The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 19, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00028321:00194

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!U.S. Supreme! Court Wipes Out All_Sit-in ipAj4I _!




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ti .r. :., """ t '; I' l"i Public Accommodations Law
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On Monday the U.S. mony presents overwhelming
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9 'Ii .. ".1.' ",. t" a... Supreme Court put its unanimous evidence that discriminationby
.. .! .'....",/ approval on the public hotel and motels impedes
\.. l'i accommodations section of interstate travel"
the new Civil I I Rights Law In the restaurant case
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barring racial discrimination Clark declared: The power

i by hotels, motels and reatau- of Congress in this field is
\ .. '. .. wr broad'and "
.. sweeping ,
,. .1.' .,ti....' .. rants.The unprecendented decision lie said I the decision of
>> .' was followed with a 5-4 Congress to apply the law to

\f'' :.J .' court ruling that the act .roat.urant.-oven those which
''' ,., quashes retroactively the prosecutions have essentially local patron-

..... ....... ..itI'." thousands of sit- ago-was "plainly appropriatein
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/ in demonstrators arrested for the resolution of what the,
,trying to Integrate restaurants the Congreas found to be a
lunch counters and other busi- national commercial problemof
& ness places covered by the the first magnitude. We
find it in violation of any
., '" t; .. .m.f. > ... '" ... I law.The court declared the express limitations of the,
". .. e.
-);" public accommodations proviso Constitution and ,we therefore
of the Civil Rights Act, declare it valid."
f tI 1' conaitiutlonal In two initial The court gave top priorityto
& .oIIIIIIIia. test cases, congress had a the two test cases to speeda
I .. full right to pass such a law constitutional decision on
.. ; Ill under the commerce clause of the controversial question on
.., the Constitution, it said public accommodations.There .
While the decisions dealt, are no penalties for
: mainly with an Atlanta motel discrimination under, the law,
-. and a Birmingham Ala>, restaurant but the'government is given
the language used In the power to go to court for an
l"A the opinions was so broad in order to end auch practice
.. Roy Wilkins, executive
scope as to indicate the same .
.' \ .. finding would be made in aecretary of the NAACP, said :'

The Miami of the Jack and Jill of AmerIca Mapp, recording secretary.: oases involving all other pub- the rulings "afiould 'promptly '4
Inc. was installed December 12, a( the home of Middle row;..,.,Agenoria ,,Pasohall, Journalist; Martha lic accommodations.The end discrimination In public ,
Mr and Mrs. James Hart. Anderson, vice president; Margaret Slmms, national accommodations everywherein
Geraldine Arrlngton, president; Andell Mlc- main opinion in all our Country."
Slmms national of Jackan'd
Mrs. president .
Margaret ,
klns corresponding secretary Ruble Mizell, treasurer. three decisions was deliveredby The court action reinforces
Jill Inc Louis Mo. Installed the above
from St. ,
Justice Tom Clarlc. public in
charter members Standing: Hazel Draynon, Mattie Blake, Inez -
Alzeta Wilson, Mildred Armbrlster, Ann Rivers, He declared, in the 'motel the orderly processes of the
An Installation party was given later in the evenIng Helen Everett, Janie Reeves, Viva Coleman, Doris Case; "The voluminous testi lawhe said.i"rY .
national home of
in honor of the president at the .
and Glendena Edward
Yeager, Iris Shirley
Dr. and Mrs. John 0; Brown.
Not shown: Marie Brown, program director and
Shown seated: Harriet Hart, Edith Coverson, Er-
Johnson financial secretary.
maine Cunningham, Angela Rd>1nson, Catherine Vertise ,

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Circuit Judge William Ak- The action against Nicholswas
Claims Technicality on ridge issues s temporary injunction initiated by Leslie
preventing Tod Dot ton, a city commissionerwho
Nichols, 22, from taking the was defeated by Nichols''
Prop.rty Ownership oath of office as a member of in the Nov. 3 election by 22
theMelbourne city commlilion. votes.
MELBOURNS';:(NPI-A cirever elected to public office Judge Akridge hinted that Bolton's suit charged that
cwt court judge has issued an in Brevard County from taking the issue may require another Nichols is not qualified aa a
order prohibitint the flratNe.ro his seat election commissioner because he has

not fullfilled a one-year property
ownership requirement.Most .
cities in Florida do
not set a time limit on property
ownership of candidates, nor
does the state.Palmer .
Collins, attorneyfor
Nichols, has 30 days to
supporting evidence in behalfof
his client. It will probablybe
some 70 days before Judge
Akridge hands down a final

W ruling. WASHINGTON, D.C. Wnttn.y M. Young, Jr., executive
'y ? Akridge, however,indicated director of the National Urban League, greets President
what his opinion will be. He Lyndon, B. Johnson as he arrived to address the General
made it clear that he was not Assembly Session of the NUL'a first Community Action
ruling on the merits of the case Assembly. More than 350 right leader heard the president's'
and said his decision will address which concluded with a signal tribute to the League's
"probably be that Nichols director

will be disqualified and Johnson said, "There are men who are dying tonight. .to
another election held." preserve the freedom of us all, and the least you can do,
Mayor Grady White1 said until you are called upon to give your Ufo, Is to give your
Bolton will simply retain hia support, give your talent and give your heart to organizations
present seat on the commission like this,. and leadership of men,like Whitney Young." ti i
until the affair is aettled .. .. '
Nichola' attorney argued .L if-- )" ;

that the property requirementis it _, \ .'"'" )
unreasonable and uncon- TOUTtntrd-year SYuuenta in 'Thorn*.;'Broadwater, Boston, .
stitutional. the Florida, A&M University Mass. Hiram Seymour, a law .
BETHUNE-COOKMAN COLLEGE COEDS POSE FOR LITTLE BIRDIE Judge Akridge ruled that College of Law served, as school freshmen from Miami
local regulations for officeholders members of the prosecutingand aeryed aa clerk of the court.

Reading from (loft to right, front. row Cynthia Franklin, thr doughtofof Mrs. Dorothy are not governed by defending team during a Harry Juster, freshmen law
Wright, Is a senior, majoring In sociology,, Dorothy Whltfleld, tho daughter of Mr. & Mrs. the state constitution.He moot court trial in the civil student from Chicago, was the
Conlo Whitfield, Perry, Georgia, .Is o lunlor, majoring 'In sociology; and Barbara Brown, th* also said early in the trial term held last Wednesday
daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Lowls Brawn, Bradonton, Florida, .Is a sophomoro, majoring In sociol hearing that he was doubtful in the Moot Court Room. bailiff. Joseph' E. Oibbs, associate
..,. Reading from loft to right, back rows Wllholmlna Gilllam, dowghtor of Mr. & Mrs. William of his jurisdiction in the case 'Members. of the prosecuting : professor in the College *
Cllllam/ Pansocola, Florida' Is a sonlar, majoring In English, Gwendolyn Simpson. daughter He said the Melbourne charter team were Ed Duffee, J/ of of Law, I i. chairman of
of .... Gortrudo Simpson, Pansacola, Florida, .Is a senior, majoring 'In .I..n'.' education.; states that the city commission Tallahassee and Mr*.. Owen the Moot Court Committee. .....
Hilda Travis, daughter of Mr. & Mri. Domes Travis' Laka Weiss, Florida, .Is a sophomore, is the judge of the qialifications dolyn Cherry of Miami,, The Judge John Rudd, city judge
majoring In business administration. ; and Jacqueline Henry, dought.r of Mrs. Lucille Sn,,., of its own members, defending team was composedof of Tallahassee, conducted the
"subject 'to review by the Samuel Moncur, Miami, and trial.
Miami, Florida, Is a senior, majoring 'In .l.m.ntory.ducotlon.


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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, December 19, 1964

Buying Power Of Negro

Hits $9 Billion

The buying power of the $124,000,000, while Negro
Our Apathy to Negro population increased spending increased $96,500
almost $1 billion in the year 000in retail stores inthe area.

ending in January 1964, In Cleveland, incomes increased
Blame for accordingto BernardM.Howard by $36,000,000 and
& Co., radio station represen retails saleswere up $22,000-
tative. 000. In New York the figures
Housing BiasApathy The study shows that 38 were $116,800,000 income and
per cent of the total Negro $85,000,000 retail spending.In .
market and 40 per cent of the
by is
blame for housing partlyto total Negro buying power is specific areas of buying
segregation -
located in 24 markets with the Negro market spent $1.84
Robert C. Weaver,
chief of the Housing and Home 7,768,100 Negroes, 2,096,000houses billion for foodonly$263,531- .
olds and $9 billion in 000 for furniture andhousehold
Finance Agency in
disposable income. appliances but $726 166,000 ,
D.C. i
Howard notes that duringthe went for automobiles[ and
Weaver told a meeting sponsored for drinking and ,
period Negro income in $515.681,000 '
by the National Urban
Los Angeles rose by eating establishments 'li
League that integration is 'I is
proceeding slowly under a I .. ,I

"federally non-discrimination housing "mostly clause because in Howard University To Give i '1,

of the apathy, of the I
people it was designed to Scholarship Exams Here
help." i: 'k I ; Ii
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He said that the
govern- Area high school seniors '
the conclusion of the
ment establishing met its responsibility the clause, "butI by will have an opportunity to scholarships totaling tour'l .:,: I j jI
compete for scholarshipsvalued $400.000 will be L1 .
don't feel it is the responsi.
at $1,100 and $550 a ,the university. .
bility of the tb
make this right available then year for four years when the National I \ I
Howard The
University National Competitive
take it in a wheelbarrow to aguy's ,,' ,
\ompcuuve; :scnoiarsmp Examination Scholarship Examination was
door and
deliver it
him." is administered by instituted at Howard in 1940.
David W. Brown, associate Since that time NCSE awards
The federal low rent hous- director of admissions. The have gone to some 1200 students -
ing program would I further exam will be administeredhere As a result of last
segregation, Weaver said. "If Friday, December 18 at year's program, 101 freshmen ,
applications for this housingare Washington High School at 9 now are enrolled in the Uni- !c.
!accepted on the basis of a.m. versity's four undergraduate
need," ne said, "it will According to Dr. Armour J. colleges on scholarshipswhich
result in 99.4 per cent non- Blackburn, dean of students at could total! $378,000 1
white occupancy." Howard, the examination is between now and 1968. The Pan American World Airways Social Club held their
administered free of charge, Additional i 1 information Reserve your space now annual "Miss Pan American" contest at the home of Mr.
and seniors who take the test about the examination may be for your Holiday Greet- Roosevelt Winfield; 1730 N.W. 68th Street, on November 27,
r will not be obligated to enrollat obtained from the Director of
the Washington, D.Cschool Admissions at Howard or at ing in our big Special I 1964.The five charming young ladies who vied for the title

FOR SALE should they desire to attend the test center listed above. Christmas Edition. ,of "Miss Pan American" were: Miss Gloria Jean Lightsey,
another institution. Miss Frances Frazier, Miss Patrice Bettys, Miss Betty Luu.
BEAUTY SALON The $1,100 scholarships, Ector, and Miss Cheryl Harris.
which will be awarded to the ocxroooooooooooooooooooooooooThis The charming Miss Lightsey was the winner. .She was

EQUIPMENTChriatalee's highest scorers on the exam- Week in Negro History crowned Queen for 1964-1965 by Miss Mary Frances Frazier,
ination, cover the cost of tui- First Attendant. Second Attendant was Miss Patrice Bettys
tion, room, board, and incidental oooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Third Attendant was Miss Betty Lou Ector and Fourth
fees, Dean Blackburnsaid BY NPI Attendant was Miss Cheryl Harris.
while .550 grants The new Queen and her attendants graced the prize-win-
Beauty Salon cover tuition and incidental December 16 ning Pan American float in the Orange Blossom Classic
fees. December 13, 1872 John A. Copeland Parade. The queen wore an exquisite long white gown long
805 NW 3rd Ave. A team of 11 Howard exam 0. P. Anderson, mem- member of John Brown'sraiding Jr., white gloves and carried a beautiful bouquet:of red carnations::
iners currently is embarked on ber of John Brown's raid- Gloria Jean's hobbies are singing, dancing and typing..
a four-month, 30-state tour of I Ing party executed in ted. party, was execu- She is a sophomore at Miami Northwestern Senior High.
Phone FR 1-6354 some 700 high schools in Washington, D. C. Mary's hobbies are record collecting and reading. She is

search of gifted students. At December 14, 1925Baseball December 17, 1903 a freshman at North Dade Junior $ Senior High.
.... First successful airplane Patrice's hobbies are sports, reading and dancing. She
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---------------- pitcher Sam
Jones was born in Ohio. flight by Wright is a junior at Miami Northwestern.
Brothers at Kitty Hawk, Betty Lou's hobbies are reading and typing. She is a
December 14, 1829 N.C. senior at Miami Northwestern.
John M. Langston, Negro Cheryl's hobbies are swimming and typing. She is alsoa
congressman, born in December 17, 1951 senior at Miami Northwestern.
Louisa County, Va. Genocide !in U. S. peti- I
tion presented to United
k. December 15, 1784 Nations.
I> Phyllis WheatleyPeterspoetess YOUR TRAVEL AGENTIS
was brougrt December 7, 1807
f, from Africa at age 7; died John Greenleaf Whittier, YOUR BEST FRIENDMany
at age 31.December. anti-slavery poet, born. .

15 1791 December 18, 1815 not milling Inexperienced that accredited traveler,.
The Dill of Rights was Battle of New Orleans travel agenda! DO NOT Trtvel bur..u. are paid in
had more than 500 free CHARGE the public forticketing commiion by hotel, air
passed by Congress and
Negroes as soldiers. and related tervicea and ......hlp line.. Traaportation *
rattified by the States. fail to receive. the money COM- price. arc- regulated
Ire advantage* which. could by the government and must
December 15, 1870 December 18 1865 be gained through theuaa be adhered to by all carrier
I The Christian (formerly Thirteenth Amendment .f agent** know bow.; and their repr........*.
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I Episcopal Church was es- December 19, 1875 THE NEXT TIME YOU TAKE A TRIP-

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MIAMI TIMES Saturday, December 19, 1964 3


.WUlaOV''N.arne' : Negro: to BoardoifiReg'ents"1'


The possibility of appointing a person is available.
a Negro to the Pressure has been broughtby
Board of Regents has been Negro leaders for a representative -
discussed by him and Gov.- of the group in state

elect Hay don Burns, but no government and Burns thinks
t decision was reached, Gov. the Board of Regents would be
I Farris Bryant said last an appropriate place becauseit
Thursday. administers a system which
includes Florida A &: M of
.k There has been no gen Tallahassee, a' predominantly

M I eral agreement, Bryant said, Negro university.'
between the two on composition Bryant said, "There are no
of the new boardto areas of disagreement' that
ti administer the university caused him to delay naming the
system, effective Jan. new board. lie repeated he will
i-tU AM JL& i 1, but another conference make the appointments to the
will be held next Wednesday nine-member board, but will
or Thursday in Tallahassee.It give serious consideration to
I is said that Burns wouldbe the Wishes of Burns, with whom
In favor of having a qualified the new board will be working

. I Negro on the board if such -after-Jan. 5.

Special Christmas Edition December 23 I


Dade County Secretarial Association held Its Fifth Annual Pre-Classlc Scholarship
Benefit Done, Friday, December 4 at the Bayfront Park Auditorium. Forbes Burnham Replaces Jagan as PremierGeorgetown
Pictured i center Is the 196 .196S Queen, Mrs. Noel Cobb, Orchard Villa El.m.noary I
School, crowned by Mrs. Katie Taylor, Miami Northwesttrn Adult education Center. The past
queens are Mrs. Earnest Mao Sands, Carver High; Miss Eva.Doloros Miller, Miami Northwestern British Gul- objections of Jagan, who the total vote
; Mrs. Betty R. Moss, Miami Northwestern; and Mrs. Beatrice Miller, Lllllo C. Evans ana (NPI-A pro-Amerl-had refused to resign. nr .-,flwsm" charging
Elementary. can Negro lawyer, Forbes British Prime Minister fraud in tine election: refused

Miss' Mary Ann Carson, North Dodo High 1964 graduate, Is presently enrolled at leadership Durham has taken over Harold Wilson indicated to resign and indicated -
Mloml.oade Junior College under sponsorship' of this group. Mrs. Eva Dolores Miller, presidentof from the reluc- that complete self govern- he would have to
the club. Photo by clamour.Chicago tant and leftist leanngDr. ment would not be granted Ue "forced out." By tradi-

#I"I.'#" ..'..,.... independence. Cheddi Jagan for this but British Guiana, locat- tion, premiers resign when
ed on the northeast coastof defeated in elections.The .
troubled British colony is
Gets 2
South until
JOBS being delayed by a Cy- the Negro and East,Indian controversy has
Male and Female prus-like clash between communities demonstrated raised possibilities of
rival racial factions. clashes between
Integrated Banks Finest domestic and com- their ability to live together bloody
Negroes who form 38
mercial jobs In the Miami Durham, leader of the without bloodshed. percent of the population,

CHICAGO (NPI-Seaway National Bank, the first area. opposition, was officially Jaigan, a dentist of East and East Indians, who
national financial institution organized on an interracial basis, ALSO Installed as Prime Minis- Indian origin who is compose the majority.
here, will begin operations at the start of 1965. Excellent domestic ter this week by Gov. Sir married to a white former Scores of persons of both
The bank will open its doors in temporary quarters during now in New York open.loss and Richard Luyt, over the Howard and Northwestern groups have been killed
the first week of to Moses Proffltt Chair- Universities failed to wina and Injured in a form of
January, according ; ,
Connecticut iii',....'........'" ..." .."
man of the board and Harold Altar, president. It's first monthof Transportation advanced majority in last week'selection civil strife similar to the
business will be conducted. an open house. LAURA held under a newproportional clashes between Grerks
Within six to eight months of the January opening, the Burlanff Aaaociatea REV. representation and Turks on the Medi-
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY Spiritualist, Reader and law.Official terranean island of Cyprus.
bank will move into its own permanent building at 87th Street .
and Langley Avenue. Construction will begin on the new sit 602 NW 64th Street Advisor results gave Ja- Linden Forbes Burnham,
this spring. Phone 757-7674 Healings and blessings to
gan's Peoples Progressive who has traveled widely-

Organization of Seaway National has been underway for ,." ...,.,'.....',..1.'.. God's Powers Party (PPP) 109,332 votesto including visits to the
nearly a year, through the efforts of a committee headed by One visit will convince you 06,657 votes for Bur- United States is an Intellectual -
Julian B. Williams, with the assistance of Continental Legal Notice ham's People National The' 41-year-
National Bank. Tho initial capitalization is $1 million, subscribed NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS that R... Laura will help Congress (PNC) and 20,612 old, 220-pound, L/Jtwlon- I I
to by Negro and white Chicagoana-including businesspeople NAMK hAW you through her power ofblessing's. for the United Front, a educated lawyer la married -
professionals, housewives and industrial workers. NOTICE IS HEREBY (riven third party headed by to the former Sheila
that the undersigned desiringto DONATIONS ONLY Peter Aguiar, a white Latesfe, a Trinidad optician -
INDEPENDENCE BANK OPENS engage In business under UN 64S82 businessman. whom he met in
the fictitious name of GLAM- have three
OUR PHOTO SERVICE.at 8215 612 ?lot Street Under the new propor- England.Raxanhe They:
Meanwhile, the Banking Division of the Illinois Department NW 7th Avenue In the City of tional girls 12; Don-
Miami Florida Intend to relater .> Miami Beach representation sys- na Annabelle, 9 and
of Financial Institutions has issued a charter for the
tem seats are allocatedby
the said name with the Take L bus Francesca 0.
organization of the Independence Bank of Chicago, which Clerk of the Circuit Court of each party's share of
opened Dec. 14, with deposits of $250,000.The Dade County Florida and with t" " '''''''_'''''J I
bank, capitalized at $800,000, will have $400,000 the office of Secretary of State.
of shares with valueof William II. Harris and Leon .
in capital stock-consisting 40,000 a par Pujol, owners. I
$10 each-surplus funds totalling $250,000; and reserves Nov. 28 Dee. 5, 12, 19 '. '.
for operating expenses, 150000. .,)&,
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Board chairman is George E. Johnson of Chicago, who is
president, Morris O. Polk, Melrose' Park; vice president-cash Legal Notice
ler, Henry P. Hervey; and vice president, Alvin J. Boutte, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
both of Chicago, Board .of directors include Edward O. Bos- NAME: LAW L4Z-
hell Jr., Evanston; Marshall P. Bynum, Henry O. port and that the undersigned, desiringto t'
and John W. Kunstadter, all of Chicago. engage la business under
the fictitious name of GLAM
OUR STUDIOS at 6215 NW 7th
Ave. In the of Miami Fla.
City ,
63,850 Negroes Attending
Intends to register. the said .,. -
name with the Clerk of t h e
Circuit Court of Dade County
Integrated Classes Florida and with the office of
_"!William! H. Harris and Leon

The Southern Education cords in November showed "uici.William owners.H. Mania. owner. I NEW-CAR
Reporting Service (SERS) "unexpected increases in NoV 28, Dee. 5, 12, It I GOT THE FEVER?

atated in a recent survey that the number of desegregated .- --- --- --- --
the number of Negroes attending classrooms in Louisiana,
public schools with Tennessee and Virginia," 18 YEARS Of RESPONSIBLE We've got the cure!
whites in 11 Southern states the report said. BUILDING SERVICE TO
almost doubled this fall. The SERS said the number THE COMMUNITY loan from
A low-coat easy-payment car
The report said 63,850. of Negroes attending biracial ,
Negroes, or about 2 per cent classes increased from last when BUYING or BUILDING L Lincoln National
of the South' total Negro years as follows:In Tennesse
enrollment of almost 3 million from 4,486 to 9,625; Virginia CALL STANLEY] I. Shop around for
attended integrated '3,72 to 11,883; Louisiana, Bring us the make, modal and price
classes as compared 31,105 1,814 to 3,581. The Louisiana PL 1 1-3104 4
during 1963. increase,the report said, a 2. Wa will okay your loan quicklyand
.Beautiful HomesBuilt
This year's increase represented included Negroes in "predominantly Yaw Lot : with no red tap. Our I o a .
the largest in the Negro schools OursAttractive on policy is vary liberal wa want
South since1 tfhe original attended by a small numberof ef to make loans.
Supreme Cou decisions on whites." Alterations t
school segregation in 1954 Texas continues to have and Additions d 3. Interest can ba aa low asSMW 4o..

and 1955" the SERB said in the highest number of Inte- .Let Us Demolish a car, and payments for aa
the December issue of its grated classes, with about OutHouse
Your Worn
-1'.. J. I>. Mack, lose long a. 34 months the lowest
Southern School News.It 25,000 compared with 18,000 and Build a
teller. Just eons la aa4 payments po lWe. Wo also make
said I that 31.927 last yes; SERB said. Vir- Lovely New Home
ask for is*, aa4 I71 be loans used to S
on cars
Negroes were ginia comes second and Florida Coll Us for Facts About up years
with whites at 143 comes third with 6,524 Building Clad to help ,...* old.
public colleges and universities Negroes in biracial classes.
in the H-state Southern According to the SERS Good Bonk Financing LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK
area. survey North Carolina had
The SERS said 126 of the 4,918 Negroes attending STANLEY BUILDERS, or MIAMI
South's 180 formerly all-white classes with whites this year;
colleges and universities had Georgia 1,337Arkansas 903; nnl fully Inlfiraltd bank In rat tnllrf SowiAnuf--
integrated this fall, and thata South Carolina, 260; Alabama latvrtd right here lit the Edison Financial Center

few whites were attending 94; and Mississippi 58. 6011 N.W 7th Awnw P1ton. 7594431i
classes at 17 of the South's The nuuioer 01 uc.cgrega- 888 N. E. 79th Street

predominantly Negro institu ted school districts increasedfrom Miami, Florida ....... .... ,JO M. ,.......,....;We4.a..4......srdw..
tions.A 406 to 604 from last I.epM ....'.)0..2...*.. S...a...she!.*.t eTHE ..... .' .

survey of official re- year. _________ 1::._ ___


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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, December ]19, 1964 I #

I. ONE MORE VOTEMetro's More Need to Participate

I II II I acting; manager Hoke Welch miss-

I ed becoming permanent by one vote on Monday in Study Discussion Groups

night. With only seven of the nine commissioners t
Commissioner Alexander Gordon ,t
-- present,
R. B. 8IGI8MUND KEKVKH, Kdltor and Publisher placed Welch's name in nomination and Dear Editor: December 9, 1964
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor Commissioner Thomas O'Malley seconded the Often, we as Negroes yearn for an opportunity to discuss
Member<< or the National Newspapers Publishers Association Commissioner Earl Starnes sug- frankly and without reserve many of the national and !Inal! I
motion. But issues that loom ever larger on our national and local
SUBSCRIPTION RATER deferral and won unanimous approval. of the scenes,
gested Program Division
ONB YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $9JOO FOREIGN 9M a The Study-Discussion of Continuant
Education sponsored by the University of Miami
Entered M Second Class Matter, August 9, 1WT at the Post Office Commissioner Gordon said he did vote wonderful opportunity for doing just. this. provides *
a* Miami, Florida, ender the act of March 8, 1879 wanted a unanimous vote.
he study-discussion meet
deferral because These weekly for ten I
Main Office at 8740 N.W. 15th ATenne-Pbone OX 1-44X1 Commissioner Harold Greene voted for defer- discussing some of the most important issues of our day week and
Downtown Officer III! N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR aII ral because two of the commissioners were absent dovering stimulating subjects drawn from the field of politics '
economics, and the arts. '
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can bert leaf the Besides the opportunity for the exchange of ideas and
world from racial and national antagonism when" It accords te Mayor Chuck Hall let it be known that he the meeting of interesting people,the opportunity for personal
every man regardless or race creed or color his human and developement is fairly obvious. Suffice it to say that the sub-
legal right Hating BO man, fearing no man-the Negro Press favors Welch.A ject materials provided are designed to acquaint each
strives to help every man in the firm belief that aU mea are participant '
in these study-discussion with
nut as long as anyone! Is held back. miss is said to be as good as a mile. groups the gist of the
that Act- subject matter to be discussed in a simple, straight-forward
However it now seems quite possible manner which is not unduly time consuming.No .
ing Manager Hoke Welch will be appointed to specific educational qualifications are required.. All
HOOVER AND THE KLAN the $30,000 a year manager's position.The one needs to bring to these courses is general intelligence
and willingness and eagerness to give and receive the ideas
Director J. Edgar Hoover of the Federal next meeting should tell the tale. freely.

Bureau of Investigation said. on Monday that -- Unfortunately at the last series of study-discussion
his organization has penetrated the Ku Klux METRO MUNICIPALITIESMetro groups I was the only Negro participating much to the dis
vs. I
Klan, very effectively in the South and that this appointment of aU the persons (some twenty six of these)
and the municipalities will prob- in my group. Th.s disappointment was expressed time and
has solve civil crimes.He
helped many rights ably measure arms again. On Monday the com- time again as all .?f the participants felt that the discussions

particularly mentions work in Alabama, mission passed the first reading of a county- could joined have in the been discussions.This reatly.enriched ifpnly Negro adults had I

Georgia A public hearing and final reading is number of scholarships being offered
courts. are to cover the en.
Director Hoover said, "In
bombings, as-
scheduled for January 12. tire cost of participating in these discussions and while they
saults and other atrocious crimes investigatedunder are not designed exclusively for prospective Negro participants I
the federal. civil rights statue, we have The code provides that all minor misde- I can assure the public at large that no Negro who applies
concentrated our primary efforts upon mem- meanors will be tried in Metro courts., need fear that his application will not be given careful t
bers and sympathizers of the Klan. This tech- attention and consideration. l 5
vice cases In I think it is safe that the
including to
Serious misdemeanors summary say planners of
nique had resulted in the solution of a numberof .'
Criminal C6urt this study-discussion program feel that the will
may be tried in Metro Court or program not
these crimes.
of Record.All be meaningfully successful until such time as opinion on the ;
issues of the day are drawn from all and i
quarters more particularly
He feels that there has been recently a
regulatory ordinances involving until the views of the Negro public are also reflected
phange in the attitude of many law abiding, citi- municipal in the study-discussion groups.
will be tried in
zens which caused them to feel revulsion to- zoning and licensing All inquiries regarding this program will be met with the
ward the Klan or anyone else connected with Metro Court.If greatest courtesy and helpfulness if only interested persons
this hate will contact Mrs. Leonard Silverman, StudY-Discussion Pro
group. adopted the ordinance becomes effec-
gram, Division of Continuing Education University of Miami
Hoover said that in the recent .arrests of tive February 11. Box 8005, Coral Gables, Florida, or Mrs. Silverman may be
21 persons in connection with the three civil State Attorney Richard E. Gerstein said contacted at MO 1-2511,extension 2355.1 can guarantee, from
my own experience, that such participation in these discuss.
righs workers killed in Mississippi last sum- ]his office will need more men if the penal codeis ion groups will be a deeply rewarding personal experience as
mer, we had the fullest cooperation of the Mississippi j adopted. well as an educational one.

Highway Safety Patrol and of the Gov- It will be difficult for one to seek in vain for his personal
ernor of Mississippi, Paul Johnson. interest among the various subjects treated.If one wants con
The Peace Corps can't offer
a career.
troversy then he can find controversy in such subjects as
Hoover personally opposes abolition of You serve only two years. But in the FOREIGN POLICY AND THE NUCLEAR AGE.. GREAT ISSUES
capital punishment "until a life sentence means Peace Corps, you'll learn more about yourselfthan IN AMERICAN POLITICS or he can simply be interestedin
life." you could learn anywhere else. More nott-controversy areas such as BASIC CONCEPTS FOR
parents toward understanding adolescents or he or she cu> t
about what you can do. More about what you
delve into the WORLD OF POETRY.
can give and what you can take. These and many other similar subjects are available as
SIT-INS FORGIVENThe There are over 300 different job categories in discussion couises.
the Peace Corps. There's always somethingto The choice is yours only choose to call Mrs. Silvermanor
write her and plunge headlong into Jascmating world of
U. S. Supreme Court's ruling on the
do. So if you want to start doing something ideas.
public accommodations section of the Civil
important join the Peace Corps. You can get Please act now as the registration for the new discussion -
Rights Act while beyond doubt is displeasingto
series is about to begin.
more information by writing the Peace Corps, group
many people is mighty. pleasing to many, Washington D.C. 20525.
many others. Sincerely,

President Johnson noting encouraging Donald Wheeler Jones

widespread compliance in the five months it has

been law, hopes that the rulings on Mondaywill

result in increased acceptance.John .

Lewis, chairman of the Student Non- Ite.1 -'

Violent Coordination Committee said the decision -

vindicated the thousands of demonstrators -
who made the civil rights bill not only possible '

but imperative. MILLER):

Moreton Rolleston, president of the Motel
Corporation thinks the decision was a sad day

for individual freedom.

Governor George Wallace calls the rulinga

staggering blow to the free enterprise sys- ILL-PLEASED WITH BACK-TO-

them and. suggests continued resistance. rtv Yr rr:

Mayor Ivan Allen of Atlanta said in his

\ opinion it was obvious the Congress had the AFRICA MOVEMENTS, HE TRIED, IN

I full right to take steps to eliminate discrimi- ,

nation against individuals on an interstate THE 1820'S, TO FORM A WORLD-WIDE

basis. '.

Governor Leroy Collins, director o f the

Federal Community Relations Service hopes CONFERENCE A UNION OF ALL

"we can now mount a solid program of full

compliance with the law. '

Donald Hollowell, Atlanta attorney for the ,

NAACP expressed hope that "we can all turn aE CALLED THE NEB SRO SANHEDRIN /

our concerted attention to promoting the gen-

eral welfare in other basic needs such as jobs,

James Farmer, national director of CORE AS ENEMIES
said sacrifices paid by demonstrators "can FAILED.

never be compensated, but America has begunto

pay its debt(to a courageo'us generation."
*lfc C Mtril-1,4f AC p u ..rif' --
** The court's ruling means that.some old sit.

In convictions are' iow reversed. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. "i( **... '
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MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, December 19, 1964 5

Senior Citizens Plan Inaugural BallThe I

Dade County Coun- County, from OJus tcr
cil for Senior Citizens has .Homestead. j
scheduled a gala Johnson- Be sure to come and
Humphrey Inaugural Ball enjoy our Christmas pro-
for the evening of Jan. gram with us. Rememberthe Holiday Season Specal !
CHATTER MATTER notch breeder of the fin- 22 at the Everglades Ho- date, Monday, Dec. 21,
est in race horses. tel main ball room in Mi- According to the state-
PRESIDENT J A N E Brooks was formerly ami. ment released by the
LEWIS and the membersof employed by the Whit- committee the entire affair WIG SALE
St. Veronica's Guild of ney chain. The program also includes is being financed by
the Church of the Transfiguration a solid hour of top public} donations, and the
held Its 2nd notch entertainment by
I seniors are seeking more
annual Autumn Leaves after RETURN5NC an extended stay HOME; in night club TV performers. support for this event. For Demonstration wig from our Ft. Lauder Presentation on Sunday
New York Sarah The ticket reservations and
Review. City wee committee is now
13 A Book further details contact the
Ann Jackson, Mt s. Emma working on arrangementsto
JOHNNIE !JENKINS, Nelson Bain ,Bud her have" a long distance Council office at 3639 NW
juvenile court worker of adorable!' grand-daughter, telephone message piped 15th Ave., or telephone r
Atlanta, Ga., spent a weekIn little Chairs MIll "', into the ballroom from them at 633-1973.
the house- President Johnson and
our city ,as Lirthdays
guest of Mamie Gill. Last CELEBRATING as well as the holi-- Gov Haydon Burns. Kappa NotesThe

Friday evening Mamie day season will be Clara The Council, a non- last regular meet-
hosted a group of friendsfor ing of the Miami Alumni (
Underwood, Aida P. profit
organization la
chat before Johnnie's dt ; V1
a Chapter of Kappa (
Welch and Elry Sands on made up of delegates Alpha
Sat- representing
departure on Dec. 19; Slalne Clarke, about 20 com- Psi was held at the homeof
urday. 20; James Bowman Sr., munity citizen clubs, all Bro and Mrs. Oscar
GET WELL* wishes to 22; Willie Finley, 23; Oli non profit organizations, Edwards. ,r
I l Ida Taylor Ratciffe, prin- vette B. Ross and John- with a county-wide mem- Bro. Edwards showed a
cipal of Brownsville ny Culmer 21; lla Jordan, bership approximating 1928 Kappa Journal dur-
Junior High who is 111 at Garlee Smith and Deloris 20,000 seniors, all permanent ing the meeting. We all
Baptist Hospital. Collier on Dec. 25. residents of Dad e enjoyed looking through

liLONEVA COSIiII It and Bro. Walden Harris 49.95 Cash
made pictures of the
of New York City is home THE NICEST THING Wheatley Annual group.
for the Christmas holidays -
with her parents Mr. ABOUT CHRISTMAS Christmas The (business sessionwas 100% Human Hair Made in Europe
and Mrs. Alonzo Kelly of very Inspiring and
I Liberty City. TU.nEIE: many ProgramThe ul pautnofpejulaaw aqi Original price from $169 and up
things about Christmas.It Phyllis Wheatley harmony and good will
ilLIIEUT STYLE was I is the gayest day of Family Invites you to attend to all.
among seven officers and the gay Season, a periodof Its annual Christmas
employees with the distinction good cheer when program, Monday, Dee We were treated to a DISCOUNT WIGS INC.
of having l been greetings litke'on extra 21 at 8 p.m. The third grand repast served buffet
associated with Miami warmth making strangers grade class under the style.

Beach First than National 25! less distant, forging direction of Mrs. Florreda: The next meeting will 5904 NW 7th AVE., MIAMI
(Bank for more bonds of friend-
stronger will a be
Gainey present held at the home of
bank held
years as the ship between friends,
play. The music will be Bro. Homer Thompson,
Silver Anniversary week. celebration strengthening the ties rendered by the first and 15730 NW 157th St., Opa- TELEPHONE 758-7693
this of love and comradeship second grade classes.MARRIAGE. locka, Dec. 19 at 8 p.m.-
between dear .
.MAI'DK: HKII attended ones.It H. Ammons, reporter.

i an Hi ban League confab is a day of merriment -
i In Washington, !U. C. then and happiness: when
stopped off In Atlanta. for voices around the family Miss Delores Ethel .
a week-end with the L. hearth sing out the old Smith, daughter of Mrs.
i K. (Evelyn) Frazlers. but ageless carols of 'Beatrice Smith was mor-
;Maude Is "still talking Yule the tender and rled to Clarence Brown,
thrill of shaking son of Harold E. Brown
about solemn carols of Yule
hands. with President and the late Mrs. Winifred
, which acquire( added
Lyndon B. Johnson.IIKAIt ; meaning\ In the singer's Brown Wednesday evenIng -
December 9th.
heart each and
: TELL: that lllcliiinl every
time they are sung It Is Attendants wore Mrs.
(l>lc-k) Wallace Is 111it
Our allay of giving and l'C- Freddie M. Bethel and Mr.
Mercy Hospital. sent c.oelvlnw en even the Alfred Strachan. Tho Rev rGEft.
cheeriest wishes are most modest gift can t ise-- L. A Thompson officiated.
your way Richard. come a prized tl'taSUI'e.More .
Along with the parents ?
EX: 1 1) (( 1'1'61)' than
! her chillll'l'n monetary of the bride and groom
SOX and two of -
value the
measures sentiment were the following guests:
and Wesley Jr.
last concealed beneath Messrs. Charles L. Mob-
Nassau, spent In Mi- bright wrappers and ribbons ley, Harold E. Brown Jr.,
shopping at this time of the Harold E, Brown 111,
yearIt Livingston Smith; Mr. and
..a'I<:I\'X LOUISE: l).\- Is' nice this day to Mrs. Dewey Knight,
VIS and Billy Sedan! remember with gladness( Mesdames Ethel Smith
have decided to make the Nativity, to reaffirmour (the bride's grandmother),
their wedding a Yuletide faith In the Saviour's\ Odessa Filllams, Eva Make every day a holiday
event on Dec 2U at St. teachings, to he gratefuland Humes, Miss Frances
Luke'H Church. humble that in a dark Brown and Miss Stephanie I
and fearsome world alight Brown. "
LOCAL JACK and JILL was lit that has' given with a gift
members enjoyed a weekend mankind warmth and Mrs. Evelyn Floyd, Mar-
of activities. National courage along the shaded tha Clark, and Cora Olllespte -
Installation services were corridor) of time. were guest for Din-
: held Friday night at the ner and dancing at the
home of Harriet Hart, a One of the nicest things Hampton House last Sat- :
cocktail party on Saturday about. Christmas: is to he urday night, compliments
night at Marie able to extend again to of their district manager
Brown's and a Sunday you and yours best wishes Mr. L. L. Green, the trio
afternoon get-together for for the Holy Season\ expressed an enjoyable iI
the children Ol'lTY1'- and may all the blessings evening, there were two i
lington is president of of Providence enrlchen other guest absent of the i
I the local group.HKCIXALO your life.-Arizona Highways group. All are .jemployees I
<< 11)54. of Bonded Rental Agency,
: V A lr- . .
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house and Rosalyn Smith ,
from Talladega. Phone 633-3015

School of Musical Arts \ BLANCODRIVING '
presented its 1004 Fall. ,
Concert on Saturday ,
evening, Dec. 12 in the
Cassanova Room of the I PI
Deauvllle Hotel. Among I YEAR-ROUND REVERSE4YCLE
Brenda Beneby, Flossie j SCHOOL
Woodard Wlsonia Brown,
Joy Matthews, Veulah
Johnson, David Boone and 2607 West FUgler St.

Roland Thomas. 1 Miami, Florida Give a lasting gift which the whole family can enjoy. A major electric appliance

CORING COOPER McPIIEE Miami's tint integrated extends the good wishes of Christmas to the other 11 months. of the year...
and daughter of for years to come.

Poughkeepsle, N.Y. vaca- driving school Flame less electric appliances are a big step in modern living. They're clean,
tioned In Miami with the We help with the
Ben Coopers. During yon efficient, and economical to operate-the last word in style, beauty, and super
oral and written
their visit they enjoyed a qnentlonna safety. Popular, practical, preferred, and appreciated. So give better this
cruise to Nassau in the alto Christmas...and the whole family will live better all year 'round-electrically!

Bahamas. Cathy McKinn.y

"))OL- BROOKS n popular Instructor
figure with the opposite -
sex "is back in town." Dr. Gutierrez -T&i&f Moat J/fa ftameless. ufafiZe <6t*#. <2
Brooks, who has missed Jay / er
two Florida seasons on ...AND QlfT'OlVINO, TOOl
account of Illness halls C H I fail'H \( I / H '.
from New York and now FLORIDA POWER ft LIGHT COMPANY
I i.. employed by the 2200 N.W. 36 St. -- Ph.634-1117 I i' :; HELPING BUILD LOAlOA . .
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, December 19, 1964 7

I Third Attack on St. Augustine College 1

Social Center of the South" I

Students ReportedST. -

AUGUSTINE A student at Florida

Memorial College here was felled by a blow ,

from behind early Sunday morning while or-

dering a coffee and hamburger "to go" at a
local refreshment stand, it was reported Monday -

by the office of FMC President R. W. Pur-
MONDAY Baked Imported Ham with Fruit Sauce
year. Potatoes & Vegetable

The student, sophomore John Phillips of TUESDAYS Hot Roast Beef Open-Face Sandwich
Chiefland, Fla., suffered a severe laceration of Mashed Potatoes

The jaw, inflicted by brass knucks or heavy WEDNESDAY Golden Fried Long Island Scallops
ring and .. Tartar Sauce- Potatoes & Vegetable
required a umber of stitches, the
President's report added. : THURSDAY Smothered Pork Chop
Yellow Rice & Vegetable
This was the third, instance of racial per- .
fRIDAY Baked Red Snapper Creole
secution to be levelled at FMC\ students during Potatoes & Vegetable

recent weeks, according to Pres. Puryear. t SATURDAY) Southern Style Chicken Dumplings
Lashing out at the continued existence of \ Vegetable

widespread anti-Negro feeling in the Ancient I

City, which he said virtually makes Florida Memorial SUNDAY FAMILY I DINNERS s'95'

"a college without country," Puryear

stated"It is intolerable that such dastardly acts CMIcfrtn 'A price

of violence be perpetrated with impunity, par- :.t
ticularly at this Christmas season dedicated to

,the Prince of Peace. It is no good for people to

sing carols and hang holly if they carry in their

hearts big guns of animosity toward their fellow -

Referring to the City's Quadricentennial Again on Nov. 20, another student, Willie

Celebration scheduled for next year, Pres. Pur- Epps, of Forsysth, Ga., was attacked and, beaten -
year ventured the opinion that "there is no by a white man while using a sidewalk Choice of Appetizer or Soup
Chefs Salad Dressing
phone booth. The license number of the assailants' -
point in attempting to stage it unless the many
car was, turned over to police, but they Choice of ENTREES
fair-minded citizens
of St. Augustine assert
1. ROAST VERMONT TURKEY, Cranberry Sauce
,themselves and dispell the ill-winds of anti- said it was "of no use. 2, BARB-QUE BABY RIBS-Lean & Meaty
Negro hatred still being fanned in certain of- At special call meeting of FMC's facultyand 3. BAKED SWISS STEAK, Jardlnere
4, HAWAIIAN HAM STEAK (Smoked Imported Ham)
ficial and unofficial quarters." student body Dec. 14 it was resolved tc
send a delegation, headed by Pres. Puryear to Choice ofi
Failure of law enforcement agencies to effectively Vegetables and PotatoesHot
protect the rights of Negroes has cost the city commission meeting scheduled that Rolls & Butter

the college, as well as the business communityvery night, to protest unbridled violence in the cityas Dessert & Beverage

dearly, he said. A consequent drop in en- it effects FMC students BREAKFAST SERVED All DAY

rollment this year was a decided factor in the outside city hall while the meeting was in pro- WEEKDAY DINNERS SERVED FROM 5 '.M.

economic plight which caused FMC to be placed The st'udent body further resolved to stand 100'Air Conditioned e Free Parking e Call NE 3-0611

on accreditation probation recently, he ad- gress, to register its silent protest. 4200 NW. 27th AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA
Amrl'.tn t 1"r*" C/Ns He"e rN
ded. Given advance notice, Police Chief Virgil

Formal complaints describing Sunday's at- Stuart, said : "I'm telling you not to do it."

tack upon Phillips have been filed with the St. - -.. __ ____________________________A_____________________
Augustine police department, St. Johns Coun- Last Call for Job

ty sheriff's department, local FBI and Depart- Training r For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
ment of Justice In Washington, the report
Unemployed people{ are
1 Iwlnp offered their last
he was assaulted without provocation by a training with pay by the 1AL
followed him into hamburger Florida State Employment BONDED 4CiT
f' white man who a Service as this training 4 yJ'k.pj
';.; stand located on West King Street. will no longer he availihln :

The assailant escaped in a car driven by said Harry L. Tvwm

an accomplice, and descriptions of the men and Manager Miami Metropolitan for the( FSES Area RENTAL

car have been turned over to the authorities.
said that the
: TyRon
Taken to Flagler :Memorial Hospital, Phillips Employment Service Is

encountered Dr. Hardgrove Norris. Des- looking for 110 unemployed I

pite entreaties by Pres. Puryear, Dr. Norris refused men and women t o AGENCYINC.

to give Phillips emergency treatment, take Job training cooks. a* hotel commercial -

saying he was "off duty and just leaving." It housemen hospital orderlIes I

111 was several hours before another physician arrived sale! persons, u n d
and made the necessary stitches.An factory machine operator '
*. The largest collection and rental
earlier incident occurred during the

f Thanksgiving holidays, when Pres. Puryear People taking this training -
agency in the South operating InHlY
will he paid $27.00 to ;
and, driver to deliver Lebanese .r
I assigned his car a J7.00: n week If qualified

FMC student to Palatka, where he was to iind ull of the training will [ Dade and Broward Counties'

be met by other foreign students to attend a start on Jnnuary i, 1005, L. I*. nitOOKBrrealdent
machine :
Baptist convocation at Silver Springs.In except for factory
operators which atari on !
Palatka, the pair were accosted and interrogated February 15. 1905.
by a city policeman for no other r Interested people should I GKOIUJK; I'. IIAIITII, General Manager
reason than their differing race, Pres. Puryear rnntfift any of the FSES' MAINTAINING MORE THAN
reported. office! In Miami Immediately MANAGING AND
If they wish to : HOUSING UNITS
take this training or cull
SKovId Florida MI.orlalolllgi .177-2-111 for Information : Bonded also has employment service at main office

T.VHOII salrl. 4150 N.W. 7th AvenueA

( be Moved to Miami? ISLAND HOPPING under mil time public relnllonii Drpt. to Mulct yon In coifing yer problem

tokenism. Reverse tokenism."If sail, carefree vacation Pin a fleet of curt firing door to door .errlc. for tenant conrenlene
In a discussion last Thursday cruises for 2 to 0 guests and Sundays for service call PL 9-8739
night over whether a Negro I said the same thing to aboard furnished On nights emergency
new fully -
about Miami Beach High MAIN OFFICE
college should be brought to you Interracial.
yacht. Captain
Dade CoiuUv two Miami civic you'd probably laugh in my Scrlbner (licensed) PL 9-87:
leadera whu have worked together face and you'd be right in 371-4540. A. Scrlbner, 21 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue
on civil rights plans doing so!" NW S liver Drive. D20 Vandalism done by a few la expensive to all. Pleaa* help na stop tfclannnerennary

found themselves in opposite Biscayne The debate Terrace was Hotel held, where in the 0 evil -- C. A. 'AK'khart, I'abllc Relations Plrertor

corner. "If invite this college
Council on Human
Graham 275
The of Rev.the Edward Mt. Zion Baptist Relations were dinner guests. to Miami in to years I will 1183 If.If. Srd Are ...,........ PR 3-8l1e 17.123 flocneetead Ave

pastor Church and president of the Graham, chairman of the show crime you rate a,"reduction Graham in said.your I67S N.W ttnd 14*. ............ OX 0-2467 I'errlne ...................-............... CK i-ul
board of trustees of the college, HamnaondTllle Bd.
Greater Miami Interdenominational student "We are faced with a treat Grand Av*. ........._ HI 6'O'D
Ministerial Alliance said 70 per cent of the deal of social antipathy In MO Pompano ................................ WWI 3-J
said that Florida Memorial body comes Droward.from Dade"the me Palm ga- St. Johns County and in St.! 140 "'.W. tTth A,.. .......-... MB4 I42H N.W. 22nd Aye.
is an Beach-
College"open",in integrated St. Augustine i institution pol i.." Augustine" he said. "We! 1020 N.W. Tth ,,\. ............... ItS ,m Opa-lockji .....-..__.......,? MTJ 5-lilt
said that the transfer find it difficult to raise money!
..having three white studentsnow" He there." ,
of 400' would be a "sodoeconomicadvantale" #'i, .
out some
Dade school to Dade County Gordon, president of! II CONVgNISNT. LOCATIONS TO ftBRVB YOU t
Jack Gordon and "M ?_;
Washington Savings Loan
that cent of the 0'"f
adding per
board member who opposes the 2OM'Jr4' I
is white said Florida Negroes"deserve\ e Ct. .PR 1.IN J
college '
of the
students faculty ,
move,rebutted: Three end need the best inj irkx.
hold doctorate -
doesn't mean a school (is inte- and 53 per cent education." t.4 "
grated in my book. That's degrees. ..


Angry! Reaction Follows Freeing of Suspects in Miss.

fuse to accept a low enforcement officer's report of a signed
BRO WARD U.S. Seeks Federal Indictments confession in a preliminary hearing, Is totally without precf
C. B. Blount, fire chief dent."
seports the Carver Ranch MERIDAN.MI.s. (NPIA) shock wove of anger swept Judge Cox still has not announced if he will heed

COUNTYNEWS Fire Department to around the world when a minor Mississippi official Ignoredmore Kotunboch'. plea to convene a grand |uryto hear the charge.
meet Friday, Dec. 18 at work and freed 19 of who threatened all
than six month of painstaking FBI Cox Is the same judge to { Katienbach I In
Fire House on 44th Ave. three
21 white men arrested In connection with the deaths connection with civil rights hearings.
and 21st St.
civil right worker Thus, only seven days after white suspects were arrt.
The Carver Ranchesand The Star Light LodgeNo. The other two suspects were later freed on government ted for slaying I Michael Schwerner, Andrew Goodman and
the recommendations. James Chaney, they walked out of the courthouse laughing
Park Home Association 542 will meet at
Hide Nicholas
Masonic Hall Friday, Dec. Stunned by the action, Acting U.S. Atty.-Gen. and joking..free men.
will have its
last meeting for the 18 at 8 p.m. All members Katienbach Immediately asked U.S. District Judge Harold Cox The suspects, Including Neshoba County Sheriff Lawrence
the Carver Ranches yearat please he present.Rowe's to reconvene a grand jury to hear charge against the suspects. Ralney I and his deputy, Cecil Price, refused to make any
touched off the furor I la a gray-haired
The who statement to newsmen.
Park at SW 1st St. at 48th person
Ave.. Please Join us for a Barber Shops spinster, said to be In her early 60MI Ether Carter, U.S. Present at the hearing was Mrs* Fannie Chaney, mother
friendly get-together. All and I Eleanor Salon of Commissioner In Merldon. of the Negro member of the slain trio. She walked out of the
citizens and friends are Beauty are wishing all The action came at a repllmlnary hearing where the FBI rooms In tears after Miss Carter's ruling.
welcome, also children. their patrons and friends disclosed that It had obtained a written confession from one
Refreshments will be and relatives a very of the white men, Horace Doyle Barnette, 25, a former Meridian Charles avers, brother of slain rights leader Mtdjor
served. Merry Christmas and u truck driver. Evers, sold the ruling was typical( of Mississippi I justlct.I
Happy New Year. Miss Carter ruled the confession would be h.r.ay and CORE Issued a statement denouncing the ruling as "on.
The South Broward daughter lnadml *obl. unless Bornett. were In the courtroom and the other example of the chaos anarchy rampant In Mississippi"
VFW Post No. 8195 will The of Mrs. courtroom' and the confession was produced.When Roy Wilkins, NAACP executive secretary said: "We art
hold its regular meetingthis Annie :Mae Williams of Justice Dept. Atty. Robert Owen attempted to cite- deeply shocked, as we are certain most American of oil
Sunday, Dec. 20 at Danla (Bernice) will be cases where such evidence had been accepted In preliminary races are. We can only hope that the federal grand jury will receive >
5:30: p.m.11 members are married to Cecil Butler Jr. hearings, Miss Carter cut him off. and study the FBI evidence In this case and take appropriate *
asked to be present. Har- of Hallandale Sunday, Dec. Owen could have sustained the government's case bypresenting action to see that (justice Is done."
20 5 the homeof
L. Newton of 4417 SW at p.m. at he refused reveal too muchof
ry other evidence, but to Barnett, said "Miss Carter
Mississippi-Gov. Ross : It o
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
26th St. Joins the VFW. When he sold he would produce no "
Butler, 812 Pembroke Rd. the case at this point. highly Intelligent, fair and honorable woman.
Is also scout masterof
Scouts of this Reception follows cere- more evidence, Miss Carter set the defendant free. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., In Europe to receive the 1964
Boy the
said that "in
mony. Angry Justice Department personnel Nobel Peace Prize declared: "Demonstrations and boycotts
area. experience of the deportment, for a U.S. commissioner to re- will be staged In Mississippi I I I and Alabama very shortly."
He called the Carter'ruling a "tragedy" and sold steps

I have already been taken to boycott a Mississippi piano manu
King Accepts Nobel Peace Prize facturer. "No colored musician will play their pianos, ond no
Negro will buy their products"h added.Dr. .
King said that "the forces of good will of the nation"
I $54,600 Pledged to Civil Rights refuse to accept the cy- will be asked to withdraw their economic support from all
notion that nation after Mississippi products and commodities.FBI .
Dr. Martin Luther King received citation was for "non-violent" to discover must spiral down a mili- Agent Henry Rash, Atlanta, was the government wit.
the $54,600 Nobel leadership in the civil rights peace," stairway into the hell ness who told of obtaining the confession from Barnette aftir
Peace Prize in Oslo, Norway, movement. "If this I destruction. six months of thorough Investigation of the slaying He laid
on November 10. He has pled- "Martin Luther King's man must believe that unarmed Barnette, who was arrested In Louisiana, made the confession
ged to make the award a dona- name will endure for the way conflict a and unconditional love after three days of Interrogation by FBI agents In November.
tion to the cause of civil he has waged his struggle, jects the final I word in Miss Carter hod two choices at the hearing. She could
rights in the United States."I personifying in his conductthe retaliation. ... is right tempora- bind the suspect over to a grand jury, or free them on the
accept this award withan words that were spoken to "The is stronger than basis of evidence presented.The .
abiding faith in Americaand mankind: "Whosoever shall has led from ."
an audacious faith in the to Oslo parents and his Meridian hearing has once again brought into thorp
smite thee
on thy right cheek,
focus the strained relations between the U.S. and
future of mankind" said the turn to him the other alsb," sat in the front seats of
clergyman.!. Jahn said in making the pre- truth."This (is auditorium. the state of Mississippi.
"I refuse to accept dis- sentation. millions of

the pair ambiguities as the final of response history."to "Martin struggle Luther has been King's wagedin unarmed nity.ing.tofind This a . . . *

Ounnar Jahn, chairman of his own country. Its result opened for
the Norwegian Nobel Prize has been that an obdurate, new era of *
Committee, presented the centuries old and traditional "It has I '
check and a diploma at a ceremony conflict is now nearing i its rights bill ,.
at Oslo University. solution." convinced
.t The Rev. King is the third King said he accepted the and .. ,.
Negro in history to receive prize on behalf of the civil i i way of y..'. ..., ''. :
this award, the others beingDr. rights cause. white men .'..,..:....'.b'<,.; 'r'l*'!i ''.. t. flV. .,_. C;{1: '"."".,' *
Ralph Dunche and Albert "Sooner or I later all the bers create ..t, 'r':(,I ir.. -:- ',' .' .,I
Luthuli of South Africa. The people of the world will have come their f. :... ,1 "1* ..,w; *
$ y;i
1 !

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Urban League Announces ,
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The Greater Mami Ur- Rate of pay. Usual poised .' \ .. lfj':', *
ban League Is currently starting salary is $85 per and aWe to fl, .t
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recruiting Interested and week. Person may earn others. '..,., ..'t ""'- "
experienced persons for up to $4,500 per year. 1 '. >> ; JIIf'
the following positions: The .:
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Positions are also open $358 per ,
Butcher, )Makers counter- for Junior Accountants. 'r ... -
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men (grill or salad) and Interested persons must Aige I M 1Ii' 'l' "..
head breakfast chefs. meet the following qualifications high I. 'g 1
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must have a mini- Education: College grad- Previous jklWe're
mum of one year's exper- uate with degree or the aviation .
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preferred. Must be neat, Successful applicants mustbe '- : /( ,.
well groomed, alert and reliable, accurate, alert, aptitude

industrious. mathematically adept. ary Salary.for 'l' :., ,.

$2.23 per .'I. ,.....' *
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The Peace Corps brings $3.03 per ';' *
of the ij'f..\
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idealists down v
I to earth. *f4sT #" *

," comes not jumping the gun on'wishing i i ,you a *
the rate of
,,'Q with Christmas ,

I' maximum *
1 hour In a !:
capacity.The *

t, I t'a just our way of letting you know that you j.JC .

of Each four until December 22 to get Greet-
r rt '. the-job JC your Holiday *

,- ent plant, t ad in for The Miami Times' Christmas issue to *

,,!ii l;"11.,'- J. r,.I'; dition thereto to ) published Wednesday, December 23rd. 1

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? You could join. For information, write fied prepared ads. *

'/: The Peace Corps, Washington D.C. 20525 tD) tact Frank *

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, December 19, 1964 9Entertainment

I World Mourns Singer Sam Cooke I


I Elected to Board of IntegratedHenry Democrat Club Phil OssoferReserve CHICAGO (NPI-The city that groomed Sam Cooke and
launched him on the glittering road to fame and fortune said a
Givens 24yearold In Goulds and a former stunned tragic and tender goodbye to its slain idol this week.
Richmond Heights student at Mornlngslde Life, it seems, is Impossible The singer's body was flown Chicago from Los Angeles
man has been elected to College, Sioux City, Iowa. to live without Thursday afternoon, following an inquest.
serve on the board of directors He is owner of a restau- 'afflictions. Some are due Thousands visited the A.R. Leak Colonial chapels, on
of the Dade Count rant and to our own actions, suchas
manager of DixIe your Chicago's Southside, Thursday afternoon and early evening to
space now getting Indigestion from
Young Democrats. It Land Liquor Store. for pay last respects to the famous recording star.Cooke.s .
the first time in Florida your Holiday Greeting overeating, going broke
body was flown back to Los Angeles for burial
The Dade gambling and losing our
that a Negro has County Young I in our big immediately following final rites
this office Democrats integrated their Special equilibrium drinking too Thursday night at Tabernacle
held club two years and Christmas Edition. much. Daptist Church. The church was jammed by hundreds
:Mr, Givens is a graduate there are now about ago 20 from all walks of life, including many celebrities.The .
of Mays High School Negro members. Other afflictions are from 33-year-old singer was shot to death last week by a
God bestowed upon us to Los Angeles motel manager, Mrs. Bertha Lee Franklin, who
"sharpen" us spiritually. told I police Cooke kicked in the door of her apartment in
When all goes well, we search of a Eurasian girl he had met in a Los Angeles bar.

may forget our Heavenly The girl, Lisa Boyer, 22, of British-Chinese ancestry,
Father, but when affliction told police Cookw had "kidnapped" her after she had accep-
BE strikes, we turn to ted an offer of a ride home from a bar and forced her to go to
Tan, Hbpics Him, the only helper. His the motel. Miss Boyer said she grabbed most of the singer's
tests cause us to decide clothes and fled, when he went to the bathroom.
between Him and the
SOMEONE The 55-year-old motel manager said Cooke accused her of
world.If harboring Miss Boyer and struck her twice with his fists. She

we sincerely professto fired three shots. One struck the singer in the chest.
SPECIAL! love God and to follow Police said Cooke's wife, Barbara was hysterical when
f- His path, afflictive tests they went to his home in Hollywood. With her were their two
Nightingale graduates.. do become a normal part of small children. A third child, Terry 4, drowned in the swimming -
specialized work in the life. Our claim must be pool of their home last June. Mrs. Cooke is reportedly
rare of the sick the established by our actions expecting another child.
aged; and the hrlplfM. our works which Sam Cookt's melodic and versatile voice carried him
Every day the demand prove our faith. from the sidewalks of Chicago's "Black Belt" to the plush 'e
for qualified personnel to and glamour of Hollywood.
perform this valuable These tests are like unto -
Originally a gospel singer, the famed entertainer was
Kervlre grow greater and the sharpening of a
greater. Nightingale- knife in a grindstone. If able to handle Rock 'n* Roll and popular tunes with ease.
lege trains and qualifies it be brittle and unbend- He sang with groups of boyhood chums on the street cor-
you to join/ the many ing, 'It wilt break, but If ners poolrooms around 36th Street and Ellis Avenue in Chi-
other Nightingale graduates It Is flexible, the afflictive cago.
that are performingthis action of t h grindstone His rise to fame began as a gospel singer with the Soul
much needed 'erylce.An will transform it into a Stirrers in Chicago.
n Nightingale graduate sharp tool, fit to do the The son of a minister and one of eight childrenfourboys
you can rhoo your work of its creator. and four girls-Cook was an idol of the younger set. The
job .,ollr hour the Cooke youngsters were members of their father's church choir
time you want to work Thus, God's afflictions and later appeared at neighborhood social functions as "The
You car njoy the knowledge upon us are a blessing In Singing Children.
tlhft you are doinga disguise for through them Cooke made several television appearances and sang the
valuable job, the training the dullness of self is motion "
theme song in the picture, "Houseboat, starring Cary
IN Him, pie and can be ground away and the Grant and Sophia Loren.
adapted to jour conven sharpness of His wisdom His current record hit, "Cousin of Mine," boostedCooke.s
ience. Call for an enables us to slice away
appointment total sales past the 10 million mark.
the dross and worldlness
today and find His first hit was "Darling, You Send Me," recorded in
out how very easy It la to which separate us from 1955.

qualify for this valuable Him. Cooke owned a music publishing company and had an

training. Hpeclal for mother hoar.arranged "A Df OFF FOR YOUR SILVER WEDDING I? An ancient ,Chinese Interest in a recording firm. His agents said,none of his
proverb states, "The gem 250,000 copies.
Day or Bight claasea. Women DO I HAVE TO PUT UP WITH THIS EVERY cannot be polished with- lie was scheduled to open an engagement Christmas Eve
up to :5 eligible. No
out friction, nor man per- in Miami Beach.
[ urY'NrIL. E.rvtcr
high school ne- TWENTY FIVEYEAitS?
diploma -
fected without trials. A brother L.C. Cooke of Chicago, is also a singer and
CuarJ'w tuition paymenu. -The fire of God's afflictive recording artist.
--- tests burns: away, self,

Phone 377-0294 I rj -----------, "fly afflictions God Is
spoiling us of what other-
Nightingale I I.j wise might have spoiled
College CARNATION a us. When He makes the
world too hot for us to

111 S. Miami A... I COOKING HINTS hold, we let go." (T. Pow- 6r j ji
ell.) ;
Mi*. It W. lloamcabook
It. N. Director !

I i nOfAllt SCOTT 2 Get 10 Year
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1 Serve sunny-bright Sunshine Topped Upside-Down Sentences for

Cake at your very next coffee "Match" gathering. .. I

The tender cake is that way because it's made with Jail AttackTen I

new Velvetized Carnation Evaporated Milk. Velve-

4j tized Carnation is creamier and smoother than regu years' sentence eachin ;,. ,

lar milk-and twice as nutritious. Do try Carnation state prison was given two
in Sunshine Topped Upside-Down Cake. Your men charged with perverted I II
soon I
sexual attack another prisoner
it. on
friends-and family too-will enjoy a 17-year-old boy in 1 1r 1I

r the Dade County jail I
Alfred Alexander Rolle 1

28, and Nelson Walker 19
were sentenced by criminalCourt
Judge Jack Turner after 1

'.. he found them guilty of a PATRICIA KING 1
: crime against nature. the Miami Business Col-
al "I am presently enrolled at
r ,"" The youth was forced to
perform an unnatural act by !... and am taKIng the ..cr...'...-boolske.ping i

five other prisoners. ,Joseph course. This will prepare me for numerous high .
Russell Harris, 19,one of the 1
others, was also sentencedto paying job oppoVtunilUs In business and civil. serlc -

10 years imprisonment.The .. Why don't you call or send for ..,...*..ao.
other two I
; a 1 ,Leon Naylor, 18, and Merman ....."?"

Tyrone trial.Williams, 17, areian'aitinj ,.

i.. Exciting Job Miami Business College i

... OpportunitiesAbroad. 111 So. Miami Avenue :

Phone 377.0294
COLLEGE (Makes 13 x 9 x 2-lnch pan)

III S. MIAMI AVE. 1 cup toftn.d butter '/, cup chopped pecans Low Pay. .

MIAMI, ?A.i 2'/j cups biscuit mix
1 cup firmly packed 1 in 4 Qualify.
1 full Information about courses
brown cup sugar Please .nd your
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10 THE MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, December 19, 1964

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'Y.TEMPLE BAPTISTThe MT. CALVARY M. B. NEW MACEDONIARev. Emancipation Proclamationto St. Matthews

male chorus will Rev. S. Atchison, pastor Roscoe Jackson Women Raise

render service this Sun- Constance Carter, reporterOn pastor

day during the morning behalf of the Home Willie J. Beard, reporter be Observed $1942The

:and evening. Mission of Mt, Calvary 3165 NW 50th Street Woman's Day Com-

Services on ChristmasEve Baptist Church I would mittee made its final report
The officers and mem- in particular the status of
will begin at 10:30.: like to thank for Mrs. M.
you your of $1,942.65.
that first
bers of New Macedoniawish the Negro to of
with a prayer and testimonial cooperation ir helping to to thank each and Wallace, chairman; Mrs.
meeting.The make their anniversary a who class citizenship. Ingrati- Elizabeth Russell cochairman -
everyone came out
tude is one of the worst
success. and all workersare
last Friday to our pastor'sAppreciation
choirs are making The Pastor's Aid Board Program. sins that a man can commit to be commended for

elaborate preparation for will celebrate its anni- their splendid work.

the Christmas program.All versary Dec. 20. The The pastor and family

members are urged to board has made plans for especially wish to thank Therefore, January 1, Special thanks go to

attend rehearsal and parents an enjoyable feast, so Rev. W. M. Slater and congregation 1005, a t Greater Bethel Mrs. Lillian Clark who
are asked to send raised the amount of
won't you please come of Day SpringM
A.M.E. Church, from 11-
their children on time to out? Everyone is cordially 13. Church, Rev and hour $209.
\2 a.m. (one ) w e
practice for their cantata. invited them
to help Sister Orlen Taylor of
will observe the signingof
Fund Com-
celebrate the anniversary. Jordon Grove and ,f ,r" The Building
RIDGEWAYChurch every- this great document, mittee wishes to expressits
Remember that we as
one that was present.
i the Proclamation o f
Christians should always appreciation to everyone -
of God of Prophecy pray and visit the sick Again we all say thanksto Emancipation, by immortal who helped in their
Elder H. L. Cox, reporter Abraham Lincoln.
and shut-ins. each of you. recent drive. Winner of

Greetings from the extend the portable televisionwas
We to every per-
Services last
Ridgeway Church. The FRIENDSHIP M. B. Sundaywere son the invitation to come Mark Haywood. Sec-

;, pastor, officers and mem- as usual. The pas- and worship with us this ond and third place win-
Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor tor and one of his assocI- ners were Ellen Marshalland
bers wish to welcome you one hour.:The speaker for
Ruby Lee Carr. reporterWe ates were in charge along Mildred Gay respectively -
to season activity of this occasion will be the
with choirs No. 1 and 2
the church. You are Invit- were so elated over and ushers No. 2. itt Rev. E. C. Hatcheer, .

ed to come and enjoy the having our pastor's uncle Presiding Bishop of the The Junior Church Is

Christmas blessing withus. from Los Angeles, Calif., On Friday, Dec. 18 the Eleventh Episcopal District planning a Christmas Can-

There will be a place the Rev. T. J. Jenkins, Sun. Light Pall _BearersSociety embracing Florida tata on Sunday evening,
who delivered
for you and every mem- our morning No. 99 will hold BISHOP HATCHEROn and the Bahamas. Bishop Dec. 20 to be presented
ber of your family. So sermon which was enjoyed Its installation service at Hatcher has traveled the 7 service.
during p.m.
come and bring the whole t by all and the pastor Macedonia. Rev. C. J, January 1, 1863, one quite extensively in the The public is cordially invited -

family. have was very pleased also Burney, pastor of New of the most historic pro- work of the church. For to attend. Mrs. Eve-
to his
brother from
Also our pastor was under California. Come to church, Providence will be the lamations affecting the four years h e presidedover lyn Bethel is directing the

the weather but have faith lifted. We speaker. Negro of America, w a the Fourteenth Epis- play and Deacon J. G,
thank God he is doing your Abraham Lin- copal District in West
have Uy Smith !is in charge of
are always happy to Sunday the pastor with
fine now continue to Africa and did tremendous
; you -
visitors." Our both music for the occasion.
get-well choirs and ushers coln.This
pray for him. document is called work both in educat-
wishes are extended to No. 1 will be In ,charge.
On Sunday all the nil of sick.JORDON Proclamation of Emanci- ing the masses and in
our with won'tyou
Worship us
churches will meet at ? pation. This historic event projecting the Christian ANTIOCH BAPTIST

Ridgeway, for a Missionary set free more than three doctrine. He also, for

Rally and you are invited GROVE million Negroes from the eight years, presided over Sunday school 9:30: a.m.

to come. Always remember Tie;:. C. R. Smith, pastor THE INCARNATIONRev. bonds of slavery.It the Third Episcopal DIs- morning services at 11 am

the warm friend- Ella K Wright reporter trict, which included Wes- Our pastor wll be in chargeof
ship at Ridgeway which This is the season forgiving Edwin E. S. Shirley I is amazing how far tern Pennsylvania, Ohio service. The Jr. Choir

will be on display to make the Bible says it priest we have come as a race and West Virginia. He is and the number two ush-
feel at home. Come Rev. II. E. S. Reeves from the time we were set known as educator
you Is better to give than to a great ers will render morning
one, come all to the Ridge- receive. As we approach Deacon free. Truly God has been and Evangelical service.
gracious to us in his divine
Church 5937 NW preacher.
way the celebration
of the The final report on the
22nd Ave. You will hear birth of Jesus let us think States Tea will be madeon guidance protection. All senior groups will
We: are inviting all pas- sing somt'med for night
the gospel preached In IU of giving; ; for
we are approaching Sunday morning following As a race of people we tors and their
congregations service and the numberone
fullness. See you Sunday. the celebrationof
the 8 o'clock ser- must not he derelict and ) to and
come ushers will Vis-
God's gift t.o us and this vice. forget our benefactors. serve.
BAHA'I ASSEMBLY sift I h the birth of our Many have made great grand and glorious itors are always welcome.

Dr. Eldon Ramlge, Lord and Savior, Jesus Confirmation class Sun- sjciffkes to advance the occasion. Remember to visit and

Ph.D. of Miami, a lecturer Christ. day morning during the cau e of democracy and, Rev. S. A. Cousin, postoi1Announcement pray for the sick

musician and world Again we were blessed Church School flour and Rev. O. W. Foster
with the visitation of the on Frday afternoon five
traveler, will speak at a
Holy Spirit. Sunday morning o'clock. Rev. Hutchejon
public meeting sponsoredby
The monthly union of
: we were wonderfully
the sembly of fed with the gospel from The Rt. Rev.. James L. HonoredAt the Ushers' Federation
Miami, and held Sunday, Duncan will administerthe Association will be held Rev WM. Slater, pastor
one our own
Dec. 20 8 In the Orchid young a meeting of the Those of us who wor-
p.m., ministers. Rev. Murry L. secrament of confir- Sunday, Dec. 20 at 3 p.m.
Room of the Hotel mation Dec. 27 Greater Miami Ministerial shipped at Day Spring
White with choir No. 2 Sunday at at New Mt. Morlah M. B.
Alcazar In downtown MI- service 3 p.m. Association that was held Church, 6700 NW 14th during any of the three
rendering song :Monday Dec. 7 Rev. Ernest services on Sunday past
ami.Dr. and Sunday we were fed Registration for the Hutcheson Jr. chap- Ave.A .
Ramlge will speakon and elaborate enjoyed a spiritual treat.
with the gospel unique -
"World Aspects of by our year 1065 continues Sun- lain and staff member of has beerv Our pastor delivered the

Unity and Justice." The pnstor. day following the morn- the Dade County Children's program for morning message. As he
Sunday Is Junior Day. planned your
Home Kendallwas
Ing service. at
related and defined the
public is cordially Invitedto ment.
Don't stay home because
several cler-
attend. There will be WP have some wonderful The Midnight !Mass on among who were honored. You are most cordially Biblical facts of the hours

refreshments asd a musi- talent In our junior department Thursday at 11 p.m Sing- gymen invited to attend. our hearts were exhlllera-

cal Interlude. Admissionand also the SUn- Ing of Christmas Carols The citation read "In Deacon Edwin Ramsey, ted.The
parking are free. day morning at 9::45 our precedes this service. Low Appreciation of Faithful president: Willie J. Beard, Rev. Jenkins of

Sunday School will present Mass! and sermon at 8 Service In Greater Miami reporter; Rev. A L. Shlpp Friendship Baptist was
its Christmas pro- o'clock Christmas Day. Minlsteral Assocation This pastor. the speaker at the ordi-
MT. SINAI BAPTIST ram.SALTER'S. Certificate is awarded to nation service held at 3

Rev. Ernest Hutcheson Christmas p.m. He too, delivered a
Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastor
dynamic sermon that was
Jr. by the President December -
The climax of our annual D. A. Bradley pastor 7, 1964." Service AtSweetings followed with the ordain-

Woman's Day Drive Rev. n, J. Benson, pastor Sis. Louise McGrlff ing of four to the officeof

was a great success. We Flossie Marshall repqrter reporter The certificate was Estate deacon.At .

wish to thank the speaker We are back home signed by the retiring Christmas night service the
The Earth is the Lord's Rev. Dr. W. Ivan morning ser- able Rev. \"'. B. Williams,
Mrs. Dorothy N Max- again from the 74th ses- and the fulness thereof. vice will be held on theSweetlngs's
Hoy who Is also chairmanof assistant minister of New
well, who delivered a very sion of the Annual Con- We are still Estate (2148
thanking and
the of Re- Providence prevailed with
We ference of the South Fla. Department
Impressive message. NW 4th Street
praising God for his ) at B a.m.
many llgon at the University of the congregation. The
also would like to thank AME Churches. The 11th blessings. Christmas music will be
other participants and Episcopal District which Miami. provided by the Dillard message was enjoyed by

friends who were there. our bishop, the Rt. Rev.E. The morning messagewas The meeting was heldat COmprehensive High all. Our thanks to every-

Our collection for the C. Hatcherit presided delivered by the pas the Dade County Children's School Chorus, under the one this who helped to make
drive was $3,517.35.ALLEN along Is lovely tor found at the third Home.Recognition. direction of Mrs. Rhoda day a spiritual suc-
wife, Mrs. Oretha Hatcher. chapter of first John. Snead. cess.
The first lady and the McGhaney

CHAPEL AME Episcopal supervisor over The evening messagewas The Christmas message

5th Ave., Cor. 22nd Terr. the State of Florida and delivered by Rev. Day will be delivered by Rev.S. Speaks
the Bahama Islands in the Britton who is visiting Robert
Rev. W. A. Dr. The Christian Service
also his wife.
Missionary work. We enJoyed At KendallOn Sweeting will be presented PrayerFellowship will
The members of Allen Those who did not attend them very much. by James J. Gardener There
He Sunday, Dec. 20 at meetings. are no
Chapel AME Church are the conference miss- was speaking from the principal of Dlllard Com-
345 Recognition p.m. We are planning '
p.m. Day
thankful to the annual ed a treat of a life time. We 6th chapter of Daniels prehensive High School.Dr. .
and the 10th be observed at the everything for the good,
to have verse.
conference for the returnof were glad our
Dade County Children'sHome not only for its membersbut
pastor Rev. H. J. Benson Sweeting will bestow
their pastor who has Visitors -
In for
Kendall. who
are always wel- everyone we
and his charming wife a special Christmas
been reassigned for another returned -
Remember the sick can invite to visit our
year.Services to us for another and shut-in, also the The guest speaker will blessing upon all who are meetings. There is no
will begin with year .as our spiritual leader. poor. be Mrs. Evelyn' Babcock. present. special dues, or obligations
Sunday School at 9:30: a.m. She will be presented by
Christmas ,
gifts tor you only to come
We are looking forwardto
with the superintendent Mrs. Mettle Brown
who and try to learn of
attends. more
presiding. Election of officers a better year of working Grace Presbyterian everyone
will be held. together for the up Several of the children Breakfast will be servedto the truth about the Bible.

building of God's Kingdom.On 6895 NW 14th Avenue will be appearing on the all.
Miss Joan
The pastor will deliverthe Rev. Fullington,
W. F.
morning message.All Friday, Dec. 18 the Savoy, pastor pro g ram. Recognitionwill Christmas morning mot- Joseph Williams are doIng -

members are requested conference will be held in After the morning ser- be conducted by i Sup- torcade will start at 9:00: a wonderful job in

to!meet the pas- Nassau, Bahamas which vice we will have our annual ervisor Alfonso Williams, from the Sweeting's Es their work. They have not
the will attend. We Rev. Ernest Hutchesonwill
tor Tuesday,;.: Dec. 22 at 8p.m pastor election of officers. missed a meeting since
regret to hear the pass- In the offer prayer and bene- tate.Dr. the
in a special business evening at 7:30: the Fellowshlppers resumed -
'meeting.., ing of Mrs. Carrie Bell Sunday School will present diction. Sweeting will also action. The public

arealwrs Marshall, the daughter of Its Christmas. pro- go into the city and coun- is invited, both youth
Friends : wel- James Marshall and the gram. Reserve ty Jails during his special and adluts. So I say unto
your now
come to worship> "Alleno late Mrs. Mary Bell Mar- space blessing. when
you things look
shall. Remember the sick 'You are .always. .wel,-. for. as
Chapel, "the Churaii :witha your. Holiday Greeting if you can't make life
welcome: and program' and shut Ins. We will see come at Grace and a very Come out and see the worth while
i in just relax.
for the people. %*C; you Sunday In church. Merry Christmas to all our big Special great man himself. Let's go. And let God.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, December 19, 1964 11

"- Reed Kennel's
'. :; '/>,: }" ', :" ,/}: :J\ Darlene, winner Darling of the

Tex Rickard Memoriallast

Most spring.of the kennels r : i -_ _ '
have at least three
standout dogs who figure
to be in the competitionfor

With top honors during the
Beach meeting. Sure to
receive close attention are
the Musick and Spradling

pair of Willard and Max
," :
,', ,, By HARRY SPEAR ,, Star ,

victor in this one. Against Two new kennels will ; ,
ITIIK JERRY POWERSSTOHV the clever Charles, we fig- be brought in this season
ure Clay a winner on by Jack Roche. Portland,
points, and Sonny to score Ore., and C. H. Scott,

This reporter thinks It's a kayo. Sarasota. '
takes a rest He has been We figure Drown Bomber T
the busiest fighter thisreal' Joe Louis, a cinch: TIUWI('AL TOPICS
since the days of against either opponent, Jockey Don Brumfleld hti
Harry Greb, one of the ton the both victors Clay and Lis- who s riding in good format
greatest of all times. Gret against Tropical Park followingthis
Jimmy Braddock.
fought nearly weekof Clay on brilliant Kentucky
points and Liston via the
the year, Just the same campaign! has been assigned -
t H Jerry Is doing. their kayo styles route., we'd Because like Clayon of the mounts on AnnB. ____ ___ u___

Powers, In 43 fights, points against Max Hill's Chesapeake Lady President William B. Stewort of Edward Waters College is shown congratulating Coach
since January: to Decem- Baer, while a possible in Wednesday's Miss Flor- Clifford Paul who was recently named as Southeastern Athletic Conference 1964 "Coach of
her. has given everythinghe battle of the century between ida State in Saturday's the Year". This Is the third time the popular Tiger mentor has been named "Coach of the
had, always in shape. Baer and Liston James H. Bright Memo- Year".

I If someone did not show with i a toss-up as to rial Handicap. The Tigers, under Coach Paul, won the Southeastern Conference Championship, winning

up he pitched in. He has choosing a winner. Trainer Frank H Mer- 9 games and losing none, and with the highest scoring team In the nation, scoring 498 points

gained fight a lot fans of popularitywith because Against ponderous plodding ill Jr. has engaged Ja- and holding Its nine opponents to the lowest score totaling 20 points.

mall he has, weighs the' guts.about Jerry 126 is both.Camera We'd rate, a breeze Jack for cinto leading Vasquez.ricer currently'the at the' SOCIAL SECURITY Bob- -Hayes- and- Mel Renfro to 1

Sharkey (in the right meeting, to pilot North
pounds. state of mind) a points Star Ranch's C. U. Laterin

i give Powers a lot of winner over both Liston Saturday's $10,000 added Give Dallas Cowboys Zip

\+edit for one reason. He and Clay. We can't see Memorial Handicap. .--
hue( worked hard fought Schmelling a winner over Jt:1IfI A horde of professional punts," he said. "lie's a
hard and today he is In either Listen or Clay, but Jockey Rob Turcotte, Y-1//1 M Y. M.MUMNI tootball scouts went on a safari great athlete and should fit in
business for himself Cassius would have a one of the sensations of hunting future pro stars our plans admirably."
ihat: >< what I call being rough time with the the New York season was The North Miami i Social for their respective ball clubsin Hayes will be used at Dal-
mart "Black Uhlan." Gene slated to embtark on his Security District Office will this mecca of easy living. las about the same as he has
Tunnev, a cinch winner Florida campaign immediately open at its new location, 12695 The scouts gathered at the been used with the Rattlers
over either man possibly but now it will be N.W. 7th Avenue, on December Orange Bowl Stadium to see since returning from the '
; c on a kayo. Against Jack delayed for 10 davs: while 21, 1964. their prospects in action in In late
Olympic Games Tokyo
Dempsey not a chance for the clever Canadian Formerly located in the the 32nd annual Orange Blossom last October. Landry feels
either boy. youngster sits out a sus- section of Miami Classic. real
Little River They got a
that he is too small at 186
This I is as far as we go Stewards pension imposed at by the this office now services the eyeful in watching the Rattlers pounds to be used as a running
as we have never seen Aqueduct. growing North Dade populationof from Florida A & M Universitymaul back. He plans to use him as

Wllliard, Johnson, Burns, Jockey Eddie Belmonte over 400,000 people. the highly favored Gram- a split end, flanker and safetyman.
4 Dis- I.. d? 141:.
Jeffries, Fitzsimmons, who has more than 740 Edward P. Blonston, bling -B. .
s Corbett or Sullivan except victories to his credit dur- trict Manager, stated that this Four Rattlers were caughtin
for some movie shots ing a lengthy is move was necessary in orderto the nets. The prize catch Bob gave up another year
that were not in good slated to make career his Flor- obtain larger quarters and to went to the Dallas Cowboysof of track eligibility to sign the 1
condition. ida debut at Tropical this be centrally located within the the National Football three-year no cut pact with the
r''f week. After a belated area being serviced This League. The Texans signed Cowboys "I have reached the

LITTLE RIVER start at Aqueduct Bel- area consists of north Dade up nab Hayes, the world's highest goal I can In amateur
monte won 25 races in from 62nd St., north to the fastest human. athletics," he explained. "1
t RESULTS New York and made Droward County line, and Hayes holds world recordsfor think that when you have done
something of a specialtyof Miami Beach west to Dade. the 60, 70, and 100 yard that, It's time to step out and
Grady Ponder 135- riding long-priced winners County line, including all of! dashes. He is a winner of two give somebody else a chance."
pound Miamian decision- In daily double III aleah. Olympic gold medals and a Rattler halfback Hobby
ed Gradv McLendon of races. His engagementswill Mr. Dlonston added that promising football player. Felts signed with the Baltimore -
the Dublin eight-round, Ga., Thursday main In ) be booked by Sandy within the North Miami servicearea The Jacksonville senior I Colts of the NFL and
s Arden. contract end Carleton Oats agreed to
bout at Little River arena. more than 43,000 signed a three-year
are receiving monthly with the Cowboys in an amount terms with the Oakland Raiders
; In the semifinal Scat- Two Jockeys made Impressive Social Security checks. These that has been described as of the American i Football

I ..L .(:\103 terhawk Dixon, 161, kay- Tropical Park beneficiaries are paid a total 'too delightful to behold." League.
oed Luke Owens, 159 in debuts on Saturday's pro-'over $3,000,000 each month. Cowboy coach Tom Landryhad Tackle Owen McKay signed
JERRY POWERS the first round of a sched- gram. The first, of course '111"III"'II "'I a vision after signing the with the Philadelphia Eagles
43 uled six.George. was apprentice Mike Ve- FAMU speedster. of the NFL. The Chicago Hears
fights won 29 nela, the sensation of the Meet your friend atCAL'S "Think about Hayes and drafted tackle David Danielsas
Lost 7 drew 7
Sawyer and Bob
New York season. He Mel Renfro playing I i safety a future choice. He still
What a record! Dyer battled to a six-
piloted Greentree Stable'sTrader AND
LOUNGE together and running back those has another year of eligibility.
round draw; C. J. Thomasand to victory in the
In my last column I Rector Berdugo drewin City of Coral Gables and RESTAURANTFood
wrote about the Little a six.STATISTIC. impressed observers at Its best 5 Tigers Mak.
River program and their greatly with his handling
faults You have tried the rest
and comments.
of the son of Tom Fool
This is the reason why I IMPORTANT The other was Steve Now try the best All Conference TeamEdward
jumped on Sam Diller. Not I wrote recently that I Habij who rode RMectPd Continuous service from 6 a.m.

too many read this program ,have been around sports Son $10520 to win the to 1 a.m. Waters College Orangcburg, South Carolina and

that but I do, and a few and fighting particularlyfor slxlh race. It was Baby's 6910 N.W. 22nd Ave. Tigers dominated the All- Edward Waters College followed -
read it asked my over 50 years. That first mount at the
pre Southeastern Athletic Confer- with one each.
opinion, so I wrote aboutit does not cut any Ice but ent meeting. BabU win NE 3.9316 ence football team for 1964 Players on the first team

last week. take all your sports writ- known as a longshot rider !- Owned and operated by with five players selected for ends, Ivery Black, EWC and
Read what Sam Blller ers !In Miami, unless they at Finger Lakes during James and Neolle the first team.Albany Jackie Moore, Albany State
look in a record book they the
has to : summer State College College tackles Charles
say would not know what to ------------ was ; ,
second with four players, and Holmes, EWC and Thomas Bedford -
write about. It only happened
One of the leading -
Morris College third with Morris College; guards,
scribes in this area did a here recently between Grumbling UMMOII Signs was
bit on Cassius Clay and"Sonny" ; a fight manager two players. Robert Taylor, EWC and Joe
Lis ton the and two sports writers While the Tigers from Ed- Montgomery, Albany State College -
other day, and stated that about a certain show One For $50,000 ward Waters College, Jack- ; center Emerald Foster,
the two ex-champions ports writer had the idea sonville, dominated the first Morris College; quarterback,
were the worst title- but the other two were GRAMBLING, La.- Six. ed on the team were cen- team, Morris College of Sumter, Charles Lee, Edward Waters .
holders !in their class since wrong, although the one Grambllng College grid- ter Clarence Harris, half- North Carolina dominated the College; halfbacks, James
the beginning of the that was right could not ders, including AllAmerlback Leroy Carter, full- second team with five player. Butler, EWC and Fredrick
sport. No doubt, he is Influenced call his bluff Whom do can Alphonse Dotson, the back Henry Dyer and Savannah State College and Douglas, Albany State Collegeand
by the personal you think he had to call envy of most proconsciJames Todd and guard Albany State College had two fullback, John Wilson,
records of the two men. and find out? Yours Truly ous linemen around the Willie Young. each. Claflin College I of Albany State College.
but their politics and con- the Miami Times country, earned berths n to nnmrt-
duct, has nothing to do Sports editor. the NAIA aU-star ""sffS five KI'ld-
with their abil- trlct 30 squad
ities. Wlhle neither are Dotson signed a reportthree from Arkansas AM pi WITHOUT MIOIN ITS BEAUTY
the greatest of all time in TRACK OPENS XMABApproximately
and N three from Jack- MADI
the heavyweight division ed $50.000 one-year pact ,,,4 CUSTOM
with the Kansas C 1 t y son State, two from Wiley,
they surely ..re not the each from PLASTIC FURNITURE
and one ,
Chiefs and will receive
worst. Let's down the 760 greyhounds representIng %
go Texas Southern 4
line taking their particular 27 kennels chargedInto over $100,000 from the Alcorn, SUP COVERS
Miss. Valley were
styles Into consideration. action at the Beach AFL over the next four and and ..nYMC&IAI
We would choose Kennel Club when eight years according to reliable James back Henry,Todd and Dyer,guard .. ..eeesernrrwr
Wpth Clay and Listen over nights of schooling races sources.
the NAIA squad.
Other Tigers stars nam- listed on e !
floyd Patterson. Against began Monday as a tune- AaArMr.N
Ingemar Johnansson, LIs- up for the seaside track's ......
ton via the kayo route opening Christmas night. Get pastry like mama used to male atM -rw re -.

and Clay an easy winner "
on points. Rockv Marci- Racing Secretary Toby & M BAKERY .= MN NnMAN
ano would bull his way to Rogers,: plans 33 races I ..........
victory over Clay possibly nightly, starting at 6 p.m. 754-2464 e tiemr w t TC aria r
1351 NW 54th Street i
will be In SLIP
by a kayo, but againstthe They run rapid- CCOYYERIYM
gigantic, tremendous fire order and ale open AM GOODH BAKED>> ON PKEMIHW

we'd punching power of Liston minors to the without public, excluding charge. W> rrUllu !. Real Pies aid natUrmllk Pie. .ae ., Gre tebes WIl'MNFsnasily
call it a toss-up. We'd ,
tab Clay a points winner Among the numerous Donut, Danish Pies, Bread, Roll., Cakes -

over Jersey Joe Walcott, returning stars Is the Pat tY111F: JV AND LOOK AROUND Crtcti.n-Nlchols PI .tlc Cover 'r
and figure a Liston kayo

12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, December 19, 1964

1060 NW 65th St.
I CARDS iMIEAAORIALSDEATHS loving memory of MRS.. CARRIE BELL died Dec. 10. Survivorsone
the late WILSON of 2193 NW 57th daughter and two
St. a resident of this area sons, grandchildren. Was
MRS. DELLA THOMASwho for more than 40 years shipped to Sylvester, Ga.
this world died Dec. 13. She Is survived Thursday for final rites.
CARD OF THANKS In Memoriam Band Leader Into eternity departed December 19 by her fathcrj James
1958. Marshall a arry; a MRS. LUCY MITCHELLdied
We, the family of the In loving memory of our Don Redman sister, Mrs Ethel Mae Dec. 11. Survivors a
late darling wife mother, sis- Six years has passed since Jacobs; two brothers cousin, Mrs. Elma Hill of
ter and daughter, DeadNew you left us. Sweet memo- James Marshall Jr. and Quincy Fla. Services
FRANK L. DAVIS ries still linger In the Robert as well as two held Wednesday from the
who this life York (NPI) hearts of those who were grand children and a hostof Coconut Grove chapel.
departed Don Redman, bandleader, so close to us. other relatives. Ser-
November 27, and was i arranger, and composer of vices held Saturday at LONNIE DAVIS, 1417
burled Dec. 2, wishes to V such hit tunes as There are vacant placesIn Salter's Chapel AME NW 63rd St., died Dec. 15
thank all friends and "Cherry," "Gee, Baby.Ain't our homes which can Church with Rev. H. J. Survivors are two brothers -
neighbors of Frank for 'I Good to You" and"My never be filled. Benson officiating. two sisters a daughter. -
their kind words, and expressions Girl Friday" died In Sadly missed by your Services Friday at 2
of sympathy Columbia Presbyterian loved MRS. DARLENE E. p.m. from the Mt. Calvary
shown us during our bereavement ones TOOMER of 3140 NW 59th Baptist Church.
Medical Center here Mon- Mrs. Lylla Gary, Final
especiallythose day at the age of 64. St., died at the Osteo- rites and burial In Mc-
from Miami Columbus grand daughter pathic General Hospital of Cary Ga.DAHREN.
Ga., Detroit and The musician was most Mrs. Althmease Brown, North Miami Beach Dec.
White Plains N. Y. Our recently active as an arranger grand daughterAnd 14. She is survived by her BROWN,
special thanks to Rev. E. for: singer Pearl Family husband, Henry; two 1521, NW lIst St., died
T. Graham and congre- Bailey hut was best known sons, a sister Mrs. Inell Dec. 13. Graveside services -
gation of Mt. Zion Baptist during the 1920s and 'CO's i Williams. Services Saturday Saturday 10 a.m.
Church and Range Fun- as the leader of his own -I 1 p.m. at First Bap-
eral Home for efficient orchestra.A Ill MemoriamIn tist of Brownsville' with MRS. BOBBIE MAE

and courteous service. child prodigy he sau but loving mem- Rev. Davis, officiating. WILLIAMS 2227 NW 49th

Sorrowfully yours played the trumpet at the ory of our dear husband St., died, Dec. 14. Survivors -
Mamie C. Davis, wife 9 age of three and was a father and grandfather, GEORGE JACKSON of are husband a son,
Alberta Davis Samuels member of a band at six. 1 t""T: ,. ..,." 2385 NW 155th St. a resI- mother two brothers two
dent for 37 sisters. Service
sister 1. years, passedat Saturday
In Philadelphia he was i 1.0( the New Convalescent 4 p.m. at Greater St. Mark
Margurita Davis NEVELYN BELLAMY1 frequently seen at the Center of Miami. He Is! Primitive Baptist' Church.

Johnson sister who departed this life on old Lincoln Theatre at'I survived by a widow,
Vyolene Davis Henry December 17, 1956. Gone, Broad and Lombard sts., Mayola, a daughter, Ida
sister but not forgotten. and the Pearl Theatre on Mae Tanner; eight grandchildren
There's an open door at Ridge ave. A short man, ;t ; a brother Dennis IN AND AROUND
the end of the road he was known for the |f Jackson and a sister. Julia
In MemoriamIn through which each must humerous number Getl Spencer. Services Satur- THE BAHAMASMary
go alone, and there Is a Everything A Tall Man f day 10 a.m. In the chapel.
loving mel ory of light we cannot see our Gets. t tlii John a 24-year-old
Father claims his own. Baby Boy Hopkins son Haitian, died in the Princess
Ernest Bellamy of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Margaret Hospital on Nov.
v MemoriamIn i i Hopkins died Dec. 12. 21 from injuries she sustained -
,It'L : ,iL Graveside services held on in an accident earthen -
memory of Dec. 16.MRS. she was reportedly
IN MEMORIAMIn Asp knocked down by a car

loving memory of driven by Constable Law-

our husband son and CLIFFORD BRA- rence Harrison She was the

father fitly .',, DY of 316 SW 4th Ave., 15th traffic fatality for the

Homestead was dead on year.On
JOHN SLAUGHTERwho iL1r arrival at the James Archer the day before another

i departed this life I Smith Hospital Dec. Haitian, listed in police
A/1 tt Dec. 12, 1960. 12. She Is survived by her records as Norizer Alexis,
it 4 Sleep on and take your' parents Mr. and Mrs. Sam who was awaiting trial on a
rest, we love you but God VANDERBILT WRIGHTSR. Young two sisters Mary charge of illegal entry, died
f loves you best. Lee Burke and Emmaline from injuries he received

You are not forgotten, i who departed this life December Jordan, several brothersas when he jumped from police
you will always be remembered t 21, 1957. well as other relatives truck that was taking him
by us. J Sadly missed including a brother Paul from the Fox Hill Prison to
Carrie Slaughter, wife ( J. C. Wright and Young. Arrangements are the court.
Flemon Slaughter, I' 1w't Family incomplete. ............

father Benjamin Beneby 38
Ruth Slaughter sister proprietor of Your
'tY 3A,5 Supermarket
John and Anthony, sons CARD OF THANKSTo ALBERTDAVE Pine Tree Avenue,
Carrie Harrison died at his home on the nightof
MRS JOHNNIE MAE Josle Stephens, aunts : Rev. A. D. Hall, choir COLLINS 1382 Nov. 27. lie is survivedby
No.1 of Ebenezer Meth-
DAVIS Paul Stephen Ella i NW .2nd Ave., died Dec. his wife, Merits six
odist Church presidentand
Vance Otis Vance 12. Survivors are two sons, children and other relatives.
who departed this life members of t h eChoir's
1 three sisters, six grand- ************
Dec. 18, 1963. ,Union and my children.
She friends and Arrangementsare The Progressive Liberal
died In
beauty many
like a rose Card of Thanks CHARLIE MILES neighbors; I, Mrs. Elizabeth Incomplete.MRS. Party held election of
Blown from Its' parent I Clark take this r officers during the final ses-
stem, Mrs. Merlene Boston Tho three years have method to thank each of sion of its national convent

She died In beauty like wishes to thank her many passed you for your thoughtfulness VERA COX- ion at the Ghana Room of
a pearl, friends for their kindness Dear Charles since God kindness cards and FIELD, 16020 NW 20th the Cat and Fiddle on Nov.
from some dia shown her during her has called you home donations during my illness Ave., died Dec. 13. Sur- 27. The new officers are*
stay In Mt. Sinai Hos- To be with Him in heaven Words are small In vivors are a sister Mrs. Cecil Wallace-Whitfield. who
She died In beauty likea pital and recuperating at Around the snow white with heward S c:: v Bertha Allen two brothers. won over Paul L. Adderleyas
day the home of Mrs. Louise throneI the way of thanks but Services 3 p.m. Sat- chairman; Geoffrey
Along a moonlight lake; Thomas. often sit and think of you Cod will reward each of urday from the Triumph Thompson defeated OrvilleA.
She died In beauty likea She Is especially grate- When I am all alone jt u. Please accept my Church In Opa-locka. Tumquest as secretary-
song ful to Drs. William Campbell For memory is the only hanks anyway and may general; Caldwell Armbrister
Of birds amid the brake.' George Simpson the thing God continue to bless each was elected
She died In like nurses, Liberty Elementary treasurer;
beauty City of
That grief can call its own MAE Lockinvar Lockhart, first
On flowers the snow dissolved members of School 70th St.faculty, Egel-, Since you are gone my Mrs. Elizabeth Clark' Dec.DAMPER NELSON, died vice-chairman ; Samuel
loc dear one are a Isaacs second vicechairmanand
Club Nu
away. Chapter Chi
She died in beauty likea Eta Phi Sorority Rev. J. And the voice we loved is are husband.incomplete.MRS. Arrangements. Raw son McDonald
star B. Blacknell and membersof still, assistant secretary-general.!
Lost on the brow of day. St. James AME Churchall A place is vacant In our CARD OF THANKSThe **........**

She lives In glory like the staff of 62nd St. home family of the late The body of Donald I
nights gems Center and those who Which never can be filled MISS DORA OLIPlJ ANT ,LILLIE MAE Wilson was found on the Mar
Set around the silver were praying for God knows how much we with the gracious appreciation GLASPER 414.NW 8th ket Wharf' on the night of Nov.
moon; speedy recovery. Words miss you and humble died Dec. 15. Arrange- 26. It is believed that he
She lives In glory like cannot express the deep Never shall your memory gratitude we would like ments are Incomplete.Mrs. died suddenly. Wilson, 38,
the sun feeling of gratitude for fade to pause for a word of was a native and resident of
i' Amid the blue of June. those who have been so Loving thoughts shall always thanks to our many friends Ragged Island
.r Sadly,,!>,. missed by her kind to me. wanderTo who helped to make our Frankie Hughes ************
James Davis the spot where you time of deepest grief 310 NW 15th St. died Dec. The Riviera Towers, tallest
Wesley were laid. somewhat lighter to bear. 14. Survivors are daughter building the Bahamas,
Melvie husbandMrs. Card of ThanksThe Sadly missed by your Mrs. Doris Cullens, is under construction at
Gray mother, We extend a special three sisters, four brothers. Grand Bahama. It is 12-
daughter Laura Wilson thanks to Range Funeral Arrangements
Cassandra Cynthia and Family of the late are stories high and is one mile
Father Aunt Nieces home Staff, Rev. and Mrs.A. incomplete.
south of the
Lucayan Beach
Ronald grandchildrenMrs. SINCLAIR MILTONwho And Friends L. Shipp and members
Hotel and casino.
Katie Ford sister of the New Mt. Riorlah
David Anderson Bro. ************
was called to res t Missionary B apt 1st
Nov. 23rd 1964 wish to Card of Thanks Church the Orchard Villa LEE PARKER 4692 Miss Janet Glinton
thank the relatives Elementary School Fami- NW 31st Ave died Dec. laughter of Mrs. Thelma 1
Card of Thanks friends and many neighbors for The family of the late ly and cafeteria staff, the 13. He has been an em 31 in ton and the late Mr.
their kind word of expres- ELOISE BELLof neighbors of 63rd St. and Memorial for the Lincoln Alfred Glinton. was marriedto
Aurora Greaves daughter sions and services rendered 5121 NW 24th Ave., llth Ave. and so many Cemetery for, a : Alfred Wallace Jr., son of
:t of the late, during our bereave- wishes to express sincere more too numerous to number of years. Arrangements *. and Mrs. Alfred Wallaceof
ment. thanks to the many friends mention here. May God's are Incomplete. Behring Point Andros, on
JULIAN GREAVES Thanks for the cards and neighbors for cards choclest blessings always November u.
flowers and telegrams. flowers, donations and /toe with each and everyoneof
wishes to express thanksto May God bless each of the many other forms of you. GILL HARRIS, 2927
all the friends well
condolences shown NW 55th St.
you. Special thanks to us died Dec. 10.
wishers old neighbors of New Macedonia Church during our bereavement. Sadly missed, He has been a residentof op to 6 pounds
5th court and Mr. and and Albert Funeral Home Special thanks to Rev. Mrs. Mary Baldwin, this community for 30 weekly
Mrs. Clementine T. May- for efficient and courteous. James Pickett and Range Miss Rheta B. Olrphant years. Survivors are wife
nard who flew from Nassau services. Funeral Home and staff Mrs. TessIe Bowers, two brothers, an aunt. Dr Long
for the funeral, for for the wonderfulservices sisters Services held
I Mrs. Clara Milton wife Thursday 1545 S.W. l.t St.
kind expressions of sym- Mrs. Eleanor Bowedaughter' ,rendered. May God bless Miss Dorothy Baldwin ,,from the St. Luke Baptist

pahy) ,..during. ,..her ,recent' .' .. each of you. Mrs.. Ella. .I .-,*Jettes,"....'Church, Revp- ;I 'W. .Wil FR 3-274 .
The Family nieces liams, officiated
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, December 19, 1964 13

; ;: % House For Rent Got a Nose For i
I FI jjji CBS 2-Bedroom News? I'

MORTGAGE A slant to the
new FURNISHED R O. 0 M. Solar system for hot new
luxury home 3-bedrooms, lady prefer News Guess Game
. Nice man or ,
jffjJJJfJr :ff/?:' : : [{ j 2 baths, Fla. room, garage rent on monthly terms. water, newly painted By Donald Lockwood I
Central heat, large Ph. NE 4-8495. 5710 NW
155"FOR screen patio low pay- 19 Ave. Large living room 1 Fireman fights fire
FOR ments 736 NW 47 Terr.
SALE $Z.OO Deek by standing still doing
JE 1-C902) or 235-2958. Freewater nothing.
Polaroid 10-(
62 MODEL Uused FHA AND VA resales. and lights. 789 NW 2335 NW 56th Street
second camera. Like new 3-bedroom, 2 NO CLOSING COST 65 St. Ph. 8-4593.
In good condition NEWS : aIrof
sparingly. bath CBS homes at from Lovely 3-toedroom, enclosed Bring rent receipts gMA
still In box. $50. C ( ) -
$100 to $300: down and porch, dlnng room, ICE 2-BEDROOM
For information see Mr. from l' utility room, carport, appliances last residence Sunlight fell on mirror In
$ 0 month and apt., enclosed yard, good
at Miami Times. up. a shop starting fire
Cooper We have keys at Life Only $10,600 location. Call OX 1-3494. Mr. Jackson Fireman rug stood between
with $400 down. Shell
BEAUTY P equip- Realty, Broker W2: NW Realty, Broker, 4260 NW furnishedrooms _______ sun and mirror blockingsun
ment. Call Mrs. A. H. Open 7 Ave. 758-5551. while key was sent
Belton at NE 4-4276. evenings roll Sundays! in quiet neighbor- for. Saved Wreaking glass
hood, priced from $7 up.
Residence Lot and damage
"" 2050 NW 152nd Terr. FREE-$450 No extra charge for cooking -
down. $80.84 per month. 2056 NW 5th Court
50x110 West of 322 NW NO QUALIFYING Opa-tncka Like CBS duplex like new. One Ph. 9-2GG5. For Sale 2 Car Is sent to gar-
59 Terr. Near all schools, side 2-bedroom partly age for repairs. Motor is
shopping and bus service, jalousled new 3-ltedroom CBS, furnished, other side 1- LOVELY 2-bo6room apt. $1900.00 completely dissembled. It
windows terraz-
$2,950 or make offer, Oak floors, must quality is then found out car was
good terms, call Mr. 7.0 floors kitchen cabinets bedroom completely furnished 1147 NW 6 Ave. Call CE out of
Chris, R. M. Brooks Real- Price S1U,!,()(). $500; down Shell Realty, 8-GG83. Between NW 15th and gas.
tor, phone 688-6638- und $S.;, month pays all. Broker, 4260 NW 7 Ave. NOT a News Item: Picked -

Nights 681-7740. Key at Life Ralty, Broker 7585551.NO COTTAGE 17th Avenues from the comics
4'J3 NW 7 Ave. PL Dally newspaper.
4032 NW 23rd Ave.
ER 2 bedroom !IW371.: Open Sunday QUALIFYING for t-ROOM, kitchen furn.

house. Tile bath elec. this corner beauty, 3- Child OK. $17 week. Call 691.5283 By DONALD LOCKWOOD
stove and refrigerator, NO QUALIFYING 4- bedroom, 2 bath, all large 2-BEDROOM Co. house.
partly furn. $40 month bedrooms, large lot, com- rooms front and rear Sun porch, large utili- After 5 p.m. PL 8.5935 2040 NW 17th St.
mortgage, $7,000 total. pletely fencer, freshly porch, dining room appli- ty room. Hot and cold Miami, Fla.
1801 NW 83rd St. painted nslde and out. ances, beautifully landscaped -
water. See at 1401 NW
Price is only $8,750 with
Only $10,500 total.
58 Terr. Call owner at
$500 DOWN. 2-bedroom, $250 down and $85 month $85 month with reason-
OX G-2392. $22.50 week.
gorgeous Fla. room, plus pays all Keys at L i f e able down payment. Shell Finest Selections In Miami
convenient Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. '
2-car garage Realty, Broker, 4260 NW LOVELY SMALL house,
terms. D. W. Gurton, PL 9-4371. Open eveningsand 7 Ave. 758-5551. beautiful yard, fenced. Lovely homes open
broker 235-2342, WI Nice for couple. $20 per NEW LOW DOWN PAYMENTSEZ
9-1784. OWNER PAYS closing week will sell $100 down
"GENIE HOMES." New! Term LM Than Rant
costs on this CBS cor- also larger house, $22.
NEW 3-bedroom home. New! New! See the homes ner beauty, 2-bedroom, Don't miss this. NE -- .-

Low down payment. Open that make families hap Fla. room, enclosed front 5-5560. 524 NW 52nd Street
Sunday 2-4 p.m. Phone py. So, so many happy porch, dining room, car-
583-7581. 4405 NW 29 Ideas. Many more under port, appliances. Only $250 2-BEDROOM duplex apt. SUNSHINE HOMES PRESENT THEIR BRAND
construction. Sneak preview down 72.15 month NEW 1965 MODEL HOME
Ave. per Newly decorated 1235 NW
on 75 St. between $11,500 total. Shell Real- 31 St. D23 3-bedroom., 2 bath, Fla. room, the roof and built in
3710 NW 14th Ave. 11 and 12 Aves. (2 homes) ty, Broker. 4260 NW 7 kitchen. To see it it to buy it.

BARGAIN $1,000 below also 527 NW 86 St. Which Ave. 7585551.NO APT. 1430 NW 57 St. .
FHA price and sel- will be open Sunday 1-6 Call 754-0977. 1064 NW 61st Street
ler closing costs too! p.m. Fenster Realty QUALIFYING .
pays 3-bedroom oak floors and No .
(Broker) PL 9-S779. carport.
You save more than $8.500 FULL PRICE 1-BEDROOM apt. furnished -
81,500.Ibedrooms., 2 3-bedroom, beautiful kit- $18.50 weekly.. Ph. $700 down. $9,500 total price.
baths, jalousie windows, VA and FHA homes, 3- chen large lot. D. W. 758-3901. ---

a j\\nlng, big Florida room, bedroom and 2 bath Call Gurton, Broker, 235-2342 5229 NW 5th Avenue

garage, appliances. Extra for appointment.down From WI 9-1784. FURNISHED efficiency Brand new, 3-bedrooms, 2 baths, Florida. room and
large corner lot land- $100 and no down 4841 NW 16th Ave.. $1& bu h-In kitchen. $1,200 down, take over my pay

caped, sprinkler system homes.payment Fenster on some I VA DRIVE in CALL ME week. Ph. III 8-2824 or ments.
with own pump and well Realty 444-6126. Key at Mrs. .
also city water. Keys at (Broker) PL 9-8779. 250 NW 43rd St. Coleman, 4845 NW 16th 280 NW 55th Street
Life Broker 4932 1490 NW 83rd St. Ave.
Realty ,
CORNER 2-bedroom, 1 UVE RENT FREE. Beautiful CBS duplex, 2-bed.
N\V 7 Ave. PL 9 37t. 1839 NW 83rd St.
bath CBS home with garage 1710 NW 83rd Terr. 1-BETDROOM furnished room, 1 bath .ach side No closing cost. $500 down
Open Sundays
corner, Fla room, FHA terms.
1711 NW 83rd Ter. apts, air conditioned and
FHA terms. Low, low Beautiful homes. $350 spacious. Quiet neighbor- .
down payment. 1300 NW' down, FIIA terms, no hood, need reference, adults W. hare the largest selection of CBS 2 and 3 bed.
743 NW 75th Street 41 St. Open Sunday 1-6 closing costs. A. Ben-Kori, only. 1247 NW 77 room homes in Greater Miami area.
:l-HEDROOM, 2 bath CMS. p.m. Fenster Realty Realtor, phone anytime Terr. Not the cheapest,
Tile roof, patio, barbecue. (Broker) PL 9-8779. 7512243.' but the best.2BEDROOM. NEWS REALTY Inc.

Lovely yard Price is
KHA valuation. $13,000 3-BEDROOM, 1 bath, house, 1145
partly furnished, wall to WANTED NW 66 St. Nice clean fur-
and $80
with $100 (down (The Broker that work for you)
month A real fine house wall carpeting, no qualifying CAR WAXERS. Experi nished room with private BRAND NEW LOCATION
street 5220 NW 8 Ave. bath, 925 NW 52 St. PL
nn) a very nice Open Sunday 1-6 p.m. enced. Good pay, apply 7-476 4740 NW 7th Ave. PL 4.0655
'Ufe Realty, Broker, Fenster Realty (Broker) ready to work. Dupont
NW 7 Ave. PL IM371. PL 9-8779. Wash and Wax Center, (Open Sunday
Open evenings and! Sun- 37JT NW 7th It'Ye.

day. INCOME Property. Largelot

CBS, nice location.
1'Hil! N.ft'h Ten. House has 3-bedrooms, NO RED TAPE MOVE IN f, l

NO CLOSING COSTS.CBS plus garage, plus rear
1811 NW 83rd Terrace
2 hath<, apartment, 2-Jbedroom. 2
Kla. room:WKMliooirH., enclosed front bath apt. Good terms.Don't XMAS SPECIALS!!!

: forget to call us on Immaculate CBS, hardwood) floor, car-
porch, carport appliances. .
and this one. It's a real bar- ,
Newly painted gain. Fenster Realty fenced yard tile roof
: porte, ,
out and nicely lanJ1. l\p-: | (Broker) PL 9-S779.
ed Pi Ice is only $11.000 Down Month HJY NOW, .MOVE IN FOR XMASIIII!!!!
with $3;,(( down and FHA $700 $83
2-BEDROOM Doll house. *
Life Realty
terms Key at Painted In and out, Fla. : D. W. GURTON R. E Broker
Hioker. 4932 NW 7 Ave room, perfect location. 3410 N.W. 12th Avenue:
PL f>-4371.MlEDnOOM. Good terms low :
price. 235.2342 949.1784 A bedroom
2 CBS, goroge, 2 perches. $150.
Drive by then call us. t
1944 NW 48 St. Fenster NO QUALIFYING
: 1 HOME. A-l Realty (Broker) PL

shape move right in, no 9-8779. -0 _

qualifying no red tape, 3040 H.W. 56th StreetAn
best area. EZ terms. SeeV,0 $495 DOWN, new 3-bed- HOMES FOR SALEOPEN
NW 42 St. Call Owner. room, 2 bath, excellent Ideal Retire Home Exceptional'clean. 1 bed
\VI I.V08S6.. locaton 1 hurry on this room. $100 down. NO QUALIFYING
one!! 541 NW 44th St. JE FOR INSPECTION SUN. 2.5 P.M. .0.

1902 or 235-2958. 7010 NW 6th AVENUE
1IL__ --- -- --- --- NO DOWN PAYMENT!!!!!
Very large 3-bedroom home with fenced

yard, carport, big Fla. room near 7th Ave., SEE THESE THEN CALL US .. BETTER YET

1 Hour Cleaning ServicePICK buses and expressway. Only $250 down. COME INIU!!

$71 monthly payment. 1 FHA mortgage.Call .

UP AND DELIVERYPOP'S Harry Denny to inspect these homes 3121 N.W. 67th Street 4592 N.W. 23rd Avenue
1853 N.W. 43rd Street 2105 N.W. 47th Street

now. --a- 2763 N.W. 57th Street 3274 N.W. 68th Street
CBS DUPLEX 3244 N.W. 68th Street
5810 N.W. 30th Avenue
1412 NW 3rd AVENUE Live rent free in this very nice duplex. Rent from one) 755 N.W. 59th Street
apt. pay ......*. Total price) 12.500 with only



2108 NW 7th AVENUE CBS like new. $83 per month pay all. No qualifying,

no closing coet Low down payment. FORD REALTY,INC. Irok.r

SON CLEANERS ACTION REALTY RealtorsE. 3639 N.W.15th Avenue 635-4595 ,;

1045 NW 3rd AVENUE HARRY DENNY 754-0483 f1
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BTW School RAINBOW PARK Carver Girls Win )'I

ActivitiesThe The Christmas season Track Meet ,4 :
was really ushered in at r, '
Girls Senate's
annual Rainbow Park on Mon- Carver High School Girls
., "etter Manners" In day night our last PTA Track Team 'did it again '
Cafeteria Drive, began meeting of the year, with at Coral Gables Park on .;
Dec. 14 The drive has
the Christmas carols
gay Wednesday, December 9. '
been extended through son by our student body, Carver's Track Team won ,
June 4 1965 differ-
under the direction of our the championship plaque
ent organizations to serve.the The opportunity music instructor, Mr. for zone four. They were
purpose of this drive Is to .awarded eight first place
the decorum ribbons and three third,
Improve general Our president Mrs. S.
In the cafeteriaand Kelly, expressed her The following students
to remind students of gratitude for the presence were honored: Janle Mc-
Queen, 50 yd. dash 1st
their table manners and of so many parents.
place: Sharon Moore, softball -
etiquette. Classes were Plans for our coming annual -
given 200 points to begin. tea are now being Throw 1st place; Barbara -
Points are taken from the made: with Mrs. Beatrice Williams, 75 yd -I' _
classes for class and Individual Williams, chairman and dash 1st place.
defenses. The Mrs. Clara WIlcox, co- Relay Team; Sharon
classes having the high- chairman.A Moore, Barbara Williams
est amount of points are Elea e McEady.
to be given an award. birthday corsage and Janle McQueen, 1st place
President of the Girls Sen- gift were presented to our Sharon Moore. 3rd plact
ate Is Nancy Robinson.Mrs. principal by the PTA. 100 yd. dash; Barbara Wll- After spooking before a group of ninth grade civic students In the auditorium of the
Dorothy Harris and liams. 1st place Standing Brownsville Junior High School auditorium Lawrenc. E. Btchlar, Mloml-Metro News Bureau
.f Mrs. Barbara Williams are Protect for the year Broad Jump; Deloris Fisher agent, pates with the class president and his cabinet. From left, kneeling; Elvis Paschal,
the sponsors. beautification of the new 2nd; Rosa Wallace 3rd. secretary of commerce; Richard Howard, secretory of agriculture; Samuel Stubbs, attorney gen
addition to Rainbow Park '
: eral; Charles Gibson, secretary of defense Standing, ionic Lewis, secretary of labor; Ruth
Congratulations to the The welcome mat Is Other Participants were: Stubbs, secretory of treasurer; Joann Johnson, postmaster general; Homes Robinson, president
Fencing Team in Its vic- always out visit us. Rosa Harrell and Shirley ; Joe Randolphvlc..pre.lde"t;Denise e Burnslde' secretary of state; Anntolnette Booker,

tory over Miami Springs. Mrs. Rosa L. Fortson, White. secretary of Interior; Barbara Ford secretory of health, education and welfare.
The teams defeated
Miami principal;. Mrs. Sarah Congratulations girs; for
Springs boys team
10-6. The girls team defeated Kelly, ,prsldent of PTA. your fine effort. You are Preferential Treatment for
Miami Springs the "Stars" of tomorrow's
girls team 3-1. Outstanding Sports World.

Darling players and were Billy Cathia Hall. To The DairyField Special Bulletin: In'the Afro Annual Negro Students ?

finals held at Moore Park,
(Fencers received two
plaques for their out- trips to the Gra- Friday, December 11, Drive A SuccessNine For the past couple of weeks, there has been a tremen-
standing' playing. ham Company dairy are Janie McQueen, Barbara representatives of dous amount of discontent,afloat in Miami's Negro'community..
la store for first gradersIn Williams and Elease Mc the Miami District of
It all began when the Department of Public Instruction
The Booker Washington Heights Eady were InstrumentalIn
Earlington the Afro American Life
announced that by 1967 the Senior High Department of three
Cagers were defeated by Elementary School. The causing Carver to be a Insurance Company qua-
Negro Junior-Senior High Schools would be phased out.
Roosevelt on their first first place winner.
children, four groups of lified for the Presidents'
Immediately, the Negro teachers began to wonder about
game Dec. 11 by a score each '
about 65 yonugsters $1,000.00 CluW during the
of 66-69. The Junior var- will make the trips Dec. Ghlgleri, assistant direc- Annual Collection Drive their future.However,they were assured by the County School
sity was defeated 26-27. economist Is In Board that the planned phasing out of the three schools would
17, Jan. 14, Jan. 28 and tor-home Week of December 7, by
The Junior Sports Day Feb. 4.Teachers. charge. collecting $1000.00 or more not cost anybody his job. They were assured that assigments,
team placed third In the on their debits during the in so far as possible, would be not only in the employees'
Sports Day tournament. who will accompany The children will see week. Those current areas of work, but at the same level. Also, there
The physical education the children are cows milked and fed, go would be no cutting of salaries.Our .
department Is preparing Mrs. Phyllis Gevertz, Mrs. through barns and be Strachan, agents Josh Brown Arlene concerned teachers, after being assured that they had
for the Intramural program Sdna King| Dec. 17; Mrs. treated to milk or Ice Otis Spearman, Georgianna, nothing to fear, returned to their business of the day-teach-1
Grades 7-12 will be Horne Mrs. Rosetta during their hour- ,
Lucy cream Hughley, Grace E. Vaughn, ing our children, ren.
patlcipating. Grade sections McArthur, Jan. 14; Mrs. long stay at the dairy. Margaret Hanna, J. H. A couple of weeks later, one of the Negro principals was
!= will compete against Sarah Stern, Mrs. Mari- Dean C. B. Gibson and demoted. Once again discontent and concern prevailed.
each other. Boys are to 28 Mrs. .
play bastelbaand Rlrts lyn Thelma Grlvjack Wilson, Jan.and; Mrs. H. "KlngFish" Ferguson I think our Negro teachers, the Board of public Instruc-
This tion, and the and leaders are to be com-
are to play volleyball. Feb. 14. group will represent many parents Negro
Penny Gardberg, Try a Classified Ad the district a s mended: The Board of Public Instruction, for the action'it is
Awards or citations will Tours are arranged For Be.t Results special guest of the President taking to desegrate our schools; the Negro teachers, parents
be given to outstanding through the Dairy Council Dr. James H. Lewisa and community leaders, for the responsible manner in which
students participating. of South Florida as Our Classified Ads t a Banquet 1 n their they stimulated and motivated public awareness of a just grie-
Students will play after part of Its public Informa- honor to be held sometime vance.

school. tion program. Miss Judl SELL ANYTHING during the month of Feb- But nothing was said, by any of the parties involved
ruary 1965, at the Home about the Negro students who will be transferred enmasse to
Office In Jacksonville. all white senior high or predominantly white senior high

Teachers Can Work 10 12 Through the cooperation schools in this phasing out process.
or of our thousands of Will they be given preferential treatment so that they can
I satisfied policyowners and keep up with their white classmates?
effort on the part of the Without adding to the already excessive analyses of the
Months Next YearDade district personnel our An- level educational achievement of the Negro in Miami as out-
nual Collection Drive ,for lined in the Quality Education Report of Dade County 1963,
1964 was a hugh success. I think this report makes it abundantly clear that preferential
County public all schools participating, for the summer program will treatment must be given to the Negro student in Miami. Such
schools may daopt a plan to provided their students are require more than four million treatment does not mean the mere physical transfer of these
to give year-round employmentto sufficiently interested. dollars in local financing, students out of the ghettos for a few hours of the school dayto
teachers, but children will New opportunities for if his 12-month for teacher Our special Christmas Coral Gables or Miami High.

not have to go to ummmc teachers to improve them employment is not adopted. Edition will be published Simply to shift these students, without any preparation,
school-unless they wish. selves, working with fewer Hall has asked the boardto from the Negro ghetto to the surroundings of Coral Gables,
Teachers would not haveto and smaller classes and devoting give immediate consideration wed Dec. 23. Rtttrvt may lead to the same results (in educational terms at least)
teach the full time. They much time to research to the summer programso that the now ,,discredited automatic promotion did. from the
would have their choice-a and planning. About 300 planning can progress or your space nowl 'point of view of race attitudes, it may lead to something far
standard year with standardpay teachers would work in"con- be stopped. But he wants the worse-the erroneous "discovery" by white 'middle-class
or a 12-month year with tinuing education centers,tt 12-month plan referred to the children that the newly arrived Negro classmates are inferior.

12-month pay. dividing their time between school system's Salary Com- -.- .. .-...
teaching, studying, observing mittee for study.
The prosposal was present and working with outside ex The superintendent hopes ii
ted to the school board Tues perts. that his proposals would benefit -
day by Supt. Joe Hall It is all personnel, and would
tied to plans I for a greatly Special centers for highly change the basic pay for
expanded summer program talented students in music, teachers. :
developed by Associate science or other fields. A Members of the Classroom It7 :
Superintendent John Bahner.As single center would operatefor Teachers Association are : -P. I
he sees it, the 1965 students from all over the asking, among other things, yt
summer session will feature; county, as did last summer's for an increase in salary.The
A wider variety of academic music center at Miami Beach beginning pay for the 10-( :
programs tailored to Senior High. month year of $4,750 would .
suit students individual I I The School Board was Informed become $5,700 for a 12monthyear.
needs and interests with by Hall Tuesday that t

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FOR YOUR w. Swrlc All Maira* *
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Pictured above are the thanlel Mack reigned as
W. Also RatTV's NO-S.rck'al omee Tv aimat king and queen and attendants king of the University for

by the week or month RUPTURE PILES Kiddle University.of Laughlin's Little the sic""Orange Parade.Blossom Clas-

..... Rectal D...JIM*, VarteoM Velar, Miss Wanda Frederich, Runners for atten-
907 N.W. 2nd AVENUE Discard Prostate Trees- No Upoa loot Corroettoa tl..e- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. dants were Anthony up Keith

LUCKIE'S TAILOR SHOP Rapture low coot. Emanuel Frederich reigned Vickers and Linda Edwards -
1110'NW 18th AT. Phone FR 4-2044 DR. LONG'S CLINIC as queen and little Mr. Kevin Smith and

.IMS. .BW. lot. 8C ...PR. s-a.. .,. Anthony Nathaniel Mack, Kim Lowe and Reauchean
a:X::, Miami, Fla. son of Mr. and Mrs. Na- Williams and Roy Barnes.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, December 19, 1964 15

5,000' ftspendertf CMHmis-: Christmas: ;( Without Presents1
\ : : Face<: ; : ,

-- It Is estimated that more Neither the state nor the
NAACP Official than 5,000 Dade County Children county Includes in Itk.budget
will not be reached by money for Christmas time. In
ConvictedTAMPA I Santa Claus this Christmas Dade County volunteer agencies
whether it rains or shines solve the problem in the

A Florida In both Youth Hall and Institutions.The .
Kendall and in the state-run combined state and
1h '
State NAACP officer has foster homes there will be county welfare rolls have
been found guilty of obstructing presents perhaps a special more than 5,000 children for
a policeman In meal or even a party. whom it is impossible to get
Yf the performance of his The great majority of a present into every home.
r duties, a charge which can Dade's dependent childrenare Welfare department board
cost him $500 or a year In however those who con- members ask for contribution
Jail. tinue to 1 live at home with on their own, usml'.tato stationery -
their parents under a case- to appeal for Christmas
/ Rev. Joel E. Atkins,
Christmas money.
worker's supervision. -
president of the Winter
bureau of thoWelf..e
A special
Haven NAACP Branch will have meaning
4 y and first vice presidentof to them unless some Good Planning Council coordinates -
Samaritan does something all the Christmas.
the Florida NAACP
p7. State Conference was about it.Metro. charity for kids to make sure
A Welfare 1 Director some kids dont get too much
f tried for his attempt In
June to seek Informationfrom Ray Goode said: "There is no while others get too little.
police officers con- money for them. The food will Three staff members of the

cerning the arrest of sev- be the same, for sure there Welfare Council are working
eral members of the youth won't be a tree, and in most fulltime to get to the unfortunate -
council protesting racial cases, no presents." homes some kind of charity.

discrimination.Rev. .

Atkins' case was '*" .
SSS" :S ,111 S' SSS 7't '.S' '.S "
Ministers Plan Yuletide heard before Judge Roy il' ; ;}'}1 s 1s';"? sui''
H. Amiwon, in whose :' ti1i111X.1\1t': \1f' S ::1t

court the NAACP leader .........w.....

Song Festival Dec. 29A had earlier this year pro- '::::::::'
tested and demanded an ':';';","

Yuletide Song Festi- carol music with the and the Johnsonalrs. end seating.to racially Rev. Atkins segregated is also {@; .,,7Atis

val will highlight Dade's newly formed Miami All A special section has a plaintiff In a school :: f ; ss,s1:1sv ;
activities during Christmas Male Chorale at Bayfront been reserevd for the suit presently In the Fed- :...;.:\,'
s'% 1i1t; ::1lsrss'1r.1s':1i77: }+:1'111F' {'
i n all its glory o n Park Auditorium Dec. 29, senior citizens of the eral courts.
Tuesday Dec. 29 when theMinisterial 8 p.m. Scott Homes and Jolll-
Voter Registration vette Plaza who enjoyedso NAACP units throughout By ALBERT. ('fOKKTilE

Committee will Featured performerswill much the Gospel Caravan the state are rallying YULE SEASON Is Just Our Lord
present an evening of be the Utility Voices, Christmas would not behind this harassment of here again Vet It seems yesterday.
singing and Christmas C-Lord C's, Bells of Zion be complete without the one of its militant leaders. ; was betrayed;
The Church Work Just yesterday we Dy a man with whom lie
flavor that our
last Christmastree.
citizens bring to the com- mittee of the Florida State out It seems just yester- This prayed was; done with a kiss

Annual Christmas Tree munity.To NAACP resources has and offered their In day that Christ lived and The Master predicted it

I make this evening his behalf and energies funds died.When would be thus.
Lighting Dec. 21 complete the Christmas being sought for his defense all Is over and Just yesterday.Just .
done with, It often seemsas
Story will be narrated for and that of the
the kiddies by WMBM's If It happened just yesterday. King Jesus
The annual Christmas Tree Special will be youths arrested last sum- .
guests 40 pouular disc jockey "But- yesterday.AN was tried;
Lightning Pageant in Day front residents of Miami i nursing terball," really Santa In mer. Not a transgression had
Park this year will be spon- homes who have been invited disguise. A Christmas he to hide,
sored for the first time by the to attend the lightning as well tree with goodies galorefor YOUR SKIN COUSIN Of (guilt Pilate found him

City of Miami Beautification as a private reception in their the kiddies will also JUST YESTERDAY free';
Committee. honor at the library followingthe help to make this a most Just yesterday, Christ But his persecutors would
not let this be-
Church youth choirs Inter- program. memorable evening. lived and died;
national choruses and a "We want to share some of Lo 'tis sad at Christmastide. Just yesterday
Plan to sing along with
soloist I will present the the holiday joy with these itI .
the happy holiday pro- Just yesterjday. Pilate
program at 7 p.m.Dec. :.n unOer people who might otherwise gram and enjoy For men seemingly forget washed his hands( ;
auspices of the committeewith miss a lot of the Christmas mas to Its fullest. T's the this fact nut to this day his sin
Mayor Robert King -High activity" said Mrs. Lizabeth time of year for peaceon As Santa started to steal still stands;
turning on the Christmas nee K. Martell chairman of the earth and goodwill to I the act- He let men decide Christ's
lights. pageant which she has organized all men.Zetas. Just yesterday.Just fate; I

The program will be in the for the past 12 years and God forbid that he enterheaven's ]
If Santawe'd
secretary of the Miami Beautification 'gate-' I
area adjacent to the Miami
Public Library. Committee. to Meet in There would forget; need be no Just yesterday I

HollywoodThe regret; Just yesterday On a
., This commercial thing
I Negro-Jtwish TtNsion OH Rise December 10. meetIIng mlgrt disappear; Christ wooden Jesus cross a ;friend the
of Beta Tau Z e t aChaptor This, vanity which filled world lost;
Zeta Phi Beta
of the air-
The American Jew must re- Others including Catholicsand Sorority will be held at ; Just yesterday.Just This however they did not
examine his relationship with Protestants have "seizedthe the home of Mrs. Laura'' see;
the American Negro Detroit torch" he adds. Robinson; who lives in m in? Eddie Lee Pitt- yesterday. Christmaslost They and were men like you

Rabbi Richard C. Hertz declares The Rabbi charges in Hollywood, Florida. A big man, popular local businessman the Christ. Just me- .
in the December issue Ebony that Jews today are motorcade will leave from is the new own- For Santa we've paid the yesterday.Just

of Ebony magazine.The resting on their past laurels. the home of our Baslleus er of the Dive-Inn Bar, price; yesterday. Gave he
"To Jews" he writes Mrs. Juanita Pinckney at 1772 NW 70th St. Phone I surely want you to see
the Ghost
rising tide of Negro- "the Negro Revolution seems 7 p.m. All Zetas In the 091.0131! He invites all Santa brought with him a And up ;
Jewish tensions DT. Hertz to resolve around who is area are expected to attend his old friends to come tree- went host to Join the

says "serves only the cause buying the house on their this very important und meet new friends. Just yesterday.Just Our heavenly Savior ; In
of the segregationist." block." meeting. Kveryone welcome. indfOffers stone prison was put a
In the national Negro mon- lie says Negroes resent the yesterday. The skies In three days he was
thly the leader of the largest flight of the Jew to .the all- were bright; rlsen-
Reform congregations in white suburb. lie adds that a wL, 7' THE All NIWHAMPTON As wise men traveled far Just yesterday.Just .
that night
America states flatly that handful of "gouging Jewishmerchants" lL HOUSE The Santa idea; had Its
Jews are being left behind in in Harlem I 1 yesterday. For you
the current protest movement the good done by hundreds of Hllj ",':,.;: ;,: ClubJGl! i Started origin to here.get out of handI and me;

in the U.S."While. Jewish NAACP members. ." .. .'- -. -,.- -. .- --. ..,' fear- King Jesus died on Cal-
The Rabbi calls on Jewsto
Jewish organization participate directly in the For Your Enjoyment. Just yesterday.Just Because of Santa., kids
*'are still passing resolu- Negro cause noting that Christ only see
tions and issuing statements" "freedom is indivisible... MUSIC & DANCINGFridaySaturdaySunday walked yesterday.this land; Toys put round a Christ-

Dr. Hertz writes "Negro Jews are safe only when everyone Brenings He preached His sermon mas tree-
leadership has safe..that's the Just last night.
swept past else is with outstretched hands
them with direct action." way freedom words." 'J And fed the people bread -Albert Wellington Cooke

..... ---- ............. *Eaoh Nite Ladies Nile and fish; 1004
Heaven thanked a boy for
2nd DRINK ON THE HOUSE] this- This is my Father'

MAD MAN MAX L FREE GIFT DRAWING Just yesterday. world-cOUlSIN.

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Couches14.95 up Mink, fox and other stoles and fur Jackata $5 to $10.
TV's Caabmoro ....t.re $2. Mink collar $5. Pro.toon
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,16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, December._19! 1964 .

: 'ompbeJ': I : N'amed; : I Coordin at or if Civil; Rights:

2 Killed 4 HUrtin WASHINGTON Pres- third, the move will jurisdiction over all business the nation. the peaceful progress
dent Johnson has named coordinate the activitiesof in the nation hav- The president received a made under the new Civil
Vice President-elect Hubert many federal commis- ing more than 100 em- standing ovation when he Rights Act.

Crash H Humphrey'- sions now engaged in civil ployees. entered, and his speechwas He said he planned
ordinator of the Admln- rights program. These Rights leaders have interrupted b ty ap- "nothing less than full
Two persons were killed tration's multiple civil include the rights 'divi- reacted favorably to plaus repeatedly :"Lincoln assimilation of more than
and four injured when rights activities.The sion of the Justice De- Humphrey's appointment, was one of m y favorite 20,000.000 Negroes Into
,\ a car failed to negotiate move, which rew partment the Civil Rights made at the National Ur- presidents' Johnson de- American lift.
a dead end highway embankment praises from civil rights Commission, the Presi- ban League's Community clared. "11*. signed the "Our
this week near leaders, is significant in dent's Committee on Action Assembly in Emancipation Proclamation. "is object he explained -
Tallahassee. All the occu- many respects. Equal Opportunity In Washington, D. C. Whitney (It) was a procla- all not to make
pants were from Panama First, iris certain to invest Housing, the new Com- Young, the League's mation and it was not a it has people always alike.been It Is, as
the office of the munity Relations Service director, said "We have fact. It shall be my purpose to allow -
City.The Highway Patrol Vice President with greater and the President's Com- great confidence In the and it is my duty to blessing of access to every
said the dead were Annie powers than at any mittee on ,Equal Employ- integrity, ability and fair- make It a fact." permitting each to, while keep
Lu Wyche 3J the driver time in the nation's his- ment Opportunity, more ness of the vicepresidentelect. At this!' point the aud- his sense of Identity witha
known Plans Other spokesmen ience rose as and
and her husband tory.Second commonly as one culture and
Jerry, tradition"The
44. it is a clear indication for Progresss.In struck a similar hopeful cheered.
.that the Presi- addition to this group Observers said the pre- president told his
Those injured were dent Intends to have his Humphrey will administer than 350 leaders sident's address to the audience that he would
Grady Smith, 38; Otis C. civil rights program administered the forthcoming Equal heard Johnson announce Lea cm e' represented his not be satisfied"has until every
Williams, 24; Mary Fran- by a public Common Opportunity Humphrey's new role at strongest civil rights statement Negro the right, unquestioned -
cis Smith, 35; and Ells official with a long rec- the Federal the League conference t o date. H e attAcked and unres-
Carroll ord of and dedica- FEPC which will be trained, to go In and cast
31. They were energy established which mapped ways of the notion that the
admitted to Florida A and ton in the cause for equal next summer wiping out poverty In Ne- rights movement will produce his ballot in every precinct
t M Hospital. opportunities and which is to haveMrs. gro communities! across violence and cited in the country.;


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Fan Blade $292,500 ,
last week for taking part in a someone does this they can go
series finance company hold- completely free. Mrs. Lillian Bailou, 47, "Insurance Real Estate, Mortgaje"
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Eighteen-year-old Thomas least four robberies and held a St. was struck by a flying (NPI) Hardy 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380

Lawrence Sands was sentencedto gun, and this must be taken auto fan Saturday after- Epps, 38, a construction
10 months in Dade County into consideration." noon and was in serious worker was awarded

Jail. James M. Wright, 17, was The judge said Wright took condition at Jackson Me- $292,500 for injuries he '
I put on five years probation. part in only one holdup and morial Hospital Sunday. suffered during an eleva- CHRISTMAS GIFTS

They pleaded guilty and testi- then refused to go along with The accident occured tor fall while working on
fied against former guard any more. when the famed Marina City CORSAGES FLOWERS ..PLANTS
Convicted of mastermindingthe
Kenneth Hertnon Dean. gunned the engine of her project.
robberies i 34yearoldDean DECORATIONS 'and ARRANGEMENTS
Miami Police Capt. C. O.
Huttoe and the defense attorney a 260 pounder was car while lifted.the The engine hood The award was part ofa HIGH QUALITY LOW PRICES
was whirlingsteel
$637,500 settlement
George Okell pleaded for sentenced Nov 6 to 10 years
blade broke loose
and released persons ,
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struck her and landed ona aboard the 'elevator when
Judge Jack A. Falk said: bond. Herman C. Roach a co- roof across the street. It plunged several storieson Bring !. thin,ed for a free gift pot. lag to bay
"I have given a deal defendant,,was given four years tnbne !
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of consideration to this matter. and released on bond. An ardent religious and, I
: Store hottra: 10 a.m. T p.m. 0k$.)'s 12 to 0BARON'S
civic worker, Mrs. Baillou Epps suffered spinal Injuries -
and 'her aiRed' mother. Mrs., .
for resulting In partial
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and classes JANUARY4th.
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