The Miami times
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028321/00384
 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 1, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00384

Full Text
--..,w.w...... .... ; .. ,. -=-..r-----r:,:r..w. "::,,:;.._:;;:,,:;:-.,:",-:-.;;.,.:-:'t""'' .'VJ'A:: "; .;;.....;.... ,, ,

'. II



Volume 43. No. 5 MIAMI, FLORIDA,. FRIDAY, OCTOBER, 1965 16 PAGES

,t.itt; .. i- :-' op' -'S----- : : :
Husband Slain i '
'.,, ; WidowGets :
:: >,, I ., ._ "
.\..' t \ ',' ;:.,.; '
> ; ; .
,. .'"I t-' !, : $25,000 From CityCircuit 1 ,\] .
'< 'd ""
; "
/ : ( ; / > i
SI '::;.,::t ,', __.'- ._'. ,, '
Court records showed trial that Mrs. Phillips was :

Saturday that a Miami policeman the front of the house smashing -
who shot and killed the windows in her hus-

three men in 13 years hurt the band's car with a hammer while

: eq L City of Miami to the tune of he was inside slicing a couch
'IlI 25000. with a knife.

A jury in Judge Pat Can- The cop walked into the
non's court awarded $24,000 house and contended Phillips

ci'f to the widow of Benjamin menaced him with the knife.
Phillips, the thrid man the He shot Phillips once in the
"' cop killed, and $1,000 for his abdomen.All .
estate. She is executrix of three of Bowles' killings -,.
: the dead man's estate. phI were in the line of duty,
The suit was brought by rfi the Police Department said.In .

Mrs. Alice Phillips againstM. \ February 1951, he killed

C. Bowles, the officer, and I "'1t'Ilt. / Will i a r d Scott, an off-duty
the City of Miami.In : policeman, mistaking him for i t

January, 1964, Bowles }' ,. .... a prowler.
shot and killed her 31-year-old Thirty-year-old John Thomas
husband when Bowles brokeup i Carlyle was killed by him 'I

I City Clerk Frank L. Correll accepts the qualifying document from Mrs. Athalie a fight between the man In September, 1962. Carlylewas
Range as she officially entered the City Commission race in Group 4. Looking on is and his wife at their home, M. C. BOWLES on a shooting spree out-

Mrs. Range's son, Patrick, and Rev. Thedford Johnson of St. John Baptist Church, 1810 N.W. 3rd Ave. side a saloon and fired at

head of the Laymen's Registration Committee Photo by House of Photography. Witnesses testified at the Bowles.

; MRS.::-WHAM RANGE" < flttS BISHOP A. Phillip Randolph to ;,


'. Athalie Range,'""Prominent 'Home; announced her intention said the petite community GRANTED

community leader, of- while addressing a mass meet- 'worker. !
ficially qualified as a candi- ing of the NAACP Sunday, af Mrs. Range is the widow of *rx + ,
didate for the City Commission ternoon at the St. John Institutional I the late Oscar Range, is mother NEW TRIAL 26th Meeting
Tuesday. She runs for the Baptist Church, Rev. of four grown children, M l '.
and is licensed funeral director Philadelphia -NPI) -The .'
seat held by Vice Mayor Alcie i Thedford Johnson, pastor."I a '
Wainwright who does not am not truly happy about I and embalmer. She is a RT. Rev.D. Ward Nichols, con- Set For West s-
victed April 16 1964 of mis-
choose to seek reelection. my decision, but I feel there I II member of the Community Re- i
Mrs. Range, who is presi is no way out. Surely the Negro lations Board and her activit appropriation of $10,000 in ',..

dent of the Roosevelt Savings community, in ,Miami de, ies touch both the civic and AME church funds trial has been the Pain Beach q, y 1htfb \
r and Loan Association, and serves participation and ,religious' phases of the community. state granted superior a new court. by :t ,
I shall seek this office I .
owner of the Range Funeral so The 26th Annual State Con-

Originally convicted by a tion of the Florida State Conference -

SECRETARY OF STATE TELLS NEGROES: jury of 10 women and two men of NAACP Branches b
I Bishop Nichols was laterfreedby will be held in West Palm
a three-judge appeals court. Beach starting on Oct. 28 and
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OPPORTUNITIES The new trial ruling was ending with a Mass Meeting
based on the dissenting vote scheduled for Oct. 31. The
Secretary of State Tom ual. One hundred years ago, Sloane the ,
Joseph ,
of Judge s
Adams, in an address at a Adams said the world does Adams said Negroes held pub- I'NAACP state office announced ,' e
majority court verdict granting this week.Delegates.
meeting of the Negro Florida not owe any man a living. The lic offices and had joined in
of and discharge
an arrest judgement -\ from fraternal
Voters League on Sunday in government can only do so the business community. But He had based his opin- ,
St. Petersburg, said that Negroes much, he said. It has the res he said the gains won at the ion of the introduction of religious, labor and NAACP
units across the state will
must take advantage of ponsibility to guarantee equa- end of the Civil War by Negroes 140 checks by the Com- a
some join in honoring one of Flori-
new opportunities now within lity under the law and protect were lost because Negro monwealth which he said "had da's First Citizens when the
their grasp if they want to earn the rights of its citizens. leadership was not pre the cumulative effect on unduly
NAACP its first
an accepted place in society. pared to defend its own progress confusing the jury to the presents elimination of job discrimination -
pre- award in this category to A.
Adams challenged Negroes "The rest is up to the Individual nor push for completeand judice of the defendent." internationally in private as well as government -
to make an individual effortto ," he said. "The open acceptance in so- Phillip Randolph, employment, prepar-
known labor leader and a ing NAACP branches deal ...
assume the responsibilitiesf world owes no man a living. ciety. Bishop Nichols, a native of to
vice president of both the Na-
citizenship now that "ano He must earn it on his own South Carolina, was living in tional NAACP and the AFL- with housing and discrimination -
ther important beachhead has merits and initiative in the "Today you stand at a similar New York at the time of the and implementation of
CIO. H. Pearson
Rutledge ,
been established in the struggle competitive society that is threshold. We can con- trial. convention laws providing for fair house
for human rights. ours." tinue upward in the buildingof Charges stemmed from the state presidentsaid ing; implementation of the

"Equality in the eyes of Noting that there have human relations or we can time he was bishop of the be made that at the the presentation annual inner will Poverty Program in every Fla.
the law does not guaranteethat been abuses in the past, Adams again tumble backwards Pirst Episocpal district, which community as well as a step
dom Awards Dinner to be held
any of us will find his said, but "we are winning the through lack of wise leader- included the New England ped up program for ending ra-

rightful place in society," battle for human rights, although ship or through the failure of states, New York, New Jersey, Oct."This 30. Year's will cial segregation in the public
said Adams. "Under our sys- admittedly there are the individual to live up to Delaware, the eastern part of deal with such programs program as schools of the state," Pear-
tem, this is up to the individ many problems to surmont. the challenge," Adams said. Pennsylvania and Bermuda. said. {


d SS
? i'f '
5 j
S ;

5 fem. f ?ys
d e

I : ; S 1

; ,
Nj tf f.

s : 11t

1 ; i

I ;,


These eight lovely models were the feature atBeautiful fashions in casual and evening wear Ruby Curry, Roz Hill, Jeanette Shirley, Nancy Corker,

traction last Sunday at the NAACP Fall Benefit Fashwere displayed by the talented group of ladies. Azalee Hunt and Gladys Young Photos by House of

ion Show and Dance at the Island Club. Shown left to right are Susan Allen, Frances Ross, Photography.

I E 'MhA'MI TIMES, Fridoy, OcljoJieirJ, 1965 "

iFI Voters Leaaue Blocks AHempt to _

:,--iw_...s'''' .. .. '" ,ENHANCED- sented the- unwarranted attack on L. V. Davis,--who"
"By..Norman E 4 Jones, J VOTERS LEAGUE PRESTIGE unanimously reelected to his second term as
was pre-
St. Petersburg The threatened 'take-over'"of the It was the concensus of the majority of the dele- sident in April at the Ocala meeting, expiring in Aprilof
Florida Voters League. Inc. at their session in St. of the resolution and active
gates present that the signers 1967, and who has been an member, a dedi.
Petersburg, by, dissident,persons from the lower east their co-conspirators in the abortive 'coup' lost what- cated organizer of the League for 12 years.

coast, fizzled like a'wet match' the face of a strong ever prestige and leadership status they might have Of the group attempting to unseat Davis, Dr. VonD.

vote of confidence given the current officeholders by had on a statewide basis and whatever attempt they Mizell was a strong supporter of Bums in the gover-

league members. might make to gain statewide political influence among nor's race being the only Negro to make a substantial
The showdown came in the first business sessionon the 450,000 Negro voters would meet unqualified re- recorded cash donation to Burns campaign fund in the

Saturday afternoon when the 'opposition' seized the sistance in every county; leaving the nominal state- amount of $500. Dr. E. A. Ward was a staunch supporterof

first opportunity to present a resolution urging the re wide organized political leadership still residing to an Fred Dickinson in the first primary and made a pitch

moval of President L. V. Davis and Board Chairman even greater degree in the Florida Voters League. for "Bud" at a League meeting in Orlando during the

Joe James on grounds that they- were under, the influence The members of the League overwhelmingly sup- campaign and drew repudiation from the overwhelming

of Governor Burns. ported Mayor High against Burns for governor and in- assembled Robert King High sympathizers.
still anti-Burns but strongly re-
dividually largely ,

Dissident persons, seeking to overthrow the pre- Bikini Bokanos Residents
sent league administration using the subterfuge that ,

Davis, who was recently appointed by Burns as Coordinator ;
of Equal Opportunity in the Florida Industrial Support CkdimQH Powell i.I in

Commission and Joe James, veteran politico of Jack-

sonville who has. been a strong supporter of Burns I Hurricane Betsy Controversy
through the years he served as Mayor of Jacksonville,

could not serge ,the" best interests of the League, be- in so many cases." The letter
cause of their 'close relationship with, the Governor.The Rep. Adam Clayton Powell also charged that the Bahama
same group spearheaded an attempted 'coup'to Chairman of the Committee on ian Government had not warn
take over the Ieagueleadersrnp at ,the Ocala meet- Education and Labor, releaseda ed Bimini of the approach of
letter from residents of Bim-
ing in April.in Ocala, prior to the appointment of Davisto Hurricane Betsy.Commenting .
ini, Bahamas, in which they
a state job,but were thwarted and'took a walk' with on the letter.
strongly supported the Chairman MI deeply ,
stated: ap-
the threat of organizing. a' rival state wide League. for seeking U. S. Federal preciate this letter of support
assistance' for food and medi-
"RUMP" CONVENTION IN ORLANDO' FAILS and confidence from my many
cal supplies during the recent friends in Bimini whom I ha\e

Recent press releases by the dissident group, de- Hurricane Betsy. grown to love and respect. I
claring their intention to hold a meeting at Orlando the TH letter, sent to a Miami did not solicit this letter, but

t same time scheduled for the Voters League meeting in newspaper editor, declared in it does clarify the developments *

St. Petersburg with the declared intention of organizing part: right"Congressman whom he said Powellwas the residents during themselves the hurricane by

a rival League, gave warning of the proposed Government of the Bahamas and irremediably
refuted the
fight against Davis and James. seemed to be ignoring the ments of the Bahamas Government state-
The proposed Orlando meeting never came off as people of Bimini and it is true officials."

no one showed up, including the sponsors of the "Rump
Faction" mentioned in earlier press releases, as they .........................

were in St. Pete at the Voters League meeting except f. "' ': /, ,._
FAMU PHARMACY GRADS them in the operation of their .! SJgfImJ' "
Milton Hardrick and"Sam Moncur of Miami who were .
; .
.k '
,,1 ......
Foxx '
contacted by the press in Miami. HONORED-John R. Foxx, R. own miniature companies. its 7" .
Ph., left and Bug ne Hardin, heads one of the Walgreen's -
'- PERMISSION'TO USE 'NAMES DENIED right, were honored recentlyby Chicago stores, a .- ESCBIPTIOBS BlOfiS =
the presentation citations promotion he gained earlier OUR PRICES ARE
.. In early press releases the Orlando meeting was from Charlie R. Walgreen, Jr., this year; and Hardin is an : ALWAYS COMPETITIVE =
=scheduled for 11 25 at the Saddler assistant store manager in the
a.m. Saturday Sept. R. Ph., chairman of the boardof
of Greater
:JHotellater releases by Hardrick and Moncur indicatedthat the Walgreen Drug Stores, Chicago land area, Both are I Serving All =
I the-meeting:had been set back'to 10 p.m. Moncur for their services to teenagers registered pharmacists and

Moncur' when contacted.by, the'press.on Sunday in Miami as advisors in the Junior both loined the Walgreen organization :I c., FREE DELIVERY =
Achievement Program in Chi- in 1964. Formerlyof ; .f' .
said the Orlando called off after the ..
meeting was :
'' .
cago.: Both Foxx and Hardin Ft. Pierce, Foxx is the son ''
... resolution asking the resignation '.of L. V. Davis was were graduated frm FAMU In of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Foxx, "., 1:'I ::11: .

not acted upon,8t;the'St.,Petersburg meeting. 194, ,receiving the bachelorof 1202 Ave. I. A former resident* !lj \ ""' ''' < .""'....

.' Dr. Von, D....Mizellof Ft,_ Lauderdale, League. science degree in pharmacy. of Tallahassee Hardin is the >)o, ; iI 2ti .
Board member and Dr. E. A. Ward of Miami, League* As executive advisors :irt son of Mr. and Mrs. Mose Har- ; 1! .' ./ :

Treasurer, whose names were used in early press releases the Chicago Junior Achieve- din, 1210 Calloway St. !tm.. wrvie.I. a C.rtsinty''r/.I
as among::those" who would attend the Orlando ment program, they were among '
meeting, denied that permission was given to any par- 11 men in the firm who con- |
tributed their time talents
ties in connection with the proposed meeting in Or- anc 1
? in helping to give
\ 1if
-lando.The groundwork in America's free
efforts of the dissident
group to push through enterprise system by guiding

,,a resolution>-asking for' the resignation. of'.President_
Davis and Board Chairman James was a study in confusion -

inep ness..and bumbling, the ,face of over- Police Officialsto 1

whelming sentiment. in favor of Davis.

Selected by the group to present the resolutionwas AddressCAB
Atty. George Allen,'of Ft. Lauderdale, who was

outflanked. irj.parliamentary! .:maneuvers;: by, Davis sup-
porters led by Atty. Ernest Jackson of Jacksonville, Meeting

(With the League votjng,..on Atty. Jackson's substitute
..notion to refer to,the Board of Directors for consideration Captain William O'Connell
in keeping with the Constitution By-Laws of and a fully representative staff
';the League. from the Miami Police Depart-

,.. In the voting on the substitute motion, :some of ment will appear at Monday'sOct.
the signers, of the unseating resolution, were so rattled ( 4) meeting of Central
and confused that they voted with 'the Davis supporters Business Association to speakon
the work of the policein
swelling,the majority to the tune of 33-6. '
4 great your opportunity communities.for Thisis the bus-a Finance Your 66 Car with Our

iness men and women and all
VARIETY CHILDREN'S members of the community to
*M HOSPITAL HEAD TO attend andask the questionson AUTO LOAN!
how you can help and be
ADDRESS COMMUNICATION helped. All the communities of

WORKERS Greater Miami are cordially invited ,) ," -
to come with your questions ; -'
for the police. 1. Shop around for the car, you'want.aBringaus'the: :;
William A.'Taylor, executive m .
director of Variety Children'sHospital Last week Tom Butler, director -F make, model, and price *, :v **, '' _,, ,
of the office of Small ;
will present an ad- ,' .
dress at the 1230! p.m. ses- Business Loan and Storm inter-Disaster 2. We will okay your,loan! guicklyand't. with no red
... programs gave an
sion of the Communications '
Workers of America Conven- esting and informative talk. tape'Our loan policy. is very liberal: we wantto

tion on Sunday, Oct. 3, at the All damage those from who Hurricane suffered I storm Bets U make loans. '
Diplomat Hotel.The .
asked to the officeof '
Variety, Children's CWA has also Hospital invited to are Central Business contact Associa- 3. Interest can ,he as low as 4%% on a new::car, and
set up an educational booth tion by' calling 377-0525 and ;, payments for as long as>36 months..; the lowest
and display in the Mezzanine obtain the necessary informa- J .1
At 22 years of age, Ronald Theatre Room of the hotel for tion. payments possible.-also make loans, on used
Samuel Flowers, Chicago, is th duration of the convention. Donald Evans owner of cars up to 5 years old % ,
wen on his way to realize his Evans Shoe Shop and a mem-
dream of owning and managing ber of the steering committeeis
a chain of stores. A product of According to M. B. Hinson, one of the organizing mem- :
Bethuno-Cookman' College, In Jr., president of the CWA locally bers of Central Business As- LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK
Daytona Beach, where he com- his members are conducting sociation who is giving unsparingly -
pleted four years of work (in a charity bake sale in of his time to make OP MIAMI
three and a half years) to secure 1. Ft. Lauderdale and a raffle, the organization the community First fully
integrated bank the attire SMtffea*-
his BJS degree .In business with all proceeds going to the fixture that it hopes to be- right here fc the Edison
fttaicial Center
administration, he is now hospital.The come.
stock manager. He entered Union group decided to I 6013 N.W.7th Avenue Phone 759-44S
Bethune-Cookman on a scholarship assist Variety when their offi-
through the a cials were Informed that the I St BR08.T NOW PROVIDING NEW EXTENDED BANKING HOURS
(l. assistance of Dr, Marlorie hospital gives free medicalcare : 4$ Monday, Tu..doy, WoaWdoy, 2' '"
:? jj jjt ::1 9.30 am to 2 p*; Fridays 9i30 a* to P
than half of the VO' ;
internationally known to more Ud and 5 pp to 8 Drlv.n|
Stewart, pm. Window 9 to
beautician and civic leader patients admitted and that this ; i i noon. open Monday thru Friday 2 to 5 pre; Saturday.
gratis care amounts to some \
the Pla.
who Is ah alumnus of YMC4 Mombe. Fodoral'
institution. $700,000 annually.: R..or. Sy.tom and F..rol D.po.lt In.uronc. Corporationiw


-- -- -- -- -- --

. .. : .' ', .' .. ," '.. .. _,,'. '. '. .
"' .. .. ';. ..- '. .,. -.. - ". ........


Friday ljJW53maxt
"" -'[. <*vi *si M vHyafwam 4 M y )

Former MkmrioH 0 MMSMI lsr"*$ $J.iIHI: iiIiIf1.irf: ;

Gets New YorkAppointment : J

AfltiINPO! rty jfeffoof 'Programs

._._._____.__.._____.._m __..-- ...--_._. ._______ ,_-"._ _-y _w.... _.,. ,- -- ."...... .
President Johnson pushed from poor families. 055 in grants for school Ii-
Leroy Miller has been recently forward his anti-poverty school Florida will get $27,753,726 brary materials; $2,004,323 in
appointed Research Director programs Thursday by signing for assistance to educationalgrants: for supplementary edu- ,I
of the New York Com a $1.2 billion appropriations ly deprived children; $2,604cational centers and services; .
mittee officers of the Joint bitt:containing money to put .. ._. .
!: ----------- -
_. ..
s Legislative Committee on Ma- them in action. 'IP"
trimonial and Family Laws, "This act provides fundsto 1
270 Broadway, New York, pay for the teachers and : c
l Suite 2400. the services to help overcome, ]
f1r Miller holds a B.A. and handicaps that cause bright
LL.B. degrees from New Uni- young minds to shut out th e ?
versity and has had extensive joy of learning," he said in a .i
experience in public opinion statement. y ,
analysis and special research "Today, we reach out to 5 4 projects. He was formerly District million children held behind
I Supervisor of the Tri- their more fortunate school- .. I
State Transportation Commit mates by the dragging anchorof II I
:- tee. poverty," he said.
He Is.a son of the late P.A.. The education bill providing
Miller and Mrs. Ida Miller of aid to primary and secon
310 N.W. 9th St. and a grad- dary schools had been pre-
uate of Booker T. WashingtonHigh viously signed. The bill on
School Thursday contains actual cash "
for the program and supplemental (CUr

GOLDEN AGE CLUB OPENS money for the Depart-
ment of Labor and of Health,
FALL SEASONThe Education and Welfare. k

: k About 95 per cent of the
Golden Age Club of counties of the nation will be

w ..........nr t the James E. Scott Community helped by the school aid funds. '
Association opened its fall The '
government will match
"KEYNOTE SPEAKER the Federal season sessions with a dinneron Costs in educating each child )
at Bar Association 0"(
conventioo Sept. 16. The afternoon was
from *
a family with an annual
in the Conrad Hilton hotel, Chicago, recently, was enlivened by musical numbers Income of $2,000 or less.
the new Solicitor General of the United States, Thurgood from a group of students with
bill enabled the Presi-
Marshall. The tonner NAACP chief legal counsel and later
Miss Josie Roberts at the
dent to break the traditional
U. J> Appeals court "The
jurist spoKe on Federal Law
piano and solos
by Mrs. Val-
and the Great Society,', is shown (at left) chatting with At- dez Murray. Congress over NEW POLICE OFFICERS Officers Albert Harrison I
church-state in the '
torney Edward T. Toles, Chicago, chairman, judicial commit Mrs. Ruth Polite made encouraging separation and Eddie Gordon were among the graduates of I
tee, National Bar Association. operation of schools and
(NPI photo.) remakrs, and Miss leaves the issue in the hands 'class No. 56 of the city of Miami Police ,Academy last

Olive Alexander, director of of the state. Thursday, September 23 .. -
the Community Association, The "poor child" bill includes Shown with the young officers are members of Har-
NAACP Protests welcomed the guests in at- $775 million for grantto rison's family Mrs. Ellen White, mother; Esther C,
: Slaying tendance.On local school districts to upgrade Harrison, wife; and Mrs. Julia C. McNeil, mother-in-law.
Thursday, Sept. 30, the education of children
Mrs. Helen Brooks, supervisorof

of Sick Georgia Woman Hospital nurses, gave at the the Christian Golden I t

Agers Tallf. an interesting Health NOW -TTJ : IT I IDOUBLE

SAVANNAH Oa.-The NA her. Mrs. Spero Parker chairs
ACP has vigorously protestedthe Instead the sheriff approached the Golden Agers and Mrs. *
wanton fatal shooting ofra her as she was walking Selma Ponder is chief worker
mentally deranged Negro wo down the hi ah way and fired
man by the Bullock County three times, the,third shot en- BARCARDIARTGALLERYSHOWS
.Sheriff last week. tering her head and killing her ;
In a letter to John Doar U. instantly.
.S. Assistant.Attorney General??.' In his letter Mr. Law stated KILBOURNE
W. W. Law,president the I that 'th 4lsbkiff -"was neglf.
Georgia State NAACP Conference gent in his duties and acted The works of famous
produced a sworn state with rank prejudice' toward the water colorist Katharine d;{ Green Stamps for Savings
ment by an eyewitness to the victim because of her race." (Katie Kilbourne will be
slaying attesting to the sheriffs Mr. Law called on the As shown at the Barcardi Art Gallery -
brutality.In sistant Attorney General, who starting Sept. 27 throughOct. THRU
OCT. 11
the statement the wit- is in charge of the Civil Rights 15 from 9 a.m. to 8:30
ness reported that he had warn:Division of the Justice Department p.m. Monday through Friday.A .
ed the sheriff of the woman's "to promtly investi- graduate of the Minneapolis
mental condition. and urged gate 'this dastardly crime and School of Art Katie Kil-
that additional help be obtain bring to justice the guilty per- bourne has lived all her life
ed before trying to apprehend son involved." until 1957 in Minneapolis, EARN FROM THE 1st
Minn. She
painted suj mers

with Vaclav Vytlacil's group If you save Now thru the 20th
on the Mississippi Flats. She'
.<*** ?.'o "*<" attended for two summers the
Jack's{ KEN'S' WEAR ,;.r:.. : school Lake Superior on the under North Birney Shore

*," .it. M'np ..;: ... .
: t r.'tt- ".y Quick and Byron Bradley At
"''''' 4current
< :S.MJ.tJ} "3 .<} DIVIDENDPaid
io; .4U : iI't, .fJJr ,ctVtli Minnetonka Art Center, she
% "f? i"f" <:W ...i':: l'O, iO.,$ .!! ,.1F studied with Arthur Kendrick,

.,.1iK ","C'#..,.. 'imw1f. '..... flt'AU."AaE5 d"f .f Steve Rettegi and Keith Haven. and
"'N" '
.. .r..N.N '... Compounded Quarterly
( .<< !: .Uf"f.1..t; .
lu ....
."it.aw iJ.M1Mt --.- -. ft:1 She also took a course in
f7 r .?sluC: ';MOHAIR Su1TS-;- ;'i An,: { ,WaX44NWa,7aaclJA : Dress Design at the Pepin

.:H..i.. f.': :..z:;,:ITALIAN: MIOEB<).J. :r. ';I. :l Academy resident of Fashion.A of Florida. for

.j (' j"t;j .$ !:MianiMQyida. eight years, she studied with *
Elliot O'Hara, Norman Ken- when you you usually thru Sept. 10 only
nedy, Phoebe Flury and Rachel save: get: You Gets )
Steam. $ 10 10 stamps 20 stamps
-- Miss Kilbourne has had For Example: $289 289 stamps 578 stamps
Dugies Guest Hous1'l three one-man shows in Minneapolis $400 400 stamps 800 stampsYour
and two in Florida.
I She has received awards in \0...
w1>.!(3'it.<..?''<\ Th.., hgu...i, atiaaswsual u .'t< <,....'. .ieomsV.4J'b..4'ff.,.. ,'"' ".':! Miami Springs Art Guild, Motorola -

.. %,.''}J./f3'.1-oJ.'X' (..;..'i., ... M',,,.',._.. /1F. ''\>' Contest, Allied Artistsof Account Insured up 'to $10,000 1M:.: by an Agency of the U S. Government
? : '.: N' < : i1I; North
Vjscayz and !
'" 'A. tMr ptafeaw. :h 0 1...n routo JnG'\ 'r UJf'
r' r') :&: $..'''r '1., tJ ';..'';1 4 : < has been represented in five
'..' ..TM occommodoIont you ...tef.. "'''' ..:. Miami Art League Annual Ex- Miami's 100% Integrated Savings Institution. .
9' .y You'iii..+d'on1y In)this both t' hibits. She is a member of the Fastest Growing Savings & Loan in Dade County
Miami Springs Art Guild, Miami -
OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY Art League and the National -

2941 N.W. 4T01 STREET 634-3851 League of American Pen -

Always a friend CLUB MEETINGThe

Miami Beautician Unit r'
No. 7 met at the home of Mrs. & LOAN
Ona Robinson, 1441 N.W. 71st ASSOCIATION
On the agenda were reports In the Edison Financial(eater e 6015 NW7lh AVI.Miami,Flo, 754-4541
1'JHONf; 688-0.921 I from the national convention
held in Washington, D.C. Our
president reported a wonderful --
Come and go with us on a Men -Tuts -Wed. I ROOSEVELT SAVINGS' i LOAN ASSOCIATION' I

MAGIC CITY CABS Sightseeing, Tour to Key West, ,'30 in Thurs.lo 4.00 pm I SOIS N.W. 1th Aveout, Miami, Florida, Dept. T-10-1 I
Fla., sponsored by the Cos- I Gentlemen: Attached II my check In the amount oS ,Please open in account
In the name shown below and send me my passbook signature' card, and green stamps I
metologist's Unit No.7. on Friday
Sunday Oct. '31. Free coffeeon t.30 em to IM: pm
the bus.Round I OTHER NAME IF JOINT ACCOUNT .. ..., I
Saturday I ADDRESS ...., .. .." ... .
trip fare is 600. I
f 00 im to ease PHONE NUMBER .
2196 All BABA AVE., OPA LOCKA, FLA. M. Muldrow, President L - - - "- ..r .r.rl
Ella Hall, Reporter

'" -------

--- -
lllJ I\ _
-- "


'4 -thE MIAJ rTtES"I 'i=Hdabb1o 'a ''1;: ii Sr .. of this day is the spirit

Phil OssoftriWe is enabling u. to which
Weaver work
I Elevate Dr. with our recent unity
live m a world in which and Germany. This enemies, Japan

to Cabinet LevelMissouri I scientific life much easier developments for all if make we bring ward-looking us universal spirit fl3fJ

I differences Peace
learn toforgef our with|
plenty for
C, SIGISMUND REEVES Editor and Publish* Senator Stuart Symington recently praised the in beliefs and outward physical The world all.
Editor establishment of the Department of Housing and Urban Development features. We should all be will not become
BARTH C. REEVES Managing unified until the
and said it would "ease immeasurably" America'sjmounting !: looking forward for better living itself United States

Mimbor of the Notional N.w.pop.f. Publishers A..oclotlon problems. turning back into the past getting becomes the unified. Bv f
Amer- only to analyze our deeds and past we can moJ
Reportedly: seventy-five percent
SUBSCRIPTION RATES rapidly forward
icans live in urban areas. Senator Symington says areas misdeeds, giving us guidance only if We
WE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 realize we are
cause many massive and complex problems which cannot be for the road ahead. versal in a unl.
Ent.r.d at S.cond Clots Matt.r, August 9, 1927 at the Post met by a single level of Government or private sector. Living in the past is a age, an age in which
Office at Miami Florida, und.r tn'. oct of March 8, 1876 Legend has it that America consists of small towns amidan form of immaturity, giving feel (only Partisan world unity will suffice
expanse of farm land. This fictitious image of modern ings of insecurity and fear of unities of North or
Office at 6740 15th Avenue Phon..OX 10421 South were dissolved
N.W. America has long been shattering. America is a nation of bi'gbig facing changing conditions. dred one hun-
!'CRE O OF THE NEGRO PRESS" city life. Yet, change is life. When years ago have no por.
'tion in this
Ti+. NEGRO ;PRESS bollov.it that America can best load In a paper prepared for a recent convention of the American growth and change cease, life rapidly a dvanc.
tho world from racial( and national antagonism when' It accords Sociological Society Dan W. Dobson, director of the Cen- ends. "Weep not that the j ing age
to every man regardless of race, creed or ;plor his ter of Human Relations and Communities of studies of New world changes. Did it keep a'
human and legal rights. Hating' no, man, fearing no .1t n-th. York University said that one of the major educational factsto stable, changeless state it
M.gro.ss: striv.s.toh.lp.v.rr;! man in the firm belief that be faced by Urban America is: were cause to weep." (William CENTERVILLA
.11 won are_hurt'os. (long as onyo. 'I Is hold back. "That between 1950-60 New York City lost a middleclasswhite Cullen Bryant.) KINDERGARTEN

population almost the size of Washington l and gained in Look at present day con-
MRS. RANGE ENTERS 'COMMISSION RACE its place an etnically idenfiable, largely lower socioeconomicstatus ditions. When was change ever 5861 N.W. 17TH AVENUE
of Negroes and Puerto Ricans about the size of more needed? Yet many are CERTIFIED
Last Sunday afternoon Mrs. Athalie Range official Pittsbur2h.r looking back with regret to PERSONNEL
ly announced her' candidacy for a seat on the Miami In tliis same period, Cleveland's inner city lost 18% of its. "the good old days." it is 'HOT LUNCHES

City Commission made vacant' bv the exnee. ted. resig... white nnnulari on and pained 70% Negro Dooulation. dangerous to look back. ,See PICK-UP SERVICE
nation' of Commissioner Alice Wainwright. Without doubt America needs a department of Federal what happened to Lot's wife.
Government full time the of REGISTER, NOW
working on mounting problems
The whenever I displaying
announcement was made at an NAACP mem- see a car -
bership rally held in St. John Baptist Church on Sun- urban communities. replica of the Confederate 691-7796 OR 6%-3002
Now that the is created the natursl-
day.. department question flag, I feel sorry for
ly arises: Who will be appointed to head it? President Lyndon those] folk who wear their Mrs. R. E. Copeland, Sup.ow9s .
Mrs. Range said, she is not to enter
eager poUt Johnson has succeeded in piloting the necessary legislation 1 heads backwards. The spirit
.:tics, but she was"urged; to do so by..the Layman's Registration through Congress this establishment. During the late
Committee. President Kennedy's term a committee was made not only to ..
"Surely the Negro .community in Miami deserves seek a Department of Urban Affairs but to name a Negro, Dr. I
.. .and Robert C. Weaver as head.
participation so I shall seek this office.
.Mrs.. Range is an outstanding citizen and well Recent reports indicate that there is strong competition WOOLWORTH'S
for the position. Such has been generated by the fact that if
known in and'ouf of Dade
County. Dr. Weaver other
or any Negro is named to head the departmenthead
o She owns, and with her son Patrick directs the the department of Urban Affairs he will become a cabinet 1819
Range Funeral"Home.. She has the unusual distinctionof member. Admittedly there are those who would not like to see ,; 1965
being the only Negro woman president of a savings this done. Un the other hand th de is a strong contention on

and loan association in ,America. She is a ,member of the part of mayors in America demanding brie of their own who]
'the Community Relations' Board and other civic and has had experience as head of a city government, should be I
social organizations. ,
She Critics of Dr. Weaver insist that he should be named be-
possesses a pleasing personality and is ge- cause of two additional reasons'
nerally admired. This contest should be quite interest- (1) He does not relate to the Negro masses and

ing since there are five others in the race. They are: (2) He does not relate to Negro numbers of congress.

Doris McCallister, housewife;, Attorney Irwin Christie; while we doubt that any of these criticisms are valid, we
George Kalil, .businessman; Leroy Wiener, realtor andJ. wonder why a Negro, whenever he is being considered for a top
Marquette' Phillips, architectual designer and en- level position, must he be.'required to run an obstacle course
gineer. No other appointee? to the President cabinet or even other high fj
level positions have been required to relate to any ethnic \

CASTRO'S GENEROSITY group of Congressmen. Why should Dr. Weaver. ]
Without any mayorality experience Dr. Weaver definitely
Premier Fidel Castro has announced that all Cubans possesses far more formal training than the average Mayor Of S
..who wanted to leave Cuba for the "Yankee Para. any city in the United States. More than this, he has had much f

dise" would be free to do so. Castro will also provide broader experience both in local and federal government as an rt
administrator of Urban Home and Housing Affairs.
boats for those deciding to come ,to the United States. the y
Presently nature of the
very problems beseiging Urban a::
All they have to do is to,write to the Interior Ministry communities require the most capable and experienced admin- 8 A J' rwn

and ask for permission. istrator possible.. We do not think that the holding of a politi- fc
Castro also promised that exiles with boats could val ottice is a prerequisite to this high position. On the con- rK hwu*

come to Cuba from the United States and pick up rela trary, we think the qualifications should be the very first consideration e Irr rN,,itt+
tives and friends if the United States government and secondly, if there is a desire to honor a com-
proved. The exile boats would be given a 48-hour time ap- mitment of the late President Kennedy, to name Dr. Weaver, to
head this department, and thus become
the, first Negro member
limit at
a designated The small
Northern of of the
port President's
cabinet,then he should be appointed: forthwith
Camarioca will be converted into a special embarka In view ot the American urban centers becoming and
tion point for"those who want to leave Cuba. more Negro populated it would not be amiss to have a qualified -
We,wonder what's behind this generous offer. Cas- Negro like Dr. Weaver who possesses greater depth of
tro is certainly a shrewd operator. racial understanding, to head:! the department. i

Can it be that the economic situation in Cuba is

getting so bad that Castro wants to make it better by .I ,

reducing his population? It 'may not be so, but there is Jones Withdraws FromCommission : TSY
_some motive in his generosity. '

Maybe 'Castro 'could get one of his big ships and

conduct those 'he wants ,to get rid ,of' to our paradise, Race
then he 'will'see how well his Cuban people are doing II

in this country. While the Cubans coming here and I
there ,are thousands of them I I
been welcome, we do Attorney Donald Wheeler
not think the United States Group 5 for the seat now held <
wants to be made a adumpin Jones, president of the local by Commissioner
ground for Castro's convenience. branch of the NAACP officially Kennedy. David T. ''fa sa'? x9:.< %4 ;o?S,: P'c''';:..,yx+,'yy 2;, 1 1v04ryk4v
+ .. auZ
Y wwfoF'occa fryxY < ;
S :s. ix3: :hC ; + ; %:
withdrew from the City ComJonos
gave as his
LEAGUE MEMBERS DIFFER mission race Tuesday. His reason ''
for withdrawing pressing bus iqualifyinIOOwillboreturned the time to stock up on
Florida's Voters, League: a predominantly Negro 1 ness matters that would not
organization that has been to him. give him ample time to
spearheading run an
non-partisan i Jones had filed Aug. 27 in effective
Negro registration in Florida for more than 20 years is campaign. TOP POP
having some membership disagreement.The .
league's president is L. V. Davis of Gaines- ---.

ville who has recently been named by Governor Haydon I 4''n' '\' < ., .. -.
Burns as state equal opportunities coordinator to oversee ''''! "SERVlC!. 9' TO 's', ; a,' '
compliance with the Civil Rights Law. Its board BLACK '& WHITE" AND COLOR:$j ::-

chairman is Joe James of Jacksonville who campaignedfor .d
Burns this year. : : &7
'Dr. Von Mizell of Ft. Lauderdale is a league mem .'-' ., VET TV't; 'r":

.. ber and claims that people are trying to label the or- '''' : '
ganization a Burns machine. Mizell said that unless < : : ,

the board of..directors 'act immediately upon a resolution 4 ",'o" '. 1' 5.

calling Davis to step down, a South Florida caucus '. 4Y,., )., .. -' ,-,, .. ,.H. : :
of league members will be held later this week to IV'V ''' S46. N.W.TELVISIONS. ZNDyAVENUE: l' "" _
where v -w to
see we go here _
"With Davis and James Jn.charge this kinda puts "'Ir.. _" I

e stigma on the organization," Mizell said. Twist to
0- songs everybody knows! Brenda Lee,
"Davis has made
a good president, but he should
take'leave: of absence as ,long as?he serves as an ap Ricky Nelson and other teen pak favorites. Pick

pointee. I am a supporter of the.governor, but the league stereo and high fidelity long play records in-
should remain
.. non-partisan"said ,Mizell. .
i Tho Times sides with 'the faction that believes :Eluding Nat KingGbe; | Ihiik., \VUJinms and

y the president of the Voters League should not be an $18 up other "greats". Make \Voh orih.s headquarters -
appointee governor.
I Davis has been an excellent president but we 6 MONTHS GUARANTEE for all your record needs and save!

doubt if' he can objectively serve the Voters League ANTENNA TABLE FREE
under the existing circumstances. T.V.'s Stereo HI-FI USE OUR FREE LAYAWAY

A same day or while you wait service MftRINI. HOMESTEAD, HOLLYWOOD and wEIr HOLLYWOOD.


Oct. 23 1

---'-- --

.. ... -


THE MIAMI TIMES. Fridor.-October'.1. 5 ,5i'
< _

'yIII r .11'f N '' .. ,'' .'. .'';'t" ,. ",.l."P...,,6-fIII': '.'. '.'iJ'. .If't.. .:n.1T'1I'
.< :
rI '
h I ;' tiii:7: :


r. Zeta OmeRo Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha
o will begin the 1965-66 year with a meeting at Soror
o Zeola Jones 3760 N.W. 23rd Court on Saturday even-
. ing October 2nd at 6 p.m. "

Among the youthful participants at St. James
: Church on Sunday will be Dorothy Chaney and twins
. Venita and Veronica Timpson.Now .

is the time to support our own Athalie Range
. in her bid for the Miami City Commission seat. being mezzo-soprano SHIRLEY VERRETT who is young being A
vacated by Alice
acclaimed as one of the great
recitalists of the day, has ., -
Get well wishes to James Henderson at Veterans just had her second solo album
Hospital. "Carnegie Hall Recital" FRONTIERSMEN SUPPORT RANGE Oscar Weaver, Jr. of the Miami Chapterof
released by RCA Victor Rec Frontiers International hands City Commission candidate Mrs.' Athalie Range checkor
Congratulations and best wishes to newly weds ords. The album contain selected { $100 toward her campaign fund. -

Maudella Wilson and Herbert Rhodes who were married works ranging from Mozart Members shown looking on are left to right: Daniel Johnson, Richmond Blac -
to Aaron Copland, as
Saturday in Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church. And to Luretha as spirituals arranged by Hall shear, Charles North, Robert Gabriel, William Anderson, Garth C..,Reeves,.'Ted .Plessy,
Grant and James Edward Saunders Jr.,who were joined Johnson. (NPI Photo). S. J. Ramsey, E. N. Taylor, Patrick Range and Robert P. Young. House, ,.of .Photography ,
in Holy Matrimony at Greater New Bethel Baptist photo.

Church. .., .... .-....-

Pauline Higgs Johnson is in Key West attending Perry's Florist Shop No. 2 ,.. ."" #<,,, 'rl'f'-*$sS'aaff"*+ *yMfc >* ,
the funeral of relative Ii I .
a James Smith. :
l llst.r'N.l.J: m

Has Sensational Opening ,, < ..., < ,
t" ttfr'
Perhaps you remember Dr. Regina Goff when she t i ;' .' "
served as supervisor of Negro elementary schools in calls by '! <\ L'l'L': '' : > : :
Telegrams phone
11 'I'r"
Florida f The Florist 'A.t '" '-DveAI, ,. .... ,J" !1".Jt.tN.r...... [
. for a year. This week Dr. Goff was appointed new Perry's the hundreds poured in through .r::: """"'-w .. .-:.;...-,;; t.t." r
, as an assistant commissioner of education at a salaryof 'Shop, located at 44th Street out the day, from those out of
$21,445 a year. and 7th Avenue had its formal town and the local admirers
opening to the general public that just couldn't make the .

Happy October birthday wishes are for Geneva Sunday, September 26. Despite opening. ,t:. ; '
the inclement weather more Souvenir trinkets soft tl B,. EMPLOYMENT
Bethel Duhart Barton
Jr., Anthony Johnson, Betty
than walked in and
Holly, Edna Stallworth, Shirley T. Williams, Javell extended 250 persons congratulations Jo served.drinks and A boutonniere cookies for were the ::1336 :&,::38 NW, 3'rtl'A: ; :

Cannon, Doris Miller, Marcus Williams, Loretta Ban Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Perry on gentlemen's lapel and a bouquet ,'.;-,1' to,'. ,' : .' ,... .:w.,. -tpiI
nister, Emmie Roberts and Joycelyn Whipple.We the opening of this moder n for the ladies were presented _>" "..:.'.'t-.._', -0 _., '; EstoL1b1.....-..._.>_tcl J5'H ytort_ ,___' .. : '
florist. to all who came. FR 3-2106
endorse the law partners W. George Allen and

Alcee Hastings, two Fort Lauderdale gentlemen who JOBS JOBS JOBS
announced plans to campaign win seats in Congressand earl'sncK ,
the Legislature for their county next year. S Ows Available NOWIII!!!

Mr. and Mrs. James Richard Booth (Charleen G 4a bra LomeWh.re Service Station Maids Pvt. Home

Hawkins) are proud parents of a 6% lb baby girl born Truck Drivers Hotel 'Maids r
Sept. 17.
Hotel Porters Cooks Pvt. Home .
old and friends
new meet '
Cook Rest. Cooks
A 3/C Ernest Washington left on Wednesday for
Robins AFB, Ga. to complete his specialized training. EARL EDWARDS, PROP. Dish Washers Dav Workers
Tire Changers Laundry
PHQME 159-8422 4400 M.W. 1TH.AYE.i I MANY MANY MOREnratnJntaAn i

Specialist Second Class James Home returned
home from Korea on Wednesday after a two-year hitchin

the Army. -
:;;. :u. ; :'


October National Science Youth Month .... --
October 3-9 Fire Prevention Week ." 1fit'
National Letter Writing Week BONDED

National Pharmacy Week w i t
October 4Child Health Day ttiJ: t '
Universal Children's Day .



value of time; Unclaimed Pants 'for Salt
The success of perseverance; I
The pleasure of working; ALTERATIONS AND J .
The dignity of simplicity; REMODELINGFAST ,
The worth of character; LARGEST COLLECTION AND RENTAL ,
The power of kindness; / SERVICE i

The influence of example; I 717 NW 62 St AGENCY IN THE. SOUTH. ; OPERATING. IN
The obligation of duty; .* HON. L. L. BROOKS -

The wisdom of economy; PL 8-3901 DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES.
The virtue of patience; PRESIDENT.
The improvement of talent ; 1; n-t #q1;; '*WIIRI < '1'**
The joy of originating. ; A cuff while you wait W".t''l';.+..,..M--E'-'r.! ",..'_;,"' ,;'>!lk'i NARTNi"'"u'i':GENER.-..J-.ift..., ,...*.:._L'.v._"*.IANAGBEtt_,_. 'fS s-.VttJ* .iT-".; ..'. '" :#' .'' >.I...


;. ;: 10,000 HOUSING UNITS \, 'A ",. '4
'" '. .'/. {
10 ..-.-/ f" "' ":I.r--: '. ,'<.: > '
II YEARS OP RESPONSIBLEBUILDING F1Nt.'i )::3jo1ib: .fagel mployinent9fyko r 'j"f..1 ?Sflce' +. J gay"\\
SERVICE TO !; ; >finolii! ; fJ ;*{; /
'ISSjJS.t .
THE COMMUNITY fc'.'#.',,,'>'. f>' wN:4''''.f :>. > "'".
'" "' 'VfJi. ; 415 WJ; : TthAyenug 1J .<1 ( A 'V".f..!

.. I. .... BUYING BUILDING 1';,:.f.6feH. ifwe pwWie:r.l: Ion"s:. ;;rtai.sit' .to- ;::.$t ou:; '.;; I ; ;,1 6 t (I* :. t

';CALL: STANLEY }. :, ,...j 'fl.tf fW, -givliiyitorto,! ".duct. 'i.rvle.. 'for. 'tBflBtifeonviol. f.. .ft; : ";s %

= I. PL I-III4 ,t, ;4. ',,,$;:('2.": '!f': ,.Oaightg.............. ,ini i$.Nda.:.....,....'%..f..'.I';"".III\'H..e. < .t." <,\o f.'se!l"o, ''f II' PL.-;:.wN.nw 94133-" :-<'A'S ,'$<'Ewe;.1).1'"''1! .< Y
4 -:' i:; +. +
.HUtI.1 H.
I Built .* Ym Ltr {",i ,, Ft .
J ''
4150 N.W.1th Avenue "r<
[,1, PL 9,8133':: : "

1 'SUSIE GENEVA I.I ,(.....d.A,44Itl.Alt.,.... vahi"':.t +n.d.a. 't"t". few f''t.is .uo.ngty...... t r.i.. (!....Pt.a' ... -s. t ip) ..........i' .;,,;..I..';M.1Mn.c.ss.r.vit.; "' '. .... ..:.'
< ) 1'/ :!
*Lt U. D...Iish ..(.'%;.'...,. /fi." <::J'f.' .A a.dh..t.c: ;.. ...""" ...-R..u._' ,........' '"'''''''*,.cforf'''''''''.'''''+ W'.,r"' ..."...'Ii....:.;.'t.."....:.'.-.1"" .
Y.ur were Out / ,!

:= 4J$8kERfcVctAwOUR! } ? jlteSS.Wupf 1 jj C.II U.L.r.ly for Pacts.w AUvtBuiMlng Hn. 17325 Homestead *... I: '
r W H63M.W.3rdAv.. FR J.l.C16 V
Bshn tonnounce..:$oofl't l *ie1t; UsJg5ttf' .thtiji"; M GeM Bonk Ph.echqTAtILEY I Ptrrlnt CE 5-3553 i/7c M.w. /ltj St. OX A.91A7 J'.
S A> -;. y** i .: HI 1019 Ha.nandvill. Rd. } ,
;t)-' ..;.,,,,,l' *"lhey/ore. gov"btu'' ; .f'y";; Po.pfl.o WE 3-3235 jjj, Grand An. HI W381 '
BUILDERS, 4240 N.w.11th Avt NE 54466
14255 N.W. 22nd Avt.Opalocka .
MU 5-0617
LlcMStd InsuredHI
512 NX let Avt., HollonJole, WA 7.2434 4:T'
I:5, ,17ASpclaHxlna !, '69473! N..E. 79th St,... 1019 N.W. 6th St., Ft. LoviUrdalt, JA 4.3357Gamma
<. :: );:: {' Ml..Florida
Jn_Wig;.Care ", nl..S'y hngI


6 THE: MIAMI J_TIMES, Frid jOtl0nrl,1.196S" -y J J I
- -- - --n------- -



,r ',

i I a) t etr. 27th Ave. at 54th St. 1
' I -7
v Spcils Good Thru OCT. 2nd at WELIER'S AG Oil

_m._ _______
<*JMBpO MKBB""" '


rivERs 23C LB. 'NA:tJR 6$1.OOLIBBY'S



PORKcBEANS 4/$1.00


COPELAND RIB ENDS .:;"" ,; 'i; 15t LB. SYRUplFF4LBJAR 49

7.h'; r49t UBBY'S
SAUSAGE ; : ; LB. .
SMOKED -:'.'Y' .,.
PICNICS : 35 LB. TUNA SOLl.SB":: 3/$1.00

: ,

1L 1 *&rI
$ tiMuY AaOe QT,JAR 39tJMTH /
1 -' :
;4 I : ,
'- W 3 $ +lIOER Off MORE
r :#
; 4M f/$5,00 ORDER OR MORE

', '-F .3' L!!;L2 5 ,
APPLES .::s- ,
BLUE BONNET ,U.I. Nt : ., '" ," "..! '?dk! ':1t11)
I OLIO I-LBPK. 2ge JVH"'E'" po rA. 9 '1 'I
.' I 1 Juie> LEM.ONS vrf, 'i oZ :: : ':. 39 : I

French Fried POTATOES Joe Raw > PEA'NtJrs'' : t 91':


II ...._ QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED ..---- _n_-_-_-_ _-_ _-___ ____-["MIAMI Trif P.u..

UHKKjiIS SJHcjiliSR>:.. --0P gQ '..lDaIS B. ...ovon- \i, ..


- -- - -- -

., ,. . 0" ,. _. '

THE WAMI 'TIMES.' FrldoV. Octotier'1,' 1965: "" 7 .

At the end of each column*. I usually say, "live .. '
life, every golden' minute of it." Well, in order' to do fblfstir Mow!"' ':' :.i.: ', I
that, vote for Athalie Range for City Commissioner' on ,
Tuesday, November 16, and maybe we can make the
minutes ATHALIE a' little more ''golden So. V 0 T E FOR Th, books are opwCOMPARE
.... .. .
--. -: .-- - - .- __ .- .- __ f.- -

4 .
'S ,. t X.

,. : OUR
Athalie Range, a _ne mother, a brilliant business
woman, a religious person, a well educated, fine citizen -
who was a devoted wife, is the one I have been :i.jcA7' ST 1TtJ '
waiting for since I came to Miami 15 years ago. For ;: :

too long now, we have been without proper represen- .
tation. Y'all have been screaming at the top of your $
lungs about the folks downtown passing laws and doing ,..
things that they think that they have to do for you 1
which most of the time is wrong because they cannot <\<,' .j x \ Ii -
possibly' know and understand the problem, and be ili' ;
cause there was no one there who could tell the big : -1J' : i ,
shots off and explain to them what is needed. Well,
now is your chance to do something about that. ,4.,1 k,t?" t'" ,,< '

Mrs. Range is my candidate and yours, for a seaton
the City Commission that is being vacated by City 'I
i ANY SCOTCH 39 VOOKA2'.f !6Pt; ,
Commissioner Alice Wainwright. I sincerely believe .
that if we had had a Negro on the commission the I' ANY BOURBON 3V PT. BEER .Iff CAN BY'
Stop'and Frisk Law would still be on the shelf. Now
I'm going to compare us again with Atlanta. I know 11'ANY GIN 2f %PT. ALE ,75 CAMW .
you are tired of 'me making comparisons, but those .j
people have shown what a united people can do in __ __ 4 :.
government and other phases of life. They have mor e ..,'....,..t r '.,\.t\, ',.<.,' ,'-+<_...-.__", ...... ,.......-....<<......._ _...."' """"d_ "._... '. than''35 Negroes who have been elected to public offices ; &h' ; ,<,; "'""t<: < ,t -r. 'f':''''_' ,)'il : ,
within the last 10 years. Come to your senses { fFf'
Miami and let's all back Athalie Range and put her in .1 ,

that seat. Let's stop being backwards call your i : FRI. SAT SUN OCT 1-2-3 \ L< JIOSV ,:: -

friends ..get votes for her ." set the Range of ,,> 'N", !- ,..*..., MMwatj- ..%,_. --...--- n.--j-.. '- -**-. -l... -.... J-- \ | j* n
your goal on Range". If you are not registered,I won't A Jf' *r '
tell anyone,if you go on and register. Make Athalie our THE 3m2mt
first City Commissioner in South Florida WE h
Funny how after all these years, I don't know as '
6000 7 AVI
much about the problem of "poor"of Miami as well .
as I thought did. And if I didn't realize it, I'm sure K1TA &HAII&E _. IOTA, *] ASE"

an "outsider"couldn't possibly realize it. This whole
thing is a joke on me. As you know, I am a counselorfor
the Economic. Opportunity Program, Inc., working PRETTY GIRL OF THE
under supervision. of John D. Johnson and Carl Sutton WEEK: Annette Hunter
who is now the Assistant Director of the Browns F mJuiitesC1ub
yule Area. I have found out that at one time, only two PRETTY BOY OF THE
things that were certain in life-death and taxes but WEEK: Billy Miranda A t.
there i s one thing that really should not be left out, COMER HZ' KTH.tnEET 6'CIO AVENUE
and that'is poverty. Some of the cases I have encountered POLICEMAN OF THE PRESENTS' .
are unbelievable. Yet, the EOPI comes through WEEK: Thomas Marshall-

with the answers for these folk that need"help. These Metro.- Safety., f Department*
counselors+rare not<*professional, social workers 4'*but '
people who h8'Ve'bee selected because of their close
ties with the people of Miami, with whom they live. Dutch HollandWFUN !

The counselors, a lot of them, are subprofessionalworkers .f Y
who are concerned with the problems of the uYIci41 ( F 4' e
people who live in poverty.I 4,
would like to mention a case of Mr. and Mrs. X, BROWNSVILLE COMMUNITY
who were served with a court order vacate their apart SCHOOL SING AND SHARE
ment. They have 6 children.,They came''to EOPI, anda PROGRAMThe wpJ'4CRV '
counselor called the landlord and asked him to wait
three days, to' which'he agreed. Mr. X was taken to a Brownsville Community -
downtown department store where the counselor secured School present its first ina
a good paying job for,him,and his wife was found series of Community Sing 1
employment.;Today the family of Mr. X has a roof over and Share Programs on Oct. 6
their heads, the cupboard is full of food, and the rent at 7:30p.m. in the Brownsville Me"t
and bills are, paid.This is just one of a thousand problem Junior High Auditorium. A variety
of entertainment will beprovided
where EOPI helps. The main objective of the :::
by Floral Heights w
EOPI is Help. and unless you come to EOPI or tell 'us Elementary, Bethune and Ear- I' WILL HAMP rIto'
of those you know need help, we will have to come out lington Heights Schools. 'The *lI IP
and find you. Please let us help you if you need help. Brownsville Band and Chorus $f :
Contact any one of the three centers in operation: 470 will also be featured.To STEIEOS SYOCT.
N.W. 18th Ave. Soon there will be offices in Coconut highlight this evening
Grove, Homestead, Goulds, Perrine and other places of Community entertainment
Dr. Gilbert Porter administrative 1.2.3
throughout Dade County. Anyone who is in need of assistant to the deputy "
help should bring their problems to EOPI, and if they auperinyendent and outstanding ,4.t,
cannot do it themselves, they can get it done or help civic and educational lead- WILD OMAN 'STEVE'oMC
you get it done in the proper place. As I said before, I will be guest speaker. r
thought I knew what was going on in our "poor"neighborhoods This Community School Sing Fr.4aI. Sc.tt '2
of Dade County. HOW WRONG I WAS! and Share Program is only one Bill Y Miranda M i '
d, Baal.
of the many and varied activities
sponsored by the Browns b His Rsy.l Sheiks r3 '#
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: After being away ville Community School Pro-
from show business for the past 7 years and resting gram. Classes in sewing, COHTINUOUS ENTEATAlHMEKT
she has finally decided to sing for us again, the fabu cooking arithmetic handwriting Tk.rtoVyOCT. ..Ladles Itlts !
bus fantastic Foreman (Eloise, that is)will be a My reading library, shop, Tr.sday AaatwrNit* ;
Cousin's Place Friday and Saturday. Also Fish Ray typing, upholstery, fencing and B.tt.rboU, Yo.r Host A M.C.
and.his: boys create the calypso beat on the same bill. slimnastics are offered. We
Don't forget Saturday night Oct. 2 at 8, the Loyal Bud invite you to join our evening .
.. .
activities. Call NE 3-2464 all .
dies,Inc.will hold a house party at 3166 N.W. 53rd St. ,day evenings for further infor- .. 1-2-3 ONLY ,);.:;.. ff' : ,
The Dave Akins Trio has one more week at My Cou; mation. __ .. f
sin's Place. They open Oct. 10 at the Doral Beach FABULOUS, FANTASTIC
Hotel on Miami Beach Clyde Killens is coming out of th.flnost vocalists to come
of the moth balls. On Saturday, Oct. 30 he will have L LOIS FORM; NOn. out of South Florida
his Hurricane Boys Masquerade Ball at the Mary Eli-
zabeth's Fiesta Room.. This ball will star some of the
most outstanding tashions you have ever seen. You MIAMI IDES I '
know if'Clyde is sponsoring this show, it will be the Mlom\ Own OILY 2 MPfE: {\ S ,,t '

biggest and greatest in Miami Popular vocalist and AA AVI!
band leader Billy Miranda tells me his wife, Cora Sue 1 ,;
is expecting a blessed event. lie didn't bother to call -- f\61' 8KIN$ rl

the TV repairman Our unofficial Sepia Mayor, end hi. Bahamian. Knighh
Charles Hadley, gave a short speech at a meeting the BRING : 141
night. One lady in the audience said to another, "that
man is a preaching policitican-he's sometin' else!" Jl 4/f' MY COUSIN'S 'PLACE '.
James Youngblood, owner of Cal's Place on N.W. 22nd
Avenue at 61st Street, has big plans for his customers. RESULTS LOUNGE AND NITECLUB ;

He serves fine food', too Belated Happy Birthday fAf 207 NW .36 ST & 2: Av.r '
greetings to J. D. Mack, Dana Dorsey Chapman and X .
Barbara Gross.

t 8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday,. October, 1965
l ..-.




,The .PfindtlatBar (n Taws's
*'A.Nle. Plocejor NIc. People"' '''A '.A

What a swlngln w..xendl! So many of our good friends
came In to say "Hello" and stayed to enjoy our coldl! coldl! .t 4.
beer, win., and tasty barbecue ribs. b

Baby Cortez visited' with us the first part of the week.
_'-. 1--', l I !r
nice him.
so to see We're, looking forward to seeing you
Dr. M. O. Alston (center), again Baby. Had a real Go-Go party In the Play Room Sun- _
ALBANY STATE STUDENTS dean of the School of Educat day. George and his pretty woman, Bubber, Doc, Johnny, and
ion and Dr. W. A. Mercer (second many of their friends had a ball. Other Sunday guests Included -
,_ AFFILIATE AT JACKSON from right),director of the Rodriguez (the champ) Chico and his lovely lady with t
MEMORIAL internship piogram Florida several "pool playing" pals. Speaking of pool-cur Rusty Is
A&M University, are shown really getting sharp and has beaten some of the old time pool'
Sixteen female and one here talking to freshmen students shooters. Both Rusty and Bessie are darned good on our
male, junior students from the at,the university who are bowling machine. Joe Palmer was top man at bowling last
Division of Nursing at Albany planning a career in teaching. week. Il ll l ll
State College, started their Shown with the two educators Getting bock to Sunday, everyone Insisted that Foots '
affiliation'at Jackson Memorial are: Hodgetta L. Abner, Tallahassee do his famous "Bottle Cap" tap. He may not be a (itter-bug
Hospital in advanced medi- ; Arthur L. Coverson but that man can really go. He's still one of the best dancers -
cine and surgery for a nine Jr., Miami and Cheryl, Scott, In Miami. Thanks, Charles, for your precious gift. We I III
month term. Bradenton. enjoyed It. Thanks to all of our friends for always being so I
nice to us.
Aircraft Repair Bill Culler Is our famous "chef" of the B-B-Q Ribs do-
partment. You've missed a treat If you haven't tried them*
Rusty, Bessie, and 'Iva will serve you next week at .- J
Firm Nomad fa night. Betty In the day time. Foots and I here
are most every I CLOSEOUT FAMU FEDE FAL, cues for 181 graduates of the
night. Come'on In and say "Hello". It's always 'fun time" PROJECT-Dr. Arenia C. Mai- Florida A&N University Multi-
the "Note .
at Elinor.tllI"I"I"'I" .
$7,792 lack j lory, manpower specialist Demonstraion Occupational
I ., I"IIII". IIIIIII"'II"I""I Office of Manpower,Automation Project. Trainees were trained

.. Wage Suit 4, :\; :Join" the ,NAACP: ':'jJ' i1,of and. Labor Training, Washington, U.S Department, D.C., The in eight training areas periods of employment.ranged

: i'l the guest speaker during from 12 wweks to six months.
U. S. Secretary of Labor W. 1 t" "I""I'I" III"'IIIIII""IIIII"'III. ,the recentcommencement exer FAMU stuff photo by Fillyan
Willard Wirtz has filed a Pair .
Labor Standards Act in U. S. ,
District court here seeking r FIRST MIAMI RUN
enjoin Miami Executive Aircraft Metro Dade CountyWAtE

Inc., and lames Mc- 1 T
Whorter from continuing to-
withhold $7,791.54 in back '* COLLECTORS / HO: SHOWING!
overtime pay allegedly due 14 THROUGH

..._.. _.. u__ of the firm's employees.

The instructors are Lydia fpr an order permanently enjoining ;
and ',,' .
A. Walker, theory; Anita Johnson restraining the '"
Miami firm, repairers and re-
clinical area and Willie
)>. Porter, operating room buliders of aircraft, from future PERMANEHTEMPLOYMENT
violations of the overtime -
Students are as follow; pay and record-keeping '> MERIT RAISES saYP

'Kay Aaron,Marcia Bell, Sarah provisions of the Act. ' Brown, Retha Delegal, Elsie ,Clem J. Denicke, supervis- .r" rf" "' 4! h '' r .

Turner, Earlene Williams, or of the Wage and Hour and Start $1.48 hour )
Ruth Hendrix, Devan Holmes, Public Contracts Division field per
Ida Jackson, Helen Newton, office at Room 1527, Federal "t ,
Jephthah Virgil, Luch w.nOffice Building '51 SW First ,' ( p I
jams, Autherene Sermons' Ave., Miami, said employees $ .51:0(1: 1))
Diris Stanley, Marie Swans, engaged in commerce or inJ3etty i i. >
Tyson and Marna Whit- productions 'of goods for commerce II 1(' > 1""' '\ .

,field. must be paid not less SIGN UP ANY WEEK DAY EXCEPT WED. : k .a
They are housed at the than one and one-half times
Hannah Motel, 645 N.W. 32nd their regular rate for hours BEGINNING 6:30 A.M. AT 8801 N.W. 58 St. trmnui
Street. worked in excess of 40 during
{ a work-week.
... .. a I

IT ..

:::. : '< < :> : BAYFRONT AUDITORIUM ; : :: : BE A NURSE'S AIDE -I
% ,' <*f ,, ,'G- '. ;:

'!Z OCT ':6 .a.. .7:30: TO. ,... : 10:30. ; .PM a ,. 'x 2380 West Flogler AIDES Stre4Coll
"' ''->-; 1: .
ti ,
'. \ ABwsjim! for Information and for
:- :,ADULTS SI.HTEEHS l $I.N : '<
brochures .
: r
: .,\SECOIW NOW ISLAND CLUB. 12 PM '': '. :' 443-9741 ___n_.__ _
w. : Morning Classes
... ": ,.., ... ADVANCE. .. $'.$1 AT DOM JI.75' w: <' I 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. THE NEW HEIGHTIN 1e1I:1tJ:
w. a' -- _data -s..w.aora... ; x>-_... ......- ---- ._...re""..-" <:..'..".a;.
Evening Classes

REGISTER 7 to NOW 10 p.m.FOR NEW', ill CIJSFIIN6 rAffil(]( VYWR C i&O fR If .

1 I ... i _ ....-





"'4: < ni3> '
$ fps :
( f; / .

.. .. fk.' ". \ '" Is $2.00 Too Much ? ? ?

'Ike Bawd wltb5euL t I' THE OROANIZAT--.
M .. ;
f; I. DRAGOIMAIRESADVANCE [ "fA MnMne.. Ara .. ; .<'.t Z.p!" C...: '"

1 t) Mi.e DATI: 'N_

., 7.8 R CITY ZONE:_
I' ,... .. 1 "
'f' ,i TELEPsON: : [:
______ Type of Membership: ADDAII:" OUCITOM
n'MY CLIFF (yg
'* I Minimum....................$2.00
With Crisis Q Youth (under 17) ............ S .50 0]
J.. Magazine .....,$350 |
TICKETS ON SALE AT Blue Certificate..;......... $5.00 B Youth (17 to 2l ) ............ L0 0
PiE ?}; 1. {.f( .,. '.. ":" >--'- ',*.---"s4ua."MR:M"--'o.d raw wrr. .a.'HWr.P/.LYr.. w>w'Meap ,.+iyr"T Gold Certificate ........ ./$1000 f= Junior "*" Membership (to
M .FissII.M. ltst4o1 ':Jfcoctonty .Orv Stores. Hoopeti: ; 0
L'CJlOJ Store !.
LiqUor Stoie .:) Contributing .... age 13)) J100.00 0
51v.W Av.1. 1383 N.W.,54th St.. 7130 H.W. 7th'Av.s .': ........... $$25.00 0 Senior Life Membership....S500.00 0

!..tit.,,'.;..Jt.f'f: .". _"10!loot.'... al,!r'r. Rec.rd, ..Start. ,.,STropleel.eord, S!.... Alfte' .. Alton Rood_ .., (fnnb".ship of S3 JO and Up include Crisis)
'"' u.'" '' <
.tr.: k tL : -
to ;
-- NCP' *: 09"N' ;'Vr <' .
:: 2nd"l'tt-'Wl '' <
'" t.;
.. ,,, Um f" 'F""u. _

I It

.. ,


THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, October 1.1965 9


1 _ _
September meeting of
the Gamma Delta Sigma chapter 4
of the Sigma Gamma Rho 4 arF
Soro fly met at the home of
;iy Soror 'Autherine Strapp with r
/ the basileus Soror Eunice Lien a
erty presiding,ifevoiton was le<
led by VcrnckaSilva with
So for Eugenia Williams serving
as song leader. a -n if
The business r r
of the evening -
was discussed, including
S reports and ideas from the
Boule held at the Statler-Hil-
tom Hotel in New York City
given by thedclegates Sorors
Y aR w Eunice Liberty and Mabel Bar-
; low.
After hearing the ideas from
the delegates decision: was
d to make the goal for this,year k J ,
one of dedication and re-dedi-
+ ,cation to the tasks that lie before -
us and strive to touch and
encouagc. unfinancial sororsto II: r-'t m .
become active participating -
members and that as a unit put Noble Sissle, intemationdly son was graduated from FAMU
on the whole armor of Sigma JIstir Ti famous band leader and Although his fa fcer was .unable -
took a few days out to attend his
and lend of our time and tal- I composer commence-
ent to the cause for which we of a busy late summer schedule ment, his mother and sister,
are pledged, "United ae stand Vt., to see his son, Noble Jr., Mrs. Ethel Sissle and Miss
divided we fall." don a cap and gown on the day Cynthia Sissle of New York

"But we will stand..." said .. ,. before ,his graduation from City,were present during the
Florida A&M University.Sissle FAMU exercises.
the sorors "for in uni- ,
MITCHELL. one of the dancers '
principal D. was featured in a Chicago Young Sissle. a business ad-
with the New York City Ballet, is pictured in a scene ty there is strength. festival that also included his minitration major plans to
from Toshiro Mayuzumi's ballet "Baugaku," choreo- this Plans of outlined will make : hi former partner, Eubie Blake, enter graduate school in New
the fruitful
one most
graphed by George Balanchine with costumes designedby years in the annals of the Mi. l' "+ during the weekend that his York City area this fall.
Karinska. Mitchell will be featured in UBaugaku"during .
ami chapter,
the fall season of the Ballet's series in New
Soror Allene Taylor thanked
York State theatre at Lincoln Center for the performing Soror Strapp for being such a LOVELY HOMES
arts' (NPI Photo.L lovely hostess. With the sing- Built On Your Lot or Ours
ing of the Sigma hymn the To Please You Three bedrooms one bath den
-: '1 meeting was adjourned.The .
Carport utility room awnings
next meeting will ,>e SALE -
4 Whiles Convicted held Oct. 2.SUPPORT. Sprinkler system fencedinyardTotal

55xl35-N.W. 48th Terr. $17,700. Monthly payments $85.17

a 50x105-N.W. 55th St. **..**.***.*

for,", -,..Attack.----..,. ,;" on" '" Minister! : / 100x100-51 Terr.& 17 Ave Two bedrooms one bath utility room

50x100-41st St. Florida room awnings lot size 60x115

Conviction on charges of Edward Trent, 20; Bobby Eugene YOUR 50xl40l,250Cash Total $11,500. Monthly payment $63.29
assault to murder and kidnap Hutchinson, all of Jacksonville
ping in a baseball bat attackon and Bamie Sikes, Paid For Lot*. .*.its.sr.**
a Negro.minister and a wo- 26, of Callahan. :YMCA Home, Acreage
Three bedrooms bath den
man was preferred against four They were found guilty in ) .' -.I NEED MONEY one -
white men in Jacksonvillethis the attack July 10 on the Rev. Utility room, built-in range and oven
week. Tom Mack Williams 64, of CALL BAROH JE 8.1340iaaasw
Tile roof fenced-In-yard!
Guilty verdicts on both Mobile, Ala., and Miss Catherine
counts were returned by a Brown, 35, of Jack- Total $15,000. Monthly payment $94.00

Criminal Court jury against sonville. Testimony showed 1 ...*..*..*
Arthur W. Lewis, 28; John,that the Rev. Williams and

<- .. -, .JMiss: Brown were,',stopped Two bedrooms one bath kitchen
white'drivfrfatb'ough a white
neighborhood. I NEAR ALLAPATTAH JR. HIGH Living room ,front porch ,utility room



I $1,090 DOWN MOVE I N
REDUCELose '' .
w'v <
l""Z" '"""* '<''' ''
: up to 6 pounds f :",:; <' fOB:A SETTER HOME ,// ', < \*. .'.

No. Miami :: WEEKLY 4332 NW 11 PLACE .Wellliliol S., IrtWM ". < ...

EMpl. Agency j 1545 FR S. W.32748DR. 1st Street OWNER WI 5-9886 ,( IItGI'ftf ."'. ',;', .

111 H.E. 125TH ST. 1 .
LONG'S CLINIC 4602 NW 7 Av. 754.3061.n.4

151-4551! J .

.<,:<' 'w:,,:';, < HO ,RED TAPE

yovr '''
1020 N.W. 5TH PLACE Reduce your Payments
Lower I Interest CBSCARPORT: : ,
Veterans your "
$200 Down I BRAND NEW
1,000 d
Others $350 Down $1,000 DOWN MOVE IN' ".. ,
Pay Back $20 Monthly j NOW,YOU CAN HAVE
FHA No Closing Costs W

Fenced yard, double lot, Pay Back$2,000$30 Monthly I Owner WI 5-9886

separate garage. $3,000 j' >

$11,000 TOTAL Pay Back $40 Monthly .,


PL 1-3148 68&-2T75 688-2775 r rI FHA & VA RESALE HOMES i$$!

p t t r / ;
*ND VPJ PY r r r r rI
For Rent 2-3-4 Bedrooms Like New

I Low Monthly Payments i e.

Phone 754-0483 NowE.

Harry Denny Realtor

rrr AT H t

I .. .



.' : .1, ''.' SEE. <
DOWN < ,
$350 ; "
.KK ,", 7m. NW. 8tb>ve, -,28lT8.W.3ftb bidroor, ; 2 bath
SEE: 1834 N.W. 88TH STREET ( St 3 bsdroo ar 2,bath jfiti8ARTHUR ( r' i' I

2 Bedroom, 2 Porches, 60<145 lot. ... '.+'. "." : j;,. ,' r O
I CALL OWNER. ,:iy': '945-,, 886
WI 5-9886
rr L -


.. -
. '
"L ,' iU ___ __ ___ ___ __

r ffo f Mf Atfr TIMES! Fid 'y?'Oc'itobeI t 1965 ........ I

... .. : .. : ',' : .

i ...a' .ire... .. ...YQ.urpro. .. Ments. ,. M. ..Cillk .. .." : '

I\\ >, ,'. : ,

:n1ill1 rt$ ;: lJ i ito\ (t.h ret: .


1612 NW 5th Court Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor

Rev. S. Atchison, pastor Flossie Marshall, Reporter

i Constance Carter, reporterOn 'We had the pleasure of having

behalf -of' the chairman with us Sunday a very distinguished

/ and co-chairman of the annual guest, the Rev B.

Men's Day, we would like to T. Flowers and his charming l I GREATER NEW MACEDONIA

. NEW HOPE BAPTIST express'our thanks and apprec wife, also his aunt, Mrs, Rog ho:

iation to everyone who helpedto ers. They as a from Englewood, 3165 NW 56th Street
i Rev. W. B. Sims, pastor make our Men's Day a suo- N. J. where he Is pastor of 1 Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor

+ A. L. Stephens, reporter, ce... Special thanks is extended -. theME Zion Church. He Willie J. Beard, reporter

arimAno her month has ,passed i to Rev. Tanner, Rev.' brought the morning message Services on last Sunday

i and God wonderfully blessed I, Ragers and Rev. Foster for At 4 p.m. Sunday Miss were as usual. The reorganized

us in our many acticltfes. We i those most inspirational mar 5Groundbreaking male chorus was at its best
Jonnie Ann member
Walker, a I
wish to thank Rev. C. Reevesfor sages. The services were all ushered.
of the Junior Usher Board all day. The juniors
the very fine way he car- highlighted by ,visitations of
said her vows at her home before On Sunday both choirs and
ried on in the absence of the the, Holy Spirit. We were also
the Rev. Benson. We wish both usher boards along with
pastor who attended the :National financially blessed. Again we
her much happiness.At the pastor are expected to be
j Baptist Convention and would like' to thank you and 7 p.m. Sunday the Rev. in charge.

was also on vacation. Rev. we pray God's Spiritual blessings ...,.-
Prl tchert and his congregation --- The president officers and

Sims will be back in the pulpit on you.Baptismal. came to us, also the Rev. for the St. John's Cafetorium I members of Usher Board No. 1

this Sunday morning. At7 P.UI. services will be Pritchert and a ,portion of his were held Wednsesay Sept. 29. The cafetorium is will begin observing their third
he '
Sunday night will administer held Sunday at 6 p.m. You are
Holy Communion. invited to come out and Witness members from AME Zion owned and operated by the St. John Institutional Bap- anniversary, Oct. 21 and will
of Miami
of St. Mathews Temple More information
Oct. 24.
Choir No. One wishes to this spiritual blessing. came and rendered service tist Church 1328 N.W. 3rd Ave and will 'be built on I will be presented next

thank friends New 'Hope and their together., Rev. Pritchert gave property recently acquired expansion of physical week.
for the fine
many fellowship shown on last very Sunday MT. TABOR BAPTIST the evening of the message Travelers in Aid behalf facilities. The Rev. Thedford T. Johnson, progressive

in the celebration of their young pastor of the church, takes the controls of the
The Woman's Day programis Board.
anniversary. The church was ditch digging machine as the project officially gets ZION HOPE BAPTIST
underway. The program un- The second Sunday in October
filled to capacity and the
spirit ran high throughout the der the chairmanship of Mrs. at 3 p.m. the Stewardess underway. Johnson photo. Rev. Paul Freeman:, pastor

Elizabeth Merchant, will be Board No. 1 is having a pro- Elizabeth Jackson,reporter
May God bless and
the first Woman's Day program gram. We all are looking for Services were spiritually
each of
keep you. to be held in the church since 4th Sunday in October: for 910Men's ANTIOCH BAPTIST DADE COUNTYTEN last
There will be two dinner BEST high all day Sunday for
of the
completion building. Ada Williamsis
n ew Day. Mrs.
sales this the ladies were in charge
going Saturday-the The women are striving to chairman and Mrs. J. P. 1899 NW 64th Street
Young Women will DRESSED WOMENThe The pastor is asking all
Auxiliary make the 'p.r'pamsomethine: to Rankins, co-chairman. Rev. P. W. Wiggins, pastor
members to attend their weekly -
from the church
serve phone
be remembered. Don't. forget the sick and Willie Powell, reporter Episcopal Churchwomen and
meetings Don't forget
6967745. The No. 1 Usher
Board from the home of Mrs. The theme.of Jhe..day.wjllbe shutin. Let us cheer someoneup The men of Antioch have of the Transfiguration are to pray for the sick and shut-
"Women's Responsibility as we by. Mrs. Benson set aside the third Sunday in
Annie L. Roberts 1600 NW pass sponsoring Elegance de L' ins. We wish to say to all our
53rd in a Changing Society." All ,said the Area Missionary at October for Men's Pay and heure, presenting ten of Dade visitors that they are always
St., phone 6917066. Free of this will take place on Oct. West Palm Beach was a success have -planned unique program County's Best Dressed Women with
from to worship us
delivery Donations
12 p.m. !,
24 in the main auditorium of .
for your enjoyment and 1965-66 and Dance on FridayOct.

The$1.00. the church. HyihliRht\ of the invite each and everyone. Our 29, 9 p.m. at the FOP

women of New Hopeare day at 11 o'clock.. You will be BETHLEHEM BAPTIST pest speaker Jor the morning Hall, 5100 NW 27th Ave. FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST
busy as bees, working toward pleases to hear the dynamic will be Rev.'W. M. Davis. The The
following have
women E.
their annual Woman's Day Rev. J. Jenkins pastor
personable and truly evening speaker will be Rev. been
Rev. Oscar West selected as nominees:
pastorM. Sis. Lee Carr
celebration Ruby
to be held the sec.and reporter
Mrs. M. Athalie Range. J. E.Jenkins.
Portia Bannister Alice Harrison

T. Hopkins
Sunday in November. Sis. reportert'
Carrie Gallon, the chairman is At the .3'o'clock: hour, the ..- _. -- The No. 2 Usher Board invites Louise Bradley, Joycelyn Sunday we expect our pas
youth will show their responsibility you to a moonli ght Tea Knowles, Janie Reeves, Cor-tor to deliver both sermons.
expecting finest
tion. your coopera- by presenting a musical Saturday night, Oct. 2. ine Anton, Ella Hadley and We are praying for our sick

program and serving tea. The No. 2 Choir invites Juanita Thompson, Send in members: George Butler Veterans
Remember the sick and
shutins in We For the financial side, sev- you to a musical Extravaganza your name now. I Dateline Oct. Hospital and Sis. Mary

invite the public your prayers.to worship eral women have been selectee Friday, Oct. 8 at 8 p.m. 15. All names should be sent Allen in Christian and to all

with us at any and all times to vie for the title of queen to Mrs. Elisha S. Clarke, Jr.. of our sick members at home

They are truly working hard. chairman 1984 NW 153rd St. and elsewhere. Our deepest

Come, and see ,one of these HT.CARMEL" ,. BAPTIST The Episcopal, churchwomen sympathy, to Sis
; I I Mary HixonJt
THE CHURCH OF THE OPEN ladies be 'crowned Queen of
of The Transfiguration, 15260 in the loss of her brotherinlaw -
Mt. Tabor Baptist Church. Rev. D. A. Brdaley, pastor
NW 19th Ave. You may also in Canal, Poin t.
DOOR Rev. P.,S. Brown, p u ior Louise McGrlff! reporterWe pall them ln-681-3393 or

Rev. H. C. McDowell, pastor were 'blessed to have 6852001.

A. E. ,McNeal reporter (tLOUISE our moderator, Rev. 0. W. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
: Foster with us on Sundav. He
Sunday Sept., 26' was ob- TRANSFIGURATION delivered wonderful message. ST. LUKE BAPTIST CHURCH (Brownsville)
served as "Lets' we Forget Rev. W. M. Pa vis
e At 3 p.m. the No. 5 Usher
Day. At both services atten- Father Elisha S. Clarke, Jr. Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor Turner, reporterYI
Board had
a great success.
tion centered around the fact, Claudia Cheeks
Vicar SCOTTA Rev. Murray of Nebo Baptist reporter
that every single article offurnishing :
The service
Sundaywas invited
u are to worship
Church delivered the
the Church
within message.
EVENTS special treat is in store inspirational with
very with us each Sunday. A friendly -
The board wishes to thank all
as well'aa.mony'of exterior The St. Theresa Chspter is for you Oct. 4 at 8 p.m. You the Rev. Rodney Robinson be- church in a friendly community -
who turnec out with them. The
items were given ,by indi- .'sponsoring a Night of Gameson are invited to put on tour the speaker.The with a warm hearted
viduals, families and friends Oct. tonight! at the home shouting shoes and to witness evening message was deliveredby women of St. Luke are pastor.

of the church.' These numerous of the chairman 16455 NW a soul-stirring "Battle of the pastor. looking forward to their annual mmThe No. 1 choir cordially

furnishings are;;,really sift and of 22nd Ave. The, public is cordially Songs" Contest featuring two come.Visitors Remember are the always sick wel-and Woman's Day which will be invite ,you to a Blue Light

ferings"given .voluntarily invited.. Come out and of Miami's Greatest singers, held on the fourth Sunday it
shutins and those, who have Tea, Oct. 5 at 8 p.m.
freely as gifts of love. It was have fun,.Mrs, Marjorie. Oliver, Sis. Louise Scott of New Prov- lost some of their loved ones. October. We .hope to have a
emphasized by our pastor that chairman. idence Baptist Church and Si*% very impressive and spiritual'
such sincere evidence of The Episcopal Churchmen Rosetta Ellis of the Triumph service. WOMAN'S DAY AT MARTIN

Christian giving must not be will meet on Sunday, Oct. 3 at Church of Liberty Cutv. The GUEST SUNDAY AT ST. There will be a garden party
taken lightly because these the church. All men of the mistress of ceremony for this at the home of Mr. and Mrs.MEMORIAL AME

people, gave beyond the call church are urged to be present. special occasion is Sis. Helen MATTHEWSOn Broadhurst, 801 NW 74th Streetat 1 will
Sunday, Oct. 10 be
of duty and besides their regu- The 'St. Michael's and All White of New Mt. Mori ah. W 8 p.m. Oct 2' Please comout Woman's Day at Martin Memorial

pledges. This occasion was a. Saints' Choir will present a will see you at Bethlehem. Sunday, Oct. 10 everyone and enjoy yourself. AME Church
in Richmond
rededication of these gift of- concert on Sunday, Oct. 10 is invited to attend Guest Heights.Mrs. .

ferings,"lest we forget." The during the Solemn Evensong ... Sunday at St. Matthews Bap- Ella
Thompson and
altar, pulpit, Lecturn, every service at 7 p.m. tist Church, 361 NW 17th St. CHURCH OF CHRIST Mrs. Doris Walker
<< chairmanand
single pew, the Cross of Vic- The Churchwomen are sponsoring : ;- A dramatic, inspiring serviceis co-chairman an our pastor

tory, amplifiers, organ, brass a Fashion Show, presenting i I promised at the 11 -a.m. SCIENTISTAn Rev. R. H. Johnson are
vases, fountains and every of Dade '
some County' service. Highlighting the ser-
looking fkrward to
little thing, big or small, is an Ten Best Dressed Women and mon by Rev. Joseph Smith will Intelligent Approach to spiritual service a highly with

example of Christian civin I. Dance on Friday, Oct. 29 at 9 :t. be an act entitled, Abraham Religion. Lesson for Sunday, all other along of the
successes day.
Needless to'say such sacrificial Oct. 3, "Unreality."
p.m. at the FOP Hall 15100 Sacrifices Isaac, directed by Please come out and
are praiseworthy.We NW 27th Ave. Tickest a e now Charles McLeod, well known Passage from the Bible''what' the
were reminded that there .' throughout the for his and the Christian women are doing We
on sale. Subscription $2.00. .' t. city ex- Science will b looking for in the
ae still many opportunities to cellent plays. Music will be Textbook will bring out some you

give other things. litROSETTA rendered by the combined of the diff rent ways in which in services October.on the second Sunday

Friends are always wel- choirs for this occasion. Come men discover supremacy and

come at both services, 9:45 TEMPLE BAPTISTFirst and worship with us on the power of Spiritual Reality RUfrMAGE SALE

a.m. and 11:05 a.m.McGHAKEY Sunday services will l second Sunday. We are sure You and your friends are

be as usual. The choirs will you will be richl blessed. welcome to attend services at The ladies of the United

sing jointly. This being World ELLIS 11 o'clock a.m. Sundays and[Church of Christ First Churchof
SPEAKS 8 p.m. Wednesdays, Testimonial North Miami, NE 12th Ave.
Communion Day, all,the,faith Choir No. 1 takes this way
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN Meetings and 134th St. will hold
Lord teach me" to pray ful are requested to partake of of thanking the pastor and annual fall rummage sale nt

Luke ', 1:1. There' are many' the Lord's Supper which will many friends for making their Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor the church Oct. 6 and 7. Everyone .

ways, and many things we be administered during the seventh anniversary a success This Sunday is known as COMING welcome to lee

ought tp pray 'about to help in morning and evening services The Junior Church is sponsoring "World-Wide Communion Sun- bargains and get come acquainted., our,

this world in which we live. The women will sponsor a a dinner! 'sale at the day. All members and friendsare The women at Mt. Zion Baptist *

Truly I say that without prayer tea at the church Sunday at home of Bro. and Sis Howard invited to break bread this Church will hold their annual -

what would become of man- 3:30 p.m. A spicy program t is i Delaughter,1136 NW 47th Ter. Sunday morning. Woman's Day observance

kind? I would harp"to boo the anticipated., Friends are In- Dial 633-9947 and have your This Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 17.

one 'to:try to give the answer. vited. dinner delivered. will be our monthly Christian The theme for this year is, MIAMI IIMES,
Prayer is,the key to the door Tickets are out for a "Trip October events: 10th, Junior Education Worship. Let us "Our Christian Women of Yes- .
of happy living, but we must Around the World," sponsoredby Choir anniversary; 24th, take advantage of this wonderful ter cay, Today and Tomorrow." .,..._-
have faith in our prayers, and the women in behalf of their Men's Day. Yotiwe welcome to opportunity in training in The women are continuing

to whom we pray. This week annual drive.The date to watchis the going church for the coming churchmanship. their crusade for "lamp light J __

let us who read this article try Friday, October 15., 'Christ. .. We have accomplished well ers." If would like to be-

praying morning, noon and at, Sunday ,was promotion and in September. Let us look for come a you'lamp lighter," con- BRING

night in the name of Him who Recognition' Day in the Sunday ward to an even greater mont! tact Mrs. Elizabeth Pittman,

taught WI'' to' pray. Our Father School. In spite of the heavy TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO in October. NE 4-8823.

.. .; Amen. So until a later down pour of rain in a goodly CHURCH SUNDAY Remember: you are invitedto Plan now to attend and be RESULTSibi

date It God's..will, thanks and number was present to receive 'worship and fellowshipwith a "lamp lighter" Don't forget -

God bless you. certificates.. us at Grace. the date: Sunday, Oct. 17



-..--..;::;..,-, .-..-, ,

3 H

THE MIAMI :TIMES. Friday; October 1; 1965r_ 1.1r
,BAPTIST MEN'S I IiI I-...J"r 4 K r \ \.i. 1.' 1 ..A t .-,-," b. .---01. u ,i. -: Y:-r + +D.wRM. rwY.w.l+ww .

time was t -- -
most enjoyable 4'S.
by all gathered at the ; L
[autiful home of Mr. and Mrs.
sey Graham on last Sunda
emoon at a fashion tea.
s. Arlean William > served
mistress of ceremonies.The .
guest speaker for the r
icasion Rev. Lester Albert
ve a very dynamic speech.
autiful solos were renderedMrs. "
Dorothy Turner and
aeon Roy Ross.
There was an array of fash-
,is modeled by some of the
,st dressed people of oury.
Mrs. Verlina Everhart did
magnificent job of narrating :
e show and Mrs. Rachel B.
att rendered beautiful music. -. _
Group No. 1 of the Men'a
y activities of the Antioch Jones Tommy Osby, Casey

v.ptist P.Church W. Wiggins Liberty, pastor City Denver Graham,Coachman Emma Lou Arlene Graham Wil- Heres the Dope On Social' Security

ere high in their praise for U ams, Roy Ross, Dorothy Tur-
ner, Alberta Battles Rachel
eryone who helped to make
B. Pratt and Howard Coachman
[is fashion tea a great suc-
-Photos by House of Photog. Health Insurance Plans "

ss.Mrs.. Alberta Battle was the ,
sort I By far the most importantpart will be paid by employees will not affect women who each spell of illness. The
Picture at left shows Frans SUPPORTYOUR of the recent social security employers and self-employed! reach 65 after 1971 or men patient will also pay a co-
Floyd Louise Watkins amendment was the establishment people. The contributions will who reach 65 after 1973. At insurance amount of $10 a day
elvina Allen and Emma Jones of the health Insur- go into a new trust fund, which that time the same 'work requirement -.,after the 60th day of hospi tali-
;ing served tea by Alberta ance for those 65 and older. will be kept separate from the will have to be met zation. A spell of illness, begins -
attles. Actually there are two sep- two existing trust funds for for hospi tal insurance as for the day a' person enters a'
At right are Elisach Mc- YMCA araw insurance programsonea old-age and survivors and dis- social security retirement hospital or ,skilled nursing
jeen, Ruth Strange Barbara hospital insurance plan and ability insurance. benefits. home and ends after,,he has
the other a supplementary medical Now the hospital insurance Hospital insurance cards not been a patient in any hos
insurance plan covering plan will be for almost every- will be issued to everyone pital or skilled nursing home
physicians' services and certain -- one now 65 or who will reach eligible for hospital insurance for 60 consecutive days.
other medical items and this age before 1968 whetheror benefits. Those now receiving
I health services not coveredby not he qualifies for social social security benefits will Up to 100 days,of posthos-
o Be Equal the hospital insurance plan. security or railroad retirement receive their cards by mail. pital care (after at least a 3;
First let us consider the monthly benefits. The moneyto Those 65 or over who have day stay ina hospital) duringa
hospital insurance benefits for those spell of illness in a skilled
plan. This pay the never applied for social secur-
Whitney M. Young .Tr.zecutlveDirectorNatlonal. will be financed by a new con- not eligible for monthly bene- ity or railroad retirement bene- nursing Home. However, the
y tribution separate from the fits will come from general fits may apply for hospital insurance pasient must pay a deductibleof
I regular social security contribution Federal Government revenues. cards at 'their social $5 a day for each day after
Urban League o for old-age survivors Men and women who reach security offices beginning the first 20 days.Outpatient .
and disability insurance. This these September 1965. hospital service
65 after 1967 can get
The White House has indicated that its forthcomg new contribution to be paidon hospital insurance benefits if This hospital insurance with 'a deductible of $20 for
conferance 'on'race relations will emphasize the services furnished by the same
the first $6,600 of wagesin they hav three quarters of plan will cover most of the
light of the Negro male. the year will be .35 per coverage (regardless of when cost of: hospital during each 20-day
Stirred by the recent U. S. Labor Department study cent for 1967-72 and 0.55 per they were earned) for each Up to 90 days of inpatientcare period. The patients will pay
f widespread disorganization among the Negro poor cent for 1973-75. after 1965 and before they in a hospital. The patient 20 percent of the costs ,above
resident Johnson has asked his braintrust to plumb The same contribution rate reach age 65. This provision pays the first $40 during: the deductible.
>neath the surface and to produce some far-reaching
olutions. -
"There will be no social peace in the United w \'< / .
tates for generations" (unless the Negro male has
he same opportunities as his white counterparts) the
port warns. His lot is regarded as the key to the

uture of the Negro poor-and that's every' second fam- .
ly of color in this country.
The Urban League movementt of course, has long
>een trying to focus public opinion on this question.
n fact, the Federal report cites these paragraphs from /
my book "To Be Equal." (McGraw-Hill.) : I' f I I / I I le I If

"Both as husband and as a father the Negro males
made to feel inadequate not because he is unlovable -
or unaffectionate lacks intelligence or even a
ray flannel suit. But in a society, that measures a
nan by the size of his pocketbook, he doesn't stand
ery tall in comparison with his white counterpart."To aI
this situation he may act with redrawal bit-
erness toward society aggression both within the
(amily and racial group self-hatred or crime. Or he
may escape through a number of avenues that help himo
lose himself in fantasy or to compensate for his low .
tatus through awariety. of expolits.' "
As I read these words again I can imagine the
resh batch of letters II will receive accusing me of
'making excuse for Negro criminals" and the like. I1IllJ'1 I : ;
But just as I tell Negro citizens that "We must do
more than deplore injustice by whites"- say it is not
nough for white citizens to "deplore" crime among .........

egroes. :
This is a time for understanding-and for action.
Regarding the former, I found my recent trip to..
frica of immense usefulness. On that continent I was
eeply impressed by the heads-high attitude of ordinary -
Africans. The colonialism which they endured for
enturies has not marked them as deeply as slaverydid

for their American brothers.In .
African society the African male-whether he
is a pilot or ditch-digger-feels his worth as an indivi-

ual. His job is as steady! as the next man's, and his .-
family unit as stable. (This is true for middle-class

merican Negroes by the way). He possesses a spiritf That's right!'The new housing bill makes any exservicemanor
confidence in himself his daily role, and his future. ( woman) eligible for is $200 down payment on a home. That's
The difference lies in the fact that European colonialism why you must com see Liberty Homes Estates, adjacent to All Homes Flltl:
Liberty Gardens in booming northwest Miami. If you want the 11th ST
thirsted to exploit the land and its resources- thrill of living in your own home at lets than you'd pay for rent, Tetsuo floors
hereas slavery sought to exploit the human person. come see our three model houses today. You'll live better in 7S0ded lots'
Moreover, because of our Judo-Christian heritage the Liberty Homes Estates. sire lotBSE1AU1T'JIFUOL minimum >.J.J --
laveowners had to convince the Negro that slavery was & 4 BEDROOM HOMES Citywat.rand _
loly Writ and moral. in keeping with the servant men- : sewage system f
tality they force the, slave to assume., At the same Sliding patio doors
20' Choice of exterior 3 3
time/ they fed the vanity of unthinking white people 134OO and Interior colon i tall
with the pip :dre t of a superior race-to justify slave TO this and morel :
holding. Only in America has the Negro male been so Close to major 113d T.
deeply injured.My $ expretopreswsswalays. close
understanding is that President Johnson intends as little as 10 per month I
to hit hard the issue of the Negro male. ,Hope- BUILT BY THE JANIS
'ully his solutions will include far-reaching, meat- VA and FHA FINANCING CORPORATION Cl04RLEAP

and-potato programs to encourage Negro youth to rehabilitate -
thejt poverty-struck fathers, and to improve
heir housing and economic prospects.Most .
of the sins of overt discrimination ("white"
and "colored") have been taken down. Now the unwritten -
sign our ghettos must be removed. For too
on R it- has read: "Abandon hope all ye who enter i\I.W, 37tlt AVENGE at 211th STREET J>HQI\l\ 6244071l10CH

-- -
-- ore- -
y .

'-}2THE MIAMI TIMES Friday.October 1, .1965 I III


Fntral} Direct '.eel Aroiri th lahanis i

I "CARDSMEMORIALS DEAYI9S Oils ii West Hurricane Betsy roderough- Sir Ralph Grey, at Master
he cut
shod over moat of the northern Point Andros,
part of the Bahamas and left a the ribbon at the entrance on

--. ..-- film Beech trail of destruction all along. Sept. 1. Present at the cere-

CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKS It was estimated that more monies were Messrs Clarence
Stevenson, representatives -
than 928.000 damages hadb Bain and Cyril
We, the family of the, late I The of the late in Eleuthera. Oov- for Andros in the
In sad but loving memory family George P. Coleman of 1215 en done

BEATRICE DEAN tour'dear mother.IDELLA LOW IE J. RANDOLPH Tamarind Ave., Wesf Palm ernor's Harbor, Hatchet Bay House of Assembly:Education Godfrey

wish to thank the many friendsfor .. Beach, died suddenly of a Tarpum Bay were the hardesthit Kelly, Ministry for
this methodof
would take
like to d'Albenas
their kindness in our bereavement heart attack on Sept. 24 at the on that island, but the fruit Director, and Donald
for the cards, tele- expressing their thanks and age of 62. He was the owner crops were almost completely Minister for Out Island
1k4 appreciation for the many In-
grams and flowers and also and operator of the Coleman's destroyed. Affairs Harold Poltier
the cards, telegrams, flowers and of West Palm it estimatedthat The blessing was offered -
thanks to Rev.Father Garrett Funeral Home In Nassau, was spector.
Lay Readers and St. Agnes words of consolation during of Beach Delrav and Riviera between 1,500 and 2.000 by Rev. Wilbert Rolle.
their bereavement. A note
Choir and members of the BeachMr. telephone poles were koncked -
guild. Also the Jolly Ten for x special thanks goes to the Coleman was on the down and a very large numberof Paul Adderley, Orvllle

their kind service rendered, Rev. Albert and also the trustee board of St. Paul AME trees. Damages were doneto Turnquest and Spurgeon Beth-
House of Albert for their kindness of the Progressive -
also those who donated cars. Church where be had been a many houses and business el-all members
and service. Thanks alsoto and
Thanks to the president off 1, faithful servant for many years. places. Liberal Party
cars and members of Pall a ; t. the many friends and neighbors lie was a member of the Vanguard Homes at some of the representatives in the House

Bearers and,Love.and Charity k.4N | of the bereaved family.of Club; he was on the settlements at Andros suffered of Assembly-broke their par

for their kind service rendered. I I Mrs. Idell Hadley. mother board of the'Florida Morticians severe damages At Red Bay, ty's boycott of the House by

We also thank the Francis r Mrs. Flora Randolph wife Association; trustee board of a village with 83 people, it returning to their seats Sept.
Funeral Home staff for their Edward Waters College of was reported that only two 2. PLP members walked out of

kind courtesy rendered.; f Jacksonville. He was the first houses remained standing. the Assembly April 27, when

{tI WORDS OF THANKS Vice National Grand Sire of Bimini, Grand Bahama and their leader, L. O. Pindling

Sarah Butler, Mother 'I National Grand Lodge of the Abaco suffered vast property threw the mace out of the

Mrs. Ethel Poitier and Mrs. I The family of the late Independent Order of Good Sa- damage but there were no cas- window.In .

Hilda Watkins Sisters I MR. FRANK Mc'McMillanwho maritans. lie was also affiliated ualties. Betsy had caused the astatement to the Speaker -

Alfred Strachan, Cousin with the Knights of Pythias Bahamas millions of dollars, of the House Mr. Adderleysaid
And a host relatives and departed this life August Masons. GUOP. Lily Whites. and it will take a long time to : "We were elected to this

friends --' ._- .- ._ 14, 1965, wish to express their Elks, the Odd Fellows, Gulf repair the damage House as members of the Pro
ROLLE appreciation for the kind ex- Stream Boy Scout Counselor gressive Liberal Party and as

who departed this life October pressions shown during their and many other organizations.He Osboume Demeritte, who such we are members of the

11964. hour of bereavement. We deeply is survived! by his was doing a ten-year term in Opposition to the Government.

IN MEMORIAM Gone but not forgotten feel the loss of one so near widow, Minnie and a son the Fox Hill Prison for armed We were elected by the people

In of dear father Corine Strachan, daughter and dear to us. Please accept Edward of West Palm Bcacn,'a robbery, escaped on August tto represent them in the HouseWe
memory my Inez Rolle, daughter our sincere thanks for the sym- Daughter, Mrs. Lois Cumber of 23, after holding up several promised to give them good I

David Rolle, son pathy, flowers, telegrams, Beach. Defray and Riviera prison overseers and forcing representation; we do not pro
cards and other splendid tributes brother and six grandchildren. them' to aid in his escape. pose to abdicate our responsibility -

by churches, neighbors Services were held Sept. Demeritte was at large for 19 to the people. We do be-

LOVING MEMORIESIn and various friends. Special 30 at Payne Chapel AME in days and then he was spied lieve it is in the best interestor

loving of thanks to Rev. T. Johnson. that city. He was buried in the sitting in a house on Baillou for the ultimate good l of the

memory Thanks to the Richardson family plot at Evergreen Me- Road at 7 a.m. on Sept. 11. Bahamian people that we refuse -

LOUISE LEMOINE Funeral Home. morial Park.ALBERT Acting Supt. Paul Thompson to represent them here in
(Mama Louise) in which we
was soon on the scene. He the capacity :
who departed this life October Sis. Rosa Scott
asked Demeritte to drop his were elected."
And the McMillian Family
2. 1964. gun and come out. When De-
"Your gentle face and patient meritte hesitated. Thompsonsent allow Chief Inspector

smile CARD OF THANKS MIte ELLA MAE LAM- in two police dogs, Zac Wilton Edward Boyd died at
With sadness we recall KIN, 1843A Homestaed Ave., and Rebel. Demeritte droppedhis the Princess Margaret Hospital

ql,?,,9 You had a kindly word for The family of the late Perrine, died Sept. 22. Survivors .22 pistol without a murmur August 19. lie is survived by

each are husband, Ike, two four
MRS. BESSIE DAVENPORT his wife, Ruth, a son,
And died beloved by all. daughters, a sister, four broth daughters and other relatives.,

wishes to thank the many ers. Services held Momday from The Miss Sea Shell sank The 43-year-old" Boyd spent
The voice is mute and stilled friends and neighbors for their Hurst Chapel AME Church. force
off Cat Island on Sept. 6 after 23 years on the police
kindness during its hour of
the heart springing a leak enroute from and rose from the ranks.
That loved us well and true sorrow. WILLIAM ARTHUR SMITH Turks Island to Nassau. The

Ah! bitter was the trial to part Mrs. Albertha Powell 11822 SW 220th St..- Goulds eight crew members and 13 ----
From died Sept. 21. Survivors area Cleveland Eneas Jr.,'is the
one so good as you. passengers were rescued by1I.M.S.

.........-. You are not forgotten loved FRANCIS. sister, two brothers. He was Relentless and broughtto first person to be awarded the
Poitier Scholarship.
Cordell Oa.MATI1IBWBARRE1 Sidney
: shipped to ,
I. Nassau after drifting in two
Fred Daniels of 533 N.W.I Young Eneas graduated with
who departed this life October Nor will you ever be, small dingys for 14 hours. The
3rd Ct. was DOA at Jackson 3520 B.A. degree in Biology from
6 1952. As long as life and Sea Shell was carrying a car-
memory Fisk University this summer.
Memorial Hospital on Sept. 29. Thomas Ave., died Sept. 25. go of sea shells and sea fans
not last
Gone but forgotten.
Funeral services will be held Survivors are wife, Amanda, and other freight. He enters Meharry Medical
Amos Ross, son We will remember thee.
College this month to take a
Jackson Law-
two sons, Iley ,
Saturday Oct. 2, 2 p.m. at
Olivette B. Ross
Miss A $47.000 new Government in dentistry. He is the
We miss you now, our heartsare the chapel. Remains will re- rence Barrett a daughter course
daughter-in-law Emma Jean Barrett, a sister, School was officially openedby son of Dr. and Mrs. Cleveland
Ross and Carr Families sore, in the chapel beginning
Mrs. Maud Ezell brother His Excellecy the Governor Eneas.
As time goes by we miss you a ,
1 Friday until funeral
more, Willie lie was shipped to Ft.
CARD'' OF THANKS time Saturday afternoon. Survivors
Your loving smile, your gentle Valley, Ga. for final rites.
The family of the'late face, include his wife: Annie

No 'one can fill your vacant Lee; 2 step-daughters; Mes- MRS. CORINE DUMAS. Eiuroht ftaiortol llarh

place. dames Lorine Phinizy and 17241 Duval St., Perrine, died

Mary Lee Perry and several Sept. 25. Survivors are daughter -
Willis six HAS Preinterment plots of 8 grave spaces or less
Myrtle Lemoine, Daughter other relatives and friends. sons,
1709 N.W. 55th St. Albert Charles, Calvin, Andrew ALSO I. ed late singlegrave spac.lnter.tnt

ht" r't RANGE. Frank, Joe Louis. Services Boxes and vault permittedWe .
Saturday from Kerr Me-
Roosevelt Williams of 3085 are not full and we are still doing business
morial ME at 1 pjn. Survivorsare
IN MEMORIAM N.W. 51st St. passed away three brothers Three sisters Open six days a week to serve you

Sept. 25 at Jackson Memorial and grandchildren. Gates open 7 days for your convenience
Hospital. He lived in Miami
In loving of our dear
memory 3601 NW46TH STREET N E 4-4197
for 30 He, is survivedby
7a mother, grandmother and sister years.
hi s wife, Rosa Lee; 2 sons nCHAHDSlMi. E. Johnson Manager Horn phone OX 1.9199THOUCHTFUL

LILLIAN LEONORA 7 grandchildren; 3 sisters,
WATKINS Bessie Epos, Olivia Williamsand MRS. ALMA ROSA LEE of

I Amita Allen; 2 brothers.. 767 NW 64th ST. died at her
who departed this life Sept. Ponce De Leon and Cody Wil- home Sept. 22. She is survivedby

301952. limas and other relatives and a daughter Mrs. Eleanor unJ
"Bless thou the dead who die
.-, friends. There will be no local Dunbar, three sons, Albert,
( ; in thee; services, final rites and interment Quentin and Samuel Knowles; 5 It )' YT
As thou has given them re
Mrs. Erma
will be in Starke,Fla. a daughter-in-law t
ARTHUR COLEBROOK SR. lease.So Knowlea of Miami; 11 grandchildren
who departed this life Septem16 quicken them thy face to several nieces, and Y Y
Mrs Rosa E. Pate of 1095
1965 wish to thank the
see, nephews. Services Saturday at Sta ti
N.W. 51st St. passed at ,
friends and neighbors for And away a
many give them everlasting 2 p.m. at Greater Bethel AME
Baptist Hospital. Sept. 22.
their kindness during our bereavement peace.
She lived in Miami for 11 Church.
for their cards telegrams years. "
O Lamb of God,Redeemer blest' 4YMI
flowers and donations. Grant them eternal light andrea Survivors are her daughter, WILLIAM THOMAS (also Y
Very special thanks to the Mrs. Rogcnious Fudge; Mr.
t. known as "Red") died Sept, ,
visiting pastor, Rev. W. Savoy and Mrs. Henry Butler; 1 sis 26. H leaves to mourn a mater ,. BEAUTIFUL

and to Rev. E. Williams o 'NewBethel Mrs Monica Honna ter Mae Spears, 3 brothers,, Mrs. Esther Johnson three SERVICES
Baptist Church for avery Joseph, John Henry and Roscoe -
And Family brothers, J. T., Rutherford and
Sykes and other realtivea Our ability and desire
inspiring sermon, alao (turfs. a sister-in-law, Mrs. av to
thanks for the wonderful, and friends.Service were belt I
services Eva Thomas two nieces Bet- out wishes
; : carry your to-
of the Range Funeral A NOTE OF THANKS Monday. 3 p.m. at Mt. Calvary ty Lennon and Dorothy Jean

Home. Baptist Church. Williams, several other nieces gether with our experience

Mrs. Elizabeth Barr, mother It is a comfort Indeed in and nephews services Satur- mean a service that is
William Tyson of 129 N.W.
The Colebrook FamilyINMEMORHN times of sadness such as we day in the chapel. 'Surviving '
have experienced to know that 8th St. passed away Sept. 25. also are his wife Gertrude and ;r conducted with beauty and
He is survived his
by wife
we have friends who feel so Dolphins Culpepper, nephew., understanding-to comfort.
Obbie Tyson and other relatives
deeply for us, and who show
and friends. There
In Memory Of their sympathy *o beautifully local services.Final rites and IN IMAM
So, the family of the late Mr.
interment in Columbus Ga.
ELSIE MAE DAMES Augustus Reed appreciatetheir In Memory Of "My Father in Heaven, help/
Died: August 12,1960and numerous friends who LEROY ARMSTER "" m. never to forget
Mrs. Nellie Dourer of 524 Thy love

MARY FERGUSON rendered varied so courtesies many thoughtfuland and N.W. 22nd St. Apt. ,4 passed I Just beyond the sumy sky, if looks up to m. in the

Died: SepU 27,, 1960 kindnesses. We assure you I away Sept. 21 in Jakcson Me, We hope to meet you by and by.Tho beauty of the flower ."
mari HospitaL Survivors are John Henry Jowttf
that we shall not sOon forget
Peace in this dark world of her husband Willie and I Armster Family
sin this proof of your gracious Oscar
; L.
daughter. Services were held Range
The blood of Jesus whispered I spirit. Thursday night in the Range

peace,within. Gratefully,,, Memorial Chapel. Final rites TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO $ Funeral Ho.

.The FamilyMrs. and interment were in Douglas CHURCH SUNDAY
Ruth Dames A Family Mattie Reed, mother Ga.



--- --- --- --- --- ----------- ----- -- -- -- -- --- ---- -- -- -- --- ---- -- ----- -

... ."-

me MIAMI'tikes. :'F&;idci'ot; tolldr T, wsp '13

I FOR SALE ----------..- ,
MaS.rlc.1 l OHIce '(;" 4
CLASSIFIEDFOR: ; 'I' : : Custom built 3 bedroom 1 b:eth.: I 9OT9''IIIN'
; Couples: Run, hive or take I TreotmeoJ liRUPTURE'
; : $400 down $86 a month pays bus 5 or 14 to 233 N.W. 63rd PILES HO ,QUALIFYING
everything. 2334 N.W. Slat St. j J JI '
SU 'See lovely bedroom & ef- A unsual and''beautiful'
Trio Real Estate. P, 9-8372. Rtttal Dlseosos VariJ very
ficiency. AIr cond. $17-$19 bedroom homo ,with pis. room
SALE FOR SALEBy furn. cot. liens Prostate No I "
wkly. New. 758-1873. J and garage. On a corner' lot.
Manor Park.3 bedroom,2 bath, lost fiat Discord Tress : Hardwood and tile floors Very

Attention" This beautiful 3 owner. CBS, 3 bedroom, 2 garage, porch, 2 story CBS. Unfum. house. 1558 N.W.'49th J Upon Correction of Rapt.re. large rooms. Really something
home with bath with extra lot. Ideal for $2,000 down. $64 mo. Phone I
bath se- 1
cdroom, St. Ironed Low cost. will
occupancy. Key at I different. A house you
arate dining room, large lot doctor, dentist, beauty parlor, 821-7293.. Near bus. park. next door by Mrs. Collman.S.S. DR. LONG'S CLINIC b be proud to own. You can
includedly etc.* 4769 N.W. 17th Ave. school. Must sell, leaving !
ir cond.'appliances Shown' by appointment. PH. town. Gross Realty Realtor { 1545 SW 1st St.-FR 3-27481 movo'in within a week. $11,500full

$13,000. FHA $300 down 885-3805. 4446126. i....------r-.r.. price. See' 1400 N.W. 81stSt.
ayment located at 1870 NW Brand Then call owner 6332663or
6th Terr. Open Sunday all day new 4 bedroom 2 full HELP WANTED 444-0353.
drive by then call Fenster Large 3 bedroom CBS,carport, baths, built-in kitchen large

catty (Broker) 691-2962. tenced yard, tile roof, 'appli- utility room, circular drive, CAB DRIVERS. Apply at .,.'.....," ......,..J J'I" ,.,..,..,... ..,..,fs

ances. Only $11,000. $350 city water, sewers and streetlights Society Cab Office 4 269 N.W.

Land new 3 bedroom, 2 bath down and $63 month, FHA. ,near schools,churches, 21st Street. Indf. Join the NAACPmmnmmnmmmmmmmmMmmmmmmmm

BS, Fla room, built-in stove Life Realty Broker, 4932 NW buses and shopping. Down
wen, latest creations inul1dinl. 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Open payment only $450. No closing Elderly lady as companion or .,.,.." .." ,," ...,," .," ..,...,,,,,..,.,,,..

How about coming eves and Sun costs. FHA $14,000. aide to young mother and

>ut on Sunday and see our Monthly $80.54. Don't miss young baby. 233 N.W. 55th SUTel. 5fH
odd at 1141 N.W. 75th St. Large 3 bedroom CBS,carport, 6340004.
this last
opportunity to
rom will 1-6 p.m.show and you our around.alesUm front porch, large kitchen the home you have been dreaming get H f
enster Realty (Broker) PL- stove refrigerator. No qualifying about. Call now Aetna EXPERIENCED MECHANIC '" ., x

9-8779._ $1,000 down, $85 month Realty (Broker) 811 N.W. 54th to operate service station.Call ; E
Move right in. Life Realty, St. Phone 757-5724. Open Sat. NE 3-6974. g YOUR CERTIFICATE OF ELIGIBILITY

A beautiful 2 bedroom CBS,, Broker, 4932 N.W. 7th Ave.
and Sun.
hardwood floors carport, FHA PL 9-4371. Open Sun & eves.
only $250 down. Clean in and -- HSCELLANEOUS H ONLY $100 DOWN ;;
---- Very nice two bedroom, one
Location 1863 N.W. 88th
out. FHA and VA Resale Homes. bath, frame. No qualifying. 23" Magnavox: TV, vacuum C .
Sunday 1-6
Terr.Fenster Open Realty, Broker,p.m.PL< $100-$200 down payment. No Easy terms. 243 N.W. 43rd St. cleaner, bridge table-formica See These =

closing costs, 2-3-4 bed- Ph. 634-3781. top,broiler,:2 way brass lamps H
9-8779. oom. Like new low monthly portable victrola and clothes
--- H 2010 N.W. 85th St. Call Mr. Kroll Q
Ph. Now.E. size 10. Call UN 59544.
CBS BEAUTY. payments. 754-0483 Big, 3 bedroom, living,dining.

hotal only $10,500. $350 downnd Harry Denny, Realtor,8623 Fla and sewing room, patio :g 263 N.W. 41st St. Call Mr. Kemp ==

} $74 month! pays all, for Biscayne Blvd. with 2-1 bedroom rental units. MARTIN'S CANDLE SHOP C WE HAVE DOZENS OF OTHERS:. =

us beautiful 2 bedroom CBS 1, Beautiful bedroom,CBS,carport $2500 cash. Open Saturday. Religious supplies, oils, incense -

jll dining room, modern kit- fenced yard, appliances.No 2280 N.W. 41st St. Ph. 888- lucky charms, baths, a 2 and 3 Bedroom CBS Homes N

hen, completely fenced,beau- qualifying, $1,500 down 6643. floor washers, etc. 2185 NW. ******

pful white sparkle brick wall and move right in. Life Realty Like new CBS, freshly painted 79th St. Across from Hoff E Brand i.lio..s EI

living room with fire place, Broker, PL 9-4371. Open Sun. inside and out. Our best man's Nursery.

arbecue pit, carport. This is and eves. 4932 N.W. 7th Ave. bargain at 7000. $250 down Three Bedrooms 2 Baths Florida Room: C
honey. A. Ben-Kori, Real and only $43.79 month. FHA.
or. call anytime, 751-2243. Lovely CBS, carport, awnings, Near school, bus, shopping. CHILDREN'S PLAY HOUSE = Three Bedrooms 1 Bath Florida Room: ==

----- fenced yard, large f ront porch. Don't miss this. Keys at Life
SPACIOUS CBS Near bus,shopping, etc. Priceis Realty Broker 4932 N.W. 7th C =
6715 N.W. 17th
:otal $14,050 Only $450 $10,000 with $300 down, Ave. PL 9-4371.Open Sundayand Ave. Call open.OX 1-4638. N.W. 76th Terrace and '17th Avenue 1C

own, 2 baths, Fla room, big $62 month and no closing evening.
I N.W. 41st Street and 24th Avenue ==
itchen, huge dining room, costs. Life Realty, Broker ----

arge living room, full garage, 4932 N.W. 7th Ave. Open eves PAGE APTS. Sacrifice for == DOWN PAYMENT FROM $500 :C
ull utility room, very modern and Sundays. good down payment or cash.
****** ******
tome in the best section of See owner at 233 N.W. 63rd N .

own. This is your dream home. Beautiful CBS, tile roof, awn- St. 10 fum. units on city block. a A Ford Special: !! CIN

\> Ben-Kori, Realtor, call any. ings, gas heat, fenced yard, Indf

lime, 751-2243. brick barbecue pit carport. C
= SEE 2981 N.W. 69TH STREET
Carport. Price is $12,500 with
2 HOUSES $400 down and $71 month. FOR RENT C $300 DOWN $89 MONTH

jve rent free,rent backhouse Life Realty Broker,4932 N.W. .

end live in front home with 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Open 2 Privileges.Rooms. Exclusive Call PL 1-4988.home. Hundreds of 3 bedroom homes i" Dade County N

modem kitchen, Fla room three
eves, Sundays.
edrooms, dining room, this is Mrs. Sanders. = for $100 down. :I

very large lovely home. Ideal 2101 N.W. 82nd STREET -
Room in private Christian EWE ]
or a large family. Price only Lovely comer, 3 bedroom, .2
10500. 'Bank' terms.. A.BenKorl bath CBS extra large lot. home. A quiet sober man. Cl9trf7P.M: *" "
: N.W. 47th st. area. Call 634- Naturally Healthy Normal halt Broker,: E
call anytime 751-2243. Tile roof, Fla room, jalousied 9654. CROWS from the MAW ROOTS FORD REAITYINC: )

windows, appliances, carpet- La YOUR SCALP.The condition .( _

3 BEDROOM CBS ing, sprinkler system. This isa 1 Bedroom Duplex. Nice clean :1 oat natural' often depend haatetyour'* hearUr B:3639,N.W. 15th 'A''N .. -_R'* >"'- __ '_ 6j -459SI. =
o qualify. Total $13,000.love beauty. $450 down. No closing Yean die DOCTOR CAR

right in. 2 baths, Flaxxch costs and $86 month. Ave.kitchen Phone fum.888-6643.4049 N.W.. 23rd formula NOT Invented railed medicated CARBONOKb tar ........a..RIMuuOI

best area, hardwood Life Realty Broker 4932 NW which to nixed with many proven .
loors fenced rear yard. PL 9-4371. -- beneficial tnfredlenta CAR
7th Open
Ave. Clean fur room house. $13 BONOEC"to such a itrotvc. power
'1,000 down. A. Ben-Kori, eves and Sundays. ful anUaeptle and does such Ono ,
Realtor call 1805 N.W. 5th Ct. ALSO room work la helping an ITCHY.
anytime ---- for $8 and $10. Kitchen pri- BUMPY DANDRUFF scalp list ii '
1243. 612 N.W. 60th St. CBS home, extra lot included. many DOCTORS retard It : iiys .Tewi
N.W. 5th : ,
vileges, 1817 Ct. and PRESCRIBK It for tba'I'
-- $300 down, $60 month. See Phone 634-3177. scalp trouble Many ) ...._......__. ,,___'..M._..'.. ""' ,, .
BEAUTIFUL DUPLEX 7710 N.W. 8th Ave.Call OwnerWI externally acalp
otal $15,500 terms. Live inn 5-9886. ttone... are areaty l '" by tbe OPEN SUNDAY H COME SEE
of this
Triple atreMth tar
5th Ave.
House. 1474 N.W.
beautiful 2 bedroom, 1 bath formula Write for this DOCTOR
iving room and kitchen ---- six bedrooms, CBS, furn. $25 CXNUINK SCALP FORMULA 129 N.W. 48TH STREET j
rent Below 79th St. Furn.
Home. BOW. It wffl he aent to yon all
FR 1-1905.
>ther side, 1 bedroom 1 bath, 7762 N.W. 9th Ave. Clean wk. JE 1-3184 or rom mixed f and ready to .. .. USS IT Lovely CBS,3 btdrooa both, fla room, dining room,
DAYS and If asS ,
iving you are
room and kitchen. Live j
large rooms. Suitable for couple furn. with eaUtfied. your money back. Pay 1 appliances. $14,000 total. $450 down.
Clean room very garage
ent free. This is the best only $14t .
very $7500 terms. Call Mac after on deUftr) Thto ..
closet. Including cludea
n income large clothes everything. Dont n
property. A. Ben- 4 531-6451. penny .... You .. i... '
p.m. kitchen facilities. Call 754- "11
tori, Realtor, call anytime, der ctlar Uae the Anest MKDICATKD : 1600 N.W. SIST STREET

51-2243. Special Week! No quali- -1452. money can kM.'buy.' fORMULA Your hair'end ou < Corner extra largo lot.Swi. pool, CBS,2 bedroom, Flo
beautiful 2 bed- tcafe deomre fine earn. Ian sad,
SPECIAL CBS fying. This 1980 N.W. 55th St. Neatly fume your name and addreat to-COLD room, carport eppliancts, washer. Only $13,000 total.
room CBS,plus huge Fla room, kXDAb HAIR PRODUCTS
Phone INC.
room. Use of kitchen. $400 down. No closing costs.
bedroom Dept .4f
completely fum. carport, nice location at 339 Rrookhrn 2N'1 Bay. I ...
ill NE 3-9908 i i : THIS <
new modem kitchen fen-
N.W. 45th st. 'Drive by then ij FORMULA calf* a 10% writ I DRIVE BY CALL US TO SEE
j -
ed, comer lot, plus air con- call Fenster Realty, Broker, tea money bath ........... ,

itioned, plus an extra fume 691-2691. 'Open Sun. 1-6 p.m. 8415 N.W. 23RD AVENUE
ouse in rear. All this for 2 bedroom apt.Upstairs, elec-

14,050.HA Only $450 down 4 bedrootr CBS, will be painted tric stove. References 691- FOR SALE ; Gorgeous CBS,3 bedroom, 2 both, carport, central heat,
and 0789.
come this
ful property. You see won't beau-be- in and out to your choiceof --- 7005 KW. 4th Ct. fruit trees, extra largo lot. $500 down.
$200 ,
colors. FHA only
eve it. This is the best buy down payment. No closing Single or couple. Fum. room. Furn. Duplex$58 Mo.

f the year. A. Ben-Korn Real- .A hot deal. 'Drive by Cooking included. $10.50 per 2299 N.W. 90TH STREET
Fr. Inother.
Jr, call after 7 all Rent' 1 Apt. Live R.nt
anytime, 751-2243. 15750 N.W. 18th Place Opa week. Phone pan.
---- Locka. Then call Fenster day Sunday, 635-5786. No qualifying no doling Corner CBS beauty. bedroom, Fla room, garage, extras

uxurious living with a swim- Realty, Broker 691-2961. eo.t. Move In todoy. $12,000 total. $400 down. No closing costs.

ing pool, and 3 bedroom 2 -- Best Town Owner 373-3304
ath CBS. Could be bought at 2 Bedroom Apartments .......... 1810 N.W 94111 STREETCBS

HA terms. A large home fore 280 N.W. 44tH STREET 1392 N.E. 151st Street
particular buyer. How about PL 1-2768 Buy or Rent -Option 2 bedroom, iJi bath, plus guest house in rear.
CBS, with separate t
ming out this Sunday from 3 in back for income. 1545 N.E. 153rd Terr. Garage. $12.000 total $400 down, no closing costs. '

to 6 p.m. and our Salesmanill cottage Nice room for man or woman.
show Main house has Fla room, tile 19th Call Tile I roof, hardwood floors,
you around. Location houseis 5710 N.W. Ave. 8025 N.W. 15TH AVENUE
roof, large kitchen. security and ,
f awnings. $100
property is 94 N.W. ,48th St. 634-8495.
enster Realty (Broker) 691- fully furnished. Price is --- move in. Gate CBS, 2 bedroom, appliances air condition, Only
and $77
962. we have key. $12,000, $400 down Life Realty, Nic quiet neighborhood..water Owner 373-3304. $8,500 total. $300 down. No closing costs.
, month,
and electric free. '4001 N.W.
'= ==--
4932 N.W. 7th Ave.
Broker, 11th Ave. 633-7980. 3314 N.W. I3TH AVENUE
bedroom CBS, in the heart of PL 9-4371.Open evenings and

anor Park, plus garage, cor- Sundays. Furnished room, homelike en- OWNER MUST SELL Neat fully furnished 2 bedroom. No qualifying. Only
er lot, close to school --- vironment. 1986 N.W. 57th St. CBSCORNER $70 month, $8,500 total. Small down payment.WE .
uses, shopping center locat- 1942 N.W. 85th STREET
NE 3-6203 or NE 4-2190.
d 798 N.W. 46th St. Drive by Modem CBS, awnings, appli- .. 3 HAVE MANY MOREIF
- .e -
hen call Fenster Realty, ances. A bargain at $8,350 Niee large ;1 bedroom house 2 BATH YOU ARE BEING DISPLACED LET US HE LP YOU
roker 691-2972.We have key. and $52 month. Could Be Duplex
with $250 down Just painted inside. Small fa BUY ANY FHA HOUSE $100 DOWHtSHELR"LTY

Keys at Life Realty, Broker, mily.: $20 per week. Will sell 5120 N.W. 21ST AVE
1365 N.W. 86th Street PL 9-4371.
N.W.7th Ave.
4932 $100 down, ba-
to right party.
ovely CBS, large fenced yd,
. ----- lance weekly. NE 5-5566.
ir cond.,awnings, appliances.
o qualifying. $750 down *nd PIANO LESSONS ---- .

'ova right in. Key at Life 1 bedroom apt. Air cond. and f '

ealtv. Broker. PL 9-4171. I will teach children from 7 fum. Adults only. 1210 N.W. UN 6-0655 [4260 IIW Ilk' AY.., 75J-S551

932 N.W. 7th Ave. Open Sun- years old and up to play the 77th Terr. (reference needed). .
piano. Call 6356737. 't
ays and eves.


{ f ISAraDbE'Y19i65; -

. Our BoysIn wi 4 k y'I


'HAACP Me1bk1iAt Service t:1 '. '

_... .........m _
The following Miami younf
son can remain in one
the NAACP MembershipMass spot-
men have completed basic mi--
Meeting on Sunday Mrs. he must 'progress-or he re-
litary training at San Antonio,
Athalie Range chided the Negro gresses. Texas
and have been selectedfor
community for its "incon- The speaker reminded the special training in the U.S.

sistency" which she said is audience that it was her late Armed Forces:

hurting the Negro's fight for husband, along with a group of Airman William H. Hazel-
other Negroes who quietly
equality. hurst, son of Mrs. Rosa L.'Ha>
the integrated Crandon Park 10
years ago
zelhurst of 2324 N.W. 74th St.
', NAACP boasted that it had years ago. She bewailed the Airman Elijah Bradshaw,
members In Miami fact that Negroes not mak-
1,500 or more are Bradshaw
son of Mrs. Ethel of
." said Mrs. Range. "Now use of the rights and privilegesonce 18214 Homestead Ave.

that the waters are not so denied them.
Airman Third Class JamesP. ,
that "It is time ",she said, for )
rough now we can seethe Edwards son of Mrs. Loraine S II
the of Miami to standup
sunlight peeking through
Tomlin of 1541 Redland -
the membership of this great and be counted, not as Ne- _
( Road, Florida City.
organization has, dropped to groes, not as sympatheticwhites Airman Third Class Cla-
less than 500 members. but as people who are
rence Jones Jr., son of Mrs.Myrtle .
interested in making a better :
"It our responsibility to V. Jones of 1060 N.W.
keep movingfor no living per community for all." 52nd St.Airman.

J. W. Lester Jr.,

t er Sr., of 1884 N.W. 74th St.

SERVICE MONTH Dade County's first waders SOUTH DADE NEWS

Program emphaisi duringthe will begin their first full day! Sunday morning service at The Annual Patrons-Teach- teachers; and urged parents to parents awareness of the total

month of Octobe.wiU be of school Friday. Oct. 1. with Mt. Moriah was in charge of ers Orientation of the Day take an tactive, role in the program of the Day Care

primarily upon YMCA World dismissed at 2 p.m. Sept. 30 Rev. O. P. Pinkey. The Rev.W. Care Centers of James E. early childhood development Centers and Kindergaretns as

Service Committee under the will be the last day for noon C. Edcar gave some very Scott Community Association,. of their"little ones" enrolled supplementary to home and
leadership' Mrs. Susan F. dismissals. encouraging remarks. held on the lovely grounds of in the Day Care and Kindergarten family life.

Harris has a double objective: Only exception will be first The revival meeting was agency headquarters, was an program. The tone for the afternoon's
The meeting, a financial quota graders at Key Biscayne Ele- informative and enjoyable program had been set throughthe
quite Seven candi-
and educating the public upon mentary who will begin their a success. program. "Insurance Coverage" a meditation given by Mrs.

the work and worth of the fore- full-day schedule on Oct. 4. dates didates for baptism and 20 can- "Working Together" was vital part of the Day Care Barbara Cross a parent, as itincluded
from Vacation Bible
eign mission projects of the This extension of the "half- discussed by Mrs. Elizabeth Centers program was adequately -' a challenge to pa-
t.fchool, all of whom will be .
YMCA Movement. day" schedule was necessi- baptized at the St. Ruth Bap- N. Pittman, principal of Poin- presented by Melvin Williams rents and teachers.Mrs. .

Towards raising the finan- tated by Hurricane Betsy, during tist Church Sunday in Dania ciana Park Elementary School member of the Day Inez Poster, chairman

cial objective, the committee which children were ab- after the and member of the Day Care Care Committee. of the Day Care Committee

composed of Rev. H. C. Mc- sent from school.Registration directly vice. morning ser- Committee. Mrs. Pittman Before introducing staff, wishes to thank all of the par-

Dowell, Dr. Almond Edwards, for new first stressed the importance of Miss Olive Alexander, Exe- ticipants, as well as those attending -

Miss Blanche Calloway and graders will continue until friendly cooperative relation cutive Director of JESCA em- for making the program

Mrs. Harris is conduting a Sept. 30. After that date, no ships between parents and phasized the importance of a success.
YMCA Cookie Sale, planninga new first graders will be accepted AMERICAN LEGIONThe

stay-at-home tea and soliciting officials explained.
from friends.
They,are confident regular meeting for the f"5flf ? r ; 'i'<'

that these' projects will WEST DUNBAR PTA month was held with a large; c,--y "'AUTOINSURANCE :;; !.
be. successful. membership sent. The music
'In'the process of educatingthe West Dunbar Elementary chairman, Mrs. Carrie L. Arnold association is tryingto :">cherle'etrttr'tnx"dear rates act ara y tt. ir't. :

public 'on the worth of the meeting School will for the hold 1965-66 its first school PTA had a very good programSept. get street lights all over .'t. IMMEDIATE'SRi2; *"FILING ;*1,: .'

foreign work, a day of Dedica- 19, thirteen members Liberty City. We are one of / Bring, .IkU*d to ow,offleo**n4 roarivo *. fro. 'jilt. '
Thursday, Oct. 7 at 7 in ,,> *. **.
tion has : ) # :
been Scheduled for : -: :
: <
attended the school of Instruc- ? ,, ; > 1
subdivisions in
the oldest Miami -
Sunday, Oct. 24. Rv Rhymer, the school afetorium. tion at Coconut Grove. Auxiliary > : D..Goodman and'Son,, Inc. .t
without We need
former,general sec tary of the A special program is being 165 was second largest in lights. t''I; t.nl"R.txte;:Modgags' f't '
A will be 134 more signatures. A member ,
Metropolitan YMCA will be planned. door prize attendance Thanks to all who of the committee will callon Bn!nM member\AU'"M'toplce.pawioarintfs'chbr; ,

presented. Pictures of work given a parent, and the class attended; Sept. 25, the Juniors for signature,' l2688 NW.62na'Si et ;t OY 1.n
number of you your your ,
having the largest ,. -
being done by' Moses L. Perry in attendance at the'group held their first fall meet- name and address, description ....... ... > '\:, ;'. }...... '''1'9" .,../ f '

will be shown and other ma- parents meeting will receive a class ing. Remember Oct.; .6 is meeting of your property and folio number
terials distributed. Public participation gift.. .' -- night. All members are ask- which can be found on
in this program is ed to be present
welcomed. m West Dunbar's parents can your tax paper or exemptionpaper. I ,

ADULT not afford'to miss this affair George Stirrup, presi- \1 AMPs

PROGRAMS UNDERWAY Make it a must on every calendar Mrs. Henry W. Daniels dent Miriam Martin, secretary. s N GR of
!! Publicity Relatins Chrm. Faye & "ORE"
The Carver YMCA is now oao 1w .
open from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. .. \t" $10FLOWERS r; f ? '

each evening for adult recreation U.S.lauHches Education Survey r For Those j ''I

as well as organized activities FOR ALL OCCASIONS

Each Monday Robbie
Wright and Oscar Edwards are, An .extensive survey has nounc ed. Who Served Artificial Arrangements Potted Plants
been launched by the federal Questionnaires have been
instrutions in ....
giving contract
bridge each Monday from 7 government to determine how mailed to 5,300 elementary and .. Funeral Arrangements, Specialty

much of chance minority high schools, about 5 per cent
to 10 Both
p.m. p.m. "A Visual Message with Flowers CorsagesFor
have for equal educatof the nation's total. The stu- VOCATIONAL TRAINING
novices are invited to at- groups the Discriminating"Lowrie's
tend. Recreational bridge is ion. The largest of its kind dy will concentrate on the ed- PEACETIME DISABLED

taken by the ucational opportunities avail- VETERANSMore
offered on Wednesdays with ever government
Mrs. Mayme Bondu as hostess. the survey involves 900,000 able to Negroes. Mexican- than 11,000 peace Flower Garden

Both groups are coeducationaland pupils and 120,000 of their Americans, Indians, Puerto time disabled veterans have ,

free of charge to Y mem- teachers and administrators, Ricans, Orientals and dis- vocational training so far. This 6030 NW 7fh Avenue
whites is the I
advantaged essentially same program
bers. Pinochle, whist and bid- the Office of Education an- I
whist, table tennis, checkersand that 'trained many World Mon.thru. Fri. 4:30 PM to 8OOPM-Sat. 9:30 AM to 6PM
War II and to date has enrolled
chess are offered at times .. .. .. I
... PHONE 759-9168
when interested persons gather. I ,. about 75,000 Korean Conflict 1
The staff invites membersto Carver ".; veterans for training. In the 1
peacetime vocational rehabilitation -
meet their friends at the Y. I
TEEN RECORD HOP FRIDAY Ranches ., program, veterans with u"I....I.""..."
than ,
less 30 percent disabilitymust ,. ,.. .. .
>: ( 1 ,
Bill, the disc jockey of "pronounced ; I > > ;: ';" .kJ {'W"Y"f(
have a employment
Radio Station WMBM will spin I IBM MACHINE 1IA"i'MIAMfOOTIT'
the platters and chatter for News r- handicap" in orderto = >
a teenage record hop in the
upstairs auditorium 1 "Py Walter Bow. ---- NEVI INSURANCEUnder i
on Friday,
: 'j
Oct. 1 beginning at I p.m. Due the new insurance reopening )
law you must have aserv1ce..connected'
to space limitations only 100 l
The South Broward VFW

The teenagers fee is will 35* Refreshmentswill be admitted. Post No. 8195 will meet Sunday whether or not you are disability receiving :p OF TECHNOLOGY "

Oct. 3 at 5 p.m. All members disability compensation.This .
be sold by the Duetts Ser- ------- ,
please be present. means that veterans "
vice Club. Proceeds will be many =: ,College of Data
used to furnish game room in who have never filed claims 3octsing 8eienct < <
The Carver Ranches Fire with the VA may have such _
the building >
Department meets each Mon disabilities and be able to KEY PUNCH ,COMPUTER PM GRAMS*MSMM -

day night at the Fire Stationon take out ome of the new in- .
HEWBOOKSTO BE 44th Ave. and 21st'Street. Airman Third Class Raymond surance. The right to apply I I MO* MM .. ire .,"" lOW'!.' I... t'-.c.ull'

DISPLAYEDParents Cox, son of Mrs. Cather- under the new law runs until I field' ala. fastest lr.wia4 lieU. ,!..tlit U4. =
Members of New Macedonia ine E. Gipson, secretary at May 2, 1966. >

,teachers in children's and every- Baptist Church of West Hollywood Liberty City Elementary School QUIZ CORNERQ. I TRAM HOW,FOft A SECURE FUTURE > =

one 'interested are making plans for will be studying Aero-Jet Mechanics I will get a 7% increase .i Lens rare than ; '
books invited by the Joint .
are their Woman's Day on the fourth and aircraft maintenance in my Social Security this year I .

Book Selection Committee of Sunday in October. The Rev at Shepherd Air Force Will this affect my right to Studeat'LoCl.. Available : >

the City of Miami Public Libraries B. L. Mack is pastor. Base, Texas, after having keep on g tting my VA .pension I I
to see a semi-annual completed his basic training'at ? lAY jWW MraH I wMNflQEiv NlMB I FSI'
display of selected new bookson Lackland Air Force Base in .. ,
A. It will affect
James Welch of Dania celebrated your pen- I
Oct. 7 from 12 to 9 p.m. his 21st birthday at his- Texas. lie is a 1965 graduate sion claim only if the increase Opera d:30'.at. to 10 p..! ,

Members of the Book Selec- home Saturday, Sept. 25. of Northwestern High. Airman causes you to go over your*i I Call Miami T cV for .'poi>t.ttt. Pfc. 633-1441 ',::
tion Cdmmittee will be on hand Cox chosen out of his income limit. If
was particular
you Or read tfcU for fwrtfcer
laforaatioo. < ,
coupe i-
for consultation. An annotated '' > ... .. ;
company for outstanding accomplishment may be affected, call the Miami I.. "? 1 '
check list will be provided for during basic to
VA office and ask conj
use in the examination of the A NOTE OF THANKS attend this technical training tact representative how a you I Mla.'I.atlhte.' Technology 1250 N.W. 27th" Ave. :I
books. =
Mrs.Ozella Pridgenof 2172 school. stand. I .

The exhibit is designed to N.W. 57th Street wish to thank .. NAME............_..............................ACE........... .
call attention to the wide i
who visited called
range of current books available everyone .....' .'. ... .,., .. ..,. .=
to meet the needs in during her stay in Cedars of !! ..,,f.: .r' > > :- "'" .. '. } I STREET ...........................................................
also :\" i
Lebanon Hospital. She
'home, school and public libra- who .. .J ln .t1l NAAep, I I
thank those
'raries, and is open at night so would like to ... ;,.> J! J. ,. .." . I N CITY
sent cards and for flowers during 'y E....................... .
;,that parents! especially can .;i ; '.IJ l;, li'. ." ',.' ',I.iiJ".i\.,.#. I ..
?see the exhibit. her illness. I .......ii... .....i... 'I

-.e. '\> -

-- -- -- ,

": ;' )jJ;


.. ..... ,

,THE MIAMI' TIMES, ''Frrdoy'October 1,. 165_ \SL

S jearingwiLIi.1 A, TIMES SALUTE. 8iU tri Brtd. Looking 'the'SPORTS .. '





The South Florida Veterans Boxing Association
k Everyone in Miami was left speechless after ob-
Is in the
recently formed now midst of a membershipdrive.
serving the mild manner in which the loquacious Cas-
If are a supporter of boxing, join
you now
sius Clay made his entry into the city to pitch camp
Make inquiry at Miami Beach 5th St.
need you Gymnor
for training prior to the fisticuffs he and Floyd Patterson -
write Tommy Ross,president at
call or JE Ap- are to have this November.It .
plications are pouring in. Books are still open for new .
was astonishing to hear Cassius giving some
membership. You can join as a social member. Next \
credit to Patterson as a fighter and affirming that the
meeting Sunday Oct. 3rd at the Roney Plaza Hotel 3
}r JMj\\\ former champ above anyone else deserves a shot at
p.m. VBA hopes to see a number of new faces. This heavyweight title.
organization is the best thing that's happened to help tI, __ There was .marked difference in the caution usedto

boxing revive itself. ROOSEVELT RANDOLPHMiddle WOODROW GREEN pick this fight's outcome as to the boastful flamboyant

QuarterbackB. manner he called the time .in bouts with Listen;,
LITTLE RIVER OPENS THURS. OCTOBER 7 Linebacker T. W. Tornadoes could all this mean that the champ has grown up and

Little River after being closed for quite some Northwestern Bull is thinking as a champ befitting the position he holds,
tacklesand Displayed a dazzling or. or maybe he realizes that Patterson not be a big
time, opens up on Oct. 7 with an all star show. Main His 21 Jarring may
event brings together two of the favorites who always 6 timely assists play. ray passing skill and out awkward Liston, whom he can tumble at a drop of a
ed a major role In helpinga standing team generalshipby punch.
give you plenty of action. They are Willie Taylor vs rugged Northwestern defense throwing for 5 touchdowns -
Harry Tetlow. Four other bouts will make the rest
up and 240 yards to
to hold the highly
of the card. Let's make it a big night. Get
up a party touted Tampa Middleton 11 spark the Tornadoes to a
and attend this opening. For reservations call 885- to a mere 6 points and record recent 57.0 rout of Attucks SYRACUSEThe
2491. Neil Composto is making another stab at it to a 20-6( Northwestern High of Dona.flow .
Hurricanes in last week the
keep boxing alive. Now it's up to the fans and mana- I-'' I Syracuse staged
.!L" I greatest feat of vindication in the team's history after -
gers. a very humiliating defeat by Southern Methodist the

? Scoring Rattlers ; previous week. They were superb agains the much favored
PAIGE SHOWS HE STILL HAS IT :- : Syracuse Orangemen with their 24-0.
: Now the prospective winning season is lookingmore
Leroy (Satchel),Paige flaunted Father Time Sa- Shade S. Carolina '1973In like a reality and could be more solidated by a
turday night by shutting out the Boston Red Sox with ,
,... win this week Tulane.
,, ______ ___ i
.. 0-
only one hit over the three innings he pitched for the itia : $---rte.-- them
first half Morand
Tallahassee-Florida A&M
Kansas City Athletics.
gain, this time from the one. RATTLERS WIN 1913
their 1965
Paige, the amazing veteran of almost 40 years of Rattlers opened Thre extra point was no good.
baseball came back to the big leagues after a 12 year season eith a 1913 win over Bull Florida A&M's powerful football aggregation usually -
the South Carolina State
absence and throttled all the Sox hitters except Carl The Bulldogs soon came so strong that they overrun their opponents found the,
Yastrzemski who bounced 3-0 390 feet off the back as th y scored first
a pitch The Bulldogs who opened going a little tough with South Carolina State at Tallahassee -
left field fence for a double. their 1965 schedule against TD Fred on Stevens.a 8-yard The run by extra pointwas last Saturday barely eking out a 19-13, win..
The 60-year-old Negro righthander's hometown their first
au- the Rattlers, played added by Tracy Hodges.
dience cheered him to the echo as he befuddled the game under their mentor Oree NL CONTENDERS LOADED WITH STARS

eager Boston hitters with his famous hestitation pitchand Banks fromerly of Grambling.
a surprisingly live fastball. Stopping FAMU four timesin Scoring their 10th victoryin Baseball which can spontaneously break into ,a
threats the Bull- the series dating back to.
Satch wasted no time in the second retiring the dogs scoring proved what Rattlers' 1934, the Rattlers b-ve next world of excitement and thrills anytime it is played is
side in order on six pitches. His third and last inningwas Coach Jake Gaither had pre- week oft to prepare /or the giving out double at this end of' the season, run-for-the
almost as easy. He threw only eight times including dicted earlier, "the Bulldogs tough Bulldogs of Alabama Aand pennant stretch. ,
I a strikeout of his mound opponent Bill Monbou- will be especially" tough on .de M Oct..9 in formal,,,Ala. The National League which has been, tipping, the
fense. scales of power to their'side in the last decade is continuing -
quette.Paige, who says he is now a 3-lnning pitcher, Andrew Green, .a junior to produce players of immeasurable capabilitiesand
walked no batters and struck out one. He threw 29 halfback from Miami i, scored t'.; ;"d&rr.rvz' ,**y to substantiate this fact the Dodgers and Giants,

pitches. The crowd gave him a standing ovation when the Florida winning with ,only touchdown 6:43 remaining for- MIAMI -TJMES: neck and neck contenders for the,pennant are the possessors -

walked back to the dugout. in the game with a 6-yard .,.,..... 'I T' .at..... of some of the game's greatest stars.
plunge. The kick failed but "";,., { ;' :( :.... The Giants boast the incomparable Willie Mays,
Woodrow Green along with Joe Hall, Cyril Johnson the six-point play was good o AD.S J. ':.+ who is within a bat's l length of 'all the batting records
Ed Young, Joe Jackson and Bob Lamb played for the winning margin of 19- I in the books.
sensational ball: Saturday night when BTW trounced 13.FAMU .b.l : 1 Y The Dodgers have record breakers in the 'person of
Attucks'570.Miami's with a 20 season I Maury Wills and Sandy Koufax, each excelling in his
record, scored in every quarter MING: speciality on the diamond. Wills with his basestealing -
the third. Rattler Elroy
football team played its fourth visit to except Morand scored the first touch- rll1n t.... heroics and Koufax with his pitching performancethat
New Orleans to play Tulane Saturday night and on the down of the game with an 18- has at times been perfect.
basis of past performances there, will have to fight for yard run with 8:27 remaining RESULTS'Eci1
its life, 'In. 1951, a heavily 'favored Miami eleven was in the first quarter. The extra o- 0, r. EXCELSIOR LEAGUE STANDINGS, < '
dumped 21-7 by the" Green Wave. Favored in 1961 and point was added by David Dan- :' 1114 h... ,' .
1963, the Hurricanes escapted with 6-0 and 10-0 vic- iels. TEAM W L 'TOT'AL'PIN'SThe

tories-and both TDs were of the fluke variety.
Olympics 5 1 4753

: 14IifIJRI J
New Frontier" 4 2 4991

Ralph Ryan's world champion Miss Whirl heads a Metropolitan Cleaners 4 2 4930
field of 56 who will go to the post Saturday for the Hagan & Fonda No. 2 ,4 2 4825
first time .of three qualifying rounds in the fall editionof POST TIMET' McDonald's Liquor 3J4 2% 4627
Flagler's $80,000 International Classic. 8:00 P.M. Hagan & Fonda No. 1 3 3 5240

Already established as the most sensational star Cloverleaf Sport Shop 3 3 5128

of the year (and many years) in greyhound racing, the P esker Pontiac 3 3 4796
Larry Hughes Kennel ace has an opportunity to com- Team No. 13 2H 3# 4711
pile the greatest single-year record in the history of The Cobras 2 4 4930

the sport if she can repeat her summer triumph in the LEO'S SPORT WORLD 2 4 4674
rich ihternational. The 5 Summersetts 1 5 5098

Jerry Alderson's import from Mile High (Denver) "Tfce Nafton'f M\\ GreyfcensufSfcowpace Team No. 14 1 5 4507
last Saturday when he shaved a tenth of a second off "
Miss Whirl's Flagler Course record by running the dis- TOP FIVE AVERAGES:

tance in 37.1 while taking his second Flagler win in NOW! e y TWIN DOUBLE Tommy Jackson 201

four starts. Frank Southward 196
Other new additions to the field who could make Darden Baker 189
things a bit tougher for the Hughes-Ryan sensation include I W. E. Robinson 187
John Still's Hollywood track record holder, Bi g I James Thomas 185
Forge; Eleanor Burke's Daytona Beach Derby winner I
and track champion, Captain Agent; Pot Luck's Sad J; #" 'I" '#" " "II

Fire, who came to smash the Daytona track record set THANK YOU
by Captain Agent in his derby triumph; Oscar Evers'
Fifth Locket. a finalist in the $50,000 Wonderland Der- We wish to sincerely thank each of you

by and third place .finisher in the Wonderland Count- r. whose continuous priase of my divinely inspired -

down; and the Multnomah (Portland, Oregon) star, Jane i "HEAT TREAT" for helping it to be.
Drake, who'll run for Paul Sutherland. j jOUR
-=- .A come a part of a select chain.
J 17 II f .
As of August 15, 1965,1 I will only handle -

500 to 1,000 "HEAT TREATS" per year.
CLASSIFIED ADS Again, thanks, to you for your patience and


BRING RESULTS I an with Humility.

Gratefully yours,

O'Connor T. Clark, Creative EnginctrBY


---- --- -

--. ----- _..._
--__- -,-
1I"i' ... 17 -,

..' _

16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday October 1, 1965

Says Dodd Attack OH King Meats 'Nifjtr, Stay ii Your Plact1', ,

New !rork-ANPl-Scratch, only a threat to, free speech
." dome northern liberals and you and the civil liberties of all Specials
come UD with hvoocrites. Americans but jalso a threat to _
This is a truth we are learning civil rights movement. The '
tffore clearly,as the Black need to answer this threat is a ar

Revolution moves away from more imperative responsibilitythan q OPEN'SUNDAY I 5 P.M. I
Southern locales. the need to defend Dr.
r, It is a truth which in our King who is rather capable of 275'N.W. 5TTH STREET .

< opinion was made chrystal defending himself.In I !
I clear the other day when Con- 'effect Senator Dodd Beautiful CBS, 2 bedroom home, wall-to-wall
necticut Senator Thomas J. says to us: _. carpeting, fence yard, near schools, $11,000 i
Dodd a close friend of President "We.'ve been pretty nice to FHA. $250 cash. $85 Month pays everything.Ho
r'' Johnson launched a frontal you people (black). We have I closing costs. .
', passed civil rights bills. What
; attack against Martin Luther -
happens to the shape of the n
King, Jr. Dodd attacked OPEN SUNDAY
world is not the business of
Ii 1 I i, !\' King for opposing America'st .
.' t( the Negro even though his C750 NW ISth AVKNUB Harold Jolllwtt, 11Wger = 354 N.W. 43RD STREET a
:, ,in the admission of Red sons and fathers ,and brothersare
China to the United Nations. among the fighting men in Ii 2 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS home.Cutest kitchen youH
II Senator Dodd's contention Viet Nam. Stick to your civil = ever did see. FHA total $11,800. $300 cash, M
{ in essence was that Dr. King rights knitting or we may findit $73.75 month. No closing costs.
is "meddling" in foreign affairs necessary to take back some =
and that he has made of the crumbs of freedom we Homes For?Sal
}j with an have allowed to spill from our ; *; N OPEN SUNDAY 2-6 P.M. II
"intemperate alignment white tablecloths." 'ri '. ':" ; t'; <,: '< < =
the forces of appeasement." ,* .. < : &., ':; 1, 335 N.W. 43RD STREET
Did the Scant say this? 2HI I I N.W. mTSTREETLovely
r i; In the minds of several] .
; prominent Negro Americans No. But he remarked fat- 3 bedroom, 2 bath, enclosed garage, extra large
ously that he had cooperatedwith CBS,2 bedroom, plus Fla room,air. cond., stove
4, withwhmlhavespokensoomeof 111 living area. If( you to entertain, this is it.
[ Dr. King and the civil refrigerator, all for $9,700. No closing costs. $300 't
whom do not agr e with the FHA value $12.000.$300 cash. No closing costs g
SCLC leader the implications rights movement in the past down. $60.28 monthly This is a real bargain. Be firstl! i
but he could not help but feel
IF, itself of Senator i ntemperate-adds Dodd's statement-up tone < he would have less respect for 1883 N.W. 83RD TERRACECBS OPEN SUNDAY 2-6 P.M. B

conclusion. These wish prominent Dr.Damn King in His the future.respect. Watt 3 bedroom, fenced, 75x100 lot, FHA, $11,000.No = 1146 N.W. 46TH STREET :I Ii
Americans do not tc friends like Dodd, the civil total month
closing costs. $350 downpayment. $75
be qouted, so I will say it for CBS, detached garage, solar. Excellent location. =
rights movement needs no ene pays everything' Don't miss this outstanding buyl! '.
for them-because I happen to
Being sold for FHA valuation. Only $250 down.

agree.The Senator's pronouncement mies.There was, however, one <1140 N.W. 88TH STREETCBS I Low, low taxes. =

so far as I am concerned: enemy who agreed with Dodd's 3 bedroom, carport, tile roof, oak floors, sprinkler I I .
means "Niggers .stay in your point of,view His name-Sen* = ALSO DRIVE BY 339 N.W. 39TH STREETCBS =
place!" ator Strom Thurmand, the South system, many, many extras FHA $12,500. Seller I

So long as Martin King Carolina RcpublicraU pays costs. $400 down payment. $71.92 month See .- $200 down, FHAonly $10,000 total, dining ::
stays in his pulpit and sticksto It amazing that with the right nowl! .groom, fire place, nice and clean. .
embers barely dead in San
civil rights, some of the Francisco, so few white Americans 1820 N.W. MTH STREET =
members of the white power r WE HAVE MANY, MANY OTHERS. FHA AND
realize that they must II
structure regard him benignlyas
safe. The minute he stepsin be doing something wrong. Deluxe 2 bedroom, huge Fla room, carport, no quali I i j BANKTERMS.HOUSESDUPLEXES AND UNITS III

the arena of world power fying. $90 month, $13,000 total. Low, low down pay I J =
politics, he must be damned .ment. Move in today.PIMM. I WE ARE OPEN ALL DAY SAT. & SUN. BI2nl
because this is the business o!t .
.. .
business the American, by the white way, of man which- 1\t' (tie', ,' AMA ;
said white man has made one 10 ; l J-1
stinking mess. /
I can't help wondering howit J l' t 75M441
sounds to the brown men of ). ..
India and Pakistan, to the '" A. (Broker l) 811 NW; 54 Si -
black men of Africa, to the '-, ... t '" <.,' .,, .?\-":

yellow please men- to of that China three-fourthsof if you ..rdAris_"" "EN-.SATIIBDA&.,..,mw. .w,...n.. Y 'M" '''_ _,

the world whose skin is
touched with color to hear
Senator Whitey admonishing a
black Nobel Peace awardee to
I stay on his reservation of civil

rights.Though he artfully seeks to i i

disguise it in the Senator's
] Nll1Ji ii '
dorMering statement 'is not,t iLLL' I

II I 6483 TAFT ST. PALM SPRINGS MILE 5757 N.W. 27th AVE.PERRINE 9843 Bird Rd.
I W. >1375 W. 49th St. SHOP..NG. CENTER
Hollywood 03B1 Hla'eah' fla. MIAMI, FLA. Perrine, Fla Miami J, FI a.

121.1761 635-0736 635-O73 238.2901 226-5631



Smiling! Eddie Lee Pitt-
man, popular local businessman
la the new owner .

1772 c'NW the.79th He Diyp-Inn Invite St PhOnEB919431. Bar all 10 PC. BEDROOM SUITE!

his old friends to come .i
and meet new friends. i
Everyone W1l1CQ Ue. Inclt E
Y Y i

_. "wwMY'tl'W'LVM+r ,,, !
CALLKttvla { ?

FOK ;p&Mm.



I, '

I II I .. .. '
i ; /. F v. j Ufa"
.. q ..-w..Mn.w..MM I MIA i





liX. 3U