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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 28, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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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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42nd. Year, No 13 MIAMI FLORIDA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1964 16 PAGES 10 CENTS

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W. Matthews, 0 p a- Negro law partnership In Miami
to transfer Principal way" i locka municipal judge, was with attorney Harold- Braynonu
Frank T. Rivers of West Dun- Rivers was "a very fine per- named an assistant U. S. attorney He becomes the ninth assis-
bar Elementary School back to son In the wrong slot," he said. Lee Tapped For for Southern Florida tant to U.S. Attorney Wllllami
life old jolt as visiting teacherwas Since the opening of the school! Friday the first Negro. to hold A, Meadows Jr., for the twelve;
protested by about 75 parents at 750 NW 20th St. on March 1, Highest UM HonorAll such a Job In the south. counties making up the South-

of the pupils. 1902, Rivers has been principal. members of the Class of Matthews, 32, who has practiced ern District of Florida
Led by A. D. Moore of CORE But Matthews said ho
was on 1055 of Booker T. law In Miami since 1958,
the parents angrily marchedto )probation, and Is to choose by School are asked WashingtonHigh to Is a native FloridIan who serv- Vice-Chairman of the Municipal -
meetat
Lindsey Hopkins Education Dec. 4 whether he would remain the school ed three with the U S. : Court's Committee of the
Monday Nov. 30 years
,
Center, and pointed out that or accept the visiting at 8 o'clock In 111 Army's Second Armored DivisIon Dado County Bar Association,
they thought there are racial teacher post. room before taking his Matthews\ lives! with his wife.
Implications In the demotion of Rivers said he made the choice tice here. up prac- Hazel, a 1 Dado County schoolteacher
the principal.One and that Wednesday was to be Killers of Woman at 16350 NW 18th PI.,.
of the parents said: his last day at the school His Jeweler He recently formed the first Opa-locka.
"When principals are remov- salary will be the same for the IndictedThe ,.. .
A
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.. graduate of Florida
ed from white schools of the Dade .:. I. :'\,
they rest An
go v ear. acting grand Jury returned ( ," ; A&M L School, Matthews
up: and when they're removed principal will be appointed.The first degree murder Indictments .;t!''' took his a oath w of office Monday

from Negro schools they go delegation demanded a Tuesday against Harry 9r before U. S. District JudgeDavid
down" B, Wllllford. 30 and )\
Henry
conference with Supt Joe Hall W, Dyer
Wesley W Matthews district that has been set for Dec 8. Jenkins Jr., 28 for the Aug. 29
superintendent said this was killing of Mrs. Helena Blelow
not true "they can go either I (Hf't' story on back .page) in her Jewelry store.
Williford was sentenced to wlr,
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Raiford Sept. 4 for seven yearson q 4
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Not ,one but eight beautiful girls, headed by Miss kins a rolfbery conviction. Jen-
was arrested
on
FAMU of 1964-65, Geneva "Knowles, will be in Miami arm holdup and admitted a strong, police ARGUMENT r

next week for the annual Orange Blossom Classic Dec. 5 said, being Involved In the aA Woodrow
Simpson) 40yearold -
killing, but blamed
Wllllford
and festivities
pre-game the cement finisher, faced mur-
Geneva, the daughter of the Rev. and Mrs G. H. for Mrs. actual Dlelow shooting! shot I" l' der charges Saturday In Mb: 0
was
once .
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Knowles, of Deerfield, and the seven other girls who are In the chest. She was found ,, slaying of a boarder

her attendants or queens in their own right, will ride in gagged lying face down behind James K. Twlggs I :35.)! of '1400

parades on Friday and Saturday and appear at the game. store, a Webster's display counter In the NW 58th St., was slain{ police

The queen's attendants are Alonzetta Tinker of The trial will be Jewelry held before wild, after an argument with

Shreveport, La., and Sandra Cooper of Tallahassee. Other Circuit Judge Henry L. Dala- Simpson.!

queens here with Queen Geneva are Wilma Smalls of ban Detective Dennis\ Walking
Jacksonville Miss Senior Alberta Miami. HornlcUlo\ llureau, eats j
Brown of Ft. Myers
', TURKEY WAY CLABB1O I TwlRgs[ yeas returned' home by
.., Miss Junior; Constanza Johnson of Tallahassee, Miss Hooker T. Wnfthinjrton 20 two companions after n drinking -
Sophtttnore ; Jackie Nickson of Tampa, Miss Freshman, Miami Northwenf! 10 + (CJH Federal Post f bout The fight followed.

and Margaret Nixon of Jacksonville, Miss ROTC. /

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I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI: FLA,
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Criticism Against FBI



.i. Chief Mounts; May QuitWashington

:A.M: st11911 yr
.1- FBI DirectorJ. I tire at the end of the year,
I Edgar Hoover smarting The Chocago Sun-Times said;
jnder a mounting tide of criticism "Most Americans have cometo
may resign on Jan. 1, have a high regard for Hoover. -
were shocked when
according to informed Wash- Many
the director assailed Dr. Kingin
ington sources. Intemperate language He'd

.. (" Hoover has stood almost be better advised to take criticism -
I I.u1" r alone since making a three- in Its strides and let his
J hour speech in which he hurl record speak for Itself*"

,". .. ... ed acid cliticisms at Dr Martin
-- Luther King Jr, the Warren
Commission and U. S. Judges,
I Including Rome members of the

kT' : Supreme Court.

M A The largest storm arose over

_. .__ ___ .. his! statement against/ Dr. King
whom he called "the most notorious
liar in this country."
FRANKLIN FEDERAL ANNOUNCES

In a calm rebuttal, Dr. King
denied that he had crlticzed
FBI action in civil rights casesbecause
HUGE EXPANSION PROGRAMA
as Hoover charged -
the agents were southerners.

smoke-stained Miami land- panelling and a wide spectrumof I the president of Shafer and The civil right leader expres-
mark, the C. H. Lynn Foundryand textured fabrics will blendto Miller, Inc., building contrac- s sed sympathy:: for Hoover, and
: Machine Company, 105 N\V give the lobby a cool casual tors, South Miami, and is a declined to engaged "in a putf-
Fifth Street, is destined to disappear atmosphere. Dramatized lightIng highly regarded civic and busi- lic debate with him." He even A, N
. from the Miami scene- will accent key work areas. ness leader. Earlier this year, praised Hoover's record of ser-
Joining the old F.E.C, rail roo{I Trip Russell, Franklin Federal he was appointed to the vitally vice to the country. "..
station and other ramshaklt architect, staed, "The struc- important Metropolitan Dade I
relics of a bygone era in April ture has unusual character andIs County Community Relations Observers of the Washingtonscene
'by Branklin Federal Eavings & strongly modeled with col- Board The racial peace and un- were shocked bv Hoover's ?
1965, when it will be repla- umns projecting boldly from derstanding that currently outbust, since the FBI chief,I ,
Franklin Federal Savings and the face of the building, contin- exists In South Florida Is largely who reaches the mandatory retirement i ?
Loan Association's new quarer uing vertically 25 ft. and bend- attributed to the work o f age on Jan 1, has
of a million dollar facility Ing across the top of the building this Board been extremely quiet on such 1 taKe this method of thank-
Ground breaking Is expected In In a "croquet-wicket" design Frankln Federal Savings and Ing the so many friends who
early December. ." The first floor facade Loan Association's promotional issues. who were so kind and consid-
will be faced with ceramic ven- activities have been oriented However, Presient Johnsonhas erate to me while bedded In
The beautiful two-story, 6,000 eer in pastel earth color ranges to encompass a wide programo issued an executive order the hospital as result of an accident -
squre ft. contemporary struct- with the center bay area con- f community improvement which will permit Hoover to The hundreds of cards
ure with provision for additional taining a 3-V4 ft squre windowof projects. A case i n point: It stay on.Reaction. I and the many flowers were
floors, was designed by tinted, heat-resistant glass. has become an institution for against the nation'schief gratefully appreciated.
Miami architect, T. Trip Rus- law enforcement officer Thanks also the St. James
The second and all future internship under a special I go
sell The building falls neatly pro- came from all over the world,
AME Church its and
floors will be curtain wall con- gram conducted by Bethune- pastor
into the "Magic City" down- struction with porcelain finished Cookman College of Daytona including Communist sources. members. Such thoughtfulness
borderIng The :\eYork Times was especially -
town renewal pattern, -
will be
panels for ease of mainte- Beach This unique program Is ever appreciated.
the special tax district provided nance and lasting beauty. En- expected to be expanded duringthe disturbed and suggested I Sincerely,
In the plan. trances will have a 13 ft, widex next few years. that he be allowed to re- Albert C. Smith

Bill Miller Franklyn Federal 4 ft. projected cantilever canopy So that It may cope efficiently -
president and chief executive Main entrance wall will be with specialized problems of PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE
officer stated "We feel that marble flanked on one side the community, Franklin Fed- WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTYI
Franklin Federal Js rendering highlighting a recessed bronze eral Savings and Loan Associa-
a double service to the com- plaque. I tion has Its own Citizen's Advi- Ea,o co, CUSTOM MADE

munity-one, In its service as a Other features include a spec- sory Council, energetically directed 5 PLASTIC FURNITURE JJ
federally chartered financial by school principal, Nelson -
ially designed vault with 18"
Institution and, two, its utili- reinforced walls roof and floor I Adams. Through this faci- SLIP COVERS
,
zation of the property for pri- lity, members of the profes-
built to sustain six-hour fire
vate enterprise Instead of allowing a sions, clergy and business become CRYSTAL CHAR !
attack. The massive 10thick HIAVT OAUGI P t
; it to be absorbed Into the Association's
"strong LONG LASTING
carbon steel vault door has i
the downtown urban renewal right arm," and from an active HRI MSISTAKT;
project with costs falling builtIn protection against explosives and Integral of FULLY
and torch. This unus- part FranklinFederal's GUARAHTHDUUU _'' ,,,,
squarely on the shoulders of dally activities advising
-
ual vault facility will contain i it
.
local taxpayers. The financial the Association
bank storage and safe deposit on specific WORM**. s as a oss
facility will effect new increased boxes. community matters pertaining SNIP AND L
tax revenues for the city to the Increase of Moth sav- : AIULNUM
and county through better land Franklin Federal's new location ings and mortgage portfolios. UPPERS FAtI ISTIMAIIIS O
utilization and property Im- CUSHIONS
will place it in a sectionof AIR VENTft SPECIALIZING CAU
provement. the community where It can EVERY NITE! FIN MTTIN IN PLASTIC DAY OR
lie reached from all parts even ... SLIPCOVERSEXCLUSIVELY NIGKTPHONI
Unusual building features include The Hammond Organ Is back_ ,
a second floor 'hospitalityroom though the new expressway Every nlte at the Satellite
or convention area for system separates the Immediate Lounge. FREDDIE GRANT
entertains -
102 people-a much-needed civic community into four relatively on the Hammond Organ .. House ot Grctchen Wl! 7-5096
and professional meeting area Isolated parts. In addi- Never an admission.
!for the downtown community's tion, it provides expressway SATELLITE LOUNGE Formerly Gretchen-Nichola Plastic Covers
convenience for Franklin Federal
clubs and Miami based conventions -
This will be available at customers with quick, easy 6222 N.W. 7th Avenue
access to NW Fifth Street Mil
to recognized nonpolitical
no charge -
nonprofit groups. A ler stated, "The new location "Out of This World" JOHNNY WARE:

bank of five attorneys' offices will increase the ,Association's Invites all of hit
friends to in
and accompanying conferenceroom effective marketing area, mak- come and drive the all
also located on the second ing available thousands of new OLD MOTHER new spectacular 1965 Rambler. He promises large
floor, will facilitate real accounts located in the Imme- savings on any new or used car.
estate closing and expedite diate downtown area and those, HUBBARD WENTTo
home and business loan activi normally travelling to and from ;
ties. work utilizing NW Fifth Street fr. '1 Special Sale!
and the expressway system, The CUPBOARDand r '
Important to the new stream- who would like to take advantage M.t '
lining operation I is the drive-up of the two-minute found It bare. Hut why? 64 Ramblers
teller window with approachesfrom drive-up window service." Nagging backache could have
either NW 1st. Court or been the cause. It is hard to $ $ Save Hundreds $ $
from NW fifth Street Franklin I Founded and chartered 1 n work when pain of backache Is
Federal Is the only Savings and October, 1962, Franklin Federal severe and constant. When kid-
All models all colon
Loan Association In the down- Savings and Loan Association I neys aren't functioning properly ,
town Miami business district to Is the only integrated federally poisons accumulate In the
have his convenient customer chartered Savings and Loan system. Flush out these poisons Save' $200 or more on all
facUlty "It has been designed," Association In the nation. StartIng with famous "7-20" formula
Miller said, "so that all trans- with assets of $865,000., and feel "like a million" again -: used cars
actions, both savings and loans, Franklin Federal has grown to "7-20" Is a mild, effective diuretic
can be completed In less than $1,089,515. as of June 30, 1964. to the kidneys and hladder, TfI' COMPARE! COMPARE!
two minutes and the customer It currently serves more than It Is compounded like a doc.
never has to leave 'his car" 3,300 savings accounts and a tors prescription to give fast
Provision has been made to mortgage loan protfolio of approximately relief. Get a bottle amazing MIAMI'S: OLDEST RAMBLER AGENCY
add an additional drive-up tel- $3million.. As "7-20" today and start back on
ler window when Increased of June 30th, the average size the road to good health. Always
activity warrants this expan savings account was 1133.00, sold on a money-back guarantee. VENETIAN RAMBLER
sion.The and the average size mortgageloan A product of McPhail Law-
main lobby area will be was $9,400.00. Franklin oratories. In liquid or tablets. 545 N.E. 15th
flanked by a battery of teller Federal's savings accounts are HARLEM STREETMIAMI
windows, and a low counter insured by the Federal Savingsand 1400 NW 3rd DRUGS Ave. END OP VENETIAN CAUSEWAY
sit-down check desk designedto Loan Insurance Corporation -
accommodate a number of to $10,000., and the Associ -11- 18 years at till BUY WITHCONFIDENCE
customers at the same time- ation's current rate J and J DRUGS Location FR 7-8831
this Is unique to the Industry. year, paid and compoundquaterly. 1410 N. W. 62nd. Street

Luxuriously appointed, the entire -11- LOWEST PRICES FINEST SERVICEINDP
lobby will b e carpeted. TROPICAL PHARMACY
Brightly colored wall accents, Miller, in addition to his 300 Grand AT*.
rich walnut and pecan wood savings and loan activities, is INDP



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Sunlight School PromOn and Graduation Tops

Classic Tickets Go
I Friday, Nov. 13 the 20th speaker, he gave an inspirational
On Sale Here annual prom of the Sunlight'I 1 I \ : address to the graduating -

Tickets for the 32nd annual School of Cosmetology was I class.
given at the beautiful Island ,
Orange Blossom Classic betweenthe Club The main events of the I I| Representatives from the
nation's top Negro collegiate state and city hoards of cosmetology -
evening were the crowning of I i
football teams on sale I
Yg po gave brief remarks.
Miss Sunlight 1001-05.( Miss
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Monday, November 23rd at 25
Airs Gloria Green awarded the
Susan Tinker of Nassau
In South Florida. The was I
outlets
diplomas. There were friends
I
the winner. The
runners up I
is Dec. 5.
game I who competed} for the title were and visitors throughout the
Mrs. Patricia Johnson 4th state, the Bahamas and other
I This year's game will once place;
r ncrain feature the high-stepping Mrs. Althenla Robinson, 3rd; West Indies islands:

l Florida A&M University MarCh-\ Mrs. Catherine Hall 2nd. Due to Rev. McDowell's, (pas,
ing: Band, with the \ Orchids to Mrs. Johnnie Mae tor of the church) absence
being; the Rattlers of Florida Harris who modelled and made RolJert Wright officiated
A&M. An ndded attraction will some of the beautiful dresses
: M R be the appearance of Olympic'' fashioned for the show, and On behalf of Sunlight Beauty
e sprint star and double Barbara Bailey, who rendered School wo gratefully thank the
Gt"o Medal winner Hobby iDiyes In I interpretive dances and fash- pastor, officers and membersof
rn (
a Rattler uniform. Hayes, of ions. the church of the Open Door,
Jacksonville, will 1 1 start as a the of IVTW PTA,
Sunday, Nov. IB climaxed the president
halfback. grand occasion held at the Archie Ayers, the honor guards
Tickets are priced at $.1.50, Church of the Open Door, Mrs. of BTW high school; for posting
$350, and $2.50 and may be obtaIned Gertrude ShIpp was mistress of the colors' Mrs. Hlolse n.'I .
at the following locations ceremonies .1. R. Taylor gave Kemp, organst, Mr. F. Johnson,
n this area: brief remarks and Dr. I. P Davis -I'I the photographer end the pub-

Roosevelt Savings and Loan introduced the guest! speaker lic for making this occasion a
Freedom
FMC
Contagious, Speaker StatesSt. Assn., 0015 N. W. 7th Ave, Carl Bishopric. A dynamic I success

Augustine, "Freedom Is of Jacksonville, for the third I Miami North Travel Dureau,
contagious you cannot live successive 1101 NW 3rd Avenue Miami
year.
among free people without Several hundred church delegates Grand Drugs, 3010 Grand Ave., SATURDAY NOVEMBER 28, 1964 PAGE 3 .\
wanting to be free yourself" from all parts of the Coconut Grove CommunityDrug THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI PtA.T'L ', Vnrfjnrjrjrtrrfwsw
This was the essence of the state attended the gathering, Store, 0750 NW 15th Ave., I
eighth annual Donation Day which heard words of welcome 1 g-T f_. _gJT- emrvrinrsuryffTTT"'*f-tt.-g.s.a ririnryT.gJJJJjrjr.gir.llr.lt'd
address delivered a t Florida from Dr. D. If Puryear, clhoc- I, '
Memorial College here Nov. 17 tor of Internship at FMC, and '' I
by Mrs. Mabel E. Lee public Patricia Simpkins, ntesklent of 41 'q
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school teacher from Bonlfay, I the student council. I :r'T /
The Florida Memorial College
Fla.Declaring that "Christian education choir offered a number of selections \ :
means more than mere in the course of the
general education," the speaker day's program, which was
went on to say, "General education closed with words of appreciation ,
teaches man how to from Dr RV, Puryearr -- ,
live harmoniously together --
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Christian education enables
him to do so." .:F' )t l h i? ri'd _.1 "
An annual tradition at FlorI- 1 ryr"NEWCAR

da Memorial College, Donation 3h1h ..'
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Day Is Jointly sponsored bv the :tt-" ; -"' -, 4,4t 0 IJ,
Women's auxiliaries of FMC's ,-..,
three constituent state Baptist
conventions. Mrs. Susie C. Hol- .4' ,
ley is president of the General
Baptist auxiliary, Mrs. Annie GOT THE FEVER?
I3rlR ham< presides over the f

M&E group. I .}
The total sum raised by this

year's the crown campaign as Donation was 8302.82 Day, ,SI ; I II II II We've got the cure!

Queen, for having raised the I
largest portion of this sum, going A low-cost easy-payment car loan from
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General Baptist area chairmanDugie's J t, '" Lincoln National
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house of umwual room "
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; ,' f' 2. We will okay your loan quickly
NE 4-3851 l-iJ.. J. :I?."
Open 24 hours :; -" '
w and with no red tape. Our 1 loan

Seeing !. Beliermg Tony Armbrister r ,'f policy is very liberal we wantto

See us for clean rooms Wins AwardTony make loans.

Jamaica Duffle always1 a Armbrister, 10, a leader i +Y 3. Interest can be as low as 4J/a# on
in Dade Youth Council, a
friend project of Welfare Planning a new car, and payment for as

2941 NW 47th St., Miami. I Council, hase received a Council merit I'm J. D. Mack, head long as 36 months the lowest
the Dairy
atvard from
of South Florida. teller. Just come In and payments possible. We also make

JOBS 1 ask for nw, and I'll be loans on used cars up to 5 years
To ny, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Male and Female Leo (Violet) Armhrlster, Is a glad to hrlp you." old.
senforin North Dade Senior
Finest domestic and com- High :'","hool. He cochalrmansa I

mercial. jobs in the Miamiarea. which commai**'t Stud teenagetor develop LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK

various
ALSO prtlgrams ln ::1 OF MIAMI
nelghborio\'XIii to meet those
(Excellent domestic open areas' neinh". He U chaplain of e First fully! Integrated bank In the entire Southeast-
in New York and net a trumpet player
ings now his class a
Connecticut with North Lade Band. right here In the Edison Financial Center

6013 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 759-4431
Transportation advanced The Dairy Cc uncll has a con- a

Burlang Associates torious tinuing program to'//pJe honor in meri-Dade I .."1&1,,. hwr ',30..2 pm Mott.,Tu.t.,W4. Cloud Thurt..In order to
young Pl
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY County. Nominatl onart CKaasbi b. ep'n FrL 9i30 o....2 p" Gild 5 p t.0 pm> .|M Sot.9 .m.noon.
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PACE 2 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2S, 1&64 I


I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. .

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r i n .. ; Chief Mounts; May QuitWashington

FBI DirectorJ. tire at the end of the year,

Edgar Hoover, smarting The Chocago Sun-'limeaid'
tinder a mounting tide of criticism "Most Americans have cometo
may resign on Jan. 1, have a high regard for Hoov-
I according to Informed Wash- er Many were shocked when
the director assailed Dr. King
sources.
ington In Intemperate language He'd

r Hoover has stood almost be better advised to take criti-
N Jr y I alone since i making a three- cism in Its strides and let his

1 :Mir 114 e I hour speech In which he hurled record speak for itself'
..'" ,I. .. .. ..,__ I acid clltlclsms at Dr. Martin
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whom he called "the most notorious -
liar in this country" '
FRANKLIN FEDERAL ANNOUNCES "

In a calm rebuttal, Dr. King
denied that he had crltlczed } '" t4rii
FBI action In civil rights cases
HUGE EXPANSION PROGRAMA
because as Hoover charged -
the agents were southerners.The .

smoke-stained M iaml land panelling and a wide spectrumof the president of Shafer and
I civil right leader
mark, the C. H, Lynn Foundryand textured fabrics will blendto I :Miller, Inc., building contrac- sed sympathy for Hoover expres-, and
: Machine Company 105 NW give the lobby a cool, casual tors, South Miami, and is a declined to engaged "In a public -
Fifth Street, Is destined to dis- atmosphere. Dramatized lighting highly regarded civic and busi- debate with him." He even
,appear from the Miami scene- will accent key work areas. ness leader. Earlier this year, praised Hoover's record of ser-
,Joining the old F.EC railroad Trip Russell, Franklin Federal he was appointed to the vitally vice to the country.
station and other ramshakk architect, staed, "The structure Important Metropolitan Dade I
relics of a bygone era, in April, has unusual character andIs County Community Relations Observers of the Washingtonscene "
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'bv Branklin Federal Eavings & stronigly modeled with col- Board. The racial peace and un- were shocked bv Hoover's aa eta fig'.

1DG5, when It will be repla' umns projecting boldly from derstanding that currently outbust, since the FBI chief,
Franklin Federal Savings and the face of the building, contin- exists In South Florida Is largely who reaches the mandatory retirement -
Loan Association's new quarer uing vertically 25 ft. and bend- attributed to the work o f age on Jan. 1, has
of a million dollar facility Ing across the top of the build this Board. been extremely quiet on such 1 take this method of thank-
Ground breaking' Is expected In ing In a "croquet-wicket" design Frankln Federal Savings and Ing the so many friends who
early December.The ." The first floor facade Loan Association's promotional Issues who were so kind and consid-
will be faced with ceramic ven- activities have been orientedto However, Pres lent Johnson I erate to me while bedded In
beautiful two-story, 6,000 eer In pastel earth color ranges encompass a wide programo has issued an executive order the hospital as result of an ac-
squre ft. contemporary struct- with the center bay area con- f community Improvement which will permit Hoover to cident. The hundreds of cards,
ure with provision for additional 3ft.. windowof stay on.Reaction. I and the flowers were
taining a squre projects. A case i n point: It many
floors, was designed by tinted, heat-resistant glass. has become an institution for against the nation'schief gratefully appreciated.
Miami architect, T Trip Russell The second and all future Internship under a special program law enforcement officer I Thanks also go the St. James
The building fall neatly I came from all over the world
floors will be curtain wall con- conducted by Bethune- AME Church, Its pastor and
Into the "Magic City" down- Including Communist: sources
struction with porcelain finished Cookman College of Daytona members. Such thoughtfulness
town renewal pattern, borderIng The New York Times was especially -
panels for ease of mainte-i Beach This unique program Is will ever be appreciated.
the special tax district provided nance and lasting beauty. En- expected to be expanded during disturbed and suggested I Sincerely,
In the plan. trances will have a 13 ft. wide I the next few years. that he he allowed to re- Albert C. Smith

Bill Miller, Franklyn Federal x 4t.. projected cantilever can-I So that it may cope efficiently -
'President and chief executive opy. Main entrance wall with specialized problems of PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE
officer, stated "We feel that marble flanked on one side the community, Franklin Fed- *'t WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTY
Franklin Federal Is renderinga highlighting a recessed bronze eral Savings and Loan Associa- '
douMe service to the com- plaque. tion has Its own Citizen's Advi- CUSTOM MADE
munity-one, In Its service as a sory Council, energetically directed tar4oogb.s
Other features Include PLASTIC FURNITURE
a spec- jJJ
federally chartered financial 1 by school principal, Nel-
ially designed vault with 18"
Institution and, two, Its utilization reinforced walls roof and floor son Adams. Through this facility \ SLIP COVERS
of the property for pri- members of the profes-
built to sustain six-hour fire
vate enterprise Instead of allowing a sions, clergy and business become CRYSTAL CltAR !
attack. The massive 10thick .
HIAVY 6AUGILONG i
It to be absorbed Into the Association's
"strong LASTING
carbon steel vault door has
the downtown urban renewal right arm," and from an active PI It I RESISTANT I
project with costs falling builtIn and protection torch. against explosives and Integral part of FranklinFederal's e GUARANTIED FULLY
This rrw
unus-
squarely on the shoulders of dally activities, advIsing run
ual vault
facility will contain KAMIWORKMAN.-
local taxpayers The financial the Association
: on specific .
bank and
storage safe deposit
facility will effect Increased I Sp1A {
new boxes. community matters pertainIng SHIP AND L S {T
tax revenues for the city to the increase of both sav- MATERIALSALUMINUM j 1
and through better land ings and e FNEI ESTIMATES
county Franklin Federal's new location mortgage portfolios. IIPPERS 0e
utilization! and property improvement CUSHIONS
will place It In a sectionof SPECIALIZING
All mm CALL
the community where It can EVERY NITE! FIN JlTTlIlI m PLASTIC DAY OR
lie reached from all parts even SLIP COVERS NIGHTrHONf
Include
Unusual building features The Hammond Organ is back- ,
a second floor hospitalityroom < though the new expressway Every nlte at the Satellite EXCLUSIVELY
convention for system separates the Immediate -
or area Lounge FREDDIE GRANT
entertains -
102 people-a much-needed civic community Into four relatively on the Hammond Or House of Grctchcn Wl 7-5096 I
and professional meeting area Isolated parts. In addi- gan. Never nn admission.

for the downtown community'sclubs tion, It provides expressway SATELLITE LOUNGE Formerly Gretchen-Nicholas Plastic Covers
and Miami based conven- convenience for Franklin Fed-
tions. This will be available at eral customers with quick, easy 6222 N.W. 7th Avenue
access to NW Fifth Street. Mil
to recognized nonpolitical
no charge -
' nonprofit groups. A ler stated, "The new location "Out of This World" JOHNNY WARE. :
bank of five attorneys' offices will Increase the Association's
and accompanying conference effective marketing area, mak- Invites all of his friends to come in and drive the all

room, also located on the second ing available thousands of new OLD MOTHER new spectacular 1965 Rambler. He promises large

floor, will facilitate real accounts located In the imme- savings on any new or used car.
estate closing and expedite diate downtown area and those, HUBBARD WENTTo
home and business loan activities normally travelling to and from :
work utilizing NW Fifth Street r Special Sale!
and the expressway system, The CUPBOARDand f ; Y
Important to the new stream- who would like to take advantage '
lining operation h the drive-up of the two-minute found it bare. But why? t 64 Ramblers
teller window with approachesfrom drive-up window service." Nagging backache could have I
either NW 1st. Court or been the cause. It is hard to
$ $ Save Hundreds $ $
from NW fifth Street. Franklin Founded and chartered 1 n work when pain of backache is I
Federal is the only Savings and October, 1962, Franklin Federal severe and constant. When kid- A
Loan Association In the down- Savings and Loan AssociationIs neys aren't functioning properly All models, all colors
town Miami business district to the only Integrated federally poisons accumulate in the
have his convenient customer chartered Savings and Loan system. Flush out these poisons A$ Save $200 or more on all
facility. "It has been designed," Association in the nation. Start- with famous "7-20" formula
Miller said, "so that all trans- Ing with assets of $865,000., and feel "like a million" again. used cars
actions, both savings and loans, Franklin Federal has grown to "7-20" is a mild, effective diuretic -
can lie completed In less than $4,089,515. as of June 30, 1964. to the kidneys and bladder. : COMPARE! COMPARE!
two minutes and the customer It currently serves more than It is compounded like a doc- I
never has to leave 'his car." 3,300 savings accounts and a tors prescription to give fast
Provision has been made to mortgage loan protfollo of approximately relief. Get a bottle amazing MIAMI'S OLDEST RAMBLER AGENCY
add an additional drive-up tel- I $3million.. As "7-20" today and start back on
ler window when Increased of June 30th, the average size the road to good health. Always
activity warrants this expan- savings account was $1,133.00, sold on a money-back guarantee. VENETIAN RAMBLER
sion.The and the average size mortgageloan A product of McPhall Lab
main lobby area will be was $9,400.00. Franklin oratories. In liquid or tablets. 545
flanked by a battery of teller Federal's savings accounts are HARLEM N.E. 15th STREET

windows, and a low counter Insured by the Federal Savingsand 1400 NW 3rd DRUGS Ave. MIAMI END OF VENETIAN CAUSEWAY
sit-down check desk designedto Loan Insurance Corporation -
accommodate a number of to $10,000., and the Associ -11J 18 years at this BUY WITH
customers at the same time- ation's current rate 4-%% per and J DRUGS Location CONFIDENCI00
this Is unique to the Industry. year, paid and compounded 1410 N. W. 62nd. Street

Luxuriously appointed, the entire quaterly. -11- LOWEST PRICES FINEST SERVICEINDP
lobby will b e carpeted. TROPICAL PHARMACY
Brightly colored wall accents Miller, in addition to his 3200 Rand AY.
rich walnut and pecan wood savings and loan activities, is INDP



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Sunlight School, Prom and Graduation Tops I IOn

Classic Tickets Go
I Friday, Nov. 13 the 20th speaker, he gave an Inspirational ( -
On Sale Here annual prom of the Sunlight' address to the graduating -
School of Cosmetology was class:
Tickets for the 32nd annual I
given at the beautiful Island
t Blossom Classic betweenthe I
Orange Representatives: from the>
r ,
Club The main events of the
Jt Jtw i nation's top Negro collegiate evening were the crowning of state and) city Iwxmls of cosmetology -
r yKr I
football teams on sale
go
brief remarks.
Miss IOGI( 05. Miss gave
:; Sunlight -
Monday, November 23rd at 25
Mrs. Gloria Green awarded the
Susan Tinker of Nassau was
in South Florida. The
outlets
diplomas: There were friends
the )
winner. The
runners
up)
Is Dec 5.
game I who competed for the title were and visitors throughout the
This year's game will once Mrs Patricia Johnson, 4th place; Mate, the Bahamas and other
again feature the hlph-stepplng Mis. Althenlit noblnson, 3rd; West Indies Islands.

Florida A&M University March-I'', Mrs. Catherine Ball 2nd. Due to Rev McDowell's, (pastor :: -
Ing Band, with the Orchids to Mrs. Johnnie Mae of the church) absenceRoltort -
1 being' the Rattlers of Florida Harris who modelled and made Wright officiated t
A&1\1. An added attraction will some of the beautiful dresses
J be the appearance of OlymrlC'' fashioned for the show, and On behalf of Sunlight Beauty
T sprint star and double Barbara Bailey, who rendered School we gratefully thank the
Medal winner Bobby IDiyes In 'I interpretive dances and fash- )pastor: officers ana membersof
0 a Rattler uniform. Hayes, of ions. the church of the Open Door,
w arr Jacksonville, will I 1 start as a Sunday, Nov. 10 climaxed the the )president of BTW PTA,
halfback grand occasion held at the Archie Ayers, the honor guardsof :
Tickets are priced at $.1.50, Church of the Open Door, Mrs. BTW high school for postingthe
$3.50, and $2.50 and may be obtained Gertrude Shlpp was mistress of colors, Mrs Klolse B.
I
: at the following locat- ceremonies J, R. Taylor gave Kemp, organst, Mr. F. Johnson,
ions n this area: brief remarks and Dr. I. P. Davis I the photographer end the public -
Roosevelt Savings and Loan Introduced the guest speaker. for making this occasion a
Freedom Contagious. FMC Speaker StatesSt. I i
Assn, 0015 N. W. 7th Ave, Carl Bishopric. A dynamic I success
Augustine, "Freedom Is of Jacksonville, for the third Miami North Travel Bureau,
contagious you cannot live successive Year. 1101 NW 3rd Avenue Miami ,
among free people without Several hundred church delegates Grand Drugs, 3010 Grand Ave., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1964 PAGE 3 .\
wanting to be free yourself." from all parts of the Coconut Grove CommunityDrug I I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA.rTTWjnrir '. 1e.
This the of the state attended the gathering, Store, 6750 NW 15th Ave., -..
eighth was annual Donation essence Day which heard words of welcome __v__.... y.tr j-girBrirrarMnririr.jr.KinrjrjTjr. .a.sra.. jr...air.. .v..inrirjrjrJJTJrjrjrjrjnrwGOT ", .. 1 1t'J
address delivered a t Florida from Dr. B. H. Puryear, director I
Memorial College here Nov. 17 of Internship at FMC, and I II
by Mrs. Mabel E. Lee, public Patricia Simpklns, president of
school teacher from Bonlfay, the student council I

Fla.Declaring that "Christian education The offered Florida n Memorial number Collegechoir of selections Tq\

means more than mere In the course of the / ? -
general education," the speaker ) day's program, which was < _
_
went on to say, "General education closed with words of appreciation -
teaches man how to from Dr. R W. Puryear.
live harmoniously together; '.p
Christian education enables .
him to do so." !": ,,.p; ; "t't; .. "
An annual tradition at Flori- h ti.y Syr"A

da Memorial College, Donation ., ,
Day Is Jointly sponsored bv theWomen's "' .'... J} 0.0
auxiliaries of FMC'sthree .,,,,,,
constituent state Baptist
conventions. Mrs. Susie C. Hol- .
ley Is president of the General it 1 NEW-CAR

M&E Baptist Brigham auxiliary presides, Mrs.over Annie the iI,1 iJ ir I THE FEVER?

group.
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The total sum raised by this .;.

year's the crown campaign as Donation was 8302.82 Day, I We've got the cure!

Queen, for having raised the !
largest portion of this sum go- ,. A low-cost, easy-payment car loan from
Ing t 0 Mrs. Carrie B. Sloan, : 1 I,
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General Baptist area chairmanDugie's ,;j. ,. Lincoln National
i- r. .. .{ -

,p4,i. ,, ''..'.1I 1.. Shop around for the car you want.

Guest HouseThe I .....f. J1.;....tI' Bring us the make, model and price
"
J1&, "v", +
house of manual rooms I'. .1 ..
,. 'r I.:. .d \.P '-' ," 2. We will okay your loan quicklyand
4-3851 ....
Open 24 hours NE ;:
with no red tape. Our I loan

Seeing !. Belierm Tony Armbrister policy is very liberal we want

See us for clean room Wins AwardTony .' to make loans

Jamaica Dugle always afriend Armbrister, 10, a leader ; 3. Interest can be as low as 4Va% ona
i In Dade Youth Council, a
project of the Welfare Planning new car, and! payments for as

2941 NW 47th St., Miami Council, has received a Council merit "I'm J. 1). Mack, head long as 36 months the lowest
the Dairy
a\vard from
of South Florida.To teller. Just come In and payments possible. We also make

JOBS t1 oak for tme, and I'll be loans on used cars up to 5 years
ny, son of Mr, and Mrs.
Male and Female Lea (Violet) Armbrister, Is a glad to help you." old.
senfoeIn North Dade Senior
Finest domestic and com- High School. He co-chalrmans
mercial jobs in the Miami a contrrsl"t on teen-age crime I LINCOLN NATIONAL BANKOF
which fes studying] ways to develop -
area.
various
grams In
pn MIAMI
-AT-so- ,
nelghborJo: ,-Kl3 to meet those
(Excellent domestic open areas' netHh'. lie !is chaplain of First fully Integrated bank In the entire Southeast ,
ings now in New York and his class!: a nc..1 a trumpet player
ade Band. right here In the Edison Financial Center
Connecticut with North L '

; Transportation advanced The Dairy Co uncll has a con- M 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 759-4431

! Burlang Associates torious tinuing program young 7*to'ople honor In meri-Dade SonkJn. fc.wf.i 9,30 cm. 2 pm 1 Hon.,fwi.,W.o\ Oo .d Thur..in oroV to

I EMPLOYMENT AGENCY County. Nomlnati ODs can be b. open PrL 9i30 am 2 p'"i and Spin 0 pmj alto' Sat.9 .M noon.
502 NW 54th Street made to Mrs. nut}.' B. Kasse- 3
I i Phone 757-7674 wltz. POB 340, CWO nut Grove. rTr"f rrrrr "rnviYr"pTp7rtzm*JB rXJL'HM WTWnrtl, ir&_Jr AlliLA..rrL



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PAGE 4 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 28, 1904 treasurer; Frank Brown, Allied Tours, New York City, UL Ta Hold: AntIPoverty ,

parliamentarian. Meeting In

We are indebted to our host, Mr. Cattousse, his wife .
Gloria ; son Jerry Jr., and daughter, Pamela. They did Washington,
everything possible to make our visit to their city ft pleasant -

one. Whitney M. Young, ''Jr., Executive
We thank the Jerry Tours taxi-drivers, Alexander Director of the National
IL; K. SIGISMTJND REEVES: Editor and hbUeber Urban League, Indicated today
Griffith and Melvin Megan who were not only courteousbut that plans are materializing
QABTH C. REEVES Managing Editor'Berber helped us much with interpreting Spanish, the anticipated for t h e National aa

of the National N wcp.pera Publishers Aasociattew national language. Urban League first t held its'
Actipn Assembly to b<* in
BITBSCRIPTION RATE Saturday morning we completed our packing break- Washington, D. C., December
OVB YEAR $LOO SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $000 fasted and left for the airport enroute home (9 to 11. Confirmations on pro..
The Maya Excelsior Hotel is one of the many first gram participants and delegateare
Bteicred Second ClaM ]Matter 9 ItttT the Port Offlo-
M August at pouring In ,daily.
class hotels in Guatemala.' The food is good and the ser- Three
at Miami, Florida, under the sot of March 8, 1876Dowtrtorn hundred delegates aro expected
vice satisfactory. for the conference -a.,'.
Office: 1112 If.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR aN *
Main Office at 6T40 N.W. 15th A.enue-P1o OX 1-O4S1 Guatemala has an area of more than 42,000 square The ComniUhlhr Action Asi
miles with n population of 500,000. It is divided, topogra- semUly was .called by the Urban
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" League last month to focus
into !
phically two geographical the tropical low-
areas:
The NEGRO PRESS believe that America oan be t loud ta. attention on new"'.programs like
lands on the Atlantic Pacific and in the De
and coasts
world from racial and national antagonism when It accord to the anti-poverty measure, made
,rerjr men regardless! or race creed or color his human and partment of Peten and the more temperate highlands and possible under government #atl-
legal riffht. Hating no man. fearing no man-the Negro PrettiRl'hM mountains that stretch across the country from the north- spices, which need immealatS
to help every man in the firm belief that all men artHart west to the southeast.The community initnemfchtatloft:! ov
a. long a* anne U held back. nationally recognized Negro
origin of the Guatemalan native people is lost leaders. Government officials
-- in the- remote_ _n__ __ antiquity. and Negro leaders will counseltogether
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKYe for three workng daysIn
Their far distant ancestors like those of all other an effort to develop guidelines -
Editor returned. on Saturday evening from a visit tribes inhabiting North and South America when Columbus for local community act-
to Central America where he attended the annual meeting landed, had come into the New World from Asia ion based on these new and expanded -

of the Inter-American Travel Society that took place' over Bering Strait after the close of the last Glacial programs.
in Guatemala. Period Mr. Young said: "It is incumbent
25 or 30 thousand years ago. They came as little -
With Charles C. North of the North Travel Bureau bands of savage hunters and as such spread slowly over that upon' us to see to It
slogans such as "Freedom
'Of Miami and Misses Roberta Barnes and Charlotte Cof- the vast stretches of both continents. After many cen- Now' and 'Equal Opportunity'
field of Washington. D. C.., we left at six o'clock Tues- turies the discovery of agriculture made possible the remarkable are transformd Into tangible
day morning by Tan Airlines, stopping at Belize, British civilizations of Mexico and Guatemala, Peru programs leading to better
Honduras and San Pedro, Sula, Spanish Hondoro, thenon and Bolivia of which that of the Maya was the most bril jobs, better housing better education -
to Guatemala in at 12:30 liant. and a richer, fuller life
Central America, arriving : for all Americans. There is a

p.m. Spanish is the official language, but many different National mandate legislativeand
Our host, Jerry Oattousse, of the Jerry Tours Service Indian languages are spoken electoral,- from Americansthat

and secretary of ITAS greeted us at the airport and con- Guatemala is a beautiful city. There are several and It the Is now Negro up shall to Negro be equal lead-,

ducted us to the Mava Excelsior Hotel, our headquartersfor modern hotels, up-to-date business places, markets, good ership to Implement this pri-
"
"
the five-day visit. transposition The streets are clean and there are a plenty ority task.
Following dinner we were taken on a tour of the city of flowers around.

visiting many interesting places including: City Hall, Co-
lumbus -and Barrios monuments, government building, In the market places you find mostly Indians. These
National Stadium with a seating capacity of 60,000 ; markets are something like our chain stores. You oan
National Museum of Archeology and Ethnology, said to buy anything: jewels, clothing, strawwork. beautiful
be one of humanity's most interesting civilizations of the craft-work, in fact, you name it, it's there. The vendorsare

Mayan Empire; National Palace and the tower of Obel- all very courteous.

isk. Last but not least are the beautiful churches. The'imposing Agricultural products of all kinds are offered. J
Metropolitan Cathedral is a must for visitors. We
not work going on in the chancel and were told that they Guatemala produces coffee, bananas, wheat, pota-
are making preparations' in anticipation of a visit from toes, corn, honey, chicle, hides, lumber and gold.

His Holiness Pope Paul.

Ye Editor visited Fr. Fred Altman at Santiago Par- '
ish (EpiscoT!) the rector Fr. Adrian Caceres was in the
U. S. attending a ministers conference. Santiago Parishwas 'r

formerly St. George Parish. ? %

Wednesday morning following breakfast, throughthis

mountainous country via the Ititlan lake stoppingup I SAN ANTONIO, Tex. Air-
in the mountains taking pictures and looking downon II man Albert O. Knowles Jr., son
buildings around the circle was a wonderful scene. It.I ,a >, of Mr. and Mrs. Albert O.

Lake Ititlan is among the world's deepest, bluest and t.I t.H Opa-locka Knowles of, Fla.16431'has NW completed 17th Ct.,

most spectacular. Among its shoreline are quaint Indian t.I Air Force basic military train-
villages, each preserving: traditions and. colorful costume I Ing at Lackland OFB, Tex.

that are centuries old. lakeside resorts, fishing, boating I Airman, Knowles .Is being assigned -
and water sports are other attractions. to a Military Air Trans-
Spanish culture flourished in Antigua centuries ago port Service (MATS) unit at
Hunter AFB, for and
The city was destroyed bv an earthquake but rebuilt duty' as a vehicle training maintenance
around surviving colonial' buildings reminiscent of Spain specialist. His unit supports the

We saw ruins of collosal arches that once graced a MATS mission of providing
beautiful edifice in Antigua We visited Indians at their forces global and airlift equipment.The of U. S.. military
habitation and took pictures of them. I
We lunched, did some shopping and returned to airman Is a 1961 graduate .
'
of
Guatemala' where we found other members of the Inter- PATRICIA KING"I North Dade High School

American Society. had arrived. They include: Mrs. Fred- am
presently enrolled
at the Miami
dye Henderson, Mrs. Virginia Dickerson and Dr. and Mrs Business College -

Henry Shorter, all of Atlanta, Georgia. and am taking the secretarialbookkeepingcourse.

Before returning to the United States the Shorters This will
prepare for
me
will be visiting Mexico.\ numerous high

Thursday following sessions and dinner, the group paying job opportunities in business and civil ser-
shopped and later' looked the city over under the bright vice. Why don't
call) '
lights, night clubs and the Guatemalan Cafe Society. you or send' for information _
today?" l
On Friday evening we were entertained by the Gua-
temala Tourist Board, Col. Ricardo Porres, director. A
feature of the evening was >a welcome and native dancing Miami Business College :F

. by a group of Indians that we really enjoyed.Col. .

Porres gave us a cordial welcome and North
made the response thanking the city for all its hospitality 111 So. Miami AvenuePhone
" and promising North Americans shall return in ever

increasing numbers. Airman Bobbie L. Wooden,
The business sessions of the meet ended on Friday 377-0294 son of Dan Wooden of 1945 NW
afternoon. In the absence of the president, Hilton Hill of Please send full information 49th St., has completed Air
Force
New York City, Charles North presided. I about your courses: Lackland basic AFB military, Tex. training. at

i Editor Reeves and Dr. Henry Shorter were elected XAMKADDKKSS. .......................................................................... ......... Airman Wooden Is being assigned -
honorary members of the
: as Travel Society and Editor to an Air Force Systems

Reeves was 'asked to 'preside during the election of offi- .,....... ........................................................................... rick Command AFB (AFSC) unit at Pat-
cers. Fla. for training and

Newly elected officers are : Freddye Henderson of CITY .....,......................................... ,TKLKPIIOXE duty lal.iSt.: 'as HIs a transportation spec-
..... unit the
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Henderson Travel Service, Atlanta, Ga., president; Jack ................. AFSC'mission. of supports research, development -

Cooper, Cooper's Travel Service Cleveland Ohio, vice I am Interested I hi ( ) DlY" ( and testing 'of Air
president; Jerry Cattousee, Jerry's Travel Service, secretary ) Night Classes, Force planes and mIssuVys-
temsj
t ; Charles North, North's Travel Bureau l\Ii'ami.1 I P.K. He 'Is
a graduate of Miami
it1 ". t Northwestern High School.
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SATURDAY NOVEMBER 28, 1964 PAGE 5 The Hammond Organ in back-
Every nice at the Satellite "Out of This World"

Lounge.<< HEDDIi GRANT en-
tertnlnH on the Hammond Or6222 N.W. 7th Avenue
gan. Never an ndmisMon.



BEAUTY SHOP NEEDED

."' .
RICHMOND HEIGHTS appears to need a good i
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<. i '\>' Beauty Shop Operator. Drive through Richmond
I THE FAMU-COOKMAN football WILLIS .MURRAY is' on the

game last weekend lured mend again after a stint In Heights then.call; me for an appointment at my town
I Christian Hospital.
many Miamians to Daytona. i! office.
I Among the home-folk seen at THE HON. Clarence Rain)

, the ,game were Dewey and Clarft" MHA, arrived from Nassau last GEORGE DAVIDSON
Thursday for a few weeks'rest
KnLffhl Ellen Trotman, He Is spending the time '\
4810 NE 2nd Avenue Phone 757-0191
Mlzell Beatrice Richardson
Ityby} with friends in Ft. Lauderdale
,' Samuel and Barbara Rogers -
Mr. and Mrs. Eric 'Knight, TWO M1AMIANS: were among
Jonathan ,and Fannie Thurston, the 21 Florida A and M seniors -
Vernon Jackson Roland and nominated fur Who's Who Chief Warrant Officer Joseph
Margaree Ralford and Mr. and Among Students In American C. Watts, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Wilber Ellson. II Universities and Colleges, Ernest Otis Watts of 1876 NW G9th St.
Hart son of Eddie Hart, was decorated recently with i MAD NAN MAX
THE GREATER MIAMI 3971 Washington Ave., and Clar- the extinguished Flying Cross
Chapter .of the Florida Councilon i. ence Thomas, son of Mrs Ma by a four-star general for set-
Human Relations would be I mie Thomas of Madison and ting three new world records,
delighted, to have you attend Otis Thomas of 15525 NW 22nd 2 in the 2,000 kilometer speedin
its annual dinner Thursday, Ave. closed circuit and the dis- BUYS- ANYTHINGSELLS
Dec. 10 7 p.m. Starlight ,Room tance In straight closed circuit.
1 at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel. NURSING IIJ) IK integrationhas The presentation was made at
f For reservation call HI 8-7851. finally come to Miami. The the Pentagon.
New Convalescent Center at Furniture Refrigerators $19.95 pup
THE LUCKY WINNER of 126 NE 12th St. began accepting

the Holy color Redeemer's television given annual awayat Bazaar colored patients. Band P Women to Refrigerators Beds 10.95 up

t was Clinton Albury. Mrs. ROSA PARKS, the Negro Stoves
woman who refused to Hold ElectionThe Couches 14.95 upRadios
PERSONABLE Cherry Mills give her seat to a white man TVs
I Dover has been 111, but Is up on a Montgomery, Ala. bus nine Miami\ Chapter of the
and about once again, we're years ago this December, is National Association of the Pole Lamps 8.95 up
happy tb: pay. the subject of a four-page Illustrated Negro Business and Professional -

NEON-TA Social Clnb was article In the current Woman's CluU, held their OR WHAT HAVE YOU
,1 guest at' the home of Mr and Issue of Esquire Magazine. The meeting at the lovely home of
article is titled "lOc That Shook
Mrs. lllrdio Thompson.
Mrs. Cleveland Sampson 744
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OPEN 7 DAYS
America. The lOc In the title
NW 43rd St. on Tuesday evenib \ The group evaluated the
refers of
course to Mrs. Parks'bus
Ing; Belle Fluellyen of Miami fare. years program in hopes of improvement -
Beach was hostess. Mildred and growth for the b 2713 N.W. 62nd St.
1 L Monroe, president, presided XO'l'II.T YOU have finished coming year.
f over the first meeting of the your Thanksgiving feast, The next meeting will 1 I I be
fiscal year. I'I don't worry about the tab, It's held at the Hampton Iib)Use and PHONE 696.3771
really not as costly as you think Villa, Thursday 10, December,
MARY !McCOY and Ann L.
7:30.: All members asked to
Americans pay only 11) cent are
per
Packard spent the of income for food. he present
ThanksglV-1 You'venever
'ing holidays In
I had It Its ELECTION time.
so good, believe it
City where other activities
among -i
they will be In attendanceat or not, you're spending a smaller "Social Center of the South
of
part your total Income
the Kappa Costume Ball.
+ for groceries than ever ((19 BTW Class of 1955
TIER URBAN LEAGUE'S cents out of every dollar after
Equal Opportunity Day dinneron taxes.) you're far better off Julius Lee, Silver Knight
Saturday evening at thE' than the women of other coun- Award winner and outstanding
Hotel tries. If lived in drama student the University
Everglades was the most you England at t.t
. A' lovely affair and the honored you'd pay 29 per cent of your of Miami, has been tappet V
guests were most deserving; Income for food; In France 31 'for membership by Iron Ar- '
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we think SYdney Aronovltz. 'per cent; In Japan 47 per cent: row, highest honorary organization
Ruth Greenfield and Leonard in Russia 5.1 per cent. And the for men on the campus lUNCHEONS"
Barr. food you bought would not have The HTW High grad was inn BUSINESS MEN'S ('J
the same quality, the same variety group that included Miami
: WE ARE PROUD of the fact or the same' convenienceof Mayor Robert King; High Lee
that. last-minute sifts sent our the food you're now getting is the first Negro ever to receive MONDAY: Baked Imported Ham with Fruit Sauce
:county's 1964 United Fund over the honor. Potatoes & Vegetable
Itso.l.. Especially at
Thanksgiving time it is nice to -- TUESDAY: Hot Roast Beef Open-Face Sandwich

feel we have helped someone Antlers First I qN giihl i i b! b A uyu'' I i Mashed Potatoes
less! fortunate than ourselves.
Fall TeaThe WEDNESDAY: Golden Fried Long Island Scallops
Mr.,, and Mm. I LEROY flTlI Tartar Sauce Potatoes & Vegetable
of Jamaica, Long: Island are
enlovlnsr our warm weather to. Antlers Socialites of THURSDAY Smothered Pork Chop
A few days while visiting with Antlers Temple 3' will sponsor Yellow Rice & Vegetablo ..'w
relatives. Leroy Is the son of their "First Fall Tea" Sunday,
Mrs Sydney Trotman. Nov. 29 at the home of Mrs. FRIDAY) Baked Red Snapper Creole
Athalle Range 5727 NW 17th Potatoes & Vegetable
RO ,SORRY TO learn of Carl Ave. from 4 to G p.m. The pub-
Yea rer's accident Hone tho,> lic Is Invited. SATURDAY: Southern Style Chicken & Dumplings
bones 1 will mend quickly, Carl. Dt. Gladys Wallace Is chair- VegetableSUNDAY
man, Dt. Ida King, cochairman -
-AND GET WELL wishes,, to Jessie
Giles I>t. Ruler
:young Chuckv Byron who underwent '
--" FAMILY' DINNERS @
surgery last Friday --- ''fl"' .1"'t, '
at Jackson Hospital: but Is now
convalescing at home. For Best Results Invest In FREEDOM this Christmas.Duy SERVED FROM 1:00 P.M.

and use NAACP FREEDOM SEALS.
Mr. and Mrs. HARRY PTNCK-
NEY MInnte' ) nre narents of a I Try a Classified Ad On sale through your local NAACP. Children '/. price

-girl. Ava Benlta, born Fridayat _,.4
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Christian Hospital.CONGRATULATTOVfl.
..M
to BARBER SHOP NEEDED
Juctee James Wl Matthews who

has been named an assistant RICHMOND HEIFHTS appears to need a good bar-
for
United States Attorney w

Southern Florida. Judge Mat- ber Shop operator. Drive through Richmond Heigths
thews will serve the 12 roun-

Ua' making un the Southern then call me for an appointment at my town office.
District of Florida Our slnrere-
best wishes, James! and Hazel.

'TO ALL TOO wnn4erfnlTreoele GEORGE DAVIDSON Choice of Appetizer or Soup

born during the first Chefs Salad Dressing

week of December. we wish 4810 NE 2nd Avenue Phone 757-0191
Choice of ENTREEI
birthday to
yOU a hapnv -
Shlta Brown and Anetta 1. ROAST VERMONT TURKEY, Cranberry Sauce
Brown, Dec. 1: Ruby Ferguson 2. BAR-B-OUE BABY RIBS Lean & Meaty
Dec. 2: Jeanette Goa and Alba 3. BAKED SWISS STEAK, Jardinere
Eueene Flnlayson, 3rd; James 4. HAWAIIAN HAM STEAK (Smoked Imported Ham)
Everette Jr.. 4th: and on Dec. AUTO INSURANCECheck
5. Marcia Lvnette Grant and Choice of,

Ricardo A. Blue. our new, lower rate and easy financing Vegetables and Potatoes

THEME THREE lovely ml.- IMMEDIATE SR:22 FILING Hot Rolls & Butter

w s were eyed for potential office and receive free gift Dessert & Beverage
Bring this ad to our a
Ebonv m"ftI'1c' c:s 'vh: '{('Forti.

Carmen Dubrechet and Carol Inc. BREAKFAST SERVED ALL DAY
D. Goodman and Son,
Jenkins.
WEEKDAY DINNERS/ SERVED FROM 5 P.M. ,
"Insurance Real :Estate, Mortgage"Business
: ,
SAMUEL STIRRUP a form- Coll NE 3.0611
100% Air Conditioned Free Parking
:.tr'JW*mlip, died in Tampa on'Sunday member All People Democratic Club
:'at the age of 90. He .is OX 1-0380 4200 N.W. 27th AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA
survived;by,, a brother, Solomon 2688 NW 62nd Sreet American Cxprttt Card HonoredTHE
and a large number of other

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ONIONS 19c EVAPORATED -TALL CAN Squash 2 for 37c
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Cashing
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!Alts People. Club Sponsors THE MIAMI TIMES t.- MIAMI FLA J

International TeaThe I

Places. public Is invited to attend -

,, an International Tea spon- NAACP Protests AttemptOn
sored by the Friendship Gar-
den and Civic Club a t t.h e

Things. NW Northwest 21st Ave.YWCA Sunday Center Novem-, 5100
Life of Sam Solomon
O OOO ber 29 from .1 to 6 p.m. :'

new born things, colds! Different? Yes! Each coun- i,
People Even winter is nice to us. try will be known by a repre- The NAACP has sharply pro- ice in nurnell, l. la", and also '
I Heavy pants and coats. Too sentative dressed In her native tested the attempted shootingSam I to the Fill in Miami.
OX LAST SUNDAY at St. cold to take off your pajamas, attire. The tables will display Solomon, a Miami bus- In his: telegram, Mr. Wilkins
James AME Church, of whichwe so slip your pants over them articles and delicacies from the nessman, while he was return- noted that Mr. Solomon "Is a
are a member, we sat enthralled and away we go! countries represented.Come Ing: to Miami from a Jacksonville reputable businessman who Is
at a speech Mrs. I. C. Yep we like living. Don't you? business trip.In known throughout the State ofFlorida
(Andel) Mlcklns made. and enjoy an afternoonof
In her discourse she pleadedto pleasure and a special pro- a telegram to Acting Attorney and has for many years
her audience to always try Things gram at this benefit tea. You General KatzenUich, been active! In voter registration -

to help those who are less The scent of orange blossomsIs may register with the countryof Roy Wilkins, NAACP executive efforts.
fortunate than you. It was appropriate In the air again! The activi- your choice. director, urged a full Investi- Mr. Wilkins reminded the
considering that the ties of good fellowship, house gation Into the shooting which Attorney General that "in 1039
festive day of Thanksgivingwas bands Mrs. Iona Dukes, president occurred outside of St. Augusine
parties, the big parade, under the leadership of Sam
coming up. But yet, we believed floats an air of mardl gras on Nov. 17 Solomon, more than 1,000 o f
that she:! meant not onlyon time! Then the game. The resounding Six shots were fired at Mr. the 1,500 registered Negro citl-
this occasion but all thru impact of muscular Centervilla Solomon, three of which hit zcnts (In Miami) defied Ku
the year.It athletes pounding against each the moving automobile. Ho reported Klux) Klan) threats and went to
Is a tendency for most of other in one of the most thril- KindergartenThanks the shooting to the po- the polls..
us to look down on the less for- ling of contact sports.

tunate, thinking, perhaps, "You I' The assured gladiators of were given at Center-
had your chance, shame on Grambllng College Tigers "the villa Kindergarten Friday night DADE' CAMERA CENTER
you," road team" pitted against the Nov 20 when a Pre-Thanks-
Mrs. Mlcklns' words made us twice assured Florida A and M giving program: was presented
think that right there In the Rattlers should be something to following the regular Parents' WHERE THE PRICE IS RIGHT
audience of worshippers that witness.If Club meeting. \t m
many were less fortunate and this Grambllng squad has 1724 N. W 36th ST MIAMI 4? -wzr-
would welcome a little help the determination and the willto The auditorium depicted a
from those who were more for- win like its real harvest scene with stalksof
of
predecessors
Complete Camera and Photo Supplies at Discount
but cane, horns of and
tunate, were too proud to 1958 who the favored plenty
walloped
seek out this help. Rattlers then this should be one huge yellow pumpkins. LAYAWAY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS
Sometimes we tend to lose helluva Songs were sung and verses WK HAVE TILE STOCK OUR PRICES AUK RIGHT
faith In humanity In this respect game. recited by the tots of the kindergarten 8AVK NOW

but there Is always some- For us, like many others, we accompanied by Next door to Jackson Byron
one who comes along and restores will renew old acquaintances Charles Iliggs at the piano, to
this faith. It has hap- and friends from In-state and the amusement of a largo aud- Across' the street from Miami Jackson High School

pened to even me. out-' f-state. ience.A laity to iwtrh by North-Bouth ) x\\')'. or 36th Street Kxwy.IXcellent .

On Tuesday evening we went i We will crowd : parking both front' and rear of store Wo V" nsupply
capacity
out to Brownsville Junior again get n chanceto enjoyed a
School to "Investigate" High the welcome Charles delicious feast of turkey with ) and satisfy your camera needs
"Chuck" Smith all the trimmings. The
FAMU
operation of packing and distribution former parentsare
of Thanksgiving. bas- public relations !Irector, now making plans for a box
kets with Royal Corwn Cola in a dinner to be given Dec 5. I
to needy and Indigent fam-
similar will Mrs Gloria Harris
ilies throughout the position; there be president;
county.It Jake Gaither the perennialRattlers' Mrs. D. Cooper, reporter
warmed hearts to
our see coach; .1. H. E. Lee Jr., m THERESA FLORIST
the hundreds of baskets being r' '='
father of the "Classic" and, oh
In line fashIon
prepared assembly -
dozens of other familiar faces.
1 "Since 1049"
which Included large nineto year guarantee

12 Ib. Butterball turkeys Chuck Smith and his Royal Picture Tube NOW MILES AWAY FROM HIGH
As we arrived, one volunteer I Crown Cola organization will be
$16.95
with a truck said, "Okay give hosting many >re-dasslc acti- PRICES
me the Richmond Heights bas- vities such as the, football players up-lnntallr free l Specializing in artistic arrangement
kets. Sixteen baskets were luncheon, usually at some 696-3581 I for nil occasions
taken away! falfulous Miami Beach Hoel| 2636 NW 62nd Street '"
This particular Thanksgiving to which we always look for- LOWEST PRICES COMPARE OUR VALUE
basket operation was b e. i n g ward to. The conviviality and Rowimc TV 5260 NW 32nd Avenue Phone 634-1087
done by the County-wide Citizens down to earth Informal lun-
Committee and "Operation cheon and speeches are always
Big Vote." We recognized many enjoyed.
familiar faces of volunteers who
have consistently done their So, In the words of Elliott J.

parts In this and other com- Pleze, long time parade mar- FORECAST Clear.
munity activities. shal, "And what a great timeIt : Crisp Dry
will be "
!!
There baskets j just didn't!
happen there. They were donated -
by groups and Individual" Florida Elks Launch Q CHpry

who were more fortunate than 79 1 6y yQWmmp/82Spf
Operation 21"The ip pth.I ilnfC'NNup
others. They were given by t 89
your city, county and state officials Florida State Elks Association '
businessmen etc. etc. Board of Directors apnl rtl' t73 r... i ialull

In extolling and praising this held their Mid-winter Confer- .ana+,. ,.,, tu, frj Monhpl JJfSCNMANN'S
group, let us not forget the ence in Orlando Sunday. W, O. ,. Qgg
glllllllll
many other clubs, churchesand Perry state president, urged M/new/llg7s
other civic organizationswho each hoard member to encourage -
are doing Just as good a lodges In their area to cooperate
job but on a smaller scale. with the National membership % Chk Dlhell"lgRko.
May God bless them on this drive that now con-

Thanksgiving Day and for all venes. A3 CkKln r 7agM
the other good deeds done thru 'r: rh :
out the year.Places All board members agreed
unnnlmou to launch a state-
wide membership drive naming
i he drive "Operation 21". The 1 HItU1NF
lilll/
rt l
tt n.a
TROPICAL PARK. opened, association!' will seek 2.000 new < 4 t t'a IIEISCNMANN'S
<< < <
i mpmhf-s throughout the
of all days "Thanksgiving" Day state
We enjoy all the seasons; hereIn Perry said t -
osttollFLE
Florida and this time of II e
yearIs
Perry added that signs bearing -
one of the best to us. ,
,
the heading "Operation 21", 7
We love to don our sports at- will be placed with all counties
tire, such as It Is and high tall throughout Florida) that have OU1 LOO 1D1SpT ( r f4 Vp : '
It out to the arena of the sport an Elks organization. II IIIMIMMIIY M f Ilftllll/6 D
of kings, hobnob with the 'big
j MIMII
,shots" and place our bets. The membership drive that i/ '' w "a eY 98
To us, It's thrilling to havea starter! Monday will end at the :
: $2 ducat on the nag that crosses Florida State Convention that ,= .,x y,i : : ,
the wire first, especially If will be held In Panama City,
..he is being neglected in the bet- April of '65.Twentyfive.

ting.
of 30 board
Among other things during members attended the mid-
this "season" of the year local- winter conference where State
ly Is Classic Time. We see a President W. O. Perry stated
great parade, enjoy a good football -
that he plans to "clamp down"on .' ,
and stuff ourselves at !of
game all lodges throughout the '''' .
the "freebles" leading up to state. He the board .
urged mem- .
A/ ''fi:'
game time. Did you ever think bers to be effective In their ,_ ,'. ... rit. ., :.
,,
be at {I '.
how carnivorus one can
duties and social
to destroy activities -
these events that are on the as main Interest in their > -: -
: }frthat's
house, especially! food and local lodges. Perry stressed Clear. .c iBp" dry. .:
drinks? Huh?
that too many lodges are lyIng -
Summer Is another time of still and dead.In thir home- the taste you get with

year we like, although we com- towns.
plain like the dickens about the commissions the
Receiving at FLEISCH MANN'S GIN and VODKA
heat. That's the time the beach, Mid-Winter Conference were
'picnics, fishing and myriadsof Paul C. Perkins Orlando Attor-
other entertaining facets of ney, State Chairman of Civil every day!
life are enjoyed, Including": being Liberties; Willie Lee Brewer,
just darn "summer lazy. Orlando, State Brigadier gen-

How about spring Gosh: ral: and William Fred Jackson,

baseball, colds, flowers Easter, state public relation director. ruif'o.tuiirt GIIt-"now.ruse IU"'ODIIA-w wow,WIH OTHUO MOM mm. *luti TO niacmum otsriunw eowooooooooooo ,..Y.Co o
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PAGE 8 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 28, 1964 Alligator Stakes BERNICE BROWN ROBERSON

'tnE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. Card
Heads Tropical the official opening of
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Saturday Roberson's Stylorama

"i"I Two-year olds are featured
Spearing Saturday (Nov. 28)) at Tropical ,
park Race Track. The 12th FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1964
running of the $10,000 added
Alligator Stakes at six furlongsIs 1029 NW 2nd AvenueWe
With : scheduled.The .
Sports has been a
Alligator and friends to come out
:, stepping stone In recent yearsto InHe nil our patrons to the

By HARRY SPEAR : the handicap division. Its Grand Opening Monday November 30
roster is dotted with names

'I-c&u.AMATEUR.. ... .a..k..... .......... ...N like Hoop Band April Skies Call 374.8728 or 633.1394 for appointment
Oh Johnny, Octopus and many
more. Paul F. Fichera's Speedy .... ....
"
BOXING SHOW AT PAN Admiral scored a mild upset I IlV:. '"- --------'- '- ""

last defeating Ye-Cats. "'" ""' "'- ""'- "'- "'- 11"'y
year
AMERICAN AUDITORIUM MONDAYUnder r" _ti

the direction of Tony RESULTS AT LITTLE RIVER trying Two veteran to become jockeys the will first be i. Maids in Miami average $35 per week
Dundee and Lombardo Bahamian hobo '
Johnny Beckley scor- to win the Alligator three
a benefit amateur boxing ed a controversial tko over
times. Jack Leonard was aboard graduates
show will be staged at Pan Scatterhawk Dixon of Miamiin Nightingale earn
Cedar Brook and Rare Rice, 1
American Auditorium. S\V 8th the fourth round of the main divisions.
winners of both 1958
Ave. and 4th St. These ten event at the Little River Arena
great bouts are a benefit for the Thursday night. Eaker Larry Gilllgan in 1959{ booted and Blue home Tassle Ira $60-$80 A Week
Sclerosis} Association. Dixon sent Reckley reeling
fn 19G1.Gllllpan. I
uJth a right cross. Reckley
Among the boxing team fans :! will be Inaugurating'comeback I ladies specialists in the
i seemed to be out on his feet but Nightingale are
Park 1 1He
at Tropical t
a
will see will Ite: fought back and landed a pairof fractured se'eral'ertabrae

U. S. MARINE TEAM: Park blows. The referee stopped In his back July 27 at hollywood -* care of the sick and convalescentNO
Jones, Ken Crawford, Joe Hickey the bout at this point with one Park in California, Just
Buddy Howritz, Des Van- second to go in the round. two days after he won the MORE DRUDGERY
Joe Smith. In preliminaries Jeerry Power Juvenile
gates, Otis Bryant, $100,000 Hollywood
from St. Louis decisioned aboard Neke.
Championship
U. of MIAMI STUDENTS: Grady McLendon from Dublin, I I but interesting and helpful work
Pete Slroud, Gary Duggan, John Ga., in an 8-round bout. The list of nominees to Sat-
Hallwood, Pete Sarron Steve, George Sawyer gained a four- urday's race includes Beauty,
Sarron, Mike Goldfarb, s 'lves-I round decision over Bobby Louis Arnold, Trlbidabo Be-
ter Key. :Marie, Jim Albury tkod Jim allah, Sea Thief, Apache Note, Nightingale i College
Brown, both from Miami in the Super Charged Battling Gus
Some of Cuba's finest fighters third round of their scheduled Apple Core, Golden Bobbie C
will be on hand like Ilaul four rounder and Dwaine Simp- U Later and Queen Alibhal.
Gonzalez, Manny Diaz, Babe son gained a second tko of the
Sanchez and Gilberto Fernan- night over George Munroe. 111 South Miami Ave.
dez.

Miami BERN IE CASTON who man- Forensic League
Leading from -
scrappers Malone Phone 377-0294
will be Jim Handy, \Villie ages Ray undefeated
Melton, Ted McLeod and Willie also has a good looking pros- Scores Twice At
Eldrige. pect in a boy who just arrived
from r- - r r -
This is for a good (,.cause so fight, will Philadelphia.be seen here No in the pro All Events Tourney
let us make It a big night. near future. His name is Butch I Please send full information about your courses:
There will be plenty of action Jackson. The debate students of Miami -
and guest celebrities. Guest Northwestern attended the

great referees featherweight will be former champion alHlme Met PAT RATESIC'S dad, Thoroughbred Forensic Tourna- NAVE ......................_...................._.........._..__.................
along with TONY SALADINO'Sdad ment at Hialeah Senior High
Willie Pep, former featherweight at Little River fights last School on Saturday, Nov. 14. t tADDRESS

contender Charlie Ti- Thursday. These two boys are I ......._..L............._...............
tone Ben Bril of Utrecht, Holland great football stars. with the Once again the presence of
European amateur champion University of Miami. Miami :Northwestern was felt. .

for 12 years, international There were three students in CITY ........ TELEPHONE ......................_...
referee at the Olympics in Romein Miami Health Studio at 5345 attendance entered into the
lOCo and at Tokyo Olympics \ SW 8th St. is run by Tony Dunce areas of Girls Extemporaneous
this yoar. I I, speaking original and
oratory
president for the Miami
\ 1 nut Interested in ( ) Day ( ) Night Classes
I dramatic
Ringside seats go at $2.50 Sclerosis Association for the Interpretation. Each
general admission at $1.00. amateur benefit show. person participated in f o u r] N

-- rounds. Of the three students .. ..... .. .....
: a .It" attending two rated high "- "- "---"* "*-"'- -*- -g.-g.-* -:;
pi
A I i \ enough to be entered into the
I. finals.

Patricia Black was one of
,{., five students to make finals in
the area of original oratory; LIB-CITY
the other four being students
from Miami\ Beach High and

AFIa.A&M ia Christopher scored a Columbus.triumph with Patric her DRIVE-IN THEATRETonight

Rattle provocative\ oration "The Negro -
M*Hi Mrtft fftfttt HmM KlBfKT : His Stride for Hjuman
e Prestige." through Wednesday

Margaret Miles] was one of 22nd AVE. AND PALM DRVE-IN THEATRES
seven students to make finals
in the area of dramatic Inter COMPLETELY INTEGRATED
pretation. The students
vying
against her presented excerpts 22nd Avenue and 69th Street OX 1.7959

from such plays and novels as, HIS NEWEST AND BEST
"On The Watrefront," "The I II

I Rainmaker," "West Side Story," RESTLESS RECKLESS ROVING..
I and "Inherit The Wind." Mar- ,
w.. garet presented her dramatic
interpretation from "The Ter-
Miami Times sports editor Harry Spear and Olympic Ible Miss Dove."

sprint king Bob Hayes meet at Classic Committee session
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We Service All Make .! :NAME KW I
NOTICE IS HEREBY given ,..
Hi-FI's and STEREOS that the undersigned. desiring I3 U S
to engage in business under
w. Also Rent the fictitious:: name of GLAM
OUR STUDIOS at C215 NW 7th
TV's by the week or month Ave in the City of Miami Fla.
Intends to register the said YUEi M.cw .te ?AyRrp, p .
name with the Clerk of the PN9iNSE' Ma lAElNrnne i .oa r aA I
907 .2nd AVENUEPhone Circuit Court of Dade County, PRICES
Florida and with the office ol !

FR 4-2044 Pu William ot owner H. Harris and Leon __ _d_ .

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. j
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intensive nationwide drive with the banks In financing

by the Small Business Admin-''I the long term credit needs of
istration to sell Its business I small businesses.

loans to commercial banks insurance
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Through the salo of loans
companies, and other
and Increased bank participation -
financial institutions and to
step up bank participation In the SHA hopes to build
-7 all SRA loans was announcedthis up Its revolving fund which Is

week by BRA administrator Hearing depletion because of
t Eugene P. Foley. heavy demand for business
'i:' :'; t J I.&t.r&rN ( 'L To spearhead the drive Foley loans and disaster loans.

said that SDA is recruiting -
The loans be purchasedat
nnd training a staff of 35 may
retired hank executives to workas face value without recourseor
temporary SUA loan sales the barfk may arrange for
representatives These execu- an SDA guarantee with recourse -
tives will be
augmented by of up to 00 percent of
experienced SDA loan offlcets
the purchased loan for a -
and will call on banks to explain guaranty
the procedure for sale or fee of one-half of one percent -
conversion of loans. }per annum (reduced from
one percent) on the guaranteed
,/k'i1 .. Foley said that the sales portion Hanks may also pur-
.- -,'; .)'f' drive Is in line with SBA long chase ]ticipatlon In loans of
ifi.ro < "' <' 1) 'v standing objective to obtain as at least 10 percent if they do
much bank participation In its not desire to purchase the
., loans as possible and to work entire loan.

., 200 Families Thanksgiving Baskets I __ .--- --

Officials Politicians I I This sincere effort is undertaken volt Savings and Loan Assoc- THE All NEWHAMPTON
I annually by a dedicated iation. Constable John Gilbert,
group of citizens in the true Hep Hobert Shevin, Rep Louis HOUSE
Businesses Help I I giving of thanks for the bless- Wolfson, Jack Gordon, School 'Scll CM c Iht S.uth'i | <
ings we enjoy in this land of Hoard Member, Sen. Robert OWN TOIHI r liih
The Community-wide Citi- plenty. Hoverfleld, The Miami Times, PUillC ;% IU U
zens Committee under Chair Neal Adams and many others. \
man Charles R. Hadley, brought(: I This is made
joy and happiness to over two possible through(: the generous The next project to be undertaken Offers For Your Enjoyment. .
hundred needy families in Dade I I contributions of people and by this group will be
County, with turkey and all organizations like Sheriff T. A. the "Christmas Street Party"for MUSIC & DANCING
the trimmings(: for a sumptuous Huchanan, George Milhet, Con- the youth of Dade County
Thanksgiving dinner. gressman Claude Pepper, Roose- on Christmas Day. Friday-Saturday-Sunday Evenings

Shown in the picture helping -
the baskets Tuesday NNN..N NN.
pack i

Travel Agents Meet In night High are at kneeling Brownsville: Willie Junior Phil- *Each

I lips, Louis Blake Sr. and Jr., [ 2nd ----------------J
Dathara Fountain" Viva Cole-
Central AmericaGUATEMALA man, Ann Stephens Mrs. Viva FREE r
Coleman, Charles Hadley _N__ -

Standing: W, Wilson, Clarence Hors d'oeuvres & Canapes to All
CITY, C. A.- Karl Kennedy, Kennedy's Tra-! Patterson, Cleveland Tur-
The sixth annual meeting of the vel Detroit; Roberta Barnes, Kills McCants, Detective J;
ner, NO ADMISSION NO COVER NO MINIMUM
Inter-American Travel Agents Tropical Tours, Washington, Sgt. Ferguson, Sheriff Buchanan ...
Society was held last week D. C. George Milhet, James Reid, DRINK PRICES
(Nov. 18-22)) in Guatemala City,, voted Fletcher Paschal. John Johnson -
Central America, with Jerry'sTour Grenada, DWI, was Fri. Sat. Sun. tax
host to the for the 11X55) meeting with Allied Mrs. Genesta Sweeting $1.00 plus I
I." Agency. as Tours of New York serving as Lucious Crawford and Mrs. Mon. thru Thurs. ,76i plus tax
gathering.The::\ ,
'" the host agency. Arie Gary.


group from sentsstates California Marylandto I T repre AS' BARON'S NEW HOMES I. \i\ /


and New York.. 3 large bedrooms, 2 bath, Fla. room, garage

to Florida. .. WI(> 651 NW 47th St. 1921 NW 60th St.

Special emphasis Open 3 to 5 r
is cenII
tered on the] '. 1835 NW 41.t St.

10,000,000 NeNORTH;; I We build, buy land or homes

gro population estimated at LARGE LOTS FOR SALE
more than a billion 1 dollar travel -
4200 NW 27th Avenue NE 3-OG11
potential. NEED MONEY? CALL JE 8.1340Attention American (lip,,,, Card Honored i
I
At this meeting a resolutionwas
drafted and ordered sent
to airlines, steamship companIes -
and tourist boards calling .
attention to this tremendous All ParentsLet .tr

market. requesting more emphasis -I your children help you ,and help themselves. 1o 'oam a i4 ,.. *'! .rf3
In advertising copy and a attending school nnd be rrlmred .
larger extension to Negro pay roll envelope'hlle. r F
In the world of today, one
periodicals. 'to care a living lifter Bimlnatlon. +

has to lie TIt.%JNla)) <<> get |n Job. I
Newly elected officers are:
President, Fred yc Henderson, IlniiNcuUcH and widows ran hiibtldl/c their ,Income' with
Henderson Travel, Atlanta; Vice lull 01 p.irt-tliue Job*. Our com'sen me tihort, our feet are 1

Jack Cooper, Cooper Travel low, our trims easy \\e offer FRKK JOn:PLACEMENTS.D.IJ j
Bureau, Cleveland; secretary,,
and evening il.iw e *.
Jerry Cattoussee, Jerry'sTours
Guatemala; correspondIng Fill out the couH n below I

secretary, Virginia Dickerson Call or tlilt our school:
Atlanta; treasurer, Charles
C. North North's Travel Bureau I hate checked the course I jun Interested In, please wend
Miami; parliamentarian,
Frank Brown, Allied Tours, information at oD('''.
New York Cashier ( ) llovtr Cnwhler
City. ( ) ,. .
( ) Stockman ( ) lleceptlonl ',\"'- '
Board members: Hilton lUll, ,. .
York City Healing ( ) I'"? Roll Clerk "" :
Hill's Travel, New ; ( ) tt I
( ) Grocery Checker ( ) Sale Clerk
REV. LENA MAE ROSS '

Name ..........-.-.-....... A"....................
SEETHE From 710 W. 59th Street, Savannah, Ga., the world's

I Street ..........-.-............ City .................... best known cure all Spiritual Advisor. Leading the
'way to success.., Happiness and Eternal Life. Come

z: ORANGE Phone ...............-. and see.

BLOSSOM Phone 371.7800 371.7800 Rev. Ross will not be with you in person At Christmas

CLASSIC time. You had better see her now day or nightat J


BUSINESS TRAINING SCHOOL : 1060 NW 62nd Street, Apt. 94, Miami i

w.c.w UT.HItlDEC. From Friday, Nov. 27 through Monday Nov. 30 !
,
14 South East 1st St. (upstairs) I
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;; ORANGEBOWL (Back of Bnrdlnes) I Saturday, Dec. 5 at 3390 Frow Ave., Coconut Grovef. ,,' I'

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Woman's Day ObservanceAt Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. Miss Dorothy Major, reporter

Sunday will be visitors day.
-- Each member of the church Is

Ebenezer Sunday asked to please) bring a friend.
Choir No. 2 will furnish mus-
i
ic during our morning service,
and choir No. 1 at night.
Choir No. 2 will sponsor a

.party Wednesday, Nov 25 at
3 8 p.m. All members of the choir
V are requested to be out. Please

N bring a friend.UNITED .

REVELATION

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PEOPELE8: SPIRITUAL
TEMPLE OF APPLIED
9N CHRISTIANITY

', jI'W You are Invited to worship
,Iit. f: with us in our fifth Sunday
.' Union which will begin
l .. }... meeting -
\ Friday Nov. 27 to the 29
,
:; ,
"
.t. .;
: : .. -('" .., talking about a good time we
ii'' < ('/ J: '' I (
1 '. t': time. will
'" will have a Service
:,tt' :, : '
'i'l> ,;X! >."it, begin at 8 p.m. Sunday. Ser-
r.Cr. m vice 2:30: after service Dinner

a trr.;: will be served. Come hear God's
>: : _.lJ..1.! word In full. The place Is 514

;' ',.. i" NW 6th St.
Women's ..1 j 1fJ.' ..' I MRS. BETTY STROUD W. Llttlelohn, Florida State

$7,000 Top Day iri:: .' speaker for the evening ser- Bishop Elder ; Mather Elder Carter M. president Lockhart;,

;MISS SYLVIA S. GINWIUGHT vice. She is a member of Great- Mother
Metropolitan E. E. Elliott -
JamesA Morning Speaker i er New Bethel Baptist Church, sister and sister
Effort At St. I and a civic and community pastor ,
1 Jay Fleming, reporter and our
Ebenezer Methodist cnurch worker in the Opa-locka area. I International
bishopV.. L.
MINISTER TAKES A thority on behalf of the women 1042 NW 3rd Ave., observes its I I The guest soloist will be Mrs. Lockhart who needs no introduction -
annual Woman's Day Nov. 29.
to thank all concerned for sucha I Barbara Kee at the morning .
HOLIDAY! wonderful day. The women will be In complete 1
I charge of the service service. Our own Mrs. Willie
Rev. J. B. Blacknell sat back By special Invitation our throughout the day. D. Fuller, will appear as solo- MT. SINAI METHODIST
Sunday and took a day off while newly appointed bishop of the Snow balls, cake and coffee
Hallandale
the women of St. James and llth Episcopal District will The morning speaker will be will be on sale all day in the Fla.
dozens of other denominations grace the pulpit of St James. Miss Sylvia Sidney Glnwrlght. social hall of the church. The Rev. William H. Butler pastorWOMAN'S
DAY
took over Bishop E. C. Hatcher, a well Itinerant teacher of speech and 1st at the evening service. SUCCESS A $300
hearing In the Dade County
"I always tell my little boyto loved and powerful Christian Public Schools .She is a mem service will climax with Mrs. Jesus spoke once more to a
be nice when he is invited gentleman will deliver the ser- ber of St. Paul AME Church I la Ingraham, queen of 1963, few women. He said Launchout

out so that he may be Invited mon for the morning. and Miami Alumnae Chapter of crowning the queen of 1961. into the deep and let down
again," said the speaker, Mrs. Many visitors from our sister Delta Sigma Theta Sorority.Mrs. The public Is Invited to come your nets. Not only did they
I. C. Mickins In her opening address churches will be present so be Betty Stroud will be and share the day at Ebenezer. let down their nets but they

sure to come earl to the also cast out and called othersto
Church.'rBishop -- come and help them In this,
"Friendly
I have been here before andI
their first effort
I MT. CALVARY CHURCH MT. SINAI BAPTIST
am happy to be invited again.
Hatcher will be hereto Insplte of the rainy weather.
The affable Mrs. Mlcklns was complete plans with Revs. Rev. S. Atchison pastor Sunday School began as usual
superb poised and well informed Blacknell and S. A. Cousin for Constance Carter reporter small but spiritually Inspired.By .
on her subject.As the Bahamian Confrence next The members of the No. 1 11 o'clock there was very

much as I would like to, I week. Usher Board would like to take little parking space left as so-
just can't point out any Individual this method to thank you for many of our friends and well
woman who made this night a full report was made helping to make their 29th anniversary wishers from Miami and Hal

day a grand success. They all where In an adltlonal sum a Joyous occasion. landale came to hear a very
cooperated excellently with $7,000. Special thanks is extended to timely and Inspirational message -
their chairmen and captains. Rev. Sims, who delivered the on the theme, "Women
was accounted for bring the anniversary message. in the Changing World," delivered -
After a meeting on Monday Womna's Day total to over Sunday, Nov. 29 at 3 p.m. by Mrs. Aaron D. Hall of

I guess I may take the au- $0,000. >r : will be an important time for Ebenezer Metheodist Church
us. The special event will be Miami.

the church's anniversary. Make The songs or hYmns by the
preparations to attend now for Gouldenalrs as well as the se-
SHILOH BAPTIST ST. PETER'S A. C. you will hear a good spiritual lection by Sister Louise Stra-

Rev. A. M. Griffin, pastor AMERICAN CATHOLIC message sent from the Lord. chan} were like the rushing of

Sister C. M. Myles reporter Very Rev. D. Anthony, OSB the night wind, the hearts of
Choir No. 1 has celebratedits A Requiem Mass will be cele- NEW MACEDONIA M. B. all were strangely touched.

second anniversary which brated this coming Sunday at Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor The evening program was a
ended on last Sunday. The 9 a.m. In memory of the late, Willie J. Beard reporter great success as the services
choir only celebrated Friday Ills Eminence Ernest L. Peter- Services on last Sunday were were ended with a panel discussion -
and Sunday and raised a grand son, D.D., DCL; DC, Primateof high and well attended. The and the crowning of
total of $259.Deacon the American Catholic juniors along with the male our first queen, Mrs. Beatrice-
W. Robinson, presi- Church. chorus were in charge. n1 {kN Fernandas by the pastor's wife'
dent of the choir has expressed Sunday, the women, spear- Mrs. W. H. Butler,
his thanks for your coop- A graveside service will also headed MRS. Sister Fernadas reported the
be held by Sis. Willie M. Williams D. N MAXWELLThe
eration. immediately after at sum of $20.20.
as chairman, Sis. My trice
Let's not forget to pray for the Evergreen Memorial Park. Murray as co-chairman, with women of Mt. Sinai are This is the church where God
our sick and shut-ins. The public is Invited. :! Sis. Delores Chavls as record- looking forward to a glorious speaks and women and men

ing secretary. Sis. Netta Kellyas time on its annual Wiomen's obey. Wte thank all of YOU-our
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN financial secretary an Sis Day Drive next Sunday, Nov. members and friend in helping

6895 N. W. 14th Ave. RIDGEWAYCHURCH Johnnie B. Holt as treasurer, 29. to make this our first Woman's
Day a $300
will be observing their fIrstWomen's success.
Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor OF GOD OF The morning speaker will be
This Sunday morning Rev. Fellowship Day Beginning Mrs.
PROPHECY I Dorothy N. Maxewell of SALTER'S
Savoy will be preaching at Bishop R. B, Davis reporter vices and with closing the morning out with ser-the Northwestern Senior High. The CHAPEL

Trinity Presbyterian Church in Elder H. I. Cox, reporter evening services. Come out and evening program will be highlighted Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor
Key West. Guest preacher at Greetings from the Ridge- with well known persons Flossie Marshall reporter
fellowship with us at the Holy
Grace will be the Rev. Glen- way Church. Pastor Davis and Ghost's Headquarters. I I of the city. The public is There was quite a crowd for
wood Cronin, pastor of Invited. the 11:00
Trinity. members are grateful to the : worship Sunday. In-
Director of worship will be Elder Lord for His blessing toward !RDlte Of all the xvnnriarfiil !1t'tL
J. D. Fanlel. We welcome us. Sunday will be a special MT. OLIVETTE BAPTIST Annual Woman's vltles that were--b-I i held"' in

Rev. Cronin and we are happy day.] It is Youth Obesrvance Rev. I, C. Mickins, ,Pastor Day the city, and attended by many
that he will be with
us. Day at the church. of the members.
The young 1450 N. W. 1st. Ct. The pastor
The Youth Fellowship had a people of the church At BethelTo brought to
informative will be What a Glorious Day at Mt. us a very inspiring
delightful and timein displaying their zeal, gift and You missed message for the
certainly a spiri- our friends morning. The
the many of all
visit with the at
Miami youth love for the Lord. It will do tual treat if you were not pres- denominations and faiths call i s still being made for

Church last Springs Sunday Presbyterian evening. your heart good to be there. ent at the services on last Sun- cordially Invited to youare spend pledges on the mortgage. Did'YOU
day. We came hungry and left the dav with forget to make yours? See-
us
The congenial fellowship and The 11:30: on our annual
a.m. speaker will Mrs. Agnes Davis
filled with the feeling of the Woman's (sec'y) and
the topics discussed were heart- be Miss Kathleen Moss. Sister Day. Mrs Nellie
Spirit. Our pastor was at his Byers, treasurer.
I ,
warming and memorable.We Moss is a member
of the
give thanks to God for a No. 2 Church of God Miami best using as a theme, "A The women of Bethel AME At 3 p.m. the castor was at
of Pro- Search for Church In HIaleah are honored St. Paul A. ,
very full month that is jus t phecy and also Value. Thirteen M. E. for a Cor
a member
passing.Thanksgiving. the faculty of the of souls came to Christ 11 for to have for our morning speakor ner Stone laying service. Rev..
baskets are being Senior High School Northwestern and a won- baptism and two with Chris- the dynamic Mrs. M. Athalle T. C. Kelly is the pastor. Antioch -
Range.
distributed by the board of derful speaker. Please tian experience. Baptist rendered service at
deacons this week it id now we and hear this dynamic speaker come The Youth Choir was most Mrs. Range is one of our city's Salter Chapel for our pastor
turn our attention toward the beautiful In their robes and as outstanding civic workers and anniversary. Monday nlte Rev.
church and the Christmas season always added much to the ser- leaders. The theme for the day i I j Stevenson Is the pastor. Sun-
And at 4:30: there will be a vice with their musical renditions "Building With Prayer." The day nlte St. Paul In Coconut

Remember You are always special program in charge of evening speaker will be Mrs. Grove rendered service also Rev..
welcome at Grace. Sister Dorothy Johnson our Thanks again to Victoria Juanita B. Cole. Mrs. Cole is T. Wright is pastor. This 'event
program director at this time Ward Chapter No. 86 OES for a hard working Christian lady will close Sunday night with
ZION HOPE BAPTIST'' I our guest speaker will be Sis- visiting with us. in the Liberty City area and a Rev. C. Champion of Greater
'ter Rosa Lee McIntosh, state On Sunday evening, Nov. 29, member of Metropolitan AME Ward Chapel. Come out and
Rev. P. Freeman pastor secretary of the Church of Rev. Mlcklns accompanied by Church Join us in this event of helping;
Elizabeth Jackson, reporter Prophecy marker association an choir No. 1 and 2 will preach The chairman us celebrate this affair.
and
The pastor is asking all mem- affiliate of the Church of God the closing sermon for the Min- Mrs. Johnny cochairman The' crusaders
bers to be at the church Satur- of isters and M. Lewis were on a
Prophecy.
Deacons
She is also a Union of the and Mrs. Eloise Breedlove woman day program at the
day at 1 p.m. for the funeralof member of the Homestead Atlantic Coast Baptist Association asking each member to are Jeruselem Deciples of Christ
Brother Jones who lived at Bee
1886 NW 67th St. Church of God of Prophecy.You week which is convening this their captain. Music will be Church Sunday, Elder Olllc
with
New
Mt. Zion Baptist furnished Is
Woody the Don't
by the Zion Hill pastor. forget -
The pastor Is still urging all are invited to come and Church, Florida City, Rev. Baptist Church, choir and ush- the sick and shut .- .
members to attend their week- H. W.
hear these wonderful young Moss, pastor. ers In charge from New Mt. Sis. Willie Thorpe, Rev. Rev.
ly meeting and don't forget to Evening
services will be held Zion McMack
Baptist Johnson and Sis.
people. It will do Church. We ,
pray for the sick and bereaved your heart at Mt. Olivette as usual, music grateful to have are McCloud.

families. good to hear them. I furnished by the Youth Choir. churches. these two I I I We'll see you again Sunday.PAGE .



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PAUL A.M.E. CHURCHMev. FIRST BAPTIST V" _
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1964 PAGE 11
Temperance E. Wright 0 -locka I
Eelvln R. Jacteoix; reporter Rev. W. J. Macon, pastor PHIL OSSOFER THE MIAMI TIMES -- MIAMI FLA.'
On Friday night[ Nov. 13, Mrs. Sara SIcRa(*; secretart I
presiding Elder Frank A, Allen Woman's Day was Indeed a SA
opened the session of his very fine affair on last Sun- YS:1'
7th
Fourth Quarterly Conference of day at First Baptist .. AnniversaryYou CENTER VILLA
this Ecclesiastical year. The
session was very Inspiring and Both speakers of the day On TV radio and in the news- are invited to attend the KINDERGARTENYou

extremely business like. brought very Inspiring messages papers, ads of new and more seventh anniversary of the register now. Hot
At the 11:00: a.m. service potent soaps, cleansers and cosmetics young matrons on November may
Sunday morning the visitationof remind us that our oodles 29, 3:30: p.m. at Bethel Temple lunches and pick-up service
the Holy Spirit was truly In Mrs. McKay and Mrs. Preston and clothing can be the 2310 NW 68th St. Rev. Ira Mc-
evidence. The Morzart Choir ,, chairman and cochairman cleanest, the purest and most Call as M. C. and special guests For information call
No. 1 kindled the flame with were also well pleased with I Impressive to those whom we include C-Lord-C's and Mace-
their spiritual singing, followed the financial results. The high- are trying to impress. We donia Church of God in Christ 691-7796, 696-3802 or

by a forceful, enlightening and est amount raised was by Mrs. Americans are or can be pos- and others. 634-5867
masterful sermon. Emma Macon, who was pre- sL'iy the best dressed, the finest many
Sis
The spirit good was, and high reports, the attendance sented queen. the The crown second by amount last year's was who groomed ever existed and cleanest on earth people, but dent; Rev.Thelma Doris Wallace Akins pastor presi- 5932 NW 17th Ave.

revealing of the respect very the third raised by Mrs. McCoy and the does it mean a great deal? MIIH. UUTII COPELAND
Boards amount by Miss Alfred- ?t
and Clubs have for la Portler Our morals are Indf
I deteriorating Daughter Elks Plan
Presiding Elder
Allen and Pas- delinquency is and
flourishing
tor For Rev.without Temperance E. Wright. The chairman and cochairman prejudices! of all kinds (spiritual Sip and ShowThe REDUCELose
exception, each thanks everyone for dirt) clog the heart which
and every report asked that their job well done. The Daughter Elks of Greater -
pas- was created to be the recipientof
they be returned to us for tor came back to his pulpit the light of God and the Miami Temple No. 709 Invite up to 6 poundb

another year.Following with many congratulations for seat of the revelation of the you to their Coca-Cola weekly
Sip and Fall Fashion Show
closely after a the ladies on their day. All-Merciful. The
leaders
of Sunday, Nov. 29, 5 'til 9 Dr Long
very successful Men's Day, on the time of Jesus p.m.
too
were
Come to First In the Elizabeth
which nearly $3,500.00 Baptist Sun- Mary
was day We outwardly immaculate, hut not Motel. Donation 1545 S.W. 1st St.
raised; $708.12 was raised during are always glad to inwardly. Thus, He admonish- $1.00. Dt. A.

this quarterly conference have you. t>fl thorn---. c.ivfncrIV___ .n. .. ..-,.... imtn_..... un.... E.Shavers Muldrow is chairman Dt. Ruler and Dt. M. FR 3-2748
me proceeding waters nave scribes 'and Pharisees hyprocrltes -
Uoaster of even higher proceedings DAY SPRING BAPTIST for ye make clean the N28,

3001' NW 02nd Street platted, but within they are full
This has been a very of extortion and "
peace-
Rev. excess. (Matt.
William
Slater
much ful year, the Church has made Observing our church's, pastor 3rd 23:25.: ) Homes in Opa-locka, ,Bunche Park
progress uner the leader-
ship of Pastor anniversary on last Sunday we While we are busying
Wright and his our-
were blessed with New
wife. May we take this means I spiritually ourselves before the mirror Liberty City
high services
of thanking them, all of you, throughout the cleanng the outside of the cup,
and almighty God for all the day. Our pastor delivered the do we visualize how we look As low as $100 DOWN
blessing cast our way. morning sermon with the Junior on the Inside? Ale we cleansing -

Join us in our Annual Con- Choir rendering the songs. : the inward self with 1 SEYMOUR M. ROTH Realtor
ference beginning: December 8th At 3 p.m. the Rev. Burney thoughts of love for our fel- ,
at Mt. Herman A.M.E. Churchof of New Providence preached. lowmen? Do we purify our
APPHOVKD FIIA AND VA DHOKRIl
Many souls were stirred hearts with
Opa Locka and help bring After dally applications
our gallant leader back to u.. hearing: this capable minister of prayer and compassion for
we went Into tho dinincr- mom- \ those less fortunate than our- MU 1-3515 14570 NW 27th Ave.
"' 1
r FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTIST r where huge quantities "of de selves" Do we scrub away that INDP

Rev J. E. Jenkins pastor licious food was served. I .spiritual dirt with the elixir of
Ruby Lee Carr reporterI Our pastor spoke again at good Ideas the works without
give thanks unto the Lord night service and our hearts which faith Is dead? (James
for He Is good. His mercy en- continued to burn. 2:17.: )

dureth. forever. The financial report for the Jesus came to prepare u s Finest Selections In Miami
We at Friendship do give'thanks occasion was then read and we for the "many mansions" i
n
to the Lord for blessingI found that we had a very successful His Father's house If we con- Lovely homes open
.I with the revlvallstlc services day. We would like to centrate on the cleanliness of
4 we are having. Servicesfwere thank all those who helped us the body, forgetting the
con- NEW LOW DOWN PAYMENTSEZ
wonderful throughout the I to put the
program over and dition of the spirit withm
?day with our pastor preaching urge you to visit with us again. we shall not enter those)mansions us-, Terms Less Than Rent
;both messages. We are so glad 1 Remember you are always wel- but may instead
'' being .
to know our sick members that come. i inwardly unclean, dwell In the
were In the hospital are at slums of the
world
to
come. 1064 NW 61st Street
[home, namely Sis. Armlntha TEMPLE BAPTIST
['Belton, Sis. Ossie Hammondand 3bedroom, oajc floors, and carport. No qualifying.
;.' :' Bro. Nelson Harris. Our Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor $700 down. $9,500 total price.

F, get well wishes are also extended The numbtr one choir and The Mary Lee __ ___
', to our complete shut- ushers will render service Sunday -.
f' Ins and those who are In d1 s- morning at New Mt. Zion Agency 5229 NW 5th Avenue
Baptist Church
tress. Our Homestead
continu-
!ing. We know prayers God are can heal where' the Ministers and Deacons' 751.5211 751-8112 Brand new, bedrooms, 2 baths, Florida. room and

when the doctor is In doubt. We Union of Atlantic Coast 12391 NE 6th Ave. built-in kitchen. $1,200 down, take over my pay
(tre so elated over our many Association Is in session this ments.
vIsitors each week. Come to weekend. The bus will leave (NYw Address' )
the church at !9 Domrntlr for homes, .
\ [church, have faith lifted. a.m. of
your
t The Red Circle Girls' difttlnrtlon., No registration
;'" \ Chorus, fro 1019 NW 46th Street
: 1h'.{: NEW PROVIDENCE Mattie Barrish president, will Cook, housekeepers, maids
I" sing ( e morning and butlers, chauffeur, housemen Beautiful CBS 2-bedroom, oak floors and carport.
Rev. C. J. the No. choir nnd couple
Burney pastor during the
It
$350 down total FHA
$11,400 price. terms
fr Mrs. Claudia Wilson reporter evening service. indi ,
'' Thanksgiving Sunday was Members! of the choirs are r .

observed by the New Philadelphia urged to attend weekly re- Painting 280 NW 55th Street
Contractor
hearsals for
family on last Sunday Christmas and
during Uoth morning and even- parents are asked to cooperated LIVE RENT FREE. Beautiful CBS duplex, 2-bed-
Ing services. We were by sending their children on WARNER' HINES
1 bath each side. No
room
particularly with an addition of time Wednesday evening. closing cost. $500 down

seven new members at the invitation FHA terms

to join.Hallelujah MT. CARMEL BAPITST .

We at New ,Philadelphia praise the the Lord! Rev. D. A. Bradley pastor A We have the largest selection of CBS 2 and 3 bedroom

church of brotherly love, werecertlinly We Sis.have Louise White clerk I homes in Greater Miami area.
so much to thank
thankful to the Lordfor
reaping this great Thanksgiving the Lord for the chairman, S....
Jessie
Lee
Smith
( harvest of new mem- and the cap-
tains of the Women's Day at

bers.Our day was filled with good the:Mt. wonderful Carmel wish to express NEWS REALTY Inc.
cooperation that
things, Inspiration, appreciation
was given to them.
On Nov. 22.
and Joy In the Lord for We had
his manifold blessings. Lest we Maytolle a Anderson wonderful time. Sis. (The Broker that works for you)
brought to
forget, remember that to be
thankful we must be thought us a very Inspiring message. Licensed and Insured BRAND NEW LOCATION

ful. We must think about the The subject, "Call Out And Set R. City md Countr
Lord for this land of Apart Women For Christ." 4740 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655

opportunity
At 3 o'clock the panel discussion FREE 1 4TI MATE
equality and Justice. Let was (Open Sunday)
us not take things for granted. ing on "Christianity.enjoyed by" all speak- Service phon. 634-2043
The
even-
Let "thank andmean
us say you" ing ,
message was brought by
It when we It.
say Sis. Marie Hodge
which
was
A special treat was the speech enjoyed by all.
delivered by Jim Carney a
Speaking about task FUTURE
my as a
teacher In the county special
woman In
a changing world!
education department. Mr. Car- The women of Mt. Carmel had HOME OF FRANKLIN FEDERAL SAVINQSD.aNED
ney halls from New York, received -
a great day thanks! to the many
the B. A. degree from
visitors who came In and
helped TO Bl ONE OF
the University of Miami InHuman
Relations and lacks only us put this! program over. THE FINEST AND MOST

now the thesis to complete COMPLETE FINANCIAL
requisite for the master's degree FACILITIES IN THE NATIONI
brought the evening message.
On this Sunday morning the MftftMMr Is Wet escudos for
yowMif SIM ysur tovoo onts vfMnhM
BEREA BAPTISTRev. pastor and members will Jour- M.bwurd smlnts seoovntifnifan
ney to Homestead to be with M**.**n your
Joseph Toles, pastor the Greater Baptist Ministersand hwr anwd. daIIIrI swA tnNOw
5770 NW 15th Ave. YMCA Deacons Union. The pastor dMdMdI at VM MMTW1 MtO Of...

Truly the Lord Is blessingus is asking all members to go 4J6. .
here at Berea and we are along with him. There will not .y.
thanking him for the wonderful be any services at the church

leader that He has planted Sunday morning. The public !is ..; := FRANKLIN FEDERAL
here for us. cordially Invited to worship -
Sunday was a very high day with us at any time. Our Sunday /hsnli. h.dwst for low ssst, 0 1MAl/tN AND LOAK I AMOCW1OM Of MMJ
In the Lord. Our pastor broughtthe School begins at 9:45: a.m. loe.foM A.....S. NSf M.W. Swi AVINVf PMOIH ITfTiHST.

morning message and theRev. Morning worship 11 a.m., evening -

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TilE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA.

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DEATHS 0'" --- -
L CARDS.MEMOR .

.... RARUE ALBERT .

IN MEMORIAM IN MEMOIIIAM FRANCIS WALTER SUTTON of 2525 WOOD MRS., 2184 ELORA NW BELL 70th St.MAG-Ser-

of NW IGOlh St., died Nov. 20. He vices were held' Tuesday 2 p.m.
In loving memory of our In sail but loving memory of ALBERT HAMILTON well Known citizen of
Goulds was a Survivors are two sons, two
mother and sister 11960 SW 210th St., ,
our in Miami.
mother, died Nov. 20. Services held more than 10 years Providence brothers, a sister, Mrs Gladys
deacon at New '
lie was n Woods
r with
Wednesday in the chapel
Ix Baptist: } Church and pres-
iy.r Rev. Aaron D. Hall oflciatlng.: ident of the Miami Sunlight

Survivors Include his wife, Pallbeaiers.: He will lie in repose JOSEPH BAKER 1370 NW
Mary and other relatives. at the chapel Friday at 2 G4th St., died Nov. 19. Services

rrY, + pan The Sunlight Pallbearerswill held Wednesday from the chapel. -
conduct services in the .

CARD OF THANKSWe chapel)) at 3 p.m.. Services Sat-
at 3 at New Provi-
urday p.m
the family of dence M. B Church with Rev. ALFONSO L. WELLS, '2050
MRS. MARTHA LAURA officiating. His survivors NW 4st St. died Nov. 20. Ser
Burney
vices held Friday at St. James
ROZIER include his wife, Willie Mae
who departed this life November two daughters several grandchildren AME Church.

8 and was buried Nov. 17, .
.wish to thank all friends of JAMES A. TWIGGS, 1590
Davie, Fort Lauderdale, Miami NW 58th St. died Nov. 21 Sur-
Atlanta, Ga. and Pompano LEMME JONES, of 1886 NW vivors are wife, mother, father,
Beach for kindnesses shown C7th St., died Nov. 21. He is a brother, five sisters. Services
during our bereavement. Spec- survived by his widow, Willie Saturday at 2 pm. from the
r ial thanks to Rev. McCaskill and Mae; a son, Otis Thomas; a chapel.
congregation of St, Stephen's daughter, Elizabeth; a brother,
Baptist Church and the Benton a sister, six grandchildren and
; K JLi Funeral Home for efficientand one great grand. Services Sat- SINCLAIR MILTON, 2102
courteous services. urday at 1 pm. at Zion Hope SW 48th Ave., West Hollywood,
l "" Sorrowful Family Baptist Church with Rev. died Nov. 23. Survivors are his

Elder E. Rozier, husband Freeman officiating He will wife, a daughter two brothe'rs.three ,

MRS.. HATTIE BULLARDwho SARA L. WANAMAKERwho Mother, Children Brothers, ]lie In repose Friday at 3 p.m. sisters. Services Sundayat
departed this life Novem- passed away November 7, Sisters, Uncle, Other 11 a.m. at New Macedonia
ber 23, 1063. 1957. Relatives and close friends JOHNNIE SABB of 1034-A Baptist Church, West Hollywood -

She is gone but not forgotten. A loving thoughtA NW COth St. died Nov. 10. He .
secret tear IN MEMORIAM Is survived by an aunt of
Nora L. Jones, daughter Keep your memory very dear Moultrie. G<1. and a cousin, Mrs LEE COATES 1610 NW 53rd
Florence, grand daughtr- God gave us strength to fight it In loving memory of our Louise Burgess of Miami. Ser- St., died Nov. 22. Survivors are
in-law Courage to bear the blow, husttand and father I vices hold Wednesday in the his wife, brothers. Services Saturday -

Jerry, Delores, Jessie, But what it meant to lose you I chapel. j .
Great grand children No one will ever know.
Bettye Wheeler daughter yR +ac I
Flossie Rogers, sister R \ MRS LUCILLE HAMPTON I.

IN MEMORIAMIn And Family I of 2305 NW 71st Lane died suddenly SOCIAL SECURITY
Nov 20 She is
loving of lov- on sur-
memory my r
ing wife vived by four sons: Robert, Joe, I *
CARD OF THANKS Andrew and Freddie Hall: two I. *

The family of the late, daughters Dlanne nnd Sheila
Hall: two sisters as! well as
31RS. ANNA CLARK MOBLEYwho other relatives of Selma, Ala. -riQ-

1,: expired November 4, 1061 She was sent to Selma for final
wish to take this method of rites.MATTHCW. A*..urrsiio WITH TMt U4. OVMMMIMf

thanking the many relativesand
(
i&b i friends for their kind wordsof "Persons receiving social security -
Y 4'' ( j expression and services ren- ) THOMAS of benefits are required to
fi200 NW 2fith Ave. No. 19 died
dered during our bereavement. report any event which may
.. Espcially do we wish to offer Nov 21 He Is survived bV his affect' your benefits," said Ed-
sincere thanks and sister, Rozle Townsend a
appreciationto ward P. Blonston, Manager of
Fr Lambert Sands, rector, 4'V4k brother Earl Thomas; three' the Miami' North Social Secu-
St. Agnes' Episcopal Church; nephews!, Warren Townsend rity District Office.
j Bain's Funeral Home, Mr. and James Bradley and Arthur Lee
Mrs. William Stirrup Sr., and ,+ : as well as! other relatives and Failure to report an event
the entire E. W. F. Stirrup L.,, "" friends. Services will be heldIn promptly might cause Inconvenience -
family. To all who In any man- the chapel Saturday at 1030: to the beneficiary and
9
.J ner assisted us, we profoundlyand M n.m with Rev. Stephenson of- may delay his benefit checks.
humbly say: "Thank you" MR. MOSE MILLER flclfltinj Ho will lie in repose
One event which should be
'I'" '" David Mobley husband who passed November 0, 1QG.3. in the chapel Friday afternoon
those
':.:,. t., reported by receiving social -
;" Alexander Clarke Sr., Gone, but not forgotten: securty checks Is change of
f 1'f :iJ father Mrs. Lillian Miller address. It is simple to
report
/ BENJAMIN IPADLBY the
./, .' .i,< :::'. z.; ,. And Family And Family 7-month-old son of Mr. and and should be done before a
: .t.>'/;'''''.... 'IIf.l! ; Mrs Leon Hndley died Nov. 10 person moves to a new address.
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CARD OF THANKS Services In the chapel Friday Another event which must
MRS. BERTHA ROBINSONGone IN MEMORIAMIn morning at 10 o'clock. be reported promptly is changein

but not forgotten, memoriam of work status. Any beneficiary
Memory goes on. .. who works- and pvnoorfn tearn
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Emanuel Robinson, r& -\ RIRHftRDSON more than $1,200; during a year
husband L I must report this fact. Often
r Patricia Robinson I some benefits are still payableeven

daughter FRVNCir nriON nf 3101 NW though a person earns
Maude Jackson sister i: 1i2nc1 c:'? (11 o i New, 21. Surviv- more than $1,200.
Mamie Warren, sister I : ors '' f;' > nephews. Oliver,
Tier'''''n nWIcI> and WJllleR. Some other events which a
IN MEMORIAMIn Gulc'",; :,'ul Slngletary; three woman receiving benefits as a
wife must divorce
niec "r, Jewel Mays, Mrs. report are a
memory of our dear HC'1 <:"t'pt'1'V! :and MIR! A1-" from her husband or the deathof
mother, ler'1 r'1; her husband. A widow must
rms i and several other
-
MILEY WITHERSPOON :t tv ,.'. report remarriage if her bene-
MRS. 1( ..:.. ,. "r ""-s Mr. Culon a na-
who departed this life Novem- .{ '". ..../ 11,'e "r "" '1 Pirollm: had lived fits are husband being id on her deceased
ber 23, 1960.There's < ,.", in "I .'ii for 411 Service account. ,
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.. years -
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an open gate at the i e: .,' 'rI vinp hv I
\ ". tl ..! "j' (' ; at Greater Any person receiving tihectaf;
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the road I {.t ,,: ...1 '
end of )
I'; ,1 .. ..... .f : .,",'! p"f Church with for a child must also adviser I
Through which each must go -. ." "' i..tJ ,; RC'K '\. rv>u
alone, ....'. .j"'f, -- _- tration if the child married;
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And there In a light we cannot ; ." .. ':" .."I: ....k''i'I'e.t. D1" dies, or leaves his custody.If .
"AHNKS
( .I of 85 Mc-
see, I I S" 'J'" :: : :, .j fon"' ,
Our father claims his own | 1.1'i.. .. ..'} Pcurt Naples, died Nov. boneflts
paid to
; I. 'I.. \... >:. \,.,," .':<0, 22.fT;" survlvor Include are being
Beyond. the gate your loved one t.I'4''t \"' :.it, ., i. dmtr'''' ur a an individual because of a disability -
or- iqs
''
find happiness and rest, '.;' ; :.. :.. ..1 of ;" Minerva' : Barnesi.Viifrt a prompt report must
And there is comfort in the Ml person
f thought LEROYaAPCULPEPPER: 'I t, (vas hr"nrl T.' .Tte W', H, Jpffers engaged in any work or if his
That a loving God knows best. thank the many relatives and 'r nrpi-ii 1 Home In Vicksburg !- condition Improves enough so
Misses Altermease. Frankie friends, neighbors and people I ROLAND E. SANDERS I for final rites he could return to work.

and Charlotte Wit erspoon, who helped to make their bereavement our dear beloved son and _
daughters bearable. Without brother who dennrted this life MRS KATIE BELL of 3500 Anyone who has a questionas

William Amos, Wllmazetta your encouragement this sor- November 30, 1963. Florida Ave., died Nov. 21. She to whether or not a parti-
and Beverly, grandchildren rowful occasion would have Deep in our hearts we silently leaves to mourn three daueh- cular should event must be reported
been almost unbearable. say; tors Mrs. Mary Demery. Mrs. write, phone, or come
He is not dead he Is into the local social
Just away Pearline security
CARD OF THANKSWe Again we wish to thank you Sadly missed but he will be Bell two Bell and Mrs. Minnie office at: 234 N, E. 79th Street
for kindness, words of ; sons Willie T Bell
your remembered.Ella .
are extending thanks to encouragement, deeds, telegrams Wooden, mother and Brank Collins: nieces,
our friends who showed nephews. The body was: ship-
many flowers and other
many
And
love toward us during our hourof services. May God bless you. Family TINt to the Vidalia Funeral You make the call I
for the loss of our Home in Georgia.
sorrow From the family of the late make the haul
dear mother
Leroy Culpepper.Mrs. .
MRS. LEASHER ASHE McGhaney SpeaksTo John Ford of 35: :-D NW 13th
who passed on November 9. Clementine Pettigrew St. died Nov. in f Ho Is survived A. JOYCE
Thanks to Father Elisha Clark Mrs. Mary Cave the public, members old bv manv friends Including
and Father Theodore Gibson Mrs. Essie Mae Lewis I and new, through the years you Mr. McPhall who he was residing HAULING OF ALL KINDS
for wing their services also) Mrs. Agnes Phillips I have been an Inspiration to me with. Arrangements are
Mr. Bain and staff ofthl Mr. Lonnie B. Culpepper and all of us. This I will Mess: Incomplete. Top Soil Trash Sand

Bain's Funeral Home. Mr. James Culpepper you In the name of our Father
From,, jMr. Rufus Culpepper in Heaven. ..* LT. FREDERICK HALL of Fill
Mrs. Marie Palmer. Mr. Lamar CulpepperMr. T the United States Army was
thl daughter Ernest CulpepperMr. Just to say hello, thank you shipped l from Paris. France on 3110 NW 67th Street
Mrs. Viola Sweeting, Ronald Culpepper .and God bless youfrom The Nov. 25.! The body was transferred -
daughter Twenty-four nieces Christian Se }ice. Prayer Fel- to the Coleman Funeral

I'. Joseph Ashe son ,Nineteen nephews lowship of Dade County. Home In West Palm Beach. Phone 696-7304


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CLASSIFIEDFOR FOR SALE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1904 PAGE 13


loot NW 47th Terr. THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.


RENt FOR SALE3BEDROOMS NO CLOSING COSTS. CDS 3- .... Carver Ranches Is thankingeach
bedroom, 2 baths, Florida and who attended
everyone -
NICE, CEAN ROOMS. Hot arid room. Enclosed front porch Broward J their Men's Day program on

cold water, kitchen privileges, CAN'T QUALIFY DAD carport painted, appliances.inside and Newly out and Sunday, Nov. 22.
reasonable rate. FR
1-5381
CREDIT nicely laniisca ped. Price Is only
5th County
1758.. ...NWT. place. CBS home in Allapattah. $500 $11,000 with $350 down and Funeral services for Sinclair
NtCE.ROdM Jh private home down total $85 month, only $8,000 FHA terms. Life Realty, Broker -' Milton will be held Sunday at'.
good Condition, beats: rent- News
4932 NW 7 Ave. PL
2
from New
Macedonia'Baptist
p.m.
2481 NW 59th St. NE 5-8010. Ing. A. D l1-Korl, Realtor, Ph. 9-1371. Church at 22nd St. and ,
anytime 751-2243.
'18th Ave.,' on the corner south .
NICE? ROOM In private home, REALLY LOVELY 2015 NW 41st Street flyWolter of Carver Ranches Park. Mr.

a settle man of a nice working 1711 NW G3rd Terrace NO QUALIFYING CBS duplex Bovre Milton, an old pioneer of MIami -
47th was highly ail-
St. area,
3-Uedrooms, 2 baths on move
0349654..iRGE, road Addition
Open Sunday 3-5 p.m. one side and 2-bedrooms, 1 Shop to
Drive by this beautiful Carver Ranches In 1948.
place
bath on the other. This Is a
3-BEDROOM HOUSE, Only $350 down. FHA terms Carver Ranches will have a
corner duplex completely
,
partly furnished, Fla. room, Phone me today and I will fenced, tile roof new school next year It was he South Broward Post No.
shrubbery, spacious yard. 5260 show you. A. IJcn-Kori. Realtor, ai separate furnishedon garage announced Tuesday, ov. 24. 8791 Veterans:: of ,Foreign Wars
NW 32rd Ave. Phone phone anytime 7512213.I31O Moth sides.beautifully Price, down The new school site will be at wish to thank each and every-
63410875VERY : ment and monthly pay- SW C2nd Ave. and Pembroke one who helped to make their
paymentsvery
3 BEDROOMS Road. The announcement was dance last: week a success.
reasonable Key at Life ,
.LAAOB spacious room ONLY $11,800 TOTAL Realty, Broker, PL 0-4371. made by Myron Ashmore, Supt
with all modern conveniences, Broward County Schools. The Carver Ranches Fire'
This nice CBS, $350 down, Open evenings and Sundays. meets
In quiet place call 751-1452 or Dept every Friday nightat
G96-S545. oak floors, large modern kit- the Chamber of Commerce.
chen. $84 month )nays all)) FHA. Make Offer The Central M B. Church of Building on 44th Ave.

CHEAP ROOMS for men, cooing A. Ben-Korl, phone anytime 777 NW 77th STREET
privileges, neatly furnished, 751-2213.
phone 9-8125. .-oedroom. 2-bath CBS, large
2-BEDROOM 2 BATH ot. See this excellent buy at CHRISTMAS GIFTS

ONE BEDROOM furnished apt. ONLY $11,000 TOTAL nee and make your offer toEd
Free llehts and water, adults CBS Weeks at 757-7031. GoldKarb CORSAGES FLOWERS PLANTS
lovely corner, tile roof
Realtor D12
only. 1870 NW 55 Terr. 635-0089.
carporte, etc $71 month pays: DECORATIONS and! ARRANGEMENTS
all $300 down FIIA. A. Bcn-
FURNISHED and unfurnished Korl, phone anytime 751-2213. EMERGENCY
LOW THICKS
efficiencies and 1-bedrooms, duplex HIGH QUALITY -

air condition quiet neIgh- $100 DOWN SH7 MONTH $350 Down
borhood, 1241 NW 77 Terr 3-bedrooms and 2-bedroom 741 NW 77th Street RUTH-HADEN ORIGINALS
adults only, !
CBS In now North Dade, New
Liberty: City area nice homes Beautiful CBS home that has 15972 NW 27th Avenue Phone 621.9782ture
TWO-BEDROOM duplex also
,
Ben-Korl
room, OX 18073.FURNISHED anytime\ 751-2213., Realtor phone large lot, tile roof, garage, $! hour"*: 10 ...m. 7 1t.m. Sundays 12 to 0
hardwood floors dining room,
ROOM In good 713 In select area, close to bus and
NW 75th Street shopping. Out of town owner.
location modern 'home. $12 a
week. Call Thursday, 691-1513.:: '- r, 2 bath CBS Tile MUst sell at once. Call Ed =
indf "oof, patio, Uirbecuo. Lovely Weeks] at 757-7631, Gold-Farb BUY NOW! !
'ard. Price h FHA valuation Realtor Decl2

M3.000: with $100 down and homestead exemption |
*80 month. A real fine house 437\ 47 Terrace Take advantage of .

WANTED 'n a. very nice street Life 2-BEDROOM CBS home, porch,
ELDERLY VfOMAN to share Realty, Broker. 4932 NW 7 Ave. garage, large kitchen, stove, 535 NW 48th Street
nL 0-4371. Open evenings and refrigerator, move right In, no
home with mother and three 2 bath CBS
: 3-bedroom, garage
children. Phone NE 4-8244. Sunday qualifying, no red tape, Jaw
price EZ terms, Owner FULLY FURNISHED

1821 NW 47th Street 915- 880, $1,000 down Amortizes at $87 -month ,
IRONING AT HOME. lOc a NO CLOSING COSTS 2- .'
NKlrooms. enclosed front and o .-.'
piece. PL 8-4925. ack porches separate garage, MUSIC U4S80NB 6310-12 NW 24th Avenue

'<'W roof. Appliances partly GIVE YOUR CHILD a chance. .'
Burnished, drapes wall to wall Will] teach music to begInners. 2 houses, income property .
NoticeThe carpeting. Price Is $0,500. $200 nonsonable. Call after fi} p.m. $85 MONTHNO
town' and $77 month. Key at PL 8-4025. $300 DOWN -
Mfp Realty, Broker. 4032! : NW QUALIFYING MOVE ,RIGHT IN
Paul L. A. Pierce Schoolof
7 Ave. PL 0-1371. Open Sun- ----- -
Musical Arts has postponedIts For appointment call MU 8-0521
lay and evenings!
FOR SALE 10 APTS.
concert date which Is to beheld
at the Deauvllle Hotel on UNITED REALTY CO.
410 NW 40th Street
Dec. 12. Mrs. F. Woodard.. Two 2-bedroom, 8 1'bed
T.OVELY 2-lKdroom CBS, Fla. room, air condition, furnished .
-
-oom, Jalousie windows tile
roof stove, refrigerator, air CBS, sprlinker system,
THIS IS THENUMBER -ondltloner Price Iq $11.000 hardlwood floors, laundry,
vlth $350: down and $08 month. next to Grand Union store, A ,Happy Thanksgiving to All From
Mfe Realty Broker 4032' NW
restricted
close to downtown,
7 Ave. PL 04371. Open Sunday. YOUR FRIENDLY FORD REALTY. Inc.
6911262TO location. Sale by owner.

2023:: NW 43n! Street This property sale less than BUY NOW AND BE ''IN TIME 'FOR HOMESTEAD

VO CLOSING COSTS CBS coat FR 97633. Call after
Duplex. 2-bedroom each aide D5 EXEMPTION!!
CALL Tile roof appliances: large 4 p.m.
vQrc1. freshly painted Price I IP 3040, NW 56th Street: An excellent buy for !the re-
tu FOR YOUR : / down $80 month.
nA valuation 5:15.700.100 tiree or .m family $200 <-
-fown and $00 month T.fvrpnt EVERY NITE!
CHOIRROBES 'ree! Key at life Realty Broker 417 NW 46th Street Exceptional 3-bedVooms, 2
4932: NW 7 AVP PL 0.-1371 The ir.'iittmnnd Organ I IN hack month.
')>nen Sunday and l evenings, Ivory: nl,. nt the RntlrllcIxumcr. '! baths. Many extras. $500 down $85
FUKDDIR GRANT cn'rrfnlnM -
HSU NW Gth Court on the Hammond Or- I 1928 NW 48th Street: 'Completely remodelled 2-

or writ RETTY 2-bedroom CBS car- "/i. Vrvor nn ndmlinlon.SATELLITE bedroom home. $500 down and easy monthly
*tfng, annllancps fenced!.
'Vice Is FHA valuation. $0.000 LOUNGE payments.
LUCKIE'S TAILOR SHOP .vlth $200; down ami $02 month
6510 NW 18th Ave. Mfe Realty Broker, -1032! NW 6222 N.W. 7th Avenue"Out EXTRA SPECIALS YEAR END OFFERING:
'' 7 Ave. PI4 0-4371. Open Sundays OWNER MUST SELL! !
Miami, Fla. and evenings of Thin World"HOMES

7021 NW 6th Court: 2-bedrooms, 2 baths. Clean

J1 home. $300 down and $75 a month. 'THE BARGAIN .

FOR SALE OF THE YEAR!!
GO SEE
3410 NW 12th Avenue Another bargain, 2-bed-
3-BEDROOM3|
Open Sunday rooms, garage. Will be put in condition. PRESENTLY
Very lame CBS home with fenced yard, carport,
CLEAN AND PAINTED $300 down,
1832 NW 45th Street big Fla. room, near 7th Ave., buses 'and expressway.
Only $350 down. Low monthly payments. 1 FHA fair monthly terms.

; $350 down $74 month mortgage. Call Harry Denny to inspect these homes OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY AND SUNDAY

CBS, big rooms, 2-bedrooms, now. FROM 1 to 5 P.M.
-0-
living room, dining room, CBS DUPLEXLive Like new 3 and 4 bedroom homes

big jalousied porches, real 20911 NW 30th Court:
dunlex. Rent from
rent free in this very nice one
fire place, Seaview Awnings ant. pay expenses. Total price $12,500 with only -3511 NW 206th Street OUR'SALESMEN' HAVE

rear and) front. Can $400 down. OTHERS IN THE AREA.

Total -.- 3511 NW 208ti! Terrace
be used as 3-bedroom.

\O only $10,700.LIBERTY. 4.BEDROOM, 2 BATHSCBS OPEN EVERY DAY ALL DAY INCLUDING
1 all. No qualifying
like new. $83, Tier month pays ,
REALTY no closing costs. Low down payment. SATURDAY and SUNDAY



4500 NW 2nd Ave. ACTION REALTY, RealtorsE. Ford Realty., Inc. Broker. .'.,,'.

751.7954 or 947-5129 HARRY 1DFNNY 754-0483 3639 NW 15th Avenue lit 635455H '


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r PAGE 14 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1964 State SecretariesHold Arthur Backford Backford, son and of the the that"friendly he and scuffle"Russell when had the a
Enoch
Rev.
fell to the ground dead
latter
Successful ': late Mrs. Backford, died suddenly -
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. drunk. The evidences were
12 while returning -
II' on Nov. ,
.
MeetingThe from Long Island on a i conflicting.The

Florida State Education- mission trip with his father. ,

Northwestern News Dunbar ElementaryNews Secretarial Association held its Young Backford, an architectwas Young Women's Chris-

Northwestern's Color ninth annual Work Conferencein a graduate of Florida Memorial tian Association! new buildingon
Miami College, St. Augustine, Road was officially -
In the observance Miami Nov. 0 and 7. Theme: the Interfleld
+ Guard participated of the Military Orderof Dunbar's PTA Is engaged in "Through The Open Door of Fla. opened on Nov. 6. Sir

World Wars held at the many activities In order to help '64." Roland Symonette, premier of
Miami Stadium on the anniver- beautify our cafeteria and The delegation was composedof Six Bahamian young women the Bahamas, cut the silk rib-.
of the assassination of our grounds.Mr. secretaries from various will he enrolled in the Baha- bon at the entrance to the
sary late President John Fitzgerald Freddie Jones, Sr. Is the county units over the state. mas Police Force on Nov. 23, $67,000 building. A number of
president Orchids to Mr. Jones Dade County Secretaries (Eva and will start training for a interested attended the
Kennedy.The persons
MNHS Marching One for the work he is doing. Let's Dolores Miller, president) planned year before they will be accepted -

Hundred had the honor of playIng support our PTA a very enlightening and as policewomen. They ceremony.
at the tribute to John F. On Friday we were favored fruitful program. Guest speakers are: Miss Mildred V. Mc-
Kennedy held at the Torch of wtlh a treat from the University were: Talmadge. Fair, executive Clain, 20; Miss Theresa LAURA
Friendship Sunday. In addition of Miami School of Music director Greater Miami Baker, 20; Mrs. Esther Stubbs, REV.
to the on Star Spangled Banner Percussion Quartet (Mr. F. Urban League, Miami topic: 21: Miss Norma F. Clarke, 22; Spiritualist, Reader and
Battle Hymn of the Republic Wickstrom, director. Joseph "Through the Open Door of Miss Elsaida M. McFall, 25;
Let There Be Peace and Youngblood, Robert Brody and 1054 Came The Newest New Ne- Miss Anita J, Bethel 22. Advisor
God Bless America, Christopher John Grimes). The children gro" and Dr. Gilbert L. Porter, Healings and blessings toGod's
took the
each More than 170 examination -
fascinated
simply as
were FSTA
senior executive Secretary topic -
Booker, 17-year-old these cho- Powers
but were
selections.
enjoyed the : "What The Theme Means to
assistedby
"Tap. He was
played the first six. Exams will
The highlight came as Mary sen as
Milton Jones. Me. visit will convince
Holly, Willie SIsroe, Eugene be held every three or four One you
Thanksgiving Baskets were Morris, Edward Pinkney and The group toured the Univer- months and six will be addedto that Rev. Laura will help
distributed to needy families sity of Miami Business Education the
take course
Porter Bloodsworth performedwith
by the Northwestern Chapterof Department and Campus; you through her power of
the
the Junior Red Cross. Home- group. Miami-Dade Junior College]] Lance blessings
Girl Scout Troop 640 Is work- Bethel and
for the honorof
competed Junior Business Edu-
rooms College
contributing the largest, Ing toward badges In needlecraft cation and Delta Processing Lance Sergeant Albert E. Hall DONATIONS ONLY
book, drawing, and paint- are taking a course In dog-
most complete, and most attrac- Department and Bacardi Im- UN 6-5882
tive baskets. Ing.This ports Offices. Consultants for handling at the Staffordshlle
also County Police Training SchoolIn 612 71st Street
"The Verdict" an orlsrinal troop participatedIn the group sessions were:
skit wrlten by Cleveland Rogers distributing thank you tags England. They will returnto
assistant Miami Beach
and presented by membersof for the United Fund on Girls Cleoaphus Allgood, Nassau with four police
principal for curriculum, of Take L bus
Mrs. A v n Brown's ETV Scouts Day. Mrs. Hannah Ed- Brownsville Junior High dogs.
wards is the leader.
English Class was well received -
Mrs. Ida E. Archer, retired
by the large class which Brownie Troop 336 and Cub English teacher Mrs. Bess H. The Piece of Eight Inn," a 22-
;
was excited over the presentation Scout Pack 71 hiked to and fliers, supervisor for business room new hotel, is opening at
of this and other skits during from Tropical Paradise on Sat- education, State Department of George Town, Exuma, this SKIN DISEASES
the past week. urday. It was a most enjoyabletrip Education, Tallahassee Mrs. month. It is situated on a hill
The Northwestern Basketball and a first to many experi- Marian H. Shannon instructor; overlooking the harbor, and FREE CONSULTATION
,
Bulls will begin their season, The children the 'has
ences. enjoyed Booker a 45-foot saltwater swim- '
with Dillard High of Ft. Lauder : monkeys, birds, allgator wrestling T. Washington High ming pool.Wendell 'A new approach to treatmentand
dale In a game schedled for and watching the Seminole (president-elect FSTA); William medication based on specialized

December 7th. Willie C. Rogers Indians there. Mrs. Clara Un- Whitten, director of Internal Roker who alleged blood and laboratory
: Accounting for Dade was -
and Chico Gilbert, returning derwood, Mrs. Callie Bradwell, to have killed Adolphus tests.
lettermen are expected to pace :Mrs.: Delores C. Bethel and County. Russell on August 22, w a s DR. n. IIAAO

the Northwestern five. I yours truly went along. Evaluator, Joseph R. Bark- acquitted by a Supreme Court PL 7-7234
Co-captains Ishmael Rolle and i Nelson L. Adams prin. ley, assistant supervisor for Jury Nov. 3. Roker admitted .
Fred Parks of the Tornadoes, I Carolyn Bain Miller, rep'r /justness education departmentState

along with Helen Duhart, Miss i in Department of Education,
T W and her attendats and FRANCES TUCKER Tallahassee.
Patricia Thomas, Miss Homecoming I Dr.I Jay GutierrezCHIROPRACTOR

Vera Lee and Gloria The PTA ways and means FRANCES S. TUCKER
Johnson, president and vice parents are Invited to the
president of the Student Council Equal Opportunity Day Dinnerat Another well attended PTA
visited Northwestern'sPep the Greater Miami Urban meeting was held this month.
Assembly o n Wednesday, j League at Everglades Room It is the banner month for 2200 N.W. 36 St.-Ph. 634-1117
November 25th. In return Co- Hotel EVerglades Saturday, No- : Mrs. V. T. Boone and Mrs. L.
captains Harold Ross and Alonso vember 21 at 6:30: p.m. $5.00 per '' D. Reed since their classes had
Gilbert of the Bulls; Elona 'I cover. 'I' the largest number of parents

Harmon, Miss Northwestern, The PTA ways and means present.A .
and her attendants Delores committee sponsored Its first film strip, 'Tour Child and Vcd
Wallace> and Chollng Brown; '' carnival Saturday, Nov. 14. Reading" was presented by : :
Miss Homecoming, Mary Sims; Dinners were sold, different Mrs. A. P. Keener and Frank-
(president and vice president of games were played. lin Clark with a very Informa-
the Student Council, Arthur Alston Scott represented tive follow-up by our princi-
Humes and Margaret Miles Francis S. Tucker Elementary pal, Isaac J. Meares. A booklet,
visited the pep assembly at School PTA to the 10 District "Your Child and Reading" was
B. T. W. Workshop.At given to each parent present.
the PTA meeting Oct. 12, Under the sponsorship of our
The exchange visits were a plaque was presented to Mr. PTA the boys and girls with
made In the Interest of the tra- Isaac Mears, our principal and their parents enjoyed a Satur-
itional Turkey Day Classic on Alston Scott and one for the day of pleasure at a carnival
Thanksgiving: Day and servedto school. The one presented to Refreshment booths, pie walk,
emphasize the fact that the the school presidents will be dancing and supervised games

two schools are rivals only on placed on plaque for the coming contributed to the gaiety of the FREE DELIVCRY
the football field. DRUG
years. day.We
Celestine Wells, chairman: are wishing a speedy recovery -
Carrie Lee Newsome, co- for Mrs. V. Gainey 0750 NW 15th AVENUE Harold Jolllvette, Manager

MAYS SCHOOLThe chairman. Green. ,
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Co. sponsored Southern a Bell luncheon Telephone for RAINBOW PARK 18 Years of Responsible Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE

the science teachers of Dad e
The American Education
County, Oct 21, nt the holiday I Committee, along with the Service to The Community
entire "MR. JACK"
Inn in Homestead.Its :
Rainbow Park family wish
primary purpose was to I 'o express thanks and apprec- Unu T: FOR

famlllarlzp the teachers with iation to the many parents, visitors STYLES FOR ALL AGES
some of the ultra modern ma- and friends who helped
chinery and equipment whichcan to make the observance or StaM1_. y 1 The Very Latest in Men' Fashions

be used In regular class- American Education Week, very -t. .. SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
room situations and which can Informative and successful.
bo borrowed at the convenienceof Wle began the week by hav- ITALIAN SHOES
the teacher as well as In ing the entire staff worship at
944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami Florida
classroom citations, the the Church of the Transfigu-- ,

equipment can be used In dis- ration, of Opa-locka. Each PL 1-3604 ,
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play or assembly demonstrations. day we were privileged to
have a guest speaker who gave -
views on the theme for the THE VERY FINEST
Some of the equipment used, day. The speakers were Mrs QUALITY '
were the artificial larynx which Ruby Mlzel, curriculum assistant APPAREL FOR SALE
Is an apparatus used to supple; Poinciana Park; James Homes built on your lot
ment the functions of other Randolph, speech and drama

articulation organs when the teacher, North Dade, Mrs. or ours.Beautiful. "Champagne taste, beer pocket?" Come to Grace's
natural larynx has to be removed Louise Lewis, teacher Bunche additions and
where find like-new
you'll exclusive dresses
as: a result of cancer, Park; Rev Samuel Gay, pastor attractive alterationsWe ,
and the wave machine which Is Mt. Hermon AME Church of suits, skirts, blouses, shoes -- all original. $1 to $5

used to teach and demonstrate Opa-locka; Father Thomas demolish your old Mink, fox and other stoles and fur jackets $5 to $10.

elementary wave principle. In O'Toole, assistant pastor of house and build a new, Cashmere sweaters $2. Mink collars $5. Pre-teen
addition to these was an expla- Our Lady of Perpetual Help
beautiful home.
nation of the loser and its uses. Church of Opalocka.Highlighting dresses $1. Men's pure Italian silk suits. $3 and $5.

I Authorities have agreed that the week activities Call us for information Blue serge suits $5. Sports jackets $2. Pants, shoes
,
= the loser can still be readily was the "Back to Good bank financing $1. Skirts SOc. Also linens, drapes, bedspreads and
understood if the
more sophisticated School With New Adventuresin
other household items. New suits $10 2 for
level of molecular phy- Modern Mathematics" night. pants
slcs Is considered. The major Keep your ears and eyes 91f'mmv aaaQ $7, evening dresses $2. We cater to the elite. Grace

concept needed .Is that of ener- open. Something big! Some-
gy banks In solids. thing new! Something different @ GRACE'S THRIFT SHOP

The, teachers "representing Is happening at Rainbow
Mays at the meeting were Mrs. Park. ,Read more atout it next Licensed Insured 2512 NE 2nd Ave. FR 1-8372

Nettle Dove, a biology teacher week.Mrs. 888 NE 79th Street Open 10 a.m. to 5
andtfRayhonrt! Larry, fltrylf rheml- Rosa: Ie Fort on. p.m.
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I RECORD CROWD SOUGHT FOR 32nd ORANGE BLOSSOM CLASSICThat



annual exploslpri bfJnachllieguh battle; A&M scholarships, will be the The City of Miami Is so Impressed 'the next day.
gaited bands arid As Is traditional= the heavies appearance In Rattler uniformas with the unassuming The Rattlers vaunted back-
high i scoring football teams in the cast will be the perennial a halfback of national athletic Negro's feats that 1 t a Mayor field which consists o f three
known as the Orange Blossom grid powerhouse among hero Bobby Hayes of Jack- Robert King High will present Mlamlans, high-scoring quarterback -
Classic! invades the Orange American small colleges, coach sonville, better known as "The Hayes with a plaque of appreci-- Ernie Hart 19G3's top
Bowl Stadium J oh December Oth Jake Galther's high scoring Rat- World's Fastest Human" for his ation prior to the kickoff In the ground gainer and point getter
for the 32nd year; tlers of Florida A & M and its world records In the 100 yard Orange Bowl. Bobby Felts fullback Freddie
I famed bahd# that made: Rlpley's and 100 meter dash distances, Miller and Hayes of Jackson-
Promoters of the contest gen- "Believe It Or Not" for its 320 Hayes helped the U S. men's On December 4th, getting a ville, does its galloping behind
erally identified, as the guest for step per minute pace. track sqUad squash the Russians seven-month Jump on fireworks 235 pound per man line. A&M
the national Negro collegiate I' In the recent Olympic season, the A&M march- I won last year defeating Morgan
football championship, have A&M's opponent is to be announced ing band will I lead a parade I State In the Classic 30-8, strlk-
sometime this week. I Games In Tokyo by winning a through the streets of down- I In for three TDs In the final
worked overtime to assure a i An added attraction of the 1964 Gold Medal and assisting Id the town Miami to herald the ensuing period. A&M has won 16, lost
record crowd for the pending OBC whose proceeds go for collection of another. clash In the Orange Bowl ,, 14 and tied one of the 31 OBCs.

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I FAMU RATTLERS SLAM Honored Hayes To at Be Classic I 3 Gain Berths On All I


The City of Miami will honor

BETHUNE COOKMAN 3114Florida Olympic Bob Hayes Gold winner Medals of iuid tW'o the American Grid SquadThree

"World's Fastest Human," In
A&M University !tattlers FAMU score when he belatedly the Orange Bowl Dec. 5. Negro stars won A-!! I sa 'ers a senior from Omaha,
defeated the Bethune- finished his long gain with a Hayes will receive a plaque American acclaim today as the Neb., highlighted( : his breakaway -
Cookman Wildcats by 31-14 Ina six yard plunge over the goal from Miami Mayor Robert: American Football Coaches Association | feats this season with an
bitterly hard fought contest Hayes carried again for t he King High before the kickoffof named: its top three 82-yard touchdown dash against
masked by penalties on both conversion and two points. the 32nd Orange Blossom 75th annual Diamond Jubilee | Wyoming in a losing cause.
sides which saw two FAMU Classic In which the athlete teams. |I The 21-year-old galloping Gale
and one Bethune player thrown With 25 seconds left on the will perform as a member of The trio W H led by Gale was a factor in the Jayhawkers'
out of the game for unsports- clock, the King-Gibson com- the Florida A&M footUUl team. Sayers, Kansas halfback, who 7-3 win over Texas Christianthis
manlike conduct. bination brought the crown to this fall. He carried for
I I Lew Price, Miami-Metro publicity was picked on the first team
Its feet with a thrilling' 43 yard director said, "It Is only for the second year in a row. five yards, then pitched out to
The rugged defensive unit of pass and run for a touchdown, that this outstanding The other choices were Junior quaterhack Steve Renko who
proper
the Wildcats held the highly ,I King hit Simmons in the end athlete be acclaimed In the halfback Mike Garrett of Call- aped 17 yards to the Texas
touted Rattler offensive for the zone for the conversion to com- area where his rise to track forlna and junior tackle Bill Christian ].I. Five plays later
first twelve minutes and then' plete the scoring leaving FAMUon fame began." Yearby, both of whom made W3111 Ray Smith went over
lightning' hit In the form of a I'' the long end of a 31-14 It was during the Gold Coast the third team. from the six.Sayer's ,
pass from Morand to Olympic count Robert Hayes was honored 6-foot-l and 104
AAU meet at the University of The three elite elevens selected -
champion Robert Hayes In ceremonies with
sprint pre-game pounds Joined Dick Butkus,
Miami Feb. 17 1902 that Hayes by the 512 members of
who scooted to the 21 yard lineon sifts from BethuneCookmanCollege Illinois center, nnd Rick Redman -
broke the existing 100-yard association announcedin
a 53 yard run to set up the the student body, fra- the !' were Washington: guard, as repeaters -
dash record with a 9.2 second the current I issue (Noy. 28))
first Rattler score, Morand lat- ternities and sororities. on the first team.
performance. The record was of TV Guide magazine by Len
i
streaked around end
er on a disallowed because the Casanova, association presidentand Garrett, compact 5-Toot-8
keeper for four yards and first caliber starting gun was used University of Oregon head toter from Los Angeles, Calif.,
blood. David Daniels kicked for Classic Halftime Last year In a St. Louis AAU coach. was a high-ranking scorer in
the extra point to give FAMU a meet Hayes ran the 100 In 9.1 I The coaches, continuing a the Pacific Eight and hero of
7-0 first period lead. Show AnnouncedThe
and was dubbed the "World'sFastest tradition founded In 1RS9! It y wins over Colorado and Stan-
The second quarter was scoreless half-time pageant of this Human." the late Walter Camp, Yale I ford. Against Colorado, he scored -
with the defensive squadsof year's Orange Blossom Classic coach, based their picks on on- three touchdowns and accounted -
both teams giving stand out will include these formationsby Clay-Liston To Try the-spot observations, scouting: : for all but one point in
Simmons nnd careful study of Southern Cal's 21-0 thiumph.
performances, Jerry the FAMU Marching Band reports
snagged a Morand 'pass to sty- company front, to the tune, Again Apr. 26 1,000 game: films supplied by Yearby, a towering 220pouner -
mie one Rattler offensive and "Barnum and Bailey's Favo- BOSTON The Cassius Eastman Kodak. from Detroit, shone as one
the fighting Wildcat line stopped dlte:" island, palm tree and Clay-Sonny Liston heavyweight of the finest tackles in tho Big
the Rattler thrust inside moon, to the music "Moon bout has been: rescheduled to Ten, where his Michigan team
their 10 and took over on the River"; a block formation and next April 2G at Boston Gar- day| night, but Clay underwentan wan a power. He maintained a
1 yard line with seven secondsto 'hernia operation stellar pace established last!
dance maneuver to the tune, emergency \
go In the first half.A "Alexander's Ragtime Band";; \ den.The title bout was originally last Friday forcing the post year played as 258 n sophomore minutes.POQOOOOOCHPOOOOCKF. when he
Bethune-Cookman fumbleon I a heart bow and arrow formation scheduled to be held last Mon ponement.
in which an arrow Is shot
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Rattler !score in the 3rd period the music of "Li'l Darling," anda For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Hates Call
when four plays later Bobby I company front formation with
Felts swept end for six yards diamonds in a precision drill
and a touchdown with Thomas routine.
bulling' over for 2 points.
The pre-game show scheduled 1" 4tAL ,
The partisan BethuneCookman by the band will be highlighted BONDED I
crowd of 5.000 had reasonto by the formation, of the
cheer when King hit Gibsonfor letters, "LBJ," in a salute to
a 24 yard pass, followed bya President Lyndon Baines John-
15 yard penalty for roughing son, 36th president of the Unit-
against FAMU, bringing the ed States. Music for this for- RENTALAGENCY.INC.
ball to the 20. King hit Gibson mation will consist of "Happy
again on a screen pass and he Days Are Here Again" and I I II
went in standing up. Hannah Hello Dolly." Other pre+game I I II
failed in the run for conversion.The show formations will Includea I I II

Wildcats failed to picku block, to the music of "Vir-' I I II
and the y4.,4i .
p 1st down yardage on 4th ginia Rattler Fanfare" I I II
Alma Mater
down deep in their okn territory "Texas Southern ; I I II
formation, to the
a concert
and surrendered the I I II
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music of "Swan Lake, and a
ball to the Rattlers on the 13. I I II
Three plays later Felts carriedIn block formation" to the "National I I II The largest collection and rental
from the 7 yard line on an Anthem. I I
end sweep for his second TD. IIII
in
Hayes sion. carried in for the conver- Best Method to Sell! agency in the South; operating


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School Board Fair In THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA.



Teacher Integration? r


Negro Teachers Go employed! will occupy positionsthat 4, Why aren't Negro teachers rf
would ordinarily go to placed in white schools f
Down; Whites Up new teachers; therefore, fewer along with Negro children?
Netgro teachers will be employed Mrs. Roberts cannot support
The School Board's recent In the future. her statement that Negro r
decision to release another Negro -
General thinking among teachers need special training.
principal from his duties school officials !is that Negro Color is not a good basis for "
shows! that Integration In Dade teachers are not qualified to Judging n person's ability to doa
County brings rewards to one work with Negro children good Job. No race has a monopoly ,
na1ti's to anotherAs on brains.It .
expected, the Negro principals Nothing could be further
and teachers are the from the truth. Long before is rumored that many of t
pawns in this new experiment, quality education became pop- the white teachers sent to the
ular !in Dade County, Negro schools as consultants and
"
This trend was establishedsome teachers hard able to "
worked to uplift teachers are not always
time ago when several the standards of the children perform the services needed. t. .i
.
Negro teachers were trans- 'ii' .
whom they taught. ( >> /
ferred from the '' ,
integrated '
schools
newly Are Negro being :
'It ;
,
Miami Dade Junior Col- The statements given to the I used as a means of giving employment \' ). t. iot ,II t? '
lege to work in Negro high I news media by Mrs. Lyle Rob-. to those who may "i''{';; .... "' 1,1 ,' ,.4.II'' .
schools. Before they were Informed erts, chairman of the school otherwise remain unemployed. ,.. .';i"'iIJ
, of their future Jobs, board and Dr. Joe Hall, superIntendent ., .",". .;:I'ft
they were used in various me-. have only helped to Negro teachers feel insecure.
vial capacities until locations add to the rumors about the They don't know when the PATRICK SHAW
could be found for them. Many future of Negro teachers in "hatchet" will fall again, Thereis
questionable changes!: have Dade County. a need for a better under- "I am a graduate of Northwestern High Schools
been made since then. standing among all
"Phasing Out" simply means Many questions have gone concerned. This writer hopes and am now preparing for a business career at the
that the Negroes who are now unanswered;; for example: that some solution will be
1. Why are white found before more damage 1 is Miami Business College. I am studying bookkeeping
pupils
bussed done to the teaching profes-
Mrs. Gandy Dies: 2. Why pass aren't Negro white schools pupils? sion in Dade County. so that I maY'' enter Civil Service or get a job in com-

required to attend schools This Is not a teacher problem merce or industry. If you would'' like to prepare for a
Taught Here 27 Yrs. nearest their homes? This is the problem of all men
3. Why aren't qualified Ne- and women, regardless of race good paying job with pleasant' working conditions,
Mrs. Clementine Julia Candy groes placed in supervisory who want to see fair and equa 1
retired teacher, died Wed- and administrative positions? opportunities for everyone. call or write for details .
nesday evening, Nov. 25 at

her She home.came to Miami !in 1922 Irr Miami Business

Booker and Dade began County her teaching at the careerIn old< FORD REAL ESTATE SPECIALS!!!! College

T. Washington Elemen-
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bar Elementary where she retired Apartments for rent: 1217 NW 38th St.
in 1950. She taught In 2-bedrooms $20 a week
Dade County for 27 years. I-bedroom i -- $16 a week 377-0294
She was married to the late
Gilmore George Gandy. Houses For Rent: Please send full information about your courses
Dana She Dorsey is survived Chapman by ,a two niece, 1228 NW 42nd) Street $16 a week

grand nieces, Dana D. and 1529 NW 40th Street $16 a week I am interested in ( ) Day ( ) Night Classes
Stephana Chapman, fiv e
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the Richardson Funeral 1309 NW 45th Street: $20 a week CITY................................................. TELEPHONE ........................
Home and services will] be hole P.8.
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SUNDAY 2:30 to 5:30 P.M.

ThE" Community Relations I BUYfNOW TO, GET YOUR 1965 HOMESTEAD
Ttnarcl will ask 'Metro Commit ,
Rlonpr Monday to throw their EXEMPTION AND SAVE 100's OF DOLLARS,
weight behind a purely: voluntary MODEL HOMENOW
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plan under which emnlov. NO CLOSING COST ON ANY OF FOLLOWING

ers would promise eoual j Job
omx>rtunltle
ttrOM.The 10-member!) board OPEN Only $66.88 month FHA. for this spotlessly clean

rp* 1'01I"v of non-dhcrlnMnatlon! tt" carport fenced rear yard. $250 down.
whIMi' employers will he asked
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TO sicm. 520 NW 45th Street
The bo-mi feels that 1745 N.W.
with'
the endorsement of Metro 6 Ave. 3-bedVoom CBS, Fla. room, large lot (75x100). Tile
Comm!! 'lnn. tho Ion* road frv roof dining: room, garage. $350 down FHA. $78.16
'V4lrrJ "nrovlrllnrr canal omjor ;:month. Lovely, street;
imltv for all nersons. regard .
)At 1ll9 of "'may he or nAtfon- 1474'NW' 83rd -Terrace
origin
: made short- 4-BEDROOM % BATHA .
er. $63.90 'month FHA. CBS, tile roof, Fla. room. Only
,Tfi'bo-ml the ?OTT>"i I ss loners nsrpp '7'' years old, $250 down. '. ,
I is
nremred to set un "BETTER HOME"
l' n"n"rnm to bYlnrr toethe" WITHIN YOUR BUDGET o

"nrftv"nth pnmJovp.r" and the mi' SEE THE FOLLOWING, THEN CALL :EDISON

of..pn"l"Irq'J1I rrntina' ,I n for five-nolnt the' nu"OOp phn! FHA VA NO SECOND MORTGAGE 1760 NW'45th Street
) mnlovor,
"M",1'q no1f v who would)"l"Int he t h p > Extra large' CBS home, 2 porches 38 ft. carport.
to n'Qn1:1v' thp Communl nermlttori ( Down Payment From $200.00 Lovely equipped kitchen,. only $250 down FHA.
tv ,1rttfnnq $10,500 .
Tonn's "Metro, total.'
nnilton
Tarin Cnnnh( Knw] On.
po..t""Itv l'nnlnt'nr" Pm"m 4100 NW 14th Avenue
'rhf'hnrt1'cJ caId. "tlnlt+ Monthly Payment .From $73
through friio pnualnnnortunltv f'\'n1n_ Lovely CBS duplex on corner. Just like new, kitchen
mont nn 1\TP'lJV'l"'O i 'equipped 2-bedrooms each side. ,$16,500 FHA val I
linn oth"'r,,'" } to he bettor nrnvldPd thl'J""otfvattf Open daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. uation.

a thprn!;elve!;" for better nrerxnrp po 5ltlonis. -ALSO- I

4.J 1 (Saturdays and Sundays included) CBS home, dining room, large kitchen, wall to wallcarpeting. i

V Notice $10,500 total, $250 down FHA $75 I

,To all the offfrers and! m.em- Come in and look around month. !

hers of Mater J.Jorp! No. fi there will'" be a SDe'fal 1 m 'etlnf REALTY' Realtors
on ;PatnMov Nov. ?8 at 8 p.m. Or call FR 4-2840 ,
8t'.'7&11' ? .rJ Avn.
175 N.W.
62nd St.
'., HPr1Mrt MAfor. WM a9' T.1.I"IR" 7512441Is
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