The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 26, 1964
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00195

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ami Hoard of Realtors announced -
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hardship* on the taxpayers. -
;t.t HAS NO NEGRO VOTERS lic Dade housing County l projects and asked in ."

;\ :, city and county com- Haley Sofge executive
TALLAHASSEE The racial barriers at the
missioners, from now on, director of the Miami
I II Liberty County voter registration office have fal- to turn them down. Housing Authority still

len. The organization said plans, he said, to go before -
that privately owned ren- the city commissionnext
Sixty-two Negroes registered Wednesdaywith tal property can provide"a month and seek pre-
the help of Mrs. Bessie Reese, who stayed satisfactory solution to liminary approval for a
i e new 170-unlt high rise
+. overtime to see that they were all taken care of. housing'" of low cost apartment complex for
It was not made
Mrs.. Reese is county registrar. clear how this could li the Trail elderly site. on a Tamalml .
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I.. :: This is the first time in about eight years that In letter sent by Da, "Our primary Interest
Negroes have been on the Liberty voting Hat. vid S. Danforth, board low is to income supply housing to

The last time they signed up, they were subjected executive secretary, the by urban families renewal displaced

to so much harassment they -asked. Mrs. Realtors stand to outlined all Metro their and projects or expressway
Reese to unregister them. Miami commissioners. lie construction or to the elderly -
who pay a dIsproportionate -
said in the letter
Mrs. Reese's explanation of the absence of : share of their

Negroes was that "some mean old boys" threatened "It is our earnest hope income in rent" said
P+ x.4 w?f t ; them. that the DaOe County Sofge.
Commission and the MIami -
Thirty-eight Is
,. This leaves only Lafayette County without Negroes table Commission will the average rent in MHA
any propos-- units, Sofge said, and the
; on the voter list.Wednesday's als for public housing and average income of people

registration went off smoothly. allow the Miami Board of living in the units is
Realtors to offer its ser- $2,600
a year,
of- --
the the
Leading Negroes to registration
fice were several employes of the Congress of Christmas! ; Judge Fries 42 .

T ; Racial Equality, including Spiver Gordon, field with the, Metro court. Theorder
*s secretary, and. Stu Wechsler, Sidney Daniels Forty-two prisoners in releasing them was

tlsfra and David Dukes, all task force workers out of Dade County J Jail got their lined by Senior Metro Judge

the Quincy office. Christmas present early Thomas O'Connell.

r Unlike some Negro activities in other partsof Tuesday. They were released The tragedy of the

the state, the Negro registration drive in Liberty All are short timers, and action la that most of the
not youth. Only prisoners are "wino. and
County was bouyed up by the seasonal amnesty for
two of the persons who registered Wednesdaywere many will be back in jail
such case Is traditional
before Christmas morninc
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greetings to all from the Bethune-Coolman College Family* !;,'.\' C', .... "W'-f'Ioi'' '' 'r ,, .
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for all British .have been canceled. that the limit on her
visa had run out.
entertainers to., go to this is not a political
South Africa, ; said the thing. We are entertain. Tuesday night the pop
London agent for British ment people. It..is a question :star appeared before multiracial -
pop singer Dusty Springfield of ,human rights." audiences in Witte-
who" was ,told to
home a Cape Town suburb -
leave there Friday after Arriving from John- after refusing to
performing l before a multiracial -I nesburg by plane; Miss sign a promise to the gov-
audience."' '* : Springfield .,said' 'In London ernment not to do so.
"I do hot know any-
Tito Burns, the agent, thing about politics but Louis (Satchmo) Armstrong -
said: 'The Searchers and this is ridiculous.. ''American trumpeter OHS MEET Civil rights champion Roy Wilkins, NAACP .x.cvfiv. director, and
the Zombies, both musi- t was ,refused an en- Archie Moo .,.former light heavyweight champion Mr.
in The boxing ,'weresnapped chatting curing
cal groups, were going South African interior 'tryla by 'the South
January, and Eden Kane department implied 1'ArrlcanH.go .:: on, WIl11' 'r.. .,, visit to Son Diego'Calif Looking on'&a.tartw.n.W.(! ,Ragsdol..tocoi. NAACP .,.
wasto have gone ;In ,Feb; ;that 'the.British, 'vocalist'* letA2A? *ithout"giving'-a Itroldlr"UI.t.) ? i .
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, December 26, 1964 3 .

I Policemen, Indicted } Failed to Protect Citizen's Rights I

DETROIT Two Dearborn police officials Birmingham :
have been named in a federal. grand jury indictment _: Order
t on charges they failed to protect the Bows to ::& '
,t r rights of citizen whose home attacked _u"' ." ..
a was "we nave practically no recourse restaurant and were:: : served:: :: itifleNtj
.f during a racial dispute. left," Ollie McClung. soon after the McClungs made
the announcement. Formerlythe
co-owner oC pllie's' BarbecueIn r
Police Chief Garrison Clayton, a veteran of Birmingham, Ala., said i McClungs would serve
..I' more than 20 years on the force, and Safety Wednesday after the U.S. Negroes only take-out orders. r r
"1; Director George W. Lewis were charged with Supreme Court rejected the On Monday the court ruled
the public accommodations
) sitting idly by while a mob which eventually challenge Civil i of Rights business Law axajnst'the and. ; section of the Civil RightsAct
; reached more than 400 in number attacked the they started serving Negroesfor is constitutional as TO OUR
home of Guiseppe Stanzione on Labor Day, the first time. applied to Ollie's and in an
1963. Five Negroes entered the Atlanta motel.
The mob mistakenly thought that Stanzione Unemployment Here At
had sold his home, in an all-white neighborhoodto I w

a Negro family. The mob hurled eggs, Lowest Point Since 1959 THOMAS GROCERY
bottles and vegetables at Stanzione's home,
poured sugar into the gas tank of his car, and 2387 N.W. 75th Street OX 1-9769
slashed its convertible top. Unemployment dropped to its lowest point since December
1959 during November 1964 with an estimated number of Reginald and Agnes Thomas, Props.
h Stanzione later said he had rented the upper 21,700 workers on Dade County's (jobless rolls said Harry L. r
apartment of his home to a white couple who Tyson, Miami Metropolitan Area Manager (for the Florida *3E y r>1 ry'' ir&fl'>%
4 had hired two Negroes to move their furniture.One State Employment Service. J10

Tyson said thatDode's unemploymentincluding the Cubanrefugees M.y .harness be wIsh.
of the
movers brought his wife
along to
was 5.0 per cent of the total labor force during November
help with the moving. It .
was while the movers r..nrJ y ws ee this
Excluding the refugees, the County's resident unemployment
were at work that the mob moved in
1 the debris. was estimated to be 16,200 or 3.8 per cent of the pnhh.e.rM....ssn/
1 total labor force and this figure of unemployed 6,000 fewer TO ALL 0
Stanzione later filed suit In court against than 'for the month of November 1963. *
Clayton, Lewis Dearborn Mayer Orville Hub- Total nonfarm employment reached 334,900 workers during) OUR FRIENDS- r
bard and 13 other top police officials, asking November in Dade County, Tyson said. I
$250,000 in damages. The suits still are pending Tyson said that this put Dade County's |lob rolls, 5,9 00

U. S. Attorney Lawrence Gubow said both workers ahead of. last year and that every industry group ex rf
men will appear voluntarily for arraignment cept construction experienced Increased employment over
Monday before Federal Judge Fred Keass in "November' 1963.
Detroit Tyson said that manufacturing employment was up over
last year 2,100 workers to 48,100 that was equal to the record LOWERY'S SERVICE STATION
high of employment for this industry established in April 1963. 516 N.W. 20th Street Phone FR 9-0177

King Cole SufferingFrom The transportation industry gained 1,300 workers over a CLIFFORD: E. LOWERY OWNER
year ago to bring this November's total to 35,200.1,400 additional ROOSEVELT HOLUNCEH LAWRENCE SMITH
workers to the employment in the r.tall.and wholesale
Lung TumorNat trade industry group to bring their total up to 94,000, financial, .
insurance and real estate establishmentsgained 300.mployees
(King) Cole, one ot the Cole's i illness I I became over last year to bring their total employment up to 23,300 ser
greatest stars of popular known first when he was vice industries added800to their lob rolls for total of 68,000 L
music, is being treated in a forced to cancel an engage
Hollywood hospital for tumorin ment at the Sands Hotel in Las workers,employment in government agencies organisations _
one lung. Vegas. reached anew all time' high of 44,900 employees during Nov. k tL
It was disclosed Wednes The seriousness,, his illness ember which was 800 workers over a year ago, and construction -
day by his physicians that the became more apparent '
employment off 200 workers from a year ago to to20,600
is I last Thursday when it was
45-year-old seriouslyill.
They declined to say if announc d that he was unableto Tyson added that average weekly earnings: 'in manufac- ____
the tumor is malignant. appear as star of the first turing during November were up $2.59 over last year to $81.99
His illness was termed a I popular music concert at LOS and that average hourly earnings went from $2.01 to $2.06 during .
respiratory ailment when Cole Angeles' new music center. the same period. r *
was admitted to St. John's Frank Sinatra substituted.

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cians said Cole would be ableto earners in the music world, ti>' ,.. ,. -'i.'l'. : >> ; ";-'r'.1Ii .(". ." ,

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allow time for his full recu- I J.1
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, December 26, 1964

pany, as Hotel and Restaurant Commissioner. Ford Makes Grants for Trainingin
Hamrick was manager of Governor Burns' gub-

ernatorial campaign. Other appointments made Managerial and ExecutiveNEW
by the governor are:

II. K. SKIS MUNi) HKF\KH:Krfttor mid Pnlllsher Ken Morris, manager of the General Whole- YORK Grants to Improve the training of Negroes
GARTH C. REEVES IlIaDaxiDI Editor sale Co. of Jacksonville as State Beverage director for managerial and executive posts in business and Industrywere

Member of the National Newspapers Publisher A ocUtlo. and Benjamin Oehlert Jr. of Orlando as announced today by the Ford Foundation.The .

SUBSCRIPTION RATER chairman of Fla. Council of 100. grants center around Texas Southern University, |In
MONTHS 9ZJOO FOREIGN HXtt whose business school is the first
ONE YEAR IS.OO SIX committee Houston, predomln
Governor Burns plans appointing a nt.
Entered .. Second CUM Matter August> 9, 1927 at the Pout Office of experts to study Florida's tax laws. lie ly Negro school request accreditation by the American Alto.
Florida under the act of March 8, 181" Schools of
lit Miami ciation of Collegiate Business. They
wants to hold the line on taxes if that be pos-
Main Office at 6740<< N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1-O41J sible. .- $600,000 to Texas Southern's School of Business for
Downtown Office 1112 N.W. Srd''Anne Phone FR S-ttM raculty expansion and reduced loss size, scholarships,faculty

"CREDO OP' TUB NEGRO PRESS" When will the payoff appointment for all released time for research and curriculum revision, strength

The NEGRO PRESS fcflletfs that America' can beet lead tas those Dade County votes the governor receivedbe ping of the library, a guidance and p I ace men t program, co.
world from racial and natlonnl antagonism when It accord UY made?
human and with nearby high schools and colleges and
'ry man regardless or race creed or color hU operation prepare.
legal righto. Hating DO man fearing no man 4he Negro Press tion for i inspection i by accreditation officials next spring,
atrhrea to help every man In the firm belief that all me* ar*
tart aa long: aa anyone to held back. GOOD ADVICE $150,000 to Indiana University for an arrangement
through which its business-school faculty members will be ableto
CHRISTMAS"Glory Miami's Chief of Police Walter Headley offers help with the development of the School of Business ot
timely advice to parents about giving
to God in the highest and on earth some Texas Southern,,,
peace to men of goodwill." B-B guns, .22 rifles or shot guns to children for "Since 1953 the Foundation has. given $33.7 millionto
Christmas. One of these guns in a boy's handscan
help improve education for business at the university and
Christmas on Friday. We be dangerous.
This year comes college level," Marshall A. Robinson, director of the Founda.
must therefore move up publication day for the not Chief Headley says: Too often youngsters use tion's Economic Development and Administration program, said

Times. We hope you will have your paper B-B's to shoot out windows, then they start today. "Enrollment in collegiate business-education programs
later than Christmas Eve. "
shooting at passing auomobiles. has, however, consisted overwhelmingly of white students.

All the world loves Christmas and most of He recalls a serious auto accident caused With more Negroes seeking careers in business it is evident

the world has contributed something toward the when a boy shot a passing motorist in the that larger numbers in the foreseeable future will continue to

customs associated with its' celebration. Cheer, temple with a B-B. The driver struck a light pole receive their training in predominantly Negro colleges

happiness, friendship, generosity these are and was seriously injured because he lost con- "One of the avenues to improvement of the Negro'sposition

the notable attributes of this bright festival, and trol of the car when he was struck with the pel in the national economy is greater opportunity in the
it is no wonder that people of all kinds and ages let. business world. Improved professional education for business
participate and welcome it. Gathered about the
of that these
is one means assuring widening opportunitiescan
birthday of the Christ child may be found the The chief believes that no boy or girl under
be used. Thus, it is important to strengthen schools with
pageantry and symbolism of all races of men 18 years of age should be given gun and even business
who have gladly given of their heritage to if they are 18 they should have proven their programs.aimed
"The are at improving training in
brighten its warm glow. Probably nothing in ability to handle a gun safely and also to have and grants .. the of current
application mathematics
the course of the whole year would be missedas mature judgement. techniques concepts ,
much by most people as Christmas if they statistics, and the social sciences to business problems, for
were to be deprived of it. Miami police officers have been instructed to example that are credentials of first-classbusiness edu
confiscate any B-B guns they find in the city. cation."

For the first century or two of the Christianera Texas Southern, with a 1964 enrollment of 540 busi
We think this is good advice and hope
there was no specific observance of the parents and guardians will read, mark and inwardly ness 'students, was one of the first schools of its kind to In.
birthday of our-Lord. This was natural becausein digest. stall a computer and to use it effectively in business educa
the first period of Christian expansion it was tion.

the ministry and teaching of our Lord climaxedby Give every protection you can in order to The Foundation's five-year assistance to Texas Sou

his death and resurrection which formed the save lives. There are far too many human beings them will include fifteen four-year scholarships to School of
burden of Christian evangelism. Slowly it must killed or injured
Business students each year, and to Improve the base from
have germinated in the minds of His followers
which the selects for business semi.
university -
Remember the life taken be programs
can yours or
His birth called for
that the day of. some par-
your child's. nars and workshops for business teachers and guidance and
ticular recognition. The first evidence of suchan
administrative in local schools and col-
personnel high area
observance comes from Egypt about the year Perhaps an, ordinance governing the lim
age leges. Funds will also be used to establish advisory committee
200. It was picked up in other places and in the it and use of these weapons would be helpful.A of business-education faculty, other an educators, Gild
course of time received general 'approval among
communities of Christian people. There was no businessmen, and for consultants from a number of universi\ \ ,

unanimity about the exact date, many different NEW CANAL ties.
dates being selected in different places. It was Among President Johnson's plans for the The grant to Indiana University will provide for per.

not until the end of the fourth century that December country is that of building a sea level canal that sonnel to advise on curriculum changes and research, conduct

25th was generally accepted. Today would replace the Panama Canal. Such an an- faculty-student seminars, and assist i with such matters as

throughout Christiandom Christmas, the birthday nouncement was made by President Johnson faculty recruiting and long-range financial planning for the

of our Lord, is the most important day of last weekend. Texas Southern Business School.

the year. While not definite Texas Southern and Indiana Universities have cooper
Columbia is being eyed as
Many of our churches will have the midnightmass the favorite spot for the canal, and Columbians ated informally for more than a decade. The dean of Texas

on Christmas Eve -and Carols and other are well pleased with the idea. Southern's School of Business, Dr. Milton Wilson, a number

music will be heard in churches, on radio and President Marco Robles his faculty received degrees from Indiana, and at least one
television throughout the season. upon receiving the Texas Southern faculty member has been on the Indiana campus
news said it was an "historic
day" for Panama each summer. engaged in study for an advanced degree,
From appearance and reports Christmas in that would create" a favorable atmosphere for research, or other scholarship preparation. The dean and memo

Dade County will be well, spent as usual. negotiations. bers of the Indiana business school faculty, in turn, have

This is the season of the year when every- Locally the canal in Columbia 'would provide visited Texas Southern's campus to help plan for growth and

body who can possibly doso unloose purse millions of dollars in revenue for that country.Ye development..

strings in satisfying their needs and wants. Editor recalls that during his boyhood

It's the season of the year when Santa Claus days Bahamian laborers went from Long Cay, --- _. --

comes and he will not accept no for -answer.. Inagua and other islands to the Isthmus to help -- I
in building the Panama Canal. BARON'S NEW HOMES
Department stores and other businesses have
been kept busy for the first two or three weeks Panama has been giving the United States J largr b..dl'oom, 2 bath, I''hl. room, garage

and the rush was really on during the last few quite a lot of trouble over the canal. :Many Open g to 3
days and nights before Christmas. Late comers of them especially the younger people want to 651 N.W. 47th Street 1835 NW 41.t St.

found it difficult to even find Christmas trees. control the canal and would be pleased to see 1921 N. W. 50th Street
the stars and stripes cease flying in the American earner 150 x 100 nth ..,,'t. and 3ht Terr
So when all is said and done we can repeat zone. Business
Lot Good for or
what has been said.before Isn't it a good Maybe they will some day.
We build, buy land hon'f". or ntot1gagraeLARGE
thing to live in prosperous and peaceful
And so we sing:' Beware of the term "liot". It has two or three -

Christians, awake salute the happy morn, meanings. In summer we use the word to des- ooooooooooooooooooooMERRY
cribe the weather. In
the foundry or machine
Whereon the
Saviour of the world was born
Rise to adore the mystery of love, shop we use it in heating and melting metal. ._._._--- -----ISmMs-

Which hosts of Angels chanted from above: Then we must use it in cooking. But the word is
With them the joyful tidings first begunOf also used in referring to acts of dishonesty: A CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY

God incarnate and the Virgin's son. thief has goods taken from a home or a store
and he tries to sell
them. They are termed hot. NEW YEAR
y We wish one and all a blessed Christmas and
; a Happy New Year. Last week we read headlines in our news- the
May Peace
\ papers telling that three men were sentenced to that the Christ ChUd brought

POLITICALGovernor five year terms of imprisonment for illegal
; possession -
of "Hot Money Orders." abide with you and yours always.
Farris Bryant preparing to leave

the Capitol, has made his last appointments. They were convicted by a 12-member jury Your Humble Servant
three-and-a-half hours'
Governor-elect Haydon Burns, who in Janu- Judge David W. Dyers' court. deliberation in
ary takes over the office of Governor of the REV. IRA McCALL

State of Florida, has begun appointments for office Let us always remember to be on guard for

during his administration.Last any' suspicious purveyor. 800 N.W. 67th Street PL 4-6292

Saturday he named William Hamrick "Temptation is the fire that brings up the
an ezdcUtiveyoyf the 'Gulf Life Insurance Com- scum of the heart.-Boston.

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her father, Dr. Boyd receive guests at the ,-..--...........
1 a above and at the tea RATTLERS TRACK
"TRAZ" untlLT..\- table.
HAMM of Ba-
daughter, Gall, are spend-
ing the holidays In Tallahassee cardi Imports is happyto
with Altamese's be back home after (FAMU) The Florida 1 1Ali
two weeks working In A&M University I ''
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parents.Mr. frigid Chicago. track and field team 1uG 1 I III IIIII rI

and Mr*. ELIJAH opens the 1965 season
'TIS CHRISTMAS Eve time plans were completed TStM
:\McKINNEY. are happyto GEORGE In with bowl meets. sche-
and I sincerely hope your for the sending of father of Mrs. Catherine
have their daughterand
duled for
gifts are wrapped, tree cheer packages to mental Roundtree of 6525 NW January
son-in-law the
Coach Ken tllbson said
decorated and patients at South Brow-
you are relaxing 13th place and Sam Bet-
Davises (EWe) hn'
ard. entered! his track-
while listen
to visiting
you sy of Opa-locka are -
favorite Christmas home for the holidays. men in both Orange and
here from Thomas-
your SORRY TO HEAR that Effie and Matthew made
Carols; it must be won*, ville. Mr. Betsy will be 09 Senior I Bowls meets
Klmbro under- their home Winchester
William ,
derful to be that well organized years old Christmas Day. mmThe Orange Bowl
but not I-how- went surgery at Christian Va. Invitational will be heldin
Hospital. Hope you're on CHARLES C. NOR T II and the
ever, here goes my yearly Bill. The SURIE ALEXAN Miami, Jan I.
I will the mend very soon, manager of North's Travel Senior Dowl Invitationalwill
promise shop
DERS are hosts for the From vi to you-,nd you.
Bureau planed out of Miami
early. CONNIE be held in Mobile,
JOHN and days to Dr. and Mrs.
Tuesday to spend the -.rtd you. May M Kotid.y
DILLARD'S handsome Charles Kennedy and son, Ala., Jan. 2. The FAMU
INTENDED mention
to Johnnie and Harold are Mrs. holidays visiting Nassau, team will be withoutstar .. t truly wondtrfulon '
the beautiful and inspiring Mr. and Ronald Hep New York City, Washington ( l 011 *
home for the holidays. burn and Theodore Un- performer Dob
Christmas cards we received and Atlanta, Ga.Chl'istmas .l
but the days passed Johnnie attends Cookmanand derwood. will be Hayes. The double
and the number of out- Harold, Morris Brown. OLIn HOLIDAY b1rthda1'wishes spent in Washington Day as Olympic gold medal winner

standing cards grew more JESSIE ADCER of St. are for Venda Rei the dinner guest of his sister signed a professional MR. & MRS. ALBERT

numerous dally, I decidedto Augustine is the houseguest Harris and Reginald Rod- and brother-in-law, football contract with AND DOROTHY
forego names and just of Mrs. Annie Mae riguez, Dec. 22; Ollle Pin- Mr. and Mrs. (Edythe) the Dallas Cowboys of
say -*. thanks to all of you Twine and family der 23; Clara Knight 25; Wars. the National Football SMITH AND FAMILY
for your lovely greetings. Thelma O. Clark, 27:.Dorothy League
RONALD FR.I/IER of Weaver, Dorothy Ellen 1It..___._...,........................
TEENAGER Alpha Houston, Texas is spend- Jenkins and Richard
Smith of' Jacksonville, is ing the holidays in o u r Welch and Paul Young, 28; THE AGE OLD, but
visiting her father and sincere wish May you The Inc.
Magic: City. Louise Williams Delores i Rinkeydinks i
step-mother Mr. and 29 and Regina Faust and ,
Mrs. Albert Smith Jr. Alpha 'OL. CLA15DE" CLARKE Holts and Audry Wilson, and there be peace on
or "Bonnie" as she is is delighted to have his Anna G, Sweeting on the earth to all men of good Goes OrientalTo
called, is the niece of Ann sister,, Mrs. Stallard of last day of '64, Dec. 31. will. i
Smith. Chicago with him for the
holidays. Mrs. GERTRUDE W.
YOUNG are spending SADIE at an open house for
Christmas in Selma, Ala. of Los Angeles, Calif., is* her relatives Mr. and j DANCE
with Jewell's parents, Mr. home to spend the Christ- Mrs. M. Smith of Atlanta BERRY'S DRIVING
and Mrs. J. White. mas holidays with her Georgia at her home, Friday, January 15, 1965AT
daughter, Juanlta Ham- 1260 NW 43rd St. SCHOOL
VERNIXCIIA BETHEL berry and family.
NW 15th Avenue
COLRS of St. Albans Long Friends have been asked -
Island, N.Y. is spendingthe HOME FOR 'h.'llttnla,. to call between 10 a.m. 691-5283 Donation $2.50 (reservation included)
Ronald Ward Venda
are ,
Christmas holidays and 4 p.m. Christmas Day.
with her mother, Mrs. Ilei Harris, Carolyn Smith, Mrs. R. Williams and Mrs. And a For Advance Ticket Call
Harriet Bethel and her Aaron Jerome Straughterand Lillie Mae Perkins of ,
HAPPY NEW YEAR NW 4th .1\i'.
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nephews and niece, James David Dobbs. North Miami Beach will Klnkrydliik Graves, ,
Uethel, Aaron Bethel and IUnkf>clink Packard, PL 1-1475 Fit U-01M
Roslyn Bethel.HARRIETT. ._44 _4 ___ Junto
are going to spend
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6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, December 26, 1964

I 2 Convicted in Shotgunning of "Big Nick" eac oni

1 Andrew Harris, 21, was found guilty of a
5 minor charge of simple assault. Ozie Green, 35,
;EJ'JiE fSS :EJ::
1? who rode with the trio in a wild, two-mile chase
4 following the Nov. 3 incident, was found not
? guilty.
J Nicholson was wounded when he approached
? the trio as they sat in a Parked car, the jury
Christmas !7 was told. Although bleeding, "Big Nick" chased -
f them to Harris' home where. he was agait i
'* hit by a shotgun blast in the leg.
e A Criminal court jury took two hours Saturday -
r to convict two defendants ,and free anotherin
J o the shotgun shooting of "Big Nick."

.. accused gun-
Colden James, the
(7rJI !| man was found guilty of aggravated assault In...
I the wounding of Willie Nicholson, a tough but
4 I effective Miami policeman.Greetings .
1964 art _---- --_. l 1QAA.._,
May the true
meaning of

yours.JACKSON'S .

We would like to take this time out to thank our 1298 N.W. 62nd St.

many friends and customers for the way they aSO rPs 757.2327
have accepted us into the Liberty City area and npO all of you-our GREETINGS
N JL friends and patronswe JOBS
to wish you all A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND wish a very merriest TO ALL Male and Female]
I of merry Christ. Finest domestic and commercial .
mases. OUR FRIENDSFor jobs In the Miami
: Christmas Gifts and area.
Taylor's Excellent domestic opea
BLANCHE'S15S3 ings now in New York and
Shop NW 62nd Street Connecticut
Beauty Transportation advanced
6010 N.W. 22nd Avenue NE 3-9316 Phone 691.5851 Burlang Associates
Mrs. Blanche Welch
THE HOME OF FINE FOOD AND IMPORTED I Valencia Farrington Mrs. Mattie L. Barkley 502 NW 54th Street
I Thelma Johnson Phone 757.7674
Mrs. Elmira Taylor, Prop.
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THE MIAMI TIMES rda''f, December 26, 7 i

. StantoR SaMsoM Dies; Lincoln lank Official Rattlers to Integrate Alabama Bowl y 1

Stanton D. Sanson, 64, the field of equal oppor- MOBILB, Ala. Two Felts led the Rattler \
died unexpectedly Monday tunity in employment and Florida A&M University In rushing In '64 and was
en route to New York an active official in the Paue Way Sale of Rattlers will play for the second in toting IK
on board the steamer Urban .League's Skills South in the Senior Bowl led the Rattlers in both
Queen Elizabeth after a Bank program. here Saturday night, Jan. departments In '63.
five-week vacation In Eu- 9, 1965. Hayes, considered theworld's
rope. His wife, Maxine, Daddy; Grace Property J
was present when he Senior Yowl Qen.Mir. fastest. human,
.. Rea Shuessler was second to Pelts in
passed.A ---
Idle Hour ClubThe changed gifts. PIHLADELPIHA-CNPl- announced recently that scoring in '63. He missed
crusader for higher Idle Hour The leader of a group seeking halfbacks Bob Hayes and the first four games while
Art Club
education Florida and We are so happy to the earthly domain of the 'I l two
in met at the home of Mrs. Bobby pelts of the Florida >> Tokyo picking up
as education committee Rosa L. Ferguson Dec. 17. have Join with us Rev. late Bishop Charles M. (Sweet 1\ & M University told medals for the U.S.
chairman of the Florida The meeting was openedby Mrs. Queen. Daddy) Grace has cleared the Rattlers will be the first Olympic team.
Council of 100, Mr. San- singing Christmas On January 4 the club way foe sale of church proper Negroes to play in the Both Hayes and pelts
son conducted the ,survey Carols. Mrs. Georgia Rol w i 1 1 be host for the ty owned by the late religious post-season game. have signed professional
that led to the passageof lins expressed her grati- city association of Wo- leader. football contracts with
the $125-mUlion dol- tude to the members for men's Club at the homeof James Walton, head of the Host Georgia National pootball' League -
lar College Building working for the Muscu- our president, Mrs. United House of Prayer for ,Iub.. Hayes got a
Amendment in 1963. lar Dystraphy which wasa Helen Jones, 1511 NW All People, Inc., had been Guest three-year no cut pact
huge placed in jail for refusal to from the Dallas
He was president of Bat success. 51st Terr. Rev. and Mrs. L. R. Cow
remove a lien of $800,000 boys. Felts came to
Harbor Towers, Inc.,
which owns the Harbor Christmas gifts were Plans for our annual against the property.Walton's Brown are"the delightful agreement with the Bal
House In Bal sent to Mrs. Mary Out- Rainbow Tea are now being hosts to their nephew, timore Colts, Western
Apartments law from each member also made, which will be group and the Herbert Bridgewater Jr. a
Harbour and chairman of Division champions.Dallas .
a basket of fruit was Jan. 25 at the YWCA, United House of Player for school teacher in Atlanta, coach
the executive committeeof Tom
Ga. Herbert is the son of
Thanksgiving NW 21st Ave. from
the integrated Lincoln sent 5100 All People of the Church on Mrs. Mary S. Hughes and Landry will be the coach
National Bank A staunch. For Christmas party 4to6. the Rock of the Aoostollc the late Herbert Bridge- of the South team This
liberal, he pioneered in the club members ex- Mrs. 12. Tappen, reporter Faith are engaged in a water who has been deceased will be the first time
struggle to take over the late ten years Dec. 30. Coach Landry will see
z ( tCt Bishop Grace's domain. Mr. Bridgewater will his star In action..
The property will be sold, leave Miami by plane on Hayes will also play
and the proceeds held by the Christmas Eve to spend for the NorthSouthShrine
court until the controversyover Christmas in Nassau with Charity game in
succession is settled. his grandmother, Mrs. Miami Christmas night.
Jestina Brldgewater


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elimination bout between
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Patterson of New York and
George Chuvalo of Toronto, POP'S CLEANERS
Canada, has been changed to
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vision.shown on closed circuit tele- .

Originally,the date for the STRAND CLEANERS
12-rounder was set for Jan.
29, but Ned Irish, presidentof
Madison Square Garden, 2108 NW 7th AVENUE
'fr said Monday the date was
\ switch to Monday night to
accommodate theaters and
0 The New York area will be 1045 NW 3rd AVENUE
blocked out of the closed
circuit television. Irish said.
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, December 26, 1964'

Dr. Moore WIGS ;

Rent a Wip
the holiday 3 days or snornAo
be 11114 Ifttle at $5.00
with Joy andhappiness 0 .. This is Your Life'DAYTONA KIMBERLY'SBeauty
you and your BEACH The Daytona Beach community was Salon .
family. well represented in an assembly in the college auditorium ofBethuntCookman 4310 NW 7th Avenue '
College when Delta Beta Undergraduate e Phone 757.9254 7&4302ACHRISTMAS e .

Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., surprised President -
: : Moore with a program of "This Is Your LIf. where he
received many giftstelegrams and letters and his wife, child. GIFTS
May happiness bt with
ren, sisters, brothers and relatives and visitors and other CORSAGES: FLOWERS PLANTS

:, 4r; yew and yevrt of thi.ChnIhMnti. friends who contributed to his success were present" to greet DECORATIONS and ARRANGEMENTS
...... .and Dr. Moore has served in the educational circles of the
State of Florida for the past 35 years. He was a teacher, RUTH'HADEN ORIGINALS
EBONY BAR Ifwwthevt the cemng coach, elementary school principal, high school principal, Brtaff u daM e4 for a free gift-Isi U toy
New Ytorf Florida State Supervisor of Secondary Schools and for th e 15972 NW 27th Are,, Opa-locka .... 621.9763Btor
PACKAGE STORE past 17 years he has served as President of Bethune-Cookman ....ra 19 .M. T .... -a5a1/,. It teSEASON'S S
6928 N.W. 15th Ave. TINTS LIQUORS College. He is Lay Leader of the Florida Conference of theMethodist

Mike A. Manager Church, Central Jurisdiction. He has served as a .
member of the Planning Board of the City of Daytona Beachfor t........_.........................erlsrw

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Committee of the city. OUR MANY PATRONS AND FRIENDSWe

Dr. Moore married the former Miss Beauford Jones and. sincerely Appreciate your pa/trona&.
they have 9 children.,boys and 4 girls.Under .
the and hope to
during serve
part year you
r his administration, Bethune>Cookman College has
better in the New Year
grown from a accredited college to a 4 year undergraduate
institution with membership In the Southern Association THE DAVIS PRINTERY"PRINTING

of Colleges and Schools, its highest regional accrediting OF DISTINCTION"Since

agency. 1948
During his 17 years tenure, more than $3,000,000 in new
construction\) and renovations have been completed and the JOHN II. DAVIS, PROP.

tr = sr faculty} with no Ph.D'I'ln 1947, now has a faculty of which 230 NW 14th Street Phone FR 94922

40(% hold the earned Doctor of Philosophy degree. The enroll .._-_...._--_....-....__...
ment has from 2501u11'time college students to 867 full
grown -_....__.._.._-_.._----
students and
. time college representing 20 states 4 foreign
countries.Dr. .
.N Moore states that the endowment of Bethune-Cookman
College In 1947 was 135000. Today, the endowment has PATRONS A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A

reached more than $2,000,000. HAPPY NEW YEAR
The outlook for Bethvne-Cookman. College is most encouraging *
and the entire community and College Family com -0-
pliment the Delta Beta Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, FLASH GROCERY & SUNDRY

f for recognising this outstanding leader. 5552 N.W. 17th Avenue OX 1-9544

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Christmas: : 6917796, 696-3602 or 5010 N.W. 32nd Avenue NE 4-9127
PL 1-3604 634-5667 James and Elouite Farrington, Owner
To and all o .Beautiful Horn.
one oJ Built on Your'Lotor 5932 NW 17th Are. .__...._-_.. ....._ ---
of our many ours MR& RUTH COP LMD
.t- .Attractive Alterations .. '#I.I""J
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THE MIAMI TIMES. Saturday.. December 26, 1964 13 J
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LANGSTON Olcla. "Developing a Better in lombiMf
Roundup Student," was the third annual High School- BIRMINGHAM-NPI( )-Poliet here art reportedly seekingto
College Conference held last week at Langston link three men to other racial I bombings offer they were

7KmKm----By_ _Joseph_ __ L._ _Turner_ University here The conference, held, in con- arrested 'in connection with a bomb blast outside a Negro
- -- ,; nection with the Faculty Freshman Develop- church.
KEEP 'EM GROGGY Study Group Activities, involved high school The suspects were captured by a plainclothes detective
teachers from 21 state high schools who had been following them. The men allegedly sold the
RICHMOND, Va NPI blast was a "prank." I
( ) Followingi
on the U. S. Court of Appeals ruing] last TALENTED ASSIST Police/ arrested Henry Alexander, 35; James M. White, 31,
week that the tuition grant programs in Prince SOUTH UADLEY, Mass Plans for a and Donald B. Landers, 19, after a gasfilled plastic balloonwas
Edward and Sorry Counties were unconstitutional ;; special eight week summer program called, "A exploded outside the First Baptist Church, which was
Negroes immediately filed a brief in fed-- Better Chance," designed to expand the educational also bombed in 1957.
eral district court asking that Virginia's tuition }- opportunities of talented high school According to Deputy Curcuit Solicitor Frank Riggs, the
grant program be declared unconstitutional girls from disadvantaged areas were outlined three men are suspects in the Nov. 29 bombing of the homeof
because it grants white children educational- here last week by Mt. Holyoke College. The Charles Spears, a Negro.
benefits not available to Negroes. The aims of program calls for the enrollment of 50 girls Alexander was one of four whit.lI.n arresttd and indicted
with high academic potential and in 1957 after four churches and homes of
the group is to bar tuition grants throughout an eagerness two pro-integration-
the state.LIVING to learn in a program of academic .and cultural., lit ministers were bombed.

STUDENT LOANTALLAHASSE TWO were acquitted by an oil-white jury, and charges
MADONNAS against the other two, including Alexander, never came to
Florida A and M\ Univer- trial.
GREENSBORO, N.C. Bennett college stu- sity Law School has been allocated $2,250 by
No one was Injured in the latest church blast but
dents made models near
staged eight the American
scenes portray Bar Association for loans to deserving -
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of the
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building, an offense punishable by death.
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about 2 per cent of the so'uth's total Negro ,
enrollment were attending biracial classes this i
year. This means that the number of Negro ,
students attending' public schools with whites j 19 64
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gp>port summer biology high ,
=,,c, ;Wnool teachers. The grants were received from
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1 GARY, Ind. Quentin P. Smith, 46, was ap-
>ointed to the city park board here last week. i
math, the first Negro to become a Park Board
member is principal of Pulaski School, and has
been in the Gary school system for 25 years.


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memory of our beloved MRS. PEARL DOWNING e .

CARDS MEINORIALS DEATHS husband, father, of 26610 SW 138th Ct.
hrother and uncle. Naranja, died Dec. 18. J:1IfI
She is survived by four ...--....:..J. ---
,ons. Clarence, Walter

IN MEMORIAl IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn four Willie and daughters J.; W. ,Downing Mattie; Are soon you? If planning so, you to have retire -

Annie Nesbitt,
Houston. probably been t giving; to a
loving memory of In sad but loving mem- In sad but loving memory Laura Williams and Claudia lot of thought for some
our mother, sister and ory of our dear wife of our husband father Ir Mae Cheeks; two time and certainly
andgreat Nathaniel Fowler you
grandmother, mother, grandmother and grandfather brothers, made a number of prepa-
Leonard Fowler,
grandmother, and
rations for such an Impor-
f ;. remains tant event. But have you
DORSETT Whltehead Her
this life
departed secured information about
to Swalnsboro
who passed Dec. 15, 19G3. December 21, 1963. Ga.shipped for burial. social security benefits?
She is not dead. She is You've gone but not Have you found out the
just asleep. forgotten, you will always amount of any benefits

. Over life's lone Journey be remembered by ne SARAH ANN BIL- payable? Do you know
she tread us. LINSLEY of 2345 NW what proofs you must

She gave to us her youth Your gentle face and 31st St., the six-year-old present before you receive -
and strength, patient smile daughter of Mrs. Mary E. benefits? Your social
She made life for us free fRa with sadness we recall Stephens, died Dec. 17. security is a very Impor-
from punishment j You had a kindly word She is survived by her tant part of your future

Sleep on dear heart we r for each mother, Mrs. Mary E. planning and with a
won't forget '" and died beloved by all. Stephens; two brothers, little advance preparation
The agony and torment tW! "'" c, it The voice is mute and Arthur James and James you can approach your
You faced and yet I stilled the heart, Billingsley; two sisters, retirement with a greater
She Is not dead If. that loved us well and Beverly, Yvonne; two feeling of security. To repeat -
She Is just asleep. f. true BENJAMIN HOWELL aunts, Mary and Mattie a slogan we often

Jerolene L. Ooakely f.t f.I' Ah, bitter was the trailto who departed this life Billingsley an uncle. Ser*> use, "Inquire before you

And Family part December 25, 1963. vices held Monday in the retire,,"
from one so good as you
Key West chapel.
Now the laborer's task is
f' You are not forgotten o'er, You might ask, "Why

loved one Now the battle day is past JAMES BRYANT of fhould I Inquire before I
.' R'.}1i"I' \ fl"CAn. Nor will you ever be, Now upon the farther 4612 NW 18th Ave., died retire?" Yeu may .have a

IN MEMORIAM .... CHM'l.: As long as life and mem- shore Dec. 20* He rs survivedby general idea df the benefits
ory last his wife and other relatives you may be entitledto.
Lands the at last
MRS. we will remember thee. .Arrangements are But do you know that
In sad but loving mem Gone but not forgotten
WALTONwho We miss you now, our incomplete.MRS. certain members of
ory of our dear husband The Howell Family your
father, grand father andgreat departed this life hearts are sore, family may also be entitled -
grand father. December 22. 1963. as time goes by we RUBY MORRIS, to benefits; Or that
There's miss you more, of 4729 NW 15th Ave.. you may be entitled to

At the end an open of the gate road .. Your loving smile your IN MEMORIAMIn died Dec. 22. Arrange- some social security bene-
.n, Through which[ each must ments are incomplete. fits even if you do not.
no one can your retire completely? If
go alone, loving four
vacant place. memory
not know all the'
And there In a light we beloved nephew answers -
Mildred Prince wife ,
.. to these
cannot see t- questions,
Elliott Prince, Jr., son .
get in touch with
Our Father claims[ His Rosa and your
own; security office well
Beyond the gate your Lillian Smith All PERRY, In advance of your plan-
loved one Arthur 5145 NW 29th Ave., died ned retirement date and
Fiids the happinessand Thompsonl n law. Dec. 16. Services conducted get the Information you

rest Mr. and Mrs. JacobPrince in the chapel MondayRev. need..
And there Is comfort In : W. E. Sims officiated. -
brother No
the thought sisterinlawTwo and Survivors Include his matter what your
That a loving God wife Frederica, a son, age, or how far away you
knows best. grand daughtersA \. daughter, mother and are from retirement, social -
Oh we miss grandson '''' sister of ; a brother security is still Im-
you so '
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-\ portant
for it
much, our hearts are so .J of New York City, a
saddened. step-son, Officer Freddie day-tQ-
The Family IN MEMORIAM Waiters and several oth- you and your family
'. : ., er relatives including W. against the risks of total
',.1.\r (: O. Perry. disability and untimely''
', \
rn memory of the late ''I. death.
CARD OF THANKSThe ," of, .. '
i ," Learn about your social

MR. MERRY M. WALTON family of the late, ,f ., ,"' Mr. and 7-year-old Mrs. Frank son Alex-of security social security by visiting office. your The

/ ander of 2320 NW 62ndSt.
who departed this life De- SARAH LEWIS } ., died Dec. 7. Services people there will be gladto
cember 25, 1962. help you. The social security -
There's an open gate who died November 30, .. held Tuesday in the office in this area
At the end of the road wish to express thanks M MEVERETTE. chapel. He is also survived is 12695 NW 7th Ave.

Through which each and appreciation to all LUOENE by two brothers grandmother
the friends and three sisters and a
must alone neighborsof
And 158th St. s Mrs. Seretha Cheat X-ray Unit
there in a light Opa-locka, !
we cannot see who were so kind during t + who fell asleep December Bell.

OUr Father claims His their hour of bereave- 25, 1959. Being ReplacedEach
own? ment. Thy work is done, J. Here awhile they must be MRS. MITTIE WISE,
Beyond the thy sowing and reaping. : parted 1010 NW 55th Terr., died
gate your the Christ-
is And the flesh Dec. 19. Her husband, year
loved one Thy crown won and its Sabbath
mas Seal Mobile
hushed Robert, two sisters and a Chest X-
Finds Is keep
happiness and thy weeping \
Ray Unit of the
brother Dade-
rest from tears and woes, Waiting In a holy stillness are among her Monroe
And there is comfort from earth's midnight\ \ Wrapped in sleep. survivors. Services will Tuberculosis and
In the thought dreary, thine is repose Vera A. Wilson be conducted Saturday 1 Respiratory Disease AJs-+
where Reginald Johnson p.m. at Mt. Carmel Baptist sociation takes approxi-
That a loving God knows ever weary,
best. sweet be thy rest | And Family Church, Rev. ''D. A. mately 50,000 ches t X-

Oh we miss you so Eugene Mackey, son fIn Bradley, pastor.GOLD1NG rays. The present equipment

much, our hearts are soaddened. I _. was purchased i n
1947. This
$ FRANCIS SMITH, 3600 means that
NW 11th Ave. died Dec. approximately 1,000,000
The Family
NUmoriam MRS. OPHELIA 18. lie i is survived by his x-rays have been taken,

p----- McKINNEY JAMES HKNRY RICHARDSON wife, Louise, mother, without a change in
of 1027 NW 1st Mrs. Melinda Brunson equipment.
In a
CARD loving memory of who departed t his life Ct., apt. f 9 died Dec. 18. sister and a brother. Remains
OF THANKS the late, -
December 25, 1955. Services held Tuesday at will be sent to Due to numerous mech-
THEORIA BAYLES Her suffering ended with St. Matthews Freewill Bascom Florida for final anical breakdowns, it has
frS. Thelma Bradley HOUSTONwho the day, Baptist Church. Survivors rites. become necessary to replace
wishes to thank her pastor Yet lived she at its close, include his wife. Mrs. this equipment. For

Rev. P. S. Brown of departed this life on And breathed the long Armetter Richardson. ; six WILLIE MORROW of that reason, the Mobile
Mt* Tabor Baptist Church ,December 24, 1963. l long night away sons, S. H.; Gilbert, San- 21630 SW 120th Ave., Chest X-Ray Unit will
also the different clubs, Mrs. Houston served as In statue-like repose, ford, Willie. Paul and Le- Croulda, died Dec. 18. Arrangements not be in operation from
nefghbors and friends superintendent of Christ- But when the sun In roy a daughter, Mrs. Wil- Incomplete. Monday. December 21st
for their prayers and Ian Hospital for a num- all his state lene Tucker a son-in-law through Tuesday, January
deeds of kindness shown ber of years. Illumed the southern Sherman L. Tucker and 8 ZEBERDEE THOMP- 4, 1965.

her during her stay In She leaves to mourn, skies, grandchildren.MRS. (KINS, 1320 NW 61st St.,
the hospital and recup- Alvin W. Houston. She passed through died Dec. 19. He !is sur- If there is a need for
erating at home. She is husband Glory's morning gate MARY LOWERYof vived by his wife, nine chest x-rays, during this
especially grateful to the Two daughters, four And walked in Paradise. 717 NW 2nd Ave. died children, mother, two period of time the Dade
doctors and nurses at Mt. grandchildren Daughter, Dec. 12. Services Thursday sisters and seven brothers. County Health! Department

Sinai hospital. Words and l a host' of relatives Frances A. McKinney in the chapel. Survivors Services will be held Sat- gives chest x-rays
cannot express the deep : friends are her husband Willie urday at 1 p.m. at the each weekday from 9:00:
feeling of gratitude for mother Mrs. Eliza Church of God in Christ, a.m. to 11:00: a.m. and on.

.' those who prayed for her Thank You beth Glenn. Elder Isaac Cohen, pastor. Monday evening from 6:00:
and were so kind to her IN MEMORIAM p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
t' during her Illness. MRS. FAITHFUL DAR- JACK A.
.( I Allow me this space in CUS of 2463 NW 153th 1870 Service Rd. The schedule for the
, In memory of our son your paper to thank my Terr., died Dec. 13. Ser- Dec. 20. His wife, died on Mobile Unit for January,
k and brother, many, many friends and vices held Thursday in and other relatives, Irene will be published at that

i III MEMORIAM CHARLES MATTHEWSwho blood donors for blood, the chapel. Survivors area vive. Arrangements are sur time.
flowers, cards and, dona- sister, Mrs. Justine
Incomplete.OFFIE .
In loving memory of passed away De- tions.think So to many individually I can't Shaw of Dallas. Texas. ..,..,.,......'..n..J4.__

our son and brother, cember 25, 1961. thank all the Farrlng- SUTTON, 44
Death like an ever- NW
tons 8th Ave. Delray died
RUFUS CARLTON flowing stream, others, ,Forbes the Perry Flowers and LUTHER McD. MYERSof Dec. 19. His survivors include REDUCE

FISHER Sweeps us away; Our Bishop-elect Derrick, FT., 1444 NW 70th St., died his wife Mrs. Bir Loee 1Ip to 6 ..aurslk
' Ute s a dream Anthony and others Dec. 19. Remains will be die Sutton, a daughter,
who was killed De- An empty tale, a morn- Mrs. weekb-
on their bedside and at sent to Patterson, Ga. Mattie Brown;; a
cember 25, 1963. ing flower, home Also the Friday night for final brother, a grand daugh- DrLoBg154S
"The Lord glveth and Cut down and witheredin Times for their rites. Surviving are his ter Mrs. Dorothy Sutton
mention. S.W.
the Lord taketh away. an hour. wife, Mrs. Joanne Myers; and two great V grandchild let St.
Mrs. Carlton Olive Matthews, mother (Signed)' Richard five minor children ren. Services held Thurs- FR 3-2748
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: Urban League PI'aces,5OIUJin, :S"k i Bankprogram: I

WASHINGTON, D. C. More than 5,000 sitions in employing companies.

ntiers Back Anti-, skilled and talented Negroes have been placedin ((3) The purchasing power of Negro commun-
top jobs by the Urban League's National ities Is not
depressed only by high unemployment. -
Skills Bank (NSB) program in its first year of
overty Program Thousands of qualified and able Negroeswere
operaH-, Whitney M. Young Jr., the League's found working at far less than their high-
I executive director announced today. est skill.
[ILADELPHIA The board of directors,
In issued at the
a summary report (4)) Twice applicants could be
many placed
mtiers International -
meeting in a mid-' Action Assembly" Washington
- session here last week voted unanimous- were screened in 56 participating cities. Of if business would undertake more aggres-
jive full to the federal Eco- sive recruitment of non-whites and if Negro
support new these 25,000 were found ,to have professional workers
Opportunity Act of 1964, and assist in, executive and clerical skills, and one out of five notably secretaries, would show a
plementation of the Civil Rights Act of were placed in better jobs. The overwhelming greater willingness to relocate to areas where

in ad.all communitie where its clubs are to majority of candidates, however, were found to job tance openings often stems are from most fear plentiful.of poor Their educationalor reluc-
lack experience, education or training. housing opportunities.

According to Mahlon T. Puryar, director of
okesman for the international service
(5) Seven-eights of all applicants interviewed
the League's Skills Bank and job developmentand
hose, motto is "Advancement Through employment operations, the first year's ex- are in need of training or retraining. Some
Neustader called the Economic Op- in
this were placed scmi-ekilled jobs by League
perience be generalized way:
Ity" ., Act a giant step forward in human may counselors. Resume of those not hired, however
K' (1)) Between 60 and 70 percent of the nation's form the basis of manpower pools for retraining

.lis new human ,betterment program largest corporations are now backing the bank efforts. (The League has obtained Federal
with President Johnson's to with job orders. More are coming in all the grants in Pittsburgh, Cleveland, and New Yorkto
\"' themselxes time. begin retraining unemployed men.)
underprivileged to help
iant step forward to eliminate povertyca ((2)) NSB cannot touch "hard core" unemployment (6)) Although the numbers of applicants not
," he said. "Never before has this but it can change all-white employment holding high school diplomas are high, most are
:_ "nt of the people and. for the people patterns where they exist. About one out of sufficiently skiller for retraining in manshortareas.
repare the people to rise above the every 10 applicants placed in jobs were the first .
eprivation and to be in a position toe of their race to hold white collar or skilled po- "
"One of our biggest problems, Puryear said
the 'horn of plenty' unless through
"is to make Negro workers realize that, because ,
dole, relief and welfare, which all Neustadter noted that Frontiers Internationalat
held in Miami they were routinely turned down two years ago
11. initiative. < its annual convenion July at
I ; for racial they will not ordinarily en-
a5 r' ,I Beach, Fla. had created. a Commission on Human reasons
v lmembers)( of the 28-year old business Relations and much of the work in the are-a counter the same difficulties today. Times have
iwonal men's service were planning of both the Economic Opportunity Act and the changed."
pporTJthe new federal poverty''' program. Civil Rights Act of 1964 would be directed bya
expressed interest in serving on localpovertycommissions commission headed by Dr. Melvin Farris of YULETIDE

-u..vt < and helping to give Akron, Ohio. J. Philip Waring of St. Louis, Mo. GREETINGS :
"J! Illythese programs. is consultant and adviser to the Commission.
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16 THE MIAMI TIMES Saturday December 26 1964
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I Iour I your-problems to Church minions leave\ them there! I

u South Florida A.M.E Ministers,, Reappointed At Conference

Duing the 74th annual 1
Mrs. Bailey Heads Church session of the South Florida
Brat Conference of the African

F of God Women Methodist Dec. 913.Episcopal the following Church

ministers of the Miami and
whrS1 Mrs. Annie L. Bailey, of DetroitMichigan, has been con North Miami Districts were

secreted to the highest office in the Women's Department of reappointed
JustOve the Church of God in Christ. She is the new International I St. Paul Miami, Rev. T.C.
Kelly; Mt. Hermon, Ft. Lauderdale -
she < : Supervisor. Rev. F.E. Sneed; St.
Shea' ,,' Mother Bailey was officially elevated to the office, on James Miami Rev. J.B.

I c.-ry December 8, 1964, during a beautiful, but tense ceremony. At Blacknell; Ward Chapel I ,
She ft i '+ 1 Bishop O.T. Jones officiated, sounds of joyous weepin g Hallandale, Rev O.M. Cham-

SleThe< blended with the words of commission pion; Mt. Hermon Opa-locka
Mother the office of General Rev S.L. Gay Sr.; Metropolitan
v Bailey brings to Supervisora Miami Rev. J.J. Williams;

Yoi bag history of fruitful experience. As Bishop Jones said Mt. Zion West Hollywood, Rev.

Shi during the ceremonies, "Mother Bailey started at the bottom W.C. Grant; Allen Chapel

Shi and came up to the top." She once worked as a "street corner Miami Rev. W.A. Curry; Mt.

j evangelist." Step by step, Mother Bailey climbed the lad. Pleasant, North Hollywood,
/ Rev. James A. Askew; Gibbs
der of Her achievements have been
1 success. won over many
t Chapel, North Miami Rev. A.
disappointments and problems. J. Beard; St. James Ft. Lau-

/ During the ceremonial service, many testimonials were derdale Rev. Richard Thigpen;

IKorj. given to Mother Bailey. Mother Cora Berry of California said, Mt. Zion, Opa-locka Rev.

"We pledge ourselves, women of God, etc. keep Mother Bailey Milton Miami Fayson.nistt ct. Greater

I kind".Bishop D.L. Williams said that Mother Bailey is "onoln. Bethel Miami Rev. S.A.

ted" and that"we should pray that God will never leave her". Cousin; St. Paul Cocomu"

fafM During Mother Bailey's street ministry many were brought to Grove, Rev. T.E. Wright;
grc Christ. Bishop Brewer said that he was "convicted" under the Bethel Key West Rev. B.L.
Davis Bethel, Goulds Rev.
''teaching of Mother Bailey during this period Dr. O.T. Jones L. Holmes; ; Greater Mt. Zion

Jr. sold that"we can call Mother Bailey'Mother' without being Homestead, Rev. W.H.

ashamed" Bishop McEwen praised her highly. Zanders; Hurst chapel Per-

Other testimonials I I were given by Bishops L.H. Ford, rine Rev. J.S. Blake; St. John

Left to right: Dr. Arenla C. Mallory, president of Saint Junior Miss;'''Chicago, Illinois; J.O. Patterson, Memphis, Tennessee; J.O South Miami Rev J.R. Camp-
bell Martin Rich-
Bishop John S. Bailey, vice chairman of Executive Board, Detroit, Michigan; Mrs. J.S. Bailey D well, Baltimore;Maryland; Mother Beulah Qobney, Roanoke mond; Heights Memorial, Rev. R.H.

who is being congratulated after her promotion to National Supervisor Women's Department Virginia; Mrs. Lola Aikens, Detroit, Michigan; Bishop E.C. Johnson; St. Luke Miami

of the Church of God in Christ, Tuesday evening, Memphis, Tennessee Courtney, New Jersey; Dr. A.C. Mallory I was the Mistress of Rev. James A.Orisby; Bethel
Ceremonies. Hialeah Rev. H.L. Evans;
St. Paul, Marathon, Rev.
Mother Bailey is a woman of keen insight and organizational Little
Negro Church Calls White ability. Her offices will be maintained in Detroit, Rock Mission Rev. Archie

Michigan. Gallon; Key Large Mission,

SALTER'S CHAPELRev. MT. CALVARY M. B. Minister. The subject of Mother Bailey's address was, "Moving Key Largo Rev. Luther Lee.

Rev. S. Atchison, pastor Forward with" Christ". She admonished the women to keep the The Mt. Hermon A.M.E.
J. Benson, pastor
Flossie. H. Marshall, reporter Constance Carter reporter In Raleigh, M.C.., a white spirit''of Christ In order to move forward with him. In conclusion Church was host Rev., along S.L.Oay with, pastor Presiding -
will become
The Rev. Sister Claudia The members of t h ePastor's minister a Negro Presbyterian pastorof she stated that "women have a part of the minfitry" Elders J.A. Roberts and

Dixon brought the mes- thank Aid Board wishesto church Jan. 1 with hopes of and should meet the challenge by moving forward. P.A. Allen.
morning everyone for The Rt. Rev. Eugene
Sun day
age "building bridges of understanding -
from the St. John 1:1.: their their participation Pro-on between the races." Zion Hope M. B. Clifford Hatcher Bishop of the
: There was a very nice The Frank W. HutchInson Eleventh Episcopal District
crowd to hear and wit- gram. We were spiritually 34 Rev.of St. Louis said Elizabeth Jackson report'r TEMPLE BAPTIST comprising Florida and the
wrcej wonderful blessed by having a Rev. Paul Freeman .
ness this mes- pas't.Church Bahamas, officiated.
sage, along with some visitation of the H o 1 y he will accept the call of the i service was All activities this Sun-
ThAt Spirit. 160-rnember Davie Street day will be centered
distinguished visitors who spiritually high all day
came to worship with us. Our annual Christmas United Presterian Church. last Sunday beglnlng with around the theme of
The choir sang Christmas Pageant will be given on Huthcmson said, "It will l Sunday school. Zion Hope Christmas. The messagesand NEW MACEDONIARev.
l be a new experience for me the singing will all
lt Carols which took our church entire membership
minds hundreds of yearsto Monday 1964, at, 8 December p.m. Plan 28 to, My primary job ,is to preach I is wishing every body A point in the same direc- Roscoe Jackson
\ the birth of Christ In attend now, for and teach, but I hope to helpIn I 1 Merry Merry: Christmas pastor
OuBt Bethlehem. have been made for plans building bridges of understanding and a very Happy New tion.The feature Willie J. Beard, reporter
of the
your between the evening 3165 NW 56th Street
enjoyment.We races. Year. The pastor is still
service will
Dec. 19 the Now of the 170 u for the be a song-
Sunday, pastor asking prayers of Services last
fest. All the choirs will on Sunday
loFl funeral of Mrs. Carrie the Mt. Calvary member white Clifton Heights I the church for the sick.I participate and there were very high and well-
Bell Wilson was held, Rev. Baptist Churoh, wish Presbyterian, Hutchinson sai I shut-ins and bereaved will be attended. Both choirs and
FLAt congregational
C. Smith was In chargeIn each of you a very Merry "there really len't much ir I i families. Just remember singing of carols. The Usher Board No. 1 along
the absence of Christmas and a Spiritual the whole thing. St. Luke 2:11: "F o r number one choir will with the pastor were in
In Nas-
Trnv Benson who was the In confer- Feast. Don't forget t h.e "I have mixed feeling, unto you Is born this dayI present special anthemsfor charge all day. The pas-
sau attending Feast. Don't torget t o about talking about it. I I in the City of David a the occasion. Spend tor's text was taken from
ence.Mrs. put Christ In Christmas hoped to slip in there and g<, saviour which is Christ the day at Temple. St. John 1:40-52.:
Is First. the Lord.
Christine Allen to work.
S3 still In the l hospital at Welcome home to Miss The Sunday School
Jackson and don t forgetto Airman SAN ANTONIO, Tex Allen Chapel A M E Edwina Lord, who Is Christmas exercises will
C. NelsonJr.
George here from Bethune Cook- be held Saturday Dec. 26
visit her.
., son of Mrs. Gwendo- MATTHEW CHAPEL 5th Ave. 22nd Terr. man College for the holi at 8:15: p.m.
Mrs. Ruby M. Payne of lyn Sapp of 2164 NW 69th Property purchased for Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor days. She is assistant sup
C 3108 NW 58th St. Is leav- Lane, has completed Air building? the new Mat- Services begin at 9:30: erintendent of tht Sunday The pastor officers and
ing on the 23rd for Tallahassee Force military training at thew Chapel AME Zion ajn. with Sunday schoolled School. members of New Mace-
for the holidaysto Lackland AFB, Tex. Church Is located at 5632 on by the supt. Mr. donia wish each of our
her sister andbrotherInIawj Hill Next Thursday Watch- many friends a Very
visit NW 31st Ave. The trus- Terry presiding, assisted -
Nelson has been
wi) Mr. and Airman technical tees presented the keysto by his staff of officers night service will begin nt Merry Christmas and a
selected for 10. Happy and Prosperous
of and
toM teachers.
the and he
training as a supply spec- pastor mov- New Year. Remember
1116 Tanner
all ialist at the Air Training ed In on Tuesday, Dec. 14. Morning worship 11:00: Merry Christmas and Whatever you do, where-
nr Mrs. Canella White Is Command (ATC) schoolat The members gave the o'clock. The pastor bring- a Happy New Year. ever you go, put God In
fcdt here visiting her daughter Amarlllo AFB, Tex. pastor Rev. Daniel Prid- ing the morning message front; we would like to
and son-in-law Mr. His new unit Is part of gen a" surprise "pounding the followed by an old faah- see you In church again!
and Mrs. Dan Bogan and the vast ATC system party. Sponsor of lohed Love Feast. Choir
,tl grand daughter Christine. which trains airmen and program was Sis. Thelma No. 2 and the Jr. Gospel
s et She is from Smlthville' officers In the diverse Austin. Members contri- chrous will furnish music. RIDGEWAYt'hurch ST. MARY'S W. M.
the buting the pounds were
Ga. skills required by
;d.t1. nation's aerospace fbrce. Sis. Wooding, Sis. Carroll, Evening worship 7:00: of God of Prophecy Miss D. Major
,S Mrs. Agnes Davis attended Bro. and Sis. Weaver Bro. o'clock,, the Sunday school Elder H. L. Cox, reporterThe Rev. H. V. Stuart reporter,
c the wedding of He Is a 1962 graduate and Sis. Lucas, Bro. and. will present its annual pastor
k her niece Sunday in Hollywood of George Washington Sis. Chiles, Bro. and Sis. Christmas program. pastor and members MERRY CHRISTMAS TO
Fla. High School In New York Young, Bro. and Sis. are again extendinga ALL AND TO ALL A
a City. Bonds Sis. Llghtsey, SI*. WEEKLY ACTIVITIES warm Invitation for you PROSPEROUS AND
.d Salters Chapel wishes Gant, the Austin and to come and be with them HEALTHY NEW YEAR
you and yours a Merry Green families. (Mr. and Tuesday a.DO: the pastoris In service
Christmas and a Happy MT. CARMEL Mrs. Lobel Sis. Austin's calling a special business School on Sunday. Sunday No. 1, 2 choirs
begins at 10 a.m..
New Year! Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor employers,) Rev. and meeting. morning worship at noon. and singing Male both Chorus will be

McGhaney SpeaksMay Sis. Louise McGriff Mrs. Smith. Wednesday 8:00 choir You are also invited to be services.

reporter. Our song throughoutthe No. 1 rehearsal,. watch with the young people Thursday night Watch
the Christ Spirit The spirit of the Lord service was "Joy to night services will .be every Sunday afternoonat Night Service will begin at
dwell In you all at this was high. Our pastor delivered The World." The pastor Thursday night beginning 6 p.m. 10 p.m. First
'I< time and season. And I a wonderful mes closed by singing, "Near. at 930: p.m. the pastor or This Is the Christmas 1965 both choirs will sing
wish many good things sage. He was speaking The Cross" and a soul his appointee will bring week and we are having Jointly morning and night.
may come your way in about "Who 4s Her stirring prayer. the message.A a few activities. Our Second Sunday will be
the coming year. I am Christmas Covenant service at 3:30:
speaking for the membersold The pastor and officers Sis W. Weaver, cordial invitation is held on play be P.m. All members and
extended to Friday night December
and young, present and and the entire member- pastor's secretaryRev. worship at Allen everyone Chapel to 25 at 8 p.m. You- friends are welcome. Second -
of The Christian ship extend to you a very Daniel Pridgen Tuesday night there

Service past ,*..Prgrerv.Fellown,,....J.ftrcr.G lJqWMt Year......JP ....A:r '.'....,.........'.*..V.V.pStOJ..,...:"Thetchutid:. ret1h.program'Y.Phll l'aftend..J..J are cordially: ..:welcome;.r,.. a'+aa to .wtq",,I i -...memeg, 9.1 1A.J3Be! .'
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gal Defense Fund labor came to fruition here: $1.15 hourFlorida
[is week when the U. S. Supreme Court wiped per + ,
"it charges against some 3,000 participants in DRIVINGSCHOOL
aceful sit-in demonstrations. growers using foreign workers will
have to pay $1.15 an hour in wages after March 1.ak .
Jack Greenberg, director-counsel of the Lega 11, the U. S. Department of Labor announced i
fense Fund greeted the Supreme Court's 5-4 Saturday in Washington
ling, saying it vindicates "these '
young people 2607 West FlaRler St
; Labor Secretary W. Willard 'Virtz said the
ose courage awakened the conscience of the,
tion ,and led to passage of the Civil Rights{ new wage scale is designed to increase the use 1,. Miami, Florida .
et." of American farm laborers. Miami's flmtdriving IntfJt1'attd

Before March 1 the scale will be 95 school
[Mr. Greenberg announced three-point folvup wage
to the ruling: cents an hour, a figure generally paid now. We help you with the
oral and written question
A "massive The new restriction provides that before a
| operation to clear all de- alII
dams of all charges against them." grower will be permitted to. bring in foreign ,
labor he must offer the new specific rates to domestic -
lans to "call upon the Community Relation, workers, In most cases, these rates are Cathy McK nn.Y'
vice which was set up by the new Civil I I I higher than those now being paid foreign work- Instructor
hts Act. to use its good offices to per-. ers, ..........re....., ;

Ide local prosecutors to drop these prosecus tr.r+erMnrr........
South Florida to be hardest hit by
and spare us the and labor oi
her litigation." expense the higher wages are the celery farmers around ----1.1.rtetiug :
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Lake Okeechobee and the tomato and strawberry .
|But when cases cannot be settled by agree, growers in Palm Beach and Broward with :
t;, we are ready to proceed in court Counties. It la great
Marshall .' that we extend our sincerest ;i
urgood former Legal Defense
"Celery growers near Belle Glade generally '" thnnks and gratitude
d Director-Counsel
now a judge of the: import 500 to GOO workers each ," saidBryan Wonderful i
year ,, :to our
ted States Court of Appeals for the conduit t .
Page supervisor for the Florida State friends.
customers nnd ;
pledged defense of "every peaceful 1
'Employment Service. "That into
violent demonstrator" when the most rerash June.." crop goes t .,t May we solicit'your continued {,
':. of sit-ins spread in 1960. i j patronage with i IJ
Strawberry and tomato farmers usually bring 't the solemn pledge thai l
re have now kept that pledge, Mr. in 1,000 workers to Palm Beach and the Pom- wo will forever strive to ,

[nberg asserted. pano-Delray area annually, Page added. offer you the finest merchandise
e Legal Defense Fund now represents h"., ....,..._.._"'A -" and service
';than 13,000 persons arrested for variousof "Dade County shouldn't really be affectedby possible
demonstrations against racial discrim- the change," Page observed. "During the "PAT"

sit-ins, freedom rides, peaceful pa- peak month of March when vegetables are har- and
"and down the line," he added. vested, only 300 workers are brought in. It's May we extend our personal
-,Ii"',, hard to tell if more will be needed We do have best wishes to you and yours for a very
\week's ruling grew out of the cases ofttr 4,000 more acres in Dade being cultivated this Merry Christmas and a highly' prosperous .
I ;'f';',1 1111,'ffi.'*.C. and Frank James Lupper and Thomas, ineaienlRicky. ,rtClarinda. ,. iirtAldo._Jerome.. '
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