The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 13, 1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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; OCTOBER 11 .


I ....- Vol. 45, No. 7 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1967 24 PAGES i5QyK .

I Schools Will Do Or Die Oct. 22 I

The Florida Teachers As- their resignations to school FEA executive secretaryDr. In a press conference,Hag-

sociation has given the state boards in the 67 counties Phil Constans, said,; man describes the situation:

two weeks to do something Hagmin said 31,424 resig- "In effect, this gives us two "Our primo objective at this
about the probable resignationof weeks to see what wa can do time Is aspecfalsessionoftbe
nations had been received by
31,424 teachers to create a situation in which Legislature to be called immediately
Saturday night and more are
The FEA will hold a meetIng teachers won't feel the need to and convened on or
arriving day. The figure
Oct. 22, at Orlando. President activate their resignations." before Dec. 4, 196'7.
represents well over half of
Dexter Hagman said in
I Florida's 55,000 and more
Tallahassee, and at that Urn*
than three-fifths of the FEA's
teachers will decide what to do
Balks' At
about undated resignationsthey 50,000 mombers. Cify GivingUp

have submitted. Floyd Christian, State su-
Unless a special legislative perintendent, said some weeks
session Is scheduled by that ago that many schools will Housing Authority

.1 time to provide money for have to close if 20,000 or more
schools, the teachers nLycall teachers resigned at the same The City Commissionerssaid He gave copies of it last
a simultaneous submission of time Monday they want their week to housing Authority Di-

own letter from federal officials rector Haley Sofge, Britton
before they would turn said, and Sofge told him be

White Students Flee their housing authority over to would pass them on o the com
Metro County Attorney Tom missioners:
Britton reportedly received a Commissioners David Ken-

letter a month ago removing nedy and Maurice Ferre acknowledged -

Schools legal objections to the trans receiving a coPy.
; fer.Mrs. Mayor Clark, vice-mayor Ir-
Elizabeth Virrick, an win Christie and Commissioner
outsider," got the questionon Athlie Range sati they never
the floor Monday. She Is saw it."You.
Cause Overcrowding
vice-president of the Dade sound like the wife

County Conference on Civic who's always the last to

Dade School Board was told Dade to encourage integrationby Affairs. know," Mrs. Vlrrick told

last Wednesday by a Coconut allowing Negro children to "This Is holding things up, Clark.
Mrs. WWeoa T.Smith of Atlanta the college choir. Grove lawyer that its policieshad transfer into allwhite she said. "The way it is now She promised to get copiesof

Ga. and Mr Dennis 0. The future bridegroom, created "de facto segre- schools. it's impossible for Metro to the letter from Britton her-
Smith, of Miami, announce the upon graduating from Booker gation." But the law has had a double function." self and give them to the com

engagment of their daughter, T. Washington High School Albert Weintraub complained edged effect. It also permits If the transfer Is made, the missioners.
Jacqueline Ann Smith to Mr. entered the United States that nearly all the white students white students to leave schools Miami Housing Authority "Fm sick of these delays,"
Emmett Mile Jones, son of Army.AftertwoyearsinGerMrs. have left the tree elementary is the Negro enrollment' would fall under the county's Mrs. Vlrrick said "We have ,

Esther H. Jones and Mr. many, he served in Vietnam, schools. in: Coconut grows.. ,.," Department of Housing and had such'a rocky road. Hereit
William B. Jones of Atlanta. completing his tour of duty In Grove. Weintraub said, "I, as a Urban Development. is 1967. Do you know when
Miss Smith, a senior at June 1967 Mr. Jones is em- He said the result is'"that parent, feel that my responsi- Assistant City Attorney we got the way cleared for urban -
Morris Brown College is maployed as a postal clerk. the number of Negro studentsto bility to my child first relatesto John Loyd was told by the com. renewal? When we got the
joring in music, with emphasis white students at the Coconut the quality of his education missioners to ask Joseph Home Rule Charter li 1957.
on piano. She has beanacThe wedding will be November Grove Elementary SchoolIs without regard to the presenceor Burnstein, chief legal counselfor
tive with the college's sym 25 in the Cunningham disproportionate to the natural nonpresence of Negroes the federal HUD in Washin- The Metro Commission

phonic orchestra and other Chapel, Student Union Build- sochl conditon which within his school. ton, for a copy of the letter he could appoint a new board if
musical programs, Including ing at Morris Brown College. exists in the Coconut Grove sent Britton. the Housing Authority is turn

area." "We feel, however, that "We have never received a ed over to the county. The pre

His child, a first grader, is school districts which presentan copy of his opinion on this com sent board, named by the Mia
15 Candidates Seek 3 one of the few white children overwhelming majority of mission," Mayor Steve Clark mi Commission, is divided in

I remaining at Coconut Grove underprivileged children will said. its thinking on the transfer.

Elementary, Weintraub said. effectively deprive our childof
The Negroes who nuke up the his right to full socialogi-
City Commission Seats entire student bodies of Tucker cally sound education for Range Hits Slow

and Carve r elementary' which I am paying my school

Fifteen candidates have nandez, 1652 NW 16th St.; Dominic schools are being culturallyand taxes.'

thrown their hats In the poli- L. Koo, 176 NE 44th St. educationally deprived by He said that unless the Pace Of Urban
tical ring for the post of may- and Jerome Stern, 350 SW 26 segregation, he said. board does something to right
or of Miami and two commis- Road. The mass exodus of white the racial balance, he may be

sioners' seats. The showdown Mayor: Steve Clark, succes- children he said, left the three forced to "flee the school district

will come In the Nov. 21 pri- sor to the late Mayor Robert Grove schools with empty which is threatened by an RenewalMetro

mary election. King High, Is opposed by Car desks while overcrowding! the onslaught of underprivileged.
Commissioner Athalie los G. DeTorres, 2301 SW 20 predominantly white schools children."
Urban Renewal "This Is really no criteriato
Range will do battle with Harvey St.; 0. D. (Jack) Henderson, in neighboring areas. "The concept of segregationis told
Agency was Monday by judge, how fast we're moving -
H. Baker of 150 NW 43rd 117 Shore, Drive West, and The lawyer charged that the both morally and legally indefensible Commissioner Athalle Rangeto he said.

Pl., and Gerald M. Rothboard, John F. Leach, 1020 SW 22nd blame for this situation lies ," he said. His ap- defend Its In After, Mrs. Elizabeth Vlr
6310 NE First Place.THOMAS St. with the operation in Dade of pearance before the board, he programs
of the
housing Central District Ne- rick, vice-pr esldent
Unless one gets clear ma- the state pupil assignment law. added, was: intended to "ex
slum Dade Conference on
displaced by
groes County
jority, the two getting the high- The law permits the trans- haust my administrative remedies
clearance."I Civic Affairs had made her
est number of votes on Nov. 21 fer of pupils between schools a step required before
am waving a red flag at plea for an urban renewal project
In each race will run against with permission of school of- seeking relief from the
the type of operation we've had in Coconut Grove, Mrs.
each other the following week. ficials. It has been used in courts
t up to now," said Mrs. Range. Range reminded the agency of
"Several months have passed. what has not been done In M'-

Grand Jury Checking On Adam ings There but have so far been no lots housing of meet-has ami.Mrs.. Range said she sup- 4

gone in." ports slum c 1 e a r a n c e bathe

Without calling names, Mrs. Grove, but urged the commis-
Official records disclosed election, but has never tried to ficials, false and fraudulent
Ranges verbal thrusts werealnwd sion to take a look downtown
Tuesday that a special grand take his seat.Accord1Jijtto. claims against the govern-
at Haley Sofge, before it proceeds.
Jury in Washington has taken court records, ment, Improper use of public
Metro's of
the grand Jury is to look into and willful concealmentof Department
over investigation of the fin- money and Urban "Downtown Miami Is blighted -
Housing Development -
ancial affairs possible violations of laws facts from government
of Adam
Clay- and Norman Watson and I don't want Coconut
ton Powell in U. S. District against bribery of public of- agencies. Dade's deputy director of urban Grove to be blighted. The city

Court. renewal. should not take upon itself another

Sworn In on Monday, the King Loses AppealTo Her fellow commissionersmust project J with so little
K. WASHINGTON grand jury will begin taking have been cognizant of done on the first project,' she

Thomas K. Washington, evidence next week. Its work High CourtThe delay problems whenurban said.Federal
4520 NW 17th Ave., Insurance Is confined to Powell's case renewal was launched three funds for the first I

agent, paid $100 qualifying fee and an unrelated study of frau- U.S.Supremo Court refused jail. The fine is $50 each or years ago, she said. She was two of four project areas in the
Saturday and lined up with six dulent practices by some home Monday to reexamine the five days In prison. not a member at that time. Central Negro District, more
others for the seat of Commissioner improvemnt contractors In contempt of court convictionsof Alvin Stevenson, Metro HUD than $22 million,have been ap
Maurice Ferre. the Washington area. Dr. Martin Luther Kingand The court affirmed by a 5-4 officer, said urban renewal proved. The two areas cover

Ferre, who is both state leg- After a committee heard seven other Negro ministers vote last June, the convictionof Miami Is ahead of schedule. 207 acres.In .
islator and commissioner,has charges that Powell misused charged with leading desegregation the eight ministers! for hold- "relocation is still moving rapidly the last three years, 1,010
opposition from Hendrick J. government funds, he was demonstrations in 1963in ing the Good Friday and Easter ,' he said. displaced families have been

Berns, 841 Venetian Way, Mi- denied seat at the beginning of Alabama.. Sunday demonstrations in violation He challenged Mrs.Range's relocated In public housing.
ami; Albert J, Carpel, 2551 this session of Congress. He The refusal moans that King of an Alabama court or- basis for calling urban renewal Another 400 have been placed

Brickell Ave.; Gllberto Her was reelected in a special and the others can be sent to der. progress slow. In their own homos.PUBLIC .

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday! October 13, 1967 .__ ,"-

Tennessee's First (Mixed Marriage Legal Services lr Our Boys in the 1II\ti?

I I i Panel At Libert) I

Ends In Bigamy-- City CenterThe Armed Forces I

Herman Alvin McDaniel, in the county records that any having two other wives, both EOPI Nleghborhood
the man who b r o k e Tenne- divorce had been ought.McDaniel's Negroes, at the time of the recent Center's Legal Services is
ssee's inter-racial marriagelaw wedding. He was arrestedlast pleased to announce that the 4.,
has pleaded guilty to bigamy Joyce ChrIstine marriage Prescott 34 Tuesday. second Legal Panel isgoingtobe
and was'sentenced to two. The McDanielPrescottwedding held on Thursday, October
(white) on the steps of
years,in state'prision; Metropolitan Courthouse in came in the wake of a 19, at 8:00 p.m,
'' .; WThe Nashville, July 21, wasthe ruling by the state attorney This month's topic will be
only evidence presented'against first recorded Interracial general that Tennessee law very important as it deals with
McDaniel was three marriage In Tennessee.The banning such marriages was the Assistance Program in this
marriage licenses. Assistant Invalid in light of a U. S. Supreme community.Such .
District Attorney DlckSpeight grand jury of Davidson Court decision against problems as Welfare,
said no evidence could be found County accused McDaniel of similar laws in Virginia. Aid to Dependent Children, lU
(ADC), Social Security, Hous-
ing and Family Services will
I Miami Firm Gets $35,111 To CULTURALCENTERETTE be discussed, and we will have
a separate question and answ-
Train Tool And Die MakersA The Neighborhood Edu- er period following the panel.
cational CulturalCenterette is ,
Bring your friends, neigh- ,.,
spokesman for the US De- Labor in cooperation with the announcing it s initial Parent- bors and relatives to this im- San Antonio. Aircrew N"1'
partment of Labor here said Florida State EmploymentS Teacher meeting, October 12. portant meeting Entertain- Arthur Bethel Jr., son of Mrs. Pvt. James Reddick, U. S.
that US Secretary of Labor W. e r v Ice. The employer will To be held Holmes Elemen- ment and community singing Sarah J. Bethel of 4224 NW 18 Signal Corps recently visited
Willard Wirtz has this week pay wages to workers while tary Cafetorium, at 7:30 p.m. will be enjoyed by all. Avenue, has completed basic with his parents,Mr.and Mrs.
approved the allocation of they are in training.The MDTA The Centerette is located ad- training at Lackland AFB, James Reddick of 2490 NW 60
$35,111 in Federal funds fora funds will be used to reimburse jacent to Holmes Elementary, I The Liberty City EOPI Neighborhood Tex He is now assigned as a Street prior to moving to his
Manpower Development and the firm for Instructioncost. 1175 NW 67th Street. Center, 1900 NW 75th security policeman with a unit new station in Germany.
Training Act (MDTA) projectfor The pupils, teachers and all Street. of the Strategic Air Command Pvt. Reddick is a graduateof
Florida for training pur Lanier S. Dasher, state other personnel of the "Little at Blythevllle AFB, Ark. Airman Booker T. Washington High
poses. supervisor of the Bureau of School" are engaged in plan- THE MORALS OF Bethel is a 1962 graduate School; and on September 29th
The project, to be conducted Apprenticeship and Training. ning a get-acquainted meeting of Booker T, Washington High he successfully completed the
by National Tool,Die and Precision Suite 202, 1309 Thomasville which promises to be informa- MINISKIRTSThis School. Basic Microwave Radio and
Machining Association, Road, Tallahassee, said nearly tional as well as pleasurable.All subject has caused so Equipment Repairs courseat
Miami, will train 20 personsfor all onthejob trainees con pupils of the school are much discussion argument the US Army Signal School,
40 weeks as apprentice- tinue to work for the employer participating in this affair. that the editors of Sepia maga- Fort Monmouth, New Jersey.
entry tool and die maker at a who trained them. Further All parents and interested zine have made an extensive .4,, Wliile stationed at Mon-
cost of$35,111. Information concerning ap- persons in the community are survey and have published an mouth, Pvt. Reddickblossomed -
On-the-job training under prenticeship and on-the- job invited to come to this meetingand article in color in November into an outstanding Quarterback -
MDTA is arranged by the training can be had from meet our staff, hear more Sepia showing mini-skirts and ; and in his last game
Bureau of Apprenticeship and Dasher at his Tallahassee ad about our school see our child- what their wearers have to threw five touchdown passesto
Training, U. S. Department of dress. ren in action and join our team. say. lead hfsteamtoa31-14win.

r _

I. Skills Of Elected Officials NeededIn Some species of flounders

can change their color to blend
Model Cities Programare with the background.

"The skills, talents and gro community,' participantsIn solves its present urban bethreatenedbyral
commitment of Negro elected the National Conference of crisis,' jack E.Wood,Jr.associate bites or whether we can live assigned to the AirForce
officials will be a key to whe- Negro Elected Officials were executive director of where we choose. If we eve]I Technical Training Center at
ther the Federal Model Cities warned Sunday. the National Committee consider such dishonest alter- San Antonio. Airman Chanute AFB, Ill., for speca-
program and myriad other "Negro men and women Against Discrimination in natives, we are going to admit: Albert L. Foster, son of Mr. lized schooling as an aircraft
proposed solutions to the holding local, state, and na- Housing, said Sunday.Wood that our basic rights are onlja and Mrs. Willie R. Foster of equipment repairman.Airman
urban crisis really succeed tional offices bear major responsibility 'was chairman of a panel on gift of the white community 1410 NW 52nd St., has com Foster is a 1967 graduate of
only repeat urban renewal's for determining Federal housing programs at and not the rights of free I pleted basic training at Lack- Miami Northwestern High
hoax at the expense of the Ne- whether the United States re- the University of Chicago's men." land AFB, Tex. He has been School.
Center for Continuing Educa-
-- tion."We
want rat control and
regular sanitation services in
r present Negro ghettos,"Wood FINCHER OLDSMOBILE
said. "We want all the ser-
vices, and the roads, schools,
J hospitals and other facilities Announces The Appointment of
that citizens outside the ghettonow
take for granted. But wo
aren't going to be forced to
give up the freedom to move WILLIE"BIG
and live where wo choose Ir

,w cep exchange for finally securing
these fundamentals which NICK"NICHOLSON
should be ours by right."
Wood said, "The elected officials -
who represent the citi-
x zens of ghettos to the larger
community must make the
message of Milwaukee-
An troit, and Newark clear.Negro as
citizens are not going to be
duped into a choice of false alternatives -
From Commissioner and Negro citizensare SALESREPRESENTATIVE
not going to be forced to
choose whether our children

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday.. October 13. 1967 3

Both Parties Corrupt;, Dick I

Gregory To Run For President


t He would run for presidenton the third time he called for the gory said I at the university
1'I an independent civil rights end of racism in the United Ryun calls home.
Dick Gregory said in Law States. The nation suffers from
rence, Kansas this week. The Negro comedian said "moral pollution" which
Both political parties "are America is casting an imageof is much worse than air pollution -
corrupt,' Gregory said, and racism throughout the ," he said. "This is a sick
the people must have another world. nation because it does not want
choice. to believe what It is told."
4 Gregory told more than "The only American pro- Gregory said, "H Brown
2,400 persons earlier at the duct that can be mentioned has been telling folks to get a
University of Kansas that anywhere in the world without gun, but Paul Revere did it too.
America is the "most racist getting frowned upon. is Only at that time the police
nation in the world."This was track star Jim Ryun," Gre- were the British/

: p. Florida NAACP Convention To

0.t ,. Help Plight Of MassesSt.

Petersburg. Florida The first annual Rutledge McGhee, OEO Regional Civil
Robinson Named National
Jackie NAACP President, Rev. JoelE. Pearson, Sr. Award will be NIghts Coordinator and Technical -
] Atkins and Field Director, presented. The first honoree- Assistance Representative
Marvin Davies announced recipient will be Mrs. Sally ; Atty. Charles F. Wilson
Chairman of Brotherhood WeekJackie today that the theme of the 28 B. Mathis, one of the first Ne- tad Frank Ridley, EEOC re-
Annual NAACP State Confer- gro City Commissioners in the rional officers; and L. V.
ence is "The Task Ahead; history of Jacksonville. Mrs. Davis, minority representative -
Charles Evans Award average of .342, he was named
Robinson. famed Hughes Closing the Economic of
Gap Rutledge H. Pearson, Sr. will State Industrial Commission -
baseball star from the National conference the National League's Most
distinguished the Masses." The Convention present the award Saturday Walter Wrenn,Jr., Equal
Valuable Player Because of
businessman and outstanding "for courageous leadership in will be held at the Holiday Inn, at 8 p.m. Health Opportunity Com
spokesman for Interracial governmental service Jackie Robinson's success, in Fort Myers October 19- 21 Gloster B. Current, Direc- mission.
Justice, has been named National Brotherhood Week, which the door was opened to all the Rev. Frank G. Pinkston, tor, Branch and Field Ad- The convention, expected to
chairman of Brother- will be observed February 18- other Negro players of sta
ministration of the NAACP draw some 300 delegates and
hood Week it was announcedthis 25, 1968, will launch the 40th ture. In 1962baseball paid
Marion Branch will
County National Office will be the key participants from the 61 state
week by Dr. Sterling W. Anniversary celebration of the Jackie Robinson its highest be the opening speaker on speaker at the Freedom Award branches and will gear a program -
Brown, president of the Na- NCCJ. President Johnson is tribute by electing him tobaseball's Thursday: at the Eleventh An- Dinner. Mrs. Ruby Hurley,SE for changes in the pro-
tional Conference of Christians Honorary Chairman of this observance Hall of Fame.In .
nual Church Work
meeting Regional Director, NAACP posed state constitution, draft
and Jews,Judge C.Clyde Operating on an annual 1957, leaving baseball,
with the sub-theme
: "The will be a guest and consultant boards make up, national
A t kin s and Richard F.Wolf- budget of $3.8 million Mr. Robinson became Vice
Church Role in Meeting the at the convention. guards and stress the increas-
son, co-chairmen of the raised from individual and President in Charge of Per- Economic Needs of the ing importance of preparing
Florida Region of the NCCJ. corporate contributions, the sonnel for Chock Full O'Nuts, Masses." Other topics for discussion Florida 300,000 Negro voters
The announcement National Conference through a national restaurant chain.At and work shops include Em-
was The Rev. Joel E. tkins, ; for an effective use of the bal-
made at the Executive Office its 75 regional offices con- the same time he continued his ployment
State Conference President poverty, housing, lot. Further attention will be
of G 0 v ern 0 r Nelson Rocke- ducts institutes, workshops, active work for full rights for will be the keynote speaker for state constitution, political given to creation of non-profit
feller in New York City at 22 seminars and conferences for all Americans, speaking and the Thursday evening public action, draft boards and national corporations to assist the
West 55th Street better human relations work- writing in behalf of organiza-
following a mass meeting. guards. masses in: Problems of em
conference with Governor ing with youth, with parentsand tions such as the National Con- Attorney Earl M. Johnson, Consultants serving the ployment, housing and business
Rockefeller, Dr Brown and teachers, with clergy and ference and the National As- NAACP State Chief Counsel of conference include; Atty. ventures. The branch
Mr. Robinson is Special As- with business, labor and community sociation for the Advancementof Jacksonville will preside on Harold Braynon and P.E.Williams problem clinic will also deal
sistant to the Governor for leaders.In Colored people,which he Friday over a pinel of experts State Technical Assis- with membership support,fin-
Community Affairs. accepting the National now serves as a National Vice tance Robert W. .
concerning: Integrated Program; nancing the NAACP and direct
Commenting on Mr.Robin- post of Brotherhood Week President. He was a recipientof Schools Saunders and Atty. Alfonso protest action.
son's appointment D:. Brown Chairman, Mr. Robinson said, the NAACP Spingarn Award,

said, "For more than decadeMr. "I am proud to be associatedwith of the civil highest rights honor that in can the be field ac- ..............................
Robinson has been an active NCCJ's educational pro-
participant in the work of gram to strengthen national corded. : :
the National: Conference and in unity and to bring about inter- Actively engaged in many FOR THE FINEST HOUSING
a dozen other worthy voluntary racial and interreligious business I enterprises, Mr. i AT MODERATE RATES .
I have servedon Robinson was instrumental in
organizations. Intelligent, understanding. .
warm, forthright and Inspiring the Board of this organization the fonding:of the Freedom Na- CALL .
i consider Jackie Robinson and participated its 'tional Bank in Harlem and is .
among America's first citi- programming for nv.ny years, now Chairman of the Board of '
zens. Tbe National Conferenceis and I am honored to take on this that institution which has already BONiiD.
honored to have him head assignment. The National enjoyed phenomenalsuccess. ,
He also played an Important 1' :
our educational efforts for Conference is doing an out- I
role in the organization -
brotherhood during our 40th standing job. Previous National -
Anniversary year 1968.: Chairman have Included of the insurance companyThe RENTAL
Gibraltar LUe.STARLITE .
Brown's announcement, Gov- Governor Rockefeller, who
ernor Rockefeller personally was chairman; in 1950,HarveyS.
congratulated the National Firestone, Jr.Cornelia I AGENCY g:
Conference on its choice of Otis Skinner, Bib Hope, V. J. CLUBOn
Mr. Robinson for the National Skutt and Troy Post. k ,t
Brotherhood Week Chairman Mr.Robinson in 1947 was the October 4, the Starlight I I INC
ship. The Governor was him- first Negro player in the ma- Club held its 4th meeting of
self National BrotherhoodWeek jor leagues.His exploits on the this year.They decided to havea e PL, 9-8733
Chairman for NCCJ in field that season led him to be Teenage Pre Halloween

1950 and has been associatedwith chosen as the National Lea- Party Saturday October 21, at .: -' Je.u.si .................. :
Valerie Coes home at
the organization for more gue's "Rookie Of The Year/ Miss
than two decades. In 1965, the Two years later, after leadingthe 1015 NW 79th St., from 7 to 11 THE LARGEST PRIVATE-HOUSING: MENTAL AND MANAGE- 0
league in batting with an p.m. Fun for all.
Governor received the


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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 13, 1967

To Be Equal All. I

By Whitney Young, Jr.
Office 6530NW 15th Ayo.,Miami, Flo. 33U1-PhoneI691.0..21 1 flU1I1JDooker \\
Executive Director T. Hayes \
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher National Urban League

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE City Editor w ws L W *" Visited The Bahamas

STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theotrleol Editor The Flight From Responsibility
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National Advertising Representative One of the most publicized aspects of the current scene is Recently?

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310 Madison Avenue. Now York; N. Y. 10017 ple, most of them from middle-class homes, dropping out of have watched the new Bahamas Government disprove the
Member of the Notional Newspaper Publishers is reported I
Association widely
for life of bohemian irresponsibility
society a leveled
2400 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60416 charges of immaturity and inefficiency by the out-
and discussed. going administration with a very satisfying degree of personal
SUBSCRIPTION RATES A popular explanation of the movement is that they are rejecting the
pride. The progress being en joyed by Bahama: Island chain
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 the values of their middle-class parents. I wonder. In
has never been more encouraging, or more lucrative. The
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post' some ways they remind m? of their parents' irresponsibility. people themselves have never before felt the personal pride
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Hippies, for example, say they want no part of politics. While they display now. This pride they feel has become inborn, be-

"CREDO 'OF: THE NEGRO PRESS"The they are superbly Integrated and without overt prejudice them cause the man responsible for the future success 9f the Islands

NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best Uod selves, they say they don't care about the Negro's efforts to has placed integrity in the forefront.He has placed the welfareof

the world from racial and national antagonism when It accordsto secure equality. Meaningful social. acUondoesn'tconcern the people above personal achievement and thereby made
every man regardless of his race creed or color his human them.
and unity a reality rather than a dream. Under this new administration -
right. Hating no man, mon-the
no Negro How does this differ from their parents'attitudes? They too,
Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that all men the old Bahamas as we knew it has undergone con-
are hurt as long as anyone Is held back.'iIie reject involvement in society's problems. They too, include siderable change. The change does not lie in its geographical

many who say they are "liberal," have abandoned meaningful location, but in its people. The change has been so definite
efforts to Join with Negroes to secure a better society. So in
that r personally consider the Bahamas of today as the "New
Editar's NOM1OUh this respect at least; both the hippies and their middle-class "
parents don't want to become involved in the world around

them. The hippies "drop out" their parents just turn their
Bahamians have always been a friendly people, but it ap-
LARCHMONT GARDENS backs. pears now that the chief export of all the Bahama Islands is

The Department of Health Division of adult health and aging One hippie told a reporter: "When this many people decidea goodwill. It appears friendliness has become the by-word of
people that came into existence in 1962latest.release: is not society is worthless, it's something to think about. He all Bahamians and it so effects the tourist who visit the Islands -

only informative, but makes Interesting reading.This week we should have said: "When so many people decide a society is they make mention of it in their discussions This com-
about Larchmont Gardens which is worthless, they should work to change it into something better, deal the Bahamians
are telling something a mity, this packaged friendship are exporting -
low income federal housing project located rather Isolated rather than running away from itIt's / has become one of their greatest assets. It will out
don't share the idealism and
area two blocks wide and four blocks long between NW Second too bad these youngsters last any of the other reasons prompting visit to the Islands,

and Sixth Avenues, andNW83rdand85thstreets. It is boundedon courage of the thousands of young men and women who also and in the long run be the deciding factor. in its continued suc-
middle-class values lack of them to
turn their backs on or ,
the west by 1-95 and on the north by a Little River Canal. cess as a resort area.
work in the slums and ghettos of our nation to help war on pov-
There are 437 family dwellings varying sizes from one story
erty. It is disturbing that they don't get a tenth of the publicity such that shown the
duplexes to two story, eight unit apartment buildings.The Hospitality as throughout Island chain
given to the hippies. In fact the wbole war on poverty effort is has a way of creating interest.Strangers seem to prefer those

population of Larchmont Gardens is composed of at least under attack from citizens seeking to escape from responsi places where the action is, and everyone returning from the

four ethnic groups. At the present time about half are Puerto bility. Islands seems to attest to the fact that the action is there. I

Ricans and Cuban Refugees, approximately 49%are Caucasian Some of the things I've heard about the anti-poverty effort have the opportunity of seeing people on their way to the Islands -

Americans, and under l% are Negro Americans,An estimated sound very much like excuses not to support it. One such comment -. and on many occasions seeing these same people re-

2,800 persons reside in this congested area, including about I've heard is that the war on poverty doesn't matter be- turn. They leave with that uncertain look of the adventurer on

1,500 children of which about 500 are preschoolers. cause riots occurred cities like Detroit, which got all the his first safari. These same people you hardly recognize on

Many families are on welfare assistance. Physical disabilities federal money it wanted. their return unless they bare some outstanding characteristics

and mental and emotional Illnesses among the adults is I don't know hour that Idea got around, but nothing could be because of the change in their mood. They return in a friendly

high. Many are limited by poor education and ignorance, language further from the truth. The Office of Economic Opportunity, carefree mood, wearing the traditional straw hats woven on

barriers, and lack of motivation. Child neglect, Illegitimate which administers the war on poverty, said that Detroit only Bay Street and throughout the Islands They seem so endowed

births, and Juvenile delinquency are prevalent.An official got 14 percent of the funds it asked for. Some big cities got with goodwill becomes visible to the onlookers. Their prob-
is in this even less New York only got a tenth of its needs.
police car frequently seen area to settle various dis- ; lems become
they can forget, and it appears they are
turbances. Fve also heard stories about all the anti-poverty workers
who were supposed to have taken part in riots. But the facts determined to let nothing spoil what has been a most enjoyable
Sanitary conditions are in spite of attempts provide experience.
are that only si* anti-poverty workers in the whole countrywere
health education! to the residents.The the whole are
women on
arrested. That's probably less than the total number of
resistant to teachings on personal hygiene and housekeeping.Poor Linden 0. the
policemen charged with miscondut during the riots. Pindling, man responsible for this new image
diets and nutrition contribute to the pale and listless ap- around the Bahamas is to be commended on his ability to en-
The people raajclng such charges don't seem to want anythingto
pearance of many of the children. Little River Elementary (a be done to cure the sickness of poverty and racism. U you courage this attitude from his fellow islanders. I have yet to
Head Start School ) Horace Mann Edison Junior and Senior encounter a visitor
returning who is not reluctant about leav
wanted: to be nice you could call some: of them "blacklashers,
High, and Miami CentralSchools servethisarea. Many child ing. Realizing the variations in the likes and dislikes in most
but in my book, lib 1 a c k 1 ash' is just a nice word for racial
ren appear to be slow learners and truancy is a big problem.A bigotry.So individuals, the fact that so many can locate the happy medium
large number preschool children in need of medical while in the Islands is
we have two groups which won't help responsible people amazing.It does prove however, that the
supervision but due to transportation problems many are unable reform society. The solid, respectable citizens who take refuge formula being used by the Bahamians is a winner.
to take advantage of the health department services. A Long Live the Premier!
in apathy or/ lathe rationalization of their prejudices, and
bus trip involves three transfers to the health centers. When
their;sons and daughters who reject their parents but rebel in
children are seriously ill, they are taken to Jackson Memorial
such a way that they most resemble them.
Hospital but frequently home remedies are used.
All of this goes against the traditional picture of theAmerican -
Out of this somber picture, there is a bright spark of light as the man who sees problems as things to be solved and icLET'S

i called the Larchmont Gardens Community League.This com- overcome, not run away from nor resisted. Fortunately, the

mittee composed of highly motivated and Interested residentshas ranks of those who are concerned about our country are grow- TALKPOLITICS" .

been in existing in their area. They are active In promo- ing. Many people who were Indifferent are now becoming involved '-
ting participating in the EOPI programs and Manpower Development '
in the fight against racism. "They see the riots as a call
Association. They are extremely interested in getting to act ion to end the tragic conditions in the ghetto, not as

health services for the children in their community.The events to justify "blacklash." BY NORMAN E. JONES,

Community Action League members are hopeful that It has been said that crisis brings out the best in people. I
with their cooperation some plan can be worked out to make
have high hopes that our urban racial crisis will bring out the
health services more accessible to the Larchmont Garden best in Americans of all political creeds and opinions. We are Analysis Of 1967 Tampa

residents. all in the same boat,and we can work together to keep it afloat,

or we can separately dive off into fantasies or bitterness, and

. THE TEN PER CENT WAR watch it MayoraltyNick

One million young people are out of workand out of school. sink.Phil OssoferThe Nuccio had a profound effect on Tampa Negroes politi-

, With 40,000 in the Job Corps and 60,000 in the out-of-school cal activity during their 20 years of eligibility to vote in the
Neighborhood: Youth Corps, only one in ten is helped. physical difference of ren who favor their left, should former Lily-white demo primaries. Since Nick's political
mankind have been the basis of
not be
Of the two million needy youngsters who stay in school but compelled to use their career spins a period of 20 years before the Negro could vote
much f the
0 prejudice
need work, 200,000 are enrolled in the Neighborhood Youth right hands. The seriousnessof and 20 years after he could vote, an analysis of voting inthe
the world of in
keeps humanity this form of
Corps during the summer, and only half during the school judice can Negro precincts is a barometer of Negro political activity in
year. Again, one in ten during the summer, only one in twentythe disunity. One of the strangest be seen in the fact that as many Tampa.
round. forms of prejudice is discrimination as one- third of all children

About year two million adults need training or work experienceto against lefthanded may be predisposed by natureto Prior to the Negro vote, there were a few who actually had

enter the labor force.Only 200,000 of those who need it most people. I was made awareof use their left hands. Who more political power then, than the Negro political leaders of

are getting it. Once more, ten per cent. this form in an article by knows? Maybe a forced switch today. in lieu of votes they contributed money to the campaignsof
Michael Barsley, an Englishman from left to right may have incumbent and aspiring candidates for public office.
When the government decides we need over $70 billion for who has founded an or- been a factor in our history of

war and defense, what would happen if only$7 billion were ap- ganization to protect left- Hit 1 e r s and the such.Julius There is a old tried and true political axiom which is the

propriated, on the grounds, that, "This is all we can afford"? handed people from defamation Caesar was left-handed. formula for non-candidate 'political bosses.!' Stay in the
The nation would be outraged at such an attempt to "starve the and discrimination. In
a I wonder if our various background, and give money to all the candidates for key of
war' and "turn our backs on our servicemen." When we're world of anestim tted200mil- forms of prejudice are basedon fices. While one can only support one candidate in each office

convinced we're ina"rea war, produce what we need and lion left handers against 3 bil- ignorance, in which wa hint with votes one cancontrflbute money at "all" the candidates,

sorry about how to meet the cost later But the War on Poverty: lion right-handers, most lan- that God has erred in His crea- thus whoever wins"your' nun Is in office.
continues to be treated as a "ten per cent" war instead of a guages and cultures of the tion. Making people black or

battle to eradicate poverty for all --white and black. world identify "right" with left-handed, He is pictured as Possibly one of the greatest examples of this sure, fire
-- good and "left" with bad, or having created evil people political formula
in Florida is Ed Ball,boss of the DJpont: empire
evil.According along with the white,right- in the state and the "Pork Chop Gang."
to Barsley, lef- handed "good" people.To .

MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE ties have been discriminated ma, "Black" and left- In Tampa, as in all cities and towns with an appreciable Ne-
against since the Bronze Age handed could be Indications of gro population, the Negroes who controlled and whiskey
MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY when man first began to use evil only as symbols, in the had the bankroll contribute to candidates, and of course

APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. tools. He revealed that in many sense that a person with a depended on the political patronage of the wtnners,to operate,
countries, it is forbidden to "black heart (regardless of thus they contributed to all
THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. the candidates and whomever won,
teach children to write left- the color of his skin), is evil. they were still in business,as different from the Negro politi

PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM! handed Physiologists and Being physically lefthanded leadership of today which promises votes toa specific can-
pediatricians insist for with his fellowmen is didate and
psychological way can't help but one candidate for each office, and
reasons,that child evil. frequently find themselves backing the lo-rans

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MIAMI TIMES. Friday.. October 13. 1967 5

ANYTHING I () () Legal
Press Published
-.' ServicesBy Negro

Center Attorney ,i a p/ U, S. Negro World publishers life and to interpret relevant
4 I b announce the publication of external events to the com
fit Y -- the 1967 "Negro Press Edition munity in a meaningful i con
Mixed MarriagesLet ," featuring a current directory text. (2)) Negro newspaper
of newspapers, maga- content fashions the individual's -
us pause for a while this week and comnent: on a noteworthy zines and publications and a integration into the social -
event that made the front 26-page documentary research structure to the degreethat
page last month of many prominent report titled:"Tin! Negro the contents are designed
newspapers. The marriage Press: past, Present and to democratize prestige and is
of Dean Rusk's only daughter Future" by Thelma T.Gar- designed to help the individual
Margaret Elizabeth Rusk to ham, noted market research orient himself in time and
a Negro, Guy Gibsonsmlth. analyst.The space in the community by
Earlier, in this column mixed directory section lists building and maintaining cer-
marriages were discussed. 231 publications in 42 states, tain racial traditions and iden-
Since that time, in June to be exact Canada and Panama with zip- tifications. (3) The content is
the United States Supreme coded addresses and circula- designed to emphasize values
Court kill e d Virginia's mis- tion data. The total circula- and interests on which thereis
cegenation or mixed marriageslaw. tion of all periodicals list is a high level of conciousness
When the Virginia law was is in excess of 4 million in the community the fore-
ruled unconstitutioal. : ,. sixteen The documentary research going characteristics enhancethe
i I states, including Honoa, stm canned interracial marriages. The marriage of Peggy and Guy Smith cams after one of the (of Negro publications from create a specific impact in
hotest racial summers America has ever experienced. The 1827, when the first Negro particular controversies Of
Henry C. McDowell Retires; past summer has been labeled as the bitter summer of 1967. 'newspaper in America was social situations in which fun-
The handsome and happy pair illustrates or serves as a reminder : 1 published, to the present. The damental values of the Negroare
After 50 Years In that no matter how violently black and white differ with 'study also analyzes the specific involved or threatened.
Ministry one another, they are, in fact, more alike than different. Black role of Negro newspapers
and white are also, only, Individuals and as such are capableof in relation to the population The "Negro Press Directory -
The long and meaningful career of one of Miami's most respected the closest human union. No human relationship Is closer 'segments they represent, & Report-1967"is available -
and well-liked ministers will come to a close on Sun- than marriage. 'namely; (1)) Negro newspaper at $5.00 per copy from USI)
day, October 15 when Dr. Henry C. McDowell will end more The event took place in California. California in 1948, did 'contentsupplies flow of Negro World, 79 Will Street.
than 50 years in the Christian ministry. Rev. McDowell: and away with its mixed marriage of Peggy and Guy a criminal offense 'specific news to assist adjustment New York, N. Y. 10005 or Box
his lovely wife, Ruth, will retire and take up permanent resi- in that state. The criminal offense carried with it a to the institutions and 595 Manhattanville, New
dence inMiaml.Dr. 1. prison term. i facilities of total AmericanSfofe York, N. Y. 10027
McDowell answered the call to serve as pastor of the This process of law whereby cases are taken up through the* --- -
Congregational Fellowship June 17, 1959.There were 45 mem- courts in an orderly sequence to strike down oppresive and unjust -
bers. With his inspiring leadership, 75 charter members of laws is the American way of Law and Order. It is a very BeauticiansPresident
the Fellowship declared themselves a duly constituted church very slow and o r d e r 1 y procedure which takes time and pa-
and selected the name, Church Of The Open Door. tience, as you exhaust your remedies. The only other mannerin I
which unjust law be taken off the books is
may by legisla-
He has given unstintingly of himself, serving his congregation -
tive action. If the legislature decides by vote to delete or take Visits MiamiMrs.
and the community. Ten lots for church property and a
away a law from the books it be
can done.
$25,000 goal set for building funds were the beginning of a new
sanctuary dedicated in May 1964. The marriage of Peggy and Guy has been aptly called Cathlean B.Rossof palm Beach Chairman youth
His 50th anniversary in the Christian ministry was observedlast "A, marriage of Enlightment."Not only does it serve this purpose Tampa, State President for beauty; Mrs. Mamie
Feb. 26 by some 300 members. In June one of the finestof but also shows hope for the future.Clearly is established Orange Blossom Cosme- Howard, State organizer, St.
the Allen Organs was dedicated.Dr. the premise there is really but one race of man, the human tologist' Association, Chapter Petersburg; Mrs. Ola Williams -
McDowell cam to Miami after 40 years of successful race. The oneness of this universe is emphasized by this un 123 of the National Beauty Cul- Sarasota, state chair-
missionary work in Angolo, West Africa. Thirteen of those ion. The overall feeling regarding the equality of man.is Illu turist League, Inc. was a re- man shop owners guild Mrs.
years were shared by Mrs. McDowell minated. It illustrates the direction in which the world is mov- cent visitor to the lower East Ada Williams of Miami Unit 49
ing one for all and all for one. 'Coast cosmeticians in Miami on i guild president lower east
The McDowells have worked as a team at the Church Of The Mixed marriages are not strange Americans.Remember hand to greet her at Sunlight coast.
Open Door. During the short period they were here, the membership the story of Pocahontas in 1614, the beautiful Indian maiden Beauty School were State Officers October 22, by special invitation -
of the church has increased from less than 50 to ap- that Captain John Smith fell in love with. All American boys Mesdames FlorenceAll from the Executive Sec
proximately 400 active members,three and a half acres of land and girls read the story in elementary school.Remember she first vice president retary, Mrs. Juanita W.Saun-
acquired, containing three buildings and a beautiful sanctuary married his friend John Rolfe. In that same era, colonial Pompano; Olga Cooper,recording ders to the official opening of
built at a cost of more than $90,000 on the property.Dr. elders became so concerned about the number of marriages secretary IiaJlandale; testing center, Winter

McDowell has been referred to as*Everybody's Pastor," between white indentured women and Negroes that they began Lucille West, Trustee board,' Haven.
because of his concern for p eo p l e.He has visited the sick, writing laws prohibit them These laws, with minor changes, Marion Muldrow State Super- Members desiring the
comforted the bereaved, and rejoiced with those that rejoiced here and there, have remained a part of many state statutes, viser South Atlantic Regionand charted bus to Charlotte, N.C.
regardless of denomInation. He is a giant among the leadersof as I said including Florida. ; Basileus Mu Chapter, for the annual meeting of the
the community Many of our prominent Negroes have taken white mates. The 'Theta Nu Sigma Sorority and South Atlantic Regional of
Mrs. McDowell, has nude a fine contribution to her church noteworthy abolitionist,Frederick Doglas,son of a Negro mo- Mr. D. A.Julius,State adviser NBCL contact Mrs. Marion
and the community. She was the first woman of color to serveon there and a white father, who became the Nation's Minister to 'and administrator state work- Muldrow, state supervisor by
the executive board of the YMCA and the executive board of Haiti in 1889, divorced a Negro and later married a white wo- ;shop of Miami. Mrs. Almetta October 16, scheduled stops In '
the Girl Scouts. As a leader of the Women's Fellowship of the man. Today, we have a number of mixed marriages among suc- ''Scott Historian, Tampa. West Palm Beach-St. Peters
church, she has organized five circles and has worked diligently cessful personalities in show business- Lena Horn, Pearl Bai- Mrs.Agnes Frazier,parade> burg-Tampa and Jacksonville.The .
with them, leu, Paul Roberson, Eartha Kltt, Harry Belafonte and Sammy j marshall, Belle Glade; Mrs. mid-year Executive 1
Davis, Jr. Some of the civil rights activists such as James ]Louise Riley BVCC Miami; Board will meet November 19,
Dr.the and Mrs. McDowell also gave themselves: unreservedly Farmer, chief of CORE and the late Walter White, the NAACP ;Mrs. Bessie Dix Workshop, at the Testing Center Winter
to young people through thePllgrim Fellowship set an longtime leader, alsodecided on white spouses. Massachusetts Tampa; Mr.D.A.Julius ownerof Haven.
example for dilly living which many tried to emulate. Senator Edward Brooke has a lovely Italian wife that he met I' Sunlight Beauty School wel-
The McDowells will spend a while in North Carolina before
comed the
overseas while enlisted in the United States Army.Senator J president and mem-
returning to Miami. Brooke is our first Negro U. S.Senator since re-construction 'bers. Mrs.,Ross is not only the Housing
days. 1 president but a good-will am-
However, the Smith-Rusk marriage marks a new era In race bassador for the organization.To .
Who Reads Advertising? relations. In a year when black and white animosity has reached a capacity crowd, she out- Idea TriedAccording 1
a violent crescendo, two young people and their parents, lined the aims and objectivesof
"Who is the reader of newspaper advertising?" with quiet dignity, took the vows of holy matrimony, with color the organization, plans for to an announce-
This question asked Dr. S. Talbert,chairman of the Journa- being no impediment. The calm acceptance of the marriage the state-owned home, and a ment from Washington,Vicksburg -
lism Department of the University of Mississippi.So shows a tremendous change in the attitude of the American unified membership to Miss., is to be the test-
who is the reader of newspaper advertising? public regarding race relations.Amcrica Is on the brink of complete the plans now In pro- ing ground for a quick and ,
He is the boy looking for a puppy,or someone with a litter of maturity in this respct. gress.She stresses the important cheap way to provide public-
mongrels needing homes. This further shows how.laws change. Sometimes, as here, role the shopowners ;housing for the poor.A .
He is a builder looking for a loan, or a banker looking for an the change is a very slow, gradual erosion of the law. Then a guild in the over. all plan for mobile house manufacturer -
investment.He point is reached where there is a complete overturning or a success in this project. A would do it by stacking
or she is a whole community with unsatisfied wants and striking down of the previously existing law. The dictates of !standing ovation was given i trailer-house-sized units two
needs. our society set the environment for the changes; the courts or her.Mrs. high and In rows, townhouse
"This is not a hypothetical question," Dr.Talbert continues, the legislature initiates the change. Dorothy Brown Cos- style.
and the rest of the article points out: May this couple Peggy and Guy live happily ever after, like metology Instructor and President The residents of the area
He is likely to be more intelligent and.more literate than I In a modern fairy tale amidst all today's chaos black and white of Unit No. 42 presented are Negroes. The attractivebut
people who respond to other advertising.He alike. I the president with a corsage of simple 28 unit apartment
is like to have more money to spend than other people. carnations. A luncheon was complex will replace part of
She- is over 80 per cent of the women about to go grocery [ letters to the Editor Ii I served by Mrs. Brownandop- the rundown shacks in the' vil-
shopping.He erators of Dorothy Beauty ;lage.
is nearly every man considering the purchase of automobiles j Dear Mr. Reeves: ;Salon assisted by Mrs. Doris E a c h two-bedroom unit is
trucks and tractors. Dor set and Bertha Perry of i expected to cost$8,000about
If she is older, she looks for advice on foods, sewing and We extend our uttmost thanks to both you and your newspaperfor t Unit 7.The. half the current average cost
parties.If the weekly articles about our Management Internship Program following appointed to i of public housing nationally.A .
she is a teen-ager, she sets the pace in selecting skirts, I and Trainees. It is our sincerest desire that these articles I the president's building team family of seven or more
slacks and sneakers. j will encourage local Businesses and Industries to utilize were Mrs. Blllie Pitts, Mrs. can have an income no higher
Lewisville Leader vast "Untapped" source of Misused Manpower within the ;Mary Wilson, Mrs.Joyce i than $4,400 to be eligible for
Negro Populous and, by the same effort, provide to many the Alexander, Mrs, Lucille West, rent supplements.
opportunity to explore the full potential of their natural or un- ;Mrs. Eva Britt and Mrs. Alberta The Vicksburg experiment
der developed talents and skills. I Anderson Captains and ;promises broad application
Mrs. Opal Green King has been appointed to the Miami Boardof Often times many good deeds go unnoticed. Therefore, we :Mrs. Clarice Carnegie, i both small and large cities
Barbers and Beauty Culturist-Examiners by City Manager :take time now to admonish this wonderful gesture on the part ]Lieutenant of Miami; Mrs. ;around the country, housing
Melvin Reese. Mrs. King is a well known local beautician and I of both you and your newspaper. Agnes Frazier, captain, Belle .department officials said. In
is credited with being a pioneer in the new permanent hair Sincerely yours, I straightener field. She has perfected and manufactured a popu- Dr. Harold Strauss I lar straightener called Clea-Shea. Employment Program Director i man; Mrs. Gertrude ShIW,W. five high.

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Bettye G. Timmons Jetted to New York City on Sunday to
attend the funeral of her sister, Annie Bostic.. Friends wIsh- .
ing to send cards, letters, telegrams etc. the address Is, 345 ABOUT TOWN- Barbara Prysock, lovely Brooklyn
niece of the famous singer,Arthur Prysock) made:
Convent Avenue Apt. 1-B, New York, New York. lassie, ( her
f hJP debut as an Ebony Fashion Fair model.(Fashion fcebelliou )
AKA's met Saturday at the home of Ws. Samuel (Rose) *
Stewart 1337 NW 96th St. Mrs. George Williams is Basileus. The Ebony Fashion Fair will hit72major J cities. Barbara
Among out-of-town relatives attending the funeral of Jo Willa r models for Teal Traina, Negro designer with shop on seventh
Thompson were Vivian Lewis, Catherine Vaughn, Catherine Ave (Famous Garment Center) Friends of Yette is
Thompson, Brooklym; John R. and Dorothy Scott and Joan Dingo, (Adam Clayton Powell's estranged wife) Arriving at
Childs, Jacksonville; Calvin Culmer, Howard University, Kennedy Airport (Eastern) Sunday at high noon,said that even
Washington, D. C.; Diane Childs,Savannah State College; Oris, K though Yette is making plans to divorce Adam, she's still hop
Mildred and Oristyne, Belle Glade, and Linda Robinson, ing that her marriage works out 0, K. In from San Juan,
Florida Normal, St. Augustine. ft'.. MLNdMM Puerto Rico. (Will build good race relation, with manny votes

In Tampa, Mrs. William(Clarice) Littles will be attending cassius Clay (Muhammad All) undisputed heavyweight
the National Conference In the Region October 10-12.There are champ' and his new bride, the pretty Belinda Boyd, 17, a
29 from the Girl Scout Council of Tropical Florida, Inc. par- handsome couple .. Miami's own, Issac (Ike) Lewis, Public
' ticipating In this event. Former, Governor Leroy Collins was Relation, Managing, production and his "Boy Wonder"James
I the featured speaker for the opening session at 8 p.m. on tues- Dennis McElroy (Hercules), a strong boy, 21. Ike Lewis was
day, October 10th. my band's manager (The Scoop). Rex Stewart died of a
Neighbors, Sadie Johnson and Marie Black are out of North heart attack. One of the Duke Ellington, Trumpet Stars, I re-
Shore Hospital and are convalesing at home. member him best at the Savoy(Lenox Ave.)Ballroom when he

Wilbur, Irene and Maude Ellison motored to Saint Peters- -. led his own Sextet band. (Styled like theAl Cooper Savoy Sultans -
burg last week to bring Irene's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Miss Edna Jones, daughter of Mr. Joe Jones and ) Rex was a credit to Jazz. Died at 60 .. Louis Armstrong .
Love of Waynesvllle, N. C. to Miami fora visit while they en- Mrs. Addie M. Mason of Hallandale, has been awardedan ailing, stomach John Bubbles, dancer of movies,
Joy an extended motor tour of the Northeast and Expo 67. $800 Liberal Arts Scholarship. Miss Jones Is a seniorat stage, and TV at Hospital(Roosevelt)with stroke. Chris
Thiel College of Greenville, Pa. has named Marlene Jack- education Calloway, (Cab Calloway lU'girl, Blanche's niece) career skyrocketing
son its homecoming queen. She Is the first Negro so honoredIn Howard University. She is an elementary Stokely Carmichael still alive ?? ? Where is he?
the school's 101-year history. ___ major./ She was a 1962 graduate of Miami Northwestern They're the questions asked around town. Rap Brown out

Mrs. Olive Alexander, vice-chairnun of Senior High School.. on ball, back before the courts. (Some say, "for incitinga
the Banal Assembly of Miami, attended an riot,' some say, "for exciting riots.")

Intercontinental conference on the Baha'I 1fd"fMltdf h _..__ _
faith In Chicago.The .
conference commemorated Baha'if-
llah's proclamation of the kings and relig- (elf frM

ious leaders of 100 years ago.In 4prn'r
commemoration r\t tha 14th.... annlvar-
sary of St. James AME Church, 1845 NW ALEXANDER65th d-OCIJ ,
Street, the choir will present two special musical pro-
grams. The first will take place at the church at 8:30: p.m. Fri- tom'YME
day and the second at 3:30 p.m. Oct 15. .
And now they are three. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Christian joy of rendering service to others was vividly displayedby
(Cynthia) are the parents of a baby girl, Bridget Montrea, born members of Senior Girl Scout Troop 857 as they kicked off,
October 2, at Christian Hospital. their clothing drive by bringing bags of clothes be mended,
Get well wishes to Vable Minus who's nursing duties are ably ironed, and sorted before distribution to centers InHeadstart
performed by her sister, Ethel G rice; Thelma McDonald who is programs, local schools, other agencies, and needed indivi-
undergoing therapy at Jackson; Irma Skiles who was confinedin duals.
palm Springs Hospital, but is now convalescing at home, Members of the 'community are asked to contribute to the
(14261 NW 23rd Ct.) Miss Ceta Skiles her daughter of Wash- drive which began October 7th and ends October 31 by con-
ington, D. C., is visiting at her bedside. tacting one of the following: Patrol leaders, Juanita Hill 238-
After a three weeks vacation in the Bahamas, Mrs. VirginiaGrant 7590; Josephine Dukes 235-4026; Hattie Coley 235-1174; Pa-
is busy watching over her new great grandchild. In Nas- tronia Thompson, Perrine 235-4173; Barbara Hankerson,Advisor

sau, she was the guest of Mrs.Agnes Diggis and Cleo Harris. 235-0649; Mrs. Miriam Pratt, Advisor 235-2640. . SUP..EMlt1! _
Second Baptist Church extends an Invitation to all members
when the
was a complete surprise, em
of Little Super Market gave their and friends to attend its Second Annual Banquet on November AROUND THE SOUTH NEW JERSEY TOWNS.-Diana Ross
Oscar Weaver, Jr. a birthday party 17, at the Everglades Hotel. and the S u r p r e m e s big record breaking concert at Atlantic
September 29, at his 19th Avenue The speaker will be the Mayor of Miami, Steve Clark. May City's Steel pier on the Broad Walk was a smash. The Sur-
Jj Phyllis Wright, John Ross Jr., Big. we o'clock.fellowship! with you on this occasion which will begin at 8 premes broke in a new member, (Replacement for Florence
Gordon and Eugene B. Weaver were Ballard, who recently quit the famous group) Cindy Birdsong.
thoughtful employees. It's lawn of the month time again. Judging will be done on Cindy was one of the original "Pattie and the Blue Bells," she
tt r Jetting,from coast tocoastLosAn- .the third Sunday In October selections will be made in three hails from Camden, N. J. and have worked the N. Y. Apollo
WEAVER geles to Miami)tovisit Rev.and Mrs. Ernest areas. So please make sure you keep up your lawn. You may theatre This I must say; that "Pattie LaBelle and the

Talmadge; Martha found out that Rev.Talmadge had a speaking be a winner. Bluebells "are so great In their peformance, that one would
The members ofSecondBaptistChurch wish to thank all who wonder If switching to the Surpremes as a replacement is
engagement in Nassau for Sunday, October 8, at Mt. Calvary
Baptist Church. So Martha added a little more mileage to her participated in making their Second Annual Choir Anniversarya worth giving up an original'. Bluebell's title So now the

trip by Jetting to Nassau for the weekend. success. "Surpremes" are Diane Ross, Leader, with Mary Wilsonand
Cindy Birdsong. Berry Gordy Jr.the biggest single boss of the
Here on business, Mr. Benjamin Lewis, Regional Directorof
National Urban League of Atlanta, took tme out to visit his Well, Clubs, why not do something practical about it? There record industry. There Is a saying,what Gordy wants, Gordy
niece and her husband Mildred and John Marks at their are many ways to plot club meeting strategy for "Operation gets." Gordy controls Motown records and productions plus
Brownsville home. Playroom" "Some clubs may wish to organize a sort of their own Motown sound. A Detroit billion dollar empire. .
scavenger hunt (having previously checked the availability aid Trenton two "Sam and Dave" (I'm a Soul Man) fans, pretty
Members of the Friendship Garden Club location of each item). Perhaps you may decide to ask mem- teens Joan Howell, 15, of 76 Pennington Ave. and Beatrice
were guests of their president, Mrs.Edward bers to bring the items to a "paint-up, fix-up- wear your Shelton, 14, Ward Ave.,'Trenton, N.J. The little foxes. .
Wake at their fall meeting on Saturday.Projects smock and blue Jeans." Suggest programs to which husbands Chris Bethel Jr. and Betty Lavender Jackson quite an item,
were outlined for the year. "; } can be Invited and urge them attend.The in genuity and en- they send love and regards to Evelyn Williams of 2112 NW 68
On Saturday, Mrs. W.A. Patterson, II will thusiasm of women is one thing, but the practical know-how Ter., Miami.
be hostess to members of the MRS Club Mrs. .. which men have with a brush saw or hammer will prove to be
Samuel Harrison is president.It's r most helpful, fun for all, and produce worthwhile results.

a date: Episcopal Churchwomen of the United Nations Day, October 24, is committed to a reaffirmation -
it's a date: Enlscopal Churchwomen of the of the principles of the world organization. It is a day
Incarnation invite you and your friends to WAK> for individuals, through community programs,to voice the best
their Eleventh Annual All States' Tea and Fashion Show, 4 hopes of nations for peace, faith in fundamental human rights,
p.m., Sunday, October 15, at PBA Hall 4343 NW 17th Avenue. in the dignity and worth of the human person, equal rights for
Mrs.JamesVenndaRei) Gibson and daughter Natallfa St. men and women and nations large and small and their pledge
Petersburg are visiting her parents,Davis W.(prOf.)and Mill- "to promote social progress and better standards ofllfe in
cent Wilson. larger freedom."
Congratulations to Sen. Doris Johnson of the Bahamas, the Sources for special discussion, film, lecture, exhibit and
only woman legislator in the Bahamian government on her ap- fund-raising programs, for all types organizatins are provided

pointment to the teaching staff of Florida Memorial College.Sen. bv the United Nations Association in a UN--. Dav -Kit.--..
Johnson has a Ph. D. from Columbia. r
Easter Maycock Jetted to Chicago last weekend, then on to
Omaha, Nebraska to attend the wedding of Barbara Williams, EXOTIC FASHIONS BEAUTY
her daughter, Janice Maycock served as maid of honor.. SALON .
Expert Hair and Wig Styling by MISS EFFIE
day Schoolroom is lacking in playroom equipment.)The facilities Formerly with Cotter's Beauty Celebrity Lounge TEEN TALK AND SOUL M'JSIC SURVEY.-Notary Public,

for children's play at your local hospital are in- WIGLETS WIGS FALLS Howard H. Rollins of 736 NW 42nd St., Miami, heading north
adequate.If Oct. 16, which may take him as far as Montral Canada, Expo
any of the two "perhaps" are true, a hunt for hidden ALL 100% HUMAN HAIRIntroductory '67. .- Mr. Rollins will stop overin Baltimore, Washingtonand

treasure which we call "Operation Playroom" .- may be a WIGS.95AUod Offer New York. Aretha Franklin's "Respect dedicated to,
worthwhile project for your club or neighborhood group. FREE MANICURE Dr. and Mrs. Cecil Grimes Jr. of Orlanda Florida on their
just stop and think fora moment of the many playroom items With shampoo & $3.50 first Anniversary. She's daughter of the T. M. Roses. (Talla-
stored away in your storeroom. That old crib which needs a INSTANT CREDIT Relaxer press hassee) Boy 0' girl. .JackieWilson's "Higher and Higher"to
Shampoo & Set $15 &
fresh coat of paint, the doll carriage which needs a new front TERMS up lovely Bennye Langley,that Bethune-Cookman College co-ed
wheel, the broken play pen, the child's rocker, the old toy- For Beauty Solon Appointment Otis Redding Carla Thomas' "Knockon Wood" dedicatedto
chest, the doll house and the tricycle that needs repair. U you or to see our wigs at home CALL 6044l Coconut Grove's Alnora Rolle(Cousin of the late Roy Rolle,
really put your mind to it and take a trip to the storeroom you The Saxophonist.) "My Respect and Sympathy." Mildred
15980 27th
may find all sorts of toys, and when you multiply your "finds' Porter dedicates A Woman's Hand" (Joe Tex) to Charles
by the number of club members, why, there's enough equip- OPEN TUES.-THUR. 10 A.M.-7 P.M. Carson, Miami Wilson Pickett's Funky Broadway to
ment to keep a whole batch of youngsters busy and happy for FRI. 10-8-SAT. 10-6 Ronald Christian This is Jimmie (Scoop)Bethel saying, Tine
many hours. CLOSED MONDAYS! and Tide waits for no man. C-U-NX-WK SO LONG.

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a quiet ceremony attended The bride was given away by
Wedding Anniversary by the bride's Immediate. her father, Phillip Peterson,
family, Miss Phyllis Peterson. while Glenda, a sister, acted
Mr. and Mrs.ObadiahGilley They are also the grandparents and Arthur Mack were Joinedin : as maid of honor.
and their two children, Nancy of twenty-eight grandchildren Holy Matrimony on last Saturday .
and Theodore, of 1830 NW 51st all of whom will be morning at 10 o'clockby At 6 p.m. that day a sump
Terrace Miami, are awaitingMr. present at the Anniversary the Rev F. E, Sneed at St. tuous reception was held at the
Gilley's parents, Mr. and Party James AME Church. commodious home of the
Mrs. Rubin Gilley, of Monti- .bride's parents on 40th St. A
cello, Florida large crowd was onband to BY STANLEY "SWEETS"LINEOTYPE S.ft 11M.
BAPTIST WOMEN TO MEET FRIDAYeach wish the couple success and

The elder Gilleys arrived on AU members of the Baptist month, and not the Friday. happiness.
the 5th of October to celebrate Women's Council are requested before Sunday or fourth Sun- The couple left Thursday for THE LITTLE RED BOOK: From this column of May 19 .
their 50th anniversary at a to meet Friday evening,Oc- day All members are re- Savannah, Ga., the groom's 1967: Rumor persists that Church of the Open Door pastor
dinner party for SOguests tober 13, 8 o'clock,at Mt.Oli quested to pay uptheir Indebtedness home... where they will reside. Rev. Henry C. McDowell is headed for re- -
given by their son and daugh vette Baptist Church, Rev. as the membership tirement. From a printed program to be
ter-in-law, October 7. I. C. Mlcklns, pastor. The roll will be cleared. NOTICE distributed Oct. 15, 1967: Dr Henry Curtis!
meeting will begin promptlyat McDowell(1959-1967) to retire Sunday during -
The host, Obadiah Gilley, 8, and Mrs. I. C. Mlcklns, MARRIEDADtionette The Truth Of Life And Light "McDowell Day" services at Church of
has been employed by Barry first vice president, will pre- Verdell, daughter Spiritualist Church and Association -the Open Door. Rev. Harold Long Is
College for 16 yearsas side.Plans of Mr. and Mrs. EdgrettTynes of the, U. S. A.Inc will scheduled to replace him Author James
celebrate their 25th Annual
Grounds Supervisor on Land- for Open House will to AZC Richard Edwin!I Baldwin, on the mend from hospital surgery,
scaping. be made when an interesting Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Convention, beginning October penning Broadway show about the late Mal,
program will be rendered. Theodore Miller on Saturday,' 15-22nd at the St. James Baptist colm X...Singer Billy Daniels and the mis-
Ella and Rubin Gluey were Because of the error madein October 7, at theChurchottheTransfiguration. I Church, 4875 NW2ndAve. sus celebrating 13th wedding anniversary.'l
married June 20,1918, and announcing the date of the There will be three sessions
each day. 10 a.m. 2 and NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Sale and consumption of beer allowed -
raised a family of ten on their meeting, the actual tIn is the The couple will honeymoorand I p.m.,
200 acre farm !in Monticello. second and fourth Friday in reside inHonolulu 8 p.m The public is welcome. on campus of Wheeling College, West Virginia and Is the
only college in the state doing so The Lawrence Bert
(Claudia Jenkins) Coopers celebrated their 28th wedding anniversary

Tuesday(Oct. 10) Congrats .Atlas, Greater MI-
ami and Liberty Lodges of Elks with their auxiliary Templesheld
:;' their annual fraternal memorial services down in Homestead -
f,1nl:' at St Paul Methodist last Sunday. Mrs Cleveland
(Addle) Sampson to her hometown in Georgia.

SALT WATER TAFFY: Sympathetic salutes toThelmaGai-
tor-Freeman-Harris, Bettye Jayne Galtor-Timmons, Mrs.
Stanley(Pauline) Newbold and family upon the sudden death of
their sister and niece Annie Mae Bostic,who suffered a heart
attack in her Harlem, N.Y.apartment last Saturday. Ironically -
!' the deceased Miamian was stricken Just prior to leaving for
PtM, :<"' 4:2!' :rttM the traditional "wake' ceremonies of her friend's grandmother
,,y. ..,, "'% '
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i'q. '"Q<>i' iI"
;!A !'i(' "' who had passed previously. Mrs.Bostic's body(youthful -
mother of former Northwestern High "queen" Patsy Bos
tic) will be shipped home to Miami for Interment Saturday.THE .

WEEK'S WASH: Phyllis Peterson and Arthur Mack decided -
..s1kL that two can live as cheaply as one so they were merg-
> ed last Saturday ayera at ten o'clock.And no one is more proudof

that fact than Claudia Cooper,Phyllis'Godmother. Wild
k: 5o.l.wi
R Man Steve at The Barn on 79th Street causeway with his BasinSt

Revue Is N. A.Colston, the medic, the new landlord of
that block-long apartment-store complex along 15th Avenue
II I I ? ? ? Now they tell me It's Charley Hadley who's seeking a
k o&te4 AOedw: wavrM .ter
political seat.

Browns of Opa-locka cuddling< a Pink Bundle, born October 5
And little Marcus Williams enjoyed his 7th birthday on
I d R } that same date .Sena sympathy cards to the Harry(Cecile)
%' -'r" McCartneys family UQAI the death of retired Douglas elemen-
INI M/Y. tary schoolmarm niAdams... Mrs.Eugene (Bertha) Dun-
I. / ;
.r combe, we hear, will soon divorce her Methodist affiliation
(long-time member of Ebenezer) to woo the affections of an
Episcopal confirmation class at Transfiguration on October
...an.,,.... 44 v 9
AND SUCH: Delojus Washington(who formerly
taught in Jacksonville been added to Dunbar elementary
faculty roster as reading teacher...Edward Patrick Barbaryand
.. ,.... the late Wilhelmina Barbary's oldest daughter Barbara
Sands' courtship terminated with her merger to suitor Henry
diK ro Peacock of Palatka last Saturday sundown. Barmaid Luci

Mackey transferred her talents from Dixie Bar to another pub
across from Seaboard Airlines RT New Yorkers Arthur
de la Pena and Martha Wilson vacationing from Merry Man-
: hattan while houseguesting with sister and bro-lnlaw the
Stanley Sweetings.
Na" kYY SWEETS TREATS: Remember this crop? Ronald Coleman,

Erroll Flynn, Tyrone Power, John Garfield, Sidney Green-
street; Peter Lorre, Paul Muni, Marilyn Monroe,Jane Mans-
4d field, Vivien Leigh, Clark Gable, John Barrymore,Lionel
4' Barrymore, James Dean, Lupe Velez, AlanLaddRobertWalker
Merle Oberon, Jean Harlow, Carole Lombard,James
Mason, Jeff Chandler, Gracie Allen,Brian Donlevy,Walt Disney -
Gary Cooper, Spencer Tracy,GeorgeArliss,Leslie How-
People who enjoy surprises ard, Walter Huston, Charles Laughton, James Dunn All
gone, but not forgotten.

with MIAMI MUSINGS: And what about this early vintage?Do you
.go GreyhoundGreyhound remember this crop? Chalmers, Graham-Paige, Overland,
Stutz, Oakland, Maxwell, Pierce-Arrow, Peerless,Hupmo-

is filled with wonderful sur- go. No wonder Greyhound carries more bile, Franklin, Stanley Steamer, Deusenberg, Rio, Mormon,
Star Essex Dort Chandler Saxon Moon,Studebaker,Roose-
prises. The surprise of seeing scenery people than anybody else. If you like velt, Cord, Gardner; Kaiser, Locomobile, Apperson, Owens,

you could never see as well by any other pleasant surprises, go with Greyhound.travel Regal, LaSalle, DeSoto, Auburn, Durant, Mitchell, Crosby,
way. The surprise of riding ribbons Nobody ha*lower fares than Greyhound. For example' : White Steamer, Holmes, Cole, Jordan, Brush, Tucker,
direct one WAY ONE WAV Supreme, Hudson,Packard,Terraplane,Edsel,Flint, Frailer,
of f smooth highways -
new super New York $40.40 Detroit $44.75 Willis-Knight, KIssell, Whippet, Ford-son Tractor All
to your destination. Many people PhiladelphiaBaltimore $36.55 Birmingham 23.20 gone, but some forgotten.CONFIDENTIALLY .
first tried Greyhound just to save money. $32.35 Atlanta $20.60

Then discovered it's also a surprisingly ,. YOURS: Benjamin j Taylor and his
Save 10% .t each wy with a round-trip ticket
month-old bride FP&L cashier) motored uptoChica-
convenient to GREYHOUND TERMINAL 275 N. E. lit Street Ph: 3730492Or Audrey( .
friendly, easy-going, way
go in time to offer Congrats tobrother Billy and family, who'reshoving
Call Your Greyhound Agent. off for Los Angeles and permanent residence. The
Edward (Gat) MaWS(Liable) are now grandparents.Their
beautiful daughter Veronica gifted them with a 71b lloz baby

boy Rose Marie Strachan and hubby "Jabbo' McKInsey
w1I )! are cuddling on lllb 4 oz Blue Bundle of Joy Mrs. Minnie
Teasley hosted Mrs Henrietta Sweeting In her home last

sill.,,,,, 6NyNma ,,,., Thursday ,. But Cyril D. Roberts Sr of Youngstown, Ohio>>
.p ended his cross-country hop with his Miami visit from Los
Angeles as houseguest of his mother Mrs Henrietta Sweetingand
1 1 1 1 niece Anna-Grace Sweeting That's it brother, from
your one-man-newspaper, who knows everybody and every-
body's racket, but who is allways giving some poor sucker a

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 13, 1967 9

I Volunteers To Be Cited On WICS Day j

I Miami volunteers in the of theCo-ordinatingCouncilof istration and name tags. Mrs. to know the girls and their
work of Women in Com.tuinlty Miami! WICS The Council Is Bernard Pennington,president families .
O l Service will be honored Mon- composed of the presidents of of the N C N W-So Is co- A first hand report of her
., lea day, October: 16, at WICS Day the local affiliations of the Na- chairman of registration.An life at a Job Corps Center will
O ceremonies to.be held at 10 tional Councils of Negro,Jew- informal discussion by a be given by a recent Job Corps
i '< a.m.. In the Miyfair Art Theatre .ish and Catholic Women Unit panel of volunteer directors..jraduate. What she expects Inner
A 11 ." :,, i; 1 1605 Biscayne Blvd. ed, who combine their efforts will be keyed to the challeng outlook for tomorrow Is the
w! BY MAMIE BONDUt :' to help disadvantaged girls ing experience of working to* .; heart of WICS effort today, to
; Coffee and refreshments .through WICS gether with women of differ'eat make a better life for the disadvantaged -
-: --,,-\i- [will precede the program at backgrounds and their un- girls they reach in
930 a.m Mrs William I. Brenner, usual opportunities In getting this comm'mlty.JohnBegg.
I hear tell that soma folks got the Impression that Dive was The theme of WICS Day this Certificates Appreciation
Implying that gossips ware talking about me and my hopes for year is "Today MikesTo-: the volunteer workers pres-
a new job. Now, y'all know better than that! My folks, in Mia- morrow." It highlights the ent, and will report to the
mi, couldn't possibly think he was talking about mt. In the first need for more opportunitiesnow community on the year's
place, he said that the rumor was about the parties using dope, for young girls to prepare achievements.
running with queers,etc.Now if Pepsi-Cola is dope and worn.in fo a full life with new hope and
having a lot of friends that are men is queer, then that's me. positive direction. Mrs. Stanley Myers, mom-
Como on y'all, I love you, too. That article was written about ber of the National Board of
certain folks downtown who were be Ing blasted because somebody Mrs. Raymond A. Nlhill, WICS, will bring greetings
wants to see them lose their lob. .. alone with their WICS National Staff Represen- from the National organization. -
friends huff said ? ? ? Just be nice to each other, and help tative in the Field, is chair- /
the other fellow get where he is trying to go, and you will get man of the day.

someplace too. Mrs. Stephen p. Clark,wife Mrs. Dorothy W Graham,
of the mayor, will be honor- pres ident of the National
Our little bundle of dynamite has done it again! First our ary chairman and will present Council of Negro Women-
Commissioner has a plan (already started) for putting wastebaskets awards to the six presidents North, will be In charge of reg-
on the posts around our areas. We.are hoping that all
of you will use them, and help keep our areas clean. We not-
ed in the big, progressive city of Atlanta that there was trash
all over the streets, and it really brought horn* to us that fact
that Miami is a beautiful, clean city. Let's all help to keep it f ,rvr rHwet,
that way by using these baskets that Mrs.Range has seen to it i.
that we have. Remember, every litter bit hurts. One piece of
paper by each person,could make this a horrible place to live.
Do your part. .In another move, our City Commissioner said '
"I am waving the red flag at the type of operation we've had P
up to now" when she challenged Metro Urban Renewal
Agency regarding it's program for housing the Negroes who .
have been displaced in this slum clearance affair. She said, -. .-. J'; U'II .
"several I months have passed, and there have been lots of Pictured above ore finalists In last year's # '.';'::I ;'
meetings bu t so far no housing has gone in.'' This has been Masquerade Ball. '
going on for three years now,and although HUD spokesman say / Winner was the blonde, third from the right '1 : f1 i9 "
that the program is ahead of schedule we only know that there ..! ; .1"\\ (; '
have been :
over 1,000 persons displaced by this clearance, and
housing is at a premium. More than $22 million dollars has Present Their : : lllu_. 1 .-;
already been approved for the Central Negro District,and time 8th ANNUALMASQUERADE L ..,."" w. "W' 'ltID SCOTCH: WUl t'Y e*
has long since passed for a start on the construction of this s
housing. We agree with Mrs. Range 100%that there is a lot of BALL
"foot lagging" going on:in this mater, and congratulate her on and SHOW
her stand. While we are giving out bouquets, w! should mention Produced by was here l lCan
Mrs. Elizabeth Virrlck who is the Vice President of the DALLAS CETTE ROSETTE
Dade County Conference on Civic Affairs. She has done much
in helping the plight of the Coconut Grove area, and is pushingfor Halloween-Night
Tuesday, October 31, 1967 a Scotch actually taste good?Ask the bom-and- ,
an urban renewal project down three Our hat is off to Mrs.
Virrlck for her stand, also. 9 P. M, Until? bred Scotch drinkers. They've been smacking their
lips over John Begg for'years. Suddenly this grand

PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Agnes Rouse Sit pt6 Zee 'Ceat old name is on the tip of everybody's tongue."Take a 1
peg o'Begg. It's a wee bit better than the best,"say
ADVANCE $2.00 AT DOOR $2.50
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Thedford Johnson, Jr the poetic Scots of their treasured John Begg,whose
Tickets on sale at Cette Rosette, 6131 NW 7th Ave. taste is gentle,and whose once is light.INS .
VIP OF THE WEEK: Sam Moncur and the Sir John Hotel. ILCNDCIIMTCK KHIUIH-U flOOf.i Mrtmi. IT MUSS II.UtOIMIIS,we I

If you have moved since you last registered to vote, you must
re-register, you know. And if you have never registered to
vote, how do you think we will be able to keep Mrs. Range ana
our other City Commissioners in office, along with our good
Mayor Steve Clark ? ? ? you must register and vote in orderto ,
be a good citizen. Please do so now. If you do not have LINDSLE LUMBER
transportation to register, you can call Range Headquarters
693-0441, any day before 5:00 and they will take you. You must |I BUY NOW PAY LATER -NO MON EY DOWN-=--N OUR BUDGET PLANIJ!t tK
re-register or register for the first time on or before Octo-
ber 21st. That gives you one week,so get on the ball, and call.

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Our Mayor wasn't kidding
12i .-PAGE "MANAGER'S" SALEIpodeett !
when he said that there would be extra policemen on duty in
all areas of Dade County We were coming out of the movies
downtown the other night, and "hippie' looking guy had just !
arrested two young men that he had been following for several _
blocks. You don't know who Is who,and thank goodness for the
extra protection we have these days. We really need it. .
Somebody wants to know If Clyde Killens will put on a dress
for his big Hurricane Boys affair on October 31st. We think i REED SCREEN FENCING CHLORDANE DUST
he is chicken, but after all.it is Halloween, and he just might
nest, Whl" D'.. I fT. HICHtl
fool us. We know Dallas, who is the producer of the show, has s +
n. lOLL
something fantastic to show. Wouldn't miss it for anything, IUMOUII' reuMLees + 10% MIX 4.Lfl.1lAGREG.99c
would you? Jackie Torres, Brownsville EOPI Counselor, rule root ,
is Indisposed with bronchial pneumonia.We hope she recovers r,..,.. 998e..I..II' .
rapidly, and know that she will welcome "company' any time wlII h..I1.. $12.9' MIPS tHEM 64C11M/ !
. Housing specialist,John Gully,resigned from the Browas- You'll have more privacy. AWAY! KILLS POACHES
ville EOPI office,and is now with Burney Dyer in their Liberty You'll create the serenity ol a
City Organization. Mrs. Lucille Glass is in the position vacated tropical setting when you Install Kills ants, army worms, beetles, '- /
by Mr.Gully..Jeff Adams goes Into the Thunderbird motel lawn this or patio.reed fencing in your grubs just sprinkle onto areas.
on the beach on October 27th for an unlimited engagement
. ThIS rumor that if you are "put out" of your house, you .
will be placed in public housing is just not so. You must pay 'asqgSBgy'Sag
your rent, regardless of where you live(public housing or not), :
and the folks at public housing don't want you If you don't pay ( &flrI'1Pl:
rent where you are. If you are evicted,the EOPI will help you
find another place to live, but there is no promise or hope of \ ( 4-IIiCH PAINT BROS.hPut .
public housing ..Par& BlrdleClub Semi-Annual tournament ; ,
winner was Dave Bondu in the first place in "A" Division and Types wytie' bristles II
Al Mitchell In First place In the "B" Division. Clyde Young flatted and tipped.
and Margaret Brown took second and third in the "B" Divi- WITH
sion, and James Everett and Frank Rivers won second and REG. $2.19
third place honors in the "A' group. Congratsto all the winners -

..(If Ihadn't mentioned that Dave won, I would have had L.E.R. ;.p'LINDSLE
to move) Mrs. Clinton Green wishes her "babe" a happy
first anniversary. (That is Peggy Green of the EOPI.) Thatis
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Gasoline Repairman And Short Order ;

I Cooks To Be Trained

Secretary of Labor W Wil- and Education agencies. funds. $40,474 represents a D
lard Wlrtz and Sec. of HEW The project will provide 25 training allowances to be paidto L
John W. Gardner have Jointly unemployed( workers with.- trainees and $23,575 rep-
approved the Manpower D3- training. as Gasoline Engine resents total training costs.
velopment and Training Act Repairman for a period of 38 Training will be conducted at d
project known as R 8020.This weeks. This project as ap- Manpower Training Cen-
l project was developed aid submitted proved will cost a total of$64,- ter, Miami; Dade County. l
( for approval by the 049; the Federal Government Also approved at the same ,
Florida Employment Security will provide $61,691 of these time was a project that will
, provide 40 unemployed work- WreThe
, ers with training as short order -

cooks.The course will last
l't''f''' TM IjZ'1lZl."t": '"." ,
.."'11f1' : COUPON; ... 22 weeks.
;(r:' VALUABL E ""
'. This project as approved
I' '
t/ S.*. will cost a total$59,497;the

'.... :' We Carry a Complete Line of .....", Federal Government will pro- .
vide $57,245 of these funds. -.1. '--J/J/ D ,la "'JI

::- 8 Track Cartridge -:;' allowances$36,980 represents to be paidtotrainees training- Reuben Roberts bridal party is pictured at the wedding reception held at
and$22,517representsto- home of* Mr. Gilbert Styles on Sunday, September 24. Mrs. Roberts Is the former Lois
tal training costs. Trainingwill Crutchfield of Swainsboro, Go. Mr. Roberts Is a taxi driver Freeport, Grand Bahamas
.;, Tapes be conducted atMDTA where the couple Ismaking their home. Shown left ro right are Mr. Elijah// / Bowe of

I Center Miami, Dade County. Freeport, Mr. and Mrs. Roberts, Alberta Wright, sister of the bride, and Mary Home.
l' House of Photography photo.Nassau .


: DECATHLONZethel To Get New 240

( YOUR FAVORITE ARTISTS Surrency will be I
crowned Miss Decathlon

,. 1967-68, Sunday, October 22, Room HotelNassau
j; VISIT at Bayfront Park, Gulfstreamroom
.."" :' 7-11 p.m. Bahamas Con- $500,000.Mr. is proof that the traveling public -
TAPE CITY ; Miss Surrency is a popular struction is scheduled to start Pindling said, "It is also has confidence in us."
barmaid at the 54th St. lounge Immediately o n a multimil- gratifying to me, as Premier, Flagler'System, Inc., which
.. 559 NE 81 St. She was sponsored by club lion-dollar, 13-story hotel on that Flagler is making a large will operate the hotel,is a cor-
(Biscayne Shopping Plaza) member Edward Rhodes. Her paradise Island, according to financial commitment in this porate descendent of Florida
prize trip to San Juan Puerto Lawrence Lewis, Jr., presi- new project. The company is pioneer Henry M. Flagler who
..q BRING THIS COUPON AND Rico. dent of Flagler System, inc., demonstrating confidence, I operated the Royal Victoria
GET A 10% Second place winner is Miss following a meeting with Pre- feel, not only in the Bahamas Hotel and the original British
I.: DISCOUNT ON YOURPURCHASE ; Est II l a Brown. She will receive mier Lynden 0 Pindllng. but in the new Governi/ent Colonial Hotel in the early
a tour to Nassau, Ba- The hotel Is to be built on which has been in office since 1900's. The P t 0 SteamshipCo.
1 Lw hamas Finishing third is Miss harbor front property, east of last January. ., founded by Flagler in 1900
: -- Rosa Lee Darby. Her rewardis Hurricane Hole, and will have "Other new projects have and now owned by a subsidiary,
:., ; L U titIEQ COU F-O N \),\;: a night club tour of Miami 240 guest rooirs. When in full made it clear that many has operated tour 1st cruise
Beach. operation, it will employ approximately foreign investors share this ships from Florida to Nassau
200 persons withan confidence, and our succes- for man y years. Currently in
annual payroll exceeding sion of new records in tour ism service is the S. S. Miami.

E. M. LOEW'S Mr. Lewis said that the
hotel's spacious ground floor
MIAMI FIRST-I LIB-CITY will include a luxurious lobby,

FIRST IMAM, dining room and terrace,coffee -
,DRIVE IN THEATRE DRIVE SHOWING shop, cocktail lounge and
*HITHEATRM SHOWING terrace, and complete conven-
8100 NW 7th Ave 693-4211 BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:30"THEY'RE tion facilities.Hedescribedas"fantastic"

a poolside bar
which will have seats submerged -
UfcED-UF* CARS AND six inches below the

FROM PHILADELPHIA..MAYBE A MEDAL..MAYBE A MURDER!' BARNYARD BABES! I world.others are known to exist in the

Filmed On Location In Moonshine Country!
Harry R. Gonzalez, Flag-
cOn ler's executive vice
-* president,
the track they drove .
L4. i
has worked closely with Lewison
u like Greeted Llghtnln the project j since the acquisition -
but on the highway ; ? of the land. Con-
it was white hghtnin' a struction will be a Joint ven-
P i ture between the Auchter
+ Company, Jacksonville
.,. Cavalier Construction Co.,
Pnsretw Ltd. of Nassau. Architect is
Richard C.Reilly of Ft.Laud-
The hotel will have a Quality
Motel franchise which will linkit
through a computerized
reservation service, to more
than 500 hotels and motels
throughout the United States.
\" i

The Ministers-Laymen
.- Voter Registration Committeeof

fu6y wanted a bang-up wedding Dade County, proudly pre-
sents Its Annual Candidate
[so her pappy used his shotgun. Banquet Thursday night October -
19, at 8:15 in Johnson
"CIRCI OFuove" Hall of Saint John Baptist
: Church, 1328 NW 3rd Avenue.
f with Come out, have a grand time
JANE FONDAas and meet your favorite candi-
J the 'Wife' date. The public is invited.
s jr EASTMANCOIOR "NAUGHTY AND SAUCY'' Rev. Thedford Johnson, is

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memory of our dear mo- Arm issie Gross, 222

I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS ther, NW 14th Terr died Oct. 3.She

Is survived by her husband,

MATTIE EDWARDS LEE Ernest; two sons, Bobby and

Earnest; two daughters,

I CARD OF THANKSWe CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe who passed from this life Oct. Dorothy and Mir Ie;seven sis 12
ters; seven brothers

the family of the late family of the late family of the lateDEACON Sweet 15,1966.are the memories that grandchildren. Funeral ser-

---- never fade, vices ware conducted Monday

MILDRED G.ROLLE Of one we loved but could not from Mt. Carnu'l Baptist.

save. Horace Thorn, 342 NW 20

wish to express their sincere Sleep on, take your rest. St., died Oct 5.Among his survivors -

thanks for the comforting expression : Priscilla Chambliss, daughter are wife,daughters

of sympathy shown Mrs. Annie Mae Bostick of three sons. Funeral sevices

them by the Alpha Chi Pi .. New York City, (former Mia- Thursday 3.00p.m.: in the

Omega Sorority with which the mlan) passed away suddenly, THANKS Chapel.
October 7. She is survived CARD OF
late Mrs. Rolle was affiliated, Mrs. Eva Manker, 3677

.. J" .,;, by friends, neighbors and her husband, Albert I ; one We, the family of the late Fro Avenue, Apt. 2 Coco-
: acquaintances.Your ,/ daughter, Patsy; two sisters,
.: ",, \ nut Grove, died Oct. Among
thoughtfulness is I : ? Thelma Hans and Betty Tim- WILLIAMS JR. survivors daughter -
"lJJ. 1 ., EUGENE her are one
i' deeply appreciated andwillal- .t.l '. mons; two grandchildren; one Ms. Florence Corbett;
'j ,
J ht niece and host aunts
... (J; ways be gratefully remembered : I.- .Z>1'."f .I.:"- ..- -,,,a a--- ...- a acknowledge and thank you for four grandchildren; nine great
uncles and cousins Funeral
SIMPSON kind expresslonsof grandchildren. Funeral ser-
AMANDA SCOTT C. W. services will be conducted, your
vices Saturday 2:00 p.m. Mt.
Saturday October 14 at 12:00
wish to thank everyone for IN MEMORIAMIn wish to thank all the neighborsand p.m. in Mount Hermon AME Olive Baptist Church So. Miami -

their wonderful cards andJlowers friends for acts of sym Mrs. Eugene Williams .
Church, Rev. S. Gay, pastor.
and your comforting loving memory of the late pathy during bereavement. Joan Garner, 2501 NW 156

expressions of sympathy.You Special thanks to the Rev. RICHARDSONEphiream St., died Oct. 10. Among her

will always be gratefully fl 0. L. Nickerson and membersof THANKS survivors are, parents, Mr.
remembered.The Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist at
Kelly residing and Mrs. Joseph Garner; four

Church. WU the family of the late 3020 NW 212 St., died SundayOct. sisters; three brothers; thee

family 8, at his residence. He Is aunts, Midimcs Harvery,

Mrs. Evelyn Simpson, wife MR. JOHN HENRYMCCONNELL survived by a wife Vivian;two Lizzie M., Louise Jones; three

wc ry JR. daughters, Martha and Mrs. uncles, David and J. D. and
IN Richardson one son
6 I CARD OF THANKSThe Myrtle ; Michael Kaigler. Arrangements -

In loving memory of my mother gratefully acknowledge your George Skirvin; one sister, are incomplete.

fathe and brother, family of the late comforting expressions of Mrs. Essie Wallace; one Eugene Pickett, 108 Geral-

sympathy, deeply appreciateand daughter-in-law Mrs. Ann K. dine St., Key West, died Oct.

MRS. JENNIE CARNEGIE will always be gratefully SkIrving; one niece Mrs Irene 4. Among his survivors are,

October 17,1951 remembered. Roker. Funeral services Sa- wife Matilda Pickett;four bro-

MR. IKE CARNEGIE We wish to take this opportunity turday, October 14, at 10:00 thers, Rev. Jas. Pickett of the
to thanks a.m. in the chapel, Rev. F. J.
February 24, 1954 express our city, Taylor, and Archie Lee

MR. ROBERT CARNEGIE tothemanylndividualsandfamilies Hicks officiating. Pickett of Eastman, Ga., Bud

April 26, 1935 ,organizations and Pickett of Detroit, Michigan;
the Range Funeral Home who Charlie Gaines of 2412 NW one sister, Mrs. Malissia Da-

May they rest in peace an.- gave a helping hand in many 67th St., died Saturday Oct. 7, vis of Chester, Pa Arrange-
at his residence.He is survived -
Also of
wiys. our neighbors ments
light perpetual shine
upon T. R. CARNEG\Y
wife Hanna three
68th Terrace and 68th Street by a ;

them. and friends of NE FirstStreetfor daughters, Mrs.BerthaChUdsMrs.

who departed this life Oct. 9 cards, automobiles Eddie Bradwell Mrs. MANKER MILTON
Thelma Carnegie
1961. S florals, donations of money, Anna Norman; three sons, James Johnson Sr. of 575

He is gone, but never for. food, and housing for out-of- Shellie Willie Thom, and NW 47th Ter., died at Jackson
gotten; for his splr it liveth on. town family David Earl Thomas; one sis-
Hospital Oct. 10.
To the pastor, Rev. P. S. ter Mrs. Brinnie M. Strong; He is survived by a wife,

The familyIN Brown for the encouraging one great grand child; two Odessa five I
ofJ.O.WILLA sons
tThe family who passed Sept. 20,1967, ; Henry,
wish to thank all their friend; message. grandchildren and one god- Samuel L., Earl,Raymond and

THOMPSON MEMORIAMIn who were so kind and thoughtful May God's blessing be with daughter Pamela! James Fun- James, Jr.; one b ro, the r Edward
and eral services will be held Sa-
during their bereavement you yours always. and one sister, Mrs.

Expresses its thanks to all turday, Oct. 14, at 12:30 p.m. Julia Mitchell. Funeral ser
loving memory of our beloved Mrs. Odarina McConnellIN in the chapel.
friends who sent cards, telegrams Grady Manns,Husband vices are incomplete.
wife and mother
flowers and other con Norris Johnson, son
Mrs. Estella Thomas of 141
dolences during its bereave-
ment. We give further thanksto ALEXZINA PINCKNEY MEMORIAMIn NW 6th St., died Monday, Oct.
who departed this life Oct. 13 in Jackson Memorial Hos-
the many who devoted their CARD OF THANKSThe 10. Mrs. Annie Mae McCoy of
1943. sad but loving of .She is survived a hus-
memory pital by
time and to caring 1060 NW 62nd St. Apt. 61 died
"Death is but a path that must our dear husband, father and band, Richard; two sisters,
and with Joe Willa
visiting family of the late Oct. 7th at Mt. Sinai Hospital.
during her illness. be trod, grandfather, the late, Mrs. Rosa Lee Edwards and I Remains will be shipped to Oak

Special thanks to Dr Kung, If man would ever pass to LOUVINA PONDIES Mrs. Roberta Jackson; one I Hill, Fla, Friday Oct 13 for
God.: MR ARCHIE ROLLE SR. brother; father, Henry Hamilton -
Lucille Glass, Birdie Lawrence final rites. Survivors include

and family and staff, Funeral services will be I her husband, Johnnie two sisters -
Harrison Pinckney, Sr., gratefully acknowledges al H: who departed from this life held Saturday Oct. 14, at 3:30 I ;
5 Jackson
South Wing No. one brother cousins and
expressions of ; ,
husband Harrison sympath;:X Oct. 16 1959.
Pinckney, p.m. in Mt. Caramel Church.,
t Memorial Hospital for their nieces.
afforded them in their hours
Jr. c f Gone but
services beyond the norm. son, Marguerite Hart, not forgotten.May
daughter Vermelle Walker bereavement. Thanks fo:r he rest in and
peace light per-
Gwendolyn Miller and family
the numerous cards telegrams
daughter. petual upon him.
flowers and kind word;:s Father in thy gracious keen I
of Retired Teacher PassesMiss
CARD OF THANKS encouragement ing. Leave we now thy servant
CARD OF THANKS Special thanks to Rev. N. F. sleeping.Mrs. .
May: we say thanks to all who
shared in at Clarke and members of St. Leonie L. Adam died nation, she had also been a
sympathy any way
of brother Matthews Baptist Church, Idell Rolle and familyIN Friday, Oct. 6, after a heart member oftheNon-pariel
the lost
Thomas P.Johnson,who has our neighbors and friends of sixty- attack. She was the youngestof Club for 36 years.

undergone surgery, at South eighth street and Richardson eight children of the late Mr.
Miami Hospital a few weeks MR. IRA J. MERKERSON SR. Mortuary and staff for its efficient MEMORIAMIn and Mrs. Charles Robert Her immediate survivorsare

ago, and is now recuperatingat service. MayGodblessall two sisters, Mrs. Stanley
Miry Smith
home, takes this method to we loved him but God loved him of you. ( ) Robinson (Hilda) and Mrs.
Adams. She born in
express his sincere thanks, best. sad but loving memory of was Key Blonzette Gabriel; two nieces,
to Special thanks to the neigh Mrs. 01 lie Cambridge of
and appreciation my many The Sturrup and Marshall
bors of 63rd St 73rd St. the Miss Adams, a retired public -
friends, for their many deedsof familiesIN Goulds and Mrs. GraceCaroll
school teacher her
kindnesses shown during my St. John Baptist Church, The began of Ne w York; five nephews,
Illness. employees at Jackson Mam- teaching career immediately Benjamin Walker, Clinton and

-r Your many beautiful get well orlal Hospital, friends fromOpa..locka graduating from Douglas High Clarence Gabriel; Douglass
School in Key West. She received
cards with their beautiful and Coconut Grove. MEMORIAMIn Adams of Key West, and Ken-
Also Rev. and Mrs. Fred J. her B. S. degree from
prayerful expressions neth Robinson of New York;
Florida A & M University and
brought much joy and comfortto 'Hicks Rev and Mrs. J. W. loving memory of my followed that with graduate four great nieces, Mesdames
the Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cecile McCartney Lovette
mo, and many phone dear godfather ,
study Hampton Institute. In
calls, and personal visits, Baker. We do thank you. Deveaux, Peggy Green of Miami -
1926 Miss A dams became a
brought solace, and seemingly Humbly submittedThe REV. MR. JOHN POLITE ), and Stanley Kay Robinson
member of the of Dun-
five Merkerson brothers faculty
made the pains less painful.My of West Va.; three great
bar Elem. School where she
special thanks to Fr. A. and three sisters. who passed away 0t.18, 1966 three nephews, Jan and DwIght
were spent at
Tyrell Dear, who took time out Eva Merkerson pace I often sit and think of you Elementary.An Douglas Caroll of N. Y. and Jan Warren -

from his many duties, to And then of how you died ardent worker in the Robinson of West Va.

transport my wife to the hospital CARD OF THANKSThe To think you said Episcopal Church, she was There are six great-great

and coming to our hometo God's will must be done JAMES LAWRENCE baptized and confirmed in St. nieces and nephews, a devoted

give us the Holy Communion family of the late Before you closed your eyes BARNETTwho Peter's Episcopal Church in sister and aunt, A dedicated

andt Rev..Harold V. The blow was hard Key West.After coming to Ml- teacher Miss Adam. will

I Stuart p StorofStMary'sWM CELESTER GLORIA ROGERS! The shock. so'severe. was called to his reward ami she was a member of St. greatly missed by her family t-

Church, a goodly number of his I never thought your death was Oct. 10, 1957. Agnes Episcopal Church and friends.

congregation who cam 3 to visit. wish to express their sincere! so near of
Ten years lonely memory where she taught Sunday Funeral services in
thanks and appreciation for the! But only those who lost can tell chargeof
but the hopes he is restingin School and was the organizerof M. H. Rahmings Funeral
.. ms.I Jam very grateful, and feel many: cards, telegrams, flow The pain of parting without The Everlasting arms of a the Business and Profes- Homo will be he I d Saturday
to all and my ers, and other condolence s: farewell.
Indebted you merciful Savior. sional
: Sadly Women's Guild,later to morning 10 o'clock at the
"r prayer is that God's choicest. sent to them during their hour:i Sadly missed! by your god- missed. become the Young Woman Church of the Incarnation. The
shall always be on you of bereavement. daughterr
blessing Study Council.
After her
retirement body will repose In the chapel
I By mother, Miss Lottie E. she became a member from noon Friday until funeral
Thomas P. Johnson Christine Rogers and familj] Cheryl Darlene Jackson Ward and family of the Church of the Incar time 1!


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. U.S. Air Force Band In Concert Here Oct. 311

One of the featured music- : jp, ,/':' .';.,,1-!!;I1",'.".''IIIIJ.I! '": '"/"'"
ians to be heard in concert at ,, \ flEDDti
Dade County Auditorium Oct. ,w
31 will be Sergeant James
Scott, Saxophone Solist with B Wit
the United States Air Force
Band. The amazing young .
saxophone virtuoso, owes
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which was very popular in the with the Air Force's top musi- Sponsored by Dade County
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ed sax, he also doubled on the States Air Force Band, in the is free but tickets are re- TENDER CHIC
string bass, clarinet and flute. fall of 1965. quired.
After two successful years r
with his combo,he decided to I
a full time musicianin
the concert music field. Arthur Gulley of 1753 N. ducted Saturday, Oct. 14, at 3 '1
Since the orchestral library])i I. View Drive,Miami Beach Sun pm. lathe Church Of Prophecy -
for saxophone is limited,Ser- set No. 1, died Saturday, Oct. .
geant Scott decided that the 7th. He is survived by a wife, ) .
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NORAD Band, a position he step-daughters; four step Funeral services will be conducted -
held for three and a half years. sons; three sisters; two bro- Saturday, Oct. 14, at FRYER WINGS 2 LB. 69C
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lyN VALLEY GROVE Women Of Greater Bethel TEMPLE program BAPTISTThe that was '

Rev. J. Torrence, pastor
scheduled for this Sunday by]
Lucile Torrence, reporterOn Set $5,000 Goal the women, has been postponed -

to Sunday October 22.
Friday night before the
third Sunday,the Little Angels According to Mrs. Ella begin at 7:30 p.m. with a religious The Women's Day social

will sponsor a program here Jones, chairman of theactivi- musical festival con- committee will sponsor a .
church. ties for Women's Day at ducted by Mrs. Naomi Ward "Trip Around the World" on
Friday Oct. 20.Bus will leave LIBERTY CITY
This Sunday morning, the Greater Bethel AME, the 90 Symonette, director. All reports ,
GREATER ST. LUKE pastor is asking the entire captains and members of the of captains will be made the church, 1723 NW3rdAve., CHURCH OF CHRISTF.
at 8 Donation one dollar.Women's .
church to accompany him to steering committee have seta during the special evening L. Thompson, ministerT.
Rev. 0. Taylor pastor Day chairman and
Oak Grove to render servicesin goal of $5,000 for the financial service. Members are askedto S. Holmes, reporterWe
Bernice Griffin reporter co-chalrnun, Mrs. Lula M.
send their to the
behalf of the Sohg Convention drive which will culminate pledges
Colebrook and Miss Edwina
At three o'clock the October 22. church. to have
pas are happy our
On Saturday there will be a, Lord, along with their co-
tor is asking the church to Out standing personalities minister and his wife ho me
fish dinner in the church din- The occasion is the annual attending the event will be workers, are reminding the
meet him at Jordan Grove. have been the
again. They on
ing room beginning, at 11 a.m. Women's Day inspirationaland Mrs. Jeanette Confer- women of the church that the
fourth at Kelly,
The Sunday 3:00 State of Florida
Sponsor the King Belairs givenin musical program, to be ence Branch President of the second Sunday in next month go, through
the pastor Invites the: and In
behalf of Men's Day. p.m. held throughout the day. The Women's will be observed as their day.It conducting meetings,
Missionary Society
entire church to
On Sunday, Oct. 15, at 2:30 I accompany guest speaker for the morningwill ofthe South Florida Conference is desired and urged that all Rochester, New York.
him to St. Luke P. B. Rev. 0. Will and
Brother T y n e s
p.m. the King David Masonic We will be m. Ore t h a T. Hat- and members of her cabi- the women fall in line and
Taylor pastor.
Brother C. Grimsley are con
Lodge No. 638 will observe march like a mighty Let
cher, supervisor of the 11th net. A special ceremony will army.
close their
out Men's Day in
,,., their Fist Anniversary. Rev.P. Episcopal District and Women's feature the presentation of the no one be left behind.The men ducting a gospel meeting

D. Brantly will be the On October 26 we wUlsponsor Missionary Society.Mrs. woman ot the year aW'.udtoan have pledged to go all the way. Georgia. May God bless themin
speaker along with his choir Hatcher is the beloved church The officers and membersof their efforts.We .
outstanding woman.
local In behalfof
No. 2. program wife of Hatcher the Templeite choir wish to pray that more membersand i
Bishop E. C. is
the Union. The Union will be Margaret Carey co-
i i t s will attend the I ILord's
v s o r
Samuel D. Burroughs is of the thank the Junior choir of Shiloh
presiding prelate AME chairman of the event and Mrs.
In charge Friday and Saturday I
wishful master dinner will be that those Day Bible School Sun-
District that comprises is the Baptist was among
nights, and will conclude Sunday Cherrye M. Boyer day morning and the Tuesday
served. appearing on their recent an-
Florida and
the Bahamas.The .
chair man for activi-
The Union will be held at program night Bible class more often.
niversary .
evening program will ties. prognm.ST. :
J Oak Grove, Rev. Henderson '
pastor. Valley Grove is the

The second Sunday in November -
Rev. p. W. Williams, pastor
Gloria perry,reporterThe Brother Brown will be Bessie Smith, a member of Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor I'

ordained here at the church, at :! the Pulpit-Aid Board, gave Mary Amos, reporter
women willobserve is for the
3:00 He
p.m. asking Rev F. E. Sneed a Bible for '\
their Annual Women's Day prayers of the entire church. :&. the pulpit. The pastor and officers wish :

Sunday, October 22. The theme Sunday, October 19, is theChoir's .i.0.:.,_ Chairman Mrs.Betty Brown to thank the Boards and Clubs J
for the will be .
day "Christian .
Anniversary. .! .. and co-chairman Mrs. Doris for making the i r fourth and
Women-Build Wisely and Increase after the second eaJ "
Monday Williams wish to thank you for final quarterly conference a ;
Wisdom. Sunday in November, our pas y s 1 success.
your support. They are asking
Mrs. Clementine Rahmings tor will conduct a five night revival that you support them in their The Cathedral Choir will I
of Richmond Heights, a teacher in He
meeting Key Largo. effort October 14th, Church celebrate their anniversary
in the Dade County Public is the choir to be .
asking readyto Sunday Oct. 15from3-5p.m.
Parish Hall. This is all-day ,
School will be the
c System go on Friday night to help Dinner Sale at 1815 NW 65th All boards and clubs are asked )
morning speaker. At7:00p.m. close out the revival.We .
Street. This project will bene- to come out and make this a
there will be a song service. are glad to have Sister
grand affair.
fit additional
our Woman's Day. For -
The public is cordially Invited Eula M. Wilson home from the The Auxiliary Board will
to attend. __n information you may
hospital. call 691-4212. celebrate their FifthAnniver-

Miss Hesterine Pittnun: Mrs. Lillle Muse Doles President Sherman Cummings sary Sunday, Oct. 29, from 3-5

: ... ChairmanThe Co-Chairman and Choir No. Two invite p.m. All boards and clubs are {

Greater Bethel's Usher Board women of Mt. Zion Bap- theme: "The WomenHadAMind you to their Thirty-Fourth cordially Invited to come out
I Anniversary Friday October: help them celebrate.
tist Church will present their To Work.' Musical ,
annual 13th, at 8:30 p.m. and Sunday There will be a pretty cup
Women's Day observance reflections will be rendered ,
Celebrates 17th Annual Tea tea at the home of Mrs. Pad-
I Sunday October 15.The during the evening services. October 15, at 330 p.m. For
speaker for the morning will confirmation, please call Mrs. gett 5580 NW 24th Lane, Oct.

The No. 3 Ushers' Board of cis, Paulette Bartlett, Vir- be Commissioner M. Athalie Rev. Edward T. Graham, Doris Heastie 691-6270 22, from 4.6 p.m.Stewardess .

( Greater Bethel AME Church ginia Dorsett, Gail Peterson, Range, who will speak from the minister. Mrs. Marion Hawkins 754- Board No. Two

celebrated Its 17th annual tea Roslyn McGruder, Georgia 0723. will sponsor an after service

Sunday, Sept. 24 in the beautiful White, Jerome Trapp, Saint CHRIST EPISCOPAL October-Ites are having a program Sunday, Oct. 29. The
basement. Members wishto Agnes Ushers Guild, Ebenezer GREATER NEWMACEDONIA night of games and fun at the speaker will be the Rev. Mc-

thank their many friends for Usher Board No. 2, Mt. Her- Rev. Theo R. Gibson, rector home of Mr. N. Bradwell at Graney. All the above noticesare

their cooperation in helping to mon Usher Board No.2,Young Antoinette Silva, reporterThe Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor 16041 NW 18th Pl G.Stokel1ng to benefit Women's Day

make the program Women's League of Mt. Sinai, Willie Beard, reporterThe chairman of month.TheSampsonite. please give them your full sur-
of the church are
Special thank to' Prof. Saint Peter's St. Monica's youth Board's port.The

Charles Williams, guest Guild, Gardenia Circle, pall looking forward U* the annual president, officers, and "Hawaiian Luau" Sunday,Oc- pastor is asking choir
calendar tea to be held Sunday, tober 8 at the home of and No. One and Two, Ushers and
speaker, who deliverd a won- Bearers No. 15, Trinity CME members of the Male Chorus Mr.
derful message that was en- Church, Mrs. Geraldine Gil- November 19. The following wish to take this opportunityto Mrs. Wright was a great suc- all members to accompany
the title of Miss Cal him
girls are to
Joyed by the large audience.We yard, Danla; Mr. Robert thank each of you for your West Hollywood the
thank him not for Just this Stokes, all auxiliaries of endar Tea: Gail McBride,Gail support and cooperation in cess.Thought for the week; When third Sunday night.JORDAN .

year, but for 16 years. Greater Bethel, Rev. McCall Springer, Earlene Spratling, making their Third Anniver- things become a bit trying, and
Donna Scott Hall
Others that played a great Miami Times. Bessie Saunders, Mary Harriett', sary great success. May God you get a bit discouraged, thinkof GROVE
The members of the board ., how Jesus Christ himself
forever bless
part on our program were; and keep each of
Mrs. Leila Williams, Naomi thank their chairman Mrs. Russell, Cynthia Cruz, Cathy you is their prayer. would handle any situation and Eddie Gilbert,reporterThe
Fife Sandra Clark Andiea
W. Symonette, Annette, Broome A. Hezekiah for a Job Moore, Patricia Anderson, and De a on Edward Goodwin, you'll find that your week will

McNeal, Louise Shorter, Syl- well done. Again we say thanksto Antoinette, Silva. president.The go a "whole lot' smoother. men,along with the gen-

vester Wilcox, Alfronla Ma- all. Our rector was among the Women's Auxiliary invite eral church, wish to thank each

drid, Emma Collins, Grady Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor clergymen of the diocese who you to attend their Fall FIRST BAPTIST and every one for participatingon

Williams, Willie M. West; Mr. Mrs. Florence Washington, attended the annual clergymen Fashion Show, October 21, their Tenth Annual Men's

Dan Francis, Master Derrick president. convention in Avon park on 8:00 p.m., at the Brownsville Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor Day program and helping

Love, Misses Danysue Fran- Monday. Community Center, 2741 NW Donella Turner, reporterThe make it a success.The amount

TheEYC monthly cookoutwas 49 St. Donation $1.00.Ticketscan raised was $1,387.47.Our .

ZION HOPE FRIENDSHIPRev. held Monday. It was encouraging be purchased from Sister No One Choir will. morning speaker was

J. E.Jenkins,pastor to see the young Mytrice Murray, 1251 NW 56 sponsor a Calendar Tea, Oct. the Rev. Samuel T. Johnson,

i Rev. P. Freeman, pastorE. Ruby Lee Carr,reporterThe people together. Congratulations Street, 759-5245 or Willie J. 29, from 4 to 6 p.m You are pastor of New Mt. Zion Bap-

Jackson, reporter to Diana Sprat 1 i n g, Beard. This is inbehalf of Wo invited to attend. tist Church, Daytona Beach,

There will be a fellowship pro- women wish to thank all .daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Earl men's Day.GRACE There will be a musical pro- and our evening speaker was

gram between these three aux- who participated on the Captains ,Spratling who was crowned gram November 12, in behalfof Rev. Samuel Atchison, pastor

llierles; Choir No.Two,Usher Fashlonette, the models Miss FAMU on Wednesday, at all captains and cocaptainsThis : of Mt.Calvary Baptist Church.

Board Nos. One and Two. were beautiful.Thanks to Mrs. Florida A & M. Also to PRESBYTERIAN program is an effort toward The church extends a warm

The program will be tues- Dorothy Smith, Mrs.Florence Patricia Shivers who partici- Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor Man's Day, the fourth. thank you to both fine pastors.

day night, October 17. Campbell, Mrs. Annie Mitchell pated in the panel discussionat Sunday in November.A Brother H. Dixon was Men's

The home mission societyand Mrs. Morris Spann, Jordan Marsh. Our young Last speedy recovery to all our Day chairman.To : .
Sunday "Laymen's
the mothers board will Miss Emma Jean Lewis and people are really participatingwhat Sunday witnessed, sick and shutIns."ZACHARIAN the sick we are always
an Inspiring -
have a musical program this Mrs. L. R. Ross Special about you? worship service with praying that you will keep the
In behalf of the thanks to Dsacon and Sister faith in
Friday night, Elder J. D. Faniel bringing the our Lord and Saviour
pastors anniversary. Can we Rosevelt Johnson for letting us Jesus Christ.
morning The
message. men
; count on support. have our fashionette in their i AND ELIZA
your BAPTISTRev.
BROWNSVILLE and women of the church, and
There will be a car wash Saturday home. the choir BETH" AT NEW BETHEL
youth cooperatedwell CITYWIDE MISSIONThe
? at the church sponsored We are asking our women to in bringing a fine experi- BAPTIST SUNDAYThe

by the Deacon Board. Donation continue working for the benefit J. E. Wright, pastorC. ence of worship and fellowship men of New Bethel Baptist City wide Mission, of

$1.00. of our women's day every Culpepper, reporterThe Church, 1571 NW 68th Ter. Miami, will meet Sunday, October -

The funeral of Sister Maggie effort is needed. Remember to attend the is sponsoring a drama October 15th, at 3:00 p.m. with

Collier will be held Saturday members would like to bible classes for children and 15, at 11 a.m. entitled"Zacha- Matthew Temple AMEZion

evening. Get well wishes extended to extend an invitation for you and young people from 4:30to6:00 riah and Elizabeth." The pub- Church In the Church Of The
for the Deacon Isaac Etherdige in your family to come out next lic is Nazarene Emanuel
Don't forget to pray p.m. every Sunday afternoon. cordially invited.No admission ( ), 7940 NW
sick and shut-Ins and come to Victoria Hospital, and to all of Sunday and worship with us. Classes are conducted by 1% Ave. Members and friends ,

church and have your faith lift our shut-ins we hope for you Please remember the sick Elder J. D. Faniel and Mr. Rev. Ernest Williams is of the city are Invited to attend. 1

ed. speedy recovery). and shut-ins in your prayers. Hershel Peterson. pastor. Mrs. Lula Moran, president. v



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Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor Rev H. M. Salmon,pastor .Rev. S. Atchison,pastor Mystic Sunflower Center, will Spiritual observeits

Stewardess Betty Morant, reporter The No. Four Usher Board 15th anniversary, Sunday,
Board No One
October 15
at 3:00p.m.atthe
celebrates their There will be boat will begin obsering their an-
anniversarywith a ride
S. W 18th
st.and 52nd
a unique program at 430; sponsored by our president,on niversary, Friday night. The Ave,

I p.m, som leading talents of October 21, there: is still timeto climax will culminate Sunday; Refreshments will be
: the ticket. Oct. 15, at 3:00 p.m. Thepublie served -
r community will appear. purchase a We are is You and your's are invit-
Tuesday, at 8:15: p m. regular also planning a program which invited ed. .
class meeting, and prayer will l have various companiesand The No. One Usher Board is Mrs. B. M. Halle,president
organizations in their sponsoring a state tea on Nov. Mrs. Emma Roberts
services. backing. If you would like to 11, The public is invited. tary.
.. I JIff \ 'jBI Wednesday and Thurs- place an Ad or be a patron, On the fourth Sunday in this .-...

MINISTER WILSON, BRO. J. W. WILSON day night choir rehersals contact Betty Morant at 633- month the m e m b e r s will observe -
EVANGELIST PLEASANT Friday night Sunday school 6736 and Essie Russ, at 696- our pastor's anniversary OF THEINCARNATION
group meeting the pastor is 9401 A program is being plan-

asking all teachers to be pres There will be a Friday
meeting at the church for thee Please pray for the sick and Rev, A. Tyrrel Dear, vicar

u o ent.Our Women's Day is th youth at 5 p.m. please be on shut-ins.

second Sunday in November, time. Sundays, 8 am.ll l a.m.Holy
?nIR. .11 a baby contest has been plan MT. SINAI Communion Sermon at both

ned, also a dinner sale will be services. 10:30 a.m., Sunday
held on the fourth Saturday of NEW PROVIDENCE Rev. C. Albury, pastor school

i this month Patricia Austin, reporter Choir practice at 7:45. Sun-
Rev W. M. Daniels of Mt. Rev C. J, Burney,pastor day, Oct. 15, the annual all.

a Calvary Baptist Church de- Arsula Edwards, reporter Don't forget! you've rot a states tea will take place at the

| livered the message Sunday The Junior Missionary De ;special date Oct 22,the fourth Police Benevolent Hall, 4343
morning.KELLY'. partment will sponsor their l .Sunday Mt. Sinai is observing NW 17:& Ave. The tea is theme
fellowship day. Everyone is outstanding social event of the
'-'- Tea on the fourth Sunday after
noon, October 22, in the dining ;invited The chairman Mrs.L. year. You cannot afford to
CHAPEL room of New Providence time Peterson and Mr. C. JenkinsIs miss it.Last.

Rev L. L.Dean,pastor from 4 6 p.m. They are asking asking everyone to cooper- Sunday FT. Dear gavea
Retha McKenzie,reporterThe the full cooperation of the ate by giving a donation o a most interesting report on
church. The 500. The dinner will be post. the Clergy Conference held at
public invited.
pastor, officers and poned. Everyone is asked to Avon Park Oct. 2-5. DeaconH.
members Hour of
of Kelly's Chapel prayer buy a fellowship badge. E. S. Reeves also attendedthe
will be
wish to extend their welcome held each Sunday,at
to Rev. Charles E, Pinkston, 5.00p.m. Prayer meeting Remember to pray for our

who as of Sunday, October 8, Tuesday evening, at 7:30 p.m. sick and shut-ins See you in

became our assistant pastor. Continue in prayer for o urn church Sunday. OPEN DOORAll
Rev Pinkston delivered sick shut-ins and those '
friends of Rev.and Mrs,
first message to Kelly'ssChapel have lost love ones.
LAYMEN TO MEET H.C. McDowell are Invited to'
Sunday October 8, We
x worship with us Sunday at the
welcome visitors and friends The Miami
a Na BATTLE OF SONGS District Laymenwill 9:45 and the 11 am services.At .
to come and worship with us to meet Sunday, Oct. 22, at 7 the Chancelor Choir
help make Rev.Pinkston more On October 18, at 8:00 p.m. Greater Bethel AME Church, p.m.
and the Junior Choir will
welcome at the Bethlehem Missionary 245 NW 8th St., at 3.00p.m.A
"' der special music honoring theMcDowell's.
The Usher Board will have Baptist Church, 420 NW 40th special invitation to the North

sales on the church grounds Street Rev, 0. West, pastor,a Miami District, West Miami, Friday night, the
Women's will
every Friday and Saturday Battle of Songs will be rendered West Palm Beach, Fort Pierce Fellowship
honor with
Mrs. McDowell a
t night, we are asking membersand featuring Sister Louise and the Cousin for Bishop
friends to patronize them. Scott, of the New Providence Club A great program in store program and recception. The
is invited.
Continue in for Baptist Church and Sister. for public new pas
prayer our your enjoyment please plan
tor Rev Harold of Bir-
.: sick and shut-ins. Remember Bernice Jennings of Saint to attend. Long

visitors are always welcome.NEWMT.MORIAH Matthew Freewill BaptistDon't Mr. Zack Ferguson, president mingham first sermon, Ala.the will first preach Sundayin his

event.miss this soul stirring Jessie Giles, reporter. November.


The Lord has revived us In Browasub, Elder Croome
Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor
again. Hab. 3 2. 01 Lord revive from the Church of God In
Evelyn Souter reporter
thy work in the midst of Christ in Opa-locka, Elder SAMPSON'S MARKET
the years. In the midst of the Wallace from the Church Of
There will be an after ser
years make known; in wrath God In Opa-locka and a vice musical program Sunday

remember mercy.In preacher fromjamaica and night, featuring the C Lord
the year of 1967, Octo- Elder Wilson from the North C's We are inviting the pub- 7466 NW 62 ST.
ber 4th, at 90th Street and 20 Dade Church Of God and ElderWile

Avenue, Miami, Florida, the ox were here, Brother lic.Our Men's
Day will be the
Church Of God(True Holiness) Andrew Alcome was the fourth Sunday in this month Free Delivery 6965711MEATY

Registered over the entire musician, and all other saints The No. Two Usher Board

state of Florida as the only one worked faithfully around the would like to thank Rev Cook,
under the administration of altar visitors from Indonesiawere Male Chorus of Greater Bethel

Brother John W. Wilson, pastor also here.In O *-locka, and all others who
and overseer, has been the great event one would] participated and attended their NECKBONES
visited by the out-pouring of have to conclude that the doctrine anniversary. lS' !

the spirit of God and the truest, preached at the church Of Remember the sick, shut- 'tLB. I

lasting, producing, effective God True Holiness manyyearsago ins, our pastor, bereaved
assurance, oldest that existed by the late M, E.Richardson families and those in the armed
today the word of God.The revival and the stand that some of services in your prayers.
was conducted by us have taken is really paying COPELAND SMOKEDSAUSAGE

evangelist Pleasent, and God off today. ZION HILL DIRR'S GOLD SEAL .
really spoke through that One scripture that was 2 88t
preacher. After each messagethe taught so often was first The men will celebrate their FRANKSSPARE

plea was"what do you want Timothy, 32 A bishop then Seventh Annual Men's Day, LB. BOX

from God? and the altar was must be blameless, the husband Oct 15. Theme; "Men Building

fill The sick were healed, of one wife, vigilant, sober A Church On A Solid Foun
the lost were found and the of good behavior, givingto dation." Morning speaker,, 3PKGS. $1

blind saw, and the gospel was hospitality apt to teach.Also Rev, Simms of New Hope. RIBS

really preached.The Titus 1:6-9.80 will you Evening speaker Rev. W. C. N "
church also had many come and behold our order is Edcar, pastor of Mt Moriah,
visiting preachers -- Elder the pastors plea. Perrine and St. Ruth Dania LB.S9t 'Ii kE SkfGS9

Taylor from Triumph Church Brother J. W. Wilson. Everyone is cordially invitedto
come make this Men's Daya
success CHICKEN

DRAKE MEMORIAL ST. MARY Rev. James Pickett, pastor .
Deacon Anderson, chairman, MILK S 99(1 BACKS-29t

Sunday, Oct. 15 is Tithes Deacon Perkins cochairman.our. ( .
Rev Jarius W. Dunn, pastor
All members know
obligation for this day Servingfor . .
Many thanks to all our the morning will be choir / ':t- I WINGS 3..l8s.$1 f OX-M/IS L..2W

to friends who gave their service! No. One and Usher Board No. x'NEW: MT: ZION
make our gospel feast a i
at night will be
TwO Serving .
great success,' Choir No.2 and Usher BoardNo. Rev.,'R'. C.Solomon,pastorA
One. cordial invitation Is extended
scouts will receive their char-
We are asking all parents to ,to the Ninth Anniversary
ter, Mr. Will Fuller will be send their,children out to Sunday celebration of,choir No. 2 LBS. BRISKET STEW 2 KING SIZE BREAD 3 PKGS FRANKS]

present leaders along with' our scout school early.All teachers, One of New Zion Baptist 2 LBS. GROUND BEEF 1 LB. OLEO 5 LBS. RICE

there will be a special meeting Church of Hialeah, Sundayafternoon :
at On a:00 Wednesday October 18, after Sunday school October October 15, at 300; '2 LB. PORK CHOPS 4 CANS BISCUITS 3 DOZ. EGGS
p.m Rev. Samuel
Atchison of Mt. Calvary and 15. p.m.They 2 LBS. BEEF LIVER 3 TALL CANS MILKs
for Sister musical
Special prayers anticipate many
congregation will be in Finlayson and Sister L Inn renditions from varioe 2LBS. BOX SMOKED SAUSAGE ALL 15 t
charge of the service. of S is t r 99
Sawyer, mother singing groups. $
youth are a
of Elizabeth Longly Both are Come out and enjoy an even- 9
of contest the to become "Miss Jr." in Jackson MemorialHosplta1.A Ing in songs. 3 LBS. CHICKEN WINGS

Sandra year. Marrisa Porter, card or telephone call will Mrs. Annie Mae Davis is the 1 BU. COLLARDS OR 5 LB. WHITE POTATOES
Berry and Regina help to cheer all our sick. president ,

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,.".. _1..2 JI'I ," IA.*. DORSEY Northwestern Y-Team Roll Call Oct. 814The

tl'' LE T annual Y-Teen Week, visors. In Thailand Y-1'eengo
,'I:Q' RDA .. EMir iPI' 0 DIARY News known nationally Y-Teen for American folk dancing.Y-
: LADDE, Jf, Across the nation school Roll Call, will be celebratedhere Teens'in Zambia are busy with

cafeterias are being honored Mia i mi Northwestern from October 8 to 14. sewing, cooking and knitting
i.i. BY TONI SMILEY this week which has been set iors along with the senior s "This year the slogan is 'A competitions. In M1 a m 1 Y-
aside as National School Lunch from other Dade County high Y-Teen emphasizing that Teens have talent shows, social
Lauderdale's tempo can be recorded as swinging this weekend Week. Thus we direct our attention schools are now in the process growth and fulfillment are the dancing and charm :las-
when the Elks Club of Ft. Lauderdale becomes the scene to theDorseycafeteria of taking teaching and nursing objectives o the program,' ses.
of an exhibition of the latest dances such as the pearl, the neck which has a well-deserved e i a m s at Municipal Auditor Mrs. Bettye Wiggs, program Y-Teens are twelve to
and many others. Beginning Friday night when the Shriners reputation for the quality of its ium. Teaching exams are held Director said. "Activities are seventeen years old members
Club sponsors a dance beginning, at 10:00 p.m. and Saturday meals. Mrs. Ruth Walkes: In the morning and nursing developed by Y-Teen theme of the YWCA. Boys participating -
night the Miraculous Pitcher will sponsor a dance also begin Cafeteria Manager, has been exams are given during th selves working,with adult ad- in activities are as
ning at 10:00 p.m. so all Teen boppers,hippies and those Just with the Dorsey staff for five afternoon. sociates. Throughout the Unit-
out for a time that promises to be tots in entertainment head years, and has arecord of ed States more than 400,000
for the Elks Club.Fivehundred many years of service in the CFC stands for College Carver young people of this age group
Fund Club. This club
enthusiastic United Fund of Broward County area of mass food preparation.Her was organized are registered annually.
volunteers applauded Thursday evening, October 5th the an- credentials and academic by a group of college "Since YWCA work sin
bound students who would like
nouncement of the earliest and largest first report In the work In the field are impressive to become future teachers. Ranches r more than 75 countries around
United Fund's ten year history at a giant kick-off dinner rally and Just last year her picture the world there are opportunities -
Some of
sponsored by Pier 68,Campaign Chairman Robert C.Abel, Jr. I appeared in the national are Cassandra News' b o t h for studying other
Brown Jackie
unveiled the total raised to date, $109/783 of$702,000 the fund publication, National Food Glass, cultures and helping to meet
is seeking for its 37 agencies. Guest speaker Bayard Ewing, Service in conjunction with a ham Flora Wllbert Mitchell, Gail Willing- By Walter Bewe needs of young people as faraway
Chairman of the Executive Committee of United Fund Com story on latest technics ,Robert -- --- as Africa, Asia, South
munity Funds and Councils of America and winner of'thatgroup's cafeteria management and Bolden, Michael Thompson, The Carver RanchesVolun.- America and FIji"
Sammille! Harden, Sandra teer Fire Department is making -
told food
outstanding Community Service Award this.year, preparation.
his audience, United Fund is a typically American Idea.. It's Under her is a devoted staff Sears, Arena Ingraham,Debra plans for its annual Fire-
neighbor volunteering to help neighbor, it doesn't happen any of 18 workers, and to them we Wells, Marilyn Lows,Carolyn man's Ball Friday night, Oct.
where else in the world."It's part of the American genius and tip our hat this week! Davis and Margaret Everett. 20, 9 until 2 a.m., at the Elks
the American "We those of This club Is open for member- Club in Ft. Lauderdale. Music
way. Ewing went o to say that people helping appreciate you
people should never be charity or an obligation,but should be who eat in our lunchroom,and ship to seniors who need by the Duke and the Ravens
automatic. "It's task invite all to money to send away for college Band Donation: $looinad-
a large that you are undertaking here and we you eat there
that United Funds are undertaking across the nation,"he said. this week to help make it a banner applications and to take the vance
"Getting to the moon is simple in comparison humanismliving week for School Lunch college tests. Comrade Ralph Seymour,
together is the big thing." W ek." Mrs. Walkes continued The Student Council representatives 52nd Ave. and 22nd St., is in
Fred H a 11 e r. president of the Broward County Council of to "during this weekwe and officers were Veterans Hospital in Coral
Senior Citizens, has tackled the Job of finding employment for will be honoring the Florida officially installed In a formal Gables 1 Also Comrade Leo
Storr Is
in Memorial
elderly persons through a free employment service. The non- Citrus Commissionbyserving assembly October 3. Alfred Hospital
profit project will be run by representatives of the 18 senior citrus fruit in our lunch Gatson is the presidentand Hollywood
citizens clubs in the county working with the Florida Com- room." Jackie Glass is the vice Billy and Barbara Robinsonare
mission on Aging. The office is now in operation 4549 SW All the more reason to be president. Mr. L. Perry, Student proud parents of a baby
girl this week born
.34thi( Ter., Ft. Lauderdale, and is open only in the afternoonsMr. I.there! Congratulations are in Activities Director installed on Oct.9.
Haller has asked that rather than coming to the office ap- order to the Dorsey Cafeteria I the officers. Veterans of Foreien Wars -- -- -
plicants mil in their resumes, phone the office or contact the Some Important dates are Post No. 8195, West Hollywoodwill Miss Edwina Moore of 1953
chairman of thlr clubs. coming up for music lovers, Football team members are hold its regular meeting NW 89th Ter. Is shown holding
October 1st thru 7th was celebrated as the 20th anniversaryof states Miss A. Vasselle,. busy looking the girls over fora Sunday, Oct. 15, at the Post a $350.00 certificate which she
the National Employ the Handicapped Week. Many employerscan Chorus teacher. These likely candidate for "Miss homa at 4816 Pembroke Road. received from Rho Sigma
verify that handicapped individuals have made quality em are: Sunday, Nov. 26, at 2:30in : Team Sweetheart." The King David Masonic Chapter of the Phi Beta Sigma
ployees. Consider the ability; don't be deterred by his disability the afternoon Dade Conty The Northwestern Bulls will Lodge No. 638 will bold its Fraternity Inc. As winner of
The NEH held it's annual dinner Saturday, October 7th, at Auditorium, at which time the meet the Mays High Rams tomorrow first anniversary program the Miss Sigma Sweetheart
the Statler-Hilton Hotel. All-County Opera will be held night, Friday at the :Sunday, Oct' 15, at230p.m. contest. Miss Moore spent
Lip Reading classes are in session Monday and Friday 7:30 with 50 Dade schools attendingto Junior College Stadium. This :at the Greater St. Luke P. B. weekend in Mexico where she
to 8:30 p.m. two nights a week and one day class each Wednes- hear Madam Butterfly presented game will pit the only Negro I Church, 4205 SW 18th St.,West said she had a very enjoyable
day 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m The day course cost $10.00, the by the Miami Opera teams In the county against :Hollywood Samuel D.Bur- time. The winner of this year's
night course $12.00 Mrs. Ella Shrewsbury will conduct the Guild. Tickets are 100.Parents each other. I roughs, Worshipful Master contest will receive a trip to
I' classes at the United Fund building, 1300 South Andrews Ave. are I n v it e d.Bus trans J Robert McNeal, secretary. Europe.
Lip reading offers a person the ability to understand conver- portation is provided from the ,J
,sation with or without the aid of hearing It brings help to those school.
,f with a hearing problem. Interested persons may call 522-4554, The Miami Philharmonic,
between 9:00 a.m. and 12 noon. under the direction of Alain
Fashons by Liz presented an array of fine fashions and food Lombard, may be heard Tues I
Friday night, October 6, at the elegant Venetian room at Pier day evening, Nov. 28, Dade
''I 66. Dinner was served at 7:30: p.m. to an audience of fashion County Auditorium, from 7:00 ,
I conscious men and woman. The Char mattes of Broward County, to 9:00 p.m. Tickets: $1.50. ..
Inc. modeled the exquisite dresses and Miss Vasselle ticketsare
f gowns, Jewelry designed says (',
and nude by Mrs. Elizabeth C. Young of Fashions by Liz. selling rapidly. Don't be : I l
i' The members of the Charmettes are Mrs.Rose Merritt, Mrs. left out! i f

Jeanette Shirley, Mrs. Mary Johnson,Mrs.Helen Hamm, Mrs. The Journalism Club met \. .
Gladys Young, Mrs. Geraldine Hawkins, Mrs. Martha Pinks- recently and has been organized i. ,
ton and Mrs. Zelnu Holloway. Male models were Mr. Lev under the sponsorship of I'' -11 I .,

Henry and Mr. Al Ford. Mrs. Lorraine Vuight: and \P 1',:''''] :
Mrs. Evelyn Cole. The club w >:
plans to publish the school d ._ J1. .', ,
newspaper, The Golden Eagleat j; ; ", -..1.. :'" .4 .
( the end of each six weeks .
,. marking period. From time to ."': ,I In'" ,'
time student editorials will '
OPEN ALL NIGHT ; 'I' ,, 'I .
appear in this column written ,, ", I".l. \ "
FOR YOUR ,-' by members of the JournalismClub. ', .' .
CONVENIENCEJerry '.,M. Before we sign off for the
y week, a word about our Neighborhood
Stern, Owner y; Youth Corps. Sponsored Emmanuel Churchof
again this byMr.
Since 1945Roberts U' year
Walkes J. Kemp, Sr., the NYC
presently involves six students theNazarene
who are actively employed
around Dorsey lathe
Drug Store capacity of teacher's aides;
custodial ides;and equipmentaides.

590 W Flagler St. 371-1501 Mr.. Kemp states: "The "

Youth Corps help to improvethe 7940 N.W. 15th Avenue .
attendance of the enrollee
and at the s a me time help
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Pan Hellenic/ CouncilReactivated 'i r h H'p ', '$aM i .['

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A planning committee along Representatives elected to ,
with members from affiliate office were Mrs. Marian H. 9'
groups met !in session at the,, Shannon, president; Carl Williams -
home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl vice-president; Mrs.
William 3000 NW 50th Street Marion Allen, recording sec-
Sunday afternoon, October 8. retary; Mrs. Verneka Silva,
The purpose of the meetingwas corresponding secretary,
to compile research findings Mrs. Ann McCray,parliamen-
and discuss item on a tarian; Astrid Mack, treasurer -
memorandum previously sentto ; Raphu William, chaplain,
groups by a committee com- Mrs. Ruth N.Polite,publicity.
posed of Mesdamos MarianH. Other representatives attending -
Shannon, Eugenia William, the meeting were Elliott
Marian M. Dean, William B. Scavella, Lucious Craw-
Haley, Sr., Carl William and ford, Mmes Annette E. Mc-
Raphu Williams Neal, Arthurlne Strapp,
Eugenia W. William, Marian
Mrs. Shannon was elected
M. Dean, and Mrs. Lenora B.
temporary chairm-in. She set
Smith. Special committee assignments -
the tone of the meeting by say were given each .. ... .. .
v- -- -- ---- --
ing "Greek membership in
Miami led the way boosting, Alpha Phi representedwere Alpha Fraternity Sixty friends of Garth C. Some of the guests attend- Second row: Elvis paschal, Jimmy Martin. J .
upgrading and aiding the dis- Omega Psi Phi Fra-. Reeves Jr. (seated front cen- ing are shown above. Front row Emory West, Freddy Goodman -
advantaged. It is now times to oernity, Phi Beta Sigma Fra- ter) gathered at the Hamp- sitting are: Left to right: Ben- Denise Burnside, Gala Third row: Tony, Nat
make a compact Joined forces, ternity, Alpha Kappa Alpha ton House Saturday night to, jamin Till mm, Lester West, Brown, GallHUlm Dwaln Va u r b n s, Michael Dames,
again, to make anothe impact! Sorority, Delta Sigma Theta help him celebrate his 16th Ruth Stubbs, Gwen Rock,Ruby Vaughns, Nick Rock, Gwen Barry, Farley Neasman, Wil-
After much deliberation four Sorority, Delta Sigma Theta birthday at a surprise party Pace, Eva Roberson, Rose Daniels, pat Campbell,Pat bert Kitchen, Joe Thomas,
point program was formulated Sorority who initiated the activation arranged for him by his sis- Reeder, Garth C. Reeves Jr, Barnes, Rosalyn, Karen Williams Jackie Humes, Alan Straughter -
which is to be ratified by of Pan Hellenic Council ter, Ra chel. The teenagers Rachel Reeves, Patricia Beverly Parks, Mar- Eric Yeager, Glenda
each afilliate. That the need at the suggestion and direc- danced until midnight and en- Styles, Pat Pompey, Linda cella De Merit t t, Rosalyn Spence, Dl'Ann Bowen, and
for cooperative venture and tion of its newly elected pres- Joyed delicious food preparedby Kelly, Karen McCray, and Smith, Gail Coachman, Donna Jestina Days.- Frank John-
the hotel management. Jerome Straughter. Bowe Carol Salter and son photo.
the willingness to help Jointly ident, Mrs. Lenora B. Smith.DESEGREGATION. ,
in the endeavor of establishing -
and projects to
bring programs about needed community ORDER UPHELD 1 TEENAGE CORONATIONThe South Dade News I

reforms was evident in the re- The Court and full reviewof
U. S. Supreme on Supreme Court
ports and discussions made by Monday upheld a federal court the integration order that third annual Miss Teen- Hurst Chapel AME Church, Rev. W. C. Edcar, pastor of
each group. Ideas expressedwere order that six Southern states was issued to Alabama, age Mt. Zion Coronation will Perrlne, Rev. W. J. Allen, Mt. Moriah Baptist Church,is
representative of pres- begin desegregating their Louisiana, Georgia, Florida, be held Friday, October 13,at pastor; Mrs. Jean H. Townsend asking the senior ushers and
ent dayobjectives Greek schools Immediately.A Mississippi and Texas by a 7:30 p.m. at Mt. Zion Baptist reporter, had inspiring senior choir to accompany him
Letter organizations as'opposed brief announcement rejected special 12-Judge Fifth Circuit Church, 301 NW 9th St. The services Sunday. The Rev. G. to Morning Star at Princeton,
to earlier practices. an appeal for hearings. Appeals Court. theme for this occasion Is Washington and his congregation Rev. Fason, pastor.
"Visions of Venus." You are rendered service, and the Mrs. Georgie Cooper left
invited to witness a glorious No. Two Choir was host to the Tuesday, Oct.10,for Memphis
STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP affair: The crowning of the regular Junior meeting.Rev. Tenn., to attend the funeral of
MANAGEMENT AND 1967 68 queen. R. H. Johnson will be her aunt, Mrs Marie Gayden.
LOOK WHO'S IN TOWN: at Hurst this Sunday morning.Let While she is making the sad
CIRCULATION People Come from other States Mss Euphrates Abbittis us not forget the budget trip home to M e m phi s,her
Statement of Ownership, to this gifted Director of Religious Educa- money. Please pray for the children will be the houseguestof
Management and Circulation man tion and Rev. Edward T. Gra- sick and shut-ins. Mr.and Mrs.Noah William. '
'required by the Act of October THE- GREAT "DOC" BUZZARD'S SON ham Is Minister Friday night, Oct. 13, the their uncle and aunt. ;
23, 1962; Section 4369; Title will be at the newair conditionedST.
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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday October 13
.. 1967 21

Spearing with.......... .. Will' The/ Stilt Gets $250,000 Contract I IWilt

Chamberlain signed up Reports say that Chamber- his ninth season in the league. plays.
t.> with the National Basketball lain earned more than
11: Association's Philadel- $200,000 last year In salary The 7-foot-1 athlete finished Chamberlain still scored -
1 phia 76ers this week for more with the ICers. He had a one- third In the league scoring 1,956 points, pa.cedthe lea:
than $250,000 -- believed to year contract for 1966-67. race after winning the title gue in rebounds with 1,957and
be the highest salary ever Chamberlain hastedthe seven straight years. He sac set a club record of 63O assists -
I BY HARRY SPEAR I paid an athlete. 'leers to the Eastern title over rificed scoring for assists and a league mark for a center
The terms of the contractand Boston and an eventual NBA rebounds In leading the 76ersto He raised his career pointto
WHAT CAN THE DOLPHINS DO TO SCOREIt Its length were not 1m me- championship victory over San a record-breaking 68 vic- over 23,000 and should hit
diately known. Francisco. Ha will be startingThe tories during regular season the 25,000 mark this year.

seem when the Dolphins are making a good drive the bottom -
falls out. At times it occurs to me, when the quarterbacl
has a good game of passing, the Dolphins receivers are eithe; Bethune Meets Allen In Homecoming Game I
running their play, or are over anxious. That's where the interceptions -

occur. I don't wish to be a coach, or a grandstand I The Bethune-Cookm.ui: Col- Wildcats, a much improved pound halfback from Miami, Beach; and Charles Branch, a
manager Take last Sunday's game, the Chiefs took advantageof t lege Wildcats, undefeated In ball club according to and Captain of the 1967 Wild- 5'10' 205 pound center from
all mistakes, and the help of the officials, which the'r two starts, will meet the Allen Jack McClairen, will useaprotype vats; and Anthony Grisby, a Daytona Beach.
capitalized on, making the Dolphins lookbadbya score of 4l' University Yellowjackets in offense with five eligible 5'10" ? 200 pound fullback from Headcoach McClairen said
0. Rick Norton's passing game was his best since his in furl r' ,
Memorial Stadium in Daytona receivers Including the Dalray Beach. Grisby, a "I expect this homecoming
last year, completing 15 of 34 for 179 yards in a performing: I Beach Saturday, October 14th. sensational Cooper twins sophomore, Is the team's game to be one of the roughest
that would have been satisfactory except for the interception i (Samuel and Daniel from Plant leading ground gainer with 120 events so far.Allen always
and the Dolphins not scoring.Then again, the Dolphins were ii I
The gala homecoming event City). yards rushing. played us hard."
good field position they wound up around the soggy part, will I Is expected to draw Bethune- Outstanding running backs
all their yards gained rushing and passing it seemed impos-, Cookman Alumni from several expected to contribute are: Leading theDefenslve unit The game will be precededby
sible for them to go down in defeat like the did. Well things I states. Allan Wilson, a 5'10' 180 will be Henry Still,a 6'0'I,270 a parade in Downtown Daytona -
like this happen. After all under better conditions things raighi t pound All-Conference tackle; Beach beginning at 10:00
have been different. They still have ten more games to provE t and Johnny Orr, a 6'0", 305 a.m. It is expected to attract
them.selves.: A couple of times the officials were out 0 f linE pound middle guard from Mia more than 15 high school and
with their whistle blowing. I had the best seat in the house by : Rattlers Get By mi, an outstanding newcomer college bands.
watching it on WCKT Channel 7 and listening to Bob Gallaghar who Is shaping-as one of the Other events Include:Coronation
the voice of WKAT. Channel 4 and Henry Barrow WIOD. Ac- top defensive lineman In B-CC Ceremonies, culmina-
cording to them the gamo wasn't as bad as the score showed Alabama gridiron history. ting Miss Alumna contest;
m it, I am not making any excuses,we know there were mistakes 45-36 Pre-Homecoming Mid-Night
made. Archie Roberts didn't look bad for his start. Sam PriceIs An added punch on the defen- Ball, Clarendon Room Day-
Improving with every game.Jack Clancy shows promise with TallahasseeFlorida a 3-0 lead early in the first sive unit will come from Alvin tona Plaza Hotel; and Alumni
his six catches for 102 yards. He led all receivers, not bad A&M University C oach Jake quarter on a 31-yard field goal Wyatt, a 5'10", 185 pound All- Breakfast meeting In the
for a rookie. Tom Beier the rookie from UM does a fine Jot. Gaither was sitting back in his by senior Horace Lovett. Conference halfback; Sylvester Charles C. Parlln Student Union
Let's get back to next week where they travel to Boston to play off ce today wondering what The Bulldogs, leading 36- Davis, a 6'2' 190 Building, BethuneCookman -
the Patriots who are improving as they go along. This could happened to his highly-touted 25 In the late minutes of the pound halfback from Pompano College campus.
be another tough game for the Dolphins.This game will be televised defensive unit, after his final period, saw the Rattlers
on.WCKT Channel 7, at 1:30 p.m. Also broadcast over Rattlers squeaked out a 45-36 overcome the 11-point deficit
WIOD at 1:15 Bob Gallaghar and Henry Barrow will be your victory over Alabama A&M with end John Eason leadingthe NEED A JOB START WORK TODAY!
announcers. College Saturday in Normal, way.
I wish to apologize for the mistake nude in mj column last Ala. NOW 2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

week thanking Joe Robbie, managing partner for the Dolphins, Eason, also an AllAmerica COOKS BUSBOYS
for allowing me to accompany the team to New York and visit! The Rattlers, ranked thirdIn last year,caught two touch DISHWASHERS PORTERSGAS
some of my family,and old time sports writers whom I worked the nation among small col- down passes late In the periodto STATION DRIVERS
with sonut 40 years ago. Once again thank you Joe. leges defense after their give the Rattlers the lead. HOTEL & HOME MAIDS LIVE IN MAID SAT
FLAGLER HAVING A BANNER SEASON first two games, saw Alabama: One pass was for nine yards
A&M make 16 first downs and from Quarterback Elroy Employment Service
and Bill Ewalt neck-and-neckforthe lead
George Fulton are 300 and Morand while the other was a
pick up yards rushing ,
Over 20 Y.or. ServIce in Miami
after the first round in Flagler's$20,000 Kennel Medley Stake toss from alter- ,
passing. The Bulldogs also seven yard
which moves into its second round Saturday night. scored five touchdowns nate quarterback Ken Riley 714 NW 62nd Street 753-7663 t
Fulton figured to be there' bouts, though O. K. Duke, Jr.,, against the Rattlers.In with only 209: remaining In the 534 N. Miami Avenue 379.8382
Ray Randle, Happy Stutz, Ken Hutchings and a few others, rat- ball game-
ed ahead of Ewalt makinghis presence in second place some- its first two games,
thing of a surprise.The Florida A&M had held its opponents Feet-foot Glen Edwardsas-
real surprise, however, was sprang by yet another vet- scoreless and limited sured the win for the Rattlersas Lincoln FieldsApartments
eran who has been around Flagler as long as the greyhound! them to a total 119 net yards. he scampered 74 yards
have. That's Earl Baxter. Alabama quarterback ;Onree from scrimmage for a touch-
Earl brought hisSheezam home in the first of the two mara- Jackson, however, picked at down with 1:01 left.
thon heats last Saturday, and when he got through countln' up the. Rattler defense for 256 RESIDENT MANAGER
his points at the end of the evening,he was, lodged in fourth yards in the air. Jackson, an The loss Saturday left the 2045 NW 62nd STREET OX 1-8862
place back of Gene Randle and ahead Jordan, Stutz, Hutch All-America last year,com- Bulldogs 2-1 for the season.It Enjoy Living in our Cool, Clean Apartmtntt
ings, Duke, Ray Randle, and quite a few others. pleted 12 of 42 passes. was also the Rattlers third 11 Offering Many Features<
The first round winners In the 5/16ths division were stutz' Florida A&M trailed the Southern Intercollegiate Ath-
Comstat and the Jordan Kennel's Cleco Roosa, who appearedto Bulldogs at halftime, 21-18, letic Conference victory this FREE GAS fREE CITY WATER
snap out of a slump in defeating Duke's Mettled by four after the Rattlers had taken year.

lengths. Tile Bathroom Free Garbage Disposal
The Flagler Course winners were Bill Ewalt's Right Sunny;
and Ken Hutchings Cleve Comrael. The latter scored his Newly Painted Refrigerator Gas Stove
off the floor to shatter Tulane 34-14 with a 27
Miami came Blinds
third straight win of the season without defeat,and licked such Washing Machines Venetian
in the second half Saturday and now is once more
point rally
good ones as Discreetly, Pranced and Southern Flame while< Free Parking Laundry Rooms
alive after losing its first two games. Should the Hurricanesbe
doing It.Winners. able to br oak their victory drought against LSU, Coach Automatic Hot Water Heater j
in the marathon events were Sheezam and Fulton'sSilent i
Charlie Tate's club will have made: an early start on their annual -
Tear and the hurdle winners were Ray DuPree'sJ CARETAKERS ON PREMISES
u 1 ere e, who appears to be back In top form. and Fleet late season charge. 1 Weekly Rates.

Dennis, who upset Duke's heavily favored eight-time winner, Though flattened seven times Ina rowbythe Tigers, Miami $18.00 1 bedroom $22.00 2 bedroom
Happed. has made a fight of it the last three times the teams have met.

HARRY'S HOT DOGS: in 1963, the Tigers squeezed through 3-0. In 1965, they foughtoff Deposit Required
a furious late rally to save a 34-27 victory. Last year's
LEBRET due any time after dropping back to Grade C. game in Baton Rouge was the closest of all, 10-8 with LSU RENTING OFFICE OPEN WEEK DAYS
CHIMER CASED, CAUDATED AND CASHED...they re from picking up all of its points in the finish.
0. K. Duke's hot new litter and should go right on up to Grade
A inshort order
OCALA MAE she's still learning her lessons but could RATTLER'S INC. TO
come through at a good price any start now.
don't on this one. She's overdue
BB'S GERTIE give up
Z EL ..a youngster who likes a distance of ground. Watch him SOUTHERN GAME
on the Glagler Course. Rattler's Inc. will sponsor
TWIN SPIN. keep an eye on him. He'll hit soon. two busses to Tallahassee for
Southern Un I. vs. Florida A &
BOXING AS I SEE IT M Univ. football gam to be Afternoon and Night

Boxing at one time, was my pride and joy to write about played Saturday, November -' J
Time and time again I wrote about the mismatches on the Beach 11th. Bus A will leave Miami
If the promoter would forget these so-called heavy weight bouts Thursday, at 11 p.m. and arrive Racing EachSaturday
and use some of the lighter we Ightf ighters they would seea in Tallahassee Friday,at
good bout if evenly matched. Take, last week's show, with 7:00 a.m
all the publicity they received including my own story The You may secure reservations ;
bout was witnessed by 3,500 fans sellout, and only lasted 50 by calling North's Travel
seconds. Then another bout lasted one round. The week before Bureau. Plan now to attend the
In the main event went the distance. game of the year and enjoy
two lighter fighters / Post Time 2 and 8 pERPLi
p.m. p.m.
fans were yourself by going up on the bus
This was the best of the year and only 1,900 fight TqT1
wise to all this without the worry of driving. A N0
In attendance. When Is the public going to get +c r
After all, a fight fan Is a fight fan. The crowds turn out for the
heavies but they neglect the smaller fighters. Therefore you
will still be seeing these mismatches. Well fight fans, take it Gef
from here. This is why I don't write too much about boxing SLICK BLACK
anymore. q DOUBLE ACTION ( A
That's not a football score. That's how the all-tinw football :2 MESSES HAIR II PlACE
series between Miami and LSU stands.The teams get togethein r c_];Ir.,& 'III' 'I'I"" <1cn:14
the den of the Tigers at LSU Saturday night.

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22 THE MIAMI TIMES Fridoy October 13, 1967

i Cabbie Delivers 7-Pound Baby GirlCab TOOTHACHE. Homes For Sale
WI.rr :J =:r'-'=
driver I Roscoe Kem- scream. three other daughters, two tofe".r, N wtrt It w.rt Mrcur It,...... I.Nel.e
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merlin had the experience of The cab driver turned mid- three and five. The father ... REAL NICE HOMES
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his life Tuesday.afternoon wife at once, "cleaned her up could not be reached for com
He picked up Mrs. Addie and put her in her mother'sarms. ment. DrB.J I. =. FHA CONVENTIONAL FINANCE
VA -
Morrison 2431 NW 43rd St., .We proceeded to the hos- ,,,, /y' ,
and she told him to rush her pital and all that howling ceased :

to Jackson Memorial Hospital. so I presumed the Job was t
Roscoe said, "I was afraidto over,' he said. '
look back.' He just drove Roscoe calls it an "enrich-
faster.A ing experience.." However, he
few minutes later he decided hopes it is the first and last RRORER
to take a look, and stop- of its kind for him He is father 1A
ping the cab, he saw a seven- of two.
pound baby girl. She began to The 23-year-oldmother has OPEN SUNDAY,

I Racial Rumors In SchoolsTo .{'$, SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTSjf'Mfat *

Be Discussed 2 bedroom CBS, forge' ,Fla r room Ill* foot f fi
fatty woterand also pump and will, for yovr"yocl< ,
Racial rumors surrounding School Board member Ted C. ';'rritove! ,. refrigerator, air conditioner Bargain at.
Dade County schools will be Slack, Classroom Teachers : /f,6q? $300 down and $59.45 o'"th" FHA'"*}f' r
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"rationally discussed' in an Association Secretary Donald '\ ;, '
open meeting of the Florida Pearce and Mrs. Lee Willard, SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS Rev. I.C. Mickin'sSALESMAN

Council on Human Relations. President of the Dade County 1995 NW 155th St. '- Opa Locka.Very pretty CBS,
The group's president,John R. PTA. Also sharing the table
like new Inside and out. Enclosed front porch, YOU MAY SELECT FROM
TJethea, said the panel discus- will be Mrs. James Parris, Fla room, jalousie windows, fenced yard. Big
sion will get underway at St. active civic group participant, bargain at $7,800, $250 down, $57.24 month, LIBERTY CITY THROUGHOUT NORTH
Stephen's Episcopal Church in along with youth group organizer DADE. CALL
FHA. Vacant, we have key. Our best buy!II :
Coconut Grove, Monday,Octo- Harvey Wallace and Ken-
ber 16, at 8 p.m. neth Walker. Walker is a Consultant ry. t r ; ,' ; ;:'' SEYMOUR M. ROTH REALTY
; ( PAYSiL( cLi'siN) Gf' t',
Bethea University of Miami at the Desegregation :. SELLER COST?
professor -- said the panel, Center located at the Univer- : .' Like, new duplex on HW 98th St. near2pth4AveJalousie jP 14570 NW( 22nd Avenue

moderated by William H. sity of Miami. I windows: ,",freshly polntedluJd out; 6813515OR
Miles, includes Dade County I larotv: U, FHA 'PriceUM.OOt; + .thJ.$35 q down
and, $73.09 month,'Vacant,' we Jim keys T '!_
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Realtors Pretty 2 bedroom CBS in Washington Park area
on HE 153rd Terr., tile roof, awning windows,
2 bedroom, CBS, priced reduced to $10,000 with hardwood floors will be freshly painted inside"
bonk terms, 2258 NW 78th Street. and out. FHA price $10,000 with $300 down an d

.$62.22 month. We have keys..Vacant.
3 bedroom CBS, like new, only $300 down with ,

one mortgage.Mortgage payment only $55.16 mo. I f:>: SELLER. PAYS ALL,CLOWS.1 CKTSJ'.ryisr \f:'

3 bedroom, CBS, oorner, FHA terms, $350 down I iBeautlfol;:; ;,\: CBS 'In' Wellington( ; Por> ;'
$88 month pays all. 13995 NW 23rd Avenue. iaYeaYon NE 151st Terrace* Carporfy.terraixo' : .
i F {floors, jalousie.. wndw| front porch! fenced
2 bedroom CBS, corner, nice neighborhood, FHA '",-'yord. FHA price $12,900 $400,down Cad J80.18
terms, 8901 NW 10th Avenue. Please call for ape |month, V pcant.. We hove fkey s.

polntment. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS Miami, Realtors

2 bedroom, CBS, convenient neighborhood fine Lovely 3 bedroom CBS home at 2355 NW 89th St.
condition with carport. $12,500 FHA with low Jalousie windows, awnings, stove, refrigerator,
down payment, 925 NW 83rd Street. 2 air cond., large lot, city water as well as well
water for yard. FHA bargain at $11,800, $400
3 bedroom, 2 baths, screen porch, CBS on large down and $78.24 month Vacant, we have keys.
corner lot. Only $450 down on FHA terms.
'' 9000 NW 9 COURT

2 bedroom CBSr very large house with extra lot. NO QUAUFYING"- RED TAPE '{ 2 bedroom, air cond., carpeting, drapes, garage.

Fenced yard, step down Flo room, carport and Lovely 2 bedroom home, large Fla room, carport; g i.p' i FHA $100 down to vets.
breeseway. Price $17,000 FHA, 2034 NW 93rd St. ', Move and refrigerator Jorge 'landscaped. > yord j' '
\ near, school, buses, shopping., .t'" ,J.1f.Bogaliot it"a 2461 NW 99 STREET
4 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS best condition, $450 $8,500 wlth$600 down "nf$75 on 1iMove"vright'in. ;' 2 gorgeous bedroom, Fla room, stove, ragging,
down, FHA, large lotquiet neighbor, 4 years old. ; : ( garage, FHA. $100 down to vets. .

Universal Real" '" NO RED TAPE NO QUALIFYINGModern 825 NW 83 STREET

2 bedroom CBS, large lot, jalousie win- 3 bedroom, refrigerator, stove, awnings, carporte,
dows, stove, refrigerator, air cond., ultra modern nicely landscaped. $100 to vets.
Estate, Inc. t I kitchen, price only $12,000, $1,000 down, takeover
FHA payments of $S6m pays all.includestaxes ( 1941 NW 88 STREET
4600 NW 7th Ave. ; : and insurance). Move right in. Extra large 'corner, 2 bedroom, huat.JLja room,
carport, $450'dCtwn FHA. Vets $100 down.:
Sonny Wright ;..-,.''r(';,."',* '" .. "' ""' : ....I;........, ..,....,..c.J.'li.\"."'...\ :j6 6401 NW MIAMI AVENUE
:,;v-- <::' NO QUALIFYING1lO RED TAPE Vf +
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\ 3 bedroom, 2 bath, corner property, beautiful.
"Modern, 3 bedr em ,CBS In beautiful new area/,I",' FHA
--- CARLJONREALTY :Terrazzo floors, jalousie windows, owning; terms.LITTLE RIVER DRIVE AREA
5stove, air conditioner, wall to wall carpeting;,:
*Bargain at $12,000 with. $1,000 down Beautiful 4 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room, screened

Psi I,o vartFHA., /.paymeritij! .}.of. 81''moa. h JpJ'L. Craver patio, ,garage Lakes,area.circular drive. $1,000 down FHA.

3120 NW 12 AVENUE
Beautiful 2 bedroom, Fla room, garage, enclosed
Live rentfree in this modern 2 b.droom'CBS home
4J 635-3777 plus 1 bedroom income apartment. car garage, front porch, vets $100 down.

has an extra shower. Appliances for both units. NO QUALIFYING HOMES
He Serves Miami FHA price $15,500 with $450 down and $93.33 'mo.

3 BEDRM 2 NO bath QUALIFYING like new prestige home, "' Mjl1Uiw'.r'' ii.i..crll..... 9440 LITTLE RIVER DRIVE
beauty. $18,000. $3450 down.,$120 mo. pays all. 1 ,2iJ <. ,.W":2'f'J:.: ; : ..1 '1: lf 2 bedroom with large Fla room, completely (urn.
.. I...... '..." I" '.o. t. : .fit'c 1ft' $2500 down. Move right in.
3 BEDRM 2 bath, liv rm, Fla rm, K din rm, ;.. "f.4.i free Ll; :.:: ;
f"ud$12,500, $1750 down, $95 month. I ";"tllri?' ...'_,.jai. 85IS NW 14 COURT

I r 1 bedroom home. $65 mojith. Fenced. Good condition.

3 BEDRM 1 Bqth, liv rm, din area, K, corner. --WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES .
$1200 down. $113 all.FHA .
$11,350, mo
CBS 2 bedrm, 1 bath, porch, carport. DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFYREALTY 1861 NW 42 STREET
$10,000, $300 down, $62.22 month.. Almost new 1 bedroom duplex. FHA terms. Total
price $11,000. $250 down.
FHA CBS 3 .bedrm, 1 bath, fenced, doublelot.

$12,000, $300 down, $75.05 month. I 2311 NW 95 TERRACE
] Gorgeous custombuilt duplex. 2 bedroom, Fla.
FHA CBS 3 bedroom, 1ft bath, tile roof, torrazto room each side, huge closets. 6 years new.
firs, fenced. $12,900, $400 down, $80.18 110.'I I
FHA CBS 4 bedrmst,2 bath corner beauty, I
extra lot.Bargain.$15,500$500 down.$96.21 mo. >M KW 7tfc AvenJn8rlSlndflys WE SPECIALIZE IN HOMES FOR PERSONS
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beauty, K, din area, liv rm, Fla rm, ut rm, cpt., TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY. YOU'RE ONLY
: xtra lot. $15,500, $2500 down. $100 mo. > PHONE CALL AWAY.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 13,1967 23 yr

HELP WANTED Air Force Bands Seek MusiciansMen I

ADS ADDING MACHINE- cated at 109 NE 5th St. Applicants -
MECHANIC in the Miami area who
Experienced, retired or semi! play musical Instruments may may telephone I
IS retired or single. Must speal be able to Join the Air Force for an appointment.
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON some English,have tools.538- with guaranteed assignment to
the Air Force band of their
ask for Art Berlin 71<
-- 3837 'Any who,. In rh* world'
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALEThe 10 p.m. daily or all day Sun choice, Sergeant Bill Randall, yew want to go"
local Air Force recruiter,an-
Part time if desired
9020 NW 9th Ct. CBS, 3 bed 3 BEDROOM beauty of beauties,3 bedroom day. nounced.To "tFT.J trl1fr

room, oak floors, central heat,, 2 bath, open Sunday 3 6p.m. 2 bath, if you are looking biz needed qualify, a musician must NO ,8OOQ .r
air-conditioned, sprinkler 1380 Little River Drive on for something unusual in Show employes be auditioned by the directorof
system, fenced yard, wall to canal, this is a bar gin for$19- decoration of Fla. room then Salary $30 $12 dally, inter the Air Force band nearesthis fIM'ftft'7iUI'EL
127 NE 1st Ave. Studio
view -
wall carpets, freshly painted. 000 total, $900 down FHA you must see this to appreciate home the Miami Air IIJ/l:6III
No closing costs, FHA $15- terms, Ben-Kori, Realtor, it FHA approved for $20,000d ( 317.Waitresses. Force Base Band at 109 NE 5

000.00, downpayment $450.00, 751-2243. by 8920 NW 8th Ave.,, St., in case of men In this area. "Yew NelghUrlwed. Tr.v elAgents"
salary $30- $7!i
$93.33 monthly. Be first Aetna then call Fenster Realty In most cases, a bandsmancan
Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th 3 BEDROOM Broker, 759-8779. dally, 127 NE 1st Ave. Stud I pick his assignment froma A.
317. ner to yw as your
St., Phone: 757-5724, open 7 Open Sunday See 8930 list of bands which have va- telephone. Give w. a cell.
days. NW 11th Ct., go to 7th Ave and closing cost. Fine home for cancies for the instrument he *. dell..,. 1104 NW 3rd
female forcom-
west on Lltte River Drive,this large family. 3 bedroom, ex- Middle-aged plays. In any event, he knows b. PR 9-1451. Ch... C.
RiverDrive- panion for elderly woman 696- Keith, M_.,.
9211 is a immaculate homo in love tra large Fla. room. May be 9684. what his a a s I g n m e nt will be

nificent three bedroom, bath, ly area, $600 down, $16,500, used as 4th bedroom enclosed before he enlists.

wall to wall carpets, delightful FHA. Ben-Kori, Realtor,751- front porch, 1 bath CBS, tile CHILD CARE Sergeant Randall said that -, ,
features throughout, cen- 2243. roof, hardwood floor, wall to while Air Force bands play
tral heat, FHA $18,400.00, No -- wall carpet,fenced.FHA$14- Child day care in my home. for music and ceremonies, HOUSE FOR RENT

closing costs, $800.00 down 1250 NW 90th ST. 000, $450 down$86 month Vetsor Your child will be given thi, each band has a marching unit, 2 bedrooms, living room,

(Vets $500)), monthly $112.89.Act Open Sunday 3-6 p.m. See this displaced persons $100 best of care. 759-8335. Indei. a concert band,, a glee club, Htchen! with stove and refrigerator
now Aetna Realty(Broker lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath cor- down. Phone now before It Is combos, a dance band and and a complete .,

), 811 NW 34th St., Phone: ner CBS, Large Fla. porch, too late. Atlantic and pacific Antioch Nursery.. various ensembles. Air Force let of cabinets. Also In-
757-5724, open 7 1 days. garage. $20,000 total, $1,000 Realtors 666-0411. ;;], bandsmen get a chance to improve eluded, 1 tile bathroom
down. FHA Ben-Korl, Realtor 1831 NW 49th St. 633-2797. their musical education, with hot and cold water,

1310 NW 88th St., CBS, huge 3 751-2243. by 144 too, through instruction in clothes and linen closets
bedroom 2 baths Florida Drive NW 45 St. Then located
conducting, ear-training, Venetian' blinds,
room, built-in kitchen, air- 4 BEDROOM phone 666-0411 for appoint POSITION WANTEDwill sight-singing, and vocal and throughout house. This

conditioned and heat, the very 2 bath, large Fla. room,large ment. 2 beautiful, CBS houseson instrumental techniques. home includes a private

best for FHA value of$21- Fla. room, save $2,000 on 1 lot. No qualifying. Take do light typing myhomi t Sergeant Randal urged Interested carport and utility room,
000.00, No closing costs, $1- price $990 down, call for details over 1 FHA mortgage already quick efficient service. Cal I musicians to contact with automatic washIng .

200.00 down, (Vets $750)), Ben-Kori, Realtor,any- placed. $110 month pays all. Mrs. McCrae 633-4330. him since bandsmen vacancies machine ,plus air cond.
$127.00 monthly.A real dreamsee time 751-2243. Rear house turn. Atlantic and are limited. His office is lo- and beautiful/ lawn with

today.Aetna Realty(Broker Pacific Realtors. MISCELLANEOUS shrubbery. Adults only.

), 811 NW 54th St., Phone:; $295 takes 1960 Impala con- This house rents for $25.00per

757-5724, open 7 days. vertable, red Chevrolet,ra- "No qualifying" This large, LADIES: Without previous The farmer receives an week and can be
dio, rear speaker,heater.Call large, CBS 2 bed home, Just perience you can earn $3 01 average of 38 cents of each seen Saturdays and Sundays -
810 NW 83rd Terrace, CBS, 3 after 5. 531-7539. done over in and out Fla. more per hour in your spare t dollar spent by consumers on at:

bedroom, tile roof, A-l con- room, central air condition, time. We train you. Call T.L,, food,'according to the Agricultural 2318 NW 66th Street

dition, No qualifying,move today HOME PLUS INCOME reverse cycle, garage, extra King, 633-6682 evenings 5:3C I Department.
total price $13,500.00,, Will sell cheap. Must have large utility in rear big lot! 9:00 p.m.Parties .
take over$11,500.00 mortgage $3,000 cash. Fenced Don't miss it.
$88.00 monthly pays every- 9496992.Oct.. 20 Drive by 1950 NW 55thSt,then dull hum drum? Add DAVISWINDOWS

thing. We can set up downpaymen call Fenster Realty PL 9-8779 real zip to your gathering with

to suit your budget, why, Drive 4530 NW 168th Ter. real live entertainment. Con- DOORS
rent when you can own this: then phone 887-0403 to see Waterfront, FHA approved, 3 tact me in person or by maUl

beauty. Aetna Realty(Broker), gorgeous 3 bedroom, 2 bath, bedroom home. Magnificent Al Hayes 828 NW 2nd Ave. JALOUSIE GLASS SOLD
811 NW 54th. St., Phone: 757- CBS with central beat,carpet- Florida room, garage, fenced Oct. 28 I
5724, open 7 days. ing, car porte all rooms, yard. $600 down a terrific deal WINDOW GLASSINSTALLED HUNG
oversize. FHA terms$550 Drive by 9310 Little River Dr. Young lady desires room in REPAIRED.

19541 NW 38th A v e. 3 bedrooms -, down(Vets $200)). You will fall then call Fenster Realty, home of elderly religious
2 bath, ultra-modern I in love with this one.Call Gre- (broker) PL 9-8779. couple, In the vicinity of 12th

kitchen, central heat, CBS, Nc I gor Realty, broker (8870403)HOUSE ) Avenue and 56th St.NW or 15th 696-4077 8523 NW 22 Ave
qualifying total price$16.500 FOR RENT Ave. and 60th st.NW.Call 696-

Terms to'suit you,this one you FOR SALE 6423. Ask for Annie, after 5
Wanted: Lady to share apt.
must see, call Aetna Realty p.m.
single. $8 week. Call 635-
Broker 811 NW 54th st. SHOPPING per
phone 757-5724, open 7 1 days. $350 DOWN 7626 after 6:30 p.m. PERSONALSingle

Large 4 bedroom CBS home Widowed Divorced
FHA $350 down, $10,500prici 2 BEDROOMCARPORTE
partly turn. Near Edison High.
$82 pays all. 3 bedroom,CBS, EXTRAS FREE WRITE
terrazo floors, walk to buses DRIVE BY 2432 NW 80th ST. Owner DADE COUNTYINTRODUCTION
and stores. Mike Scatton ROSE REALTOR 667-8988 CE 'rER AFTER 2 P. M. SUNDAY
Realty PL 1-9784. 2 bedroom CBS Duplex $26.00 P. 0. Box 1088 Main office

'52 Ford panel truck handy for 1 bedroom CBS Duplex $17.00 Miami Florida 33101 39 NW 38th STREET
2 bedroom CBS House $25.00
$400 down, FHA, duplex, 102 hauling and locking up equip- POOL HOME
2 bedroom House, large yard clean home with two Fla rooms. 2 reverse
pays all. CBS, terrazo floors,, ment. Best offer. Ph. PL 4- Large
close in near everything. Mike 7671. $25.00 nice 1 bedroom Duplex cycle'air conds. and beautiful I pool on adjoining)

Scatton Realtor PL 1-9784. $19.00.DEPOSIT lot Alto I has cottage for rental or additionalroom
REQUIRED Hove The Miami Times
Home owner. Charming South for your teenagers or would make lovely ca-
LIBERTY RENTAL AGENCY delivered to your house by bonna when entertaining. No qualifying. Owner
Brand new black robe,cap and Dade off Colonial Drive $1800
stoll $10.00. Call 691-7858 cash. $103 month, 2 bedroom, 2020( NW 62nd ST. moil every week for only will hold the mortgage. You can't beat this I

day Saturday and Sunday,wee;. 1 bath, carport. Daytim 3.Sunday Ph. 633-7809 $5.00 per year Reduced to $14,500. 2 lots ((100x100)).

days after 4:30. Tuesday otherwise p.m.
Room in private home with
445-6044. pleasant home like atmos- DRIVE BY EDISON TO SEE
2 beauties 1 lot. Live
--- phere for right working lady, $500 Down
in other one, rent free to Rent off mort from INCOME' PROPERTY Phone 691-0425. No qualifying or closing cost ((1)I ) CBS, 3 bedroom, 2 bath home plus Fla room
enough pay WITH STE\DY JOB 1457 NW 50th Street on beautiful lot. $350 down FHA. Near
gage. Front home, 2 bedroom and good credit buy this lovely; Large room porter 2 settle Lovely C8S, Vacant. schools and buses.

bath, Fla. room, carport 2 bedroom home plus 1 bed- men to s h a r e or husband and ((2)) 3 bedroom CBS homo, fenced yard, awnings,
Rear house 1 bedroom Fla.
room rental and live RENT wife Ph. 634-4257, 1400 NW $600 Down FHA takes $1500 cash down. FHA mortgage already
room, turn.Fenced yard. Mast! FREE. Ranges, refrigerators,, 46th St.House 2625 NW 120th Street placed. No qualifying.

see! FHA $500 down $96 mo. air-condition, double garage. Lovely 3 bedrra, 2 baths ((3)) 5 units. Consisting of 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,

Atlantic and Pacific Realtors Only $200 down. Let's talk or rooms for refined CDS, Fla room screenedpatio home, 2 bedroom home, duplex and cottage, t'-I''

666-0411. business. 1901 NW 88th Terr. couple or gentlemen. For information near Dad. Jr. 'Col plus vacant lot. Approximately 1 acre all to*
come to 2295 NW 93 lege. No closing c _t. gether. Near 36th St. & 12th Ave. $27,500 -
Beautiful 2 bedroom, 1 bath,
$82 MONTHNo Terr. terms.
large Fla. room, CBS, car- qualifying. Drive by 1'175 $400 Down ((4)) Lovely CBS duplex, 2 bedrooms each sldo.
port, tile roof,hardwood floor,, $98 Month Pays ,All
NW 42nd St., nice 2 bedroom Would like elderly lady to live FHA terms.

Must seel! FHA $450 down $83: CBS, Fla room, rear fence., in as part of the family with No closing costs ((5)) CBS duplex, very nice, 2 bedroom* one side,
month. Veterans or displaced 8720 NW 14th Avenue
$900 down, $7500 total, real working mother, will pay $60 1 bedroom other side. No qualifying. Neerouroffice.
person $100 down, Cloe to bargin, A. Ben-Korl, Realtor month. 691-0498wAfter 5p.m. Nice CBS on large cor lot. .
bus, school and shopping. Atlantic ---------------
and Pacific Realtors 751-2243. $22.50 week. :3 bedroom $500 down WE HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES, FHA

6660411.No $73 MONTHNo unfurnished home. 2398 NW' No No closing Qualifying cost TERMS AND NO QUALI FYING.

3 bedroom qualifying, nice 2 bedroom 61 St. 1720 NW 30th Street YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHAHOMES FOR
qualifying. CBS, Fla room,corner lot nice Nicely furn. 2 bedroom, 2 $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
1 bath CBS carport
largeyard, take,over one FHA, area, $1500 dOw,ontyl1OOO Lovely room in convenient location bath, air cond.lOOOdownNoQuallfylnj. DISPLACED AND IF YOU QUALIFY.WE .
total. Call for location. A. nice middle age lady
mortgage already placed $83 I Ben-Kori, Realtor, 751-2243. preferred. Call 751-0294. $ ARE SURE WE HAVE WHAT YOU ARE
month pays all. Atlantic and 1115 NW 38th Street LOOKING FOR, COME IN TO SEE US.

Pacific Realtors 666-0411 Open house: Open Sunday 2p.m. 6 4 bedrooms, (furn. home. OPEN ALL DAY 'SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
-$250 1220 NW 88th St. Owner 3 lots for church or bull Hurryl) This will sell 1'.
DOWN bed 2 bath FHA n... fast.
$118 MO. NO QUALIFYING anxious, 3 Corner l lots for duplex. Lots '
with carpet, a big hom9 CALL JOAN EDISON RtAtTY Realtors
1< 2 bedroom CBS, family room, Priced right, so 75x100. Price $1,500. Income 693.2577ALLAPATTAH '
; fenced yard, kitchen equipped I carporte. property f
1811 NW BY 32nd OWNER STREET terms.come by Fenster Sunday Realty to discuss(Broker Need 1340.money? Baron 538- Realtors 633-0426 REALTY 175, Hm 62nd St 7 14441CLASSIFIED

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24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 13, 1967 __ ..

I Miami To Honor "Mad Genius Ernie SeilerGreater PTA Launches Membership Drive _

The PTA of Miami North- being sent to parents throughthe of their children mere nave
Miami will turnoutin officials from Miami, Miami international attention on the western launches its annual students' hom erooma. been many Innovations at
full force Oct. 29 to honor Beach, Coral Gables'';and Greater Miami area" membership drive at its sec- Dies this year have been low Northwestern, and many fine
Ernie Seiler, the impresariowho Metropolitan Dade County in Sheffey also noted the millions ond monthly:>> routine in the ered to 50 cents in the hope things are being planned for
catapulted the Orange honoring Seiler. of dollars which the festival school's auditorium on Mon of enrolling more parents. the coming year. The PTA is
Bowl Festival from a depres- Lawrence Sheffey,presi- has pumped into Miami's day, October 16, at 8:00p.m. parents are urged to work stressing the need for more
sion-born football game to the dent of the host Miaml-Dade economy and the tremendous Mombership envelopes are with the school in the interest parents and interestedcitl-
world's greatest mid-winter County Chamber of Com amount of publicity it has gen- Lens.
spectacle. merce, said, "It is a singular erated.He .
honor for this organization to credited Seller's dedication -
Tickets are now available
be provided the opportunity to for the festival's continue
for the testimonial festivities,
Join with others in ed success.
which are scheduled to beginat
long overdue appreciation to Chamber officials antici-
6 p.m. in the Grand Ball- NEW CARFINANCING
room of the FontainebleauHotel. Earnest E. Seiler.. pate a capacity crowd and urge
He added that the Orange those interested to make res-
Bowl Festival has"focused ervations as soon aspossMe.
The "Mad Genius/ as
Seiler affectionately know.,
is marking his 67th birthdayand SEWING MACHINE
his 37th consecutive yearas
executive vice president of "REPAIR SPECIAL"In &I-1 Mflke*
ohe Orange Bowl Committee.
Your Home : a
Reservations are required
for the informal dress dinner. Adjust t*vi0"nsOec.lc

Tickets, at$12.50 perperson,
can be obtained by writing the all Wiring; .
Sports Corn m it tee,Miami- "
I Year Guarantee ;
""'-Dade County Chamber of Commerce \. ,
Suite 900, 330 Bis- BROWARD & 'M'oH>ls /, 1/2 % .
vayne Blvd., Miami,or by calling -
t the Sports Committee at CALL COLLECT 634-624! 4 < \., : .i',I", :
t 377-4711. Tables will be re- ... .'; .".,'.,,"
'; served for parties of 10. <," : ...,! "
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,Celebrities, dignitaries and ,. \,/ ," L ....
community leaders will Join ,
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Orchard Villa Elementarywill Wholesale r
observe American Edu-
cation Week, November 5-9.
There will be special devotional Meat &
services each morning
centered around the theme I rLincoln
'How Good Are Your Schools" Provisions

Open house will be held No- / /
vember 5, at 2:30.All parentsand / /
friends in the Orchard BILLY HEATH, PROP.

Villa visit Community the school.are invitedto Meat Purveyors To is YOUR Bank. Use Iff'

chairman of the American SCHOOLS & INSTITUTIONS IN SOUTH FLA
.Education Week and Mrs. High Quqlity.I In
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