The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 7, 1966
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00436

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Muslim Dedication;


Hear MuhammadOn

Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock I entered MosqueNo.
44. No. 1 MIAMI, FLORIDA OCTOBER 7, 1966 16 PAGES 1S 29, located on NW 53rd St. and 7th Avenue. I decided -
to go because of curiosity. Any time a group of
Negroes shell out $135,000 cash for a building, this

I Muslims.interests me, especially a religious sect, such as the

Upon entering the building I was directed toward
the basement, where I was superficially searched on
the stairs leading to the basement. From there I was

asked to go into the basement. I was asked to remove1/

I everything from my pockets, except small change. The
Muslims searching me asked if I had attended a Mosque.
before. I told him, no. He then told me that he was not'
trying to offend me by searching me, but that it was
'vR\ r standard procedure to search all visitors to the Mosque.At .
7w- this point I was thoroughly searched. In fact, I was
asked to open my vest and put my hands over my head.

After being searched, I was marched with a group
of other male visitors into the main chapel which is

located on the second floor, A number of male registered .;.
members the sect were quietly asked to move
to make room for the visitors. The women visitors sat
behind the sisters of Islam on the pews located to the
left and eight of the center pews' where the men were

Bitting.Muhammad had begun speaking when I arrived in
4 the main chapel. I could hear him; however, it was very,.
1 difficult for me to distinguish what he was saying. The
chapel was packed. There were no empty seats to be
found. A number of members were standing in the rear
; of the chapel. It was terribly hot. The air condition wa son +
: the blink. The windows were then opened and this
released the humid condition somewhat.As .

I glanced several times across the crowd, I

I I recognized several professional people in our community. -

I tV&A$ I I guess was-curiosity.most of them were there for the same reason .1,

Several times during Muhammad's sermon or speech,
there were cries from the audience of "Yes sir, teach r
$ r ,err us," and "beautiful." At one point during the sermon I
NAACP StateCoNfererce was able to make out what Muhammad was saying. He

said: "I want to lead you to a land where you can be

3 rich. I don't want to lead you somewhere, where you
can be poor."' At the conclusion of his sermon he in-
troduced the new leader of the Miami Mosque. vAs

:. li Jacksonville M J Muhammad left the platform the crowd began
shouting, "All hail to Allah,the Almighty Elijah Muham-
JACKSONVILLE, "Chal mad." Then the leader of the Miami Mosque asked the
lenges to Civil Rights in Florida" crowd how of them.
many wanted .to be free and wantedto
will be the theme of the
Florida NAACP State Conference join the Muslims, A large number of visitors shouted
: Oct 13-16. Rutledge "Yes," and cards were passed out that read "I wish to
Pearson, State Conference accept my own. Put my name down in the book of life."
President, will make the key- At this time, I left the chapel without filling out a
note address to delegates card. I must say that all of the Muslims were very
from 61 branches.Rev. polite and courteous. In fact, they even asked me did I
August Vanden- remember where I parked my car on my way out.Hurricanejlnez .
Boeche, executive director of
the Florida Council on Human -
Relations, will presideover
workshop sessions concerning A
business and govern-
ment responsibilities in the

field of employment Real Crazy Gal

$ !:of ''DciSil I i In.: Negro Soldiers In Hurricane Inez, one of to Key West making 90,

I. the most dangerous, one of knocking down advertising
.. ,, .
I -' Over
.'" fij'> J >.I the craziest and one of the billboards along the
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10 \ <;
I :: \ Viet Nam Have Earneda most unpredictable hurri- sea Highway, and some
IarkdIsMan I canes in recent years, came roofs, sinking some small
I to South Florida Tuesday boats and overturning trailers -
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A shotgun blast killed a pushing and shoving each New Self Respect After leaving Jacmcl, motels. Electrical power was
29 year old bystander Sun- other. Haiti, in ruins last Friday, cut off for a long period but
dau in a barroom when a Sylvester Perry, 44, of the big blow hit Cuba then telephone service was main-
William C. West- ed that the next generationof
bartender tried to hard to 5915 N.W. 15th Ave., the Gen. moved over to the Bahamas tained.
of American leaders will
keep the bartender, pulled out an em- moreland, commander and spawned a tornado in The 8:45 a.m.weather ad-
peace.welTh pty shotgun and told them to U.S. forces in Vietnam, has emerge from the jungle bat- Nassau Sunday night tear- visory Wednesday reportedthat
Clifford Coley, of calm down. When the men praised the role of the fight- tlefields of Vietnam. ing the roof from a house Inez had 120 mph top
1060 N.W. 62nd SL,was the refused to stop, Giordanosaid ing Negro soldier, calling it "From this experience which resulted in the death of winds as she reached the
"one of the dramatic storiesof develop our finest officers
victim. Perry loaded it. a 15-month-old child. Dry Tortugas area.
Miami detective Sgt A. Perry said the gun then the war." and NCO's and our finest I nez played all day Mon- Threedeaths were In-
V. Giordano said Coley was went off accidentally. In an interview in thecur- citizens," he said. "I thinkin day somewhere between the directly caused by the storm: ...
sitting' at a table in the LI- Pending an investigationand rent issue of Look Magazine, 15 years, we'll see themin Bahamas and the Florida Charles Tayor, 17 was
berty Bar at 1492 N.W.62nd inquest hearing, no ar- Gen. Westmoreland said that Congress, in local and mainland and puzzled our knocked down while surfingat
SL near two men who were rest has been made. in Vietnam the Negro soldier even national office. They'llbe weathermen. When she came Ft Lauderdale by a huge
"has the self-respect he didn't ready for the challenge. this way her punch was far wave and disappeared. Police
have before. You can't tell less than what was expected.Her said they never saw him
the difference between negro center came to MI- again.
Neighborhood Centers Open in and white soldiers." ami with about 40 miles the Two elderly residents on
The former World War II Man Shot inHurricane Weather Bureau said, and Miami Beach died from heart
I and Korea vet ran also had the peak winds never reached attacks while rigging storm
Edison Center and South MiamiTwo words and of praise for of the all ability U.S. beyond 70 miles. shutters, pqlice reported.Specialist .
courage A number. of traffic lights
1 ne other,at SW59th troops fighting in Vietnam, were knocked down, and so
new NeighborhoodCenters rating them the best he has Mac McKinney, 50, of
have been opened by Place, will serve South Mi- commanded.The 1821 3rd Ave.was shot three were some trees and awnings; Joins
the Economic Opportunity ami and vicinity. Its director some streets and buildingswere
and killed Tuesday
U.S. Fighting man times
id James E. Bowman, South flooded, and wide areas
Program, Inc. to fight the
is "better trained, better motivated night as he watched Hur- War on PovertyBernard
war on poverty In Dade Miami l truck farmer and civic of Dade County were with-
more intelligent and ricane Inez from the door-
leader. out electridty for several
County.One Addition of these two cen- in better shape," Westmore- way of a barroom.The hours. Dyer, a specialist -
at 7710 NW3r Avenue ters to the EOPI operationsin land said, "I've never join- victim was identifiedby Farmers in South Dade in social work and com-
will serve the Little River Dade County brings the ed the chorus that he was Miami Homicide Sgt. A. estimated that crop damages munity as well as civil rights
Edison Center area; it will Neighborhood Centers, est- getting soft, I knew he'd do M. Fontana, who said he caused by the driving winds problems, has joined the Economic -'>*
be under the direction of William ablished in the 20 months of well, but he's never done bet was looking for a suspect may run into millions of Opportunity Program .
Sims, a Floridian who the agency's work, to nine ter." identified as the killer by dollars. Inc. asareacoordinator -
came to the EOPI after two throughout the Dade com- In the Look Interview, witnesses at the Cuban Bar, By mid Tuesday after- for the war on poverty
with the Peace Corps. Westmoreland predict 1701 N.W. 4th Ave. neighborhood
years munity. noon Inez was on the way


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2 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, October 7, 196j) D

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To Be Equal IiY ? ?


by Whitney M. Young Jr. 1 1ExecutlyeDlrectorNational _

, Urban LeaeiM!

Is gratifying, eben after a lapse of three years,
fo find an important proposal I made in 1963 again

receive nationwide discussion.In .
1963, and again in 1964, in speeches, maga-
zine articles, interviews, and in my book, To Be
Equal, I called for a Domestic Marshall Plan, This

was a proposal for a massive governmental and private n JIM/T +TvI 4 .r6+vp fyI"

attack on the causes of poverty and discrimination
through immediate action to bring first-class education

, housing and employment to Negro citizens. The rea-
soning behind such a special effort is that the Negro
received "preferential treatment" in his 300 years in

America first in bondage, then in second class b

citizenship and that is was time to right past
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n'''''''" ,,, -rot ..cJ..I"'n'f' IIi'fl ''''''''"'- --------- --
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wrongs.Now Dr. Martin Luther King and Senator Jacob Convention I IBy

Javits have both called for a Domestic Marshall Women Win Prize At Baptist
Plan. I sincerely hope that the addition of thier voicesto -- -- was taken.

mine will engender new interest in the original Marie M. White Alabama led the paradeand Photo from shows Florida a part attend-of the Mrs. Eunice Tanner,Mrs.
Racial tensions too high, and the prob- the other states followedin women Margery Perkins,
proposal. are On Sept. 11 the 86th ses- alphabetical order. The ing the annual session of the Mrs
lems of poverty too pressing, for anything less thana sion of the National Bap- cheering crowd waited for National Baptist Conven- Mary Frances White, Mrs.
national effort, a Domestic Marshall Plan, well- tist Convention and the 65th "Florida" who appeared tioa Many leading women Blossie Haile, Mrs. Essie B.
financed, an d with top priority. session of the Women's Con- wearing green and orange from the state were not Johnson the time., were not presentat
Now another major proposal has evolved from the vention, auxiliary to the banners, glittering with present at the time the photo
National Urban League's annual conference. It is parent body came to said aclose.It that rhinestones, stepping to the
can be easily
called Operation Urban survival, and I hope that it more than 29,000 delegateswere tune Soldiers.of "Onward" There was Christian much rGLAMOURIZEI.

4: too, can get wide support. in attendance. An over- applause. Aside from beauty
it is for coordinated action to keep whelming crowd from Flor-
Breifly, a plan Florida raised more than
our cities from becoming vast racial ghettos of Negro ida went by train, bus and $2,000 as a gift, and won I. WIGS! !
and airplanes. A crowded busleft North Carolinawon
poor, Increased demands for social 'services a first prize.
Miami and another left
base caused the middle class immi- second prize and Ala
shrinking tax by ,
Jacksonville. of
This form
gration to segregated suburbs, place the very existence transportation was spon- bama this third.celebration The total alone raisedin was $69 -00

of cities as we know them in danger. sored by the Baptist Wo- more than $12,000.
Operation Urban Survivla calls for a massive'pro- men's State Convention of Mrs. Susie Holley, Flor-

program of building in the ghetto. It suggests that ley Florida, president.On Mrs.. Susie C. Hol- ida's prsident, is a womanof V down

every large city with a significant ghetto population Wednesday morning, leader action., loved She and is a dedicated respected $10 .

needs to construct office buildings, industrial sites, Mrs. Mary O. Ross, from by men and women every-
commercial buildings, cultural centers and the like, the state Women's of Michigan Conventionand ,openedthe where. She leads and the $5 per weekIMPORTED

in ghetto areas. Only in this way can meaningful announced the 65th people follow. ,100%
communication between whites and Negroes come Birthday Party will precedethe The convention as a whole HUMM HAIR LIMITED SUPPLY
and har-
about. The ghetto, and this is fast coming to mean annual session, and that was very peaceful
lhe central city, suffers thorn a tragic lack of com- the states will march alpha bitterness.monious. At There the early was wore no Free Shop At Howe Service

munication between the races. Unless white peoplecan betically. Mrs. Susie Holley ship period one could feel

.. come to the ghetto-to work, to concettsk for a announced that all but persons the nearness to Christ. ---''''' ..CALL- .. "'-__.-_.
participate only
variety of reasons-this gap will widen. may those who have reported$65 Many departed for their I
The ghetto's Isolation from the rest of the metrop- would be permitted to marchon various homes while others PRIMA-DONNA !'
olitan area must be ended in urban civilization is to the rostrum. waited for the final count.
survive and grow. SuchA building; program would put The women raised more than
: w ur $74,000 and the parent body
the ghetto back in the city; make it a living part of !! over $79,000. The next session 945.4526.J

the city, a symbol ,of,urban vitailty and strength, nota will convene in Denver,
showcase of weakness and brutality. Col.

Along with such building there must be massive ... ...,.. ...,.. ...,.. ...... "" ...,.. ...,.. ..... ..... tI'.J'M'.I.' .
construction of integrated low and middle income '.- .,. -
housing, and! supportive social services-training cen-

ters, schools, recreational facilities. For the city itself 9 : FREE 100 FREE :
sucH a program would mean renewed vitality and ) :
life; for the ghetto, it would mean a visable means of ",

acceptance for a better future.In :', f' MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS 11
New York, the major candidates for governot
have responded to community pressure by supporting b if -' Merthantsf ,
construction of a state office building in Harlem. The WITH THIS AD! 1f

t enthusiastic response of the community shows how GREEN STAMPS
OCT. 2nd
THROUGH Oct. 20th
important this would be for Harlem, an area which i
has no major structure of this kind. It "likely that 7 AT

the proposed upgrade the building area, just will as attract simular other large developmentsand scale projects Following in the footsteps It ROOSEVELT SAVING & LOAN ASSOC. =.

of her father as a journalistis
have improved other areas. Such building, accompanied t
by expanded housing construction and 16-year-old Shirley Louise \
McBride who
massive social service, could transfrom Harlen. appointed Managing was recently editorof 1M : WHERE. _l ;
and Make it a national showcase for Operation Urban the Jackson Globe,official f MIN. j
Survival. news organ of Miami Jackson -
I spoke with a young lad in Philadelphia recently. High School where she \ 7ce E1eae 'U'DmaIe
He came to see me at our convention there. He is a senior. SAVES
pointed to the beautiful Museum of Art which stands Shirley is the daughter of ; And Where
Mr. and Mrs. William W.
like a Greek temple at the head of an impressive McBride of 5603 NW 15th lr Your 2Utvz
boulevard, and then he pointed to the handsome [Free Avenue. Mr. McBride Is city Savings fa te 7
handsone fountain and he editor of the Miami Times.In .
Library towering over a ,
said to me, "We don't have a museum or a library in posi- '
tion on the Globe,she is year SIX MONTHS '
, my neighborhood, we'v got nothingabsolutelynothing. /
book senior editor and a 51/4 SAVINGS OREGULAR
member of Jackson Color f CERTIFICATE OR 4 X / SAVINGS PAID
Nothing but shabby streets of despair and hope- Guard. Her other activities i /O QUARTERLY ,
lessness, an environment which stifles the young and include membership in Girls mrirmuofiiNa

depresses the old. Operation Urban Survival would Atheltic Association, Student ,r WE MATCH YOUR SAVINGS DOLLARS 77
bring these buildings of hope into thw slums, it would Council Cabinte, Pep club; -
Quill and Scroll Club,a Journalistic FOR EXAMPLE
penetrate the iron curtain of despair which rings the J.J/
honor and i "
society; Merchants $10 10
the ghetto. It is absolutely essential for the survialof
the staff, W
Chrysalis a literary I A STAMPS
a creative urban civilization. America cannot publication of poems written $10003001000
abandon its cities to despair. It needs an Operation by students.
Urban Survivalnow.. Shirley is a very active = 7F
member of the Church of the 11 BIND YOUR
) HOURS) tUfllillY CI10CK W THIS At
Open Door where she servesas i Won. Tuts. Wtd. Nil N.W.< LT.5VII10 7th $ amt A OCIATIOH I
Avonui, M Florida
Vice President of the Pil- Thurs. '
grim Fellowship youth r 1.30 <,m. to 4:00 p.m. SMtlimaii: Attached is my chick In the amiunt il $ . Please even the i
{ fallowing type mount i in the same shown below and seed m/ passbook i' W i
NETS: 'WHO ADVERTISE, ..IN THE group; and has given serv- i Friday savings certlllcate, signature Carl Gr8M Stamps I
ice at the Cerebral Palsy Cli- PLUS CHECK
; TELLIMGYOU ,THEY, nic.She 7 MO; a m.to t00; p.m. D 5% Savings Corlifieitt
is a member of Senior t I D 4'/ Passbook Account '
,., SS;, 1; T YOU br Girl Scout Troop 409 and t Saturday Paid Quantity (Nut Greed Stamps) i

upon graduation from Miami '. 1.00: ajn. to noon NAMI .,., ,.....,. .... ......... ..................,... ... .
Jackson plans to majorIn OTIIe NAMe Ir JOINT ACCOUNT ......................................
journalism at Miami-Dade TE1.154-4541 ADostsS ........................................................... .?
Junior College.

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THE MIAMI Tl MES. Friday, Octob.r 7, 19663

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y At a recent hearing'on the critical nurse shortgge by the New York State Joint

Legislative' Committee on the Problems of Public Health and Medicare, Committee

t Chairman Senator Norman F. Lent is flanked by two key Witnesses testifying on the

recruitment of Negroes into nursing.At left is Robert A. M. Peterson, vice president-

marketing, Ex-Lax, Inc.; at right.; Mrs. M. Elizabeth Carnegie, associate editor,

Nursing Outlook Magazine, official publication of the National League for Nursing.

Bandit Trio Kills Bar ,


Patron During Escape

More than 5;000 new Negro voters were put on the registration books during the I
two-week crash registration program put on by the community voter registration I Thomas Wayne Null, away vehicle, which was fin- questioned. He is listed as
committee throughout the county. One of the busiest neighborhood 27 year-old white man, was ally abandoned on a dirt owner of the seven year-old
registration of-
killed in a 2 a.m. bar robbery \ road east of SW 31st Ave., sedan used as the getawaycar.
fices was at Central Life Insurance Co., 176 NW 14th St. In the bottom
new in Fort Lauderdale Sun- when it hit a sandbank. The investigation would
registrants proudly display their cards. photos by Robert Portier. day when patrons fought a During the chase,the ban- continue, law officers said.

Negro bandit trio. dits fled, one at a time. The three robbers wore
Null tried to wrestle one Most of the stolen wallets silk stockings over their

Cuban Refugees To Build ShrineMiami's of the bandits as the latter were left inside, In a large faces, but a woman patron
entered the car with his com- brown bag used to collect pulled the mask off one of

panions, and was shot In the them during the robbery.The them.Pursuing
"It forehead and chest. bandits abandonedthe the trio as they
exile Cuban seems to me fitting it
colony, will erect a shrine on should be there since it was* START WORK TODAYU.tA After the shooting at car after exchangingshots left the bar, some of the pa-
through these waters the Public. Seivlte Over the Thunderbird bar, other with pursuing highway trons tossed chairs' at them
the of to
edge Biscayne Bay
of refugees came to America 20 Years victims of the robbery Joined patrolmen.A and one threw a billiard ball.,*
Our Lady Charity, patroness -
of Cuba. -250,000of them," the bishop Live in Molds the Florida Highway Patrolin suspect whose name In the chase, Null was the
The announcement was ,said.The C.... Bus Boyt a wild pursuit of the get- has been withheld, has been most persistent

made by. Roman Catholic bishop envisioned a I Dishwashers Porters
Bishop Coleman F. Carroll goal of at least $500,000 to Go. Station Drivers
Tuesday.It build the shrine with a chapelfor Hotel & Home Molds
will express exiles' 200-300 people. We Appreciate Your

thankfulness for their escapeto Business 5 FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMOpATIONS
freedom and also remind .
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them to call on her to help AJ..r! ;:i Fa '-8312itftIt 5 AT MODERATE RATES

their countrymen still in 5 CALL SI
Cuba, the bishop said. '
1 N.E. Sill Street
The shrine will be built .f I1 -
in front of LaSalle-Immao- '
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ulate High School next to '
Hospital South ,.. II YEARS OP RESPONSIBLE a
Mercy on
Bayshore Drive on land donated I
by the diocese.It I ', \ ..,
will face across the .,, When BUYING or BUILDING
bay towards Cuba. I' RENTAL
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greet new friends. Florida! .your, 'S

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday. October 7, 1966 .
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[ BILL McBRIDENorthwestern

H. E. SICISMUNO' REEVES Editor and Publisher

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor By Booker T. Hayes Athletic
WiLLIAM w. MCBRIDE Cltr editor ,. ay

Mombor of tho National N.w.pop>n., PublUtiort Association. On last Friday Leon Holston 16, was sentencedto Facilities Totally
death in the electric chair at Raiford prison. He had

SUBSCRIPTION RATES been convicted of first degree murder In the death of a
ONE YEAR ".00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 Iiadegvate
accused '
13-year-old white male, one of three was --
Such disregard for human rights as shown
Entorod as Socond by a
Offlco at Miami' ', Florida' undor the act of March 8, 1876 tried. Florida High School Athletic Association and will playa
realize the source by which he was being
you regular schedule in the Gold Coast Conference
Off lea lit 6740- NW 15th Avenue Phone OX 1-0421 The state attorney who demanded and received the includes Coral Gables, Miami Hilgh, Miami Jackson which

death peanlty should have much to think of. His satis- Edison Palmetto South Broward, and numerous others)

HURRICANE INEZ faction from a conviction of this nature must surely be It must for sake Jones High of Orlando Middleton oiTampa'
and all
Blake of Tampa upstate Negro High
Tuesday. -It.s 6a.m.Wearebattereddown and llstenting short-lived. It appears that emotions have taken the Schools. Blanche Ely, and Dillard have already been
slamming Haiti and other places in the Caribbean. Windsare corrected the city of Ft. Lauderdale'' might suffer. remain o n the schedule with Mays and Booker T.
about. .85 miles an hour. Inez is now 55 miles S.E. becuase are Dade County Schools
-. .. ..--. ....----- Washington they if
ui muuni. oiorm warnings are up. :schools are Closed, ana they have not been phased out by this time.
so are city offices and many business places. countless
Down through the years a number of
Airplanes have been flown to safer quarters.It's The all-white male jury returned a verdict of guiltyt athletes have been produced by these high schools with top

past the noon hour. We have breakfasted, while i against Leon,but they have rendered no verdict against good coaching and extreme second effort on the part of

continues to rain and Inez is still blowing away while t the great state of Florida, which is in my opinion, is the community and the players. Only in recent years have

we are all battered up. equally as guilty. Guilty,because for the lack of proper these teams had anything but the crudest of training aids

of hurricane The Keys force.have had their share. Homestead had winds facilities, ,they have allowed this insane person to a two man machine and a 7 man machine was about
: all there was to work with. No varsity room, first aid
the 6f certain The hostility
One thing is certain. The Miami prey upon a area.
Times ableto
was not room whirlpool, Immediate Ice, or enough medicationto
open its doors today. That's the first time in a long possessed by Leon against others was revealed quite even satisfy the rudimentary needs was evident.As .
time; but we simply had to join the many business place quite some time ago. He was committed to the Florida of September of 1967 Northwestern will be if the

closed down for the day. We were lucky to have light State School for Boys at Marianne for the murder of a proposed plan is put into effect, the only former "Negro"

and power at home. five-year-old boy at the age of 14. At this time, he was High School still in operation that is Negro administration
It's Wednesday. Hurricane Inez in now in the Gulfof J r 'adjudged insane and incapable of determining right and Negro coaching staff.

Mexico 75 miles west of Key West. Schools are open, from wrong..During his commitment he received no aid The varsity room, if you can call it that by county
and so are businness places. Mopping up is now the orderof or psychiatric treatment and was subsequently released standards is only large enough to accomodate no more
the day. than 30 boys and head coach James Wanza and his
This act the of state officials
unconditionally. on part staff has 135 boys out for the team. This room has only
POLITICS OF POVERTY, makes them accessories before the fact, and therefore 50 working lockers with only 18 having, doors. These

equally as guilty. lockers are not properly ventilated and certainly presentsan
In Tuesday morning's Miami Herald is an article unhealthy situation. .
captioned, "The New Politics of Poverty." It's written At the time Northwestern was built, the "poweisthat be"
by Joseph Kraft. If you have not read it, do so. I would not want Leon to dwell in my neighbor- were well aware that the area served was all Negro and
Mr. Kraft said the Congressional debate on the Poverty hood, nor would anyone else who deals in reality, but would remain as such: 'There was much ballyhoo that
Program this year provides further evidence of a new this does not mean that I would sanction his destruc- Northwestern was one of the most modern up- <>date
approach to public welfare that Is finally coming to supplantthe tion. To some he is comparable to a wild animal and high schools to be found anywhere in the state but only
now outwarn philosophy of the New Deal and it also should be destroyed, but this is not the solution. Heis the meagerest of athletic facilities were*provided.
reveals that in the politics of poverty there is a gap between The coaches office: where eight coaches must dress and
but of the whose confrontation with
local and national leaders.He one many society
plan measures only 6 ft by 8 ft. The varisly room, weight
says the New Deal approach featured centralized has left them incurably scarred. His innocence or guilt room and first aid room are all one in the same. The

governmental action to help poor people and communities. should not have been considered. Testimony'as to his gymnasium will only seat approximately 400 to 500 of
The new approach features direct participation intheforma- insanity by two psychiatrists and a clinical psychologist the school's 2200 student body and the basketball court
tlon and administration of programs by groups of local should have offered him immunity from prosecutionuntil has never been laid out properly.It .

citizens. Thus Community Action Programs in the War such time as he had been adjudged sane. How is my understanding that Dr. Joe Hall Superintendentof
on Poverty are largely run by local councils with direct Public Instruction, a former athlete himself and a
this trial was ever allowed on the judge's docket is a
representation of the poor. believer in the future has seen this unbelievable situation
There's much of interest inthe article. Read it for yourself. surprise, and even more surprising is its completion and and to date, has not seen fit to take any corrective action.

the results. We cannot find a similar situation in any other school

BLUE CROSS CRITICIZED. that even approaches the conditions at Northwestern and
strongly recommend to all concerned thatwe start to practice
Metro Commissioners express dissatisfaction at the The jury. Well instructed as to the penalty were what we preach by taking the necessary action to rectify
service given by Blue Cross. they to render a verdict of guilty without a recommen- this disgracefully unfair situation Immediately.

At a meeting on Monday they threatened canceling the 'dation of mercy and I agree on one point they made very Certainly a great school like Northwestern the established

county employees group insurance: policy, and getting a clear. Leon Holston should not be allowed to again 'home of champions;baseball, track,basketball,and football
company that will pay claims unless the service improves.The mingle with society. We differ greatly however on the is deserving of better facilities for its many outstanding
Blue Cross costs more than a million dollar a yearin method by which this should be accomplished. The athletes and dedicated coaching staff.

premiums. jury would have him eradicated, but this is neither the
Among other actions were: Certifying the 1966 county SUPPORT 8. T. fV'S COMMUNITY! SCHOOL:
the Christian
real and personal tax roll at $5.35 billion, an increase of American or way. Certainly we have not
f $23.3 million. reached the point*where we kill off all those who show If there was a time when Negroes needed to take the

t Increasing the rate paid by the county to ,private nursing tendencies of insanity. Temporary insanity has been i'advantage of ducational opportunities, it is now. Throughout

homes for care of indigents from $5.91 per patient per dayto used as a defense in any number of cases, and in some j' Dade County hundreds of such opportunities are gOIng
$7.50. begging. In the Central Negro District of Miami Negroesare
the defendants have been declared not guilty as a result .
Instructed Homer start work not taking the advantage of advance
County Manager to of their opportunities to
plea. Here we have an individual whose in- ;
immediately on his plan to juggle Metro's office: space i themselves. Right at their very door-steps is the Booker T,
including moving the commission's chamber to the second sanity has been confirmed, yet we find him sentenced Washington Community'School, headed by Miami's well-

floor of the Courthouse. to the electric chair. What brand of justice is this ? I!known Clifford R Matte>s,Sr., Community School Director.

Many will say, because of the enormity of his It is my understanding that if 10 persons desire a certain

HALT CUBA'S AIRLIFTRep. crime, that there is no basis for this defensebut they J class they can have it with a teacher expertly trained in
the field. There are literally hundreds of that Mr.
not the
are viewing circumstances in a realistic manner.I .
Arch A. Moore, Republican from West Virginia, wonder if they would harbor the same feeling if Leon ;Mattews would be delighted to help prepare for their high
on Monday asked Pres. Johnson to halt the Cuban airlift Holston had i school! diplomas. Many more mothers with children would
II I and deliver an ultimatum to Fidel Castro that it will not been their son, brother, nephew or close do themselves a special favor by taking the advantage of
relative? If we are being realistic, we must admit that sewing and cooking classes the
be resumed until every American citizen now in Cubais at BTW, not to mention
released. Leon or someone just as disturbed could very easily 'fact: that there are opportunities for all in the community to

Rep. Moore said Congress has cooperated in helping have been our burden. The American Civil Liberties enjoy such activities such as basketball, voile yball tennis,

displaced: Cuban refugees but that the plight of Americans Union is well known for its fight to protect the rightsof j shuffleboard educational-games community chorus for

trapped in Cuba remains unchanged.The the individual. I don't think any of the cases already :drama adults, community theater for those long Interested in
Cuban government still refuses to allow 27 persons undertaken can offer more merit than this modern dancing: taught by a champion who has
one. |
including dependents to leave Cuba on the dally airlift eighty championship prizes, skill classes to prepareadults
for office: .fnna_. .In//\v. ..... to.._.. *...1..,......,A,,_ ...- I...* Karrfnninff
flights for which the American taxpayers pay the bill. and advaned.You -.- --- .wv. "" '. '''r-''6'v
One must admit that the Congressman has something Ito
scream about. We have often wondered if our generousity I I T I are perhapslilieme..you don't know what a community
Phil OssoferHow school is. school
has not been overdone as far as the Cuban airlift is con- 1 Is Cliff tells me that a community
f cerned. one raV8 open from early hours in the morning until
10 P.i M. during the evening. It is also one where adultsand
can a member of The game of lice is far more the-young in the community use the school as a center
religion prove to an agnosticor complex than these games for all of their educational recreational, and vocationalactivities. I
BACKLASH APPEAL [ atheist that there is a Creator and the "Instruments" with As taxpayers, don't you think this is wonderful?
and'that the Creator has which it is played,(men),are Then, we should show all of the community school directors
decreed 'religion as His plan highly Intelligent. Therefore that we really appreciate getting out tax dollars back in
for the moral advancementof the Creator must be even such fine service. Listen, do you know that it was Booker
[ man on earth? more Intelligent. Also each T. Washington, under Cliff Matthews' supervision alongwith

r Naturally some people will game comes complete with help from the Committee appointed by CommissionerAtnlie
rr.'f reject the most convincing its set of rules. What about Range to prevent disorder on Labor Day, that
proofs but there are others the rules for the game of life? violence was avoided? This corner understand that more
THI WHITE HEN OFTVM who while professing no re- They come with each Revelation than 700 youngsters enjoyed games and refreshments.
STATE TO RESORT MM/I ARIGHT TO ]ligious affiliation, are truly from God. Thus the These are the kind of things that your community school

4 COMMAND AMY MEAN TO*AT STOP THEN It seeking answers to their ques- rules for Judaism (the can do and are doing. We must mention Ben Morse,
NEGnOES t tions. Torah), came with Moses; at R. R. Morton also did a fine job on Labor Day. The
In.my search for answers the rules for Christianity entire community should express its thanks to Dr. Joe
to give to such seekers, I blossomed forth In he New Hall, the Superintendent and Mr. Louis Tasse who made
k a have come up with this al- Testament through the com it possible for both community schools to stay open. TM
i t.: legory, which parallels my ing of Jesus; and the Quran being true a.ko places a responsibility on the shoulders l
r concept of God and religion. voiced the rules of life In the aU ot us. Why can't we as adults go out to the Booker
I remind these seekers that Arab world of Muhammad. Washington Community School and give Cliff Mathews
life is like a game. When one The same goes for and Ben Morse J a hand in supervising activities for our
every OWN
purchases a game at stone, revelation sent down by God kids? These fellows needyour help your suggestionsand
i iWMTf whether it costs ten cents or Hindu (Bhagavad-Gita), the your talents. We have somethlnggntat here In Miami.-
ten dollars, we know that Ithas Zoroastrian (Zend-Vesta Community School. There is only one other state that
been created by some In- and Bhuddist (Drarmas.) can it brag In loud tones and that Is Michigan. Oh yes,
Like may Interest you to know that the Community School
a telligent being (the creatoris all others agnosticsand began
some 30
1 always more intelligent atheists are playing the years ago in Flint, Michigan.
,IALY ATG NOIiM 't than: the object created), and game of life Can they deny Lastly school, let us quit complaining and go out to the community -
that: the creator has made upa that the rules thiscxciting II where the act Ion is. Rememberthat education
set of rules by which the an exacting game are non- pays. you want y..then get busy and get into themainstream
game is to be played. existent? that the American Way of Life..Jointhecrowds
horn on their way to the community school nearest your

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday October 7. 1966 SON
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P The public! Is invited to
)" ,
k "Beauty Culture in Retro

pect" (60 years) sponsored
by Cosmetologist Unit No. 7,
FRIENDSHIPA Sunday, Oct. 9, 5 to 8 p.m. at

friend is like old music, loved and heard Bonded Rental Agency, 4150
NW 7th Avenue.
beyond parched 'of silence
years ,
There will be hair style
like a light burning
among dark mountains; T fashions, modeled from pioneer -
staunch and warm after long travel
days up to present fashion -
through a lonely night. No need of words trends. The growth and
has friendship but the touch of a hand and progress will be shown from
hand i$ all there is to say. 4_ old fashioned pullers to per
w manents. A distinguishedgroup
Wynn Speece of hair stylist and

cosmetologists will be on
FIRST NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER TO OPEN I the program. Some outstanding -

The Economic Opportunity Program, Inc. will models will appear. This
formally dedicate the first Neighborhood Center in Dade occasion is a must for those
County at 10 a.m. October 11. It will be located at 490 i t-4 interested in the beauty culture **

NW 11th St., and will be named after the late Rev. JohnE. profession. Hair styles
Culmer, who served the Episcopal Diocese of South ; : IfJ only. Recognition will be
; given to the pioneers of the
Florida for ,
44 years. S profession.Mrs. .

Among those in our city to attend the funeral of o j :: ,' Marion Muldrow is
William Crawford were the John Wesley Crawfords of t'r ": \r\:;'' president, Mrs. AHene Scottis
Cordele, Ga.; Mattie L. Johnson, Americus, Ga.; Ge- I 'f ) : 'l secretary and Alice Lucasis

vena more. Bagley, St. Petersburg and Marvin Davis, Balti- ';l- t'.tt chairman.

Friends of Hazel Seymour are happy to know thatshe's THETA NU SIGMA
recuperating at home after surgery at St. Francis \. ,
Mr. Clifford Matthews attended the funeral of his
father at Gainesville last week. MEETSThe

Theta Nu Sigma Sorority -
Lou is all smiles, now that her Ed is home. The of the National Beauty

Bogies, a popular couple live at 1444 NW 69th Street. Culturist League, Inc. Mu
Chapter met at the home of i'f

Get well wishes to Dorothy J. Evans at Mercy Soror Rosa Lee Dean. Plant

Hospital; Harold (Brother) Williams at Jackson; Janie %t i< were made for the regions
Florence- at Jackson Thelrna'Tlarlce at- home. Aubrv. .meeting to be held in St.
Simms at Victoria Edna Cleare, Thelma Robinson and Petersburg, Ma., uct. -ZJ-Z:- -,-.
Nell Frazier. They were honored with a
guest from West Palm Beach, I
Mrs. Martha Smith.
Miss Bethune-Cookman
CHRISTIAN SERVICE OFFICE OPENSA CollegeMISS Members, present were: ,
neighborhood office of the Christian Basileus Marion Muldrow,
ing her junior year she was eluding Miss Freshman
Service Agency of Dade County opened Monday at 1736 POT.T.vr.v chosen May Queen. A soc- Mittle L.'Weston escorted by Sorors: Betty Collins, Vera
NW 56th St. The Office is aimed at helping solve problemlil Diane Allen,'a 19-year-old iology major Diane plans to Wilbert Holloway; Miss Dillard of West Palm Beach;
being created by relocation of persons in the o, senior from Ocala was enter graduate school. Her Sophomore, Patricia Thomas Doris Dors'ett, Mildred Williams -
crowned Miss Bethune- Olga .Cooper, Hallan-
Brownsville-Liberty City areas. Miss Joan Gross, director hobbies are reading and sew- escorted by Valentino
of the agency's central office said "our main ob- Cookan College last Friday ing. As Miss BCC she will McBride; Miss Junior, Bar- dale; Pearl Hardy,Ft. Lauder-
evening during coronation travel with the football team bara Bacon escorted by Ed- dale.
jective will be to help those people use existing
ceremonies in Heyn Memorial
a celebrated hour is planned ward Dawkins and Miss Senior
"! ost of them don't know what is availableto
sources. Chapel at BethuneCooki during homecoming, Nov- Barbara Brown escorted NOTICE
them or how to about getting that help." Do i College. When the
go you ember 5th and she will also by Alfred McGee. The Dorsey Junior High
have a problem?? young coed marched down serve throughout the year as Miss BCC was escortedby
the aisle to thunderous School will hold its first PTA ,
few in the official campus hostess. Larry Little, of Miami meeting Wednesday,Oct. 12: at
Ray Charles, singing-recording star, in personal crowded applause auditorium people knew Them were eighteen other captain of the 1966 BCC 7:30 p.m. in the school's audi-

appearance concert at Dinner Key Auditorium, plus she had been involved in a campus queens presented In- Wildcats football team. torium.

supporting artists on Saturday:: at 8. near fatal automobile ac-
cident and doctors had given
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Ixora Girl Scout volunteers important meeting her little chance to ever walk I", ',"' "'JJ: "',"'j1;, 0 't.
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Wednesday Oct. 12 at Carver YMCA at 7. again. I /. ..\" "" :"'> ..'" 4\Y:.f' ,,, :" ,
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It all happened one night .il : '
Welcome to delegates to the 33rd National Con- '
during her senior year in tj ; :
vention of the National Council of Catholic Women high school when the car :,, ; ; ; : : ,
meeting at the Fountainebleau Hotel. Friday evening Miss Allen was a passengerin : :
session (8:30 p.m.) is open to the public. A panel will was crashed into by an- "f .. ;:, i'
other vehicle on a turnpikenear t '' 'r1 Nr

discuss women in community service. Fort Pierce as Miss Al- t ;;' : "i": :'\% ,rP ." 1" '''Nr ;"' '}::>S :, i ;,, ,,:4 i
Ocala : :
to .
len was returning ,'y, .,j' :., ,'/ ,, '
Here from Augusta, Ga. are the Alvin (Mary) Goffsare from Miami after participating A.' "" I 1
the houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. David (Marie) Price.A Oratorical Contest r'r +, \y : ; i r 'rj1JiVDS'';: : ,i
in an f, ';'jI"'y', : .'if.., ". 'L/ ., ,'C. .. \ .
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She suffered a fractured pel- r :{ ,'. .... .." '. 1"\'ij".oI'Y. ;r, ....
( 'y1JF ?j'trw". iWJ k 7.'Ly/'klo\ a .' fl.f. ? '.t"; ."" .1.f..(," ,.,'.., ., ,;.1 i'" yV ..'
two-day business trip brought Joseph Banks of vis and doctors said she ;.,. :1' '., .' ; "
1\ d'
NYC to our city.Sympathy would never walk again. :'1'j':."y;.: f" CUSTOMER'S; : 'HOURS P; '''"f' J

The months followed ;<, ," r. .. : l.. ,....
was ', ". "' .:.. ?'.'*.M''' '' .. ., *. .. c ;
to the following families in their loss of rugged for the girl who want ;; .' .", |j.k--' '' ,1.tl"_ ,"I. ,. ", J,,.' "" ,tf'f' :
their loved ones: Williams, Pitts-Clarke, Wilson, Matthews ed to enter college and par- \\ : : :
; ThomasPickett.BUY ticipate like other girls. After ., '- ,- rk\-\

A 1967 GIRL SCOUT CALENDAR TODAY! then weeks the accident another in an Ocala she two spent months hospital eight in f' ,. 'j8 ttiEa'S! HOURSTO i : ..J.Ji.

braces. Miss Allen who had "'IP" '' .,... .. .., .
On Saturday, Charmettes, Inc. met at Roosevelt already applied for admis- i. '; ." :"! '.:" .. c ''/", ..",_ ':

Savings Community room to map plans for their fall con- sion to Bethune-Cookman -

ference. College, was determined not ;. 'j SR BETTER SERVE YOU OUR AUTO
to spend a college career on :
Anniversary Greetings to Mr. and Mrs. Wellington crutches. By the fall semes- '
(Pauline Higgs) Johnson, their third (leather). ter her efforts to walk had TELLER WINDOW IS NOW OPEN
convinced doctors that onlya f .:. .,.
Have a wonderful! birthday! Oct. 4-Mizie Hanna, canewas necessary to assist said :: .... .3
her. The
campus queen
Garth Reeves Jr;Oct. 5, Dorothy Miller, Gayle Sweeting, "I threw the cane away be- F Monday Thru Thursday:
Oct. 7, Danita Boyd, Pearl B. Stokes; Oct. 8, Eugene fore they ordered me to. I : t
' oger, Jocelyn M. Whipple; Oct. 9, Keith Dames, Oct. was just plain embarrassed."

10, Rosalie George; Oct. 11, Maxine L. Randall, Frank Since then Diane has enJoyed 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. ';'I 1
Robinson ; Oct. 12, Clevelani Jackson, Maxie Miller. a perfectly normal college ;

Oct. 13, Rachelle A. Vines. career Shewas inducted
into the Delta Sigma Theta Friday 8 A.M. to 8 P.M.

With the Ebony Fashion Fair's "Colorballoo" ap- Sorority Inc.; is a member

pearance drawing near, the local shops are expected to of the Women's Senate, and Saturday 8 A.M. to Noon ,k
Jo brisk business with the mesdames who, themselves, the Canterbury Club. Dur- \ ::

will be quite beautifully,attired ,in,the latest fashions. FULL BANKING SERVICE FOR ALL PEOPLE '
The show off-stage is often as exciting as the one on- "

Mr. Albert Hepburn and Mr. and rs. Roy II. Ferguson -

of Chicago, 111. were here visiting their mother, 3ETHEL LINCOLNATIONAL BANK:

Mrs. Letitia Ferguson. After 12 happy joyful daysthey .. A

returned to the windy city. The Greater Bethel AME :, of MiamiMiami's \ar
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Church Auxiliary Board No. 1 ; ;' Institution I' "" .
100% Integrated Banking : .k
will its annual
present tea, .. '
: Sunday, Oct. 9 at the church, 'l' .1: "tbe'Edlsim Financial Center.u -, .i\i ; "
245 NW 8th St. at 3:30 p.m., :; '' .,, .... ,,:
October 9. 15 Fire Prevention Week : ,.; !:\ii")

National School'Lunch'1'eek fall featuring and winter Mrs. Roy fashions I en Hills from, 60--J'3 M.W. ....l"ft." '" ...,/ "e' .OM !.',.;..,., ; ... !" .. Ii

October 12 Columbus Day stores. You are cordially in* ".'.," .' ". .';. .". ;J. ; H': !.J:. s.,.t... -> .
October 15 World Poetry !Day vited. .. h _

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PRESENT MISS TEENAGEMT. The contestants will delight
you during these moments of
A3C Phillip A. Rut!edge, PLAQUE CEREMONY ZION splendor. The youth of Mt.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Felix L.
The Prince Hall Masonic Zion trust you shall have a
Johnson of 1891 NW 47th Terr.
is Council will present a Plaque Join us in a "World of pleasant evening. Do come
nan now home on leave. Air Ceremony honoring WLBW TV Fantasy," as the Miss Teen- :out and enjoy yourself. Rev.,
Rutledge completed 4
weeks of basic and Miss Molly Turner, public age Mt. Zion coronation takes Edward T.Graham, pastor and
A training at I Miss direc-
ll ;r Lack!and AFD, Texas and affairs directress on Oct. 9, place Wednesday, Oct. 12, at '' Euphrates Abbitt,
t! BY DAVE BONDU then went to six weeks of from 2:30 until, at Greater St. 7:30 p.m. in the refectory of tor.
Paul Methodist Church in
Air Police School at Lack

and Last much week to, I worked in the voter registration drive pleteshis land. After leave Rutledge he is going com- choirs Coconut, groups Grove.and soloists Featuring of ;-W; MAKE A'DATE TO ATTEND )r.t, ,,"
my shock, I found Songs of Glory program and 11\ '..1" f '
are thousands 8urrl8\and that ther4 to be assigned to one of the ; I v '
of W are not registered. Let's face Air Mrs. Vemice Ross and Charlie
Force Bases in
facts Japan. EBONY
You are an American Davis. FASHION FAil
Citizen, and should be a Airman Rutledge was a Horace White is president -
these registered voter, lf you are of age. Do you realize wha t graduate of Miami Northwestern and Lady Rasa 9nith is '
We have people have gone through so that they can vote? High School in June 66. recording secretary.; I r
no problem
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registering here in our State and .
we do not take
advantage of it. There are two sure things For further information .COLORBALL00PM
that truly belong to you and regardless of your educational '
background, no one can take on your opportunities in the TELL OURADVERTISERS
vote from you. In this day and your age knowledge, you must or exercise your USAF School, travel and ad- ii j\. I.' ....

your rights, and the only way to do that is to vote. Those vancement-contact MSgU :Bill ::.:; ; MkiMi ,IMCNSponsored Ardiietii ,
of you who think your vote does not count, or that it does;I Randall at 109 NE 5th St., or YOU SAW IT IN THE .I..;.'. \' ; .
not help you must believe that every vote counts and call 379-1702. TIMES \i; /i', .1 by e Alpho/Koppa Alpha Sorority,., \
it does
not show
up now, it will help your children
and your race in years to come. In closing, may I say
that you should not be a slacker. Get out and register
and then be-darned sure you vote. I don't care if you area
Democrat or a Republican Vote!!!


We received a letter this week from a gentlemen, and
*e would liket to bring it to your attention. Here it Is.*


An Interested party of the Brownsville Area called me the
other day to say that the parkinthat area is nice, but they
are absolutely in need of a swimming pool, in that area,
along with a baseball diamond and some tennis courts,

as In Manor Park. The kids and adults of that sectionof PRESENTS ITS ..... It ,.,.-- ., '
town have to go to Manor Park, or another area to 1 y G 5' w
swim. What can we do about it? ; } =


Our City Commissioner, Mrs. Athalle Range, wantsto
know how y'all would like to have Sunday afternoon ,
concerts at Manor Park. The problem is what kind of "---.- ._- '
musical concerts We --, __ f
you prefer. came up with the Idea of --
your writing to me care of the Miami Times, and let us FEATURING
know if you want Classical, Jazz, or whatever or a ,afw
mixture. The only exception is rock and roll. The concerts )
will not be loud or noisy. On your cards and letters please
put "Music", and the address is 6740 N.W. 15 Avenue.
We want to know what you want, and admission is free. CAL ROBERTSand
While you,are writing cardsdo notforget to let me know
the location of some junk cars that may be on your street,
or one that you know. I will turn them over to Com- and the
missioner Irving Christie and he will see to it that they are

moved. .
It is time to pay a little compliment to the City Manager, M
City Commissioners and the Florida Tower and Light I
Company. They are installing extra street light in our r
neighborhoods, and this will make for less crime, in our i r
city. If they have not reached your neighborhood, yet, Acts.5
it will not be much longer,because they are working steadily {
at it

Quick Note Department: I can't see for the life of me : FRIDAY-SATURDAY-SUNDAY
why some people won't leave Sister Maria Infanta alone. '
She Is doing a fine job with the EOPI Day Care Center.
The Catholic Schools have Nuns as teachers; The Jews Ladies Free..Men SOC
have Cantors that teach their children, so how come Sister
Maria can not teach or run a day care center, because fiCAL
she wears a Religious Habit? The people who are making
these complaints are not concerned about the job she is
doing with our children, he is objecting to her clothes. ROSERTS
say "hogwash". jl jlI
Wed. Nile Amateur Nile Lilill P.b.
Pretty Girl of the Week: Laurice Hepburn
Pretty Boy of the Week: Lee Black 0,1 7 Nlt.s ,::1:1y.fj
Golfer of the Week: Eddie Smith Thurs. Nlte Ladles Nlte :
Doctor of the Week:W. A. Patterson, Jr.

', A W..kk I
PLENTY BID PRIZES \\i'4..' .. J.
Our big band had to cancel its rehearsal last week.
Our Secretaty, Al Shootes, "was disturbed at HurricaneInez. -
Anyway, we have changed it for this Tuesday: at
7.30 p.m. Y all let the fellows know Jack Corbett,
at the James Club is holding his own; same goes for w'M
Frank Duboise at the Knight Beat. Hey, how about *
that new club down in the South end of the County called
the Ponderossa. I hear tell it's real nice. Al Meeks and
his trombone are there Bert Wallace !is working at COMING
the Carrolls, up in Hollywood, with the Ricky Lane Trio
and Etta Cameron Sammy Davis Jr. has pneumonia,
in Chicago. We hope he recovers real soon. He is sucha A
great talent Said the young white bride to her
young Negro husband: "Darling, now that we are married, { Oct. 21-22-23 t
do you still have to call me, "Whitey

That does it for another week. Till the next one, 'Live Joe Hinton

Life, Every Golden Minute Of It. ElOUR !_ /

Oct. 28-29-30


Mittie Collier ::
SECRET PRAYER Be a Nurse's Aid % 'c .

Pschyo physical t.mpl. of AIDES ,
the Divine Moth.r, Inc. s.cr.t .
pray.r formula chart. 2380 W. Flagltr Street MITTIE COLLIER JOE HINTON
My pray.rs or. being sent out Call or write for in tarna-
and blessings are coming In. tion: 443-9741 '
Send for Fr. Dally Blessing. Morning Classes:
How to g.t what you want larllill Wed.
9 to 12
through this n.w way of a.m. p.m. ,
self-addressed! Evtning Classes:
".oy.,. Mall
envelope to R.". 'c. Forster, 7 to 10 p... 0 ct. 12
P. 0. Box 56, St. Albans Register now for MOW
N. Y. 11412. classes. .

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8 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, October 7, 1966eraernlIlIIIIlltgflIlIIIIala111111e11aaa.uia.i..r __ a honeymoon couple after 20 years. Lucius (Gunner

Kennedy, 3351 Seymour Ave., Bronx. N. Y. dabbling i in)

.. real estate Wilbur M. Miller,1297 Hoe Ave. i3ro
RICHMOND Round About formerly of Tampa! Fla) and Sandra Hepburn of'Libert'

Foe U 5 City a gossip piece Matthew Stephens Jr. and his
HEIGHTS lovely wife (former Luddle Basley of Avon Pak) acting
Talk like sweethearts of the week Ken Wheaton jack
iniiiimiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiniiiiiBy G, sonville lad) a New York city cop living in Long Is.
BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL land's most exclusive Westbury section, fabulous

Gwendolyn Laverne Ross ABOUT U. S. Senator home, 345 Powell Lanes. Scoop Bethel's son, Jin
PEOPLE ARE TALKING of 100 mie Jr. in the Army stationed fat Ft. Jackson, South
Social Notes of New York addressing a group
Jacob K. Javits
Boy Scout Troop 73 made a bite SPLASH at their business and civic leaders at the Harlem YMCA last Carolina, address: C-5 1-29207 No. 1.
recruitment pool party on October 1, at Richmond Pool which said the Senate's failure to TEEN CHATTER AND MUSIC SURVEY-"Gene Chani
from 7 to 9:30 PM. The troop, mastered by Mr. Herbert Monday during partially because of ler" headlining the Apollo Theatre stage show this
Ammons, meets every Tuesday night, at 5:30, in Frank pass the Civil Rights was Warwick "I
violence in Negro areas week had Dee Dee want to be with You",
Martin's School Cafetorium. the backlash reactions
Wells (Miss Bedroom look
No longer will she be addressed as Linda Hankerson, and inflammatory statements by Negro militant leaders. girl) Mary ) competing
but Private Linda Hankerson. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. said extreme militant Negro speakers have for the "Duke of Earl"-a girl show Lorrane Alii-
B. L. Hankerson, Linda left on September 28, to becomea Javits the white communities and caused a white son's hit, "Stay with me Baby" ,had plenty soul and
member of the WACS (Womens' Army Corps) and be frightened Millinder former Savoy Ballroom dedicated to Barbara Hart,that "Caesar's Pad Girl"
trained In backlash Lucky (
programming. band leader) of the "Sweet Slumber" record fame in Four Tops "Reach Out, I'll be There" lovely Uei;

... the 40's died last Wednesday of a liver ailment at Har- Judge, Bronx beauty "To Make a Big Man Cry"
Inside Our ChurchesTo Rockefeller expected to (Roy Head) dedicated to Eureka Allen Turner and,
lem Hospital N. Y., Gov.
recognize the 54 charter social
members and
promote Man, Alfred H. Chapman. Key West wishfuls.
November with Franklin Navy .
awareness is the two-fold aim of the Second Baptist Church win re-election as state boss in
Banquet on Friday evening, Odober 28, at the Dupont D. Roosevelt Jr.pushing ahead of Dem. Frank O'Connor The Bop Brown jazz spot on Key West's Pertronia St.,
Plaza Hotel Speaker for the event will be Mr. Talmidge for a close second P. S. 201, the school of and the In-Crowd we dedicpte Roy Hamilton's "Crack
Fair, Executive Director of the Urban League. The following controversy at 127th St. Sand Madison Ave. Harlem reinstated in Up Over You" To Oscar McIntosh it's Joe
words of the writer Goethe will set the for the
banquet "The great thing In this world is, not pace so much white principal Mr. Lisser, children are attending Cuba's "Bang Bang.". Otis Redding's "Fa-fa-fa-fa"
where we stand, as In what direction we are moving." and agreements are being met because parents; dedicated to Phyllis Allen Clinton and James Can's
Coordinating the eight sub-committees is Mrs. Mary G. want their children to get an education. Principal "Pouring Water on a Drowning Man" to JoeKeye. Your

Wooten.. A. Ferguson Tickets is are pastor.Congratulations ten. dollars per plate. The ReverendJ. Stanley Robert Lisser of P. S. 201 is 40 years of age reporter saying time and tide waits for no man. So long.

lost his father who died in Florida last February and ............SSSSS..S.
to the Community Youth Choir on his mother died of a stroke Aug. 17. Lisser said the
making their first televised apperance on Channel 10. most crucial problem that confronts this country todayis OPENING SOON
The choir is directed by Mrs. Vernice Ross of the "Songsof the entire civil rights struggle of a minority group of
Glory" program. J people to obtain the God given rights they were born to
Don't forget the Plaque Ceremony honoring Channel J inherit. He was deeply distressed over resentment of Dugie's Paradise
10 and Mrs. Molly Turner at St. Paul's AME Church J his being principal at 201 after working so hard with
on Sunday, October 9, at 3 PM
I the same mothers there for school improvements and
Guest House
1 better i
"The education.
Countdown Begins! Target-Christian Women"is
the theme of Martin Memorial AME Church Women's
Day Program on Sunday, October 9. Two dynamic speakers !MIAMIANS IN NEW YORK Mrs. Kenneth Christian
will provide immeasurable inspiration for the morning ((:formerly Cathy Hopper) sporting their new Bonneville THE PARADISE OF ALL GUEST HOUSES
and evening worship. They are: Mrs. Athalie Range, around the Bronx. She's Hallandale's Dr. Eugene Chris-
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West Hollywood, a Laymen's League officer. Chairmen
Club Shalimer by Randolph" with that lovely "go
of the program are Mrs. George Littlefield (Gloria) and go
Mrs. Henry Cole (Max. dancer Juanita from Daytona Beach, Fla. recently
A youth program will Highlight the afternoon observation chosen Miss In Crowd of the October month Teddy
of Women's Day. Mrs. Sylvester Harris (Wilma) Roberts' (Mrs. Elizabeth Roberts' son) Mop city BarberShop 2966 N.W. 47th St.
is chairman for this portion of the
program. 125th St., Harlem, a real exclusive and beautiful
shop, I was by there Saturday morning past .The
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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday. Octoh.r ?_ 1966 9

Raymond Aranha To ir:

Star In "1.8.II At

Grove Playhouse

The Miami Actors Company
Guild bas announced that it

will present three plays this r 4F
fall at the Coconut Grove
playhouse. The season will
open Oct.13 with the Pulitzer
Prize masterpiece "J.B.1by
the poet-pi writht Arch]

bald Macleish.The .
second presentation
dated for NOT. 3. will be TMoscl's
Pulitzer Prize play

"All James The Way Afee's Home"novel, basedon "A faq New Teachers At Dorsey Juiior High I

in The Family/* The
final, "Hogan's Goat" by Here are six reasons why the students at Dorsey Harold Bethel (science) Alvin Jfcbinson (mathematics),

William Alfed will open en Junior High School should be doing better during the Mary Dixon.(mathematics) Edwina Moore (English) and I

Nov. 23. It has beam described .- current school year. Among the new teachers at Oorsey Eartha Clark (mathematics).
as a "rowd and tender are (left to right) Theodore Garner (mathematics),
: hymn to the New York
Inshand was one of the
best received plays of the He has acted in 27 plays, in
New York season. eight of which he had the lead RATH BlACK HAWK REGAL
role. He has been director for
The Miami Actors Company -14 years.Among. CITY oHF HiIHE / BEER
is composed of 25 professional his clalc[or novcscTA.Ls
accomplishments ::
artists and teachers J5t
are: A tour with
Since March they have been Pla. A&M Playmakers; nine .r
meeting or weekly workshop African countries on President .
undo the direction of equally'
accomplished artists. national Cultural exchange Inter- CHUCK STEAK u.49C

recieved Most Outstanding
Marshall II. Earl, former program ,ILL'! RAllr
Achi vement Award IRMrKD RILL euT IrrrlrrtarRrrl
Broadway producer is president for original production of Riles ROUND STEAK
and James Riley, associate t
Violence." cb tO1'
producer of the Coconut 4 Night Brought ULao ?
Grove Playhouse is vice presented by the Honda CO jtRgt SIRLOIN PEYEor
A&M University Student Gov- BOTTOM ROAST
ernment Association; mentioned -
Raymond D. Aranha, Mi-
in "Who's Who in Ameri- CUT-- ", .r --.
mi an, plays the leading rolein can Universities ans Col- SHOULDER you : ; i
J. u: leges 1960" organized and PORK : ,,
Mr. Aranha has distinguished directed the Miami Summer II .7fG9o 591 9CONROAST
himself as a dramatist -
Players in 1957; the SRO
He is a graduate with Players 1954; received Superior ; u. 590 R1. Lo/N RMORtooA-;:ICr..I,.
B.A. in Drama from Florida Award from FAMU ? INSTANT pOItT1OfI LL 49 LL 55. __....._ ...___ dtRME
ASM: University and has done ease C"'IO.. .
for original production of ccT/nw I'MtT Kn-NA. ruRRr ::. 98'
summer studies at the American "To The Second World;" FON VOUII COFFft eNO'"'D" II. 7 9'C _CUT u 5 5', -CIOIINIO KIlO
Academy of Dramatic received Superior Award from .' VATO.

Arts.He FAMU for original production N//[t. BABY SPARE RIBS 1I.59t .w CNTw_ MCA,""..........
has taught drama at "Three Under The Triboro." w NOULD[w ",e..e&I.. 39' ___-..
Mays High School and at the Mr. Aranha nad his wife, PORK ROAST 8LICU"A'T"AM ...MNWNMNN

Fine Arts Conservatory. Evelyn are parents of one [oooRlu .,.. $, TRIMz-rARuR.ov ,-.a., .. ... .
HYDROX '1 L2AN-.o cLZS.-RAaRro 29 cuco NAM ...,,. I.
lie has written and successfully daughter, nine-month-old :.....a.s..s.. / APORAi10 PETITE HAM 1
produced ten plays Tern.

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10 THE MIAMI TI MES. Friday' October 7. 1966

Willie Clifford Coley,
Essick Wright of Charleston
of 6010 N.W. 15th Ave.was

CARDS E ORIWLS -= DEA' NS at Jackson, S.C., Mem.expired HospitalR Oct. 4th fata Iy shot Sunday after-

His survivors his
owl noon. are
mains will be shipped to
wife Vinne Mae, three sons
Charleston S.C. for final
Willie, Anthony and Kenneth
rites and burial.
Mrs. Beverly Rivers, sev n

I In sad but loving mamaof family of the late Dena Annie Goodman Pk Baby Girl Miller infant brothers Hersh 1 Dorey,

our dear husband an d MRS. MARY RILEY kett, of 765 West 23rd. St., daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Al- Robert, Theodis, Horace,

father ... Hialeah, died at Baptist Hospital len Miller expired Oct. 2nd Charles and Walter; two
who died Sept. 16, 1966 and i I Sept. 30, Mrs. Plckett at Jackson Memorial Hpspl- aunts Jimmie Lee Fowler

g was burled Sept. 21, 1966 in' was a Public School Teacher taL Arrangements at this and Mrs. Alma Charles; two
Albury, George, wishes tc uncle Odis Charles and
rand taught for over 50 years, time are incomplete.Baby
thank our many friends foi M.. i( Nora Woodham:and other
tl .
retiring in 1956. She is survived .nq *
the kindness shown during
relatives. The remains will
death the| by her husband Fred,
her illness and by Girl Halcombe of
sister Mrs. Emily C. be shipped at 9:30 am Thurs-
many cards, telegrams, floral one 22320 S.W. 117th Ct In Oct. 6.
Thomas brother Stephen day,
food donations thatwere
pieces, Goulds expired Sept. 30that
Thomas of Los Angeles, *
received by us. It made Jackson Memorial Hospital.

the burden a little lighter. Calif.; a daughter Gwend- Bishop J.D. Williams,' Arrangements at this Allen A.. Glasgow, of
thanks to the loyn B. Goodman; two 5141 N.W. 27th Ave., died
A special time are Incomplete. 8025 N.W. 17th Ave., was
members of the Mt. Sinai cousins Prevell Barber abd in the Christian Hospital Oct. ,5 fatally stabbed Sunday

Baptist Church,4 St. John Doris Green, other relatives 3. Bishop Williams came to morning. His survivors are

Baptist Church, Mt. PleasantM. and friends. Services for this country a very young Mrs. Inez Blackmon of his wife Bertha
one daughter
E. in Opa.locka, First Mrs. Pickett will be held Sat- man, and received his citizenship 352-B N.W. 14th St. Apt. Yevonne his father
Baptist, Opa-lockaMt. Tabor urday, Oct. 8, from Mt. here. He has pas- 13 expired Sept. 29th at Jack three sisters Mrs.Annie Ruth
Baptist Church. Rev. Grahamof Zion Baptist Church, 3p.m. tored some of the very fine son Memorial Hospital
Culver, Mrs. Irene Reed and
Mt. Zion Bapt. Church, the a a Churches of God of Prop- Funeral services will be held Miss Barbara
Glasgow two
of Airlines2nd and was the of Oct. 8th 2 ;
personnel Eastern hecy pastor Saturday p.m.
Edgar Wilson, of 6850 brothers Freddie and Robert
shift Sears Roebuck Ser'N.W. the Ridgeway Church of God at Mt. Olivette Baptist
12th Ave. passed at and other relatives. Funeral
vice Building, Greater Miami of Prophecy until his health Church with Rev. LC. Mic-
Cedars of Lebanon servic
Hospital s are Incomplete
Federal Assoc., the staff of to fail him. Services kins
began pastor officiating. Re-
Spet. 30. Mr. Wilson is survived will be announced later.
L of the Christian no.pital,the Saturday 12:00 noon at the mains will repose In the
.. _. by his wife Mrs.Annie .
Range funeral home, Dr. Q. C
Church of God of Prophecy, chapel beginning 2 p.m. on
Wilson oth relatives and
MR. THEODORE ROOSEVEL r Simpson and Dr. Atkinson, friends. Funeral Services for corner of 17 St., and 5th Friday until funeral time Sat- Jeff McDowell died Sat

CARNEOAY and to the wonderful neigh- Ct. Among his survivors are urday afternoon. Survivors urday, Oct. 1. He is sur-
Mr. Wilson held ThursdayOct.
who slept away Oct. 9,1961,. bors of Bunche Park. May 6 1966 from The Range wife, Mrs. Willie Mae Williams -, include 2 sons; James and vived by one sister, Mrs.
He is gone away to stay, but I God bless each one. six Matthew 6 Dor-
Memorial Chapel at 12 sons, Lynwood; daughters; Ireme Williams and other
his memory still lingers along 1 Aldene R. James, daughter noon. Roger, Carl, Daniel, Rodney othy; Sherria; Melba; Bev- relatives. Funeral services

our way. Jerome Riley, son & Emmitt; four daughters, erly Ann; Karen and Janice; will be held Friday at 10

Roosevelt Riley, son Inez Fowler, Erma L. Fer- 5 sist rs and a host of other am. In the ChapeL
Wife and FamilyCARDOFTiHANKS Johnnie Jackson, of guson, Hazel Troy, Eugenia relatives and

2145 N.W. 66th St., died at Williams, and a host of rela-. .

Jackson Memorial HospitalOct. lives and friends. daughters; Mrs. Bonnie Mae
1. Mr. Jackson is sur- C I. Carl Pitts a former resident Green; Mrs. T-, vita Stuart

memory of our dear mother vived by his wife, Mrs. Cos- of Miami and more re- and Mrs. Veola Graham; 1

The family of thelate tella Jackson,two sons,Con Mrs. Mary Thomas, cently of New York city ex-

MRS. ANNIE ROBERTStake P4 nie Will and Waymon Jackson 535 SW 4th Ave., Apt. #3 cently of New York city expired -
Homestead died Oct. 2. Ser
this method to express { two daughters, Margaret Spet. 29th in New York M .
vices are imcomplete at this
their appreciation to the many Green and Marion time. City. Funeral services will L Carl Pitts a former resident

friends and neighbors for the if Jones, 17a grands, three sis be held Friday Oct. 7th, 1 of Miami and more recently -

friends and neighbors for theh ters, Maggie Davis, Surzane p.m. at Ebenezer Methodist of New York city expired

telegrams, florals, cards and Love and Ruth Troupe, 7 Mrs. Rose Mary Gardner Church, Rev. Aaron D. Hall, Spet. 29th in New York

their many acts of kindness neices, 5 nephews, other relatives 6445 S.W. 59 Pl., So. Pastor. Survivors includehiswife City. Funeral services will

shown to us during our hoursof and friends. Funeral Miami, died Oct.3. Arrange- : Mrs. Carrie Bell Pitts; be held Friday 'Oct. 7th, 1

bereavement. serlves were held Thurs., Oct. ments are Incomplete at this a daughter; Mrs. Daisy Bell p.m. at Ebenezer Methodist

Thanks also to DePoo 6, 1966 in The Range Memorial time. Williams; 2 sons; Carl Pitts Church, Rev. Aaron Hall,

Hospital, Dr. Reed, Rev. Chapel. C t Jr and O'Connor T. Clark; Pastor. Survivors include his

Pierre, Mrs. Emestine M* 1 sister; Mrs. Annie R. Me wife: Mrs. Carrie Bell Pitts;
Welters, florist; the former Mrs. Mattie M. John- Clinton 2 brothers Otis B.
; ; a daughter; Mrs. Daisy Bell
Jennie Burns of 1729 N.
staff of Douglass School and son, of Goulds, Fla., died Pitts and Ross D. Pitts. Nep- Williams; 2 sons; Carl Pitts
W. 51st Terrace died at Jackson
Evergreen Mortuary. God Oct. 4. Arrangements are In- hew; Dr. L.H. Pitts, President Jr; and O'Connor T. Clark;
bless each of you. Memorial Hospital Oct. complete at this time. of Miles College in Birmingham
1 sister; Mrs. Annie R. Mc.
3. She is survived her
Albury, Evans, Roberts and by Ala. neice
Wake Families. husband, Willie Burns, Jr., ; Mrs. Clinton; 2 brothers; Otis B.
one child, her mother several Louis Armstrong, 11451 Catherine Jasper of Birmingham Pitts and Ross D. Pitts. Nep-

sisters and brothers, other S.W. 216 St., Goulds, Fla., Ala., and a host of hew; Dr. L.H. Pitts, President

relatives and friends. Funeral died Oct. 4. Arrangementsare other relatives and friends. of Miles College inn Bi

services for Mrs. Burns incomplete at this time. mingham, Ala., neice; Mrs.

CARD OF THANKSThe are Incomplete at this writingbut Mrs. Matilda Fergusonof Catherine Jasper of Birmingham

family of the late MRS. MARY GERVIN will be announced by the C M 6325 W. 25th Avenue Ala., and a host of
other relatives and friends.
HOWARD ALFRED JOSEPH who departed this life Oct. Range Funeral Home. expired Oct. 2 at Jackson
Mrs. Annie Rosa Bridges, i .
8, 1965. Memorial Hospital Funeral
would like to thank their Your memory lingers on. Mrs. Louise Oooding, of 1224 N.W. 52 St., died Sept. services will be held Satur- Mrs. Matilda Fergusonof

many friends for your many 1469 NW 50th St. passed on 29. Services were conductedIn day Oct 8th at a time and 6325 N.W. 25th Avenue

kind words and deeds during Children and Grandchildren Sept. 27. Survivors include a the Liberty City Chapelon place to be announced. Survivors expired Oct. 2 at Jackson,

their Thanks recent also bereavement.for the Mrs. Leola Armstrong, daughter, Mary Dancy; a son, Wednesday morning. include 2 sons; Frank Memorial Hospital. Funeral

daughter Eddie, one son Eddie; one Among her survivors are, and Cleveland Ferguson; 3 services will be held Satur-
beautiful expressions, sister, Bessie Johnson, two a son, Mr. Joseph L. .. day Oct. 8th at a time and

to New Providence Missionary IN MEMORIAMIn nephews, one son-in-Iaw Bridges, a stepdaughter, Mrs. Pearl McGruder, place to be announced. Sur-
Baptist Church and to the one daughter-in-law Mrs. Lou a brother, a brother.
Range Funeral Home. May memory of our mother, Oooding and a host of relatives 2080 Wilmington St., Opa- vivors include 2 sons; Frank
grandmother and locka, deled Oct. 2. Services and Cleveland Ferguson; 3
Ood bless and keep you all. great grandmother and friends. Funeral .
Saturday 11a.m. In the Liberty daughters; Mrs. Bonnie Mae
services were held Oct. 1 at
FLORENCE City Chapel. Amongher Green; Mrs. Lavita Stuart
SUMNER DEAN St. Paul's Church. Final
Mrs. Hattie Cokley, 1515N. survivors 3 and Mrs. Veola
Arizona Joseph, mother who departed this life Oct. 3, burial will be held in Harde- are daughters Graham; 1
W. 49 St. died 28.
Altamese Joseph, widow 1965. ville, South Carolina. Sept. Mamie Washington, sister; Mrs. Florence McKin-

The sisters, brothers, Sleep on mother. We will Services were conducted Ethel Penney,Vera Johnson, ney; 9 grandchildren and
And other relatives Thursday evening in the Li- four brothers, Mr. Horace several other relatives and
never forget your smiling face.
Mrs. Dorothy Nixon, of berty City Chapel. Amongher McGruder, six sisters. frlendi.
children Sadly missed by your 15900 NW 22nd Ave. Opa- survivors are, 1 son, Cal-

: locka. Services were held, vin Cokley, 2 brothers, Mr.
Mrs. Vera E. Smith, daughter Saturday, Oct. 1 at Metropolitan Alex Goodman, & Thomas

CARD OF THANKSThe daughter AME Church. She is James Goodman, 3 sisters,

family of the late Mrs. Julia L. Johnson, survived by her husband, Madames Nora Conyers,

daughter Benjamin, three sons, Benja- Celia Scott, Nephews, Mr.

And children min Jr., Craig and Dwight; James Love. ? }

one daughter, Millicent, 2F

tare* sisters, Ruthie Nixon, .
Robin and Emma Allen and

The family of the late her mother,Mrs. Rosa Rurney. Deacon Isaac Richardson


CAREY died in the Christian Hospital

who departed this earthly Howard Alfred Joseph, of Sept 30. Deacon t, WE'RE ONLY

life Aug. 9, 1966 and whose 911 NW 16th Ave. Serviceswere Richardson one of the oldest

final repose terminated Aug. held on Oct. 1 at New deacons, and achartermember A PHONE CALL AWAY

20, takes this method of expressing Providence Baptist Church. of the Friendship Baptist

our heartful thanks Survivors are wife, Altamese, Church, he has been a Citizen To know that here
mother Mrs. Arizona we are
and a
appreciation to the many of this community C ia
friends for cards, telegrams, five children, Jeanie, Jerome, numbers of years. Services twenty-four hours a dayto
James Jack and Mark, four
and other acts of sympathy ,
from the
,. ,' shown during our bereavement. sisters, Pearl M. Stranger, Saturday 3p.m.: help you -
Friendship Baptist
p. tot" Lovella Page, Frances
EN +
l1 '1'l'l Among his survivors are,
.: *,. 'J"I\."... Daughter: Cleoria Joseph and Janice Joseph GI 1 son Mr. Isaac Richardson with funeral facilities
five brothers, Herman, en- .
Sons Samuel
; : Vernal and
-.""; -- '-, ", -'.,..J. Wesley Carey. roy, James, Terry and Earnest daughter-in-law, 4 < can be comforting."My .
brothers, 3 sisters.
to express their sincere TO WHOM IT MAY

gratitude to relatives, friends
and neighbors, for their kind CONCERN father in Heaven, help

expressions of sympathy me never to forget Thy love

during their recent bereave. Glamour Studios, owned LINCOLN MEMORIAL PARK it looks up fo me'in the
and operated by William B. .4.. "
beauty of the flower .
'in the loss of beloved
ment a I I Harris (Bill Harris) is in no
husband and brother. Special way associated with any 3001 NW 46* STREET NE ."lcn John Henry Jowett

thanks to Rev. E. T. Orahan:i other photographic organization 4Z r a o Oscar L. R.IIIF..rll

and the Range Funeral Home in Miami. Any person
and staff. claiming an affiliation with E. JOHNSON MANAGER. OX*1-9199

Glamour Studios would in ,. f Horn,
Mrs. Willie Belle Crawforc' fact be perpetrating a fraud. .

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ntionette Silva reporter L. A. Thompson, pastor ;ev. J. B. Blacknell, pastor

Sunday, Oct. 1, the The women will sponsora Bert Cooper,reporter
r. Fr. Theodore R Gibsor dinner this Saturday at
an hi* 22nd year as recto the home of Mrs. B. Bryant Usher Board No. 1 will

Christ Episcopal Churching 4720 N.W. 23rd Ave,in aid I sponsor. a sale at the home V
his twenty-one yean of their Woman's Day pro- I of its president, Mrs. C. Porter -
7006 NW 19th Ave., Oct.
rector, many accomplish gram. Serving begins at high
its and projects have been noon. Donation one dollar. 9. Please go out and help

pleted. Our recent project Chairman E. Lord and Cochairman them.All
members of the Hospitality

addition V. Taylor ask
the new to our are -
Ish lIaiJ. ing for the full cooperationof Club are asked to
members and friends meet Thursday night at
The Episcopal Younj Sunday afternoon at3:30 in the Parish Hall. Mrs. I

urchmen are now spear o'clock, the Deacons'Board, Miriam Martin is president.The .
ding a financial drive top Deacon A.J. Hanna chairman chairman, Mrs. M.
with their, share of.the will sponsor a registertea Child, is kindly asking all (
fund. Doughnuts and member born in the month
at the church.
owballs are sold on Setup. invited. A spicy program The publicis is of January to please meet iLETS GET' I
with her
I/ afternoons at the comer of anticipated. on Wednesday
and Hibiscus 8 p.m. on the Parish Hall.
land Ave. st
Monday, Oct. 10 the Stewardess
Board No. 2
RVIC'ES FOR THE WEEK: Young Ternpleitea and Jun- f
to share In cele-
| Wednesday 7 ajm. Holj lot Ushers will present a play brating you its 19th annaul an- 11 ACQUAINTED I
entitled "A Courthouse
[>rnm union.Friday Dra- niversary Oct. 9 at3:30p.m.Mrs. : -
8 p.m. Choi ma," beginning at 8 p.m. J. Mackey is president.All .
.hearsal. This play Is full of suspense members of the trustee
Sunday, 8 a.m. Choral and the participants will keep board are requested to attenda
icharist, sermon and Com you laughing from be- regular meeting Thursday alt ?
ion. ginning to end. Donation, night at 8. Please be present.
The Episcopal Church fifty cents at the door. Aid The Marchites are letting

omen will sponsor its annual of Woman's Day. everyone know that they are N N
III States Tea on Sunday, Get-well wishes to Mrs. still having their furniture jj

let. 30, 4 p.m. The public is Remelda Poitier, a faithful sale all during the week, es-
vited. member, who is a patientat .
pecially on Saturdays.
Pan American HospitalWe During the week call the D oIS .

ST. MARY'S wish for her a speedy Parish Hall and talk with

recovery. Mrs. Sadie Dean. There are h,
4798 NW 8th Avenue Members w re glad to see many fine odds and ends PE
Rev. H. V. Stuart pastor Mrs. Mae Mortimer in wor- for the home.

The chairman of Women's ship service Sunday morn- All pledge envelopes re-
)ay would like to thank her ing. She was on the sick lista ceived on last Sunday night .

ommittees, members of the few weeks. will be listed in next Sun- big, : -. 1.hl:. %
[hurch and all of her friendsho day's building. If your name r u. k ,l.'e; F
# helped made Women'say ST. LUKE AME was listed, look for it next y
r l }
Sunday.The Ip" n e
) a successful day.
1709 NW 55th StreestRev.
Miami District of the rreJ
Special consideration to -s.- ; e'e'w
P. W. Williams, pastor Laymen's Association
our speaker, program partici- Mrs. Bunesba Green, reporter running an air conditionedbus
; .visiting ushers oi
pants ..
West Oct. 30 at
to Key
Temple and New Bethel The Women's Day committee 5yttM.
$6.00 round trip. For information -
Baptist Church. Your service is sponsoring a pie sale please see Mrs. Marie

will remain in the hearts of Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 8 & Childs, James Sharp or Willie .
9 in the dining hall of the
the chairman and her committees. Scott.
May God bless you all. church, beginning at 12 noon Stewardess Board No. \\\1\\09\(10\\1
Saturday and after service One is sponsoring a dinner
NEW HOPERev. Sunday. Mrs. Evelin Davis is sale on Saturday. For delicious kl T5
special effort committee chair- tr
dinners for which St.
W. E. Sims, pastor
man. Phone 696-7322 for free,. James is noted, call 691-
Mary L. reporterWe
delivery.The 5930 for delivery.
were very happy to No. 1 Choir will celebrate -
have our pastor and first I their 39th Anniversary r
lady back, after attending the beginning Wednesday night lYj
National Baptist Conventior
Oct. 5 with a Music program
and vacation.Let and ending Sunday, Oct. 9 at H. J. Benson, pastor # ;
us not forget our Wo 3 p.m.Mrs. Susie K. Whiteheadwill Betty Ann Morant, reporter

men's Day program, Oct. 30 be the speaker. Everyoneis The Sunday morning con-

We are striving to make this invited to come out and secrational Communion ser- ,>' .qa',{'. r v If' taf
the best Women's Day ever, help the No. 1 Choir, both vices were spiritually and .Nr 1

both spiritually and financially, spiritually and financially.Bro. effectively observed by the rl, 1 ;,
Our program committee is Joe Poole is president. members and our visiting /t
going all out to arrange an interesting minister, Rev. C. Henry, who
program for you delivered God's words. 0 ur
Please mark this date on your SHILOH guest, Bro. Woods from Me-
';: l : ,
calendar and be sure to attend Rev. A. M Griffin, pastor tropolitan gave spirit lifting

Friday night, Oct. 7 at 8'! Sis. C. M. Myles, reporter remarks.
Usher Board No. 1 will boot Mrs. Flossie Marshall is 1 t
gin its 31st anniversary. Rev.., Sunday evening at' 3, the in Philadelphia at the bed- A 5.1.ctiI j

Griffin of New Shiloh Baptis' No. 2 Usher Board will have side of her sister; and Mrs. I
Church will be the speaker,. a program. Everyone is invited. Catherine Simmons is at the M l
t The program will conclude,,,, Monday night, Oct. 10, the' Bedside of her aunt. 7 r R
Sunday afternoon at 3. Male Chorus and No. 1 Usher Don't forget Women's Day !rnpMSSES

ACTIVITIES: 'Board will accompany the'on the fourth Sunday of this

pastor to Antioch Baptist nonth. We are asking the full
/f FridayOct.. 14 Fellowship
: .. Church of Liberty City. ooperation of the church'snembership.
night, 8 o'clock, sponsored $18.95
Remember to visit and'pray We are prayingor ,
by the Young Women'sAuxiliary. I for the sick and shutins.Sis. all the sick and shut-ins. :

Thelma L. Myles, Jackson -
Saturday, Oct. IS: Dinner r Hospital, Room 415 and ;
sale at the home of Si ste i I r :
others home. NEW
Bernice Person, 1090 NW 39U t

St. Phone 634-4072, sponsored PROVIDENCE .

by the Junior Usher r FIRST BAPTIST OF Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporter '

Board. BROWNSVILLERev. Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor >v, '
Saturday, Oct. 22: Dinner;r
sale at the church, 6600 NV V W. M. Davis, pastor The Sunlight Pall Bearer

15th Avenue, Phone: 696-7745, Mrs. Don el la Turner, reporter Charity Society will celebrate vf
sponsored by Sister Queer I The pastor and members of their anniversary Sunday : .,. j
Coley and Sist r Lillian Mack our church was inspired by a,' afternoon Oct. 9 here at the
fine sermon delivered I by church, Rev. W. F. Tanner
very .
the Jacksonville.Rev. C. Rev.W. Whitten and Sis 01 the will occasion.deliver the message fQr .,, ONLY NOW! ,.' '

JORDAN GROVERev. Whitten were vacationinghere The Male Chorus is making
plans for their anniversary,
c. H. Smith, pastor in our city. which will be held the third
Ella K. Wright, reporter Our pastor, will conduct i 8 I
two-week revival meeting a t Sunday, Oct. 16. .
Services last Sunday were Continue in prayer for those 't t
Church in 9 Lj
high, both in attendance and New Hope Baptist who are grieved over the lost ,' :"TT; "
spirit. The pastor preachedboth Pahokee,and Fla.his for congregation.Rev. W. M. of their loved ones.REGISTER at .,. A'Nsw'& Veried'Ci
Bouyer ,
morning and evening Toni-: tM ,

sermons. Both choirs were at
their best. KELLY'S CHAPELRev.

.1 This Sunday, the Junior L. L. Dean, pastor I
Choir will celebrate their
McKenzie, reporter I
Retha J.
anniversary at 3 p.m. Everyone NOW
is invited to attend. Last Sunday's serviceswere

.'. To all of our members and very inspirational. Our LITTLE FOLK PLAY
friends, we apologize for the pastor had a glow about him, SCHOOL
error in announcing our home- just as the remodeling of our

coming day program, due to church is taking on a glowing 3290 NW 45 STREET

+;I;J the the This misleading part of the information contractor.on appearance.Remember the on children Sunday, I Nursery Miami&, Kindergarten Florida 43' N 1 V 17th y vend B- IV4 iai i '
Sunday at 10:30 a.m., will be State
i, we will service. Licensed by : rit
march into our extended Oct. 9 at our morning Vtlfore fyl r
t building, 12th Ave. and60th'St. Visitors and friends are
Moderator W. H. Edwards will always welcome to worship Call 634-3044 or h .. .

Perform vice. Everyone the rededicatorial is invited ser to with us.Visit. and pray for the sick I 635-5233 A1LR. C O H Di T I O N E D r t

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On Sunday, Sept. 25, th o BEGINS! TARGET Rev C. C. Cowsen, pastor
No. 3 Usher Board of Ore ate Mrs. Iva Smith, reporting
Bethel AME Church celebrated CHRISTIAN WOMEN"u
i The Stewardess Board No.
their 16th annual Tee u the theme for Martin 1 wishes to thank their many
They take this method c''f Memorial AME Church's 8th friends for their participationof

.' thanking their many friend s Annual Women's Day program. making the program of Sept.
for their cooperation in helping 1>0 Colorful individuals of GREATER
CHURCH OF THEINCARNATION ex- 18th a success. This was one NEW
them celebrate. No COlt:>
tensive backgrounds have
of the greatest extravaganzas
perl son can be made of thos e made this program one of the of the history of GREATER NEWMACEDONIA
Rev. Tyrell Dear, Vicar who participated on the pro- most informative and Inspirational .our church. 9 dye

Rainy weather last Sunday gram. They were some of th' programs of the area. The devotion was conducted Rev. Roscoe Jackson pastor

prevented many from attend best. Namely, you will lei e .. .. ,'n by Mrs. Essie Whitaker, Willie J. Beard, reporter
ing the 8 ajn. service. Let us what you missed if you failedto president of Stewardess
hope for food weather this see or hear them. At th<1:1: Board No. 2. A soul stirring Services on the first Sunday -

St=tday. Just a reminder that piano, Mrs. Leila Williams, <, prayer! was offered by Sister were very high and holy
last Sunday's offering from invocation, Miss Bemici Susie Benifield. The M. C. all day. The pastor, both
absentees added to this Sun- Shorter; introduction of' Mis -thf for the evening was Sister Roy K. Bottorff, C.S., of choirs and both ushers boards

day's will be gratefully appreciated tress of Ceremonies, Mrs Rozetta Martin of New Mt. 2217 Goldenrod St., Sarasota, were in charge.
by your vestrymen.Our Myrtle Bartlett; Mistress o: Morlah M. B. Church. Thanks has been appointed by Chris- It's that time of the year
thanks to Mrs. Lelia Ceremonies, Mrs. Naomi W, for a job well done. Mrs. Ida tian Scientists to the post of again wherein the members,
Johnson,who made the blackout Symonette; welcome, Mis Crowder gave her service as Committee on Publication for visitors and friends will take
curtains for film showingat Virginia Dassett; occasion, nusicl an. Florida, it was announced our annual trip to New HopeM.
our Sunday School. Mr. Daniel Francis; guest t We appreciate the young here today.Mr. B. Church Pahokee, Fla.,
Comment has been made soloist, Mr. Leslie Thomas;; people for the part they Bottorff thus becomesthe Rev. W. M. Bouyer, pastor, to

about vacant pews on the introduction of guest speaker, played on the program. Many Christian Science representative render services. The date
men's side in our choir.. Miss Dorothy Chancy; speakeirProf. thanks: to the Junior Choir ofof in this state for will bo the third Sunday in
There' good reason why Charles Williams. Read New Providence Baptist relations I with public officials, this month. So come on, go
those seats are not occupied.Now ings: Misses Venita limp son Church, accompanied by Sis. the press and other groups. with us and let's have a
men of the Incarnation, Danysue Francis, Surette Eddie M. Sample.Our His office will be maintained at good time in the name of the

here's something for you to Thompson Dorothy Chaney; goal was 1000. 908 First Federal Building, Lord.On
really think about. Are thereno solo Miss Paulette Bartlett, Through the splendid cooperation Central Avenue at 4th St., St. last Monday night,
men at the present time in Thanks to the Usher's of our many visitors Petersburg, Fla. the men of the church met,
our congregation who would Boards No. 2 of Ebenczer.No. V and friends we were success- He succeeds Donald R. in spite of the weather, for
like to join the choir? Our 2 of Mt. Herman.. No. 2 St. .... L "'. "' their Men'
- iui in raising .y/.:>u. Lane, C.S.B., who retired from second s Day meet-
priest, choir and congregation Mary Wesley, .N 2 New KATHKItlNE MTUBBS We extend a big hand of 1 the position after many years ing. The chairman and cochairman -
would welcome you: Ward Chapel, Hallandale; St. gratitude to our first ladies I "Rise up 0 men of God! Monica's Guild of St. Peters who each. rasied the amount of I i more time to his public practice the men for their fine suppor t
The church for you doth wait: Cathedral, Bethany Chapter We have two dynamic $10.. First Mrs. C. C. Cow- 1 in the' Christian Science and cooperation and encourage
Her strength, unequal to her 140, Mrs. Myrtice Littlejohnof Miami speakers, Mrs. Athalie Range, sen, second Mrs. Alice Barr, I 1 healing ministry and to his them to continue the good
task New Jersey, Mr. Robert City Commissioner as and third Mrs. Rosetta Wells, >work as a teacher of Christian work. Remember: the date is
Rise and make her great. Stokes, Rev. McCall, Miami the morning speaker, and Mrs.
up, 'Catherine Mrs. Mansey Williams was :i Science. the fourth Sunday in February,
Mrs. Learlene Williams, Times, and last but not least, 'Hollywood Stubbs of West fourth. It was through these The new appointee, Mr. 1967 and the goal is $8,000.
chairman of the ..ouvenlrproll'aJD we sincerely thank the Ushers as evening
speaker. We ladies and their work that our I Bottorff is also a recognized Deacon Vandell Bovan is
for the States Tea, Guild of St. Agnes ChurchMr. 'these are sure that 16th Anniversary was a sue-- is soliciting and ads Kyle Curry, president for'their women will bring you
patrons ; cess. I i and gave up his own painting Goodwin is co-chairman.
she will appreciate your untiring courteous 'service. inspiration. A OUR PRAYER md decorating business in
'day to remember. Ushers Board No. 2 will
support.Mr. The members thank their chairman 0 Lord, we thank Thee for Charles Mobly is ser- Mrs. Alice G. Broome for The community is invited to persons who are willing to to enter the work. He is observe their Fourth Anni-
ving organist fa' the monthof such an outstanding attend. versary the fifth Sunday in
as program
accept the responsibilities of c currently serving as president
Mrs. Gloria W. Littlefieldis October. Des Vandell Bovan'is
of talent
October. ; Belle Hezekiah, the
leadership in Thy church. and chairman of the executive -
The Community School of delicious refreshments. Again general chairman, Mrs. president.
I Maxine Coles is Help u< to recognize that board for First Church
Religion meets at the Alia- a great big thank you to our co-chairman,
'and Dr. R. H. Johnson is each of us is witnessing in c)f Christ, Scientist, Sarasota.
pattah Methodist Church, guests in general.
some way. Whether we are le was also an active church
2001 NW 35th Street Mrs. Florence Washington 'pastor. WOMEN'S DAY AT
every aware of it or not. May the nember in Cleveland, where
Thursday until November 30. is president; Rev. S. A. Cousin Gospel that others sea in us lie served as First Reader. ,MT. ZION
Registration fee la *2.QQ is pastor.
The Psalmist's
draw them to Thee. Strengthen assurance
A variety of subjects are ST. PAUL AME i The women 01ft.. Zion
us in our ways and in our efforts c>If God's healing power is included
taught to be useful servants in c in the Christian Baptist Church are presenting
Rev. T. C. KelleyJr.
NEW MT. MORIAHRev. pastor
Calling on you this week Dr. Zelma George, executive
Thy kingdom. Amen. 5 Science Lesson-Sermon titled
Mary ,
will be your neighborhood A. L. Shipp, pastor reporter Mrs. Bessie Anderson is director of Woman's Peace
l Are Sin, Disease and Death
chairman. Evelyn Souter, reporterWe We had wonderful Cleveland Ohio
servicesall president. Corps, as
f Real? to be read in all
CANONS APPOINTED were wonderfully day Sunday. Our pastor fed (Christian:: Science churcheshis the guest speaker at the annual -

The Rt. Rev. Henry J.Louttit. blessed Sunday with the I our souls spiritually, both t Sunday where you are Woman's Day service,
bishop of the Epis- power of the holy spirit, with 'morning and night GRACE I always welcome. :Sunday, October 16th at 11

copal Diocese of South, Fla. two great messages coming to We are looking forward to a.m.The
has appointed the following us from the Rev. Thomas 'looking forward to having the PRESBYTERIAN dynamic chairman,
priests as canons of St. Mathia of California, bringing Rev. J. B. Blacknell and his 6895 NW 14th Avenue !Mrs. Jeroline Baker, and her
Luke's Cathedral, Orlando. the morning and eveningwords 'congregation with us this Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastorIn BROWNS: CHAPEL co-chairman Mrs. Mary Willing-
The Rev.Paul Reeves, rectorof of God. Even though he had a Sunday night, Oct. 9 in an our preaching, during Rev. J. E. Brown, pastor 1 ham have been very busy with
St. Stephen's Church, Coconut recent birthday and is only 14 after service program. the Autumn season, we are in Bro. Marvin Ludlow, reporting|planning groups of Mt. Zion
Grove; the Rev. Arthur years old, no man could have There will be a meeting of the midst of Sunday sermons Sunday's services were women to make this service a
Rantz, rector of St. Thomas brought the words of God to the Gibbs Club Oct. 9 at the dealing with old testament very high beginning with our I'credit to the image of Mt.
Church, Miami and the Rev. us any better,because he does church at 5:30 p.m. This is an highlights. Wehave considered Sunday School. At 11 a.m. the Zion women.
Dr. Robert Appleyard, rectorof know the Bible. Those absent important meeting. All members such highlights as: The 'choir and ushers were at their The theme, "Mt. Zion
Bethesada-By-The-Sea, really missed this dynamic are requested to be pre Creation, the Obedience 0 f I posts. Our morning sermon I'Women on the Move for 70
Palm Beach Honorary canons speaker. We are asking God's sent.We Abraham, the meaning of the 'was delivered by Evangelist Years" has certainly motivated -
appointed are: The Rev. FredT. special blessings to be bestowed were very happy to have Passover, the meaning of Thompson. committee action as the
Kyle of Christ Church, upon this young man, our Presiding Elder Roberts> Covenant. This Sunday mom- At 3 p.m., we communed 'women are also observing the
Bradentown; Rev. Fred Dick- and may we pray his return worship with us last Sunday ing's topic will be "The man, St. Andrews, Tampa; home, he and hi mother will night. Don' t forget the 4th and I Golden Calf." For Bible 1 Sunday night our communion The former chairmen of

Rev. Knud Larsen, St. James, have a safe trip. We were very final Quarterly Conference 1 background, read the entire ;sermon was brought by the I previous years' services, Miss
Leesburg:; Rev. Frank L. happy to see so many of our for the year will convene on 32nd Chapter of Exodus. I pastor. I Euphrates Abbit, and Mrs.
Titus, Calvary Church, Indian friends and visitors worshipping Friday and SundayOct. 7 & 9 There will be a Tea this On the second Sunday in !Delores Colvin are working
Rocks; Rev. William Folwell, with us. You are always and all boards and clubs are i Sunday afternoon, from four to 'October, the Ushers, Deacons j lust as diligently as the pre-
All Saints, Winter Park; Rev. welcome to come at all times. asked to please have their six at She home of Mr. and :and Deaconesses will celebrate -chairmen and I lending inspiration -
J. R. Knox Brumby, canon Usher Board No. 1 will begin -written report. Mrs. Leverity, 1461 NW 69th 1 their First Anniversary. to the entire effort.
commissioner, East Coast; their anniversary Friday, Don't forget the Laymen's> St. This is an endeavor of one The public is cordially i invited.We The service will also
and Ralph Madsencanon Oct. 7 at 8 p.m. and will cli- Directory. Kindly give your of our zones to meet the goal are asking you to pray I highlight the work of local
commissioner. max Sunday evening at 3 p.m. name, address and telephone of our anniversary drive. We 'for the sick and shut-ins. They who are on the move in
With Rev. Cooke of Opa-locka number to Mrs. Alice Jackson i trust that every zone will folI'are Sis.Mandy Wilson and Sis. church and civic life of
bringing the message. There will be a tea at the I low the example set by Mrs. 'Martha Deshazure. t tI A liami;. The public is invitedto
MT. CALVARYRev We are still asking your home of Mrs. Mary Branham, Ursula Higgs and Mrs. Doris I: attend this unusual worship
prayers for our pastor, shut- 7139 NW 16th Ave. Oct. 9, 4-6 Leverity, who are sponsoring I service.
,. Samuel Atchison, pastor inf, bereaved families and p.m. This is to benefit Wo- the Tea. All are cordially Invited GLENDALE Rev. Edward T. Graham is
Constance' Carter, reporterIn those in the armed services. men's Day. to a wonderfully prepared pastor.

behalf of the Building The, J. B. Epperson Board program. RICHMOND HEIGHTS
will observe its Rev. B. L. Turner, pastor
Men'sDay anniversaryOct. The third Sunday of the
Fund rand approaching '
sales will be held at the I ANTIOCH M.B. 9 at 3 p.m. Everyone is month..will be Laymen's Sun Mrs. R. M. Harrington,reporter MT. CARMELRev.
following places: NEW LIBERTY CITY cordially invited. day.'The- men will be in We rejoiced in the Lordas D. A. Bradley, pastor

Saturday, Oct. 8, a sale at Rev. A. 11. Fssix, pastor charge of the morning service, our pastor preached two Ollse McGriff, reporter
the home of Mrs. Sarah Jane Annie Whipple, reporterWe with Mr. Benny O'Berry as wonderful sermons. to' a wait-t .
ing audience. T i 1 1 II' I i' iWe h.ave.sOjinuch to thankour
( Bell, 1515 NE 151st Terrace. had a wonderful time guest speaker. The women of thankful .heevenl1Father) for, life
ZION HOPERev. We are thatlOodl
the church will be in charge of i I;
and' helath
Friday a "Fish Fry" and
r Sunday. Jesus visited us as spared us all to take Communion strength. Sunday
Barbecue Sale on Saturday, Paul Freeman, pastor the evening program. being the first
t a he did the church on the day together again Sunday, our
Oct. 8, on the church lot on of Pentecost.Our Elizabeth Jackson, reporter This is the loyalty season We were elated to have pastor delivered great messages -
62nd St. between llth and of our church. Let each member both
pastor delivered the Services were spiritually visiting with us throughout morning and night.
12th Avenues. morning and evening sermon high all day Sunday. Our come out and be counted. the day Mrs. E. McCoy, Mrs. The choirs sang the songs of
pies on Saturday and Sun- with dynamic power. pastor preached out of his Tyson, Mrs. D. Daniels and 'praise.! Our Communion services
day at the Masonic Temple,1 The Lord blessed us with Mrs. M. Chicks. You are al- were wonderful.
t 1742 NW 3rd Ave. You 'may one new member. soul.The pastor is asking all ANTIOCH ways welcome to visit withus On Oct. 13 & 14. the No. 1

( place an order by calling: NE Our pastor will deliver the members to please attend Rev. P. W. Wiggins, pastorMr. and study God's word. I Choir will have their anniversary -

5-7955 or PL 7-0198. No. 2 Choir's anniversary ser- their weekly meetings.We W. B. Powell, reporter We are looking forward to They are asking you
'. The No. 4 Usher Board is mon on Sunday evening at Mt. are extending a warm The No. 1 Ushers Board seeing each of you on the to: come and be with them
also having s dinner sale on zion Baptist Church, Hialeah, welcome to all of our visiting,celebrated their 32nd anniversary third Sunday at our Missions Pray for the sick and shut-
Saturday. Oct. 8 at the home Rev. R. C. Solomon is pastor. friends. Everyone: is asked to and raised $1,491.02. which is located at 799 NW ins and those who have lost
t of Mrs. Jessie Doles, 1091 NW' This is Fellow- some of their loved
Our members and friends are please pray for the sick and God bless you. 62nd St. our ones.
f 68th greet. ,invited to accompany us there.,.shut-ins. ship Dav. Visitors are. always welcome.

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THE MIAMI ME Friday, October 7. 19M 13

I with........ Wildcats Win Opener

Looking -

24-20, Play Morris

Brown SaturdayThe a

BY'HARRY SPEAR Bethune-Cookman the end zone. Then halfback
College Wildcats will open its John Knight bulled over for n.
season in Memorial Stadium the second BCC score. With
RANK ROBINSON MOST Saturday nlghtagainst Morris two minutes to go 61", 265 6Y LEO ARM0RISTER Over
ALUABLE PLAYER Brown College of Atlanta pound tackle Henry Still
Georgia.The BethuneCookman dropped Rams quarterback
March 18th, during College Wildcats are 1-0 Pounsel for a salty. Still was DODGER PITCHING WILL BE OUT TO
pring training,your Sports'r for the season after they outstanding all night as he
ditor wrote a story about squeaked by the Albany State made 14 unassisted tackles. DIMINISH ORIOLES POKER
rank Robinson which has Rams in'Georgia Saturday Although the near upset
The National league, which undoubtedly has a
]lowed him through to the k night 24-20 behind a b 1 yard looked rough from the Wild-
library of dramatic finishes from which to draw
wheree pass by quarterback George cats sidelines Coach Me- upon
merican League
has wound withe King to end Bernard Burns Clairen said "I found many pulled another from the shelf using one of its favorite
crown. Robinson up with one minute-twelve seconds bright spots in my squad. characters the San Francisco Dodgers to supply the
triple ,
left in the game. Such as Alvin Wyatt a first drama of a photo finish in the race for the pennant.The .
with the
is first Orioles year has led King was the"goat"while year cornerback who made Dodgers hanging on to the physically weak;
altimore the game was only six min- constant saves with sure tack- but crafty-strong arm of Sandy Koufax out lasted the
Ihe way in every departent. utes oldhefumbledandlaterthe les and an interception while Giants and Pirates to become representatives for the
A .316 batting ave- Rams' fullback, John he handled the kickoffs" and second consecutive year of the National league in the
age; runs batted in 121, home runs the most he hasit Roberts scored the first of extra points duties. The World Series.

in his career for a season 49. He led the team in three Touchdowns racked up changes coach said and "a we'll few be In minor'highgear' This sixty-third fall classic should be one of the

uns scored and can be the first player to win the most by him. for our home opener greatest competitions of all time; the Baltimore Orioles
alue player award in the American and National lea- While the BCC eleven held Saturday against Morris which over powered the American league with the great
ues in baseball history. Best of luck in the world the Rams to 17 net yards Brown." hitting of sluggers. Boog Powell, Brooks and Frank
rushing Allen Pounsel, the
cries. Albany sophomore quarter- Robinson is posting the American league in team hitting
back completed 10 while the Dodgers mound staff of Koufax, Drysdale,'
for 174 yards. Olsteen and the near perfect reliefing of Regan has
\ THE DENVER BRONCOS. The first Wildcat touch- ROYAL ARCH gained the high respect of the National league, whichis

down was scored when BCC MASONS TO OBSERVE no medicore with such greats as Mays, Aaron,
HE DOLPHINS :ERE GREAT FOR 43 MINUTES guard William McMUlon ZERUB3ABEL! DAY Clemente, the Alou's and other greats.
Miami not bad look. covered a Rams fumble in This clearly is series of hitting
Dolphins are as as they We The Royal Arch Masons of a versus pitching;
(all know improvements can be made, but this team is Dade County and South Fla., and should favor the Dodgers to wrap it all up in five
[running into more hard luck than playing the game. will celebrate ZerubbabelDay games
I Just last week, I wrote the boys were working hard on Sunday Oct. 9 at 3 p.m.
(some new plays which were working to perfection, in at Wilson Community Christian
the first quarter. As the score showed a 10-0 lead, then Church. Located 2241 NW TEAM WON LOST TOTAL POINTS

[young George Wilson, Jr. had to suffer an injury and 49th family st.both The male entire and Masonic female Hagan & Fonda No. 1 10 2 8081

I was side-lined the rest of the game. Bo Roberson out 4 department, is invited also Bowlers Pro. Shop 10 2 7721

with a broken finger,Howard Twilly still limping,Frank the public to celebrate with Yale Organ Cobras 9 3 7564
[Jackson the 'speed demon, a bad back and a few more' them. Cloverleaf Sport Shop 8 4 7662
with injuries. Which gives you an idea what Coach Metropolitan Cleaners 8 4 7121
George Wilson Sr. and staff have to go through. Last A very fine program has Packer Pontiac 7 5 6444
been planned for your plea- The 5 .Summersetts 6 6
week's defeat to the Chargers 44-10 was no disgrace. 7682
sure. We are working under
If the Dolphins can get their full force together, look the protection of Most Worshipful Hagan & Fonda No. 2 6 6 7184
out. Union Grand Lodge of Tucker's Famous Foods 6 6 7182
Fla. and its jurisdiction F& The Olympcis 5 7 7288
MAYS MAKES IT FOUR STRAIGHT e ti "I AM (PIIA) III. Rudolph Brad- Thompson Texaco 4 8 7244
ley, 32nd degree, GrandMaster 9 to 9 T.V. Drive In 4 8 6972
Quarterback Clarence Patterson hit two scoring ; 111. Fred Alexander, Bowe's Barber Shop 4 8 6866
passes in the final period Friday night to give Mays 1 SP/4 E-4 Glenn Roy But- 33rd degree, Grand High New Frontier 4 8 7177
Priest. Refreshments will be
High a 19-7 football victory,over Blanche Ely. ler of Ft. Bragg, N. C. will served. Part of the proceeds, Metzger's Pro Shop 3 9 7454
The victory was Mays' fourth straight; Ely now leave on Sunday, Sept. 9 after will go to our scholarshipfund. LEO'S SPORT WORLD 2 10 6388
has lost both of its starts. an enjoyable furlough. Glenn Fail not to attend this
Patterson hit Albert Hanna with a 26-yard scoring has re-enlisted for six service. See you Sunday. High Team Game; Hagan & Fonda No. 1, 980; Metz
pass in the fourth period to break a 7-7 deadlock. years and will be stationedat ger's Pro Shop, 942; The 5 Summersetts, 939.
Then with four minutes to go, he hooked on a 36- Ft. Monmouth, N. J. He is Carey P. Bentley, 32nd High Team Three Game: The Five Summersetts,
the of Mrs. Mae Monroeof degree, District and
son Deputy
yard! TD pass to Ron McGregor to'put the victory on 6331 NW 12th Avenue. Alfred Coakley, State Deputy.wasnerei 2807; Hagan & Fonda No. 1, 2778; Cloverleaf 2777.
ice. Patterson hit four in a row during the scoringmatch.
Individual High Single Game: Willie E. Robinson,
246; Billy Johnson 245; Frank Southward, 244.
Patterson also scored on a 10-yard( run in the first
period to stake Mays to a 7-0 lead which was matchedby Individual High Three Game: Willie Robinson, 637
Oswald Smith, 634 Frank Southward 620.
Ely in the second quarter on a two-yard plunge by
Jimmy Jackson. John Be Top Ten Averages: James Thomas. 192, Willie
Robinson, 190; Oswald Smith, 188; Frank Southward

B. T. ',i. WINS THIRD! STRAIGHT 184, Eddie Way, 184; Willie Nicholson, 183; Alvoid
James 181; Almond C. Edwards,':181; James Mitchum ,
Booker rallied win its third
T. Washington High 180; Ernest Green, 179.
straight football game, 20-14( over tough Tampa Blake ,>.

Friday night. 4
Blake now 2-2, marched with the opening kickoffto
a quick touchdown scored by Jim Nelson on a seven- .
yard end run Booker T. Came back 49 yards with Fred ,
Warren diving over the one and Walter Crockett addingthe UgiIIYI l .r
tying kick. R,
Blake went ahead again minutes before halftimeon DRIVE-IN THEATNE.s .

a 23-yard touchdown pass from Ronald Williams to Pat .; -..
Patterson. s

Crockett broke loose for a 35-yard touchdown in the A FANTASTIC AND SPECTACULAR VflYAfiE...
early minutes of the third quarter, then Alan Phillips
passed 35 yards to Warren in the fourth quarter to wrap THROUGH THE HUMAN BODY..INTO THE BRAIN.

up the scoring.



SEE "MR. JACK" 4 f r r
Th. V.rr UU.l fai M. '. F.J U .


944 NW 2nd Aye. Miami, Florida .),


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ROCK'S JAZZY1LLE Can a Scotch actually taste good?Ask the bom-and- BRIAN KEITH

AT Blvd THE&HAMCHf 126th Street bred Scotch drinker They've been smacking their ,

Biscayne and 7.00 lips over John Begg for years. Suddenly this grand
Jazz Conc.rr Sunday Oct. 9 -
old is the of everybody's "Take
name on tip tongue. a
...lon 10130
Sunday nlflhf- Jam S Plus peg o'Begg. It's a wee bit better than the best," say Tp i OLINCPANAVISIBN'
Chilly Jackson Quart.t the poetic Scots of thei treasured John Begg,whose

Ira Sullivan Four taste is gentle, and whose price is light. I.



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THE;_MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 7, 1966 .....-. ..

JUDO for Boys 3 Bedroom New Home

Learn .|ludo this fall.2i30 .
to 4 p.m. Saturday
$20 2 MONTHS .

Two month. Judo tsachas ; No qualifying No Closing Cost
Physical fiMas' self' 1NNEuchimalaEEt .
d..nle self control Straight First Mortgage
lotting confidence. :.t.
3615 NW 214th STREET






CBS, three bedroom, awnings, stove and re frig., WE HAVE THE LARGEST SELECTION OF
excellent condition.A-l area.O.ly$11,50Qvacant. HOMES IN THE AREA

DUPLEX $13,000 $400 DOWN
this 3 bedroom.
$112 month $600 buys
CBS, 2 bedroom each tide, stove and re frig.,
terrazzo floors, awnings, Hear 79th St. Almostrent CBS on the lake. Ho closing cost.
free call
now. Beautiful bedroom, 2 bath,'CBS, large Fla room,
IDEAL total price $19,000 FHA. Must see to appreciate.
GRAHAM as a special guest artist.He
MINIATURE BILLY Owner closing cost.
has also appeared on many 8 room.3 bath, pool and cobanna, 2 car pays
Rev. Thomas Masters, T.V. and radio programs garage, walled la yard for privacy, vacant. Sacrifice with built-
the 14-year-old wonder-boy throughout the United States. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room, carport,
preacher from Pasadena, Don't miss hearing this $19,500, cash $2,500. What a mansion. in stove and oven, large closets, FHA, $16,000
California and often called powerful minis ter.IIe's infor- * * val... Only $450 down. Owner pays closing
miniature Billy Graham, will mative and spiritual. He is cost. Hurry this* you most see. No closing cost.
be preaching this Sunday, the son of Mrs. Isabel! Masters We sell many VA and FHA hones far $100 down,
Oct. 9th at the Northwestern an elementary school 10 closing cost, 2-3-4 bedroom homes all pointed
Senior High School, 7007 NW teacher. They are ro.idinaoin 'Inside and out, like new, we have keys, quick 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, extra large Fla room, built.In .
7th Rev.Ave. at Masters 3 p.m. has been the. L.home Shipp of while Rev.in and the city.Mrs.A. occupancy, cone In and I.t.. help you. features. FHA value $16,800. $700 down. No

preaching since the age of 3, The public is invited.: Admission closing cost.
licensed at the age of 9 and is free. Young Mas-
ordained at the age of 12. ters will speak at the New SPECIAL
The young diplomat has Hope Baptist Church, 6600
appeared on the Art Link- NW 15th Ave. Rev. ,Simms, Brand new 3 bedroom, 2 bath, largo Fla room,
letter program twice, the pastor, Thursday (.tonight' ) at 10124 NW 7th Ave. enclosed garage, near NW 7th Ave and 48th St.
last time this ,past June7th 8 pjm. Oct. 6. _


............ 754-5426 anxious. Must soil lovely 3 bedroom, 2

TKING SIZE IUYS + bath, CBS, home on the lake. Move In today.


t 2 bedroom 1 bath CBS total
Furnished price
Ivy A Noble Today! $12.500 FHA. $400 down. This Is the best that
+ 1146 NW 85 STREETOn
8440 NW 10th Ave. Gorgeous 2 bedroom, 2 bath ((1)I) 1831NW 83rd St. $500 down, brand new3
Thome. Large Fla room, enclosed garage, carport, bedroom house. the lake. Owner will sell for FHA value,
A sprinkler system, built-in range and oven, central I $16,000. $600 down. Open Sunday. Stop .by. See
air' conditioning' awning type windows, ((2)) 1390 NW 87th St. $450 down. 3 bedroom, 2 this
breakfast nook. FHA terms. + '
bath Flo
: room, a beauty.
t 3 BEDROOM SPECIAL ((3)) 4717 NW 6th Ave. $25 week. Large house 3245 NW 80th Street

tCarport, awnings" and other extras. FHA terms. .t for large family. 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, Fla room. This Is beautiful
costs. .. only 7 years old. Call today on this.
4Ho ((4)) 1931 NW 86th St. $200 down. $64 month.

T2 bedroom home, doll| house, no qualifying, + ((5)) 1360 NW 51st Terr. $300 down. $68 month.
T small down payment. Awnings, carport, fenced, + 4600 NW 7 AVE 751-8642
+ well and pump. + ((6)) 1318 NW 43rd St. $300 down. $75 month.

+ wE SPECIALIZE tN THE FHA & VA RESALE + ((7)) 2003 and 2005 NW'38th St. 2 Houses. $750
O PROGRAM. NEW LISTINGS DAILY. LET OUR + down. Live rent free. ........................

T> KING REALTY, INC. OF MIAMI REALTOR : -KE HAVE MANY HOMES' FROM! $100 !DO'.lN! 1 .. t rl.istt r: ; : tiWi.

4 8000 NW 1 AVENUE PL 1-9708 :-14460kNW W A :::i21rA e:1$14.59w.ek: : .1jJ.-fAk.\\-.
,i,V3207NW 6Bt11St\ ." ""1f$2tIW."u'

CBS BEAUTY, 3 BEDROOM.! Enclosed porch,
OPEN SATURDAY % SUNDAY garage, appliances, air cond., washer, extras.
FORD Iroker $400 down.CORNER .
3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595 CBS 3 BEDROOM. Newly decoratedall :
$10,000 FHA. '

* * * * * * $63 MO. $250 DOWN. CBS, 2 bedroom, diningroom '
3 full bedrooms, 2 full tile baths. Truly differentIn J BISCAYNE REALTY J utility room, appliances. Washer, alumn.
design. Fully built kitchen with oven, range, storm awnings. $10,500 FHA.
hood fan and dish washer, oak floor, garage ..769-8600 NEW PHONE NUMBER -159-8500.
41 V%VV 411M + 44 *.+ F4444 .
liberal terms, no qualifying. CBS. 2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH. Fla room, carport,

THREE BEDROOM CBS IN I IMMACULATE CON sprinkler system, $300 down, $12,000 FHA.
2100 NW 68.ST. 2 HOUSES DITION. This home has everything you want .t a
Corner, 2 lots, $1,000.cash, down, ,qualifying price you can afford. Fla room, full dining room, NO QUALI FYING. $87 MO.' PAYS ALL. CBS, 3
or red tape, $90 monthly balance $12,000 total. built-in kitchen, wall to wall carpet, and air bedroom, enclosed porch, dining room, appliances,
conditioning. FHA valuation of $14,500 with awnings fenced. $1,000 down. $11,500 total.

$400 down ($100 vets or X-Way) and $106 per mo.

,2 baths, modern CBS, terms to be arranged. THREE BEDROOM' C3S at $12,500 FHA valuation. 3 bedroom, porch, dining room, utility room, ap-
pllances. 2 bedroom
Large Fla room with separate entrance, completely fur l.
6414 NW 15 AVENUE STORE APT.. huge screen porch. $300 down ($100 vets or X* '$16,500 total. Terms to suit.

Good business location and rental Income. To way) and $88 month pays all. NO CLOSING '
settle an utat. Make your offer with, good terms. COSTS. bedrooms, 2 baths, kitchen, dining room, utility

NICE CSS PRICED AT $11,500 aPE 1 SUNDAY: room, 2-cor garag. Total $17,500.Terms to suit.
3 to 6. 2424 NW 87th Terr. Has fenced yard, fruit
3 bedroom, ,2 bath, 2 story, corner residence, in trees, carporte,tll. roof, vacant. Only $250 down WE HAVE MANY OTHERS
excellent $100 DOWH FOR
and $83 month all. NO CLOSING COSTS.
( III!Hill III IHilil Sill pays -' ? ;, ., '.... .

: Chas! S. Fontaia, Realtor BISCAYNE REALTY, INC. !.,/"... I ,'I A' l' '.iI I -BE">11 -l"I1..i"''\''

;R\ 016 NW 7 AVE. 751-7511 1094 REGISTERED NW 54 STREET REAL ESTATE BROKER 759-8600 ,I), 260""W',, Jth1 :;Arid<<:: .,:,7.5"". $(,.r .51..I

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1S. Duplex. NW section, 1 be INSURANCECheck

room, child OK. unfurn. except
lower financing
onv BOW, rates and
WORDS OR LESS $1.25.50 FOR ADDITIONAL ttonn"" stove and refrigerator,'
$65 IMMEDIATE '&li22 FlUNG
mo. vicinity 43 and 24th
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON Ave., NW 691-4668. Bring thin ad to our office and receire a free gift

... D. Goodman and Son Inc.
SALE $16 per week. 3 bed. unfurn. ,
FOR FOR SALE FOR SALE house. 3380 NW 52nd St. "Insurance, Real Estate Mortgage"Duals.sa

private Owner, 3 Lots member AH People Democratic Clubs
150 feet frontage, 2 bedroom, large porchoak from owner.floor 3 bedroom, 1954 Chev. will trade for lab? $ per 5 room CB 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 14)380

frame house with garage, land I large lot. $500 down,carport, to paint house JE 1-3184 or r home. Free gas and water.
move CA, 1-4833. 2398 NW 61st St.
ideal for 10 unit apt. 2575 right in. See 4122 NW 11th

NW 65th St. 6243285. (TF) Place. Call owner, 758-8749. Clean
turn. also $20 week. 6
apt. effcy,, per room unfurn.
Near everything 739 NW 77tr h house. 6738 NW 23rd Place.
Have A Nice Life $1.000 down Terr.
} qualifying,
1i 2 bedroom CDS, freshly do- 1320 NW 33rd St., vacant, New Room in private home, settle,
i orated inside and out. Alf Move' Hunt in. 3 bedroom, area Jason. Real nic, sober man. Quiet. Call 634-

rooms large size. Barrel tile '(0426.CBS, Allapattah Realty,633- one and 2 bedroom apt., 9654. 47th Street area.
" roof, awnings, carport, front available, deposit required
: and back porches. $12,000 Call Mickins Rental Agency, Down YIo
area one bedroom
. NE
'Nice comer lot 4-0500. ,
. with $400 down and $72 mo. fruit trees, fum. apt. all utilities.
. (Vets $100 down). Life Realty I . Ave.I I bedroom i Effcy. $15 week effecy. $14. Call Mickins
. Broker, 4932 NW 7th newly painted inside including[ Rental
. PL 9-4371. Open nites and and out, all elec. kitchen utilities. 5035 NW 5th Ave. Agency, NE 40500.

. Sundays. private room in rear.
$13,000 with $1500 down no Fum. apt with yard and 2 bed. unfurn. $18
Seller Pays Closing Costs closing: cost. No qualifying porch reasonable. Call OX wk. Call Mickins Rental)
Beautiful 3 bedroom, :2 bath. ]1201 NW 86th St. OX 30817. 1-2426. Agency, 681-8213.

CBS,nicely landscaped comer -- : ;
. fenced yard. Fla room, tile Adults. 1 bedroom duplex Will share my lovely :2 bed. ks w1:4'u ti

.. roof, awnings, fire place, patio $400 Down. $74 Mo. 'unfurn. except for stove and home in Lake front with lady. Op.. 10 o.m. to lq pm.t II7ii.
close-in, by shopping Z050 NW 96th St. CBS, like J refrig. 2031 NW 92nd St. 691- Near bus. 6962240.
I II school, bus. A very good lew' oak floor, tile roo', 0641. $20 week.
I buy at $15,500 with$SOOdown.ernn arport: large comer lot. See. New Apt. pM1
I mn. Life oealtv.. Broker Call: owner 7588749. 'Bedroom in private home.Call NW Building. 765
after St. :2 bedroom apt
4932 NW 7th Av PL: -9-4371. 5 p.m. 635-0908. free &
Open eves. Sundays. CBS, 3 bedroom, new refrig.,' only. gas water. Adults ,
stove dishwasher, hardwood 1 bedroom apt. fum. and one
5W 93rd Street floors, extras. $2,500 down, effcy furn. No children. Call .
Large 3 bedroom, CBS on 2 low price. 5620 NW 4th Ave,,Fenster Realty, PL 9-8779. :
lots, comer, tile roof, separate -1-981-1671 (Hollywood). HELP WANTEDBarber.
garage, wall to wall --- Unfurn. apt. one bedroom. 1Y- fi les
carpeting, fenced yard, cus- 3 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, very 566 NW 22nd St. Key in front ; Supreme Barber Shop, I

tom-built kitchen, awnings good condition, fence, awnings apt. $18 wk. ;5552 NW 17th Avenue.
refrig. Seller pays closing low down payment, low ---- :' 1IIJ INcuse
costs. FHA price $16,000with monthly payments. No qualifying -' 4V4 room unfurn. cottage. $19
$600 down and $93.32mo. move right in. See at wk. Key next door with Mrs. CHILDCAREJuanita's ..A'e1
Key at Life Realty, 1865 NW 69th Terr. Call Coleman, 155 NW 49th St. Kindergarten pickup

Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave: PL'broker right now, Martin M. 3H unfurn. and deliver service. For t ti1MLooking
room house. $25
94371. Open evenings and Berney, 624-6983. week. 7648 NW 17th PI. Key information call OX 1-2350. It. "J":). *|K :.I)., ,VMS'! '*' ,;
Sundays. ---
in rear house with Mrs.
3 Bedroom, 1 Bath, CBS Davis.
Fora Better Life! Like new see at 6345 SW

Beautiful home on extra largelot 62nd Ave. No qualifying, 6Vi room unfurn. house. $27 FOR SALE

.tile roof, garage, lovelyFla in.low down Call payment broker move right week. 3341 NW 69th Rt. Mrs. for a home? FOR SALE

room, fenced yard, stove, right now. Gross, day time 444-6126 or
Martin M. Berney, 624-6983. SPEAK TO SPITZER
refrig., air cond., washing --- 448-2824. 2 bedrooms, Fla room
machine, wall to wall carpe'Have several duplexes. Call 1900 ft. Zoned for $250 down, no closing ,
ting. This is an outstanding to see. Martin M. Berney, House, cute 2 bedroom, $17 paint Iq.and body shop. cost, lovely 3 bedroom dining room, largo clout
home. Price $13,500 with wk. 3115 NW 65th St. 373- large Fla room beautifulbuiltin stove refrigerator
broker, 624-6983. Very low down garage -
$450 down and $81.62 month. 7973 or HI 4-8004. Apt. furn. payment.GALL
Key at Life Realty, Broker, 4 rooms, $20 wk. utilities in tile roof, covered
Lots $150 terms, house
4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. cluded. 653 NW 27th St. Apt. $10,000 TOTAL barbecue, dost in, on
1331 NW 55th St., pay like
Open eves & gundays. 3, go see then call 3737973or 94th
--- rent. 4500. Need money m 4-8004. : 685531ASSOCIATES $400 down, no qualifying, St. $450 down, no

Seller JE 81340. lovely 2 bedroom, CBS, closing cost or $100
Pays Closing Costs One room. Christian woman or REALTY, largo corner lot. Only
Bunch Park, 2480 NW 155th Homes: Richmond Heightsand down. No closing cost
St. CBS, awning windows, NW section. $100 down. man. 751-5029. CORP. REALTOR $9,000 total.SPITTER. ':'Stts.CALL' .

fenced yard, freshly painted, $100 down. Mar-Dan associates BUSINESS
FHA price $9,800 with $300 Realtor, HI 5-2557. REALTY, ,' 6851531ASSOCIATES '

down and $59.41 mo. (Vets 1698 Coral Way. Eves 7-8, OPPORTUNITYFor REALTOR!
$I 00 down) Key at Life Mr. Dee CE 5-5488. responsible person. Fully EARN 759-8741 REALTY,
Realty, Broker, 4932 NW 7th equipped barber shop CORP REALTOR
Ave. PL 9-4371. Open eves Furniture, 2000 NW 96th st. without completely withOne EXTRA MONEYTo

and Sundays. Excellent values. Home being bedroom apt. 693-0290. boy a horn -
---- sold, call Fenster Realty,
To children's
start education
Seller Pays Closing Costs Broker, PL 9-8779. HELP WANTED
2 fund
bedroom CBS, Fla room,
freshly painted inside and' Attractive young sepia cock- To pay off debts

out, appliances, convenient Deluxe Duplex in Allapattah tail waitresses and barmaids. Or even start a savings EDISON
location, 1751 NW 80th St. A Large modern CBS duplex or Immediate and steady em- account SpecialsOPEN i
real bargain at $10.000, FHA fenced comer lot. Like new ployment. Call I the Continental -
Club. PL 7-1041 between Drive a cob full or part
with windows
$300 down (Vets $100 and hap jalousie ,
down) and $60.67 mo. Key at terrazzo floors and like new 5 p.m. and 5 a.m. Ask fo r time. Interesting work as AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY

Lire Realty, Broker, 4932 NW appliances. Price is $18,000 Larry. Oct. 14 you are .u.tlnuw poool
7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Oper FHA with $800 down and seller constontlyll l 161 N'.Y 43 STREET

eves and Sunsays. pays closing costs. Life operate Beautician beauty, licensed salon with to ZIBLER TAXI $300 down, FHA, CBS, 2 Fla rooms, carport,
Realty, Broker, 4932 NW completely furnished one 1025 W. Flag!., Strut full dining room, A nice home In lovely neigh
Seller Pays Closing Costs Ave. PL 9-4371. Open eves,
1 bedroom apt. 693-0290. Indtf borhood.
3__bedroom_ CBS, Fla room, Sundays.
ironi porch, large lot, stove 8800 Nfl '14 COURT
and refrig. Price is $12,000and Lot plus frame house at lot
$400 down and $74.54 mo. 62 xll0. Location 1390 NW Prepare yourself for a Good paying Job $200 down, FHA total price, only $9800. Homo

(vets $100 down). Life Realty 70th st. for information call and Income or could bo used as nice 3 bedroom,

PL Broker 9-4371., 4932 Open NW eves 7th& Ave.Sun. Fenster PL 98779.Realty, Broker, Cashiers Training Institute 2 bath homo. Jolousiod porch, carport, county

tax only.

-1876-NW 51st St. Genie Homes announces the

CBS, porch, carport, oak opening of new model homes El l DRIVE BY THEN CALL US
floors, tile roof, $500 down, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, built-in '\ I IiA"
$79 mol pays all, move rightin. range-oven, harawood flours. NO In ((1)) 835 NW 84th St. CBS, 2 bedroom, terrazzo
52nd St. floors, carport, $300 down FHA.
Call owner 758-8749. Location 1022 NW ..,\,...... .
and 1954 NW 41st St. Drive by
((2)) 1866 NW 47th No
Fenster Realty, Broker, PL St. qualifying homo and
Big 2 Homes 98779.A CYRS. .. ffE r-;. income, large 3 bedroom, CBS, homo with Fla

na income.,family special Beautiful or custom home *1 IBM. KeypunchPBX r room plus 1 bedroom cottago. $2,000 down will
huge CBS home for I large handlt.
built, 2 bedroom,'2 bath hom<< lot. Suitable ReceptionistsBonk utS..
family. Double ,,,
Plus ,
large 1 fenced bedroom lot., Only 1 bath$18,800 home' for people selling their homes Tellers ((3)) 8431 NW 22nd PI. No qualifying, nice clean
to expressway and urban re- 2 bedroom CBS homo tilt roof
total, largo kitchen
FHA terms. A. B en- everything. *Secretarial I
newal. Near .
Kori, anytime, 751-2243. Drive by $71 mo. pays everything, county tax only, take
Choice location. i iI
Cd&l s- ; $2,500 down.
NW1 44th'' St. Then call ,
No Qualifying 546 I ",'I{ ', V..
$78 month pays all, CBS, ,2 9-8779.Fenster Realty, Broker, PL Checkers' *. .: :i J (4)431) NW 58th St.CBS, duplex (side by side).

bedroom, Fla room, lovely $4 CD down FHA. $12.500 total. A good deal.
area, $1200 down,' $11,750 Free placement upon c Deletion of course'Day"or
total. A Ben-Kori, Realtor, Another Fenster Special. 3 WE HAVE MANY HOMES ANDDUPL XESFHA
612 NW 60th bedroom CBS plus garage TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.
st., anytime, Evening Classes A
7512243. near schools and shopping K. '. ,j,( "VC*! ..< >" i. ."

$350 down, no qualifying, closing costs. $450 down- $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
2151 NW 46th St., Home an payment.I I Drive by 420 NW 45 DISPCACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY
income. Vacant, moveright in. St. then call Fenster Realty,
Allapattah Realty, 633-0426.' Broker, PL 9-8779.
121 SE 1st St. Room 504 EDISON REALTY Realtors
We have several FHA homes

7051 NW 29th Ave. No quali- with small down payment so. FOR FURTHER
lYine. $85 per mo. pays all. why don't you call up for In- INFORMATION > Cell 377-8994 175 N.W. 62nd St 751.2441F

.Allapattah Realty, 3517 NW formation. Fenster Realty,
633-0426, Broker, PL 98779.

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16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 7, 1966 ._._ .

. Scout Troop #724 Sponsors Branch JoinAIISP support the f *&1.G" _' I .

The majestic nelwy appointed ends, Miss June Brownlee, ,but most of all we will The local chapter next general of FAMU meeting alumni., f. JOHNSONof
Howard Johnson on Leroy Washington and become a Senior Troop come SaturdayOct. 15 at Roosevelt .
will be the Thomas Have graciously 1967. Just think, a
the Boulevard I vlarch
Savings and Loan Association, N'/
to share their talents ,
agreed March. Gee,
4 in
Brumch Senior Troop
of the Kick-Off
scene '' 7:30 For more information, MiamiIt's
in dance, drama and music p.m. ,
for Caderre Girl Scout troop we can't Ni
with the lovely caderres of Swindle, Troop contact Robert Strapp, pros.; r
1. Dorothy
No. 724 on October Forty
troop members will dine, fellowship Troop 724. |I reporter; Mrs. D. E. Hart, Oral Allen or Charles Ingraham. e never too late
Special events like participation Leader Miss Dwight, .
and re-dedicate them- Froop ; '
sleevs to the ideals and In the Orange Troop Leader. / ito have that wedding

principles envisioned by the Blossom Classic, our Birth- L %%i' .picture made.
for deprived
day Project
founder of Girl Scouting as
they attempt to transmit their children Valentine, ''Christmas Party and Caroling Second 'ijI : -We

idelas and principals into Annual Heritage Trip will :' "
Will Furnish The
their daily lives. Scouting
Included this ..
also be y;,
embrace the hihgest stand- ," .. "
Oh the 17-mile
ards of character and love for yes SPECIAL \ Artificial Cake
God and country. hike for our special badge TAILORED SLACKS \l \

The court of Han or will y"
$14.95 1186 NW 38th St.
present a most outstanding i
', and RemodelingFAST _
calender of events to the Alteration a .'
membership will include SERVICE11111&2ST 635-4748

many and varied events for ,
the coming year. The out of r
doors, which include foor zw I. PL 8-3901
while wait"Anytime"
A cuff you
over night and weekend S
5 encampments. The Home P
which will include a "Plan
Your Dream House of the

Future" and Party Time pIStU SEWING MACHINE"REPAIR
Food Contest, will also com- :
mand some of the girl's time SPECIAL"
but great emphasis this year '' PRINCE'SPit
will be placed on the arts. rM Cleaned & Oiled ;.=

Uppermost on the progam *
Adjust Tensions
for the year will be the 50SU6256
Cadettes Fine Arts Festival *Free Needle & Belt Total Cost I *

which will be a special *Check all Wiring
project for all Caderres in Having departed last Fri- *1 Year GuaranteeAll n
Dade and Monroe Counties day for Panama Cane!Zone
and administered by the Trop- enroute to the Republic of Makes & Models / Bar-B-Que
Florida Girl! Scout Council. Vietnam, was Cpt. James
Since Troop 724 plan to be Lockhart, Jr. Cpt Lockhartis CALL 634-5242

among the top winners at this son of Mr.and Mrs.James

festival, we have engaged Lockhart, Sr., of 1435 N.W. 27th
Ave. & 46th
the services of many outstanding 68th Street. During the past
local artists to aid 13 months, Cpt. Lockharthad COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE
us in this endeavor. To this commanded a basic

Gordon, Georgia., He had IN
four of his six cycles to be VET TVTED
4 named the Honor Company.Cpt .
Lockhart is a 1959
graduate of Northwestern FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET OUT
Senior High School and a
1963 graduate of FloridaA 379.7735

& M University. His pre ..
vious tours included an assignment 848 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN !9 TO 9 11 I-B;
t to Korea and Fort '1 < w
n_ u____

Smiling Eddie Lee PJttm -
I IR the new own.I
er of the Dive-Inn I
1772 NW 79th St. Phone
691-9-131. He invite*,,all
his old friends to t come
and meet new friends.
Everyone welcome. indf

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