The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 8, 1965
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Volume 43, No. 6 MIAMI, ,FLORIDA, FRIDAY 0 1965 4; (J 16 PAGES ) "

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: Miami i Hera d t fC1a Ing Scot I

Kelly Sap lag i t

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jnore sober heads figured the
Mayor Robert King High
mayor must have some kind of
has flatly denied damaging
explanation for the rash statements -
statements against Mrs. Atha- SA
that could ,cost him so ::1
lie Range's City Commission }
campaign attributed to him ina many Negro votes.

Miami Herald story on Sun- The mayor was invited toa F t'I ,
i' day.The meeting with the Range Com- ,I
article by staff writer pal gn coordinators on Monday ;
\. : Dick Knight said that High night at which time he denied ..
f had given three reasons why making the statements. High
). he had decided not support was disappointed to learn that

r'.... PtS S- Range. his, supporters would believe
: (1) He doesn't feel she's him-guilty of such actions.
the best qualified candidatein The mayor's office releaseda
sc the race. (2) He has no desire letter to Mrs. Range on Tuesday =-
s 1
'f'fI to involve himself in a gretting the damage that
I fight for leadership of Miami's had been done her campaignby

Negro community, and (3) He the Herald story.
-- -- --- -- has no reason to support a As for the fight for leader-

FAMU CONTESTANTSThese Myers defeated Miss Sandra dra Graham from Fort Myers, candidate tied so cbsely to ship in the Negro community 1
t, lovely young co-eds Cooper of Tallahassee for the Miss Celestine Nealy from Scott Kelly nobody knew anything aboutit. **/
were contestants in the elec- :ovet title of "Miss FAMU". Quincy, Miss Jacqueline Nick- The Herald had earlier said Mrs.. Range is such a popular v v
tion of "Miss FAMU" and her Other constetants competingin son, Tampa, Miss Shirley Pooler that Mrs. Range was support- ,candidate that the en- '
attendants for the 196566 the running for either "Miss St. Augustine and Miss De- ing Kelly for governor, but MAYOR ROBERT K. HIGH tire community is behind the
school year. Miss Albertht" Junior Attendant or Miss Sophomore lores Walker of Miami. Thursday's tip 0 ff column Denies Charges drive to assure her election.
*" '..i Brown (front. row) left of Ft. Attendant" were San- squelched that rumor when There are seven candidates'
Kelly himself called the Herald Negro Miamians who had in the Group four race for Mrs.

to say that he had asked strongly supported High dUr- Alice Wainwright's seat, but
STATE POLICE ACADEMY TO but had not been promisedMrs. ing his eight years in public the race will ,be decided be-
e Range's support in the office were incensed over the tween Attorney Irwin Christie
1966 gubernatorial race. Herald article on Sunday. But and Mrs. Range


)'. Getting rid of racially se- to the classes of the academy. Sixty-seven i Florida' IS ADAM :POWELL RFAIIY ,RESIGNINGr :; .-
grated classes at the Florida Winter Park's mayor filed a sheriffs comprise the assoclation. -
.A i .&*#.- > ., *&** .. -' 1b R2Y'S&$
,Law Enforcement Academy in complaint. with the, Sheriffs' On Feb. 9, 1964 It ** < .w .
3Tallahassee "was recommended Association i when 'the 23yearold opened the academy to provide FROMC ABYSSINIA BAPTIST; CHURCH? c)

Friday by the board od directors rookie policeman was re- enforcement instruction
j of the Florida Sheriffs' jected. on everything from viceto ._. __ __ '._ .... .: ..... __, '. ; '_" ._ ..__ > ::...J I.

Association.In Sheriff Flanders Thompsonof riot control. Rep. Adam Clayton Powell I Ifl
January the recommen- Lee County, Board of Directors Two coordinating staff has resigned as pastor of Har ,
dation will go to the full association chairman, said last members for the academy are lem's Abyssinian Baptist
which meets in St. month that it was likely the provided by the Sheriffs' Bureau Church or is this just so much .
Augustine. board would make such a re- a state agency, but most talk. ,
Operated by the private, commendation. "These men of the staff and instructorsare Powell announced his resignation lFYb
non-profit association, classes work together," he said I unpaid volunteers. during services last
at the academy are restricted "There is no reason why they Sunday: night, a spokesmansaid
to white police. In St. should not go to school to- Those eligible to attend after an ,argument with
Augustine, classes forNegroesare gether." must be duly constituted law several church members over

held separately.The In a closed session Friday, enforcement officers, em- the firing of his assistant pas- 4)
action came as result the 16-member board met and ployed on a full-time basis by tor, the Rev. Wyatt Walker. ,
of a complaint by Winter Park issued a two paragraph news the city, county, state or federal Differences between Walker .S
Policeman Theodore A. Hood release announcing their ac- law enforcement agen and Powell over a planned
that he was'denied admission tion. cies. visit to Harlem this summer by
4 '
Dr. Martin Luther King erupted

Son of Miamian is Deputy Assistant into a public is said disagreement.Powell I to have.

sought to bar King from Harlem -

but Walker, in his protest
of at one time described
King leader.as the leading civil rights
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Alfred L. Edwards, ,. "Adam attributed this as WYATT TEE WALKER ADAM CLAYTON POWELL
Deputy Assistant Secretary of 'J .:; disloyalty and let him go."
: i to a "series of turbulentevents. "You know that people in
Agriculture, recently represented "But some of the church memo "
4 I Secretary Freeman al\ LET'S MAKE .THel bers protested," the aide said. Spokesman for Powell public life like myself and
however, denied this
; the first exhibit for the promotion x ".1> Powell who has been pas- Dr. Powell, have their dis-
l of U. S. seed exports held MIAMI CHAPTER .OF)I =% tor for 28 year of one of the On the Sunday Powell an- agreements. want to reiteratethat
nounced his impending retire-
Dr. Martin Luther
in the Far East. ; largest Negro congregationsin
!." Dr. Edwards delivered an r ( the United States-12,000 ment the Rev. Walker, upon ., is my Number One leader
the invitation of the ushers of nationally. I want to tell
address opening the U. S. seed : members-succeeded his father, you
exhibit and seminar at the U. the late Adam Powell.It the church who were celebrating that he is also Dr. Powell's
S. Trade Center in Tokyo. .JOIN TODAY.. their anniversary, was present Number One leader nationally.
is said that Powell is
and occupied the pulpit
But in New Yak and in Harlem -
is already the top .. residing under duresse, and
Japan /;SEE. APPLICATION' with Dr. Powell Rev. Walker Dr. Powell is my Number .,
world market for U.S. agricultural DR. ALFRED EDWARDS that he made the announce- reportedly told the congregation ti
C products, and is consid- (BLANK: Otfp GE'14t. ment on Sept. 26 as a climax : (Continued on back page)

ed a promising market for U.S. brother of Ebenezer Edwards, ."'..( .... ,
seeds especially forage and ''
grass seeds. The Japanese Elementary a teacher at Lily C. Evans Acquittal Proves Heed for U.S. Action I

Government has announcedthat .". :'
it expects to double its rte.Y
present quantities of high- Haynesville, Ala. (NPI) trial, and two hours of delib- to have weapons." Crocker
. grade commercial seeds for Impatient Gun Buyer Southern justice reared its eration, separated by an over- made this claim, despite the
I improving pastures.The ugly head triumphantly last night recess. The defense took fact that he said that he did
week when the all-white only 54 minutes
jury to present its not see the shooting.
exhibit is jointly sponsored Shot Headwas composed of neighbors and case. However, Joyce Bailey,
by the Department and friends returned a not guilty In going before the bar of who was .vith the two, testi-
the American Seed Trade As- verdict for specials deputy justice, Coleman was a "pop fied that neither Fr. Morrisroe
sociation at Washington, D.C. A 20-year-old( man was processed, Syman, 69, Thomas Coleman, 52, accusedof ular" defendant, given hands nor Daniels had any weaponsat
Thirteen U.S. companies had hospitalized Friday after he told Wade. first degree manslaughter in down odds to be acquitted.The the time they sought to
displays. dumped green paint on a store Police said that Wade then the death of Jonathan Daniels, trial itself was highlighted enter the store.
After his address Edwards owner who refused to sell hima leaped over the counter and 26-year-old Episcopal semi- by the astounding claim
conferredwith the Ministers of gun, and was shot in the hit Syman with a large can of narian from Keene, N. H. that the deceased and his still Another witness for the de-
Agriculture of Japan, visited head by the merchant's wife. paint.Mrs. The verdict which also freed seriously ill companion were fense, Joe Bell Cofer, Cole-
agriculture colleges and ex- Police said Willie Wade, Syman, 65,took a gun, Coleman of the added chargeof armed with weapons at the man's cousin, claimed he sawa
periment stations as well as of 1322 N.W. 5th Place, entered and holding it in both hands, assault in the wounding of tim of the shooting. "bright, shiny object which s*
cooperatives and other agri- Joe 11. Syman's buy-and- fired the shot, hitting Wade in the Rev Richard Morrisroe, Testimony of the defense resembled a knife blade in
cultural groups.Mr sell store, 720 N.W. 2nd Ave. the back of his head, but not 26, of Columbanus Roman witness Leon Crocker, a friendof Daniels' right hand, and "a
Edwards is a son of He would have to wait 24 injuring him seriously. Mrs. Church, Chicago, was returnedby Coleman, was that Fr. Mor- round object like a (pistol
Eddie Edwards of Miami and a hours while his application Syman was not charged. the jury after a two-day risroe and Daniels 'appeared barrel in the priest's hand.



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'2 THE, Ml>,AMl TIMES,; Prissy, October,$. 1965

,. All White Jury Acquits Deputy 'in Rights -.. Catholic Church Names l

Slaying; Defense Gets By With Weapons ClaimThe -

Acquittal of Tom Cole- Alabama, must convince the that justice will 'be done when Second Negro Bishop I IThe

man, charged with the killing most reluctant doubter that, American citizens are assaulted -
of Jonathan Daniels, the young under conditions prevailing bombed and murdered in reprisals -
white seminarian, in Haynes- now and for the indefinite fu- for their civil rights ac L Very Rev. Harold R. bishop. The others did not" Perry said. I
ville, Ala.,'deomstrates anew ture, punishment cannot be secured tions. If the constitution has Perry's appointment as auxili- consider ,themselves Negro. Father Perry has receive
the need for ederal action "to in the Deep South for to be, changed let us change ary bishop of New Orleans was Archbishop Hannan said, "We felicitations from Catholic and
assure that justice will be crimes committed by white per- it so that Ire Federal courts announced Saturday. The first welcome the first American-. Protestant leaders of both
done when American citizens sons against Negroes or and unbiased juries may sit in American Negro to become born Negro bishop." races. 'The only audible dissenting .
late assaulted. bombed and against whites working actively judgement wherever the states bishop of the Catholic Churchwas Father Perry served as voice was that of a
murderer in reprisals for their i I for racial justice. This cannot or will not honor the. named 90 years ago, and rector of the Divine I Word Catholic woman in New Orleans
civil rights actions," John A situation, incredible to the law.At Bishop Perry is the second. Major and Minor ,Seminary at who was excommunicated
Morsell, assistant: executive'rest of the world, has becomean the very least, a systemof The appointment was an- Bay St. Louis, Miss.," 'from from the church for her activities
director of the National As- ,intolerable burden for this Federal indemnification of nounced by Pope Paul VI and 1958 to 1964.He was In Rome in trying to prevent
nation to bear as it seeks to the victims of this violence,
in the conse- school integration.
sociation for the Advancementof the Bishop of New Orleans, and participated She said
,ensure the rule of law .in all with reimbursement to be borne
Colored People, said ThUrs- the Most Rev. Philip Herman, cration ceremonies of that the appointment is "the
day, Sept. 30. aspects of the national life. by the offending localities, and the former archbishop of named bishop freer: beginning of the end of the
The real verdict would bring a glimmering of "
The NAACP, he said, has ville was a blanket at license Haynes-to hope to those who must place New Orleans, the Most Rev. the Divine Word Order, Carlo Vatican.
drafted legislation providing John Patrick Cody, now arch- Lewis. auxiliary bishop of
kill, 'issued gratis. to every their safety on the line when-
for indemification. of victimsof Alabama ..bigot who declares ever they assert their rights as bishop of Chicago. Panama.In .
hate violence and is seeking open season on Negroes and citizens Legislation to this The Most Rev. James 1964, Father Perry, who
to have it introduced in their white friends.If effect has been developed by Augustine Healy, son of an is a member of the Divine
Congress.The the NAACP and it is hoped imnlgrant Irish planter and a Word Missionaries Order, was e
full text of Mr. Mor- bell ef in justice through that it can be successfully introduced slave girl of Georgia, was the given the post of superior of
sell's statement,follows: law and the courts Js to have in the United States first American Negro to be the Southern Province of the
The monstrous farce just any 'chance of survival, some Congress at the earliest pos- appointed to the episcopateof order, with headquarters in
played out in Haynesville,means must be'found to'assure sible time. the Roman Catholic Church. Bay St. Louis.
He served as bishop of Port- The Divine Word Seminary
JI7" 1 land, Maine, diocese from trains Negro priests. 'Father

r/ 1875 to 1900. Perry will be consecrated in
: 4 .,rtr Born in Lake Charles,La., the near future.Cmnecting .
I q. the 49-year-old Father Perry the amounce-
'.\ 'f :: ," was present at the news con ment of Father Perry's appointment -
:' :<: ference when his appointmentwas on almost the eve of
"'..' li'.rlt: amounced by the two Pope Paul's visit to New

jr: \"I'I' archbishops. "It was a sun York, Archbishop Cody said:

I. \.r/',/ ."a' ( .!!> t''; prise to me,""I learned aboutit "The appointment '. '. on FAMU GRADUATE GETS
"\t.'t, ', r.I "} ', Friday/ he said. the very virgil of his (thepope's CITY'POSTAttomey Edward
I I :' '., '; ; !/ Asked by newsmen if Father ) historic trip to the Rodgers, a 1963 graduate of
''.w.' t...,.;.. Perry was the first U. S. Negro U.N. in the interest of peace the Florida A&M University
I '" ..... ..... .'l_II % bishop ( the Roman Ca- and understanding in an event College of Law, has been ap-
i.- fr'\ tholic Church, ArchbishopsCody with particular meaning for pointed assistant county soli-
and Hannan consultedsome the entire free world." 'citor for Palm Beach County.
books, and then Father There are 164Negro priestsand native of Pittsburgh, Pa.,
Perry said: 830,000 Negro Roman Ca- Atty. Rodgers' law firm is located
at 71
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 8, 1965 3

' '' ftY&l \ "t<_ 1 Housing Authority to B. ld 900 Units -: sand

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"" 'i' 111& r j! 7f"" 1..K-" ...."" < 'lilr:" "'...ii' T ...''111...".. ,..0_v ." Martin Fine, a Miami attorney
Fort and civic leader, was re- program aimed at finding ade- lies under 'a recently passed
Lauderdale attorneys elected last Thursday to a quate housing families displaced U.S. government rent subsidy
plan a dual campaign to sixth term as chairman of the by the construction of program.
win seats in U. S. Congressand I, I IJi h YI Miami Housing Authority. new expressways,. and by urban The authority will work together I
the State of Florida Legislature 1 Henry Arrington, also a local renewal. with the Miami Boardof

next year.W. r attorney, was named to i, Construction of 900 units of,, Realtors in' selecting the
George Allen and Alcee. Ji fifth term,' as the group's vice public housing Is planned by private units, Sofge said. '
Hastings, partneru in a Brow- president.The the authority, to help in the relocation Other plans, Sofge said, include I
ard County law firm, said they two were chosen by program, according to an active role by the 3
will run as a team unless authority in cooperating with "
fellow members at a regular Sofge, authority"execu
presently favorable winds meeting of the authority at tive director. the federal Neighborhood Eco- 'F
shift before registration time
which plans for the coming The authority also will takean nomic Opportunity Program and
year were announced. active part in securing 500 other government Anti-Poverty \
Allen, who voiceh his Interest I
in the new 10th Congressional iiiir Among the group's plans is privately owned units to be programs. ,

District seat last h .. ,.. .. .
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feelings month summarized by saying the"It pair's looks I Edward Sylvester Named, to Direct Labor. ,t't"

very good. Allen is the first I
member of his race to graduate

from the University of Florida Dept's Office: of H..ICo.lrad Compliance,
Law School in 1962 __ _
Hastings has his eye, onone
of the State of Florida's Edward C. 'Sylvester Jr.. ADULT RECREATION

legislative seats from Brow-. Deputy Administrator of the BASKETBALL LEAGUEThe
ard County. Bureau of:.International Affairs

"Everything appears fav- in the U. S. Department of Adult Basketball Lea- I \(
orable so far,*' Alcee Hastingssaid Labor, has been appointed director gue will begin play as of next
'We've been getting calls of the Deoartmen. Monday, Oct.: 11. Metro park I
and letters of encouragement newly established Office of rY Y and recreation program is

and support, and numerous organizations Federal Contract Compliar,ceSperetary opne to the public. All adultsare

say they'll backus welcome to participate in v
in all election," of Labor W. Wil- our annual basketball league.
The two law partners, with lard Wlrtz, an announcing the Team captains are urged to
offices at 325 SE Sixth St., Alcee and receives contact Robert Woods and
Hastings gives best wishes for appointment said that Mr. Sylvester -
serve as legal counsels for success from W. George Allen, right as the two law would be responsiblefor Andrew Lee for further infor-
the Broward County NAACP 'mation, by calling North Dade
partners discuss their intention to seek election to the carrying out a program to
Chapter. Allen is the High School, between 3 and 6
assure nondiscrimination in f
House of Representatives in the State of Florida for
counsel for the Fort Lauder- employment practices by Government p.m. NA 11291. ,
dale Urban League Renewal Hastings and the U.S. Congress for Allen.CHARLOTTE contractors, and sub- This tournament is the first 1//
Agency.Althoughneitherhas. of the various events
contractors, including contractors sponsored il
sought engaged in Federally by North Dade Recreation -
public office before, they have assisted construction work. Department held for adults. J
campaigned actively for Demo- Trophies will be awardedto ,
cratic candidates in past elec- Mr. 'Sylvester, born, raisedand individuals and teams \,
tions."Our trained as a civil engineerin

campaign would be a F,7gY a I, Detroit, was appointed by
simple one," Allen said, 'We 1 1 rAi Secretary of Labor Arthur J.
would campaign as a team Goldberg as assis ant to assistant -
with identical Platforms em- Secretary of Labor for

phasizing jobs, equality and International Labor Affairs
peace." Alcee Hastings is a George L-P Weaver in August
graduate Florida A&M and 1961. In March1963, Secretary
lives at 728 NW 15th Way with Wirtz appointed him as Deputy
his wife, Delores. Administrator of the Bureau of

Allen, a University of Fla. International Affairs. He was i ..'r ,:o ) Jr'' (. .t: "
graduate lives at' 2f&I.' NW awarded the Labor Department

30th Ave. with his wife, Enid Meritorious Service Awards by EARL EDWARDS PROP. .
and two child en. former Secretary Goldberg in

:'it,},..., d* 1963 and by Secretary Wirtz in PHONE 1&U22 MM .... TTH AYE.

second meeting night,
after installation, I was sur-
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worthy counsellor-I would liketo '
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new worthy counsellor Edna ar
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friendship grows too. Share it enjoyed by visitors to the Islands, with her I1iiI AGENCY1NC''THE' ;

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President Johnson will undergo air operation fOr

the removal of his gall bladder today. 'Although major f.? ., A>rfA '*r4cA v-

surgery, it is not considered a dangerous one.
lions of citizens will hope for its success and So.mll'I
and Publish./
he will be back
GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor the next three or four weeks
White House. Meanwhile Vice President Hubert Hump-
t4*mb.r of tho National Nowspapon Publishers Association' phrey will serve as head of the United States govern- LI. v


Entorod a* S.cond Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post
Office at Miami Florida undor the act of March 8, 1S76 Holiness Pope Paul VI visit to America was
historic being the first time a pope has made\ : a
Offtco at 6740 15th Av.nu. Phon. OX
N.W. 10421 grand spectacle.He .
visit. The reception given him was a
"CREDO 'OF.THf NEGRO PRESS" was seen'on television and at the Yankee Stadiumby
Tho NEGRO PRESS bollovot that America can belt load thousands of appreciative citizens.At .
th. world from racial and national antagonism whon it accords wel-
he a warm
the United Nations was given
to ovory man rogardloss of roco, ctood or ,color his enthu-
received with
come and his plea for peace was
lumen and legal rights. Hating no man,' faring no\.iton-tho
..."0 Pros. strives to hip ...,, man In the firm bollof' that
.11 Men oro hu'rf'os 'long as onyo "' is h.ld back. mass was celebrated at Yankee Stadium .
when twelve children were chosen as communicants.The .- tHr

SOLVING THE NEGRO PROBLEMIf Pope at the United Nations thanked the Pre- .
sident and Secretary General and the President and
you missed Sidney J. Harris'column in Tuesday's Federal authorities and the Archbishop of the City of
Herald you missed an interesting and amusing treatiseon New York.

our so-called Negro problem. It was so good we re- Pope Paul said the world of peace is not restricted -

peat it here for you. to one religious belief.. It is the work and duty of
The only. fast way I can see to solve the Negro every human person.
problem which is the white problem of course is No more war. Let the arms fall from your ban ds.

through massive billion-dollar reeducation program. that This is what the people expect from you.This must be r :
probably ought to be called Operation Fame. obtained said the Pope.
You see, it isn't that whites object to Negroes as On Monday the Pope held a 50-minute private con- Fashionable? pre-stgled
such living next door to them at least in most of the ference with President Johnson revolved about a mu-

North. What they object ,to are obscure Negroes.- tual desire to wofk for peace. DYNEL HAIR PIECES
most everybody is willing to accept a famous Negro.

What we have to do, obviously, is to initiate a
Negro pupils to get them to concentrate on two PHIL OSSOFERThere

fields, entertainment and athletics. Junk like History, as such is doomed to disinte- Hides problem hair! Dy-
English or Math won't help them a bit in finding a is system in our universe gration.Her nel modacrylic switch, 24"
from the tiny atom to
better place to live. largest galaxies. System indi- the similarity between long or pony tail, 14"long.
For instance, a friend of mine who happens to bea cates management and crea- physica 1 and spiritual ends, Dark, medium or light
real estate management executive, was polling his tion. We call the Manager and for God, the Sun Of Reality,
send forth His brown black blonde.
will forever ,
neighborhood on the subject. They were uniformly Creator God.
against having a Negro move in. Then he said "Sup- The relationship of the in- Rays of Spirit to every will world
creation. Thus they con-
visable atom to the universe
Ernie Banks wants to next.door and
pose move one shine our souls
rela- tinue to upon
of the women exclaimed, "Oh, wouldn't that be great about us suggest another estima- even after we have left this a
tionship which,
for all the kids in the. building! We'd love it. my world. ,; Time .aviary
tion, gives us an insight on
The only problem"now is how to turn every Negro eternal life and spiritual growth The blessings of God wi! 4 ,'
boy and girl into an Ernie Banks a Lena Home, a Har. which I believe goes on for eternally shine upon us ana y. J }* TIARA AND
ry Belafonte, a Jimmy Brown a Willy Mays, an Ella each of us. We see how the help us to grow in spirit providing of
Fitzgerald.We sun, shedding its lifegivingrays we become aware
don't want who like We upon the earth, enables Him by opening the windowsof
Negroes are just us. our hearts, and accept the BRAIDED SWITCH
'may figure that if they're just like us; they're not good physical continue.and Without natural the growth sun and to bounties of the Holy Spirit

enough to live next door. What we want is colored its rays we could not exist on, from- Him
family in which the father is 'a star baseball pitcher, earth, so it might be said that Fr. Morrisroe, now in an i\Y 79
.. the mother sings nightly at the Persian..Room of the the sun, through its rays, acts Oak Park III.) hospital was 3
Plaza, and all the children entered Harvard when they as a ere ator of physical life. unable to appear at the trial.
were 12 and are now soing confidential research for The physical however, is However, his statement, introduced each
but outward symbol of the into record'of court re-
the Atomic Energy Commission 4 an
inward spiritual life which the ported that n.ither'of the two 22" long braided switch
This may not be a lot to expect, if the Negroesare he had .
true creator the Sun of Reality -. were armed that a a$ and tiara braid high

willing to shoulder their responsibilities, assume dime in his hand with which to!
their in and take f bestows upon us. So we 3H' chignon for top or back ofF
rightful place society; advantage o buy a soft drink.
that just the .c
can see as sun color choice.
head. Wide
all the new opportunities we have showered upon them. brings life on earth by shed- Earlier Alabama Atty. Gen. % .
Just let them prove themselves, that's all we ask. ding its rays upon it, God, the Richmond Flowers had petit- ,
The whole urban could eternal ioned for a postponement of
housing problem be solved Sun of Reality, brings
in practically no time if the mass of Negro children life by shedding His rays (of the trial on the grounds thai
Holy Christ Spirit) the thae priest's absence made it 04
would only concentrate on tap-dancing trumpet or upon
difficult for,the state to fairly
blowing, throwing forward passes, stealing bases, and souls of humanity.If prosecute the case. 5 A wide array of NewT

strumming a classic guitar. (And if they could manageto the physical all life sun stopped earth His petition was denied
look a little more like Lena Horne or Harry Belait shining, on and subsequently a court_order FASHIONABLEHAIR
would cease. This will happensome 2ra
L wouldn't hurt either.) day, for the earth is as was issued ousting Flowers
I "It's really not the Negroes whites and his staff from the prosecu-
we are pre- composition of elements and '
judiced 'against.' It's the unsuccessful ones. The obscure tion. ;h ORNAMENTS

ones. 'The ones who have the same problemsand
frustrations we have,' only more so. what we dislike WHY RENT ? ? ?
is failure and where find of it
can you more to
dislike than in the black ghetto? Operation Fame Your Own Home 59.Goldtoned
that's what they need.
$350 Down each


The of Georges Lemay from Dade County's pearl-trimmed bobby
escape 2 BEDROOMS 2 PORCHES, r bows rhinestone-
prison on September 21st has resulted in serious, pins, ,
LARGE LOT OAK FLOORS. ,studded combs barretteslUSE
charges against some of the prison's employers. SEE: ,

Charges include selling prisoners hacksaw blades, 1834 N.W. 88TH STREET
knives, whisky and narcotics. Another revelation was OUR FREE LAYAWAY
that taken from the the sheriff's OWNER WI 5-9886
detectives to visit their wives or girl friends at a parkor FIKRINI, HOMESTEAD, HOLLYWOOD sad win HOLLYWOOD.
beach after friends made payoffs to the officers.A .

witness said of the brass know _
none jails top
what's really going on. They are not in on the tape. Homes For SaleALL YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORE AT

Reporters are that some employees have been dis- WOOLWORTH'STHANK

charged. CBS234 BEDROOM


The State Road Department has notified 180 families DRIVE BY COMPARE
living between 12th and.14th St. and 4th Avenue ;#" 'I""III"

known as "Goodbread Alley' to start looking' for 1883 N.W. 83rd Terr . $63.30 Monthly (YOU
other homes. The calls for vacation of the
homes in 60 days. program 2111 N.W. 84th St. . . $60.28 Monthly We wish to sincerely thank each of you

The State Road Department will assist in acquiringGI 1250 N.W. 86th St. . . $63.30 Monthly whose continuous priase of my divinely inspired

loans and 'help with applicants for displaced business 1740 N.W. 88th St. . . $71.92 Monthly "HEAT TREAT" for helping it to be-
loans from the small Business Administration or
place occupants in contact with the local state or fe- '1941 N.W. 88th Terr . . $70.74 Monthly come a part of a select chain.

deral agencies which can assist them. 1820 N.W. 90th St. . . $85.00 Monthly As of August 15: 1965,1 I will' only handle -

2101 N.W. 93rd Terr . . $63.30 Monthly 500 to 1,000 "HEAT TREATS" per year.

JEWISH HOLIDAYYom r AETNA REALTY.': Again, thanks, to you for your patience and

Kippur, the Jews most sacred service of the patronage.
year marks the end of the High Holy Days. PHONE
757-5724 I an with Humility.
Yom Kippur that began at sunset on Wednesday is

day of atonement. Many places of business closed until Gratefully yours, ,
9 t the blast of the shofar marking the end of the prayer (Broke r) 811 ;NW, 54 SiOf O'Connor T. Clark, Creative Engineer
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 8, 1965 5
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UV REGISTER }HOW! :? :' optn" Util f Oct.J6th J

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Thomas Glass, son of Rev. and Mrs. Wilfred :.;' 'j r j" t-1 y ;\ Y,"'4( i .', 'n- :{

Glass is visiting in Maiinl with his parents and .

( LOOK! i LOOK: ,. I
Sgt. Thomas Glass, son of'Rev. and Mrs. Wilfred LOOKIf's

Glass is visiting Miami with his parents and friends. ', ,. ......' \ .
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Sgt. Glass is stationed at Warner Robbins Air Force : ; 1I ,4
Base in Macon, Georgia.Mr. .

and Mrs. Albert Smith have as their house- 1, Ywr MAT? 'RANGEkCK1OFF RAINY; 1Z7 f

Nassau.guests, brothers Robert, George and Frank Smith of B

+ nh'IWHEN '

Congratulations to Gwendolyn Sawyer Cherry and .. ? tJVINIS OCT. I4i} 1965 .
Calvin R. Mapp upon having attained admittance to the -- '-' u

Florida Bar. They will be sworn in on October 15. Mrs. Irene. Brown, 1306 NW !
62nd Terr., is a senior at the .
Pauline and Bill Johnson celebrated their wedd- Nannie H. Burroughs Schoolof mm? BAYFROWT PAM
Religion in Washington,
ing anniversary on Oct. 7th. .
D.C. She is sponsored by the .
Woman's Missionary Depart < AUDITORIUM/
Mr. Stanley Sweeting is vacationing in Nassau. ment of the Atlantic Coast I d
Baptist Association, Mrs. 'I. r
Sincere sympathy to the Smith and Dean familiesin 0. Pratt Wilder, president. The ., :
the loss of their loved ones.And to the Eric Knightsin association is headed by. TIME? S.OOPM ,
the loss of their infant son. Moderator L. A. Thompson.Mrs. t KK ', spa
Ka "
Brown's studies
Get well wishes to Bertha R. Lewis, Gracie T. the result of a vision of District are- i

Wyche Belcher.Dr., .Richard Harris, Estelle Mitchell and Chef selected training President to attend school Wilder.the because missionary Die was of- I x V/HOfS WWTEP. ? : YOU! :YOW ,

and Mrs. David M. Porter (Iral Davis) are the her unselfish service and willingness .? '
proud parents of a baby girl, Dawn Michelle, born on to work. She has given j t,' : ;;:; .i ,.'.-;\ ] [i S i YOU YOU! N
herself to religious works in \'o11i i,:, :;*':J l : '' jl J _
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Sept. 3 at Rantoul, Illinois. Proud grandparents are l : :.
and ger community and her local k,.... j.!.'<.':. iJ '"\<, r "\.\I
Dr. Mrs. I. P. Davis.
church the Atlantic Coast "
Baptist Association, and is ( ,. ,t ::.. ;: :'!$ L-J : ,:'. i iFot
Mrs. Hamilton Knowles Joycelyn) is all smiles now servin g nationally as corJ.J.$ 4 'I ,"f;/s sMRS. 4.., | _
since hubby is home again. responding secretary of the I YOUR f .Ww. ? ,1
Nannie Burroughs School. .I>i ,4 [ DATE,

Miss Maxine'Bethel of New York City is vacationing She is the daughter of the 8 "ThE CITY|COMMISSIONGROUP, 4. I ,
in Miami. Maxine is the houseguest of her cousin, Rev. George Bums and Mrs. ,.
Georgianna Johnson. ,Gerelean Burns of this city I SHEpBEDS. YOUR rSU: POR!' ;F Yc3 CAN -i
She is a writer, poet, speaker, j| re. 5 i* j *??>?*
and the mother of five lovely HEM .HER TO kN.: : IS ELECXIONH!
Have your purchased your 1966 Girl Scout Calendar children; an active member of ;, ., ., ,
? If not,contact any Junior, Cadette or Senior Scout New Bethel Baptist Church, Fi'-!,ih""""tt'<" ,\; "1 .cOI:, 'f.h' ,'" :;;;;'f. .t>.:.itY'
Scout.Price 35$. the Rev. Ernest Williams "' k '- .w; ; yWPa' = }'try1A '
,where she .1 f*I'.,"r;'O" ",O"'U' '" JIN ..
pastor serves as <'4' :
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DATE LINES: Sunday School superintendentand e" t..,....<<, ".. ', <" ",;' ...""
youth director. II t, 'T'ElSOreE': '
: HERj'
October 10-16 Nat'l School Lunch Week While in Washington this j'' F. .
summer, she wrote and dedicated J Jk ::1
October 11-19 Succoth
October 12 -- Columbus Day the a institution.poem to the The presidentof poem GRAND,: ;.SENDOFF, .

appe ars in the OctoberDecember i' i I I:*.*'' I'j:. /" .. ****- --.,
The U.S. Army Field Band, one ,of the nation's 1965 number of "The, j i .,'- Ir iv ,t.i f ? A 7 'l r"-r h A: J
most famous musical organizations, will give free Worker," a quarterly magazine JI b X1O w-ccJ!_X..xaI
concert at 7:30 p.m. Oct. '8 in Bayfront Bandshell. used by most missionary socle- _
Sponsored by the City of Miami, the concert is one of ties of churches affilaited with
the National Conven- '
a series the army's top band is making while on a
tion of America, Inc., all over
Southeastern goodwill tour. the U. S. To kill a PEST. Call the BEST!
Mrs. Brown d eems her success ) .. t, .
The Edwin Scavellas have houseguests Mr. ,
as as a blessing from the .
and Mrs. Mannie Soweillan of Nassau. Lord. She wishes to express : > ::' '
her gratitude to President {: 21.t
Mrs. Miler H. Dunbar (Eleanor Knowles) of ROX- Wilder and all th officers and NATIONAL
bury, Mass was in the city to attend the funeral of her members of the Atlantic Coast.

mother, Mrs. Alma R. Knowles. + 8I

Archie Lowe, Maitre de of the Mayfair Hotel in :
Nassau is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Asquith McDonald. BE A NURSE'S AIDE ,
: MCvwMaxjfXvi-" '**4M r--4ttt.4"wd*---*giu fl '*-**'ituiu *-f-Xe -"'
mE IDEAL SCHOOL FOR1TRAIWHG ri.'l' ,; i:. .* :: : ,77"r--: <<' ,
fa JSifr&&l&S'tWH&'fyltfA'fA'T***YWWfM4il**' *
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Osborne Poitier of Bridgeport, Connecticut is va- NURSES'AIDES 44 SBETf i 'l ,:!:i: J;,

cationing in Miami. 2380 Wo.t Flogl.r Str.4 THREE A .

Coll for information and for;
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Eve Sr. of New York are visit- b ro c h u'n' 444-4437 .r
ing relatives and friends in Miami and Nassau. 443-9741 1. PEST CONTROL The lowest prices in town with

Morning Cla..... & the finest quality and fastest
MRS members are looking forward: to getting to- ; 9 a.", to 12 p.m. service.
gether on Saturday with "Bee" Richcrdsonas hostess.Mrs. Evening Classed I I II I
7 to 10p.m.

Basil Sands (Elaine) of Nassau is in town REGISTER NOW FOR NEW 2. TERMITE CONTROL Free inspection! Get rid of
for a'few days. CLASSES termites foreverl!

October wishes to Susie Davis ;
Happy Birthday ,
: 3. LAWN SERVICE Chinch bug and hate
Thed Christian, Marion Hadley, Marilyn Connie Wilson ., army worms

Effie Russell, Gayle Sweeting, ,Alice Harrison, .. .," '., ,.'- :' usl! Let National keep your lawn
.,.,. Y":, .,,
Alzada Knowles, Elizabeth Jones, Garth Jr. and Janie / "' ": beautiful!
Reeves, Gewn and Collie Faison, Cynthia Bethel, in v' .
Michael Owens and Corliss Hillman. ; "
t ".. t'{ j{ ONE CALL DOES IT All!
Kenneth Taylor and Joyce Daniels left for New f4' ;;.,
York and Chicago Monday on their honeymoon. -r : ,'" r.. <, f i'ft

Mr. and Mrs. Wellington Symonette of Bimini, Ba- "; It PHONE 6349744ASK

hamas, arrived on Sunday with daughter, Juliette, who ,. ..

was taken to the Variety Children's Hospital for a me- FEATURING THE NEW / fORJPEEOy OR :;;:i' s r
dical check up. Mr. Symonette is a customs officer at TARVIE: ::
Bimini. ,;
Unclaimed Pants for Sal. \\ r'
Just a little smile on your lips:

Cheats your heart, ;
Keeps you in good humor REMODELINGFAST "
Preserves peace in your soul, SERVICE r ,
Promotes your health :
Beautifies vour face 717' NW 62 StPIJB3901 r' ;
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Induces kindly thought
Inspires kindly deeds."IIII""IIIIII"I"I"'I. k i: _r_ ..,;..t... .. -II ---d': ,_ "' '

I / ( I Jon (Speedy) Singleton Torylo YowgKn, )r. ;
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'.: ..- .,- .4D".4.t. A call while you wolf ;

. Y.ln, ,.:-'i,-1i'. .e';r: ., ..t.ln iP.'f., w >" ..; r "Anytime" NATIONAL EXTERMINATORS, INC. ..tSgt \:'

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THE MIAMI TIMES, 'Friday- October 8,_1965f 7
.Ht+U's ,Apache Lounge-frank DuBoise,and, his Chicken '
Scratchers' are at the 500 Club on 36th Street, just III and Around the Bahamas

off 27th Ave.-These are the last two days .you can

hear and see the Dave Akins Trio at My Cousin's Place The Council-, of Service Norman Archer, principal of
as they open at the Doral Beach Sunday. Good luck Clubs for the Bahamas has Cooper's Town, Abaco, was,
fellows. Fish Ray and his Boys have, the customers at formed a Hurricane Relief Fund badly treated and run of town
Committee with the purpose of by some of the parents of the
My Counsin' Place, doing the Limbo. The James Clubas
raising $700,000 to relieve dis- settlement, and was forced to
the best entertainmentto '
usual,still lead .bringing
tress caused by Hurricane seek security at Marsh Harbor,
rt its customers. .Don't let the fact that the are I
cops Betsy in the Out Islands. The Mr. Archer had served the
r fjO roaming around the clubs. They have orders to be in all_ council members' include two school for 14 years and the
r BY DAVE BONDUi I of the places since,the Grand Jury has put, the heat on branches of the 'Rotary and Ministry of Education has high
the city and county cops '.1 hear tell that Budweiser Kiwanis Clubs', the junior and regards for him as a teacher.A .

( Lyndon B. Johnson,our President of these United Beer Company has hired a Negro girl to work in their senior Chambers of Commerce, policeman was dispatchedfrom

States, is opening the doors of the U. S. wide for the office, and for that I say, to,you. ."drink more Bud". 'the' Lions Club, the Canadian Nassau to investigate the
c Cuban people in Havana and other parts of Cuba. Wet Clyde Killers is still 'running around like a chicken Men's Club, ,the American trouble. Some of the people
I claim that better ,
Men's and Women's Club the they want a
need more Cubans, like we need another hole in the with his head cut off, looking for bigger and better- Council of Women in the'Baha-'school for their children. The I
head. It is true that President entertainment for his fabulous Masquerade Ball and
t Johnson has done more mas and the Imperial Order school has be en closed temporarily -
, for,the Negro than any other President in our history, Fashion Show that-will star the Hurricane Boys. Phew! Daughters of the:Empire d'Albenas, Ministerfor
t except President Kennedy, but there"is yet more to bet Till next week, live life and Vote for Athalie Range, The Public (is responding,, Out Island'Affairs, called
done to get the Negroes above second class citizen- PEACE! gemerously to the fund, but it the' action "unforgiveable."
, ship. I know that there are a lot of Cubans who do not is going to take a large sum of
want to leave their homes, families and businesses money and time to undo' what Arthur Lunn. '73, tailor of
\; to "'"" ..dSmiling Hurricane Betsy has done. Marlborough Street, was hon
come to America, and I feel sorry 'for those people
ed by parishioners of St. Mary's
: who lose,everything for a principle and a way of life,
Church the
on Sept. IS at
C but there is still the American who will be affected by Red Bay, Andros, whichwas schoolroom of the church. Mr.
this influx. I feel that the .' ..' reported to have only two,
r American should have thee houses left after the hurricane, Lunn,',who retired from active
preference in jobs, etc., and that the refugees should was found later not to have service earlier this year, has
( "spread around" the country to keep from working a C any losses. Spanish Wells, been People's Warden at St.
hardship on one or two cities, and their inhabitants. Mary's since 1929 and was
however, was reduced by 50
C These people must live, work and maintain them- feet. The waves washed away cantor for many years.Father .
I selves, but charity begins at home. all the beaches of the 12-mile William Thompson,
who served St. for
at 'Mary's
This statement is not only in defense of the Negro long island, after a 12-hour two years was also honored.He .

j; but the Caucasians and Jews, as well. They, too, lashing by Betsy. has been transferred to

t can suffer-even more than the Negro in this situation, The office and bottle sec- Anglican Churches at the Ber

i because most of them do hold better positions and y s Cr tion of the Sunshine Bottling ry Islands, Ragged gland.
r higher paying jobs that they will find themselves los- Co.,'on Market Street was bad-_Rum Cay and San Salvador.

ing, mainly because someone can do the same job- Eddie Lee Pitt. damaged on the night of Sept.
n cheaper. If 5,000 Cubans, per month, are poured into man, popular local businessman 13 by fire. The large machinewas sUm: .
e Miami, you can bet your bottom dollar a lot of folk, of I is the new own- damaged beyond repair '
all nationalities will be on the outside looking in, and er c' the' Dive-Inn Bar and most of the files and part '" ;t iWVRFRI. : : ,i
1772 NW' 79th St. Phone .
the Cuban people who will work longer hours at cheaper Wl-9431. He invite all of the firm warehouse bottles destroyed.The CocaColaand j.ij" >''ft--> .,:>, ... ,'"V,4..I<
will be the inside I don't his old friends to ; : ; n
pay, on looking out. expect come other soft drinks. .1J1... 'I1V'l6Ct:4 q
you to believe this,but I heard two Cubans stand- und meet new friends. : :
ing on Flagler Street, and one sez to the other, 'This Everyone welcome 'indf

would be a nice country if there were not so many Arne -. -. .
cans." Need I say more? There is some good in every* '''' > <." > 'yr' ';,' !.:- iI!.,' '
and well bad but let's look for ," ,; '-SUN. ,' -: ,1 ( .
group, as out our own, ; -SAT. :, "u, :Ii l.
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Bye Bye Goodbread Alley! Only we are saying ,. +
bye bye 20 or 30 years too late. Just think of the way THE t
people could have lived if someone had cared a long ;
Mico Blanco 1 Vl.
time ago. Poor Reggin had to live cramped up, so TRIO'Mtam
winner in Clyde Killen's An. i'a'Q DAVE AKINS
close together that there was hardly enough air to nual Masquerade Ball and ""'? ...I
breathe, and the little air they did get was foul. Just Show, is already signed up as 1 DON'T MISS THE BIG '; ,r. "
think of how much crime might have been prevented if an entrant in this year's extravaganza \ FAREWELL BLOW-OUT j : ;_ I
places like Goodbread Alley had not existed. As the \\5 SAT. NITE ".. ,J
man.said, in the next 4$ to.60 days,' Goodbread Alley Y -
willbe, just,a "b1em ry. Good! The popular Killens will ." .
*************** present his Sixth Annual affair 2': ; t MY COUSIN'S PLACE
Saturday, Oct. 30 in the I .
For those of you who can vote in our coming city Fiesta Room of the Mary I "'J\'ft'\O.' LOUNGE, AND NITECLUB
election come November, and who are interested in Elizabeth Hotel, 642 N.W.
having someone to represent us had better get the lead 2nd Ave. I I !O fOUR 207 NW 36 ,ST & 2 Avc

out .and move for Athalie Range.Y'all don't know what

you'll be missing, if she does not get in. One more r

thing about that is that you won't have to worry about -
her buying a Cadillac if she is elected-she already

F has six of them. You see, I know how you think, don't MIAMI TIMES I ,

C I? The next thing I can tell you about Mrs. Range is .1 1t I "I
1 that she .ain't (I am using the word ain't) no "head M'R JAMES
d scratcher" and she ain't gonna do no buck dance. ADS *
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it And I know you understand every word I'm saying. I ( CORNER N.W. MTH STREET2ND AVENUE

- try to get you to wake up and stop thinking small. If PRESENTS
ever you needed to help yourselves, now is the timeto BRINGRESULTS I

get that help by getting Athalie Range in that City ..........,,,..... '
Commissioner's" seat. "Set the Range of your goal on I REAL GREAT ONE !
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er WEEK: Paul Moore (EOPI '

j( Counselor)

pier '

WEEK:. Joanne Houston .w
th (Potter's Wheel of Nassau) REDUCELose
and Marvis Bryant (Miami up to 6 pounds

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to let you know that I am back in the land of Pigeon I '' \\\
Peas ,& rice, mit conch salad and boiled fish-for this Don't Miss The # ,

weekend. I had promised Joanne Houston, the proprietor BLS
of the world's famous "Potter's Wheel," and her MISS 1 "' .\

general manager, Ingar Solomon, that I would return
soon and pick up some of their fine creative ceramic DECATHLONBALL
pieces, and at the same time have them take me out for 1\\\
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steak,and champagne. .
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been made the director of the new Liberty City Equal FRIDAY, OCT. 22 MAN,STEYE, M. '01\\\9
Opportunfty Program Office, located at 6720 N.W. 18th ,
Avenue. Messrs. Pierce, Sands and Houston are with BAYFRONT PARK .
him at'this office. If you need a job, or know of any- AUDITORIUMTickets 1"UO t "r;. :

one who does, contact anyone of the EOPI Offices Iy i" ., y I

They can help you-Newest singing discovery, Jeff on sale by Y..sday'w 'Aawtwr Nlte'Tia".r.t; :,.' LodiN4 l HI ft. ,: ;:
the market. He
Adams, should have a hit record on contestants B. rboJi.l Your Lost dr M.C.. :",,::
Bird Club in Nas-
Yellow ,
opens at Peanuts Taylor's : ;
for week(I'm going over for
sau, Friday, October 8 one 4
his opening), and upon his return, he'll appear at Sy



! 8 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday October 8, 1965Opa


I Opa-locka VFW Post 5693)i Sunday, Oct. 24 DRESSED WOMEN 'HUE NOTE JA r:

wish to thank all friends and Post meeting. Installation of The Episcopal Churchwomen
patrons who so cheerfullt helped new members. Men wishing to : of the Transfiguration, ofOpalocka <>
to make the Building Fund be recruited may call Commander is sponsoring Elegance '62ii: N.W."'rrmlyiiEAnothtr .. "it'fJw
nonce a success." We especially -, Ed. Brown at ,MU 1-1890 de'heure and presenting 1 rendilsst o t".7awity': :(,
l l
thank the DAV's and the i any evening.
Dade County's Ten Best Dressed -
many VFW Posts in this dis. Saturday evening, Oct. 30 1965-66 at the F. O. P. 'vy ;"4" Nic.glace, :for$t'e. Psop1e'S

trict. We also thank the, FOP bin Halloween party at the hall, 15100 NW 27th Ave. on I week of fun and frolic at the "Note." Enloyed-
management, the Maxie New home of members Jimmie and Oct. 29, 9 p.m. Tickest $2.00. all, of the old friends and welcomed many new
bold Orchestra and Frank Legree. Hortense Lucas. This Building The time is drawing nigh, seeing Jacqueline (Jackie) and Alma. ones
nln meeting you
We are assured that all Fund party will feature: Comeas please send your names in to real Two of the "Sheiks '. from Billy Miranda'iBand
had a lovely time and regret you are, come masked, come day. 'Deadline Oct. 15. Nomi- again visited soon.with us Wednesday evening. One of the "Soul.
that the'woe, wee hours caught costumed. The best of music npes( are : Portia Bannister,
Hotel the
from the Shelbourne on Beach
us,unprepared to end this nightof barbecue ribs as only membet Alice Harrison, Louise Brad- matters" spent sometime
joy and merriment. Theo Chipman prepares them ley, Joycelyn Knowles, Janie and some "Bread" with us Thursday.
and fun galore as Oliver May- Reeves, Corine Anton and Benny Bailey, head man of the band at Harlem Gardsni
\ cock promotes our affairs. In- Juanita Thompson. Get Your dropped In to say "hello" Sunday afternoon. He tried some of
OCTOBER EVENTS vites'will be in the mail soon, names in to day. You do have our famous ribs. Sold they were the best he had ever eaten.
;,Sunday, Oct. 10 Post meet- regardless; plan your Hallo one. 'Call 'or write Episcopal Everybody Is talking about our B-B-Q. Have you tried them
ing. 'Membership drive' on lot ween party with VFW Saturday, Churchwomen,Transfiguration, yet? You can eat them here or take them home.If .
1965-1966 new members evening, Oct 30. 681-3393 or 685-2001. Chair- you are a lover of fine wines, we carry a selection
man is Mrs. Elisha S. Clarke, which Includes Harvey's, Bristol, Llebframllch, Chianti,
Jr., 15260 NW 19th Ave. or Falk Ramon Balboa, champagne, Taylors and many others. All of
THE BELLS OF ALPHAPI BYKOTA BENEVOLENTCLUB 1984 NW 153rd St. The presi- Judge wines are served chilled or "on the rocks." '

CHI CELEBRATES SIXTH, dent is Mrs. James K. C. Wish I had the space to soy "hello"' to everyone. Will do
ANNIVERSARYThe Smith. I Seeks Reelection| sooner or later. Al and Floyd came In for a cold "sudi" anda
The bells of Alpha Pi Chi friendly game of pool. Joe Palmer Is still top man on the
pealed out on Sept. 11 as Alpha Bykota BenevolentClub Judge Jack A. Falk formally bowling machine. Where are you, Tootle? We miss your good
Gamma chapter returned to will celebrate its Sixth announced today that he bowling. Welcome home, Gene. We missed you this summer
full activity. The initial Fall Anniversary Sunday, Oct. '17, ATTENTION ELKSBy would be a candidate for a A special "hi" to Joyce (The Queen of Nassau) and her
meeting was held at the home at Range Funeral Chapel, the order of the Or ane Circuit Court post in next husband. So nice of you to brlmg Sergeant Times of the Nassau
of Soror Gloria Cash. At this 5727 N.W. 17th Ave. Time 4 Lodge and Temple, Sunday, May's election. Police in to meet us Monday night. The Sergeant and the
meeting Sorors riscussed the p.m. Our guest speaker for the Oct. 10 has been proclaimed: Falk, a 1950 magna cum Nassau Police Band entertained at the Miami Beach Kennel
"Five Year Study rogram"and occasion will be Mrs. I. C. "Memorial Day and Sacred laude graduate of the Univer Club earlier in the evening. Thanks for your invitation, Ser
welfare project. Having Mickins. Refreshments will be Session." All Lodges and sity of Miami School of Law, geant. Hope to visit you soon.
reviewed the years plans toward served immediately following Temples of South Florida are has served as chairman of a Foots (the Dap Daddy), Bill (The Chef), our lovely barmaids -
which all pledged their the program by the club requested to meet at the home Florida Bar Grievance Com- Rusty, Betty and Iva, loin me In a special "hello" to
loyal support, a delicious re- The public is cordially invited of Atlas Lodge and Temple mittee: on the board of direc- Scotty, Stack, Horace, George, Sparky, Harris, LeRoy, Charles
pass was served by members to attend. 326 NW 16th Terr. at 3 p.m. tors of the Dade County Bar Ruby and Junioy, Johnny .Junior A. and Slim, Eloise, Rose,
of the executive boards. Mrs. '0. Snype, President. properly regaled. 'Service will Association and was appointedby Pauline and all of our friends. So sorry, Evelyn and James,

___ Oct. 15. be held at Temple Baptist former Governor LeRoy not to make the scene of your wedding reception Saturday. Too
Soror Portia Bannister'shome Church, 3rd Ave. and 17th St. Collins as a Workman's Com- busy to get away. Our but wishes to both of you for a long
was the Breathtakingscene THANK YOUI Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor. pensation Commissioner for iHe of marital bliss. Where It happens you can see It happen.
of our second meeting. Dade County in 1958. The "Note" Is where the action Is. Look for me next week in
Highlighting the evening was wish to thank my many Friends and relatives of In 1960, he was named by the "Times." I'll look for you this week In the "Note.-
the exquisite buffet dinner friends, neighbors and sisters our departed Brothers and Collins to the Criminal Court E II nor.
served by our gracious hostess. and brothers of Temple Bap-Daughters are asked to attend bench, and in 1962 was elected -, -- .
Sorors expressed their pleasurein tist Church and others for this meeting, The public is county wide to succeed .mUUUU.IIlalrN
the return of their organist. their lovely cards, calls, visits -invited himself. '
Soror Eloise Barret Kemp, who donations, etc., duringmy SERVICE DRUGS !
had been on an official leave illnessMay, God bless and Harold Higgs, officer of the fll .,
of abscence and Soror Veronica and keep you all. Again, day; W. O. Perry, state presi-
O'Berry, who had been ab- thanks.. dent; Nettie B. 'Smith, Grand ,B.
sent due to the illness of hei Mrs. Florence Hepburn Daughter Ruler; Hobson R. CHURCH SUNDAY : ALWAYS OUR PRICES COMPETITIVE ARE =
husband. 6520 N.W. 14th Avenue Reynolds,Grand Exalted Ruler. = S1

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; ; ,,egro SupervisorJfa: : .HomeEcoWomics ,, .

i f reMiami. R listrNovi!
Department Well : ; ''''' .:
in Hand"Modem .,: :; ;'
_. .
conveniences have' .j;" .:....- _, J ',,..
taken the drudgery out of the classes are taught in Churches ;' ; .\ The books are, open,
housework but they have not recreation centers and community .
simplified it," said Mrs. Maud schools, and there is no .: / '.1 '.''.""'.." "
Reid supervisor of home eco- trouble in getting adult stu- :. .,. 'j"'I"jJ'i

nomics classes of tho Divisionof dents to attend she said. .
Technical The 12-week course started << NOW OPEN
Vocational and ;
Adult Education for the Dade this week. Last year 9,000 reg- ..
i County public schools. She istered for the day and night .J A

was appointed to the positionin classes. Mrs. Reid expects a
August and is the only Ne- larger registration this year. m offering
gro supervising hite.person- There are 157 classes tak-
ing the courses besides thoseat
nel in Dade County.
Lindsey Hopkins. Wh I Pioneer theultimate
"If anything ,science has course are available in basic,
complicated house making. foods, advanced foods home Dies at 80
she said. "Consider all the decorations home furnishings
new fabrics on the market. A and furniture reupholstering Solomon Adiran Gaiter bet-

homemaker has to learn new the largest enrollment is inter- ter known by friends as, "Poppa

ways of caring for them. What's ested in basic sewing. Amongthe Gaiter," died Oct. 1, at his J .' <**
good for today may be outmoded MRS. MAUDE REID students are new brides home 1875 NW 63rd ST.fol 'j\'!

tomorrow. Home economics to homemakers later mothers and even grandmothers lowing a long illness. in ..
requires continuing educationWe this year. Born to the late Rev. and JAY BAKER .
try to keep up with what's ducts"There available are so many pro Mrs. Reid who has given Mrs. William Gaiter, July '30. attphases ,, tit '
new so our courses aren't just needs a 20 years of service in the 1885 of Port Nelson Rum -- .
some background infor-
stitching and stirring." mation if she is to select the Dade County School System isa Cay R-\haaias he was the
Mrs. Reid observed that the best buy" she said. graduate of Florida A&M Un- youngest brother of the five '
home has become more of a In addition to Lindsey Hopkins -versity. She taught home economics boys and four girls. He com- :>: '
consumption area thana produc' Center the classes are in Tampa and was pleted schooh at Boy Centralin y :
tion area. She plans to offer a offered at 68 different loca-home demonstration agent in Nassau.In ,
course in consumer economics tions in the County The Tallahassee before she came 1909 he came to the
------- to Miami. .. United States where he was a of "
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BELLES RETURN FROM gardener for a number of years.In i r. i'
t TO i 1912 he united in Holy Mat-
i CALIFORNIA TRIP rimony to Trithene Elizabeth
BILL TYLER pltotographyTHE
,BLACK & WHITE AND .COLOR_ Mackey. Born to them were
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Belle
eight children four boys and
motored to Sacramento, Cal. four girls of which seven are
7 'lET'TV' ) I for the 43rd biennial session now surviving.In .
Supreme Lodge Knights of April 1960 he was hit HOUSE OF
'\ I Pythias. They were accompanied by a car from which in later 1; 1
," by two of their children years he became bed ridden
379-7735 Patricia and Tony. On their and he suffered for five'years. ,PHOTOGRAPHYC

way they stopped in Dallas He leaves to mourn his
Texas to visit devoted wife whomhe
Supreme Chan- passing a \
846 N.W. 2ND AVENUETELYISIOHS cellor R. A. Hester. They also had been married to for 53 C NW 7 AYE

visited their son and daughter- years four daughters Frances ,
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Walter Gaiter Row en a Ferguson
PL ::7.7741SANDRA
Belle in Victorville Cal. Louise Gaiter and Margaret .
The other delegates from Fla. Jones; three sons, Herbert DOZIER (Sec.) -
were Maggie Cash Miami; Cedric and Leroy Sr.; 21 grandchildren
Mamie J. Strong Tallahassee; four great grandstwo
$18 Sir R. A. Driesback Port St. sisters-in-law three daughters-
Joe; Sir. R. L. Williams. Tal- in-law one son-in-law and a
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Belle visited her mother and and other relatives and friends
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10, THE MIAMI! TIMES ','Friday October. 8.. 1965' -, .

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Rev. 'H. J. Benson, pastor Rev. W. E. Sims, pastorA.
Lodge No. '308, Improved 1899 NW 64th Street
i Flossie Marshall, reporter L. Stephens, reporter Benevolent and Protective Rev P. W. WigginspastorWillie

Services were well attended Order of Elks of the Powell,reporterOn
Friends, invited
are to come throughout last Sunday, and World, Harold Hlggs, Exalted Friday at 8 p.m. the No.
/( and worship with us on Oct.
our pastor delivered two soul musical
Ruler, will observe its Lodge two choir presents a
24 at our Women's Day Ser- stirring messages for the day. 4p.m extravaganza and, invites the
of'Sorrow Sunday, Oct. 10, GREATER BETHEL USHERS
vice. Mrs. Ada Williams is
MT. TABOR BAPTISTRev. The No. 1 Usher Board will entire church and friends.
at Temple.
'P. S. Brown minister the chairman. begin celebrating its 30th anniversary Members who have been on Lest we forget, the weekof SAY THANK YOU

Dessie Crockett reporter Board Don't for act the. Steward this Friday at 8 p.m. the sick list for some timebutwere service before the third Sunday The pastor, officers and

program Sunday at 3 with a musical program. Sun- able to attend services There will be services members of the No. '3 Usher
The women of Mt.Tabor i invite p.m., A do-it-yourself projectby day at 3 p.m. Rev. W. J. Ma- rendered by the following:
M. Har- wish thank
Sisters Board to our many
I you to worship with us on Mrs.. McRae. The pastor ,is con of First Baptist Church, Sunday were, Rev R. C. Soloman, Rev W.
ris ah Johnson Muriel Wallace friends who braved through the
our Woman's Day. 'A day we asking for, all budgets to be Opa-locka will bring the anni- Sat M. Davis, Rev. A. M. Griffin,
I hope will always remember-paid this Sunday. >It is near versary sermin.We and Margaret Munnings. Rev. J. W. Stephenson and rain to help us celebrate our
Under the chairmanship of 15th Annual Tea Sunday Sept.
r d as one of the best Women's conference time. are looking forward to ,Rev. W. J. Macon, also a very
Day celebrations of Mt. Tabor. Mrs. Ruby Hogan just returned Woman's Day, Nov. 14. Sister, Mrs. Mary saunders and Mrs unique musical program is on 26.
Carrie Lee the co-chairman Anna McDonald, ably assistedby Special thanks to Mrs. Lei-
The theme "Women's Responsibilities home. She attended the the agenda that week.
the various committees and la Williams at the piano our
and ,
will sell dinners
In a Changing graduation of her daughter get group Group one and two are sel-
Society" will be well discussed -Barbara Jean Bogan from St. from the church this Saturday.You captains, the plans for Wo- ling dinners next Saturday and assistant pastor, Rev. Hicks,

by our morning speaker,,,Louis, Mo. 'She has finishedthe may call 696-7745 for man's Day are moving into solicit your support in thesn Mrs. Maedon S. Bullard, mis-
Mrs. Athalie Range The after- school of nursing. Barbara delivery. The No. 1 Usher high gear. Everyone is pushing efforts. tress of ceremonies and one

noon has been set aside for Jean, we grant you God speedin Board will serve from the homeof to make this one of the Also Men's Day will climaxi of the greatest, and when Miss

the Youth Department. 'They your nursing profession. Sister Daisy B. Phillips, greatest in the history of the on the third Sunday. May each Bernice Shorter gave the wel-

will present a Musical Tea at Because there are many aches 1441 NW 71st St., OX 1-7293 church. The men have pledged member and all auxiliaries come address, our friends

: and pains to be nursed backto for 5 elivery. toback the women all the'way. govern themselves accordingly were really ready to sit and

3:30.We will be looking forwardto health; and you will do a The Lunior Usher Board invites On Friday, Oct. 14, the women The men of Antioch have feel at home. Introduction of
you to its Line Party will sponsor a "Trip Aroundthe in speaker Mr. Francis and our
seeing you October 24. good job. 'We were glad to set aside the third Sunday ,
Saturday, Oct. 9 at the homeof World. The bus willleav'ethe Morning speaker Professor CharlesL.
There will be an after ser- Bro. Frederick back withus October for Men's Day.
the president, Sister Betty church at 8 p.m. Donationis W.M. Williams really brought a
vice program Sunday night Sunday. He has been away speaker will be Rev.
sponsored by Sister Willie working. Fisher, 1307 NW 63rd Terr., one dollar. Davis. Evening speaker, Rev. message. Everyone gained so

Bruton in behalf of the Women's The Crusaders wish to say 6961359. -- Jenkins. much from religiously, educationally

Day Drive thanks to everyone who took Let us continue in prayer BETHLEHEM BAPTIST and socially.

Bible class will be conducted part in their anniversary.The for our sick members, Sister FIRST BAPTIST Thanks again Professor Wil
Thelma Brown In Christian 1475 N.W. 58th Terrace
Friday night at 8 shut-in members are Hams Our guest soloist Mr.
p.m. Brownsville
Hattie Hospital and Sister Laura An- Rev. Oscar West pastorM. Charles Fortson really thrill
Please attend. Mrs. McCloud, Mrs, Willie Rev. W. M. Davis ,
Thorpe and Miss Carrie derson in Doctor's Hospital, T. Hopkins,reporter passor ed the audience with his songs
Donella Turner
I, KELLY'S CHAPEL Hilton. Don't forget to say hel- Coral Gables. invite you to worshipwith Also Miss Paulette Bartlette
lo to them. Many wonderful things are The wonderful readings b)
Programs at Kelly's Chapel happening at one of the Holy us each Sunday. We are Miss Mary Fernandez, Miss
during this week emphasizethe Ghost's Headquarters. On happy to have our pastor back
MT. CARMEL BAPTIST Dianne Taylor. To Mrs. Rutt
ministry of the laity and CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday morning we had a won- from his vacation. We hope Spam, Bertha Williams, Eva

worldside nature of the church. SCIENTIST 225 N.W.14th Terrace derful Sunday School lesson, that he had a happy one. Mincy, Louise Jones, St. 'Ag-

Sunday, October 10, Lay- 1600 N.W. 54th Street Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor entitled ," Our Sunday Oct. 13 is the MissionarySociety's nes Ushers Guild, Usher

' men's Day will be observed Louise McGriff, reporterLet School is growing more each anniversary. Oct. 10 Board No. -2 of Ebenezer
with the An intelligent approach to 'Those there will be a musical program
laity in charge of the Sunday. present really Methodist ChurchUsher Board

services. Mrs. Pauline Jones, religion. The spiritual divid- us pray for the pastor and enjoyed the two messages, inbehalf' of Captain No. No. 2 of Mt. 'Hermon, Op a

member of the Commission on ing line between reality and his wife as they go off on their "God is Looking ,for a Man" 8 for Men's Day. 'There will Lock. Ward Chapel, Kalian-

Membership and Evangelism, illusion will be examined at vacation, that they will have a and "Concerned But Not Con- be a pie sale sponsored by dale, St. Monica's Guild of St.

will speak during the morning all Christian Science services safe trip there and back. Don't verted" was delivered by the Captains No. 2. Peters, Gardenia Circle,Young

I worship and Charles C. Mit- Sunday. forget the No. 1 Choir's Anni- pastor. Women League of Mt. Sinai

chell, a trustee, will speak during The 'subject is: "Are Sin, versary will be the third Sun The choirs sang out of their Baptist and St. Mary's Usher

evening worship. Disease, and Death Real?" day in October. They are ask- souls. 'We were blessed with TRANSFIGURATIONFr. Board No.1.

Sunday afternoon from 3 to You and your friends are wel- ing in advance that you come four new members under Chris- EHsha S. Clarke Jr.,' Vica The Miami Times, Rev.

5 p.m. 'an International Tea come to attend services every and be with them. Also on the tian Experiences. Sunday is Youth Sunday! McCall. To all of Greater

will be held at the church. Sunday morning at 11, and fourth Surday,the No. 1 Usher You are invited to attend The following youth will par- Bethel boards and clubs, Mr.

Mrs. Irene'Straughfer, retired Wednesday evening meetingsat Board will have their anni- the Junior Choir's 7th,, Anni- ticipate in the services and Robert ,Stokes, and Gary CouI I

Dade County classroom 8. The public', is also invit- versary. They are also asking versary, Sunday, dot. '10, at activities of the Church: sin.

teacher and an active memberof ed to visit our Reading Room that you come and be with 3 p.m. at which time the crow- Church Scholl Supt., Gwenette The president and members

the United Nations, Asso- Mondays and Fridays \ to 3, them ning of Miss Bethlehem will be Simons; secretary, Sharon Taylor thank the program chairmanMrs.

ciation, will speak on the p.m. and Wednesdays 6 to 7:45 Woman's Day will be ob- held.Don't : teachers, primary, Althea 'Alice Broom, for select

United Nations. Music will be p.m. served'the fourth Sunday in forget Men's Dby on Williams; Intermediate, Alicia ing such wonderful talent; the

rendered by the Vibrettes directed November. the fourth Sunday in October. Smith; juniors, Shelia Clarke; social chairman Mrs. B. He-

by Afreda Gray and Deacon James Q. Williams, and seniors, Sheryl Lewis. At zekiah and all the members
William Clark Among other GREATER NEW MACEDONI A I I chairman. Let's remember to the Solemn Sung Mass, Richard for their hearty cooperation.

visiting soloists will be 3165 N.W. 56th Street SH LOH BAPTIST pray and visit Deacon Williams Miller Dade will 1965 be gradual the of North To Mrs. Ida Swinton come

James Da11y.Thursday. Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor Rev. A. M. Griffin, pastorC. in Jackson's Memorial Hospital Ushers: Rashio Rice and speaker.Cyril again, again we say thanks to

Oct. 14, at 8 Willie J. Beard, reporter M. Myles, reporter Room 5216. Raotiste. all.
p.m. a very enjoyable program You are always welcome to Postponed! .Choir concert-

is to be presented climaxing The president, officers and Sunday, Oct. 10, at 3 p.m. the "Going Church for the com- next Sunday until further no- Mrs. F. Washington presi-

the church Baby contest. Who members of Usher Board No. the No. 1 Choir will sponsor a ing Christ." tice. dent and Rev. 'S. A. Cousin,

will be the winning baby? Willit Two will begin observing their musical program in behalf of pastor.

be Janice Wilson, Ronda Third Anniversary, 'Thursday, their anniversary. The spiritual ZION HOPE BAPTIST
Finnie, Lawrence Williams, October 21, and will conclude Harmonizers, Utility Voices, ALLEN CHAPEL A.M.E.5th '

Linda Curry, Alesia Round- Sunday, October 24. Bro. Willie Blue, Bro. Brown Ave. Cor. 22nd Terr. Services were spiritually MT. ZION A.M.E.

tree,, Shantay S. Matthews, On Thursday night at 8, a Lee, Julis Davis Group and Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor high all day ;ast Sunday. The (OPA LOCKA)

Percival James Andrews, Annette ,.musical program will be held many other groups will be on Supt. Terrance Hill presidedover pastor preached out of his Rev. Milton Fayson pastor

Burroughs, Mechelle featuring Choirs No. One and this program looking forwardto Sunday School. soul. We had two members in Evelena Glenn, reporter
Finch or Mona Lisa Singleton Two Male Chorus and Junior
seeing you Sunday at 3 p.m. At the 11 a.m. services, thehospital, Mrs. Vivian Hicksin
? Each of these babies is
Choir of New Macedonia.On Services well attended -
Deacon Willie Roberson is Choir No. 2 will be in charge. Baptist Hospital and Mrs. were
being sponsored by a captainand Friday night at 8, Rev. president.All The pastor will deliver the Bertha Watson in Mt. Sinai. on last Sunday. The pastor

her group. Please supportthe C. H. Smith and congregation Juniors are asked to be morning The pastor is urging all mem- brought tous two powerful messages -
baby of your choice. of Jordon Grove M.B. Church present at 4:30 Saturday. message.At bers to please pray fof our that were enjoyed by
7:30 worship, Choir No.
The public is cordially invited will conclude the anniversary. sick andshutins. all.
1 will render service.
to attend all of these On Sunday afternoon at 3, We wish to say to all our Sunday afternoon Oct. 10 at
night Oct. 8, the
special programs and help Rev. W. E. Sims and congregation visitors, feel free to worship 3 p.m. The Juniors and young
ST. LUKE BAPTIST New white Rose Spiritual Sin-
make them successful. of New Hope M.B. Church gers will render a program in with us in any of our services. people department will have a
Officers for 1965-66 were will conclude the anniversary.To musical at the church.
1 Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor interest of Women's Day which program
confirmed in the First Quarterly all of these services, Claudia Cheeks, reporter will be held on the fourth Sun- FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH Everyone "is invited to come

Congerence held by the District you are welcome to attend. The first Sunday being com- day in October. out andhelp the young people.
Superintendent, Rev. Eugene Deacon Vandell Bovan is Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor
munion Sunday the service was Friends Woman's Day will be the
J. Sheppard, on last Sun are always welcome Ruby Lee Carr, reporter
i president.MT. very inspirational. The pastor The church with a wel- fourth Sunday. 'Mrs. Dorothy
' day night following his meditation spoke at both services. Cross, dhairman, along with
from Luke 22:41 culminating come and a program for the Sunday, Oct. '4, 1965 at 3
The women, under the lead- people. her co-chairman Mrs.
the observance of ZION BAPTISTMiss p.m. at Dixie Park, a round
ership of the chairman, Mrs. Thomas and all the members
trip ticket to Nassau will be
World-Wide Communion Sunday.
Annie B. Sullivan, are working have a nice plannedfor
E Abbitt program
u ph ra t e 1\ given by the of
Our pastor, Rev. W. L. Hu- toward their annula Woman'sDay away women you.
chairman and Mrs. Jeroline
bert, and the entire member. Baker, co-chairman of theWoman's which will be Oct. 24. We MARTIN MEMORIAL towards Friendship. Proceeds will go Plan now to attend all the 1
our Woman's All
ship are very appreciative for Day.
are hoping that each woman of services.
Day observance at Richmond
the inspiring service renderedat Heights of our friends are invited.
St. Luke will hear the call
Mt. Zion invite everyone to Rev. R. H. Johnson, pastorAt Come and
out try to win this
net church on Sunday evening "Go into the vineyard and
Sept. '26 by Rev. A. D. come out on Sunday morningand work" The theme of the day trip. Donation $1.00 4 to 6 GUEST SUNDAY AT ST.
evening, Oct. 17 to enjoy the close of
Ebenezer a very suc-
Hall of Methodist
i pastor the will be "The Role of Christian p.m.Come MATTHEWS
Church and congregation program. cessful year October looks to to church. Have
Women in Our your
Mrs. Mamie M. Gill Changing Society. -
an out- Our
be of our On
one faith lifted Sunday, Oct. 10 every-
The speaker for the morn-
standing civic worker in
our ing will be Mrs. Eloise Boykinof first major objective will be one is invited to attend Guest
MT. CALVARY BAPTIST community, will be the mom- Ft. Lauderdale. The even- Woman's Day. The women of McGHANEY SPEAKSIt Sunday at St. Matthews Bap-
ing speaker, and Mrs. Lillie the church ara, making tist Church
every 361 NW 17th St.
ing speaker will be Mrs. Clem-
Rev. S. Atchisop; pastor M. Doles a .teacher lathe effort make this "
reporter entine Rahmings of Richmond to one of the is a great feeling, to love A dramatic, inspiring( serviceis
Constance Carter, Dade County School system, greatest days in the history
Heights. people, not a special friend, promised at' the 11 a.m.
The No. 4 Usher Board will will be the evening speaker. our church.On .
or anyone special, but to love service. Highlighting the ser-
Saturday night, The theme is "Ow Chris- "
have a sale the 15th through the
people as they are. Oh yes, mon by Rev. Joseph Smith will
Oct. ''9 at the home of Sister tian Women of Yesterday, Today 17th of October we are looking
FOUNDER'S DAY AT there are be
some people who an act entitled, Abraham
lassie Doles 1091 NW 611t and Tomorrow forward to the final visit of don't understand, but I don't Sacrifices Isaac directed by
St. Everyone is invited to this There is still time for yoi ST. PETERSThe the Presiding Elder, Rev. F. think we should not love them. Charles McLeod,, well known

'sale'party. to become "Lamp Lighter" A. Allen for the year. Let us say for ourselves this throughout the city for his excellent -
The No. '1 Usher Board is The captains and all or- priest, officers and We are hoping that all reports -week: I live and love becauseI plays. Music will be

planning a sightseeing trip to ganizations of the church are members of St. Peter's African will be ready. We will know that God's law is working rendered by the combined

Key West, Oct. 10. Round trip working very hard to make this Orthodox Cathedral, 1725 NW close the month with our bud- within and without, and choirs for this occasion. Come

fare is $9 and the refreshments observation one that will belong 3rd Court cordially invite you get effort Oct. 31. Pray for us all around me, Read John 15: and worship with us'on the

are free. You may register withSi. remembered Publicity to attend their Founder's Day that all our efforts will be sue- 9. Sountil a later date If God's second Sunday. We
are, sure
.. Carrie Me Williams Committee. program Sunday Oct. 10, 4:30. ful. will thanks and God bless you. you will be richly blessed.



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-Miami Police Departnt -: there- St 'heck"' T -" n '" 's' < preparing for its annual fundraising
a of 11
lot: yon get a chanceto activity. They have t TYAr _
was urged this week tore they could do. We need
Chief see some of our problems," chosen this dance "A k
year'a ,
additional Negro policn e. (Walter P.) Headley down, he said. Night With The Greeks" to be
so they could put "less here." On the matter of more Negro held Friday, Oct. 15
ber and more shoe leather" Chief Headley had informed policemen :
Sgt. Smith The fabulous Elks Ball- r
gto policing the. downtown residents he was previously explained that all police can room, Ft. Lauderdale,'will be
ntral District. committed to attend the police didates were required to take the setting for this gala 'occa- _
"We need more personaliz-- convention at Miami Beach the,same examination. sion. 'Music will be renderedby
protection for this area," and would send representat "Well, just tell me how Billie Rolle and his or chew
lard sandier. a business- ives. Lt
come our boys here have to go tra.
D, of 60\ N.W. 2nd Avenue, Citizens aired a long list to New York to get a job on the Prizes will be given for the :
lid police Monday night. of complaints, centered main- police force," demanded Israel best individual and group cos-
(Policemen In'cars aren't the ly around the difficulty of finding Adderley, chairman of the
swer. Policemen walking a policeman when he was Business Association. "I know tume.Funds reali zed from this h
cats might be a better ans- needed and poor attitudes on boys who couldn't get on here event will be used to continuethe
fer." policemen's part when they and went right to work in New scholarship program and
Sandler's comment summedthe Finally arrived to answer a York. community service projects.A .
feelings of more than call. Sgt. Smith pointed tout that night ,to remember is in
residents and members of Police representatives generally some candidates who fail these the making for Friday, Oct. 15.Register .
e i Central Business Asso- said they were unableto tests may not be aware that' -- -
Ration who met with police answer these individual they can take it again. 'Just
presentatives ,at the Econo- complaints without going backto because you fail the first time Rep. John Conyers Jr. hic Opportunity Program's check records on each individual doesn't disqualify you for- t\i :', Mich.) bids farewell to his staff last February. She actedas
liner Neighborhood Center. case. ever," he said. S former secretary Miss Shirley the secretarystenographerfor
The policemen includedpt. "But let me say that we Sam Moncur, consultant director Roninson, who left last weekto the 15 congressmen who
'William O'Connell, Sgt. as interested as you are in of the Economic Opportunity 3o take up a post as a secre- went to Selma, Ala to investi-
eroy Smith and Lt. 'Thomas providing good police protection Center, offered the ser- Cf tary in the American Embassyin gate the racial crisis there and
ulin. ," Capt. O'Connell ex vices of the center's staff to ) New Delhi, India. Miss Rob- was a guest at a spring reception
Capt. 'O'Connell replied to plained. "If the public will prepare police candidates who rt inson, who is from Rep. Con- given at the White House
andler: "Your point is well alert us, we are anxious to have failed, to take the test ver's district in Detroit, joined by President Johnson. (NPI
aken, but I am not in a position help in any way." again and pass it. photo)
to make policy for the de O'Connell invited membersof A list of police candidateswho
artment." the Central Business Association failed is now being pre-
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12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 8, 1965
RANGE husband Willie; 2 sons, Willie
IN MEMORIAMSacred Reid and Willie Jefferson; 1

to the memory of Aka Earline Hood ot 1449 daughter Ernestine Bethel; 1

CARDS MEMORIALS DEATRS our departed loved one, N.W. 67th St. died Sept. 30. grandson; 1 sister; 3 Serviceswill brothersand
other relatives.
LEONORA STYLES RAINESwho Survivors are her mother, Mrs.
be held Saturday 10 a.m.
Mandy Davis; father, Arthur
entered eternal rest Oct. Mathis, Sr.;. husband Marvin; at St. Peters American Ja-:

10, 1962. 2 children, Dallas Montgomeryand tholio Church.
CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAM 'Now the labourer's task is
I' IN MEMORIAM Renee Turner; 1 .

._-_..,, -- -- o'er. Arthur Mathis, Jr.; 2 aunts Solomon Gaiter of 1875
The family of the late 1 In Memory OfKENNETH __ ____ Now the battle day is past. and other relatives and friends. 63rd st died Oct. 1. He is

j tL There upon the farther shore" Services were held Thursday, survived by his wife Eliza

Lands the voyager at last. 2 p.m. in the Range,Memorial beth; 4 daughters, Francis and
i Grant her Lord, eternal rest, Chapel. Louise Gaiter, Rowena Ferguson -

j L with the spirits of the blest. ....... and Margaret Jones; 3

I Samuel Jones of 1964 Lincoln sons, Herbert Cedrick and

Howard P. Styles Son Road, Opa Locks diedat Leroy; 20 grandchildren; 3

And Family Clover Leaf Hospital Sept. great grands and other rela

M ___ 29. He Is survived by his tives. Services will be held
3A 1 e. wife, Juanita; daughter Ruby; Saturday 12 noon at St. James

v f CARD OF THANKS 2 sisters, Sallie Brown and Baptist Church. Rev. ;Johnson

Dollie Robeson and other relatives officiating.

A The family of the late and friends. 'Services _

I I MRS. VIVIAN LEVERITY were Saturday 2 p.m. at Greater Emery E. Walker of 14781
Tyler St. Richmond Heights
"fitOlivia races Bethel Baptist Church.
a died in New York. 'Serviceswill
wishes to thank their
} many Morris Sanders of 10025 be held Saturday 4:30
r friends and neighbors for their
kind expressions of sympathy West Indigo St. died Sept. 29 p.m. 'at Macedonia Baptist
at the Veterans Hospital. Church.
during our hour of bereave-
r r ment. 'The cards, telegrams, Survived by his brother Isaac

I \ w flowers and donations were Sister-in-law Hatchet Sandersand ALBERT .
_ other relatives. Services
numerous and endeavored to

1 Elizabeth Bethel who I enable us to find comfort at were held Monday 3 p.m. in Mrs. Victoria M. Benbow,
was slain at her home last PARKS this time. the Range Memorial Chapel. 1540 N.W. 2nd Ave.. Apt. '3

BENJAMIN GILBERT October 1964, is now at rest 19271960Mrs. A special thanks to the Jack Golden of 1930 N.W. died Oct. '3. Was shipped to

who was called to his eternal in her grave. Rev. 'E. Williams of Bethle 4th CU died Sept. '23. He is Kingstree, South Carolina for

home on August 14, 1965 wishto She was an innocent bystander Marion Parks, Mother hem Baptist Church and his survived by Mabel Golden and final rites and burial.

express our sincere thanks who suffered the consequences congregation and also to the other relatives. Services were ----

and appreciation to those who of a gang war. Her staff of the Range Funeral held Monday 10 a.m. in the Wilson Wesely, 1749 N.W.

sent and brought cards, telegrams family is still very much Home for their personal touch chapel. Rev.S. L. Gay officia 3rd Ave.,-died Oct. 1. Arrange

letters and floral grieved over her death.It IN MEMORIAM and efficient service. ting. ments are incomplete.

Those who donated the use of could have been any other -----
cars. Your kindness will always young girl or person. In sad but loving memoryof The Children and FamilyIN Mrs. Florence S. Dean of James Salter, 21902 S.W.

be remembered.We AH this was said to start our dear husband and father. 1243 N.W. 62nd Lane died 114th Ct., Goulds died Oct.

further express our parents to thinking of the be. Oct. 3rd at her home. She wasa 2. Arrangements are incom-

thanks to the staff of Jackson havior of their children, to MEMORIAM pioneer Miamian coming from plete.

Memorial Hospital and his realize that it could have been Key West in 1898. 'Survivors
pastor Rev. Thedford Johnsonand their child who did the shoot In loving memory of our are 2 daughters Vera Smith IN MEMORIAMIn

the choir, officers and ing or even on the receiving f beloved wife and mother, and Julia Johnson; 3 grand

members of St. John Baptist I MRS. ALEXZINA PINCKNEYwho children; 10 great grandchildren sad but loving memoryof

1 Church. end.In order to reduce juvenile departed this life Oct. 13, 3 great, great grandchild our dear sister and aunt

To New Providence Blue delinquency most of the help f tt jf 1943. ren and other relatives and MARY S. DAVIS

Lodge and the officers and must come from the parents May God grant you eternal friends. Services will be held who departed this life October

i members. of the entire Masonic who seem to let their children peace and rest.Harrison Saturday 9 a.m. at St. Agnes 9, 1957. '

family. To Francis Funeral go at will. Church. "Oh bli ssful lack of wisdom,
f Home for kind and efficient Sleep on Olivia we love you Pinckney Sr. rile blessed not to know;

service and to all who contributed but God loves you best. husband Mother Beatrice Dancy of He holds me with his own
in any way that made Marguerite Hart, daughter 820 N.W. 52nd St. Died at Mt. right hand

our burden lighter from the Mr. and Mrs. Bethel Vermelle Walker, daughter Sinai Hospital Sept. 29, She is And will not let me go,

depths of our hearts, we thank And FamilyIN Harrison And Grandchildren Pinckney Jr. son survived by her husband Tom And lulls my troubled soul to

you. 1 daughter, Roberta Coleman; rest,

1 son, Herman Demmings; 8 In Him who loves me so."
Gratefully the Family
: grandchildren
loving memory of our rAt tives. Services were held Hosea Douglas, brother

dear mother, 3 Mrs. Fannie Williams of Wednesday 2 p.m. at St. James Leonard. Douglas, brother.
MRS. MAUDE JOHNSON ;z 152 NW.15th St.died at Jackson Baptist Church. Mrs. -' Constance Strachan,
CARD OF THANKSThe .. sister
Memorial Hospital on Oct. ---
I who departed this life October .
family of the late 9, 1956. THEODORE ROOSEVELT 5. She is survived by two sisters Mrs. Susie Mae Jeffersonof Mrs. Helena Taylor, sister
CARNEOAY Mrs. Gertrude Guyton of 2952 N.W. 70th Ten died Mrs. Emily Strachan,

1 who died October 9, 1961 Jacksonville and Mrs Emma Oct. 2. She lived in Miami far sister

Down a road that's calm and "It has been four years since i Barrow of Quincy Fla., Mr 26 years. Survivors are her Mrs. Rosalyn Seymour,

peaceful you slept away to stay. 'You Lewis Williams of N.Y.C., sister
Guided by God's loving hand were so dear to us. In our me Mrs. Hazel W. King, Mrs. Do- Nephews and Nieces
I She has gone upon a journeyTo mory it is just a long yester'rothy Williams, Mrs Mary --- ----

a distant bright land. Alice all of Quincy, Fla. and
And although your heart is day.The
one brother-in-law Mr. James 1111tii
heavy Camegay Family iiijc
b With the sorrow you must bear Ouyton of Jacksonville and a
host of other relatives and
May it help to bring you comfort ---- HAS Preiattrment '
plots of 8 less
friends. Also a good friend grave spaces or
she is
J Knowing happy there.
IN MEMORIAM Mrs. Rosa Russingof Miami ALSO I iMnediate i single grave space interment
I Fla. Funeral services will be Boxes and permitted
The vault
? ChildrenIN In loving memory of my son
held Friday Oct. 8 at Greater
Bethel AME Church at 3 p.m. Gates open 7 days for your convenience


Mrs. Martha Adderly of 501 E. Johnson, Manager Homo phono OX 1-9199
N.W. 4th Ave. died at Jackson -
i In memory of the lateELWYN w. tho employees of Lincoln Memorial Pork endorseMrs.
_._ ._ Memorial Hospital on Sept.
n. .
Arhallo Range for the Miami City Commission.
29. She is survived
JOHNNIE MAE McLEOD by her Veto for h.r on Nov 16th.
father Mr. James Adderly Sr.,
wish to express their deep .
three children James Jr, Leon,
+ appreciation and unending ii'",'" ., and Mary Ann, five sisters, ,,a, ,yr
/I gratitude to the many friendsfor ,;'.-,, Mrs. Amie Mae u'fiWw
II., White Mrs.
/ ,) < ,
their kind and :: ,
generousexpressions 'r : \ Louise Hunter, Mrs. Mary Ad ,
of thoughtfulness : ,, '+'T
l: n' fir
;""" derly, Mrs. Gloria wilson and Sri
: """ '"
during the Illness and '
passing ,.\'I _"
i \ Mrs. Irene Smith, nieces, nep-
of their loved
one. n :/ a a hews and many friends. 'Services
S y.Z
were held Oct. 7 at St.
A special thank-you is extended -
f"" Mary Methodist Church.
to Rev. I. C. Mickins
and members of Mt Olivette
Willie York of
Baptist Church, the principaland 745
5th St.,'MB., died Sept. 30 at
faculty of Floral Heights 1r Ty4'.C
Elementary School and the ;" Jackson Memorial Hospital.

Range Funeral Home. Survivors include Mrs. Cath- THOUGHTFUL,
+k a ryn Craft and a host of other

The Family y tiny iy JAMES LAWRENCE friends. Services were heldin BEAUTIFUL SERVICESOur

BARNETT the chapel Oct. 5.

who passed away Oct. 10, ability and desire tot
1957 and who is Yvome Franklin of 343
now enfolded
.', out wishes
carry your together
IN MEMORIAMIn M. BARNES for eternity in His everlasting N.W. 9th St. died on Oct. 1.

he In She leaves to mourn her with our experience
loving memory of our son, who was called to the Great arms May rest peace. parents zti ,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur and
husband, father and grandfather Beyond while he was just a Lottie E. Ward, mother Lillie Mae Franklinone sister mean a service that is
young tender bud. He And '
was Family
called by the Heavenly Father. Angela two grandmothers, ? conducted with beauty and
_._ grandfather six aunts t
Who knows just how much --- one ,
we understanding-to comfort.
who departed from this life on bear. He wanted him to bloomin three uncles and a great grand

October 2, 1964. the rose garden out of this CARD OF THANKS mother..aU of LaGrange, Oat
"Asleep in Jesus peaceful rest The remains were shipped to
unfriendly world. He called The bereaved family of .fl
: 1'
Whose waking is supremelyblest LaGrange, Oat on Oct. 5.
and he answered and there be- MR. JEROME ALBURY "My Father in Heaven, helpme /

No fear, no woe shall dim the hind God receives the clouds his somewhere. wish to thank the many relatives Franklin Williams of 1136 never to forget Thy lover

hour own. and friends for all the N.W. 2nd Ave. died on Oct. looks/ up to me in they

That manifest the Saviour'sp Sleep and take lovely cards, flowers, tele- 3. He is survived by his parents beauty of the flower ."
power." your grams and gifts of sympathy, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert John Henry Jowett
rest. We loved you, but the
Sleep on,we love you,but God in their hour of bereavement. Williams two sisters three
Heavenly Father who makesno
loves you best. mistakes loved you best. Again, thank you. brothers two grandmothersand Oscar L. Range
a host of other relativesand
Mrs. Annie Lee Denegall Mrs. Vera Albury friends. Services were Funeral Home

W ife and Family The Family And Family held on Oct. 6 in the chapel. R



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dining large lot cottage' in back for income.
room, SELL
Single or couple. mm MUST
pum. room. 7005 N.W. 4th ..
Main Court
included house has Fla tile ' >
llr cond. appliances room, Cooking included. *' ; : "\ % "
$10.50 per Furn. puplex-$58 Mo. >, CBS .' BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
roof ft'f\
ly $13,000. FHA $300 down ,large kitchen. Rear house week. .i.s >
ayment located at 1870 NW is fully furnished. Price is day Sunday'Phone, 635-5786.after 7 p.m.' all Rent 1 apt. Live rent free in 'COR ER..31SEDROOM, Liquor,Bar and Package Store.

6th Terr. Open Sunday all day $12,000, $400 down and $77 today. Owner 373-3304. 2 BATH Good location, low price. Call
month, FHA. Life ,Joe for appointment PL 8-9327.
drive by then call Fenster Realty, Beat In Town COON Be DuplkA
Broker, 4932 N.W. 7th Lovely 3 bedroom CBS, den,
ealty (Broker) 691-2962. Ave. 2 Bedroom Apartments Florida' Pouch
PL 9-4371.Open evenings and screened porch, tile roof, CHILD CARE
I Brand IM MI new 3 bedroom, 2 bath Sundays. 1392 N.E.PL 1-2768 151st Street school, shopping and bus.Zon- $1 ,OOO $1 Iooo; Down Baby Sitting at'your homo or

CBS Fla room, built-in stove ed (R-2). $400 down. 2242 5720 N.W. 21 STAVE' mine. After 4 p.m. PL 9-5417.
oven, latest creations inilding. 1942 N.W. 85th STREET N.W. 93rd Terr. 691-6919. '
How about coming Modem CBS, awnings, ,appli- Furnished 1 bedroom apt. Cool, PHONE OWNER'UN' Fishing Worms. Red wigglers.
out on Sunday and see our 'A quiet, .no children taken. '$18 1 bedroom. CBS, Duplex. $400 One half block west of Lin-
[model at 1141 N.W. 75th St. with ances.$250 down bargain and at $8,350 week. 1323 N.W. 58th Terr. down. Large room, excellent 6-0655 coln Fields. '2131 N.W. 63rd
$52 month.
I From 1-6 P-m.. and our salesman Call owner, 532-3206. cond..' 2241 N.W. 93rd Terr. st.
Keys at Life
will show you around. Realty Broker,
I Fenster Realty (Broker) PL- 4932 N.W.7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Lovely 1 bedroom house. $20. 6917568.

|98779......-_.' _- --- Also efficiency. Clean and CBS, 2 bedroom, Fla room, air t
Lovely CBS, carport, awnings, convenient. Call NB 5-5566. Best fe Town .
beautiful tuys
A 2 bedroom CBS, fenced yard, large f rant porch. cond., all appliances, fenced,
hardwood floors, carport, FHA all for $9,700. No closing
Near bus,shopping, etc. Priceis
only $250 down. Clean in and Room. '$9 per week. Call OX- costs. $300 down payment.

out. Location 1863 N.W. 88th $62$10,000 month with and $300 no closing down, 1-6432. $69 month pays everything. We OPEN SUNDAY 2-6 COME SEE
I Terr. Open Sunday 1-6 p.m. have
key. Realty, Broker -
I Fenster Realty, Broker, PL costs. Life Realty, Broker, Barber Shop, 3 chairs. Located Phone 757-5724. 811 N.W. 120 N.W. 48TH STREET
98779. 4932 N.W. 7th Ave. Open eves
in New Liberty City. 21135
54th St. 'Open Sat. 'and Sun.
and Sundays. N.W. 37th Ave. Nice locationin Lovely CBS, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room, dining

CBS BEAUTY. a fast-growing area. 'Fully ; room, garage, appliances. $14,000 total. $450 down.
Home. 'Low priced. Near 70thSt.
[Total only $10,500. $350 down Beautiful CBS, tile roof, awn-
equipped state and county li-
and $74 month pays all, for ings, gas heat, fenced yard, cense. Just move in, be the ,, Live nice, fumsished 1800 N.W. MTU STREET
this beautiful 2 bedroom CBS brick barbecue pit, carport. .
first. Contact Mr. Clinton Nice CBS 2 bedroom encolsed front appliances.
full dining room, modern kit-Carport. Price is $12,500 with Jones, New Liberty City Baror HELP WANTEDCAB ,
I chen, completely fenced,beau $400 down and $71 month. store at above address. DRIVERS. A p ply atSociety $10,000 total. $300 down. No closing costs.
tiful white sparkle brick wall Life Realty Broker,4932 N.W.
_. -Oct. 15. Cab Offices 269 N.W.
[ in living room with fire place, 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Open 21st Street. Indf. 1810 N.W. 94TH STREETCBS
barbecue pit, carport. This isa eves, Sundays. Buy like rent. '$100 securityand
honey. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor ----- move in. 'Lovely 2 bed- Restaurant 2 bedroom, 1}% bath, plus guest house in rear.

| call anytime, 7512243. Large 3 bedroom CBS,carport, room home.Tile, roof and hard- experience. Pay Help.$60' Must weekly.have Garage. $12,000 total. $400. down. No closing costs. .
--- lenced yard, tile roof, appli wood floors. 'Near city pool
Snack Way. 'Call PL 4-6941
SPACIOUS 'CBS ances. Only $11,000. $350 and schools. Owner 373-3304. Sunday afternoon at 3. Beautiful CBS, 3 bedroom Flu room, dining room, car
( Total $14,050 Only $450 down and $63 month, FHA.
total. down.
| down, 2 baths, Fla room, big Life Realty Broker, 4932 NW 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom cot- port, patio. Fenced. Only $12,000 $400

kitchen, huge dining room, 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Open tages. '$10 & $15 per week. POSITION WANTED ***
large living'room, full garage, eves and Sun. 617 N.W. 8th St. 'FR 1-4620. Young girl desires position as No qualifying. Large CBS,' 4 ,bedroom, 2 bath, Fla

full utility room, very modem -Oct. 29 secretary English 'and Spanish.. room, carport, Close in. $14,000 total.Reasonabledown.
home in the best section of. Large bedroom CBScarport, Call 6337608. .
town. This is your dream home. front; porch, large kitchen. 1 bedroom furnished duplexapt. ***
A. Ben-Kori, Realtor,call any- stove refrigerator. No qualifying. 'Call 758-1098 after 6:30' Comer, CBS beauty. 2 bedroom, Fla room, garage, Ex-
time, 751-2243. $1,000 down, $85 month p.m. tras. $12,000 total. $400 down. No closing costs.
--- Move right in. Life Realty, LOVELY HOMES
2 HOUSES Broker, 4932 N.W.. 7th Ave. 2 bedroom apts. Excellent Built On Your Lot or Ours ***

Live rent free,rent backhouse PL 9-4371. Open Sun & eves. location, near buses, schools, To Please You Live Rent Free. Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS'Duplex.

and live in front home with -------.---- hospital. Reasonable rates. Appliances in each apt. Near everything. You must

modem kitchen, Fla room three FHA and VA Resale Homes. Call Mr. Miles 635-2087 LOTS FOR SALE s ee this. $15,200 total. $500 down.
bedrooms, dining room, this isa $100-$200 down payment. No Indf
very large lovely home. Ideal closing costs, 2-3-4 bed- Room. Private home. Prefer 55x 135-N.W. 48th Terr. -,0, WE HAVE MANY MOREIF

for a large,family, Price only room., Like new low monthly" men. 'Call Saturday' and Sun- 50x105-N.W.. 55th St. YOU ARE BEING DISPLACED LET US HELP YOU
$10,500. Bank''termS.. A.Ben- payments. Ph. 754-0483 Now. day. 635-8917
Kori, call anytime 751-2243. E. Harry Denny, Realtor,8623 100xlOO51Terr.17Avt.50x10M1st .

-- Biscayne Blird. ( St.
Beautiful 3 bedroom,CBS,car 50x140,250Cash SHELL
No qualify. Total $13,000. \ L 11I'4A1I REALTY
fenced yard, appliancesNo .7
Move right in. 2 baths, Fla port 41AbS' Paid For Lot,
qualifying, $1.500 down
porch, best area, hardwood and move right in. Life Realty iiI Homes, Acreage 4260 NW 7tk An.
floors fenced rear yard.
$1,000 down. A. Ben-Kori, Broker, PL 9-4371. Open Sun.' NEED MONEY? 158..55511

Realtor, call anytime, 751- and eves. 4932 N.W; 7th Ave? ..V'-. CALL BARON JE 8-1340 : .

2243. 612 N.W. 60th St. .. --
PAGE APTS. Sacrifice for RESULTS .
BEAUTIFUL DUPLEX good down payment or cash.

Total $15,500 terms. Live in See owner at 233 N.W. 63rdSt.
in beautiful 2 bedroom, 1 bath 10 furn. units on city block. IuIaMRIuuIaIxIuuIMIIJ EDISON Specials

living room and kitchen, rent Indf TO ALL VETERANS
other side, 1 bedroom 1 bath, B BE
living room and kitchen. Live Home. 'Low priced. Near 79thSt. .

rent free.This is the very best, Live nice. Fum. 'air cond. YOUR CERTIFICATE OF ELIGIBILITY' S I OPEN SUNDAY B
in income property. A. Ben- large rooms, suitable for couple. I 5 P.M.

Kori, Realtor, call anytime, '7762 N.W. 9th Ave. 'Call = ENTITLES YOU TO AN FHA HOME WITH 215 N.W. 51TH STREET
751-2243. Mac after 4 p.m. 531-6451. '
8p ONLY .$100 DOWN i I Beautiful bedroom houst
.. .
.... ... enc.l
SPECIAL CBS 2 bedroom house, hardwood --"" carpeting, yard, ntar Schools, $11,000

3 bedroom; completely' fum. floors. carport, income studio i Sie TlitS,;:. FHA. $250 cash. $85' month pays everything.Up
All new ,modem kitchen, fen- cottage in rear. $8,500 terms, closing

ced, comer} lot, plus air con- 1773 N.W. 45th St. '634-3369.. 2010 N.W. 85th St. Call Mr. Kroll I s costs.OPEN SUNDAY 2-1 P.M. "
an extra fume
house in '(ear. All this for 1959 Cadillac Convertible.Call I g 263 N.W. 41st St. Call Mr. '(hip 1146 N.W. 46TH STREET

14050.. Only $450 down. 665-2472 after 4 p.m. I: WE HAVE DOZENS OF OTHERS: =: E! H
FHA come and see this beau- Ii CBS, detached garage. Only $9,500 total price. $250
tiful property. You won't believe Open 2-5 Sat.& Sun. 1340 NW 2 and 3 Bedroom CBS Homes M down. FHA. No closing costs. $75 month
it. This, is the best buy 87th St. 2 bedroom, Fla room, 5 s* *** pays .very-
of the year.A. Ben-Kori, Realtor air cond.,' $350 down, $77 Brood & ef Ho ; B thing.
call anytime 751-2243.. monthly pays all. $11,000 total. m *s H H
--- Leon Kroll, Broker, 6883029. Baths Florida = OPEN SUNDAY 2-6 P.M. .
9 2 Room !!
Bedrooms :
Three -
3 bedroom CBS, in the heart of 5501 N.W. 5TH AVENUE
Manor Park, plus garage, cor- No qualifying. Move in today. Three Bedrooms 1 Bath Florida Room: II Ii
ner lot, close to school and 3 bedroom, 2 bath, in nice 8 (FOR PROFESSIONALS) ;
buses, shopping center located kitchen furn., EASY TERMS PERFECT FINANCING bedrooms baths
neighborhood, == = 3 2 CBS, on corner. Very large Fla .
798 N.W. 46th Drive =
St. by and sprinklers.
then call Fenster Realty, air$13,500 cond.well totaL '1461 N.W. 87th H N.W. 76th Terrace and 17th Avenue room, garage. You'll love this. FHA terms. =

Broker 691-2972.We have key. Terr. Drive by, then call Leon Q N.W. 41st Street and 24th Avenue U I ALSO THE FOLLOWING BEING SOLD ON FHA .

Kroll, Broker, 6883029. TERMS. DRIVE BY CALL EDISON .
1365 N.W. 8'6'th Street 5 DOWN PAYMENT FROM $500 iA .
Lovely CBS, large fenced yd, Custom-built Duplex. 3 bed- H 't ****** ****** 339 N.W. 39th Street

air cond.,awnings, appliances.No room, 2 bath, Fla room front. B !' i 521 N.W. 48th Street B
qualifying. $750 down and 2 bedroom, 1 bath rear, large ford, Sptciill B I 654 N.W. 47th Street .
move right in. Key at Life lot. Substantial down payment
Uj 1521 N.W. 93rd Street II
Realty.. BrokeL., Pi 9-4371- also 2 bedroom 2 bath, doll = SEE: 2981 N.W. 69TH STREET
4932 N.W 7th Open Sundays down, FHA terms. B 335 N,W. 43rd Street
Aye. house. $350 $300 DOWN $89 MONTH == N
and eves. To see call Leon Kroll, Broker =U= WE HAVE MANY, MANY OTHERS. FHA AND
2101 NW.82nd STREET 688-3029. Hundreds of 3 bedroom homes In Dade County BANK TERMS.HOUSESDUPLEXES AND UNITS m

Lovely comer, 3 bedroom, 2 Huge CBS,' 3 bedrooms, on for $100 down. II
bath, CBS on extra large lot. comer, oak floors, Fla room, Em U WE ARE OPEN ALL DAY SAT. & SUN. Iii.

Tile roof, Fla room, jalousied tile roof, carport, best area, 'B JTE ARE OPEN EVERYDAY INCLUDING_! .SAT & SUN
windows appliances, carpet- total price 14700. No quali '
ing, sprinkler system. This is fying. '$1,200 down, $105 mo., REALfilHC. iroker IPISOH R1AW% Realtors
a beauty. $450 down. No closing pays everything, a big family I FORD
costs and $86 month. dream home. Aetna Realty,'
Life Realty, Broker, 4932 NW Broker. Phone .757-5724. '811*!3639 N.W.,15tb Avenue, .635-455 gBHIBffllMlH 175 N-W. 62ndt 7514441

7th Ave. PL 9-437tl. Open N.W. 54th St. Open Sat. and .HHHllHBHBBMiltfS!
eves and Sundays. Sun.


14 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday. October 8. '1965

AMU Record Enrollment lilts, '3,588Tallahassee Carver 'Great Society' is MM

A record en- According to the, enrollment campus quarters is'1,031.
rollment of 3,588 students has' figures, there are 1,875 ,women Mr. Thorpe's records also Ranches I.i Homecoming ThemeTallahassee
been set' at Florida A&M University and 1,713men enrolled this show that there are 1,912 stu-
for the first trimesterof fall. The statistics also pointout dents enrolled in the College New .Florida ing with the theme "FAMU
the 1965-66 school term. that 1,690 students are of Arts and Sciences, 782 in A&M University celebrates in the Great Society Organi--
living in campus residence the School of education: 376 L- Walter Bow< I Homecoming October 14-16 zations are entering floats in
: The fall trimester enrollment halls and 1,898 are living in in ,the Gradua ff School, 222 in fry with the theme of "FAMU in the colorful parade to be held
firures released by.Ed-l-\ 1 off-campus facilities. the school of agriculture and Sunday will be observed as the Great Society." The coronation Saturday morning prior the
win W. Thorpe, director of admissions Home Economics, 124 in, the Woman's Day'at Mt.Zion AME of "Miss FAMU" for football game .
and records, show an .Eight-hundred and forty Sch ol of Nursing, 87 in the Church, West Hollywood. Mrs. the 1965-66 and the grid con-
studentsover males and 844 females live on School of in the Three prizes will be awarded
increase of 323 more Pharmacy, Sarah Day is chairman and test between the Florida A&M
the previous mark set during campus. The number of males Vocational Technocal Instijtute J' Mrs. Catherine Stubbs, co- University Rattlers and the in both the building and
the fall of 1964-65 school living off campus is 867, while and 14 in the College. of chairman. The morning speaker float: categories on a point
Morris Brown Wolverines from
the number of females in'off-. Law. basis. Judging for the buildings
year. will be Mrs. 'R. II. Lee of Atlanta, Ga.,' will be highlights will ,be 150 points for
Mt. Olive Baptist Church, 1]
of the gala weekend
in with the
keeping theme 100
Ft. Lauderdale, and the speaker -
Miss Albertha Brown, a senior points for technique of design
for the evening, Mrs. G.M.
9a Champion of Ward Chapel mathematics major from 100 points for arrangement -
A.M.E. Church, Hallandale. Ft. Myers, will be crowned and neatness, and 75
Come out and see what the "Miss FAMU" for the 1965-65 points each for color scheme
women are doing.Mrs. Mildred school year. 'Her attendantswill and material:Crepe paper is
James is reporter. be Miss Shirley Pooler, not to be used. .
aas junior attendant and Miss The criteria for the judgingof
f r r Star Light Lodge No. 542 Jacqueline Nickson, sopho- floats will be the same as
'9 K meets the first and third Fri- more attendant.Miss of buildings. Floats will not

days in each month. Membersare Pooler is from St. have to conform to the theme.
urged to be present at the Augustine and is majoring in Organizations may enter floats
next meeting. The Star Light- of their own design. Buildingsmust
English, Miss Nickson, "Miss
Commandary No. '38, Knight Freshman" last year, is from be ready for judging by
Templars, meet the fourth Tampa and is majoring in 4 p.m. Friday, October 14.
Tuesday in each month. Mem- Speech and Drama. The coronation will be
bers, please be present at the Miss Brown is a member of held in Lee Hall Auditoriumat
Masonic Hall on Pembroke the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority 8 p.m. Friday Oct. '14.
Road. Inc. She was "Miss Ju- Class queens and their escorts -
aas nior" for the 1964-65 school will be part of "Miss
The Florida Stars Bowling FAMU's" court. The queenwillbe
League bowls every Monday year.All student organizations presented the "Homecoming -
night at 9 at the Bowl-O-Mat
Football" the
campus have been assigned by Rattlers'
Lanes Road 441 five
on '
building to decorate in keep :
blocks north of State Road 84.

TRAVEL FILMS AT ',..,......,,...." .,'.........," ...'.............
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DIXIE PARK LIBRARY ,.., ,J I n t'n' e. > lJlcJ B" ">
,>.J: ., '
: "Come Along,*' the travel ,i.IIIII..II..IIII""II"'I""I.I"I"1.4.7> '1'V
film series now being presented -
,, by the,City of Miami Pub-
i .) will have the.new
lic Library -

i _____ __ showing at the Dixie Park -- -. .- .---: -' .. --
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Branch Oct. 13 8 >
on at p.m., ,
Herbert Long (1) a Cast- With Dr. John Connolly and More than half of the 45,000 the Main Library, Oct. 14 at .
j Room orderly at Variety Child- Technician Marsha Pattersonis out-patients coming to Variety 1 and 8 p.m. and the Allapat-
ren's Hospital, is shown applying little Jimmy Brown, ape 4, each year r ceive some finan- tah Branch to be shown will II" FAR 'BETTER. ,1TI..*E$ ...... SEE. .1
a chest cast to James cial concession or are treated be: '. :-.:...
Grenier, one of the many pro- who is a good pal of the pa- free of charge. 'The hospital' "Safari South"which bringsout I
tient and wanted to be there
depends solely on local donations of South Amenca ,
cedures in the orthopedic department the beauty
"just to help out." for its support and its amazing contrasts: I JOHNSON
"Fun Skiing" which shows how I

Program for JRE LEE ELEMENTARYThe Canadians some of the take country's to the most hills famous in- I I OF MIAMI

IIFaU school is on the up- resorts after a fresh

YWCA AnnouncedIt's ward trend in spite of the in-fall of snow. .. ,_ !\ H
of Hurricane + '
Betsy. "Alpine Holidays' which .1
Last week we were for- presents a summer time tour : BWNERS I -'PARTIES sf.E.i: .;:
nate< Uo have a team from the of the Alps Mountains seven '
kick off time i at the Mondays in each month, 2:30 NASA to visit our school and different countries."SpongeTreasure BABY.,PtCTHRES)SPEciLiY ,
Northwest Center ofr program p.m.,' 'Mrs. Lenora Johnson, give a demonstration on the of the .
goals. 'Classes being offeredare chairman. space science program. Pupils Sea" which is the story of the fcjttlMiitiiig ,
; Ballet and tap dancing New Club officers are: Jr. from Grades 3-6 witnessed the natural sponge industry of jgglBBBBBB
each Saturday' 10 a.m.basic; Y-Teens: Gloria Evans, presi- demonstration. The lecture, Tarpon Springs, Fla.
sewing, an 8-week course fora dent; Elaine Holmes, vice; which was eloquently delivered Tickest are required at the SCHOOL 'ID' PICTURES 1
small fee of $3.00. Miss Mary Ann Dykes, secretary; challenged the pupils to Main Library only and will be
Catherine Toston instructor; Janice Johnson and Adrain show more interest in science availafle on Monday, Oct. 11
knitting class, Tuesday and Jackson, chaplains; Owendo- activities and to prepare them- at 6 p.m. and as long as they 2 FOR 50t
Friday at 10 a.m., Mrs. Betty lyn Johnson and Perita Jack- selves educationally for the last. I I
McKeon, instructor; bridge, son, reporters. many opportunities that await
each Wednesday from 7:30 New members welcome into .
until 9 p.m., Mrs. Lydia Walker the first fall meeting were: them.The Student Patrols, under .
r, is instructor CELEBRATE PRESIDENTS I 1186 NW 38th, Sir I
I : Michele Storr, Johnice Monroe, the sponsorship of Mr. Higgs .
CLUBS AND OTHER Lenora Berry, !Shell' McKinney and Mr. Bethel are doing an ANNIVERSARYMembers
ACTIVITIES Perita Jackson and Bren- excellent job in assisting .
da Bryant. pupils to be safe and courteous of Pall Bearers 635-4748
Junior Y-Teens meeting Boys Club: David Roberts, on the school grounds. A rep- Lodge No. 15 of the No. 1 L I
Monday at 4 p.m., Miss Jac- president; Rickford Hope, vice; resentative from the Sheriff Pall Bearers Association of -- -- -- -. -- '-.. ..:;..!... ..;;.:
queline Jones, advisor. Henry Johnson, 'secretary; Department installed the pa- America are sponsoring the - -
Senior Y-Teens, Thursdayat James Teate Larry Kimble, trols at the initial program, 11th Anniversary of their president -'
5 P.m. Miss Betty Brown, reporters; Howard Jackson, and spoke briefly of the impor- Mrs. 'Mary Ross, on ...wl....IIIE.II .. IfJUU
Teen-age program director parliamentarian; Sidney Barry, tance of these pupils in the Surday, Oct. '10, from 3 to 5
j I Young Adults, first and chaplain. schools. p.m.'at 801 N.W. 62nd St. You THAWING .'
third Tuesdays, 8 p.m., Mrs. Special Events: Teenageroll The sixth grade classes are are invited. ,a IBM MACHINE
Lennie Mitchell, advisor. call for October (callingall studying a unit on Latin Amer- Mrs. Mary Ross, president;
I Bovs Club, first and third teen-agers.) Story Hour ica. An interesting exhibit.has and Mrs. Nancy Willis, chairman MIAMl-INSTririTE
Mondays, 7 p.m., 'Joseph and supervised play for first been placed in the school's )
f Silas, club advisor. gradres, 1 p.m. until 3, start- library showing many items' 8M
Y-Neighbor Ladies, third ing Thursday, Oct. 12. made in some of the countries. 8H

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THE 'MIAMI TIMES,. Friday, October 8, '1965 15

pearing w tL..i Bethune Smothers t},,;i :N BJW' :Knocks Off' '' ,

I Albany State 49. 12 State, Champs -

Daytona Beach Coach Cy with workhorse Elijah Gipson
The Booker T. Washington touchdown while Phillips con-
McClairen unveiled a power taking it in from the six. Joe ,
Tornadoes won their greatest nected on four of six for 63
packed offense and defense Ware dashed 32 yards from
victory in many years at Mi am I yards.
F Saturday ay Welch Stadium ona scrimmage the first time he Stadium Saturday night when The two quarterbacks were
game but outclassed Albany:handled the ball for a score to they knocked off Blake High shuffled as BTW drove 76
team from Albany, Oa., run the count to 20-12 at halftime .
SPEAR yards to field
and ran roughshod over themto of Tampa 15-6. a goal
the tune of 49-12. The loss was only the second by Bob Lamb early In the first
BCC DOMINATES 2ND HALF in three for the quarter. Passes accounted for
r With the years
RING d! 63 of the drive.
perfectly executed passes from The Wildcats were in con, defending state champion. yards :
I attended the V.B.A. meeting Sunday Oct. 3rd.The Pounsel to Lawrence good for trol all the second half, mark. Yellow Jackets of Tampa. The Tornadoes moved 91
|drive for new membership is increasing. Here are the 80 and 83 yards touchdowns, ed by roughing penalties on They have won 32 of 34 con- yards to their first touchdow'nbefore
nam s of the new members. Al Turner, former boxer; the Golden Rams were unableto both sides, which kept an am- tests during the three year the end of the first half.
and two Class AA state Green hit Hall with an 11-
put together continued bulance span
Cass Sargent, amusement field; Charles Cohen; Mort a busy carting playersof
drive championships.BTW's yarder to give Booker T. a 9-
to paydirt. both teams to the hospital,
Hunt, Juley Peck, and Mickey Traubenfield, social; Cy plus a heated scuffle which quarterback duo 0 halftime lead.Halfback.
Goodwin, former boxer; Bernie,Novellino, promoter and 'WILDCATS'SCORE EARLY sent a player from each team of Woodrow Green and Alan Fred Warren
referee, Jack Newark, V.B.A. photographer ; Jack out of the game. Phillips combined to produce scored on a one-yard plunge
former boxer ,the BCC kicked off to the Ramsto mark, and late in the last after
Switzer, ; original gorgeous Georgewas the 4th down Coach McClairen was not a 16-for-30 passing period
open on
reported dead some time back. A former boxer and they were forced game to where the only one to unveil a star 226 yards. Herman McBroughs had recovered -
wrestler, ,he was one of the drawing cards around the Jerry Stewart gathered punt the pig- studded squad as Dr. Allen Green completed 12 of 24 a Blake furrble in its
V.B.A. wishes to thank the following doctors for their skin on his 40 and scampered Pyke put his snappy precision1 passes for 163 yards and a five.Northwestern. '

offer of free'service for any'veteran who needs it. Theyare 60 yards for the first touch- 69-piece Wildcat *Marching I

Dr. John M. Pizzulo, Dr. Seymour J. Gardner and lies down of with Cookman's only 1.22 seven of tal-the time Band this on display season, stunning foi the first the wins I

Dr. Paul S. Glassman. They are members. The V.B.A.is claock used up. crowd with featured Golden

planning a benefit boxing in the near future. This From that moment, the par- Girl Majorette "Mickey" King,
will be their first big attempt to raise funds. The ve- tisan crowd knew that this beauteous and shapely,fresh-, 4th Straight 34-73 I

terans are to benefit by it. We are happy to hear Hymie would be a glorious day, as man from Alberquerque, New
Levene is out of the veterans Hospital and much better. bright as the merciless sun, Mexico and the exceptional I Powerful NorthwesternHigh -:-the first touchdown of tho.
Hymie was a leading promoter around Florida for which Rent the temperature in acrobatic baton twirling of Al- game on a 27-yard sprint
the 90's.A bert Hart, to stage one of the continued to roll towardthe
years. Lou Farbor is still in the Veteran's HospitalHe fumbled punt on Albany's finest half-time shows ever state prep championshipwith around left end. Hepburn alsc
wishes to thank everyone for the get well cards. 10 gave BCC the second TD presented at the stadium. a 34-13 shellacking of ran over four extra points.
Join the,V.B.A. You will find it worth your while. Call Mays High last Thursday nightat Adams hit Carl Morgan
Tommy' Ross, president 5th St. Gym. JE 1-9504 for in- Junior College Stadium. with a 23-yard scoring pass in
formation. V.B.A. is sorry to hear of the death of for- A TIIAK SALUTE By Quarterback Jack Adams of the second quarter and Ron
Bill McBride Mays passed for 199 yards and McGregor with a 22-yarder in
mer middleweight champion Solly Kreiger of Miami
the last period for both Mays'
two touchdowns but two interceptions -
Beach who ""
died. in Las: Vegas this week. touchdowns.
were run back for
).:.',,', touchdowns, one a 98-yard Northwestern's quarterback *
We understand the Marlins are to have a new set 'j / scamper. by Lorenzo Wilson. Robert Taylor, coax
up for 1966, we will hear more about it later on. Vince Hepburn, the North- pleted one of 11 passes for
western offensive Bull with 16 yards and scored on a two-

BIG FORGE IS THREAT TO MISS WHIRL "::0- 119 uards in 14 carries, scored yard period.sneak in the second

Advance warnings that Miss Whirl may be in for ;.. .
considerable tougher' sledding in Flagler's $80,000 International ..
Past North
Carver Squeeks DadeHalfback
Classic this time than she experienced in % % ;":\.. ,I I',, "
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in winning the summer classic were borne out in the ." -"i: Oliver Hines over North Dade at Junior

very first 'round of the current edition of greyhound rac- raced 65 yards for a touchCollege Stadium.
ing's richest stakes. down early in the fourth quartNorth Dade scored a safetyer
CarIn the final minute of the playver
Saturday night to give
Still could be made
more menacing gestures by
High a 6-2 football victory as Carver ran its record to
the field of 56 in the second and third qualifying rounds at 3-1. North Dade Is 1-3.
scheduled for Wednesday night (Oct. 6th) and SaturdayOct.

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for starters, John Still's Big Forge forged the '

home.. with i the best time of the-;night! in the. ,_seven_ first-_ '..... Looking ,
round racesPfast Saturday.This st g w q.E :: f i
fast-breaking, early speed star who was a sen- SPORTSWORLD
sation as a pup last year before being sidelined by an

injury early in the ,winter, ran the Flagler Course in
37.3 in winning his first round test over Ray DuPree's ,

$10,000 Count-Down winner, Another Bonus.
Miss Whirl had the second best time of the night

when she breezed home as expected in 37.7. But the BY LEO; ARMBRISTER lamer' I
other winners were close enough (in time anyway) to 4
give the Sarasota Whirland a run' for the money all the : -
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tually, was turned iq by Sonny Alderson's Cactus Lone- Vince Hepburn, Northwestern' bruising breod and The poweiful Minnesota Twins qnd the speedy Los
butter fullback took over the county rushing lead Tues Angeles Dodgers will decide the championship of the
some, whose time was 37.8 in winning over Jessie
Rice, Cri Along and Nopal Star. day.The hard running Hepburn who tips the scales at an 62nd World Series this week.
The Twins, who won comparatively easily in the
even 200 pounds, has carried for 362 yards In 45 attempts -
American League, will be out to suppress the Dodgers
for an astounding 8.1 average. .
His outstanding ball carrying has been a moor| stealthy habit of winning ball games with just a'few

factor for helping his team post a 4-0 record to date. runs.
Photo by House ot Photography. The Dodgers feel confident standing behind their
GREYHOUND RACING left and right hands of Koufax and Drysdale. With these

two the Dodgers have been able to climb all over the

2 National League with their anemic run getting tactics.

POST TIME The Twins' power laden bats, however, may post
8:00 P.M. more runs than the Dodgers can cope with, and give the
scrambling Dodgers something to steal about.
Whatever the tactics used in this first series with
both teams west of the Mississippi, it is anticipated to
bring thrills of all diversions, with the Dodgers winning
in six games.


"The Not/on' Oreyfcoiixf\ first three weeks of bowliqg is evidence of how

Sfcowpfoce" F FP well balanced the Excelsior League is this season. Only
three ganes separate the first and last place teams.

NOW! t&eliffy TWIN DOUBLE Here are the standings:

Top Five averages: Tommy Jackson 194; Frank
r Southward 192; James Thomas 185; Archie Brown 184;
AEA / in and W. E. Robinson 184.


( New York Yankees' Pedro Ramos will duel

EP California's Marcelino Lopez Sunday night at 8 when
t M1 major leaguers from Cuba (Havana) plaY' Latin America

-, -t 1L (Almendares) at Miami stadium.
Both teams will be loaded with players, accordingto
game co-ordinator Carlos (Potato) Pascual. Some of

the familiar names will be Felix Mantilla (Boston), Fe-

lipe Alou and Mike de La Hoz (Milwaukee), Tony Perez

and Chico Cardenas (Cincinnati), Tony Taylor, Cookie
Rojas and Tony Gonzales (Philadelphia), Jose Cardenal
(California, ), Orlando Pena (Detroit) and Jose Tartabull,
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Berto Campaneris and Diego Segui (Kansas City).
'rooters" will be led
GO! GO RATTLERS-This I is by Mary
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what these cheerful cheerleadColeman and Jennifer Engram
ers at Florida A&M university (kneeling), both of Tallahas- Miami will be after its first football win over
a i will be yelling when the FAMU.see; Jacqueline Boone and Louisiana State Saturday in the Orange Bowl. LSU leads
: Rattlers take' to the football Cora White, both of Miami- the series 5-0, but ,had to settle for a 3-0 edge when the
field this fall. The FAMU FAMU staff photo by Fillyau.{ teams met, in 1963.BY .

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) Close friends to the pastor
I told the Nebo Associated Negro
I : Press International that

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Walker ouster Dr. Powell is -1
reported to have declared that

, of after service giving to thirty-five Abyssinia,years if he 4 pc. Foam Sectional
could not be permitted the
prerogative of selecting pas Cfe ir.' L.
, toral assistance and making
'I'' changes in personnel. :

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I Powell is willing to step .
\ down from the post by JanuaryI '> .
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, unless the church gives him 1
a unanimous vote of confidence is
. the source said. "No '
, thing is settled yet," an of.
ficial of the church said. !



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