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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 5, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( 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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'YEAR, No. 14 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER, 5, 1964 16''PAGE5"=TO CENTS__



Miami Urban Renewal Miami Set For Classic' I




I Plans Set for ApprovalHuge Weekend; Tigers Favored


Thc streets of Miami are takIng -
the air of Mardi Gras:
a
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Community 19th KT. and 3th AVti. ters" instead of hlghrlse apart-
as the city catches the fever of
The center, whose purpose is ment buildings next to the the 3nd renewal of the Orange
Center PlannedMetro's to prevent new slums from East-West Expressway Inter- Blossom Classic.
spring up in the area, will be change as was orglnally) plan- Thousands 0 f visitors from

first Urban Renewal in a large "village" of shops ned.The all the began '
over country pour-
and churches at NW 19th St. new project plan calls
area is to have a "community ing into Miami this week to
,and 5th Ave. for rehabilitating 050 of 2,200
center" featuring classes I the Negro an-
training witness biggest si
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"The training; classes and dwelling! units In the area. Debris .
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in better living as part of other projects will come I n from the destroyed shacks ,: sored sporting event in the
the nation's anti-poverty pro- conjunction! with the Eco- and crowded "concrete c t country.Miami .
new monsters" "
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gram, it was stated Wednesday. \ and Miami Beach hotels'are
nomic Opportunity Act, Tucker will be used in some
Along with, offering; facilities said "to Insure that once the cases to create artistic moundsin tk5;' loaded with visitors and tho
for theater the local( l entertainment calendar is
productions, area is redeveloped it stays re- a landscaped park area, ?
center will teach better housekeeping developed.The Tucker said. : +. crowded to assure a gay and
weekend.
habits and personal center and certain other lively
hygiene. Too NEW UNITS The Grambling College teaju
I Improvements. such as a proposed Some 700 new dwelling units Is favored over the FAMU\ Battlers -
Urban Renewal
Edwin Tucker
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swimming
public pool
will) also be Hullt.I /4 the Is
but most of money
Director, confirmed that the farther north, will hinge on the
center had been added to the cooperation of the city of I Those buildings which are going on Jake Galther's speedy
allowed to l'emalnTucker
emphasized led by sprint champion
crew
near-final plans recently sent Miami, Tucker said
will \be drastlcall
to federal authorities crucial ]Bob Hayes and exNorthwestern
in the 55-mlllion a dollar TOWN 1IOUHKH: IXHTI ..\)) OF overhauled, including; new fix- star Bobby Felts.
step
IIIOHItlBK ATAKTMISNTS tures and numerous additions, ..
rehabilitation of' Miami's cen- '" .
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tral Negro district It was disclosed Tuesday that and enlarged open spaces for
there were plans for a networkof parking and relaxation will be
some 200 town house "clus- provided.Minister's <1\:'" ,
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Dr. Bertram E. Sears, son of
Mr. J Ernest: Sears, 1511 N. W. rt
all-white 12-mun Circuit car were drinking and 05th: St., wan recently appointedto }
Court jury in Jacksonville Wed- a Negro district showed they the faculty of the medical
nsday convicted a white' were "looking for trouble," said school of the University of ,
preacher's son of manslaughterIn Assistant State Attorney' Oklahoma, after completion of ; t
I the slaying of a Negro woman Nathan Shevltz. his residency training In Anesthesiology -
I last March during. u periodof The other three men will l>q. .
racial strife. I'tried later. Dr. Scars/ began his affllat-
The trial lasted three days Ions with the University 01Okla.
and the jury brought in the 2 Teenagers In 1D5D when ho entered (
verdict after an hour's deliberation u general practice residency
Convicted of MurderA after completion of his Internship
J. W Rich, 22 was given until in Flint Michigan Ho entered 11011 11AYES1P
Dec. 14 to file a motion fora 12-man Circuit Court jury! the specialty of anesthesiology -
s new trial. He will be sentenced convicted on Wednesday two after one year general
at that time if the motion is 10-year-old boys one the fatherof practice residency However, i'. a f '
denied. a six-month-old daughter of His specialty+ training was in- .
James E. Hogan, physician Rich was charged with first first degree murder. duty during which he served ,'I "
and civic worker in Miami, degree murder in the l shooting Mercy was recommended by tcrrupted' by two years of army 1 Mr ,IN AtI
has accepted the duties of of Mrs. Johnnie Mae Chappell the two verdicts for Kerry as Chief or Anesthesia and 1
chairman of the 19G5 Sustaining 35, who was killed March 23 Francois, 7738 NW 15th Ave., Operating Services at 08th General {
Membership Drive of DIs... while looking for a lost' purse and Leroy Walker, 551 NW 7th Hospital in Ncubruckc,
trict 10,. of the Boy Scouts of beside a highway just south of St. Judge Harold Spaet said he Germany.He .
America. He has previouslybeen Jacksonville. will pass mandatory life prison returned to Oklahoma in .;
active on the troop committee Frank Cannon, County-ap- sentences at 1 p.m. Dec. 8. 1003() for his final year of anes-
of the 'Greater Bethel pointed Defense Attorney told Mothers of the two boys thcwlology residency, and was
VAME Church. the jury the only conceivable{ wept loudly and were escorted appointed an Instructor in the
The objectiveof the Sustaining Charge was manslaughter, sinceno from the courtroom. The Department of Anesthesiology .
+, Membership Drive, is to premedlatatlon was shown. I fathers did not attend the Immediately upon completion
; give the people of the com- Cannon told the jury to "ac threts-day trial. of hid residency.
K munity an opportunity to sup- quit the preacher's son, the Edward S. Klein and Gerald The young medic graduated
port the scouting program wife's husband and the child's I I I Kogan Assistant State Attor- as class!! Valedictorian from "
through gifts in order to make father" neys, told the jury that the Booker T, Washington High a ,
i scouting available to some, Testimony that someone In two handled a .22 caliber re- School In 1010. He earned his r
14,000 boy in this community. the car had said "let's get a volver before a third companion. H. S. degree from Morehouse
Plans are now under con- nigger," l before the shooting Bennie Rolle IB, of 044 College where he wns selectedfor
structlon by Dr. Hogan to,make was sufficient evidence to show NW 10th St.. fired three shots membership in Alpha Omega
the IOCS Sustanlng- Membership premeditation, State Attorney n t James W. Cramer, 48, o f Alpha Honor Medical Society,
William A. Hallowes contended. Hialeah, whom they were tryingto
the most successful ever. visit Miami
1 The fact that Rich and the rob on April 14. Cramer died Dr. Sears expects to
action In the 20. with his family next summer.
three other young men on April foully FKITBI

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. -- itr Tony Ferguson


PAGE 2 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1964
Passes Embalmers



I Mrs. Braynon Cited By Zeta Amicae I cLi RaY l ExaminationTony


-- Challenge Of Freedom Friend Ferguson!) wad graduated -
Maud Jackson of Pensacola delivered from l Eckel!: College of
a very fine address at Mortuary Science in Philadelphia
the Regional in accordancewith d Y. .xH ', Pennsylvania In the classof

i the theme. Friend Ruth September 1964,

North Polite of Miami gave a He has been notified by the \
of Zeta Amicae bring-
history Florida Board of Funeral
Directors
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ing to date from 1958 to
us up ; and EmUalmers that
ho
1964. A Memorial Service was t
also held for Friend O. B. Williams successfully for his passed Embalmers the examination License -

past Regional Director. ,
I There were fourteen cities

t I represented: Charleston, Flor-
> ence and Greensvllle South
Carolina; Atlanta, Tifton, and r l\llllll.U 1.111 f J-

Savannah, Georgia: Pensacola, While of their col- vention at Miami Beach, Miss
some
r'i West Palm Beach, Daytona leagues In the N B. Young Gavin and Mrs. Neyland received -
FortLauderdale
Beach Palatka Tampa
,
School at Florida A the uni .
for
Quincy and Miami, Nursery the charter I '
look on, Miss
and M University school.
Florida. Friend Braynon Is cur- versity-operated nursery
rently serving as Treasurer for W. Blanche Gavin and Mrs.the Shown here looking, at the .
the Southeastern Regional. She Della L. Neyland display
Issued to the charter from left to right are:
reports that the next Regionalwill charter recently Del-
Mrs. Eloyce Combs, Mrs.
be held In Columbia, South institution by the National Association of- la L. Neyland, Miss Blanche
for the Education
Carolina In Nevember 1965.
....._L '_..J Zeta Amicae of Miami was Young Children. Gavin and Mrs. Barbara
organized on March 14, 1954, Delegates to the NAEYC con- Boardley. .
On Thanksgiving week-end and Friend Bray non Is a charter -
(November 27-28)), Friend May member of the group. She
Dell Braynon was a delegate to served as the first secretary of
the Southeastern Regional of the and worked diligently To Get
-
,
so Miamians
Zeta Amicae, which was heldIn group with them, that she 18 He is the son of Mr. and
Pensacola at the San Carlos elected In Mrs. J. H. Ferguson 14920 Buchanan
was president May
Hotel. It was during this Regional I960. Zeta Amicae of Miami cooperated I Street. Richmond

that she at a was closed presented Amicae with Social a, with the President Insetting FAMU Degrees Heights, and grandson of rMs.

Citation for her prominence In up a Scholarship Fund Rosa L. Ferguson, 1315 N, W
for the of
helping one
the group. of our young purpose people to attend A total of 1G3 students Including Bain, Alma J. Brown, Florida 51st Street.
The the Dade County Junior College 18 Miamians are can- City: Cecil C. Daniels;
presentation made
was
Dec. 18. at Audrey Gilchrist, Caroline L.
didates for degrees.
Ijy Friend Audery L. Spotwoodof
Tampa, who Is the Chair- This year Zeta Amicae of the end of the first trimesterat McPhee and Delores L. Pratt. JOBS
man of the Awards Committee. Miami proudly sponsor Miss Florida A & M University The bachelor of science 1 n
Friend Braynon was also pre- Carol Portler who Is the according to an announce- nursing Is slated to be awarded Male and Female
viously honored by Zeta Amicae daughter of Friend Rose ment made this week by Edwin to Frances Anderson and
of Miami for four years of outstanding Portler. To be a good leader, M. Thorpe, director of admis- Bessie L. Clark. Finest domestic and com
work with the local one must be a good follower- sions and records at the uni- Homer Humphrey will i receive mercial jobs in the Miami
group. This presentation was being prepared basically through;: versity. the bachelor of science area.
made by Friend Lacey Drayton. education. Zeta Amicae will degree In pharmacy.
and Sci-
The College of Arts I
continue
to strive to give
I
The theme of the South- sound assistance to our young ences Is expected to award the Class Reunion ALSO -
eastern Regional was Zeta people In Miami toward this oachelor of science degree to.
Excellent
Amicae and Youth Meet The great end. Roy W. Bentley Jr., William Attention all members of the domestic opening
I Gloster Jr., Opa-locka accounting class of 1955 of Dorsey High I now in New York and
-- : Hortense R. Hyche Pha- I School! Please get In contact Connecticut

Dr. Frazier Mr and Mrs Alonza Sharpe, ion Hyche II; Robert L .Mc- with Alstene Lynch at PL Transportation advanced
Mrs Christina Lewis, Mrs Kinney Hienry PinkneYr speech 1-2620 or Eunice Drake Mayes,
Celebrates 90th Blanche Dean, Mr and Mrs and drama: te, business FR 4-2151 Burlang Associates
education and Barbara L.
Cleveland Sampson, Dr. and : EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Birthday Mrs W. H, Murrell, Dr. H Mel- Williams, speech and drama.
502 NW 54th Street
Dr. S. M Frazier celebrated ton White, Mrs Henrietta Lind- Scheduled to receive the B.S. Our Classified Ads ;
his 90th birthday, Sunday, sey, Mr and Mrs Willie Slater In Phone 757-7674
elementary education
November 29th, with a birth- Dr DazelJe Simpson, Mr a n d are SELL ANYTHING
day party given for him by Mrs Ed Polite Mr and Mrs C. Shirley Anderson; Sadie E.

his devoted wife, Hulda, at M. Robinson of West Palm ooooo<>oaoooooooooooooooo the Elmer Kents.Approximately Beach, Fla., Dr W. A. BIsson of
Memphis, Tenn., Mr William For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
75 guests Hunter, of Detroit Mich., Mrs IIII
brought their personal greetings D. H. Turpin, Nashville, Tenn.,
to the honoree, and shared delicious Dr and Mrs G. S Mendors, IIII
refreshments around a Nashville, Tenn.Something. d

blue beautful laden table and a huge ..-....._"""""' _.._...., IIII ,; BONDED 1AR
and white
birthday cake. f '!i' '. : ': ;... it. ,f> .
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Telegrams and cards, galore, ''(:ff".t <<
were sent from all over Flori- V' 11 o
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da, North Carolina Virginia, 11
Ohio Washington, D. C., Texas, r" ,, :1It :1\ i 11 RENTAL
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California, Tennessee, Arkan- ,,!i.. .',..1/'.' ". 'ii IIII
Alaska ,- saw, and New York. ,>0' \ h.',
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Although the Invitations said \ ''i" t
no gifts, friends of long standing ,: v
brought gifts and flowersto \ "t{ t ', JtA AGENCY INC.
the honoree, who had prac- ,
ticed medicine here for fifty
years.A I I
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ves churchman as a Deacon, Dr. of Frazier the Mount ser- I I The largest collection and rental

Zion Baptist Church. I I",, "It

Although h e retired from !"'""( '" 'y.t'' '-. \\ : mr agency in the South operating in

he \. )., ""
his practice is still a lova- ;
ble kind physician. ,,;., :. \ : Dade and Broward Counties'BON.
Mrs. D. H. Turpin and Dr. :, ,
and Mrs. G. S. Meadors of . ,...." .j'J. L. L. BROOKS I I II
Nashville, Tenn. long time tit: ,;: I I II
friends of the Fraziers, were :. :. President I I II

In the receiving line to meet to be GEORGH HARTH, General Manager I I II
and greet the many friends I I II
who brought personal birth- Thankful For MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN I I II
day greetings to the honoree. I I II
Among the guests were: Mr. and Jeffrey Young wants all his 10,000 HOUSING UNITS I I II
Mrs. Will O. Cox, Mrs, E. W. friends to know that he is
Stirrup. Mrs. W. B. Sawyer, recouperatlng at home after 24 Bonded also has employment service at main office I I II
Mr and Mrs Samuel Cox, Dr. days In Mt. Sinai Hospital following I I II
and Mrs Van R. Robinson Mrs an appendectomy. He is 4150 N.W. 7th AvenueA I I II II

Maude K. Reid, Mrs Walton Y. especially grateful to the Drs. fall time public relation Dept to assist In solrsne + I
Robinson Mr and Mrs David, Simpson, the Pediatrics Nurses, you j mt proMaiMPine I I II II II II II II II II II II Iooooo
Dobbs, Dr. and Mrs W. A. Pat- Mrs. Davidson and his fourth a fleet' of cars string door to door sendee for tea tr coYeaJeae I II

terson Jr.. Mr and Mrs M. T. grade class at West Dunbar, On nights and Sundays for emergency service call PL iV8733 I
Sweeney Mr and Mrs ThomasL. and all who visited him and MAIN OFFICE
Lowrle.! Mrs Kate S. Dean, sent flowers fruit, games, toys,
Miss Elizabeth Frazier, Mrs letters, cards and cash to help 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9-8733
Athalle Range Miss Annie A cheer him up. Thanksgiving Vandalism done
Lowrie, Miss Grace Smith, Mrs Day was a special day for Jef- by a few Is expenaira to alL PI... hate mm stop ...
Clyde Klllens. Mrs! Lucille frey this year. unnecessary enl C. A. Lockhart Public Relatloaa Director .
Mr and Mrs W O. Dick-
Prior inson., Rev E. T. Graham, Mr 1163 N.W. 3rd Are. ........- PR 3-64NJ 1TMS Remeatsasl AT*.

and Mrs Luther Alford Dr and REDUCELose 1678 N.W. end Bt. ..._._ OX 64467M01 Penine CII I
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Mrs Elmer Ward. Mr and Mrs
Everett Murphv. Mrs Lillian S. up to 6 poundls Grand Are. MMMMMMnM HI 5-1SS1 1019 Haaaondrflfe Rd.Pompaa I

Mazon. Mr Timothy LIndsey, weekly .. 4240 !f... 57th AT* ---M NB S-3466 .1 i__ I
Mrs O. E. Sanders. Mrs Sara: 14JB8 >N.W." ttnd Aver I

Yeajrer. Mr Alexander Brooks, Dr Long M96 N.W. 78th: Be. ___-. Ion-lilt Opa..iecka ,,, I
Mr and Mrs D. A. Julius.! Mrs! w JUT Mtli I
(=inrta 'H!, nfiAr!ion Miss BhnehePajlowav 1545 S.W. 1st St. 11 CONV1CWIENT LOCATIONS TO BBRVB YOU I

acre M Thnnmson, FR 3-2743 060 N. W. :3rd Ct. PR 1.-0:1: I
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Hoover For King- AttackThe k: : j' ...>t H 3

recent attack of J, Edgar individual so high up in gov- 14 ti'w 1' ,y1
Hoover, head of the Fed- ernment; with such longevityof ___ ,.
eral Bureau of Investigation, service; and upon whom so
upon the Integrity of Dr. Mar- much depend in the struggle to Ion
tin Luther King, Jr., has hit find ourselves as a solid nation t ,tro
this country, and the world, Is totally uncalled for. If
like the proverbial "ton of Mr. Hoover can get away with
bricks" said the Rev. Edward his maligning of a man of Dr. !
T. Graham, pastor of Mt. Zion King's stature, as he has already -
Baptist Church and the Greater done to the Supreme
Miami Ministerial Alliance Court of the nation, then the
rest of us had better "run for
My experience of almost the hills."
seven years as a member of
the Board of the Southern Certainly, we do not desireto
Christian Leadership Confer- judge the work of the Fed-
ence, which he heads; and as a eral Bureau of Investigation on
friend lon before, has stamped the basis of Mr. Hoover's out-
Indelibly upon my mind the bursts, however, the people. of
Indisputable fact that Dr. this country cannot forget: Har- Melvin Weinkle
King's Integrity Is unimpeachable. rv and Harriet Moore of Mlms,
His character cannot Fla.;; Emmet Till; Medgar Evers;
Joins Lincoln
Board
Justly, be Impugned! four little children at prayer In ;
Birmingham and the exhumingof MIAMI LAW
What Mr. Hoover has done three bodies from the clay Melvin B. Weinkle. presidentof STUDENT WINS PRIZE
through this uncalled for outburst soil of Ml?sl ?Innl: two of them Park Lane Cafeteria, Inc. was
Is an extremely dangerous white Individuals elected to the Board of Directors Airs Gwendolyn Cherry, sen- sequently she began the studyof
precedence. For, not only of the Lincoln National ior In the Florida A and M law at the University of MIami -
does he seek to undermine the It would seem to us, t hat Bank of Miami at Its October University College of Law, receives transferring to the FAMU
effectiveness of this stalwart with this heinous blot smeared I meeting a check for $100 from College of Law In her sophomore -
leader of the Negro upon) the good name of Americaand I Dean Thomas Miller Jenkins year. Before returning to
people; with its cancerous growth: Mr. Weinkle Is a past direc- left, while one of her Instruc- school to study law, she taughtfor
hut
In the same l/reath does eating at the Innards of our tor of the Better Business Bureau tors, Joseph E. Gibbs, associ- 12 at Northwestern
Irreparable damage to Ameri- morality this is no time for of the Miami Chamber of ate professor of law looks on. High School, Miami, where sheIs
ca's number one moral exponent name-calling: this is the time Commerce, and Is currently a Mrs. Cherry the only woman credited with helping: to get
for ovldence-flndincr, and for enrolled in the FAMu Collegeof many embryo chemists and ulologlsts -
lustloe to bo meted out! President member of the Citizens Boardof Law, was third place win- off to a good: start, Mrs.
Such vituperations from an Johnson must now acttl!! the University of Miami as ner in the annual Lawyers' Cherry collaborated with Mrs.
I well as the Advisory Commlt- Guaranty Fund Contest a l'aulinoVillls In the writing of
mlttee to the Board of Public statewide competition which Involves a book "Portraits in Color, a

United College Fundto I Instruction of Dade County, versity law of Florida students, the at the Univer-Uni- non-fiction achievements work of Negro dealing womenat with

Give sity of Miami, Florida A and M I the national level.
; if $500,000The University and Stetson University -
United Negro College CENTER VILLA This year marked Currently she serves as assis-
Fund will I J I distribute $500,000to the first time a Florida A and M tant editor of "Aurora, the national -
32 member colleges and uni- KINDERGARTENYou law student has placed third. publication of Sigma
versities In 11 Southern states Gamma Rho Sorority. She is
= ,5 fr' during the coming week, James may register now. Hot In former ycar, the Institution's the wife of James L. Cherry,
r entries have placed coordinator of adult education
R. Smothers, Jr., \'fre-wPRlcJent
) lunches and pick-up service fourth. Mrs. Cherry wrote
for development, announced on programs in bade County They
today. This will be the fourth For information the topic, "Adverse Possession: have two children, William an '
call
As Applied to Florida Law. A
distribution of proceed from eight grndo )pupil\ and Marya
691-7796 graduate of Florida: A and M seventh grader: at II o iy
the annual campaign,: this 696-3802
year. or with the H. S. degree in science, Rosary Catholic Church in Miami -
The United Negro College 634.5867 with specializations in chemistry ,
Fund has been conducting annual and physics, Mrs. Cherry
?: campaigns for member 5932 NW 17th Ave. earned the M. S. degree In 1050 '
colleges and universities since from New York University. The 'Time Goes to
in 14, when it raised $705.000. MIW. HUTU COl'nijAND She began there on the doctorate -
The goal for the, 1001 campaign Infl I in human relations. Sub College 9 mos. $3.50 ,

is 3000000. Money from annual .IY,.,." ......'w '" 'w... ......... ... ... ...'" w... .w ... "nr1'r'1rW' !rY _1r'r _............rw "'_""_1P'... '" 1Ir"""" .
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Member colleges and univer-
Smiling Eddie Lee Pittman, sities in the states of Georgia,: ,
popular local businessman Is North Carolina, Virginia Ala-
the new owner of the Dive- I I bama and Tennessee will receive 1TM\
Inn Bar, 1772 NW 70th St. ; the largest: amounts from I
Ph. 691-9131. He Invites all hU the distribution. Seven Institutions -
old friends to come and meet In Georgia will receivea -- -
new friends. Everyone welcome total o f $109,176.25; six I n ( :9
Indf North Carolina 83532.50; threein lfr
Virginia $t.01fi.25; three In ':1
Alabama, $62,020.25. "\\ -,.'
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Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi ,-, ,,'is,, -
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Social club met at the homeof Arkansas will also benefit from
Mrs Maggie Williams 67th this distribution Three colleges -
St. 21st Ave. on Oct. 17, after in Texas will receive a totalof
business the club was graciously 37.27375; two In Louisiana NEW-CAR
entertained by Mr. Williams 37102.50; one 1 n Mississippi: GOT THE FEVER?
with a lovely buffet dinner $13,80025; six in North Carolina -
which was enjoyed b y all. $83,532.50.

given Thankglvlng: out on Thanksgiving baskets were eve The United Negro College We've the !
to several needy families in the Fund is America's first edu- got cure
community by the members of cational community chest. Hundreds
of similar ,
the clull. groups have
On Saturday Night Decem- since adopted its fund-raising A low-cost, easy-payment car loan from

ber 21st the club will meet at pattern. A II 1 Fund-affiliated Lincoln National
t h te home of Mrs. Mildred colleges and universities are
Johnson 734 N. W. 47th Street. Independent. privately supported -
and fully accredited. Shop around for the car you want.
Bertha Lewis, presl't.Dutrie' 11.
The Mary Lee ; ;t .: d. L, Bring us the make, model and price

Guest HouseThe Agency 2. We will okay your loan quickly \

house of unusual rooms 751.5211 751-8112 i M and with no red tape. Our I loan

Open 24 hours NE 4-3851 12391 NE 6th Ave. t %' policy I I. very liberal we want

is to make loan.
Seeing Bettering (New Address, ) r :

See n* for clean rooms Domestics for home of ? 3. Interest can be a* low as 4/2% on

Jamaica Dufle always a distinction. No regtttrntlon fee w anew car, and payment for as
Cook, housekeeper' maids "I'm I Mack, bead
friend butlers, chauffeur, housemen long a* 36 month the lowest
teller. Just come la and
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ill-treatment and poor -I
PAGE 4 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1964H. There's also complaints of Pun Phunby
food.
have their shortcomings, but
in
prison
ti. Negroes the
holding onto Phil OssoferThree
to believe they arc
\
there is good reason
end of the stick. It might be well for our incomingshort "_Lr V L l

governor to makKINGestH00VER psychiatrists who
spent five years interviewing
recent conference between 37 "wife-beaters" have come! to
B. SIGI8MUND RKEVEfi, Editor and Pabll.h r Judging from reports on the l Bureauof the conclusion that it is all i
Hoover director of the Federal right to beat wives in
EARTH C. REEVES lBcIJtor J. Edgar some
Investigation and Dr. Martin Luther King, winner of cases. (Like when the wife is
Member of the National Newspapers Publisher .a..octa e.8tTnscnIPTlON the Nobel y Peace Prize, some arrests will soon be made smaller.)
civil rights workers in or near They concluded that among
RATIDS in the slayingof three certain types of marital
OEIfl YEAR I&OQ SIX MONTHS $S.OO.. FORHIQNtatorcd -..-... Philadelphia, Mississippi. such agressiveness holds partners -

l M Second OMS flatter\ August D-, IMT at the Port Offlo- Hoover reports disclosure of FBI infiltration into the marriage to-gether. This
at Miami, Florida, under the mot of March 8, 1876 racist organizations, and said they know who is respon- these aggressive experts act) satisfies(according a deep to

sible. unconscious need of both '
Phone PR aN; man
Downtown Office: 1118 N.W. Sri Artnue -
called Dr. King the most and wife Hmm how unconscious
Phone OX 1-oDi Director Hoover recently
Main Office at OT40 N.W. 15th Arenas can you get: ?
notorious liar in the United States, but this good gentleman the
"CREDO OF TILE NEGRO PRESS" director and They say "belting" hus-
FBI may-
with the
The :NEGRO PRESS: beUeyea that America can best lead tits sought conference h band is usually a good provid
when it accord to be settled their differences. er (serves punch with i
world from racial and national antagonism
I meal faithful
his human aDd SALARY HIKE every ) to his
color TEACHERS'
'Tory man regardless or race, creed or wife (who else ,would
the Free put
legal right. Hating no man. fearing no man- Negro Dade County Teachers Association, in a meeting with his shenanigans?
strives to in the firm belief that all men arNmrt up ) .
as long help a* anyone every man la held back. with the School Board on Wednesday, asked for an increase and is not desirous of a divorce
(he might meet a woman hecan't
effective during the 1965-66
totalling $15,000,000,
heat, and besides he already -
WE PROTESTTwo school year. has a combination cook
weeks the Board of Public Instruction This was a changed 'action since the teachers' for- and punching bag.)

notified property ago owners of Liberty City, from 67th St. mer demand was for an immediate pay increase. domineering Wife-beating, women especially, may of

to 69th St. between 14th and 15th Ave that their property The proposed increase would raise the minimumfor serve to fill her needs such as
was to be taken for school building purposes. This beginning teachers from $4,750 to $6,000 for a 10- relieving a sense of guilt. That's
trea includes 48 single family residences, a church and month year.It when thumb the rises"crumb"and chastises.under the

two apartment houses. would give a teacher' with 10 years experience The real "kicker" in this
Property owners were surprised. There was not evena I and a master's degree a maximum of 12000. The mini- wife-beaters survey, is that often -
hearing. However, they held a meeting and decided to I mum for a teacher with a doctor's degree and 12 years' the wife takes these beatIng
ask for a conference. I'experience is now $8,950. the for police.years Why before? Maybe calling it's
On Wednesday afternoon property owners met the because she feels that this tvpe
board, and through their spokesman, the Rev. P. W. Wil- I of marital life "Meats" living
liams of St. Luke Baptist Church, protested taking their SCHOOLS alone. If asked why she puts
homes and the Mt. Moriah Baptist Church. They felt Civil Service Home Study Course UP probably with: it be, her"Beats answer me!" would

that at least two other sites, one of them vacant, could Postal Exams Federal Entrance ExamsU I don't hanker for that type
answer the purpose. S. Clerks Office Work of marriage. My wife and I
The novo Williams very ably presented the case. The .1houSdnds have trained and reached success! through Home may have words (usually
scrabble or crosswords In
board seemed considerate.J. .
very Study while holding present job. For a low, low, fee, train
Matteson, school site planning assistant director nuzzles,) and she does take a
now, even If you failed before. Needless to say, the qualified lot of pun ishment. And
land James Price went over the plan and explained will Ret the appointments. while we do hold 'hands often,
reasons for selecting this particular site. and not for the of keep-
nurnose
Write to 1'. O. Box 174, Gratigny Branch, :Miami, Fla.
The group was quite interested, but not very im ins from swinging at each
wait? Thousands
Why aro hired annually through the
pressed.On. other T do beat her up every
merit system morning I get up at 5:30:
motion of Jack Gordon the board unanimously ,
voted to delay any action until further study of possible Name ...................M......?.................................., s. S. No. ............. ..... and she gets up at 6.

:alternatives.The Address ..... ................................?....................... Phone ....................
'result was sending a commitee to look over Present<< working hours ................................
rentalapartments between Gllh and 69th Streets, knownas UBCITYDrive
Carver Village.

The committee includes J. H. Matteson land James
Price, attendance and welfare director; Revs. P. W. in Theatre

Williams, A. L. Shipp, Editor H. E. S. Reeves, Completely Integrated

With our growing population we realize the necessity Tonight Thru Wed.
for more schools, but we. cannot agree the best ACADEMY AWARD
way to get them is to put people' out of homes they own I WINNER
in one of Miami's better residential areas for Negroes. "BEST ACTOR"

TOO BAD; 2-PRESLEY HITS-2

Ye Editor is always pleased to chronicle current t.
events in fact worthwhile news of any kind. That's
our business as a newspaper. But it does something else 1f
to him when he has to write about unpleasant'happenings.As .
'the caption indicates, here is some bad news. f I

The Federal Bureau of Investigation, in Its reporton ?rk .
Monday said that nationwide crime in the United AA
States of America, from January to September, showed a
13 per cent rise over the same period last year for cities TIIE '
with more than 100,000 population. RECKIEESf.eaa

Miami is in this group, and not only in it, but leads
our state in crimes. I

Here is Miami's record : 21 murders, 49 rapes, 850 i PATRICIA KING ",'

robberies, 1,124 assaults, 4,968 burglaries, 2133 larcenies : "I am presently enrolled at the Miami Business Col-
and 971 auto thefts.

Quite a record, but +a, shameful one. lege and am taking the secretarial-bookkeeping

It is true Miami has the largest population in the course. This will prepare me for numerous high
state, but that should be no reason for leading in crime. paying job
opportunities in
It's up to all Dade Countians to endeavor to do \tall in business and civil ser-

their power to reduce our crime rate. vice. Why don't you call or send'' for information T >

It reflects not only upon the perpetrators, but upon today?"
the whole of our great city. Too bad !

APALACHEEFrom Miami Business aeaiIrk" 1

Apalachee where the state prison is located, College
Negro prisoners are contending for some rights due them. .esas Aaa .
Naturally, under state laws there was, and still is, segre- .
111
gation. But now that we have the Civil Rights laws, So. Miami Avenue
these prisoners are undoubtedly trying to enjoy the same eeARBARA
privileges as the white prisoners.At Phone 377.0294

Apalachee white young men up to age 25, spend Please send fun
half their time going to school, the other half in learn- information about your Courses:

ing, trades etc. including' plumbing, welding, motor rewindIng NAME ........................................................................... .........

The Negro section, average age 30, work in the ADDRESS ......... ,............................ SIANWYCk4Isa+
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kitchen or do farm work. No other provision is made for ...............................

them. CITY .................................................. TI Hit No. 2
Reports are there was a night school but it was closd .I4EPIIONE ........................ GI BLUESTechnicolor
; +hours of hard work in the field, and otherwise, they are ( ) Day O Night. Classes '

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secretary of the Young Men's I aunt, Mrs. M. Johnson of 1531
Christian Association of Brow- NW First Place. CORSAGES FLOWERS PLANTS
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The Board of Management, ONCE :MORE it's, Classic Time i DECORATIONS andl ARRANGEMENTS
Cato Roach Jr., chairman was and thousands of Miamians will : :-
host for the affair.CONGRATULATIONS. view the FAMU-Grambl1ng Pictured above Is Miss Emma HIGH QUALITY LOW PRICES
game. Many of these fans will White, daughter of Mr. nnd MrsJ.
to be attending with the half-time C. White of Miami. She is a RUTH-HADEN ORIGINALS
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KESSIK SLATER entertained the ladles will attend for several Interns doing practice
Store hours: 10 n.m. 7 i>.m. Sundays 12 to 0
friends with a bridge-po- "the fashion show" aspect-Out teaching at the Jewett High 1
keno luncheon Saturday, Nov. whatever the reason, record- School In Winter Heaven, she'll
28 at the Elmer Kents home. breaking crowds are anticipatedso be In Winter Haven for n ten
Lovely prizes were given to we'll see you at the game week stay and has! expressed
winners of the games. Saturday. By the way, FAMU her Interest In musical concerts
Is our choice, but believe me, there.
JANIE KEARSE is back in Grambllng will give the Your Color Has Beauty
4 town after
spending the Rattlers a tough fight.
Thanksgiving holidays In Albany -
Ga.SORRY. GET WELL wishes to Edna Mrs. SlaterEntertains Glamour Proves It!
DeVeaux's dad who I h ill at
TO LEARN of Christian
Samuel Hospital.
Bradshaw, 15825 NW 20th at Bridge
Ave. accident Tuesday, involv- OUR In It1'JlU.wlsh(>1 I for
ing the loss of portion of four the coming week are extendedto Luncheon
of his fingers. Rosa K. Johnson, Dec. G; i
Peggy A. Thompson, 8; Betty :Mrs Willie Slater of 1895 NW
HOMESTEAD should be Coffee 0; Isabelle Poole 10 and GOth St. was the charming hostess
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ashamed of the Incident on the 12th of Dec to Sylvia
i i on last Saturday at a bridge
Saturday when two RlKKins, Mary It. Love a n d luncheon for 30
.. Negro smartly attired
t'-:::" soldiers were asked to leave Grace D. Mc';raney. ladles at the homo of the Elmer

the Municipal Park where they ON SUNDAY afternoon .t Keats, 2171 NW G7th St. I i GlAMOUR! StUDIOS

' were engaging In a friendly del's Dade renowned County auditorium"Messiah", Han will The guests: enjoyed! a delic
game of touch football. ious catered menu of chicken
he I
presented four hundred
by
, a salad on lettuce,
asparagus,
'II GLIMPSED voice choir this should spiced peaches, fruit
Chuck Smith be jello, hot
,( Royal Crown representative a very thrilling experience rools and Ice cream cake. I NATURAL COLORSPECIALISTS
the other evening. Imagine HUMAN RIGHTS WEEK begins Prizes I
: :' he's In town for the were awarded at the *
t Orangei Sunday, Dec. 6 with United end of the enjoyable
i;" Blossom Classic on Saturday. Nations Human Rights Day on afternoon
: Dec Guests Color nt Black end White I Pricer"
10.GhN1RC11 1 present Included Mesdames -<
t r DR. and MRS. S. M. FRAZIER A, Sawyer M, Dunn/
were hosts at a pre-I and JOYCE ]'1N- O. Klllens. M. Thompson, L. j
birthday sip on Sunday even- GUAM of Daytona are In town Murrell, II. Llnclsey A, Ward, Employing the most advanced techniques in the trade
Ing. Dr. Frazier will celebrate for the Orange Blossom Clas- n. Carey, M. Hlgg, S. Smith .
another birthday soon. At the sic. R. Thomas, 13. Alford, K. Smith, GLAMOUR: revolutionizes modern protography. with
same time, friends of the Fra- P. Stirrup, M. Reid 1. AVrlght, the most dramatic character studies imaginable.
200) LEADERS of I) dCounty's
ziers were given the pleasureof n 0 S. Francis, L. Pannln.< F.; Harris,
meeting their houseguest, women's organization L. Colston, I. Ratcllffe, R. .
Babies Clubs Parties
Weddings Churches
Dr. and Mrs. O. S. Meadors Sr. gathered for a meeting at Dora! Daniels, W. Ilakrr J). Dean, L. ,
of Nashville, Tenn. Country Club Dec :3 to hear a Hlou, M, Kent and Blanche
presentation of the 11X15 program Galloway. 6215 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9.5431
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from Miami, Fred Anton has "Birth Defects The Tragedy *Jllnrk and Wliite( nt your<><|in',NtW
returned to visit with rela- and The Hope" by Mrs
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GRAMBLING FAVORED OVER FAMU



... 45,000 to See admitted, one that the Talla with a plaque of appreciationfrom
hassee Fox claimed has made the City of Miami and a
Orange ''Bowl BattleTwo him change his coaching ways. }proclamaton will be read to
Orange Blossom Classic The A and M front wall aver the track star from the Dade ,
of the nation's top college ages out at 235 pounds per County Commissioners. a
football teams, Florida A man.
I and M Rattlers and the Florida< A and M University's -
Parade To Be Colorful"Parade
Grambling College Tigers clash But the Gaither trademark is famous 100-plece Marching -
before an estimated crowd of still around a hard hitting, Band will parade down
From NV.. 17th St. and 3rd. 45,000 in Miami's Orange Bowl high scoring team led by FlJKler St. Friday<
of jFtawera"
Ave., south on NW 3rd Ave. to Stadium Saturday at 8 p.m. In lightening fast backs The game itself kicks of at

is Theme N\V 6th St.; east on NW 6th the 32nd Orange Blossom Clas- The Rattler backfield Includes 8 7l.:'p.m.:>> with pre-game, show at
Ave. to 2nd Ave.; north on 2nd sic. the "World's Fastest
p.m.HI
Florida A & M University'sband Ave. to NW 1st place east on Human" In halfback Bobby .\H() ItKCOllDSCramMIng
Both the Rattlers and the
will be the chief attract- termination.
NW 18th St. for Hayes, the Olympic Gold Medal -
and Tigers have single losses for Opponent
ion for parades Friday Other
events : Winner Miami Felts
are
Saturday preceding the annual the season. A and M is 8-1 and Bobby 32 Alcorn A and M 14
who leads the team in rushing
Orange Blossom Classic In the December 4, G:30: p.m. second Grambling 0-1. three 20 Southern 17 .
although he missed
games 11 t Prairie View ..
and 22
Orange Bowl Saturday night. annual coaches players
because of an ankle Injury and
dinner, awarding of Orange The Tigers are favored by 20 Tenn, State 18
But this year something new Blossom Classic gift presentation two touchdowns over the another Miamian, lanky quar- 20 Mss t Valley 7
has been added more bands, of Sovereign wrist watchesto Rattlers because of the tougher terback Ernie Hart who has 17 Jackson State 20(
a theme and VIPs. Coach Jake Florida A and M and competition they faced in collected nine TD's this Fall. 25 Texas Southern 8
Gaither will ride in both parades Grambling College players and the Southwestern Conference. Felts has scored six touch- 39 Arkansas 0
downs In his last three ,
with Olympic medal win- games.
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officials; awarding of loving Coach Jake Galther's Rattlers WHey 21
ner and football star Bobby cups to Miss FAMU and her sole defeat was at the hands of The last time A and M and 1WMU Opponents
Hayes. And seven local bands attendants at Seville Hotel, Mi- Southern University of Baton Grambling met was In the 11 Lincoln 3
and three out of town bands will 50
ami Beach. Central State 15
, the Rat- Rouge, La., a team that Gramb- same Orange Blossom Classicin
play, supplementing beat. The loss a that saw the Tigers 2S Morris Brown 0
ling Tigers' only game
band December 5 Breakfast for
tlers in Saturday's -
pa-
22
edge out the Rattlers 28-21 In Tenn. State 20
from unbeaten Prairie
.... the FAMU Rattlers and offi- came
rade. 40 A nnd
T 24
View of Texas who could not 1955. In the 31 previous Classics -
Seville Hotel Miami
cials
I The theme for the parade is Beach, ; awarding of trophy; for play In the one because of an Florida has managed to 31:20 Bethune Southern 43 14
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I, "Parade of Flowers Miss the Rattler with the highest NCAA probation. win 10 while losing 14 and tie- 51 Benedict

FAMU, Geneva Knowles and, cumulative academic average. Gaither, who always comes ing one 21 Texas South. 14
I her court, will ride on decorated -
3 "Platter Party" at
floats. p.m. up with a bag full of gridiron Prior to the game, Gaither
Booker T. Washington High
,
surprises, will field a Rattler
E Both parades this year will School for band members and team that admittedly fooled and Hayes will ride through NOW! I I. the Time to Sell
start at 12:30: p.m. The lines of others In the parade. him. downtown Miami in the annual
march are as follows: Hospitality Hour at Villa No. OBC parade. Just before the That Home.. Ute a Time
1, Hampton House sponsoredby "We've got the biggest team kickoff, Miami Mayor Robert''
Friday Dec. 4 (Downtown Miami Chapter, FAMU Classified Adi I
Miami Parade): Starting in Alumni Association. anybody ever saw, Gaither King High will present Hayes''

front o f the courthouse o n: 7:4Jx.: p.m. Presentation of I
Flager Street. The Florida I the first annual Willie L. Gall-
A&M Marching Band, Florida more Memorial Football Schol-
A&M University and Gram- I arship Award to Bob Hayes by i 1

, bUng officials, Miss FAMUI citizens of Miami and Dad e 1f11ff 1 f
and party, will I County.
Parade route is as follows: Easton I 8 p.m.-Annual Orange Blos-
. Flager Street t o Biscayne som Classic, with awarding of
1 Blvd; south on Biscayne Blvd. trophies.
r to S. E. 1st st.; west on S. E. Bands participating in Sat-
.
1st st. to S. E. 2nd. Ave., south. urday's parade Include Camp-
: on S.E. 2nd terminating a t I I bell Street, Daytona; Monroe
the Dupont Plaza parking area. High School, Cocoa; Dillard
't, Saturday, Dec. 5 (Central High, Ft. Lauderdale;; Lincoln TWO GOOD IDEAS:
Miami Area Parade) Starting Park Academy, Ft. Pierce and i\
at N. W. 17th .fit. and 3rd Ave. Carver, Northwestern and BT\V Drink milk every day. .

Parade route 1 a a s follows: schools of Miami. and see the game of the year 1

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Hampton House to be I I I Three On 1964 Look (''/


Loaded For Classic All AmericaThree ::1

The Hampton House Motel Negro stars have been
and Villas will be headquarters named to the 19G4 Look Magazine -
for the following out-of- All American team. THE

town visitors attending the The 22-man All America

1964 Orange Blossom Classic squad, }picked Uy the Football l
Festival: Marion L. Bessent, ORANGEBLOSSOM
Writers Association, was announced -
Howard Bomar
Jacksonville; today in Look.
Bondol Laboratories, Madison,
Ark.;; Charles Boone, CocoColaCo. The three players are Gale
.. Atlanta; Lillle M. Burke, Sayers of Kansas, Clarence Williams -
Jacksonville; Atty. James C. of Washington State and
Collier, Orlando; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Little of Syracuse.
John Cuyler, Homestead; Ruth
Cotton, Jacksonville; Ann Chancy Sayers has few peers i n
ClASSIC
New York City; HerbertF. "open-field speed and explosiveness -
Douglas Jr., Schleffelin and ," Look noted in describing -
Co., Philadelphia. the Kansas speedster.

Wesley Dobbs, Falstaff Williams "rates as the best
Brewing Co., Atlanta; Willie B. runner on the coast from FLORIDA, A&MRATTLERS
Evans, Fernandina Beach; Cecil scrimmage!, after catching a
B. Ford, Melbourne; Mr. {pass, or returning a punt or
and Mrs. Rodges Howard, West kickoff," the magazine: declared,
Palm Beach; Mr. and Mrs.,I "hut he Is even stronger possibly -
Gregg Hamm, Bacardi Imports,' H a defensive I : halfbackugalusi vs.GRAMBLING.
Inc., Fort Lauderdale; Mrs., the run or the p..IsJ.

Raymond Hammond, Washington '' Little the only sophomore to COLLEGE
D. C.; Arthur Hightower win All American honors this
P. Ballentine and Sons, New- I
year, "is a threat to go all the
ark Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Hulliman "
; play, Look said,
on
way any
6
8 P.M. Saturday December
Jacksonville; Willmer and "may rate, before he is I I ,
Fowler P. Ballentine and Sons, through, with such past Orange t I In the ORANGE BOWL
Newark. heroes as Jim Brown and the

Barbara A. Jackson, Jackson- late Ernie Davis." RII.yd Ssw 44.60. 13.60 $2.60 tax Incl. "f

ville; Rosa Mae Jackson, Or- The Football Writers AssocIation -
1
lando; Ed Jackson, P. Ballen- in picking the 1901 Look
tine and Sons, Newark; Nor- All America, followed a prece- )
man E. Jones, St. Petersburg; dent set by the late Grantland .I.. .
Moss Kendrlx, Moss H. Ken- Rice and selected a 22-man J" j''J'

drlx Organization, Washington team on which each player en. See pro-sty! college football .. plus
Gulf
D. C.; Daniel Kean, Joys equal fln;t- trlng status. f
Oil Corp., Pittsburgh; John exciting pre-game show plus special
Logue Eastern Air Lines, Inc., I honors awards presented by Mayor Robert

New York Morton City; Mr.Martin and 'Cof-Mrs. Daytona Beach: Charles J, King High on behalf of the city of Miami to I ( '
William ,
fee Co., Jacksonville; Mr. and Smith Washington, Royal Crown Thomas Cola Terry Co.,, t Olympic star and top Rattler player, Robert ;

Mrs. Sylvester L. Morgan, Fer- Philadelphia;; Mr. and Mrs. Hayes I And sea the famous 160 piece ; ,,
nandina Beach; A. L. Miles, Alfred Thomas, Daytona Beach, FAMU BAND In two spectacular shows of
American Tobacco Co., Atlanta;
Mr. :metIrs.. William Mc- Beach Lillian Vereen Herbert, West H. Palm Wright, I masterful music and marching I Remember, t

Dowell, Fort Myers; Frank T. Philip; Morris, Inc: Macon Williams 'i you will be helping Florida's&M scholarship -

Odum, Gulf Oil Corp., Atlanta. P. Ballentine end Sons; ""'" fund. Don't miss a single thrilling I ,
Mrs. M. A. Hall Williams The ,:'fo minute of this sports spectacular! \
Photo News, West Palm Beach;
. ; A. J. Ruffin Mayport, Fla.;; Harry Williams, Irvin Bartlett, "
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Mae Sworn, Pompano Beach; ;
Klah Sayles, P. Ballentine and Fort Lauderdale; Claudia B. ''fir' \ ;

Sons, Newark; Herman Smith, Williams, Philadelphia Valdosta Dr.; Dr.E. It.L. This trtttcmtnt prtttnt9dlnth.lnttr." $of sportsmanship end good..lth by )f/ ,
W. Williams, ;
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ker whether employed as a Revenue, Service and pay CIVIL SERVICE Every day the demandfor
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MIAMI FLA. FPPA Meets Here

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1964 pAGE 9I. Saturday

I Shop at Your FriendlyJOE'S
. Members of the Florida Prin-
Cleveland Williams Shot ters and Publishers Association -
I. W 111 hold< their quaterly
meeting in Miami on Saturday i MARKETTHE
Dec 5.
In Hassle With PoliceHOUSTON The 10 o'clock session Is
-- scheduled for
the Roosevelt BEST IN GROCERIES MEATS AND
Savings and Loan ,
(NPICleveland ) Rogers quoted Williams Community
Williams, second-ranking : can't as Room 6015 N. W. 7th. Ave.
?aylnK"r afford to go to SUNDRIESWE
heavyweight boxing contenderwas Jail. I'm going to jump for it." All persons engaged' in print-
shot, and critically wounded ing and the allied industries
\\Jy: a state highway patrol- Rogers said Williams opened and: professions are invited to FEATURE
man near here last Saturday. the door and Written made a attend.

According to police, the boxer grab twice for ,himl 11 getting trying to slugged con- B. T. W. Class of 1955All WISE POTATO CHIPSIN
was shot during a scuffle trol his car.During '
with Patrolman Dale Whitten, members of the Class of
after Williams was arrested for the struggle, accord- 1055 of Booker T. Washington
drunken driving. Ing to Rogers, Whitten pulled High School are asked to meetat POPULAR SIZES
his service revolver and it dis the School Thursday, Dec.
The bullet struck him In theo charged. 10th at 8 o'clock in room 111.

his flip ch.anc.bone into passed through Jcmn'Y"n''mTT". ..n. ,. .. ...... .n......--......._'""'ftOOO''ftOOO'_, _""" _. ___.,........,...._.., ,'".',".'__. __.,...,.,... ft\'ft"'mn'....... __.wj. 11
the groin, according raiK"T"""" 1' 4aK4a !\ !\ !\ '!\.l't\.L"!"" '''''''II.V.'II.-U "" "" '- -
Young DemocratsTo j. t
to doctors at lien Taub
hospital. Doctors say he will be Meet ..
able to fight again in six "
months. There will be a very impor- K.ttPRINCE'S
tant meeting of the Dade CAFE
Sgt. John
highway police Rogers said of the Whitten state County Young Democratic As- :
Williams "socutlon, 8 p.m. Wednesday,
stopped
and a com- Dec. 0 at Roosevelt Savings
panion, Warner Ned Jr., on a and Loan Association. The
highway about four miles out- agenda: will Include the
final report -

arrested ticed side of Williams'Houston the boxer car when weaving.for drunken he no-He mittee of Night of nominating of Games,com-appointment 338 N.W..14thS TREE T t

and treasurer's
driving and Ned for intoxica- report.
tion, ordering them Into the Kenneth Williams, Pres.E. .
.squad car. A Ward, board Char'm Extends an Appetizing Welcome to Visitors ,of The



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MONDAY: Baked Imported Ham with Fruit Sauce 1. AN AI'ETILE1L-lfot Tonuito Roiip, Tunn Fifth on Hnlflni% Jriln or
Potatoes & Vegetable Fruit Cocktail..

TUESDAY: Hot Roast Beef Open-Face Sandwich 2. CIIjOICH OF 2 VKftKTAIlLKH, Potato Naiad, Lotfnrc and Tnmntnos
Mashed Potatoes or Chefs Salad
3. DESSERT '- Cake, Pie or lee Cream
WEDNESDAY: Golden Fried Long Island Scallops 4. IIKVKKACII'K: Coffee, Ton, Milk, Lemonade, HodnM or .IiilccM ,
Tartar Sauce Potatoes & Vegetable

THURSDAY: Smothered Pork Chop U.H. No. 1 Choice Porter IIou*., IIoneloHM IrlNh Reef Stew ........................ 1.00
Yellow Rice & Vegetable Steak in oz. ......... ..................... $2.09
Southern LIt)'I., Chlttorlingfl ......... '.'" 1.43
U.H. No. 1 Choice Club HOIIMCHtwik
FRIDAY: Baked Red Snapper Creole 12 oz. ................................ 2.11 Pot IlotiNt of Hoof w. Hi-own Oravy .... 1.45
Potatoes & Vegetable
Western T-llono Htenk 12 ox ................ 2.11 2 CVnter Cut Pun Fried Pork Chop! 1.43
SATURDAY: Southern Style Chicken & Dumplings
Vegetable Filet Mignon Steak' 8 oz. ...............?... 2.11 Old Hickory Smoked liar 1WJ Illbfl 1.45Clihken

New York Strip Steak 8 oz ................. 1.01 Livers w. Salted Onions
Pried, to Order ...................... IAS
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S<'leot Golden Urmia OMton. ................ 2.11
Children2 prIce/ Rib Steak 10 ox. ................. ..................... 1.01
Glared Maine I Jobster. w. HallundaleSauwc

flub Steak 8 01. 1.01 ...?..................................... 2J1LiirRe

Old Southern Htjlo Smothered Steak 1.7.1 King FMI| Steak .........?........?,., 1.91

southern Style olden Tiled 1/2 !)0'/;. JumlM) Golden Fried Shrimp 1.01
Chicken 5/a ................... ............. 1.01
Filet Deep Sea Red Snapper ................ 1.91
J'ION(on Baked Ham in Pineapple I '
or Applesauce, ..........._........... 1.43 Went CoiiNt Mullet Flh ............. ........ 1.30

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3. BAKED SWISS STEAK, Jardinere
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MT. HERMON AME TO HOST 14th SOUTH FLORIDA CONFERENCE



of the Eleventh Episcopal DIs-

.. .. IT.JI .J( .ll..IY..JT ILlY II.JL.1Y.H.1T IT IT 'I..JI'.JT.!T..II.ll.JI..IY.Jr.J'l.JI.Ir: : >:r..n jf..IY>:r 'T..JI'.JJ': ..JI'.IY.Jrr:' trict of the AME Church, will
preside over the conference.


I err gnu Jn Ctrl1urtl1 'uubay the The Bishop week conference Hatcher of December will was 8-13.convene recently -

General
..................._. .,_. .. .... trirnw a.*...If.g.BJtJJJ !:I II .. .. Ii< II'IY.IT IT.II .. .. .II"'...II.JI.JI.JI.A.J.I.J..J. Conference appointed which by the was held in

s.BISHOP. Cincinnati, Ohio In May of this
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. Bishop E. C. Hatcher fa year. Florida Is Indeed happy to

have Bishop and Mrs. Hfrtcher.
at
PAGE 10 SATURDAY DECEMBER 5, 1964 Makes Appearance
Mt Hermon is presently
St. James SundayBishop making preparations for the

great week. We are Inviting all
Eugene Hatcher, pre- persons to come and help make
siding bishop of the 11th Epis- this first and great event a
flL copal District and chairman of most successful one.
l' r y a i Y the board of management of
S r 1b Edward Waters College, will be Last Sunday was MissionaryDay
/A the speaker at St. James AME at Mt. Hermon and all
Church, Sunday, Dec. 6 at 11 who were present really enjoyed -
a.m. the services and Rev. Gay
delivered a most Inspirational
Bishop Hatcher, 73rd bishopof message. Rev. Gay reiteratedhis
the church and a native of profound desire to make
Alabama, was trained at A&T the coming event one that will
College, Greensboro, N. C.; Dan- HATCHER be long remembered. He also
iel Payne College Birmingham, The 74th South Florida Annual expressed a desire for all mem-
Ala. and Edward Waters Col- Conference will convenenext bers to fulfill their roles as
lege. Honorary degrees have week at the New Mt. Her- members of the church.
I
been conferred on him by mon AME Church, Rev. S. L. ;
A A Shorter Flipper Curry Col- Gay pastor. ; Again, Mt. Hermon invites
lege, Morris Brown College This will be the first timein I you to come and worship with
Wilberforce University, and the history of Opa-locka I them during their regular ser-
Mission College, Bishop Hat- that an annual conference has i vices and extend to you a most
cher was ordained an elder in convened at such an infant I heartfelt invitation to visit
Mt. Zion AME Church, Jacksonville community The Right Rev. E. with them during the 74th annual -
He was elevated at the C Hatcher, presiding bishop I conference.MT. .
Chicago General Conference of
1952.

Bishop Hatcher has a dis- MT. CARMEL BAPTISTRev. CALVARY CHURCH

tinguished record as a minis- D. A. Bradley, pastor Rev. S. Atchison. pastor
rw ter. He has served on the pro- Sis. Louise White, clerk Constant Carter reporter
4 gram of the World Methodist We are still thanking and The members of the Mt. Cal-

4 Conference in Oslo, Norway praising God for the many vary Baptist Church wish to
episcopal supervision included blessings that He has given to thank all who helped to make
the Fourteenth District, West us. The spirit of the Lord was the church's anniversary a suc-
Africa; Thirteenth, Kentuckyand morning. The cess.
I high on Sunday
Tennesssee and most recently -
the Third District, West pastor delivered the message There will be a sale Satur-
Pennsylvania Ohio and West taken from Job 17: 9. He was day, Dec. 5 at the home of Sis-
Virginia. Hatcher Hall of Mon- telling us, don't let the Devil ter Redwine, 1514 NW 2nd Ave.
rovia College, West Africa, the knock you loose. This sale will be in behalf of

Charles Hill Gymnasium of At 3 o'clock the Benefit Club the Parlor's Aid Board. Everyone -
Wilberforce University, and sponsored a program to help is invited to this sale.
numerous churches are monu- the and needy. The even-
poor Christians, let us not forget
ments to his forte as a builder -
delivered
Ing message was by next Sunday, the day of par-
one of our own, the Rev. S. M. taking in Communion.
Bishop Hatcher has come to Gatson.
Florida already manifesting
his great work. He has pur- Remember the sick and the
chased an Eleventh Episcopal sing jointly. SALTER'S CHAPEL
..,,__ ,'1)'iD f'" f : ;, "' _w_______""'" I Residence, In the name of the
I Trustees of the 11th Money raided on Woman'sDay Rev H. J. Benson, pastor
Fnnnlo Jernigan pense trip to Nassau; second a Episcopal was $2,612.57. A great day Flossie Marshall
reporter
Woman's Day at Greater I round trip fare and third a one- District. for the women of Mt Carmel.
Bethel was a huge success both way fare to Nassau. I 'Bishop Hatcher has also set What a glorious day at Salter's -
spiritually as well as financially The chairman, Mrs. Emma up plans for a new Layman'sAudltorium Chapel, the morning wor-
The ladles of Greater Bethel Collins and co-chairman, Mes- and Citizens Gym- ship was wonderful. The Rev.
raised $1.531 with 78 cap- dames Hazel Simmons and nasium at Edward Water'sCollege TEMPLE BAPTISTOn Sister Margaret Johnson
tains reporting.Mrs. Alfronia Kennon Jacksonville, which
were extremely brought the
message on power
will be
Sunday baptism
will seat 2,500 at a cost of
with the
pleased day from the Book
of Acts. The
Greater Bethel Contestwas 250000. administered during the 11 a.m.
won by Mesdames LauVa Mrs. Athalie Range, our To be absent from this ser- worship and the Lord's Sup- spirit wonderful ran visitors high with many

Wilson, first place, raising $300; morning speaker was at her vice you will miss a treat ofa per, at the morning and even- with us. In the service to worship Sister
Fannie Jernigan, second place, best. May God's choicest bless- life time. Bishop Hatcher is a ing services. The choirs will Cornelia Glenn
$101 and Dorothy D. Symonette, ings be upon her. preacher and songster of the sing jontly. beautiful plaque was by presented Sister An-a

third place $93 (not shown.) Mrs. Emma Collins, chairman first magnitude.Rev. Members of the choirs are nie Lee Gunter from all the
The first prize Is an all ex- Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor
J, Benjamin Blacknell urged to attend weekly rehear- members of Salters Chapel and
is pastor of St. James. sals in preparation for Christ- pastor, for her long lift service
mas services. Parents are In the church.In .
BAHA'I ASSEMBLYSome BEREA BAPTIST CHURCH asked to give their full coop-
I eration In sending their 'child the afternoon Sister Glenn

Miami twenty baha'is theBaha'i of 5770 NW 15th Ave. (YMCA) ren to rehearsal on Wednesday, and Sister Gunter made their
Greater will attend
5:30 way to Fort Lauderdale
to
Rev. J, Toles pastor : p.m. a
.. State Convention which
layman meeting.
I will be held Sunday, Dec. 6 at We had a wonderful fellow- Mn. Muriel Wallace, one of
the Sarasota Terrace Hotel In ship at Homestead on last Sun- the hard-working captains In Sunday was the climax of
I Sarasota. Six delegates will be day attending the Baptist Ministers our recent Woman's Day observance our pastor's anniversary. The
t elected to attend the National and Deacon's union. The raised the highest; Individual Rev G. M. Champion of Ward.
Convention which will be held pastor wishes to thank the amount of $100. Chapel from Hallandale and
I April 29 to May 2 at the Baha'l members for going along. Congratulations, Sister Wallace his congregation rendered ser-

House of Worship In Wll- We are Inviting all our friendsto vices.
I mette 111. Elected last
year worship with us on Sunday.
from this area were George will I Those recently given birth- The program with Rev.
The deliver the
Savitt of Miami and Mrs. Toby pastor School day honors by the Sunday H. J. Benson we shall never
Emanuel of Miami Beach. Miss message. Our Sunday I School along with the pastor forget his 6th anlversary at
Olive Alexander, executive director begins at 9:45: a.m.; morning were: Uio. T Bonivy, Mrs. Salter's Chapel and her high-
of JESCA, was electedan worship 11 a.m. and our even-j Flou-nce Hepburn, Mrs. Lillian ness the first lady, Mrs. Emily
alternate delegate. Ing worship begins at 7 Hamilton, Mrs. Rosa Tay- Benson, she was thrilled because
Let us remember our sick lor and ten juniors. it was she who gave a
The Baha'is of North Dade and shut-in around our community helping hand to make the pro-
will observe Human Rights gram a success.A .
Day at the home of Mr and TRANSFIGURATIONEpiscopal
Mrs. Ezekiel A. Poltier, 1995 BETHANY 7TH DAY presentation of "This Is
NW 152nd St., Opa-locka, 8 ( ) Your Life" was presented to
Thursday, Dec. 10. Mr. The Bethany Seventh-Day Fr. Elisha S. Clarke Jr., vicar the Mrs. Georgia
Harold Qulnyard will be chair- Adventist Mass Choir Is being Jones singing "It's My Desire."
Sunday Church
School
,
REV. A. J, REDDICK featured in
I a pre-Christmas
man and Mr Thomas Baum- 9:30
: Solemn
Aspiring For Btshoplc gartner, nurseryman of North Musicale on Dec. 13, 1964 at and Sermon a.m.; 10:45: a.m.Sung; Solemn Mass ''Many of his acquaintanceswere

Rev A. J, Reddick, now the Miami, will speak on "Humam 4:30: p.m. This event promisesto I Evensong with Benediction, 9 present, among them:
be a gala affair. Plan now Chester Byrd Mrs. Hollinger
pastor of Bethel AME Church, Rights. The public is cordially -
I St. Peterburgh, will be attend- Invited to attend this meet- to begin your Yuletide season p.m.Last Mr. Hankerson and the brotherof
ing the South Florida Annual ing. with this event. Sunday, the first Sun- Rev. Benson, Robert Benson -
day in Advent the from New Jersey. Mrs
Conference In
session. Dec. 8-13 Episcopal
I The South Florida Youth Annie
Gunter
at Mt. Hermon AME Church, Churchmen had their annual was the narrator
will gather together for t h s corporate communion Lucinda Woodson, first mem-
for the
Opa-locka.
SHILOH BAPTISTRev. last South Florida Youth's Fed- ber to pin and 'Mrs. Grace
men and boys. The
Due to this visit the Reddick speaker for
eration of the The host
year. Massey first
,
this marriage
for Bishop Club has made plans A. M. Griffin pastor church for this Federation will James occasion Lpcas. A was brunch our own formed by the pastor.A per-
for a business meeting and was
be West Palm Beach. The
Eugene Jones, reporter served after the
membership drive, and take date is Dec. 26. Special music service. memorable solo from the
f this method to Invite all friends Sunday School 8:30: Rev E. has been planned by the Fed- The St. Veronica's Chapterof president of the Crusaders, Mr*.
and well wishers of Rev. Red- Ross, superintendent; morning eration Choir. the saw is sponsoring Its Flossie Marshall. AU immedi
dick that would like to see him worship, 11 o'clock; evening second annual Autumn Leaves I ate members of Rev. Benson's
elevated to the office of bishop, worship 7 o'clock. Both choirs I The annual Harvest Ingathering Book Review on Sunday. Dec. family were participants.May .
I please be In attendance Thursday Campaign launched each
13 at 4:30
boards will : p.m. The
and both usher public is
evening. Dec. 10 at New year will end officially D* c. 5 cordially Invited. we express our sincere
i St Paul's Annex, 1875 NW 51st work all day Sunday. I when the Victory Saner will be gratitude to all who 'gave of

I! St. Don't forget our sick and sung and the King and Queen Mrs. Major Lewis chapter themselves.
Rev. T. C. Kelly, pastor. senior and Junior will T>e published chairman; Mrs. Elisha S.
.." Publicity Committee, shut-in, remember them In I In the next Issue of the I. Clarke Jr., chairman of Autumn Refreshments were served bathe
Reddick For Bishop Club prayer. Miami Times. \, Leaves Book Review. basement.




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Church Plans Extension Jordon Grove Says I SATURDAY DECEMBER 5, 1964 PAGE 11

Thanks to FriendsThe

f Services in Nassau pastor along with the Songs of Glory to, I Annual Harvest

congregation of Joidon Grove Feature Community Musicale '

tie .u.A"U&&. ..LV.. CUgeUe I.ue ... emphasized the fact Missionary Baptist Church
,. earning: 'Oibuop the college is related, to though the would like to thank our many Baptist Church The Day Care Committee of
Association
Oo. friends James E. Scott Community
u'l ..L:06JtUVdl:' : .LJdHHCt: African Methodist Episcopal for attending our pas-
The TV schedule for Songsof
tor's Is sponsoring the annual -
n1LCau ,I'C"UUU1.)&. ,t.'P1S- Church, the student body anc appreciation program, this will feature
Services Glory Sunday Harvest Musicale, featuring -
throughout the week
at "UUL'CU, (uu1pL'LaLn faculty Includes
members of Community Baptist Junior the noted soprano, Mrs.
uu a uau uiu xumsu: we: &. the Baptist, Methodist and other were wonderful very inspringVe time. Rev. had Paul a; Choir, under the direction of Harolean Stuart Storr, Sunday -

ea: leu.. iUunua uy J.' a 1tLuiL 11 denominations, who are Freeman closed out the ser- Mrs Marjorle Harding. Rev. A. Dec. 0, In the James E.Scott .
: : iluwtlya L'uursua: ; preparing for the opportunities vices Sunday afternoon Trulywe Anderson Is pastor. Homes Auditorium, 7200
|a uuo Clay 6 p/c-U1U1U..tl cuuin and responsibilities of the
can our pastor's Their guests are the C Lord NW 22nd Ave. at 4 p.m
say appreciation
uW. u pleas:: cuuiertnctebiUeuce Great Society mentally
physically program was a success C's and th* Midget Choir. All proceeds from this very
uc : 01 itev. a n cU. morally and spiritually The choir and their guests
\\1e are inviting all o u r fine cultural event will go toDay
oJ. iiidUUiea, "(Ql 1NNVtue ;.M1MSTKKS WITH HIM last Sunday were the Antioch The
friends to come again. The Care Center No. 2.
t bk., ; IJl'sUUUU'l..: cu IKpiUiu ;: Upon his arrival here at the
door is always open to friends, public h i Invited.
Baptist Church of Brownsville
lU ug.St\ > to elect at Seaboard llailway Station Wed ,
Cll Cwu\.t:, toUiOOl gnu LUUlccauu nesday night he was welcomed Rev. C. W. Smith, pastor; Sinter Mrs. Virginia Bostlc, director, r = .,,;
"'.y :; bur nC1 CiA UUUjJVo by Presiding Elder F. A. AlIen Ella R Wright; reporter. Rev. J. W. Stephenson, pastor.

: :b: ua uie luur uioc of the Miami District, the Their guests were the National OLD MOTHER
Le i-iUv/xtUu iuot&) lot OWl1- Revs S. L. Gay, host pastor of: Golden Stars and the Sons of
1Jj uie cuaaeuioa: 111 .I.-.as- tilct annual Conference wll ZION HOPE BAPTIST Daniels HUBBARD WENTTo

convene Dec 9 through the< Vernice and Charlie
Ross
Rev. Paul Freeman
said fie was ID 12th; J. B. Blacknell of St pastor
e pi eatel: Elizabeth Jackson, reporter Davis, the coordinator and The CUPBOARDand
u.sl&UU& lu pay lay aaiuuiiiuu James AME Church at whos< director
Church services were spiritually George Livingston, I
toe; yuiciiabe pi ice: iui home he was overnight: gues would like to hear from .
high all day last Sun- your found It bare. But why?
and he and the welcoming
tor tmsuuuiua '
lot uuu negotiate day, beginning In Sunday choirs, choruses and all backache could have
Channel Nagging
01 lay Dualling: group were served supper': TE. -
& School. Sister White to WLBW-TV
The wife
Paul pastor's t.- been the cause. It Is hard to
Wright Greater St. S.
piupoj:.ai will ue: tonameiUi : ; Marie Freeman Is out ol 10, box 10 Miami 52, Fla. work when pain of backache Is
A. Cousin
Greater Bethel W
;
uppiuvax uy the annuajwaicn the hospital. She is still sick,, -
and constant. When kidys'aren't -
UCltU.t: wm be neW E. Champion, Ward Chapel, but at home. She's asking all THE V CORNER twere
AJ the -.Lb&, Hallandale, and F. E. Sneed, annual Income : functioning properly -
it.ob\1U; :: Lt C. ID the members to remember: her The VA's poisons accumulate in the
conclusion( ox 'lacui 1bUes t Those who accompanied him will be mailedto
ine in their The pastor Is questionnaires
prayers. Flush out these poisons
Mt. Hermon Ft. Lauderdale. system
annual commencesDatrict. : VA pensioners In
: saying to all members, please 70,000 with famous "7-20" formula
toe J.eVellUl on the Nassau trip were Revs don't forget to send your child- Florida at the end of Novem-
and feel "like a million" again.
Allen, Blacknell, Cousin and tter Rufus H. Wilson VA Regional
-
iruli.l ,
ren to Christmas practice on ,
ua.utl .I.'uvUh "7-20" Is mild effective diu-
D. A. Russell. a ,
They plan to attend -
well Known Monday evenings at 3:30: : Manager announced today -
Ucuciici: p.m.
.a.iup the Oranpa Blossom Clas- retic to the kidneys and bladder.It .
u.a dally uutuhl' uuuUfaii101 sic Saturday. is compounded like a' doctors -
1' AUU ucioie ia: cievavu -. These questionnaires will be prescription to give fast
uie Luftuopiii, ay&j: received In the same envelopeas relief. Get a bottle of amazing
c ,o lauui piU itaa: nuceuui the Novemher pension "7-20"* today and start back on

,y Cue Ucaciui wiiucuuUiat ha check and should be completed I I the road to good health. Always
L' pibtupai ( nUl'Cl1 and mailed to the VA sold on a money-back guarantee. -
u uie lase ueauiai txuaieimtx'uny. ; '- Regional Office as soon as pos- A product of McPhall Lab

I.: : !; tie bpUKe ui tHe i if if I sible.In. oratories. In liquid or tablets.nAlnJ'1 .
lu lae imniaimuuya imur.9
cols uvuuuuiu : 1
!; uiu aaauicy piua, a separate envelope{ Wilson 1400 NW 3rd Ave.
continued and arriving) at
cuaaccuua ia gcui -
lae\
LU jj
-
UUU- the same time. Some 33000 of
uauqga toe geaeiai these pensioners receiving J and J DRUGS
plaa.ts.tt.eu ". benefits under the "old law' I 1410 N. W G2iid. Street
!urawi UUUlJ C1IOICI hk; ; t will also! receive an election
waat no tnougnt oficciioa t ,c it card for use If they desire TROP ATL11'IiARbfACYINDF

; & liisiiop xL tcher ',' benefits under the "new law."
11 mo Negro i aowea: goouseuleut Zip t : \ ; 2OOOOOOOOOOOO0OC
,
;p "
iiesj.ynuon <( \ Veterans and widows should
tk
in z supporting '
:
: "
u1 jonnson and t :\ \, 4' ;; c > \>,Jr;. \ remember, Wilson said, that Non-Surgical Office Treatment
liorauo Hum- f VA will not place their elec-
nator iiuueu Qc' .... \ ....... it RUPTURE PILESRectal
to stabilize tne Great -c'7'fl'':'i:".' : tion into effect unless appears o
tey I", <
> I'I: be the
to to pensioner'sadvantage.
'le y' anu us general pro- Airman Herbert P. Gaiterson -i..rrrrrrair.rrrilY+iW.YYiYr.SAN DiaeaMA, Varicose Vein,
.
rum 101 tae people ot Ameri- ANiUNlu, Tex Kay Prostate No lost timeDlacard -
of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel
world." Wilson pointed out that If a
anu tne thought of Gaiter, Sr. of 10815 Gibson, Dr. A, Ashley, son of Mr. and Mrs. change Is desired, the election Truss Upon Correction:
__ASK.eU wfiat ne has Air :Force basic Grover of Rapture low coat.
' ana completed Ashley Jr of 10741 SW card should also be returnedto
1 political representation tne: Negro, Hater military training at Lackland 148th St., Miami, has completedthe the St. Petersburg: VA Regional DR. LONG'S CLINIC
Utronage loi" 111 Al'B, Tex.Ainnan first phase of his Air Force Office, preferably In the
said 1 nave been 1545 BW tut St. FH 12748X3OOOOOOOOOOOOOC
Governor-elect, Gaiter Is being assigned basic military traing at Lack- same envelope with the Income -
uch watt the in to an Air Defense Com- land AFB, Tex. questionnaire.
elatlve to putting a Negro mand (ADC) unit at Duluth,
Us cabinet He admltleu that Minn International Airport. Airman Ashley has been selected -

ull 1 said was true and the". His unit supports the ADC mis- for technical training as
latter will be considered'VA1U sion of defending the conti- a fire protection specialist at :
>\ ) WATERS attack. the Air Training Command
iCCEPTED 1 lIe Is a graduate of George W. ATC system which trains air-
During the press conference Carver High School.FRIENDSHIP men and officers In the diverse
t tne UlacKneii residence the skills required by the nation's

bishop( advised that graduate BAPTIST aero. pace force.
bt Edward Waters College arebeing He is a graduate of Mays
accepted In universities Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor High, Goulds.

bt higher learning throghouthe Ruby Lee Carr, reporterGod
country and In variousIt leans down to the lowest -

Herman AMU Church, Opajockd and keeps a watchful eye THIS IS THENUMBER I
where the Miami Dispecldllzed on the smallest of his creatures.
[ fields of life. He Sunday our servces were
very Inspiring all day with our %T

EW MACEDONIA M. B. own .Bro. Stanley Johnson dolivering ry,
the morning sermonas 6'9 2-1262

Kev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor our pastor was attending t ;, ,u. ,. +r",
Willie J. Heard, reporter the Ministers and Deacons J .ur..
We the men and visitingfriends Union. lIe preached the even- TO CALL b r

of New Macedonia, can ing sermon. 5irflkl
ruly say, "Did not our hearts Sunday we will have observance FOR YOUR
wurn within," while the women of our Holy Communion
bserved their First Christian and the pastor is expected to
Women's Fellowship Day all deliver both sermons. CHOIRROBES

Bay. We had a glorious time In Our prayers are extended( to ,., s ,
The Lord. They wish to thank Sis Jessie Mae Jenkins who

fcdch and everyone who supported left for Wflycross, Ga. to be at
them. Total raised was the I beside of her brother who "fy
24.95. is seriously ill. lie Is also the or write

, On Sunday, Holy Communon uncle of our pastor. Our prayers y9
will be administered at the are also being said for all LUCKIE'S TAILOR SHOP ,
vening services. Both choirs our sick and those who are In
boards along I 6510 NW 18th Ave.
nd both usher elated over
distress. We are so %
with the pastor will be In our many visitors each week. Miami, Fla.
harge all day Please worship Come to church, have your
/ith us Sunday. faith lifted. Ii J
the week: Thou
. Thought for
yYvyk
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serve.DAY SPRING BAPTIST JET TV CLINICHOME


3091 NW 62nd Street

Rev. A. M. Slater, pastor by all SERVICE CALLS $1.00 In Fine Whiskey U' .1)
Services were enjoyed
,who attended on last Sunday.OUr Day or Night .V'
delivered Inspiring FLEISCHMANN'Sis
((messages pastor both evening and W. S.nric. All MACM ifHIFI's


I night.On the second Sunday at 3 and STEREOS the BIG buy :

Ipm. there will be an ordination W. Also hat
service. Bros. Louis Arnica, ,
[ Charles Staggers, William Joe I
'will TV's by the week or month
:Sack and John McCloud Tas willL
be ordained as deacons. We 7/te FitSf


linen pray that with to grow God a steadfast will spiritually.The endow determlation .these- 907 N.W. 2nd AVENUE I 7ellyovwnyl .. I


Pastor's Aid second Union Sun-will Phone FR 4-2044 'BUNDED WHISKEY 16 PROOF .66* GRAIN NEUTRAL ."RITalC1HI /
Iso meet on the FLEI8CHMANN DISTILLING CORPORATION,NEW YORK CITY,
ay. We Invite the public to
irorshlp with us.




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. .. \ . GREATER BETHEL AME l! F
The fourth quarterly con-
CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHSTHE tel eucc ui uieau1\ .bethel AJVibU'uicu

nt'V. a. A. Cousin,
pubior, was very satlstacioiy, County
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. according to Presiding Elder
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PAGE 1* SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1964 FRANK: L. DAVIS of 1891 Di. Alien delivered a short
NW 55th Terrace a well known but inspiiing anu uphumg
message on ills topic taken
Miami business man died Nov. DrWalter
27. He is survived by his widow nom me uth cnapier of Romans -
IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn .Mrs. iiamye L;>avis, three Bovre:

In loving memory of our Bad but loving of sisters, Mesdames, bertha li was indeed encouraging' to
sister and aunt, our dear husband, memory father and Samuels, Violyne Henry and have in attendance some of our
MRS. EVA MAE DEMERITTEwho grandfather, Margaret Johnson. Services prouauonary members because South Broward V.F.W.
The
were held Wednesday at Mt. it snowed tnat they were ,
passed November: 30, 10G3. meet Sunday
No. 8105 to
She is not dead :' ,. Zion Baptist Church wilt: 'Rev. interested in the innermost Post Bowe's
evening Dec. 6th a t
fff" ...;B]
.
She is Just asleep. : .JIIIIIIf ." .','f.. E. T. Graham officiating. ? functions of the church. I Modernistic Barber Shop at
Over life's lone journey she Cmbs, auxiliaries and other I All members please.be
tread tt :; MRS. LIZZIE MAE SMITHof boards their at 5 p.m.
: ; qi1f made reports present. Wilbur C. Jenkins,
died
3157 NW 52nd St., Nov.
She gave to us her youth and the designated time and many Post-Commander.
27. He is survived by his wld-
strength, were complimented by the presiding .
husband, Chester her mother,
She made life for us free from I elder.
punishment Mrs. Leila Ball two step sons; The Star Light Lodge -No.
; three sisters and brother. On tne following Sunday Dec.
a 542 to meet Friday night
Sleep on, dear heart won'tforget
we
Rev. Allen delivered a spIrItual -
Services were held in the 4th at 8 p.m. at the Masonic
chapel Thursday. message on "Conquest of Rd
Hall Pembroke mem-
The agony and torment you Zeal." on

faced and yet MISS DORA OLIPHANT of We consider this closing quar- bers please. be. present..
She is not dead she's just 1144 ter a real success. We are
NW C3rd St. died Nov. 27 Carver Ranches Fire Dept. to
asleep. while enroute from work. She looking forward to and exerting meet Friday night Dec. 4th at
Arlington Smith and was a well known resident. every effort In preparation for the Fire Station on 21st. and
Family She is survived by 'three sisters the annual conference to be 44th Ave.
including Mesdames Mary held at Mt. Hermon AME .
.
IN MEMORIAL' Baldwin, Tessie Bowers and Church, Opa-locka begin-
Miss Rheta Oliphant. Services ning Wednesday, Dec. 10. Carver Ranches P.T.A. to
In memory ofELLA Saturday at 3:30: p.m. at the A special prayer goes out for meet next Wed. night Dec. 9tha
New Mt. Moriah Baptist our pastor and presiding elder. t Carver Ranches Elem.
Church with Rev. Shipp offi Hazel Simmons, reporter School.
ciating. She is now in repose in
S the chapel.
>
.
: :;t ; GRACE PRESBYTERIAN RIDGEWAY
MRS. LILLIE WILSON of
1628 NW 4th Ave., died Sun- Rev W. F. Savoy pastor CHURCH OF GOD OF
day morning. She has lived in Many thanks to the Rev. PROPHECY
Miami for 30 years and is sur Glenn Cronin, pastor of the Bishop R. B. Davis, reporter
p vived by two sisters, Mrs. Trinity Presbytrian Church in Elder H. I. Cox, reporter
Lucy Howard and Mrs. Carrie Key West for bringing the Greetings from the Ridge-
s., W. Carthan; a brother, Willie congregation of Grace a stirring way Church. The pastor and
: : .J11EV I Wilson several nieces message last Sunday.
; and members are extending warm
._ a '
Thanks also to Elder'' J. D.Fanlel. .
nenhews. She will Ho In rpno p invitation to you to attend ser-
I II Friday -after 2" p.m. and-'will who led the worship vices with us on Sunday.
I PHILLIP B. HEROUTwho be sent to Bainbridge, Ga. for service and to the choir and Come hear our pastor preach
.
departed this life Decem final rites and burial Saturday congregation for their worship under the annointing of the
ber 5, 1955. morning. ful participation. Rev. Savoy Holy Ghost.
Gone, but not forgotton. May had a wonderful time sharing
his soul rest in peace and MRS. ANNIE LOU KEN- in worship with the congenial Sunday ,School begins at 10
light perpetual shine upon him. DRICK of 14250 NW 22nd PI. congregation in Key West. I a.m. Morning worship at 12
Mrs. Jane Herout, wife died Nov. 29 She is survived Let us attend communion a.m. You are also invited to be
The Family by two daughters, Mrs. Carrie service this Sunday morningand with us at 6 p.m. every Sun-
Richards and Mrs. Elizabeth also the program planning day when our young people
Hill, five sons, Eddie, Willie meeting this Sunday at 7:30p.m. : will take over. Your presence
CARD OF THANKSThe Frank, James E. and Tommie I always welcome.
Horne, and Ezekiel Kendrick
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KNOWLES family of the lateDEACON Services held Friday at Little
who 1950. departed on December. 6, Rock Primitive Baptist Church Get pastry like mama, used to make at
"" with Rev. Klllens
May her soul rest In peace s : officiating.
and light perpetual evermore y M & M BAKERY
x
shine upon her. 1e JAMES W. CARTER of 215
The Family SW 3rd court, Homestead died
Dec. 1 as a result of a fire in 1351 NW 54th Street 754-2464
IN MEMORIAM his home. lIe is survived by a .
sister, Mrs. Ruth Dovler of k" ALL GOODS BAKED ON PREMISES
In memory of our mother, Daily City, Call f., where he
grandmother, and great grand- will be sent for final rites. We specialize in Bran Pies and Buttermilk Pies

mother.FLORENCE ARANIIA CORA ANN SUMNER Donuts, Danish, Pies, Bread, Rolls, Cakes

who passed December 6, 1933. PERTHONE of 1762 NW 68th. COME: IN AND LOOK AROUND
The Family Terrace a pioneer Miamian of
f 51 years, died Dec. 2., She is'I' -
IN APPRECIATION y4 .ig survived by her husband,

The family of the late, James, a daughter Mrs. Con- Learn how to use and control the
ALFONSO L. WELLS stance Sandilands of the Boardof
wish to thank the many friends y gi Public Instruction; four "Awesome Power Within You"
who contributed to their loved ".fJ grand children and other relatives -'
one: Ushers Board No.1 of- i':\ti'1i-.\t' Services Dec. 12 at Kelly The same power that binds you will free you!
St. Paul AME Church the' '"tt;t\ Chapel AME Church. I I (If you''know how to use it)

Rev. J. B. Blacknell, friends of :.,, -
Lincoln Fields, especially Mr. "I : '\; "t JOSEPH LEVARITY of 1268 YOU MUST HEAR
Roberts who so pains-takingly NW 68th Terr., tiled Dec. 2. He
rendered 'invaluable services has lived here for the past 44
and for cards and telegrams.; WALTER SUTTON I I years. Survivors include nine Dr. Normans S. LundeIN
All are deeply appreciated. who departed from this life on daughters, Mesdames Isabel
The Family November 20, wish: to thank Pierce, Sarah, Naomi Fortner,
the friends and neighbors who Doris Mitchell, Nellie Mitchell, PERSONME8SAOE ,..
Bertha, Catherine Odom, Marie
IN MEMORIAMIn displayed an abundance of con- r "
No. I
cern during their moments of Tolllver Mary Postlmes; four :
'J:
bereavement. sons, Joseph Albert Rudolphand
loving memory of our John; 42 grand children; THE THING ITSELF!

Special thanks to those senders three brothers.. Services Satur- (your mind, the only contact you have with the
of flowers, cards, ,telegrams day. Dec. 12 at 2:30: p.m. at St.
and other token of, concern Matthews Baptist Church, Rev. Universal Creative Intelligence)
Also to Rev. C. J. Bur- Clarke pastor.
Ibra a ney and the New Providence Infant Leroy N. Strickland SUNDAY, DECEMBER; 6, 1964t
Missionary Baptist Church. Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy ". v..1:0
May God bless them. Strickland, died ,Nov. 30 Ser Doors will be opened at 7:00 p.m.
The Sutton Family vices held Friday' hiorning.

\Vie; ha\o within us a POWER that Is "GREATER" ,than

ALBERT '. anything we shall ever find or contact in the ,outer; A

FRANCIS Infant Gregory Lewis 1710' POWER that can overcome every obstacle In our life and
NW 4th court died at hla home set us safe, satisfied and at peace In a new light and in anew
I JOHNNIE COVINGTON G19 Nov. 29. Graveside services life! A
POWER that Mill set In life
nt of
NW 3rd Ave., died Nov. 28. Re- held Tuesday. a : complete
mains were shipped to Adele, Love, Harmony, Abundance, Wealth Prosperity; Health;

.{ Ga. Monday. Survivors are his MRS. SARAH LEWIS 241 Freedom, Liberty, Wisdom, Knowledge, Troth; 'Understand

;-\ Sarah wife Vida Nix; ,three Mrs.sisters Florence, Mrs. NW 158th St., died Nov. 30. ing, Confidence Joy, Happiness, Belief and.Faith.. If there
Services will be held Saturday Is anything ,else in your life '
Tucker
and Mrs. Minnie Page; you are using this "AWE-
two brothers Ossie and Willie 2:30: pjn.. from th Liberty City SOME POWER"
wrongly.
Chapel with the Rev. :Barr officiating -

rtr Mr. Enos; her Mackey survivors of Opa-locka.one 'son COME OUT AND FIND OUT HOW TO USE THIS

OREL CHRISTOPHE;, 260 "POWER" CORRECTLY
NW 8th St., died Nov. 23. Arrangements SUNDAY DECEMBER
lie Remains shipped to Cairo 6, 1964
His
are Incomplete.
dear father and grandfather, survivors are his mother, sis- Ga. Doors will be opened at 7:00 p.m.

CLEVELAND RUSSELL ters and brothers. -TAYLOR of 2106 NW LONGSHOREMEN'S HALL

who departed this life November 3rd court apt. 203. died Nov. 816 NW 2nd Avenue Miami
20, 19G2. MRS. RUTH EVELYN SMITHof 30. His survivors are a daughter COME Florida
Christ will gather His own, 14535 NW 23rd Ave.. died Mrs. Sarah Ford, a son ONE! COME ALL!
To the place where he is gone, Nov. 29. Survivors are a brother Willie F. Taylor, nine grandchildren ADMISSION FREE
Where their heart and and I Willie L. Glenn; father John ; 13 great grand children Sponsored by: "Tho Society of Scientific
treasure lie, Wesley Glenn four daughters, Remains will repose In New
Where our life is hid on high Francenna Presha, Faith L. the chapel beginning at 3 p.m.
The Family Smith? two sons, John and Wll- Wednesday. _
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WIDOW SACRIFICE. new THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA.

store, $9.7SO. Cash $1000, Drive I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1964 PAGE 13
way and alley, 1485 NW 54 St.
c Ph, 631-6107.

; FOR RENT HELP WANTEDBEAUTY tric and plumbing', lawns, needscar
FOR SALE 1631 and 1633 NW 41 St. Brand free house and salary, must

ROOMS hot and cold water new, two-bedroom residence. OPERATOR. Ladles be reliable, call Allen Green-
BEAUTIFUL
IhW 20th' 2-lk"lrOQn CBS Ideal, phone PL 1-3604. wald WI 5-0880. .< I
6705 Ave. phone home In lot desire beauty 1204 NW
Opa-lockax on large salonk
G91-7034. Clean as a pin, FlU. Only $300 NO CLOSING COST 62 Humphrey.St. 759-0083 for Miss

V down or bank mortgage.: A 2-Bedroom CBS on Double Lot SALES PERSONNEL, part
1474 5th Ave. Fully fur- good deal. Drive
by 14275 NW
Fenced time worker can average $100
yard county taxes. D.
nished' rooms, all kitchen privi- :21:! court, then call Fenster W. Gurton, Broker,' CE 52312. HANDY MAN, take care of ren- week. Apply Discount Wigs,
Jessie leges. Jones Ph. 373-1215, ask for Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779. tal houses, paint miner, elec Inc. 5004( NW 7 Ave.

IMMACULATE> ..

UOOM' 727 NW I "GENIE HOMES"" New 3-BEDROOM FItAME HOUSE
65
St. Phone new, Od
PL 7-6072 I new. See the homes that make large lot. Conventional Finest Selections Miami
families happy. So! so! so many terms, move In. D. W. Gurton .
Broker, CEJ -2342.
happy Ideas.
Many under
SPACIOUS, CLEAN furnished more
room, With all modern conveniences construction now. Wanna look? GRnENERsCONTRACTORS Lovely homes open
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Sneak .1
in quiet preview on NW, 75th St. NEW LOW DOWN PAYMENTSEZ
place, call between 11 and 12 Aves. (have I
754-1452 or CDO-8545 2)), Also 527 NW 4G St. After 2-bedroom house with large: Term Leas Than Rent
you see, then call Fla. room and huge CBS garage -
us for prices,
LOVELY 2-Bedroom apt. Oak Fenster Realty, Broker, PL One mortgage. D. W. Gur- .
floors, must qualify 1147 NW 9-8779. ton, Broker, CE 52312. 524 NW 52nd Street
6 Ave., call CE 8-6883. '
CORNER BEAUTY 3-bed SUNSHINE HOMES PRESENT THEIR BRAND
1-BEDROOM HOUSE ATTENTION!! room, 2 bath, all large rooms,
now Attention!! We. NEW 1965 MODEL HOME
available must be nice and real have an unusual large beautiful rear partly porch furnished. Front and 3-bedroom, 2 bath Fla. room, tile roof and built-in
dining room. Only
respectable, 2161 NW 58 St. home. 3-bedroom 2 bathson
quarter-acre In NW .1 $10,500 total $85 month. No kitchen. To see it is to buy it.
FOR tion. Perfect location sec- '. Shell Realty, Broker
working lady, 2- has 42GO NW 7 Ave. 758-5551 -
room apt furnished with all everything. Priced low for
Utilities, near Grandway, 1225 quick sale, $25,000, good terms, NO CLOSING COSTS. Large 2- 160 NW 49th Street

NW 56 Bt 757-8228. shown Fenster by appointment onlv. bedroom beauty, Florida room, Lovely CBS 3-bedrooms, 2 baths and Fla.. room $450
Realty, Broker
PL
9-8779. enclosed porch, dining room, down, FHA terms
1-BEDROOM APT. furn. $19 a carport, appliances. Only $10,600
week pays *!11.! adults, 1956 NW VA AND FHA with $400 down. Shell Realty, e

945-0886.47 St. (rear), phone 633-2891, bedroom and 2 bath.HOMES.Call for 3-i iI Broker, 4260 NW 7 Ave. 758-5551 1064 NW 61st Street

appointment.Fenster From $100 and up. BIG BARGAIN $5,500 cash or 3-bedroom, oak floors, and carport. No qualifying.
Realty, Broker, PL
MODERN DUPLEX at 4110 I 9-8779. terms. 2-bedroom fully fur- $700 down. $9,500 total price.
nished. Enclosed porch dining
NW 14 Ave. phone 691-2491.
room, carport. Near bus. We -. --
2-BEDROOM Doll House have other 2-3 and 4 bedroom 5229 NW 5th Avenue
DUPLEX. 2004 NW 42 St. painted In and out, Fla. room, duplexes. Shell Realty, Broker,
Stove and refrigerator, $25 wk. perfect location, Rood terms 1260 NW 7 Ave. 758-5551. Brand new, bedrooms, 2 baths, Florida room and
WI 5-3501. low price, drive by then call
'I built-in kitchen. $1,200 down, take over my pay
1940 NW 48 St.. Fenster Realty, BEAUTIFUL DRIVE BY
HOUSE,2120 NW 45 St. $25 Broker, PL 9-5779. 1710 NW aird Terr. menu
wk. WI 53501. 1711 NW 83rd Terr. .

CORNER 2-bedroom, 1 bath Take your pick like new 2 280 NW 55th Street
CBS house with garage. Fla. lovely homes, big yards. $350
I FOR SALE room In front. FHA terms low down, FHA terms. No closing LIVE RENT FREE. Beautiful CBS duplex, 2-bed. .
down payment. 1300 NW 41 St. costs A. Ben-Korl Realtor. room, 1 bath' each side. No closing cost. $500 down,
3710 NW 14th Ave. Open Sunday 1-0 p.m. Fenster Phone anytime 751-2243. FHA terms.
4-BEDROOMS 2 baths extra Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779.
large corner lot. Jalousie win- 4-BEDROOM 2 STORY -- eWe
dows, awnings, big Florida $300 down near Shell City, real: have the largest selection of CBS 2 and 3 bed
room, garage. This lovely :3-BEDROOM 1 bath CBS. Partly nice FHA terms. A. Ben-Korl, room homes in Greater Miami area.
house can be bought for $1,000 furnished wall to wall carpet Realtor Phone anytime 751-2213
down, FHA valuation and the new. No qualifying. 5220
owner will pay the closing NW 8 Ave.. Call for appointment i ACT FASTI
NEWS REALTY Inc.
cost too! Keys at Life Realtv, Fenster Realty, Broker, $-195 down brand new 3bed-
".Broker, 4932 NW 7 Ave, PL PL 9-7789. rooms, 2 baths houses. 541 NW
fM371. Open evenings. and Sun- 44 St. Call JE 1-6902 or 235-2958
days. 1515 NW 43rd Street (The Broker that works for you)

HOUSE NW SECTION 3lledrooms. 1fo00 TOTAL PRICE BRAND NEW LOCATION
743 NW 75th Street fenced in yard, kitchen 2-BEDROOM CBS FLA. ROOM
3-BEDROOM, 2 bath CBS. Tile furnished city water, $.150 down, no closing costs, 75 4740 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655
street lights sidewalk, close to NW 49 St. Open Sunday 1-5
roof, patio, tarbecue. Lovely (Open Sunday)
yard. Price is FHA valuation. school, shopping and buses. $00 Also have garage and large
month, $2500 down. No qualifying 75x135 fenced lot, storm awn-
$13,000 with $400 down and
$80 move In today. Open Sat. Ing, tHe roof, oak floors, this isis
month. A real fine houseon
and Sun. 1-5 p.m. Owner, OX a real bargain and priced
a very nice street. Life 1-4G68. valuation
right, true FHA you
Realty, Broker, 4932 NW 7 Ave. pay $87 month which Includes Beat The Homestead Exemption
PL 0-4371. Open evenings and YOUR OWN home for Xmas, taxes and Insurance. Only one
Sunday. 3-bedrooms, 1 bath, 2440 NW mortgage Phone 688-6638 Deadline!
+ 159 Terr. Bunche Park, Opa- night 681-7740 R. M Brooks,
2023 NW 43rd Street locka. $300 down. Realtor Ford ';Realty is Ready to Help You!
NO
CLOSING COSTS. CBS
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Duplex, 2-bedroom each side.I
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fide- roof appliances, large ,-_..,.,. .. .*"
Jrard freshly painted. Price Is'FHA -r OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY from 1 :to 5 p.m.

valuation $15,700, $600 \ 431 NW 58th Street: Exceptionally modern duplex,
down and $90 tnonth.. Live rent MODEL\'HOM-
1
down and month. The
free! Key at Life Realty, Broker FHA terms. $400 $82
4932 NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371 rent on oneapartment carries the mortgage.

I Open Sunday and evenings.NO .
-
*
CLOSING COSTS. CBS 3-. NOW OPEN
OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 1 to 5 p.m.
j bedrooms 2 baths Florida
5 room. Enclosed front porch.' 7021 NW 6th Court 2-bedrooms, 2 full baths CBS

carport, appliances. Newly I NO QUALIFYING $350 down and $79 Mo.
I painted Inside and out and
nicely landscaped. Price la only .
$11,000 with $350 down and 1745 N.W.6Ave.
.!FHA terms. Life Realty, Broker t OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY; 1 to 5 p.m.
' 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL 4420 NW llth Avenues A beautiful 4-bedroom, 2

*-7- 13 &. :1 y[ V'f bath home. FHA terms $450 down and $90 Mo.

2045 NW 41st Street .
'NO QUALIFYING CBS' duplex 4-BEDROOM .11% .BATHA
3-bedrooms, 2 baths on 1457 NW 50th Street Ideal location NO QUALI
.one side and 2-bedrooms, 1
FYING. 2-bedrooms Fla -room, large rooms.. !
bath the other. This la
en a "BETTER HOME" WITHIN YOUR BUDGET f
'
corner duplex, completely $500 down $90 month. .
fenced tile roof, separate gar-
.age an" *' beautifully furnished FHA VA' NO SECOND MORTGAGE -.-

'on both sides.' Price, down payment 417 NW 46th Streets Well kept 3-bedroom, 2 bath
and monthly payments
very reasonable. ,Key at Life Down Payment From $200.00 home. NO QUALIFYING. $500 down $85 Mo. '
::Realty Broker, PL 9-4371.
Open evenings and Sundays. --o--


FHA AND VA RELEASESLike E| Monthly Payment From $73 OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 1 to 5 p.m.

CBS homes new 3-bedroom at from,$100 2 bath to 1928 NW 48th Street Completely renovated, 2-

'$300 down and from $60 month bedroom CBS. No qualifying, $750 down, $85month.
and up. We have keys at Life Open daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Realty. Broker 4932 NW 7 Ave. I

PL 999-4371. Open evenings and -. -
Sundays. y' J- (Saturday. and Sandtay* included)

WE HAVE MANY OTHER BEAUTIFUL HOMES
2050 NW 152 Terr.OpaIocka .

NO QUALIFYING Like new ,;"TAT Come in and look around Open every day including '.sat. and Sun. all day

3-bedroom CBS, Jalousie win
dows, terrazzo floors kitchen -.,''.y FORD REALTY Inc., Broker
cabinets. Price $10,500 $500 Or call FR' 4-2840

down and $85 month pays all. 1I 3639 NW 15th Avenue 63S459&.CLASSIFIED '
Kev*'at Life Realty, Broker, I + ...
4932 NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371.

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ers, Beverly Barnes, Sandra
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. I I Children's Theatre Miller, Eartha Foster, Maurice
I Season With Brown, Jacqullne Jackson,
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1964 at Opens Maeola Collins, Trenese Cro-
"Peer Gynjt" martie, Betty WVitson, Theresa
Erin Edwards, Sandra
r \ Blakely,
j J The North Dade Children's I Rozier Brenda Clemons,
Named Theatre thinks that they have Gwendolyn Wilson, Jacqueline
Normal Student .
Florida the answer to 'The Munsters"and Dixon, Robin Ford, Yvonne
"The Addams Family" In Hart, Wandra Wilcox, Earnes-
their fall production "The' Marcia Grant, Bev-
Pinellas tine Ryans,
In '
Citizen '
Outstanding! Wedding of Peer Gynt, which erly Lewis, Elaine McCloud
will be presented on December and Helen Farrlngton. Mrs.
The'i lations, that the Dunedin 11 at 8:15: p.m and again In a Barbara Edwards Aranha Is
ST. AUGUSTINE Schools have been integratedto special student matinee on Saturday -
Rev. Mac James Williams, a a degree which bids fair to Dec. 12 at 2 o'clock In the director.

senior at Florida Memorial I win natonal recognition.At the North Dade High auditorium -
College here, was:: recently named .
the close of the 1063 semester -
Pinel-
Outstanding Citizen of
Is delightful PlansMammoth
This play a Afro
Chase Memorial Elemen- 1.W
las County, in a certificate of adaptation by Irene C. Ed-
merit awarded by the chair- tary School there was shut
Henrik Ibsen's
monds of play
man of the county commissionfrom down altogether, and its Ne- "Peer Gynt" DriveThe
the county seat in St. gro student body integrated en

Petersburg.In masse into the' formerly all- Airman'J meshhi. "Roberts' Trolls, witches, Imps and personnel of the Miami
white Dunedin and San Jose of Mrs. Mozelle Roberts of monsters are the order of the district of the AfroAmericanLife
tendering Rev.commission Williams elementary schools. 2545 son NW 55th Terr., has com- day when Peer steals the bride Insurance Co. has held
this distinction, and carries her to the moun- several planning meetings during -
chairman: John W. Bonsey With the opening of the 10G4 pleted Air Force basic military
lauded his "many outstanding semester this Fall. Dunedin's training at Lackland AFB, tains. Elaborate costumes, the past month In prepa-
with student projectsof Junior and senior high school Texas. striking scenery and a cast of ration for the coming annual
services
than 40 children will Drive week of De-
students who had hitherto more Collection
the UN and the U. S. State ,
been carted off to Airman Roberts is being assigned truly captivate an audience of cember 7.
Department
likewise to an Air Force Logis- any age group.
schools In Clearwater, were the first
Williams Is national vice- into Dundedin tics Command base at Robins Each year during
integrated
affairs AFB Ga. for training and dutyas Horace Wade and Bertrum week of December a concerted
international
,
of -
and Dunedin
president high and Junior high -
Farquharson play the role of effort Is made by all repre-
for the Collegiate Council senior :an: air policeman. His new
for the United Na ions, and high. Comprehensive unit supports the Strategic Air Peer Gynt. The lovely bride Is seneatves In keeping with thecompany's
played Uy Adrla Harrison and philosophy "Cour-
last year bit: as an American Command mission of keepingthe
Bass and Service Pays" to encourage -
delegate at a world gatheringof nation's intercontinental Joyce tesy
the Council in Geneva, missles and Jet bomlters on all of their policy
Other members of the cast
to catch-up, payoutand
owners
Switzerland. McGhanley SpeaksThis constant alert.
are: Marvin McCoy, Margaret into the next year to assure -
He has also served on num- The airman is a 1001 graduate Mitchell, Terry Jones, Louise them peace of mind and
erous occasions as host to vis- time I am taking great of Northwestern High. Clarke. June Farquharson, Al- guaranteed protection during
about the
pleasure In speaking thea Fussell, Betty Grownlee,
iting African scholars while the Yule Tide Season.Representatives .
its entire
Miami Times and
Allison Clark, Clifford Phillips,
the Bay area
touring Tampa staff for their wonderful cooperation Morehouse AlumniTo Ellzah Clark. Freddie Martin. whose debit
under the auspices of the StateDepartment's
Africa-America in getting my little Dwight and Vincent Duncombe, collections during the week
Institute. messages to you, Mr. and Mrs. Meet Dec. 4 I Rodney Bradlev. Patricia Jen- exceed $1,000 qualify for the

Public. Everything you know All alumni former studentsof kins, Leila Williams, Dedra James H. Lewis president's
Not mentioned in Rev. Wil- about me and my public life, I Morehouse College are askedto Edwards, Elizabeth Mitchell $1,000 Club and will be t H e
liams' citation as Outstanding am sure you learned throughthis meet with Dean B. R. Bra- Theresa Rartan, Cheryl Smith, recipient of a three-day all
Citizen was is role In further- newspaper. I think they zeal, at the Roosevelt Savingsand Linda! Phillips, Carlos Sands, expense trip to the Home Office -
Ing peaceable integration or have always been? Some may Loan, Community Room, Beverly Coats, Sonya Miller, in Jacksonville as special
the school system In Dunedin say on the ball! But I sav they f on Friday, Dec. 4th at 6 p.m. Arthur Wilson, Lester Bostic guest of the president and giv-
where he Is pastor of Shiloh have always been great. Thanksto Plans for the 100th Anniver- and Darrell! Bentley. en the red carpet treatment.
Baptist Church. the editor and staff. sary of the founding of More-
I house will be discussed. The delightful dancers, directed The district's slogan for 1961
It Is largely through his efforts He that God keepeth Is well by Miss Octeon Cum- is Jacksonvlle Here We Come
working through the I shall know.
Up- kept. See
you "
berbatch, Include: Sheila Vick- 100 per cent Strong.
per Pinellas Branch of the Sunday, I hope. Thanks for I
Florida Council on Human Re- reading. Alphas Smoker at

Alcazar Hotel JOHNNY WARE:

Letter To Editor Human Relations Invites all of his friends to come in and drive the all

All members of the Alpha new spectacular 1965 Rambler. He promises large
November 28th
1064 Phi Fraternity are invited
Alpha, -
Dear Editor, Dinner ThursdayThe to attend a Pre-Classlc savings on any new or used car.
I have Just completed reading Founders Day Smoker at the
vour article entitled, "Is Greater Miami Chapterof Alcazar Hotel In the Tllngit r Special Sale!II II.
School Board Fair In Teacher Florida Council on Human Room at 500 Biscayne Blvd on
Integration May I congratulate Relations Invites you to attend Friday evening, Dec. 4th, at I
you on such a fine article? Its annual dinner Thursday, 8:00: p.m. A grand fraternal, L I. '64 Ramblers
The Negro citizens need to December 10, 7 p.m. in the fellowship is promised all. Also t
think of what would happen to Starlight Room of the Biscayne the Installation of new officers
this communltv If teachers Terrace Hotel. will be held at this time. I $ $ Save Hundreds $ $
(Negro) were fired in large
croups. They would] certainly The topic for discussion will All models, all colors
take' the jobs now held by the be, "Will equal higher educa-
hivh school graduates. This tion he promoted bv bringing, EVERY NITE! all
Save
In turn would] affect the beau- Florida Memorial College fromSt. The Hammond Organ la back- $200 or more on

tlHani. barbers, groceryman Augustine to Miami?" Every nite at the Satellite
used
salesman otc. Our cars
community Lounge FREDDIE GRANT entertains -
Speakers will be Rev. Ed-
would lie In
an economic strainT on the Hammond Organ
ward T. Graham chairman -
L COMPARE! COMPARE!
feel as an American citizen board of trustees, Florida Memorial Never nn admission. IMIAMI'S
that overv able bodlfd person College and Jack Gordon SATELLITE LOUNGE
should contact A. D. Moore member Dade Countv
\ OLDEST RAMBLER AGENCY
And volunteer 6222 N.W. 7th Avenue
vour presence at School Board. Dinner is $5.00.
the Dorrrnber Rth meeting
th D.-vIf! County School Superintendent with- Call 446-7775 for reservations. "Out of This World"DADE VENETIAN RAMBLER

We should vn down
to the School Administrator

Hnlldlnff at least 1000/ stron* ( CAMERA CENTER 545 N.E. 15th STREET
I'll be there will vou?

Mrs Doris Hopkins WHERE THE PRICE IS RIGHT MIAMI END OF VENETIAN CAUSEWAY

P.S.!: Your newspaner eoulrahPin ...HAR 1URJP 1 W 36th ST MIAMI 42 years
rrreoatJy In r!trettln! athpre. lornodP1PO Location CONFIDENCELOWEST FR 7-8831
tlo" Also whAt
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MAYS SCHOOL SAVE NOW

Next door to Jackson Byrons
The new drama coach an.
nounced that his Drama Club Across the street from Miami Jackson High School

which is now hard at work rehearsing Easy to reach by North-Son Exwy. or 36th Street Exwy.

will present Monday Excellent parking both front and rear of store. We Van
MAD
Dec. 7 and Tuesday, Dec. 8, a MAN MAXBUYSANYTHINGSELLS
three-act social drama. "Thun- supply and satisfy your camera needs

der on Sycamore Street." Reg-
inald Rose Is the author of the

Play. PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE

Thomas R. Paplno, who 't WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTY
comes to Mays from North- MADE .
western High said that he feels CUSTOM
that his first production will .PLASTIC FURNITURE Furniture Refrigerators $19.95 pp
off well.
go Refrigerators
SLIP COVERS Beds
"Since this is the first production ., 10.95 u p
we are making special CRYSTAL CUAft Stoves ,
efforts to make it successful. HEAVY .AUOi Couches 14.95
J f up
LASTING TV's
: LONG
I At this time we are In the pro- 1111 IUISTANT
cess of selecting crew chiefs, 1 r
crews, building scenery and a Eiittuan.SUMS. tot o Radios Pole Lamps 8.95 up \
sN at 1 I
host of other Mfl
things that
we pf rt NEN.
feel are necessary to make this WMUUN.SNIP AND S sods ct I OR WHAT HAVE YOU I
production a success," Paplno sun al All !
saId. He also said that his clubs AUMUimCMMIONl 'III .STlWATIS .
soliciting one dollar patrons 11"111 ... o OPEN 7 DAYS
I In an attempt to finance a AII. vtmroriR SPECIALIZING CALL .
PLASTIC DAY ORNIGHT
IN .
hopeful success. 1 rinns SLIPCOVERSEXCLUSIVELY a 2713 .62nd St.
r Dramatics Club members In
a short while will 'begin selling ,I HON( : .
60 cents student tickets and I'M House at Grctclien wi 7.53:; PHONE 696377TTHE
one dollar adult tickets the ..

tickets will be the same price.' I Formerly GtvCtchen-Nicholas Plastic Cover

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA.
SOCIAL SECURITY

Spearing I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1964 PAGE 16



long delay, Mary found she
was entitled to social security REV. LAURA
benefits of $75 a month.
With Sports :. ..SIUTy Pf..1A1..- Mary also found out that social Spiritualist, Reader and

security payments were Advisor
A middle-aged worker, whomwe not welfare, but were paid as
Bj ItAtmt SPEAK can call Mary Jones, woke a matter of earned right. Healings and blessings to
up with a backache recently. The people for whom Mary God's Powers
.6 ..wrw.r -......,........-.. She decided that she couldn'tdo had worked, and had not made
I housework any longer.By timely reports, were now required One visit will convince you
AMATEURS STEAL the winner of the Lawrence 9 o'clock, her employer to pay both the worker's that Rev. Laura will help
slitnvsAT IAN AM IUCAN Realization, the Roamer and knew it; before the week was share of the social security tax
Display Handicaps and the Atlantic out, most of the Federal Gov- and their own. They also had you through her power of
Mbhddy Nov So the Arriateiir City Handicap last year' ernment knew It. Two agen- to pay penalty and Interest. blessings.
hoW )promoted by JbhHny Lbrttbarao Plus a .creditable second! to cies dealing with people's prob- That's where Internal Revenue DONATIONS ONLY
and Tony Dundee wasa Never Bend: 1ft the Yanked lems, Internal Revenue Service becomes Involved.Mr. .
great! success, \Vltrtessed Handicap at Suffolk Dowtts. and Social Security Administration Dlonston urged people UN 6-5882
500 or 600 enthusiastic figlitfans While none of the others on did something about who hire domestics to be sure 612 71st Street
and well enjoyed. This the City of Miami roster has Mary's backache Here's how It to report domestic wages after
was for the benefit of the managed to notch a stakes all started. the close of each quarter, If Miami Beach
Multiple ScleroslSi These two score, three have won over- Mary came tot h e social the cash pay test Is met Take L bus
boys jot pf credit night handicaps during the security office and said, "I
for their time and 1 alsd year Salesman Prior, Recep need help according to Ed- For more Information and Instruction -
all who took part ietfort tive and Irish Demon 11, ward P. ui>nston. District Man- the Social, visit Security! write,Office or phone t For Best Results

i Max< tioodirian Worked hard HORSES TO WATCH ager ih Miami (North), 231 N. E. 79th Street. The a telephone Try Classified Ad
with John I number! I Is 759-1521. a
and Tony. All the CHESHIRE JAY B Mr. Dlonston said that this
bouts were evenly matched. EMBEZZLER JAYELL cry of need Is heard dally andIt J. .
Let's hope there will be more LUCY ARNTZ often comes from aging or
shows like this one. Watch for more in my next disabled household workers. Homes in Opa-Iocka, Bunche Park
I column There i s general misunder-
by my expert selector,
Here are the results: Butch
standing by ''housewives that
THE
Jackson tko'd Joe Hickey in WHIZ. social security Is voluntary.Some New Liberty City
the 2nd round; Bob Dyer won are of the opinion that
over Gary Dugan; Joe Rossa 4 PIIO DRAFTEESIN they must have three or more As low as $100 DOWN
and Gino Graziano fought a CLASSIC workers before they are required -
draw, Jim Handy and Mike to report
Golfarm fought a draw Jim Florida A and M coach Jake SEYMOUR M. ROTH, Realtor
Burton tko'd Ken Crawford, Gaither will throw four pro "This Is far from the truth"
3rd round' John Hallwood won draftees, among them, Olympicstar said Mr. Blonston. He explained APPROVED FJIA ANI VA IHIOICEII
over Buddy Hanawitz. Bob Hayes, at the Gramb that In the case of domes- I
ling Tigers In his starting line- tics, who may be maids, yardmen MU 1.3515 14570 NW 27th Ave.
Grady Ponder and Joe Mur- who
up Saturday night in the 32nd or other persons
chison put on a tremendous ex Annual Orange Blossom Classic -. work around private homes, INDP'
hibition. Guest! referees were football ''game in the Orange I. cash wages of $50 or more In a
former featherweight champ, Bowl. I calendar quarter to one employee
Willie Pep, former feather- Remembering; a 28-2J. defeat must be reported.
weight contender Charlie TI- handed the Rattlers in their BARON'S NEW HOMES
tone, Dick Tobin, former other Classic encounter with Mary was such a person and
her had not been reported -
heavyweight of Miami Beach wages
Police Dept. and also of t h e the Louisiana team nine years but should have been because 3 large bedrooms, 2 bath Fla. room, garage
Gaither
ago. said he plans to
Marine Reserves, Ben Bril, "wrap this one up in a hur- she met the' $50 test. This 651 NW 47th St. 1921 NW 50th St.
out In Interview
referee for the 1964 Olympics information came an -
held in Tokyo. ry.Halfbacks with Mary. After a Open 3 to 5
Hayes of Jacksonville -
(Denver Broncos and St.
1835 NW 41st
LEW STERLING, general Dallas Cowboys draftee!) and the Dade County Courthouse at
sales manager of Dumas Milner Bobby Felts, Miami (Baltimore 12:30: p.m. The parade will move We build, buy land or homes
Chevrolet also manager of Colts and Houston Oilers) east on Flagler St. to Biscayne LARGE LOTS FOR SALE
CHARLIE SKOCH, a boy who along wth guard David Daniels Boulevard south to First St.,
has won 18 fights in his last!' Palatka (Chicago Bears) andthe west to Second Ave., and NEED MONEY? CALL JE 8.1340
19 starts in Florida, presented massive 255-pound end south to the Dupont Plaza
a trophy to the winner of the Carleton Oates, Tampa (Min- parking area where It will dl -
7th race last Saturday. This nesota Vikings and Houston band.
Oilers) will answer the opening -
race was sponsored by the
will hold their
Dumas Milner Chevrolet. whistle. The Rattlers
The Rattlers will arrive at final workout at FlamingoPark
Miami International Airport on Miami Beach at 3 p.m.
There were no bouts at aboard Eastern Airlines Fit. Friday. The Tigers will prac-
Little River last week due to 163 at 12:16: p.m. Friday Dec. tice at the park Frday morning -
Thanksgiving. Look in your 4. Hayes Immediately will Join .
dally papers for the next show, t1
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of CHRIS a return DUNDEE bout has coming a whale up BUY NOW! 1ri r

Dec. 9 between Tony Mama-I
relll and Ray Comancho. Both I Take advantage of homestead exemption j
boys fought to a stand still
with the decision a draw. Thl 535, NW 48th Street Ar
next one should be a hum-
tilnsrer. There will be an all- 3-bedroom 2 bath CBS, garage
star supporting card. FULLY FURNISHED _

TOMMY ROSS Sr. and $1,000 down Amortize at $87 month
'CHIP JOHNSON leave for ME GAME OF THE YEAR!
--0--
Hlrmlntrtiam. England next I ,
Monday, Dec. 7. Chip fiarht 6310-12 NW 29th Avenue SAT. NIGHT DEC 5th
Brian London. This one will tv ORANGE BOWL 8 P.M.
a strong test as Brian has '*>x. 2 houses, income property
Pd th,.rn all including champIons MONTHNO '
DOWN $85 1V
Chin Is suite ponular In $300 ,:
England. This will he his second QUALIFYING MOVE RIGHT IN ,)1, ,Jt. >, FLORIDA A&MRATTLERS

hick, Chip.annearance there. Goor For appointment call MU 8.0521MU 1-0222 PLUS' f' ,:\ t/W>: :

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FAMU 'y:. >:!,&\
'Hobeau Farm's Red Gar ;; o

''fresh in from a division his smashing of the Hur-victory Lincoln Fields Apartments MARCHING BAND In two 4!!ili: c \ RES. SEATS

\ $4.50$3.53
ricane Handlcnn on onenfn' '
day at Tronlcal Park and Paul $2.50 Tax Inc.shows .
Bonearzone's Dean Carl In the 2045 N.W. 62nd Street ,.
midst of a camnalsm to regain DON'T MISS
the form which enabled him -I, .
M yarn tlJK1/' *" In 1003. ton the Hurryl!
Hut of 18 nominations for the Eafy Urfa* m Our Cool, Clan Aparts .... Hurryl! THIS ONE. ,
MOOno ad ted City of Miami' Offering Many F........ \- -
Handicap the mile and 70 yard
f<'Rt which will feature Satur- FREE GAS FREE CITY WATER SEE PRO-STYLE FOOTBALL FEATURING
1av's program at the Coral
CaMes track.In T1U BatkrMM Refrigerator Gaa Star RATTIER ROBERT HAYES.WORLD'S FASTEST HUMAN!

romplnir to his, twrvlennrth Pafate4 *- Venetian diets
Hurricane victory with' Newly TICKETS ON SALEIN
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only moderate u"rtn from TW Washing MaaUnee Latmdry ROOM

:Hartack, Red Gar accounted Ato not w t.r realer MIAMIU.
Free Patfcfeff
'for his first 1964 stakes trl-
umph after rolling up a bank F.. Garbage Disposal j ii' of Miami Ticket Office Grand MW Grand Drug Ave.
Street
228 SB First
'account of than $50000
more ... Drug Store
Community
,chiefly through second ,place ON PREMISES North Travel Bureau
CARETAKERS
67SO NW 15th Ave.
Ave
11M NW Third
much of the
finishes during
6015 NW 7th Ave.
Roosevelt Savings and Loan A n,
year. In te City of Miami Red t !
Gar will be seeking his first \. Jij d IN RICHMOND HEIGHTS

success of of more the year than at six a fur distance -r''- ""* Wevfcljr RM.. Richmond heights Drug Store, 14 S8 Lincoln Blvd.


longs.Dean Carl a four-year-old $14JW 1....rr.... flftJt lh.dr... Apt. Now Available HOTEL.. Miami ACCOMMODATIONS Beach and Miami. Special Rate

son two of allowance County Delight races this has year won Renting Office .... .. ry Jay ...... OX 1-SMS to Orange Blossom Classic F..... Contact, Charles North

but he has! shown flashes of Nortfi Travel ,Boma, 1104 NW Third Ave. k
the speed which made him l

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Offers Gallimore Scholarship I I Legal Notice I.I r THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA.

The first "Willie Gallimore Florida, (the host bottler), will NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS' PAGE 16 .SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1064Or.
Memorial Scholarship" will be make the presentation on be- NAME LAW I
unveiled on December 5th before half of the Pepsi-Cola parent NOTICE IS HEREBY given I I-
that the undersigned, desiringto
football fans attending the company which sponsors the
Orange Blossom Classic In annual award. engage In business under
:Miami's famed Orange Bowl Pepsi-Cola is sponsoring the the fictitious name of GLAM- lay Gutierrez
new Gallimore Scholarship as OUR PHOTO SERVICE at 6215 I
Named after the Florida part of the company's com- NW 7th Avenue In the City of
A&M-Chicago Bears pigskin prehensive sports program Miami, Florida, Intends to reg-
great who died In a fiery auto under terms of the new grant, ister the said name with, the
crash early this year, the new the winner must achieve scho- Clerk of the Circuit Court of
four-year scholarship grant to lastic and athletic proficiency In Dade County, Florida and with t t
Florida A&M will be presented the tradition of Willie Gallimore. the office of Secretary of State.
during a special pre-+game ceremony While time limitations requiredthat William H. Harris and Leon
t o Samuel Anderson, this year's winner be selected Pujol f owners.
an especially deserving Florida from the Florda A&M Nov. 28, Dec. 5, 12, 19 mmOPEN
A&M student selected by the freshman class, all future winners -
school's Official Scholarship will b e chosen from a Legal Notice
Committee. Mr. Herbert Paige, national competition open to SUNDAYS
Vice-President, Pepsi-Cola Bottling all senior high school students NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
Company of Miami, throughout the country.EMERGENCY. NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY given
that the undersigned, desiringto
FOR SALEBIG engage in business under
the fictitious of GLAM-
name
3 BEDROOMS OUR STUDIOS at 6215 NW 7th 10 TO 6 H.
ONLY $11.800 TOTAL $350 Down Ave. In the City of Miami, Fla. ,
This nice CBS, $350 down, intends to register the said
oak floors, large modern kit- name with the Clerk of the
chen. $84 month all FHA.A. 741 NW 77th Street
pays Circuit Court of Dade County,
Ben-Korl, phone anytime Florida and with the office of AND DAILY 9:30: TO 9
751-2243. beautiful CBS home that has William H. Harris and Leon I
large lot, tile roof, garage, Pujol owners.
2-BEDROOM 2 BATH William H. Marris, owner..
hardwood
floors,
ONLY $11,000 TOTAL In dining room, Nov. 28, Dec. 5, 12, 19 I I UNTIL CHRISTMASYour
CBS, lovely corner tile roof, select area, close to bus and I
carporte, etc. $74 month pays shopping. Out of town owner. $G2 MONTH PAYS ALL I
all. $300 down FHA. A, Ben- Must sell at once. Call Ed $250 down, $9,200 total like new
Kori, phone anytime 751-2243. nice 2-ttedroom CBS. Fla.
Weeks at 757-7631, Gold-Farb : room.
Realtor. Dec12 A real bargain. A. Ben-Korl. Gift Dollar Buys More At
Make Offer IIii Realtor phone anytime 751-2243

777 NW 77th STREET

lot once 3-Dedrcom.See and this make 2-bath excellent your CBS offer buy, large at to Holiday Season Special Your Three Sisters Store!

Ed. Weeks at 757-7631. Gold-
Farb Realtor.
___'-A'-----D12" Come in and!_ register Ito win a

1330 NW 68th Terr. WIG SALE Giant Stuffed Dog Worth

2-Story CBS I

9 rooms 2 baths
Demonstration wigs from our Ft. Lauderdale Store
completely furnished, exceptional 3 $50oolBeaptiful !

bargain at $19,800By {

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appointment' only

PL 7.6663 new Holiday Merchandise. for

Key Realty 361-5311
'J everybody in the family. Come early .for

$750 DownCBS
best selections
hardwood floors

6 BIG ROOMS


Vacant LARGE move LOT right in THREE SISTERS

1831 NW 42nd StreetWI ,

5.3501 $49.95 Cash Ave.Specials
6145 N.W. 7th .

FOR SALE 10 APTS.,

Two 2-bedroom, 1-bed-. 100% Human Hair Made in Europe

room air condition, furnished I -
CBS, sprlinker system, .. Original price from $169, and up .

harc Wood floors, laundry, EDISON
next to Grand Union store,

close to downtown, restrict. t DISCOUNT WIGS INC. ,
ed location. Sale by owner. OPEN SUNDAY 2:30 to 5:30 P.M.

This property sale less than BUY'NOW TO GET YOUR 1965 HOMESTEAD

coat. FR 97633. Call after 5904 NW 7th AVE., MIAMI I EXEMPTION AND SAVE 100's OF DOLLARSNO
4 p.m. D5
I CLOSING COST ON A'NY OF FOLLOWING

18 Years of Responsible TELEPHONE 758.7693' 339 NW 39th StreetCBS.

Service to The CommunityPL Dining room, large kitchen, screened) porch,
a wall to wall carpeting. 'Safe for: children blind
7b
a street, 250 down, FHA,I'> $75..month. 10,500 total.,

HOMES ,FOR SALE3BEDROOMS s 340 .NW? 40tK"Street .l. .

CBS 2-porches, dining room, garage, IVz 'bath. $67
( month, $250 down FHA! $10,700 total.

Very large, CBS home with fenced yard, carport, -.---

1-3604 big Fla.. room, near 7th Ave., buses and expressway. SEE THE FOLLOWING, THEN CALL :DISON
Only $350 down. Low monthly payments. 1 FHA I 1760 NW '45th 'f
Street
THE VERY FINEST mortgage. Call Harry Denny Ito inspect these homes
QUALITY now. Extra large CBS home, :12 porches. 38 ft. carport.
$250 down 'FHA. Owner will redecorateInterior.
Homes built on your lot --o-- completely
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or ours. CBS DUPLEX '

Beautiful attractive additions alterations and Live rent free in this very nice duplex. Rent from one, ',1737 NW '47th Terrace ,

apt. pay expenses.: Total price $12,500with, only' Duplex CBS, tile roof, kitchens equipped,'2-bedrooms ;
We> demolish your old $400 down. on one side' 5 ,years.new. $14,500, only $450 down
house and build a new, -.-- FHA..

beautiful home. 4-BEDROOM, 2 BATHSCBS --V ALSO i--- -:

Good Call us bank for information financing like new. $83 per month pays all. No qualifying, CBS month home pays, tile everything.roof, Fla'. room. Only 7 year' .old .$75

no closing costs. Low down payment.

9r ((3 ACTION REALTY RealtorsE. EDISON REALTY Realtors
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'Licensed Insured HARRY DENNY 754-0483 :175 .62nd.. St. 7512441Pepsi.Cola \

888 NE 79th Street I.. A. ;



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