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: December 3, 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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3 1965 16 PAGES 15*
Vol. 43, No. 14 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, ,

Crowd Pours Into Miamii i

F AA a t For Gala WeekendMorgan

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t. State will bring one of its strongest and scor-

Ingest teams into the Orange Bowl Saturday night, December i
4 4th, for the 33rd annual Orange Blossom Classic. i

The Bears come Into this year's Classic with very Impressive -
4 credentials. They are 8-0 on the :season and have
allowed only 27 points to be scored against them while +

putting 265 points on the boards. !'
Coach Earl C. Banks' Bears have been averaging dose t!
to 240 yards on the ground and 132 through the air lanes.
Their opponents have had very little luck on the ground i

going for only a 13 yard average.
Leading gainer for the Bears is halfback Clarence Scott '

who has been rushing for a 6.5 yard average. Fullback ;
Kenneth Duke is the leading threat on the ground as he nat t
and a 5.0 average. r r1'be
carried 110 times for 551 yards r
Bears have been going with two quarterbacks during I
the season Russell J oil vet, 5-11 185 pound senior has

been on target 50% of the time in the air in completing 35

of 69 passes for 659 yards and six touchdowns. Gilbert
Moore a sophomore has been limited service during the

j'S cc. :r season.
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Miss Morgan and attendants (1 eft to right)Rachael tor, "Miss Morgan" Brandywine, Md.; Sheryl Dorsey, in This three will be the They second came time into in the the 1963 OBC Classic for the with Bears an

I Washington, "Miss Senior," Wilmington, Del.; Angela "Miss Sophomore," and Joyce Thompson, "Miss Fresh 8-1 record years.and lost to FAMU, 30-7 In a hotly contested

Flanagan, "Miss Junior," Baltimore, Md.; Adele Proc- man," both of Baltimore. game.Outstanding. players on the Bear eleven are end Everette

Fullwood who has caught26 passes for511 yards and two I

I No Housing Shortage From ExpresswayThe touchdowns.yards.halfback Sharing Daryl pass Johnson catching who duties has caught with him six Is for sophomore 169- 'I!

50 ul, the housing authority leaders for Morgan State arc senior fullback f
housing when the factIs der, less than per c that time Scoring I
of day now
rl'Centreport and will will be eligible for will have dwelling units Kenneth Duke who has scored 11 times for 66 points; senior -
families to he said, their homes perhaps ;
shortage for housing. The rest in lor 478 families. halfback Clarence Scott who has scored seven times for
be effected by the North- not be demolished for another public income brackets will 42 points and Daryl Johnson who has kicked 23 extra '

South Expressway and Urban year or more. higher housing arrangements "Those figures" Solge points out of 29 attempts and made one field goal out of

Renewal projects was "State Hood Hoard" stalls- make private he said. :said were provided by the six for a total of 26 points. '
labelled as "rumors" Monday tics released today, Sofge N11th St. toNW. Urban Renewal Agency,und Morgan State's offensive record is very impressive as f

by a housing official. said, "show that fewer than From und from NAV.3rd "are based on the assumption they have racked up a total of close to 370 yards per game
:20th St.
Haley Sofge, exa.'Utivedi- 300 familles.wUl.beuffteUby is the that the agency would while their opponents eked out a mere 96.4 total.
7th Ave.
rector of the Miami Housing the first phaseof constructionof : Ave. to begin buying property by the Victims of the Bears this season were: Hampton Institute
Authority said the agency is the downtown interchange area involved. The last o ct. 15. But they have 41.0; North Carolina College, 33-0; Maryland State,
building housing units faster : ," which is to begin in town interchange: will not not bought any yet.. .und 33.21; Virginia Union University 7-0; Delaware State, I

than either the Urban Renewal April. Relocation dead line until February 1967. that gives us a bigger cush 34-0; N.C. A & T college, 31.6; Norfolk State 33-0; Virginia

Agency or the State will be March 10, the date And by then our surplus ion." State 530. .
fill when demolition contracts housing will be more than Florida A & M University from Tallahassee stands 7.2
Road Department can A door to-door surveyshould
handle eligible Southern last week-end in Jackson
enough to after losing to Texas
them. will be let. be made, he said, to beenas
Rattlers have not
said residents in the He said that 200: of the affected families. those involved with villa Head Coach Jake
Sofge Inform have
located in The report said that by spectacular this season as in past years, but they
Central Negro District have ; families are the facts presented by public the
1'JGb about 338 families as been consistent winners suffering only a 45-6 defeat at
district, May
been "confused" by rumors. the urban und to avoidhcursav. Southern
will have been relocatedby employes hands of Tennessee State and fall 34.21 to Texas
Many think they will be and provisions have been urban renewal. But by ; Rattlers victims were: Allen University, 25-13; South '
thrown out of their homes made for them.Pine remain- Carolina State, 19-13; Alabama A & 1\1. 28-14; Morris

Brown, 23.7; A & T College of North Carolina, 28-14; t
Southern University, 41.38; Bethune Cookman, 478. '
$1.1 MilLION GRANT TO; J- I Leading ground gainer for the Rattlers fullback Preston

R 4M Johnson who has rushed for a net gain of 351 yards with
I 64 carries and a 5.4 average. Also doing some of the gain- ,

HEREPoverty ing is senior Rudy Cambridge who is rushing at an aver-
OPEN 5 CENTERS age of 5.1 per carry. Fullback Eugene Thomas is the lead- *>

ing scorer for FAMU with 58 points.

center was an important FAM U has averaged 27 points per game while Morgan
in Dade is care
County w
projectWeatherly said, helped State has averaged 32.2 points.
about to get quite a blow according -
to an announcement draw up plans for it and now
Wednesday by Saraent Shriver are searching for sites to locate

in Washington. A $1.1 millionwar the centers. When SpeedingCor
2 Drown
on poverty grant will go to Under the $1,102,195 grant
day care centers in Negro dis- four or five of the centers will

tricts for about 1,000 childrenfor opened, Weatherly said. The

working mothers. They wi II first, probably located in the Crashes CausewayTwo
Central Negro District, will be
be staffed largely by trained
ready early year.
residents of the areas. be openedover Patrol
Other centers to drowned Florida Highway

"It's the first program a period of a year will\ Saturday persons morning when were a speeding said Monday that charges .'

'where the poor people sat follow in Liberty CityBrownSub car crashed through Julia against the driver are pending.Income .

down and engaged in real planning areas, HomesteadFloridaCity Tuttle Causeway guardrail in ,

to put forth a sophisticated Princeton-Goulds-Per- Biscayne Bay, but four of the 'i
said Richard rine, and Coconut Grove,
program", occupants were rescued by
Weatherly, executive director Weatherly said. the Florida Highway Patrol tos

of Economic Opportunity Inc., The centers will offer pre troopers and divers, police -
Dade's arm of the federal war school education, health

on poverty organization. screening and followup treatment sr I said.The dead were identifiedas fo
Residents of Dade slum and will open six days a Mace Reid Jr., 28, of 4726 Jump

areas decided that the day week from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. NW 16th Ave., whose body
KAPPA-Sweetheart of .Mrs. James Cumberbatch, 94:I Wilson
MISS found and Mary
SW 9th St., Hallandale. Mis!I was
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, of 1929 NW 6th Ave., whose BillionAnnual
23, $75
STATE LEADERS IN SUMMIT inc. at Florida A&M Univer- Cumberbatch is a junior eta body was found washed up on
education major in l
sity is Miss Isadora Cumber- the shore Monday morning near
I batch_ __ daughter of Mr. and the School of Education. the scene of the tragedy. income of American

CONFERENCE HERE TONIGHT no Negroes will jump to $75 bile
include Pren-
Nab 2 The survivors lion in the next 20 years from
Chop Down Door; tice Snipes, a prize fighterand
An important Statewide been to teach the U. S.Negro the driver, of 797 NW 35thSt. the present $27 billion level
Conferenceof the power of unified action. Brown, 50, was Publisher John II. Johnson of
Summit Planning Early last Saturday sheriff's Ruby .; Louise Wilson, 26,of 2027
all Negro leaders has been Putting that lesson to gooduse also arrested at an apartmentat 74th Terrace; Louvenia Ebony Magazine predicted.
that they NW
called for the first planning Negroes in several cities investigators reported barricadeddoor 1572 NW 70th St. for possession Divine, 17, of 1931 NW 152ndSt. Addressing 300 marketing
last week smashed through a of numbers ticket.Sheriff's and advertising executives,
its in Florida'shistory across the nation Rolle 32, of
meeting type hammer and .; and Herman
with a sledge Lt. Larry Fein- -
made themselves felt by vote Johnson also said "we probaby
Friday night at he flushed- 1037 NW 40th St.
arrested a man as arrested
said Lewis was in
ing for their own causes and gold will have Negro mayors
Alcazar Hotel. alleged bolita tickets down a at an apartment at 2021 NW Troopers 0. B. Wimberlyand tWl' or three of our largest cites
The challenge for the lead candidates.The toilet. 64th St. When Lewis failed to William Hilton said the car Negro congressmen from

ership of this state has been future of the south and Casper Lewis, 24, one of answer as raiders carrying a was speeding at 80 to 90 mph he South and perhaps even a*
provided by the November 12, the Dade's 56 residents who own search warrant knocked and when it spun out of controlnear Negro vice president." Johnson -
Florida is dependent upon
1965 issue of "Time" Maga of its federal gambling license, was tried to force the door open, the west bridge of the said the Negro has made
zine in an article captioned political sophistication Politically, arrested charged at the county the deputies chopped it down causeway about 12:30 a.m. Tae vital gains in the past 20

"The Negro's New Force." Negro leadership. jail with possession of lottery with their sledge hammer. and plunged 44 feet into the rears' than in any period except
result of the the torch has been passed- tickets and released I under
One tangible Feingold said. water. the Civil War.
Civil Rights Movement has the challenge is ours. $1,500 bond.


THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday December 3, '1965 .-.:: "" 1 J., '

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is senior at' FAMU and is section leaderon Edward Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel O'Tanner
The famed Florida A&M University Band will drill
baritone horn. He is an alumnus of Booker T. Wash- Cohen Sr., 21640 SW 112th Ave., Goulds and Huston
yid play at the annual Orange Blossom Classic foot-
ball game Dec. 4 in Miami's Orange Bowl Stadium. ington Junior and Senior High School and of Omega Psi Ursy, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Stubblefield,

Among band,members from Miami are: Wesley Bry- Phi fraternity at FAMU.Thompson 10321 SW 184th St., Miami.
ant, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bryant, 1243 NW 1st and Cox grade ated from Mays High
School. Armbrister is a graduate of North Dade High Brown, a graduate of Miami Northwestern High
Ct., William Thompson Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William
Thompson Sr., 524 SW Third Ave., Homestead; Anthony School, is vice president of Dade Youth Councio, and a School is a freshman and plays first clarinet. Cohen, a
Armbrister, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Britton Armbrister, merit award winner from the Dairy Council South Fla. sophomore, plays first clarinet and graduated from

Sr., 2555 NW 161st St., Opa Locka and Robert Lee Cox, Mays. Ursy, a junior; plays trumpet and also is a graduate
son of Mrs. Ernestine Seymour, 241 SW 4th Ave., Home- Also from this area are Gladstone Brown, Jr., son of Mays.
stead. of Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone Brown, 4534 NW 33rd Ave.;

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Classic Parade to Go Down Flagler Street ; lH 1. -

Florida A&M University's night.i Nickson of Tampa will ride I,
high stepping Rattlers March- This will be a sizeablparade the FAMU float. Five
ing band will lead a parade o( with six other bands will strut, led by
floats, marching units and oth- drum and bugle corp, 32 floats,, co-captains of the Pep Squad, .:-:
er bands down Flagler Street and 10 marching units. Jacqueline Boone, 1881 NW
Miss FAMU, Albertha&own 157th I St., Opa-locka and Mary
Saturday noon, Dec. 4 as a
of Ft. Myers, and her'Coleman' of Tallahassee. The )
prelude to the 33rd Annual Or- 'other cheerleaders Cora
attendants, Shirley Pooler, of are
ange Blossom Classic football St. Augustine and Jacqueline i I White, 245 NW 14th St., Miami,
game in the Orange Bowl that ,
Jeanet Mannings and Jennifer iI
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riding in the parade
will be members of the Orange

Blossom Classic Committee,
1WILLIAM Dr. Ira P. Davis, parade
chairman, and William Sturrup,
parade marshal, announcedthat

I the theme this year is
"The role of education in the
Great Society." Business
Houses have 20 floats entered
and churches and sororities,
Here is the parade route: Jacqueline Boone, co-captain of the Pep Squad of Florida A&M University, Tallahassee

starting at noon from NW 3rd will be seen in action here Dec. 4 at the annual Orange Blossom Classic

Ave., and 12th St., south on football game in the Orange Bowl.

3rd Ave. to 10th St., east on She is the daughter of Mrs. Doretha Boone, 1881 NW 157th_ St., Opa Locka, is a
10:th to 2nd Ave., south on 2nd
:nember of the Psychology club and a'soph more.
to Flagler St., east on Flaglerto
Biscayne Boulevard and Flying high is Cora White daughter of Mrs. Corine White, 245 NW 14th St., a
_ STIRRUP DR. I. P. DAvis disburse. physical education major and a member of PEM club.

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the formation of a Hotel, Miami Beach, for all Florida A&M 1 University ,
national l organization as }Rattlers and former Rattlers General Alumni Associationas 'WUe w .vw..aa+a.6toaw* wsM xw.*_>v wae i ti sadawa k'cwyv.a+[w reeo :>w. a 3Sw eaDaa.ae :. Il

their ultimate goal,members during the Orange Blossom well as with all former
ul'a group of outstanding Classic Saturday, December Rattlers to upgrade the Rat- -a-
Florida A&M University 4. tlers' image and develop a IMAMat44't',4 .
graduates In the Miami-Dade Other officers of the or- program of scholarship, tutorial OMMI
County area have appliedto ganization who will be on aides and other serv-
the Office of the Secretaryof hand to greet all Rattlers at- ices for the benefit of the '' :!otW....

State of Florida for' a tending the OB C,will include: FAMU Rattlers. The new organization -
charter for Rattlers, Inc. Leroy Cromartie, vice president has been enthus-
The new organization, class of 1951, now su- iastically endorsed by Coach
9pen only to former FAMU pervisor of recreation for the A.S. (Jake) Gaither, Rattler FROM
Hattlers, who have earnedat City of Miami Recreation head coach, Dr. Oscar A.
least one varsity letter, is Department; William Rolle, Moore, head of the Depart-
headed by Nathaniel (Traz) secretary, class of 19oU,com- ment of Health and Physical
Powell, head football coach munity school director, Carver location, and G.W. Cono-
and athletic director at High; Arthur Co\'erson, 1 l.y, executive secretary of the
George ;W." Carver High treasurer, 1951, student wel- FAA} U General Alumni Association.
School. A 1948 FAMUgraduate fare worker, Central District, For a ,
Powell, an AllAmerican Miami; Willis Murray, business Officers of the organization of
Family 3
end, earned letters in basketball manager, 1950, class- wish to get in touch with or 4
football and base- room teacher, All pattah all former Rattlers throughout INCLUDING AFREEZER
ball. Junior High School, and the United States and ,
Members of Rattlers, Inc., George Butler, financial sec- abroad. All persons interested !
who sponsored a bus trip for retary, 1949, physical edu- in knowing more about t
the group to the recent Flor- cation teacher, Floral the organization of Rattlers, -, .
ida M-Southern Univer- Heights Elementary School, Inc., should contact the presi- :USDA5CHOlCtwEsJgRNSEEF; i "< ...'
sity football game in Tallahassee Miami.It dent, Traz Powell, at 5000 "
Will N.\t'. 15th Avenue, Miami -For' '
sponsor a hospitalIty is the goal of Rattlers, n. rntatjowt4Havn ADay
room at the Seville Inc., to work closely] with the Fla., zip code, 33142. 3 ).IIST.; :& i .STEAK' v r :CAv i5H: i' i'

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4 IBS. ROUND and CUBE. STEAKS FREE to the First 25
4 IBS. CHUCK STEAKS Families that call

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; 1 10 IBS. CHUCK, CAUF., and' :[MAIL TODAY: :
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THE MI AMI TIMES, Friday, December 3, 1965 3

Address ""
ruby Hurley to

Opa-locka' NAACP _


Charter Ceremony -a. =s k as r H

The population of Dade Church of Bunche Park, 22nd Mf l t
ounty has increased so rap- Ave. and West Bunche Park
lly that the NAACP has found Drive, Opa-locka.
necessary to organize new As a branch less than six
anches throughout the county months old, it has attained a
> reach the masses of N e- membership in excess of 400
oes and to serve the people persons. In appreciation of the
ithin the local branch areas admirable response of the community
:tter and more efficiently. the branch has pre-
The National Office of the
AACP has pared an elaborate afternoon _
suggested that
program of ceremonies.
;wly established branches
esent to the public a program Principal guest speaker of
each the occasion will be Mrs. Ruby
>r charter member.In .
keeping with that oolirv Hurley, Southeast Regional Director *
> the public an Invitation to. sharing the program of con- --
;tend a Mass Meeting and gratulations to the Opa-locka Part of the overflow crowd serving on the Reeves' Noted publisher and communal leader, H. E. S.
itness the Charter Presenta- community will be tRutlc ae testimonial banquet committee shown at a planning Reeves, will be honored at a testimonial banquet on
on Ceremonies. H. Pearson, president, Florida session lust week at Toby's Restaurant. December 11th, at the Deauville Hotel, for his civic 1
This will take place on State Conference of Branches, Seen at a head table are: (L to R) Mrs. Dorothy work and assistance to Variety Children's Hospital. I
jnday afternoon Dec. 12, 3 ida State Robert Field W. Saunders Director., Flor Small, Mrs. Dana Dorsey Chapman, Mrs. Barbara Tickets may be obtained by calling the Variety
.m., at the First Baptist Heiken, Dr. George Simpson, Rep. Robert Shevin, Children's Hospital Development Fund, 3736374.

Charles Hadley, Garth Reeves.RUTH t,

MANY MIAMIANS HAVE r'BJW: High to be Phased 'Out, N r'hweftb. i


);f to be Only' Negro High School :

following are the Club, Leola Murrell Wheat L,.,,.,', 'N : \1.-,....,...t..,,.,,._" "." "" .,. ', : I, ,. !, /# ,
ames of Miamians and oranizations ley Art and Social Club Pink
who have paid Carnation Club, Range Fun- During a six-hour confer- Booker T. Washington and d under construction, Palmetto dents will have to go by bus
icir Life Membership sub eral Home Hev. H.E.S. ence Tuesday, Dade School Mays will follow in 1967, Senior High and South several miles away to Pal-
cription of $500 to the Na- Reeves, Royal 20 Club Iris Board officials said that, provided the necessary additional Dade Senior High will absorb metto and will not be able.
onal Association for the Ad- Shirley Dr. Dazelle Simpson they have plans to discon facilities can be students from grades 10-12 to participate in after-school
tinue Grades 10-12 at BookerT. completed at the schools at Mays activities because of trans-
ancement of Colored Peo- Dr. George A. Simpson, Dennis About 1,000 students will
le (NAACP). Smith, Sphinx Civic Club Washington junior-senior that will absorb the students. be dropped from overcrowded portation.
Joseph Coh n, Dade Coun- Inc., Dr. Elmer A. Ward, high school next year reducing Miami Jackson Senior Palmetto when Killian opens, The PTA did not want
Teachers Association, Willing Workers Club Ver- the county's Negro High is phasing out its 8th making room for Mays' 223 Mays to continue as segre-
:ev. Theordore R. Gibson, nell P. Albury, X.Y.7. Club senior high to one. and 9th grades in the next pupils. gated senior high, Johns
.'rances K. Chambers, Jen- Gardenia Circle Club. On the list to be phasedout two years and is expectedto PARENTS PROTEST MAYS' said, but he could not see '
lie Peace Monroe, Mt. Zion are the senior high departments absorb the students from CLOSINGA why white students from the
of North Dade, Booker T.Grades. same area are not assignedto
L. 0'
Japtist Church Benny
j, protest was made by a
Jerry, Dr. Edwin S. Shirley. I ------------1 Mays and George Washington 7 through 9 at delegation: of Mays parentsand the all-Negro school.
Local Carver. Booker T. nave' 1,402 students If Mays were to absorb
sbuscribing mem- I Treatment I teachers against the
white senior high students {
Hall said. Land is ,
Board not
ers are: Adelphian Club, The proposal. Odell Johns,
vlgonquin Club, Atty. HenryI. \ RUPTUREPILES j jI told by Supt. Joe Hall that available in the Immediate.area thegroup's Hall said, the school would ;
Arrington, Dr. B.H. At. Rectal Diseases, Var.I I both Carver and North Dade to build another school, spokesman, said the be overcrowded, and eithera
school is "the main
Inson Jr., Dr. John O. cose Veins, Prostate No I will become junior high and the effectof the express- single junior high or a senior high
frown, Christ Episcopal J lost time Discard Truss J schools next year and that way construction and urban cultural center" of the would have to be built. He
renewal, along with the ultimate Goulds community, and that said Killian High solves the
'hurch of
Collegian Club J Upon Rupture. J JI eliminating the, ,senior high problem of and the
population density
'hurth Collegian Club, Dr. Low cost. I can- will deprivtI1e. area of Mays
not be assessed at this time. overcrowding in Coral
Jathaniel Colston Dade
important activities.
Killian Senior Gables.
'ounty Academy of Medi- 1545 SW 1st St.-FR now Johns said < Goulds stu-
me, Egelloc Social Club, i., 3-2748J...
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Jearers of America, Greater

nterracial srael st Church Bethel,Mothers Dr.Primitive J.f:Associa-Hogan Hap-, Pll BUYING A NEW CAR ? ? 1

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an, popular local bust- The two personable sisters are offering a delicious menu *
ssman, Is the new own of home cooked foods. Featured on the menu are T-Bonesteaks
c' the Diye-Inn Bar Yz fried chicken 97 and the popular'21-
T12 NW 7 9 h St. Phone at 99{, {,
11-9431 He invite allis shrimp basket at 103.
ttl old friends to come The eating spot is open 6:30 to 9 daily and until 1 a.m. .1. Shop around for the car you want Bring. us'. the. ,

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'. PUN PHUNA i'F Players aiul l i Coicdes: j lix" LOVELY: HOME
friend, surprised to see SevilU ToiiitrI Lot ? ,
me behind the wheel of aVolkswagen. Diner at ". ". To Pl.oi Yow
said, "I didn't I*. ; '_TETiwul} r mark<<* fc 4* the fourth
know'you could drive foreign Royal (Crown Cola Company LOTS FOR I
e* eae J *e S S S S S SJMS S WS S S e e **S" l"-ll'te* consecutive year that Royal SALE
E. SICISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher car." "Sure,"I replied, "I can Columbus icorglu hus
GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor drive in any language." will again be the industry contributed Crown more than 100 55xl35-H.W. 48td J
assFour leader In Orange Blossom
Member of tho Notional Newspapers Publishers Association gears forward and one Classic and Festival Activities specially designed souvenir SOxlOSH.W.SStlijJ100x100

,' reverse.. total five: these scheduled for this tropi- gilt watches to Classic parti- 51 Tt"& 1 17
SUBSCRIPTION RATES foreign "bugs" call for industrial cal city the weekend of December cipants, with the name
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS: $3,00:. FOREIGN $6.00 drivers. They can't be 4. The internationalsoft "Orange Blossom Classic" 50 100-4ht St.

Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at tho Post shiftless! drink firm willbehostat and the year. The Classic Is S0x140$1,25QCa.h
Offlco at Miami Florida, under the act of March B, 1876 a Players' and Coaches'din- the only event featuring two
No wonder one gets more award specially designed predominantly Negro institutions Paid Fw Lot]
Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue Phono OX 1.0421 miles to the gallon. The dif- souvenir gift watches to which makes such a- Homes, Acreage

"CREDO 'OF THE NEGRO PRESS" ference is made up in the players on the two competing wards and loyal Crown HEED MONEY?
Tho NEGRO PRESS boliav.ft that America can host load amount of elbow grease usedin teams, and award Cola Company Is a trail
the world from racial and national antagonism when it accords : shifting. i championship and runner- blazer.in this regard.; CALL BARON JE n:

to every man regardless of race, treed 'or .cplof his, .
human and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no nan-the I'm taking pep pills now. 'I up
ftgro Pros strives to help every man in the firm belief that haven't received any mail for
sit men oro hut .. long as anyo Is held back. a month. I've lost my Zip!
Dine and Dance with the FESTIVAL OF STJ

I under that in Mississippihas

Miami Housing Authority, Haley Sofge, direc- and Alabama, the theme for FIjif':
Christmas will be: "I'm dream-
tor says, there will be no shortage of public housing ing of a White Christmas." BA

f for families who lose their homes in urban renewal and II

expressway construction projects. At the Urban League din- Satunday, COecembeh 4, 1965

Homeowners can relax for a while anyway. Accord- ner our speaker mentioned the |IN THE ELEGANCE OF THE
Fair Practice Law. Up to now
ing to present plans, no homes will be demolished fora ORCHID AND CANADIAN ROOMS
Fair Practice means you cano
year or more, and there will be plenty of places t get a job if you have a fai r
house those displaced. skin. HOTEL ALCAZAR

Construction of the downtown interchange beginsin .r. 500 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD

April. A demolition contract will be let March 10- And speaking of speakers,

the deadline for relocating families, I know a speaker who reminds 11 Until Q" OUtta
The'area involved me of a broken pencil shar- ., a z
from NW 11th Street
runs to 20th
Street, bordered by Third and Seventh Avenues. The point.pener. .he never gets to the I mat\(P: Donation 2.00 Dtolng by j QesetPf VD

The south part of the interchange affects 489 families. < 'o P8 639-9735 621-3841 634-944J

but construction won't begin until February 1967.In In a restaurant recently I Mrs. Athalie Mulliens announces Music by Ross Gilboe & His Orchestra

May 1966, urban renewal will have forced re- saw an item called Chicken I the marriage of her
Kiev. I didn't order it. I daughter Dorothy Elizabeth to
was I
location of 338 families, but by that time the housing J
afraid I would just get the left''Mr. William Robinson Jr., son 11 1R1111UlltllllllnlllllilllllttllillllI111111IliillillUNITED
authority will have dwelling units for 478 families.BE wing. of Mr. and MrsAVilliam Robinson
j Sr. The couple now reside EDUCATORSLIFE
in Los Angeles.

Greater Miami Better Business Bureau has is- 'Dear Mr. Reeves: tCOLLEGIAN CLUB INSURANCE COMPANOF

sued a warning that should not be treated lightly. As At this time of the year one CELEBRATESTHANKSGIVING

pointed out, this is the season of the year when con feels the desire to express FLORIDA
gratitude for all of the bles-
folk, fund-raising phonies and other dishonest opera- ;sings great and small receivedso Members of the Collegian '
tors ply their trade. Many are made victims because i we wish to express our Club were up and at work very :.EHLlGHTEHED PROTECTION FOR'EVERYC){

they do not think seriously. i gratitude and thanks for the early Thanksgiving Day past. EXCELLENT' OPPORTUNITY ;TO OW INSURANCE
Take the who's blessings of reading your The "before day break" early UNDER' BEST
con-man always anxious to share gathering brought smiles to POSSIBLE, CIRCUMSTANCES J
weekly The Miami
newspaper, rye
what he finds with one, and believe it or not, some sen- many faces and happiness in
sible people fall for such nonsense. Times. Each week we look many homes, as club members JOHN B. ORR JR., PRESIDENT
I forward to receive the Miami
If find 1,000 dollars there be delivered beautifully decorated -
you must
something Times as it informs us of com- and
strange.when you are willing to share it with someoneyou i 'munity news in our neighbor- baskets nourishing to those food-filled in need.J (We'anterviewieg: experiencediif.Yiasuronce' tale f fHWif

don't know. Worse still, in order to get your share, hood. We've received much Could there have been a better ;, aid sales,titeitlvt:G eoportunhUs\ ClYO
you must match the amount. success in placing ads in your way to celebrate Thanksgiving obit now.;:'Trite;Joy Arnet* ,$rv Vice President.)'

friends if have classified section but would ??
My you money in the bank or Post
especially wish to express Thanks and
Office, take it out only if you need it to pay your bills; gratitude for your church sec- the Collegian appreciationto Club in ob- N UNITED EDUCATORS LIFE INSURANCE]

and be careful when you take it out. A check is better tion. We are sure many of the servance of a tradition that COMPANY OF FLORIDAPO

handled than cash. But always remember, no one will readers join with us in ex- has long been theirs.. Special = Box 305 Edison Center Station Miami, Florid!
give you something for nothing. pressing appreciation to have acknowledgements for Collegian !I
their church news items printed William "Bill" Stirrup and --uummimllnlllnmlllmllllllllllllllllllllu..nl.
The con-man is full of tricks. Look out for him. each week. his committee for their untiring

Watch yourself in a crowd. Don't put your pocketbookin Have read many editions of efforts and coordination resulting -
hip pockets.The in a successful "live-
the Miami Times and do wish
president of the Better Business Bureau to read many more.Gratefully wire" operation.

is Ralph Smathers. He calls attention to an operation ,
(Mrs.) Pauline S. Harris
several years ago of a small Negro church that was SEWING MACHINE
P.S. Many thanks to you A
promised Christmas baskets that ended in failure. The both and your faithful staff. REPAIR SPECIAL -a 4Y hrtif.'i.bt ;
church received $25 before the
operator was caughtand e 1 Cleaned
exposed. oiled ,.
Adjust all tensions C

YOUTH SHOULD TAKE Check motor and Control
DISABLED VETS HAPPYFlorida's Check all wiring
65,000 Veterans service connected disa- O Change-blt

bilities compensation payments will be increased in By Lofton Moncur Work done io your home.
Age 12, Gladcview
January, according an announcement by C. W. Boggs, Elementary Tots 1 cost '. .. ..$3.

officer in charge of the Veterans Administration local I believe the last political l ,AU work guaranteed

office. campaign hasmade more of our Domestic Sewing Center
youth become concerned as to CALL 634-6242
THE GOVERNOR'S RACE the Importance of their efforts.
Youths of Miami have .

Newly re-elected Mayor Robert King High, who is learned that participating in START: ..-
politics will help mold democratic WORK TODAY!! .
a -
now serving his fifth term
as mayor of the City of A Public Service Over
Miami, has announced his second government for to- VICTOR PIANOS & ORGANS
try for the office of morrow. Our entire future depends 20 Years

g6vemor of Florida.In whole-heartedly on the Live In MaIds, ANNOUNCES NEW STAFF MEMBE

the last late in caliber of officals we elect Cooks Bus Boy
governor's race High was enter- ,300 N
today. Dishwashers Porters Charles T Rogers has just| joined the sales staff of Victor Pianos Organs
ing the contest,but won second place to Governor Hay- Youth of today participating Gas Station Drivers 54th Street,

don Burns who won by a large margin.In in politics will help influence Hotel & Home Maids He is eminently qualified, having o unique background of training and*xP r'e"'
the coming race there will be Scott Kelly con- democratic government We Appreciate Your radio, TV, symphony concerts,choral accompanying, organ and piano Mr Roc
testing the governor's seat. tomorrow. Business appearances hove been world wide.

The race should prove interesting. :The incum- Graduating from Bethune Cookmon College, he went on for further study at
has been y .d. I; University of Wisconsin Private study in continued in Munich, Germany or
bent doing a pretty good job. It's up to the ; FR 9-3382 the University of Miami His radio work included organ a 2 year Saturday MuSiC Ser e

people to decide whether or not he should have the co- LONGHORN I WBBB Burlington N C
SlRt1lA1 fl H.E. 5th Street
coming four-year term as governor of Florida. During his Service tour, he was Chaplain's Assistant of Ft.Jackson. S C presider I
the Chapel organ While overseas he was Organist Pianist for the U S 43r W'r'
Victory Chorus and Band, appearing in concerts at the Deutches Museum MW:
PEPPER PLEADS FOR AID oermany Salzberg festival 1 House, Salzberg, Austria, TV and Munich' coot e
JAMES FREDERICKS ANNOUNCESTHE Amsterdam Holland other concerts in Vienna Austria, East Berlin, Pro< ''alv Ir
joint concert with
Munch Symphony Orchestra.
One of Florida's Representatives, Claude Pepper,
is pleading for federal aid for Miami homeowners and OPENING OF THE The Holland engagement was broadcast over a notion wide hookup of thef t f"p r T T
networks The million i people
31 man chorus sang to on estimated four
businesses being forced out by the new interstate high objective: to qet money for the flood stricken people of Holland
Sir John Hotel Restaurant
;( ; Since I960 Mr. Zion Bops'"CP
Rogers has served as Minister of Music at Mt ,
ways.He blames the State Legislature that he claims U *v 'J? *... gip.r 301 I N W 9th Street. He is a member of the Miami Chapter, An1I'rM"O" &)1

"one of the most mal-apportioned in the nation." THE SIR JOHN'HOTEL Organists.Mr .

of 216 Rogers will 1 be available for all musical need 0-
He said hundreds families-largely Negroesare N.W. 6TH STREET and organ. as consultant salesman

in need of aid at a time when there is a growing

frustration and resentment among our local citizens Service Daily from 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.

against the federal assistance being given to Cuban (All night on weekends) VICTOR PIANOS & ORGANSCorner

refugees. N.W.54th St. ft N.W. 3rd Ave. PH. PL 8-81


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 3, 1965 5

Mr. Reginald Johnson of New York has re-.
turned to Miami for the season. He is visiting B & B EMPLOYMENT

his sister, Mrs. Vera Wilson.
1336 ft 38 NW SrdAve

E And now they are three Mr. and Mrs.Ray- Ettublishtd 15 year
mond Aranha are cuddling a 7 lb. 2 oz baby girl,

r Greater Miami Links, Inc., entertained their (Terry Pauline). FR 3-2106
"Cuff Links"(husbands)at the home of Kennedyand ,
St Corrie Mumford with Link Sue Francis, So- Get well wishes to Lois. Torber confined to JOBS JOBS JOBS
7 cial committee chairman spearheading the affair. Cedars of Lebanon.

Available NOWIII!!!
Get well wishes to Lillian Eve Sawyer, whois Installation of officers of the Nat'l Federation -
convalescing at home,after being in St. Fran- of Post Office Motor Vehicles Employeeswas Service l Station*f -:. ..... Maids"Pvt. Horn' !'
.r cis Hospital. held at Toby's Restaurant on Nov. 21. Mr. Truck Driver "<. '.: .,' I'iot@I'Maids T:: *

Henry Price was elected president and Mr. Fre- Hotel; ';Porters.. ;.:t, .t;;, -CoolcsPvt, Home' { ,
r \ Mt. Sinai Women are to be congratulated drick, secretarytreasurer.Mr. 1Co-k1: t;: .. ,* .'Rest .Cooks. .

1 upon their thirty-first Women's Day Observancelast DIshKashers n Dav,Workers:\' ;4
,Sunday co-chaired. by Mrs. Ruth Spann 'and Calvin Williams of Red Bank. New Jersey TJr.'oonntrs" "' 0 ''Loundrv *.**s-- **\
Mrs. Carrie McNeal. is the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy ,fT .\ -" MANY r'MORE', a. ,
Brown. Mr. Williams is Mrs. Brown's uncle. KANY

Jim and Fran ,Chambers enjoyed the com-
pany of Jim's mother, Mrs. Mattie Chambersand Here from Nassau for a weekend were Mis-

sister Mrs. Burnice Hard grow who came ses Brenda Young and Betty Clarke, clerk typists Live free while buylnq.
down from Bluefield, West Virginia for the at Princess-Margaret Hospital. They were When you buy $450 down, FHA. 2 b.d
Thanksgiving Holidays. houseguests of Mrs. Marie Cooper. your room opts, but. solid.

Project Miami at our Northwest Center Sympathy to the Fowler, Bowman, Fields, home 1851 NW 91 St.
YWCA 5100 NW 21st Avenue has requested old Musgrove Clarke families.. Fully turn. CBS. $11,500.

jewelry, old buttons or fabric scraps for their thisseal $350 down. FHA.S72 monthly. -
craft sessions. If you have any of these itemsto Visiting Nassau for the Thanksgiving holi- is\$ .
share please call 6340100. days were Mrs. Charles Morris and daughtersElva For the Investor

and Elso Mrs. Josephine Mackey, Mrs. Ed- your 2 bedroom, 2 both, $7,000
Beta Beta Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi na DeVeaux and Mrs. Verne Taylor Tinker. t 4f4TA111' cosh.

Alpha Fraternity was host to the State conven- best 729 NW 47 T.r
tion last weekend. On Friday evening, membersand Gregg Hamm of Bacardi is hurrying back 3 bedroom, CBS, $300 down,
guests were entertained at the Starlight from Chicago to open his Classic HospitalityRoom assurance FHA, Flo room, tile, roof, r
Room in the Biscayne Terrace Hotel. at the Hampton House. that oak floors.
)'OUwon t pay too much;
1 Fadell and Richardson 2)you won't waste days looking/ st the 493 NW 41 St. '
Barbara Alexander, teenager daughter of the are "wrong" nil estate; 3) you'll pi accurate -
in Gainesville Florida at the bedside. of .3 bedroom, 2 baths $10,50
Vernest Alexanders chose the Thanksgiving their facts; 4) you II get.sklied, pro
t sister Mrs. Jessie West. fetsionit ppV ce;; 5) you'll see property totlli. Life time olumnlmun
entertain her friends was
holiday to at what that fits your needs and budget; 6) siding
described, as a 'real cool party', meaning a you'll receive hetp In finding sourcesof
'whing ding! Helen Wiley attended the Alpha Phi Chi flnlneln,.As Reattoraewe're ready 6949 NW 6th Ct.
Convention in South Carolina. to serve you. Call us any time.
CBS Beauty, $11,500. No
: Mildred Washington, took advantage of .a qualifying or closing COltl.
Guests at the Iota's Thanksgiving Dinner
t long week-end to spend the time ,in our state's'capital ORANGE BLOSSOM extra large lot.
were Valerie Grant and Dorothy Chaney.
Tallahassee. Mildred is librarian at AlIa-
SPECIAL HOMES FOR Put your money to work.
pattah Junior High.Congratulations. 3 bedroom home plus 3 Income -
Mr. and Mrs. James Knight of 1770 NW 84thSt. CHRISTMAS units. 12000.
wish to thank their pastorRev. and Mrs. W. 4
and best wishes to Vernon
E. Sims and the friends who attended their 7517511Evt 751-7111
Jackson and Mary Sands Washington who were.recently 141 NW 50 St.
married. house-warming on Sunday, Nov. 28. Exceptional custom-bullt ChaSe ,Fontana

10 room, 2Vi bath, CBS, residence *
Miami is all aglow as she awaits the Orange Mrs. Clyde Murray entertained their many tor Polka who want REALTOR

Blossom Classic festivities. Some guests were friends on Mr. Murray's birthday with a party at to entertain In style. Licensed Since 1937 /

early arrivals so they're enjoying the sun, surf their new home on 89th Terr and 20th Ave. 6016 N.W.1TH AVENUE
57 St. CBS Duplex
and races. As more and more "regulars"arrive

3- the'j?'!will 'be found dining, dancing and 'enjoying'' : ; I" At 'a party in their Opa Locka home, Mr.' and

the top night club attractions. Mrs. Oscar Johnson, announced the engagementof

their daughter Juanita to Wendell I Newsn.!

Happiness is being engaged. .Ondrea Lewis Wendell is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thompson LOT SALE H ", i
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lewis of Newson of Miami. Wendell is in the Air Force. I
Opa Locka and foster daughter of Mrs. Louise
Strickland of Miami to Mr. Astrid K. Mack, son
; of Mrs. Meta Mack and the late William Mack of DATELINES: /"WX....n
& ie December 1 Science Talent Search Begins
Daytona Beach, Florida. The wedding is \
duled for December 27, 1965. December 2. Pan American Health Day
December 4 Orange Blossom Classic AS LOW AS / $795' ;

December 5-7 Universal Bible Week
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip (Marcia Taylor)McCoy December 7 Pearl Harbor Day t... .
Vnd Cherline of D. C. dre -
daughter Washington, -
December 10 Human Rights Day
visiting their parents and grandparents, Mr. and December 15 Bill of Rights Day Call before 10 a.m. or after 5 p.m.
Mrs. McCoy and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Taylor.
December 17'Pan: American Aviation Day 6226 S. V/. 35th STREET
December 18 Hanukkah
Friends of Ralph Sawyer, Miamian now liv- December 21 Winter Arrives
ing in Washington, D. C. wish for him a speedy December 25 Christmas PHONE 6'613888'
recovery. December 31 New Year's Eve


Veronica's Guild of the THANK YOGI'MIAMII ;
Do You Need .
Church of the Transfiguration, .
15260 NW 19th Ave., Opa '
txt Locka, celebrates it's 3rd annual -
Autumn Leaves Tea, Sun- Money? ,
.# .c' day, Dec. 12, 4-6 p.m. Come
out and enjoy an evening of.
music and drama.

Dinner at the Sea Gull Hotel CLUB!
Saturday evening, Dec. 4 at syk s
Please plan to attend k
5 and p.m.bring your friends. Call ;' J I ,am deeply Indebted 4. FOR THE BOY SCOUTS GIRL SCOUTS,

Maude Symonette, 1921 he that hotel ample and leave provision your nameso can to .the ,many thousand s. YMCA, YWCA, ETC.ThenCall I

JW 71st St. announces the engagement -be made for you. G. W. Conolyis : who gave me their I
of her daughter, At Mr. Haller
1 i iAT
hea Frances Symonette to Ed- executive secretary. p. ", supportWE

vin Ronald Cheatham, son of I
Perkins F- dz
Ir. and Mrs. John :e
f Chicago. The brideelectas Herman McLeoa, High BUT WE'RE NOT 'CANDIE i
graduated from Mary Priest of the Masonic Order, i

lanse College, Toledo. Ohiod left on Nov. 23 for Kansas DEFEATEDTHERE L l. H 3670 N.W. 19TH ST., MIAMI
is a teacher in the Cleve- City, Mo., for a visit with his WILL BE !
and public school system. son and daughter-in-law, Mr. And let him tell you how "sweet" it Is to I
let fiance attends Cuyahoga and Mrs Hubert Earl McLeod. OTHER BALLOTS! I sell Laura Lee Candies for profits for |
'ommunity College. The wed- There he will join his daughters your ..
mg will be Jag 1 in Miami.LONGHORNI. __ Miss Alma McLeod, group.
teacher; and Major Alva Mc- Mrs. M. Athalie Range r
Leod of the Nurse Corp., sta- Call Mr. Haller6963600'mllwndt1111
tioned at Ft. Sam, Houston,
Texas. 11111 IWIftd l JbJ.nllnll lmmuum"ntlc ,


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THC! MIAMI TIMES Friday December 3 1965 7Pretty
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( I' Seven Syracuse punt return record
)/ BY DAVE BOHDU JIIJ ball 'stars 85 yards then broke it the
the 1965 week with a 95-yard

Introducing William A. Wynn, Jr. Who U this man? America Look noted.
Known as Bill Wynn. Where did he come from? and what They Jones, a fine pass receiver
does he do? and where is he going? Bill Wynn halls from man five yards a carry on
Sanford, Florida,he is 29 years of age,is married to a very Dame; ground and "ran for All
lo ely, understanding lady, and has one child. My first Minnesota e r I c a honors with four )r
contact with Bill was at the Urban Renewal Agency. We Nebraska; against Iowa," r
were Counselors for Urban Renewal, out in thefield knocking Johnny ; magazine.The .
on doors and talking to thefamilics were to be moved -backs complete roster of the
to other locations. He played a major part in the Crash California Look-FWAA All America
Program and was commended for a job well done. From cuse and :
there, Bill was being groomed for another program which igan State.The ENDS-FLANKERS Aaron
was in the making, and went to Washington, D.C. to be Minnesota; Bobby
orientated in President Lyndon B. Johnson's War on Poverty -
squad, Arkansas; Freemanr h
Program. Writers Nebraska.
Bill Is a highly educated man, he received his B.A. Degree is
from Bethune Cookman College in Daytona Beach and j
his Masters from the rent issue Notre Dane; Sam
Degree University of Wisconsin. He
posesses a vast knowledge of people. He wasn't born witha Kentucky; Walt Barnes MIAMIAN IS SWEETHEART AT FAMU-Miss Juanita
silver spoon in his n.;uth, he came up the hard way. er in a ; Wayne Foster Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Albert Davis 1655 NW
He knows what people go through to try to make a living State; Ron Goo- 4th Ave., is the sweetheart of the fellows in the Alpha
and see that their children are being brought up to be worth sive Michigan State; Glen
Florida A&M
Phi Omega Fraternity at University.
tackle for
while citizens. Hines, Arkansas; Tommy
The EOPI is not a money giving Agency but an Agency, the Texas; George Patton, is a sophomore business major
representing the Federal Government, which is to help poor Brown, gi a.CENTERS. i
poverty-stricken people to become self-supporting and learnto both Paul Crane GIVE( THE BEST NOT THE CHEAPEST
stand on their own feet, with heads raised high. One of the ; Frank Emanuel, Ten
the main functions of the EOPI is to Inform people regard- ton State, Send a PRIZE Pack! N tPRICI PackIwptrb
less of Race, Creed or Color, what their rights are as Amer- with a
BACKS Donny Anderson,
ican Citizens. There are many,many things that come under out the BUSHEL DELUXE
Tech Mike Garrett %
; ,
the Agency's Program, to mention a few, Social Security, and then
Health, Education and Welfare, high school dropouts, California; Jim Gra- _
Job and offense Illinois; Clinton Jones INDIAN RIVIR Cltrutrim $ 95
Housing, Development any other problem dealing AuorUd Tropical Candy 7
with the human being. Mr. Wynn's work-day begins at 7 jaw wired State; Floyd Little, and Marmaladti. DIIIVIRIDFLA. t
A.M. and ends to the wee-hours of the morning. Since he White Nick Rassas, Notre .J.
began the functions of the EOPI, starting last October, he ka ; Johnny Boland, Mis FRUIT PACKERS AND ....
hasn't had much home life because his activities keeps him one ; Steve Spurrier, Florida.Longborn SHIPPERS, NC. "',...J"

on the go, and his wife wTTo is an understanding person, ey's Formerly COOPER'S 751-8291 All SMpmcntfCUARANTEED
tries to be with him on a catch as catch can basis. He is a the top 261 N.W. 36 St.
good husband and a father, a church going man, a hard heap,"
worker, and above all, a fine human being. That's WillIam Boland
WynnHe's dcstianed to go to greater heights in the halfback, -
field he has been chosen for. His concern for the poor is
big and beyond the call of duty. Try to remember a name
you are yet to hear more than any other in South Florida pass

_and thatsBi11Wynn.Girl of the Week: Marie Guyton (EOPI Secretary) most laity Garrett ** .BLOSSOM CLASSIC

Pretty Boy of the Week: Dr. Ira Davis "if is't .. -_ -
Musician of the Week: Maxie Newbold (Tenor Sax ) -

QUICK NOTE: Clyde Killens special Classic Show_ magazine the MR--W::: SPECTACULAR
this weekend will upset downtown, with the Soul Pleasers, calls him e
Betty Harris, Little Eddie Taylor, Etta Camerson and player w .
Jimmy McGriffin plus a line of dancing girls. After the didn't
parade there will ie dancing til 6 P.M. Whenever Clyde '
t, steps into the picture, you know he'11 have the best in Down- year's Little A,I A: 10 BIG ACTS
town Miami. The show \\ill be an all night affair Rich-
ard Saunders, better-known as Rico, is work- ai Mffc fc fcg,,,-,
ing for Maymc Bondu at the "Pirates Den"
/ { in the all new plush Oceanus Hotel in Free- '" 'lR
port, Grand Bahamas. .Milton Hardrick "Anytime"a 'PAUL. KELLY
has a terrific show at Miami Beach Convention 9:
sl Hall after the Classic. The fabulous : Oy .'. )> '
V '. '' ,& \
Cannonball Adderly and Aretha Franklin B ;' .c. '
; will entertain from 11 p.m.untilSa.m. Teen- f. ,
Y agers will be able to dig this duet on Sunday E Y > t 9. 3. -" 1 HT ,

.. at Bayfront Park. *' '* r d :R :': :Origiiiaj Coesinsu '.
T \ ': .;
) This Is the weekend we've been waiting for. I "CILLS&j1EwVER".r :
't "' S ,I -,. '11 .t<' .,.. .,. ,. .!
L. ; Orange Blossom Classic time. People from "
all over and ever' which way are in town, U .RECORDED, oN.p1ARECDRD, .:
and you'll see some faces you have missed around town. | x t "* *"* > M, /
or missed during the Classic last year or the year before.
There'll be many things to see, things to do and places to
go .and for the first time that I can recall, the Official 1 I 1 2 GREAT BANDS I
Dance of the Classic will present a "big name" show at
Dinner Key Auditorium. Little Jr. Parker and Joe Hinton
along with a host of other stars. Even a teen-age matinee '
will be presented in the early afternoon. .around 4 from Tiger; Kittens>> a Au GQ f GoP
This is one of promoter, Bo Anderson's, ideas. Aside ,
that, ust about every night club in town will have some-
thing fine going on and The James Club will be about the
swinglngest place to go. All in all, I hope that everyonewill *3 GREAT NITES
have a happy Orange Blossom Classic Weekend


I spent the Thanksgiving week-end in Freeport. Paid visitto I "COME TO SEE ME
Mayme at her new club in the Oceanus Hotel. The open- BABY" FRI 11:30 P.M. -1:30: AM.SAT. .
Ing was held last Saturday night and the show was just
great. The show included Trevor Wellington and his or SUN 11:30: PM1:30: A.M,
chestra, Peanuts Taylor, Benjamin Chipman, Chickie Home .
and swinging sensation, Jeff Addams. The MAT 3 TO 7
club called The Pirate's Den" is out of this SHOW TIMES
f. world. It looks like the Inside of an old pi-
: rate ship and is across the street from the '
V cl Lucayan Beach Hotel. which is a dream a 3 TO 7 MAT.
tt to seeinitself.'l'hegambling casino was load-
t \) 9:30 11:30 :30: 3:30: -
ed with people trying their luck at the gameof :
/ chance. Back to the Pirate's Den '
f there as an overflow crowd,and someof our : : ,
friends did not get in to see the show. Mrs.
a Louise Mitchell (Original Rubin's family)
\J were some of these persons. They were over
t for the vueek-end with Rubin who is work-
ing a local club. .Oh yes! back to the gambling. What
I saw makes me realize what Florida is missing m far DAI

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We've had such a nice week. Sergeant Times of LOVE' LONGHORN!
the Nassau Police visited with us about a month ago.
His lovely wife spent some time with us Friday night.It .
was so good to meet you Mrs. Times. Come back 4k wes
soon We did enjoy partying with you.
Our Ft. Lauderdale friends drove down Sunday ,,Ow Earl's, .
afternoon. Enjoyed our ribs and cold cold Schilti. Had 5
a gang In all day Sunday. Too bad we have to close at av GE 4 1C ebra LoaageWhere
seven. That's when we are all ready to ball. And
that's what we did Sunday night, went up to Harlem
Gardens with Billy and his lovely lady, sipped a little '
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LaRose Phillips and Arnett Wagner sipped SCUD-
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Hope you enjoyed the barbecue ribs.
When you're hungry stop In and try our barbecue.Our 846
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10 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, December 3, 1965 .

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titled the third week as a
(r EVANGELSITBASOENI "Miracle Week" and believe

I RETURNS me it was a miracle week. A

young girl came into the meetIng -
I crippled and unable to

walk without assistance but
after Sis. Kathleen annotated

her she leaped and jumped to :
the floor completely healed. NEW BETH EL BAPTIST

MT. CARMEL BAPTIST She stated the doctors gave H
'fl Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor
t'w .
her two months to live but God
Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor 1571 NW 68th Terrace
Louise McOriff, reporter I saw fit to heal her body com- ;

We had a wonderful Wo- .. pletely. Many others received The senior usher board is

man's Day on Sunday. Mrs. healing. sponsoring a Night of Films

Maybelle Anderson delivered Marjorie Williams Bass re- Friday, Dec. 10 at 8 p.m. The

a wonderful message. We will ceived two experiences and 's\ films that will be shown are
her blessed during *+43
pray God's blessing upon was wonderfully "As For Me And My House"and
that the Lord will forever this meeting.We .
bless her. '.The Tenth Blessing."

At 3 p.m. the panel discus- commend Evangelist 'Our star production will be
Basden highly and proud to
sion was wonderful. The even- "The Tenth Blessing. This
know God has raised a "Prophetess' -
i ing message was delivered by I right our very colorful film, photographed in
t our own Sis Jessie Lee Smith Evangelist Kathleen L. India, tells the story of Sama,

which was enjoyed by all. Basden, formerly Moss, returned own.Kathleen graduated from a Bible teacher, how when a
We would like to thank all
home and gave us an- Carver High School in the year young girl, she learned to read
who helped us make this a
other "Holy Ghost" time. 1948 and furthered her education from the Bible, through the ef-
great day for us the chairman
Yes, the blessings fell in her
co-chairman and all the cap- own back yard, the Church of at Florida A&M University forts of a missionary, and the

tains wish to express their God of Prophecy, located on and graduated with hon- I effect of this on her future

thanks to those who worked Grand Ave., Coconut Grove, ors. After leaving college she I life. How Sama overcame dif-

with them so wonderfully and Bro. Peter Davis, pastor. became a licensed teacher for I ficulties presented by the pre-
thank you for turning out with Sis. Kathleen started this ten years and taught physical "'.Jr-'H. --''-\m/: at' J"7' judice of her family and how

them. We like to thank the great revival Nov. 11 with a education with great respect Mme. Edna Gallmon Cooke (the Sweetheart of the she aplied her knowledge in
visiting women from the differ- great manifestation of the from many who know her and helping others to change their

ent churches that took part on power of God. Her first mes- received training under her Gospel Singers), Sons of Faith, Rev. Julius Cheeks lives by learning to read, make

the program also our own who sage was Jeremiah 8th chapter supervision. Kathleen was and the Four Knights will appear at the Longshoreman's inspiring film.

played a great part. Truly we and did she preach? You well liked in her professionand Hall, 816 NW 2nd Ave., Friday, Dec. 10, at 8:30. The admission charge is
are blessed. Come again to should have been there. Never
see us, visitors are always before have we heard such a now that God has called Tickets on sale at North's Travel Bureau, Tobacks 75* for adults and 50C for

welcome. Remember the sick message: "The Harvest is her for a greater professionshe Grove Pharmacy, and' Earnest Record Shop. That's children. Please come out and

and shutins and those who Past and the Summer is Gone is well liked by many and Friday, December 10. make this endeavor a success.

have lost their loved ones. and we are yet saved." Hearts the same .ualIties- are posses- Remember Dec. 10 at 8 p.m.
burned under the great "an- Titus Tillma, president, Shir-
noin ting" of this gifted womanof sed.The
CHURCH OF INCARNATIONADVENT Coconut Grove church ley Nottage, secretary.ST. .
God. Anointed fingers to
showed Sis. Kathleen much
play music, sing and preach.
I love and showered her with JAMES AME CHURCHRev.
During the first week two of kinds and her
Low Mass, 8 a.m. persons were saved and sanc- gifts many J. B. Blacknell, pastor
School 9:30 tified with offerings totaled $284. The Bert Cooper
Sunday a.m. one receiving the reporter
I Sung Mass and Sermon, 11 Holy Ghost, namely Sis. Rosetta Williams sisters presented her The November-ites concluded

a.m. Rolle and Sis. Doretha with a beautiful velvet cape their Calendar Rally

The Rev. Earle Hackett, Parker. Sis. Parker is a regis- and flowers. We will long re- with a spicy.program and report -

Vicar, has resigned, to the regret tered nurse at Cedars of Leba- member our Sis. Moss and pray last Sunday night, and

of the congregation.Fr. non Hospital and we are proudof God will keep her in His care now the December-ites takeover

Hackett served us for Sis. Parker because we because indeed she is a "rep the reins with Mrs. Esther

nine months. During that time need more professionall) people lica" of the Church of God of Scott in the driver's seat.

he has won the hearts of the into our fold.Seemingly. Prophecy. May God bless and I Mrs. Eliza James and her
this was just the
of November-born
congregation and has made keep is our andGod's group mem-
you prayer
beginning of the revival and it for
bers are to be commended
Our best
many improvements. ,continued with Holv Ghost blessings as you jour-
the excellent work they have
wishes for him in whatever his
singin preaching and back Atlanta.Sis. .
be. g, helping: ney to 'done in reporting an envious

new We undertaking welcome the may Rev. Rod- Evangelist Kathleen. en- Zephenorah Williams $1,106.60, with a probable unfinished -

ney Brace who is serving us -- ---- report of "late" mon-

until another vicar is chosen. BISHOP AND MRS. HATCHERAT SALTER'S CHAPEL AME ies to be collected.
I This intense but friendly

SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCHRev. ST. PAUL SUNDAY Rev. H. J, Benson, pastor competition among the groups
Flossie Marshall, reporter and chairmen is refreshing, so
A. M. Griffin, pastor Bishop E. C. Hatcher, the much so that the December
Sis. C. M. Myles, reporter 'Presiding Prelate of the South Hello everyone. We are so .... chairman gave notice to the
The No. one choir would Florida District of the AME glad to be back home from our 0 '- .. _..- -- November-ices and all others
like to thank Rev. Sims and Church has successfully held annual conference. And to that their reports were just

congregation for making its the 75th session of the South start a new year in church "chicken feed" compared to
Florida AME Conference at work. Our pastor was returned Myron D. Leff, executive director of the Metro- what she will report at the end
anniversary a success spiri- back to us. We were so glad.
tually and financially. Total Mt. Hermon AME Church in Thursday, morning our pas. Dade Urban Renewal Agency, is shown giving check of-December.-- We shall see!

raised was $481. Ft. Lauderdale and is now en- tor' preached the missionarysermon. for $54,000 to Sherman H. Smith, St. Paul Church Trus- Rev. J. B. Blacknell, being

Bible Class every Thursdayat route to the annual conference Our choir and ushers tee Board chairman. From left, Joseph Schwartz, Roose- secretary to the Annual Con-

8 p.m. You are welcome to which will convene in Nassau, were in charge.We velt Savings and Loan Association, the mortgage holder ference which was held at Mt.

attend. General business meet- Bahamas. are so happy to have a Linton Lovett, assistant Dade County attorney, Hermon AME, Ft. Lauderdale,

ing Friday 8 p.m. The pastoris Conference During the at South Mt. Hermon Florida great spiritual leader like Rt. Leff, the Rev. Thomas C. Kelly, Jr., minister St. Paul was quite busy during the
asking all auxiliaries to Rev. E. C. fetcher for our week. Rev. David Williams,
Church and Smith. Miami-Metro-News Bureau Photo.
Rev. F. E. Sneed
make their reports. The pastor bishop to )lead us forward intoa assistant pastor,was in chargeof
many policies of the church deeper understanding in the service Sunday. Rev. Black-
requests: taat all trustees mee t:
were dealt with and appoint- ,
African Methodist Church and I a nell was returned to the
him at the church Saturday at ment of pastors were made. its work. .Yk 1f'r Fri ndly Church." Serviceswill

I 8 p.m. Miami has had returned to the In the conference Sister be as usual this Communion -

Greater Bethel AME Church, Margaret Johnson was ordaineda Sunday.
McGHANEY SPEAKS the Rev. S. \. Cousin and to local deacon. In the minis-

: Here I am again after a fewr' ley St. Jr.Paul, the Rev. T. C. Kel- try are Sister Claudia Dixon MT. SINAI RAISES $5,307.09
I of illness and I thank Sister Flossie Marshallwere
days The Bishop and his wife, ordained local elders in The termination of a most
;'4 God that He came into this old
Mrs. Oretha Hatcher are the the church. Miss Christine Bo- successful and glorious drive
of mine and made
g weak
guests of Rev. and Mrs. Kel- san Miss Muriel Ward and Mrs.' was held at Mt. Sinai Baptist
it It is to
I strong again. great
ley, and on Sunday Dec. 5
Annie Lee Gunter received r Church last :Sunday in obser-
be back on the old ship of
at 11 a.m. the Bishop will deliver ving its 31st annual Woman's
Zion. It is also wonderful to certificates for the YOD De
come into your homes with the Communion sermon at Day.Mrs.
St. Paul at 1876 NW 51st Ter. Ruth Spann and Mrs.
of mine. I don'tknow
these sayings
Crusadres wish to r
Combined choirs and the Carrie McNeal, chairman and
if you miss me but I sure thank each and everyone for
male chorus under the direc- co-chairman, respectively,
missed you all in spirit, nowI making the pastor's appreciation -
tion of Mrs. Ruth Scott and along with the entire church
can witness again that whom Mrs. W. Robinson will furnish a success also for the rejoice with great thankfulnessfor
God keepeth is well kept. And gifts to Mrs. Benson. The Cru- the
spiritual and financial
he that saders wish to thank Salter's
npw I say to you, support that was received from
dwelleth in the secret placeof Chapel in a special way for Susie
MT. MORIAH BAPTIST Mrs. C. Holley, who de-
the most high shall abide the money that was given to livered the morning message

under the shadow of the Al Perrine, Fla.. them for conference. Words Winners in the baby contest ardson, third prize; Lisa Daw-, with great spiritual depth. The

mighty. So until a later date, Susie Williams, reporterA cannot express our feelings held at St. Luke AME Churchon kins, first prize; and Johnnie Bethany Seventh Day Adven-

if God's will thanks for read- very inspiring sermon toward you. This we say Sunday, Nov. 21 are pic- Hutchinson, runner-up. Rev. tist Church Woman's Choir,

ing and God bless all of you. was delivered by Rev. E. J. thanks-will see you Sunday. tured above with their parents. James A. Grisby (rear) is the the various churches, clubs

Sheppard last Sunday at the Left to right are Rhoda Rich- pastor. Glamour photo. and many friends. We gratefully -

CHURCH OF CHRIST 11 a.m. serviceAt acknowledge this debtof
3 p.m. Pall Bearers' MT. CALVARY BAPTIST gratitude.
Lodge No. 10 of Perrine cele- 1612 NW 5th Court GREATER NEW MACEDONIA FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev.

1600 NW 54th Street brated its anniversary with the Rev. S. Atchison, pastor

in Christian following lodges as guests: Constance Carter, reporter 3165 NW 56th Street W. M. Davis, pastor

Congregations Numbers 62, 35. 33, 23. 18. Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor Mrs Darnella Turner, reporter CENTERVILLA
Churches throughout Sunday, December 5, will
Science The Rev. W. C. Edcar delivered Willie J. Beard, reporte I KINDERGARTEN
"' the world will hear a Bible be the last opportunity to take Our Men's Day was a great
] Lesson this Sunday on "God a very searching message.On Communion this year. Let us Services on last Sundaywere success. We were honored with 5861 N.W. 17TH AVENUE
and Creator." Sunday, Dec. S at 11 to as usual. The junior Art Green
the Only Cause everyone come out on as guest speaker.
1 The readings will open with a.m. Mrs. Lula Moran, our Mis- Sunday and partake in Com- church along with the pastor Rev. Murray was our afternoon CERTIFIED PERSONNELHOT
sionary will be with us. All were in charge.We .
from the first munion.An i .
the last verse speaker and
W. M. Bou-
and hear were immensely blessed
chapter of Genesis, "And God are to come invitation is extended to yer of Pahokee
everything that lie had her. The sisters are asked not everyone to attend the last that the Lord has brought us as our evening PICK-UP SERVICE
to forget to bring a covered speakers. To our speakers
made and behold it was very meeting of the Willing Workersfor this far and the circle has visitors and members REGISTER NOW
dish. Mrs. Ceola Bruton
pres- been broken only are
good. this year. A special treatis thrice. We hopeful that the
ident day
was a 691-7796 OR 696-3002
in store for all who attend. are truly thankful to Him. very enjoyable
attend one and that
All are welcome to The Rev. Woods of Perrine
The date is December 5 at 4p.m. Let us continue to pray you will all
services Sunday at 11 a.m. and is in Jackson Memorial Hos for the sick and shutins. with us again.come and worship Mil. R. E. Copeland, Sup. ;

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at Everglades Closes /ESCA's 4w --I 1

40th Anniversary, Pepper is Speaker. 'k.e 1P''L (I iI I\

Forty years of Building Mrs. King: and Miss-Raymond i
(Hotter Neighborhoods was highlighted; the events 1927 under the leadership tens It isa UNITED :MACiKNCY. )) / -.'

celebrated by the James M of the early days and 1 Dr. of definite/ Captain James E. Scott, t t
Association objectives were spelled Father Theodore H. Jib-
Scott Community Henry A. McCinnis, Dean!
at a dinner honoring the new School of Social out, "To relieve suffering son a past president will introduce \
pioneers Thursday, IXxx m- Work at Barry Colk-gewill among the Negroes by securing and present awardsto 1
ber 2nd on the Uoof of the take a look into the luture. immediate and adequateassistanceto the pioneers Mrs. ElizaBeth -
Everglades: Hotel. Mrs. 1 Kliabcth : The Honorable Claude Pepper attempt to cureit l Cooley King and :Miss
Cooley King, one of the guest t speaker talked b> sympathetic trained in Mary C Kaymond. 1I
the pioneers being honored, about Building Hotter! Neighborhoods telligent service, and to prevent 1I
it by active
worked with Jane Addamsat He discussed the : cornmunit> \
work. A
famed Hull House in Chicago. role of the Economic practical program
J bur }health, tiift and happiness (
She brought her en- Program.The .
was launched Ratla
and knowledge of dinner music
Ihusiasm was provided r
cooperation has
; neighborhood centers and u> MissJosie Roberts, always
played an important ir
welfare services to Dade a member of the Golden; Age part North Miami Beach center
carrying on the work of Ihl Eldridge Mitchell, receives I
'ounty forty years ago. Club and formerly the I Director organization. In 1925 (itwa* K y the Most Valuable Player award in the Cran- .\
: Early records show that of Music at Hethune
. a great experiment but hat berry Bowl played Thanksgiving Day between tt
back in the early twenties Cookman College. The game t
. conditions under which the Lord's Prater was sung by grow up and to be aggressive a live, progressive organization Opa Locka and North Miami Beach teams at Opa Locka

\egro lived were not as favorable Father Nicholas A. l Derrick through which in Field. North Miami Beach won. Making the presentation -
as they are today.In also a member theColden; Willie Pastrano left director of Southr
spiral i i ion, encouragemenand is youth
the fall of 1925 several Age Club. Mrs. Harolean S.
help have been receive east Florida Dairy Institute. At right is Maypr Arthur
\eground Whitepeopleuni- Storr sang (;Jhe Me Your
by thousand ol
ted themselves to do some- Tired, Your Poor" Mrs. It was the beginning Negroes.oft Snyder of North Miami Beach. Looking on behind the

, thing about thesituationand Henry Halaban opened the program in human relation trio is Mayor Don Mongiello of Opa Locka. All boys
F:. Scott Community dinner with "America." awards from the
the James that still exist within the agency with the teams also received merit
Association was born. President Carth C. Reeves and other<:ommunitles Dairy Council of South Florida. I
Elizabeth Cooley King was is very proud of the tact that The II
similarity to the goals Gloria II. Adams, 15, one
of the charter board several children who attended
one ol the Economic
Opportunity of the finalists in the 1965-66
members. Miss Mary C. the Day Nursery that was Program shows that for forty National Achievement Schol- .
|la> mond the other pioneer opened in June, W25 arestill ,cars the James M Scott arship Program for outstanding BURLANG ASSOCIATES
being honored was the Dil'l'C. active members in the agency Community Association has Negro students, has receiveda CHOICE LOCATION EMPLOYMENT AGENCY

tor of the first Dade County program. been fighting the "War on merit award from the Dairy Beautiful Home N.W. 54th STREET
Chest which Pats Evans who is 119 502
Community >
pro- Poverty. Florida.
: Council of South 258 NW 39th St
with its first old and the oldest 757-7674
tided the t
agency years per- It provides and has provided The daughter of Mrs. Flor-
lunds. son in the country to becerti- for forty years a program zell Adams, 3000 NW 71st St., 4 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car
Mrs. King is well-known lied for Medicare has been a of activities using the is a senior in Miami North- garage, well and pump,wallto Finest domestic and com-
for the leadership she has member lor more than twen- group work process for all western Senior High School. wall carpeting, sundeck mercial jobs in this area.
(given in the development of ty-fi\e years. She attended ages from pre-school to sen- She is treasurer of Girl Advisors and city sewers. Ideal for ALSOExcellent -
Public Welfare in Dade and the meetings of th Golden; large family or for those domestic
ior citizens a member of Senior Fed- who like to entertain. See open-
Palm (Heath Counties. She Age Club until about three The James K. Scott Community eration and National Honor it today or call: ings now In New York and
was the J Director of the State sears ago. Association has a Society and a statistician for PL 7-6573 OwnerDec. Connecticut.Transportation
Welfare Service for many Miss Olive Alexander, the program that meets the the football team. She is a advanced.
\ears. As President of the director has worked lor the standards of the National member of the Episcopal 4
1 Florida Conference for Soc agency lor over thirty-five I Fedeiation of Settlements Church of the Incarnation.
Welfare and through this, years. :Mr. Reeves said,"shc and Neighborhood Centers.It .
organization she lobbied for has given the fine leadership is t the only member agencyin u-
the first Workman Compensation necessary for an agent to Florida. ThelistoUucc ss 1
Laws in Florida. survive two name changes, stories of members is long. NOW !
Miss Mary Raymond, a two bank crashes, a severe Many of them are doctors,
close personal friend, is now depression and Community teachers businessmen, good *
retired and living in New Chest Failuies.1 mothers, and good fathers
Oilcans where she worked "Our history is an interesting who are community leaders.

since she left Dade County.She one" says Miss Alex- The agency operates two
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12 THE Ml I AMI TIMES December 3 1965
E Friday
of 352
Fred W. Robinson
NW 14th St., apt, 4 died Nov.

Mrs. Lenora Miller, 16561 Mrs. Sylvia Boone of 3146 26. lie is survived ht his wife

NW 19th Ave., died Nov. 21 SW 26th Ave., West Hollywood Ruby three children. Patrick

I CARDS -MEMORIALS DEATHS at Jackson Hospital. Serviceswere passed Nov 24. Survivors are and Fred Jr., Paulette; three

held Saturday November' her husband, William a daughter sisters, Florence Rolle Maude

27 at 2 p.m. at St. Mary's Wesleyan Mrs. Shirley Jackson; four Johnson and Frances Williams
-- Methodist Church with brothers Frank Dave Mungeon -''a brother Norman Robinson
and Jeff Curry; a sister Services were held on Thurs-
Rev. H. V. Stuart officiating.
IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSWe Mrs. Addie Jenkins; six grands
IN MEMORIAMOf Survivors include two sisters day in the chapel.
I loving memory of our the family of the late J I Mrs. Sarah Washington and nine nieces and nephews. Ser- ************

dear wife, mother and grandmother MRS. MARY E. J. BROWN Mrs. Millie Bethel; a brother vices were First held Baptist in the Church Gethse-in Mrs. Nell Singletary 2145

of 3627 Percival Ave., Miami, two aunts, Mrs. Leta Finl ay- mane NW 55th St., died Nov. 24.

: who departed this life Nov. 11, I son and Mrs. Sarah Johnson; Hollywood.sass****** She is survived by two sons,
r Charles and James six brothers -
1965 wish to express our two uncles Matthew Bethel Mrsl Lizzie Pearl Bloom of
Rev. T. R. Harrison,
and Charles Clarence Finlay-
heartfelt thanks and appreciation 2109 NW 56th 'St. passed Nov' Charles Harrison Lincoln

to our many kind friends son. 29. She is survived by her Little Solomon Harrison Clifford -

and neighbors for their many husband John Sr., seven sons
acts of kindness, messages of Baby Boy and Baby Girl James Field, Raymond,, Kirk' Harrison, Collie Harrison,
sympathy telegrams cards Rodgers twins of Johnny and Michael, Kelvin, Ronald and two sisters Mrs. Frances
and condolences also for the Joyco Rodgers 2179 NW 69th White and Mrs. Geraldine Walker. -
John Bloom Jar' three daughters -
beautiful floral offerings received Lane died Nov. 21. Graveside Services will he helc on
Sylvia Blonzetta and De-
during our hour of be services held in Evergreen Saturday at Mt. Carmel 'Baptist
reavement.And nise Bloom; an aunt, Mrs. Dai-
wantto Cemetery. Survivors are sy Mae Miller; two uncles. Ser- Church at 3 p.m.
particularly we his parents and other relatives ************
thank our pastor the Rev. vices Monday at 4 p.m. in the
chapel. She will be in repose Mrs. Cora Stebbibs of 2743
E. Wright who deliveredthe
T. ,
I t Baby Girl Hudson 1716 NW 56th St., died Nov. 27. She
Ii after 2 Sunday.
that most P.m.
eulogy was con-
i NW 3rd Ave., died Nov. 17. is survived three
and comforting. Many ********** by sons
I soling
Graveside services Friday.
Leola Durham of 317 Willie Jr., Berry and Leroy a
who Mrs.
._,.... thanks to the others par- ----- -
... NW 5th St., Pompano passed daughter Mrs. Aurdey Chest-
ticipated on the program. Many ALTON (Rags) JOHNSONwho Baby Girl Denard 14861
\ ? ... words of praise do we give to departed this life Dec. Nov. 26 at home. Survivors archer nut; thirteen grandchildren.
Pierce St., died Nov. 22. Ser-
Services held Thurs-
were on
Williams Funeral husband James a son
..... the 4, 1964. vices Friday, Nov. 26. Survivors day at St. Paul AME Church.
1:: Home for their courtesies and he Ernest Bembry a daughter,
'! Beautifully lived. are mother Carolyn and ************
ILr '><.._._.__,'n.w...:. .... .._. efficiency.May We who well loved him other relatives. Minnie Grooms a mother Mrs.
Ellis James of 3312 NW
God bless you. know, Lula Brantley a grandmother
CORA ANN SUMNER 50th St., passed Nov. 29. He
Services were held Monday at
PERTHONEwho Mrs. Eva Briggs and FamilyIN Blessing with kindly handsour
Mt. Calvery Baptist Church. is survived by his wife, Ada
departed this life Dec. 2, ************ three sons. Olden, Rubin and
Softening death's blow.
1964. MEMORIAMIn RICHARDSON Mack Reid Jr. of 420 NW Paul, five daughters Mozelle
"Servant of God well done Mrs. Ludella Johnson DeShay Lucille Heard GraceJ.
of mother 17th St. died as the result of
Thy 'glorious warfare's done, memory our And Son Mrs. Emma Dixon died Nov. an accident on Nov. 27. He is Ran Susie Munnings and

The battle's fought 21. She leaves to mourn a survived by his wife Charlotte Cora Lee Children a brother

And The victory's won k sister Mrs, Maggie Leonard three children his parents Slater James many grandchildren -
thou are crowned at last. IN MEMORIAM three brothers Lennie Dykes Mr. and Mrs. Mack ReidSr. nieces and nephews. Services

of Miami Will and Jack Dykes ., thirteen brothers and sis- Friday at 2 p.m. in the
James Perthone, husband In loving of lov-
Constance Sandilands memory my of Smithfield G*., an aunt, ters. Services will be held on chapel. Mr. James will repose
ing wife,
daughter Mrs. Eldora Thomas of Macon, Monday Dec. 6 in the chapel. after 2 p.m. Thursday.

Harolean, Harold, Valderia <1 Ga., several nieces and nep-
'and Bertha ews. The remains wife shipped
.! 1J'ir: to Albany, Ga. IJJDl ----
Edward Burrows died Nov OPEN SUNDAY AFTER I P.M.

The family of the I late t + I' { 22. Best House in Block Must See

MARGARET MUNNINGS ..... J. ; Services for Mrs. Rosa Lee F 2 houses on one lot 3 bedrooms, 2 bath/2

wishes to express its deepest t '+fII I' 1 Williams were held Nov. 23 at bedrooms, 1 bath, $18,000. $1,000 down. Open
appreciation to their i many 1t .r Mt. Sinai Baptist Church. Her
friends and neighbors for the survivors are a daughter Mrs. 26 on Sunday.
beautiful flowers, telegrams, -1.
Y Willie Ann
Polite of Miami
cards, cars donated and other ,
3 bedroom bath
2 CBS FHA Priced
kind acts of sympathy shown >\ sister, Mrs. Arlene Jenningsof $13,000

during our hour of bereavement. MRS. HATTIE JACKSONwho Bainbridge, Ga. and a son- $400 down. $75 per month.
in-law, Edmond Polite. =
Special thanks to Rev. L. A. S
this life
departed Nov.
------ Week's
Thompson, officers and members 30, 1962.Although. I This Special
jof Temple Baptist Church, t J. D. Smith, 104 NW 6th ,
all departments for theij.donat-: she is gone but not .5 St., died Nov. 19. He leavesto
forgotten. she in a
May rest .
ions, Tabernacle No. 57 of mourn his wife, Georgette

Love and Charity Lodge, and peace. a daughter, Miss Merva Wright a
Francis Funeral Home for Mrs. Ida Mae Hopkins, a son, Chester of Washington "'-

their excellent service. May Mrs Mable Lowe, _._._- ,. ,,. two sisters Mrs. Anna Clarkof tl Reza
God bless each and everyoneof daughtersJoel Miami and Mrs. Willie B. PB'1' 'K+"'
yotuI ; Hopkins, son-in-law MRS. BERTHA ROBINSONGone Range of St. Petersburg w
Other relatives & friendsIN but not forgotten. Me- Remains
were shipped to
f .
I mory goes on.Emanuel
The Family Adel, Ga.

CARD Robinson, husband .. "'
OF THANKS Clarence trli"
Memory of a beloved Patricia Robinson, daughter 5th Court died Nov.of 1154 23. NW He w .w'.,...'....., :t\I-. .._ ,"',<' ..+..' '
Maude Jackson sister -
The family of the late aunt and sister ,
Mamie Warren sister leaves to mourn, his wife 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Fla room, carport, total
FRED L. BLACK Mittie a son, Cleveland Jr.
Services will be held in the price $14,000. $250 down. Only $79 per mo.
wish to thank the friends and
neighbors for cards, telegrams IN MEMORIAMIn chapel Dec. 1 at 2 p.m. Ask for Mr. George Major.
and flowers. Special thanks to sad but loving memory of Mrs. Hazel Bethel of 1800 Nice Clean CBS s
the ministers who were so NW 73rd St. died Nov. 26. She
our dear husband father and
kind and understanding. Thanks is survived by her husband 590 NW 53rd Street s

also to the Silver Slipper Club grandfather George, a sister Mrs. Hattie Total FHA price only $10,000. $300 down. Ii
of Key West,the Range Funeral 4 Sweeting of Miami, two brothers -
Home and staff and everyone Willie Walker of Harbor $62 per month.

whjb was so kind. Island and Tom Walker of Miami WE ONLY HAVE 2 NO QUALIFYING i
}',We thank you from the bottom nephews and nieces. Ser-

of our hearts. vices Thursday at 10:30: a.m. HOUSES

111rs. Mary T. Black, wife z at St.Agnes Episcopal Church. 3 bedroom, 1 bath with enclosed garage,
M229 N.W. 52nd St.
James Brown, 916 NW 2nd CBS, price only. $12,500.

I IN MEMORIAM t Ave. died Nov. 29 leaving to
mourn a wife, Julia and a host
\ J of friends. 558 NW 49th St. Move in today. 2 bedroom, 1

LILLIE WILSON bath, arport. CBS. You name the down payment -

who passed Nov. 29
away _..______
1964. We love her, but God FRANCIS.

w loves her best.Dorothy Expressway Urban Renewal
Mrs. Bernice Mary Fowler or taking your

Howard, niece a pioneer Miamian of 1958 NW home ? See us today. We have many 2.3 bed-
Lucy sister
REV. PHILIP B. HEROUTwho 4th Ct. died Nov. 28. Services room homes for $200down. $100()() to veterans.

..IN MEMORIAM departed this life Decem- Saturday 9 a.m. at St. Agnes I
oer 5, 1955. Episcopal Church with Fr. OPEN 9 TO 1 EVERY DAY INCLUDING

May his soul rest in peace Lambert Sands officiating. Re- SATURDAY & SUNDAY
x w md light perpetual shine upon mains will repose in the chapel _
him. 9 a.m. Friday until 5:30: l
.: ;
fi a.m. Saturday. Remains will UNIVERSAL

Mrs. Jane Herout, wife repose in the church 6 a.m. I" REAL ESTATE

.... .. .. -L, The Family Saturday. Mrs. Fowler was a
member of the Order of Eastern
SARAH LEWIS HOUSE OF ALBERT. Staf Love and Charity, Grand 4600 NW 7 Ave 7518642L.
April 1, 1893-Nov. 30, 1964. =
Clyde Bonner 1818 NW United Order of Pallbearers
Rest eternal grant her Oh God! 62nd Terr., died Nov. 14. Re- Household of Ruth and the Altar eJ
4 ..III.... ..... lInmllllmmnmmmmmmmuuunnnnDl
shine 4 l ll1mmm
Let light perpetual upon 1 4 Y mains were sent to Tuscaloosa Guild of St. Agnes Church.

her. Ala for final rites. Survivors include a daughter

Enos Mackey Son Mrs. Kelcena Ferguson Smith;

Willie Harris, 2020 NW 5th three sons, Arthur, Eugene and 1 iiewiii; c

.y Place, died Nov. 27. Services Christopher Cole; two sisters i ( fflpmartal f arh ;

IN MEMORIAMIn conducted Monday from the Mrs. Louella Fowler and Mrs. j

loving memory of our '1,,"" 3SSSSSSS Liberty City chapel. Survivorsare Margaret Hanna. I HAS Preinterment plots of a grave spacet or less j

.. ..... wife, Pearl; three daugh ALSO Immediate I
dear father --' 3. JII ters, three sons, a rfister, Henry Ford of 2110 NW I single grave space interment I

JOSEPH LEVARITYwho MRS. ELLA KNOWLESwho three brothers, nieces and 3rd Ave., apt. 3 died Nov. 26.) Boxes and vaults permitted t

departed this life Dec. 2, departed this life Demec- nephews. at the Veterans Hospital in i Gates open 7 days for convenience
1964. ber 6, 1950. May she rest in Mt. Rose, N.Y. Services were your
Remembering that sad day. peace and may light perpetual Baby girl Brady, daughter held Tuesday. Survivors are I 3001) NW 46TH STREET HE 4-4191

Gone, but not forgotten. shine evermore upon her. of mr. and Mrs R. C. Brady his wife, Eliza step father. E. Johnson, Manager Horn phone: OX 1.9199

The Family graveside services Tuesday. Henry Baker. .5- -.-..-_ --.-- -
; The Family --- -5-' ..

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. ,. December 3, 1965 13

: : ; Closing

CLASSIFIEDFOR. 1" :1". : Room. Nice settled Convenient location 345' NW $350 down .- $58.55 monuily OPPORTUNITYTo
" : : : i : : : : male. Call after 7 Saturday or until fe-- 37th St. Full furnished, two CBS on NW 88th St., 2 big earn good livelihood sellAmerica's
bedroom, enclosed porch, No. 1 with
Monday. NE 5-1247. bedroom home, separate garage, car
--- ---- enclosed front and back porches A-l condition, FHA total, America's fastest growing
SALE FOR SALE 2 rooms. Use of kitchen. Sail immaculate inside and $10,200. No closing costs. Chevrolet dealer. Many fringe

First time offered. 757-3340. 727 NW 65th St. out. A bargain at $8,400 with Why pay rent. Aetna Realty,i. benefits. See Sam Steiner,
Santa Special corner Lovely ---- $300 down, $68 month and Broker, 811 NW 54th St. Phone Sales manager. Vic Potamkin
$78 month pays all, beautifulall CBS with cellar; 2 517 NW 8th St. Individual cot- owner pays all closing costs.
Sat. & Sun.
bedrooms, air 757-5724. Open Chevrolet, Inc. 540 Alton Rd.,
tile and papered bathroom, conditioning; tages. Call Mrs. Donovan at Key at Life Realty, Broker,
------- Miami Beach.
see it and you will love it, awnings; tile roof; $11,500.: FR 14620. 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 94371.No .
the most dearling kitchen, is See owner, 1795 NW 81 Terr. Dec. 17 3 bedroom 2 bath ------

it different. 2 large bedrooms -- in Quaiif I IMove Right In CBS, NW 85th St., carport, Wonderful opportunity for two

with huge walkin closet, large In Liberty City. 1176 NW 58 quiet private home. A nice 4 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS, on central heat and air cond., qualified salesmen, no experience -
living room, plus beautiful Terr. Open Sunday. 3 bed- 634-9654. preferred.Call N.W. 45th St. Fla room, car- oak floors, tile roof, 8 years necessary, company

hardwood floors, brand new, room, CBS, newly decorated port, jalousie windows, 2 kit- new, FHA 15000. No clos- will train. Car necessary.
completely fenced lot from Fla room, dining room, den, Room. Call 635-8959. chens with 2 stoves, 2 refri- ing costs, $450 down, only Draw and expenses. Call PL

street to street, tile roof. fire place, no qualifying. gerators. Can be used for 2 $86.48 month. Don't wait, 4-0631.
Total price $11,500 and onl y : 758-5400. Modern, one bedroom apt. un- families. A bargain at $11,000 Call Aetna Realty, Broker, ---
$350 down (veterans only --------Move---In- fum. quiet. No children. $16 with $1,000 down and $87 811 NW 54th St. Phone 757- Cook. 5 day wk. Live-in. $60

$100), this is like a brand new Today wk. 1333 NW 58th Terr. Phone month pays all. Life Realty, 5724. Open Sat. & Sun. wk. Reference required. Write-
home so bet otifully decoratedyou 3 oedroom, 1 bath, near NW Broker, 4932 N.W. 7th Ave.
532-3206. P.O. Box 1131
21st Ct. &
St. $300 down
will want it on sight. See PL 9-437K-Open Sundayeves.
Brand New. 4 giant bedrooms
---- Miami Fla.
$75 $6800.6618591'or !,
mo. Total.
... _
89th Terr. Then call --
1748 NW Lovely room, private bath and --- 2 full baths, best area. $100
me. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 661-7574. entrance for nice i gentleman.No Best Location on NW 42nd St down, FHA, $14,000 total, MISCELLANEOUSRummage

NW 60th St. Call anytime IBO for Beach workers. cooking. 5950 NW 9th Ave. Beautiful CBS, Fla room, in $100 monthly pays everything. Sale. Miami Beach
7512243. Park, custom-built.- Phone: 751-5236. front and another in back, Call now for details Aetna Chapter 143 Order of the

--2- -Houses Fum., hardwood floors. Rent ------ carport, jalousie windows, Realty, Broker, 811 NW 54thSt. Eastern Star, Saturday, Dec.
Large 1 bedroom $16 wk.
apt. wall to wall carpeting, a jpH-
your down payment. Only $100 Phone 757-5724. Open Sat. 4. 1676 NW 36th St. Miami.
Liberty Rental
Seeing is believing, 2031 NW Agency. 633- ances, immaculate inside and
required. Owner
92nd St., total $13,000, only 2780 NW 56th 3733304. 7809. out. A bargain at $10,500. and Sun._ FOR SALE
St. House. 3
$450 down, )veterans only $350 down and $65 month. ---- ---
$100 down), for these 2 beau- bedrooms, 1 bath. Phone: HI Room. Private home. 1081 FHA. Life Realty, Broker, 7753 NW 10th Ave. GorgeousCBS Carver Ranches. 2-3 bedroom,

tiful CBS homes, live rent 85959. NW 61st St. PL 84164. Call 4932 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. 2 story duplex. Complete- CBS, $300 down. $79 month.
after 4 p.m. Open evenings, Sundays.Our walled in and private; a little
free, front house has 2 bed- On busy NW 17th Ave at 4769 1--- Large Lot, no closing cost.
mansion. $795 Reason-
rooms, 1 bath, Fla room back 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, CBS, va- Room with use of while house. Best FHA Buy able payments. Total $15,900. 9879662.: 4438412.

home has one kitchen bedroom, one cant. Call owner Phone: 885- T.V. $15 per wk. 1445 NW 45 Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS, ex Only one like this. Good for 2famIlies LOST
bath, lovely 3805. tra large Fla room, extr large
St. Beofre 8 p.m. Young work- or rent out one
fenced, what a beautiful lot. -. _--- ing man or women. front porch, extra large lot, Move right in. Mr. Marvin. Full bred Greyhound dog.
Call Me A. Ben-Kori, Realtor Large family? Mother-in-law? beautifully landscaped, ap- Bluish brown, white feet ta-
---- Nights & Sundays 235-2748.
612 751-2243.NW 60th St. Call anytime Just right for all. 4 bedroom, 421 NW 59th Terr. at Edison pliances. Price only $10,500, Greater Miami Realty. HI 4- too in ears 72C-585, reg. in

2 bath. 1045 NW 58th Ter. High Nice Large apt. unfurn. $350 down and $65 month. 6133. national greyhound racing as-

--- -$600 down. No qualifying. $15-$18 wk. PL 79307. Life Realty, Broker, 4932 sociation. Cannot be regis-
$9,995 Total $10,000 total price. Call Mr. --- N.W. 7th Ave. P L 9-4371. tered in Humane Society of

Only $250 down and $69 mo. Chris at MU 8-6638 or night 3 room duplex, clean kitchen, Open eves, Sundays. FOR RENT Dade. $25 reward. Come to
UN 1-7740. R. M. Brooks .
all for this dream of ,
pays a furn. hot tub bath --- -- :536V4 NW 6th St.
water, $18 Room. 2245 NW 152nd St. Opa
Right n
fenced. Realtor.
CBS home. Completely wk. No Qualifying-Move
4017 NW 23rd Phone
Ave. Locka. 685-1224. --- ----
beautiful fire place, dining ----- Brand new 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
$450 down. total ---- HELP WANTEDCAB
room, spotless clean barbecue Only $13,500 ----- CBS, carport, terrazzo floors,
beautiful yard. This is a 3 bedrooms, 2 baths kitchen 3 room, clean fum., utilities large modem kitchen, colored POSITIONS WANTEDGirl DRIVERS. Apply at
wonderful buy and is a perfect fum. air conditioned, hard- fum. $19 wk. 2274 NW 41 St. fixtures in both bathrooms, Experi-
wants good job. Society Cab Office 269 N ,W
wood floors fenced .
home that you can be proud of. backyard.To 888-6643. awning windows, extra large
Drive by 2144 NW 86th Terr. see call Leon Kroll, Broker ---- lot. A bargain at $16,500 with ences as store clerk and 21st Street. Indf.

Thencall me, A. Ben-Kori, 688-3029. New 3 bedroom 1 bath, unfurn. $1500 down and $120 month nurse's aide. Types 40 wpm.

Realtor, 612 NW 60th St. Call ------ house. 1792 and 1798 NW 67 pays all. Must be seen! Keysat Call 448-8779. .
anytime. 751-2243. Open 2-5 Sun. 1340 NW 87thSt. St. $125 monthly immediate Life Realty, Broker, 4932 '
Only $250 down. $79 mo. occupancy. 4446126. Even- N.W. 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Part-time clerical duties. NOTICE
2 bedrooms, Fla room, air
and filing experienced.
296 NW 46th Street ings. HI 8-2824.
----- '
conditioned hardwood floors, 754-5638. You may br eligible to
--- PAGE APTS. Sacrifice for
3 bedroom, 2 bath huge Fla fenced backyard. Leon Kroll
566Vi NW 22 St. 1 bedroom cottage down purchase any FHA horn
room, comer lot, this is large broker, 688-3029. good payment or cash.
home for a big family. Beau- furnished, immediate See owner at 233 N.W. 63 St. CHURCH HASKINDERGARTEN for only $100 down. Find

tiful clean and well kept. To- gxpressway evacuees. No occupancy. $17 wk. key at 10 fum. units on city block. FOR RENTDo out for sere. Call now for

tal price $12.500 and terms.A. qualifying, duplex, CBS, 1 bed- front building. 444-6126. detail f .f
Ben-Kori, Realtor 612 NW room each side. Do not dis- ----- Richmond Heights beauty. you need more space for
60th St. Call anytime, 751- 14900 Harrison St. 3 bedroom, AETNA. REALTY (Broker)
turb residents. $6,000 down. Couples: Run, drive or take your children? Well, we have
2243. $50 month. Drive by 2527 NW bus 5 or 14 to 233 NW 63rdSt. CBS, $250 down, $65 month. more than enough space; toilets NI
811 i 54TH STREET
-- --- 1 mortgage. Hurry on this. Mr. .
bedroom &
67 St. owner: 691-4688. See lovely face bowls, fenced playground
Total $10,500 air cond. $17 to $19 wkly. Marvin. Nights & Sundays: areas, and a furnished PHON& 757-5724

3 bedroom, CBS, hardwood CBS, Tile Roof Mew, furn. 751-1873. 235-2748. Greater Miami Realty kitchen if interested call Open Sot. & Sun
floors, clean as a whistle, Indf HI 46133.
$300 down, no closing costs. PL 4-4371, or after 5 757-7136.
only $300 down and $7 V month Under FHA lovely modem cor-
-- -------
pays a I.A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, ner, in fine area, to see call
612 NW 60th St. Call anytime OX 1-0262, Biscayne Realty,

751-2243. |Inc., Broker, 9635 NW 22 Ave. '
8810 NW 16th Avenue ----Help HelpWe aChristmasOffers EDISON Specials

3 bedroom C3S, move rightin need a real estate sales-

this spacious lovely home, man. OX 1-0262, Biscayne !!!
huge living room, plus full Realty, Inc. 9635 NW 22 Ave. :
--- ... .
dining room, plus Fla room,
No Qualifying BUY NOW GET
and it is nice, only $975 and
$400 down, move in, only $75
move right in, payments only kitchen fenced THESE 3 OPEN SUNDAY! AFTER I P.M.
fume ,
$95 month, no qualifying, only SEE OUR SALESMEN: THEY WILL PICK
air conditioned, to see
one mortgage. This is a steal.A. .

Ben-Kori, Realtor, I 612 call OX 1-0262, BiscayneRealty YOU UP. GORGEOUS 3 BEDROOM NEW 335 N.W. 43RD STREET

NW 60th St. Call anytime, 751- Inc. Broker 9635 NW 22 HOMES. NO QUALIFYING. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, enclosed garage, extra large liv

4423. Ave. ing area. If you like to entertain, this is it. $12,000
--- total. $300 cash. FHA. No
--------- closing costs.
Beds, $5; Sofa, $8; bunk bed, Four Bedroom

$25; new formica tables, $10; 2 bath, only $450 down, no
2451 NW 41 Street 2465 NW 41 Street I
odd chairs, $1 up; built-in closing costs, lovely large 1938 N.W. 89TH TERRACE
oven& stove, $25; approx. 150ft. home plus Fla room, to see 1
2428 NW 42 Street 1900 NW 76 Street
chain link fence $30; odd call OX 1-0262, Biscayne Realty 2 lovely CBS houses. on nice corner lot. Being sold

tables, $1 up; desk $6; bed- Inc. Broker, 9635 NW 22 1 for GHA value. No
---------- closing costs. City water. First
room set, $75. etc. cheap. 681- Ave.
time offered.
4588. --- $250 down, $58 month buys this clean 2 bed- :
3 Bedroom CBS
'52 Cadillac. Excellent cond. $250 lovely home, no closing room, CBS, large Fla room. j 1961 N.W. BIST STREET

49,000 miles, new tires, 633- costs, buy now and get home- 2080 NW 85th Street :
3580. stead, to see, call OX 1-0262, Being displaced? Then this is it. 2 bedrooms, furn.
Inc. Broker, ________ I
Biscayne Realty, -- house. 2 10 '
porches, carport, city water, taxes only <.
Fine Home-Priced Right 9635 NW 22nd-Ave. $250 down, $58 month and it's yours. 2 bed- $6500 total price, this includes an extra lot. Propertyruns
1475 NW 83rd St. $250 down. -- Trade room, CBS, carport and fence. from street to street.
everything. 2
pays Trade your present home if its
bedrooms, CBS Fla room, too small,too big or too old or 2142 NW 85th Street

perfect cond. Only $9,200 too anything to tind out how 4 DRIVE BY THEN CALL EDISON:
FHA total. Realty, ----------
call OX 1-0262, Biscayne 4
Realtors 08741., 8201 Bis. Blvd. Realty, Inc. Broker, 9635 FOR THE PROFESSIONAL 1214 N39 ST. CBS, furn., $5500 total.

---- NW 22 Ave. 1150 NW 88th Street A Beauty. 1840 NW 41 ST. 2 lovely CBS homes.
----- 299 NW 43 ST. CBS, on corner
2 baths carport,
3 bedrooms, Make reasonable offer.
No Qualifying -Move Right InConvenient like new, near everything, 34 NW 50 ST. 3 bedrooms, FHA terms

nished 3 bedroom location, home full fur-Vi schools, buses, church, shop- ---------- 5001 NW 5 AVE. 3 bedrooms, CBS, 2 baths.

block from Jackson, High' ping,month.1 mortgage E. Harry, $1 m Denny down,, 1420 NW 90th Street: Honey of a 3 bedroom, 296 NW 51 ST. Nice corner property
School, tremendous refrigerator 2 bath residence. FHA Qualifying. $4 0
freezer, stainless steel Realtor, 754-0483. 431! NW 58 ST. Duplex, $400 down, FHA.

fully gas range, washing machine, 3 bedroom;2bath, hardwood down. $83 per month. 6515 NW 2 AVE. $1,000 down. No qualifying. $85
fenced awnings,
yard, Lovely Fla ----------
floors, carport. month.
etc. Price is $9,500, $500 all alarge rooms. All mortgage.
down and $87.50 month pays of rooms this for onlv $13.500 FHA. WE HAVE HUNDREDS OF CBS 2-3 BED- 3228 NW 68 ST. No qualifying, $65 month

all.Life Move Realty right, Broker in., 4932 Keys NW at $450 down. E. Harry Denny, ROOM HOMES WITH ONLY $100 DOWN. 8000 NW 12 CT. Beautiful CBS, duplex, 5 years

Ave. PL 94371. Realtor 754-0483. old, 2 bedrooms each side,.
---- Open every day from 9-7 Including Saturdayand
Beautiful 2 Bedrooms-2 Baths for $13,500 S ndny.
Look what you get
Lovely corner CBS, 2 bed- 1 baths, Flarroomhardwood BEING DISPLACED? $100 DOWN
rooms, red tile roof, carport,! 2 bedrooms, floorscarport.Beau'tiful WE TRADE YOUR OLO! HOME FOR A NEW I
jalousie windowsawnings, ail refrigerator & stove. ARE YOU A VETERAN? $100 DOWN

conditioner, washing machine, in-laws in rear cot- ONE < ,'
Pur your
large kitchen. House is spot 60th St. & '
Near '

bargain less inside at $11,000 and out.with A$350 big tage 4th Realtors or Ave., PL Suburban 12525.LONGHORN. Realty, FORD REAL T ,INC. Broker EDISON 1 : REALTY', ,Realtors:

down Key at and Life$68 Realty month, ,Broker FHA,, 3639 N.W.15th Avenue 635-4595 175 NW 6M It *5t<244l '

4932 NW 7th Ave. Open even-: :
ings 'and Sundays. PL 9-4371.



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E 14 THE MIAMI Tl S' 1965

N Neighborhood 'Youth Corps 1 Qualifies For ft. Pierce CommissionFt. P

Pierce Dr. James A graduate of Industrial] graduate work at Florida A&M
Workers Get Valuable Young 44, formerly of West,thigh, School (now Roosevelt University and earned his den-
Jraining Palm Beach and graduate of High), class of 1939, he has tal degree at the Howard Den
Florida A&M University and lived in Ft. Pierce for about tal School.
The Neighborhood Youth in various fields to qualify Howard University Dental 16 years. He did his under-
Corps deserves the support and them for more important and School recently qualified to
particiaption of the entire com better paging) ipositionsv Thei!r ruh for the Northside-city com- Smith and Mrs. Maggie M.
munity. It one is of the fine jobs are, in effect training mission post in the forthcom. ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Green delivered a most inspiring
programs established by the courses in which they receive
A. H. Essix pastorWe message. (
Federal Government to enable instruction, from the experienced ing December municipal elec
wish to thank our members Our chairman Mrs. :Mary I
today's youth to become responsible people with whom they tions.A
and Mrs. Neatic
and friends who helpedto Armstrong i
member of the National
young men and women work. The excellent benefit
of tomorrow. received bv these young train- 9 Dental Association the Masons make our Woman's Day a Roberts co-chairman wish to
Members of the Neighborhood ees under the NeoghborhoodYouth and the American Legion success spiritually and finan- express their sincere thanksto t
Youth Corps work in various Corps program recommends he is married and the father of cially. Our momma and even everyone for making this r
county offices such as participation in the program six children. ing speakers Mrs. Bertha day possible.
Metropolitan Court Health Department to the other young people
Welfare Department for their own good future and
Jackson Memorial Hospital the good future of our com !........................................I
Records and many others where munity. nr"
they receive ample training p
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Congressman Pepper to Speakat Miss Dorothee Williams a,. .
Neighborhood Youth Corps em- tl
I ployee in the Justice Buildinghas :
been named Miss Metro N1E :
Reeves TestimonialCongressman Justice and will ride atop the i #OR i
NYC float in the Classic: Parade t
tant role in securing matching .
Claude Pep- on Saturday. She is the III / sa
funds from the Federal Government ::
per .will be the speakerat
daughter of Mrs. Maeola Clarkof .
a testimonial banquet honoring for construction of 4113 NW 23rd Ave. and t W6YCJ'r .
pioneer publisher H. E."' Variety's $2 million addition. works as a filing clerk in the .
S. Reeves on Saturday Dec. Co-chairman of the banquet Traffic Safety Division. .
11 at the Deauville Hotel. committee are: Dr. George .
Simpson Charles Hadley Mrs. neering woman and those who
Reeves is founder and publisher .
Dana suffer at her hands.
Dorsey Chapman Mrs.
of the Miami Times A-Ulalie, Range Members of the cast include I RATTLER'r .
and has been a resident of the Michele Tremble Mrs. jr .
south Florida area for more MIAMI NORTHWESTERN Craig; Peter Seymour Mr. .
than 45 years. Craig; Minnie Hunter Miss .
The banquet is a benefitof Austen; Mildred Davis Mrs. -=F JAMBOREE k =
Variety Children's Hospital Miami Northwestern Thespian Harold; Dorothy Carline, Max- I
in which Reeves has Troupe 1880 directed by ie; Barbara Day Mrs. Frazier; .
been particularly active in Miss Mary L. Oliver" presents"Craig's Gloria Mitchell, Ethel; Glen MIAMI, BEACH CLASSIC WEEKEND t
Wife, a 3-act drama
recent years. Congressman Crowell Eugene Fredericks; .
by George Kelly Dec. 9. .
Pepper has played an impor- John Culmer Catelle; William /
The play tells of a domi- I
Parks Billy Birkmire.WOOLWORTH'S -


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AY WaltetBowe i i I
'9i91My' ii t t4 i r
South Browari Post No, i I
8195 VFW has a new commander iI Ra
Comrade Folia Boyd 5409' I ORCNE S
SW 25th St. Ralph Seymour of
5213 SW 22nd St. anc Mervin ago '? .
Nelson Jr. were elected junior .
vice commanders. Next meeting .1 .
will be held Sunday Nov., I
:.5, 5:30 p.m. at 4816 SW 17thSt. '; I
Members of this post are ,1 (
urged to be at this important .
meeting. .
444 444tt 4
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Mrs. Betty D. Ball is the ;' I I
new lady barber on the first i1 :. 1C 2 a I
r'Y ]
chair at Bowe's Barber Shop. e a .
Mrs. Ball is a master barber. i iE it4 4 .
She took the course in barber- IJ I E ; ) .
at Morris Brown Atlanta and .
came from Tampa. She now resides E .
in Hallandale.
4445.445545. ',. ". J .aAe
Congratulations to Essie '
I e
Mae Rahmings on the openingof .
her new Mae's Draperies ir .
business at Pembroke Road at J .
50th Ave.
e ,
Starlight Lodge No. 542 ,f .. a 'S4tsw ..
meets Friday night. Dec. 3 at :'JfL" .
8 at the Masonic Hall
p.m. on :. ::1
Pembroke Road. All I members, ',:t ""H, A
please be present and on time. :: :
t5t5 All*54451 Rattlers 'i DEC4 ) '\ ,(; .
up Carver Ranches : L : .
way say "Go-go and get ) .
'em Florida A&M. You. are g
welcome to our town."

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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 3. 1965 15

NorthwesternWins I


South Title
Florida A&M vs Morgan State College

Northwestern High matchedits

ground Washington's game against passing BookT. and- Featuring Exciting Pro-Style Football

and came out the winner 14-12
by making two extra points on and the Famous 160pieceFAMU
MIAMI DOLPHINS DRAFT SEVEN rushes while Booker T. missedits -
two tries by kicks.
Miami's Dolphins signed their first seven players
victory, scored before
[Monday-four of them free agents-and set their sights about 10COO fans at Junior MARCHING
Ton top draft choice Jim Grabowski and Rick Norton. College Stadium, gave North-
Two. of the free agents contracted were University western the Big Nine South BAND
I of Miami's Andy Sixkiller and Randy Barth. championship with a season's '
record of 8-2, while BTW had
Fifth draft choice Grady Balton, a 6-2, 250-pound a 6-4 record. 0

( defensive tackle from Mississippi State, agreed to The winning Bulls ran for
204 yards against 134 for the
after reportedly eluding
terms "baby-sisters" from the
losers, but was unable to com- SAT.NIGHT I
I National Football League. plete a pass in six times .
Joe Thomas,the Dolphins director of players made while Booker T. was making
[ the signing announcements at 8 p.m. Monday at club good on 12 of 22 attempts for
offices in the DuPont Plaza Hotel. Other draftees un- 184 yards.
der contract are: Sam Price 5-11, 212 Pound, Illinois But it took a 67-yard drive
late in the third quarter for the DEC. 4
halfback who runs the 100 in 9.8; 11th Choice, Jerry winning touchdown with Vin-
Oliver, 6-7, 280 pound defensive tackle from south- cent Hepburn going over from
west Texas College, 15th choice. The remaining free the four and Joe Williams run- ORANGE BOWL .
ning for the extra point.
agents were GregMather who starred with Navy in 1961 8 P.M.
After a scoreless first per-
when the Middies played Missouri: in the Orange Bowl iod, Booker
went into the Res. Seats: $4.50 $3.50 $2.50 Tax Incl.
and Jerry Roach a 6-3, 230 pound offensive tackle lead in the second quarter
from Adams State College in Alamosco. Colo. Dark with a 46-yard march, culmi- TICKETS ON SALE NOW I
horse of the draft-signees is Oliver. The giarit Texanwas nated by a 5-yard pass to Edward .
voted the outstanding freshman lineman in the Young from Woodrow
Green. MIAMI-UM downtown office, 228 S.E. First St.! Harry Rich, 8300 Biscayne Blvd.) Roosevelt Savings &
southwest conference in his tirst year at Texas. Schastic Loan Assn., 6015 N.W. 7th Ave., North Travel Bureau, 1104 N.W. Third Ave. Community Drug Store, 6750
BTW-Young 5 pass from N.W. 15th Ave. MIAMI BEACH-Mercantile National Bank, 420 Lincoln Road (Drexel Ent.); Hotel Valet
problems sent Oliver to the smaller school. Green (kick failed.) Service, 1801 Purdy Ave. HIALEAH-Athletic House, 427 Hialeah Drive; Palm Springs Lanes, 750 West
NW-William 47 run (Hep- 49th St. CORAL GABLES-Frank Warren Sport Shop, 249 Alhambra Circlet COCONUT GROVEGrandDrug
,3640 Grand Avenue; Young's Tailor Shop; PERRINE-Pine Acre Farm, 15715 S. Dixie Hwy. CUTLER
TWO WILDCATS SIGNED BY CHIEFSThe bum run. ) RIDGE-Rite.Way Shoe Repair, 20245 S. Dixie Hwy, (Cutler Ridge Shopping Center); RICHMOND HEIGHTS
NW-Hepburn4run (Williamsrun. -Richmond Heights Drugs, 14638 Lincoln Blvd.! SURFSIDE-Holiday Enterprises, 9532 Harding Ave.i,
Kansas City Chiefs signed two members of .) FT. LAUDERDALE-Riverland Sport Goods, 2716 Davie Blvd., Riverland Shopping Center) Broward Sport
Shop ((3 locations)! 9 South Andrews Ave., 3828 W. Broward Blvd., and Coral Ridge Shopping Center)
the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats immediately after they Lauderdale Medical Supply,615 East Broward Blvd.) Wright's Dept. Store, 1020 N.W. 6th St. PALM BEACH
had played their last 22-18 win AREA (LAKE WORTH-Sports Haven, 513 Lake Ave.
game, a over Allen Uni- LONGHORN!
versity, Saturday night, in Tampa, Florida.

The Chiefs' scout, Lloyd Wells, signed Elijah ..
Gibson, a 6'2", 245 pound fullback and Rudolph Bar- -
ber, a 6' 251 pound tackle. Gibson, an SIAC all con-

ference player, was selected to the little all Americaand

the Pittsburgh Courier all-American team. METROPOLITAN

Rudolph Barber is outstanding on offense and de- L'x yA:7

fense. He was captain of the 1965 Wildcats. ;; Oy jJ '


The first week of betting is ahead of last year. : r y
The reason for this is you can cash the first half of f p.y
your twin double if you wish, and you have the per-
fecta to get even with. Therefore you can do a great I
deal of betting. A new name for the first half of the
twin double, chicken double.


J. Carroll, local insurance executive has NOW TBRU SUNDAY

been appointed to the City of Miami boxing commission.

Carroll, a former amateur boxer, won the Chanute Air
Force Base Novice Middleweight Championship in 3 Performances Daily: 4:30 P.M. 7:30 P.M. 9:30 P.M.

1951 and also fought in several golden glove tourna-
ments and in Korea wher he fought the Korean Middle-

weight Champion in 1953. featuring -
We are quite sure that Carroll will be an asset to


The Grove-Gables Open Golf Tournament will be FAMOUS CIRCUS STARS
held Saturday, December 4, at Le Jeune Golf Course,
1802 NW 37th Ave. Many of you have expressed an interest .
in some type of scheduled golf tournament during AERIAL THRILL SHOW ,
your classic visit to Miami. We think this is an
ideal way to show our appreciation and to have you
Participate in the first Grove-Gables Tournament. As : SKY KINGS & CYCLISTS IN THE SKY ,. .. ;

this will be a one day affair, a handicap will not be .
necessary. This tournament will be held the morning of WORLD FAMOUS CHRISTIANSEN'S : e. .,
the Orange Blossom Classic. It has been decided that .
the Callaway System be used, the rules of the systemwill .
be posted at the first tee. Walter Green is presi- EQUESTRIENNE ACT





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I 1, MIAMI I TIMES. Friday December 3. 1965

Miami at 5:40 a.m. December
I It will leave Miami at 12 ..
6 4. ,
CLASSICThe noon on Sunday December 5 : st iiys'1ii"T .

destroyed a rural hon. rents, JaCk Jones 2, Robin Orange Blossom Spe and arrive in Tallahassee at ...- ,....,.. -.
near Quakertown Pa., Tues Jones, 8, Penny Jones 6, cial is scheduled to leave 10:40: p.m. The roundtrip fare
day night killing six children and Ronnie Jones 7. Tallahassee December 3 at starts at $23.50 at Tallahassee CBS Beauty, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, utility room, carport.
under 12 years of age. A seventh Allen his wife, Elaine a 7 p.m. and should arrive in and is scaled down to Fenced $12,500 FHA. $400 down. No closing costs.
$13.10 from Wildwood.
child was seriously sister Elizabeth 17, and
burned when fire wrecked the their mother returned in timeto
home of Chester Allen in the see flames, engulf the one- I No qualifying.5 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS, fenced i appli
freezing cold.Chester story structure. They tried $350 Down I ances. RC air cond. Total only $15,000. Reasonable
vainly to reach the trapped and down.
Allen Jr., a son, screaming children. The mother Beautiful Three
said those killed in the blaze
managed to drag to safety
were David his 11,brothers and four Eric foster 1, in a son serious, Alonzo condition 12, who was Bedroom C.B.S. House Large CBS, 3 bedroom, dining room, utility room. Many

children cared for by his pa Quakertown hospital. at a 1360 N.W. 84TH TERRACESee extras. $11,000 FHA. $350 down. No costs.

........U.L.U.........r..,................... lot 67'x106'this unusually. $77 a fine month home on a very big 8 yr new. CBS, 3 bedroom, utility room, appliances,

pays mortgage, fenced, $9,500 FHA..$300 down. No
FOR : RENT E taxes and insurance. Full price $11,000. costs.

: Herbert Lee Simon, Realtor, 6332663. 2301
3168 NW 66th St: 2 bedroom house. $20 wk. : N.W. 27th Avenue. Lovely CBS, 2 bedroom,dining room, large utility room,
carport, appliances.Fenced. $11,000 FHA. $350 down.
3511 NW 206th St: 3 bedroom house, CBS, No costs.

$24 wk.

3231 NW 13th Ave:2 bedroom, CBS, Fla room, E '
: dining room, $25 wk. ; CHOICElr NW.AR' Nice CBS, 2 bedroom, dining room, utility room, car.
port, appliances. Many extras. $10,200 FHA. $350
3231 NW 13th Ave:1 bedroom, CBS, stove S ;:.- down. No costs.
} : ,HOME FOkFSW' ,::
refrigerator. No children b
..". ,
$15 wk. CBS Duplex, completely fume 2 bedroom each side.
: No qualifying. Only $13,500 total. Reasonable down.
FOR, 'Sl1tE{ 3151 N.W. 88 Street

NO DOWN PAYMENT!!! Income Property. Completely furn. 7 units in good

3244 NW 68th St: 3 bedroom frame, $20 wk. 3 I large bedrooms, 2 vanity i baths, wall to rental area. Terms arranged to suit.

pays all. wall carpet, modem built-in kitchen, large refrigerator *

E 3274 NW 68th St: 1 bedroom house, $18 wk. air conditioner, fenced yard & I WE HAVE MANY MORE
pays beautiful I lake. Full
patio, on price only
: 4001 NW 19th Ave: FHA HOUSE$100 DOWN VETS ONLY $100 DOWN

2 bedroom, 2 baths, CBS, $21,500 FHA. $14,000 down. Shown by appointment -

$25 wk. pays all. only. Call now to see. SHEILREAL TV-$

FORD REALTYINC. Broker E. .HARRY -DENNY REALTOR 1260 NW 7tfc Aw 758-5551:

3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635.4595 ,
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Do You 4 PcmFoamSectional 0

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Public Appraiser 4

On Sept 3,
1965, Crand S r
Central Freight :5 J4

Furniture Sales 1
1636 N.W. 7th S
Ave.Miami, f
adopted a reso ,'I tt i t 1 .
lution to contin
ue giving the Y ,
people of Dade L A 1tt
Broward n<*Not Braverman I
other counties-
the best furniture I.
and bedding bargains In
the state. This Is in spite of 1
rising furniture and labor costs. ? FaHi.k
Carloads of famous brand
bedroom, dining room and living .: L:0: ._. ,.,-' I.0.S_ SS-J
room suites sectionals, '
sofas, chairs,rocke,., In every 't
lion Duncan, Phyfe, MdernEorl'y
American, Danish and'new '
Mediterranean) will be offered S. r (l
at a great sacrifice. ZIPPERED
.. "' "
Also featured at unusually i-0. CUSHIONS
low prices are odd desks,
Pressers, china chests breakfronts .
dinettes and patio LIMIT SELF COVERED
furniture. PLATFORMS
Remember, you can buy all 1
this gorgeous furniture cheaper
for cash have all the credit
you In want.the world.Deliveries Open anywhere to- N SHOWROOMFLOOR COMP. $169.96 TAKE HOME & SAVE

lay 8:30 to 630.

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