Ferre, who tions were illegal at the time. November 26, at 5:00 p.m. thie Jones,Gladys Anderson,Willie Sey more,Marilyn Thompson -
said he would have been that Had we that knowledge, Ithink Tickets maybe purchased from any member d Evening Star, jean Cambridge, and Evelyn Thompson.-Johnson photo.
lone vote. Asked what broughton they wouldn't have been In- Chapter No. 67, the O'Neal Fashlonetters, or Lory's Dept.
Monday's unanimous vote, cluded." -
he replied, "the winds Commissioner Athalie 6,000 EXPECTED AT PEPPER PICNICMore TIRED OF WORKING FOR A SMALL SALARY?
change." Range won approval Monday of than 6,000 are expect- canism, according to coed DON'T HAVE A HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATION?
The two unacceptable con- an amendment urging more .
for the first annual, old chairman William Langer.fashioned WANT A JOB WITH
ditions were a"semiautonomoos" public housing for poor Ne- of Friend-
Named a "Day
It asked the to
Housing Authority groes. county Claude ship,' by host Claude Pepper, TRAINING SERVICE will
consider hosted by U. S. Rep. If you can qualify, ALPHA
"immediately con-
Board under the county man- will in-
Pepper, from 10 a.m until 4 the picnic provisions for a job with the U. S. government under
struction of low Income hous- prepare you
ager and a demand that two city of meat,
commissioners sit on the ing. p.m., Saturday, Nov. 16th, at elude 12,000 pounds slaw and Civil Service. Send for free list of jobs and salaries
Greynolds Park, NE 172nd St. 250 gallons of and how you can qualify for them. Send name, address,
and W. Dixie Highway. 300 gallons of pork and beans.
and phone number to:
Observe Annual The picnic, open to pubCochairmen with Langer age ALPHA TRAINING SERVICE
I Omegas lie, will feature free eats,bevfor the big picnic will be John
20 NE 29th Street, MiamiOr
erages, games, entertainF.. Beatty, Max Friedson,
Call 373-4239
Achievement WeekSigma ment, music and festivities for Charles Hadley and Edwardall
along the theme of Amprl- Stephenson.
Alpha will hold its annual the following citizens for their
Achievement Week Ban- outstanding work in the com
quet, Sunday, Nov. 19, 6 p.m., munity. Mr. Odell Johns of
in the Morocco Room of the Goulds, who led the fight
Casablanca Hotel. This year's against the phasing out of Mays ,
theme is,Wanted: Solutions to High School and for equal OPENING LR NEW
America's Urban problem.1. rights for the citizens of this
In keeping with its local pro- area will receive the Citizenof
ject of providing opportunities the Year Award. Mrs
for the male youth of this community Mamie Williams, Mr.CharlesR.
Sigma Alpha will center Hadley, Mrs. Mir ion Shan
its program around a panel non, and Mr. Archie Ayers,
discussion, using seniors will receive outstanding s*-
from the local high schools,to vice awards. Brother.Astrid WIG DEPT !
develop this year's theme.The K. Mack will receive the
speakers who will appear are, Omega Man of the Year ward.
Steve Jenkins and Michael ..
Hamilton, Student Council

president and Forensic ATLANTIC SOCIAL CLU B 1I J.
League presidents, of Miami
member of Student Council at ,
Northwestern High; Farley
Neasman, Jr., MiamiCentral.Don .

will appear Jennings as,soloist.Miami Jackson Brother, Atlantic Social Club Pre- SELECTED 100% HUMAN HAIR ((FULL SELECTION OF COLORS)

Willie Wright will serve as Thanksgiving dance, Friday,
moderator. Brother HerbertL. Nov. 17, 10:00 p.m. until, at
Diy is chairman. Bayfront Park, 320 NE 5th St.
Sigma Alpha will invite 100 Music by W.C.Baker,for reservations SPECIAL SPECIAL
teen-agers to this affair as call Willie Moor- PRE-STYLED
their guest. The Brothers and man, 635-5704 or Francis De-
interested friends are working lancy 757-5885. Samuel Bry 1x'l DYNEL"FALLS"
diligently to make this affair a ant, president, Johnnie 1 l
great success. Mosley/ public relations.Nov.. F. WIGLET
Sigma Alpha will also honor 17 ,'

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Sepia Mayor of Miami 45
expert artists style

says: ,. Finest quality 100% HUMAN HAIR your wig for ONLY
The City of Miami Commission has done an
outstanding fob during the past two years. I feel T
that the people of Miami should stick with a win- LAY-A-WAY PLAN
ning team and return the incumbent commissioners Ask about our $1 holds. any item for YOU!
to their offices. I strongly urge you to


1100 N.W. 54th
STEVE CLARK Pd. Pol. Adv. 494 I
. . ... .. .. .. EASE MIAMI



THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 17, 1967 J
Bushes Win Family Of The Year TitleMr. :1

and Mrs. Charles Bushof We kept telling them that people Herald for "outstanding
3010 NW 49th Street have who are drop-outs from achievement and social significance a''
been named "The Negro school are left-outs from in reportorial cov-
Family of the Year" and will life," said Mrs. Bush. erage of the N e g r o com m'JOIty's -
be honored guests at the ninth Other awards will be pre- struggle for equal oppor-
annual interracial dinner of sented by Sen. Harry P. Cainto tunity in Jobs and housing.'
s{ Greater Miami Urban League, Morris H. Abrams of 1960 There will be vocal selec-
November 18,at Deauville Hotel NW 4th Court for his dedicated tions by songstresses Haro-
c L The announcement was "grass roots' efforts to- lean Storr and Lee Carner and
made by Rev. Bruce L. ward the goal of equal oppor- by Donald Jennings. The Rev.
Robertson who headed the tunity, for the Negro commun- Coleman F. carroll,Bishop
4 ,awards committee. Other ity; to Eastern Air Lines for Miami Catholic Diocese, will
selected for meritorious Job opportunities for minority be liver the invocation and
achievement are Mr.and Mrs. groups and to The. Miami benediction.

r3 u Price E, Hepburn, Mrs Mibel
Thompson, Mr.and Mrs.OwenK. f la u;

son Hill, Mi. and Mrs. JamesD.
Davis, and Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel Moss.
The Bush's have been mar- ,
ried 33 years and 30 years ago /
My'r moved to Miami from Jupiter, :

Florida. They have raised a ::1

'C- Y r''' ... ,...-. { "'-_ _."- _. __ ___- family of four boys and four :1l
girls, ranging in age from 12
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over from William H. Walker, Jr., left, chairman of the Board .of Directors, First truck driver with Atlantic .
Federal Savings and Loan Association, Miami, and William Paul, Jr., right, chair, Foundation of North Miami.
Mrs. Izetta Bush Is
man of the Board for Family Finance Corp. Rev. Edward T. Graham is. leaning over employedin
the cafeteria of Miami
and the developments.The .
explaining newest Northwestern School.
occasion for the meeting was the committee get together to plan for the
of the Bush
Every one eight
dinner honoring Senator Harry P, Cain at the Deauville hotel, Dec. H. children have either graduated '
from college or plan to attend _
college. "Despite many _

What'll" You Have difficulties and disadvantages,
Negro, we have brought them up tobe I 1
honest, useful citizens and to IA' _

4fro-American., or Black? have respect for everybody.A : ; _

new monument to com- _
Ebony Magazine for November Ebony said. "Some pro-Negro advo- memorate Columbus' first I
says that a controversyover "This group is scornful of cates charge indignantly that landfall the New World,October
the use of the word"Ne- the premises of change," it the 'whole black issue raised 12, 1492,is to be erected ,
gro" is raging'trom' Harlem said. "A Negro by any other, by a handful of intellectuals, at San Salvador In theBa-
street corners to Sothern name," they.say,1"would be none of whom are black, ex- hamas. It will also commem- NEED A JOB? START WORK TODAY!
college campuses.The as black and as beautiful--andas cept for their beards' said orate the arrival of the cere- NOW 2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU .i
argument has"alienated segregated. the magazine. monial Olympic Flame at San ;,
old f r lends,split national Salvador during its Journey COOKS BUSBOYS
organizations and disrupted from Greece to Mexico for the
national conventions, the XIX Olympiad opening Oct. 12,
magazine said., 1968. HOTEL & HOME MAIDS! LIVE IN MAID S t

It was discussed "with Negro Stwants As GoodwillThis The S. S. Oceanic flagshipof .A-l Employment Service
gravity" at a meeting of the Home Lines that plies :
President Johnson's,national releas, this week of relish fighting in Vietnam between Fjfew York and Nassau, 6v.r 20 Y.orV Service In Miami
advisory commission oq civil the two Negro'setgeants witha 'while whites athorae are denying -* Bahamas,,bas ,celebrated its 714 NW 62nd Street 758-7663
white sergeant by> the North them housing facilities iii
disorders and it is matterof ,
100th cruise between the two 534 N. Miami Avenue 379-8382 1 1
grave concern toprominent Vietnamese is viewed by pacifist so'called'white sections, as cities..
Negro leaders who have been observers as "a gestureof demonstrated recently in Mil- :
heckled and publicly denounced goodwill to Americans,who waukee and in other parts of t
are fighting in Vietnam for the nation. ;!
for using the word "Ne ACCOMMODATIONS
gro," Ebony said. democracy, while at home they
"A large and vocal group of are treated as undesirable AT MODERATE RATES-CALL .
Amor leans of African descentis neighbors."
Thomas Hayden, a founderof Building permits recorded a
pressing an aggressive $6-m 11110 n Increase in 1966
the students for a Democratic BONDED T :
campaign'Afro-American''for use as of the the word only Society and a promi- over the previous year at i .
Freeport Grand Bahama Is-
nent activist in the
historically accurate and movement said that the peace land. Totaling $21.1 millionfor
humanly significant designation the RENTAL TdFa
year, building con-
lease of the two Negroes by the
of this
large pivotal portion Viet tracts are helping to maintainthe
of the American popula
record of full
showing Americans at home employmentlathe
tion."This that the North Vietnameseknow booming resort-in- '<<
group, the magazinesaid dustrial complex. .. ....!: I
that do not 'f
"Contends the word'Ne.gro' Negroes .. 1 ,I :
is an inaccurate epithet :: -;... ::<, .y I

which perpetuates master- INC. .;;
slave mentality In the mindsof MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE 4 Fyn 1,1 1 1c

both black and white Ameri MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY,

"An equally ,
"Negro" Is as accurate and as PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!
euphonious as the words
"black and Afro-American," fleet of cars and collectors give door to door service for
tenants convenienceA

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

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

Tenants concern will stop vandalism and reduce the costafhouslng.


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H' THE MAN WHO FOUGHT FOR CIVIL 20848 South Dixie Hwy., Cutler RidgeCE 5-3553 ',

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lever 11-A y : HON. L. L. BROOKS, President

t GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager '

Hendrick J. Berns t CHARLES LOCKHART!, Public Relations Director
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Miami City Commisionp3' ;Yo.I vI w v'H;1 .1 lamjo.. enjoy, a better. life, others must }live j better too" L. L. Brooks



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_ 4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 17 1967 __ _ _

Q To Be Equal

By Whitney Young, Jr.

-' Office) 6530 NW 15th Ave., Miami, Flo. 33147-Phoner 691.0421 By Booker T. Hayes ', \/" National Executive Urban Director League

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher

GARTH C, REEVES, Managing Editor
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor Will You Vote? Election Victory -For -DemocracyFor

National Advertising RepresentativeAmalgamat.d the hot have been the tar-
Throughout long summer Negroes
E Publishers, Inc. the firstling in our history, Negro candidates have been
of massive voter education directed through
get a
1' 310 Madison Avenue, New York, N. Y. 10017 program elected mayors of major cities. Carl B. Stokes, mayor-elect]
centers in most of our more popuouscities. The effect of this
Member of the National
Newspaper Publishers
Association Cleveland and Richard G. Hatcher, mayor-elect of Gary,
2400 S.. is felt] in electionacross the coun
Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 program being every major other talented Negroes who hold important
try. The fact that we have more Negro registered voters, and now Join many
SUBSCRIPTION RATES they are better able to understand the value of their partici- governmental positions.It .
ONE 'YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 was a wonderful day,and one Negro disk jockey proclaim
pation, has made the "Black Power" slogan coined in refer- '
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post ence to civil rights, something politicians consider The ed the joyful day after the elections as "NationalSoul Brother
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 power and unity with which the Negroes, or Afro-Americans Day." Negroes all over the country had reason to rejoice, for
meant more to them than just .
results having Negroes
the election
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The (which-ever you prefer) are attacking their problems at the
NGRO( PRESS believes that America can best lead polls has made the thinkers who happen Ito be politicians sit up in high positions.
the world from racial and national results were a perfect indication of the real and
antagonism when It accords These very
and take notice. They have seen the effects of a united effort
to every man regardless of his race, creed or color his human political] power the Negro community can wield in
and in two of most elections. The fact they
legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man..the Negro by Negroes our Decent; concerned
with liberals and conservatives.
Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that all men decided mayorships in cities where Negroes were not in a cooperation
are hurt as long as Is held back.jSdilor'g .
anyone majority made them even more: significant. Carl Stokes won:> in Cleveland because he was able to con.

: vince enough white voters that he was the best qualified man
-mr otrhoolt Americans, and I use this term because I speak of the maJority .. for the job. And many white voters have learned to abandon

are beginning to accept the merits of the man. Tne color r a reflex kind of prejudice where Negroes are involved. Real

of his skin has become almost a coincidence. They have begun political power comes through forging the kind of alliances thata
ELECTION DAY IS TUESDAYYe to accept those credentials able to withstand scrutiny, and Carl Stokes created in Cleveland.

Editor's tribute goes to Mrs.Athalie Range.We must elect base their decisions on the personal appeal to themselves] and There are any number so-called m'litants yelling"black

her. Please remember every vote counts, and every good their beliefs. This constitutes the original concept of the vote. powar" with no knowledge of what power is or how to get it.
citizen votes. It represents the vision of the originators. They envisioned Carl Stokes has shown all of us that the way to achieve poweris

As a matter of fact The Miami Times is pleased to erdorse every American as being of the meutal capacity to study the to be better than the other guy, not to scare him ,out, of his

our commissioners now holding off Ice.,We feel that they have issues involved, and make a decision beneficial to himself or wits, and to work with all kinds people and groups in a
given us worthwhile service and should be reelected.Here are herself, if they were fortunate enough to be desirous of the meaningful coalition.

their names: Steve Clark, mayor; Maurice Ferre and Athalie changes desired by the majority. 0/er the years this has pro. I hope that one of the results of this election will be the death

Range. ven one of the fallacies of the American democratic process. of the backlash scare. In the months preceding the election we

Too many Americans, black and white, have been unable because heard all sorts o f dire predictions about how solid white vot.

of one reason or another to actively participate. Ignor- ing blocs would crush Negro candidates.
Miami City Commissioners on Monday decided to turn over ance, intimidation and fear have been largely] responsible for In Boston, one oUhe candidates for may 0 r Mrs. Louise
the Miami Housing Authority to the Metro authorities. the Negroes previous attitude toward the vote, but it appears Hicks, was generally described as a backlash candidate. She

In doing so Commissioner Athalie Range urging more pub- this too is being overcome. had fought against steps which would have integrated Boston's
lic housing for Negroes asked the county to immediately con-
school and most commentators
system, predicted that she
sider construction of low income houses in the city for poor
Negroes. Oi: Tuesday, we get the opportunity to see if Miamlans have would role up a massive anti-Negro vote. She did role up a
kept abreast of the changes noted elsewhere. We have had all large minority of the vote, but she lost.

the opportunities offered in other cities, and whetherornotwe She lost. That is the point.
Next Thursday is Thanksgiving Day. As usual there will be have gained from them remains tobe seen. It is my opinionwe Wa can talk all we want about numbers of votes Mrs. Hicks

Thanksgiving services in many of our churches. This is meet have acted as pioneers in the field of human relations. We got, or the shady dealings of the machine in Gary which resulted -

and right so to do. In spite of our country still being at war, have molded a city considered a model by other communities, in court orders against ballot-box tampering. Butthis is not

there are blessings untold that we have had during the past and without the benefit of a destructive riot. Oar national important when seen in the light of the final results. Bigots

year. image, despite the efforts of our governor, has remained favorable were shown to be an ineffectual minority, and candidates in
This day Instiluted by the Pilgrims to give thanks to God in and to most people a visit to Miami is still a must. big-city elections thought of as anti-Negro, lost.
prayer for their survival is an annual holiday celebrated with
much oiistn. So let's not concentrate so much on thebacklashers.. I hope
A happy Thansgiving for our readers and friends Is the sin- We are in no position to gamble on the character of the man the press will finally understand that they have been played up

cere wish of Ye Editor.OnSaturdayeveningthecreater. >; we select for mayor. At times, the ,*ability select the better too much. They lost in 1964; they lost in 1967.,
... man for the position is nothing but a gamble] but it need not They are strong,but I think it has now been proven that wbeh

be so in Tuesday's voting. We don't have a Negro running for the chips are down, enough white citizens are willing to stand

Miami Urban League, Mrs. mayor: of Miami, but we do have Steve Clark, who has been a shoulder-to-shoulder with Negro citizens for, justice and

Louise Glasser, president, will have Its Ninth Annual Equal part,of the previous policy handed down by the Miami City dec eIl:y.

Opportunity dinner at the Deauvllle Hotel, Miami Beach.Speaker Commission, We only need check the records of past decisionsto The big, most important message this election gives us is
for the occasion will be Dr. Samuel Proctor, president of get a clear picture of his thinking none of the other candi- that enough of the silent white majority will vote with Negroesto

the Institute for services to education and a widely known char- dates offer us this opportunity. Not only are all able to check create a coalition stronger than that the backlashers can
acter. the record of Mr. Clark since being elevated to the positionof muster.

His Honor, but also as a member of the Commission prior I say the silent white majority, because in matters of race

Oa Saturday evening the Church Of The Incarnation gives a to his selection. Steve was chosen by his fellow commission relations, it is silent. I'd estimate 80 percent of white citizens -

dinner at Toby's Cafeteria, 674 NW 54th Street. The Rt. Rev. members to continue the progressive approach to municipal i are indifferent and aloof from the struggle for civil rights

James L. Duncan Bishop, will deliver a special address.JOHNSON'S government established by his predessor the late Robert King and equal opportunity.
High. I feel this is a personal endorsement by the people with Perhaps ten percent are actively involved in the fight, and

whom he will be working, and nothing breeds success more another ten percent are open bigots.If justice is to be achieved -

POLITICAL EXECUTIONERSThe than harmony. it is that great: mass of American citizens who constitutethe

hatchet men of the Democratic party, both in the northas other 80 percent who mast end their apathy.
Oa Tuesday, we also get the opportunity to show our appre-
well as In the s o u t h ,have apparently already sharpenedtheir ciation for her dedication, to our only Negro member of the I think they proved,at least on election day, that they are not

instruments destruction and are awaiting orders to be- Miami City Commission.' Mrs. Athalie Range. The time has about to Join hands with the big o t s.Large numbers of whites

gin the political execution of President Lyndon B. Johnson. It come to reward her for an outstanding job, well done. I feel had to Join Negro minorities to put both Hatcher and Stokes

Is only necessary for one to keep his eyes on the daily pressto Tuesday's election is just a matter of carrying out the democratic across. That these white votes were forthcoming after so much
know the direction in which the
political winds are blowing.In principle. Campaigns by her opponents have been spirited controversy hate had been stirred up is a tribute to the
the south, as well as the north, the principal reason given but in vain. Her dedication has been so complete, the good sense, and ultimate decency of the American people.
for the Vietnam It should be however to the
war. plain even
thought of someone more dedicated seems impossible. If wa And while we are at it, let's not forget the South. Some local
most stupid among us, that the real reason behind the "getJohnson" fail to show a united effort in behalf of Mrs. Range, we will races were won by Negroes, and in many states and localities
movement Is his effort to raise the overall statusof
have literally, missed the boat. The Negroe's surge towarda there were Negro firsts. A Virginia doctor became the first
the Negro citizens of this nation. Thus the Vietnam will
war position of Identify will have been greatly sabotaged, but I Negro elected to the House of Delegates since 1891, while Mis
only be used as the curtain behind which the dirty work will
don't think this will be the case. Miami seems destined to con- sissippi now has 22 Negro office-holders, all,but one chosenin
be and
plotted out. -
oinue its image as the most progressive area of the state. The the last four months.
As one watches the moves of the political executioners, wih- ability of newcomers to pick up the beat is an established fact, It looks to me like democracy showed a lot of skeptics thatit
In and out the Democratic it will be
party interesting note
and our liberal attitude is a matter of record. With all these can work. It was truly a victory for America.
how many Negroes of will be sucked into
consequence aiding things in mind, I feel] Mrs. Range is giving us the opportunity
and abetting the heinous to
attempt politically execute the
to show the movement is total.We must show we have gained
greatest presidential benefactor the Negro has had since Abraham from those having made themselves available After
Lincoln.What Lincoln did in from Tuesday'selection
freeing Negroes slavery
I think we will all be able to pop a few chest-buttons
cost him in his life. SonclContribution Youa'
but will have to VOTE first.Merchants .
Certainly no loyal American citizen of sound mind is happyat
the cost of the Vietnam war inAmerican lives and dollars.

We think, however, there is more at stake than at first meets
the eye of the conflict In which this nation is now engaged, as 1' Lr'To TheUnited ,
is so plainly brought out in an article entitled "Vietnam The who advertise ; %

Charges And The Facts," appearing in the October issue of Fund

the Readers Digest.As in The Miami Times
far back as human history records men who have gone to are

the rescue or tried to befriend the downtrodden have usually
had to pay -- often with their lives. It wis so 2,000 years ago telling you they appreciate N AME . . . . .. . . . ,

when the Son of God came to this earth and declared for a truth

that "God is no respecter of person." The words bad hardly S TREET . . . .. . . .
fallen from His lips before the high priests and other holier doing business with

than thou gangsters set in motion machinery for His death and ';','

did not rest until they had crucified Him, under a phoney CITY.. . . . .. .. . . .
charge of blasphemy. It so happens, however, that since that you. They are courteous,
black and dirty deed the world has been unable to get rid of His'

name. GIFT. . .. . . .
dependable. Shop where
So the nation may witness in 1968, the political crucifixion I
of one of the greatest presidents the nation has ever had and

this fact will be attested to by the indestructable determination are appreciated! Mail to
of history to record it so. you UNITED FUND OF DADE COUNTYP.

The (Durham, N. C.) Carolina Times) 0. Box 790, Miami, Florida 33101



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I t",''',' r ServicesBy BY GARTH C. REEVES

By John A. Diaz VI Gwen Cherry
Center Attorney

WE MUST WIN WHITE FRIENDS TO WIN ELECTIONS There is a master plot,which,when boiled down, is designedto

The one bright light radiating hope, in an otherwise dark, make Negroes pay for Integration.One .
If examine the facts and In to last week's way to do this is to reduce the number of Negroes in the
you figures regard bleak and dismal world, in the eyes of the poor, is about to go
victories of Negro candidates in the elections,you must como out. The dream of a Great Society for all Americans to enjoyis school system, as principals, teachers and other personnel.Here .

to the conclusion that without a substantial number of white about to fade. The help that.wisso drastically needed to lift and there white principals are placed as principals i
friends the Negroes would have been defeated. where Negroes once! served. This is going to be done more
persons out of the poverty pits and break the Inevitable cycleis
The same principle will apply in next Tuesday's electionsin about to cease.The war on poverty is in grave peril as Con- and more until Negro principals are reduced to junior high and

Miami, where a Negro is a candidate for election to the City gress continues to delay any final action onthepoverty bill. elementary levels,and gradually weeded altogether except .

Commission. No civil rights activitist can be elected to any The announcement from our Executive Director that the program now and then one or two may pop up just before time for their I

important office in the United States today. would be out of business flancially,after Friday, Nov. retirement "
Let's take Cleveland, for instance: Had it not been for the 3 was a shocking surprise. Utter disbelief, astonishment and As the principals go, so will go the teachers, and little by

support that a large number of white people gave to Cal B, dismay may be adjectives to describe some of the reaction s little they will be reduced In number until only the exceptional

Stokes he could never have been elected mayor of Cleveland.Even The morale of the employees was shattered momentarily. Negro teacher will remain in service.
a 100 cent vote could not have brought about You say this can't happen because there is a shortage of
per Negro Very quickly, however, it was resumed. The EOPI employees
teachers. Give the various teacher-training colleges a few
ohat historic and significant victory.By keenly aware of the need for the program and the benefits derived -
and they will produce far more teachers than the various
the same token, M:s. Athalie Range would not have a therefrom, generously volunteered their services.These years
school will need. Then there will be a scramble for
chance of getting elected on Tuesday without the financial, mo- employees dedicated to their jobs, unanimously agreed to remain system

ral, and voting support of a large number of good white people, : on the job without pay. jobs.

who see in MRS. Range a worthy candidate who should be kepta Dade County Poverty Program Is the 12th largest programin Another way designed to make Negroes pay for integration Is
to place new high schools and vocational schools as far away
member of the City Commission. the nation. The number of employees on the staff totals 853.

Roy Wilkins, executive director of the NAACP, with whom The program, including aspects, has served 85,768 persons. from Negro neighborhoods as possible. For Negroes toreach
some do not because of his so-called slow" them, they must have transportation In time, If you don't watch ,
Negroes agree go This figure gives evidence of the vast and gigantic job being JI
out the Negro dropout rate will be extremely high which will ,
attitude, expressed a lot of wisdom when he wrote as followsin done by the program ,

the N, Y. Times, three years ago: Listed below are examples of some of the cases Legal Ser- greatly please the plotters.If {
and there stands the Incontrovertiblefact you watch the so-called surveys, which are the mainsprings -
basically, always, vices has helped:
that the Negro population, nationwide, is a 10 per cent CASE NO. 50 of the plotters, you will observe their plan to spendso
little in Negroareas but practically all of the funds whether -
minority economically and politically the race exerts far less ,
; A Cuban refugee had voluntarily placed his child with the
derived from bonds or other construction outlays;; in aliwbite
influence than even this 10 per cent figure would seem to war- Catholic Welfare Bureau until he could secure a job and pro-
areas or the suburbs where the whites are fleeing to escape -
rant. Negroes simply do not have the economic, political or vide her with a horn?. When he had successfully\ done each of

physical power to achieve their goals against an entrenchedand the foregoing he returned to the Bureau for his daughter, livlngjiear' Negroes.
.Somo ef you will declare to high heaven that the plotterscan't .
powerful 90 per cent majority. only to be refused the custody. The Bureau was adamant in its
achieve their goals. Why can't they?They control all the
To those who watched Stokes' campaign it was no surprisethat
position not to release the child stating that they were not
school boards which all the and teachers.
appoint principals
he had won the nomination I and then the election. The ,
satisfied that this would be for the best interest of the child.
These boards are backed by the power structure. Above all,
nominee for mayor put together Negro and white volunteers, Tne father was emotionally distraught,he did not know what to
these boards are dealing with a divided people both
who flocked to his support and forme-d an active biracial com among
do or where to turn. At this point the bureau would not permithim
mittee of workers in ten branch offices the the Negro teachers as well as amongthegeneral Negro population -
3,000 throughout
to see or talk with his daughter. He was directed to our
offices another channel. Our offices drafted writ of
city.These by legal If the Negro would slow down and halt this plot to take all
volunteers, black and white,distributed 60,000 bumper Habeas Corpus and went down with the father to have confer-
the good teaching jobs and locate all the new schools espec-
stickers, and passed out 60,000 doorknob notices. Stokes with the
ence Bureau. the Bureau realized the father had
ially the schools and vocational schools in far white
high away
accordingly refused to turn his campaign into a racist contest.That's legal counsel and we intended to pursue the proper legal chan-
the must firstcloseranksandstand side side
areas, Negro by
why the effect of the so-calledbacklash was not powerful nels to get the child they surrendered. The reunion of this father with his black brother.
enough to defeat him He demonstrated! that he had more and
daughter was a moving experience.
white friends than enemies. Then hold high his shield as he gets baptised in Black Pride.
The white backlash vote alone is still not enough to win (Tampa) Florida SentinelBulletinLETS
A most attractive Mrs. B. entered the office with a clippingthat
major elections in Northern cities. That was the conclusionthat
had appeared in one of the;dally papers. She wondered if I
political observers drew from the outcome of municipal
she would qualify for this service. Application was taken and
elections last Tuesday Boston, Cleveland,and Gary,wherea
investigation into her ability revealed she would.
Negro was elected mayor, and in B o s t o n,where a semi-
Mrs. B. had met and married a man about two years ago TALK
segregationist lost to a liberal candidate.
The marriage lasted a very short time., Mr. B. disappeared. ...
In Miami, next Tuesday, the consensus is that for the first '.
j In surprise then'was another legal Mrs. B. her husband had "
J.'m' ,in its ,history\ a Negro will be elected a member.of the POLITICS
never bother to divorce.'Subsequent to her own marriage Mr.
I City Commission.Tbis will be done only because the candidate, ,
B. had once again married in California. So far as our Mrs.B. i
Mrs. Range, has made a lot of white friends that are influential BY NORMAN E.JONES.
could ascertain Mr. B. presently had three (3)) wives..Our r
and made friends with number of that
a large are :
not apathetic in voting. Negroes Mrs. B. wanted her freedom and to be relieved of the harness Roy Wilkins, ,dictator of the NAACP, through which he exerts -

"choking" her as she puts it. She had talked with several attorneys his personal will on the affairs of Negro Americana, ,

The Irish, the Poles, the Italians, and the Jews have used bud did not have the money required. She had triedto through his false claim of being the spokesman for Negro affairs I Ii ,

the ballot effectively. But Negroes,said Gunner M/rdal, in his save the m o n e y and stated that each time it had to be expended in Americana, has so alienated the Negro masses, that

classic study of the American race problem,have not got out of for some worthwhile cause. Legal services was suc- the wave of civil disorders sweeping A mcrlcan cities is directed -

politics what other minorities have managed to get. cessful in obtaining an annulment and she was most grateful. against the "Absentee, alleged Negro leadership" as wellas

CASE NO. 162 absentee economic and political exploitation.The .
A PLAY WITH NO RACIAL BIAS "THE COURTESY NOT TOBLEED" Mr. and Mrs. Y both receive welfare benefits which repre- strength and prestige of the NAACP onevery level, local

sent their sole income Mr. Y's problem was an office had state, regional, and national is vested in the white daily

We were fortunate enough to see a stage play last Thursday, given him a citation for driving a motor vehicle without a valid press, weekly news magazines, radio, and television, rather

titled, "The Courtesy Not To Bleed," the author of which! evi- driver's license.'Earlier in the year he had had to surrenderhis than the masses in the Negro community

dently has no racial prejudice in his makeup.The license at the completion of safety school instruction which Through this continued and saturated exposure, they have

pby, now at the Arena Theatre, Forte Towers, Miami was mandatory to attend: he had hoped to take the driver's examination sold the idea to the white governmental, private philanthropic w

Beach, is a comedy about sexual involvement between a young and get said license restored, but had failed num- foundations structure that "they," the NAACP and such other 1,

white woman and a young Negro man.The thunderous applausethat erous times. It was most imperative that he drive because organizations and individuals as "they' personally approve "

the characters received after each act demonstrated how Mrs. Y. is a cancer patient and requires regular visits to the are the only "respectable, responsible leadership" group in

broad minded the capacity audience was. clinic for needed treatments.The expense of a taxi cab was unthinkable the Negro communities, nothing could be further from the !

The only important comment this writer can make on the Mr. Y felt if he just had a little more time, he might truth. \

play is that twenty or even ten years ago no one would have had pass the test and get a license. He came into the Legal Ser- This "fingering," of all Negro organizations and individuals,

the nerve to stage a play of this nature in the deep South. And vices offices and secured counsel. A presentation of his plight who are not under the unilateral dictatorial subservience to

if he had the temerity to stage one he would have faced a cross and circumstances to a considerate just Judge did give him the NAACP with character asslnation labels as "racists," 1

burning in bis front yard. time, time and time again, until finally Mr. Y succeeded in "hate-mongers," "militant," "b la c k power advocates," .

The play makes fun at the world that makes sex so difficult getting his permit.He expressed how lost he was until he found borders on "character sassinations. and criminal libel and the I

when it should be simple and natural. Legal Services. time is long past due when'the NAACP, its officers, board of

Ths stars of the play are: Ray Aranha, Negro, and Bobbie directors on national and local levels should be challenged in

Byers, the white young lady. We understand that Mr. AranhaIs court on civil and criminal charges to prove these allegations.The .

versatile, as his background includes writing,teaching, and I Phil OssoferWith I high-handed-dictorial, manner of the NAACP and its

directing, as well as acting. The actress, playing the part of ruthless punitive measures against all individuals and organi-

a young woman in love with Aranha, is a professional, having zations seeking solutions to the myriad problems besetting the
two elected I
performed in stock, radio, films, and television. Try and see and three Negroes tive, the first Negro to win a Negro masses and the Negro communities Is reminiscent of
Negro candidates
this play of interracial love; you will enjoy it immensely. mayor, nominated (in Duval county-wide election in Duval Stalin's OGPU, Hitler's Gastapo, Mussolini's Fascisti!,

Fisher is seriously hoping that his play will be a Broadway County since reconstructiondays. Franco's Phangists, with their tight control of the press and I';

hit. There are only three more days to see the play at the County and Jacksonville), lastweek's An Insurance man? Ex- brooking no criticism or even suggestions. '
elections revealed
Arena Theatre, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Don't miss it. enlightened attitude on the partof an cellent! He was elected according ;,

ORCHIDS AND BOUTONNAIRES the voters. Election of the ability, not color .
like that He defeateda
L"- I policy
It ; mayor of a major city;Cleve- Miami Times
white radio station executive -
land and the of an industrial -
b, Phun language 6530 NW 15th Avenue ,
r In Pun r
city, Gary, Indiana, .
fJ' ; marks: a milestone on the rugged that's enough to kilocycle Miami, Florida 33147 <.',5 : '

'tfl road to racial equality.I'm in fact it did killacycleof I : ''V'',... 11'Dear
F- "white only" election win- .
; sure their administrationswill Sir : ; v '"

speed up the cause of justice ners. ..

rbR especially since both win Now, let's talk about our upcoming Enclosed please find the sum of $--

t41 ners are attornies. One might election here in Ml-

say that they have passed the ,>ami. To shoot for continued to cover the cost.of n_____.subscription to

'representation on our city
i ioo. "_ A w segregation bar. the Miami Times.

MISS BYERS MR. ARRINGTON In Jacksonville, another attorney commission, we'll have to get
the With dead
defeated Range again.
a white
Mr. Ray Aranha, for his great performance In a comedy that service ow.ter. This, to diaper mo, is reckoning at the polls, let's Mail I Paper To.

is destined to be a Broadway hit. symbolic, revealing that we undertake the job of electing Address

Mss! Robbie Byers, for being as broad minded as she had are Outgrowing that infantile Athalie Range. With her business City State. Zip Cod
a role as a lover of a Negro on te stage. outs
to be to accept cause known as "whltesu- experience (plus
Mr. Henry Arrlngton,.for his civic-rotated interest in workJ ,'i matimHt' standing past, service on tie On; Ys. 5.QO ( )
premacy ,
,ing on the Special committee on Inter-governmental Relation. *tI Another :Jacksonville" vW'""citrc n); she realy'' nt t

and Metropolitan Dade County. the ,tasks
between the city digs grave
ner was an execu. ey.pNYM
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6 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, November 17, 1967 _

FROM WHERE I SITBY I Dr. Samuel Proctor/ 00 Dinner SpeakerMrs.

i'' BILL McBRIDE Louis Classer,president I to the National Director, the tional Laboratory Advisory
of Greater Miami Urban I Honorable Shriver, in Wash- Committee of the U. S. Office
League, has announced that ington. of Education.
AthaUe Rangl. Dr. Samuel D.Proctor will address In 1953 he made a study tour He holds the honorary degree
i'r the 1 e a gu e's ninth annual of Western Europe, the Near of Doctor of Humanities
:tlill She Be The Equal Opportunity Day East, India and Burma, and in from Still man College and
Dinner, at the Deauville Hotel 1958 a tour of Eastern Europe Doctor of Laws from the Uni-
1st or 16th ? November 18. "We have been and the Soviet Union. In 1962 versity of Rhode Island. in
VL.. angling for Dr. Proctor for he traveled in West Africa for 1964 he was awarded an Out-
several years, but previous the peace Corps and this year standing Alumnus Award at
From where I sit the greatest single action by any commission engagements have always pre be visited Israel as a Fellowof Boston University, and in 1966a
was the appointment of Mrs. M.Athalie Range to the com vented him from coming to Miami the Institute for Religiousand DistinguishedServlceAward
mission after she lost her bid for election by a mere 1400 ," says Mrs. Glasser. Y Social Studies. by New York University
votes because some 5000 apathetic Negroes stayed away from "This year we are indeed Dr. proctor is a member of Ticket sales indicate that the
the polls in the 1965 election. proud and fortunate in obtaining the trustee boards of National EOD dinner bids fair to be the
Since appointment, this remarkable woman, because of such a brilliant, dynamicand t Urban League, Crozer largest interracial gathering
I her unprecedented dedication and progressive record of real thought-provoking speaker Seminary, St. Paul's College; ever held in Greater Miami,
accomplishment for the good of all Miami, has become the ." and College placement Ser according to C. B. Potter who
most honored Miami City Commissioner in the 60 year history Dr. Proctor is the President DR. SAMUEL D. PROCTOR vices, Inc. He is also a member heads the arrangement com
of the Magi City Among her many highly cheerished honors of the Institute for Servicesto of the National Advisory mittee. An attendance of 1,000
are; Florida State Jay c e e s "state Good Government" Education, non-profit For fifteen years he pursued Health Man power Council of is expected.Dinner tickets are
Award, Dade Business and professional Women's Club "Wo- agency funded by the Carnegie his career In higher education, the Department of Health, $6.50 and can be obtained from
man of Achievement'Award, Florida State Association of Elks Corporation, government another beginning as teacher and dean Education an d Welfare, Na Greater Miami Urban League.
and Temples (IBTOE of America) "Award of Honor as First foundation sources to at Virginia Union University
Negro Commissioner," Greater Miami Urban League""Dis assist developing colleges and (1949-1955) and as President
tinguished,Service' in Behalf of Equal Opportunity," Florida universities and to expand (1955-1960). From 1960 to PROTECT YOUR FURNITURK
+ Memorial College Lam p Lighter" Award, Veterans of equal opportunity in higher 1964 he was president of North WITHOUT HIDING ITI BEAUTYI
Foreign Wars Post No.35559"Outstanding Efforts to Maintainthe education. His illustrious Carolina A & T College at t NO 4 4 CUSTOM MADE
American Way of Life" Award; and many others. career includes the authorshipof Greensboro.In PLASTIC FURNITURE
And now, come next Tuesday (city of Miami election day,) "The Young Negro In 1962-63, on a leave from COVERS
+ the ballot will carry her name over lever number 8-A in the America," which was published his college post, he served as SLIP
group 2 city commission race. She is putting her outstanding last year and received such Director of the Peace Corpsin .. HIAVYAiCual' '
record as a two fisted commissioner against two virtually unknowns acclaim. Nigeria and as Associate LON.IIIIITANT unlN.PI" .
: : Harvey H. Baker and Gerald Rothboard;and is asking Dr. Proctor Is analumnus: i I Director of the National Peace FULLY.UAIANTIID
i I'' the same people she has served so well for the opportunity to Virginia I Union University, Corps in Washington. In 1964 IIAIII1UU"-
serve again; not as an appointed commissioner,but as a commissioner Crozer Seminary, and Boston he joined the staff of the National _$MV AMA TNT '.l M
I elected by the people. University. He earned his doc Council of Churches as IIIATI71AL1ALYMINUN FIII UTlM"1I
I The question is:Will Mrs.Range become the first Dade torate in 1950 at the latter Institution Associate General Secretary (IlffllfVlrilMK SPECIALIZING
County Negro to be elected to political office or will she be in the field of ethics. for Public Affairs and in 1965 K All. riTIIMHouse vain N PLASTIC oCA of
the 16th Negro to taste the bitter pill of defeat This questioncan Other graduate studies were he was recalled to government EXCLUSIVELY SLIP COVERS L NIGHT
only be answered by you, the voters of Miami.To done in sociology at the University service as Director of the
say: "THANK YOU" to those who have rendered some of Pennsylvania and in Northeast Region for the Office ol Gretchen Wfltt
sort of service to you is good manners. All Miami certainly social ethics at Yale University of Economic Opportunityand
+ should consider themselves obligated to say "THANK YOU"to later as Special Assistant Formerly Gretchen-Nicholas Plastic Cover
Mrs. Range for a job well done; and should do so on Tues-
day by going to the polls in large numbers and pulling lever

,t, 8A.We have much to be thankful to Mrs. Range for; She fought

F for and steered to passage a tough new gun law which In the MIAMI t t
long run will make it safer for Miamtans to walk the streets
} and to operate their businesses without being robbed, pistol
whipped and shot; Had an ordinance passed that regulated; the, :
sale of model glues to minors.This, in the face of serious"glue,!
sniffing" incidents; personally devoted her vote to the,very I
best practices of tight control on zoning variances;'Steered topassage
an ordinance that called for close enforcement of theI I
banning of heaters that could lead tof i Ires',and a major ordinance '
requiring that landlords install heaters in rental units;,
Fought for a more stringent housing code,and a major tenant- HELD OVER!
landlord program to equally protect the rights of both; She has tk
long been a leader in the fight for an effective slum clearance 4

program.From where I sit, for these and many other meaningful con- Record Breaking Week
tributions toward the betterment of Miami and all its citizens, _
we as recipients of the fruits of her labor certainly owe hera '
vote of thanks. n41 '
By the mere fact that her opponents are unknowns, and this ;.,
is not a hotly contested race causes this writer grave concern, '
and there are many who are saying and believing: "Mrs. Range ;: "f Into the wild world of today's turned-
has it made. She'll win by a landslide." Certainly, based on
her record, she deserves to win
by a landslide. But, we don't
always get what we deserve. There is real danger in this typeof on-teens..whirling legs, ready fists pound-
talk, as It tends to make many voters feel that their votes ,
are not needed. Nothing could be so far removed from the ing and tensions..comes
truth. Let us not forget that Mrs. Range lost in her first bid tempos new
by only 1400 votes because over 5000 Negroes chose to con- '
tinue to wallow In a sickening sea of apathy Instead of going to teacher-strong and hip enough to
the polls. It would indeed be a bad day for Miami if'we let this

happen again.It demand that KEl
they B cool it..and
is my firm belief that the City of Miami is much the better
because the late Robert King High and his associates had the
guts to appoint Athalie Range to the Miami City Commission.We call him "Sir!" r..
don't need guts to shake the chains of apathy and say "
"THANK YOU" to this remarkable mite ota woman by giving ." ..
her the largest margin of victory ever amassed by a Miami f'"

commissioner .',. ff' '
Miami Is our baby and needs the continued nourishment of Ma
Athalie Range. Won't you and yours join me and mine in say a.
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-Clara Whipple, Miss Junior Attendant to "J iss FAMU," senior elementary education major, was elected "Miss gan, elementary education major, was elected Miss Junior" \I
will be a member o'tthe Queen's Court when the Florida A&M Senior" recently at Florida AilrfUniversity, Tallahassee. A Miss Hagan is the daughter of Mrs.Dorothy Hagan of 985 Hay 1
University Rattlers meet the Texas Southern University Tigersin native of Milwaukee,Wise. Street in Monticello. FAMU staff photo by Ernest Fillyau.Allapaliah .
Tampa,Stadium on November 25 and when the Rattlers playin J
the Orange Bowl In Miami on December 2. The games are '
the Tampa Classic and Orange Blossom Classic respectively. Residents School Board .I
Miss Whipple is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Whippleof Compromise
1477 Grot he Street,Jacksonville music major.

MEMBER OF FAMU QUEEN'S COURT.-Renda J.McKee, After holding three sites for eliminated some of the most were originally purchased houses before It offers the
mathematics maorA&MjMiss) : Sophomore Attendant "Miss about a year, the Dade School desirable, single family dwelling would cause the loss sites for sale and would raze
FAW," Miss McKee lists Cornelius Burns of 2205 Content- Board will probably sell two areas that, exist for Ne- The board has not taken official the houses on the remainingsite 1
ment Avenue, West Palm Beach, as her guardian. Allapattah area school sites at groes in the area. action on the proposal, to avoid a rundown appearance
a loss of $15,000 to $20,000, Future school needs still but said it would restore the in the neighborhood.
officials said. remain uncertain, but the ma- .
who was elected "Miss ROTC" for the academic 1967-
year committee. of school officials jority of the committee
Miss Page, a senior mathematics major, is the daughter of
and Allapattah com- recommended selling the two
Mrs. Arizona Page of 1925 Ivy Land, Orlando.
munity leaders suggested the sites and keeping one.
GEORGIA COED QUEEN AT FAMU.-Glenda L. Taylor, sale of two of the sites. A street separates each site Join Our Reporting Staff.
freshman major In sociology, was elected"Miss Freshmin" The board would retain the from a one acrepark. The
2. Miss Taylor is the daughter of Mr.and Mrs. John L, Taylorof site at NW 12th Avenue and original plan was to close the Let us know what your Clubor i
246 Holly Rd., NW, Atlanta. 45th Street and sell sites at streets and make the park a Organization is Doing.
NW 11th Avenue and 48th St. schoolyard.The .
WOOLWORTH'SThanksgiving and NW 8th Ave. and 48th St. school board paid$44- [ WE WELCOME NEWS...
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Schools" in the area for four site and $52,000 for the NW 8th
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Bethel Renolds Is back In her old stamping ground for a visit t BY PRISCILLA REDDING

with her family and to renew old acquaintances. e -
t Frances Henderson has returned from another of her biweekly Mrs. Augustus Oliver (Helen) was one among many parents

I Jaunts to Charlotte,N.C., to see about her ailing Mom. ; ; who attended an appreciation dinner at Rollins College at Win-
The trip this time was coupled with the unveiling of the Mary rA\L\L ter Park, Florida, on October 31, given in honor of the Presi-
Beth une statue in D.C. Frances works out of the EOprs dent, McKean.
TACOLOCY (The Advisory Council On Liberty. City Youth)office I Mrs. Oliver's daughter Lewanzer is a sophmore at Rollins.i .

NW jth Avenue. sib "cs ,;;i She is majoring in Pre Med Biology.Before dinner the parents
Richmond Heights Women's Club will hold its annual book | had an informal discussion with the President.
review and tea Nov. 19, at 4 p.m. at Palmetto Country Club,
I After dinner President McKean gave a run on the expenses
9300 Coral Reef Drive. Claude BroW'.t's"Manchlldinthe Pro-
?+ a I of the college.
mised Land" will be reviewed by Mrs. CharlesIda) Ratcliff. I and progress
Mrs. Ophelia Hayes has returnedtoher home, 1617 NW 67th The highlights i of the evening was entertainment by the

,Street after a most delightful two mouths In Atlanta visiting Rollins Singers.

relatives and friends. : Remember, every third Sunday is"La W'ol of the month time."
Sigma Alpha Chapter Omega psi Phi Fraternity stages its The Judges will be out selecting the best kept lawn for the

Harvest Ball Friday, November 24, at Bayfront Park's Audi- month of November, in area no. 1(Lincoln Blvd. to 117th Ave.)

torium, Caribbean Room. Benefit Scholarship Fund. The community has been divided into three areas for Judging.
Friends of Mrs. Daisey Benson are speeding"get-well
Areas number 2 begins on Lincoln Blvd. Buchanan Street
wishes" to her at St. Francis wishes to
Hospital. Get well *,
to 102
and area number 3 from Buchanan Avenue.
Robert Jackson who suffered a heart attack is recuperatingat
Veteran's Hospital. Mrs. Eva Hutchinson after surgery at Lawn and srub cuttings should be kept in a container and
\Jackson. Magnolia Chappel at Jackson. Mrs.Scover Carter and covered since the Waste Department does not collect them un-
Thelma Carter at home. til the last week in the month.

The parents and staff of the soon to be Neighborhood Educational Keep your surroundings clean!

Cultural Centerette are busy organizing its Commu- Mrs. Walker (Doris) chairman and Mrs. Flowers, cochairman -
ity Council. Parents are urged to attend the meetings. The Tuskegee"andattendants lead homecoming activities
invitation to all to and spend a pleasant
extends an coma
u The lovely Miss Shirley Anderson and her attendants
pose of the council to foster total involvement of parentsIn radiate -
and with the members of the Richmond
evening enjoy HeightsWomen's
with Joy as they proudly represent Tuskegee Institute
the total school program. Erwin B. Marshal Is Project Man-
Club their annual Book and Harvest Tea.
ager. Mrs. Fletcher Paschal, Assistant Principal. The Cen during the school's Homecoming activities. Miss Anderson's
I terette will be located between 67th and 66th street and 8th gown is an original design by her. The charming lady is from This event is being held Nov. 19, at the Palmetto Country
avenue. Montgomery, Alabama and is a Senior Sociology major in the Club (9300 Coral Reef Drive.)

The United Fund serves the entire community. an entire College of Arts and Sciences. Her attendants are left Gloria
On next Sunday, Nov. 19, the Martin Memorial A ME Church
spectrum of people of all ages and economic and social levels. Williams from Indianapolis, Ind., and right,Cynthia Evans family will celebrate their 15th annual Women's Day program.Won't .
from Mobile, Alabama. Both are Seniors in the School of Edu-
There are many persons who have not contributed to this
you come out and worship with them so that this occasion
year's campaign. It's not too late G I v e a little to help the cation. will be a memorable one.
forty-three agencies that depend on this community effort.Helpus
to meet our goal. See the coupon in this issue to send in PRE-THANKSGIVING BARN DANCEDo On Friday evening at 8:00 p.m. the members of the Second
your contribution. Baptist Church will have their 2nd Annual Banquet.The banquetwill
Tenthousand South Florida BoyScouts will stage their first you have anything plan- many others. Tickets are on be held at the Everglades Hotel. Come out and have an
"all-boy" scout circus Nov. 17 and 18 at Miami Beach Convention ned for the night before sale at the Harlem Gardensand enjoyable evening, one that we promise you'll never forget.
Hall. Tickets may be purchased for 100. Thansgiving (Wednesday, Nov. Valets Barber Shop, both
22nd)? Ifnot, why not attend are ,on Rutland Street and NW Within the community of Richmond Heights We have two
Here for the funeral William Bethel are Mrs. Olga Dlllett the Opa-lpcka( Civic Club's 22nd.Avenue, Opa-locka. You persons on our sick list who are asking your prayers:
and Mr. and Mrs. Felix(Iris) Knowles of Miami.
Pre-Thanksgiving :Barn! may: ;reserve tables by calling Mrs. Charlie Harper(Bobbie) 15030 Monroe Street and Little
Dance. The ,dance will be held 635-1995 or i688-9161ad- Miss Andrea Sweeting ((14825 Robinson St
Dear friends, please remember to call your news in to me ).
at the Harlem Gardens Night vance tickets are $1.25and
by noon on Monday. If it's news we would like to share it with The Library
Club in Opa-locka, featuringW tickets at the door will cost Helpers Club went on a trip to the Coconut
others. Telephone 691-5978. C. Baker and his band and 150. Grove Public Ltrary to see Rumperstilskin. We are sure this
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: The Actions of men are like was an'event that each and everyone participated enjoyed.:
the index of a book; they point out what Is most remarkable in
them. v- ANNOUNCEMENT RAINBOW- SOCIA\-\ The,Librarian at,.Frank C, MartinElem,, MrsAlma Crawford
'!\o.'" 1, .. -lfelne'.t t"' v > "' ria'r $rTne Jj f.UR. SUNDAY'! ,wish to t thankall the parents: letstudents:, buy books
SO progressive uur ing the,book fair..fry they read,,and.enjoy every bit of
. FASHION SHOW AND COCA COLA SHIP Cbairty Club is presenting a The Rainbow .Social Civic their reading.
The daughter Elks of Greater musical Club wish to Invite you to their
dressed woman. The entire affair program, Saturday,
Miami Temple No. 769 cor- willbe one of enjoyment. Nov. 25th, at 8:00 p.m. at the Second Annual Rainbow Social '
dially Invite the entire public Proceeds will be donated to a Longshoreman Hall 816 NW 2 Hour, Sunday, Nov. 19,at 4150 :: m .

to a t ten d their fashion show worthy cause.A Ave. The proceeds will go to NW 7th Avenue, from4-6 p.m. rm
and Coca Cola Sip, Sunday, musical program has been the needed families for There will be loads of enter- FASHIONSBy
Nov. 26, from 6 to 9 pm' at arranged and the donation is Christmas.The tainment for your enjoyment.We .

the Police Benevolent Hall, only $2.00. You may purchaseyour have a splendid program By
club is presenting Bro- planned and refreshments to
4343 NW 17th Ave. ticket from any memberof ; WHITE
The latest in fashions worn the Temple. ther Joe May, The BrooklynAll your delight. There will also e'4 s

by women will be modeled and Mrs. Marion Muldron is the Stars and The Consolersof be a very nice door prize.Why t:::::::::::::::;:;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.; ...\
ca display by Patricia's Inc. Daughter ruler, and Daughter Miami. Asking everybody to not come? We promise you a
They are fashions of distinc- Sarah Smalley is general bring a can good or a pound pleasant evening. TEN STEPS IN "MAKE-DOWN" TO DOUBLE YOUR NATURAL
tion which appeal to the well chairman. food for boxes for the needed Mrs. Jessie Smith, press LOVELINESS
families. dent and Mrs. B. Hudnell is "Make-Dowu"
means the use of cosmetics with eliminating

"Social Center of the South Advance admission $1.75 at reporter. a t a s t e 1 e s s made-up look.The secret of obtaining from cos-
the door $2.00 children under metics their almost supernatural power to enhance Is to choose

12 years 100.Tickets on sale CARD OF THANKSI those that are Individually suited to your coloring and skin
Nl/pM ro l ',C / at usual place for further Information type; then to apply them so artfully that no. one can tell you use
call Sister Pugh wish to express my appre- artificial aids.

693-4554 or Elder Collier ciationto my friends for kindness In order for foundation, powder, lipstick and rouge to seema
UThilil r w+W+Y., 691-1344. rendered to mo duringmy part of your beauty rather than to look harshly superimposed -

Celebrate short stay in the hospital, they all must be chosen according to these color specifi
ThanksgivingDine Sister A. Pugh, is president and convalesence at b 0 m e. cations.

at the Hampton House Restaurant and Elder J. Collier, vice president May God bless all of you. 1. Each must contain a trace of the same underlying tone in
Sister Trotter, program your skin. Even on a florid skin, you cannot apply an alabaster
enjoy a traditional "Southern Thanksgiving committee and Sister Collier, Eva Grant base that bears no trace of pink and expect to achieve a be-
Feast." secretary. long-to-each-other finish.

VFW TEA 2. For maximum enhancement, your foundation should be

MENU PATIO COFFEE SIP The ladies Auxiliary of the tinted to a shade that is neither darker nor lighter than your

Fresh Tropical Fruit Salad, Granedine VFW Post No. 5693 are having skin and it must match the intensity of your skin. For example,

Tossed Chef's Salad, Thousand Isle Dressing Northwestern Republic Club their Annual Tea,at the YWCA a pale foundation would not make a dark skin appear fair, but
5100 21 sickly. On a fair skin, a dark base is a .
Roast V.rmont'Turhy, Cornbread Stuffing will meet on Sunday, Nov. 19, NW Ave., at 4OOp.m. masquerade.For
The public is invited. counteracting sallowness, or for a deeper glow, pink
Giblet 3:00 p.m., at 3166 NW 53rd
Gravy Cranberry SauceButtered
St. Democratic and Republicans Gloria Evans, is president, should be added to the basically correct shade. To play down
Greens Candied Sweet PotatoesAss't will speak with candidates and Allie Washington, is sec ruddiness, a heavy concentration ofcreamVbe1geplgmentsisneeded.
Hot Dinner Rolls and Butter retary. .
running for City Com-
Choice of Apple, Pumpkin or Mince Meat Pies mission, and Mayor's race.See 3. Your powder should match your foundation.Or if you desire -

Coffee or Tea you there. Mohawk Airlines was the greater translucence,. you may use a shade that Is in

Price: $2.50. Children under 10 yrs. old half price Ted Plessy, president first to hire a Negro hostess, the same color family but one to two degrees lighter.
Rouge and
Carol Taylor. lipstick must match.
Dinners served from 2 p. m. to 9 p. m.

S Who Is the Most Popular?

DON'T MISS KING & QUEENCONTEST 1. Clean face and neck

ST. AGNESEPISCOPAL 3.2. Re-Fresh Moisturize, using astringeant or fresher- ,

CHURCH'S Sponsored by the B.T.U. of
..: .. --. Mt. Olivetti Baptist Church 4. Base

Offers For Your Enjoyment ANNUAL 1450 NW Ut Court 5. Blend color ,

CALENDAR TEA Wednesday Nov. 29, 1967 a. Liquid make-up I
8:00 P.M. b. Correctives-darken, over eyes-lighter/under'eyes
., Fri., Sat., & Sun. EveningsNo Sunday, Nov. 26, 1967 .DonotioniAdults 6. Shadow eyes (blend) '
50* Children 7. Liners ( ,
+ Admfislop -N.Cover No Minimum 25* eyes)
American Expr..* Cords Honor.d at 4:3 0p.m. f Deacon J,. Gibson,.director. 8. Brows ; ,-
t j Mr. C. Davis, pro., Rev. .9. .R mge.cheeks.and. cheek
: mouth smile on
s4200NW 27th Avenue 633-0611 jF .I. C'Mickins, pastor (NiP) 10. _foiLhighpolnt
Apply powder .
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cutive secretary of the Florida State Teachers -
', Association (now special assistant to
the deputy superintendent) Dr Gilbert L. I I. I

Porter, has been awarded a life membershipin Thedford. I, 1 : .," ;.,.. -ilr:,
the Florida Education Association. .. J' ,\i'Lincoln\ :, ,\,; t '.
Anna E. Mays writes in from Washingtonwhere ,.'. ., ", v.
she's busy with nursing. The former Honored ., 4.1./2 O..
Miamian, who may be remembered as .7 .

St. John +
sights aimed at a hometown visit around ,,'
Yuletide Florida A & M Rattlers face ,;
Grambling (Louisiana Tigers in Orange Bowl a':. '
nual Orange Blossom Classic game of Miami .. .'i ,: ",.{
Thedford Johnson
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Lest We Forget! ,
beauty contest winners and Booker T. of St.John's Bap
coeds Anna Bell McCullough and Ossie Mae 1328 NW Third

in first and second) have since passed. It honored by his con- ,
Slater, former baseball great and fight and the City of Mi-
them their break during one of his Dorsey 16 years of dedication t

tests many years ago Add November leadership, loyalty '
Williams 17 Tommy Pittnwn 28. .r ]
Vice Mayor, IrwinG.

SALT WATER TAFFEY: Brothers William presented the Rev.
,nut Grove, Jesse Bethel of Philadelphia and with a Key Pla-
Bethel, Nassau mortician, passed. Jesse the Miami City Com
moted to death in plane at Long Island, ; on Nov 13, at a ban-

in Coconut Grove Wednesday night, plaque church.from He the also Wil-re- is YOUR Bank. Use Iff i
sympathetic salutes to Ruth Smith, Gladys
Evelyn, Dorothy and Jeanette Heild whose Club of St. i

Heild passed Sunday,ayem November 12
brain. plaques were given

and service of his spiritual his LINCOLN NATIONAL BANKOF
THE WEEK'S WASH: State school dispute to
Margie Harrod down from New York City on service on many MIAMI
Dorsey Junior high school prof Johnnan( ,relating to better [1- ]
living and,good First fully Integrated bank In the entire Southeast .
Christian Memorial with pneumonia. .
and his be ing'a right here in the Edison Financial Center
Theda Christian off to Merry Manhattan
the promotion of bro- 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue e Pk.n. 759-4431
side of brother
Sybil's Wilton Dames, who
November 9 Delores Bethel-Reynolds among the people of

on family visit Charley Lowe in
Mr. Johnson i

THE GUTTER GAZETTE:That y o u t h f u l as secretary' of
driving a' late-model bucket-'seated flasher,Tuesday'd'( Mis$}t9ns of ute,Flori-
lost control of his'chariot and rammed into a ( Convention, chair-
Ministerial Voters'
were parked) along 22nd avenue and 163rd
and First Vice presi-
day afternoon. His first utterings (a request j
the Council of
eyed mob of onlookers (after they
of which he is the
wreckage ) were: please get my mother
wrecked auto looked like grilled pancake member.
Shirley is em-
lasses. The two parked cars
the Head Start Pro-
ed during a Jam session. Too much speed
all. the EOPI at Dunbar
School. They have
i 1 d n Mrs.Hattie
r e : ,
STUFF ANDSUCH: Washington's S ( ,r yyJ
New York and Thed-
sec'y) sister Sarah Butler ill at home in ,
,and of
Willis Murray's mother Mrs Marie George
tian Memorial with sprained right knee

Knowles' daughter Gilds, 15 today (Nov. 16) ( TI
Wars left on return Jaunt home to Dee Cee Tu
Portia Bannister "gassing up" her
at 54th and 11th Dunbar elementary MISS
Grace S wee tin C's 60th street castle done*
black and white .Leonard(Abaco)
Elizabeth's Zebra Lounge as daytime CHURCH'SANNUAL

grade teacher Colin Walton, appointed field
south and southwest districts. Walton Nov. 26, 1967,

patrolman-booking Tornillo Jr appointment officer-bailiff-captain's October 30... at 4:30 p.m. SEAFOOD CENTER

enjoying his 2/3 disability retirement. .
Powell's ex-mate: Hazel Scott lost 51 pounds '

Valerie. B. Kemp from the lower 40's 5759 NW 27th Ave.

street. I II I of Service Responsible-to

MIAMI MUSINGS: Mrs. Katie Heastie back Community
ing over her month's vacation that ext end or Building 6354794It's
Canada. Stopovers in Detroit to visit with
and family;Washington,D C.to visit with
terson and family;and to welcome son Carl and AU STANLEYPL
came dowa to Dee Cee from New York City for
I have nothing shortf regret for having missed (1-3604
ior high's coronation of Miss North Dade and Beautiful Homes' a great pleasure to serve you.
White on November 9 in the school's audit. Built on Your
: Lot or OursAttractiv
At I.
CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Luna Park e 1 e teratlons and Come to see me.
custodian Roland Bullock and his fraulein Additions
elementary, are prEparing for the arrival ( ) Let us Demolish
Stork Ruth N. Polite adding on to her Your Worn Out
Edward(Gat) Mapp, one of BTW' Hout a Lovely and Build New You will get Quality Merchandise,
ing no chances while super marketing with his Horn
outside in his sports sedan while the mi: d a
for Facts About
wares,slides through the turnstiles solo,and and Service With Smile.
choice of goodies.Clever fella...That's it Financing Always a
one-man-newspaper, who knows everybody
racket, but who keeps wondering who will BUILDERS,
able bachelor that Nathan ,B. Young shapely Inc. LeonTHE
City divorcee?
E,, 79th Stre,,,
Don't Forget To Vote ami,. Florid ,

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have a lot of fun with other golfers from all over the country. Sure sez I, How could I forget a rich man who is a world
Some of these fellows who call themselveepros; should go play traveler going places,,like the West Indies, California, New
with Arnold Palmer, Charlie Sifford, Gart D1ayer,Lied Elder, York, Philadelphia, petroit,and other parts of tte world? Man,
Jacktficklaus,and Pete Brown where they can really make 'u I had your money,I would throw my hand in.1 It was so good
some money it they are as good as they think they we or to see him, and be.really looks good McBride? He. is still
e take an alternative and create a golf tournament just for Pros. there.and:J has taken over as Advertising Manager, and doing
The reason I feel this way is because I am tired of seeing the a great job as usual par 'Birdie club President, Ernest
Y amateurs pushed around and put In second place just because Hayes, came up with the idea of the club members travelingto
some guy that plays for money thinks he la better than the little Port St.Lucle for their annual tournament in April, and tak-
A l amateur. And not only that, he is demanding that the Com ing their wives along for fun and s u n.The members voted
uJ" BY DAVE BONDU mittee raise the purse, let them help run the tournament and unanimously for it. They will stay at theCountrYClub Villas,
a few other requirements on their parts If they do not like the and while the husbands are on the golf course, the wives will
way the tournament is run or'the amount of money that is put ,Swim, horseback-ride, shop and play games and the; will get
I remomber some years ago, reading the classified ads in in togetherat night for dinner and dancing of
the purse, they should Mi come. I will get a lot of static t. Speaking golf, )
the newspaper saying "wanted" man or woman "Colored" to from a lot of people when this is read and passed around, but yours truly will play in the Jimmy Burns Scholarship Fund Golf \
do such and such. Then the word Colored was replaced with I tie about and 3 la invitational
care less. I am always and,always will concerned Tournament on Dec. 2 atLeJeuneCourse.This an
"an equal opportunity employer' which rams "wo employ the "little guy" who saves his money from year to year, and affair, and is.for ft very worthy cause Our
colored too." No matter how you read it,a lot of jobs are still makes his vacation time coincide with the tournament for fun granddaughter Daphne, was out of the hospital just in time to
segregated. II you don't see Equal Opportunity Emflloyer.'taint and relaxation 1 n sunny Miami. It is this guy who makes: the help sister, Taml. celebrate tier 6th birthday Sunday Grandmaand
no need to apply I'd Just as soon have someone call me tournament ..and t is this guy who will out-number the prs: Grandpa gave her a "happy Birthday Party,"for fourteenof r
"colored" as to call mo "equal opportunity! How about you? in attendance 5 to 1. her little friends. Michael and Maurlca Pratt, Michelle and
We are getting calls from all over the country concerningthe Paul Marks, MarCia and Noel Bryant,Joseph and Martha John-
North-South Tournament,already, I have been informed PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK Hortense Hutcheson son, were among those present. How about one of "our' '
that it willbeheldat Miami Springs Country Club from Feb. '.candidates in the coming election asking for an endorsementfrom
13 17 So many people are setting their vacations now for PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK Charlie, Guyton ", Adam Clayton Powell ? ? ? Seems to mo if a man has I
that timii. Rumors are flying that the tournament will be for done anything in his own community,.he would not have to ask
amateurs only, which means the possibility of dropping the pro VIP OF THE WEEK: Porter Norris (Pan American Airwags .for "outside' help .. the local Negro"leaders" would endorse
division. if that is the case,r mall for it. The Pros that come Executive) him. Need I say more'? ? ? Mrs Anna Edwards birth-
to the North-South really do not add to the tourney, as such, day was October 18. I mentioned it a couple of weeks before
yet many' of them demand much. I am in hopes that the Committee QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: As I stepped Into The Miami that, because I knew it was: time Then I missed it. A belated
will realize that it Is the"hackers' and the "Duffers'that Times office,I ran into our new City Editor, John A. Diaz. Be- Happy Birthday to Mama Edwards ,' .Mrs. Mtyme Williams
make this tournament, and they come to enjoy Miami and fore he could say hello...he sez "you don't remember me." missed the trip to Washington for the National Meeting of the
Congress of Negro women. She had the flu, and her mother
Mrs. Maymn Tarleton is recuperating at home after a minor
Illness. We hope that both of them are much better now .
Rev. Thedford Johnson was: honored all last weekby his congregation -
and on Monday night by his city, too, for 16 yearsof
dedicated religious and civic leadership. .. He received a
i Key Plaque from our City Commissioners.Our congratulationsto
Rev. Johnson. .Bill Stirrup set the requests for floats in
.. F bM Av r.R.9b, the Orange Blossom Classic are coming in slowly.Better get
,t < 1 moving if you plan to have one in the,parade, Dec. 2. Florida
J:4y A&M and Grambling make for a good game, and kick-off is
8:00 p.m. ?When Miyme was writing the column, she asked


sted in helping this young man see his favorite team la ac-

y ; } + M"IB'Llsa" and his Romper Stampers The

Brown Bomber,,and E, Lois Foreman will be
brought,: back by popular demand on Saturday,
,Dec 2, when Clyde Killers presents the Or-
Y ange Blosstim Classic Dance at the Knight
Beat. Everybody in town and from out-of-
4 town will be there.,.Speaking of birthdays;
Dave and Mable Marks last week; our Godson
4 Kevin Marshall the 16th, Marvin Mingle the
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? 18th, Willie Templeon the 25th"andJeU
;444t $9 s x Adams,on the 20th. Sadie and Willie Templeare -
celebrating their 25th Wedding Anniversary Bri the 22nd.
Congratulations to all 'of you Did you see the picture
"Tony Rome?" It was: a very good picture, with the beautiful
setting of Miami Miami Beach,but it was really strange:that \
there were only three Negroes anywhere in the whole picture,
and two of thoses were Just flash-bys." Don't any Negroes
llvein Miami and Mlam1 Beach acc or ding tothe Movie Producers -
and TV Advertising men ? ? ? Negroes in Miami are as
much or more a part of the life here than in a lot of places I
could name, including some larger cities and up nawthl. .
That Is It for another week. Till the next one, LIVE LIFE
ill, "PEACE.

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the ticket to a new world of discovery and OHEWAY ONE WAY I 1
New York $40.40 Columbia $19.05
of discovering I
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Philadelphia $36.55 SGvannah $14.55 .
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sounds and scenery. No wonder Greyhound Chicago $42.90 Jacksonville $10.05 : NW 58 St. at.7 Ave. ;

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1.A bill that deleted any racial discrimination from all Florida Statues.
2. A bill for the rights action by employees.This deals with rights of employees to Washer Range
after a 10-day period has expired. So that no mans' pay can be with
held 10 days beyond his period period.
3. A small loan which would force disclosure by all lenders of the full amount of
interest and other charges. $159 X1891N11
4. A consumer protection billfor a comprehensive protection for every phase of con.
sumer buying. >
5. A bill for the creation of an Urban Affairs Department to take care of many urban No Ti,
problems in which the state had been very lax.

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Paid for by citizens for Ferre Store Mgr.

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MIAMI TIMES Friday, November 17, 1967

Seek R.IIISof- Dad oft SEX IN PRISON IS Future Of Poverty Program Dim I
I' SEPIA FEATURESex Continued Pepper's wire, our power to get another continuing -

: 7 Dead Tots '... in prison goes for be- (Continued from page 1)IntheDayCare ) "If we can not get through a resolution which will
within the two support the continuation
yond the mere homosexual ac- program; new program of the
a ,(Continued from page J 1) neighbor, Charles Lee Smith, tivitY'which one ordinarily there was a loan of $20,000. weeks period, you maybe sure program until. new legislationIs
dent of the NAACP in a request and Mrs. King Smith is heldas suspects taking place in from radio station WKAT for that we shall do everything in enacted
to State Insurance Com a material witness. launch-
Jail. legal services;and the tJ
missioner Broward Williams. County Sheriff Cline has In Mississippi mile ing of the$500,000 drive by local A t
The white attorney for Rich given as motive for the murder prisoners are allowed to have industry, asked by Commissioner
ardson in his petition allegedthat sexual relations with their S
a indemnity insur-
Sheriff Cline and Desoto ance policies in which there wives periodically in a unique But all these aids were only S' A .A,.
County Judge Gordon Hays "motel arrangement. of
would have been the collectionof type" for temporary maintenance
prejudiced the Jury empanel $14,000. In Missouri, two: prisoners the sagging poverty program,
ed in the case and "that con sexually assaulted another which if killed would be what i
fidential and privileged information Richardson, a citrus man behind,bars, then murdered one observer predicted, "the
was given to the news worker, claims innocence.Also him. effect would shatter Negro belief ::5
media by DeSoto County offic- coming to his defense In New York, a woman beg- inthewhite man's promises
;F, ials." NAACP field secretary ged for five years in prison to help the Negrds lot.In ."
y Meanwhile in Arcadia one Marvin Davis who has called rather than one year in another a telegram to Commissioner J GA
Bessie Reese King who was for an investigation of the Jail where she knew she wouldbe Ferre, Congressman
supposed to be an important case, because of the bad pub sexually molested. Pepper praised him for his endeavors
"' witness In the case,was Jailedon licity given it by the Sheriff, December Sepia presents a in going to Washington A f!.{1 1r
/ what Sheriff Cline described he claims. Said Davis,uRich. shocking picture of what really to keep the program going.
as a"parole violation."She ardson could not get a fair trial goes on behind prison walls. Pepper said in his wire.Your S
is said by police to be on parole anywhere in Florida"He add Also included is a penetrating coming to Washington with i
in the slaying of a for- ed that Richardson has already study of the role of the Negro your collegues on the commission .
mer husband. been tried,and found guilty woman in the home. After and presenting the tragic
Her arrest has brought the without a trial, partly because looking at the situation from consequences to so many people -
number of persons in county he said, of statements all angles, weighing the arguments in the greater Miami area l
Jail in connection with the case made by Sheriff. Cline and pro and con, an answeris from the exhaustion of fundsto
to four,n a m e 1 y, .James J. County Judge Gordon Hays, given to the controversial continue the poverty pro- :i
Richardson, his wife Mae, a who acted as cor orner. question; Do Negro women
made deep impressionand
gram a Everybody ,had a good time at the Range kickoff rally last
rule the roost? was helpful to us in getting Wednesday night at Firemen's:Hall.Above Emily Sharpee holdsa
through a continuing resolution birthday cake presented Mrs.Range by Earl Bussey of Earl's
. S T for two weeks taking care Market. That's Milton "Butterball"Smith with the mike,while
,of the payroll on November 9 to the left of Mrs.Range,is Singer Joan Storr who entertainedthe
and expense needs of the program guests, and Mrs. Range's youngest son,Gary.-photo by
The MinisterialLaymenVoters for the two weeks period. Manny DeCastro.

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Business-Industrial 1 .
I Workshop v.

Meeting PlannedThe

B a s i ne s s- Industrial and the Dade County Community -
Workshop will hold a one-day Relations Board,
meeting on Dec. 1 at the Pan- representatives from the
Air Recreation Center, 4677 above named groups and
NW 9th Street others will be participating at
The purpose of the meeting the session which! will be held
istodeterm'ne t employers' from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
specific problems in obtaining Lunch during coffee break
qualified personnel, and to will cost $3.50.
comm'znicate to them the local For further Information .
resources that are avail write Dorothy Edwards,
able-specifically through the registrar, EEO Task Force
Florida I State Employment Conference Comn: ',ttee, p. 0.
Service and Dade County Pub Box 3294; or call Bruno Stein,

lic Schools, Vocational,Tech- promotion chairman, 635- L \ Sr's.
nical and Adult Education. 0811, or Frank Cannon, exe- : Ii ..
Along with EEO'Task Force cutive director, 377-5345.

Bahamas Gets New .. _-\


Fast HousingTne

new government of the houses can now be erected in
Bahamas' Is responsible for a three weeks. Part of the large crowd that attended the Minister Thedford Johnson and Rev. P. W. Williams, monies
new housing system that will Laymen Voter Registration Banquet last Thursday nightin raised from the affair will be used to further voterregis-
make it possible for low income The government wUl guaran- Johnson Hall of St. John Insltutional Baptist Church, tration and help get out the vote during the city election/ I
families to purchase tee the mortgage for 90 Percent Is shown during the program. Scores of city and county Nov. 21. Johnson photo.
of the purchase price of officials attended the banquet. Spearheaded by Rev.
within their
homes at a price
$11,000 for land and house,for I I

reach. a three-bedroom house, and Council
"liberty City CoMMunity
The new housing system Is $8,770 for a two-bedroom Sex In Prison
a engineered constructionin house. The monthly cost will
Attends Got Conference1'An
which speed in building two- be average of $68. to $86. am

and three-bedroom dwellingscan emergency conferenceof our economy has caused us to Inmates get mating
be erected,with resultant But the houses can be pur- Community Developers was create jobs, but also allowingthe USED CARS privileges' in
savings over the cost of con- chased only by native Baha held last week in the New York, draining off of our hard FOR SALE Mississippi Jail
ventional construction. These mians. Washington area. earned capital. \

Bernard N. Dyer, Directorof The more than fifty Community BANK REPOSSESSIONS DO NEGRO WOMEN l
the Liberty CityComm mity Developers from all 1964 Pontiac Crond-Prlx,
NEWS FROM IN ANDBAHAMAS Council Project, disclosedthat over the country have pledgedto 2 door, horoVtop, air cond., RULE THE ROOST?
power steering,power broke,
the crisis caused by the weld together concrete
power windows, radio. look
recent cutoff of Federal Fundsto plan, and have formed a bard $2,036.32 objective at a
AROUtHDkTHE poverty programs has caned core cadre which now stands touchy question
many of the "New Breed'to ready to come to the aid of any- 1965 Dodg. Coron.t 500, Read these interesting
2 door hard-top, Bucket
think of Neighborhood De- one of the group needing assis- console
seats, automatic stories and more in
velopment as a mere relevant tance. transmission, .power steer
Wenzel Granger, chief Immigration two friends were told to wait answer to the dilemma now Ingi radio.'
Officer, has been by a truck while the driver facing Americas' urban poor. BEWARE $1,994.55 DECEMBER

promoted to the post of director made a housing inspection. He stated, "We must begin 1963 Pont lac Convertible,
-,of Immigration.\ Conrad They apparently started play- to devise ways and means of Superstition' Card ReadIng radio, power steering.
Knowles, his assistant is now ing and Byron fell into the controlling the dollars being Tea Reading, Witch. $1u32.09 Sepia
deputy director. water. drained out ofourcommun- craft. Th.y are all iln.l Call Today

John Henry Deveaux, 82, of ities if we are really serious Now you are want.d and LINCOLN NATONAL, NOW ON SALE j
Market Street South, Englerston Supt.NathanielH.Thompsonhas about participating in the great n..d.d In the Roman
died Oct. 18, at princess been named to the new post society. The lack of control of Catholic Church. 759-4431 j
Margaret Hospital. His survi- of Assistant Commissioner of
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vors include his wife, Mmica; Police. Joining the Force in
six sons and one daughter.His 1937, Asst. Commissioner
two sisters, Mrs. Eliza Kelly Thompson has had along Gets 25 Yearsin r

and Mrs. Mary Black, live in career of distinguished ser- PINCHER/ OLDSMOBILE/ I
Miami. vice. He came from the ranksup Prison

Anthony Mackey, a ten- and is holder of the Colon-

year-old boy, of. FarringtonRd ial Police Medal for meritor- For Announces The of
Holdup Appointment ,
was injured in a traffic accident ious service. He was a mem-
the of Oct. 16 ber of the CID for 15 years.
on night Judge Carling Stedman told
and was dead at a hospital
Thomas Wednesday
Leon Francis
about five hours after the ac- The Inter-American Life him WILLIE"BIG
of them and Casualty Company Ltd,
cident. Two cars, one
to 25 in that when
years prison,
with headquarters in Nassau
stolen collided Msadows ,
he out of he will
gets prison
Street and the hit has been accussed by South
boy was by
be too old
to rob anyone. NICK"NICHOLSON :
the car that skidded. Carolina State Insurance

Anthony Stuart, an eight- Commission of Illegally so- Francis and three friends
year-old who underwent liciting Negro business in S. held up the Sunny South Mar-
surgery at Jackson Memorial Carolina. The firm is not licensed ket, 7819 NW 17th Ave., and
Hospital in Miami for a hole in to do business inSouth stole $750 last September.
his heart, returned to Nassau Carolina, the commissionersaid. Five witnesses identified
October 15, and received big He stated that he had ad- Francis as one of the trio. as
welcome. Accompanied by his vised several Negro churches
that their participating in acting The witnesses said bit
mother, Mrs. Loise Stuart,
Anthony went to Mtamtand as agents would open them Francis was dressed in black, SALESREPRESENTATIVE ;
after a few days at Jackson, to charges of aiding and abet- from his hat to his shoes, including <:
underwent open heart surgery. ting an illegal transaction.The a black glove on his ", _
left hand when he staged the
The operation was made pos- company has promised to give
sible through the Sir Victor the church $200 and the bene- armed robbery.

Sassoon Heart Foundation.The ficiary $300 at death.It's agent
Francis will not be a new-
crowd at the collects $1 per family per
airport expected -
that he would have been month. Thousands of letters comer in prison, as records NEW and USED OLDSMOBILES
show that he was on probationfrom
taken from the airplaneon were distributed by the com
a previous robbery con-
at a national conventionin
he entered pany
a stretcher. As arrestedfor
viction when he was
terminal walking, spectatorsin September 1966. the Sunny South Market job.
the balcony broke into ap-
plause. BISCAYNE ANNEX Call 373-8351

Mrs. Beryl Fountainawidow EMPLOYEESDONATE
and her five children, TO
were left homeless on Oct. 27
when fire destroyed their

apartment on Market Street Employess of Miami's ANNIVERSARYEsther And make an appointment to seeMiami's ,
and Chesapeake Road.The Biscayne Annex Post Office,
family lived on the second headed by a committee of fine C our t No.31 Hero-
floor of the Nassau Tire Com fellow workers, donated the ines of J e r Ic h o, request the
pany Limited building, and all sum of $168.10to Mrs.Shirley presence of the Masonic Best Automobile Buys
of them were out at the time Major of Coconut Grove. Family to share with us on our

of the ff re. They lost all of Tenth Anniversary, Sunday,
their belongings. Mrs. Major is the destituted, Nov. 19, at 3.00 p.m. Bethel

Bryon Roberts, fiveyearold mother of four children burn- AME Church, 535 NW 23rdSt. FINCHER OLDSMOBILE
son of Mr. and Mrs. Car- ed to death Oct. 1967 in their Hialeah. The guest speaker for
dinal Roberts drowned on Oct. home In Coconut, Grove a fifth the Heroines will be the Min-
16 in the murky water of a canal child is still in a local hospital.The ister of Ant loch Baptist
in the Coral Harbor area Church, Miami, the Rev. J A, 1740) HE 2nd Ave. 373-8351
The boy and his friends had committee express Stephens come hear him! i
been warned not to play near their' thanks to a wonderful Carrie Lou Arnold, MA. M,
the water. Police said he and group of employees. Dorothy Coleman, Sec.


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F 18 THE MIAMI TIME, Friday, November 17. 1967

RANGEMrs. Mrs. M.1 t tie i Mae Mahoney
IN MEMORIAMIn 6711 NW 18th Ave., died recently -

MEMORIALS' precious memory of our Blanch Ferguson of : In Washington,D C. She

I I CARDS DEATHS 1 dear beloved husband and bro died 328 NE Wednesday 70th Street, Nov., Nazarene 8. She survived by three sons, M--

ther. Kenna, Clifford, and Carl; a
is twobrothers survived by a son Willie, Walter and; daughter, Sandra Anderson;

r three sisters, Emma Mem-
two sisters Mesdames
I IN MEMORIAM NOTE OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn Henry Mildred; Sands and Remllda bers, Cora Btrdsons and Fan-

nie Willie; a brother, Perry
;Jr.,., family of the late loving memory of our Dixon; seven grandchildren. Range. Funeral services will
beloved mother,grandmother, Funeral services ere conducted -
be conducted, Friday, Nov. ,
13th in the
sister Monday, Nov. ,
LEOLA JOLLY r at 11:00 a.m at Mount Zion
vhapel .
vt') passed, Oct. 29, 1967 wish Phillip T r ace y Thomas,
to express their sincere and the young son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Dorothy Wilsonof 1472
NW 41st St. died recently In
r grateful appreciation of kind Paul Thomas of 1246 NW 66th ,
Jackson Memorial Hospital.She .
words, condolences, florals, St., died recently. Besides his
6 is survived her mother
telegrams and all other acts of parents, he is survived by 11 by ,

r Yd kindness shown during their brothers and sisters; his Mrs. Martha Jones. Arrange-

hour of bereavement. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. ments are incomplete.

P'y I+ Special thanks to the family Bishop Thomas and Mr and

of Ebenezer Mothodist Church Mrs. Hezekiah Howard. Fun- ALBERT

..r and pastor Rev. Aaron Hall. eral services were conducted
Mis. Eliza Samuel 1260A -
Each means of expressionwas J SHADDIE WARD Tuesday, Nov. 14, in the ,
'T NE 121 St., died Nov. 7.She
r heartwarming whose soul the father took chapel.
Is survived by one son,
and .
Mrs. L.Owens
. members of family. ''' ;; away into eternal rest Nov. 17, Willie Bradshaw, Sr., of Charlie; three daughters, Ma-
-- --
': ""r 1962. 15825 NW 20th A ve., died Mon- dames, Ora Sheppard, Berdie
MRS. MARGARET "' '" > May he rest in everlastingpeace. day, Nov. 13. He is survivedby Thomas, Cassie Fisher. Re-

MUNNINGSwho IN MEMORIAMIn m" : his wife, Lonnie;three sons mains were shipped Friday to

departed this life Nov. 11, Willie, Jr., Howard, and San- where final
; Mrs. Emma Lou Ward,wife Thomasvllle: Ga.,
loving of a friend :
memory a.iId"i, :.
1965. i'\ ,.v,. '-! and family ford; three daughters, Mes- rites were held in Boston,Ga.
Gone, but not forgotten. dames, Willie Perry, Jerry

"Servant of God, well done; MRS. MARY DEAN Jenkins and Rosa Mitchell; 14 Charlie Wilson 1250 NW 62

Rest from thy loved employ ( 1 ..IN, MEMORIAM grandchildren; three sisters, St., died Nov.7.Remains were
The Battle's fought the vic- k who departed this life Nov. 12,, .
,1'J h c" .. ":t" : ";' Ada Williams, Arilla Strick- shipped Friday to Douglas
tory won, '. .J1 i : :' 1962. ( .; land and Rosa Hubbard three G7, for final rites.Among his
Enter the Master's Joy.: ,. :, .'' ': ," How glorious Is the life above, f!: brothers. Funeralserviceswill survivers are, wife, Bertha;

The FamilyIN :, take; Ir \ Nov. 18, at 1:00 p.m. in the Wilcox, Lydia Muffin;one bro

t.t. ..;. d. That fulness of celestial love, chapel. ther, Johnnie B.
., That Joy which shall for ever
MEMORIAM Mrs. Sally James of 3230

: \ .. last. NW 47th St., died Monday,November Simon Hightowerofl745NW
That h e a v' m life Christ
y ,
r"I I conceal'd 13. She Is survivedbyher 1, Pl., died Nov. 6. Funeral
M husband Hillie one daughter services conducted Saturday
. i .;i These earthen vessels could were -
a sister Ceola Jackson
..' not bear iy ; a ; from the chapel.Amonghis
a brother, Willie Watkins an survivors are, wife,
: The part which now we find re-
veal'd aunt Ruth Cross. Remains Abegall and sister Mis. Molly

.. : I will be shipped Thursday to Favors.
',No tongue of Angels can de- MR. GEORGE SEYMOUR Cuthbert, Ga.

SIS. MARIE JOHNSONwho clare. Nov. 12 1966
h Mrs. Willie Mae Hllllard of Tommy Lawson, 15921 NW
Every time I see Rainbow
5232 NW 8th Ave. died recently 22nd Ct., died Nov.7. Remainswere
departed this life Nov 13, The family Shining in the sky above
,1 1965. In Newark,Newjersey. sent to Vlallda, Ga., for
I remember God's
grace mercies -
is survived her husband final rites.
Two years has passed since CARD OF THANKSThe ,-
W. M. two sisters Isabell
you were called from labor to And His faithfulness and love.Wbenthere'sa ; ,
reward. of the late Joyce and Ella Munroe; four
family Rainbow In the '
But what would wegive to --. sky, the clouds that frowned nieces, Rebecca Hall, Evelyn Mrs. Cleo Phillips Wilson, "
go Ferguson, Eloise Farringtonand 3330 NW 48th Ter., died Nov.
smile and hear '
see you
you smiling by Tls'a promise
; 8. Burial at
Annie President three Tuesday morning,
sing for Just ,a little while. Written there, of our Father'slove ; nephews Lincoln .
Johnnie Monroe Grant Memor1a1.Amongher .
Sadly missed by your niece and care,T' ,
RACHEL RUSSELLwho and Junior President. Funeral survivors are one daughter,
June Whitehart friends, Mr.
When there's a Rainbow in the
services will be conducted Sat Miss Ernestine Wilson
and Mrs. Jee White and the Oyu sky

departed this life, Nov. Willing Workers Club of New n Mrs. Laura Seymour, wife urday, Nov. 18, at 4.00pm,

14, 1960. Providence M. B. Church. Mrs. Hazel D, Seymour., in the chapel. Mrs. Augusta L> as Heild,

Sunset and evening star daughter. Mrs. Lurlene Young of 3030 1217 NW 66th St., died Nov.12.

And one clear call former NW 46th St., died Sunday,Nov. She is survived by husband,

And may there be no mourningat CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAM 12. She is survived by three John; five daughters, M.i-;

the bar family of the late sisters, Mesdames, Marie damos, Ruth Smith, Evelyn
When I have crossed the sea. In loving memory of Frederick, Mercedes Mears, Brown, Gladys Jones, Janet

and Sarah Russell. Funeral and Dorothy Heild; one son

Sadly missed by q services will be conducted Saturday Cleveland. Funeral services
Aurelia and Jennie .
Major -- NOV. is, at 1:00 p.m. Saturday, 10.00 a.m.St.Agnes
Harris daughters.In f
y In Gamble Memorial Church. Episcopal Church.
loving memory of our ,.
dear mother

IN MEMORIAMIn ':" ,' wish to express their sincere
thanks and appreciaion to the 691-7661

memory ofMRS. many friends and neighborsfor

your deeds of kindness and, 1 1

your varied expressions of c

sympathy during the Illness

I fylv and death of our loved one.

Your prayers, cards, letters, v&-i: w.

telegrams, flowers, tele-
phone calls visitations kind
PRYOR words, and floral contri- SAM JACKSONwho

butions played a very impor- departed this life Nov. 13,
tant part in helping us bear the 1957.
who departed this life Oct.23,
1967 and was laid to rest In heavy burden placed on our Gone, but not forgotten.
shoulders. thanks to
Lincoln Memorial Park Oct. Special Ernest and Sam Jackson and
Rev. H. Stuart the officersand
V. ,
28, 1967, wish to express our family
.. members of St. Mary's
sincere thanks and appreciation -
; \ to all of their frlen ds, W. M. Church, members of the WIt
\ staff at Jackson Memorial: CARD OF THANKS
neighbors and relatives for the ,. ,
't. Hospital, the Rahming Funeral
.1 "
;\ kindness shown during our of
The family the late
;,6w.; : ._ _', hour of bereavement-cards, Home, Atlas Lodge No. 308, TME
and Love and Charity Lodge. MRS. LINA SAWYERwho
telegrams, floral pieces,
phone calls, visits and food. May God bless each of you. departed this life Oct. 29,

Our special thanks to Rev. 1967, take this method of ex-
departed this life Nov. 19,
Clarence A. Finlayson and pressing our thanks and
1966. Paul Freeman and his congregation appreciation -

Dear mother,sleep on and take of Z ion Hope Baptist family to the many neigh-
Church Rev. Atchinson of Mt. bors and friends for visits .J1t
your rest, God 9 twit
We love you, but Jesus loves Calvary Baptist Church prayers and words of consolation ocy pat icy ,

best. supervisors and employees of IN MEMORIAM during the Illness and

you Eastern Air Lines andthe .' death of my mother for cards altd bf jack 9 live

Sadly missed by: Range Funeral Home. In loving memory of telegram, flowers,donationsof w/
cars,and other acts of kind-
God Is too wiseto make a MAY WE REASSURE YOU THAT IN
DAVID CLARK ness, you help to make our YOUR
Lurline Bloodworth, daughter mistake, we love him but God
loves him best. burden easier to bear, A spe- HOUR OF BEREAVEMENT CALL -
who lied November 18, 1966. cial thanks Jackson Hospitaland
J'"* Eunice Perpall, daughter Gone, but not forgotten. staff also to the entire staff "Where service begins and never ends" .
Essie Mae Bryant,daughter Ma jester Pryor wife of Range Funeral Home.

Arthur Truitt, son Linda Pryor, daughterJoe Maude Clark, wife God bless each and everyone Three locations to serve you:
Frank Griffin, son Nlckerson step father
Humpy Clark, brother of you.
Millie Dean, sister Ida Lee Jordan, sister Miami Opo-locka PerrineF
Rebrcca Clark, mother Mrs. Elizabeth Longly,
and family Frank Pryor, brother
and family daughter and family.

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.; THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, November 17. 1967 19

f' ALBERTMrs. RICHARDSON Mrs. Essie Mae ,Green of :i; \f. : 'M". "Ii-..,' .. <(a.

\ Sweet Williams, 1310 1425 NW 55th Terra.ce, died .r'
NW 64th St.,died Nov. 11. Funeral Robert> Williams of 1771 NW Thursday, Nov. 9, in Jackson ; : : ,,r
47th St. died
services Saturday, 2:00 Memorial Hospital. She Is c
7th, in Jackson Memorial Hos
New Shiloh Baptist. Survivors survived
p.m by a daughter Mrs.
close pital. He is survived by a wife,
are Just friends. Josephine Johnson;one granddaughter -
Hezzie Mae 12 children six
Infant Tracy Smith, 73 NW ; ; four great grandchildren :
girls, Tecola, Lillian, Hattie
47th St., died Nov. 9. Grave- ; and one brother,
RJsa, Sarah and Dianne six
side services were held Tues- Horace Porter. Funeral ser- _
sons, Robert Willie
day afternoon from Evergreen vice will be held Wednesday,
Johnnie Carl and
Memorial Among his survi- ; one Nov 15 in the chapel, at 2:00 _
sister Mrs. Ada B. Ross; two _
vors are parents, Mr. and p.m.
brothers, Willie Robinson and
Mrs. Leroy Smith; three bro- Frank Stokes. Funeral ser- Edward Hallback of 936 NW As"
thers and one sister.
vices were held Tuesday,Nov. 1st Ave., died Tuesday, Nov.
Keith James Hester, 1343 14, in the chapel. 14, in Jackson Manor Nursing
2nd Ave died Nov. 10.
NW ,
Funeral services wre held Otis Martin, died Wednesday Home He is survived by two
Tuesday afternoon from the,( Nov. 8, in Jackson Memorial sons, Claude and Barn; one
step-daughter, Mrs. Florence
Hospital. Remains will
chapel Among his survivorsare
mother, Mrs. Wilmc-tte be shipped i to Walthourville, Green; one grand-daughter
Ga. Mrs. Maggie Vance; one son-
Tuesday, Nov 14.
Symonette, grand-
in-law, Sylvester Bryantand a ..
mother, Mrs. Louise Symo Samuel Allen of 1071 NW34St. dear friend, Mrs. Josephine '(,

nette; one brother,Marty Shu- ., died Friday, Nov. 10, in Wilder; ,and one grandson.
make two sisters Miss Carla Jackson Memorial .
Funeral services will be con- ,,, ?f,
and Staphine Shumake stepfather survived: by a wife
; ducted
Saturday, Nov. 18, in
James Shumake; four Martha; three daughters, Ma- St. John Institutional Baptist
aunts, M-idames Emily Symo- dames, Gracie Miller,Juanita Church
nette of Tampa, Agnes Royalof Lane, and Johnnie Edwards;
New York City, Mirvial one son Jessie; one brother, Mrs. Mamie Lou Holllman
Cash, and Naomi Symonette of Clifford; one sister,Susie MeMillian. of 442 NW 59th St., died Saturday MIAMI AIR FORCE RESERVE UNIT HONORED
one Funeral services Nov. 11th, in Jackson
Miami uncle Ralph Symo- l
; of Miami Steve, Clark plaque and proclamation to Major
nette. be held Wednesday Nov. 15 in Memorial Hospital. She ,is City Mayor presents a
Mt. Zion Church, survived.by two daughters, Richard Erdlit, Commander of the 90th Aerial Port Squadron, an Air Force Reserveunit
Robert Lee Wilcox, 185 NW with, Mrs. Emma L. Everett, Mrs. on behalf of the City of Miami during the half'time ceremonies of the Miami
11 Ter., Apt. 3, died Nov 11. Rev.,Edward T.Graham officiating Nellie M. Brown; one son, Dolphins.-New York Jets football game, in recognition of the Reserve Unit's serviceto
He is survived by wife,Clara; Willie; 12 grand children two the nation. The 90th Aerial Port Squadron was selected by both the 21st Air Force
mother, Mrs. Mary Wilcox; Randolph, Davis of 2467 NW, great grand children one;son- and Military Airlift Command their most outstanding Reserve Aerial Port Squadron
four daughters, Midames, 57th St., died Monday,NoV 12, in-law, Edward Everett.; Fun- Captain Charles C. Mitchell, on the right, is the Unit s air freight officer and heads
Orgia McGill, Clara McCray, in Jackson Memorial Hospital. eral services will be conducted the air freight section which makes up the largest group of reserves tntne unit. Captain -
Sallie Mae James and Juanita He is survived by one sister Saturday, November 18, in Mitchell's civilian occupation Is that of an engineer for Maurice H.\ Cornell &
Wilcox; one son Carlento; one Mrs. Earnestine Johnson; two Associates.
the chapel, at 3:00
niece, Mrs. Miry Barton, one nieces, Mrs. Burnette and p.m.
sister, Mas. OUie M.Jackson; Mrs. Earnestine Johnson; a
one brother, Rander. Funeral grandson,Conrad Johnson;two Bishop Denounces Bureautracvln War On Poverty I

services Saturday, at 1:00 aunts, Mrs. J. P. Monroe and .

p.m., at Ebenezer Methodist_ Mrs. E. Munns.Arrangementsare BY JOHN A, DIAZ of them is a professorship in faith Religion American life black or white, into pockets of

Church. incomplete. Speaking here on Tuesday.at a college and a'slmin ry; another program 'polarization hostility and h a t r e d, is dangerous I
the Deauville Hotel, at the is president of the Inter- ," he warned "whether ."
. .. . ..* sessions of the Council of groups

Methodist i ai hops",Bishop I '

"Let Me Work For You" theblshopofNewJerseyatatk Prince A. Taylor. Jr., who is
Dade County Young
-tc ed emphatlcaP/! that the, nation .

Friendship & Dependability*. poverty should, and declare.eliminate war too on Democratic Association

much bureaucracy. II
is better Than Gold + Bishop Taylor said' that.

*I there,has never been a real

war, DO;poverty, in thei ghett .. !After, due deliberation and careful'cOlsldlratioll
JOHN LEACHIe It Said the bishop, "This nation 3* "*

J I f has got to become much more does hereby endorse

..... .. .,- concerned about the problem
-Ie "'" ; /'/ ..K and much more creative in its
,\ a; \ the following Candidates for election
efforts to meet it.
.. itj.I (;1 ....f
: 'l 1'ic '* The bishop said that he could

::111 ,' j j m ..K I not condemn nor commend the Tuesday, Hov. 21
church of the nation for their
'1' I ri f,...., j" j ''I'.11'1'' ..K I approach to the problem. Said

"."}" : I"I, dli: ..g he, "you can' generalize;
I. some churches are doing lot.
I't f"I"1. .. i '. .11.(I C others are not doing much of For Mayor ', .:;

-tc ,., I I .-' ..g anything. The government is

f.1. "I! I .Ail';t 1 t,, ___ ;, doing something in some
; J t. I' .K areas and not much in

i j ..$.others I lie added, "But I don't think STEVE CLARK2A

.} 1 .... anybody is doing enough.All of
.0' "" 'I
"" it' "
"'" \'"" .' us have' to become more in-
.. t ..|I( volved. The problem is too big
for individual effort:We've got
-tc '
'f .pC I to have a national program."

..g This bishop 1 said that the '
biggest roadblock to such an .
,), ,,' :
-Ietc .. II.: ,,1.-
.( all-out war on poverty is not
Vietnam, but municipal -
/.1 K bureaucracy.. He said it is For Group 2
.} .-.' ." .......
"' \ dangerous to delay the escala-
... :: J ? '"K
.} ;' ', tion of this war, because the
"'" 1 ',K 'gap between the haves and the
;;::({: ;
,.,,: ; have-nots is growing.
-tc i'" "
,\ ", ., .:.". Bishop Taylor, who is the ATHALIE RANGE
} ......
"" :"": '" '< L. < former president of the Council
of Bishops, a race position
The Peoples Man For for a Negro to hold in thee

e Methodist Church, stated that SA
III", ,
the becomes
gap a racial prob- '
ALL People ...(e lem because ofdiscrimina- :

...g lion, warning Miami and other
cities with good reputation in
-K Pledges to be ..C race relations not to be fool- 3
ed. For Group

FULL TIME Mayor : Continued the bishop,who is
JL, C: also a member of the New Jer-

With An OPEN DOOR At *I sy civil governor's disorders commission which has been on MAURICE FERRE13A

g investigating the causes of last

*. ALL Times For All PeopleVote *C summer's"The reputation riots in of a Newark.city is

ic one thing, and the under cur-
J rent of problems is another.
LEACH For Mayor ; Very few cities i are 'really

working at the problems
*. Reach for leach are concerned, but f ware s (pd. Pol. Adv.)

making a big enough attack at

Pull Lever 5A 'ILT) ',any ffective of the." right points: to be BE 'SURE TO VOTE TUESDAY!

.. .. ". '# ..Jf .'". .. .. honors Bishop bestoweduponhlrri Taylor has had many, one

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20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 17, 1967'

GREATER NEWMACEDONIA St. Paul Women's Day Success I

.. ""i". .
( > ,,'t Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor Dell Braynonwho is Mrs St.

Willie Beard, reporterThe Mary Amos, reporterIn Paul (again for two straight
pastor wish to thank behalf of our pastor, years) 1967 and Mrs Ann She- I
everyone who accompaniedhim chairman, co-chairman, nett first runner up and Mrs. '
to the Bethel Primitive officers and members we wish Clarice Carnegay, honorable

Baptist Church, Fort Lauder-
;I ,. :, ,
dale, to close the Sixth Anni- :'. ? 1
versary of the pastor, Rev.
H. K. Kinsey. We had a glorious S {

On sundaywewi111eavethe i .w

church, at 12:00: p.m. to jour- M
ney to Pehokee, 'Fla. to ren-
der services for Rev. W. M.
Bouyer and congregation of
New Hope Baptist Church. We

are asking all members who {
are going, to please be at the

\). tt Inu Jn Slhurrlj 'uufltg church no later thanll45 r
a.m., the bus will leave at
1200; p.m. In lieu of this an-
nouncement, our Sunday I .

ST. MATTHEW'S ST. MARY'S W. M. GLENDALE BAPTIST School will begin at 900; a.m. -. -- -
and Morning Service at 10:00
Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor R. M.Harrington, reporter LESA GENELL GIBSON
Rev. N. F. Clark, pastor 19 will be The president of Women's a.m. Members, please take MRS. MAY DELL BRAYNONto
Sunday, ,
D Beneby, reporter Tithes Day.All members know Missionary Union, Mrs. R. M. this announcement. under consideration thank our many membersand mention. Congratulations to

Nov. 19, the women will observe their obligation for this day. Harrington, left on Wednes- be fore the friends who helped make all the ladies who helped to
their 11th Annual Wo- The Junior Church Choir will day, to attend the "North On Friday night our 23rd Annual Women's Dayan make this a rememorable oc-
American Baptist Women's,: fourth Sunday and concluding overwhelming success. Our casion. Congratulations also
men's Day. Theme; "Chris- sing in the morning and Joint afternoon
tian Women Building for choirs will sing at night. Union," Sheraton Park Hotelin the Board Sunday No. Two will, theme was "Faith In Action." go to the Juniors fora Job wall
Christ." Our special thanks it o Mr. Washington, D. C. Ushers Our chairman said "Faithis done on their second try, witha
r's sl Nelson Adams and Mrs.Haro- Rev. Joseph Coats is in celebrate their Fifth Anniversary the substance things hoped total $255.31,to little LisaG

leen Storr for their services charge of services. for, the evidence of things Gibson for winning again
1 rendered on our 44th anniversary On Friday night, Rev.W. M, not seen, the benediction that this year Junior Women's Day
Slater and congregation of DaySpring follows a prayer, faith quietsthe Queen 1967, first runner up,
The pastor's Aids will hold DRAKE MEMORIAL M. B. will be in chargeof restless pulse 0 f care. Miss Floria Sheffield and to

their regular meeting Sunday, services. "This holds true because Annie L. Herring honorable
Nov. 19th, at 5:30 p.m. This Rev. Janus Dunn, pastorOn Sunday, at 3:00 p.m., Rev. without faith we the women of mentions.
meeting will be held the third last Sunday we were W, E. Sims and congregationof St. Paul couldn't have reachedour Appreciation week for our
Sunday of this month becauseof blessed with two addresses. New Hope M. B. will be in goal, which was $10,000, pastor will start Wednesday,
the Church Anniversary on Mrs. Curtis and Miss White charge of services. we are very proud to announce Nov. 1519, at 8:00 p.m. for
the second Sunday gave us many uplifting ideasto Deacon Vandell Bovan, is that we raised $10,538.07. the closing night the Rev.T. E.

Beginning in December, the think about. Our hearts president. Congratulations to Mrs. May Wright of St. Paul, Coconut
burned told how to
as they
Ways and Means will meet on Grove will deliver the mes-
march for Christ.We thankall
sage. We invite all to attend.
the second Sunday.
The Sunday School will be- women of the community who Women's Day At Tile New Don't forget to see Mrs.
of their time and
gave moneyto
f pAa gin their Christmas Practice Braynon or any member of the
make this day to
one re-
----------------- Gibbs Club to
Wednesday, Nov.. 15, all par- purchase your
LEENETTEPENNINGTON ents please send your children member. St. James AME Church ticket for the Annual Conference -

out. We are still asking your Mrs. A. Knowles is our' in West Palm Beach round

Our morning speaker, is support in our project to come "Woman of the Year." Many trip fare $4.00, Sunday,- Nov.
Mrs. Leenette Pennington of off on December 9th. thanks to the president of the .j 26.
Richmond Heights, and a please continue to pray for Faithful Women's Club,Sister Remember our sick and
member of Hurst Chapel A ME all our sick and shut-Ins,bothat N. Green for working so hardto shut-ins and say a special

1 Church. .home and in the hospital accomplish this title. Congratulations prayer for their speedy recovery -
i: : : I \
Mrs. Agnator Nottage general > to Mrs&E. Williams '

chairman, Miss Evallna CHOIR UNION for raising the second
Williams co-chairman highest amount and sister
the women extend an invitationto MEETING SUNDAYThe Clements for raising the third

our many friends to help Holy Choir Union will amount. The total raised was 4. C. J. Burney,pastor
make thi s day a' success. meet at the First Born church $1,131.64. y St. s Arsula Edwards, reporter
Continue in prayer for our of the Living God, at Liberty .
sick and shut-ins. City, Elder J. Collier,pastor, Orchids to our chairman, l
There will be a musical
co-chairman and all the con-
6709 N. W. 15th Ave., at 3:00
testants who worked so hard to Sunday, Nov. 19, spon-
19. There
p.m., Sunday, Nov. sored in behalf of Men's
will be choirs from Miami make our day a financial suc-
CHURCH OF CHRIST cess. Everyone is i n v 11 e d to come
Coconut Grove Perrine
out and help make this program
F. L. Thompson, ministerT. Goulds and Dania. Don't forget you are wel- ---- a success.

S. Holmes, reporterThe We are looking forward to come to visit the"Biggest Lit- Mitt BETTY BROWN, MRS DORIS WILLIAMS, We will observe our annual
Eighteenth i Street have with ChairmanThe Co-chairman
you us.
tle Church" at anytime.
Msn's Nov. 26 the fourth
Day ,
Church of Christ of West Palm
Beach, is very fortunate to ::;::;:;:;:::::;:::;:::;:::::;:;:::;:::::::;:::::::;::::;::::::::::::::;:::;:::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::: :;t to women observe their are 19th getting annual terestlng program and hope Sunday. The public is invited.
: ready that you will look forward to Plan now to attend.Anyone who
have Bro. Marshall Keeble a
Women's Day observance attending. wish to food donationfor
bring or
Women's Head
most unusual man proclaiming \ Baptist
November 19.
on Sunday, Theme: "The Rob of Chris- our Thanksgiving baskets,
the gospel of Christ there
Mrs. Betty B. Brown chair- tian Women in Present World
nightie.scheduled The to close meeting Friday is 1\\\\ Speaker Here Nov. 28 \r man and Mrs. Doris Williams Crisis. bring 21, thank than you.Tuesday night,Nov.
co-chairman with
along cap Rev F. E. Sneed, pastor.MT.CALVARY Let's not forget our prayer
night, Nov. 17.Services begins tains and members,are busily
each night at 8:00 p.m. The The National President of churches and pastors who have in various activities meeting each Tuesday night,
church is located at 1022- 18th the largest Negro Women's contributed to the building of engaged in order that this Women's at 730. Consecration hour of
Street, West Palm Beach. body in the United States, Dr. one ofF 10 r i d a' s oldest col will be the best Day prayer will be held each Sun-

' Brother Richard Swindle, a Mary Olivia Ross, will be the leges. Mrs. Clora M.ever.Pearsall, is Rev. S. Atchison, pastor day morning at 500.;
dynamic young song leader, guest speaker, Nov. 24th, at Over 800 members of Bap- the morning speaker, and she The H 0 m Mission would; Continue in prayer for our
has left for Montana to enlistin the Deauville hotel, Miami tist churches affiliated with is St. James' very own. like to thank each and every- sick, shut-ins and those who
the Job Corps.We will miss Beach, at a dinner honor ing the the Baptist General Conven- Mrs. Pearsall is a dynamic one for helping to make their have lost friends and love

him very much, because he Florida State president of the tion in Florida will pilgrimage speaker Principal of Orchid anniversary a success. ones
' was -faithful member. How- Baptist Convention, Dr. to the testimonial for Dr. Fin- Villa Elementary School and On Friday night you are invited -

ever, It is our hope that God J. A. F. Finlayson. layson. an active community worker. to come and worship with
will bless him richly while heft The dinner is being sponsored Organized 75 years ago in The program committee is us. Our program will presentthe ,
is away. by the Florida Memorial Live Oak, Florida as an aca- planning a very unique and In- Rev. D, A, Bradley and Rev. 0. Taylor, pastor
We have several membersin College, the Baptist related demy, Florida Memorial Col- congregation of Mt. Carmel Bernice Griffin, reporterThe

the Job Corps, and we are four year liberal arts college, lege sonville, was in relocated 1892.In to Jack- In behalf of No. One Usher 22nd Annual Session of

happy to have them serve our which is relocating to Miami, 1918 the institution was MT. SINAI BAPTIST Board there will be a program the EastCoastDistrict Primi-

country In this manner. They from St. Augustine. moved to St. Augustine upon Sunday, Nov. 19, at 300 p.m. tive Baptist Association ana
are Annie English, Barbara Dr. Ross,Detroit, Michi- the Invitation of the Chamberof Rev.Patricia C. Austin Albury, pastor The Rev. K. E. Rodgers of S. Women's Congress is now in
Braceful, Juanita Jones, and gan, heads the Women's Con- Conmerce of that city. reporter Miami will be the speaker of progress at the Greater St.
Richard Swindle. vention Auxiliary to the Na- "0 let the hour. The public is invited.
Caught in a moment! of racial come us give thanks Luke primitive Baptist
tional Baptist Convention of unto the Lord." Prayer meeting is held
disturbance two years ago, the thanksgiving Church, beginning, Thursday,
ZION HOPE the United States, which has a Board of Trustees of the Col- preaching service will be held every Thursday.ST. at 930 a.m.Sunday .

Rev. P. Freeman,pastor membership of over 2,000,000in lege, Rev. Edward T.Graham, Nov. 23, at 700; p.m, all are morning 11 a.m. the
Sis. E.Jackson, reporterThe over 3500 churches.. chairman, voted to relocate to invited to come and worshipwith '. moderator Rev. P. D. Brant-
Dr. Ross will be Joined by a more favorable us.Prayer. and the Greater
No. Two choir will have metropolitan ley, D. D.,
a tea, Sunday from 4'to 6p.m.at Congressman Claude Pepper, community where job oppor- meetings are held We would like to thank those Isreal Bethel Primitive Bap-
the church, everyone is invited Florida, in addressing the din tunities for students were every Thursday, at 8:00: p.m.It people who helped to make this tist Church of Miami will be
to attend. ner occasion and in presenting available and there were is your responsibility as a Women's Day a success. in charge.You are invited to attend -
We are saying to everyone to the Florida Memorial Col- greater cultural benefits.A Christian to make thy heart We are grateful to everyone these sessions.
please pray for the sick ands lege "The Golden Book of totally new College com- right with God. for helping 1 1 to complete this Remember our sick and
'shut-Ins, and to the sick Just Memories," and the "Wall of plex, valued at over $10,000- The Missionary Society will occasion. The head captain shut-ins and service men.
Faith." Both of these symbolic 000. is now under construc- fourth Sunday of November, raised
God for he is able. $112.00 and the total
try Friend- dedications will be pia 1 c e d in tion and classes will open on featuring a panel discussion, amount raised The son of Jericko and The
having was $355.89.
We enjoyed the with the theme Elafayetts of West Palm Beach,
$2,000,000.religious complex "World
the new site in 1968.
Sept. Chairman
cervices Miss D. Gallon
in .our baptism
ship and the Trumoit will
of the college and will bea Awareness in an Urban.Com-
Dr. Royal W. Puryear is the co-chairman
Visitors are : L. Gallon and
last sunday.
on commemoration to the college president. munity," pastor Rev. be in a battle of song Sunday,
always welcome. A. Gallon. Nov. 26, at 8:00 p.m.


THE MIAMI TIMES, Fridoy, Novtmbtr 17, 1967 21


The eleventh annual obser- Theodore Gibson, rector t1l

vance of Women's Day on Sun Antoinette Silva, reporterThe 1',.
day was one of the most spiritually -
annual Bazaar was held ....

those rewarding in attendance.experiencesfor Mrs. Friday, Saturday, Nov. 10 and I""c.!l1I G' J
11 and proved successful in ,
Walton Y. Robinson, educa- :
spite of the
weather. The
and leader
tion, civic religious :
spoke out of the fulness of crowd.was small but the fin- 'C'_,
ance was large.
her years of experience, and !
her inspiring and practical ad- Who will be Miss Calendar 1 l

dress was well received. The,I, for the year? The annual Cal- : I I I

women's chorus Shiloh BaP-: endar Tea will be held Sunday, ,' ,.
tist Church, guest at the Nov. 19, at 5:00 p.m. on the
morning service, and the ush- church ground. The contestants

ers, gave a very good accountof vying for the title are: L, jt" ",, ,''e..' ''',
themselves.The k 1N
chairman was over- Gail Stringer, Feb.; Donna: ROLAND CARTER r ,ir' r
joyed when the financial report Scott, April; Bessie Saunders, Al"MA. Mt j 1?

was above her expectation. June; Sandra Clark, Dec.; Roland Carterarecent

All the captains made fine Harriett Russell, Nov.; Mary graduate of Hampton, is the ,
reports, and are to be congrat- Hall, May;Gail McBride,Jan.; present director. Mr. Carter
ulated. Leading in the march Cynthia Cruz, Sept.; Andrea has made many personal ap-

were Mrs. A. Clark, B. Bry- Moore, Aug.; Ear line Sprat- pearances as pianist. A grad- Hampton Institute Choir Here In I Concert I
ant and Mrs. E. Campbell. ling, March; Antoinette Silva, uate of New York University,

Several of the women were July Mr Carter has also appeared Arthur flumes,a graduate of other Floridians will accom- R. Nathaniel Dett, internationally -

cited for long and faithful ser- Sincere sympathy is extended with the Washington Square Miami i Northwestern High pany the renowned choir to Mi- known composer and
vice by the Silent Workers, to the family of the late Symphony Orchestra in New School, Miami, will be featured ami. arranger of folk and religious
Mrs. B. Hart, chairman, and York City. Cited as one of music led the to na-
Ralph Tinker whose funeralwas with the 40-voice Hampton Steeped in the tradition of group
by the Presentation Com- held on Saturday. America's outstanding young Institute Choir when they ap- the Negro spiritual and stir- tional prominence with his
mittee, Mrs L. Williams, men of 1967, he is a memberof pear here Nov. 28, at the Al- ring anthems, the Hampton unique arrangements and
the American Choral Direc-
chairman. NEWMT. MORI AH lapattah Junior High School Choir has been a vital force compositions especially for
Chairman Colebrookwas tors Association, Kappa Alpha auditorium. Sponsored by the since 1870. Throughout Its the choir. He was followed by

declared and crowned"Wo- Psi Fraternity. Misic Educators Miami Alumni Chapter of his tor y, the choir has been other outstanding directors,
min of the Year" for 1967. Natlonal'onference, Phi Hampton Institute, the concert fortunate in having directors including the incomparable
Chairman and co-chairman, Rev. A.Souter L Shipp, pastor Ma Alpha Symphonia Fraternity will begin at 8:00 p.m. Three .of high caliber. The lab Dr. Noah Ryder.BROWNSVILLE.
Evelyn reporterWe
and he was listed in
Mrs. Lula M. Colebrook and ;
Miss! E. Lord wish to thank the are having a wonderful "Who's Who InAmp.r1canCol- ST. AGNES BAHA'IS OF MIAMI BAPTIST
loyal members and friends for time this week during our leges and Universities' in Fr. Lambert L. Sands, rector

their cooperation and partici- Son and Father Homecoming, 1963. Publicity comm. reporting Two greater Miami Baha'Is Rev. J. E. Wright, pastorC.

pation. Thanks to all our ad- tonight, (Thursday). Rev. A. Sunday, Nov. 19, at 10:45 were elected delegates at the Culpepper, reporter
vertizers. McCrarey and Rec. Charlie BROWNSVILLE BAPTIST a.m., the Rev. James L. Dun- State Convention held Novem.

The City-wide Mission, Smith and congregation will be can, D, D.,Suffragan Bishop of ber 5th, in Orlando.They are Don't forget to purchaseyour
Mrs. Lula Moran, president, in charge of service. Friday Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor the Diocese of South Florida Mr. Harold Guinyard, science tickets for the Pre-
will hold its monthly meetingat Rev. Roscoe Jackson and New Donella Turner,reporterThe will visit with us in holy service teacher at. North Dade High, Thanksgiving dinner, Nov. 22,
Temple Sunday,at 300p.m. Macedonia. Sunday, at3:00 entire membership and Mr. George Say i t t, the tickets maybe purchased from

The public is invited., p.m. Rev. B. Mack and Rev. accompany the pastor to Car- Our Annual Calendar Tea "Phil Ossofer" of the Miami any member of the church.We .
0, Taylor will close out the is to be Times. Miss Olive Alexander,
The Temple family expends ver Ranch, to Gasementhe program presented on
deepest sympathy to Mr. and homecoming. We are Invitingthe Clark, pastor, Sunday, Nov. Sunday, Nov. 26, in our parish Executive Director of JESCA, also would like extend
was elected as an alternate a warm welcome to you and
public to Join us during this hall at 4:00
Mrs. Thomas Darling In the 19. Rev Davis will deliver the p.m. :
celebration and see how our Services for the Wednesday delegate. your family to come and war-
loss of a nephew: in the Bahamas sermon. The No. Two Choir ;
last week and toMrs. L. sons are, doing great work. will render the song service. 6:30 a.m. Holy communion The delegates will gather. ship with us. See you Sunday.

Moss and_family who lost a The Federate Usher's Union The pastor is asking all per- and Wednesday, 7;30p. May 23-26,at the Baha'l House out to the sick
.in. Evening of W 0 r s hip in Wilmette,111., Prayers go
brother. would like to thank, each and sons to leave the church: at prayer.W'e and shut-ins all around the
to elect National
welcome all visitorsto a Spiritual
everyone who participated and 2;30 p.m. world.
attended their services during .Thanksgiving Sunrise Ser- come and worship with,us. Assembly

COMMUNITY their fourth anniversary. vices will be held at the church

MISSIONARY BAPTISTRev. Remember the sick, our Thanksgiving morning:begin
shut-ins, bereaved families ning, at 5:00 a.m. All members .
A. Anderson, pastor our pastor, and those in the are asked to bring their

The women will observe armed services. harvest gift.
their fourth Annual Women's Visitors are always wel To our visiting friends, we

Day, Nov 19th. Theme; "WO- come. hope you come back and wor- 1466 NW 62 SI
men Working for the Resur ship with us again. ,.

Guest speaker for the morn- GRACE PRESBYTERIA 696-5711
ing will be Mrs. Marjorie Per-
Rav. P. W. Wiggins, pastor
kins of Greater New Bethel Rev. W. F, Savoy, pastorWe
members of Choir No _.
wish to --- --
Baptist Church, Rev. W. K. express our ,
1 of A n t1 0 c h Baptist will ob- ". ,
.. '
Smith, pastor. gratitude in this way to the anniversary G" 11
,Introductory of speaker serve their 30th anniversary committee, members DIRR'S OR : 'fl
.. '
Nov. 17 at t :
Friday PELANDIr-ran
beginning ,
Mrs. Sims of New Hope.Guest and friends, who helpedto CO ".' \
Choir will be New Hope No. 800 p.m. They anticipate make our ninteenth church / ; I
One choir. musical selections from some anniversary a success.We ap- ;
of Miami's outstanding singing $
Guest ushers will be No. One plaude Mrs. Lucy Bradley and 3PKG. 7.
and Two Usher's Board groups. Mrs. Naomi Smith, chairmanand
Rev. W,C. Ivery will deliver
Friendship Missionary Bap- co-chairman, respectively -
tist Church. the anniversary sermon for steeringusthroughthis
day, Nov. 19, at the 3:00 p.m, Ribs
Our Evening speaker will be historic and memorable oc-
Mrs. Lillie King of Rocks of service. casion.
The Jr. and Sr. Missionary
Ages, pastor Rev. G W. King. Societies will present their Last SUJ1 Introductory of speaker will annual "Harvest Festival" on members pledge Sunday. We 49C
be Mrs. D. Gordon. thank all members who made
Wednesday Nov. 22, at 8OC
Guest choir will be Zion their pledge; and we ask those

Hope Senior Choir. p.m.The Deaconess Board is who have not pledged to con MEATY
Ushers will be Usher Board tact the officials in charge at
making plans for an enjoyable Neck
No. One of Community M. B. your earliest convenience.
program at their"Pew Rally"on
Church the fourth Sunday in November .. This Sunday, from 4 to 6 4.98's
Mrs. Edna McGhee, chair- p.m, the adult choir will pre- LB.

man and Mrs. Virginia James The public is invited to the sent one of their most delightful ..
co-chairman. .
above activities. musical programs of the

year. Come and enjoy a wonderful 'Y

JORDAN GROVE ST. JOHN AME afternoon at Grace. / 5

This Tuesday evening at
Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor ) '
7:30 p.m., we will have a family : s: :. ).
Catherine Willis reporterThe '''B' ,.' :
s t .
Ushers' Board and the and night supper; and our spec- \ 6'.. ., ?, '($ 3.98
chairman cochairman ,
Deconess Board wish to thank / "'
ial will be the Rev.
.BAG :, 'I I,
each for wish to thank all "' ./1'"" .. ...rt' ._ I .". 1
one participating on Thedford Johnson, pastor of
their teas. their many friends for helping St. John Baptist Church, and ': G S L ECTiou
The No. Two Choir will be- make the women's daypro- fifty finevoices from his RADIOS
gin its 9th gram a success. Mrs. Thersa
Anniversary Friday choirs. We look forward to a '
night at 8:00 p.m.with a musi- Perry won the Mrs. St. John rewarding evening of music, : ; FOR XMAS :
cal and conclude on crown. Total '
program fellowship, and a presentationby LAYAWAY
Sunday, at 300 p.m., with a $1,811.64. Rev. Johnson. 2.49 '
band of singers. The public is On Monday night, Nov. 20, 9 'q1- ,, CHARGES
invited. at 8:00 p.m. there will be a

Rev A. J. King, our missionary special program in behalf of : of' .

will be in charge of our pastors anniversary, with u oM BqlTEIl BAL; $ .
all our services. Rev. Joseph Coats deliveringthe ". .
are askingall .. "- '
If you don't have a church sermon, we ', I "
home in the city, we invite you boards to be present and on *&Z4AV, MOLE ACTIONTCOLORSCRXYHAiRlUa .J ,. .rarO' 15 ITEMS
to come and worship with us. time this will be our last meet- fI" .,i.J, ; ./, : t. III. ,.. '' '
You are always welcome.To Ing before conference.Lets :2 DRESSES HAIR II PlACE "oJI. : ","j :....' ', ,(,. .....;,. ,.",,...:..I'IA.,,,. .t.il(" .:,. :,., 1"' ;il'I"J"'.;' k v ,
the sick: Keep the faithin visit the sick and havea Jj/r '."III' II'III"<1 '1'.
God and you shall be healed. word of prayer with them.



22 THEMIAMI TIMES. Friday. November J'i. IV67 T

Washington GetsPowell's ; 4 Bakaminns Missing at Sea In Plan I 100 HUMAN% WIGS '

Four residents of Nassau, Bethel Funeral Home in Nassau Wednesday afternoon and have
> Bahamas have been missingon was pilot of the private not been heard from since. HAIRFULLY
Endorsement a flight from Emma since plane owned by his company. On a call to Nassau before GUARANTEED
last Wednesday afternoon. With Bethel on the lllfated leaving Exumn the group were
Marcus Bethel, owner of the flight was Jesse Bethel, uncleof warned of bad weather in Nas-
But Hot Much MoreUpon Marcus; George Knowles, sau, but decided to make the
aircraft mechanic; and Henry flight anyway because of the
Curry, an employee of the fun beautiful weather at Exuma.
Upon the invitation of Con- is a citizen unless he is a vot- Traffic Toll eral home. I $22
gressman Adam Clayton er," said Powell. "An Immi-
four left Nassau
Powell Tom Washington, Ne- grant t that arrives from Cubaor The men .
Hits 174Dade last Wednesday (Nov 8.) for ;;:,
gro candidate In the Miami Europe Is more than equalto AIRLINES
Island. after leaving
City Commission race, flew an American or anyone who NEED HELP
County trlffic fatality Long Island they flew to Exuma SOLD ELSEWHERE AT
to BiminJ last Friday for an does not vote.
interview" with the veteran New "If you don't vote you are rose to 174 Tuesday when two where they refueled.They took, Train now for an exciting PRICES TO $83.00
York politician. not a citizen. And that's why men were killed in separateauto off from Exunw 4:30 o'clock |lob with the Airlines' or
travel Men and Call writ vt''terC.y.Send .
accidents. agencies
Washington was endorsed by it's a pleasure to talk to you
Powell during the meeting and here in Bimini and to say thatI Boss Brown, 78, of 6l40 SW women age 18.39 neededfor deposit If orderingby
was promised support.The hope you do everything get 67th St., died when he was 4 many exciting jobs; mail.
call for
struck by hit-and-run-car both on ground and in the Beauty shops
candidate said white and black
the endorse- every person
\. ment was the fulfillment of a person to vote because it's go- SW 62nd Ave., and 67th St., in 2 OFFICES. PLUS HOME air. Let us help you get wholesale prices

high school dream.Washington ing to take a new white man anda South Miami. : 5318 NW 2nd AVENUE a good job with securityand DOLLY WIGS
is running a row new black man to build a now Charles Williams,33,0(328 high pay. Send name, : P. 0. BOX 4513
budget campaign. This week helisted world." NW 11th St., was later arrested -, Idea) for doctor,Insurance, address, age and phone MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
contributions to his Powell told Washington by police and charged with etc, Zon.d CM' Very busy number to: 33141
campaign of $150, including' "Ulweire.In Miami, I careless driving and leavingthe location. ALPHA TRAINING
$100 from himself., would look toji: 'person such as scene of a fatal accident. $9,500 SERVICE '8662396Nov.24
"When I was coming up," you, a'person who is trying to David Sanborn, 32, of Fort OWNER 754-8881 20 NE 29th Street, Miamior
the 30-year-old Washington raise the level 'of the people Lauderdale, employed by IBMin call: 373-4239
said, "there were only two, who have been pressed down Miami, was killed when he
l people I could identify myself too'long-both blackand white lost control of his Volkswagon
-- --
with: Jackie Robinson in base- people."' bus and'crashed into a concrete -
ball and Adam Clayton Powellin Washington said"Ithink ,l1lar' at the Golden
politics." T m very fortunate to obtain the Glades interchange., He was AbilityQackground'
Washington asked Powell, endorcement.of, a man such as traveling in northbound lanes. '
on' a tape recorded interview, Powell."" "
what'he thought man's role in The Miamian went deepsea FAMU ALUMNIASSOCIATION
government should be. fishing with Powell while he ,; .. Character
"In the first place, no one was on the Island. TO MEET .'. .,

Florida A & M University '
r Jefferson Stores Filially Gives"Token" Alumni Association will meet : IJ".t.' I r.d." 4 11: next,Saturday Nov 18,at,730
p.m. in the Conference Room : : .
In Job Equality Earl Carroll ,
'. of the Roosevelt Branch the : ;;;
First Federal Savings and : ,:'1 '.' .
Robert Byrd of 660 NW 50th Loan Association. (6015,NW "
Street, a native Mlamtan, has 7th Avenue).
been promoted to the positionof A U members,are Requested 9 "
StwtyhfUyc /oii
assistance,warehouse man- to attend so that plans forJhe e
ager'of the large Jefferson December 2 Grange: Blossom .
Chain Supply Center, at 3700 Classic cad 6e ioinpletedV.* "
NW 62nd Street. He was employed 'V t Robert V, Strapp, chapter Vote 1o.1talfo et44k
back in November 1954 prei/ideaf, is urging the full
Mr. Byrd Is a graduate" cooperation, of the member- :;
Dorsey High, and an Army ship so that the 1967 festivi- 1 too 2967
Veteran. After an Army tour ties can be successful. I' "' .
+ in Germany he returned toJef All' loyal F muana: ,'wiUabe ; m" #', i#, .t Mayor Clark
Person and graduat prefnf this meeting.:
ed from North Dade Junior i" d'I I
College. He is very dedicatedand ROBERT, BYRD
ambitious. At present he '
is enrolled at the University clauses was posting of Jobs; ,

cation of Miami at night.completing his edu- and ranks.upgrading through the NEW BECKET & BEAN'Autoinsurance

Mr. Byrd is also a charter This union won benefit, fin-
member of the Retail, Whole- ally paid off. The members of
sale and Department Store Un- Local 885, and the employees! EMERSONTELEVISION For
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1 Warehouse was organized and owners and management: ;
won its first contract back staff for their foresight.
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I THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 17,1967Miami 23

6 Students Finalists 'In National Achievement Scholarship

Names of 1,028 finalists In dates were nominated directly e
"Greater academic
fourth National Achievement by their schools strengthwas scholarships. visiting programs to includethe ology. .
the and an additional !
apparent in all sections of Names of the commended
schools from which finalists -
Scholarship Program for 2,000 endorsedfor Marilyn Lewis, 1210 NW 5th
the countryLane said. students were sent to all U,S.
and commended students -
outstanding Negro students candidacy by their schools Ct., B. T.Washington, Modern
In 1968 AchievemcntScho- accredited colleges and universities
were announced today by JohnM. after requesting consideration como. This Improves the Languages, now attending
to be announced next
in September. Fur-
students' chances for
of the on the basis of college Northwestern.
Stalnaker president their
March, will be chosen from ther information on each Fin-
the and for financial
National Merit Scholarship national Gail Willinghatn, 2948 NW
MeritScholarshlp among the Finalists.Two hun- alist will be sent to the collegehe aid."
Corporation. More than 250 of Qualifying Test.Selection dred 59 St., Northwestern Sr.,
National Achievement has Indicated interest
a specific
Miami students selected
the students wfll win four-year Committee mem. Drama.
Scholarships are underwrittenby in
attending. These reports -
college scholarships ranging bers with previous experience were: Dwight Elwood Wilson, 1001
in value from $1,000 to$6,000 in Achievement Program FordFoundations grant help colleges in their efforts Sonya Nadine Bethel, 1375 NW 63rd St. Northwestern Sr.
funds and additional awards to locate talented Negro
NW 50th St. Miami
to depending selections said that Sciences.
$1,500 ) the
($250 per year 1967-
are provided by sponsors In students, according to Lane.
on their need. 68 candidates were Pharmacy Brenda Eady, 2259 NW 165
academically the 19 67 program, 55 sponsors Many colleges," Lane said,
Butler 1558
They were selected from even stronger than Betty A. NW 74 St. Miami Carol city Sr. H. S.
underwrote 89 achievement "have expanded their school
St., Northwestern; Sr. Bi
over 35,000 Negro students those in earlier programs,according Mathematics.I' .
from more\ than 4,500 schools to Hugh W. Lane, director -
nationwide. About 3,500 candi- of the program


Drseyites appearedon sey auditorium!
televtsionthisweekreports With the belief thafthe
Mrs. D. Pittman, teacher of good can get better, and the
World Cultures. They made a better can be best,"the mem-
showing for Dorsey as they en- bers of the Student Council are

tered competition against focuslngtheir attention on 9
West Miami Jr., High, and we Improvement and Progress,'
are proud of them. Our TV, says Mr. Harold Bethel,advi
stars are all honor studentsin sor. Officers are as follows:
the Ninth grade. They are: President, Patricia Evans;
Vanessa Anderson, Reginald Vice president, Vanessa
Johnson, Pamela Rizer, and Haynes; Secretary, Denese PRICEIUST.
Ledelia Austen. A little cour- Tucker; Assistant secretary,
age and self-confidence plus a Eddis Timnums; Treasurer,
lot of knowledge will take youa Linda Duhart; Chaplain,
long way,even though you are Pamela I Rizer; Parlimen-
still In school! tarlan, Steve James.

With Thanksgiving Just This weeks student editorial !
around the corner, the holiday .
was written by Patricia Sapp
mood is upon us all. And thus of .
Class 7-14,entitled Why We
'I r/NS Dell
we present notice of the Have Schools. 9 wI'il
Do r s e y Christmas pageant. /T-YT/R.S'ELF QUALITY
Under the direction of MissA. "Our first school was organized -
Vasselle, it will feature the in New England in Colonial 0 /rEMS-t/usT W00B
days. Its chief WWE/ YOU
Dorsey Chorus and 7th grade purposewas ''
Music Classes. "The Story,of to teach the children to NEED 7000 UDDERS
Christmas" will be presentedto read and understand the bible. s
Dorseyltes In the audi- Now we have schools to pre- r 9A E-xflN Ree berdweed pperite
oorium. pare the younger race for life. FOR T 'E mesh ttepl steel red reinforced lUp

Equal as Important,the pag- If education were left to individuals sEi4SON.Med.. / qY.lity s.es.M.d inker.
eant will be staged tor parents there would be many s-FOOT 6-FOOT 4-FOOT 2-FOOT
and the entire community, on more ignorant people in the 40Reg.
Wednesday, evening, at 7:30: ( United States. 798162114311
Dec. 20. Parents please take
notice and spend another The cost of schooling in the $l.$$IRIS. 15.1$ Rec. $4.7$ Reg. $1.51
evening with us at Dorsey It; U. S. A. is about $19.5 billiona
will be an evening long to r-e. year.
member. And don't We should take of
forget our care materials
PTA Meeting this coming to save the governmentand Quality GARBAGE CAN

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urgently requests: your pres can't run. The Federal Government Famous Gordon guaranteed leakproof Beam
ence. Notice will be sent home supports the schools Limit Two Per Customer '
by students to remind you -and the teachers. Without SORRY,NO DELIVERIES
again. At that time you will teachers, we can't learn
hear the Dorsey Chorus present much."
a choral of Thanksgiving Who said a 7th grader
M.isic. Don't (forget the date: couldn't write an Editorial? tiZ; STEEL SHELVING UNITFIVE
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m \24 THE MIAMI TIMES', Friday, Member' 17. 1 1W)

I Miami-Dade Students Get $2 Million/ In Aid LCCC To Initiate-Housing Aid

&.V Financial aid programs and More than l,000students In addition to 518 federally well as a financial "head Rent Problem CenterThe
waivers of tuition totaling worked either on or off cam- funded Cuban Refugee loans start" by attending the summer
nearly $2 million helped 9,196 pus in the 90 per cent feder- totaling $240,915, the local term on full scholarshipswhile Liberty City community (1)) provide advice and; help
Mia m i- Dade Junior College ally-funded College Work- Board of Public Instruction being employed in on- ,Council announced Mr tenants initiate and follow
students hurdle the $$$barri- ,Study program, and another granted 3,320 tuition waiversto campus jobs during the sum- John Gulley has been placed in through actions to resolve
cades during the past year. 270 worked on campus as student Cuban refugee students. mer months.An charge of their housing and housing and rent problems ((2)))
M-DJC President Peter assistants in a college- "The addition of Race Day example of coordinated rent units. establish relationships with
Masiko, Jr. said that 3,893 funded program. funds, together with increased College-Federal program development Mr. Gulley who was formerly state, county and city agenciesand
students shared $1,94,178 in National Defense Student federal funds,enabled the Col- is the John F.Kennedy with the EOPi has been assigned officially deal promptlyand
state, federal and local funds Loans in the amount of $120- lege to serve a larger numberof Memorial program the responsibility to; effectively with immediate
with the remaining 5,138 receiving 793 went to 257 and 80 received students than ever before," under which awards are housing problems: ((3)) to compile -
tuition waivers by action $29,975 in Educational Opportunity Dr. Masiko said. "The available to deserving high information to help the
of the Dade County Boardof Grants. broader financial base also school graduates who serve as sure that no student is denieda council to initiate its Neigh-
Public Instruction. Receipt of the first funds to provided the flexibility needed leaders of pre-school programs college education because of borhood Economic Develop-
Awards dispensed throughthe be received from M-DJC Race to develop 'package pro- in hard core poverty lack of funds," Dr. Masiko ment Program in the area of
College's Office of Financial Days atlocalparl-mutuelrace grams' for groups of students areas within the county while said that procedures have also housing.The .
? Aid included loans,schol- tracks and jai alai frontons from low income families" majoring in education at ,been established between gui- center can be reachedat
1 arships, grants-in-aidand provided scholarships for 789 He cited the operation col- M-DJC. dance counselors and financialaid 693-1995, and will be open
work-study plans.South students, and various com. Head Start Program through Explaining that "the central officers for exit interviewsto from 9-5:00 five days a week
> munlty donors awarded 266 which! 120 disadvantaged stu- commitment of Miami-Dade's prevent dropouts for financial and will be open from 7 -8:30on
scholarships. dents obtained an academic as financial aid program Is to in- reasons. Wednesday each week.
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NewsGwen South Miami Goes To,

Washington, daughterof Bat For Day Care
Rev. and Mrs George
Washington, and Dan Cooper Members of the South Miami diate emergency on the program -
Il\\ were united in holy wedlock City County and local civic since the Dade County
Sunday afternoon at Hurst groups met this morning with School Board had pledged
,'. Chapel AME Church. Rev. representatives of the EOPi to $330,000 to keep the centers A m
W, J. Allen, performed the discuss the Child Day Care operating until January;also
ceremony. The bride was Program emergency in South the supplies and vendors providing -
t given away by her father. Miami South Miami and food would continue
The bride was beautiful in Miami are the only municipalities without compensation.
a gown of white satin with a in Dade County having day Mayor Clyde Taylor stated
flowing train. Beautiful care projects to care for and "the Action Com'nlttee form-
daisies decorated the sleeves feed needy children while their ed Monday morning stand
and hemline of the gown. A parents work.Dino C aras, ready, willing,and able to render -
white shoulder length veil a- area coordinator for the EOPI, any assistance necessaryas F
dorned the head of the bride. To reported there was no Imme soon as requested."

complete her ensemble she ,
chose white satin shoes and '
short white gloves. Carolyn
Call '
Washington, sister of the bride e! ; '
was maid of honor and wore a .
rose colored gown.The bridesmaids CHARLES .r ,tiAK.f R,
wore long hot pink m d y '
gowns with matching shoes. .
The flower girl wore floor ROGERSFOR ,mo"w"
length gowns and carried bas I F'y I
kets of white flowers with pink I .... .. AT' PL 1-7502
bows. The mother of the bride : A GOOP BUY ON A
was beautifuly attired in a twoI I
piece white ensemble beamed PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT

''proudly. The reception follow- I STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
ed at Mathews Center. INSTRUMENTS.
Mt. Moriah Baptist Churchwas
honored with visitors ,r
from Morning Star Baptist of I
Goulds, this past Sunday. The
visitors were Rev. Faison and y
N family and Mrs. Elizabeth
Brooks, from Perrlne. Also in
the congregation were Sister .y
I' Vester L. Jefferies, Mr. and
Mrs. Bennie Benn, and Mrs. J
Tommie L. Seymour.
U Continue to pray for the sick
and shut-ins. Ella Snow, Mrs.
Eliza Gibson, Mrs. Lucile'"Henderson '
rt Mrs. Lettie John-
son, Joe Bryant, and W, M.
+' Knowles.

Hurst Chapel's Men's Day -_
will terminate Sunday, let us
all join in and help them spiri- ,
turally and financially. Their' &' ?2 i
a ,
morning, speaker will be Rev. s 1WE srl'I

E. R. Ferguson,pastor Beluah l
Baptist Church Coconut ;_IF +
Grove. Evening speaker K.D. A 'I i
Brooks, Greater New Mt.Zion ELL HAPPINESS' 'i
AME Church,Homestead.Will
you come out and visit with us. ? u + e 14
tho cmtroadi North-South IzMra.w.y
Builds the House the Labor is CORNER N.W. 54th ST & N.W.3rd AYE
in Vain." Brother Allen Law- Phone 751-7502

ence, chairman and Brother Or 2010 Biscayne Blvd. FR 1.0401 Broward JAZ.513'
.. Issac Burton, co-chair. Din- '. ,
ner will be served following | *
morning service.
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man bom with the gift, Rev. Roosevelt Franklin of Macon, Georgia. It is
through God that I can remove all evil conditions, some questions you may
wish to know Do you need money? Is my sickness natural? Con my husband
stop drinking? Can my wife stop drinking? Can my loved ones be returned
h' ? They call me the (Rootman), but I am only a servant of God. Because
God is the answer to all life's problems. I am the king of all modern
profits. Send for my special selected Bible verses. To be reafan special days.
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Going through the receiving line at the president's reception for the faculty of

Miami-Code Junior College are Howard Carter, left foreground, and Don Briggs,right

I foreground, both of the Language Department. M-DJC President, Dr. Peter Wosifeo,
right, hosted the reception Sunday,Nov. 12, in the Wolfson Learning Resources Center. TURKEY NECKS LB. 14


I Park Teacher. 'Of The YearThe Joan ALLAPATTAH Storr, voice student ELEM at CHICKEN BACKS 5 LB. BOX 39*

the School of Music, University -
Bunche Park Elemen-
of Miami, will appear in
tary School Faculty is baskingin
recital on Sunday afternoon,
the success of their Ameri- Nov. 19, at 4 p.m., atAllapattah TENDER CHICFRYERS
can Education Week Ac- Elementary School,
tivities. The week was high Miss Storr, whose rich
lighted by many: activities.. contralto voice has' been LB2S
On Monday night, at Open- praised by many leading sing-
House, parents received a real
ers, including Tucker -
treat as they viewed slides,
appeared on a Schoolof
taken by Mr.Samuel Stepchns, Music television series last
of their children In their clas
season. She traveled with one,
ses. On Thursday morning the of the University ;singing( PAN 'SAUSAGE
LB. 254
primary grades presented" a groups during this past sums
play, "Safety Elves. Thursday mer and also appeared asi
afternoon the sixth grade' soloist with Ceasar Monlco'

class Teachers.presented' a skit,"Great, band in a Manor park summer DIRR'S GOLD SEALWEINER'S J'

concert. .
c' Mrs. Florence Greer, a A native Miamian who ate FULL LB. PKG. 39
fourth grade teacher, was tended Dunbar Elementary,, *

overcome with Joy and excite-,, With the excitement of AEW' she received a music scholar-,;, "
Jhrtrit is'she:heard the'results week subsiding, we are eagerly -ship from the Unlver lty of
of the faculty poll which named ; awaiting our Color Day, Miami upon graduating' from DIRR'S TASTEESMOKED
her "Teacher of the Year." which is Friday,Nov. 17, Mrs. Book er T. Washington High
'Mjfs,,Greer,a native of Miami, Ada Barnes, Committee School. Miss Storr has contin- SAUSAGE BoX794!
has been a teacher for 24 years chairman, promises great ued to maintain this scholarship -
with 13 of those years at things. .
Bunche Park Elementary.. At The Allapattah PTA, Mrs.
Thursday's assembly she was Mrs. Christine Sands, AEW Louise Goree, president, is
chairman and Mrs. Sylvia S. music lovers from the
presented with a beautiful cor- inviting
sage of pink carnations. Lambert, principal. entire Dade and Drowud area ROLL SAUSAGE LB. 39
to enjoy the full end thrilling $

I DEDICATION AT DREW JR. HIGH SUNDAYThe voice of this promising young
artist. Tickets are available
dedication of CharlesR. auditorium. from the PTA members at Al GOLDEN RIPE YELLOWBANANAS
Charles R. Drew is one of
Drew Junior High School lapattah Elementary School.
will be held Sunday, Nov.19, Dade Count y's most unique +SJ
high schools, with the latest in 2 25*
at limited 2:30 and space 4:30: p.m.parents Due and to educational innovations and MIAMI NORTHWESTERN"Good s

guardians of students have been facilities, and serves studentsin morning, Miami
invited to attend one of the two grades six through nine.The Northwestern Senior High
ceremonies scheduled to be print ipal ofthis$2million School, may I help you?"This
held in the newly-completed plant is Dr. Johnny L. Jones. is the cheerful greeting you 5 LB. SACK 496,
receive whenever you call
Hotel Northwestern Senior High,and
occupancy rate in the
the owner of this pleasant and
United States runs appronIn 1950 Gwendolyn
mately 60 percent with the exwas the first Negro woman to melodious voice is Mrs.Doris SUNSHINE SWEETSUGAR
ception of New York City, receive a Pulitzer .Prize Lee Yaeger, PBX Operator.
where it is 70 per cent. Mrs. Yaeger, though saddled 5 LB. SACK. 39t
with a tremendous responsibility -
o ... A ,.. .''' !y' .1 .: : .I"" "' ''''' ."' always has a kind and ALE LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 ORDER OR MORE
'. ,,, helping word for everyone cal-
.., J" I' A.. .g"-\!
J' + ling the school.CARNIVAL .



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,. .r.. Carver Y

I '\It'' .1 ; iI'
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( LAID Ranches .


Friday, Nov. 10, muted the grand opening of the new Basin By WoUtr Bow. "
Street East (formerly Birdland). Jackie Wilson charmed the JERRY STERNI
audience with his comical antics, his version"Danny Boy" The Star of Bethlehem Bap- .
left the audience spell bound. Jackie's latest recording of tist Church, West Hollywood, .'. .
"Your love keeps lifting mo higher and higher" Is one of the Rev I.W,Hepburn,pastor, invites I :'"
top ten recordings across the country. Miss Linda Jones whose you to its first annual '" ,; ,
recording of "Hypnotized" has brought her Into the spotlightof ,Women's Day, Sunday, Nov
recording success, was also on hand. Miss Jones Is a beau- 19. The morning speaker will
tiful blond and her voice has a dynamic quality similar to that be Dr. I. G. Pratt, and the
Jackie Wilson and Linda evening speaker will be Mrs.
of Etta James. Jones staged another ':" ',7,
show on Saturday night. The Basin Street East will present Ruth MiDonald. Mrs. Esther t;" .4n
Sam and Dave on Dec. 16th. Ramsey Is chairman.Congratulations .
The Ground Breaking Ceremony of the Sweeting Museum to Mr. and .
the Sweeting Estate was held Sunday,Nov.12,at 3:30 p.m. The Ms. Cleopheus Smtth on the I .
Rev. Edward T. Graham, pastor of Mt, Zion Baptist Church of opening of his new and most heartily Urge
Miami: was guest speaker. Among those in attendance were: fabulous diner In Hallandale at _
Mrs. Easter Lily Gates, Mi-, and Mrs. E. Starr, Dr. Harold 104 NW 9th St. and First Ave.
Dinky, Mayor Edmund Burry, Mt,and Mrs.Harold C. Creghton When you are up that way, stop !F Mall
and many other dlstlnqulshed persons. The Dillard High by for a snack on the weekend.VFWPostNo.8195willhold.
Chorus provided entertainment.The my friends to
Elks Club of Fort Lauderdale begins grooving on Fri- Its regular meeting Sunday, I
day night, Nov. 17 when M. C. McGUl's Progressive Court No. Nov. 19, at3:00p.m.Allmlm.
240 sponsors a Banquet and Fashion Show beginning at 9;00 bers are urged to be present.
p.m. On Saturday night the Queen of Queens Club will sponsora The Flamingo Club of West ..
pre-Thanksgiving Dance and on Sunday afternoon the Zeta Hollywood will hold Its end-of- 1 '
Ami Kae will sponsor a Fashion Show beginning at 5.00 p.m. the month party at VFW Poston .' ", ,, : Aa(U U94fVOTE
Friday, Nov. 17. You are
BIRTHDAY PARTYOn cordially Invited.
The Carver Ranches Child
Friday, Nov. 10 at 4:00 p.m.the paticipants born In Nov. Welfare Center, 21st St. and
were honored with a birthday party at Dillard playground. Bob- 48th Ave., is very pleased to FOR
by Heard, Michael Lewis, Gloria Davis, Barbara Jones and
announce Open> House on Nov.
Jimmy Palmer all celebrated their birthdays, while approxi-
20, from 7 to 9 p.m.,program
mately 200 invited guests; took part In the activities that were at
scheduled. Next week's special event will be a square dance. 8.The Carver Ranches community ,-

extends sincere thanksto
WESTERN DAY the merchants in the vicinity JERRY STERNFOR
Boys and girls, you are invited outto an exciting adventureat please cornel Faye Marsh,director -
Sunland Park Playground, Friday, at 345 p.m. A Western ,
Day is designed for your entertainment. Prizes,stunts,games
and many other activities will be conducted for your enjoy-
ment. Causes of Racial


Walker playground Newcomb Ball team met with the Mighty
Lincoln' playground Newcomball team, Tuesday, Nov. 7. The DiscussedThe
team showed great progress in team playing, which had been Miami a CommissionerGroup
stressed during practice. In the firsthalfof game, Walker Florida Council on Human .
showed great up-life, but in the second half, the team showeda Relations will sponsor .
great let-down. As we have said before,"Maybe next time." open meeting Monday,Novetn. : < ., i.
ber 20, 8 p.irf.atSt.tephen's: '.VI ;. 'III,
RELAYS FOR ALL Episcopal Church, McFarlaneRoad .J, I 3 ,'. '
At Walker,playground, the week was climaxed with a day of Coconut Grove. ,
relays on Friday, Nov. 7. The captains of the two teams were The topic for discussion Is,
Gervln Field and Vernon Benard Gadson, both are good junior "The Causes of Racial Pre- .,
leaders. The activity was conducted by Miss Dorothy L. Ellis, jedice." It will be divided Into "
leader. two sub toplcsj"Canracial : \t: :: '\, '.i I ; .'.: ).,
prejudice- be prevented?' "Can A tl" o IJtuUt :
SUNLAND PLAYGROUND a person with racial prejudice 7tMhf4d4t1;
really be changed?"
Attention all boys and girls living in the vicinity of Sunland The panelists are: Dr. Jack "
Park. Did you know your playground is open not only, Monday Kapchan, psychologistchairman Robe ei All ti,act IJUf' Stow-:, ..'

through Friday, but Saturday? The morning is filled with fun, ,Division of Social '. 1' ,_,,'
games and excitement from 9:00 a.m until 12:00noon. ThereIs
an opportunity to learn new and exciting games for your Sciences, University of Miami .
pleasure. Why'don't you come out participate in this won- ; Mrs. Eleanor Lopton, ,,1
derful enjoyment? Prizes are given every other Saturday, Assistant Area Director,
sometimes every Saturday. So como, one and all to Sunland American Jewish Committee; ,
playground. Arthur N. Teitelbaum, Regi- I'
onal Director, Anti-Defamation Be a good citizen and be
Allen At-
League;George .
D. J. A-GO-Go CLUB ,"
President Broward ,.
The D. J. A-Go-Go Club met at 730 p.m. and made plans torney I'
for "The Horn of Plenty Dance"tobe held Tuesday, Nov 14, County Chapter, Florida Sure to Vote Nov. 21 : ,
for the benefit of charity. Admtssionwas stipulated at one can Council on Human Relations. ;
good per person. All can goods will be put into baskets and John R. Rethea will be moder-
given to needy families for Thanksgiving. Nov. 21,is the date ator.
set for the Thanksgiving Ball, the first semi-formal affair Come ready to express your
given by the club this season. opinion.IF .


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28 THE MIAMI TIMES.. Friday. November 17. 1967. . ._n__ __ ___" .._._
Construction of multi- Jr., president of Flagler System (OTICE 2 STORES TO SERVE IUImi

million dollar, 13-story hotelon Inc. The 240-room() hotel
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I 20. Story book children Billy Vera/JudyClay Chisholm High School, New Goulds. .. no ti.-ins, no hairpullint, clean and unspoiled toys with
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t 21. Just a matter of time Benny Latimore San Antonio. Airman .- Ideals' Hands Down .. . . .. .. 2.59

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27. Keep the ball rolling Jay & Techniques AFB, Tex. He is remaining at ..... Ideals' N.F.& Football/ Game . .. .. . . 2,59
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29. My ship is coming in Walter Jackson Training Center for specialized ,..!,: ,
30. Mr. Dream Merchant
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31. Honey Chile Martha & Vandellas 1962 graduate of Northwestern .

32. In and out of love Supremes Senior i High School, attended 2r JJ
33. A lasting love Otis
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35. What about you 0. V. Wright Bush of Miami. ..+

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MIAMI TIMES Friday, November 17, 1967 29
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Spearing with. .., M Rattlers to face Grumbling

I'I ,

.t ; Tigers in Classic:

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aIf Florida A&M University The two teams met In 1955 season with a 70-12 drubbingof

f BY HARRY SPEAR -- president George W.Gore, Jr. and in 1963, each winning one Wiley college.
I Ir
'has announced that Gambling game They have also defeated; Al-
College of gambling, La.will vorn A&M 13-7, Prairie View
r $10,000 HURRICANE HANDICAP be the Rattlers opponent in the The Tigers have a 7-1 sea- 13-10, Tennessee State 26-24,
. 35th Annual Orange Blossom son record as one of the lead- Mississippi Valley 64-0, Texas
OPENS TROPICAL Classic which will be playedin ing Negro powerhouses in the Southern University 20-14

, There Is a strong likelihood that racing fans attending the Miami's OrangeBowlon nation Last Saturday they and Arkansas AM&N 39-13.
i opening day races at Tropical Park on this Saturday will be in December 2.FAMU. capped their seventh win of the Their lone defeat came at the

for an unusual sight. For at least three of the main contestants hands of Jackson State 20-14.

expected to go postward in the $10,000 Hurricane Handicap Florida I A&M has an out-

are the same trio that ran one, two, three in the 12th running Jake Gaither Rallies To Beat standing 6-1 season record,
of this race opening day 1965. after upsetting Southern University !

The three thoroughbreds are Mrs.Charles F. Parker's Pol- Gets Broken LegCoach Saturday night, 36-25W;
lux, C. 0, Viar's Bay p h a n t o m,and T h r e e U Stable's Com- Southern; FaceBethuneCookman The Rattlers have also defeated
miinique. In that bygone race of two years ago Pollux with joc- : Allen UJ'verslty 44-0,.
key Jorge Velasquez won a length and one half decision over Jake Gaither of Fla. South Carolina State 25-0,
Bay Phantom with Ronnie Campbell who in turn was a neck A & M University underwent Alabama A&M 45-36, Morris
forward of Communique with Ray Broussard. Communique had surgery at a hospital in Tal- Brown 43-0,and A&TState

won the 11th running of the Hurricane Handicap a year earlier. lahassee on Wednesday for an Tallahassee. The Rat- could do little wrong Saturdayas University of North Caolina
The 1967 edition of the $10,000 Hurricane Handicap will injury he suffered during a 636. Their only loss was to
tlers of Florida A&M University they amassed 219 yards on
be the 9th race on the program unless nominations force a splitas football game Saturday night. had to come-from-behind the ground and 119 via the air powerful Tennessee State.
has been the case for the past five years. 18 Gambling is led by half-
in the fourth quarter to win lanes. FAMU also gained
Post time opening day and every day for theTropical park Son pins ware to be put in their sixth game of the sea- first downs in the contest backs Essey Johnson, Henry
meeting will be 1:15 p.m. his leg which was broken five son before a capacity crowdat which saw the lead exchangedfive Jones and Charles Berkins.
inches below the knee in an Johnson has 301 yards in 45
HOW AM I DOING AT FLAGLERThe Bragg Stadium. times.
out-of-bounds play. ; Jones has 449 yards'in
The Rattlers needed a fourth The defensive unit of Florida -
91 carries while Berkins
first two:: quarterfinal rounds in the$112,000 Inter- quarter surge to capt the 36- A&M was also outstandingas ,
national Classic at Flagler were scheduled on Wednesday and The 63-year-old coach, 25 victory over tough Southern they held the powerful has garnered 318 yards in 58
whose record is carries.
Saturday of this week and the question before the house was; 185-32-4, was University of Baton Rouge, La Southern team who camp into
hit by three four Quarterback James Harris
How are they going to stop Eddie Alderson's Xandra. or playersas Trailing 25-20 going into the the game favored to win,to only
he stood has 59 of 133
She posted her best time Saturday when she won In 37.47. on the sidelines as fourth quarter, FAMU led by nine first downs The Tigers completed pass
Southern attempts for 893 Harris
Copier, who ran second to her In the$25,000 Taunton American University inter reserve quarterback Ken gained only 82 yards on the yards.

Derby, was In against her In this one but wound up fifth.In cepted a Rattler pass. Riley, scored 16 points in the ground and 137 yards in the has The passed Tigers for have 11 touchdowns.lone
two years of campaigning in major stakes, Xandra has final period.
Assistant air.FAMU test
Coach Pete remaining before the
consistently licked the best of the regulars, so if she's to be Riley, who won his starting was plaqued by other
Griffin is for Classis that will be
carrying on Gai- -- against
jilted out of the $30,000 winner's pot In the Flager Classic, spot because of his brilliant miscues though as they had two
ther who has been coach at Southern Saturday. The Rattlers
the one doing the j jilting may well be a young pup like Happy performance last week inA&M's passes intercepted and lost
FAMU since 1945. still must face Bethune-
Stutz' Enfanta. 63-6 drubbing of A&T two fumbles which led to
Cookman and
This months-old youngster, who was practically unheardof College of North Carolina Southern touchdowns. Texas Southern College Saturday
before the Classic began,scored her second impressive; victory State, connected on two touch- The Rattlers tacethestrongBethuneCookman Universitynext
In the International Actor Sean ConneryJamesBond down Wildcats at Saturday in the Tampa
competition last Saturday night when passes and ran for a
the defeated Broadway Gena and Clarless in 37.56. ) commutes to Nassau in third. Tallahassee, Saturday night. Classic.

That was the third best time of the night, being topped only the Bahamas every few weeksor Both of R i il!e y' s touchdown

by 0. B.'s Private John andXandra,herself. In their meet- so, and is such a frequent tosses, one for 47 yards,went
ing last Wednesday, Xandra defeated Enfanta by four lengths, sight in town that few take any for 47 yards, went to All-
but the latter was bumped on the break and delayed slightly notice of him -- which is what American end John Eason.
in he likes.He spends most of his iced the win
getting underway.Next Riley on a keeper MoflimpCon'
to Enfanta, the biggest surprise of the qualifying com. time puttering with boats near for a;one-yard touchdown
.petition wa the Jordan Kennel's Go Norma,who took her sec- Paradise island where part of play wittv?four minutes !left to

ond win of the Classic series andber eighth of the season Saturday the movie "Thunderball" was play. / I INlli

nlriit.- filmed The Rattlers offensive unit

HARRY'S HOT DOGS Orange BlossomSet Classic Parade

MEDIOCRE: Won his first graded start in Saturday's matinee

and should keep right on winning.He's a litternnte to Enfantat REPAIRS
For This
LibertyClassic City Year
SANSAR Another youngster who looks like he's bound fora
high rating.
BIG BAD .Long overdue. Theme; "FAMU Starting at 17th Ave. and 50
Expo '67: Go! Rattlers Gol! St., north on 17th Ave. to 62nd STEREO
SENOR CHAVEZ Just missed in his last. at a good _
price. St., east on 62nd St., to 15th

CRIMSON ROCKET A hot one. Could hit next time/ out. Ave., north on 15thAve.to71st I
St., east on 71St.St.,to L RADIO
12th Ave.

GABLES WAS MY CHOICEAll The group will then disband. \ .
All groups, organizations and a
along I had picked Gables the number one team. Well individuals planning to participate -
last week they showed 39,200 football fans their ability. It wasa in the parade are reminded
hard battle for both team: with the Cavaliers coming out on of the deadline for entry

top 16-0. Second ranked Miami suffered its first defeat after Nov 21.No entry will par-

seven victories and it cam as a setback last year to the ticipate, if it is not completely -

Gables. This was the first time the Stingarees went scoreless a7 dec orated. Threeprizes
since 1964 when Edison blanked them 9-0. Craig Curry, Bill will be awarded for the best-

Colson, Bill Emmons, did the scoring for the Gables. Nick decorated floats.This year the
Kotys boys came all fired for this game from start to finish. Classis Theme is: FAMU Expo AMERICA FURNITURE
To single any one player out would be hard. They all did their '67: Gol Rattlers Gol

share towards this outstanding victory.The victory leaves only For further information 2300 NW m $L
Thanksgiving morning gamo with Southwest standing between aperfect contact t .William J. Stirrup,
season for Gables.A victory over Southwest would: send William J. Stirrup, parade 3301 Charles Ave., telephone
the Cavaliers into the first round of the state playoffs Dec. 1, marshal for the Orange Blos- 444-0478.

against district 7AA winner. This should be worth you while som Classic, has announcedthat

seeing because Southwest has a mighty powerful team. They the 35th Annual Orange %

were undefeated before they ran up against Miami.And ra<,ght Blossom Classic parade route
want to spoil it for Gables for Saturday, December 2, will
be held in Liberty City.

The assembling area for

METRO RECREATION BASKETBALL floats is Minor Park locatedon
12th Ave.and 50th St.Head- '
quarters for all bands will be rti Afternoon and Night
Allapattah Junior High Schoolon
NW 46th St. and 12th Ave. :1
The Lincoln Gardens Spoilers ended a two game losing :
Route of the parade is as fol- EachSatNrdy
streak Monday night by defeating the Hustlers, 83-65, at Racing
Brownsville Junior High in the Metro Recreation Basketball lows:

League.The .

Spoilers, led by Fish parry and Mickey Golden who HURRY! OWN HOME BY ,
scored 21 and 18 points respectfully, clinched least a tie XMAS

for first place with only one game remaining. 7
The Spoilers' star guards Willie Wuitey and Mickey Rivers, plus, SAVE $5,000 In 1968 x

saw limited action because of injuries. Roy Floyd scored a CBS Homestead 2 bedroom Exemption, large Tax Flo, ;.., $112,000.00 CLASSIC NOW IN PROGRESS qpE TAI

game high of 27 points. room, private entrance used
Here are the standings: for extra bedroom. Due
Therm Wall Oil fur nance,
$650, tile roof
cost carport *
TEAM WON"LOOT GB large lot fenced,beautiful
(scrubs and tr.e.. Only
Spoilers M,.**:' 'e 2.- $400 down, $88 month,
I 3 11/2 county tax, minuted to I
Raiders 4
school, etc. 2467 NW 101st
Hustlers 3 3 2 Owner.
Celtics 1 6 4 1/2


30 THE MIAMI TIMES:. FrlJov.. NrwanJier 17. 19A7

$600 Down $85 Month 1113 NW 3rd AVE. FR 4-9998
% 4127 NW 23rd Avenue Through its Advance Course, nowmakes it possiblefor $300 Down $95 MonthIncludes
Lovely CBS, V OCOllt,Mov. In you to learn in a few short lessons. ) Taxes and Insurance
DANCE AND SHOWThe *** *'* *
((1)) Advance methods in hairstyling ((2)) Hair and scalp
3 bedroom 2bath beauty
Clover Club will pre- No Closing Cost$400down$98me. analysis ((3)) Correct procedures and techniques for ,
sent its Sixth I Anniversary 8720 NW 14th .pays all permanent (chemical) hair straightening ((4)) Improved Carport,. just painted. Many other extras.
Thanksgiving Dance and Showon Avenue methods In thermal hair culture ((5)) How to eliminate
Wednesday, November: 22 Nice* *CBS* *,* big* *corner* lot failures in hair coloring ((6)) Hair cutting techniques ASK FOR EUGENE KEMP
from 10 p.m. until? At the ; ((7)) Make up. How to blend and match make-up suitable Daytime 635-4595
Knight Beat Club, 276,NW 6th $500 Down for individual skin tones. How to apply eyelashes, Nite time 691.0789
Street. Formal or semiformal No qualifying or closing cost and eye brows ((8)) Correct sitting and standing pos
dress Admission: Advance 1457 NW 50th Street ture ((9)) How to handle commercial hair (wigs, etc.)
$2.00 and $2.50 at door. Lovely CBS Vacant Sales and services. Expert matching, blendqg, color. FORD REAITYINC. Broker
'/1; For reservations and tickets, ** ** **** Ing and styling techniques.Look .
call, A. Camon 757-6442 or $1,000 Down for BeautForum Coming Soon 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635.4595

Mrs. Evans make 6934770.To No qualifyingor closing cost Nome . . .. ... .. .. oi .. . .

4 night of entertainment this a complete, our 1115 NW 38th Street Address . . . . . . . .
.... featured guests will be Wild- .4 bedrooms, furnished This coupon It good for foe. valu. when tuition I I. paid
man Steve and His Revue,Ella Ills I rt yl" .

Washington, The Blue Notes ALLAPATTANREALTY ..,..,....!11.
and the African Dancers. ..
Come out and enjoy ourselves. / !r::"!::"''" ,"ic "'I ," 'If.fI.J'1.- "' : ;'" iI', ',.) NO CLOSING COSTS ON THE FOLLOWING

'R'E m'1iM $35t DOWN $88 MO. CBS Beauty, 3 bedroom,
I large Fla room, dining room, utility room, appliance -
Bwg A H .Toda7af; !:"""," L:: i"it, iIROIE *, air cond., newly painted, fenced. FHA.

CBS BEAUTY. Large 1 bedroom home. Can
((1)) 3850 NW 170th St. $300 down, 3 bedroom easily/ bemade Into3 bedrooms.Fla room, diningroom

": FHA terms. ttPAJi, utility room, appliances painted.Only, air cond.$11,500FHA., extras.Garagefencednewly .

((2)) 3401 NW 178th St. $500 down. Move in. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS $250 down.
Most beautiful 2 bedroom, 2 bath home in best
NICE CBS, 3 BEDROOM, dining room, utility
+ ((3)) 5430 NW 15th Ave. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, neighborhood. Fla room, carport, ,jalousie windows room, garag.lprlnkler, fenced, $10,500 total.
oil/ heat
Fla room. stove, air FHA price Bank financing.NO .
lI $14,000, $340 down, $86.91 month.

((4)) 1498 NW 59th St. $200 down. Move In. -,':% SELLER*PAYS"ALL; CLOSING 'COSTS ? QUALIFYING., $1,000 cown, CBS duplex

.t 3 bedroom house. Pay $25 week. '[Neat 2,: bedroom:CBS 'largejFla: ''.room,' the f roof f, 3 bedroom and 1 bedroom. Can also be used a a
fA' [city! ;" wat rond.aiiopump, andwe1I,\for. ,your ard,, 4 bedroom, 2 bath for large family./ $90 month.
((5)) 3150 NW 56th St. $150 down., $23 wk. store" ,t;*';;refrigeratorair? *"> I ,-V conditioner.* ; ,..;.;,BargainTatJFHA"* /.r/ $8,000 total.

Large house. Fence yard. $9,6b0$3Q0, ; o wrt, and., ,,y59.bS L,!,, th,:. ,:f NO
QUALIFYING. CBS duplex. 3 bedroom, W

SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS bath, built-in/ oven and range, large dining room.
((6)) 3261 NW 48th Terr. 3 bedroom, 2 bath
2 bedroom
1566 NE 153rd Terrace. Pretty 2 bedroom CBSin 1 bath all furnished. Reduced to
home. $300 down, FHA terms.
$17,500. Reasonable down.
Washington Park. Tile roof, awning windows,
hardwood Moors. Have made like newl FHA bar-
((7)) 2153 NW 49th St. $195 down. Move In.f gain at $11,000, $350 down, 68.31 mo. Vacant. 2 HOUSES ON I LOT. No qualifying. $100 mo.
Large 3 bedroom, newly painted. 1 bedroom and

r R'' R E IMTSSA ;,SELLER1? PAYS;,AtL CL0SW6 COSTS_ garage. $12,500 total. Reasonable down.

'f r: ft:. a so weekr '' ,NW4\hAvt; ';;Lovely 2rbedroon*CBS right WE HAVE MANY OTHER, GOOD BUYS
14460 4W,22rid, v A artm $16 wk.4rf nest toy ch0olITil 'roof;"carport, awning win* $100 DOWN FOR VETS & DISPLACED PERSONSEtLjf
dove: air'"conditioner stove refrlgefotor.' FHA M .

$13Y00OR$40Q'downpndt$80.81'mohfh', : ,,
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Modem 4 bedroom 2 bath CBS, front porch, car
port, jalousie windows, wall to wall carpeting, 42nd NW '{ 7 Ai 1J j
fenced Bargain at $13,000 FHA, $400 down and tr'eira
$80.82 month.

IL 'SALL? C Q9ING Cf 1'Savel
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dews tprresq kf chalot ofcebine Realtors
lerg, lao4sca'pedtot) F lA price only __ --
$1ZSOO M'' 4+9ttewn.a I $77A1 month 8901 NW 10th Ave. FHA $450 down.One mortgage at
$93.33,monthly. Call for appointment.

( Modern 3 bedroom CBS at 1481 NW 43rd St. Garage, 4 bedroom, 2 bath,CBS,$5 00 down seller pays closing

s,. f| lil open front porch, tile roof, large fenced yard. costs, 1 mortgage at $69.00 monthly.
Ownerhas bought larger home and nust sell this
one. Price $14,500. $1,500 down and take over 2285 NW 89th St. 2 bedroom CBS, only $10,500 with
r t 1 $1,500 down. No qualifying. Call
( FHA payments of $97 month pays all. to see.

: tit 3 bedroom CBS, like new, only $300 down with one f

I If f +'3' 1 liolir Cfli r arhttsPfiq's.fhetr mortgage at $55.16 monthly. Like new.

LITTLE RIVER DRIVE ; a Ituu x e p''ll$r 8711 NW 21st Ave. Only $8,000 cash, 3 bedroom, 2
baths, ormay be divided with rental unti.
.4 bedrooms,2 bath, garageair cond., Fla room,
screened patio, carpeting FHA terms. Best buyin NO QUALIFYING NO RED TAPE 2 bedrooms, large Fla room, carport, hardwood floors,
area. Open ..5 Sunday. Modern 3 bedroom CBS in beautiful new area. FHA $350 down and $71;52 monthly.

1941 NW 88 STREET Terrazzo floors, jalousie windows, awnings,
Extra large corner, 2 bedroom, huge Fla room, stove, air conditioner, wall to wall carpeting. 6948 & 50 NW 5th Ave. 2 full size houses on one big
carport, $450 down FHA. Vets $100 down; Bargain at $12,000 with $1,000 down and take lot. 2 bedrooms, 2 bath and 2 bedrooms, 1 bath Bank
over FHA payments of $82 month pays all. financing.

1351 NW 51 TERRACE T IihNM! MO# 2 bedroom, CBS, only $1,000 with bank terms, 2258 {I
a 2 bedroom, Fla room, carpeted, Manor Park *W area. NW 78th St. Must sell. Make
FHA terms. Vets $100 down. W! leqrre 'a J( 2P 4+ ,SE o d iruatrirMlrar rwl' tJ offer.
[>;il4iBg.Vat'you'Vcn'; buy;wltt, oi UffittTljlJ$ O"; OTHER HOUSES FHA TERMS
3120 NW (12 AVENUE rdoTiTLlve free intone apartment And collect I in SELLER PAYS CLOSING COSTS
[come fcem'e 't others.He ltd to94 Movs'ryght l is
t" Beautiful 2 bedroom, Fla room, garage, enclosed Th es crr Yperfectoar"t;f etlredcouplet; ICoame EMJ DOWN MONTH PRICE BEDRMS BATHS
front porchvets $100 down. Don't pass this up. $300 $65.43 $10,500 2 1

WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES- $350 $68.31 $11,000 2 1
1861( NW 42 STREET $350 $70.24 $11,300 3 1
1 bedroom duplex. Almost new. Only $11,000 $350 $71.52 $11,500 2 1
FHA terms. Live rent $450 $86.91 $14,000 3 2
..','" 'y 'v'," '<1..1',,!.,"\.''',I""t. MAY BUY WITH LOWER DOWN PAYMENT !
9440 Little River Drive. No qualifying, 2 bedroom i,"4 1f4. r aREALYAs
large Fla room, move right in. f : WE ARE OPEN DAILY. INCLUDING SUNDAYS .

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE .. ,j,(pf;x Universal Real r
this week Choice Selections Estate Inc.
New VA list out (
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CLASSIFIED FHA Reward for Information lead-
ADS NOTICE B HEREBY GIVEN ing return or return

I t $9.000 that the undersigned,engagingIn large, female German Shep- '

: 15 WORDS OR LESS SI.5O. 5C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. 3 bedroom$300 DOWN 2 bath PAYMENT frame unfurnished business under the name of herd, lost vicinity I Minor

WEDNESDAY NOON open 1-5 Sunday. 2222 NW 79th Street, MIami 2164 or 691-9212.
I" 11\I\
728 66th St. Florida Intend to
Call Mr. WilsonJ. ter the said cam with the

2 CBS beauties on 1 lot. Livein Exceptional Investmentfor 1151 NW 89th Street CBS, 3 K. Realty(Realtors) Clerk of the Circuit Court of

one, rent freel! Rent from bedrooms, g a ra g e,the roof, Dade County, Florida,and with

other enough to pay oft mort- Doctors, Attorneys, Medical oak floors, stove, refrigerator Sacrifice, leaving town. Love- the office of the Secretary of $250
gage. Front home, 2 bedroom Clinic, Insurance, Sales: Con- screened pool, must be ly 3 bedroom, picture window, State. Dated at Miami, Florida

bath, Fla. room, carport tractors, etc seen today. FHA $17,000.00 fence, awnings, sprinklers, this 20th day of October 1967. $76

Rear house 1 bedroom, Fla. Use well-appointed, air-con- only $700.00 down(Vets $300) central heat, garage, hard- Month
torn. Fenced yard. Must wood floors eat-in kitchen
room, No Closing costs. $104.55 ,
ditioned offices
(can providetwo BREAKERS 2 bedroom CBS hardwood
seel! FHA, $500 down $96 mo. suites in monthly be first call Aetna air conditioned bedroom, tile CORP. -
) rapidly expand-
Atlantic and Pacific Realtors ing area, middle income peo- Realty (Broker,) 811 NW 54th roof, near buses and schools, Thomas Davis, president floors, factory

666-0411. ple. St., phone: 757-5724, open 7 FHA, $600 down. 9001 NW 9th cabinets with built-in

Get rental Income for mortg- days. Ave. range. Comer 3 lots
pretty 3 bedroom, 1 bath,CBS CHILD CARE
age, taxes, etc ($2820 space near bus, schools and
tile roof, hardwood floor now leased) Rear yard to rent. NO QUALIFYING FOR RENT Child day care in my home. shopp ing. No closing r''!
fenced corner lot FHA. Your child-will be given the
2 bedrooms partly furnished.
'edroom house with large costs.
$13,000, $400 down, $80 mo. prominent Corner $600 down, $75 month. Drive best of care. 759-8335. Indef.
veterans or displaced persons Heavily travelled artery. NE Fli. room, perfect condition, Drive by:
by 1837 NW 69th Terrace and
$100 down. Atlantic and Pacific corner.'NW 54th St. 5th Ave. stove and refrigerator,$28.00 Single Widowed Divorced?
call Paul Mow r e y, Broker a week unfurnished no small 2241 NW 88 STREET
Realtors 666-0411. WRITE
751-6291. children prefer adults only.
Call 754.6277.Furnished .
Beautiful home, fit for a King! FHA $300 down. 2 bedroomsand CENTERP.

3 bedroom, 2 bath, screened large back room with CBS BEAUTY 0. Box 1083 Main office 691-6166

patio, tile roof, 2 car garage, shower. Can be used asa3 FHA terms $17,000 with $700 room. 696-4058 Miami, Florida 33101
bedroom. Extra down, beautiful 2 bedroom 2 Nov. 24
formica kitchen, with built in large Fla.
bath with 2252 Room In private home for a
huge Fla.room,
stove, oven and dishwasher carport. Total price
NW 96th Street Drive then nice working lady. 691-0425.
many extras no closing cost. only $10,000 and $93.83 month
all.Arthur call to see first time offered
FHA $900 down $116 month. pays
it won't last. Call 1 bedroom apt. furnished,
3245 99th Tubin anytime, A. CARLTOHREAUY
Drive by NW St. Ph. Broker 691-
adults only. MU 1-7001.
Ben-Kori Realtor 751-2243.
666-0411 for appointment At- 47857906 NW 7th Ave.phone locka.

lantic and Pacific Realtors. anytime. '
down Like to have two settled men
$7,800 only $900
Brand new fine quality 3 bed- 520 NW 47th ST.
and month all to share room or man and wife
a large
room, 2 bath home. North of 3 bedroom CBS, Fla. room, pays ,
settled and dependable.Chris- (BROKER)
enough for big family, fenced
tile roof hardwood floors
on lot at jal-
expressway open ,
tian home 1400 NW 4th St.
yard clean Fla.
very ,
4015 NW 24th Avenue. Phone ousie windows Modern kit-

builder, PL 1-3604. Indef. chen hasallappliances and dinning I room large kitchen 634-4257. J 635-3/77

built in dishwasher FHA price back porch, 2 bedroom CBS.Don't .
$13,500 with $450 down and pay rent buy this today.A. Respectable man for nice Ht Serves Miami

No closing cost. Fine home for $83.71 month. Veterans BenKori, Realtor call any- room. Call after 5:30. 691-
large family. bedroom,extra only time 751-2243. 3552.
large Florida room. Maybe $100 down. Arthur Turbin, fit A CBS 3 bedrm, 2 both, beautiful Fla rm,

used as 4th bedroom enclosed Broker 691-4785, 7906 NW 1 bedroom efficiency,furnished. !liv rm, K, din area, vtil I area and room, cpt. Corn.

front porch, 1 bath CBS, tile 7th Ave. phone anytime. 4 BEDROOM 2 BATH Free lights and water. er. $16,000, $600 down, $98.78 month.

roof, hardwood floor, wall to FHA terms $18,000 this is a $18.50 weekly. Call Mrs.
wall carpet,fenced. FHA$14- FROM $100 DOWN pool home with lots of extras, Roundtree, 691-2650. FHA CBS 3 bedrm, lYl} both, lovely home, NE

000, $450 down$86 month Vetsor ALL FHA & VA LISTINGS fenced and corner and patio, area, $12,900, $300 down, $80.82 month.
3 &4 bedrooms 1 & 2 baths you should see. A. Ben-Kori,
displaced persons $100 1 bedroom efficiency,furnished. -
down. Phone now before it is Arthur Tubin, Broker, 691- Realtor,call anytime 751-2243 $13.50 weekly. 2010 NW FHA CBS 3 bedrm, 1 bath, K, din area, liv rm,

too late. Atlantic and Pacific 4785, 7906 NW 7th Ave. phone 86th Street. Cau Kirs. Round- terr firs, cor.beauty.$12,500$300 down, $78.25
Realtors 666-0411. tree 691-2650. m o.

3 bedroom 2 baths Fla. room
2374 NW 85th Street Big 3 2 bed,. 1 both liv K
FHA CBS porch
rm cpt. ,
canal Roomer
Open House. Sunday. 3-6 p.m.: 'on the central aft and over 45. Nice roomin
bedrooms, Fla. room, tile Ige. grounds. $10,000, $3 00 down. $62.22110.
1220 NW 88th St. 3 bedroom, roof, oak floors,built-range heat, hardwood floors. Large private home phone: 633-
all conventionalwith eatin kitchen large dining 2336.
2,bath, FHA and
oven, city water, FHA NO QUALIFYING
carpet,built-in range and room. You must see this home.
$13,000.00 $400,00 down
oven. Carport. Priced right so (Vets $100)), No closing costs Price $23,500 with terms FHAor 4 BEDFH, I BATH, liv rm, din area, K, .til rm,

come by Sunday and our sales- $80.82 monthly bring deposit bank. A. Ben-Kori, Real- HELP WANTEDThe tile roof, terr firs, completely fenced, CBS,
man will discuss terms with today Aetna Realty(Broker), tor, call anytime 751-2243. Peoples Group of National $11,500, $1500 down, $101 pays all.

you. Fenster Realty, Broker, 811 NW 54th St., phone: 757- Banks doing general banking VETS &'DISPLACED PERSONS $100 DOWNfr1iNL
759-8779. 3 BEDROOMSFHA business in North Dade County
5724 open 7 days.
terms only $16,200 with (roughly from 79th Street to

If you are selling your home? 1310 NW 88th St. 3 bedroom, $600 down for this lovely homein 162nd Street) can use two or

To Urban Renewal or Expressway Fla. room, carport, built-in Little River Dr. area Just three girls between the ages
the best neighborhood call on of 20 and 35. Banh.'Orkis im-
have nice
we many
stove and over, central heat,
homes for you. A call to our air-conditioned, FHA $21,000, this tosee.A. Ben-Kori, Real- portant and very rewarding 1

friendly office will get you the $1,200 down, No closing costs tor, call anytime, 7512243. financially and otherwise. We

place you are looking for. Fen- $127.00 monthly-if your look- can use only girls who are
ster Realty Broker 7598779RCA 2BEDROOMS 2 BATH steady and trustworthy and
ing for the very best see todayat
FHA terms total $14,000 with who would like to get ahead. OPEN SUNDAY AFTER 2 P. M.
Aetna Realty (Broker) 811
Color TVs. 295 square only $450 down and$105 month Starting salary Is above the
NW 54th St. phone 757-5724 56 NW 68 STREET
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inches. Big screen.$425. Easy 7 pays all. This is a split level average and our policy of pay

budget payments. Phone: MU open days. with hardwood floors and is increases two or three times $300 down FHA terms. CBS home, dining room,

5-1504. really a nice home and a must a year along with fringe benefits carport, wall to wall carpeting, awnings. Beautiful -
4540 NW 168th Ter. No quali-
Nov. 24 fying 3 bedrooms 2 baths see as it won'tlas(;buntlnkit- of above 20% nukes these yard. Well, pump and sprinklers. Lovely street.
chen, carporte enclosed work- Jobs desirable to girls who
built-in stove and refrig-
Hot deal! 3 bedroom 2 bath CBS shop, sprinkler system. A. have a purpose in life. High 130 NW 68 STREET
erator florida room carport
Fla. room, guest room, spac- carpetingand Ben-Kori, Realtor call any- school education with one yearof 4 bedroom CBS home plus Fla room. $350 down
sprinkler system,
ious bath room plus garage. drapes, central heat, air- time 751-2243. college is about the educa- FHA terms. Very nice neighborhood. Near all
You must see to appreciate.FHA tional background we are look- Edison schools.
approved at $20,000. So 1380 LITTLE RIVER DR. ing for.

drive by 8920 NW 8th Avenue $1,200.00 ments to match down, your monthly budget pay-- FHA terms $19,000 with $900 Interested parties should DRIVE BY EDISONTO
then call Fenster Realty down 3 bedrooms 2 baths on the
don't miss this Jewell Aetna phone for an interview write SEE THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES
Broker, 759-8779. canal eatin kitchen, beautiful Barber at the Peoples First
Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th ((1)) No for this CBS home
grounds carporte,one of the National Bank of Miami qualifying nice near
Attention Vets or displaced St., phone: 757-5724, open 7 nices homes on the canal our Shorestelephone number 46th St. and 5th Ave. FHA already placed. 4

area families. $100 down days. best buy. A. Ben-Kori, Real- 757-5511. Leonard Usina' $88.64 pays everything.

FHA home. Beautiful 2 bed- 2 bed- tor, call anytime 751-2243. Chairman of the Boards. ((2)) No qualifying. 2 CBS houses. Live in one,
10th Ave.
9015 NW -
rent the other. Owner will hold
room, Fla room, perfect location mortgage.
Non vets $300 down. rooms, bath,huge Fla.tile room roof, NO QUALIFYING Barber at Beck's Barber Shop, Near 6th Ave. and 69th St.
oak floors
Call at once for location. We garage, Spacious 3 bed room. Fla. 5612 NW 18th Ave. ((3)) CBS corner duplex. $1,000 down, no qualify-
wall to wall sprinklers
have key In office. Fenster carpets, room front porch,oak floors. I ing. Near Edison high.
central heat FHA
Realty, Broker, 759-8779. $15,000.00 ys te m, No closing,costs Like new. $495 down. $97 per We enjoy baby sitting in our ((4)) CBS, 2 bedroom'home.Flo roOIl, gorog', FHA

month. Move right in. 1951 NW Near office.
$450.00 down (Vets $100)) home. Please let us keep your terms. our
152nd -----------
St. Call 235-2958. ----
Resident corner lot in Carver what child with the best of care.All
$93.33 monthly more
Ranees. Reasonable.Call 634- Aetna ages up to three. Pick up and ,
can we say, see today
Open house Sunday, 2:305:30No TERMS AND NO QUALI FYING.
2332 or 691-5454. Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th deliver. Call 633-2002 or 633-:

St., phone: 7575724,open 7 qualifying .The price is 2732. YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHAHOMES FOR
3 bedroom
2 large lots. Nos. 6 and '7. days. right. $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING

Block 17 Washington Park floors, carport and garage; DANCING SCHOOL ALL AGES DISPLACED AND IF YOU QUALIFY.WE .
3rd addition, Ft. Lauderdale.See 1J405 NW 24th Ave. Low down completely furnished includ- $1.00 per week for each child.
No qualifying 2 bedroom TV set. Drive 4811 ARE SURE WE HAVE WHAT YOU
A. C. Black, 1369 NW 68 payment. ing by NW Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday ARE
Terr. Phone den Fla. room. Mary L. 6th Ave. Midwest Realty. 635- Tap Toe Acrobatic LOOKING FOR, COME IN TO SEE US..

6912828.No.. 24 Benton, Realtor, 754-8966. 8035. ballet. Classes begin tues- OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY .-

day, Nov. 21, 3 p.m. Star Record .
$350 DOWN FHA TERMS Beautiful home 3 bedroom for
Shop 6113 NW 7th Ave.
Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS 1870 NW 50th STREET mica kitchen new stove, hardwood ''EDISON' ,REAttV Realtorsr

home, air-conditioned, FHA Just 1 painted, 3 bedroom, 2 floor, CBS. Drive by PERSONALS .

term .Opeo Sunday from 3-6. bath, Fla. room, like newcon- 2951 NW 56th St. FHA terms Volunteers needed for ;
5828 NW 19th Avenue. Fenster ditlon, $13,500. To see call $400 down. Midwest Realty. psychological test research. 11$1 NW'. lJ.2' Sr lS1 244t '

Realty, Broker, 759-8779. Phil Perry, Realty, 377-0587. 635-8035. Telephone: 864-3471.


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