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: September 24, 1965
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Volume 43, No, 4 ORIDA, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 24, 1965 16 PAGES


1. Laddie Bailey, 29, of 3680
r Oak Avenue, Coconut Grove, :
Unrest Laid I has been identified by policeas

the man hurledto his death
s. j from a car that plunged off

1 the North-South Expresswaylast
to Poverty Saturday.The .
l'j : I car, travelling at excessive -
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w "The Negro and Employ- executive secretary of the I speed, maneuvered
e7 w c s ment Opportunity", a book National NAACP and other around barricades to get on the

just off the press, cites poverty Negro civil rights leaders. unfinished portion of the Ex-
not civil rights as the A survey made in New York pressway.
1 If' chief factor underlying Negro shows that 54 per cent of Negroes At S.W. 22nd .Road and
1 unrest. First Avenue where construction -
polled complained about
3rr 1 The book edited Prof. ends, the car hurtled 15
4, A by unempolymcnt, low pay and
a a
Herbert Northrup of the Uni- poverty; and only 16 per cent feet to the ground. All four

versity of Pennsylvania, and gave freedom, unemployment, occupants were thrown out.
ir1 published by the University of or civil rights, as their major Benny Vicks, 36, driver of
Michigan, says mass registration concern. the car; Woodrow,: Bailey 32
and his sister, Lillie Mae Al-
ofNegroes under the new Poverty among Negroes is
voting :rights law 'might have shown to be three times that of ; vis, 27, were taken to Jackson
merely a minor effect in ef whites unemployment, double '. Memorial Hospital. Theyare
forts to achieve racial peacein that of whites. While the aver- M4Cassandra reported to be in satis--

the country age Negro's salary reaches its factory condition.

It holds that Fair Employ peak at age 25 and declines
HIi.* ment laws recently passed by thereafter, that of his white Elaine Taylorand
federal government: and some brother rises after that age. Winston Lewis Edmondswere ProbateCaught
:: of the states and cities, out- Even the white high school married in Portsmouth,
lawing discrimination in em- dropout earns more than the Virginia.
plo "1flent against Negroes will Negro dropout-30 to 40 per I.

--- perhaps do more good than any cent more. The average Negro The bride is the daughter of ) t
other civil rights legislation. high school graduate earns Mr. and Mrs. Hartman Taylorof "
Included in the book are about $4,500 a year-barely Miami and the groom is the With Gun
Miss Cherry Mills, daughter of Mrs. Cherry Mills surveys from many sources topping that of a white high son of Mr. and Mrs. James Ed- ,
Boyer of 1311 NW 50th St., is one of eleven Miami women and writings from'economists school dropout, according to monds of Portsmouth, Virginia.
and professors Roy Wilkins, the book.
included in the 1966 edition of Outstanding Young ; -,_._..- Gets 5

Women of America.

About 6,000 women betwen the ages of 21 and 36 Former Aliamian ces Big Future. Circuit Judge Hal P. Dc-

are listed. They were nominated by women's clubs all l : kle revoked a 5-year probation

over the country for contributions to community, civic, ** i and sent 17-year-old Floyd

religious business professional or political activitiesand Perkins Jr., to prison for five
York State Politics' '
selected by a board of advisory editors whose hone -h.J1L8IJ!. : :: years Friday Both agreed in
..... > ,a a w... .e.Mmz .i... m..,. .cec,. ....., xw. ra... '... ; orary chairman is Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson. ...... for FJoyd. v ... ,., ,, r ,,.4. 1. .
A BTW'High graduate, Miss' Mills won her degree 'Arthur' O. Eve, former f', : .t lego Before) 'military- service' He told Judge Dekle he 'i;J j> ff

from Paul Quinn College in Waco, Texas. She taught at Miamian, put up a surpris- :; in Korea wanted to go to prison "and
J. R. F. Lee Elementary last year but has left the school ingly good fight in the Dem- (, : : He is now an engineerwith learn a trade." Judge Dekle t
ocratic Primary held in Buf- : the city of Buffalo, having -
system to take a job in Project Headstart in the poverty falo, New York on Tuesday, /. graduated from Erie County said he would at AppalacheeCor-recommend incarceration \

Sept. 14.His Technical Institute and Institution at Chattahoochie.
bid was for the posi- Ward chairman of the largest
program.Killed ward of that city. In 1962 and Perkins was given the pro-
Crash tion of State Senator from .
in Auto again in 1964 he was electeda bation Aug. 7, 1964, after be-
the 63rd district of the Em- indicted of
/ delegate from Erie County to ing on a charge

Police charged Vernal Wll- the car, was killed. pire State the Democratic State Conven- rape and pleading guilty to assault -
Wilkinson and two other He contested the seat of tion. with intent to rape on a
kinson 43, of 1861 N.W. 63rd Passengers in the car, Alfred incumbent John J. Glinski, He is also quite active in 35-year-old mother of two. He
Street with careless driving
Cooper 39, of 640 N.W. 12th veteran politician, and lost religious and civic circles: was 16 years old at the time.
after his
last Friday car ca-
by a narrow margin.His being associate vestryman of
Avenue and Clifford Moss 27,
reened off Old Cutler Road of 7170 N.W. 50th Court, es- opponent felt Eve's St. Phillip's EpiscopalChurch While on probation he has
and hit a tree between 135th taped serious injury. The hot breath on his politicalneck past legislative chairman of contributed $10 a week to sup-
and 136th Streets. Leon Rus- from a all the way. the NAACP. While in that position port of a child by a 16yearold -
was returning
sell Lotmore a passenger in crabbing group trip in South Dade.I Out of a total of 28,570 he headed the first bus girl and was found guiltyof ."
votes cast, Eve received ,t' motorcade of the organizationfrom drunkenness after creating
13,672, only 1,226 less than Buffalo to Albany in sup- a disorder at the Palace Bar

i !this opponent's 14,898. ARTHUR O. EVE port of a strong housing bill where a bouncer took a revol-
The Buffalo Evening which was later passed. He is ver from him. State Parole Su-
News in its edition of Sept. added significance because also a member of the PTA of pervisor William Tenney testified -
r 15 says of the results of ofOlinski's recent lectionas School 53. lie is married and at Friday's hearing before -
the primary: vice chairman of the Erie ;.he father of two chi Idren. Judge Dekle.

L'c. "Senator Labor Chair- County Democratic Com- .
man Glinski narrowly defeated mittee, and because Olinski i i
13th Ward Democratic was Erie County sole legis-
chairman Arthur 0. Eve for the lator with a major committee Where To RegisterRegistration

nomination in the 63rd Sen- chairmanship in Albany.
& ate District in what was by Arthur is the son of Bea-
far the hardets fought i nd most trice and Arthur O. Eve Sr.
books will be at the various precinctsfrom
bitter campaign in the county. A graduate of Dorsey Highin
Eve's campaign pitched Miami (now Dorsey Jun- Tuesday, September 21 through Saturday Sep-
largely on civil rights and ior High) he spent three tember 25 inclusive, All citizens are urged register.

other social issues, tookHealthorama years at Virginia State Col- Hours are from 9 a.m. to 5 P.m. daily. Registrationmust

be in one's own precinct. Persons who have not

voted in the last two elections or are not sure of their
registration should check with the clerk at these locations .
as many names have been purged from the '

free Medical Tests .
partial list for precincts, the clerks in charge,
and their location follow:
Healthorama, a four-day infant disease) carrier and
health fair, opened Thursdayat dental x-rays. The dental x- 74-Dorothy Bolden, 6823 N.W. 15th Ave.
I Bayfront Park Auditorium. rays will be for school chil- 75-Clara Love, 1889 N.W. 56th St.

Its purpose is to tell peo- dren accompanied by parents. 76-Willa Chaple, 1136 N.W. 55th St.
ti env ple about progress in disease Healthorama this year is 87-Nora Womble, 744 N.W. 54th St.

detection, treatment and pre- sponsored by the American 88-Janie B. Cantey, 1137 N.W. 48th St.
,.' : vention. All programs and Cancer Society, Crippled 89-Louise B. Harris, 1073 N.W. 38th St.
tests are free. There will be Children's Society, DadeMonroe -
Ten little patients arrive at Miami International 90-Margaret C. Sullivan, 1540 N.W. 38th St.
no solicitation of funds. Tuberculosis and Respirator -
Airport from Bassau, Bahamas, and the Outer Islands, y Disease Association, 101-John F. Fritz, 2741 N.W. 27th Ave.
for hospitalization at Variety Children's Hospital. Need a chest x-ray, glaucoma Heart Association of Greater I 118-Emma II. Sweeting, 1730 N.W. 3rd Ct.
They will receive orthopedic and plastic surgery, test, electrocardiogram ? Miami and the National Mul- 119-Annette Love, 1454 N.W. 3rd Ave.
with all medical staff care and the surgery donated You will find them among 64 tiple Sclerosis Society, Cooperating 120-Edna G. Smith, 1324 N.W. 3rd Ave.

mmmVariety's pediatric center often receives patientsfrom booths of 41 participating agen- are the Dade County' 121-Mary M. Freas, 638 N.W. 7th Ave. '
all parts of the Central and South Americas as cies. In addition the booths Medical Association, Dade 122-Election Division, 1351 N.W. 12th St., Rm. 147

well as other states in the union, and gives medicalcare there will be a "street of in- Public Health Department and 146-Elin Williams, 73 W. Flagler St. 278

to some 50,000 annually in their Out-Patient De- formation" where eight organi- the Florida East Coast Dental 278-Mozell Dean, 7007 NW. 12th Ave. _
zations will distribute infor-
partment.The. mation and literature. Society. 279-Ethel Doyle, 63W:! N.W. 14th Ave.
Hours for the health fair
hospital is open to any child regardless of Other free services avail- are from 1 to 9 Thursday 287-Geneva Wilson, 470 N.W. 11th St.308Sarah .
race, place of residence, or ability to pay, and gives able will be diabetes tests, through Saturday p.m.and Sunday Askew, 236 Grand Ave.

free care in the amount of $700,000 annually. checks for PKU (a newborn from 1 to 6 p.m. 309-Carolyn H. Wright, 3707 Douglas Roadww.
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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 24, 1965

1 400 friends Honor L.l.

Brooks With TestimonialMore l

than four hundred persons from all walks of f
life turned out Saturday evening for the testimonial
dinner honoring, Luther L. Brooks. <;at Miami Springs
The honorable James Lawrence King, judge of r
Circuit Court, gave 'account of the 30-year struggle of +
Mr. Brooks' rise from a 50-cents Y
and eight tenants to the present

property management and,
and Broward Counties.
,However, .the highlight of;.the;
the main speaker, the Reverend
pastor of St. John Baptist 4' '{11tlH I1p
Brooks for his continuous efforts iTlw

ten overlooked unsightly
and mentioned in glowing terms
to the development of the civic,
ional life of the community in
business. UXlxir
Rev. Henry E. S. Reeves,
Times, presented a Certificate of
and joined in the praises for his

community.Mr. .
Brooks response to the
dience was one of humility and
all of his friends over the years
make possible an occasion of
experiencing. In addition Mr. I
to present his mother, Mrs. ;
wife, Gladys; his daughter and
Mrs. George Harth; and two
"Paul Harth.

Others appearing on the
shaw, chairman of the Board of
the Rev. Ray C. Melton, pastor of
Church who pronounced the
Much of the praise for the
contributed to an energetic
supported by the Bonded
staff headed by Charles Lockhart
co Corbar who served in the
the Testimonial Dinner.Mr. .
Art Green, well known
extraordinary job as master of
of Miami photos.

Seated from left to right at

Thedford Linda Harth Johnson, Paul, Mr.Harth George, Mrs.Harth L.
Brooks, Mrs. Elizabeth Maxwell, (I
" rence and Rev. Ray C. Melton. ,1r1ettst

"l k \ I I r I" t.. i i i T f r**
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Thinks Each TP'
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Should Protect SAVE

of Your '66 Car with Our

In a recent article in the tecting
Miami Herald, reporter Neil the s c h AUTO LOAN!
Amdur quoted Dade County make
Athletic Director Ed Parnellas to I I
saying that acts of vandalism which
Monday <, < ';' "'*,; ;7." ,
to public
conveyancesseem mi 1. Shop around for the car ,the
to occur only when Northwestern you want. :Bring; us

plays football. informed make, model/and price : ', ,' ,h.: .-
This is an indictment
against the members of the might will <2 : \
community which Northwesternserves. more and 2. We okay your"loan quickly and> with> no red

Certainly it is an indictment ion is tape. Our loan policy 1s very liberal. -we wantto
against Northwestern.We affairs if make foans. ,,' : "
ed. We
must be alert to the need .
for maintaining good imagesin but thinking be 3. Interest can be as low as 4%%.on a"new'car'an-d
all areas of the community
life, especially that vitally all our payments for ,as.fong.as 36 monthsthe lowest,

functioning which our school area,of Miami education Northwestern are We not i 1 payments possible. We'also" make, Joans on used
they cars up to 5 years old : <( s+'t\JX: h[>'/: :
epitomizes. ,' ', ,' "I. ..:i' ,,', )t,4>,$:s [ "" {' ; >\'
.. Each person must make some
himself a committee of one to lieve. I
see that the less desirable ed '1
elements that are in our com and *= _
munity, as they are in all com- loom MIAMI
munities, do not destroy our ments of I
total image of civic minded- protect First fully integrated bank in the entire Southeast-
ness and respect for private tect our right here in the Edison Financial Center
property.We 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 7594431NOW
parents must alert ourselves
to the need of the
school when extra-curricular
activities are being plannedand T"uday, Wednesday, Thursday 9:30 am to 2 pm; Fridoyi 9'30 om to 2 pm
scheduled. Our vehicle for 5 pm to 8 pm. Drivfln Window open Monday thru Friday 2 to S pm; Saturday 9 to
taking an active part Is throughthe _
P.T.A. One night out of
thirty In a month is a small Henry .


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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September. 24; 1965 3I

I Project Miami to Aid 50 Teen-Age GirlsA Register Now!

division of the U.S. Department white girls, in Miami and also by the observations of teach- ject, as well as interviews and The books

of Health, Educationand provide supplementary funds ers, employers, and other out- tests conducted by staff work. art open

Welfare has granted close and counsel to Project Miami. side persons not in the proera..

to $70,000 to the Young ., .
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wo- '--"" <
Miss Susan Love,YWCA associate "
men's Christian Associationof director who initiated [ .
Miami for a unique project Project Miami, stated at to- d: Jackson Issu National Unit ::

involving teenage girls. night's dinner meeting that she :

Called Project Miami, the hoped the program will produce ; I

lop program leaders will and attempt upgrade to deve-the the participants changes in, including the lives im-of ;> { Call at 85th Annual 1 Baptist Meet

lives of fifty girls in the 13 to proved school attendance,bet-

16 age the group.YWCA Representativesof described the ter relationships with parents Jacksonville-{NPI-"It is because of a great faith-faith

project at a dinner Thursday and other adults, and greater the struggle of Negro America in ourselves as a race, faith in

night at the DuPont Plaza Hotel participation in community ac- white America, brown America, our nation faith in the redemp-
attended by community tivities. "We hope that the in fact all America to make the tive power of the Christian 1t1EiT---
leaders. girls will aspire to more use- American dream come true"de-church, and faith in our God."

The Office of Juvenile Delinquency ful careers," said Miss Love, Glared Dr. Joseph H. Jackson, He said the officers and
and Youth Develop- "and, in general, become stimulated president as ge pledged the delegates hoped 'to "streng-
and more highly mo- strength of the five-million then and to help spread the
ment of the Welfare Administration -
tivated so that they will be- member National Baptist Convention spirit of goodwill among the
in Washington, D. C. is
come valuable and contributing U.S.A., Inc., to the people and races of the city,
providing $69,487 for the
project members! of their community." task of warning America of state, and nation."
which starts this month.
Miss 0. Florene Jones has "its plight and th c perils of Dr. Jackson pointed out
The fifty girls,who will be selected -
been employed by the YWCA the many divisions that afflict that many white peolpe who do
from families in the
Board of Directors to be full- and disturb this nation." not understand the wider viewof .j .
Northwest area, will spend time Project Director. Miss Dr. Jackson who has been the civil rights struggle,

several hours every day for Jones holds an M.A. degree re-elecyed president of the think of it as a struggle of Negroes
the next year at the Northwest for their rights and this
from the University of Michigan convention each year since
Center of the YWCA. A staffof in Guidance Counseling, 1953, Issued a call for national group contends that Negroes SFr r I

social workers, educatorsand and took her undergraduate de- unity, urging all groups in should not "press too hard." _....
psychologists and other the to "rise abaove al
gree at Florida A&M. She took country
youth specialists will conducta further graduate study at the difference of creed color "No person can press too Dr. Joseph H. Jackson, president of the National

variety of courses and special University of Mexico in Span and caste," during the 85th hard in the pursuit of the right Baptist Conventioq.U.S.A., Inc., accepts plaque proclaiming

projects with the girls designed ish, and at New York Univer- annual session held in Jack- and no citizen can be too de- him an honorary citizen of Jacksonville, Fla.,
to fill educationalvoids sonville Sept. 7-11. vout to his country or too muchin
sity in Guidance and Counsel during eighty-fifth annual session of five-million mem-
enrich cultural experiences Dr. Jackson, pastor of love with the universal
ing. ber the is
organization. Making presentation Mayor-
provide support for per. Chicago's Olivet Baptist principle of freedom and justice -
sonal esta- Miss Jones is a native of the ,Baptist lead- Commissioner Louis Ritter. Over 12,000 delegates and
problems, help to Church, said the civil rights was
Florida and I'
visitors attended the
blish realistic social values there until two years ago. In struggle, is in reality, the er's answer to this intention. meeting.

and upgrade future aspirations. Tampa, she directed the program struggle of Americans to im- However in his call for national i

The results of Project Mia- for drop-outs in the Tampa plement all of the just lawsof unity, Dr. Jackson Warned 4. "We must not employ are in strclt violation of 'the

mi will be made available to schools, and last she was the land to fulfill every against the use of methods methods that can ruin the lives just laws of the land.

other youth-serving agencies, year Junior promise and pledge that Amer- which would peril the nation. (I of those who use them, create 3. "We must also avoid
including the eight cooperating at Allapattah ica has made for the equalityof Dr. ,Jackson warned that: nore problems than they solve such methods that would negate -
organizations, the Probation School, Miami i in counselingwork. all Americans.The 1. "We cannot and must not engender more ill-will than the freedom that we already ,
She has had sixteen
Department of Juvenile Court, powerful Baptist leader adopt any methods in our quest ;goodwill, and do more to harm possess and would bring
the Juvenile Bureau of the Metropolitan years experience in teachingand said 12,000 delegates and for civil rights that may also.,ousocialorderthan: to help it. new chains instead of new opportunities -

Sheriff's Office, the counseling.She visitors to the conventionwere be used by saboteurs to weaken and;
Welfare Planning Council, the will be assisted by four elated over the fact thata the nation's life and lower

Dade County Board of Public counselors. Miss Dorothy Sa- cool reception to the visitors its moral.
Miss Marie Jeanette " " " " sgssess
Instruction, the Dade County biston. gave way to warm hospi- 2. "We must not use those
Alford Miss Ulean R. Cus- tality.Dr.. methods that can be employed
Welfare Department, the Public
Health Department, the Urban seaux. Miss Dorothy Ann Otto Jackson said the con Wes in the name of freedomor Join the NAACP I
and Mrs. Sallie Bradshaw Wil- vention chooses Jacksonvilleas that be used to over-
League, and the Northwest may '" 1,',','.'." '," " " " ,,,.
liams. David Mchenm will the d
Center YWCA Advisory Com Dr. site of its 1965 meeting throw the nation itself or that
mittee. be research consultant, with -

Mrs. Frieda Lustgarten ,
Project Miami stems from a as .
psychiatric social worker. Mrs. \
series of three short-term projects '

in Teen-Age Leadership Audrey Each Jones counselor is will secretary.work ,
conducted during the two t tIe'
with a of about twelve..,. '
years by the YWCA, in cooperation )< ;;
girls. She will recruit con- i
with Clairol and the
sultants and technical assi- .
Dade County Welfare Planning leaders ,
tance from community
Council. Clairol has conducted
and set up field trips designedto : : \
similar courses with YWCA'sin i
impart knowledge about nu-
Baltimore, Boston, Cincinnati
trition careers, dating, groom-
Milwaukee and Minnea I Is[ II '
ing and other topics. The instruction .
polls, and municipal agenciesin
will be non-compe-
ten other cities.
titive and designed to be sti-
Clairol will continue its
mulating, inspirational and
Teen-Age Leadership: Courses,
fun for the girls.Progress .
involving Negro, Cuban, and
will be measured

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,..Friday, September 1965
.. Buses will go west on 62nd Street from 12th Ave- Another
nue, stopping every block to pick up workers. Anotherbus :i Killing

will go south on 3rd Avenue from N.W. 14th Streetto I
... N.W. 10th Street. Buses leave at 6:30: a.m. and re- !
..:. -'- .- ,:...-....- -.-- --- turn at'the Pool'Another
-- -: - at 6:00 p.m. Pay rate, $1.15 per hour.

E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publl.K.r ------ -- --- .
GARTH C. REEVES. Managing Editor killing has tak- Pool'" at NW 17th Ave.

Mtmbcr of the National Newspapers Publishers!! Association Second Negro Gets en place at Miami's infamous 70th A 19-year-old ST. North Dade and

SUBSCRIPTION, RATES youth was arrested
NEGRO Monday
OHEYEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 HOUSE DISMISSES night following the fatal
Post at United Nations CHALLENGE bins of another stab.
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post The victim man.
Office at Miami Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876' was Bernard
tions Economic and Social WASHINOTON-The House Frazier. 31, of 1751 N.W. 75th
Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone OX 1.0421 WASHINGTONNPIThe Council was announced last dismissed a Negro challenge Terr., who attracted the attention .
nomination of Judge Marjorie week by President Lyndon B. against Mississippi's five of bystanders as he
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" Lawson to the of U. S.
post She becomes the Friday and thus ran down N.W. 17th
Johnson. congressmen
'.'Tk: NEGRO PRESS oeliev.ri that America can l best lead Avenue
rep tentative on the Social appointed to a apparently ended an eight- with a knife in his
second Negro back.
the world from _racial .and national antagonism whon It accords "
Commission of the United Na- Un within the past month. month fight to unseat them. By the time police
to every roan regardless of race, creed or color his post arrives
who recently By 228 to 143 vote, the he was dead.
human and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no .nan-the Judge Lawson
togro Press strives to help eves man in the firm b.lI.f. that resigned from D. C.'s juvenile House dismissed the com- They arrested Willie Carl
41 men are hurf'as (10"0.' anyo. .* Is held back. court, will continue to plaint of the Mississi ppi Free- Pittman, 19, of 6900 NW 17th
OssoferOur serve as vice chairman of thedistrict's dom Democratic Party that the Ave.
world has Crime Commission,, delegation's election was invalid Witnesses said that the
LUTHER BROOKS HONORED volutions, some bloodless seen many, but re tan appointment she received because most Negroeswere two had argued before the
most of them violent. Revolut. (rom President Johnson when denied the," right to vote. s tabbina.If .

. Last Saturday we were among more than 400 Mia- ions don't just happen,but are: she resigned from the Juvenile -
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t'aiianstattending a Testimonial Dinner for Mayor LutherL. the results of earlier causes. Court. -- - '-"- -

Brooks at the Miami Springs Villas. "Revolutions are not made,but Judge Lawson, who succeeds -
It was really a grand occasion and enjoyed by all they come. A revolution is as Mrs. Edison Dick of
follows Dr. James
present. Art Green was chairman'for the evening and natural a growth as an oak. It Nabritt, top' seat in the United 44touI:1IASIIED: ADS
spoke in high terms of the honoree. The Reverend RayC. comes out of the past. It's Nations.Dr. .
Melton.pastor of the North Shore Baptist Church foundations are laid far back." Nbritt, president of />*<*J **>* ***<** '

(the:: mayor's pastor) was loud in his praise of Mayor (Oliver Wendell Holmes.) H, ward University, was appointed 4 ,t RING' :RESULTS
Understanding the need for last month as U. S. .
Brooks. The speaker of the evening was the Reverend --' >
change because conditions are representative to the United ...... ..
Thedford of St. Church
Johnson, pastor John Baptist not perfect, it is surprising tome
with rank of -
who has known Brooks for He told
Mayor many years. how many people are shocked .
of the progress made by the Bonded Rental Agencythat when violence appears. Violence Judge Lawson is the wife
the and of his to the Ne- flares
Mayor owns, generosity up becausepeoplewear of the nationally knowr Washington -
gro community.Ye mental .blinders which lawyer,Belford Lawson Jl
Editor has known this gentleman ever since lie keep them from having compas-
started business, and has worked with him for community sion for those less fortunate;
lacking concern for those who BLUE NOTE BAR
uplift, added encomiums endorsing the favorable
have been denied the To
comments made and presented a citation .from the Mia rights Register
they themselves .
mi Times. is this lack of compas- 5211 NW 17 Ave

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UPGRADE EDUCATIONThe poison the bloodstream of our

civilization until the boil of .
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advice given to Negroes over the Nation is to our purification begins to fes :JO

upgrade their education in order to get better jobs. ter and erupt, bringing us a revolution -

That. is the concensus of opinion, not only with whites The shock and of eventually revolution a comes cure- M. j Com i In wd toy," ,lIo" to

but among Negroes who are interested enough to give because people do not realizethe :,Elinor!, Foots, Benlt, Ratty)|v o,.'Betty
the their
matter consideration. inflammability of sustained

Many Negroes today occupy worthwhile position s wrongs. "To long denial of COLD! COLD! BEER .FlNE WINES
and there remain many posts to be filled if qualified guaranteed right is sure to leadto '

person can be found. Such is the case right in our revolution-bloody revolut- SUPPORT'YOUR ..HICKORY SMOKED, BAR+Q RIBS
'city of Miami. This should not be so, but it is. ion where suffering must fall To eat here or take:out,

Miami is no longer a small city. Dade County's upon the innocent as well as / ,
the guilty." (U.S. Grant.) ,
is have
population over 1,000,000. we high "
schools, the Junior College, University of Miami, plus and Man be must become in concerned Every Night is 'Fun Time' at the 'NOTE'wootwoRTH'S
involved the
the Skills One attend school right- YMCA
Project. can day or night.
ing of wrongs before the erup-
The opportunities are here-it's up to us to take advantage tions come. Bacon said,"The
of them.
surest way to prevent seditions "
is to take away the matter of
LET'S HAVE PEACE them; for if there be fuel prepared -
it is hard to tell whencethe

"There shall be wars and rumors of war." spark shall come that shall
Can any words be truer? Looking around the world set it on fire."

today we see what's happening in Viet Nam, in Pakis- The way to end bloodletting -

tan, India, China, the Dominican Republic, Venezuela,against revoltuions is to revolt
own : our
Cuba; if you pleaseNATO.The .
own prejudices and injustices

United Nations, our peacemakers, are torn which are the causes violent
with strife from within. -_ 'revolutions. Then needed $22
"They shall but there change will come through i
cry peace, is really little !
sign of peace. bloodless revolutions for in Lc !
Hundreds our hearts will desire the betterment : : : ,
of lives .r./KIh
are snuffed: out. Why should J lJ/
of all
this continue? Couldn't there be a conference of the mandkind.
This, I believe was the
heads of each of these nations to settle
disputes and
I message of Christ to mankind; .
bring peace to the world once more? t
I 1 for He came to prepare man for

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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 24, 1965 5

Battle For Rights Moves to CongressBayard ., I

Rustin, an ardent five congressmen. He added,
worker in the civil rights "That party's battle has been I -W
{ movement. expressed the endorsed by every major civil I I 1
opinion that the decisive rights group in the nation and |
battle for the Negro's rights has taught them that Congressnow I J '
Miss Patricia Bethel of N.Y.C. visited her fatherMr. must be fought in the halls oC must become: a focal point I iI
Congress. for the advancemnet of the I I FOR BETTER PICTURES. . SEE .: .
Arvis Bethel who is ill at Baptist Hospital.Mr. .
Rustin, who heads the A. struggle." I I _H.c '
Phillip Randolph Institution He said "Even i if we lose '
Linus Austin vacationed in the Bahamas last which attacks discrimination this battle, it will act as a I

week. from the economic angle, was spur to increase the concen- I
"Happiness is being a grandmother for the first the master architect of the tration on Congress." JOHNSONMIAMI i i

time", says Mrs. Ida Bell J. Mosley, daughter Bettye March on Washington in 1963 The new-found unanimity
"There is not a major cityin among civil rights groups, he I
Ann and husband Freddie Holden are parents of a little 'notice Con- :1 I
the country, he say: says, "serves on
girl. that has the resource, finance gress of a beginning of a great I .t
and the will to integrate political movement in the -- ': t.. ,.
Get well greetings to Mrs. Dolly Moss who is ill schools or brin g about employment country for th solution of so- t DINNERS-PARTIES. WEDDINGS : I,
at Mt. Sinai. for Negroes or to destroy cial and economic problemsthat : ,

slums. are American problems, BABY PICTURES A SPECIALTY -
"The Negro has finally realized and when solved, will benefit I ;
Mr. Alfred G. Hepburn of Richmond Heights has :
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that to accomplish this more whites than Negroes. jg jgjjag*.w MrvTAtejy -
returned to the city after motoring to Indiana with son "The unanimity is an indi- JM| HPi MRwV H m'immm Z "MMIVIIH'l''B1ifgggggS | J
will require votes, planningand Hfjtfm* *'*
Alfred Jr. who registered as a freshman at Purdue Uni billions of dollars from cation of the emergence of a

versity. Congress." new period in the civil rights SCHOOL 'ID' PICTURES ,
"This realization is the movement, the realizationthat

Girl Scout Senior Troop 409 invites parents and most significant aspect of the most of the big problemsmust : I

friends to their annual "Blast-off" on Sunday, Sep- cratic Mississippi Party's Freedom unsuccessful Demo;; and financial be solved aid through from moral Con- 2 FOR 50* ,

tember 26 at 3:30 p.m. Carver YMCA. : 3
attempt to unseat the state'sNAACP
The institution of vast ""WH""* ME53J5 #
Former students of Fisk, Tenn. A & I. and Me- national economic program to 'a

harry enjoyed a get-to-gether at Robert Paul Young's FALL BENEFIT break to the down Negro economic is required harriers, he I. 1186 NW' 38th St. ':!:I.

home on Sunday to reminisce with their friend Father SHOW AND DANCE SUNDAYThe stated. :

James Woodruff. "We are dealing now with ..
is invited to attend 635-4748
brutality and voting in the :' ";\}
President Bernice Kemp has called the Greater the first Fall Benefit South; and jobs housing and L :

Miami Chapter of Links, Inc. for their first meeting of Fashion Show and Dance the of quality education in the North. ---n---------_ __ _
the season sponsored by
the fall at the home of Dora Patterson on Saturday eve They all require a congress-
Miami Branch NAACP on Sunday
ional response, a response
ning. September 26 at the Island that has been lacking before., .w
Club, 1000 N.W. 2nd Ave- "What I would tell Con- I

Get ,well wishes to%Vietlell' Dean.' '.Martin, Lois. 'nue from 9 p.m. until. gress is that what has hap- Band B EMPLOYMENT
Johnson Howard and Cleora Webb.. Featured on the show will pened in Atlanta, Louisvilleand

be "Princess Mildred" and Memphis indicates I that
1336 & 38 NW 3rd Ave.
Mrs. Jessie Butler N.Y.C. is visiting her family her fashions of Africa along the Voting Rights Act has put

and friends in Miami. with other models of South them (Southern Congressmen) FR 3-2106
Florida. on the defensive. Negroes are .

Happy birthday wishes are for Mary B. Lane, Ed- Donation will be $1.50 in now on the threshold of at-
ward Cherry, Pauline Higgs Johnson James Aikens, advance and at the door. Planto taining politi cal power." JOBS JOBS JOBS
Gloria Nelson and Sharon Lightsey. attend the show to see these "What I would tell the average

fashions of the year to keep Negro is that the most Available NOWIII!!!
sacred respobsibility he has
Sharla and Shame Jackson, daughters of Al and you in the know. and andto
Mrs. Irene Owens is co- is to register to vote
Carmen Jackson were baptised on Sunday. Godparentswere chairman of Benefit Committee. organize at the local Service Station Maids Pvt. Home
Mr. and Mrs. John Lee, Mr. and Mrs. George Mor- to utilize his political pow. Truck Drivers Hotel Maids
rison, Rachel Williams, and Lydia Richardson.Mr. er."
GARDEN TEA SUNDAYWard "He must join his political Hotel Porters Cooks Pvt. Home

and Mrs. Reeder George Poitier of Nassau, No. 15 of Mt. Zion power with! that of other Cook Rest. Cooks

Bahamas, are visiting relatives and friends in Miami. Baptist Church will sponsor: progressive groups such as Dish Washers Day Workers

They are house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hermon Clark its second annual Garden Tea trade enlightened unions, businessmento intellectualsand Tire Changers f
1083 N.W. 63rd Street. and crowning of Miss Ward No. t
work for concrete and com- MANY MANY MORE '
'V '15, Sunday, Sept.' 26, 4 p.m. :
mon objectives.
the home of Mi.
until at
6 p.m. :
Two of the five Florida physical education teachers
Mrs. Henry Covin, 2511 NW
named to attend the Second National Institute of ,
154th St., Opa locka. IWt
Girls' Sports at Michigan State University this monthare

Miami-Dade staff members Barbara Her-
College ,

Miss Everette Ingram returned from vacation in

Washington, D. C. ,and Philadelphia, Pa., visiting relatives The Senior Twilight Sewing BONDED rtAL 4Q
Circle will celebrate its 39th
and friends. In Philadelphia she was the house
anniversary at St. Mary's Wes-
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Wingate, manufacturer .
lyn MethodistChurch, Sunday,
Wingate Beauty and Barber Supplies. Sept. 26. Mrs. Willie Mae Pin

der is president and Mrs. Al RENTAL
Mr. and Mrs. Marion A. Harris and son Zivan have bertha Poitier, reporter. IN1 .

returned to Southern University, Baton Rouge, after :
spending an enjoyable vacation in Miami. Y \

Army Private first class Etta Donaldson, daughter HUMAN RIGHTS ,
of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Jordon, was home on leave,
The Martin Luther King
for 15 days. Etta, 19, is a 1964 graduate of Booker T. its
Washington High School and serves as post librarianof monthly meeting on tye fourth

Fitzsimons General Hospital, in Denver Colorado. Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clockat .4

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bullard spent a week visitingin Lee, 1391 NW 45th St. All interested HON. L. L. BROOKS
Nassau. in becoming a mem; DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES.
ber or a monthly donating member PRESIDENT

Happy birthday to Mary Louise Bullard, Afred meeting are asked as we to plan please to outline attend GEORGE' P."HARTH, GENERAL MANAGER' ,', .< ,: +: ,

Thomas, Mr. Pitts (Tropical Inn), Cleo Jollivette. plans for our membership drive : ,;J :,

for the remainder of the year, M ,
Mrs. Sarah Rylande of Detroit arrived in Miami "' f.' "
ten days ago. She was the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. 10,000 HOUSING UNITSBonded :!://<

Mack Greaves Sr. She attended the marriage ot her :'! ,

nephew, Robert W. Smith, also a guest of the Greaveswas 18 BUILDING YEARS OF SERVICE RESPONSIBLE TO 'a'iso has employment service at main 'officer'-. ,:, ).

Mrs. Augusta Mae McCloud of Cairo, Ga. "' "' '''I' 1'1'
THE COMMUNITYWhen 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue .:, \, : '

The Business and Professional Women's Club pre BUYING or BUILDING A full time public relations department to assist you in solving your problems ;: '

sents an Introductory Dance at the Biscayne Terrace ( CALL STANLEYPL Plus aJleet of cars giving door to door service for tenants convenience,* .

Hotel, Friday, October 1. See members now for tickets.No :-' 1-3604 On nights and Sundays for emergency service call PL 9-8733 ,
table reservation. I"

i A'' .Beoutlful Ho mot MAIN OFFICE ,
DATE LINES: Built on Your Lotor
Our 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9-8733 oj ,j

September 19-25 National Dog Week 4I'll Attroctlve Altero- < '
23 Autumn tionsandAdditions Vandalism'don. by a.few It expensive to all Please help ut top,this. unnecessary,evil'.
September '"**
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AOQ rV According to information Inlone AKEWSEHSATIPHAlTAUftT :f'; ,
of our recent radio scripts tir ,k ,), .. "
65th birthday shortly after
Since the P.B.A. filed suit for the Negro patrolmen the time it takes you to read l ?? l"ri%*
in plain clothes to be given rating as detectives, this, or every 20 seconds, in
it is said they are undergoing all kinds of pressure other words. We still like the Me AV uSCfrio; _.
from the "top brass" of the police department. Their idea of the veteran in Sanford, & 3ieNsId
$30,000pe r month allotment for clothes has been cut, Florida,who disclaims the title
and they have been put on unpleasant details.If these 1 I of Senior Citizen. "Up here", )

fellows who have been on the force for years areto be he said"*,. "we call 'em 'KeenAgers' > 1 ..
.., '
acting in the of r
capacity detectives in plain clothes, '
then why not give them the rating? The Atlanta Police NEW INSURANCE PLANA lj':: : MY cousNvsPLAcE
Department is way-out in front of Miami, as well as t" ',' "
West Palm Beach. They have a Negro Lieutenant. It permanent plan of insur- ; LOUNGE AND: NITECLUB .r
really looks like someone in our police department ance is now available to present '
should wake up. GI insurance policyholdersas 207 NW 36 ST 1.2, Ave
*. *. *. well as to vets applying for
Now that our elected city commissioners have spoken -, new insurance under the insurance -
for us, and have passed an ordinance giving the reopening law which
police department of the City of Miami the power to came into effect May 1. This
plan is called Modified Life
stop any person who looks suspicious and search him,
I really think we are going to have problems.What happens was designed primarily for '

to a Negro who is walking in the street with a those carrying veterans 5-year term who insurance still are 4? Mr. James Club
white woman? I'll tell you. He will be stopped and Term policyholders will receive 3
searched and humiliated. Then, what happens when a information on this plan
white guy is walking with a Negro woman or man? He's automatically when their next CORNER N.W.1iTH STREET & 2ND AVENUE
going to be put up against a wall and searched. What period rolls around-or may get PRESENTSRinkydink'
will happen to two teenagers, one white and one Ne- information on it at any timeat
gro both nice boys and school chums up comes the Miami VA office.
the police and again it's hands up against the wa U. A ROSE IS A ROSE,
Why' didn't the city commissioners ask the people if IS A ROSE-
they wanted a search law passed? This particular act
should have been voted upon by the people. With election But a pension isn't compensation
and compensation
coming, any new candidate running for the city isn't a pension-the wordsdon't J
commission can promise in his campaign to have the
the far
mean same as as i
Stop and Frisk Law rescinded and can unseat almost VA is concerned. Disability or .
any present city commissioner. As far as the police'are death compensation is pai d
concerned, they are to search any person who where the disability or deathis
looks suspicious. As far as I am concerned, All Reg- service-incurred or service- I
gins look suspicious to them. From Father Gibson to connected. Disability pensionsand
the wino. Somebody better do something and do it death pensions are paid .
quick. Where are our "so-called leaders". If they can- for disabilities or deaths due
not come out now and get together, then yho needs to non vice-connected
them? I am somad, I could bust. "You ain't seen no causes. I *
protesting yet." Something is going to be done, if I :SUPPORT V Tweedy P1.
have to do it myself. I don't know about you, but when
the city commissioners spoke for the people of Miami,
they didn't speak for me.In fact, they didn't even have* YOUR
the courtesy ask anybody If we stand still for this, .. I i
you know what will be over us ne)"'. '" YMCAPRETTY SEPT. 24 -25 26 .. f
* *
Speaking of meetings, the Advisory Board of the
Economic Opportunity Program met last Thursday niteat GIRL OF THE ;; \ I
the office, 4820 N.W. 27th Avenue, and was well WEEK: Jackie McGuire "lAME',' ,
attended by more than a hundred citizens who are interested "
enough in their community to get out and see PRETTY BOY OF THE tWILD MAN ,STEVE' M i

what is going on. The guests were Haley Sofge, direc- WEEK: Calvin Mapp (Com ..1 "
tor of the Miami Housing Authority; Mr. Lent of the munity Relations Staff) f\\\ (,,,,,\\O\ ,. --. .. ........ ,\ ...,,' "j
Community Relations Board. The main issue was recreation G1N G, u
facilities and playgrounds for the children of POLICEMAN OF THE Sw1 to COHTIHUOUS ENTERTAINMENT

Brown Sub area. When the citizens realize that Mr. WEEK: George Reed \\\1 lte"\S'ei1\'e Tuesday AmcteurNate Thursday -Ladlti Nit.1eR .
Sofge was from the M.H.A., they left the main issue (Edison Center) \\ 01, Butterball, Your Host &U.C
started a barrage of questions on better housing and & 0\\ \e
cleaning up those that are in such bad shape; larger D. J. OF THE WEEK: FteddN,.t..1..Oy": "
quarters for big families, and many other things that Nicky Lee WAME & ,..c.\O.
are pertinent to living conditions. Brownsville Com- .
leader Neal Adams conducted the meeting .
munity -
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while director of the Economi- Opportunity Program,
William Wynn and John D. Johnson, Brownsville Cen-
ter Director, and his staff looked on. There will be TABLE CHARGE

other meetings like this, which I am sure interested .1 I
citizens will enjoy and benefit from. FRI. SAL SUN.TWOSHOWS m i '
The meeting of the Brownsville Businessmen's ,
Association, held last Tuesday at the Economic Opportunity I
Program office, was very interesting. The a
reason I am mentioning this is to let other businessmen THE e.nMMttJ ai I
know that they are welcome to attend these meet- 0 #
ings. Contact Association President Roger Williams, ,
by calling 634-9251 for more details.
*' * l> 6000 NW 7 Ave

owner of My Cousin's Place, stilldigs the Dave Akins V
Trio. Dave and his boys have been there for twelve ( INVITES YOU
weeks. Added this weekend is Jeff Adams who is a

fabulous vocalist Across the street, Wildman '
Steve tells me that the star this week is Baby Cortez, 'to 'tCONTINENTAL AU GO GO

whose records are sweeping the country. His biggest .-,
hits are RinkyDink and Tweedy Pie Did you know
that the City of Miami Police Identification office "I FEEL GOOD ,
gives out I.D. cards and on these are statistics suchas flItBETTY LAV'ETTE

weight, height, color of hair, color of eyes, etc. 'fc ALL OVER"{ .>>. ,"
The person who fills. out these cards under "color of
eyes" uses "maroon" when the applicant is Negro. I I
resent this, because, first it is a breach of law, and I S FREDDIE DICKSON LITTLE EDDIE
secondly because I have never seen a person with ma-
roon eyes, have you> Economic Opportunity Pro 1 TIGER KITTENS AU GO GO
gram Director, John D. Johnson, of the Brown Sub office j
at 4820 N.W. 27th Avenue, is doing a real fine j
job, helping those who need help Eleanor of the 146u4 ko4 CAL ROBERTS .
Blue Note on 17th Ave and 52nd Street says that she's :
got big things going for the fall season that's coming.She's L .
throw an old fashion home-cooked chitter-
ling party for all of her customers. Yours truly has DanA ULt us COUSINS' ORCHESTRA
been invited to attend the 4th Amual Doral Press Invitational .
SundaySept. 26 as the guest of Frank Stra-
fasi who is the tournament director for the Doral Open. AMATEUR KITE WEDNESDAYi" '

That is is for this week, till the next one, Live J
life, every golden minute of it. PEACE!!! 1


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\ Youngsters Permitted to See Torrid Sex Movies'-.T i

: By Bill McBride, City Editor .
I i Herewith are pictures made Saturday, September ii ; i. -,
I 18 by Times photographer Frank Johnson. The purpose :IIuIzi :

I of this story is obvious.While 1+ :pfd
a booming Liberty City
community wallows in a sickening sea
of apathy, its youngsters are permittedto H ;;, A
see torrid sex movies which are ad-
vertised as being for adults only. : r ,)+
The Liberty City Theatre, N.W.
15th Avenue and 67th Street, Miami is
the of the movie house. "SIN ._ Smiling Eddie Lee Pitt
name a. I man popular
i hu
i ON THE BEACH" is the name of the c nessman, Is the new own.>i-
i movie shown September 18 and 19, McBRIDE L4 er c' the Dive-Inn Hj'
along with two other inconsquential films. Y J LL 1772 NW 79th St Phone

An advertisement blared out loud and strong froma ..- ar- '.- .--........- (his fll-9431 old friends He Invite to all
large billboard outside ."Take a gorgeous gal, a and meet 'come
movies new fi lends,
Kids crowd In to see sex
seductive scheming woman who lusts for another man, Everyone welcome inir
mix with equal parts of blazing sun and hot sand and
you have a torrid film of lust and passion .SIN ON )
THE BEACH Come and see volumptous Sylvania ,.:r/ II Al
whose measurements you won't believe. A film of daring \ ''" .:' .
rrf///P ,
I frankness! Uncut and uncensored I The full European ; <". $ GREEN
I version FOR ADULTS ONLY." 1 fREE S & Of tAREW1tNS ..
r This writer along with photographer Johnson was \"t > ,
:i on the scene shortly before 1 p.m. Saturday and watched I r I .
with utter dismay, a long line of youngsters take
shape. In spite of the fact that "SIN ON THE BEACH"was Jfij.I FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS

being advertised for "ADULTS ONLY," these Artificial Arrangements Potted Plants
youngsters, none of whom seemed to be over 14 yearsof
Funeral Arrangements Our Specialty"A
age, were allowed to purchase tickets and enter the
theatre uninhibited.The Visual Message with Flowers CorsagesFor
film was as advertised: TORRID! It was DARING j 4 the Discriminating"
-. and FRANK. Yes, much too torrid, frank and daring -
for anyone under 21 to be allowed to witness.On Lowrie's Flower Garden
Sunday, September 18, the doors of this movie
house were again swung open permitting admission to 6030 NW 7th AvenueMon.thru.
still more youngsters, a large number of teen-agers anda
sprinkling adults. "SIN ON THE BEACH" was Fri. 4:30 PM to 800PMSot. 9:30 AM to 6PM

still the feature attraction.We iib.rprLi PHONE 759-9168 NO ANSWER CALL NE 4-5801
has been the .
wonder how much damage done to i
minds of these youngsters resulting from their exposureto
this of degradation? How long will the booming
type of residence of of w ___ ::. _.. .,...._.._...... u ,.____
Liberty City community, place many Guest HOUS6
Dade's outstanding citizens, allow this theatre to con- Poor grammar or shortage of letters on Liberty

tinue to operate in the form of a monstrosity, merci- marquee. Theatre is in rundown condition. The house of unusual rooms"Keep'u ,
lessly preying upon the minds of unsuspecting and
In mlndTA
highly vulnerable youngsters. It goes without saying
that enough difficulty is experienced in instilling the u v.ra better place w* challenge' :'you to find
moral values into our present day youth without Seeing Is, believing'
proper receive
f trRr wa wwMlr.r The, accommodation! you '
their being allowed to see movies of this type. } sNll el, You find only In this brother
We understand that several years ago, a "Watch e I
Mt Mel
Dog Committee," called the Board of Review, com- : aR11Nert1 OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY
e posed of outstanding lay people,was organized to com- r. 2941 N.W. 4TTH STREET 634-3851
bat this type of ,situation, but after meeting with a' ..
great deal of opposition, was, short lived. We are not JAMAICA DUGIE
certain that another committee of this type, could and Always a friend

would stamp out this ugly shadow. However, we are acH'k
firmly certain that this situation does conclusivelypoint
out the dire need for an actively alert organization r-

(civic, property owners, businessmen) in the Li- ; iMMgtl rwlss! 1 I FRIDAY & !
berty City community. !!T AtD !
Further proof of its policy of. featuring sex movies, r IM 'SATURDAY
another so-called "Adult Only" film, "CIRCLE OF 1 j DRIVE-IN TIIEATAE 3 FEATURES
LOVE" is scheduled for showing Saturday and Sunday, : M Tt IIIIItth

September 25 and 26 The billboard reads: "Until J ,
Vadim, love has been child's play .Now! Watch the ,/ y i The immortJ1 nk.Wi/H tn.s .'
adults play FOR ADULTS ONLY." ,i 1' 'bu .! 'F I M.G:M it I l /' again &'ngagain... .
In addition to the type of movies being shown, the ,? I
run-down condition of this building is certainly reason 1' UouPcbeotiii'Heart.Geargr .
for grave concern.While not professionally qualified to : "

determine, according to code, the safeness or unsafe- HAMILTON OLIVER BUTTONS OCONNEtli ,
ness of this building, it is our firm belief that an inspection <> i.mmra g$3gS& in PANAVISION I *S** 1' .
thereof by appropriate authorities would require ALSO IN COLOR ALAN LAD
immediate major repairs be affected. I >uI
May we suggest to the Bailey Theatre chain, headquarters I E IIS feudirf ELVI3oWs'EWiSSW! rl9 hri ;
in Atlanta, Georgia, who operates and does (
all bookings for this theatre, that youngsters still go Is this all we can offer our kids for a Saturday ?' M :ED1JS PRESI.EY')11
for westerns and science fiction movies. And if this afternoon at the movies? .
theatre is repaired and cleaned up, the showing of de- r: @f'r
cent movies might bring about a profitable increase in J MlfRoCOtPR

attendance by both youngsters and adults -.--
We wonder if the youngsters will be allowed admission STARTS SUNDAY_,_ SEPT. 26. FOR FOUR NIGHTS.
to see "CIRCLE OF LOVE." .. .' -
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I PHONE She gave men
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 24, 1965 9 I

Board Rattlers Off Running, Printers and Publishers I

Welcomes( Negro Joke OptimisticAltough to Meet in Tallahasee

TALLAHASSEE The fall Gaither Athletic Center and
the Florida A&M hostile and agile" as Coach meeting of the Florida Printersand Gymnasium.The .
Member Larkins football team is laching the 22 Gaither says. Publishers Association local committee has
lettermen that graduated last This Saturday brings the will be held at Florida A&M arranged an entertaining social
June, Head Coach Jake Gaith- Bulldogs of South Carolina University Saturday Sept. 26 program for Saturday night.
BARTOW-Morticians Association Treasurer's by Sammie Davis, er is optimistic about this State Tallahassee.to the FAMU This home will fieldin be Garth Reeves president of Members of the FPPA will attend -
board members offici- Jacksonville and C. P. Xil-'I year's prospect for his Ratt- the first game for the Bulldogsthis the FPPA and editor of the the football game be-
cially welcomed David T. Lar let squad. Gaither is faced and Gaither and his "Miami Times",said the meet- tween the Florida A&M Uni.
son, Tampa; Editor of the year
kins of Clearwater as the new Journal J. Maxwell Charlow, this year w ah a major rebuilding staff are a bit apprehensiveabout ing will be in the form of a versity Rattlers and the South
member of the Florida State Plant City; National Conven| job that includes the the unscouted team. seminar at 9 a.m. in the con- Carolina State College Bull-
Board and heard key reports tion. Mrs. filling of vacancies of such ference room of the Jake dogs.
from the legislative and convention McRae and the: players as Bob Hayes, Ernie
committee at its meet- minutes by W, L. Bruton exec-'hart and Bobby Felts.In ,.,..#., " '." " "+"+"+a
utive Orlando. .. .... .
secretary ... ."":.. ..
ing here recently. John R. Rayof Observations fact, FAMU lost its en- \ <
were made by i '1.>. the NAACP
New Syrmna convention President. R Gibson, Ft. tire backfield except. for -' J" Join
recommended Eugene Thomas who returned ,
chairman that the Pierce who also
greeted the this year only to be injured in '." '." " " " " '"
following be added to the group. ... .
pracitce. Thomas, a fullback
committee Joseoh -
standing :
were conducted was one of the highlights of TA
Duncan Gainesville; Mark by Eli White Inverness. Wel the
Spring practice but, because
Starks Orlando; George Coleman -
opening remarks by of his injury, is not ex-
West Palm Beach; C. P. 0. H. Gause, executive chair, OO
cted to football
p see any
Wilson Tampa; George Cause BRAND NEW
man.Next action for at least two weeks.
Bartow; J. Maxwell Charlow meeting will be held
Plant City; Ray Williams in St. Petersburg Dec. 14. the According A&M team to Coach lacks Gaither experience SS NOW, YOU CAN HAVEYOURDREAMHOUSE t04
Tampa and Mrs. Mary McRae Others attending were John but the team potential is 4pS
St. Petersburg. The B erd approved Reed Pensacola; Roderick great. Another bright spot inGiather's

Larkins his recommendation.in his remarks Starks Stevens; Coleman West Palm; Herbert Beach; a Miami eye is product James out Cambridge of- f AS 500 DOWN

thanked the board for the Thompson, Daytona Beach; 0. O '
High School. Cambridge
wholehearted support in mak- I. .
ran for two touchdownsin ..... HOMESis
He ing said the appoint.ent that he will possible.be sworn Holmes, Haines Leesburg City; ; William C. E. sparking the win for the '.,....:,,JI<< ,,,'I W _".,.., .... ... .,. KING
Rattlers last This
in and sit with the board willat Jackson Pensacola; Robert A&M is working year from a year new Samuel Williams Jr.,a 1965 now able to give you a brand new home in
its next regular meeting. Creal, St. Petersburg and Ray pro type offense to the split graduate of Miami Northwestern '
Other reports included: Willians, Tampa. line T. Expecte'r to do big High School is now in beautiful Washington ParkAND
Gunter Alabama
things with it will be Elroy AFB study
Morand and running back Eu- ing to become a medic. He received YOU MAY CHOOSE YOUR OWN LOT
gene Milton. Both perfo toed training at San Antonio
Fischer Speaks at Canaveral well in last week's 25-12 vic- Texas Air Force Base. SEE THE MODEL HOMES TODAY'
yory over Allen University of Samuel is the ,son of Mr. and AT .
Carolina. Mrs. Samuel Williams Sr. of

Acres Labor Day Picnic runnibg Gaither and hopes passing to combine attack in a 3250 N.W. 48th Terr. I 1440 NE 152nd TERRACENORTH

this year's game plans. The S350 DOWN MIAMI BEACH t
new type of offense benefitsthe
"If more Negroes owned Watts area in Los Angeles A&M breakaway backs, $11,000 TOTAL CHOOSE FROM:
land and had a stake in their where the rioting took place. which are smaller this year '
$68.30 MONTH
community tragedies like the In surveying the situation but are also more "mobile, 4 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS
recent rioting in Los Angeles Fisher concluded that Ne (Plus taxes and insurance) 3 BEDROOMS BATHS
might be prevented* declared groes in Watts-and in other Please call me to Inspect

Charles B. Fisher of the areas of the country-did not HOME OWNERS this real cood buy. This Wi.thin Walking Distance Supervised Playgroundand

Presndcnt's Opportunity Office in'a of speech Economic ata feel the that community.they had He a believesthat footholdin Consolidate your Bills CBS house is on 2 huge Pool, Nursery, Elementary & High School

Labor Day picnic at Canaveral the ownership of property Reduce your Payments lots completely enclosed SEE A COMMUNITY THAT HAS EVERYTHINGLIVE
Acres in Holopaw, Fla. is the answer to this problem. Lower your I Interest with an expensive hurricane _
Fisher, who has been associated Fisher told his audience he $1,000 fence. It has a new guaran-
feels so strongly that he had LIKE ROYALTY IN A
public relations
teed roof and has _
Pay Back $20 Monthly a sepa-
matters with Edward W. Brooke just purchased a lot at Cana
attorney general of Massachusetts veral Acres. He added that $2,000 rate very large double garage KING HOME
; The National Associa- Canaveral Acres was one. of Pay Back $30 Monthly: building also CBS,
tion of Colored Women's Clubs; the few projects that can be $3,000 which could be convertedto MODELS OPEK DAILY 10 -1 P.M. /
The National Conference on truly called equal opportunity Pay Back $40 Monthly more space or Income.
Small Business; Bishop O. W. developments.The Please call I Phone 9457431EDISON
Baber of the AME Church; the, four-day CanaveralAcres PHONES: me day or night j .. -
Parke Pen Co. and the National picnic included free 688-2775 6882775 at PL 1-3748( .
Business League, said food, games, gifts prizes and ADOLPH STONEREALTOR
he had just returned from the entertainment and drew people
from all over the state. I
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3 1
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ANEW. h'", ..:..TYPE, "" ;OF,",REPAIR SERVICE HAS $69 month. Open 3-30 to above.No qualifying on any of the N 335 N.W. 43RD STREET .

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Sun. WE TRADE 3 bedroom, 2 bath, enclosed garage, extra large A

KENNETH JOHNSON GOLD COAST REALTORS living area. If you like to entertain, this is it. .
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Refrigeration and Heating i has 1146 N.W. 46TH STREET =

joined our staff. Mr. Johnson repairs air con- .
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Being sold for FHA valuation. Only $250 down. N

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10 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, September 24. 1965 .

,3Jai: / : .. :par ;problems ta JteclimtindffSi :: ; ,;:,

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1475 NW 58th StreetM.

Episcopal 'Church'wo T. Hopkins, reporterIt

meeting have its monthly Zfon Hope Sunday was superlative! That

T on Sunday Sept. 26 seems the beat word to des-

at 5 p.m. at the church. All cribe Sunday at Bethlehem.The .

confirmed women are urged to morning message was de-

ZION HOPE CHURCH be present. The Episcopal w} ..7;'.,.-- livered by Rev. C. Albury of NEW PROVIDENCERev.

Churchwomen are sponsoring 0,yRMRS.(.' .'i'o""l' Chattie Grove Ojus.
Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor Dade County Ten Best Dressed We extend our greatest grat- C. J. Burney, pastor

Elizabeth Jackson, reporter Women on Oct. 29 at the itude to Rev. Mack and his Claudia Wilson, reporter

Zion Hope church services F.O.P. Hall on 27th Ave. Tickets congregation, Rev. C. H. The Hospitality Auxiliarywill

were wonderful all day last are, now on sale. Get Smith and to our many friends. be expecting you to their

Sunday. Th pastor is asking yours from any of the women wS and visitors for the services .amual tea, Sunday afternoon,
of the church. Mrs. James 'K. and support given our pastor I called Carnations in Fashions.
members attend
to please C. Smith, president.The during his Installation Service
their weekly meetings.The J It[ will be held in the diningroom.
women are asking all St. Theresa's Chapter The public is invited to I Time 4 to 6 p.m. Plan
is sponsoring a night of attend the following
games events at
to to .
please attend the seventh I now come.Continue
Friday, Oct. 1 at the home of DT the Holy Ghost Headquarters:
Woman's Day The in for the
program. the chairman, 16455 NW 22nd Sept. 23, Rev. A. M. Griffin prayer
morning speaker will be Mrs. I sick and those who are grievedover
Ave. The public is I invited. New Shiloh Baptist; Sept.
Beatrice Waldron of West Palm I the loss of their love
Beach. The evening speaker Mrs. Marjorie Oliver, chairman. 24, musical program; Sel t. 26, once: .

will be Mrs. W. K. Smith of' POSTPONED!!!! Choir No. 1 7th Anniversary;

Greater New Bethel Church of' St. Michael's and All Sept. 27. All women of the

Opa-locka. Angels', concert will be heldon church please meet at 8 p.m. ANTIOCH BAPTIST

The president of' the Sun- Sunday, Oct. 10 instead of t. | The i men are making plans

day School and, BTU of' the Oct. 3 t,t the Solemn Evensong ELIZABETH JACKSON ,, for Men's Day, Oct. 24. Members Rev. P. W. Wiggins, pastor

Seaboard Association was service 7 p.m. Please change and friends are waiting to Brol Willie Powell, reporter

here with us Sunday morning.The this date on your calendar. Mrs. Elizabeth Jackson, (hear the blessed event of the

pastor extends a warm chairman of the Woman's Day MRS. BEATRICE WALDONK. church's first lady Sis. Dorothy Sunday, Sept. 26, you are

welcome to all our visiting observance at Zion Hope Mis- Smith of Greater New Bethel West. i invited to a Fashion Tea at

friends. ML HERMON AME CHURCH sionary Baptist Church invites Baptist will be the evening You are always welcome to t the home of Bro. Casey Gra-

Sunday Sept. 19 was a everyone to come out on speaker. th going church for the com- r lams, 6700 N.W. 28th Ave.

WOMAN'S DAY AT BETHEL high day at Mt. Hermon. The Sunday morning and evening to ing Chris f from 4 to 6 p.m. Group No. 1.

very angels seemed to have enjoy the programs. t Group No. 2 invites you toa

APOSTOLIC TEMPLEThe been present at the services.Rev. Mrs. Beatrice Waldron of SALTER'S CHAPEL AME Musical Tea, Friday Sept.

E. J. Jacksonof Washington West Palm Beach will be the 24 at 8 p.m. at the church 1899

Third Annual Woman'sDay D. C. delivered the morning speaker And Mrs. W. Rev. H. J. Benson, pzstor N.W. 64th Street.
celebration of the Bethel
morning message which was Flossie Marshall, reporterAs May we continue tin prayer

Apostolic Temple will be held excellent. It was fills: r with WOMEN OF ST. MARY'STO the w p-d of God was for the sick and shut-ins.
Sept. 26. The morning speakerwill
wisdom and experience in
as taught the Sunday School,
be Sister Hardee. The only zn old man like he could CELEBRATE WOMAN'SDAY and in the morning service the
afternoon speaker will be Mrs..
give "
Irene Pratt Wilder. Each of hymn began, 0 For a Closer

these I speak rs are dynamic Three persons were addedto Walk With God" with Mrs. Mrs. Alice Wainwright Rev.
speakers. Please come out the church, two by baptism. w Underwood at the ortan. ,
The women of St. Mary's Edward T. draham, AnthonyE.
and enjoy the Lord with us. Three babies were christened, will celebrate their annual Being the fourth quarterly Gardiner, Isaacs Withers,
including the twin grand child conference our presiding Elder -
Day, Sunday, Sept Farley Nelsman, are just a few
ren of th pastor. Rev. J. B. Blake
GRACE PRESBYTERIANThis 26. of the speakers who will ap-
The morning speaker will us a most inspiring mes- the
pear on Laymen's Day
Sund. {is Christi The evening service was be Mrs. A. Range, owner of sage that trade your beart'bumwithin.
program Sunday Sept. 26 at
Education Sunday. In the morn- also grand. The pastor's text Range Funeral Home. The With him were his wife Christ Episcopal Church in

ing service all members who was taken from Genesis 35: evening speaker will be Mrs. and daughter. They enjoyed a Coconut Grove. The public is

are working in the area of' 23. It was a searching mes- Irene Brown of New Bethel wonderful dinner with the pas invited to attend both

Christian Education in the sage. Bro. Milton Rolle, a Church. Ths ichairman and her tor at the home of Mrs. Shep- ser-
vices at 7:30 a.m. and 4 p.m.
class leader and steward and
Church will be dedicated for co-workers ask that alt ran. pherd.

the next year's work/ Sunday School teacher, con tains please mak- ctheir i reportsat \ Amongvisitors Suncay were
At 7:30 the fessed to a call to the minis- 3:30 the aunt and uncle of Mrs.
p.m. guest : p.m. Sunday afternoon.The MRS. W. K. SMITH FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
speaker will be Oscar Johnsona try.Bro. public is invited to wor- Underwood Mr. and Mrs. Lewis.
representative of the Boardof Rolle will be presented ship with us. The theme is: "Woman's There will be service Sun- (Brownsville)

National Missions. The to Presiding Elder Dr. J. A. place in the Christian world." day at 3 p.m. for the Crusaders Rev. W. M. Dabis, pastor

congregation is urged to attend Roberts in the quarterly con- MT. TABOR BAPTIST a Please do not miss this anniversary and Sunday night Donella Turner, reporterWe
both of these activities, mom- ference beginning Friday, Sep- for the Travelers Aid Board.
tember 24 when he will preachhis Rev P. S Brown, minister treat.Rev. Come out and invite you to worship
ing and evening on this impor- Paul Freeman is pastor help us. The .
with us each Sunday, a friendly -
tant day.GREATER. 1 trial sermon. Dessie Crockett, reporteruWomen's Area Missionary will be at <
church, in a friendly com-
We are asking all membersand .
Payne Chapel in West Palm j
ResponsibilitiesIn 1 munity, with a warm hearted
NEW MACEDONIA friends of Bro. Rolle to TEMPLE BAPTISTThe Beach Sept. 25 at' 10 a.m.
1' A Changing Society" is the pastor.
come and hear his sermon and
Miss Carrie
3165 NW 56th Street remember him in their prayers. theme for Woman's Day cele "Million Dollar Wed- is still Among our many guests
on the s ck list. The shutinsare
bration to be observed on the worshipping with us Sundaywas
Rev. Roscoe Jenkins, pastor fourth Sunday in October.Mrs. ding and Fashion Review" Mrs. Hattie McCloud, Mrs. King Coleman of' New

Willie J. Beard, reporterWe SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH A. Range, owner of sponsored Monday evening by Willie Thorpe, Rev. W. C. York City, son-in-law of one
were happy to have the Sunday School was beautifully !
very the Range Funeral Home will Johnson in Kendall Hospital. 'of our very fine deacons.

the pastor back with us from Rev. A. M. Griffin pastor be the dynamic speaker for performed by the young We are still looking for-

the National Baptist Conven Sis. C. M. Myles reporter the occasion.The people of the church. An ap- ward for Woman's Day Oct. 4.
tion. He reported having a mar- the preciative audience was in attendance -
Saturday, Sept. 25 No. captains are workingin
velous ti me. He along with I choir will have a food saleat the form of queens. The and everyone laughedto ST. JAMES TRUSTEES THE INCARNATION
both choirs and
usher board
; his heart's content. All of
I the home of Mrs. Marion reporting the largest
Nol I were at their best. queen SPONSOR "FRIENDS DAY"The
the participants did their
English, 1260 NW 66th St. amount of money will be crown- parts SERVICES FOR SUNDAY
Worship with us at the well. Credit ,for preparing and TRINITY XV
"Holy? Ghost ''. The Home Mission Society ed Queen of Mt. Tabor for 1965. Trustees of St. James
Headquarters. will observe its anniversary Sis. E. Merchant, chairmanand presenting the group goes to AME Church, in their initial

Pray for the sick and shutins.;Sunday .afternoon. ... at 3 p.m. Sis. S. Butler, Cochairman Mrs. A. Clark, superintendent; attraction since the dedicationof 9:45: a.m.-Sung Mass and Sermon -
0 and Mrs. V. Strachan, organist.
Kev.. Uallon will be the guest report that the queen s the New St. James Church, .

ANNOUNCEMENTThe speaker. are working tirelessly and are friends Thanks who to cooperated.The the parents. and are rendering a special "Friend:! Last Sunday we enjoyed a

There will be an after service asking each member to supporthis Day' service on Sunday morn- visit from the Rev. James E.
social committee for
monthly union of the program. This program is favorite queen by payinghis ing Sept. 26 at 11 a.m. Woodruff, Episcopal Chaplainfor
Ushe Federated Association!'in behalf of the Deacons Board assessment to her. Woman's Day will sponsor a This service promises to be Fisk University, Tennessee -
will b held Sunday, Sept. 26 All members of the souve- one of musical and spiritual Meharry Medical
at 3 p.m. It will be held af I group will be there. nir committee and working home of the co-chairman, Mrs. value for the membership and School. Fr. Woodruff was celebrant -
First Baptist Church, 1590C We were vey happy to with the committee are Anna McDonald 1001 N.W. friends of St. James. at Low Mass and the

NW 22nd Ave. The mass meet- have our visitors present Sunday asked make to 64th St. Donation is one dol During the service our min- preacher at the Sung Mass.It .

ing will be held on Thursda : so won't you come out the chairman to Sis.your S. report Davis on lar. Serving begins at high ister, the Rev. J. B. Blacknell, was his first visit, We
at 8 p.m. Please be present 1 this Sunday. or before October 16. noon. Delivery if required.The will deliver the sermon which hope he will come again.We .

and time. A officers and membersof will deal with are gradually nearingour
on very uniqueand Dinners will be sold at the the setting for
elaborate oroaram has the Male Chorus wish to this occasion. Musical selec- goal of the air condition
church Saturday Sept. 28 by
been for | thank all their friends who tions will be fund. If have
planned your enjoy- the members of Usher Board presented by our you as not made

ment. Please come! You are CALVARY No. 2. For dinners to be delivered participated in their anniver friends, namely, the Southland your, contribution, please do

most cordially invited. Deacon Rev. Atchison. pastor to you. Please call sary program. Sunday afternoon. Singers and the Men's Chorusof so. Let's get this out of the

Edwin Ramsey, president. Wil Constance Carter, reporter the church 6918732. The Rev. Ernest Huthceson, St. Paul AME Church under way. There's much to be done.

lie J. Beard, reporter. Bible class will be held at asosciate minister at Temple, the leadership of Mrs. Ann The Episcopal Churchwomen

The Annual Men's Day Ce- 8 p.m. tonight, Friday, "Please{ returned last week from a Smith and Richard Tarver, re- Mrs. Louise Bradley, >
DADE COUNTY TEN BEST lebration will be observed all attend. three-week vacation in the spectively.We president is making prepara-

day Sunday, Sept. 26. Plans Bahamas where he visited invite you our friends, tion for our annual State Tea.

DRESSED WOMEN have been made for a spiritual relatives and friends. to worship with us during this Let's all support this effort.

The feast. The morning speaker MCGHANEY SPEAKS service at the Friendly Church lor futther information call

Episcopal Churchwomen will be the honorable pastor of MT. SINAI BAPTIST CHURCH with the Spiritual Emphasis. Mrs. Sheba Martin who servesas
of the Church of The Peace I leave with
you, my
St. Mary's Baptist Church of
..... chairman for this year. The
Transfiguration, Opa-lacka, is Coconut Grove, Rev. W, F. peace I give unto you: John Hallandale date is Nov. 1.
sponsoring Dade County's Ten Tanner. 14:27. We all some times need BAPTIST
Rev. W. H. Butler, pastor Our Senior Warden Charles
Best Dressed Women of 1965 The message of' the after- peace of mind. This may help Sonje Butler, reporter Rev. E. J. Clark, pastor Wyche, who has been ill at the
Friday, Oct. 29 ta the F.O.P. you find some of the peace youneed. in
noon will be delivered by Rev.K. Growing understandingand Baptist hospital, is recoverat -
Hall 15100 NW 27th Ave. Meditate on this with Sunday, Sept. 26 will be
patience really made '
E. Rogers. Rev. Rogers is a home, to the delight of his
Please send choice the belief and realization
to of
your our annual Deacons Deliberation
the very dynamic and spirit- lasting impression on the many friends.
either of these addresses: Christ Spirit I have within
filled pastor of Mt. Olive Bap- myI Sunday School as the pastor Day sponsored by Mrs.
15260 NW 19th Ave, or 1984 tist Church of' South Miami. am always working for the gave a resume of the lesson. E. J. Clark. Each of four Deacons -
NW 153rd ST. in care of Mrs good, the happiness of' others': will speak for fifteen
The Holy Spirit was felt by
The Men's Celebrationwill
l l Elisha S. Clarke Jr. or the be concluded Day with a ser- and I know that peace will all from the dynamic sermon. minutes. The other deacons ATTENTION! ATTENTION!

Episcopal Churchwomen. Send forever be mine in the heartsof The male choral group of will alternate. Each deacon There will be a very impor-
mon by Rev. O. W. Foster who
your choice in today. You need is Moderator of the Florida, all mankind. I am confidentthat Ebenezer Methodist C urch of will choose his own subject. tant meeting of the Dade County -

not sign your name just the East if we try this we will i Miami is to worship 'with us Central's No. I choir will Secretarial Association on
Coast Association
name or names of your choice. and Baptist of Ebenezer- find the kind of peace that Sunday at the 11 a.m. service. furnish spirituals in between Sunday, Sept. 26 in the con-

You may use a post card or pastor Christ Jesus meant for us to' All memberx and frie nds are messages. Come out and boost ference room of the YMCA, NW
Church of Hallandale.
call you names in to 6813393. have. So until a later date, ifGod's urged to work hard in order to, your deacon and your choir. 58th St. and 15th Ave., at 4
Clarke Jr. is the You are i Inuited to witness will thanks and God Time
Mrs. Elisha have a successful Woman's 7 p.m. Everyone wel- p.m.
chairman these spiritual blessings. bless you all. Day. come. Please be on time.

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sad but loving memoryof Arthur Colebrook, Sr. of OSCAR BRADWELL (bet

I CARDS MEMORIALSATKS our dear wife and daughter, 2350 N.W. 74th Terrace died ter known as Jitterbug of 371
Sept. 16. He is survived by NW 16th St. apt. 7, died Sept.

his wife, Muriel; 3 sons, Ar- 17. Remains were shipped to

thur, Jr., Bernard and Terry; Quincy, Fla. Thursday Sept.
23 for final rites.
CARD OF THINKS IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn 1 brother,5 Stanley grandchildren; 1 sister and, Include his wife, Freddie Lee;
Eunice Jones, a
mother, Mrs.
The family of the late memory of our dear hus- memory of the late his mother Mrs. Elizabeth Barr sister Mrs. Ambrosia Sappand
band and father and other relatives and friends.
'JIMMIE ABRAHAM J. THOMASwho Services were held Wednesday other relatives.
HARVEYwho s R; ---
departe this life September 4 p.m. at the New Bethel Baptist JOHNSON 322
died on August 24, 1965,
23, 1957. Church.
died 17. Ser
NW 7th St.,
wishes sincere
to express dwellethin
Mzy the God -----
vices held Friday.
thanks to their many friend sand Heaven prosper your Jour- : Birsell Leon Lotmore. Sr. include several friends.
neighbors for their kind ney and the angel of God kdep fkF of 1430 N.W. 57th St. died
words and deeds rendered during h you company.Mrs. Sept. 17 as a result of an automobile --
Baby Girl Wimbley, daughterof
their time of sorrow. Also r Mary L. Thomas, wife accident. He is sur-
and Mrs. Robert Wimbleyof
thanks for the beautiful flow- )R YO ,V Y} 5 Mr.
vived by his wife, Lovetta,
Abraham Thomas jr., son
1380 NW 46th St., di ed Sep-
ers, cards, letters and tele- Alfred N. Thomas, son children, Cassandra, Martha tember 15. Graveside services
grams. --- .-. Gail, Birsell, Jr., Cynthia and
"After the darkness the daylight CARD OF THANKS Sharon; 1 sister Lilly herring; held Tuesday.

comes :through 2 nieces and other relatives HOUSE OF ALBERT
After the shower the rainbowsin The family of the late and friends. Services will be

view ;, BERTIE EARL ROBERTS held Saturday 11 a.m. in the LUCIOUS WATSON, 2103
After the heartaches there Range Memorial Chapel. NW 75th St., died Sept. 20.
wish to thank their many r s
from above
comes Survivors are six sisters Mes-
friends and for their
The peace and comfortOf neighbors MRS. IRENE POITIERwho dames Margaret Johnson, Cel-
God's healing love." 4 t kindness during our bereave- departed this life Sep lie M. Elem, Maggie Corbett,
ment, for their cards, telegrams -
tember 8, 1956. Lillie Scott, Carrie Taylor,
Mrs. Nora Harvey wife letters and donations. Gon e but not forgotten.May ''!!' Victoria Rutledge, a brother,
And Family Very many thanks to the visit- she rest in peace '., Thomas Watson. Services will
ing priest the Rev. Fr. Austin
Milton Poitier, husbandMrs. ..,.qJL: ,." be announced later.
Cooper of Christ Episcopal '
Marie Curry, mother -----
CARD OF 'THANKS MR. JACOB ROLLE Church for such a very inspir- EMERY FEDD, 2150 AH

who departed this life Sept. ing sermon.A W. Baba Ave., Opa-locka, died
The family of the late special thanks to the mother
28, 1963. CARD OF THANKS Sept. 18. Survivors are ,
"Now the laborer's task is O'er, Francis Funeral Home for their a sister and aunt. Remainswll

Now the battle day is past kindness and hospitality during the family of the late be sent to Apalachicola

Now upon the farther elands our hour of bereavement.Mrs. EDWARD REDDICKwho Monday for final rites.

the voyagers at last departed this life August v -----

lwitr Father, in thy gracious keeping Romalia H. Roberts 23, 1965 wish to thank uou BERNARD FRAZIER. 1331

,A Leave me now thy servant Mother for the cards, flowers, telegrams --.- ,. NW 75th Terr., died Sept. 20.
1 sleeping, Daphne and Ida, Sisters and cars. We appreciateevery Mrs. Vivian Leverity Higgs, Funeral in the chapel Saturday

Godfrey and Mi Hard, encouraging word and of 7184 N.W. 14th PI. Apt. 9 at'3. p ..rti.WILLIAM.
The Family brothers deeds shown to ou during our
died Sept. 15 at Mt. Sinai Hos-
IN MEMORIAMIn Jacqueline, Sharon, Ro- bereavement. Special thanksto pital. Survivors are Joe Higgs; SMITH, Goulds,
malia (baby) Ida, Nieces Richardson Funeral Home. 6 daughters, Catherine Bain, died Sept. 21. Arrangementsare
sad but loving memory of (Little) Master William Mrs. Carrie B. Reddick wife Jane Jones, Barbara, Davis, incomplete.
dear Miss L. Lucile Reddick Sis.
my son, Nephew Johnnie Mae Leverity, Goldie
Albert Asia, nephew
---- -- -----
Mullins and Juanita Williams; FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST
CARD OF THANKSWe 2 sons, John and David; 7
IN MEMORIAM grandchildren and other relatives Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor'
wish to thank the neigh- Sis. Lee
and friends. Services will Ruby Carr, reporter
bors of 48th and 49th Streetsin The Mothers Board wishesto
be held Saturday 2:30 p.m. at
Brownsville through Mrs. New Bethel Baptist Church. thank thei ffriends for par.
Mable Whitehead, the Antioch ticipating on their anniversay
Mrs. Higgs will be taken home
MR. EDWARD DAN LS .rPRINCE Baptist Church of Brownsville Friday 6 p.m. to lie in repose Friday, Sept. 24 at 8 p.m. No.

wish to thank Rev.W. C. Smith Rev. Stephenson, pastor, Rev. until the funeral hour. 2 choir will begin celebratingits

of Greater Bethel Baptist P. W. Williams and church, the ----- anniversary with visiting
( Church of Opa Locka, the John Griffin Post No. 165 of ..6v Robert Ben Smith of 15823 choirs of the city appearing on

Range Funeral Home, Perry's the American Legion Auxiliary, N.W. 18th Court died Sspt. 14 program. Rev. Ferguson of
Florist and the host of friends members of the Brownsville at the Veterans Hospital& in Richmond Heights will preachthe
\ for the cards, telegrams and Baptist Church and many other Coral Gables. Mr. Smith livedin anniversary sermon on Sun-
acts of kindness 'extended friends for their most loya 1 Miami for 20 years. Survi- day at 3 p.m. when the choir

them in their bereavement. help to us during the sad hour vors are his mother, Mrs. Bessie will conclude their anniver-
j of the lost of my son WilliamE. Lee Smith; 3 sisters, Cora sary. The preident, Bro. Nel-

The Bereaved Family Richardson who passedaway A Lee Perry, Fannie Shepard and son Harris and members, are
during a traffic accidentin Viola Searles and other relatives inviting you at this time. We
) A. SIMS SeasideCalifornia. Throughyour and friends. There were are praying for all of our sicka

who died September 24, 1952. help I was able to go and oo local services, he was taken speedy recovery. Come to
CARD OF THANKSWe when death and took our Beach Fla. church and have your faith
came see him put away. Thank you to Daytona ,
the family of the late loved one away it left our home and may God bless you all. for final rites and interment.3iurotu lifted.
so lonely these 13 years.
Sleepon dear one and take your Mrs. Gussie RichardsonAnd m

rest, we loved you but God FamilyIN

loved you best. -1 --..-.- ,. rinse ffarb

Your dear mother, MEMORIAMIn ARTHUR A, ARANHAwho

lp a Mrs. Remilda Sims passed September 28, HAS Preferment plotsALSOImmediate of 8 grave spaces or less
Ruby Sims, sister sad but loving memory of 1963. Gone but not forgotten
I I s!i ingle grave space interment
George Sims, brother our dear brother
Betty Bethel, sister EDDIE GREEN The Family Boxes and vat ilti permitted

We are not full and we are still doing business
Open six days aGates week to serve you
who passed Sept. 23, 1962.
sad but loving memory of r family of the late open 7 days for I t your convenienceNE

our dear mother and sisterS Delia Green MARTHA STORR 3001 I HW 46TH STREET 4-4197

And Family take this method of expressingtheir Ei Johnson, Managers Horn phones OX 1.9199

thanks and appreciation ......J _

,, for cards, telegrams and wordsof
consolation during their bereavement p, ,
Special thanks to

CarverRanches the pastor, officers and members -'
of Temple Baptist Church,
Rev. George L. Sawyer and th
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I HUTCH IN SON S a ; 91i A. r ,
who departed this life August I I
28, 1965 wishes to thank its :

many friends for theirkindness The Carver Ranches Fire YOU
during his illness and for their
Department meets every Mon- Sick, troubled, unhappy? MEMORIALSiUIT
help and sympathy during our
day night at the Fire Stationon
bereavement. A special thanksto 44th Ave. and 21st St. Need Help? TO YOUR FAITH

Jackson Memorial Hospital ----- Send for clothe '
MRS. your prayer
staff for their devoted care and ADLINE SCOTT The South Broward VFW Also birthdate. r (Our> entire staff is thorughly -
today. Con. ,,
service during his confinement who passed on to eternal rest Post is making plans to open ,
Rev. William Savoy, the offi- September 16, 1964. its 1966 Membership Drive, so tributions accepted. ) a trained to followe

cers and members of Grace "There is a land of pure delight don't forget that our meetingsare REV.MOTHERMcQONALD th beliefs of every faith
Presbyterian Church, Loyal on the first and third Sun- I/ ..
Ladies Social Savings Club, Where we all must go day or days of each month. P. 0. Box 6326 : ,hen carrying out their
Love and Charity Lodge and night.As Miami, Florida 33136REDUCE (?&, duties. Every detail
Range Funerailiome. you slipped away, went out Mrs. Ruby Cutler of Carver t: /'
.. .__ _. will
of .0' meet
Thanks to the neighborsand sight Ranches would like to express your
friends for flowers, cards, Your life left a beautiful light thanks to the members of the 57(

and telegrams, donations and Which always shine throughthe Home Owners' Association of : 2'
cars. May God bless each of darkest of night. Hyde Park and Carver Ran oj ,I'\l
you. ches for the dance party givenby : "N ly Father in He'.lven, help

Mrs. Florella Turpin the asscoiation on Friday Lose up to 6 pounds : me, never to forget Thy love
The Hutchinson Family Mrs. Annie R. Glover night, Sept. 18 at the Carver it looks up to me in the

Mrs. Jonnie Redding Ranches Park. WEEKLY : ( I \ b ex1 ,awry of the flowerJohn ,"

Mrs. Sennie Simmon ------ 1545 S. W. lit StreetF .... \ Henry Jowett
Mrs. Eva Mae Waters Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Wjite- R 3.2748

TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO Mrs. Azzie L. Joyce, rights. head returned from Nassau after 0:scar L Range
Mr. Albert Scott, Son spending the weekend.
CHURCH SUNDAY Mrs. Eva U. Smith, Sister They report that they had a DR. LONG'S CLINIC Jt. uneral I:: HomerThEMiAMiTESFridUernber241i965

Grands and Greatgrand child. very fine time. _

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.. ___ __ THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday September 24, 1965 13 .11

.CLASSIFIEDFOR: : : 'I [) 1065 N.W. 59th Street in private home. Near WORKERS waitress, for night club.
: : : . No qualifying, freshly painted bus stops. Call OX 17317. Grovers in Homestead area Must have health and ID card.

inside and out, appliances. ---- need men to set up trees and Phone 6816525 or after.8 p.m.
$300 down and move right in. Nice large 1 bedroom house. repair storm damage (In tropical ,Apply at Continental Club
SALE FOR SALE $85 month pays all. Keys at Just painted inside. Small taW fruit groves. Rates $1.15 per 6000 N.W. 7th Ave. Ask for
Life Realty, Broker 4932 N mily. $20 per week. Will sellto hour. Free transportation. Mr. Vaught.
Nice 9 year old duplex. 2'' "Attention" This beautiful 3 7th Ave. PL 9-4731. Open right party. $100 down balance Buses will pick up on N.W.
bedroom each side. Near bedroom, 2 bath home with separate Sun. and eves. weekly. NE 5-5566. 62nd St. between 12th and Placement Clerk.: Salary based
everything. FHA or conv. '1295 dining room large lot ---- ---- 22nd Ave. Also on N.W. 3rd experience. B & B. Employ-. ,
| N.W. 33rd St. sept.25 air cond. appliances included 1365 N.W. 86th Street Room for single man. No cooking Ave between 10th and 14thSt. ment. FR 32106.Professional .
only $13,000. FHA $300 down Lovely CBS large fenced yd pair $7 per week. 536ft N.W. at 6:30 a.m. each morning. ---
------ payment located at 1870 NW cond., awnings appliances. 6th St. rear. Kendall Packing Co., Goulds Teacher. Wonderful -

I BRAND NEW. $495 down. 86th Terr. Open Sunday all dayor No qualifying. $750 down and ---- and Lucerne Packing Co., opportunity to head new
Greatest deal in town, whichno drive by then call Fenster move right in. Key at Life Room in nice respectable Princeton. private school. Call 5381731.
one can match. Check and Realty (Broker) 691-2962. Realty Broker, PL 9-4371. home. 1441 N.W. 67th St. Ph.
see for yourself. 3 bedroom, --- 69 -8628 Men for general repair work
2 baths and lots of luxury 65 49th Street 1880 N.W. 86th Terrace -- and maintenance. Apply at TAKE YOUR FAMILY, TO

features, 877 N.W. 73rd St. Lovely CBS 2 bedroom on Beautiful 3 bedroom CBS, car- 6 room house. 1933 N.W. 6th Bonded Rental Office, 1163, CHURCH SUNDAY,
City water. Call JE 1-6902. oversize lot, separate garage port, fenced yard appliances,,. Ave. Call 7511046. 3rd Ave.
carportenclosed porch, $400 No qualifying $1,500 down ---
LIVE RENT FREE down,no closing costs. $80.80 and move right in. Life Realty New 2 bedroom Free : "
apt. ,
Colonial Duplex month. $13,000 total. Aetna Broker PL 9-4371. Open Sun. water stove. No children. 765 {: :.;.- ,:list IIYs 1 to TOWK: {;:: ,

2 bedroom tile bath Realth (Broker) 811 N.W. 54th and eves. N.W. 69th St. -

Low down payment St. Phone 757-5724. -- OPEN SUNDAY COME SEE
1392 N.E., 151st St. Large 3 bedroom CBScarport, 1 bedroom efficiency. Furn.
PL 1-2768 Luxurious living with a swim- lenced yard tile root, appli Call '754-0977 l 120 I N.W. MTU STREET
ming pool and 3 bedroom 2 ances. Only $11,000. $350
ATTENTION-Bargain Hunters: bath CBS. Could be bought at down and $63 month, FHA. Unfurn. house. 1558 N.W. 49thSt. CBS,3 bedroom, 2 bold, Fla room, dining room, garage,

houseson one lot,completely FHA terms. A large home for Life Realty, Broker, 4932 NW Immed. occupancy. Key at applionctt. $14,000 total. $450.down.
furnished 2 one 3 bedroom plut the particular buyer. How about 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Open next door by Mrs. Collman.S.S. * *

efficiency. $8,000. Go bj coming out this Sunday from eves and Sun. Gross Realty Realtor 1600 N.W. 91ST STREET
2172 N.W. 47th Terr., ther 1 to 6 p.m. and our Salesmai 444-6126.
call Fenster Realty, BrokerPL will show you around. Locationof Large 3 bedroom CBS, carport, Corner, X large lot, swim pool, CBS, 2 bedroom, Fla
9-8779. property is 94 N.W. 48th St. front porch large kitchen. Room. Prefer gentleman. Call room, carport, appliance, washing machine, $13,000
----- Fenster Realty (Broker) 691- stove refrigerator. No qualifying. 751-1801. total. $400 down. No closing costs.
Brand new 3 bedroom, 2 bath 2962. we have key. $1,000 down. $85 month. --- * *
CBS, Fla room, built-in stove ----- Move right in. Life Realty, Fum. 1 bedroom apt. Near
Modem CBS 4 bedroom 2 bath built-in Fenced
oven, latest creations in 2111NW. 84th'St. $300 Down Broker 4932 N.W. 7th Ave. buses and Grandway. Couple.
building. How about comingout CBS 2 bedroom doll house PL 9-4371. Open Sun & eves. 1225 N.W. 56th St. back yard. $14,500 total. $450 down.
* *
on Sunday and see our ---
plus Fla room, No closing
model at 1141 N.W. 75th St. costs, $60.28 month with; a total 2 bedroom duplex. 1110 N.W. CBS, 3 bedroom, dining room, utility room, large lot.
From 1-6 p.m. and our sales- 77th St. 1 bedroom 1152 N.W.
price of 9700. See right Only $11,000 total. $350 down.
man will show nd.
you aro\ 77th St., 1 bedroom, 1956 N.W.
Fenster Realty (Broker) PL-. now. Aetna Realty (Broker) * *
47th St. Reliable Rental
98779. 811 N.W. 54th St. Phone 757- lot. CBS 2 bedroom Fla
------ 2891. Corner large beauty, room,

A beautiful 2 bedroom CBS, 5724. ----- utility room, stove, air cond., garage, $12,000 total.
hardwood floors, carport, FHA Beautiful clean like new CBS. $400 down.
3 bedroom CBS in the heart of .t
only $250 down. Clean in and 4 room duplex upper or lower * *
out. Location 1863 N.W 88th Manor Park plus garage, cor- eyes fum or unfurn. Large yard. A
Terr. Open Sunday 1-6 p.m. ner lot, close to school and quiet neighborhood. Couple No qualifying. Only $70 month. Fully furnished. 2 bed

Fenster Realty, Broker, PL,buses, shopping center located only. No pets. $20 week. 4113 room, near school and buses. $8,500 total.
98779. 798 N.W. 46th St. Drive by * *
N.W. 23rd Ave. call CA 1-2535.

1341-43 N.W. 33rd Street then call Fenster Realty, ----- Only $50 month. CBS, 3 bedroom, Fla room, fenced
691-2972.We have
Broker key.
1 bedroom Air cond. and
backyard. Only $7,900 total. No qualifying.WE .
Lovely du lex tile roof -------
fum. Adults
only. 1210 N.W.
Naturally Healthy Normal 'Hal*
1740 N.W. St.
lousied windows, terrazz CROWS from the HAIR ROOTS. 77th Terr (reference needed). HAVE MANY MOREIF
floors, furniture and appliances. CBS 3 bedroom carport tile In YOUR hair SCALP.often The condition of --- YOU ARE BEING DISPLACED LET USHELP YOU
Live rent free. Price is roof oak floors large kitchen on your the natural heath sot your Exquisite Apartment YOU BUY ANY FHA HOUSE $100 DOWN
$13,400, $450 down and $77 awnings sprinkler system, icalp.NOT Invented Yean tffo DOCTOR CAR;, 2 Bedroom Unfurnished
medicated U
month, FHA. Life Realty, only $400 down, no closing formula called a CARBONOXb I 1392 N.E. 151 St.
Broker, 4932 N.W. 7th Ave. costs $71.92 month. Total which IM mixed with many roven ;: PL
beneficial' InfredlenU. CAR.BONOEI 1-2768
PL9-4i7I.Open evenings and price 12500. Don't miss this r U such a lit ron". power SHELL REALTY,
1 Sunday. one. Aetna Realty (Broker) ful antiseptic and does such tine
work In helping a"
CBS 811 N.W. 54th St. Phone 757- BUMPY. DANDRUFF .eacg.: f;: PIANO LESSONS

I Total only $10,500.BEAUTY$350 down -5724.----- scalp many and DOCTORS troubles.' I Errfrd Many for annoyln It highly many*, I will teach children from 7 4260 ,NW 7ft Av,. 758-5551

and $74 month pays all, for By owner. CBS, 3 bedroom 2 externally d.calp condi. years old and up to play the
[ this beautiful 2 bedroom CBS bath with extra lot. Ideal for ions art greatly relieved by the piano. Call 6356737.
us* of this Triple strength tar
full dining room modern kit- doctor, dentist beauty parlor formula. Write for this DOCTOR'GENUINE _
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chen, completely fenced, beautiful etc. 4769 N.W. 17th Ave. SCALP FORMULA
now. It will be sent to alt "
white sparkle brick wall Shown by appointment. Pt!. mixed and ready to us*. USE you IT
in living room with fire place, 8853805. FOR satisfied 7 DAYS., your and money If you back.are Par not: Finest Selections i to Miami

barbecue pit, carport. This isa ------- :rJIu'.. on delivery. This In* t.'e .
honey. A. Ben-Kori Real 1821 N.W. 89th Terr. $350 everything. Don't ray a -
] tor, call anytime, 751-2243. down. CBS 2 bedroom huge directions.penny more.Use You the fet flnett It with MIDI:full \:tt 2 NEW LOW DOWN PAYMENTS :I
---- Fla completely fenced, CATED SCALP FORMULA your
room money can buy. Your hair and EZ Terms Less Than Rent
SPACIOUS CBS this house must be seen. No scalp deserve rive car*. Just vend I f U
Total $14,050 Only $450 closing costs. Total price is your name and address to-GOLD JC
down. 2 baths, Fla room, big $11.20 with monthly paymentsof Dept. 'at 2 Shetp ahead Bay 1'1J U
kitchen, huge dining room, $64.49. Aetna Realty. Broker JORMULA Brooklyn 334 carries N.Y. a NOTE 100%: THIS writ (I lInt look expensive. To see me Is to bvy me.) .

large living room, full garage, 811 N.W. 54th St. Phone ten money bac* guarantee. :I I am a broad new beaetifvl 3 bedroom, 2 bark i with =
full utility modern 757-5724.
room, very
and 1 block from school 1 block
home room garage. U
in the best section of -------
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town. This is your dream home.A. 1962 Pontiac Tempest. 2 door - from busses and 4 blocks from North side Shopping .

Ben-Kori Realtor, call anytime sedan. Buckets seats, radio, I 4 I I- Center. ea!

I 751-2243. heater, $100 take over pay- I', From diapers to diplomas -0--- .
----- ments. Call 757-4940 after 5p.m. U 4625 N.W. 16TH AVENUE .
Your children I look to you for support and I
I| I
Live free education. Air conditioned, 2 bedrooms, plus Fla
rent rent backhouse --- ---- room, $200 .
and live in front home with Giant 3 bedroom. $400 total I, Here is where LIFE INSURANCE can give I down, $74 month, $9,000 total price. U

modem kitchen, Fla room three down. 2440 N.W. 91st St. CBS the help you need. M cr- -- Ra

bedrooms, dining room this isa Tile roof carport fenced ) I .... 23RD AVENUE .
very large lovely home. Ideal yard oak floors, no closing .

for a large family. Price only costs. $71.92 month. Total ( I I: Gorqeoai 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, hardwood floors, tile U=

$10,500. Bank" terms. A.Ben- 12500. Be first. Call Aetna SEE A (CENTRAL U roof boilHn kitchen and I barbecue>> $500 down pUs .
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III 14 THE' MIAMI TIMES'. Friday. September 24 .196S --- -
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Betty J. Kelly of Miami,
On 30 the following
daughter of Mrs. Rachel Longa
members-Mrs. Marie Taylor, teacher of French at Cathe- The books are open
Mrs. Theresa Clark. Mrs. Ma-
dral High School, New York
mie and Mrs. I
City, successfully completedthe I
cA Marie Daniels attenl ed the
+ Lan
1as seven weeks Foreign

Council Dade at County the SkellyMcLeodPost Presidents' selm's guage College Institute this at past Saint month.An- ;:It.r'l<> .:" '', t Air Coditload :-,.I.:& 3

Home, 15900 NE 21st & .. .
Forty-five High School and kJ" < H "*" : "
Ave. The meeting was well : '
y attended and each one gainedmore eighteen Elementary School'' : AVAIL d Btt'FOR.D NCEs-MEETING ,
knowledge of the auxili teachers of French participated'in BANQUETS
the program which was spon- WEDDINGS,

ary On work.Sept. 1 the auxiliarymet sored by Saint Anselm's Col- REASONABLE RATES

at the Dixie Park Youth lege under a National Defense
IE 'tTt.t: Center with a large group of Education Act contract. SEATS APPROXIMATELY 300

ing ende cour first membershipdrive. TRAVEL FILMS AT DIXIE
__ All members are askedto MR. CONE 4435611
i% I attend the School of Instruction PARK LIBRARY SPET. 30. CLUB TIKKI 3611 GRAND AVENUE

.. Sept. 19 at the
Lindley De.Garmo Post Home, "Come Along," the 1965-
66 series of travel films
: pre-
; I McFarland Road, Coconut
: sg a u+ Grove. Registration starts at sented by the City of Miami ., ': < : f:';

__ 8 a.m. Mrs. Doris Hahn, 10th Public Library will begin on ;-4 LYNNJEFF.KINDERGARTEN S Sfx
; 4 Districtpresident will preside. Sept. 29 at the Dixie Park 1

Regular meetings of the Branch, at 8 p.m., on Sept. 30 .* 0'",'', -'6601"N.W."Z2ND'AVENUEm: "".-.:, :.... .:. -h
auxiliary are held every first at 1 and 8 p.m., at the Main
and third Wednesday nights Library and Oct. 1 at 8 p.m. at REGISTRATION STILL BEING TAKEN FOR CHILDREN

each month at the Dixie Park the Allapattah Branch.
I Sldenl FROM AGES 2 -6
B-CC Abroad Youth Center. Mrs. Marie M. The films will i include

Daniels, PR chairman. "Super Jet to Italy, "Wings to Newestl Most Modeml! Pick Up and Delivery
Central America and Mexloc,"
Bethune-Cookman College a progrzm organized by Florida and "The Eighth Wonder."
particiapted in the Study Presbyterian College, Saint ORCHARD VILLA PTA "Suiter Jet to Italy, pre- Excellent Care for Your Child

Abroad Program sponsored bv Petersburg.On sents tiu, rich cultural and Call Now For All Information
thessociated Mid-Florida July 22 after six weeks The first meeting of the spiritual heritage of Italy..
Colleges which consists' off of study at the University of Orchard Villa PTA will be "Wings to Central Americaand 696-0891 OR 691-2962 OR HE 40940

Rollins College of Winter Sussex in Brighton, England, held Wednesday night Sept. Mexico" shows Costa Rica .
Park Florida, Stetson Univer- the students traveledin a cara- 29 at 7 p.m. in the school's El Salvador. Guatemala,
sity, Deland Florida Presbyterian van of three large buses, visiting cafetorium. Please be presentand Hondurasand q
Panama, Nicaragua,
,1 '
College, St. Petersburg Belgium, The Nether- on time. Door prizes will Mexico through a kaleidoscope Perry'iDebbiePluylaidKinder < tt.

Florida Southern College, Lake lands, Germany, Switzerland, I be given at eacn meeting.Mrs. of shape and color. i
4 land and Bethune-Cookman Col- Austria, Italy and France. Marietta Bullard.ires-' '
is q.arte & :
"The Eighth Wonder" a Mursery
lege, Daytona Beach. Organized tours under the :ident Mrs. Clora M. Pearsau, J! ;
Gardens .
principal. trip through the Rock City A Jfc* *
Down above, a group of leadership of professional and the Fairyland Ca-
the traveling students at the guides to such scenic sitesas
of Tennessee.Free :
French Royal Palace of Louis Brussels, ancient Rome, verns
tickets will be re ...., .
': -
XIV at Versailles. Reading the Florence of *CURRICULUM q
from left to right: Reginald the chateau country around SUPPORT quired the Main Library only *INDIVIDUAL RESTING COTS <$6.0: O y
Moore of Bethune-Cookman Tours, the walled city of Car- and will be available on Mon- *HOT LUNCHES ','
YOUR day, September 27 after 6 p.m. 1ER WEEK
College Peter Vasile of Fla. casonne and the cathedral of *FIELD TRIPS __
Southern College; Shelly Smithof Chartres, provided a background for as long as they last. -

Rollins Buddy Roseborough of learning that will YMCA THERE WILL BE NO PICK UP AND DELIVERY
of Fla. Southern and Doug enrich future learning.The .
Short of Stetson. This group of traveling students also SERVICEFor

five is from Volusia County. visited the French Riviera and BE A NURSE'S AIDETHEIDEALSCHOOL further information:
They were among more than the Brenner Pass into the Aus-
100 students "*"> took part in trian Alps. CENTERVILLA FOR CALL NE 4 8315 OR NE 8052


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Atlanta, Ga.-'Failure of ment statistics relating aver r,I
high school age youths, work age life-time income with the '" 10:00: A.M. TO 6:00: O.M. P.M.
ing or unemployed, to return to level educational attainment
the classroom this season may reveal that: .
well be a big and tragic mis- Persons having less than a The same Dependable Conscientious service...
take." grammar! school (eight years)
This statement was made education will have life-time SUNLIGHT DEAUTYSCHOOL.x ,
by Dianne McKaig, chairmanof (
the U. S. Labor Department's : ; S.,.,E'"eI''At; ; ,: ,

Regional Staff here, on Those with a grammar I x :;.. ... TRANSPORTATIONALL

the recent opening of the school education will earn NOW FOR A LIFE LONG CAREERIN
1 "Back-to-School" drive in six $184,000. FOR $8.00 PER WEEK
t southeastern states: Alabama, BEAUTY CULTURE
High school
graduates will "
Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, make $247,000. REASONABLE LOW DOWN PAYMENT
I 3038-W48Ttrr;; :
North and South Carolina. The Individuals with som c college Ni44308SMHHMHUHHHUMMnu;
drive is sponsored by the education ---------- It. .
will get $293.- ---------------------- '
President's Youth Opportunity 000. I
Council chaired by Vice Pres- College graduates will earn Add re s.-------------*.---------------- .

ident Hubert H. Humphrey. $417,000. This coupon worth $5.00 toward course

"However this isn't just a n n rr n n nf-r.*' I.

Initiated at the President's matter of money," Miss Mc.t --------- .E'11M MACHINE 'TRAINING;
request, the drive is aimed a ; Kaig said. "The American ,
preventin an estimated 750- dream is for each youngster tot I -
000 boys and girls in the United realize his or her highest individual I TV SALES & REPAIRS FREE DELIVERY i' MIAMI INSTITUTE \i Ii

States from becomimg dropouts potential to become a Authorized ,
this school year. self-confident productive and factory repair company i a rl

"More than ever before, our effective citizen. MOVED TO :
society demands a high school "This is becoming more i
diploma. Every effort is being difficult without a high school LOCATED AT .., ,w w.- .__ ._ ,_ .. ,.

made through federal, state education N.W. 62ND STREET Col/ .
149 N 'ge 'of.!Fata !l"oUIS. tlg/'tit"ce. M
( and local programs to make it "Many youths now employ.
Authorized RCA sales dealer
possible for all youths to get ed but who haven't graduated : :B
at least a high school educa- from high school can be deceived All our sales and repairs guaranteed PROGRAMMING ,
tion by cash in their !*
poc- 3 Mta and .. Needed I In the data '
kets wo a. art tow procttsfog.
She pointed to this sum from a regular pay check
mer's successful Youth Opportunity into a false sense of security.! JOE SCOTT TV PL 1-8381 Np field. tit fastest oftwfog field. I.! tit U.S. JJ

Campaign as a coopera "Such youths are the firstto miHjj M HI M f CI '*
i i i i j $ept.25nnrvi TRAIN NOW A SECURE FUTURE
tive all-out effort to place be laid off and are usuallythe -- FOR .
youths 16 through 21 in jobs.In last to be hired. w Earn more tka $10.WOAt 5
"The labor market for the a.yi o a a a a a tnra a a mo ry.a g a a rn aTELE .. :*5
uneducated, the undereducatedand IIN Student Loans Available '5
an increasing number of the unskilled workers has = Rq
throughout the been steadily shrinking. lAY ANB IIIIIIT FOIII MI ',.
southeast, part-time employ '
ment opportunities are being Opt 1:30'0'to 10 pdt. .Ml

made available to disadvan- "The dropout ordinarily has ] ,$20UP I Call' Mian) Tech for .ppol.'"...'. Ph. (33-1441 ''..

taged youths under the Neighborhood a much more limited choice of j Or toed this for fettle .foraatl. '.
Youth Corps (NYC) jobs. These jobs often are at -

'program of Act.the Economic Opportunity low chance pay for advancenent.and with limited TV SETS, ONLY $20 UP FULL t.4faal'utft.te' of Technology (1250 N.W.:27th Ave. 'E

"The NYC projects assist "When the school dropout is PRICE. GET YOURS WHILE STILL AVAIL U e

and encourage youths from low unemployed, he remains so fora Ii NAME...........................................ACE...........
income families to stay in longer period of time than ABLE. SPECIAL SALE FOR SEPTEMBER. ..NN

school providing or go back them to with schoolby the the there graduate.has been In a recent consistently years U.S.I.T. CORP. I STREET ..........................................................,. ==

chance to earn needed moneyin higher percentage of unemployment I I o

community service jobs," amon g dropouts than: 703 N. Miami Ave 371-9947: CITY.............................PHONE...................... .
she stated. among high.school graduate s," I .. .. ,,,._ ._ _., __..._ ,_.<>> _.w '... ..
The latest Miss said. 'I 1tio.tOBtttttt aofl o (> oft t q sept,, 25. rl.i.....
Labor Depart* McKaig .................

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I THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 24, 1965 15

[Spearing with......... i I. Northwestern, Carver Win; !i Looking the

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t i Tfck. < a* BTW
Mays, North Dade Lose


The Northwestern Bulls A last-minute Booker T. n(,.
.. squeezed past Blanche Ely Washington touchdown, by _
High of Pompano 19-J.5, last Fred Warren was nullified by
Friday night despite two sen- a holding penalty Saturdaynight BY LEO ARMBRISTER Over
sational long pass plays en- and Middleton High heldon
VETERANS BOXING ASSOCIATION RING 31$ gineered by Ely quarterback for a 14-9 victory over the
Jimmy Jackson. Tornadoes in a game rescheduled MIAMI'S SLOW START ,GIVES FANS WORRIESThe
The South Florida Veterans Boxing Association re- Jackson's scoring passesof after rain Friday night

cently formed is now,in the midst of a membership drive. 79 and 51 yards plus a forced postponement.The Miami Hurricanes looked completely estranged -

If you are .a supporter, fo .boxing, join now, we need youl! safety, were all Pompano'sEly Miami team down 7-0 tothe game of football in the season opener.against.
Make inquiry at Miami Beach 5th St. Gym or call or write could muster as North- at the end of the first quarter Southern Methodist University losing 7-3.' "0" .
western's Bulls stacked up 19 drove 69 yards in the second Let us hope that this presentation Saturday nigh
at 1-9504.
Ross, president JE Thanking
Tommy you points in the first half for quarter period in seven plays
is not indicative of what will in the of foot-
and all. This V.B.A. takes in from Key West to West their second season win. Ed Young scoring on a one- we get way
Beach. ball this season or we are built-up for a huge let down
Palm Bull quarterback Robert yard plunge. Woodrow Green's27yard
The V.B.A. is pleased to say this drive is turningout Taylor ran 39 yards for one pass to Joseph Hall The poor record of SMU last season (1-7) was the
to be a great success. Jew membership are pouringin. score and passed to end Cur- put the ball into scoring po- Hurricanes had leaned on to launch a successful sea-
So let's get on the bandwagon and file an application. tis Daily for another. Then sition. The contest was BTW son; now this effort has blown to pieces and they are
The organizers are very pleased with their hard Eddie Sams defensive end High School's first of the sea- faced with the task of over coming Syracuse away

work and efforts. Here are some more members I'd liketo for Northwestern stole a son. _________ from the familiar and friendly territory of home.
pitchout and carried it 24 Miami finished last season strong after a slow
write about in this column: Duke Ducoff, general ma- BELLE GLADE SHUTS OUT
nager of the Miami Beach Auditorium and ConventionHall yards for the winning score. beginning; here's hoping that the start of their good
NORTH DADE 21-0 finish is not delayed too long.
; Issy Kline, who trained such greats as Max Baer,
Toney Zale, Fred Apostoli, and numerous others; Ben MAYS LOSES TO CARVER Lake Shore High drubbedthe
Seaman, boxing's walking, talking encyclopedia; Mike 13-12 North Dade Thunderbirds PHASE-OUT WILL MAKE NORTHWESTERN STRONGThe

Kaplan, former Boxer and now a referee here in Miami Ollis Carson grabbed a 27-0 at Belle Glade last Fri- phase-out program of several Negro high
and the Beach; King Levinsky former heavyweight con- from Clarence Patterson day night. schools in the county is most certain to leave North-
pass Lake Shore scored shortly
tender; Gil Strong, local fight manager; Berny Gastonjo- raced 25 yards to score after the opening I kickoff western High with the athletic leadership among Ne-

cal fight manager; Beau Jack, former lightweight champand the tying touchdown then when John Sheely sped 20 gro schools.
one of the greatest of all times; Marty Fuller, who ran for the extra point to lead yards for a touchdown. That Already in effect is the phase-out at North Dade,

managed Tony Canzoneri, former lightweight champ anda Carver to a 13-12 victory over was fattened to 13.0 at half- Carver, and Mays High schools; and benefitting from

great one too. Marty is still active as a manager; Cy, Mays at Miami Stadium Friday time when James Freeman this rich pool of Negro talent that is flowing into the

Gottfried, a local referee;, Mac Goodman, local fight ma- night.Mays raced around right end, shook heretofore all white schools are Carol City in the
went ahead 12-6,
nager; Dick Tobin, all around sportsman and top sergeant off two tacklers and romped northern part of the county, which is on the receivingend
early in the fourth period of
in the Marine Reserves, also a former heavyweight boxer. 49 yard pass from Jack Adamsto a 17 Even yards Lake to score.Shores' defensegot from North Dade; and getting stocked from Carver

The V.B.A. was very sorry to hear Zunk Zerlin pas- Elijah Brinson. The pass in the scoring act. J.ine- and Mays in the southern area are South Dade and Miami

sed away recently. Zunk was well known around the box- for the point after touchdown backer Frank Tucker pickedoff High.
ing world. He was the assistant matchmaker at Madison failed. The loss was the a Thunderbird pass in the Presumably because of the centrally located positions

Square Gardens some years back. We also mourn the lossof Rams second straight. third period and romped 44 of Northwestern and Booker T. Washington in
Jimmy 'Augest who trained Kid Gavilan. Willie Milton capped a 69- yards for a TD. The last the predominantly Negro areas these two schools will
yard drive with a threeyardbuck scored came on a 25-yard run remain as they are; this will make Northwestern the
to put Mays ahead, 6-0, by Daniel Parrish.
LITTLE RIVER TO REOPENAt halftime. power of Negro schools in athletics.
at Ron McGregor'spointaftertouchdown
last I have some good news to write about box- was wide. GRID PREDICTIONS DODGERS PUSHING WITH BACKS TO WALLAs

ing. Niel Composto informs me he will open up Little Carver came back to tie it Carver over Dillard, Tampa
River if the managers and fighters get together. Here is in the third period as Al Hannah Middleton over Northwestern, is, each year about this time football and

the proposition: 75 percent of the gate will go to the grabbed a Willie Brown Booker T. Washington over baseball begin to jostle for prominence in the sport interest -
fighters, 25 percent he will take off and pay all expenses pass and raced 24 yards to Attucks, Ft. Pierce over North football would have had the edge if it were not
except the referee. This sounds real good providing score. The extra point attempt Dade, Mays over East Lake the tensioned-tightened race the national baseball

the above mentioned get on the ball. He will operate failed. and Miami High over Jackson. league is pulling off.

right away. He also requests a contract signed so the --- The Dodgers, who led the league for most of the

fighter who is booked that night shows up. If not, he Coach Thinks Wildcats season on weak but daring play had to finally suc-
will receive a suspension. Therefore when a show is ad- cumb to the power of Mays, McCovey and company and

vertised they wi 11 be there. None of this substituting the is now digging in to make a come-back to see if they

last minute. May Have Best YearDaytona can catch the fast-front running Giants.
.It has happened before and we would not say it

MIAMI BOXING COMMISSION ADDS A MEMBER Beach-Coach Jack think anybody can run over us. won't happen again.EXCELSIOR.

(Cy) McClairen begins his Overall our team is more ex-
Willie Pastrano, former light heavyweight champion fifth season at Bethune-Cook- perience in both offense and LEAGUE STANDINGThe

has been added to their staff. This makes four former Collegein 1965 and hopefully defense. Our freshmen took to
fighters on the committee: Bobby Dykes, Marty Kaplan, even jauntily declares: be the best we've ever had Excelsiors rolled their first night of compe-
Nat Braverman, and Willie. The Beach does not havean "It could be our best." here and we expect more help tition of the 65-66 season and the results all pointedto
Fresh from a 6-4 1964 season from them than in many years.
this another of those contested lea-
ex-fighter. This is what boxing needs, someone with being keenly
McClairen appraises thisseason's ENDS CAN MAKEDIFFERENCE
experience. gues with averages going up to great heights.
chances this way:
$10,000 COUNT DOWN SEMI-FINALS SATURDAY "We lost five lettermen ends- So It boils down to those Hagan and Fonda No. 1 won t'vo ?;lies 1 stud lo-st:
and that's going to hurt. We've ends making the differenceand -I one along with six other teams;, but led the league, in
Comstat, Discuss, Another Bonus and Wild Jean got to replace them. But our still McClairen doesn't pin count 2657.Standing .
will go to the post in the semi-finals of Flagler's $10- interior line should be deep on rate that as a serious drawback for first week:
000 Count-Down Stakes Saturday night. And this one experience and weight. I don't "That's just what we are wo I r- TEAM
w L pINS
shapes up as a corker.
In the six-dog quarterfinals last Saturday Comstatwas Hagan & Fonda No. 1 2 1 2657

the winner by half length with Discuss running sec* Cloverleaf Sport Shop 2 1 2586

ond. Another Bonus was third, another half length back, rT1 4 e: (JflIA'LJ: Sweet Builders 2 1 2556
and Wild Jean was only a length and a half off the pacein New Frontier 2 1 2461

fourth place.With The Cor bras 2 1 2440
only four going in the semifinal round,. post POST TIME Team No. 13 2 1 2316

position figures to be of little consequence. 8:00 P.M. The Olympics 2 1 2285
Comstat still looms as the overall favorite in the The 5 Summersetts 1 2 2493

5/16ths stake with Discuss appearing as his chief rival .4 Metropolitan Cleaners 1 2 2415
now that post position is eliminated as a factor. Packer Pontiac 1 2 2344
The last two finishers in Saturday's race will be Leo's Sport World 1 2 2313

counted out of the Count-Down leaving only two to go Hagan & Fonda No. 2 1 2 2280

for the winner's end of the Stake on Saturday Sept. 29. Team No. 14 1 2 2277

Even though there are only four greyhounds in ,. McDonalds Liquor 1 2 2255
7D Natloa'i Oreyboouds
Saturday's field, there will be quiniela betting as wellas fowp/.c."
win betting only. Both races will go as extra eventson
rying about more than anything -V
the Flagler card, providing 12 races for the Saturdayand
HOW! e, TWIN DOUBLEt alse right now. Maybe we will
Sept. 29 programs. be strong there when we open


Go to Church Sunday will Bethune-Cookman rely on the quarterbackingof College

_____.0__ __.___. ---..- George, King again this sea-
soy The 5-7. 175 pounder will
##,." ,., : be 1' 'SF
'I"IIIIII'.t'"l a returnee having stamped /
i j himself a sc ambler after tak- .M
ing over sinal calling during f
:' l1
We wish to sincerely thank each of you 1 the middle of last season.He's R

whose continuous priase of my divinely Inspired r the team's best overall quar-
terback but is ,more noted for
"HEAT TREAT" for helping it to be running than passing.In .

come a part of a select chain. the backfield with King
a fe Elijah Gipson a 229 pound
As of 15 1965,1 I will only handle '
August fullback: Collin Smith, a 18i

500 to 1,000 "HEAT TREATS" per year. pound a stickout halfback sophomore; Allen halfbacklast Smith Satchel Paige the legendary -

Again, thanks, to you for your patience and season. (in his own lifetime) pit-
ching wizard, has made another
Cookman's main strength
patronage. comeback in the major
should be through the line,
leagues by signing to play for
I am with Humility. where there are such giants as
the remainder of the
245 pound tackle Rudolph Barber season
Gratefully yours, ; Jack Little, 250; John for the Kansas City Athletics.The .
O'Connor, T Clark, Creative Engineer Douglas, 245 junior guard and team also may have Satcn
James Green, 6-0, 187 end- in the lineup in its 1966 wars.
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Baine Johnson, teen daughter of the President 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380
goes to college. The pretty 18-year-old coed is enrolled Help' m All 'Walks of LifeSEE
in Georgetown University. This is not an astound-
ing news item. Thousands upon thousands of kids will

be on the nation's campuses. -...- ., -.,. ., ,"- ------l HER AND GET EARLY RESULTS
Luci, with her freshman beanie, will be goin to I, \ '

school in style. Her dad made her a present of a brand j I t'}OUR;, ,,(L CLASSIFIED ADS," ., | Friday, Sept. 24 Oct. 8
new, shiny sports car. Hot ziggity! But, pssst, like most

college students who like to date, her dating will, seem- I f\:;: < BRING.. : RESULTS.. I at 2627 NW 48 St.
ingly be a problem. You see, a Secret Service Agent ;-"
will attend school with the charming Texan. Golly, L_ J
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now decides to return to good ole USA with his Chinese ALL CBS 2-3-4 BEDRO&MS65N.W.49TH E
family? And he's got the gall to say that he doesn't -
want people to call him a turncoat. Willie C. says that See The New a ST. $80.80 MONTHLY .
he is now sorry that he spent those years in Red China. Dak Slack Suit =
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figured this was an opportunity to learn the Chinese From $12.95ALTERATIONS r 1140 N.W. 88TH ST. $11.92 MONTHLY =
language and history first hand." Well, after all, he was
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name done come and mess the whole cuff while you
persons up
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that people should not take so many baths-it's un "Anytime" "

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being. He claims he, himself, only wash where dirt is. m
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