The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 12, 1964
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00193

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I =U.S.. Supreme Court Strikes Down Cohabitation: Law w I

Young Gang The U S, Supreme states including Florida.
.j Court ruled Monday that The laws are In all Southern -
Members Face Florida's law against racial and border states except -
comabltatlon Is uncon- Indiana and Wyo-

Murder ChargeTwo stitutional. ming
The court was asked to Convicted In II:i (Knit>>
outlaw the section against Criminal Court on June
members Liberty '
of a racial Intermarriage, but 24, 1002, their case was
City youth gang taken to the Supreme
Instead It wiped out only
charged with the fatal the one forbidding u man Court with the support[ of .
rttN shooting of -year-old!
of different the NAACP.
and woman
Olivia Bethel, were Indicted -
4-i"+- for first clegl'ccmurder races to habitually !live Criminal Court J u d g c
this week by the In and occupy In the nighttime Jene William: who sentenced -
Dade County Grand Jury. the same room the couple to 30

y 'M y days<< and $J l. 0 fines after
; M ''While standing In the The decision reversedthe their Jury trial, said Mon-
doorway of her parents' conviction of Dewey day he "halfway expect
apartment In Opa-locka McLaughlin; a Honduras- ed" the Supreme Court
Oct. 11, the girl receiveda born Negro, and an Alabama decision: to knock out the
shotgun blast In the white woman, Con- law
w ac ',jt S face, which was fired by nie Hoffman, They were
members of the LibertyCity living together In un efficiency However.! Judge WillIam
gang who were chas- apartment at 732: said, the Supreme
: t; Inur members of the Opa- Second St., Mlalnl\ ll ich, Court hack In 1883: upheld
locka gang, when they were arrested a similar law Involving an
Feb. 28. inr, Alabama case
Under Indictment are
O7le Marrv Smith, in, oft "I. have no criticism of
.r..r! :.1 NW 22nd Ave, who Written by Justice Byron the court's new position
told police he pulled the It White, the court but I hope they acknowledge -
trigger, and John Moore, unanimous decision, left that this is a reversal -
20. of $180 NW filth St.. the laws forbidding Inter- of the previous
who police "said: owned racial marriage In said
Miami CORE members packed and labeled more than a the 19'b
ton of clothes in the past two weeks for destitute Negroes in weapon '
Mississippi. Our special Christmas Two of the gang, Clyde
Thousands of Negroes lost their jobs because they wantedto Edition will bt publishedWed. Romla Stephens 17, SOI!)
register, vote, and become good citizens in the state of NW 22nd Ave and James! 1rt
Mississippi. Dec 23. Reserve Harold Brown, 10. 1(15)! ()
The Miami CORE wishes to thank all of the persons in Wh St. face Criminal:
Dade County who contributed clothes and funds to help these your space nowl Court charue of helnq accessories ,
unfortunate people. ->: after the fact of
murder, Three others j. .
were\ released utter \Inves

17,340 Students Boycott tigation.. ',

Sub Standard' Jax Schools'Rags' Atlanta Named Senator t

A thl'el..I..v. school boy A nwetlnW.HI/ held
'ott bv children In Jacksonville Wednc'sd.iy' My the ,school Man of Year
ended Wednesday! board with two groups of
costing Duval County un Negroes/ one favoring
estimated $7:,,X)0) in state and the other opposing ATLANTA (NPI)-
!!;J funds the boycott and a derision Horace T. Ward, state
was made to meet senator-elect, has been
.W I Dr.) .1 J, Irving I J.:. !Scott, tit a later date to discuss named "Young Man of
abstain director of education the grievances! of the The Year" by the Atlanta -
_ said 1<<1 between O,((((() Nl'J.CI'Oe chapter of the Inter-
and 7.KX() students, were national Association of
absent Wednesday compared Y's Men's Clubs.
1 Frank. Hampton, Nl' I'Opolltllut
with 10,(()() Tuesday Mayor Robert King High of Miami presents a trophy to
leader who Ward selected for
und : opposed Robert Hayes, "Worlds Faster
17.310 Monday
on behalf of the
the Ixiycott, said he his many years of pion- Southeast Florida
Dairy Instutite for
to The county lost<< $2.21 Instate asked for the meeting to eering in the attempt to to Florida's image as the his outstanding contribution -
sports capital of the
each "make some In Integrate the University
funds day progress
per world In "
lay for the absentees Improving schools in Duval of Georgia and for h i a 1964, The presentation was made at the Coral
school official estimated. County"Geneva recent election victory. Gables Chamber of Commerce and Touchdown Club dinner in
: Miami Springs Villas. Hayes, winner of two Olympic gold
4Ui Ward was honored at medals, was In Miami to play in the annual Orange Blossom
the annual Young Man of Classic football game
the Year Banquet, at -
Johnson which the group also cit-
ed Ira L. Jackson with Its
2 Teens Get Life
Dies at 43 business munity work award and, for his com-efforts -

to give a new Image
Alton Johnson, promi- to the young Negro Wusl-! in
nent and popular Liberty nessman. Holdup Killing
City businessman died in
Mt. Sinai Hospital Friday, Speaker at the banquet
Dec. 4."naKii". was Dr. Benjamin C. Sentenced to life Imprl-
Mays president of More- sonment Tuesday by Cir- Kerry KrancoU of 7738
as he was called house College A special cuit Judge/ Harold Spaet NW 15th! Ave., and Leroy
; .l, is the son of a pioneer tribute paid to I>
was r. for killing a man in a Walker of SAM NW 7th St.,
family, was owner of a Martin Luther King who holdup attempt were two were found guilty of first
number of )Businesses, including was not present. 10-y ear-old boys degree murder by an all-
two grocery stores white male jury Dec. 2
and a cleaning establish with recotnmeml.it fur
ment in Liberty City. Mother Argues; Girl Kills Self mercy.

Rags, 43, was an "easy )Diane Sapp J i5-year-ohl: ter had tried ","klel" A Jury' mercy recommendation
touch" to the down-and- Northwestern High :Sophomore twice before with ,sleeping. make a life
outers hardly ever refusing shot herself to pills and anacln tablet sentence' mandatory.
persons who needed ,,nF r death o n Sunday after after heated family arguments -
help whether it was :arguing with her mother over her custody. The Jury was told Ify
money or groceries to about when she xhouldgo Assistant, State Attorneys
carry home.Possessed. to bed. Edward S. 1 Klein ,and 1 Ger-

of a quiet r The shooting took place: Annie Daniels, 23 of ald Kogm. ; that Francois
and unassuming nature after the girl locked herself C801-H NW 11th Ave.vn and Walker handled t,22
his In the bathroom of wounded .by. n .22 caliber pistol Ifefnre I ncompanion.
many of philanthropicdeeds Knowles, (center Miss KAMU, pins a fatally
her homeat bullet In the 'he".. Bennie null,'.
went unsung.Mr. grandmother'H! caliber
Polidore. The
Miss Grambllng, Miss! Elnora
corsage on 5251 NW 21th PI. She John II. Adam. tO. of IB of (lit NW 10th St t..
Johnson will be fun- other coed IRU: ,*!* Alonzetta Tinker sophomore attendant used her grandfather's 1051; I NW pith St., w a w fired the fatal idiot,
eralized Friday 3:30: p.m. 3H: revolver. charged with murder. Investigators -

at St. James AME Church.Home The pinning took place at Players and Coaches The mother, Mr. Annie said the shooting !tulle was found, 1112'1,111'
The Is in Range charge of arrangements dinner at the Seville Hotel on :Miami Beach sponsored :Mae Anderson told a occurod I n his Itod- earlier and was commit
by Royal Crown Cola Time reporter her daugh- room early Sunday. !tod I l h)' Judge). Spaei., .


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Gets 9 months for Attackat

Integrated School

,: f\UGUSTINE A tery and to vagrancy. .
white man was sentencedto Justice of the Peace Marvin !
nine month! In jail Grier sentenced him to

Tuesday after he pleaded six months for assault and ,,:, '
guilty to assaulting a Ne- three months for vagrancy. : t -
gro boy who attends an Integrated Grier said Goode madean 'p.. 4 1,
school here. unprovoked attack
Dec. :3 on ChristopherWhite )
Harold nU joel fioode, 20 on the grounds of gJ
of St. Augustine pleaded Ketterllnus Junior High

'.' guilty to assault and hat- School.


I Dade County to Honor I

Earl Feircloth f. I
Attorney GeneralelectEarl Included In the festivi- I
Faircloth will he ties for the day are a 1 parade \ J
honored by the residents luncheon and reception -
18. The mayors of Djde's The luncheon Will beheld JI
municipalities and the In the EvergladesHotel < I
Metro commission are issuing with an estimated
proclamations, offi- 1,500 persons attending.
Smiling Eddie Lee Pitt- cially designating the Dick Stone, chairman of
man. popular local businessman 18th as "Earl Faircloth the Distinguished Guest's
Is the new owner Day" Committee, reports alj
of the Dive-Inn Bar, municipality and metro-
politan officials will he attending -
I 1772 Ni9th St. Phone
(191-9131 He Invites: all 119 Jobless along with several (
his'old friends to come state official These
and meet new friends. nclude Secretary of State
Everyone welcome. IndfCHAUMONT. Sought For Free| Tom Adams, Commission
er of Agriculture Doyle
Conner State Treasurer We're not jumping the gun on wishing yore A
TrainingOne J. Ktlwin Larsen and Superintendent -
of School THa .
I leyFaircloth. Merry Christmas.It's .
hundred and nine-
teen unemployed men and Dade County : I
women are needed by the legislator and well-known :
A Florida State Employ- Miami attorney, will he : just our way of letting you know that Y' "
<' ment Service to take free the first South Florida :
Job training with pay as resident to hold a cabinet : Holiday Gretft t.
have 10 to
commercial cooks, hotel post. only more days get your

housemen, nurses aides,
hospital I orderlies, salespersons Tickets} for the luncheoncan jog ad in for The Miami Times' Christmas issue abe
and factory ma- be obtained by contacting -
chine operators, said Harry Judge Henry Hala- December 23rd.
L. Tyson, M i a m i han or Judge Milton Wal- published Wednesday,
Metropolitan Area 'Manager lace.
for the FSES. --

Call OX 1-0421 today and we will arrange k\4 j
Tyson said that this

will ty for be unemployed the last oportunl-peotile t-J.'J.. .ZI. ",< show you our catalog of beautiful prepared ads,
to get this "earn while **
France ,
you learn" free job train- ,t.
Airman First Class Leo- ing since the Federally
pold Finley, son of Mrs. sponsored program will [
Julit C, Flnley of 5193A come to tin end In June
NW 27th Ave., Miami- Fla. 19G5. ,, .
N 1MM "
has been selected Out- "
standing Airman of the
Month for Chaumont AH, Unemployed p e o I p I e
France taking this training will
be paid $27 to $37 a week,
1 1v
Airman Finley an Inventory Tyson said and all of the
specialist, was training will start on Jan JACKSON'S BYRON
chosen for the honor In 'I, 1905 except for factory
recognition of his exem- machine operators which
plary conducts: and duty won't begin until Feb. 15.
performance. He is assigned -
to the 73GGth Com-
bat Support Group which To qualify for this free CLOSING SHOE DEPTS
supports the U. S. Air job training iperson
Forces in Europe mis- must be 10 years of age
sion of providing the or older and unemployed.To .

major defense air contribution of the NATO for receive of a between weekly $27 Allowance Stale Corporal 'le k 'e In Our Downtown & Edison Center Stores
countries. and 37 a person must be
I Mrady who was recently
over 16 years of age, unemployed -
The Airman attended have at least 2 appointed! District Deputyof
Booker T. WashingtonHigh years of previous experi- the Miami and Key
School. ence 'Jn any kind of work West District of IliPOK LIQUIDATIONSHOE
be tho head of a family or of W wishes ill lodges and
household, or be a member Temples great success In
IIANRETj NEWBOT.n of a family or house- the coming 'e.,,'. !
was among those coming hold whore the head of
the Orange the family or household is
from Nassau for -
Blossom Classic He unemployed. Fashion SALE !S
was guest of his aunt.
Mrs M.. Johnson, 1531 NW Unemployed people l The Future Designersof :
1st court who are interested in Miami present their J
taking this "earn while annual Fashion Sip SUn-
YOU learn" free Jot train- day. Dec. 13 at the James SAVE TOP %
The 'Times' Goes to ing should contact any of E. Scott Auditorium 7222 80
the Florida State Employment NW 22nd Ave. from -M5
College 9 mot. $3.50 Service's offices in p.m. See the very latest
Miami or call 377-2311 for. in high fashion by our

Information. budding designers. Quality: shoes for the entire family. Every pair .

FUTURE women's, men's and children's shoes must be soW

HOME OF FRANKLIN FEDERAL SAVINGS regardless of cost. Better hurry for these once* j#

DESIGNED TO BE ONE OF in-a-lifetime values.
Start now to build security for WOMEN'S DRESS SHOES values to 12.99 3.11
yourself and your loved ont by ,
opening, an insured savings account WOMEN'S &
t at Franklin Federal where your FLATS

dividends hard earned at the dollars current earn rate generous of. values to 12.99 1.77 & Z.It
4 '.- % P."d and compounded : CHILDREN'S DRESS
''. 4 tim.t.y..rFRANKLIN SHOES values to 7.99 2.tf

..home.and,for tee YOUR the folks future at FEDERAL J MEN'S DRESS & CASUALS, value to 12.99 3,11 J ji I

Franklin Federal for low cost, @ SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 'OF MIAMI Downtown: 51 E. Fla"!., St. <1
Edi.on Awu {
7th :
Center 6200 NW
long term.financing. 1001 N.W. 3rd AVENUE PHONE 371.7C12
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, THE' MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, December 12 1964 3


"It I" Collins O llffMTiLEIcI1ITh / M1iirti

.d I
I l The head of the new Federal Community Relations Serf obtalniiig competent staff and guidance in training staff and'
vice mapped out here Saturday the major outlines of a nationwide lay members of local commissions.Mr 'Unknown Illness', DrunkennessThe I
program to help local communities resolve problems of Collins pointed out that the success of the Civil
integration and intergroup tension. Rights Act did not depend upon the actions of the Federal "doctor" who requested ported
LeRoy Collins, former Governor of Florida and directorof Government or upon the actions of the Federal Governmentor an ambulance to rusha "Subject sent to the hospital
the Service established under Title X of the new Civil upon the passage of the,new laws but "upon the will and woman suffering from an was listed by the hospital
Rights Act,said that the federal program of aid to local human and the desire of every citizen to end discrimination in the drunk."
"unknown Illness tothe as only
relations commissions would take different forms "
many immediacy of the society around him.
ding the provision of "up-to-date research In the field of National assistance and encouragement of the Community hospital recently "wasn'tan "The doctor who reques-
community relations and civil rights" and what he called Relations Service are not enough for a community, he added, MO, but a Ph. D.," un- ted the ambulance was not an
"limited grants-in-aid." saying that "it is the people who live there in and day out amused Miami Springs police M.D. but a Ph. D. (doctor of
I In a speech at the dinner meeting Saturday night at the who are the ones who must solve its human relations prob- reported. philosophy.)"
Fontainebleau Hotel of the American Jewish Committee's lems. And this they cannot do unless those of different races According to police a "All parties involved
I National Executive Board, top policy making body of the pioneer and religions and origins are in communication with each Signal 3 (emergency) was were under the Influence of
'f human relations agency, Mr. Collins said that local other." used after a man Identified alcoholic beverage."
human relations commissions represent "the single most important Mr. Collins warned local communities, though, of the as a doctor and giving a Unphllosophlcal police,
key to the avoidance of racial discrimination and all danger of establishing human relations commission that do who deal with hard
Hlaleah address, and awom- prefer to
its attendant evils." not merit confidence and respect. "It is worse than having no
Identified his daughter cold facts, especially If their
Among other points of "technical assistance" that the human relations commission," he said, "If it is set up as a an. as
Community Relations Service was eager to offer local human buffer between the minority groups and the rest of the com- requested an ambulance Signal 3 Is involved took a
relations commissions, Mr. Collins said, were a program to munity, if it is intended as window-dressing, If its membersare to come to a Miami Springs dim view of the incident.
make such commissions award of the resources that existingprivate unrepresentative of all segments of the communityInshort address to rush a.woman to At the time of their report -
and public agencies have to offer, and assistance In if it is spurious in its design and purpose" HialeAh Hospital. however, no action
The 54-year-old woman had been taken In the
was said to be stricken by "emergency It was said,

I Jones First Negro To Head TammanyNEW an Further"unknown Investigation illness." of CAREFUL DRIVING does-

the "emergency" led to the n't always avoid an accident,
YORK (NPI) New York Democratic lands, Jones came to New tlclan, he has seen Tam- following facts, police ro- but it helps.
"It's possible that stronghold came the heal- York when he was 18. He many Hall In the days of
some of the ancient ca- ing of a three-year has been active in Democratic absolute power, when the
chems of Tammany Hall breach between Jones political circles for electing of Presidents
might be turning over in and Rep. Adam Clayton 10 years, and during that could be determined by a NOWADAYS you are supposed to spend all your
their graves," was the observation Powell. The two had beenat time has earned the sobriquet whim of the Tammany
of J. Raymond odds with each other of "The Fox" because "boss." time feeling sorry for somebody you don'tlike.
Jones 65-year-old Negro since 1961 when Jones of his reputation of .
who became the first of backed Mayor Wagner in l being an extremely The last of the bosses
I his race to head New the mayoral primary, and smooth, personate operator was Carmen De Saplo,
,u' York County's Democra- Powell cast his support to with an uncanny who was pale Indeed
Ic organization. Controller Arthur levltt. skill of remaining out In along who precede owerful him.Jones' SOME PEOPLE can lie down after lunch and
And with his electionto Horn Nov. '19. 1899 at front of the political tide. fall fast, asleep. I wish I could.
the leadership of the St. Thomas. Virgin Is- As a politician's poll- election was assured -
when Mayor Wagner -
over the opposition
of some leaders, got on
the telephone and said

I J- .T- that his the choice.Harlem Negrowas Shop at Your Friendly
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squabbles that often developin
the splitting up of estates,
we can sympathize with the THE BEST IN GROCERIES, MEATS AND

o old fellow whose will contained SUNDRIES,,
lust the following!
Being of sound mild,1 spent WE FEATURE
every darned cent I had.'

--Duluth (Mime) Publicity. WISE POTATO CHIPSIN

every law suit, the legal
and the moral side.

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the top photo D' Gor._ holds the plaq-it presented by F GOT THE NEW-CAR FEVER?

RC Vic President Soles (right) Bradford D. Ansl.y as Dr.
Gore is flanked by Miami Beach Mayor M.Ivin.Richord. (In the THIS Is.mE

center, George A. Morris, Jr. (left), RC Assistant General NUMBER We've got the cure!
Salts Manager, presents the RC Orange Bowl Classic, 48 Inch
tall, Championship trophy to FAMU tackle, Dave Danltls. 6911262TO A low-coit, eaty-payment car loan from
Looking on is Joe Perry, assistant to the vice prttidtnt. .Y Lincoln National

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CHOIRROBES 2. W. will okay your loan quicklyand

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LUCKIC'S TAILOR SHOP -I,; s. P. Mack. kt, long a* 36 month the lowt
SCHOOL 6510 NW 18th AT*. truer. Jud tore 1. sad payment powlbl. W. also ...k.
Miami, Fla. ..k tor se, and 111 bs loan on ud car up to 8 years

2607 West Flakier St. clod to help yom." old.

I Miami, Florida .
Miami' tint Inlegratrildriving : LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK

school OP MIAMI

We help you with the NOW! U the Time to .sellTh.t Writ fully iHtfgrattdbank In the tntirt Southeastrlthl -
written Horn.. UM a Tim..' here In the Edison Financial Center
oral and quentlons
also CU..Ifl.d Adi 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue. Phone 759-4431

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, December 12, 1964

Flirty Mill Church Launches Building Drive Letter to Edit J

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nthe\ M. rHI" list fur these! teilc. :Vn: : ml
Christian pastor -o/ I!
Mars Hill ChristIan Church\ (on- architectural impression
Church has launched a An Hear Mr, peeve
ducting of the proposed
elihe/ .io build a nursing ) As
--- home fur the aged and The great need for this! facility was presented: by editor of he \Jj') ,,
iLE-8Im8m: : J) HKK\KK: ; : J qll-c: Mjj'hG.RTII ;; the handiumped. This home was stressed by OI Frank Meyer of the Les- Times, leader If "In

C. REEVE.: *. :Managing Editor was the decision of the I), West the administrative ter Avery architecturalfirm people of the and past p,1', ,,I n
jp--; members of the Mars 11111 assistant of ,Jackson and Included some PTA I hp,. \
:Member of the National Neur 1'abllnhers AssoclaUoi : will find
this :0'
beds and 40 toGO :
Christian Church at the Memorial Hospital's Depaitment (;,0 nursing the letter an'
8'IUU'mrTJON RATES General Fellowship Meeting of Continued () convalescent: beds complete reasons for its, }IJ'; 'n
ONE YEAR tt.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN t .OO of the Christian Patient Carelr: West with dietetic recreational time written \\ortm (?)f ':i'

Entered All Second floss Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Pont Office Churches of Miami (Disciples pointed out that of some religious and physical not, I and would of the paper 'n 1 J
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 187C of Christ) held re- 2.MM()(() approved nursing therapy services. proofread In like It If I \I,
with the Rev, convalescent bedIn :yell and II le
and :
Main Office at 6740V.. 15th A".nuPhone OX 1-0411 Arehlle of oul71 of The cost of the facilityhas termlne which !? : ,I
Downtown Of fieri 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR 3-ZZM .Mtickey' pastor Dade County : been set ut SHO.OOO: think advisable to i,1,1Across (,
the North Dade Christian these beds tire for Negro Foundation I: ,'
Burton to
The the
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The Church, presiding and patients and 'that thereI. has expressed their pul.u; \,"l t
NEGRO PRESS ".Un.. that America ran bet lead the 1 the Hev ('. W Preston, a i continuous waiting Interest in participatingIn
world from racial and national antagonism when It accords to 1 am referring i
this much community to
every man regardless or race, crrrd or color his human and after game the
project to the extent activities! .
legal rights. Hating no man fearing no man-the Negro PreM Based In
strives to help every man In the firm belief that all men arc of ;"A o)% of the cost of In nn) MmUm"after ,'
hart aa long aa anyone U held back. constitution and equipment attending :Z OI(
needed to completethe game we patron* are 1 her
facilitx In view of subjected to the mKli
t this, .22")0:()() must t be rude behavior ,,ne} l1a,
The defeat of the and raised to match the Hill ever! witnessed 'I'ht, most|
stunning Republican Party 6 Mutton contribution The recent was the Thmkvi; ,
Senator Barry Goldwater by the Democrats and Presi- Martin pulflic) : I is asked to join giving game, and( I \I >.
dent Lyndon Johnson has awakened the Grand Old the march of dollar! for! that we do have a crenl;!
Party from a state of lethargy so far as the Negro is Luther the :Mars Hill ptoject All deal to he thankful for 'if i

concerned, to a state of thoughtfulness. fund. tire being held in are our to future behave world l leader( *!
escrow at the Franklin as thedid; '
It is not news that in the recent election the Negro King Federal Savings) and Loan on that night.

vote had much to do with the overwhelming victory Association and all donations Those of us who were
gained by the Democratic Party.At may be sent directly I riding the bue; home,
that the Church not sleep to them at 1001 N\V :h icl were witnesses to the

the Republican Governors' Conference in Denver A\e. ;Miami. Fla. few the unfortunate enough to be
through a revolutionDr. :Mars Hill ChrMlan: host atrocious,
last week this matter was discussed by two Republican Church.00000000000000Dugie'a. vicious at-
tacks Bus
Negro leaders, Henry Lincoln Johnson, Jr., a Washington windows were
Luther the day before he received broken, at least |
Martin King, on one per.
and Grant leader of the
Reynolds, Negro
attorney the Nobel Peace Prize, spoke to the House of Deputiesnnd son was hit by a rock,
Republican Assembly. later to the largest dinner group held at the time of There were pop bottles, ,
rocks, etc thrown by
Along with others, these leaders felt that the strong the Convention: three huge banquet halls were filled to dents. Lives were endangered 4u-

stand taken in a statement of principles endorsed by all capacity.The Guest HouseThe all because none has I

17 GOP governors calling for all necessary action, public private dinner was given by the Episcopal Society house of unusual room. tried to curb the animal-
or private, to root out discrimination and the effects of for Cultural and Racial Unity. It was not part of like attitudes of our
discrimination throughout the United States would appeal the official business of the Convention. Open 24 hours NE 4-3851 young citizens

to Negroes and there won't be such an overwhelm Dr King's subject was "Remaining Awake Througha Seeing ts Believing Are we waiting until
of Democratic in 1968 if Revolution," He said: someone is killed before
ing majority Negroes voting See us for clean rooms taking action
the party follows the governors' advice. "I am sure that most of you have read that arresting
little story from the pen of Washington Irving entitled Jamaica Dugie always a Now r suggest that the

There's something in this argument and no doubt the Republicans will make a better showing. But to about that is that Van Winkle 20 stopped until the student,
story Rip slept years. 2941 NW 47th Miami curb their hostile
us, the position now held by the Democrats, seems feelinJstoward :
"But there is another point in the story of 'Rip Van>ooooooooooooooThe rivals. Maybe in
impregnable. Winkle' that is almost always completely overlooked. It' that way we can feel safe

was a sign on the inn in the little town on the Hudson Mary Lee in attending games, This

from which Rip went up into the mountains for his long Agency behavior was likened unto .
sleep. When he went up the sign had a picture of King eating a sumptuous
751.5211 751-8112
meal and then being forced
modern village
talk about the ;
on proposed -
goes III of When he down 20
George England. came years .
take oil
to castor afterwards
in Miami's downtown Negro section, called the I later, the sign had a picture of George Washington, first 12391 NE 6th Are. .

!slum area. President of the United States, and when Rip looked at (New Address)
I realize that mine Is
On Monday the Urban Renewal\ Agency unanimously the picture of George Washington, he was amazed. He distinction.Domestic No for registration homes of fee only one voice and it will
\ this was completely lost. He knew not who he was. take the voices of
agreed to create village, featuring professional Cooks, housekeepers maid. many)
offices, quaint shops and pleasant places for relaxation. "This reveals to us that the most striking thing about batters, chauffeurs, housemen to still such actions. Put
the story of 'Rip Van Winkle' is not merely that he and couples I, for one will not be at-
Rows of shacks and dirty stores are to be made intoa slept 20 years, but that he slept through a revolution. Indfoooooooooooooo 'ending any more gamer
living community.This "There is nothing more tragic than to sleep througha until I feel that I can attend

revolution. There can be no gainsaying of the fact thata safely.
is to he in the new Community Center .
every- W 1 J : : :
revolution is in nation
great taking place our today. A - - ------------------- -
from in
thing Shakespeare productions to classes child's'guidance.
great revolution is taking place in the world. It is sweep

ing away an old order and bringing into being a new

Demolition of the buildings will get underway early I order. The great challenge facing every individual, the

next year. Replacement construction will spread over great challenge facing the Church today, is to remain
j several years. It's a $10.000,000 project awake to this great revolution."

When this is accomplished, Miami will certainly He suggested:

change its appearance. First, the Church must urge its members to developa

world perspective. Dr. King said, "For some strange

reason I cannot be what I ought to be until you are what

you ought to be and you can never be what you ought to
19 SCHOOLS LOSE ACCREDITATIONThe i be until I am what I ought to be. This is the interelated

Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary 'structure of reality." He made reference to his recent

Schools demands certain standards for accreditation of tour of India where some 370 million people have an

schools be maintained in order to qualify. Unfortun- ;income of less than $80 per year. Most of these people, .

ately, several Florida schools have failed to meet these 'he said have never seen a doctor or a dentist. ,

requirements and have been dropped from the accredited The second thing suggested was that the Church must bk

list. ;reaffirm the essential immorality of segregation. He said:

"Those who see the Negro as a criminal, or not ready
Loss of accreditation means that students from these for cultural and educational opportunities on the same

!schools cannot enter association colleges.In basis as whites, say that there are lagging standards in ,

Duval County Jacksonville, 15 schools are reported the Negro community-and there certainly are. They
as failing to meet the requirements. In Suwancc !lag because of segregation and discrimination." PATRICK SHAW"I

County, Live Oak, Bradford; Nassau County and Marion
County schools were also closed. an a graduate of Northwestern High School

WHY NOT WELCH? and am now preparing for a business career at tbs
Adequate and teachers
enough are among
Tuesday Daily News caries an editorial Miami Business bookkeepinfo '
requisites for qualifying.A Public Performance." captioned, College I am studying
It tells of Metro's
Acting Manager .
Hoke hal I enter Civil in commerce
Welch six years' service as the top aide of may Service or gel a job

iwo county managers, and his service since the departure or industry. If you would like to prepare for a f

CHANGEAs Welch will lf Manager be given Irving consideration McNayr., hoping for the that Mr. good paying job( with pleasant working conditions 1 ss

permanent -
our readers know, the motto of the Miami Timesis job of manager. call or write for details .

i : "Tcmpora Mutantur ct Nos Mutamur in Illis." This
was interesting to Ye Editor for
although he is Miami
not personally acquainted with Acting Manager Welch Business College
Forty-one years ago we launched our little ship upon Ye Editor has on two occasions in his '
the troubled waters of journalism. It was a tabloid for cated the .' of column, advo-
appointment Mr. Welch 111
!some time. Some years later we changed to the full- He does not mind doing so a third as Metro's time man.iger. So. Miami Avenue

!size newspaper, and this went on until 1935 when we

had an accident on our Lee t+to-revolution press. So To the. Miami News editorial he says-Amen, Phone 377.0294

as not to miss an issue, we went tabloid again, printingThe Please send full information about your courses
Times one page at a time, until we could do better.
aoooooooooooooo .
I ra Interested tm ( ) Day CUsmws
( ) Night
Many of our readers told us that they liked the tabloid, Lose
up to 6 poundk

so we changed to tabloid, Now 30 years later, we arc weekly NOW! i. the Tim. to Sell NAME ??._.._'__,,_,,___, m "....aa
making another change of format, !so that The Times

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bit narrower= some< laces of type will be different. Classified Ad' .,

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f e r C Legislator Charged; Using Name of Dead Manr r\\;, I d"" I

DETROIT (NPI) -- Police Sgt. Leonard New York In 1001 He

r State Rep. Daniel W. West, Cllppert said West's fingerprints was a 36-year-old white r.--.m.i
55 of Wayne County (Detroit Identified himas man. The Detroit West Is

), has been charged a felon who served u Negro.
with masquerading under sentences in three prisons It
Free on $500 bond, WestIs M
a false name and con- under other names
"CLASSIC TIME" 1064 High School Octet: and cealing a past prison re- charged with aiding
has come and gone. In the piano selections of The "West" whose name and abetting the false
spite of the showers our students helped to make cord.West the Detroit legislator Is registration of voters In

city was a gay place Had the musicale a memor- recently reeleoted -'* said to have taken died in the primary t.
heard talk of ruling the able affair. Orchids to all from Wayne County's24th

kindergartens out of the of you. district, was allegedto
have taken the name Senior Citizens Protest
parade 'tis a blessing JAMES: CANT, state .
kinder- and educational back-
they didn't. The
department of education,
gartens had the best floats. ground of a New York ..
was a visitor In our city lawyer who died In 1901. Insurance Increase
Would be wonderful if during the week. Mr.

the committee could Interest Gantt has replaced W. E. The Detroit News, in a
the sororities and Combs in this position. copyrighted story, said Hon J. Edwin Larson permit all interested 9
fraternities to take part, the allegation against ;groups the opportunity to' '
perhaps a cash award forth CLAD TO KNOW that West were made by William Commissioner of Insurance examine the reason why :

most attractive one Audrey Wynn Is up and H. O'Brien, executive Tallahassee, Jo la, the rates should go up.
would be the needed glm- out again after being a secretary of the Civil .1'
icks. shut-in as the result ofa Dear Sir: Respectfully,
Spotlight, a non-partisan
Mrs. James M I Iteid,
broken toe
THE PARTIES were political publication. Retired citizens living Max Frledson, Pres. national president of the

on as usual. The Harry HACK ..'no 1 a vao The charges were back- In our community have Council of Urban League

Smiths had friends over tlon in tre Windy City Is ed by Thomas W. O'Brien, had a large Increase recently (lullds, h! in Washington,

after the game; Char- Osceola Hogan, reporting one of five candidates defeated In taxes and now MT. CALVARY M B. D.C. attending "The Community -
mettes from several coun- u wonderful time, by West in the find themselves with another Action Assembly"Dec.
ties in our state enter- September primary. large Increase In Insurance 0-11) I, "sponsored by
friends SIN( IU': Mympathy to the National U b ..
tained their at Rev. S. Atchison pastor r u n
John and Raymond Thornton, teachat rates. I'm sure League.PiesUlents.
Georgettes; Constance Carter, reporterOur
understand thatIt
North Dade who is In you can
Connie Dillard were hoststo services were most and key
Jacksonville attending WeddingAnnouncement will create a greater
friends well Earl on last Sun-
as as Inspirational personnel of national organizations
his father's funeral. hardship on quite a number -
and Ruble Mizell. dav. This' Included a visi- will join
of Senior Citizens.
SOItllY TO Irai-n that tation of the Holy Spirit. forces: with the National

AMONG out- f-town Grady Denkins Is ill at Miss Irene Williams of I that Urhan League and Its executive -
folk here for the week- Christian Hospital. George Williamson, Ga., daughterof your staff examine the Our pastor's themes were: director Whitney
end were the James Sy- Ingraham I Is also hospitalized Johnnie B. Williamsand hooks of tre various "Heavens Hound-Dog," Ii. Young In Its effortsto
monettes and Altamese Mrs. Norris Lee companies requesting the and "The Shadow of a get Federal Antl- Poverty -

Bain, guests of Anna Brown son of Mr. and increase, to make sure as Dreadful Hour and a Funds flowing out
Grace Sweeting; the Len RUTH \. TOL1TE warn Mrs. Milton Brown, were to the of the Watching World" These of Washington Into communities -
Doss' of West Palm l hostess to the Cwest joined together In holy accuracy messages, along with their across the nation
financial statements filed
Ueach at the Lang Hall's Club at the Elmer Kents' matrimony by Rev Theodore thoughts were well re- t .
these various
home; and the C. L. Aus- on Tuesday evening. Johnson of St. John by companies. ; ceived. Many hluh ranking

tins enjoying the week- Athalle Range Is president Baptist Church at the Federal officials will
end with Dorothy Ward of this group of ladles beautifully decorated I am hopeful you will Dec 13: at :3 p.m. the speak on various! aspects;
Mr. and Mrs. Hufus home of Mr. and Mrs. delay the final hea.rlnc: to Home Mission will 1 celebrate of 'the anti-Poverty program
Fletcher and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jones 1065 NW their anniversary. highlighted Mv, an
Alvin Clarke were house- WMlttTIIV: to Constance 47th Terr. "" '--'I" '''#''' Special plans have been address by President Lyn-

guests of Maxie and Mar- Sandllands In the made for you, so preparenow don H, Johnson in. the
gueritte Miller. Buelah death of her mother. The bride was given REV. LAURA for this event with three-day conference at

Johnson and Ollie Roberts away by Mr. Jones, friend Spiritualist Reader and the Sheraton Park Hotel
'Ir. and Mn. I'. MITCHELL the the Lord
of groom's parents, on
were the guests of
are happy to have Advisor
Oct. 17.Mrs .
Al and Carmen
visiting: them at this time,
Healing and blessings to
Mr. and Mrs Willie II. their daughter, Mrs. HelenM Rose Culling was God's Powers
Pete of Orlando visited Hart and granddaughter : maid of honor; Lewis THERESA FLORIST

+s with the Cleveland Turners Charyl of Washington Sparks was best man; One visit will convince you

D. C. for the holiday Little Eddie Lee Brown that Rev. Laura will help Btace J..."
season Also expectednext Jr. was! ring hearer. It
nun Birthday wishes you through her power of NOW MILKS AWAY FROM 111011
for the week are scatter. week is another was a double ring cere-
bletting PRICES
ed around. For Carmetta daughter, Gloria Mitchell, mony. The groom and
Drown and Maebel Neal sophomore at Fisk University best man are employed at DONATIONS ONLY l' BpocUUfttng la arlUUe arraagcB.ata
on Dec. 13; Merita Black, Central Bank und l rlcncois i UN .&S82 '' for all oceatloasLOWEST

Susie Johnson Marie Rollaway employed at Jackson 612 71.t Street OUR VALUE
This l'ha'1Nhncu>: Memorial hospital PRICES COMPARE
and Denver Coach- mend u quarrel. Seek out Miami Beach Phone 6341087HAMPTON
man, Dec. 13; Ruby King a forgotten friend DIs- There were some 100 Talc L bus 6260 NW 32nd Avenue
and Willie Matthews, 15; miss it guests at the wedding.
suspicion, replace
Clara Roundtree and .." ." ". ,. ..'...',." ,11.,..
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with trust. Write a love
Amanda Franklin 16; S. letter. Share some trea- Employers and vice
D. Barkley W. H. Jamison president of the Central
sure. Give a soft answer.
Mary McKhane, V. Encourage youth. Manifest Bank and many from
C. Burroughs, 17; and to your loyalty In word Jackson Hospital.The .

Louie Bryant and Loraine and deed, keep a promise. evening was enJoyed E' .
Sawyer, Dec. 18. Find the time. Forgo a by everyone with

ALVA SMITH 'DAVIS' grudge, music furnished by the

with Mrs. Hazel Davis Forgive an Listen Callypso Flowers Band. ......
enemy. The groom Is head of the 1
and daughter are here Apologize If you are band. !; wi.
while hubby, Dr. Jerry, wrong. Try to under- ( )
does a stint in the phllllp- stand. Flout envy. Examine wurn.w 'I, ,,-

pines. your demands on Loyal 59ers ClubThe
others. Think first of
Cliff Baker who under- someone else. Appreciate. Loyal 5ers! Federated -
went surgery recently; He kind, be gentle, laugh Women's Club will HOUSE mm aid \nius

A. C. Mattheys In Veter- a little, laugh a little meet Sunday, Dec. 13 at tnQ N W.27th Avenue M-m. (<2(,$lor Ida hl.phone Nt 1 061 1
ans Hospital. more Deserve confidence. \ p.m. at the home of
Take up arms against Mrs. Alice Jones, 1005 NW December 1964
THE VEST TLUB malice. Decry complacency. 47th Terr. All members b

was host for the C i t y Express your gratitude are asked to \\i present. C4lttavr/Wta
Federation of Women's Go to church. from the HAMPTON HOUSE MOTEL & VILLAS In
Marie Hodges]
Clubs on Monday eveningat .Mrs. ,
Roosevelt Savings and Welcome a stranger. president t; Mrs. Flowsle
Mrs Miami the "Social Center of the South
Roberts, secretary;
Loan Community Room. Gladden the heart of a
child. Take pleasure In Alice Jones, reporter
r.OLNEN AOKK8 flab the beauty and wonder We admit It may be a little earlfor Santa to put In his appearance

of JESCA, is having a of the earth,
Holiday Sale in the clubroom Omegas to Meet but It Is the right fat TIME again to plan that Holiday Party for your
at 0301 NW 11th Speak your love. SpeakIt

Ave., Liberty City Dec, again. Speak it still organization. q
15 from 12, noon until fJ.AKA' i>nce more Ofh'Call's At RooseveltMembers
Dec. lf)59 Bring the whole group to the HAMPTON HOU3E and free yourself
.. AHE gatheringfor of Omega Pl

a luncheon meeting Phi fraternity will meet from the work and details that go Into planning a party.
Saturday at the home Saturday night' at 8:30:
Gussie Dobbs 12 noon. Yale Program o'clock In the Roosevelt 633-0611
Just . .WRITE ; ;Y. PHONE
Is basl- .
Aurora Savings and Loan Com- bor ....
leus. munity Room, 0015 NW ;

Congratulation and Allapattah 7th entrance Ave. Free In rear parking of build and for some <$Gfc. MENU suggestions, etc and give us a
t Ittst wishes to Cleveland
Brown and Debris Cope- ing. rough outline of the dates and number of people who will be here for an
land who were married The students and fac- Virgil Rogers Is baslleus

Wednesday! Cleveland Is ulty of the Allapattah Jr and Thomas Sanders, afternoon or evening of HOLIDAY TIME: CELEBRATION I
a teacher at Carver High High School invite the keeper of records.

and Debris works for nubile to attend Its Initial on- LET'S HAVE A MERRY CHRISTMAS PARTY AT THE HAMPTON HOUSE)
Carey's Rental Agency. Yuletide program
Dec. 17 In the ''
talented Notice of Meeting' Cordially yours,
ONCE AGAIN the 'the auditorium. The program

and melodious voiceof will )Megin at 730.: Dade County Young
Harolean Stuart Storr Democratic Association HAMPTON HOUSE MOTEL & VILLAS

warmed and thrilled the Featured will he the will meet Wednesday ,; ( '
heart of many at JamesE. physical education dance Dec 16, 8 p.m. at Roose- .J L I l't8y

Scott's Community group, the band, the velt Savings and Loan )
Association Annual Har- rus and a dramatic presentation Association, C015 NW 7th S1fl1 ger .
vest Musicale, Sunday of "The Night. Ave., Agenda 1. Report of Food Beverage Directordr
Dec. 6.: This event was Before Christmas." nominating Committee 2.
one of the best loved and Membership Report 3. '
most eagerly awaited of Refreshments will be Budget Committee Report. )

the season. Arthur Evans served In the cafeteria Kenneth Williams, president P.S. HAPPY NEW YEAR TOO!II I III I 1
was accompanist; Bessie Imediately after the pro- ; Dr. E. A. Ward, .,, *'\ 1
Bethune soprano; the MIami chairman: of the board ';rat, \1? _" '"
Nprtrwestern Senior gram. .

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,fu.J"nrl9w ":dL.:; : ...1:11. JoJ.: :..!M d .'


6 THE MIAMI TIMES,Saturday,Decenfcer- 12,1964 I



27th Ave. at 54th St.

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Hen Turkeys Ib 3911 I Sliced Bacon Ib 331! :


Fryers Ih 270 Sausage lb 59c


SMOKED nf sEONLYIb 27 iitmsNNED 31bs $1.98


Pork Chops Ib 3311 I Beef Liver u> 29

BJdrs Eye 10 oz. pkg. 2 For
Potatoes LBS 59c WESSON OIL IOC Broccoli Spears 49(
(With $5.00 Order or More)
Peanuts Ib 29c KRAFT MORTON'SCreom Pies 3 for $>..OQBirds

Mayonnaise qt t 49t .
Eye-9 ozBeans pkp.
Lemons doz 39c
: SHORTENING Green 2 for 39c
\ -
i Bake-Rite Jewel 59t .. ,
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Florida 1 i Grade "A"Large Cashing
doz 39c CHICKEN OF THE SEA- / SIZE CAN "" Money Orders
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Clearbrook Vss Pound Tuna-Light Chunk 2 9 ft Receiving Payments
Butter Potties/ 39c of Light Bills

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Cream Corn 2 for 291 Circus Drinks 4 for $1.00

Peas 2 for 39c Bread each lOc

Niblets Corn 2 for 35c Tide..Giant Size each 69cSHUR

FINE YELLOW CLING-Sliced 303 Size Can. DELS EY-Assorted Colors_2 Roll Pkg
Peaches 5 for $1.00 TOIlet Tissue 1ge

SHUR FINE -303 SIZECocktail
Fruit 5 for $1.00 For additional specials see our ad each Monday
and Thursday
in the Miami Herald

/ 61

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MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, Decent 12,1964 7 '

t waooooo.oooooo y uaosa9oooooeot

People. .


Places. ,

Things. .

Uy Lawrence B. Cooper

I KIDS CAN BE Cute N O.NTK again the OrangeUlossom if
sometimes in their little Classic c a m e.
I mischievous ways! kicked its heels struttedIts
stuff and quietly departed -
In our little winter and fi
summer cottage (apt. 0 fi i
In front of Dorsey School) We had always been a
there is a special place N'o. I Classic fan since Its r
right: under our lower Miami invasion i
floor window where the
kids gather to play doll Hut this year It seemed .
that all the
house and "mama and glow and polish I
of Classic Time had
papa These little dears,
worn off. We didn't gather -
from toddlers to "grown
our Poloroid and films
ups" of about seven
such racket and hie ourselves to the
carry on a
unable scene and fool the public
that we are tot
take an evening's siesta like we are a big time

t t We tried to dispossess news photographer.We .
L them of their play ground
did, however, accept -
t hut despite) our cajoling,
being real nice, and then the Invitation of
threatening them, they Charles "Chuck" Smith
and Royal: Crown Cola to
held their fort!
attend the Players and
One afternoon l last week Coaches Luncheon at the' The Pittsburgh Steelers of the National Football League made 28 touchdowns and ran for 20 points after touchdowns.
the sweet little things decided Seville Hotel on Miami signed James "Cannonball" Butler to a contract at the college. lie Is 6'." weighs 197 pounds and comes from Carver High I
to play mama and Beach Mrs. C. and I have Shown at the signing in the president's office is, seated left School, Dclruy Beach, Irlorida.Itutler was also voted the most
,papa, Just as most of us always enjoyed the 'hospitality to right, Ken StHley,head scout of the Stcclers, James Butler, valuable player of the year in the Southeastern Athletic
have done in our adoles of Chuck and Royal Bishop Eugene C, Hatcher, Chairman of the Board of the Conference Edward Waters College ended its football season
cence. Crown. The first was college. Standing, head coach Jack Paul and Dr. W.B., Stewart undefeated and untied amassing 498 points to Its oppon.
the Eden Rock three
It seems that mama and years president of the college. Butler ran 1,479 yards for the season ents I
papa were "watching TV" _____________ 20.'I
t and the kids had to go Chuck Smith, a pulrtic I
N to bed "Debbie", about 5 relations man superb, was \
started: "Now I lay me In the PR department at
that was as far as she Florida A and M Univer-
got: Her "sister" Jane, 3, have some choice
interrupted: "Debbie that' adjectives to describe ij rr
a child's prayer. You big Chuck and his sincerityfor k }
'nuff to say, Our Father his work, his genius of
Who art in heaven" maintaining his[ even per-
sonality, even under the
This 3-year-old didn't strain of keeping everything t
shocked us. We popping and on an
r ,,
|know whether to laugh, even keel. Hut the flowery
Y [ peek thru the blinds to words would only tend to v
(see whose neighbor kids belie the esteem we hold
; they were. We just said for Charles J, Smith!
I Well!! Then went into the ,'
front room on the coucha : Aside from this function "
little ashamed that we leading up to game we ; i
were eavesdropping on a played It cool. Arul had *
family's private affair. to he taunted Into attend '
Ing tre one-side fiasco at a 'J
A couple of days later, the Orange Howl
we ran Into a 2-year-old.
Mrs C. was baby sitting Returning home ;it 10JO:: )
this day with this real Saturday night, Mrs. (.'.
I.;" cute 111 ''guy. was ready to get some
'{..(, medicinal! concoction! !prepared -
We sauntered Into the because she knew
bedroomhere he was we must have been sick

: faking a nap. Immediately We usually howl until :3 of the Florida printers and Publishers' Association Itoger Tampa, M.A. Hall) William, West t'ulm tteucn, and
versation"he began with a rapid a serious('on- or 4 In the morning! attending the quarterly meeting of the FPI'A In Tampa D.C. Collinglon' FAMU Standing left to right, are: George

r look In his eyes. I meant Well maybe next yearthe recently were, left to right, seated Emmanuel Wesley, Daytona Carr, Joe Jonas, James Jackson, Llnnell Dupree Robert
he was cutting away likea Classic animal in me !Beach; James Burton. Florida A* University.. Tallahassee Nelson\ Simon Johnson und Norman llurrln, all of Tampa.

\t machine gun: "Ishky-:; will return "And away ; Garth Reeves Miami; Minnie Martin, Tampa, I Dot S.
ha, glug-glub- olee-ola? Jackie!
we go, < fc NNN M4 y 1M ftAA SftJ
and! pointing 1 didn't take .-.....--.

" up this particular language } who are honest concede that work NEED A CAR?
In school, and elucidate THOSE
this tongue so I politely best part of the day, providedthe 1
t said, "W-e-1-1, no!" conditions are good and 'the pay is ade NO CREDIT NEEDED

Home motherly sense of If yn *r. tvir It rod rna
quate. 'Irycyr l ? *'" kvT a car
a hahy In distress brought ,
fur* n imll niMfhlyfl. rry
in the sitter, felt his napkin In the office and shop, most people get a ", SI"I"". f'i4it*r mcrrlid, 'I' wtitibluh .,
and muy pronto he feeling of satisfaction that they don't get at ten Irt.llrnt ttltctlM .f Ifit't Which English
had on new under gar- t'' uh 1153.1
ments. home, even though idle and with ample funds.

He glanced my way and 1 What makes a job worthwhile is the con- 7100Auto c holiday greetingis w

smiled and began that structive cooperation, the incidental small Sales
gibberish that sounded
like a teacher calling a.laxtnese talk, the opportunity to boast, and most of 7I 1(51< Kin! Itoiiil older. the first

.' { class. roll, onlya all from the monotony that occurs if IMionc! f 4..-4.00:1! :
little l Iou d e I' and escape Card
with ii. tinge of mirthIn one stays home. H Christmas
his "wonN.' And to --------------
add Insult to Injury the
little rascal. I laughed out EVERY NITE! orGordon's

laugh loud. "ho-ho-ho a husky!" man's The Hammond nit,. nt Organ the l" KirkKvrry fUllrililoangr. !-.; BIGGEST! CLEANEST! NEWEST! Gin?

We still wonder what In '.r'.ln" on thr Hammond Or: 30 MINUTE WASH IN TOWN
the devil did he call me? Ra. S.y rr nn dmlw.lon.
14 IBs for only 25< Dry 10< Gin was an English
Again we retired to SATELLITE LOUNGE Garden's 74
the couch with that laugh COME TO greeting year
still ringing In our ear! 6222 N.W. 7th Arena before Mr.J.GHorslcy designed

Oyi of TM World" the first Christmas card.The
Cordon's you drink today

harks back to Alexander rrv

APPAREL FOR SALE 6401 NW 7th Ave. Across from Jefferson Cordons original 1769 11TIE

formula, for one doesn'ttamper -

with a good thing
? Come to
wh."Chanparn.... you'll taste find, beer like-new pocket exclude d........ e ...especially when it is the oONDlt1f

suits, skirts, blouses, shoes *J1 original. $1 to $5 biggest seller in Enjland, GIN
Mink, fax and other stoles and fur jackets $5 to $'0. Get pastry like mama used to make at America, the world. This is I w

Cashmere sweaters $2. Mink collars $5. Pr-Un send cards, serve and ;.,
dresses $1 Men's pure Italian silk suits. $3 and $5. M & M BAKERY year give Gordon's London r
Blue serge suits $5. Sports jackets $2. Pants, shoes z
Also linens, drapes, bedspreads and Dry Gin.1A000CT .
$'. Skirts 754.2464
other household items. N.w suits $10, panta 2 for 1351 NW 54th Street

$7, evening dresses $2. W. cater to the .lit. Grace .\1.'. COOIIH! Il.tKKII: OX IMIKMIHKHVr : r
Of U.t.A.OUTiuiO lOftOOn Dry Car' wo* (U'IK SnsR1 i
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FR 1-8372 Donuts, Danish, Pies, Bread, Roll, Cakes
2512 NE 2nd Ave. ('()\It: J.V ..\NIP LOOK AHOt'.M
Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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discriminatory. er, depends on an expert
uedally -
the unions will mentnl )project now under(

.:':.,:........ ..' .. MISS DEB he Whether organized, said frarm- \\iiv In ttnstonJack's ,

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: about Junior .Miss
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My friend have asked, me A. Could be your friend is FOR
I to seKc on the decorations tornmittcv jealous of your good marks. STYLES FOR ALL ACES
for our after-the game One way to combat this is to Th. Very Latest in Men' Fashions

By AMJKHT. COOKKItKQl'IKM party, Our ,budget is small and show everybody brain but that an 'ou're all-around not SILK > MOHAIR SUITS HATS
I'm not creative. It seems just a
.. very
\ the good decoratingideas Jane. Join in plans for good ITALIAN SHOES
like t\\\
TO A 1IKAKI ever cause one to be misunderstood conversations about
arc expensive or overused times and 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami Florida
-XOT 1'. ()J nSTOJ) What' new? sports and boys. Most important .
As Tennyson! I A Not new, but practically : Take the whole thing: lightly
Somehow or the other would that my tongue synon ,hious, are pompons and and they'll soon forget to ....
in civilization, confor- could utter the thoughtsthat $ foothill, Consider easy to-make tease.
mity has crept In as an arise In me" A fitting facial tissue pompons Here -
unwritten law If you summation, however, how: Take six yellow Kleenex Q. I'm planning: a holiday : CHRISTMAS GIFTS ,
mother is
think conformity has not would be Thomas Brack tissues, folJ the tissues in half open house but my I I
crept In do something en's poem, "Not Under- and fringe with scissors, making worried about protecting her CORSAGES FLOWERS PLANTS
deviates{ furniture from spills. How can
from inch
the poem," not understood! cijts one-fourth apartup
norm, like growing a to one inch from the top. I relax without hovering over DECORATIONS and ARRANGEMENTS
beard. You'll be called Shake the fringe out and wrap my guests with a mop?? HIGH QUALITY LOW PRICES
names and talked about. NOT UNDERSTOODNot arounc] the end of a thin dowel
You'll be noticed and perhaps stick. fatn with heavy thread A You can have a happy RUTH-HADEN ORIGINALS
not understood. understood We move Presto} A giant tissue pompon holiday and so can mom 1 by'
along asunder; Or, mike pompons that look "holiday-proofing": the floors Bring in thU od for a free gift nothing to buy

Cousin has grown and Our paths groW' wideras like snowballs out of all white and furniture. An t'xtra.htavy 15972 NW 27th Ave" Opa-locka Phone 621.9782Store
relinquished a beard. He the seasons creep tissues. Try hanging them from coat of wax will protect the 12
bourn: 10 a.m. 7 p.m. Sundays to 8
is a little wiser because Along the years, we mar- the ctilihfl or tie them in table tops from rings: caused
of this experience It has vel and we wonder cluster for corner decorations when drinking: glasses are placed
taught him a thing or two. Why life is life And Besides being decorative they carelessly on the table A good:
It has made him think then we fall asleep make ideal I favors for guests beeswax paste plus a strong arm
profoundly on conformity.The Not understood.Not when flit party's over and a roll of soft Kleenex
Q. When I go out on a double towels will provide plenty of AUTO INSURANCE
average man shaves understood. We gather date with my girl friend she protection. Apply the wax before
He shaves not because it false impressionsAnd refers u) me as 'The Brain the holiday season and Check our new, lower rate and easy financing

is light or wrong to shave. hug them closer as I'll admit I like school, but I just buff up with a fresh double. IMMEDIATE SR>22 FILING

He shaves because other the years go by, don't Want my date to think layer towel before the party. Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift
men In his society shaves. Till virtues often seem to I'm front squaresville. Should I Treat floors to waxing, too
Thus, we have producedthe us trangressJons; ignore: the sniping; or play Then relax, It's your holiday, D. Goodman and Son, Inc.
circular unwritten And thus men rise and dumb? tool!
law of conformity.The fall and live and die-- ........\....................... ....... ............... "Insurance, Real Estate, Mortgage"
Not understood.Not .1 Business member AH People Democratic Club

result of shaven civilization face Is and a understood. Poor souls Urged to Organize 111W Unions I 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1.0380

modernization. Changeand with stunted vision organizenew
ed that Negroes I
progress brought Oft measure giants by labor unions to putpresume
with !It, mass production.This their narrow gauge; .1:.IIYIOS "Filmier, diiec- unions that
has created the so The poisoned shafts of 't&<>t r of the Congl'l'sof:; In admitting
called "average man." derisionAre Had!I IvMU.illt.yU; :: iest- w
This falsehood and new member. WIGS ,r-i
was made possible
oft Impelled 'gainst
by the unwritten law of those who mould( the Phil Ossofer SaysIn harmer i-mphaslxed that SALES .
unions would RENTALS SERVICE
conformity, that goes t the new
along with modernization ageNot understoodNot my search for truth, not he c-xfluslvely f <> r Rent a Wig cr'I I
I have
come to one con- Negroes, but would also
It is no big thing forman understanding. The clusion, and that Is thatI he open 'in! whites excluded 3 day or more
to have a hairy chin. secret springs of action can come to no conclusion by the restrictive A* little a* $5.00

It Is very easy because Which He beneath the Sounds silly, doesn'tIt admission policies of KIMBERLY'SBeauty
nature willed it ? Well human beings
so. Man's surface and the show some 1I n ion- Salon
Maker could have omitted seeking truth at
this tendency However Are disregarded; withselfsatlsfactlon. times feel we have foundIt He cite the ste.imflt- 4310 NW 7th Avenue
a hairy chin was only to discover that.today's ters. sheet. metal Phone 757.9254 754.3028:11 "
We :
included the Kl"ande- fudge our neighbor truth Is not always h"\t'k\uye.\ ,* nml plumbersas
sign of man. Thus, It must and they often go the truth of tomor' unions which arc es- .
Ue for Not understoodNot ... .. r
some useful pur- row.I .I. I..I..II I. II. PI -------------- -- ------H
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. ,b pose. This Is borne out by understood. How
the fact that women s trifles change us! feel] I can best des- For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
chins are naturally bare. The thoughtless sen- cribe this belief by visualizing -

tence or fancied a giant picture,
Think of the Christ. He the picture of absolute
long of
let nature have her years truth tjie
way, ; perfect all-over
He ,had long flowing hair: friendship and estrange creation Of God of whichwe .- .
and was bearded it Is And on our souls there see a very small por- iAL 4o
reported Was this bv falls tion. Whets we Judge that BONDED a
a freezing blight.
chanceWas It In the s
keeping Not understood. picture Ity tiny por-
with the time or was it tion we see, we Judge
in keeping with nature? Not understood H 0V wrong. As we progress ;
I If the Lord was to visitus many breasts are and grow, getting greater t
now, would he share aching perspective as we see {, RENTAL
before he came? For lack of sympathy' more un4 more of the

Ah, day to day picture, our concept of It
Would Christ take nn How many cheerles, lone- changes, and our knowledge -
modern attributes like a hearts are breaking! about: the picture is
suit Is it and a virtue tie. Is it necessary How many noble spirits ) altered accordingly \TH.: AGENCY INC.

pass away ,
Not understood Before Christ came the
Was Abraham. Lincolna Hebrew were God's

beatnik? O God! that men wouldsee "chosen people." In this

I submit that man a little clearer day, as we see a greater
not be left alone to do can-as Or judge less harshly portion of the picture of The largest collection and rental

he pleases on an individual where they cannotsee humanity we realize that ,
those who followed Jesus!
Hut so basis long In as a he society.stays O God! that men would became the chosen one ', agency in the South; operating in

within the written law or draw a little nearer of God.

within policies of his To he one another Thee., they'd Thet1th" of 200 years Dade and Broward Counties'MOV
nearer L.
civilization he BROOKS
ought to be
And understand. ago bound men to the
free. Even modern man's surface of the earth but President
image should he a thing Thomas Hrackley today's truth finds us In
borne out of the pressureof space acid far below the
choice, not a thingof This Is mv father's surface of the sea A few GEORGK!; 1'. HARTH, General Manager
the unwritten law of world COUSIN. hundred years ago for
conformity. one to deny the "truth"that MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
t b e sun revolved
A beard makes one around the earth was pun- 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
neither a beatnik nor a CRITICISM springs from ishable
by death.
Christ. It makes one two sources Intelligent we know that the reverse Today Bonded also has employment service at main office

neither makes Lincoln one neither or a bum.It saint. disapproval reaction. and emotional 1 ift true. 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue

nor sinner. It might how- An oin mind is the A full time public relation Dept. to aaaUt. you In solving y ar proWem
key to the
greater trvu discovery I believe of Plus a fleet of can giving door to door service for tenant conT.'J'ncOn

PROTECT YOUR FUMNITURC that Jesus alluded to this nights and Sundays for
emergency service call PL 9-8733
WITHOUT HIDIN0 ITS BKAUTYI fact, knowing that the MAIN
CUSTOM MADE future would reveal more OFFICE

, \\1 PLASTIC FURNITURE and created mot picture of that of mankind God. 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9.8733

t I SLIP COVERS when He said, "I- Vandalism done by a few la expensive to aIL Pie... help u atop this

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Gretchen Wl Mill that Spirit. returns to li CON\.KNIBNT LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
earth In every age to leadus C
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who portrays a young woman who has come to Synanon to
shake her drug addiction and who becomes one of its ablest
administrators chats with star Chuck Connors during a 691-1262 alGAL _
break in the filming of "Synanon" for Columbia Pictures _
release. In the upcoming motion picture, Connors is seenas
Ben, a Synanon resident who is plucked from the streetsof ---'-
New York for rehabilitation at the Southern California TO CALL
colony. 'MORC SCHOLARSHIP AWARD. The first annual
FOR YOUR Willie Calimore Memorial Scholarship Awrrd was unveiled NOWit I th. Tim to 5u

CHOIRROBES before about 40,000 football fans attending the Orange That Horn.., U.. a Tim..'
Blossom Classic at Miami's Orange Bowl The Pesi-Cola
THE MORE I THINK of it, I find this conclusionmore Company is sponsoring the scholarship as the latest addition CI..an.d Adi'
me-that the to its total national sports program. Left to right: Dr. -
impressed upon greatest George W. Cue president of the FAMU; Herbert Page,
thing a common soul ever does in this world or writ vice-president of Pepsi.Cola Bottling Company of Miami; Try A Classified Ad
Chris Conner, public relations executive, Pepsi-Cola Company -
is and tell what it in For Best
to see something saw a LUCKI :'S TAILOR SHOP New York; Sitnuel Anderson, thris year's recipient ResultsOur
plain way.-Jolm Ruskin. 6510 NW 18th Ave of the award, and Mrs. Willie Galimore the widow, ClaaaifUd Ads

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I Tuesday, December 29 ,. say no, and thereby miss all the fun

Bayfroiit Park Auditorium "Social Center of the South"

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Bring the children


MONDAY, Baked Imported Ham with Fruit Sauce
Potatoes & Vegetable

TUESDAY Hot Roast Beef Open-Face Sandwich
Mashed Potatoes

WEDNESDAY, Golden Fried Long Island Scallops
In da>'"is not months, w? tlalnHII.ItS., Tartar Sauce-Potatoes & Vegetable

Earl Starnes, vice mayor of Metro, present a trophy to Yellow Rice & Vegetable
coach Jake Oaither of Florida A&M University on behalf of fRIDAY, Baked Red Snapper Creole
for day and evening rlane< htnrtlnfc JANUARY the Orange Blossom Classic Committee. Declared Starnea:. Potatoes & Vegetable
4th. Low tuition, ray terms. For full inform This is in recognition of your years of exceptional develop.and SATURDAY Southern Style Chicken A Dumplings
ment of Florida athletes as to character, sportsmanship Vegetable
tion. CALL, WRITE OR VIHIT. ability." The presentation was made at the Touchdown Clubin


Phone 371.7800
staVED MOM I.-00 P.M.
14 Houth Kant 1st Ht. (up-talis) .18

FOR SALEOPEN Children ft price

7010 NW 6th AVENUE
Very Urge 3-bedroom home with fenced

yard, carport, big Fla. room, near 7th Ave.,
buses and expressway. Only $350 ctown.
BUYS- ANYTHINGSELLS Low monthly payment 1 FHA mortgage.

Call Harry Denny to inspect these homesnow. Choice of Appetizer or Soup
Furniture Refrigerators $19.95 up Chefs Salad-Dressing

Refrigerators -o- Choice of ENTREES
Beds 10.95 up CBS DUPLEX 1. ROAST VERMONT TURKEY, Cranberry Sauce
Stoves 2. BARB-GUE BABY RIBS-Lean S Meaty
Couches 14.95 up Live rent free in this very ntc. duplex. Rent from one 3. BAKED SWISS STEAK. Jjfdlntre
TV's apt. pay expense: !. Total price $12,500 with only 4. HAWAIIAN HAM STEAK(Smoked Imported Ham)

Radios Pole Lamps 8.95 up $400 down. -+- Choice oft
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Dessert &
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OPEN 7 DAYS no closing co.U. Low down payment.

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8 ThE MIAMI TiMES Saturday December 12,1964
PI' Ile )ends! on mi t
I neclally dlscrimfnatory.11'hether unlon will' menta i ll1)i'jeM.UV) ) underwlty ; -

MISS DEB he organl/ed: t the, said tarm- In )Boston.

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'ii" : : ',. ., ......> answer question "
."}'<.': .J' about Junior Miss .. I I Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE
: < grooming
: t'4: .:: cuuf 'Qa I.l.
.. ; S;. and intvrfslt.Q. .
de ))1 :'''i!;*,, ..'l":;.. .y' ,'4 'r "MR. JACK"

:: 'an ,. qJjjkiiiM4! ;k; tj I My friends have asked, me A. Could be your friend is FOR FOR ALL AGES
:: : ;;: (: !: to serve on the decorations committee j jealous of your good&: this marks.is to STYLES
: for our aher'the' ame One way to combat Th. Very Latest in Men'. Fashions

By AUJKKT \\\ ('OOIi) part)'. Our\budgct is small and show everybody brain but that an you're all-around not SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
.. I'm not very creative It seems just a
for good SHOES
in plans
KKQCIKH: TO A IIKAKI) ever cause one to he mis- like all the good decoratingideas Jane. Join conversations about
understood.As are expensive or over times and 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida
Most import'ant
and boys.
-XOT UNDKHSTOOI used. What's new? sports
Tennyson I A Not new, but practically : Take the whole thing lightly &:
Somehow or the otherin would that my tongue synonomous, are pompons and and they'll soon forget to

civilization, confor- could utter the thoughtsthat football Consider easytomakefacial tease
mity has crept in, as an arise in me." A fitting tissue pompons. Here's -
unwritten law. If you summation, however, how: Take six yellow Kleenex Q. I'm planning a holiday CHRISTMAS GIFTS
think conformity has not would be Thomas Brack- tissues. Fold the tissues in half open house but my mother is

crept in. do something en's poem, "Not Under- and fringe with scissors, making worried about protecting her CORSAGES FLOWERS PLANTS
that deviates from the poem," not understood cuts one-fourth inch apartup furniture from spills How can
norm, like growing a to one inch from the top. I relax without hovering over DECORATIONS and ARRANGEMENTS
beard. You'll be called Shake the fringe out and wrap my guests with a mop? HIGH QUALITY LOW PRICES

names and talked about. NOT UNDERSTOOD around the end of a thin dowel
You'll be noticed and per- stick Fasten with heavy thread A. You can have a happy RUTH-HADEN ORIGINALS
Not understood. We move holiday and so can mom by"holidayproofing"
haps not understood. Presto! A giant tissue pompon.Or to
along asunder; make pompons that look the floors Bring In thU od for a free gift nothing buy

Cousin has grown and Our paths groW' wideras like snowballs out of all white and furniture. An extraheavycoat 15972 NW 27th Ave" Ops-locka Phone 621.9782

relinquished a beard. He the seasons creep tissues. Try hanging them from of wax will protect the Store hours: 10 a.m. 7 p.m. Sundays 12 to S
is a little wiser becauseof Along the years, we mar- the ceiling or tie them in table tops (from rings caused
this experience. It has vel and we wonder clusters for corner decorations. when drinking glasses are placed
taught him a thing or two. Why life is life And Besides being decorative they carelessly on the table. A good
It has made him think then we fall asleep make ideal favors for guests beeswax paste plus a strong arm
profoundly on conformity.The Not understood. when the party's over. and a roll of soft Kleenex
Q. When I go out on a double towels will provide plenty of AUTO
average man shaves. Not understood. We gather date with my girl friend she protection. Apply the wax before and financing
He shaves and our new, lower rate easy
not because it
false impressionsAnd refers to me as "The Brain the holiday season
is right or wrong to shave. hug, them closer as I'll admit I like school, but I just buff up with a fresh double- IMMEDIATE SR>22 FlUNG

He shaves because other the years go by, don't want my date to think layer towel before the party. Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift
men in his society shaves. Till virtues often seem to I'm from squaresville Should I Treat floors to waxing, too,
Thus, we have producedthe us trangres&lons; ignore the sniping or play Then relax It's your holiday D. Goodman and Son, Inc.
circular unwrittenlaw And thus men rise and dumb? too!
of conformity. fall and live and die-- ................................ ............................... "Insurance, Real Estate,
Democratic Club
All People
Business member

result The of shaven civilization face I Is and a understood.Not understood.Not Poor souls. Urged to Organize New UnionsNEW 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380

modernization. Changeand with stunted vision eel that Negroes d organizenew I.
progress brought Oft measure giants by ( ) labor unions: to putpressure
with It, mass production. their narrow gauge; James Farmer" ''' dlrec- on unions that -
This has created the so 'i.or of I the Congr'l'sof:
The poisoned shafts of illxrrlmliKitu In admittingnew (' W
called "average man" falsehood and derision Itaciiil KqiKillty.; surest-,; members.: WIGSSALES

This was made possibleby Are oft impelled 'gainst
the unwritten law of Phil Ossofer Says Farmer emphasized) that
those who mould the unions: would RENTALS SERVICE
the new
conformity that
along with, modernization goes ageNot In my search for truth not he exclusively( f o r Rent a Wig
understoodNot I ihave to also
come one con- Negroes but would
It Is clusion, and that is that whites excluded days or more
no big thing forman understanding The he open :o A* little $5.00
to have a hairy chin.It secret springs of action I can come to no conclu- by the restrictive a*
is very easy because Which lie beneath the sion. Sounds silly, doesn'tIt admission policies:: of KIMBERLY'SBeauty

nature willed It so. Man's surface and the show ? Well, we human beIngs some unions.: Salon
Maker could have omitted seeking truth at ,
this Are disregarded; withselfsatisfactlon. times feel we have foundIt He cite! the steamfitters. 4310 NW 7th Avenue
tendency How- workers
only to discover thattoday's sheet Phone 757.9254 754.3028 I.'i
ever a hairy chin was and plumbersas.
We Judge our neighbor bricklayer
truth Is not
always -
Included In the grand design and they often go unions which are es-
of man. Thus!', it must Not understoodNot the truth of tomor-
Ue for some useful pur- row.

t1 pose. This is borne out by understood. How I feel I can best describe For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
the fact that women i trifles change us! this belief visu- -
chins are naturally hare. The thoughtless sen-
alizing a giant picture,
tence fancied
Think of the Christ. He Destroys or long slight of the picture of absolute
years truth: the perfect all-over
let nature have her way. and
lie had long flowing hair estrange creation of God of whichwe
and was: bearded it i is And on our souls there see a very small por- BONDED
tion. When we judge that
reported Was this by falls
a freezing blight.
picture by( the tiny
chanceWas It in keeping Not understood.Not por-
with the time or was it tion we see, we judge

in keeping with nature? understood. H o w wrong. As we progress e p ?
I If the Lord was to visitus many breasts are and grow, getting greater RENTAL ,
now would he share aching perspective as we see
before he came? For lack of sympathy' more and more of the

Ah, day to day picture, our concept of it r D
Would Christ take nn How many cheerles. lone- changes, and our know-
modern attributes like a hearts are breaking! ledge about the picture is S 5
suit and tie. Is It necessary.Is How many noble spirits altered accordingly AGENCY INC.
It a virtue? ,
pass away Before Christ came the '
Was Abraham Lincoln Not understood Hebrews were God's

a beatnik? O God! that men wouldsee "chosen people." In this

day, us we see a greater
a little clearerOr
I submit that man can- Judge less harshly portion of the picture of The largest collection and rental
not he left alone to do
a si
realize that
where they cannotsee humanity, we
pleases on an individual those who followed Jesus

basis in a society. O God! ,that men would became the chosen ones .t '. agency in the South; operating in
Hut so long as he stays draw little of God.
a nearer
within the written law
or To one another, they'd Dade and Broward Counties'HON.
within policies of his he nearer Thee. The "truth" of 200 years U L. 8ROOKB
civilization he ought to be And understand free. Even modern man's surface of the earth, but President

image should be a thing Thomas Hrackley today's truth finds us in
borne out of the pressureof space and far below the
choice, not a thingof This: is my fathers surface of the sea A few GEORGIi! HARTH, General Manager

the unwritten law of world COUSIN, hundred years ago, for MANAGING THAN
conformity.A one to deny the "truth"
that the sun revolved HOUSING
10,000 UNITS
beard makes one around the earth was pun-
neither a beatnik nor a CRITICISM springs from ishable by death. Todaywe Bonded also has employment service at main office
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shake her drug addiction and who becomes one of its ablest
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I [!! ic u +Jn ((1I1iwrI LF : church.ANTIOCH Sunday and Guest night All, Dec.members Day BAPTIST we 13 will, at morning observe our areasked -- Deacons'Ministers SuccessfulThe Union And P SAY .n"_

to kindly bring' New Mt. Zion Baptist :-

SALTER'S CHAPELRev. two or more guests to Church, Homestead,
I churrh with them. was host to the Ministersand
H. J. Benson, pastor Deacons' Union of

Flossie Marshall, reporter Let us not forget to saya Atlantic Coast Baptist

A program was given prayer for the sick and Association, Nov. 26-29.(
.: Saturday! In honor of Mrs. shutlns.To c
Emily Benson Despite of All the sessions were
the heavy pour of rain, it all our many visitors ( i Inspiring and Instructive.
Y / Y was sponsored by Mrs. and friends who stopped The pastor, the Rev. H,

1__ U1U EOII Ruth Twlggs. It was a by during the year, \\f, Moss, who Is! also

very enjoyable program the pastor officers, members president of the union,
and- dinner. wish you a Merry and his members, entertained -

Rev. Benson!; preached Christmas. the gathering roy-

i u wonderful sermon from ally.
the Hook of Isaiah who can
IptIE believe our report. We BROWNSVILLE Touching messages Mt. Zion to
had the honor of having were delivered by the

c fAN1' a few lovely visitors for BAPTIST Revs El'IlestVilliams, Honor Newton
the morning. Communionwas Thomas Rolle I. C. Mic-

SUp ,served to Mrs. Christine Rev./ Phillip H. Cooper klns.;; Alternates were the Sunday, Dec. 13, has

Allen who Is In Jackson pastorSister Revs .1. 1... Johnson. Er- been designated. as Charles

Hospital and Mrs. Verdell Cox sponsored nest Hutcheson, J, A. 11. Newton Day at Mt.
Hattie McCloud at home. ,, a mammoth Pre- King and 1. W. Hepburn. '''Zion Baptist Church Uy

t1 y. We will he In annual Thanksglvlng dinner at The Community Choir and officers and members.
'I the choirs of St. Peter's,
conference/ beginning De her palatial\ home on) rr):.):t h has been
Olivette Newton
and Mt. IJro. I
c'emhel'9.. Here's hoping Ten''edncselllY, Nov. 25: \
furnished music. a member of the church
..1r and.l praying! for the happy for the benefit of theBrown for 31 years, member of

icvelyurv'lfetsttc ville 11 a p} t 1 Shurch. t I All officers, except the the official board for 1P

and C Preceedlng thedinner Corr. secretary, who retir- church treasurer
Sailers" Chapel, was it'el'Y Impressive ed, were re-elected. Hew years I 15 .
Sunday night along with program. Thedinner
:- the pastor went to Coco- was most. delicious G. 10:. Hepburn. Next also serves In the
nut Grove to render, service Tables were spread In the meeting will) he at .New following: Chairman of

at St. Paul AME house! and on) ) the patiowhere Bethel Liberty City, Rev. finance, budget committee -
Church Hot coffee and more than 100 E. Williams pastor buildings and grounds:
cookies were served after guests were served All i president of the church'

,service. persons present pXlu'essedthem.elvl' -- Federal Credit Union
Mrs Cornelia Glenn I Is a as having ndelightful
delegate to t the conference time Approximately Songs of Glory Hro. Newton has been;

So long for now we SliM< was realized on the staff of the Florida
will see you Dec. 20. from this affair. Orchidsto On Channel 10 State J Employment Service -
\ Sis. Cox for well 1 for IS
'i1t ----- a job of years.
Songs Glory on
Grace Presbyterian
channel 10 this Sunday

Reverend: C.W. fusion, (L), Mars Hill Christian Church mm!))5 NW 1 llth Avenue You are Invited to attend will feature the Oak TRANSFIGURATIONEpiscopal

receires: : first build%% fund contribution for the proposedMars HeW. I1'. Savoy pastor the Installation service Grove Baptist Church
Hill Nursing & j alescent Home from Floyd Colbert of the t pastor Sunday, Gospel Chorus Chris Walden (l )
State President of thA Christian Mens' Fellowship. In the Condolences;; to Joseph Dec. 1,1: at 3: o'clock. Ref director and Rev. \\'. Fr. E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar !

foreground Reverend >,W. Strickland, 50 years in the mini Leverity and family at the Edward T.the Graham Installation willdeliver Henderson, pastor. The St. Veronica's!' ;
lends inspirational i igpport to the project's work. I passing of his father
of the
Chapter SCW Is
-A Joseph. Sr. Services will j sermon Other outstanding Their guests are Cecil 1
-v --- Ito this Saturday at 2:30:: ministers of the city willappear' I lllalr and the Blair Specials sponsoring: Its second annual -

NEW MACEDONIA' ST. MARY'S W M. 1 pmIt the St. Matthew's on the program, also the Midget Sing Autumn Leaves Book

Baptist Church, 2014 NInth V ers. At the piano each 1 Review on Sunday, Dec
Rev Roscoe Jacltkcrn) Miss D Major, reporter court. Ebenezer MethodistIn Sunday morning playing t 13 at -1:30:: () p.m. The public -
pastor llev. H. V. Stuart pastor the old familiar hvmn I Is cordially I invited
As the
Christmas Season
Willie J. Bear
vut'ter the.I'ecent. observance "P.ISSJe: Not" Is Miss
31( 5 NW rJfitht i -( l The clmux of our Sunday approaches, let us remember Mrs. Major, Lewis, chap
School Drive andcontest 1 especially our ofYoman's Day Gwendolyn) E. Richardson, ter chairman; II'S, }Elisha
On the final UttA Sunday will bo held\ Sunday sick and shut-ins. So.ooo: ()() ) was raised. Mrs.K a student of :Mays High S, Clarke chairman rr'

In the year, t' fvicea morning\ ut .1V.30 All were very high nyVcU\ students uml tl'aChl'1'a'c\ \ SHILOH BAPTIST QUecn of Eheneaer Review
Vernlce Ross and Cha .
attendedt I have asked to he out time. -
on for ] fi-PM.| She I
been immensely hlssed( I Our Rev. A. ;M. Griffin, pastor Davis, your coordinators
morning worship{ Mrs.;; Snipes wascrowned i and George Livingston DAY
Jill the year! iwil.v I .> are \vilj he conducted by Ref Eugene Jones, reporter SPRINGThe
truly thankful to (J/I.! We bv the past queen i dll'ectOl''oud) like t to
Joseph/( {) Smith{ our juniorchoir ,
Second! ;
realize! that it waWl} ourgcxxhness will Sunday morning Ida Ingraham. hear from your choirs, presence of the
to he h "V!, but' furnish music the Junior church I Is choruses a n d groups.Write Holy Spirit' dwelled with
Ills tender, vhich In song. At night number in charge of service Rev Throughout the day the to Songs: of Glory. us!' throughout the day last: ';'a 1
: ) two choir will he hcharge t Joe Wllmont' will 11'Jlnl't ladies) expressed much Sunday. The
have brought 'UK Filler this WLMW-TV. channel 10), pastorpreached ( ''I
with HeII,
far and if we contJVjO to Stuart, delivering t the message. enthusiasm: In making; Box 10. :Miami 52. Fla. 1 1 out of his:; soul,
trust Him It will Mil us ,/ mes The Pastor's Aid Union their t report. The women and the iingelie voices of y

on to the Gl'eattfyond\ sage.Our choir! director! ask will convene at :.1 )p.m. used 1 as their theme "'rheSnll'lt --- the combined No. 1 'and2c'hoh'

to which we are \JcI'klll that all members of choir The Rev. O. W. Foster: of Christ In Worldwide CHRISTIAN M. B. in praised God sweetly -
forward.On No. 1. 2 and 1 male chorus Is In charge witti fits Christianity." songs.

this Friday night, he out Friday night for Neal Shefield) president. Rev. O. D Williams pastorJessie We were delighted to

Doc. 11, Ilcv. W. 'M, Winter the last rehearsal forChristmas. I Deacon) !Summersett; :; I Is The pastor and officersexpress Ferguson, reporter) see the church )eing!
and congregation f)>f Pay asking for :your! prayers their thanks! to In the
Spring M, It. ChUtn will -- and we ore asking for t the members, friends and We thank God that we S .1t1l1' he In charge of r I'vi'es other churches who shared are growing In
the prayers of all our :sick; grace under pastor! was the
for our pastor's .\\\hl'cc! MARIAH HOLINESSThe and shut-ins. In making the day a the leadership of our the float.Sunday. maker c

atlon program 1 lease! success wonderful) pastor.. ,/ The
come! No. 1 and No. 2 JORDON Lord is still blessing at :a)
p.m. an
Church will begin their Sunday; will he known) ordination -
at ,
; service
General Wednesday ru Universal Bible Sun- will be
Assembly. Rev. C. S. Smith pastor held. Bros.
ST. JAMES AME ': Dec. 0) through i Ella K. Wright reporter I day For theme New: "Gocl's'ol'd" 22 thru 29 was avery gers, Louis Anica Willie Stag-
13. Age '
Bert Cooper ra 1tll\/\'tct' Now faith Is the sub>- This wonderful I Is time forus. Joe Mack and John Mc
Ilcv. J. B. niackneljx+ htor Wednesday night we( stance of the things hope l Let us not forc-et the : our pastor'sanniversary. Cloud will take on the
will present a musical I for. the evidence of (hint's sick and .shutins.FRIENDSHIP like :; ; We would office of I Deacon.( The pas-
As reporter liA\ l-or- \program, as In the njth); i not seen. Hebrew 11:1: to thmk; our many tor's Aid Union will also
public relation mate>i for St. Psalm, '"0 Come let us We and the memlfcrs meet on Sunday evening
hope faith
James AMP Church I your was M. B. of Christian M. 11. Church Rev.
refuse sing unto the Lord Let t :so strong that It would Jenkins: of Friend
to report on !fijjmonIngs | u. make a joyful noise to not let you stay home last HeJ.I J. R.: Jenkins, pastor for helping. make thisprogram ship will 1)e the speaker}
of the previu'M( Sunday the Rock of our Salva Sunday and that Ruby Lee Carr. a :success: Frl- for the occasion.
Such notes \" ),\\lII ho tion." your e reporter day night, which is the
past tense! Occasionally\ I Lord's so pleasing In the Sunday}; our services 18th of December) there Tuesday at 8 p.m. there
deviate, especially:: ad 'for Service! will begin at sight that vou were so' Inspiring all day will be a musical lU'ogl'amat will be u musicale Npoh-
last Sunday. 7:30:: p.m. Everyone Is t Invited were partakers oft h e with our pastor deliver Christian, There will sored by the Junior Choir.
to come out andlie f tlol.Communion, this bei Inhoth he outstanding: These
/ young
morning and groups people are
Bishop E. C. Ji'llchcl' with us and enjoy theLOI'd i Ing the last first Sunday evening such as the Choral Group making great\ progress
sermons. We as
prelate of the Uti J'pl- with us. In the year. We are unable were elated to have so of Miami. The Herman they move toward their
copal district, CUl1to St. to say we will see Thomas Gospel!: Choir ,second
many minsters | and anniversary
James. Elder ..J.V'. Watson !Is another first Sunday h e- present to manv others 21. Dec.
back him For addit We wish them
Out' little "'I'Ylendly, bishop': and general overseer cause our days m'c'num- up. After the lonal attraction success. much
: T A. Ashley, general 1 bered. evening service; our pas the choir
Church" was. hof' tI''cd toa We'el'e tot! left fell''a'crnss, Gt. of Christian will he 1 on
gentleman of s\h) ?ta-, secretary blessed with for program also
tho funeral all are In
of -
the spirit being TEMPLE '
tune and lnt )hitonsla very highon uncle. We vited. BAPTISTThe
MT. CARMELRev. last. Sunday Our. extend our sin
as Bishop Hatches\ deliver cere,
the morning delivered' both sermons deepest t sympathy Sunday nt:1: p.m. the number one choir
D. A. Bradley, pastor to Rev. ;and SK'Jenkins will
and both choirs re n- Rev S. Green of Pompano sponsor a dinner sale
"Singing r1rAcher"as : Sis. Louise McGrlff dered song! service.On ,and kins Sis. Jesle :Mae Jen Beach and. his!' congre- at the church this Satur-
he I Is referred t0 was "reporter who Is the mother be day Serving; begins at
Thursday. Dec. 1 17 of our pastor In their servieethere rendering high:
loss noon
just that! in and will
1 will) lift mine behalf con-
up of
eyes there will be'a of a dear
musical brother tnlue
Besides his nuwVi'.V of the Deacon Board ? Donation one
unto hills from whence All
program at Jordon. This We dollar
oratory the hlsh h was cometh praying Invited.BAHA'I.
lI ht-he"rted. keehtiV' his my program I Is sponsored': by for them a safe return also -

audience In "ti\llghlng The Lord ha$ brought our choir. They are ;\skincooperation g our svnmithv/ to His The Deacons' Board,
[ for your Leola fiarrlr In Deacon A. YT. Hanna
tears." us from a long; wa '. Tru- the loss of ,
brother-ln-lnw. Rev. ASSEMBLYMiss chairman, will sponsor a
1we are thankful. Our
The whole el''f'n beloved pastor delivered morning Rev 0. Amos Hall and to Sis : Olive register: tea Sunday at 3
Taylor will be
Impressive But 1 and the message found at thefirst at Corinth flautist speaking Church;, her Mary Hlxon in the loss!' of executive director Alexander, ,p.m. A spicy program Is
of being
aunt In Nassau prepared for the
the congregation were chaper of Paul Let Rev. W. T. Thomas, JESCA. and George Sav-
r proud when he r \iM In ter to the Corinthians.The and on Sunday at :3 Get well wishes are ex- itt. chairman of the occasion Invited. The public is

y indirect' quotation, "I evening p.m. Rev. T.'lorvill be tended to Deacon B, L. Raha'i Assembly of Miami
have traveled over the "Leave The messagewas Crowd" at Rev. Essex: closing out Smart an active deacon were elected delegates!' to Brother Charles Am
world and St. .Taty<.>S has and the Baha'l
The choirs beautifully j the choir's anniversary. also nresldent of Natlontl Con- brose, who has been con-
Impressed me thf'Jo"J1" sang Usher Board No. 1 who vention to he held at the fined to the Veterans'
ing. Such a lovely ftrcnip On our sick list!' we l le Magnolia: Haha'l House of Hospital for the
IA their Visitors always wel have Sis. Gladys, Woods. Hospital In In Worship past
of Stewardesses are Opa-locka and to all of Wilmette, Ill, late in three months is convalescing
white uniforms the choir come. Remember the sick 2155 NW 55th 'Terr. Sis our !sick members April. The election at home. We
was wonderful tyb Ial- an shut-in, also the poor Laura nannlster, 1019 NW pray for each a wi held was for his speedy pray
3rd S t. speed Sunday, Dec. 6 in recovery.
w Jy the youth cholv' and needy. recovery. Sarasota. Services for Sunday

will be as usual.


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_ :MIAMI 71MB Saturday December 1 1964 11

. Rattlers Upset Grambling 42-12 in Muddy Classic I

v Ily Lee ItlnrkwclJ stormed hack to humiliatethe
Having completed the SOCIAL SECURITY Grambling 11. The

Spearingith five-day suspension Imposed Jake Gaither's mightyand Rattlers, however, had! to
by the Tropical deadly Rattlers exploded yield the spotlight to the
Park Stewards, apprentice for 27 extra points famous FAMU "March

Herlberto Perez returnedto ,- J:9.J here Saturday night to ing 100" band which put
action today. The t -.J score a 42-15 victory over on a dazzling display of
SportsBy youngster has ridden 45 ..__"" u. ___ the highly rated and precision marching and
winners and Is' under feared Grambling Tigersin thrilled the crowd witha

HARRY SPEAR contract to Trainer Tom- Science and Industry the 32nd annual Or- variety of musical selections -

& &_-----------._.&.&.&.&.&._.&.&..&.&......_.-.-"--"--.-"- -'-#-'- -'-'-'- my Heard Jr. daily add 1 new conveniences partisan ange Blossom and Classic.interracial A .FAMU, during, Miss which Geneva Miss
Three to our lives. Some
[KM FLORIO MAKES JACK CRAWFORD, the jockey times rode last week both of these are very ''expen- crowd Tallahassee of 23,127 team cheeredthe to Knowles of Deerfleld, was

,JilT AT LITTLE former heavyweight- man- winners In the second sive and can be used by victory in Miami's beau- presented.The .
aged by Chris Dundee, only a few; others cost
half of Tropical Park's
most spectacularplay
tiful Orange Bowl, to bringto
boxed here ,
IVKR.ike some years Twin Double. First It little and may be u'sed by a thrilling climax three of the game came In
hack, was a good crowd The Social Security
was Johnnv Sellers. Next everyone. the final when
days of festivities.A quarter
Richard III, Clem pleaser. He visited the Administration Is
came Mickey Solomono FAMiU's Ernest Hart of
'>rio would give his 5th Street Gym. Jack who was the star of the constantly seeking newer steady ,six-hour Miami ran 111 yards for
*gdom for a horse. was responsible for sending Twin Double action last and faster methods, in administering downpour unusual for a net gain of 53 yards.

The veteran boxer and STORMY WINTERShere. vear, and on Saturday its program the Miami area, ceased The razzle dazzle play
e-track publicity man Jacinto Vasquez monopo- better to serve the public just 15 minutes before began on FAMU's 35.

nts a race horse so lized the final two races. Improved methods of game time, but not before Hart retreated to his own
ly he is willing to fightIt. doing, Ifuslness are being It had cut into attendance five before scamping to
Thursday niglit at A FEW PLACES I LIKE The haltermen have employed and bottlenecks figures. The the Grambling; 12 wherehe
tie River Auditorium been relatively eliminated battle for the mythical was brought down
TO MENTION quiet at as soon as solutions -
rio took another step Troplcal) Park thus tar are found. All !suggestions gridiron championshipamong after running out of wind.

the comeback trailh Mop City Barber Shop this year. Only 13 claims for Improved op Negro In colleges 70 was de- FAMU halfback CalvJn
a unanimous decis- operated by Cleveland andWallace have been registered dur- cl'ations11'(' carefully\ con grees', a balmy and Lang was credited with
Joe Jones of Mi- is well ing the first sldered / temperature
over a known eight racing 1H the longest technical run
Beach in the eight- establishment at 714 NW days and the biggest was degrees humidity of the game. Lane Inter-
>nd main event. 2nd Ave, a neighborhoodstop $7,500 for Scorpio's Cadet. Successful operations The Rattlers struck cepted a Grambling passon
for all fighters suchas This would Indicate that depend on many things,
but the early for their first pointIn his own 15 and raced
Ith the money hes Porter Rolle, Ollie Wil- neither of Tropical's one Ingredientover the first quarter after 85 yards to score
which the
from boxing, Flo- son, Chip Johnson, who is claiming records Is In Security recovering a fumble on
t intends to buy the now in England, Jerry danger. Four $15,000 Administration has the Grumbling seven; yard Halfback Hobby Felts
little control Is the
ughbred.! Powers claims have been madein you
and many others.Stop claimant. line. The second TD and Olympic star Bobby
preliminaries Scat- by and say hello to past seasons, and 1953- came In the waning min- Hayes, both picks! of pro
' wk nixon, 162 of Mi- these guys. They also take 5-1 was the banner year You11, help by gettingIn utes of the first half teams, were standouts in
took a unanimous care of all the show with 227 claims worth touch \\'lIh'IIUI' social when Grambling right the classic tilt, Felts, a
Ion from Richie people. These boys never $1,023,000. security district office guard James Todd, attempting pro draftee choice of
miss a fight. about months before to punt on a Baltimore
h of Nassau; George you and Houston,
I ; per of Miami, drew retire As a matter of fact fourth down, muffed a scored two touchdowns
Grady McLendon of The Chicken Shack at l'JORSlCl1,' TO WATCH: .you should check with short pass und was downed and was voted the "out
, fin, Ga. and Dobby 704 NW 2nd Ave, operated CHKSIUIC your social "security office on his own nine standing player" for
of Miami scored a by John CandYh Curtis JAY II when you reach round TKO overBurden Jones, cook. e way EMI1KZZLE11 JAYKLL though you do not Intendto Charles Sutton went
of Miami. Curtis used to cook on LUCY AKNTZ retire tit that time. over for the score. Ii( ti llfiyes scored a touch-
( ... the Orange Sun. The same Hayes, fleet-running halfback down and ran for two extra -
c fy to that Frank Mop City Barber Shop, Watch for more In my You run: find out how sprinted around points lie was honored -
say names I mentioned 'they next column by my expert the security law affects, right end for two points In pre-game ceremonIes -
of lead-
one Is our sick all eat at the Shack. : selector, TilE WHIZ! you Many times Individuals ( and! a 11-0 FAMU lead. for his feats In the
\., ferees very
: ,.;....North Miami Gen'Wa.J''Mospltal. UM IIA8KKTIIALL benefit are eligible! fur some An Interference ruling 1901 Olympics In Tokyo.
'' even thoiwh they
''' Frank; whod0e9' tit the Rattlers two
.. do ys"1
not retire
at (CM.
: \ ,fa tremendous Job, SCHEDULE Opa-lockaYouth stripe with secondsin ..
'I' : :::::::::e::::,
wishes! to be remembered Dec. 15 St. When you Inwilie' tit the half, set up t K o
,to all his friends. lie is Dec. 19 Florida Mary's-CII Seeks Solutionto your social ,security office first Grambling TI.
likely''flff to be thereor Dec. 28-29- Hurricane- CII before you( retire, your Henry DYe went over EVERY NITE!
some ,',:time, so I recom- social security I'CIU''sl'ntatlve with just 11 seconds left
,'mend"all who know him, Yale Classic- Tulsa, Mal'yland Mi-- Problems will bo able to tell In the half, with KAMU TIM Hammond.II. nt Organ th. In Itatelnt.Imamte barkKvrry -.
: get-well card or ami CH yon what Information and leading/ 14-7. KHKIWW URANT *.-
tc!Il': a visit which I'I Jan -13 Flap Southern-DC All citizen In the Opu- proofs -you need' In orderto trrtalnN on the Hammond 0....
c,; .)he will appreciate Jan. 10 Jacksonville locka area arc invited to a I file your claim f o r Following/ half-time\ \ Run Nrvrr a. NdmUntoM.SATELLITE .
f ,,\ uch.'f public meeting which will benefits when you retire, pep talk by President LOUNGE
Gore In
which he
: DCJan. he held I> prom
:j.reporter\ Is keep- 30-Okla City-CH In the ec.North 15 ut Dade 7:30: Your Social) Security! ised that the Rattlers 6222 N.W. 7th AVWDIM

s' i{. ,him We all hope to MB discuss a proposal for a 2.'U: NK 7fth) St., telephone again," Coach Guith-
'fl' 1m out soon. Feb. 9 Tampa MB 7t f-4521.! : er' inspired charges ,
? Feb. 13 Loyola DC community sponsored! recreation ::::::::::::: :: :::: ::::::::.

I at Is this rumpus Feb 10 Stetson MB program I I

(': ,is going on between Feb. 20 Houston-DC This proposal: I grew out
,I', RILLER i and the Feb 23 Rollins MB of u detailed discussion of FORECAST: Clear..Crisp..Dry
wn writer that pub- Mar. 1 Fla. StateCII juvenile problems of theOpalocka

the Little River DC area The discussion -
Dade Jr.
CollegeMB 0
j ,am. I myself thinkis .- Miami Beach Aud revealed that more ( kt 824br
child's play. Let's CH Convention Hall supervised recreation In A .r. I-
i out In the open, Tickets 3712745Tn.I'AI the community Is the best ., e9
t r is quite a fight solution for overcoming I yr >> 63 rQbbt.

r, but I do not agree juvenile delinquency t.,,,....,... wwti 4 ,
: his heavyweight
tics which he wrote TOPKM: The North Dade High I I

t some time back.ime School Speech I class
Mrs. Ruth J. Cohen's conducted the discussion,
the he
of names
Y 67
Hlg-H, the threeyearold
oned would not have which featured panelistsfrom
tenth raters in thoseIs star of the sprint division the community and
In Chicago duringthe Juvenile court
past summer, work-
columnist has ed five furlongs !In one Among the (Mscus ,antH ?

covering fights for minute flat Monday were: a t GGG
50 and I know morning over a track
years Mis.t I'imlec Gamble; u
still somewhat dead fromSaturday's
tie more about fight- :
; Anthony Simons,
than Blller. I do not deluge to ,I'TA J president; I Isaac ( R.EISCNMAMN5FL
demonstrate his readiness
back at record books, Withers, Juvenile Court
predictions are from for Saturday's $10- counselor, and Rev. W. J
ory. Sam knows this, 000 added City of Coral Macon; pastor of First .. &I19
[Sam be careful what Gables Handicap. The son Baptist' Church of Opa- ',
of Tiger Wander has
write. There Is always won Iu''ka oUT1.0o nnrte
seven races this year including DRY 0 V
leone who knows amore
e than you. the Governor's Willie .rllnl',", Shelby r' '
Handicap under 138 I IDS. ( liffei), Ulysses Biownlee, ;: ; ; ._ c arw 3M
understand that PER- and the Lincoln Handicap Clarence Wooten and HoiIN ; _
CTO GARCIA put a under 134 pounds at Ar- Cherry were the student

fcat showing at King- lington Park.Another ( participants, .w
In. Jamaica against r ; p
The pul/Ik1 meeting will
promising apprentice
feature u skit and u ilisrusslon -
|.2 in the lightweight rider has joinedthe by stu-
Islon, who fights CARS growing colony at and
dents authorities.
) ORTIZ for the light- Tropical Park. Arriving 1 's!{ It

over the weekend was The full :support of the
ight title. Lupe G. Rivers a 20yearold entire community Is needed ,
"larcla started slow but Texas-born young- to make this plan u : y
|me on at the end andd ster who rode with considerable success.
Grant In trouble Ine success In the
8th round. This was midwest during the sum- Come to the public- Clear..crisp..dry.
moral victory for Per- meeting

to and no disgrace for mer.The : : ::: ::: ,
e loss. first nomination that's the taste you get with
for the $50,000 added
LARRY ATKINS, a Tropical Park Handicap, Jlfoa-Rr&k' Office Treat..at
w comer here who will climatic event of the FLEISCHMANN'SGIN
heard from in the Tropical season, was accepted RUPTURE PILES
ar future, has not had today by Racing Rectal Dl *._. VirfroM Vela
pro fight but has foughtthe Secretary Tom En eLman. rVo.UI N. lout timeDUcartf and VODKA

> AAU and Golden He is Mrs. E. S. Lipari'sGay eRIIp...TniM... low Upon Net.Correcti

loves lie Is managed by Orchid, a five-year .. ..*" .
DR. LONG'S CLINIC Ktmmtmitm- pMIIIK1.ML1 r PUS rnrmiitirnniHnnrniinnm tianiiir-nnrriiinfr .lv G S
AL BUNETTA. brother old son of 011 Capital whowas
Mill 8W It BC WH J-a7.
Frank who directs theACKIEGLEASON named by Trainer
.John Lipari. Gay Orchid

how. This boy has'verythlng. has won nine races and
earned $47,000 this year. :! : : : : : : : : : : : : : : ::1 U : I:

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12 TIE MIAMI MMES Saturday, December 12, 1964


I SYLVIA ELLI- JONES Sr., of $350 Down
OTT, 2200 N.W. 166 St., ,
Opa-Lock, died in the Dec. 6. Services will be 741 NW 77th Street
Jackson Memorial Hospital held Saturday 2 p.m. at
December 3. Funeral St. Luke AME Church Beautiful CDS home that has

services were held on with Rev. James A. Gris- large lot, tile roof, garage,

Memoriam In Memoriam In Memoriam Tuesday 2:00: p.m. from by officiating Remains hardwood floors, dining room,
the First Horn Church Of will repose in the Friday in select area, close to bus and

In loving memory of f I In loving memory of In loving memory o four The Living God, Rev. until beginning 6:30 Saturday 4 p.m. morn- shopping. Out of town owner.
my dear husband, mv dear wife, dear daughter, mother Olin Smith, Officating. Must sell at once. Call Ed
ing a.m. Saturday
MARY HAYNES and sister, Survivors two daughters, Weeks at 757-7631, Gold-Farb
who departed this life one son, one sister, one funeral time, Realtor. Dec12

December 10, 196.3. Christ daughter-in-law. Survivors include his

will Bather his own, tot wife, Cleomie; three sons,
ihe place where he has Frank Jr., Elijah and $100 DOWN CBS

gone JI:MM IE CANADA, 9195 Walter; a daughter, Emma Like now 2, 3, 4 bed it Hnu1*
Where their heart and S.W. 128 St., Howard, died Lou; two brothers, Prince from $r.o monthly, 1
treasure lie Dec. 3. Services will h e and
Elijah; ten nephews, closing
mortgage, no costsnewer ""
life is hid held Saturday 11:00: a.m.
Where our on JO nieces. area lias", <' I It ywater
high. from the Sweet Home

I A devoted husband Baptist Church in Perrine, modern,:
I Cleveland Haynes Rev, King- pastor. Surviv-
MRS. ANNA HILL of landscaped nnd side
i God sister Mary R. ing are, wife, Mrs. Jessie
3559 Glenwood Place in
walks. Other houses in
a Brown Lee Canada; three daugh-
ters, Mesdames! Maggie B. Cincinnati, Ohio, died all areas from $250 down,
Dec. 8 at St. 1 Francis Hospital
Thank YouWe Wright, Mary Lee Thomas, low monthly payments
and Hoberta Thompson King Realty Inc. Broker -
the family of the two sons, Joseph and Huston and Son Fun- 8002V 7* Ave.
eral Home in Cincinnati.
late, ,tv4 David Canada both of 751-9708. Indf
Survivors include a daughter -
Philadelphia, Pa., two sisters -
Mrs. Geneva Gates; a : :11 1:1 :
and two brothers. He
grand daughter, seven
will lie in repose in the
Coconut Grove Chapel of great other grandchildren relatives. and OLD MOTHER

The House Of Albert beginning -

at 3 p.m. Fridayand HUBBARD WENTTo
49; in the church at 7 a.m.

REV E S, HENRY ., Saturday. I Iin Memoriam I IIn The CUPBOARD

LILLIAN ET. JOHNSONwho memory of our wife, and! found It bare. But why
who departed this life
Nagging backache could have
December 13, 1954. departed this life Dec. MRS. SILVA PEOPLES, mother and grandmother been the cause. It Is hard to
Tho he's gone his mem- 13, 1901. May she rest in 1810 N.W. 69th St., died in the late, work when pain of backache is
ories will be in my heart the Jackson Memorial severe and constant. When kidneys -

always peace.Mrs.. Della B. Carey Hospital Dec. 7. Services aren't functioning properly -
Wife, Violet and }Family will be held Saturday 2:30: *w poisons accumulate in the
system Flush out these poisons
from the Mt. Sinai
p.m. with famous "7-20" formula
In Baptist Church, Rev. S. A, 4 and feel "like a million" again.
In MemoriamIn MemoriamI Thomas pastor. Survivingare a. "7-20" I is a mild, effective diuretic -
Gerald Somerset to the kidneys and bladder.
one son, -
memory of, n loving memory o four one daughter Miss :X- ) It I Is compounded like a doc-
dear sister and aunt, Mable Peoples, eight 4 tors prescription to give fast
CAROLYN RAIN relief. Get a bottle of amazing
ENID A. TURNERwho grandchildren, one broth- I.- "7-20" today and start back on

who departed on December er-in-law, Rev. Russell : the road \to good health. Always
8, 1959. departed this I life I Brown sold on a money-back guarantee. -
May her soul rest In -Ii December 12, 1904. May ..... # A product of McPhail Lab
she rest in oratories. In liquid or tablets.
peace. 4.
peace and light perpetual MRS }FLORR1E B
Turner and Kemp
shine her .
upon JOSEPH. ROBINSON, 7 -11J -
MAYWOOD 10075 S.W. 170 Terr., Per- and J DRUGS
The Family rine, died at his home 1410 N. W. 62nd. StreetII
wish to thank
friends for cards, condo-many In Memoriam i Dec. 6. Arrangements incomplete : TROPICAL- PHARMACY_

In MemoriamIn lences, flowers, telegramsand INDP
cards during our In loving memory o f
hour of bereavement. 'our dear sister,
loving memory of our CHARLIE WILLIAMS, '''''1",1
dear mother and Grandmother Special thanks to Rev SYBIL HOGAN 2252 NW. 152 Terr., died '
Lester C Albert and his
Dec. 7. ,Arrangements are
staff of the house of Albert who passed December i',
away incomplete. ., J; '
for their many kind } 11, 1951. Class ReunionAttention
deeds, also Bishop Arline No one knows how muchwe ROSA LEE PATTERSONwho
and Elder Jones for their
consoling miss you, CHARLIE BROOKS, departed this life December all members -

Mrs. Gladys message Woods: No one knows the bitter 16135 N. W. 20th Ave., 13, 1903. We miss of the Class of
pain, died in the trot God loves
sister Opa-locka, you you
Deacon Burie M. W e have suffered since Jackson Memorial Hospital best. 1955 of Dorsey High

Woods, brother-in- we lost you, Dec. 8. Services will be Sleep on and take your :School. There will be

law Life has never been the Saturday 3:00: p.m. First i rest, i a class meeting on Friday -

same, Baptist Church, Opa- The Patterson Family
Nieces nephews and
Dec. 10 at 8
t In I
our hearts your p.m.
cousins Locka, Rev W. J. Macon,
memory lingers, officiating Surviving are
In Sweetly, tender, fond and wife, Mrs. Mary Brooks, Sen.-or
Memoriam Major
true, and other relatives
No day passes: our deal- room 60.
In sad trot loving mem- one,

ory of our dear wife, That we do not think of Paddyfote Dies 'II"I" "
mother; grandmother and you. RANGEALTON

'eat-grandmother., Sadly missed by, JOBS

Mrs. Gladys Sands, "Rags" JOHNSON TALLAHASSEE: I FUneral Male and Female
sister of 1871 NW 03rd St. services will be held
Mrs. Louise Roberts, Services Friday, 3:30: p.m. Monday afternoon at.4 Finest domestic and com-
sister at St. James AME Church o'clock from the St. MIchael mercial jobs in the Miami

Mrs. Elsadie Mereditr with Rev .J. B, Hlacknell and All Saints Episcopal area.

sister officiating lie will lie In Church. for Major ALSO -

Hits CHARLOTTE L. Wilfred E. buncombe repose at the chapel on Caleb J. A. Paddyfote, 73,
brother Thursday 2 p.m. former mlllary command- Excellent domestic open
LIGHTBURNwho t And nieces and nephews dant ond counselor at ings now in New York and

OIWIE WRIG01NS of Florida A and M Univer- Connecticut
departed this:; life 510; () 7th St., apt. 3. Ser- sity, who died here Wed- Transportation advanced

Dec. 12, 1962. vices Thursday at :3 p.m. nesday, Dec. 2. Burlartff Associates
To a mother that was MemoriamIn In the Range. Memorial. Death EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
chapel. lie will lie In came to Major
dearer than dear, loving memory of Wednesday I p.m.repose Paddyfote at the Florida[ 502 NW 54th Street I
A and M Phone
Noone knows how University Hos- 7577674Legal

much miss ,. 1)IANI'J} SAPP : pita, where he had been
we you of 2r)l
NW 2Uh place. ServlceSatul'rlav receiving medical treat- ,.....,..',." '," ....,',
No one knows the bitter s at 10 Placeof ment for a short time before -
pain w e have suffered service will be announced his death. He had Notice

since we lost you later. She will been in ill health for sev- NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS

Life has never been the lie In repose I Friday at Ip.m eral years. NOTICE NAME IS HEREBY lAW given

same in our hearts your that the undersigned desiring

memory lingers 1," ',',,'..." ," ,,',, to engage in business under
.MRS. ANNIE. PEARL the fictitious name of GLAM-

Sweetly tender, fond DANIELS of ,'>!'CIS NW CENTERVILLA OUR PHOTO SERVICE at 6215

and true no day passes, MRS. ETHEL 11th Ave Servicewill NW Miami.7th Florida Avenue, Intends In the to City of

our dear one that we do THOMPSONwho he reld Monday: at the KINDERGARTENYou the said name with register the-

not think of you. House of God. She will may register now. Hot Clerk of the Circuit Court of
) Sadly missed departed this: life lie in repose Sunday at 4 Dade County. Florida and with
Dec. 11, 1962. May she rest P.m. lunches and pick-up srvic the office of Secretary of State.
It Mrs. Cynthia L. Trout- In -- William H. Harris and Leon
peace.The For information call
Pujol) owners.
man and Family Thompson Family SHELTON J. BRYANT Nov. 28, Dec 5, 12. 19
;, of 758 NW 78th St. Services 691-7796, 696-3802'01' ...
IN MEMORIAMWherein will he held Monday 634-5867
In the chapel.\ He will Legal Notice

EVERY NITS! it has pleased lie In repose Sunday at 4 5932 NW 17th Ave. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS

Almighty God to take p.m. MWI. RUTH COPELAND NAME JAW
The Hammond Orfmm la back-
i Every Site! at the Satellite from our midst my beloved ,.," " '..'" ,I"'JREDUCE that NOTICE the undersigned IS HEREBY desiring given
.. husband, of 316
I Organ. WILLIAM E. ROBERTS NW :51st St. Services to engage In business under
tertalM OB the Hammond are the fictitious name of GLAM
1 I Never an adaiaslon.SATELLITE who departed this life Dec. IRS, ELSAIDA I. Incomplete. OUR STUDIOS at 6215 NW 7th
LOUNGE lf>, I/! LOM up to 6 pounds Ave. In the City of Miami, Fla.
GARDNERwho w..kly Intends to register the said
6222 N.W. 7th Ar-nu May the perpetual light Try Clarified Ad name with the Clerk of the
shine upon him, and may died December 11 Dr Long Circuit Court of Dade County,
MOat of Thin World"M he rest! in peace. Amen. 1959. For Beat Result Florida and with the office of
Sadly missed! by h i s 1548 S.W. lat St. William H. Harris and Leon
dear wife and relatives.:; Gone but not forgotten. Our Claaaif U4 Ads FR 3-2748 Pujol owners.
Louise Roberts!: wife Mrs. Vivian Long. William H. Marrls. owner
SELL ANYTHING NoV. 28. Dec. :3. 12, 19
And Family Daughter and Family .-,.." ," ..,.-.." ." ,


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TIC MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, December 12, 1964 13

I I,I f OPEN SUNDAY 3-5 P.M. ,

CLASSIFIED 1490 NW 83rd St. FOR RENtNICE HOUSE, 2-beiooms) 310 FURNISHED J .bcJtrttt
$74 MONTH PAYS ALL NW 51 St., nice area Mr. apt. For couple, mar2' \
$300 down, 2-bedroom, CLEAN ROOMS. Don; WI 7-5009. Ave., Grandwuy, 757 .8228.
2 bath, CBS, corner, tile Hot and cold water Kit-
2-lx droom, 1 roof, carporte, like new, chen privileges, reasonable -
bath CBS house with oak floors, only $11,000 rate. FR 4-0102, 1803 2 NEW duplexes, 2775 NW DUPLEX APT. JMW! NW
3710 NW 14th Ave. garage, Fla. room in total. A, Ben-Kori, Real N5th place.DUPLEX 48 St., 2017 NW 47 St. PL 40 St. 2-bedrooms u n \ ej
ARGAIN $1,000 be- front, FHA terms, low, tor, anytime 8-9717, OX 1-4380. porch. Mr. KOKMIS" !jl7v I
FHA price and sel- low down payment. 1300 751-2213. 500!). N
pays closing costs too! NW 41 St. Open Sunday APT. Large 1-
Make Offer
save more than 1-6 Fenster ROOM In private home.
Realty, bedroom with Fla. room.
.1-bedrooms. 2 Broker, PL 98779.3BEDnOO OPEN SUNDAY 3-5 P.M. Kitchen and dining room. Heat and prlvleges, near 777 NW 77th STREET
230 NW 43rd St. 3-oedroom. 2-bath CBS large
s, Jalousie windows, bus and shopping, Ideal
Near bus and Grandway
lot. See this excellent buy at
$250 DOWN
Ing:), big Florida room, $9000; 1242 NW 51st Terr. To see for working lady or once and make your offer to
ge, appliances Extra 1. 1 bath CBS TOTAL call 635-8701. Adults only. couple. 0316310.FURNISHED Fxl. Week at 757-7631. Gold-
e corner lot, landed partly furnished: wall to See inside this spotless, Farb Realtor D12
sprinkler system wall carpet, no qualifying. nice home, fence, carporte,
own pump and well, 5220 NW 8th Ave Call for oak floors( Fla porch. A. NICE ROOM In private room In private HELP WANTED
city water. Keys at appointment Fenster Ben-Korl. Realtor phone home, a settle man or a a home. Very nice, all
Realty, Broker, 4932 Realty, Broker PL 9-8779. anytime 751-2243. nice working couple pre- conveniences. Single per- DANCERS l8-2. years
7 Ave. PL 0-4371. "GENIE HOMES." New, ferred. 47th St. area, son preferred. 1441 NW :Meet Sat. )Dec. 12, 1-'J p.m.
1 Sundays. New, New. See the homes nI I- ())5I. 38 St 1515; N10 St.
INCOME Property Large that make families happy,
lot, CBS, nice location. So! So! many happy Ideas.
13 NW 75th Street House has 3-bedrooms, Many more under construction NEATLY furnished rooms
:DROOM, 2 bath ens. plus garage, plus rear now. Wanna use of kitchen 1WO! NW Finest Selections In Miami
roof, patio, barbecue apt. 2-bedroom, 2 }buth look? Sneak preview on ;>:> St. phone NE: :WX)8.! ) .
[ly yard.: Price is apt Good terms. Don't forget 75th St. between 11 and --- Lovely homes open

valuation. $13,000 to call us on this one, 12th Ave (have 2)). Also 2-BKDROOM I DUPLEX. NEW LOW DOWN PAYMENTS

$100 down and $80 it's a real bargain. Fen- 527 NW 4G St. After you Utilities furnished: } free EZ Term Less Than Rent
h. A real fine house ster Realty, Broker PL
see, then call us for hot and cold water, 302S .
very nice street O-H7iO prices. Fenster Realty, N\\ ,T.2 St. For Informa-
[ Realty, Broker, 4932 Broker, PL 9-8779. tion call NE 11881.UNKMINISHED 524 NW 52nd Street
)BRAND- NEW large 2-
evenings and Sun-
}bedrocm residence, 1031
VA AND FHA homes. 3-
and 1033 N41st St. PL bedroom and 2 baths. : 1-bed bedrooms, 2 bath, Fla. room, tile roof and built-in
1-,'Ino I. room apt. Couple only, kitchen. To see it U to buy it.
Call for appointment, $ll!) week :25)32;): NW r.n!) St.
::3 NW lard: Street From $100 and up. Fen- -
:Manager, at r.7)7() Nm:
CLOSING COSTS )BEAUTY SHOP. Reasonable ster Realty, Broker PT.JI| Ave. 160 NW 49th Street
duplex. 2-bedroom 19-8779.
",>ide. Tile roof, ap- operators with clients ) ... 'I: Lovely CBS bedrooms, 2 bath and Fla. room. $450
Phone FIt'I-1I.\1! ) 01'jRW7 down, FHA term
s, large ,yard, freshIntcil. -
: : ,
)> e
Price Is FIT A
lion $1iOI: ()( $
md $!)lO() month. Live BEAUTY SHOP 1 E<|luil-| bedroom, oak floor, and carport. No qualifying.
tiee! Key at Lifelirukcr. MODEL HOMENOW
ment. Including hot waterheater $700 down. $9,500 total price.
1932! : NW and fire extinguisher .
'PI4 IM371.) : Open I :Mrs. A. H. Hel --
5229 NW 5th Avenue
and evenings.NW tOil NE: 1-1270.
--- --- OPEN Brand new, bedrooms, 2 baths, Florida room and
S! 47th built-in kitchen. $1,200 down, take over my pay
:3HKIIUO.M.eiy( : l.irge. mentt.

_____)bedrooms LOSING m, I enclosed, 2 COSTS baths front yjird.CBS room home near carport; 7 with'fenced Ave.. big. buses Fl.i. 1745 N.W. 6 Ave. 280 NW .55th--Street

sport, appliances and expressway.' Only LIVE RENT FREE. Beautiful CBS duple 2bed.
'dnted. inside and $:l.iO() down. Lo\\. monthly room, 1 bath each *!de. No doting cott. $500 down,
'r nicely larulscapiPrle payments. 1 KHA mort FHA term
Is only $11.((()() eWe
gage. Call Harry Denny 4-BEDROOM 1% BATHA
with $MD down and I'M IAternvCKey to Inspect this home now have the largest selection of CBS 2 and 3 bed

: at Life Realty, Open Sunday 2-T: p.m. room home In Greater Miami area.
lirokerYfcHXtt: NW 7 Ave. Action Realty. Realtor, "BETTER HOME" WITHIN YOUR BUDGET

PL .0-4371..... j'j0' ''Ha.
"" I"' '
'2015'NW list Street
NO ,'QUALIFYING-Cm! ; INCOME BUY (The Broker that work for you)
: :'t-hoilronmK, 2 '2 HOUSES, 1 lot. $10SM( Down Payment From $200.00 BRAND NEW LOCATION

1.- one side and 2- total, good! shape, $2.r 00 4740 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655
'hath on the othll down, live rent free and
e .coT I Is a corner dutimpletely make money. Owner Monthly Payment From $73Open (Open Sunday

fenced, !JU.V9880.).
M_, f. separate: garage
lit 1rullv furnlsh- daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
t both sides Price $300: ( DOWN FHA, $70 a
month, no closing costs 2
payment a n d I ,
(Saturdays and Sundays Included)
payments bedroom CBS on 2 10t:4.Hal'llwooll : .
lle Key at Life floors, carport,
Broker, PL 0-4371.: fenced hack yard. D. W. Come in and look aroundOr FIRST ONE TO BUY! !
evening and Sun- Gorton broker 235-2342.:


room home with 2-hec1-1
AND! VA resale!! Fla. room. NO DOWN PAYMENT !II!

[new :'J-bedroom, 2 terms, no qualifying, one NO QUALIFYING III!
US homes at from mortgage. D. W. Gurton.
l o $:l()(} down! and broker, 23.V2342.: : : GO SEE THESE COME IN TO BUYII! !

$no month and up. -- 3121 .NW 67th Street 2-bedroom

_ lave, Broker keys. l)32!at: Life NW NO QUALIFYING, one list Bits In Town $20 |KT wrrk jmy mortgage, tci & Insurance

PL n-4371.: Open mortgage move In. 1811 NO CLOSING COSTS ON THESE 1855 NW 43rd Street 1-bedroom
NW 83: Terr. 2-bedroom
week tnxr & InNiimnrr.
igs and Sundays. $10 per puyw mortgage,
('US, hardwood floors, tile
>M | HNW Sunday 2.6 ....
roof, fenced yard, carport. Open P 1309 NW 45th Street 2-bedroom

50 I.ri2nd: Terr. S700 down. $83: month, $20 PIT neck hays mortgage, ta\rn & Insurance

Opa-looka Open Sat. and Sun. D. W 1392 NW 39th Street 2763 NW 57th Street 2-bedroom
[QUALIFYING. Like Gorton broker. 2J: -2:1.2.: .
3-ltedroom CBS. 2-bedroom CBS'Corner Btowty. $11,500 FHA $250 down S20 i per week pays mortgage, taxrw & insurance

sled windows, terr'az- Florida Room Room Fenced. 4502 NW 23rd Avenue 3-bedroom
kitchen :3-BEDROOM} : HOME. A-l Dining Carport,
|oors cabinets.
S10..VX. $.VX() down shape move right In, no -0- and 1-bath
$S.; month pays all. qualifying, no red tape, $30 per wrck |>uyn everything

at Life Rally, Brok932 best area. EZ terms. See 659 NW 44th Street 2105 NW 47th Street 3-bedroom
.Vtf NW 42 St. Call Owner
NW 7 Ave. PL down. Florida $20 per week pays everything
"1. Open Sunday \\ I ..V9880.DRIVE bedroom, Beauty $10,600 FHA $400

Room, Carport Pall bythen. come In. We.have the key. 2160 NW 76th Street 2-bedroom

I BY CAr.14If: : -0- $21 per week pay everything

IKDHOOM 1 Doll Hou-c. 1710 NW 83rd: Terr. 3274 NW 68th Street 2-bedroom
)ited in and out. Fla 1711 NW 83rd Terr. 1101 NW 38th Street $20 pt'r'rrk pay everything
jn, perfect location, Beautiful 2 home to
I'd terms, low price.ve choose from S3.>0 down, Corner 2 Story,3-bedroom, 2-both, Portly 'furnished.No 3244 NW 68th Street 2-bedroom:

| bv. then call us. FHA terms. No closing Qualifying. Only $10,500 Total $85 month. Din $20 per week pays everything
o NW" 48 St. Fen;tel' costs. .See me A. BerfKorl. -
city, Hroker, PL P8779. Realtor, phone anytime ing Room, Front and Rear Porch. Past by. Call us. 755 NW 59th Street *- 2-bedroom
751-2243.: -o- $20 per week pay everything
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r : CBS 3-bedroom, Ift-bath, Completely Furnished. $20 per week pay* everything

BARON'S NEW HOMES Florida Room. Large Kitchen, Dining Room, 5729 NW 311 Avenue 3-bedroom

J large bedroom, 2 bath, "'I". room, gaiagr $14,700 Total. Reasonable Down Payment. Good Terms $20 per week puy everything
3 to .1 \'
Open flit 1286 NW 59th Street 2-bedroom
[651 N.W. 47th Street 1835 NW 41.t St.
deal with $IH per week buys everythingDO
Street pays to
1921 N. W. 50th
.,,', and Sttt Terr. NOT MIHS$ TIIKHK: $' I'F1.tIll'1i: ''
Corner 150: x 100 nth p.
Lot Good for Church or Ru-slne/ SHELL REALTYlrok
We build, buy land, home, or mortgage ,

LARGE LOTS FOR SALE t 3639 NW 15th Avenue 635-4395
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f BTW SCHOOL NEWS North Dade Recreation NewsThe

Hooker T. Washington
Tornadoes .are County udult basketball scored 31 points each
Champions. league is In Its sixth weekof Herman Anderson scored< M
play. The teams are 29 und Bobby Brown hit

Excited Washingtonians tbs Spoilers, Coconut 20.

watched attentively as the Grcce; Mustangs, Hallan- The Royals defeated the
blew with dale :Matadors Carvers i
Tornadoes ;: Rudglers 107-69, Tal-
tremendous action to ful- ,Ranch; Bachelors; Rich- inadg-i Fair and George .S x 1 4 t qM
fill a long determination. mond Heights; Jets, Oua- Webb scored 26 points
locka; Rudglers, Opa-locka and Edward White hit 24.
The Tornadoes took on
and Royals, Liberty City.
The Mustangs defeatedthe
the Dulls of Miami North-
western for the annual The Royals and the Raiders 70-09, Joe .
Turkey Day Clash at .the Spoilers are tied for first Hall hit 43 points. ,All
Miami Stadium Nov. 26. place with three games flames are played on
The teams have been rivals each, The Bachelors. Jets Thursday nights.

for over 30 years. and Mustangs tied for The Teenage league will
second with two wins
Tornadoes ended the and one lost record. start January 4, 1905. R
10P4!) season with a rec- The after school lague
ord of 5-4-1 The leading scorers after for boys is In full swing 4 LL
three games each are now. The 7th grade National -
The team was presentedtwo Joe Smith Mustangs 120; Mrs. Young and
trophies the Tur- Talmadge Fair, Royals 74; Mr. Ousley is tied for
key Day Trophy and Elliott George Webb, Royals 59; first place The American.Mrs. .
J. Pieze Trophy.Congratulations Jack Swllley, Royals 55; Allen and Mrs. Pierce
Bobby Brown, Spoilers 53; are tied for first place.
go to Edward White, Royals 52;

trainers.the Hepburn entire, assistants team, Alkin;and Thomas fAlbert/; Brown Sands, Bachelors, Spoil- National in Eighth first ,place.Mr.grade Robinson The American league, !is- PTA Focuses on Needs of Culturally Deprived

45; Herman Anderson, Mr. McLeod and Mr
The Junior Les Char- Bachelors 44 and Lenzy Thornton tied for first. Approximately 107 delegates Director of the Booker T. Payoff" by Phillis Wheat-
mants went on a trip to Baker Raiders 42. # were In attendance Washington Community ley Elementary School.On .
Virginia Key Deach Dec. Last week the The nth grade league at the meeting# of the 10th School Mr. II. Carriker,
14, accompanied by Mrs. ] defeated games the Mr T. Anderson and Mrs.P. District Council of P.T.A's Executive Director of Big Saturday night, the
Dorothy Harris, sponsor. Bachelors 99-77. Albert Forbes tied for first. which convened at Phyllis Brothers of Greater charming'; national presi-
dent, Mrs. Minnie Hictchof
Miami. Miss Bessie Chand-
Wheatley Elementary ,
Sands and Thomas Brown
The Cagers will begin Kentucky, State College

School, Saturday, Novem- ler, Pre-school Consultantof
the basketball season, ber 14, 1904 with Mrs. Dade County Public met withthe state
Dec. 11. when they takeon ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooThis Genesta Sweeting presid- Schools Mr. T. Fair, Exe- president, Mr. A. L. Os-
Roosevelt High of W. ing. The theme for this cutive Secretary of the good, the county council
P. Beach. The game Is to Week in Negro Historyoooooooooooooooooooooooooooo year's convention fwas: Miami Urban League Mr. president, Mrs. Docia
be played in the BTW "Our Challenge: Meetingthe R. McKay, Assistant Principal Howell, the district president -
gym. Cagers will play Mrs. G. Sweeting
Needs of the Culturally for Curriculum of
the second game Dec. 12 Deprived" Phlllls Wheatley Elemen- the past and nationalpresident !
in Riviera Beach with J. BY NPI Mrs. M.
tary School, and Mr. L. Williams -
F. Kennedy HLgh.Congratulations. Among the highlights of Withers, Probation: : Officerof ( the past state and
December 6, 1849 1879. the meeting was a very the Juvenile and Do- district president, Mrs. E.
to 13 John M. Langston, actIng interesting and Inforrma- mestic Relations Court. Curtis, and other commit-
students having A aver- president, Howard December 10, 1924 tive panel discussion centered tees from Dade and Bra-
ages and over 100 having University, Washington, Date of mortgageburnng : around the theme: The members of the ward counties. This meet-
B averages for the second D. C., from 1873-75, was I: for the Morris Memorial "Our Challenge: : meeting; Panel also served a s Ing was held at the Blc-
six-weeks period. graduated from Oberlin : building, Sunday the Needs of Culturally group consultants for the cayne Terrace Hotel. The
The Drama Hour which College, Ohio.December. ::School:; Publishing Board, Deprived." For and workshop along with Mrs. purpose was to make tentative -

was to be presented during 'Nashville, Tenn.December Through Economic B. Thompson, Mrs. E. plans for the Nat-
December was postponed 6, 1869 Growth Civic Responsibility Williams, and Mr. N, John- ional Meeting: which will
because of the National Labor Conven- 10, 1950 Educat- son, group leaders, and h e held in Miami, .June
activities for this 'tion in Washington creates -, Dr. Ralph J, Bunche, ional Opportunities Mr. D. Knowles, Miss E. 12-15th, 19r.:>.
Colored National Labor I deputy secretary-general Planned Programs for Davis, and Mr. A. vStarke,
month. No date has
new Union. I af: the United Nations, Youth Problems" recorder. Mr. Benjamin A. The 10th District wishes -
been released.
was awarded the Nobel Morse presided over the to express sincere
J. Presidents of all organizations December 6, 1956 Peace Prize, becoming Members of the Panel afternoon session which thanks to the host and
+' have met, In Col. Paul E. Maglolre, the first Negro BO honored. were: Mrs. Elizabeth Cur- Included workshop re- hostesses for the day,
t President of Haiti, was tis, Moderator. Mr. L. Ad- Mrs. Hazel Troy Princi-
order to set up a beautification forced summary and evaluation ,
by popular opinionto derly of the Urban League I pal, Mrs. (Blue,
project, this pro- resign, He was electedIn December 11, 1912 Mrs. Genesta Mary
ject is to improve the 1950. and voter Education, Mr. Sweeting presided over P.T.A, President and Mr.
school, by planting flow- Henry to hold Armstrong three only .1. V, Blanton, Chief Probation the business session. Stanley Newbold, Chair-
man boxing
ers, etc. Each organization December 8, 1837 Officer of the Juvenile man of the PTA advisory
titles at time
is asked one was and Dometic Relat- Another Interesting Board.
to contribute Wendell Phillips joins
l horn in St. Louis He
In this drive. anti-slavery movement. began his career, Mo.at the ion Court, Mr. E. Burrows, highlight was a skit, "The Anthony (.. Simons,

Miss Carol .1. Rayal is December 8, 1810 age of 17, fighting In
Tom Molineaux, boxer, than 10
more engagements.
now interning at er was defeated by Tom
T. Washington in music. CribW then British cham- December J 11, 1917
:Mrs. Mable Dorsett Glover pion. the
Five members of
director. 24th U. S. Infantry were ran [
December 9, 1830S. topics
The annex, which began executed for their part Ina
Lowery, teacher
during] the summer Houston, Tex., riot Aug.:
and army chaplain, was
23, 1917.
holidays Is finally com- horn.

pleted. The building hast December 12, 1870
vo floors/The first Is December 10, 1805 Joseph H. Rainey of hz 6
serving as adminls.,'tlve William I. Garrison, abolitionist South Carolina was seat- K
offices and the second as was born. An editor ed as the first Negrc ;:
a library and office area. and dedicated oppon- member of the U. S

Representatives from ent of slavery, he died in House of Representativesare

Hooker T. Washingtonwent ,.._-
to the airport to : Karen Pinckney,
greet 15 students and 5 BTW to Present Georgia White, Phyllis rnY'
adults arriving in :Miami, Phllpott, Loleta Williams, ..-
on an educational tour ConcertThe Joe Thomas, Bobby Cro- \
for eight days. They, are Booker T. Washington mer, James Berry, Alexander _
students and instructorsfrom High School will Smith.
Manchester High the Music De-
School in Parish, .Jamaica. partment In Christmas Beverly Parks Is In Mr.Bryan's Gtts Merit
homeroom. Al-
Concert Dec. 20 at 4 p.m.in .
the School's Auditorium Miss Harrington is In Award
Griffin's homeroom.
Carver NewsThe Admission Is free.
The bull Is closed to the Anthony Jimmy Boy-

Initial game of general public. Membersof kins, a seventh grader in
Carver's net and ball Brownaville Jr. the faculty, parents Allapattah Junior High I
season begins Friday, and student body are tre School, who excels In
December 11 at 8:00: p.m. A Coronation Ball honoring only persons who will he mathematics and music,
In Carvers gymnasium.We Mr. and Miss admitted. has received a merit
Brownsville will be the award from the Dairy
are expecting the culminating activity of Council of South Florida,
basketball season to end the annual fund raising
7 as successfully as o u r drive of the Parent- Bethany Pre- The son of Mrs. Marie
football season. Carver's Teachers Association of Boykins. 2323: NW 74th
Hornets won 3rd] place In Brownsville Junior High Terr., is already Into 8th
the big nine conference. School Friday evening, ChristmasMusical grade\( algebra. And his 1 piano i-
Dec. 11 at 7 p.m. It was work I is so good he
Seventh and Eight Gra- announced Uy Mrs. Ida T. SundayThe gives concerts. He was
ders explained the purpose Ratcliffe, principal that president of S t u tl e n t rf/ t
of the Phase Program the ball will be held in Bethany Seventh- Council at DunKir Elementary 4"
at a recent Junior ,the school cafeteria at Day Adventist Church last year and at
High Assembly. Studentswere 4899 NW 21th Ave. Plans Choir presents its Pre- Allapattah I N on the Student .
made aware of the for the hall indicate thatit Christmas Musical Program Council Citizenship
fact that this program will be u gala affair. Sunday Dec. 13 In Honor Roll.
f J makes It possible for all Winners In this year's the church auditorium:
ICarverltes' that are cap- contest areAlphonso 2500 NW 50th St. at 4 The Dairy Council has.:

; able to achieve on their p.m. a continuing program to
I Harrington" Excernt.s: from. the honor meritorius ;young "A DAY AWAY FROM YOU IS LIKE A MONTH
level. An
particular grade "Mr.: Brownsville. ,
"Messiah" by Nominations "
people. can THE COUNTRY !
:ambitious! individual put- Beverly Parks, "Miss Everyone Is (cordially he sent to :Mrs. Ruth B.

d :Sting forth effort, can move Brownsville.Members!' Invited. No admission. Kassewitz, PO Box :310, cvr,4'
t '1 R. Wtoodfork.. pastor; v i1rr rsrr.
'from a lower phase to Coconut Grove Station :Miami -
: of the court Vivian Davis president. Fla. 33133.
in higher' phase. .

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I King Blasts Britain U.S. on RacismIn Mailing Postmaster Assists Hers BIGAMISTS, DEFCflTON One! who

learns too lace that twO riteaGosport.PeasJCoU.FU.
London Monday Dr Postmaster Fred Ewing make a
'e must 'pel'feet the WlCII'ge
Martin Luther King, accused use of economic pressures. : \ has some tips which will ( .
Britain and the \Why do our governments C put ZIP into Christmas mailing -
United States of "bolster-i refuse to intervene effectively CzT Z ZtI and help local postal em-
tng up the South Africantyranny" t now? Must they ployees move the record- NO CHANGE
that promotes wait until there Is a blood 5 JwsfessSurprise breaking mountain of mail of
racial segregation, a n d 1 bath before they v .' Economy is jest a way
recognize Christmas
asked the two nations to the crisis?" expected spending tnaaej vI__p-
use economic sanctions ]i season. ting mj fan out of It.
against South Africa.: King )left London( Tuesday FIND LAST YEAR'S
for Oslo I where he will Christmas mailing list. If
'Our governments have i receive the Neil el Peace It's a Portable Party! YOU don't find it, or didn't
failed to act decisively: Prize for his THERE ARE only two
: have
This l 1:01 i n unique opportunity ) ) \ 1 In nonviolent Negro pio- The Time: When you're in the mood one, make one up. kinds of pccpIeca dU eanb-
( to do good tests In the United Stales.Tshombe; The Place: Largest living room or recreation room CHECK TO SEE that all those who lift IDS those who
available addresses are correct. The
\Ve must join in a non- The Occasion: Anniversary, birthday welcome home phone book is usually a good
violent action In bringing last day of summer Columbus day source for local addresses.
freedom and Justice to Any occasion will do
but add to the excitement bv WHEREVER POSSIBLE
South Africa by a massive making the party a surprise for he honored guest> Hold ,
movement for eco- the festivities at his house! Arrive with all the guests in add the ZIP Code to the addresses BE
nomic sanctions," Dr. a model "T," fire engine or horse-drawn wagon. on the list. Agreater -
1 King told a mass: meet- Pope Paul No need for a ice-breaker at this party. Make sure that Miami ZIP Code map is SOMEONE
Ing. each person brings a "gift" for the unsuspecting host- shown in the yellow pages of
something be absolutely can do without such us: roller
I* * *Talk: Peace for piano a).player Chinese piano cookbook(assuming(in Chinese be doesn't), last have year's a player cohen tory.local Because telephone ZIP direc-Codes SPECIAL!

(dar etc.Naturally t speed your mail always Include -
everyone can lend a hand in bringing the the code for your area Nlghtlagale gradates d.i .
With refreshments. Fill portable thermos jugs with sparkling. in 'tallied. ..d; nth e
LIBCITYDrive a' heavy police escort to protect Last Minute i Punch and take along u colorful assortmentof return addresses. tare .f UM .&rtt tfc*
him from Communist demon drinking containers jelly glasses( (flower vases, jars DETERMINE YOUR list of aged sad the beipldre.lCvrry .
stratlons, Congo,:: Premier Moire' bottles, etc all of which are "gifts" for the host when gift purchases which must day fee derail
Tshombe came to the Vatican the party in over Ask a few of the guests to bring along a be mailed. Such planning allows for qrullfM pmwaM-l t.
in Theatre
salami and
ring/ of liologna party bread and mustard
when tfcU valuablenrrvlr
to shop prrfoTM
today for a minute audience for lIalulwldIInac'k". Then include an assortment of you early
Completely Integrated with Pope Paul. dainty cookies to be served) on a fancy silver tray of selections are greatest and *.xromm greater sodgreater
..-....- course! you can stock up on mailing NIK.U.pae OolICR -
No demonstrations marirdTbhomhe's lain Mlntile I Pinub materials in advance. Be tralM' mm* qaallfk
STARTS SUNDAY :2 apple juice, lulled yiM to Juts tile m.mywlhrr
trip through,:: Rome cups sure to purchase enough ma'terial .
I can ((ti) ounces) frozen orange MicMlBicalr gerrd.atrof -
to the papal city-state. juice, t thawed ai so that parcels will that art prrforMl
r; be ....... .
I can ((4B ounces) apricot packed securely. thin seeded rrvlre.AM
I tell The
you, .' Pope appealed to the '
nectar billed .. Poorly wrapped and a Mj(1iflM-c l gradate -
chum,. Congolese,:: people to cease their J 10) bottles ((7 ounces each) 7-lp) .....;Ic'hillt.d loosely packed cartons are )O. can ckoo** your
: warfare and work together for I'M the of Job your hoer the
laughs 'f. : major cause parcel
the common ,good:: of their na Place apple juice, orange juice und apricot nectar in tlmr you Hunt tu work .
Therefore the
lion gallon thermos jug. At the last! minute, pour in 7-lJp slatadd post damage. ION CUP joy the kwIrdjtr -
Ills! a few i ice tubes The 7,Up will !keep its "lIparl..,t'" .lo Postmaster also suggestedthat IRA >.UM mm dolajc
"In this painful moment the the last drop Makes nlxuit) I gallon of pundt.e the address be writtenon vaUiiklr.. job, the tral -
Roman only one side of the exterior Ing IN ,lmita sad cmm be
pontiff wrapping and that a utnl to jour .....,..-
FRaNK Tshombe "we implore our sons ;
Irnrr. tall for as appointment
duplicate address be included -
and all mankind
Jo employ all '' sad 11.4
Com E Bio w :t their means and powers to car. ... inside the carton, in out how. very today easy It to to
case the outer covering is
ry on this work of peace qHiUlfi fur this valuable
rTtaatcotot' SUI RI Etrr not secure and comes off. trulnlnx. H| rcUI h nniuriunjcrd

YoURJtoRNCiBRCbNRUSHSIJOHN Tshombe's six-car motorcade -..-... & fur mothers.
II"I was preceded by three cars of Dtiy or sight rliuutr Women
Italian plainclothesmen, followed WlllieMcMtillLin: ;is ..f II"| lotS: rlliclble. No
by three trucks carrying 2117( U S1\' l.th]: !) Avc.ai Dr.I Jay Gutierrez high school diploma setir.sary

uniformed Rome police, and hot dead! In Hunt of his << ., law tuitIon 111I'-
homo CHIROPRACTOR ntrntH.Phone
an alignment II'C'I'a
flanked by police motor
( ()-IIIT
cycles. \\'umall.lIam Uollns) 2200 N.VY. 36 St. Ph. 634-1117 377-0294
THE HUSTLERPAUL Iii I. a nul hhor, \\' a H ae- -
l'uused of the slaying.P ,
Vatican officials said it was Nightingale

NEWMAN the first time any visiting dig. College
nitary had arrived for a papal
JACKIE audience under such heavy j $100 DOWN PAYMENTNO : 111 S. Miami Are. MMIH.

It. N.. Olrrrtor

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ta.\MA\ !: Ctliits .. PLaza 7-8448
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WARNING joto 0..' wllk cover*****
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590 NW 47th TerraceFIRST

.t. *j 1 $300 down FHA, lovely CBS home, tile

\% ... roof, dining room, garage $72.52 month.
... \.OSSG\A\ \

k f it <<: 521 NW 48th StreetCBS
y eM'
CNAuMGNSPrPTRDMY! 14 RUKHER-U9 1RQpurxttr T tile roof, dining room, carport. $250

"", Vif JVf GPwC1ICa down, FHA, only $68.82 month. $11,000
?" CqttlMSU5,CA.; total.

i See the following then call Edison _\<

1760 NW 45th Street

Being sold below FHA appraisal. Immediate
Royal Crown Cola Co. of Columbus, Go. and Royal Crown Crown Bottling Co. in cooperation with a group of Miami business occupancy. Move in before Christmas.
Bottling Co. of Miami, played key roles in the successful establishments entertained some 1500 teenage and sub.
Florida A&M University sponsored Orange Blossom Classic teen classic parade participants at a record hop. Extra large CBS home. 1500 square feet
and Festival( held in Miami last veelc. The FAMU Rattlers Joe Perry is shown with attractive FAMU freshman coed, of living area plus carport, 38; feet long.
served a convincing 42.15 victory over the Grumbling College Shirley Richardson of Miami I as they rode in the applause Don't miss this one. Won't I last long. $250
Tigers of Grambling, La. gathering "RC Trophy Car" during the Classic Parade. cash down. Total price $10,250.
Royal Crown Cola sponsored the players and coaches
dinner at the Seville Hotel on Miami Beach which attracted
239 persons; presented specially designed souvenir gift 287 NW 58th StreetCBS
watches to the players and coaches; gifts to the coaches YOUR TRAVEL AGENTIS
3-bedroom, 2 bath, only $200 down,
and the awarded
wives college queens; a championship trophyto
F.A.M. and a runner up trophy to Grambling; and made a FHA. $78.57 month. Only $9,500 total.
special award to A..M. President, George W. Gore, Jr. Royal Many inexperienced traveler Dining room, large kitchen, jalousied
rot realising .that accr.dit.dStr.v.l porch. Two blocks to Edison High School.
agencte DO NOT Travel bureau are paid in
CHARGE the public for comml..lon. by hotels, ..Irtlclt.linl
and related ,service and steamship line. Transportation
fail to receive th. money cod' price* ire regulated 339 NW 39th StreetCBS.
JET TV CLINICHOME fr. advantages which could by the government and mustbe
b. lamed through the u.e adhered to by all carrionof
agents' know how.' and th.ir r.pr.ntatve.THE Dining room, large kitchen, screened
SERVICE CALLS $1.00 porch, wall to wall carpeting. Safe for
Day or Night children, blind street. $250 down, FHA,
-For Business or Vacation consult
w. Svrrtc All Mak. W $75 month. $10,500 total.


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course. This will prepare me for numerous high ic: IN THE MAIN ROOM IN THE TOP HAT LOUNGE *

paying job opportunities in business and civil ser ic *

vice. Why don't you call or send for information -)( The INCOMPARABLE THE FABULOUS *


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4 J i NAME ............._..M..M..M..........__'_""M"" '-' f mirrors are important for
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