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Creation Date: January 2, 1965
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42nd YEAR, No. MIAMI. FLORIDA. SATURDAY JANUARY 2, 1965 12 PAGES 10 CENTS.. ..

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Matthews Named Officer of War Seven Negroes were Police think It was I%
on Poverty gunned down in gangland machinegun. was some
kind of .45-caliber automatic
The Economic Opportunity Attorney, Secretary. ',Dade County, the same spok-es- fashion Christmas Eve at weapon," said one
Program, Inc.', a new organization :The election of the new man said. Deerfield Beach, and police deputy.
treated to lead Dade's officers by the Program's Approval of the nine searched Friday fora Slugs tore Into cars
"War On Poverty", this week Board of Directors follows an month grant must be given by black car and machinegun parked outside of the tav-
announced the names of of- announcement last week by Governor Farris Bryant before with the hope that ern, through the plate
ficers who will lead the at- Sargent Shriver that the Dade the Dade group will receiveits they might find three glass and clapboard front .t
tack. organization would receive an anti-poverty funds.In young white men reportedto and into seven of the 20
Attorney, Alvin Casselwas initial $34,210 grant for nine other action the E.O.P. have done the shooting. patrons inside. ,
elected President. Other months. announced the addition of ten "severalleads" Six of those woundedwere
had
officers are: Franklin Williams, Shriver, director of the War names to 19 already listed as They In the shootingsaid admitted to North
Dean of the University College on Poverty, said the nonprofit board members. Broward County District Hospital near
University of Miami, Economic Opportunity Program They are: Preston M. Col- sheriff's deputies and the Pompano Beach, and were
Bennie L. O'Berry, Vice President; General E.A. Inc. will "lead Dade ilins, Robert M. Morgan, FBI In Miami announcedit reported" in "fair condition -
owner of O'Berry's Driv- Evans, President of the Dade County's assault on problemsof .Richard Conley, Judge Carlos was looking into the \
ing School has been 'County United Fund, Treasurer the poor." ;B. Fernandez, Llnkston An elderly Negro who I
elected to the Board of and Judge James' WMatthew's A spokesman for E.O.P. .Cryer, DDS, Alice McVicker, case.Witnesses said that refused to Identify him-
Directors of Roosevelt Assistant U.S. stated that the anti-poverty George A. Simpson, MD, Frank three white boys In a self said, "It sounded like
Savings and Loan Assoc- program will only be success- Smathers, Jr., M.F. Tynan, black automobile forced 500 fire crackers all goingoff
iation. Mr. O'Berry replaces businessman in the com- ful if it is carefully plannedand and R.C. Fullerton. another car off the road at once.
'Garth "C. Reeves munity. He was the first coordinated on the local and then cruised leisurelyby "They (the white
who resigned to accept Negro to win a. degree the' Circle Tavern on youths'"" )"forced_me. off.tha,,.
the chairmanship of the from the University of level.The E.O.P...will provide A PROSPEROUS, State 'RoadS10near -TJJ3. roan as they ,turned the \ -',
, Board of Lincoln, National Miami He 'i* "a deacon in this essential coordination, 441, north of Ft. Lauderdale corner"and headed for the ; .I,
l Bank in April. Mt. Sinai Baptist Church firing a steady burstof Circle, he said. "Then
and will offer new approachesto
Mr.and O'Berry'ls successful a young popular and Psi Phi a member fraternity.of Omega id.the problems of poverty in NEW YEAR\ 45-caliber bullet cut they loose ran by with the that place thing.and" .l.

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"r' -'.. i -U' I I ..' ,: J j 10 Biggest Eventsof

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/ ten biggest news events of the year for U.S.Negroes

{ were chosen by Ebony magazine, which termed 1964 "a year

t I of unprecented Negro progr."."
: : In its January issue, the magazine listed these ten as I
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1tIv 9t ;" the most important of 1964 for Negroes

1. Signing of the Civil Rights Act Into law,the "strongestsuch
; I legislation in the nation's history."

q4 2. A new high in Negro voting in the South.
'I 3. Beginning of Mississippi integration In hotels,

,.. restaurants, and other public places
4. Rioting in Northern cities including Harlem Rochesterand

Philadelphia.
5. More Negroes elected to public office than in any

year since Reconstruction.
N I 6. Organization of the Freedom Democratic Party at '

"" the pemocratlc convention and in a mock Mississippi

I 7.election.Appointment ot Negroes to top government posts,
including selection of Carl Rowan as director of the

U.S. Information Agency, the first Negro to sit on

the National Security Council.
The National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Alpha Delta Chapter presented on Thursday 'St. Pete Medic 3. Federal steps to increase lobs for Negroes.

December 17,1964 at 7 p.m., its second annual Tops Confirmation Ceremony at the 9. Top executive lobs in business for many Negroes.

Church of the Open Door. Gets High Post 10. Winning by Negroes of more than half of the 36 gold
There were thirteen preparatory members confirmed. The charter members of Tops medals awarded American athletes in the Olympics.
were there to welcome them. Below are the names of the Tops preparatory members as shown A Negro doctor has been

pin the picture above elected by his colleagues to Reporting the Impact of the Civil Rights Act, Ebony
Standing left to right are: Aretha Scroggins, Betty Gibson, Paula Wyche, GradeSidney be chief" of the division of gen-I noted: "Any summary of the pact year's gains would surely ,
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Lewanzer Lassitec, Bethany Jackson, Ann Ava Ashley, secretary; prederkka eral practice. at Mound Park
and Mercy hospitals, both show that in the 101st year of his emancipation, the Negro 'J
Stewart, Gloria Johnson, Ginger Givens., dean of preparatory members; Barbara Barrett, municipal hospitals in St. j finally had a foundation on which to build a new history of t

Sharon Ashley, vice-president. Petersburg.Dr. 1 his involvement in his nation's affairs. f
Sitting left to right are: Shirley Parker, Versle Wigfall, Measurer; Jacqueline Arlnah, O.T Ayer, one of five "In the'most racially conservative of Deep South towns, t
Bullard Clementine Alexander, Doris Holifield, president; Frances Reed, Negro doctors in St. Petersburg -
reporter; Cheryl 'white men began making efforts to adjust to the new status of
Yvonne Tillman, and JoAnn Fisher, sargeantatarms.Not recently, was by elected the city's to the, general post !the Negro. HumptyDumpty after the fall, the South, after
shown are Betty Barnes, Alvita Brown, Wilsonia Brown, Rosa Roberts, Bertha practitioners.Dr. i the events of 1964, would never be put back together exactlythe

, Sondllands and Diane Waters Ayer is the second Negro same." .
These high school girls are conscientiously developing their personalities !- physician in Florida to be
twenty-seven
Noting that much remained to be done In :the areas of \
and academic abilities. Aiding them are Alpha Delta's Youth Guidance Committee- elected to high position recently -
by their white col- I housing, employment and education, Ebony summed up 1964
Clarke Geneva Collie Pauline I. George, Ellen V.
Mesdames Eloise B. Brown, Mildred M. ,
leagues.Dr. i In these words: "All across the nationathere seemed to be
Htidt, Eloise S. Johnson.. Enid C. Johnson, Mary Lou Nixon, Ethel G. Primus, Daphne W. James A. Long of Pa- I developing a climate in which Negro-white forces of great and
Roberts, Ida K. Sidney Hazel S. Simmons, and Lemmie W. Mitchell, chairman. latka was elected president of .
could in he
together
Outgoing Basifeus. Helena T. Holton and Baslleu s-el.ct Mary Lou Nixon shared in con the Putnam County Medical I promising compulsion move commoncauses
Society earlier this month. <4 of seeking total racial Justice and equality.
firming the group.
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2 THE MIAMI TIME Saturday, Janu' 2, 1965


Maid Wins EAL Civic Club paigning, for :Miss EAL,
Suit Filed to IntegrateFla. Phil Ossof.r Duilnt our Noel tide sea-
spn the organization: : want\
I marvel at God's creation, Safely Citation Selects Queen to wish all a Merry
TB HospitalsTALLAHASSEE ChiMrnas: and\ n Happy
seeing how varied and diverseit
Mrs. Mary Morris 621 Sunday, Nov. 29 at 5 New Year,
is with .
sole
origin.On
yet
Fla. one NW 10th St., a maid at the home of Mr.
A suit at
-- seeking to end racial p.m.
the surface, as we view O. Wi'
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Thomaj Ight,
Lynch pl'CS-
segregation in the State Tuberculosis sanatoriums and hos- and Mrs. William
the whole of mankind
through Gaines
;
was cited by the 16000 Bunche Park School vIce:
pitals was filed in Federal Court here this week by
attorneys our physical Mrs, Bel.th.11..
eyes,we see only Franklin
of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund.It Safety Committee for her Drive, Opa-locka: the EAL ,
differences. If we our recording secietary Wll-
open to ;
suggestion prevent Social Civic Club selectedits
is the first suit to integrate all of the hosptials under spiritual eyes, we see beyondthe falls in hallways.To queen for 1961 who liam Lynch, treasurer:
the jurisdiction of a state agency. outward variations of form participated ori float In Willie G.. Franklin, financial -
Legal Defense Fund lawyers are currently engaged in and color, and find the under eliminate accidents the 34th Orange Blossom : secretory; Mrs Les-
eleven other suits to desegregate the facilities in individual lying unity of all. caused by wet floors, she Classic parade. Our queen sic Lynch, chaplain, Mr
. hospitals throughout the South. The action today represents Humanity is made up of recommended that eachmaid's for 1964 Is Miss Thoma- Mary Gaines, member.

the first attemptto bring statewide eauality in. Florida health many colors; black, white, with cart lie equipped slna White of 14561 Jack-
facilities. red and brown portable signs on St. Rich I mond
yellow, but son ,
Hospitals are not covered by the provisions of the 1964 all come from the same God, rubber-tipped"Wet Floors legs read- Heights.
ing, Caution
Civil Rights Act, but the Legal Defense Fund has already and all are servants to Him. ." -
several important related cases. The diversity in the vegetable Runner ups were Miss
These hold that is These are moved from Ella Louise Brooks, sec-
public hospitals receiving governmentalmoney kingdom harmonious. A ond and Miss Sandra Har-
and licensed and regulated by state authorities must multi-colored garden is beau- place to place as floor mon, third. Misses Callie
operate on a desegregated basis. tiful to the eye.Unhappily cleaning proceeds Finn and Myrlln Scott

In the complaint to the Federal District Court. Legal diversity among Frank ,Sansone chief also participated as con-
Defense Fund lawyers point out that the tuberculosis hospitals the children of men does not engineer, presented Mrs. testants.
are tax exempt and are licensed by the state of have a like effect. With men Morris with a citation for
Florida.In there exists the diversity of her suggestion, Our queen who raised
addition, these hospitals have received over $2,000- animosity, and it is this that the amazing amount of
000, in Federal funds under the "Hill-Burton" program, they causes war and hatred in the $.151 Is n sophomore at
Mays High School. She Is
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point out. world. Man would do well to
On behalf of seven Negroes who are or have been look at the beauty in diversityand u member of Christ Epis-
copal Church, Fr, Theodore -
patients at the TB hospitals, the Legal Defense Fund is learn a lesson from the ) Gibson, rector; New
asking the court to order the end of segregated wards and vegetable creation. Home Makers of America,

treatment areas. Abdul Baha, Exemplar of Ph. 4-H Club, the Modern
(In a related action, the Legal Defense Fund filed suit the Baha'i Faith, speaking in Dance Group of Mays

in Jacksonville to desegregate the facilities of the Suwannee Paris in 1911, said, "The High School. Miss White
County Hospital, a public institution that has received con- garden which is pleasing to has strong intentions of :
siderable Federal money. the eye and which makes the attending college and has _
Earl M. Johnson of Jacksonville and Tobias Simon of he.rt) glad, is the garden in great Interest In homemaking -Smiling Eddie Lee Pitt

Miami, Florida cooperating attorneys of the Legal Defense which are growing side by side and fashion de- man, popular local busl
Fund, were joined in bringing the suits by Jack Greenberg flowers of every hue, form, P"'+?+' signing.We nessman, Is the new owner -

Constance, Baker Motley,,ond Leroy D.Clarkall of the LegalDefense and perfume, and the joyous would also like to of the Dive-Inn Bar
contrasts of color is what make 1772 NW
Fund's New York "headquarters. make mention that this 70th St. Phone
for charm and beauty. Thus year's project was ourmost 091-9431. He Invites all
it should be among the chil-J{ 1 successful one. Andto his old friends to come

dren of men! The diversity in t you as Individuals, organizations und meet new friends,
Job Training Available in the human family should be friends, neigh- Everyone welcome Indf(
the cause of love and harmony, \, bors and relatives who
as it is in music where many Miss Beverly Anne Hills- participated to, make thisa

Cooking SalesmanshipUnemployed different notes blend togetherin man, assistant professor in, success. We have other
the making of a perfect the Department of Health and ways and means to express Top of the
chord. If you meet those of Physical Education at Florida our appreciation by
men are urgently i Service's offices in Miami or
different and color participating with ourcivic
race to
A&M
"earn needed while to fill vacancies in 'call. 377-2411 for information.- yourself, do not mistrust them grapher University for the internationallyfamous and chorea project.A New Yearto
learn"
you job
and withdraw into your shell FAMU Marching Band,
training courses in commercial OLD MOTHER scholarship was
cooking, hotel housemen of conventionality, but ratherbe will become a bride on Christmas awarded to Juanita M. You !

training, hospital orderly, HUBBARD glad and show them kind- Day. The bridegroom Franklin of 2310 NW
Think of them different -
ness. as
154th St.
salesmanship and elect is William Alexander and a fresh-
machine operators, training factory by WENT TO THECUPBOARD colored ,roses, growingin Barbrr, son of Mr. & Mrs. man at Benedict College,
the Florida Stat Employment the beautiful garden of hu Willie Barber, 1012 N.W. 64thSt. Columbus, S. C. And to
manity, and rejoice to be unfortunate families
'B r,e'.a1 Harry L"'Tyson, among Miss Hillsman's parents with
I Miami Metropolitan Area Manager And found it bare. But them. ',are Mr. &Mrs. Clarence Hills- children $15 was contributed -
It is evident that when to Oswald
for we man, 4057 Columbus Johnson -
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the FSES. Avenue, n
whyNagging backache '
begin to live in such harmony, and family of s;.
Detroit, Mich. The Opa-
Tyson said that this will be could have been: the causeIt wedding Locka.
we shall witness the descent $15 to Mrs. Geneva
the last will take place in the -
opportunity for unem- Is hard to work when Motor McIntosh
of that heavenly kingdom family of
on
ployed men to get this job pain or backache Is severe City. Opa-locka, $15 to
earth Mrs.
promised
us so long agO"i
training with and a as
pay since this constant. Wlhen Mable Hines
the family of
Lord's
training will no longer be of- kidneys aren't functioning Ptayer. Richmond Heights
fered. properly poisons accumu- ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooThis
Unemployed persons taking late in the system. Flush Our monthly contribu-
training will be paid $27 to $37a out these poisons with Week il i Negro History tion to Children Home In
week if qualified while in famous 7-20" formula Kendall and our annual
training and the courses will and feel "like a million" oooooooooooooooooooooooooooo contribution to CORE.
"
again. 7-20" is a mild ef-
start on Jan. 4, 1965 exceptfor This we do for believe
factory machine operators tive diuretic and bladder.to the It kidneys By NPI Week Ending Dec. 31, 1964 It Is for a we worthy- 1
is w
which will start on Feb. 15, cause. I 1
compounded like a doc- Dec. 27, 1862-The first African Methodist this honor personally to take
1965.To tor's prescription to givE'fast express my
: qualify for this free fob relief. Get a bottle of Episcopal Zion Church was established deep appreciation to Mr.

training, a person must be 16i, amazing ''7-20" today and at New Bern, N. C. and Mrs Thomas White, From the members of
years oT age or older and unem- start back on the road to Mr. and Mrs. James Faw-
ployed. To receive a weekly good health. Always sold Dec. 28, 1816-American Colonization Society ley und the people and Liberty CityCoromunitly
allowance of between $27 and on a money- ack guaran- organized. organizations of the
$37, a person must be over 16 tee. A product of McPhail Richmond Heights com- For
years of age,unemployed, haveat Laboratories. In liquid or Dec. 28, 1870-S. H. Archer, teacher and later munity who participated
least 2 years of previous tablets. president, Morehouse College, Atlanta, Ga. was our with us so loyally with Voting Right

experience in any kind of work, -11 born in Petersburgh Va. of tickets! In, our purchasIn Nick Ferguson, Prei.
be the head of a family or LENNY'S cam .
household, or be a .member ofa DRUGS Dec. 29, 1827-Hiram Revels of Mississippi,
1700 NW 3rd Avenue Got A Nose For News?
family or household where first Negro U. S. senator, was born in
the head of the family house- -J.r.- North Carolina. Copyright D. JNockwood, 1904I
hold is unemployed. J and J DRUGS
Unemployed people who are 1410 NW 62nd Street Dec. 30, 1898-Irwin Mollison of New York, -Pilot crash lands plane In city alley. Lands OK but
interested in taking this "earn had: to rush small child to hospital moments later.
who died in 1962
IIfROPICAL was born in Mississippi -
while you learn" free job He Child was occupant In plane but was not hurt In crash
( served
as judge of the U. S.
training should contact of PHARMACY
any NEWS ITEM Yes
: ( ) No
Customs court. ( )
the Florida State Employment 3206 Grand Avenue .

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apEpltlmIlG 2 Rocket boosts satellite to moon sending pictures

2607 West Flagler St. ".r'n"rn" SUP m MASTIC COVERS ,a, t from far side of moon showing possible signs of life

Miami, Florida ExciosivnYVfoute NEWS ITEM: Yes ( ) No ( )

XO-Pictures were token from
this side of the moon
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Miami's first of Grctchen Wl MOM
Integrated
Signs of life have
not been proven but it Is the accepted -

driving school theory, there Is not. Pure science-fiction up till no\\'

We help yon with the Formerly Cretchen-NichoUi Plastic Cover Fireman fights fire by
standing still, doing nothing -
oral und written question .

also Dr' Jay GutierrezCHlROPHACtOH NEWS ITEM Yes ( ) No ( )
,
Cathy McKinney YES-Palm Springs, Calif (AP) Sunlight fell on

Instructor I ,. mirror- In rug shop starting fire. Fireman stood between -
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- 2200 msest-PIt i blocking sun while key was sent
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, January 2, 1965
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Made 'in Mississippi" List: Distributed :to U'i1JTtt t

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Dick Gregorys Return from A list of over 80 products "Made in Missis Also, he said, sometimes a part is made in i.'I I. '

sippi" was mailed to the 1,800 units of the Na- Mississippi, to be assembled elsewhere with ) .
Mississippi "TurkeyChrlslmas'' tional Association for the Advancement of Colored other parts and sold with no indication of where I'

People, Wednesday, Dec. 23 by Executive the different parts were made.

CHICAGO (NPI.Dick) Gregory and family returned to Director Roy Willcins. Nevertheless, 111'ViIldnR admonished '

Chicago Christmas Dayplufone, from their pilgrimage to In n memorandum accompanying list, Mr. NAACP members to spread the facts included I 1
Mississippi where they joined in distributing nearly 12,000 Wilkins cited as the authority for the move a on the list throughout their community and to
turkeys to needy families-both black and white throughoutthe resolution adopted at the NAACP's 55th annu- encourage consumers to, inquire about the point .. ,

state. al convention Washington last June, calling of origin of products which might be produced '
Dick's comment on the trip was summed up in these upon the members and friends of the Associa- in Mississippi. The NAACP leader said the
words "I had the best "
: Christmas in my life. knowledge that people are concerned about
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tion to exercise their right of free choice in regard .
But he was not content to rest upon his laurels, for he to products originating in Mississippi."The this will have an effect on distribution and re-
departed immediately for New York to do another benefit. tailersMr

Both he and his wife, Lillian, agreed that the project Convention Resolution," said Mr Wilkins -
went over well.Mrs. Gregory has stuck by her husband throughall "calls for a genuine concerted effort in Wilkins suggested that the NAACP units
his efforts for civil rights, and has participated and even every branch to see that the economic protest enlist the cooperation of other organizations and
been jailed for her part in demonstrations.Also against" Mississippi-ism is widespread and effec churches to distribute copies of the list.

making the trip were the Gregory children, Lynne, tive.
"There can be no pride of ownership if it's
5; and Michelle, 3. The twins, born nine months ago, however The NAACP Director pointed out that the 'Made in Mississippi' declared Mr. Wilkins. .
spent the holidays with Mrs. Gregory's sister in Ohio. task of doing the research necessary' to identify
Both of the older children were thrilled and happy about Mississippi products was complicated by the The NAACP-compiled list includes automo- ;

the pilgrimage as were their parents. Typical of a child's reaction fact that in many cases items manufactured in bile tires, men's, women's and children's wear-
to an adventure into a new and happinessprovokingpursuit Mississippi by plants of national companies do ing apparel, canned milk, cheese, building sup-

was Michelle's comment upon returning home. She not carry any distinguishing labels. plies and home furnishings

told her mother, "I 1 want to go back to Mississippi". d __ ______
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In recounting his experiences, ere he departed anew, Campbell NamedState
Gregory said: "It was a very wonderful trip. We got across a I

good feeling of brotherhood. We gave turkeys to Negroes, SuperintendentThomas racial discrimination is Jack's MEN'S WEAR
whites, some Chinese and Indians. We gave to those who
needed the most." Bailey on Monday practiced in that particular : SEE "MR. JACK"
named Dr. James T. Campbell program. Federal regulations : FOR
Noting that about 1,500 of the birds went to white
per of the State Board of Education require the governmentfirst : STYLES FOR ALL AGESThe
sons, he commented: 'It's a funny thing but hunger shows
no
racial distinction." to the post of telling to use "informal means"to : Very Latest in Me..'. Fashions

Florida counties what they get compliance, before cut- : SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
Earlier, Gregory had drawn a parallel between his Mississippi -
must do to keep from losing ting off the funds. : ITALIAN SHOES
benefit engagement, and those which Bob Hope
sented for American soldiers in Viet Nam. pre- federal education funds for An estimated $17 million : 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida
failure to comply with the dollars is
received
a
year by
.
He said: "We both are on the front lines, where freedomis
being fought for and died for. We do a show and are civil rights law. Florida counties in federal

given in return much more the opportunity to do a small In announcing Campbel1'Rappointment grants which come under the
the superintendent education section I of the
part in the defense of liberty.
said that the federal Civil Rights Law. In additionto
Some 100,000 pounds of frozen turkey were delivered in JET TV CLINICHOME
government has not workedout
this, the U.S. Departmentof
Mississippi in time for the customary Christmas dinner. They
all the details about what
were shipped by refrigerated truck and by plane. Gregory and Agriculture supplies $12
the counties must do to show million dollars for school SERVICE CALLS $1.00 I
his family went along with the plane.
nondiscrimination .In the lunch funds and commodities.The .
The birds, plus a consignment of toys, were given out at schools., Day or Night

seven distribution points, and for good measure, Gregory threwin Campbell who .is director the new education law will section become of W. Srl All ..*..... .*

three shows, one each in Jackson, Clarksdale and Gulfport.He ., of the department's divisionof effective Jan. 1., and the HI.FPs and STEREOSWe

said the turkeys "ran out..in someareas, but the town- administration, will pro- federal regulations, signedby Also Rent
folk bought more and took over the distribution vide counties with information ths President a-.d printedin I
TV's by the week or month ,
and help in determining their the federal register are

Prosperity Pushes Demandfor specific responsibilities, he effective Jan. 3. Counties will r 907 N.W. 2nd AVENUEPhone
said. have reasonable time to state

Small Business LoansThe The county school board, their intention. ': FR 4-2044
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uninterrupted 46 months of continued responsibility of complyingwith
prosperity is largely responsible for the heavy the law. 'Za .uuu.r.a.u: tijjijtj jM:!fiijjLtM.ffftiJ n i auinff **!> ff
demand for small business loans. Small Business The act allows the federal

Administrator Eugene P. Foley said today. government to discontinue ,/ -
giving federal funds to county 4
"The high level of prosperity has given school programs if it believes
businessmen confidence in the future' he said.

"Many of them are investing in inventory and ooooooooooooooDugie's .... ;:
carrying out modernization and expansion pro- I I ,.
grams in anticipation of larger sales in the Guest HouseThe I
months ahead." house of unusual rooms :
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Foley said that despite the heavy drain on Open -
SBA's revolving fund stemming from the loan Seeing is Believing

demand, SBA will be able to meet all of its See us for clean rooms

commitments, both for loans and loan guaran- Jamaica Dugie always a NEWNCARFEVER
i tees, without difficulty. friend GOT THE ?

"Ample reserves have been set aside to cover 2941 NW 47th St., Miami
guaranteed' loans and deferred participation 100000000000000The We've got the cure!

agreements with banks," he said' "and in ad- Lee I
dition about $17 million is being paid back into Mary A low-cost, easy-payment car loan from

the revolving fund every month." Agency Lincoln National
751-5211 7514112

During October SBA approved 1,542 business 12391 NE 6th Ave. 1. Shop around for the car you want.
l loans? for $3.2 million to local development (New Address) Bring us the make, model and price

600 disaster loans for $12.2 million ; 20 loans Domestic for homes of 2. We will okay your loan quicklyand
loans for $3,2 million to local development distinction.' No reglfltratlon fee with red Our loan
no tape.
''companies 6 purchases of debentures totaling Cooks,, housekeepers, maids ,,
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betters chastisers boowmen policy !I. very liberal we want
$702,488 to assist small buiness investment and couples to make loans.
companies in getting started or to expand their lad I
**************************** v r 3. Interest can be as low as 41/% oar
loans for
operations; and 11 $1.5 million to help
r, a new car, and payments for aa
provide SBIC's wJt1 additional operating reve- REV. LAURA _4 f9r J
nue. -I'm J. D. Mack, head long as 36 months the lowest
Spiritualist, Reader and teller. Just come In and payments possible. We also make

Small businesses receiving loans in October Advisor ask for me, and 111 he loans on used cars up to 5 years
Healin,. and blessings toCod' clad to help yon"
reported that they had approximately 15,000 Powers old.
employees and many expect to increase em-
Two hundred One visit will convince you LINCOLN NATIONAL
ployment as a result of the loans *: BANKOF
and fifty-three of the loans went to help estab- that Rev. Laura will help
lish you through her power of MIAMI
businesses.
new
Lleuin,.. Firsl/ully integrated bank in lire entire Soutlreast-
Many of the loans were for construction, DONATIONS ONLY right here In the Edison Financial Center
purchases of machinery and equipment, or for UN 6-5882 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 759-4431
buying inventory, and thus helped stimulate the 612 71st Street
entire additional jobs Miami Beach ....... A.uni 9.30. ....2'. Mon. -..Wt4.Ctond DIM hi order to
SBA economy loans to and local create, development, companiesduring Take L bus .- .. .op.. FrL9i30, i.2,9 old 5 P"' .e ,..,.... Sot.9 orw..loos"c..1..u

October created 867 new jobs. I. **.1*/*,***_*.*,*'.I.''''.10'II'II''.''.;'.''._ ./, ., \.,,', ... I" I ,



4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, January 2, 1965

candidate for President of the United States Fifty-six: Florida parks are now open t(
President Johnson names Carl Rowan to Secur- everybody Elks in convention spend an "estimated
j ity Council Howard Johnson Motel sued for one and a half million dollars in Miam
f $460,000 at Daytona T. D. Lane and wife refused Night club bouncer slain, among 260 present
\ accommodation Business and Professional no witnesses could be found.
H. E. 8IR18MUND RKFVKS, ICiiiior and PublisherGARTH Committee endorse Chuck' Hall for County -
_C. REEVES Managing Editor Mayor. Dade County Young Democrats. OCTOBER Human Relations Council t
Member of the National Nrwtpaptra Publisher Association choose their Primary slate Miami gets first honor St. Augustine for courageous demonstra]
SUBSCRIPTION RATES mixed bank in the South Lincoln National tions During the next three years, accordin
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS M.OO FOREIGN KU Rep. Claude Pepper launches campaign for re- to plans three or four Negro senior high school
Catered M Second flaw Matter, August 0, 1W7 at the Port Office election Bishop Coleman Carroll is King of in Dade County will be eliminated. When th
a* Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1871 Clubs speaker. change i is made Northwestern will be the onl

Mala Office at 6740< N.W. 15th 'nnae-Phone OX 1-4421 all-Negro high school in Dade County National
Doe itowa Office: 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR S-22M MARCH Metro bans bias in hiring. The ) Publishers Association pledges aid in wa

"CREDO OF TUB NEGRO PRESS" vote was unanimous Dade's integrated on poverty program FHA employees in Mi]
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can beet teed die Teachers Association elects two Negroes ami urge more individuals to apply and qualifj
.world from man regardless racial and or national race creed antagonism or color when his It human accord and to.T81'J Freedom sought for two moronic Negro boys-- for Federal service employment Prentic<
lend righto. Hating no man fearing no man the Negro Frees Race riots touched off in Jacksonville. One Hall publishes biography of Martin L u the
drives to help every man in the firm belief that all men are dead, several injured Northwestern wins integrated King.
hut long M held back.
a* anyone
track meet Buchanan and Reeves
head new integrated Lincoln National Bank in NOVEMBER Mississippi killers known
METRO MOVES FORWARDMetro Miami NAACP to file State Hospital Segre- 75 percent turn out, back President Johnson 18J

and the City of Miami seem to be to- gation suit Miami boasts only Integrated 1 in Dade County precincts Urban Leagu<
gether over a transfer of six services now gov- Junior College in the South Lee Elder and Skills Bank places 70 in worthwhile jobs
erned by the city. They include a uniform penal Joe Louis take North-South golf tournament Segregation closes TB hospital dining rooms!
code giving Metro conclusive jurisdiction to- championship at Miami Springs Myrtle Hud- Patients now get room service-Three Miamian
gether with take over of the stockade; arterial gins wins woman's crown. receive Urban League Brotherhood citations aj

road and bridge maintenance; lighting; tax as- APRIL Vandals damage Carol City home Equal Opportunity Da/ Dinner. They are Vice
standards. Mayor Sydney Aronovitz, Mrs. Ruth Greenfiel
sessment, tax collection and trade Two dollar bet wins $81,181 at Gulf Streamrace
uniform code and Leonard Barr Metro ok's $25 millioi
Metro has passed the penal ordinance track Miami Urban League seeks
on first reading. January 12 is the date sup- for low-cost housing Negro teachers assure
for National Skills Bank A FAMU
port grad
will not lose their jobs when phasing
set for a hearing.It heads Mobile Savings and Loan Association they ou
now appears that Metro will be performing James Whitehead leaves Urban League for Urban comes A Negro Florida attorney gets swor
at least more of the duties a metropolitan Renewal post Neighborhood discuss in as a Seattle, Wash., judge. He helped to direct
panel
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government should. the successful prosecution of Teamster
integrated housing as sponsored Greater Union bosses James Hoffa and Dave Beck
Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Com-
Our Mayor, Robert King High, backed by the mittee Greater Miami Council of Churchesand NAACP protests attempt on the life of Sam B.|
city commission, wants the Florida East Coast the NAACP' Rev. Martin Luther King Solomon while he was returning from a visit tc
Railway Company to resume operation of its brings SCLC Movement to Florida. Jacksonville and calls for an investigation -I
passenger service to Miami from other cities Judge James Matthews appointed assistant!
along the East Coast. To this end they have MAY Ministers organize ,to fight racial United States attorney.
asked the Public Utilities Commission's inter- bias in Florida; Rev. E. T. Graham chosen to
vention. head group Florida and Alabama Catholic DECEMBER Rattlers upset Grambling!
F.E.C. passenger service was suspended after Schools ordered to mix by Archbishop Thomas 42-12 in Orange Blossom Classic Weatherwas f
'11 non-operating unions went on strike in Jan- Toolem; Desegregate in September Dr. Jack- rather rainy Raymond Jones i is the first!
, uary, 1963. son, Baptist leader speaks at Orange Bowl Negro to head Tammany Hall. Jones' election!
High said he will ask that the Utilities St. Lawrence University, Canton, New York was assured when Mayor Robert Wagner, over
Commission order the FEC to build a new station seeks Negro students Miami Beach hires first the opposition of some leaders, telephoned that
here when passenger travel begins. Negro patrolman Twelve white attorneys to the Harlem Negro was his choice Teacherscan
I The Railway Company wants to sell its defend Civil Rights suits -Lincoln Nationalhas work 10 or 12 months next year-Dr. :King
I downtown property to Metro or the City of Miami grand opening ((5th) Rev. Thedford accepts Nobel Peace Prize. His $54,000 will go )
forva government office building. Johnson named to serve on National Planning to civil rights cause Florida Circuit Judge
Committee for Cuban refugees from the Divi- William Akridge issues a temporary injunction
BRYANT vs. BURNS sion of Home Mission of National Council of against Ted Nicholas who was elected a mem-'
Churches in New York City Eight million claims some technicality about property re-]
There's a little battle going on between Gov. dollar city housing project gets go ahead orders, ber of Melbourne city commission. The judge]
Farris Bryant and Governor-elect Haydon despite protests by Negroes. quirement. Nicholas' lawyer calls it unreason
Burns. The contention comes over the appoint- able and unconstitutional
ment of nine members of the new University MAY Miamians get a break in nationalTV
Board of Regents. Bryant with seven more daysas commercials Metro commission votes favorably -
governor, has named and submitted his appointments on public accommodations Report 4Social Center of the South ,
to the State Board of Education for shows 3,900 students in integrated Dade schools
approval. Unemployed railroad man collects $3,039
Mayor Burns says when he becomes governoron twin double at dog track; two maids win
January 5, he will use every legal tool that's $11,185 Dunbar school principal, Nelson 11..
available because he feels that the study of the Adams receives distinguished service award .
trimester plan (year round operation of universities from Bill Miller, president of Franklin Savingsand
) is imperative based on recent public Loan Association Urban League an- BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCHEONSMONDAY @
statements by virtually all university presidentsand nounces opening of Guidance Center National -
faculty leaders. Nurses Sorority meets in Miami Shell City : Baked Imported Ham with Fruit Sauce
Governor Bryant was one of the sponsors of sit-in convictions' dismissed by U. S. Supreme Potatoes & Vegetable
the trimester system. Mayor Burns is opposedto Court Ford gives $13,000,000 to 13 Negro TUESDAY: Mashed Hot Roast Potatoes Beef Open-Face Sandwich
it. colleges.
WEDNESDAY: Golden Fried Lone Island Scallops
According to state law only one regent can JUNE Church of ''the Open Door dedicatesnew Tartar Sauce-Potatoes & Vegetable
be selected from a single county. building Bill Miller, president of Franklin THURSDAY: Smothered Pork Chop
These two officials discussed their differencesbut Yellow
Federal Rice & Vegetable
Savings and Loan Association speaksout
failed to come to any agreement. for equal opportunities.JULY FRIDAY: Baked Red Snapper Creole
Therefore we must just wait for final results Potatoes & Vegetable

Classroom Teachers Associationnames SATURDAY, Southern Style Chicken & Dumplings
Negro as president Links, Inc. closes! Vegetable
NEW YEAR GREETINGSAs 14th national assembly in Nassau President

we enter the year 1965 we want, first of Signs Civil Rights Bill ; former Flu. governor SUNDAY FAMILY I DINNERS @
all, to wish our patrons and friends a happy LeRoy Collins heads Civil Rights groupRoosevelt SERVED FROM 1:00 P.M.
Savings and Loan Association hits four mil-
and prosperous New Year and to thank our
subscribers, advertisers and all readers for their lion dollars in its first year. Children '/. prctChoice /

patronage in the past, and to solicit a continu- AUGUST Ministers of the city', businessmen
ance during 1965. and women and just ordinary citizens join
We have received many compliments on our in an all out voter registration drive that placed
format and our Christmas issue. May we express thousands on the voters' list Handiwork of

our appreciation.As old and young on display in windows of Roose- w
is our custom we are going to have v,,
you velt SGL. Work done under supervision of Jas. f w
take a restrospective glance at some of the hap- E. Scott Community Association NAACP hits --..:'
penings during the past year. rioters, lay blame on city apathy Sylvester

Murray, intern Miamian, seeking a master's degree Chefs of Salad Appetizer-Dressing or Soup
JANUARY John Kennedy Fellowships of. in government went to work at Daytona
fered to education in schools- Beach's Choice of ENTREE:
upgrade! Negro city hall as an administrative assistant. 1. ROAST VERMONT
Expressway! from 29th to 20th St. gets underway to Daytona's TURKEY, Cranberry Sauce
city manager, Hickey Teenage 2. BAR B-GUE BABY RIBS-Lean & Meaty
again University of Miami considers hiring driver in a borrowed car racing from police 3. BAKED SWISS STEAK. Jardinere
Negro professors Ocala judge sentenced dies in a traffic accident. 4. HAWAIIAN HAM STEAK (Smoked Imported Ham)
Miami i i Rights leader to one year in prison Choice of:
with a fine of $1.000-Roy Wilkins says votingis SEPTEMBER Harry Belafonte and Sidney Vegetables and Potatoes
1964 task Bandit robs bus driver. Madea Poitier give $70,000 to Mississippi Civil Rights Dessert Hot Rolls& &Beverage Butter
female J passenger temporary! hostage. fighters! Back wages of $695.379 found due
in Miami area Mixed staff work at Miami BREAKFAST SERVED ALL DAY
FEBRUARY Florida prepares to entertain Social Security office Public accommodations WEEKDAY DINNERS SERVED FROM 5 P.M.
10,000 Elks Police put end to local crime law passes its first test A pardoned 100% Air Conditioned Fret Parking Call NE 3-0611
Spree A :37-year old Charleston Negro attor- murderer kills two more women Alabama 4200 N.W. 27th AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA
ney will enter Virginia's Primary as Republican elects first Negroes to public. office in 100 years Amiriecn express Cards Honored
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, January 2, 1965 5

HOLIDAY BIRTHDAY WISHES are extended -
to: Herbert Penn Jr., Germaine Miller,
r Yfr Eloise Washington, Dorothy Miller, Elizabeth
h Stevenson Ellis A. Adger, Jan. 1; Janice Rogers -
Jan. 2; James W. Wanza Jr., 3rd; Stephanie ISLAND CLUBTHURS. i
Harrison and Gilbert Porter 6th
is over and I
good to you and fulfilled even hope Santa smallest was AS WE SET OUR FACES toward /the new
wish this brings to my mind a your story shared year, 1965, we know full well that it will bring
with me about Comedian Dick Gregory that many changes. The old must give place to the
impressed me greatly. When asked, "If new. Time does not stand still, nor the world ., FRI., SAT.
you
had one wish what, would you wish for?" cease from its turning. We pray for the cour-
age and fortitude of mature men and women DEC. 31
Gregory replied, "That no person on earth would JAN. 1.2
ever go to bed hungry" Profound thinking. that will make us equal to the challenge. I,
May you have a Happy and Holy Year.
THE DAVE WYNNS are hosts to nationwide d
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houseguests: From Los Angeles, Mrs Geral- ,,",, {.. .
dine Harrison ; from Chicago Mrs. Harriett a t..
Meadows and from Kansas City, Mrs. H. D. TAYLORAND -
Tymphony On Tuesday evening Dave and
Audrey entertained in honor of their guests. i'-
HIS BAND .
Mr. and Mrs. CHARLES LOCKHART spent a
Christmas in Washington, DC with the Doctors Y
Samuel B. Rossers (Pearl Lockhart.) i Pai ., 1 BIG NITE TRIPLE ONLY ATTRACTION- SUN. JAN 3

HUGH "Bimps" PAYNE took advantage of I r +, .. .
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holiday from his teaching duties in New Yorkto r.. "" .';,1
spend some time with his family here. A. '

science teacher "Bimps" is the guest of his ,:.
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brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel 1M. Willie C Stovall TUSKEOEE INSTITUTE, "v'' '"' .
Payne of 2020 NW 77th St. He departs for :son of Mr and Mr-: Spencer Ala.-Cadet Winston D. I
nis teaching post Jan. 2, Stovall of 7135 ;NW Scavella, a native of Miami, I"I
15th Court has JIM com- and a graduate of Northwestern -
GAMMETTES of Sigma Gamma Rho enter pleted eight weeks of AIT High School, is one of i
training( ( at Ft. Bliss, Tex. 16 students recently named
tained their big sisters with a holiday at the as fire control crewman Distinguished Air Force ,
Opa-locka home or Gammette Delores Covin Pvt. Stovall 1 Is home with ROTC Cadets at Tuskegee ''f.I.
his wife and children for Institute. Cadet
Scavella isa
DELORES ALLEN COVIN'S beautiful home the Christmas holidays senior maoring in electronics GARNET ANNA
was also the setting for the Egelloc's Christmas after which he will leave He is the son of Mr. &
party. for oversea. duty In Germany Mrs. Arthur J. Scavella, 7013
NW. 15th Court. MIMMS KING
MAXIE and MARGUERITE MILLER wereso = --- = .....
happy to have Marguerite's mother, Queen-

ie holidays.Williams down from Jacksonville for the t The Rinkeydinks, Inc. w'

HENRY "Bunny" VALENTINE and his at. f '
tractive wife, Gaynell, of Los Angeles, are t Goes Oriental t 't'r3'r
holidaying in Miami with their infant son,
Brian Keith. To TheirSCHOLARSHIP

CHARLOTTE SCAVELLA and Douglas D. DANCE t
BURRELL will be joined in Holy Matrimony on
Sunday, Jan. 3 by Canon Charles F. Cooper t Friday, January 15, 1965 ,

JENNIFER DOUGLAS: and ROSl ',DORSETT AT BAYFRONT PARK AUDITORIUM ,

of New York are visiting the McKenzie and Mc. A Donation $2.50 (reservation included: )
Queen families. t +_ t
For Advance Tickets Call
JANE STRACHAN of Nassau deserted the
Rlnkeydlnk Graves, FR 4-0122, 1160 NW 4tli .hl'
"Isle of the pink pearl" to spend the holidaysin
; ifand
Rlnkeydink Packard, PL 1-1475 FR ODI5.'SJall9 !
Miami with Asquith McDonald t

AKA's ENTERTAINED with a teenage ash. sttls.
breakfast dance on Tuesday morning at the )f.Jff-1fJfff *
Bonded Recreation Room.

Dr. and Mrs. G. CULMER of Dallas, Texas, > .>. THE
are visiting his family, the Culmer Clan. .r. .,...;, TAMSTeenage

Mr. and Mrs. WLLIAM HAITHCO and their .. ) Matinee Sunday, Jan, 3
three children of Saginaw, Mich., were house- 3 to 6 p.m.
guests of Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Colston during -
the holidays. The Colstons honored their HAPPY Coming! Sat. and Sun., Jan. 9-10
guests with an Egg Nog Sip Sunday evening.

The BARNETT HOSTONS and son, Barnett '\\ u. .g.. JERRY

Jr. of Hampton, Va. are spending, the holidays :L NEVI 4 ,
with the Wellington Johnsons (Pauline.) BUTLER
o.V
GWEN JULIUS HOWARD is all smiles with YURi "Let It Be "
hubby Norman home for the holidays. V/ AND, Plus HIS BAND '

JANE DOUGLAS of New York City is visit-

ing relatives in Nassau. lt \\ Jj BETTYEVERETTE a

AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS home for \" II/ It'i P':
the Christmas season are Theresa Rigby, Sonya f.J. :';
Higgs, St. Augustine's; ,Juanita Johnson, North wY
Carolina; Virgil Valdez, Francis Tynes, Wilma Teen' Matinee Sun.
Celebrate New Year'sAT age Jan. 10, 3-6 p.m.
Williams, FAMU; John Brown, Harvard; Mi- ..
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chael Graham Talladega; Marie Taylor, Tus- -
Coming! Fri
and Sat.
Jan
16-17
Charlie Mae Smith Bethune-Cookman THE FAMOUS
kegee; ; First time in Miami
and TJiedora Williams, Virginia State.

SYMPATHY to the Ellison Family in the CLUB 'ROYALE
death of an uncle, Edward Lawrence of San .
Mateo. r
NO PRICE INCREASE
OUR GET WELL WISHES are speeded to ;j
Lillian Baillou, who was injured in a freak accident Free hats, favors and noisemakersDine I
Saturday, Dec. 12. She is in Jackson ,
Memorial and has undergone surgery. dance and make merry-or Joe '

AND TO GLADYS ROBINSON JOHNSONwho at the
i is ill ut t Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. T 4

IOTA PHI LAMBDA Sorority, Inc. entertained CLUB ROYALE .
friends with a Cocktail Dansante at the a
Hampton House on Dec 20 2275 NW 62nd Street
THE DRIFTERSHit
SIGMA GAMMA RHO Sorority entertained OX 6-0257
ul the YMCA last Saturday for the Buds local Record "Broad Walk"

high school Ngroup 'J' Teenage Matinee Sun., Jan. 17, 3-6 p.m.CHRISTMAS .

FREDDIE MURRAY is home from Richmond ; If Jtf.f. )ff Jt. >I-- '" :;{-1t' .' 7"c: =--- _- t
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, January 2, 1965 7

jor leaguers trade bats for golf clubs in the 72- SOCIAL SECURITY
hole, medal play tournament, sponsored by the

city of Miami. .. .
ep. .ee

.Spearing Last year's record of :30,000 vacationers and \
residents who viewed the action is expected to f' j rN
be eclipsed as well as the number of 40 major ...---..- J d e

With leaguers who competed. Already entered, is
The
term "social
Sportsi Brooks Robinson of Baltimore. different security"means
things to different }.
i Albie Pearson of the Los Angeles Angels will people. Whatever itf \',
means to the of the ,
I, BARRY 8PBA be back to defend his title and attempt to win the Social Security users Adminlsl term Thur, Fri., Sat.
-m his third crown, having been tops in 1958 .He tration wants everyone to know
full schedule of sports activities slated herein won last year by 'eight strokes with a 223 total what It represents in family ,RIDE THE WILD
next few for the 54 holes. protection provided through'WATERS OF HAWAII!
the months points to Miami as thenation's its old-age, survivors, and
winter sports capital. Alvin Dark, ex-San Francisco manager now a disability Insurance system.
coach with the Chicago Cubs will be seekingan
There's pari-mutuel action, spring training Most people know that
baseball, football, basketball, boating, fishing, unprecedented fifth title. His previous triumphs social security insurance pay-
were in 1951, '55, '57 and '62 and hs has ments to to retired workers 1
golf tennis and bowling.The .
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finished high in other years. and to their families. Fewerare
Christmas-New Year's aware of the benefits for
holiday sports ac- (
tion begins the year auspiciously, ,headed by ami "District, under the families of workers who die.
Still fewer have heard of disability -
of C. J. De-
the New Year's Night Orange Bowl Classic be- management
Insurance for eligible
Valt, with whom Dtan is .
tween the national champion University of Ala serving as an assistant in severely disabled workers and p. w \P
bama and Texas 1963 leader. charge of his debit. their dependents.This .:1 ,.

Racing fans witness thoroughbred action at He has received several three-way family protection ,
Tropical (through Jan. 15)), Hialeah (Jan. 16- citations annually for out- is worked for and paid ; t
standing achievement. Heis their em-
for by employees
March 3)) and Gulfstream (March 4-April 23. I married to Mrs. Sadye ployers and*the selfemployedyet
Then there's year-'round greyhound racing plus Fredricka Dean and resides there are 'many among
harness horse racing (through April 16)) and at 0-16 NW G3rd St. those who work and pay social 1 I
jai alai, claimed to bo the world's fastest and A They have four children, security t taxes who do not
John H., Nathaniel, Mrs.' realize the full extent of the
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most dangerous sport, played nightly through r Ollie Mae Hutchlns Mrs. /
April 22 at the Miami Fronton. Eloise Nichols and 26 providing financial for protection themselves they and are
grandchildren
Visitors who prefer boating activities will and: their families I

find sailing and speedboat regattas almost James He is AME a trustee Church and of St.an The Social I I Security Administration I

every weekend throughout the yearheadedby i. officer in the Masons, urges you to
the Orange Bowl Powerboat Regatta (Jan. Elks, Pallbearers, Shriners write or visit your nearest
2, 9-10 at the Miami Marine Stadium) and the'Lipton s and sundry other fra- social security office for benefit w... r '
cultural information whenever your_FABIAN sHEunFABARES, ( iwmHOmnBROWN
ternal, civic, wHUOTER
Cup (March 6)) and Miami-Nassau Sail- groups. or someone in your family re. u 'wTKWrWIS,susuHAOT.._tfTQUIA
ing Races two days later. John Henry Dean Sr., tires or becomes severely!_ ..fra I*.*N awe aura ijouw=-
representative for the Non-Surgical Office Treatment disabled.
The University of Miami basketball team, ex- Atro-Ameilcan: Lire Insurance You should also get inM! Plus"Love
pected to be in the top 10, and headed by All- Coon the Miami RUPTURE 0 PILES touch with your social security l! in
American Rick Barry, plays an inter-sectional District, topped the entire Rectal DlManeft, Varicose Velar, office whenever a worker In! a
four state agency list Prostate No lost time family dies. Your nearest I! Goldfish, Bowl"
your ,
schedule at the Miami Beach Auditorium. with a rank of number 1 Discard Truss Upon Correction
o/ Raptor low cost. office Is' at 12695 N.W. 7th''I
Three renowned golf tournaments are slated In the annual President'sBhthday Collection DR. LONG'S CLINIC Avenue. The telephone num- Tommy Sandb and I
for February and March. The Dixie Amateur ist Club with$1,000 a total of tHIS BW Irt St. FR S-CT4S ber is 6814651. --.Fabian'Drive -'

Feb. 1-4 ; the National Baseball Players tourna- 1354.10 for an average of .....
ment, Feb. 25-28 and the $70,000 Doral Open, 501% of his $270.04 debit. '""' '.-"m"i. --1i ._ ,
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Bowling enthusiasts will' see the ""world's fin with' the Stone I'f' ."'1..'" ,'I 11)t' \
by working ": L5.C1TY SUN. JAN. 3
est battle for honors in the $35,000 Hialeah Brothers of Ft. Pierce before :; J ': :::j ;
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CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS Thanks I would like Members to expressmy : !; . .J:

heartfelt thanks to
the officers and member ; ; :
of St. Matthews Baptist .
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IN MEMORIAM Church for the wonderful de.ne..

CARD OF THANKS RANGE surprise party given me "tin : ltll'IJ
f; :
Dedicated to the mem- on my birthday Dec. 2.1: i:11.1::

ory of our dear and loving We, the family of the ISAAC MOBLEY, 1530 The repast was deliciousand

mother, late, NW 1st Court Apt. 5 beautifully prepared By ALBKHT. OOKE
.,. ...,J JAMES HENRYRICHARDSON died Dec. 25. He is sur- Sis. Cornelian Smith and
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vived by his wife, Margaret her committee did an excellent "FATHER FORGIVETIIE11" Oh God! forgive us if

'.vho departed into eternal ; three, sons, Isaac Jr., job. My appreciation we have gone a wee bit
December 18 wishto Charles 7. and Gene; a is also extended to wayward. Forgive our
;rest on ,
daughter, Dorothy Russell Bro. and Sis. Festus MIller -
thanks and transgressions against a
extend
appreciation 'TW A8 The Day afterChristmas.
a sister, Ethel M. fur their him
opening giftless child. Grant '
w.r to the many Santa ''had come
friends neighbors and Smith; two grand children lovely home to us. I shall thy peace. Father forgive -
and .
Robert Russell and gone.I
relatives who were so always treasure: the gifts us COUSIN
Rickey Mobley III. Ser- and expressions of remembrance -
kind during our recent SAW o tear and n
bereavement, Special' I vices will be held Wed- from e a q h thousand drums rolled. I r
thanks to nesday 2 p.m. in the auxiliary and individual heard a plea Santa
Williams of Lakeland chapel, Rev. Thedford members and members of Johnson officiating. God bless all of you in in the morning sky I
J pastor ,
St. Matthews Freewill the coming year and may heard a cry and saw a
,; Baptist Church and the ESTON RICHARDSON we enjoy peace and prosperity thousand watchful eyes SOMEONE
of 1301 NW 2nd Ave. died
Francis in our church and gaze out on Christmas
Funeral Hume
Dec. 25. He had lived in
homes.
for all of kindness morning. Longingly; wish-
and service act rendered. Miami for 50 years. He is Rev. N. F. Clark fully hoping Suddenly I SPECIAL!
survived by his wift.
May God bless and keep heard a prayer, a simple
Mary Richardson; two Nightingale graduates do
"Father forgive ;
each is and everyone of you sisters, Mrs. W. H. Wil- DAY SPRING them.prayer", peciallzed work: n t h e

our prayer. liams and Mrs. Albertha care of the sick the
FANNIE BELLE Mrs. Armetter Johnson; three brothers, BAPTIST 1 RECALLED Christmas aged and the helpless.

SHANNONBorn Richardson, wife James, Nathan and Pres- Rev. Wm. Slater, pastorA preparation; there Every day the demand
And Family ton Richardson, Mrs. were 'hundreds of chari- for qualified personnel to
June 24, 1892, died subject to be given
December 22, 1963.A Gussie Richardson, sister- much consideration, table hardworking people perform this valuable
in-law, other relativesand "Standing Firm For spreading JOY. There were service grows greater and
breath of the glory of CARD OF THANKS friends. Services will Jesus" was the topic from mothers fathers, sisters, greater Nightingale College -
winter be held Thursday at St. which our pastor spoke brothers and all other trains and qualifies
John Baptist Church, at during morning service kinds of kinfolks giving you to join the many
on
Swept over her soul that The family of the late l 1 p.m. Rev. Thedford Sunday past. The Rev. gifts. There were stores, other Nightingale graduates -

day, MR. FRENCH GUIONS Johnson officiating. Slater spoke out of his i employers and employees. that are performing
is deeply grateful to the soul. In closing he stated There was Santa; yet, thin much needed service.
the winds
Though
were many friends who sent ZETTIK: CARTER of that as we go into a new there were thousands of An n Nightingale; gi.ndu-
searching and tireless, letters, condolences, flow- 1035 NW 60th St. died! year, Christians boys and girls left gift- ate you can choose your
And the winter skies were ers, telegrams and extended Dec. 27. She is survivedby where should determine every- less.. 1 heard a prayer, a Job. your houiH the

gray, words of cheer four daughters, Mrs. their eternal goal by simple prayer "Father time )ou want to work .
But beyond all and the and deeds of kindness Geneva Joseph, Sarah standing bravely: boldly forgive them." \'ou cnr njoy the knowledge -
fragranceAnd during the illness and Jane Bell Clara Brown and firmly for the Master. IIHt Jim are doinga
I HAW Christmas and
death of their loved one. and Nealy Carter; two The Junior Choir in their valuable job the trainIng -
beauty arise and she The Family sons, Wardell and Willie newly acquired lobes': sang was dumfounded For IN "simple and can be
treaded by some magic Carter;; nine grand children beautifully those wanting, it was adapted to jour conven
And music into the landof ; four sisters, other as though God had elud- ience. Call for an appointment -
paradise. relatives and friends. She We urge you to tart ed them. The wind whispered today and find
ALBERT will lie In repose from 2 the year off in the right "Tie best thingsin out how very easy It Is to
Sleep on mother and pm. until shipping time way by being in church life are free. I concur qualify fur this valuable
take your rest, we loved JACK A. WALKER, of Friday morning Her remains Sunday and) making It a and agree. I know that 'raining. Hpeclal hours
you dearly, but Jesus 1870 Service Road died will be shipped to must every Sunday Take our father gave us the arranged fur mothers.
loved you best. May she Dec. 20. Services Satur- Waycross, Ga for burial the entire family ami unite day and the night. I Day 01 night classes. Women -
rest in peace. day 2pm. at Greater yourselves firmly in tho know that she, gave us the up to :S eligible. No
New Bethel Church, Rev. SAM BERRY of :3333 Lord world and the Christ but, high M.IIOO! diploma ne-
Rev. John A. James, \V K. Smith, pastor. Survivors NW 69th St., passed Dec. how does one explainthis (c'INIU'At\\' tuition pay
son are his wife Irene; 21 He is survived by his RIDGEWAYChurch to a toyless child on ments.
Eunice Bradley Bessie Christmas morning
three sons Curtis, Henry wife, Mrs. Louise Berry, -
.. daughtersJane and Joe, "The Gospel five sons and daughters; of God of Prophecy now-a-days. I heard a Phone 377-0294
Prenella Shannon, Blind Boy", formerly of1IDI three sisters. Mrs. Lucille prayer, a simple prayer,
Elder If. L. Cox reporterThe "
And the rest of the rather forgive them.
Nightingale
\\' ; a daughter Mrs. Lee; Sivon Lee Jordon,
family Ella Lee Kindred; a Winnie Mae Whitmore': pastor and members College
brother. He will repose In two brothers Johnnie an(1 extend a warm invitationfor

the Opa-locka chapel Fri- Caret Berry. Services you to lie with them BROWARD 111 S. Miami Ave.Mm. .
CARD OF THANKS! day afternoon and In the Saturday from Antloch this week.
It M. If 011 U Ia book
church at 8 a.m. Saturday Baptist Chut I' c h of
The family of the late Brownsville Our Watch, Night ser- COUNTY It. N., Director
ALTON "Rags" JOHNSONwho vice will begin Thursdayat

died recently wishto :MRS CLEMMIE L. :MRS. SYBLENE Mc- 8:30.: Your presence will NEWS
thank the many friends HANNA CARTER, 3104 PHEE of 4300 NW 11th be well appreciated. On
and neighbor* who wereso NW 46th St., died Dec. 23. place died Dec. 27. She Sunday our regular Sun-
considerate in our hourof She is survived by her was a pioneer Miamian day worship. Sunday By Walter Born t
bereavement by send- husband, Elder Joe Car- having come ,here more School begins at 10 a.m.
ing us cards, telegrams ter, a sister, Mrs. Char- than 60 years ago. She is Morning worship at noon. The Carver Ranches

flowers and for other lotte Smith of Jacksonville survived by her sister, You are more than welcome Fire Department did a
deeds of kindness. ; nine step children. Mrs. Singleton; four to be with us every fine job Christmas, carryIng -
around to needy 0
Arrangements incomplete. nieces inducing: :Mesdames Sunday at :530: : pm when toys
Our special thanks to St Bertha Lee, Harriet -- families. Thanks to the
James AME Church, Rev WILLIE FIELDS, 1810 Patton, Hattie Gibson our young people takeover president, Walter Ulatch
J. B. Blacknell and the and Carolyn .. and Fire Chief C n.I
NW 3rd Ave., well known Cherry L
Range Funeral Home for caU driver for many years as well as other rela- Blount.
FRANCIS
the excellent service ren-
died Dec. 24. Services to tives. Services Saturdayat Uroward
dered. conducted in the 3:30: pm. at the Mt The South
be MRS ELOUISE E. VFW Post No. 8191! will
May we :say again. chapel Saturday at 2 p.m. Tabor Baptist Church FARRINGTON of 1767 'hold its!:! first meeting of
Thanks! His survivors are wife, a with Rev. Brown, (officia NW 47th St. died Dec. 22. the new year at Bowe's

THE FAMILY brother, a niece and a ting. Services Saturday at 2 Barber Shop, 4414 SW

step son.HAMP. FELICIA DONALD pm. at Ebenezer Meth- 17th St., Sunday at :5:i p.m.

HAMILTON, of SON, daughter of Mrs will odist repose Church.in the Remains chapel ent.Members, please he pres- .

IN MEMORIAMIn 1640 NW 1st Ave., hus- Johnnie Bell Tompkins beginning 2 pm Friday. I .:.
band of Mrs. Gussie Ham- Donaldson of 0-105 SW Survivors include six Star Light Lodge No. .
ilton died Dec. 26. He 57t/h/ Court, died Dec. 27. sisters, Mesdames Rosa 342 will hold its meeting
loving memory of is also survived by a son, Other survivors include Curry, Frances Robinson, Friday night Jan. 1 at
our dear mother, Leroy Hamilton. Services her father, Fred Donaldson Anita Young, Rebecca the Masonic Hall on Pembroke -
CAROLINE KEMP Saturday at 4 p.m. in the ; her grand father. Nemo, Elsie Jeff and Syl- Road. ) .
who departed this life on chapel. John Mozell; two sisters; via Jackson; five brothers -

December 29, 1960. three 'brothers and four William, Clifford, Bowe's Barber Shop
"On that happy Easter Services for Willie Mor- uncles. Services Saturday Eddie, Jeff and Monroe and Eleanor's Beauty Salon -
120th at 1 pm at Trinity Com-
morning, row of 21630 SW Jackson. wish each and every-
All the graves; their dead Ave., were held Tuesday C.munity Mozell Church, Rev. A. one a Happy New Year. .I
restore 2 p.m. at the House of pastor.
Father sister; child and Daniels, Rev. A G. Dan MRS. FRANCES O.
mother, iels, pastor, a brother, J. FRANK ELLIS of 513 JACKSON of 14181 NW Fayson to hundreds of
W. Morrow survive. NW 17th St., died in Jack- 23rd Place died Dec. 22. persons whose lives she ,
Meet once more. son Hospital. He is sur- Services held Wednesday. touched and helped to
Victor Kemp, son Lillie vived Willie Survivors include two mold as creditable citi-
Gwendoline Kemp, Services for Mrs. by a son as NIGHTINGALECOLLEGE
Mae Glaser, 618 NW well as other relatives.Arrangements friends, Mrs. Rossie Jolly zens and men and women
Lydia Spicer, Dghts. Who have found for them-
incom- and Johnnie Mae
8th St. held Tuesday at Mrs. lit B. MIAMI AVE.
New Providence Baptist plete. Hill. selves places of leader-
ship and accomplishment, MIAMI, FA.
Church, Rev. C. J. Bur-
CARD OF THANKSWe is survived EDD GRAVES of 3112 in all fields of endeavor
She -
ney, pastor.
Mrs. Birdie andthe
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by a son, Bennie NW 45th St., died Dec. 28. throughout Florida !
the family of the Whitlock; two daughters, lIe is survived by a United States. Io I

late, Mrs. Mozella McKinney daughter, Mrs. Pearlle Fayson Dies "Ma" Fayson! will always -
JOSEPH LEVARITY and Mrs. Rosa Lee Go- Lee Burse Arrangements be remembered for

acknowledge and thank sier; an aunt and an are Incomplete. Miami and all Florida her advice to students to c a

the Rev. N. F. Clark, uncle. mourn the passing of "Study hard, work hard,
St. Matthew B apt I 1stChurch WILLIE GREEN, 5534 Mrs. Birdie Fayson who and prepare yourselvesfor
and the various NW 24th Ave. died Dec. died last Thursday. Mrs. the competition that I
pastors who gave such 28. He is survived by his Fayson was the wife of lies ahead."
Inspiring words. We also NOW I i. the Time to Sell widow, Lillie Mae. Arrangements Rev. H. W. Fayson, deceased Funeral services were .. It

thank the Range Funeral That Hoire.. Use a Time incomplete. pastor of Greater held Wednesday! afternoon ::
Home, neighbors and Bethel AME Church. from Greater Bethel Ii oa ...Oo .a ox
friends for being so kind Clarified Adi' The 'Time Goes to Mrs. Fayson was affec- with the Richardson Fun- 'e C s!:.t

during our bereavement.The College 9 mot. $3.50 tionately known as "Ma" eral Home in oharge.
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election of officers::
Celebration at Bethel FridayThe and committees will be
t'.r the order of business at
the meeting of the Men's;
Rev. Samuel A, Cousin, Sr., pastor of Greater Club of Christ Episcopal

Bethel A.M.E. Church, 245 NW. 8th Street, (candidate for Church, following the reg-
Bishop at the 1968 General Conferenceannounced) today, that ular: Sunday morning service -
of Jan. 3,. All men
ministers, leaders, and laymen of all religious faiths, civic, t are urged to attend this!=

fraternal, patriotic, cultural and political groups of all races service and meeting.

and creeds are cordially invited to attend the 1965 New Years Hubert Thompson,

observance of the Emancipation Proclamation at Greater president

Bethel Church, at 11 a.m., Friday, Jan. 1, at which time, The Fr Thcorloio H Gibson

Right Rev. Eugene Clifford Hatcher, DD.L.L.D., Presiding rector
Bishop will deliver the address. M SALTER'S CHAPELRev.

Bishop Hatcher, of Jacksonville, Florida, presiding H, J. Benson, pastor
residence prelate of the eleventh Episcopal District of the Flossie Marshall, reporter

African Methodist Episcopal Church, Comprising Florida and
Our elder
the Bahamas of the British West Indies, was host to the 1964 Rev. J. presiding B. Blake along,

General Conference of his connection when it convened in I r with his lovely wife and

Cincinnati, Ohio where he was then presiding over the Third niece were with us In
( Episcopal District. Sunday School and thru
x i the 11 a.m. service. He
The Rev. Cousin stated, leaders of the Jewish and + '1ri talked about "The Work

Christian Organizations of Dade County; American Legions,,, r-- ._..._'1.......'.,.. r of W.MI.M.w. l l ii I: OM a and The Success of" the
Veterans of Foreign Wars, Boy and Girl Scouts' Council of Bahama Conference. He
NEW PHILADELPHIA church. Parents of both a tremendous job of act- is the Presiding Elder of
Churches, Ministerial Alliances and Brotherhoods, public officials newly weds were present, Ing, Pastor Hively appeared the West Miami District
of Miami, Dade County, and the state have pledged to 915 NW 62nd St. some friends and a few as King Melchoir On the 4th of January the
attend the observance to hear the Bishop. Both daily and Rev. W. H. Washington church members. Our and David Shull as King pastor will go to Indian-
and iheart-felt Balthazar. town and Is askng the
pastor prayers
weekly radio and T.V. also
press, are expected.
coverage
best wishes are extendedto officers to go along to attend -
r As an added bonus, for attending the observance, all This certainly has been the bride and groom Because of his fine per- this special meeting

persons present, particularly group leaders will have an opportunity a festive season at o u r for a prosperous future formance Dr. Gordon, concerning the work of
to obtain one of the CIVIL RIGHTS DOCUMENTARY church. The Christmas together. chaplain of the Universityof the West Miami District.We .
Miami Lutheran Fra-
spirit has been in the air are getting ready
Records, of the African Methodist Episcopal Church PIO. and as we approach the Evening services were ternal House, has asked for Guests Day the third
NEERS IN PROTEST. new year things are beginning not held at the church the Rev. Washington's Sunday in January. We
to sparkle and Sunday night. The churoh permission to bring a are looking for our friendsto
. Witnesses Return glitter in anticipation of a went to see its pastor appear group of university students worship with us on
NEW PROVIDENCEThe very prosperous New in the opera, to the New Phila- that day.
From Circuit Year. "Amahl and the Night delphia Baptist Church ona
I Spirit of the Lord Visitors" at the St. James mission-like retreat We are happy to have
Convention was high throughout the On Dec. 23 a weddingwas Lutheran Church in Coral during the middle of Jan- home for the holiday: The
day Sunday. We are look- held in the church. Gables. uary. Payne Brothers, Barbara
Bennie Crump, presid- Ing forward for the New James Newkirk and Miss Bogan, Shirley Wilson,
ing minister of the Miami Year. God has wonder- Patricia Pitts were unitedIn Rev. Washington played We are certainly thank- Mr and Mrs. Hepburn and
Northwest Unit Congre- fully blessed us this year. Holy Matrimony. 'The the role of one of the ful to the Lord for His Dr and Mrs. Kennedy.
gation of Jehovah's Wit- We feel it a great blessing bride was beautifully wise men and his dra- many blessings which They are the Alexanders'two
nesses, and the majorityof in being yet alive. adorned and the husbandwas matic voice thrilled the have come to us throughour daughters and the
his congregation re- handsomely dressed. audience as that of Mrs. many friends this I Kennedys' son.
turned today from a cir- We will be looking to The quiet ceremony ''had Logan, the mother of Christmas. We would liketo
cuit convention in For t see you in church Sun- as a background the Amahl. join with others In The Junior Church met
Lauderdale. day, let us start the New beautiful Christmas tree wishing you luck, happi- at 3 p.m. Dec. 27 where
Year right. The Pall Bear- and the lighted mangerin Amahl was played by ness and prosperity in much business was attended -
"The conventon was an ers Charity Society No. the window of the Timothy Hively who did the New Year! to and many plans
outstanding success in 137 will meet on Jan. 8, were made. They will
every way. Crump said 8 p.m. in the dining room. NEW MT. TABORYou give their New Year's par-
"My fellow ministers andI Business of importance.Let NEW MACEDONIA ty at the home of Mr. and
are eager to give 'of the TEMPLE BAPTISTThe are cordially invited Mrs. Rudolph Marshall,
benefits received from the us visit the sick and 3165 NW 56th Street to attend Watch 5215 NW 24th place and
convention for the goodof pray for those who are Rev. Roscoe Jackson rainy weather Interfered Night Services Thursdayat 52nd St. Along, with the
our community." greaved over the loss of pastor with the atten- 10 p.m. All choir mem- Junior Church parents,
their loved ones. Willie J. Heard, reporterOn dance Sunday evening bers are asked by the the time is 7 to 10. This
According to Crump, a but it did not dampen the pastor to be present and is for the
crowd of 1,114 were both You are always wel- the last Sunday In ardor of the No. 1 choir prepared to render sung event Don't teenagers.the sick
delighted and impressedby come in our services. the year, services were and the Male Chorus. sevice. and forget
the special showing ofa Rev. C. J. Burney, pastorSis. very high and well at- With, Deacon R. Hepburn shut in.
two-hour color film Claudia Wilson, Rep. tended. We have been directing, Mrs. V. Stra- We also take this moment We wish you and yoursa
produced by the Watch Immensely blessed at the chan at the organ and to thank God for the Happy New Year!
Tower Society. The film year. We are truly Miss Elsie Douglas at Holy Spirit manifested In
i took the viewers on a Grace Presbyterian thankful to God. We realize piano they rendered a services for the past
tour around the world in that it wasn't our very inspiring Christmas month. The pastor and
company with Jehovah's 6895 NW 14th Avenue goodness to lie here, but program. Miss Claudia other ministers have delivered -
Witnesses showing whatis Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor His tender mercy which beautifully played a piano very powerful and
being done to counteract has brought us safe this solo, and Mrs. A. New- fervent sermons taken
the world trend toward This Sunday morningwe far and if we continue to bold was M. C. from various outstandingtexts.
spiritual decline and will have communion trust Him, !it wil lead us .
moral decay. It also dem- service and also the Installation on to the Great Beyondto This Sunday the ohoirs t.I
onstrates the unity that ceremony for which we are working will sing jointly. The To our many visitors
can exist among people of our church officials for forward.Let Lord's Supper will be and friends you are always -
all nations when their interest 1965. At the seven thirty' administered at the morn- welcome to wor- .
is centered primarily service we will recognizeall us turn over a new ing and evening services. ship at Mt Tabor.As .
in the worship of God. adult members who leaf in the new year andif
Welcome home to Miss you pray, rememberour
Crump said the climax joined the church in 1964 we haven't been, let's"tart sick
Katrina Gibbs members and
of the seminar was the with our "Rose Service." going to church reg- student at friends and the bereaved
Tuskegee Institute whois
,
feature address ularly. Keep this in mind.
by JamesA. On Monday' evening at spending the holidayswith families everywhere at
The family that
.
Thompson Jr. district prays
a the termination
of the
8:15: we will begin' our together stays together! her parents and attended old
supervisor of the
atchtower Bible Study for 1965. services Sunday year.
Society. Small study booklets will Worship with us, Sun- morning.
Thompson spoke on the be available for all adult day. We'll be looking for On Dec. 20, Rev Theo-
'r I Bible students. Our study Charles Ambrose, director lore J. Floyd, formerly
subject, "Our Divided of choir No. 2 has SHILOH BAPTISTRev. uf Miami, began
you.Pray a weekly
this Monday will be
World I* it Here to for the sick and
broadcast
Stay?" "What Is The Bible: ?" hut-ins. been patient at the Vet- A. M. Griffin, pastor : over a special
erans Hospital since Aug- network of stations each
The audience numbering On Thursday at 8:15: we ust. It was a great joy to Eugene Jones, reporter Sunday at 7:05: p.m. to
will! begin "Laymen's have him in service 7:20.: A called
1,449 listened intently as our B. Sun- Watch Night service program
MT. CALVARY M.
Thompson commented on Institute," which will bea day morning. He returned Dec. 31. Prayer will begin "Christlan Hope." Key
the cause of the divisionin study on ohurchman- Rev. S. Atchison, pastorC. to the hospital that af- at 7 p.m.;; 9:30: Testi- station is WEEZ 1590 on
the world. "It is not ship. The topic for Janu- Carter reporter"Be ternoon. Get-well wishesgo mony meeting. the dial at Chester Pa,
the racial or economic ary will be "Evangelism." to Mrs. B. Hart, a pio-
differences that caused strong and of a neer and loyal member Sunday, Jan. 3, 9:30: Check your radio log
the division," Thompsonsaid Members and friendsare good courage: Be not who suffered a heart attack Sunday School; 11 a.m. for time and station in
"Hut the selfish a m- invited to come out afraid, neither be t h o u last week. morning worship; 7 p.m. ,your city. Rev. Floyd can
bition that characterizes and help the church (help dismayed; for the Lord night worship and Com- he reached at his 'home at
mankind today." you to get off to a won- thy God is with thee Coming!! The No. one munion. You are wel- '!))32 W. Edgeley St. or radio -
said that the Thompson endless derful start In the new whithersoever thou go- choir will present in recital come. Remember the sick station WEEZ Chester -
year. two of Miami's lead Pa
in est. John 1:9.: and shutlns.
arguments Nations the United ing artists, Mrs. BarbaraW. 1- .... __ _
coupled with the We the 11Calvary Kee
,
strife between lyric soprano;
cratic and Communistic the Demo- TRANSFIGURATIONEpiscopal Baptist Church, take this Ulyssls S. Morris, bari- WIGSSALES
make opportunity to greet you tone, on January 25. Mrs.
powers in the world the appear division ( ) on the beginning of a new Gladys L. McFord is ac- RENTALS SERVICE

permanent. "Ohrist Jesus Kr. E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar year. sale companist. Tickets on Rent a Wir
the King and Judge, will As we approaoh the first
3 dens
The Rt. Rev. James J J.. The or man
pastor and
tike steps to destroy thoseat Sunday In the new year, family A. littU
Duncan 5.00
will administer as
wish to thank the
disunity, he warned we are expecting an Inspi- mem-
the Sacrament of Confirmation bers and friendsfor KIMBERLY'S
Crump .-.aid 'M: were rational sermon to begin many
baptized! I by complete(; ) Immersion Transfiguration at the Church.Sun-i of .tie new year.v We invite .the cards, etc., etc. during- Beauty Salon.
( Yuletide season. A
in water, a symbol day, Dec. 3 at the to::Ir, you tt> 'Bpencl Sunday fwithus Happy and Prosperous I '4310 NW 7th Avenue
of their dedication: as service and we also invite you Phone 757-9254
New Year to all. 754.3028c
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, January 2, 1965 11 iI J JI

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The
Beginning of Liberty CityAs

I CLASSIFIEDFOR
Told by Alonzo Kelly

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Liberty City was started In the year 1922 by Its owner r.
and developer, F.W. Davis. Its first building was a big pavilion :
For Your .
SALE FOR RENT built by Alonxo Kelly and used as a dance hall. Offers Enjoyment.

*. Merry-makers who could get transportation "out In the MUSIC & DANCING

'63 DODGE 2-door 6- CHEAP, CLEAN, nicely,. sticks" came to dance but not to buy. The first*three.oom .
cylinder, automatic radio, furnished rooms for men, residence was built, and with the lot, was given to the "lucky Friday-Saturday-Sunday Evenings
white-red Interior, balance meals or cooking privi- winner." But no business.For -
of 5 year guaranty, leges. PL I).8125.
1-105 NW 84th STREETUN three successive Sundays a house and lot were given Eaoh Nite Ladieo_ Kite

5-3825. "WYNNE HOMES" away, but nobody wanted to buy, to say nothing about living, 2nd DRINK ON THE HOUSE]
HURRY! so far out in the woods. FREE GIFT DRAWING
2-BEDROOM with beautiful To the greatest oppor- finally, Mr.. Davis decided that instead of making (lust
Fla. room plus 2-car tunity offered by the
CBS garage, conventionalterms areas largest ihome builders. one person happy each week, he would send everybody away Hors d'oeuvres & Canapes to All

$850 down, $85 Brand new 3-bed- feeling good. He ordered cases of chickens and then, everyone NO COVER- NO MINIMUM
ADMISSION -
NO
month, 1 mortgage. D. W. room 2 bath homes at had a bird to take home
Gurton, R. E., Broker, 541 NW
44th St. Call DRINK PRICESFri.
235-23-12: or 049-1784. quickly. JE 16902. After that, lots began selling at $300. $10 down and $6
per month. Mr. Kelly, who was the salesman, brought people Sat. Sun. $1.00 plus tax
8327 NW 14tih Court LOVELY 2-bedroom apt. from downtown and other areas to buy until all the lots were Mon. thru Thurs. .75 plus tax
CBS BEAUTY on 2 lots, Oak floors J must qualify sold.
100 x 100 with fenced 1147 NW 6 Ave. Call CD
yard, FHA terms $:JiiO 8G633.r At that time what is now Liberty City was almost wilder i\
down, $75 month, D.V' ness and the streets rough trallways. _
Gurton R.E. Broker, 235. QUIET room man Mr. Kelly retired in 1957, and Mr. Davis passed in 1958.
2342 or fUp1784.SHENANDOAH or lady, 2922 NW 59th St.
Mr. Davis' widow died December 13 this leav'
Phone 635-<3737. on year, ng ..
SECTION as beneficiaries in her will several organizations, all her employees -

3-BEDROOM CBS, hugeFa 4032 NW 23rd Ave. 4 and some churches including Greater Bethel A.M.E.of .
room, appliances carport rooms partly furnished. which Mr. Kelly I is an ardent member, and St. James A.M.E.of .
tile roof, $12,600 $17 week child ok. OX
FHA valuation price. 1-4668. Liberty City.War .

Check this out with D. 42OO NW 27th Avenue NE S-OOll
W. Gurton R. E. Broker. 1-BEDROOM duplex apt. on Poverty ProgramRichard A"IOI" Iiprtti. Cards Hn"r"
235-2342 or 949-1784. on NW 48th St. near 17th

Ave. Call NE 4-0127. A. Weatherley,has been named Executive Director
3-BEDROOM, 1 hath,
partly furnished wall to ROOM, private home with of the Economic Opportunity Program, Inc., the newly = .-. -
wall carpeting $350 down, privileges, near bus stop created ,organization .to lead Dade County's War on Poverty. r ,
FHA terms 5220 NW 8 very good for a working Weatherley will leave his current post as Administrative I
Ave. 1-45 lady NE WITH BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR THE
Open Sun. p.m. 5-5283 or NE Executive of the United Fund of Dade County's United Health
Fenster Realty (Broker) 4-3044.
PL 9-8779. Foundation to take on the new lob. NEW YEAR t

1-BEOROOM c o t.t age, Miami attorney, Alvin Cassel, President of the Economic I .
DRIVE BY CALL !MM stove refrig., nicely painted Opportunity Program, said I the 28 year-old Weatherley will ,
250 NW 43rd St. has front
porch for
230 NW 43rd St extra room weekly $20 guide the local community-wide assault on the problems of Ford Realty, Inc. offer a golden opportunity -
1490 NW 83rd St. including utilities immediate the poor. I t for the average family to buy a home! ,

1031 NW 1st Ave, occupancy, 3327 NW :The local Poverty Program will operate under n In emon'th -.-
Beautiful home. $3JO(> 60tih St., key next door, j
down) FHA terms, no 3347 NW 60th St. Mrs. grant of $34,210 recently approved by the Federal See these and then call us for terms!) ,
closing costs. A. Ben-Korl, Colcy. S, S. Gross Realty, Government. I
Realtor phone anytime. 444-6126. Cassel said it will be Weatherley's task to head up a NO QUALIFYING! !! !
751-2243. staff that will plan and coordinate the Anti-Poverty Programon ,
FURNISHED room, kit- 1855 NW 43rd St. 2120 NW 50th St.
locall.vel.
:.VIJEDROOM CBS. $::350 i chen privileges reasonable a I ,
down $8000 total no qualifying 1474 NW 5 Ave. The E.O.P. expected to provide a unified approach andt 2105 NW 47th St. 6814 NW 6th Ave.
move In today. A 373-121, offer new methods to solve the problem of Poverty in Dade ,
real nice furnished house.A. 755 NW 59th St. 3061 NW 65th St.
Ben-Kori, Realtor, County. ,
phone anytime 751-2243. THIS IS THENUMBER Weatherley, a graduate of the University of Chicago, 5810 NW 30th Ave. 4502 NW 23rd Ave.
where he received a BA degree in Social Science, formerlywas
X3ENUC HOMES! New! Director of Planning, United Community Services of St. 5729 NW 31st Ave., 1324 NW 58th Terr. t
New New! See the home
that make families hap-692-1262 I I Joseph County, Inc. He came to Miami in August, 1964. t '

Mr.. So. so many happy There, he served as Project Director for the United FORD REALTY Inc. j
Ideas. Many more under Community Services U.S. Department of Labor Demonstration ,
construction.' Sneak preview TO CALL Program called project ABLE.As t Also offers many fine 2 and 3 bedroom '
on 75 St. between
FOR YOUR
11 director, he supervised an emergency program to retrain *
and 12 Aves. (2 homes) homes with down payments ranging from '
also 677 NW 86 St. Which CHOIRROBES and find lobs for some 2,000 workers over age fifty displaced .

Will be open sundlty, by the Studebaker Automotive plant shutdown. t $500 to $5,000 in fine areas. ,
wn. Weatherley is a member of the National Association of
(Broker) PL 9-8779.
Social Workers and the American Society of Planning Officials. ,
or write FORD REALTYINC. Broker
VA tad FHA homes, ft-
bedroom and 2 bath. Can
for appointment. From LUCKI 'S TAILOR SHOP HOLIDAY GREETINGSTo RR 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595
HOO down and no down 6510 NW 18th AT*. .
payment on some VA Miami, Fla. All Our Friends L -_ _= = -
homes
Feaster Realty
(Broker) PL 9-8779. '..

INCOME Property. Large New Year Specials Finest Selections In Miami

lot CBS, nice location. Try A Classified Ad Lovely home open
House has 3-tfedrooms, For Best Result
PAYMENTSEZ
plus garage, plus rear 1760 NW 45th Street NEW LOW DOWN
apartment, 2-bedroom, 2 Our Clarified Ad. Term LM Than Rent
bath, apt. Good terms. SILL ANYTHING Being old below FHA appraisal .-

Doat forget to call us on Extra, large CBS home, 1500 square feet of 524 NW 52nd Street
this one. It's a real bar-
gain. Fenster Realty living area plus carport 38 ft. long. Don't SUNSHINE HOMES PRESENT THEIR BRAND
?Broker) PL 8-3779. miss this. $250 down. Total $10,250. NEW 1965 MODEL HOME
18 YEARS OF RESPONSIBLE 3-bedrooms, 2 bath FU. room, tile roof and built-in
IIELP WANTED BUILDING SERVICE TO -.- kitchen. To see it is to buy it.

WOMEN wanted to assist THE COMMUNITYWhen --- ----
339 NW 39th StreetCBS.
manager of rooming
1064 NW 61st Street
house area BUYING or BUILDING
in downtown
in exchange for free rent. Dining room, large kitchen, screened! 3-bedroom, oak floors, and carport. No quaIU,. lr.

phone 373-1215 after 5 GALL STANLEY] porch, wall lo wall carpeting, blind street, $595 down. $9,500 total price.

p.m. P L 1-3604 safe for children. $250 down FHA, $75 ---s ---

I I(!) month, $10,500 total. 1300 NW 81st Terrace '
NOW! is the rune to Seas _Beautiful Homes
J these four brand CBS 2
No
Built on Your Lotor --.MW qualifying on new
That Home.. Use a Times' Our and 3 bedroom homes. $750 down, $89 month.

Classified Act Attractive AlterotionsondAdditlons 337 NW 59th Terr. -_ .

3-bedroom CBS furnished home plus 1-bedroom 280 NW 55th Street I
.Let U. Demolish LIVE RENT FREE. Beautiful CBS duplex, 2bed.
$12,000 qualifying.
apt., garage, no
To Buy or Sell Your Worn OutHouse room, 1 bath each side. No closing cost. $500 down,
and Build a -.- FHA terms.
HOMES, LOTS Lovely New Horn .
Call U* for Poets About 4100 NW 14th Avenue We hare, the largest selection of CBS 2 and 3 bedroom ,
AND, ETC. Building homes in "
Greater Miami
area.
Lovely CBS corner duplex. Like new. 1 side
Bank Financing
Good
Call or SeeS. furnished. 2-bedrooms each side. $16,500
NEWS REALTY Inc.
D. BARKLEY STANLEY; BUILDERS, FHA valuation.

at Inc.LIernsed EDISON REALTY Realtors: (The Broker that works for you)

Midwest RealtyPh. Insured BRAND NEW LOCATION

NE 5-8035 888 .M.. E. 79th StreetMiami 175 N.W. 62nd St. 751-2441 4740 NW 7th (Ave.Open Sunday) PL 4-0655

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.r{ 12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, January 2, 1965


:.1,' Negroes in Elective Office

'A jl n4o I FI 1
t I i E ttl/ 1 be Guests of
',:' ,\ to Inaugural

WASHINGTON (NPI) Invitations to
A&Mto attend the Inauguration festivities will be sent

\.. to every Negro who holds an elective office, ac-

RegisterFAMU .v cording to a spokesman at Inauguration corn

(i ii mittee headquarters here.

( ) Followingthe Plans for the'''gala four day period Jan. 17-20
! yI first trimester's end, are being worked out by committees which include
18, and the Chrlst-
'- r 4j ''I mas Dec. holliday va cation, a record number of Negroes. I

I Dec. 18-Jan 3, dormito-
Invitations
the
to Inaugural Ball, to be held
ries will be
opened at
Florida A&M Universityfor in four locations in the city, were 'mailed last
i the beginning of the weekend. Guests attending the Ball will pay $25a

second trimester, Sun- person. Boxes for groups of eight may be reserved -
, day, Jan. 3, Edwin M. for $750.
r Thorpe, director of admissions .
and records, Hotel space will be a premium that weekend.
stated today. Leading downtown hotels, uptown and on the

I officially The holidays for the FAMU end outskirts of the city, including the Dunbar at
15th and U St., are also partially sold out.
family on Monday Jan.
4, at 8 a.m.' when admission Hotel managers
are asking that reservations
, i examinationsfor
I SPORTSMEN SPREAD JOY Members of the group include: new students will be- be made for the entire, four day, period and paid
,;. Square Circle Sportsmen members Samuel Wright, Ernest Bellamy, gin. for in advance. '
:t spreaded a bit of Christmas cheer ''Ed Bogie, Fred Nooks, Israel Armstrong Registration for the -
( last week as they undertook their James Boykins, Willie R. second trimester will be
150 Youths in MoralReArmament
,}r4 annual project of handing out Davie, Mose Wilson, Johnnie held Monday. and Tuesday -
Jan. 4.5.Classes
(\ checks to needy families during the Turner, Alec Hall, Joel Waller, will meet

.(i f holiday its se-ason. The club will celebrate Charlie Davie, Marvin Anderson, for the first session of ConferenceSome
f1 23rd anniversary this the second trimester on
I month with a dance at Bayfront Paul Cato, Nathaniel Johnson and Wednesday, Jan. 6.It .
Park Auditorium. R C. Coleman. 150 youths from the years to come. Feature
films and documentaries,
throughout Florida will parti-i some
I 1IIl; iiI\t pIwpwi: ii&R" j Icipate in a conference, sponsored will of which be shown.are student produced,

.. I on by the Moral they movement ReArmament -, Metro Mayor Chuck Hall
-- -ww- ---- ways
( schedule permits can help shape better world will be the keynote speaker
U WASHINGTON NPIEfforts to a with national, internationaland
7an. 1-3 in the South Dade
the bonds between American Ne-
strengthen other local personalities
I Conference director Theodore Brown said i
" and the African nations will be given area.The addressing the conference.
groes a
that visits to Africa are also planned by Roy conference, entitled
boost with "personal diplomacy" by Dr. Martin Among the other speakers will
Wilkins "A Hurricane of Change,
NAACP executive director, and Mrs.
be Conrad Hunt, vice-captain
Luther King and James Farmer next will be the
early at Baptist Camp-
Dorothy Height, National Council of N e g r o of the world champion West
4 year. ground, 18919 S.W. 352nd St.,
Women. Indies cricket team.
Florida City. The will
f I camp
As members of the American Negro Lead- be under adult supervision.There The conference rate is $15,
' Brown also announced that Atty. Belford which includes! registration
will be
ership Conference Africa both will workshops
on men
\ fee room and meals for three
Lawson and Dr. Edward Mazique will
spear- at which delegates will ex- ,
. tour Africa to acquaint themselves with its social days. Reservations can be
head a group of 50 Washingtonians to mobilize change ideas and do practical
) economic and political problems. made through Ray Hackett,
local support for the Conference program. planning on ways youth as 155 NE 19th St. Homestead,
Farmer, CORE national president, and one Similar efforts are planned for other major future leaders can make their or phone Miami FR 74771.
of the founders of the Leadership Conference cities. Early next Brown said leaders of lives more useful now and in
t year, _______________,. ..
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will
leave
Jan. 3 for a three-week tour of East, Negro organizations will be invited toa
ti West and Central Africa. Dr. King, 1964 Nobel one-day conference ,in Washington to make

' Peace Prize Winner and also a founder of the the Leadership Conference a permanent organi- APPAREL FOR SALE
.' Conference, will visit Africa as soon ,as his zation.

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i 6910 N.W. 22nd Ave.
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Our sincere wishes/ Lot Good for Church: or Business

for a layout New Year.. builds buy land, homes'', or mortgage

L\\ LARGE LOTS FOR SALE

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