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Creation Date: January 9, 1965
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; 42nd YEAR, No. 18 MIAMI, FLORIDA I L SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1965 __ 16 PAGES. 10 CENTS




I PollceSlay, Cop: Killer in Patrol Car Justice Tennessee Dept.Files and Louisiana Suit Against ':'I


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John Henry Jenkins who shot for tenniiles -at..p..l.. to, UO milesper that schools be desegregated /
reportedly andkilled. a officers chased him' Justice Department has in Campbell County, I
state< trooper who stopped him for a traffic violation Sundayat hour and captured him when his car was rammed by a brought suits under the Tenn. It was filed In federal -

MacClenny, was himself fatally wounded when he kicked, Duval County deputy and it overturned. end new school Civil Rights segregation Act to in district court in Chat- ?,

another trooper who held a .gun on him in the rear s'eal of a Beach said Jenkins had taken Scott's service revolver Tennessee and Louisiana.The tanooga. (.'..?

highway patrol car. and had tried to stage a fight with the pursuing officers suits were the first In the other action, the
S.L. Scott Jr., 25, of MacClenny, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. such actions taken under' department asked for the 1 /*
L. Scott of Waldo, was the trooper. Jenkins was placed in the rear seat of a patrol car with the act.Acting. right to Intervene on bev.
half '
Capt. Eldridge Beach, commanding officer of Troop B at Col.u hnnl..Cox of Jacksonville on the way to the MacClenny Attorney General students of a group whose of parentshad Negro fl

nearby Lake City, said Scott apparently stopped the 28-year- (jail Beach said Sgt. Hamp Spears of Starke and Trooper R. Nicholas Katzenbaoh filed suit Dec. 2 I
C. Brannan of McClenny were in the front, Cox covering said the two suits were against alleged racial discrimination -
old' Negro for speeding on Interstate 10 about 7:30 a.m. Son.. filed under different sections in Louisiana
day. Jenkins with his gun, Beach said. of the 19G4 law. Both Bossier Parish (county) I

John Sullivan of Panama City, who found the trooper's "Sgt. Spears asked him why he shot Scott," Beach said. segregation.One seek the .end of school school system. The actionwas

body beside the highway, called the Lake City Patrol Station '"He said he wasn't speeding and he wasn't going to (oil." trict filed court In in federal dis-

on the radio in Scott's car. Spears told him, "well, your're going to [loll now." complaint. asked Shreveport.

Roadblocks were quickly thrown up by the patrol and "No, I'm not/' he said, and he reared back and kicked

sheriff's deputies from Columbia, Baker, Duval, and Union (Col. Cox in the head with both of his feet. Mother of Suicide

Counties. With a bullet wound in his head. Jenkins died in a Mac

Jenkins' car went through one of the roadblock, but the I I Clenny hospital at 10 p.m. Cox was treated for minor injuries.
.. Victim Kills SelfA

3 Rob Beach mother cut her throat ben pistol Dee 0 to kill
and bled] to death Wedherself aflei she and her
nesday In the bathroom mother* argued over the
Motel of $300A where her 15-year-old girl's bedtime. Berry said.
daughter shot herself to Mrs. Anderson had
night porter and a night J r tep. death a month ago. threatened to kill herself
clerk at the Dunes Motel, Tuesday night Members
17001 Collins Ave., Miami Mrs. Annie Mae Anderof her family tried to dis-
Beach son, 40, H251 NW 24th PI uade her.
were surprised early
died after slashing het'throat .
Monday morning by three seven times with a At 7 am. she stagger-
Negroes who robbed them of razor blade, reported Lt.ed from her room hold-
about $300. M Bruce Berry, chief of the lngJ a towel to her throat
Deputy Sheriff Frank. sheriffs homicide bureau She fell across_ a bed.
I Beirne said the three bandits arose and went to the
rushed, in 'on Porter Flooker Her daughter,.. Dianne, huthrqom. where. she bled ?I'Sapp
: Adams and knocked him 'unconscious ; 15; used u .38. call-l to, deathBrownsville '
with a pistol. They 'I
then went to Night Clerk
to Ask
James Ritter's office and
knocked him to the floor.
The trio tried to get into
Probeon
Grand
the guest safety deposit boxes Jury
Beirne said, but succeeded t
only in robbing the cash box. .
Ritter said he told them he did !;:'J''!( ... ..': ''JJi IttD'Jt'V I Bar Location

not have the keys to the de- The 1964 Buds of Spring, the I Initial I group of 9th graders sponsored by the Sigma

posit boxes. Gamma Rho Sorority, added further laurels to their accomplishments.Their An application to build builders- argue that It was
a bar and package store not a legally established
effort in soliciting and encouraging prospective voters to register brought praise near an old building occupied church,
5-Year-Old citations from Pres. Lyndon B. Johnson and Congressman Claude Ptpper. by the Church of

Reading from left to right on top row are: Zandria Moore, Maxine Brooks, Ozie" Lewis( The Living God in Monday After looking Circuit at the Judge law

Judy Seymour, president; Barbara Williams, secretary; Linda Williams, and Norma Hughes. services Brownsville, was for given religious a Kehoe agreed with t ''h e
Killed by Auto Bottom row from left' to right are: Helen Richardson, Barbara Robinson, Alva Brown, Beverly hearing by Metro on barmen and ordered the

Holland, and Willet Smith. Not shown: Paula Archer, Deborah Symonette, Arthurine Symonette, Tuesday.Not Metro ing Board Building to allow and Zon-the

Dade's second auto fatality .Jan Glover, Barbara Day, Betty Williams, aid many others. bars In wanting their community any more, construction to proceed
for the new year Brownsville citizens

Starks was five-year-old who was killed Derek instantly Negro Slain After Interracial Drinking Party move have many tried by contending to stop the thatIt the Neal leader Brownsville Adams and president, community Improve-: -

Saturday Uy a would be closer to the Association said
passing car when he dart- A 26-year-old white man, told police, Feinberg dragged church than the law al- Tuesday ment the fight is not
ed Into the streets from harged: with killing a 20-year- NelUecliff from the car and lows.
between two parked old Negro New Year's Day, 13-Year-Old over
left him in the street after
autos. Surrendered to homicide detectIves Although the sign on "We're going to ask
him without
t Monday accompanied by shooting an apparent te front of the buildingcalls for a grand Jury investi-
I The boy who lived his attorney. motive.i The girl it the "Church of The gation," he said. "And:: we
at 1305 NW 4th Ave. died Milton Roosevelt Nellie- who was in the back of Feinberg's Drowns in Living God" the bar are going to see If we can
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In the accident near his! car when the shooting
get the FBI to look Intoit
home. cliff; was slain and Daniel i t occurred name is being withheld iISI&..,......-.......... too"
I'elnberg: of 4330 S.W, 8th St., .
Miami Homicide vas charged with first-degree
Sgt.
RockpitA
Police said that Feinberg A Injunctionwas
temporary
Charles Sheppard said the murder.
drove the girl home inllialeah, issued against the
driver, Lewis Washington A bullet hole through his and gave her $3, telling her to .. Metro stoj order by Ke-
North .
13-year-old Dade .
Wright, 56, of 3651% NW hin: Nelliecliff was found in her mouth shut" hoe after the bar applicants -
"keep boy was a drowning victim on
13th St., "didn't have a he street N.W. Eighth Ave. "" proved that no per-
Po'ice reported that
chance" to stop and no and! 76th. St. early Friday morning Sunday. mit had ever been Issuedto
N lliecUlf, Feinberg andf'einberg's .
charges would be f lIe d
n : the church to operate
blond girl-friend Marvin Summersett 13, of ;
against him.Sixteenyearold.
Nelliecliff, a convicted at: a church. It is at 3167
were seen drinking together in 2167 N.W. 70th Terr,, jumped .
elon, known police I NW Hth St in an area
was
as a
Sheila f several bars New Year's Eve. in a rockpit at N.W. -115th) St :.
in
i zoned! residential and a
nformant. Detectives had
Dianne Pederson, whose witness .
One told
reportedly and 20th Ave. and did not
erected In 1918as
Tamlaml .ompiled:: a list of people who building
car ran off
told him
that
police Feinberg come up, Metro police said residence
a Ingle family -
Trail at 110th St. dies against him in their
w a sDade's ; Nelliecliff had threatened him Detective Rollie t Biggs re- .
first traffic fatal-earch for the killer.A .
with a knife. ported.
ity. 16-year-old Negro._ girl Metro's: cooperative ZonIng -
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1 lilleaJti Uii inr ron X1117y -. .lE.C7 m e ., granting the church group: .last its eight blessing month zoning by asa

''''''''''''' ". .... i.J.<_ ,,,,,,,,,,: : vai lances. but the application a
l Four Negroes were killed instantly and one was seriously but attendants at a Clewiston hospital said he had a fair t' for the liquor

injured early Monday on their way home to Sebring from the chance of recovery. -Madeline Carol Squire store there.\vathe.. first to get ;."

pro payoff bowl football game in Miami, when their car crashed Melvin Jones, 39,the driver of the trailer, of Hohira, Ga., laughter j[ of Mr and Mrs. t''
into a tractor trailer was only slightly injured. ]Robert Squire of 2908 NW The property is in commeiclal i
The said that the north when White 51st St. has been listed In zoning; which
The dead were identified as Edwin Samuel White, 43, trooper car was going 1 Who's Who Among Stu- automatically: allow\ bars
the driver; Leroy Clarence Wallace, 38; Sylvester Lewis Sr., apparently fell ash ep. It started off the road then cut sharply dents In American Uni- and package stores, pro-
30; and Rudy Theodore Walker, about 30. apparently fell asleep. It started off the road then cut sharply :versities and Colleges. \'Ictrt!l they are at least N
:J.00) feet from
Trooper Ernest Hilliard said he investigated the wreck back directly in front of the southbound trailer. Madelyn is a junior church The Church any of the

seven miles north of Moore Haven at 4:10 a.m. The car was a total loss and damage to the trailer was I majoring in elementary Living God I is 1.500 feelaway.

Lee Amos Smith, 24, of Sebring, was critically Jnjored, estimated $5,000. .education \ .





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:CIVIL! RIGHTS 'HIGHLIGHTS OF 1964!: Mass.Politico Attorney to Watch Generalis



Hot since 1964 whin ifjt' 'Unlfed States Supreme Court Economic Act of (legislation *
handed down Opportunity is a companion piece Edward W. Brooke, recently re-elected attorney general of
Its historic
decision banning racial stgregotionin I to the Civil Rights Act. Massachusetts is hoping that the time will soon come when
public education. has thfrtfafus of NearoAmericans' teenso the nation WAI Id think of him as Republican attorney
In The significantly'expanded Negro vote and its role generalof
significantly advanced
jefi 1964. The1 legislative and that state, and not as the Negro attorney general.
political advances of' last year,1tike the in the Presidential election indicated a recognition on the
court ruling 'deFadeago Although he knows this will take some time, Brooke is
did not just,happen.out of'tit.., blue. They were, 'in/fact! part of civil rights organizations that political action can be encouraged by indications that the voters and the press in
the of often an effective in the Fight for Freedom. On call of the
years painstaking, heart-rending, e'or1's.con the weapon Massachusetts, at least, no longer are concerned with his
part of the civil rightsmovement'particularly; of tbe'National NAACP, six civil rights organizations met, in New York Cityon racial ancestry.

Association for the Advancement of Colored,People. July 29. Four of them agreed to call for a voluntary moratorium Brooke won a second term as attorney general by 797-510

The gains of 1964 were not limited jo legislation and, on mass demonstrations and rejected rioting as an votes, while Lyndon B. Johnson rolled up a 1,236,695-vote
political action. In cases filed by the NAACP, the Federal instrument for racial advancement. They further agreed on margin the state.

courts and the National Labor Relations Board handed down the imperative need to register more Negro voters and to get His success is attributed to his political skill and personality

important rulings reaffirming the Negro's right to equality them to the polls on election day. As a result, some 6,000- and not to his race. His opponent in the Nov. 3 election

in education and employment. The awarding of the Nobel 000 Negroes (a conservative estimate) were qualified to voteon was State Sen. James W. Hennigan, a Bostonian of Irish

Peace Prize to Dr. Martin Luther King focused world-wide Nov. 3. An astonishing proportion in some districts as descent-and the Irish wield a dominant Influence in Massa.

attention on and enhanced the prestige of the Negro's nonviolent high as 90 per cent of registered Negro voters cast ballots. chusetts.

struggle for freedom. The launching of a nationwide While Brooke, 45, has worked with considerable successto

campaign of economic pressure on Mississippi i i i I sought to Other important developments In the civil rights field! run the attorney general's office as efficiently as a private
bring that state in line with national policy. included ratification of anti-poll tax amendment; rulings by law firm, the most lasting impression on the voters has been

There were setbacks also, the most shocking and the National Labor Relations Board banning racial discrimi- the dozens of indictments returned against Democrats and Republicans .

.ghastly I of which were the. lynching of three young civil nation by unions certified by the NLRB; return of the NAACPto by grand juries to which .he presented evidence.

rights workers in Mi i s si i ssippi i and the wanton killing of atlegro Alabama from which it had been barred by a state court Brooke refused' to endorse Barry Goldwater, but he did

U.S.: Army Reserve officer on a Georgia highway. The injunction since 1956; reopening of' the public sChools in not think that Goldwater's candidacy left him no room any

adoption of a constitutional provision forbidding any lair Prince Edward; County, Va., on a non-segregated basis after longer in the party.
housing legislation henceforth' in California by a ,referendumof five schoolless years for Negro children; the awardingof "The Republican Party has not always been what the

that state's voters on November 3, if sustained in the the Nobel Peace Prize to Dr. Martin Luther Kingthe election 1964 convention said it was. Historically, it has been the

courts, can seriously impede progress towards of' J. Raymond Jones as the first Negro leader of the party of freedom, equality and emancipation-the party of Lincoln
open occupancy -
patterns in housing.With New York County (Manhattan) Democratic organization; the and Teddy Roosevelt. It took a new road in 1964 whichI

passage of' the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the ruling of the Democratic National Convention against racial travel I could"not Brooke travel said., but I'm trying to put it back on" a road I cam

legislative branch of the government finally joined the judicial discrimination In the selection of state delegations to future ,
Many observers believe that Brooke's
and branches conventions and the without incident of overwhelming vic
executive in recognition of Federal res- ; desegregation, pub.
his
tory, charming personality and ability and his
ponsibility for maintaining and protecting the constitutional lic schools in three Mississippi communities and in other membership
in a race which pleases moderate and liberal .
Republicans-
rights of Negro Americans. Those who d.crledcourt deci cities of the South. give him national stature.

sions sustaining the Negro's civil rights as "usurpation of Some think it is possible that became the first
On the debit side was the lynching of three young Negro
the legislative function" who denounced executive actionin young civil rights workers in Mississippi and the 'failure of governor in the notion's.history, others, as the first Negro
this field as "political! opportunism" sought vainly to senator since Reconstruction days .
the state to take action against the alleged killers after the ,..
avert Congressional sanction of full citizenship status for --
FBI had arrested them in connection with the crime; the ii P
NEXT TIME Y TAKEA'TRIP-
Negro Americans. ; THE, ll :
assassination I i of Lt. Colonel Lemuel Penn on a Georgia ,:,-vP' 'Sf/f.,,.- 'V ''",",i 'fi*? SW1.;,':
The civil rights program submitted to the Congressby l"% <: lorBuslness; or Vacation c : ,
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highway and the acquittal of the accused slayers by a Georgia otI'> ,- tMH; -
President the House ,
Kennedy, improved by Judiciary Com : ,' ", NORTH'SV"" Y
mittee with jury although one had confessed and implicated two others;
approved overwhelming bipartisan support in '
the House and Senate,, and signed into law by President i the riots in New York City, Rochester, Philadelphia, Patersonand (, :, TRA.V.EL' BUREAU.

Johnson was a milestone in the Negro's long struggle for elsewhere; and the exoneration of the .police slayer of a l.i L ,';'''\.'}"",,\J. r,.' .ft".' .,r ;> (t;&!., :*:<<$!?....",1\..,.

equality.. .... The law. does .not cover- all. the areas. of f the Negro'lustttied s 15-year-old Negro boy in New York City. '.3rd", ,AVENUE',V. ...,\.......;.:, "'. 'v-Mfi,W' ;;.&W ;i i:3fefei :;*.o779,...
complaints housing and racial imbalance in public ......u.. .:.;:. .: 2ftBkk9l&li9 ,

schools, for instance, are specifically exempt but it e.H s4e oNNe
does provide relief in such important areas as employment, Shell to Give j
voting, vocational training, and public accommodations. It i FOR THE FINEST APARTMENTS AT MODERATE RATES -CALL ,

expresses a consensus of American opinion that all citizensare 50 College

entitled to equal justice under .1 IgwJ mmmmi oe

In the words of the late President Kennedy, enact- ScholarshipsThe Kiiiiiibii *L\,
ment of the law removed the civil rights struggle from the r

streets into the courtrooms. The most sensitive aspect of' Shell Companies Foundation .q G f;
Incorporated, announ-
the Act, the public accommodations section, was unani- ced today a program to sup-
mously sustained by a U.S. Supreme Court ruling handed port 50 college scholarshipsfor RENTAL
down on Dec. 14. qualified Negro students
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Civil rights well the over the next five years. II
organizations as as Departmentof The four-year college '
Justice were pleasantly surprised by the widespread, although scholarships, called the Shell .
not universal, compliance with the controversial public Achievement Scholarships, r AGENCY INC.
accommodations section of the law. Within a week after will be for Negro students ,
planning careers in pro-col-
the President had signed the measure, a special blraclalcommittee lege teaching in the fields of
of NAACP Board members visited Mississippi and mathematics chemistry, THE LARGEST COLLECTION AND RENTAL

and was courteously, if not cordially, received as guests in physics, biology, and generalor

the leading hotels and restaurants in Jackson, Go If port, Biloxi elementary The Shell science.Foundation HON, L. L. BROOKS AGENCY IN THE SOUTH; OPERATING IN

and other Mississippi i i I cities. Since then groups of plans to budget $325,000 for PRESIDENT ,
NAACP-led Mississippi Negroes have enjoyed the hospitality the five year program. 5| DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES..

previously all-white hotels, motels and restaurants in Mc- Ten scholarships will be 4 4

Comb and Natchez. Elsewhere, In the major cities of the period awarded of five each years year beginning, for a j GEORGE P. HARTH, GENERAL MANAGER +

South the color bar in public accommodations was leveled in 1965. Each scholarship A "
without, fanfare' and with rare resistance. Enactment of the ranges from $250 to $lSOOa; \ .MANAGING' AND MAINTAINING I MORE tHAW :
law signaled the dawn of a new day in race relations in the year with the amount of each 41 : ,; ,;

nation's most tradition-bound region.In tional award grants based will on need.be made Addi-to "',''J! ,!Q.OOO' HOUSING ,UN I,TS, ,$.'. !lJ" .

the long course of' history, enactment of' the Eco- the institutions the students A
Bonded
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importance with passage of the civil rights measure as a will The be scholarship awards 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue .
made through the _
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legislative impetus to a change in the status of the Negro. National Achievement p'f Afulltime' rN' .public .1.lIon.{ deportment .
to assist
Meager as are the funds made available for launching the Scholarship Program, a newly 7'Pius a"'fleet of'cor, giving doer to door you In solving"your,problems.ti .

program, the law holds out a ray of hope and may provide National announced{ project of the ,,'"i,;,.: ,.,:, un;nights and Sundays f for service for tenants convenience r :
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blight the world's most affluent society. There are more Ill. MAIN OFFICE-

white persons trapped in the pockets of poverty than Negroes, this The project was launched 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue :i iVandalism
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but the
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The abolition po'vertyin our land Is now a feasible awarding of 200 four-year C.A. Lockhort, Public Relations Director stop unnecessoryeviI.'
objective. But the attack upon this economic scandal 1 must scholarships to qualified
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be fuli-scale to be effective. Piece-meal efforts are doomedto the next five year These -- -II CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO SERVE
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failure. Unless the present commitment to the war on poverty scholarships;: will be made in v
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The youth training corps and other aspects of the program if addition to these initial 200 h Pompano we 3801 Grand Ave. HI 51381NE '

adequately financed': properly oriented and efficiently administered scholarships. 14255 N.W. 22nd Ave 3.3235 424 ".*. 27th Ave. 5-3466 .

can contribute to a steady dimunition of' poverty >;|0pa-locka Mu ft.nxi7 2026 N.W,15th St. 696-3322 I

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Lawsuit, Affecting 1OOOOO' Negro Teachers, to lie Heard

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e I y9r NEW BERN, N.C. A lawsuit ken as far as note sary to
Ed of vital i interest to secure a full measure of justice -
Sullivan to HeadlineNAACP's 100,000 Negro teachers in the ," said John R, Salter,
South will be heard in U.S. Jr., field organizer for SCEF.
District Court here January 11. "It will be pushed. with the
Benefit ShowEd ?* It could mean security against greatest intensity
: firing for civil-rights activity.The Mrs. Johnson hvft asked
I suit was filed by Mrs. the court to ordtr her put-,
Sullivan has acceptedto Highlight of the affair, in Honored guests who have i Wills C. Johnson, 36yearoldEnglish back to work; enjoin j i the4
head up an array of the addition to the appearance of been invited to attend include teacher at Enfield, county school board and other
biggest names in the enter- President N.C. She was fired last June officials from simlUar firingsin
Mr. Sullivan, will be Count Johnson, Vice 4r
tainment field'when the Miami Basie and his big band playing President Humphrey Judge dh 3 d i after 'she and her husband be- the future, and grant her
branch of the NAACP pre- for the show. The Kid Thurgood Marshall, Rev. come active in successful efforts $250,000 damages.If .
sents their fund-raising bene- from Red Bank will offer a Martin Luther King, Sen. to register Negroes to she wins Negro teachersall
fit concert, it was announcedby medley of the .Robert Kennedy Gov. LeRoy 1 many arrange-
David Marks, producer of ments for which he is famous. Collins, Jackie Robinson and is supported in the protected against arbitrary
the show for the Miami branch. Joe Louis. ; court action by the Halifax firing for taking part in ch.ftrights -
The star-studded revue While the list of stars who The last previous concert Voters Movement and the Sou- activity. M4ft Southern
will be held the afternoon of will participate is'still Incom- presented by the Miami branch thern Conference EducationalFund states have no "(Mr dismis
Sunday, February 28th from plete, among those who will starred Harry Belafonte and : i 'i: (SCEF), New Orleans, sal" laws; in fact, ame states
3 to 6 p.m., in the Miami be asked to appear are Jackie Sammy Davis, Jr. and was a JWI It.:._ ,AJ a civil-rights group which has threw them out after the 1954
Beach Auditorium. The themeof Gleason, Sammy Davis, Jr., complete sell-out long before Daughter,Mae Wood, was helped spark'voter work in U.S. Supreme Cow decision
this year's presentationwill Damito Jo, George Kirby, curtain time. This year's elected Illustrious Com- Halifax County. in "the School Segregation
be "A Century of Pro- Tony Martin, Dick Gregory, spectacular is expected to manderess of Kazah Court "This lawsuit will be ta- cases.oooooooooooooo0000.
' gress" and commemorates the and many others. Naturally, produce the same results. No 117 Daughters of Isis. ._...... --
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accomplishments that have those artists who will be For the first time, advance Other officers elected were
taken place from the time of appearing in the Greater tickets may be reserved by Louise B. Rolle 1st Lieut.
the Emancipation Proclamation Miami area at the time, will mail and early reservationsare Com., Sara Waldron, Orien-. BARON'S NEW HOMES
to the Civil Rights Act also be invited to join the advised. Check your newspaper tal Guide, Rose Bud Byrd,
of 1964. list of celebrities. ads for full details. Recordess, Ellen Taylor. J large bedrooms, ? bath, .I". room, g41'ageOpen
Treas. Noble Melvin Jack- 3 to 3

son, Illustrious Supervisor, 651 N.W. 47th Street 1835 NW 4Ut St.
Illustrious
Bans U.S. Fund-Raising for Asa Spaulding Ethel Deputy Johnson of the, Oasis who 1921 N. W. 50th Street

held the election, all other Corner 150 x 100 17th A".p, and 5Ut Terr.Lot .

Groups Which DiscriminateWASHINGTON Given First officers our next will regular be appointedin meet- Good for Church or BusineM

Ing January 12. We are We build, ,buy land, homes or m0l1atuA'f"A
(NPI-John) W. Macy, Jr., chairman of anticipating our work and LARGE LOTS FOR SALE
the U.S. Civil Service Commission, has placed restrictionson Annual AwardNEW cooperation together for l NEED MONEY? CALL JE 8-1340 gOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
In the faith.
the ,
year yours
fundraising groups which follow policies of racial discrimination Officers of Kazah Court YORK (NPI)- ---- .."J '
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The new ruling, which becomes effective next July 1, dent Asa T.North Spaulding Carolina, presi-Mu- I'I I

states that charitable solicitations among government employees tual Life Insurance Co.,
and members of the armed forces will be limited to voluntary of Durham, has won the
health and welfare which first annual Business
organizations practice
Achievement Award pre-. ROOSEVELT matches your
nondiscrimination.Macy sented by the Interracial
who is responsible for determining fund-raising Council for Business Op-, savings dollars withGREEN
arrangements (in government agencies, said! he expects all portunities here.
national agencies to adopt non-discriminatory practices if The year-old Council
was formed at the sug- N4
they have not already done so. gestion of the American *
He added, however,that great many agencies are purely Jewish Congress and the
local organizations, with national agencies being organized National furnish Urban free business Leagueto

to give varying degrees of autonomy to local affiliates.In consulting services to Negro -,
I view of this fact, authority for (m a kin.eligibility businessmen in the STAMPS
determinations under the new ruling has been left to designated New York area.
federal officials in local communities.Macy's Plans are now under-
action has the unanimous endorsement of the councils way to establish in other similar major America's oldest and most valuable

Federal I Fund-Raising Advisory Council, composed of the cities.
presidents-of the United Community Funds and Councils of Mr. Spaulding's award
was presented by Hurvey i
America, the American Red Cross and other agencies. C. Russell, a vice presi-
dent of the Pepsi Cola EARN FROM THE 1stIf
Co. and co-chairman of
:
St. Augustine is "Wornout the Council. Rodman C.
Rockefeller, vice presi- you save Now thru the 20th

City With Crippled EconomyLarry dent of Economy the InternationalBasic Corpora- W'Q'

tion, is also a cochairman. -
Goodwyn is a white Texan, a newspaper reporter, .
who went to St. Augustine, Florida, recently, to discover how 4 "%current DIVIDENDPaid
the recent racial violence affected the town. Hh report on

what he found is printed in the January issue of Harper's and Compounded Quarterly
Magazine.
According to Mr. Goodwyn, the first thing any "out- Bill .
sider" finds in this once-popular tourist city is that he Is not Trooper : ---V.

wanted. Police study his press credentials minutely and volunteer .__., fd,
their views on the quality of confenipordrireponing. When you open or add
"Why don't you-all print the truth instead of all these says.. to your account with You get:

lies that help the niggers," someone said to him. i 10 . . 1O stamp
But Mr. Goodwyn remained In St. Augustine and looked ; For Example: 2oo . . 289 stamp

around. *BOO . . BOO stamp
"St. Augustine, today, is an exhausted little town, .
with wornout people and a cripple economy," he reports. '::
"Moreover, it is perhaps the most bitterly divided communityon Your Account Insured up to $10,000 .: : :"I by an Agency of the U.S.Government
the North American continent. Massive hostility exists not "'H'

only between the races, but also within the white population. "
Miami's 100% Integrated Savings Institution,,,
According to Mr. Goodwyn, the city's institutions of
law and order have cracked under the strain, its leading citi- First to be Stale-Chnrtorod In the Entire South
I
zens are in despair, its terrorists have adopted new tactics,
and its Negro communiry-4,000 in a city of 15,000-1 both Jr
wounded and determined.

"Worst of all is the silent fear of ordinary men who
know their lives depend on avoiding the threatened night ambushes ROOSE&VELTSAVINGS
the Molotov cocktails, and the sniper attacks," he J Ii

says
ASSOCIATION
"St. Augustine's Negro leaders have lived with this

fear for over a year and, in the 'quiet days that followed the U...EdifM FiiMMlol Ctnttf MIS NW 7A Ave.MiamlFla.,1lf44541 1 1HOUIfc
nationally publicized demonstrations, the same fear stalked Drive with both hands firmly
those of the town's merchants whose offense was in comply- grasping the driving wheel.
with the Civil Rights Act." This prepares you for whatever
SAVE BY MAIL! SEND YOUR CHECK WITH THIS COUfONlOOUVItr
As for the future, Mr. Goodwyn says that, with the quick action is required. One MOl. -Tuts. -Wid.Tkurs. SAVIN6S ( LOAN ASSOCIATION
mere presence of the passionate local klansmen, scarcely handed drivers or "finger-tip" MIS N.W.7lfc A"....,MUml',,rUrW w.IC r
anyone will venture to predict the return of genuine peace.A drivers cannot adequately handle 9.30: am t.. 4:00: pm ,ntl mtn:Attached Is my check In the amount ol$_, _.Plus coin M tttAun
an emergency that requires In the nimt shown blow and tend me my pmbook.si.n.lurt card and anal tt''m'PI
Friday
tomcat and a tabby were court split-second swerving of the car 130, am tt 1.00 pm NAME
ing on the back fence when the tomcat out) of danger or holding the car OTHER NAME IF JOINT ACCOUNT_
leaned over to her and said: "I'd to the road. D 'n't relax at the Saturday ADDRESS ---
beautiful thing!" lOO am ta pool 'HOME NUMBER ----
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, January 9, 196!5
I
Bryant and the governor-elect to the Capitoland Phil Ossofer

concluded with an Inaugural Ball at 9 p.m. (Letter to Editor The greatest men who'ever

J. ttm : More than 5,000 Floridians were in Talla lived were born ahead 0|r
.-... Parents do not' have the their time. Could they have
.. -..--'-- --.---.---.-- -- -- -- hassee to witness the inauguration. right to bring children Into been the tools sent by the
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H. B. BI018MUND KKEVU8, Kditor and hbUalaer Governor Burns said this was a majestic and the world to care for Creator to force the lagging
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor to i themselves; you are supposed world of status quo to move
magnificent country and he was glad say their
to be guar- forward? Because the
M..b r of U. National Newspapers PJabllahert Aaaodattoa Florida is a prosperous state-a pleasant placein dians and are responsiblefor in general seems to stagnate world

SUBSCRIPTION RATES which to live to study to play and to their conduct. Children and resist change, these
ONB YEAR $$3.00 81X MONTM gXQO FOREIGN **.. worship.He who are properly great men who see ahead to
will not destroy
raised
lateral M Second CUM Matter, Angst t, IftT at the Port Offlc newer truths are persecuted
8& Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, ISTiMala praised Interama as' an excellent begin everything they get their The proof of their greatness
ning in the construction of this magnificent arch hands on no matter what becomes evident when in future .
Oftteo at 6740 N.W. 1Mb Arena*-Phon* OX 14OIDowmtowm the value or to whom it
Office: 1112 N.W. Sr4 Avenue Pbwie FR 1-.. and although Interama is directly important to 1 may belong and they will time the world catchesup
the economy of Dade County, it is also Important not make the section in 'and grasps the truths they
"CREDO OP THE NEGRO PRESS"me ,proclaimed, giving honor
dwell look to
NEGRO PRESS believes that America CM beet teal *. to all Florida. which they their
world like a place for hogs by memory. Unfortunately,
from racial and national antagonism when It aooorda t
, Tory men regardless or race creed or color hU h.... ant The governor said he shall call for the ap creating and scattering by that time they have been
leg*! right Hating no man, fearing no man-the Negro ProwMriToa I trash of every description crucified in one fashion or
educators to
to help every man In the firm belief that all MOB are pointment of distinguished studyour over the streets; and they another.
'
hart M long aa anyone la held back. trimester plan ,and to report on their ob will not degrade them- The best known exampleof
servations recommendations. selves by the boisteroususe man's resistance to truth
J of vile obscene lan- is seen in the crucifixion of
STATE OF UNIONOn Concluding, he said: I shall see no east, no guage within hearing distance Christ. See how the world,
west, no north, no south, but one great state of of respectable after taking His physical life
Tuesday evening we listened with pleasure Florida. people. in order to avoid His teachingsof

to President Lyndon Johnson deliver his Parents: Do :you. care truth,finally accepted these
The governor's address took 20 minutes. teachings and eventually
whether or not your WON
State the
of Union Address to the Congress'and
children develop into men shipped Him as the one closest
the nation at large.
Attorney General Earl Faircloth, who has and women of integrityIn to God.

The President dealt with education, urginga the honor of being the first South Floridian to and other Mrs.words Somebody, to be? Mr. coveries Later, of the Galileo scientific, Michael dis

better education for every child in our nation; become a .state cabinet officer, has appointed Servetus and Giordano Bruno
a cut in excise taxes, better transportation fa- Richard Zapt, a former assistant county solici- The writer offers an i I brought them persecution at

cilities between urban centers; new markets for tor at Miami, assistant attorney general and di- expression little of children pity for wino the the hands of the religious i

American business; new programs for developIng rector of ]law enforcement. are poor growing up withoutthe leaders of their day. (Serve
tus and Bruno
metropolitan areas and important changesin knowledge of the God were burned at
James McCall, private investigator, has been who them.A the stake.) Today these men
our housing.programs.. appointed as chief investigator under Assistant created are honored for their accom

Most Americans life County Solicitor Zaph.oooooooooooooooooooooooooooo. well raised child Is plishments.In .
enjoy a good but far
not likely to spend Its America in the 20th century
too many are still strapped in poverty, illness life In prison; die in the we have had, as exam
and fear; let a just nation throw open to them electric chair or be kill ples, General Billy Mitchell,
the city of promise: ed while in the act of court-marshalled because of
This Wuk I in Negro HistoryDOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO committing a crime. Every his stand for an air force
child Is entitled full
To to a
the elderly by providing hospital care when most military leaders
under Social Security and by raising paymentsto life of peace and happi looked askance at air power...

those struggling to maintain the dignity of BY NPI ness. .the air power which later
their later years. Abraham Lincoln said, overpowered Hitler; Wendell
"It would be better thatI Wilkie, whose "one world"
To the Negro Americans ,by the enforcementof were never born, than humanitarians now recognizeas
the Civil Rights Law and elimination of barriers 'Jan. 3, 1834 Alonzo J. Ransier, Congressman i to have come Into the a goal to be achieved, and
to the right to vote. from South Carolina, was born. world and left it, withouthaving Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.,';
ihelped to make It
whose undaunted stand for the
The President plans overhauling of the.Jan. 3, 1793 Lucretia Mott, famous abolitionist Better" equality of all men ''brought

Executive Branch of the government.He was born. She died in 1880. R. H. Bennett him much abuse. These, too,
were persecuted for their
said for government to serve these goals Jan. 4, 1935 Floyd Patterson, heavyweight bOEIng stand on truth. "Truth spoken
it must be modern in structure, efficient in ac- champion, was born. He is the firs* State Elks to before its time may not only

tion and ready for any emergency. heavyweight again. to regain the title, which he lost Meet in Panama be(Andrew hurtful Jukes.but even) Prom unlawful.the"

,r In his conclusion President Johnson said: Non-Parin L o d g e of I powerful Roman Empire in 33
Jan. 4, 1789 Benjamin Lundy, abolitionist and I Elks No. 1092 and GeorgeWashington A.D. to the sovereign state
"A President does not shape a new and per colonizationist, was born. Carver I from of Mississippi in 1965 A.D.;
sonal vision of America. 754, IBPOEWof Jesus Christ to Martin
Jan. 5 1943 Dr. George Washington Carver, Panama City will be Luther King this surely has
"He collects it from the (Ihost to the Florida State J been the situation.
scattered hopes of famous scientist, died at Tuskegee Institute Elks
Association
the American past. : Ala. January 5, has been established as 14. April 10- hotels and hotels are open
to all members and dele-
"It existed when the first settlers saw the I Carver Day by act of Congress. The agricultural District Deputy Jack ates. He Is urging all

coast of a new world, and when the first pioneers chemist and educator was born in 1864. Hunt, has thrown out the elevates. to make reservations -

moved westward. Jan. 7, 1789 First national election in the welcome mat to all lodges,' housing In committee advance to the by
Temples State and District
"It has guided us every step of the way. United States was held. officers. Hunt said!i contacting the Housing
that the success of the Committee, 108 Varsity
Jan. 8 1492 Petro Alonzo navigator with i 1 Drive, Panama City.
"It sustains every president. But it is also Convention will depend j
your inheritance and it belongs equally to the Columbus when America was discovered upon the support of lodges 1 An attractive souvenir
people we serve. sailed from Italy. and temples throughoutthe program along with a gala
state. A downtownhotel parade is for the
It must be interpreted anew by each Jan. 8, 1831 The Liberator, a n abolitionist has been granted to| 50th confab.planned i
genera- the state
and
tion for its own needs; as I have tried, in part, newspaper, began publication in Boston. state officials president during tlheirvisit '

to do today. Jan. 8, 1815 Gen. Andrew Jackson defeated[ to Panama City,

'It shall lead us as we enter this third cen- British at New Orleans. There were that Hunt housing said. Hunt accommoda-added

tury in the search for 'a more perfect union.' j more than 500 free Negroes serving as soldiersin i tions will not be difficult
the Battle of New Orleans. because private rooms.

"This, then, is the state of the union: Free, -
restless J.n. 9, 1861 The Civil War began.
growth and full of hope.

"So it was in the beginning! Jan. 9,born 1926 Entertainer Sammy Davis, jr., was AUTO INSURANCE I

Check our MW, lower rates and financing
"So it shall easy
always be while God is willing
and we are strong enough to keep the faith." IMMEDIATE SRi22 FILING
Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift
If the applause the President received Nhid
during aMistiNg .
D. Goodman and Son Inc.
his address is an indication of its being well re- ,

ceived then it was. In our opinion it was a cool, Jon. 20 "Insurance, Real Estate, Mortf ace"
ButineM member All Democratic Club
People
collective and informative state of the union
message to the nation. 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380
New officers to head the Other officers whose

The President's first year in the White House United Fund for 1965 will be terms are ending are: John R.

has been a successful one. We look forward Luncheon elected at the 8th Annual Ring, chairman of the Board> ; ---

for continued success and progress in spite of January Meeting,'20 Wednesdaynoon in the Sidney Brumby,D.Wilbur Ansln, James R. t r t tt
L. Morrisonand
unsolved problems in Viet Nam and some other Everglades Room of the New William Singer, vice The Rinkeydinks Inc.
nations.FLORIDA'S. Everglades Hotel. ,
presidents Mrs.
William
; 0.
Lyman S. Ford, Executive
Director of the United Community Mehrtens, secretary; and, t
Funds and Councilsof Charles treasurer. L. Clements, Jr., Goes Oriental t

NEW GOVERNORFlorida's America, Inc., will be the
guest speaker.Ford Singer, long active in
35th Governor Haydon Burns, for- heads the national United Fund, will serve as To TheirSCHOLARSHIP ,

mer Mayor of Jacksonville and his family ore organization I that serves United Fund's Campaign DANCE ,
now occupants of the State Capitol in Tallahassee. United Funds, Community Chairman The for 1965.
Chests and Health and Wel- Dade event will also honor Friday January 15 [1965 ,
fare councils in more than County news media. t ,

The new governor took over the reins of government 2,000 communities in the for Certificates public service of Appreciation will be AT BAYFRONT PARK AUDITORIUM ,
from Governor Farris Bryant on Tues- United States and Canada. sented to representatives pre-of
1964 President, General Donation $2.50 (reservation included) ,
day, Jan. 5. He is 51 years old and was mayorof newspapers, television, radio
E.A. Evans, will make his
Jacksonville for the past 15 years. final report on the highlightsof stations. and out door advertiser For Advance Tickets Call ,

Inaugural ceremonies began at 10:15 a.m. last year's campaign. More* than 500 volunteer Kinktydlnk Graves (westside) FR 4-0122
United Fund raised
when a military escort arrived at the Gover- 100.2 per cent of$3,261,125or the 1964 are expected to attend the lUakeydlnk Llndley (eoatalde) PL 1-1475

nor's Manionto aqconjpany. poye.rqpr 0F arris W.256.000. .dutch-treat, ". luncheon., ._ PR 9-0155: Jt
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THE: MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, January 9, 1965 5

M CLAUDE HILLIARD, Jacksonville High"
School principal, was a New Year's visitor in DAY BY DAY IN 1965For
Miami. Claude has a son at UM.

Mrs. ALESE GILL and son, Gregory, holidayed every day that I shall live
r in Jamaica as the guests of Mrs. Leila Scott. In nineteen sixty-five,
Mrs. Gill is principal at Lillie C. Evans school. May I rejoice when I can give ; I

Be glad that I'm alive. ,-, ',.
'
JAMES JOHNSON !
of Mrs. Lenora
son
The BARRYS, Wilfred and Richard i t h
Johnson and the late Daniel Johnson, was their wives, motored from Virginia to spend the Accept as others must from one, k ,
home for the holidays. Dr. Johnson is stationedat holidays with Miami and Palm Beach relatives The weaknesses of men; .- '. .

Fort McGuire Air Force Base in New Jersey. Both men are teachers. Richard is headed for And when I fail, have faith to see ",:. .,

Mrs RUSSELL GOODS and Ion, Russell Jr. the ministry in the not distant future. That I must try again.

of Chattanooga, Tenn., were visitors in our city "SMILING" EDDIE LEE PITTMAN and May I not rush one second by,

during the holiday season. The Goodes also vis- Emily Pittman were very happy to have' Nor waste one precious hour,
ited Nassau where they were houseguests of mother and mother-in-law Mrs. Sophie Pitt- And when each day is done, may I
Mrs. Mamie Worrell. Be thankful to the
man of Orlando visiting during the holidays. pow'r.

Rev. and Mrs. S. A. COUSIN of Greater She also attended St. Agnes Episcopal Church That sends my blessings, guides my way,
Bethel AME Church, were visited by their sons and the Rector's Guild Christmas party with And gives me strength and cheer

Sylvester and the Rev. and Mrs. Cousin Jr. and Mrs. Pittman and mother, Mrs. Della .B. To make the most of .every day
four children of Kittrell, N. C. Rev. Cousin Jr. Carey. Before leaving she expressed herselfas Throughout the whole new year.
is the president of Kittrell College. having an enjoyable time visiting relatives.
and friends and meeting new ones. I Maurine C. Dupuy
DOTTIE SAUNDERS, a teacher in Louisville
Ky., visited her aunt, Mrs. Percy Styles LORETTA and CAROL ROLLE have just '
(Eartha), 1100 NW 41st St. during the holi- returned from Nassau where they spent the Drifters ComingTo EngagementMr.
days. Dottie was quite impressed with Miami.CONGRATULATIONS Christmas and New Year holidays. Albert
Island Club and Mrs.
,to Hazel Troy, principal GOVERNOR HAYDON BURNS' InauguralBall Hamilton of 1931 NW 68th
Under the St. proudly announoe the
at Miami Beach Convention Hall will spotlight of
at Phyllis Wheatley Elementary School. be Clyde Klllens' new Island engagement of the 1 r
She has been promoted to a director of the an integrated affair. The $10 tab goes to the. Club, a most talented daughter, Doris, to John
South Central School District. Burns Scholarship Fund. handsome group of Alfred Balllou.
men, known as the
Mrs. CHARLIE JAMES LANGSTON, teach. CELEBRATING their birthdays this week will "Drifters," will appear A "Fifty" Nite
3 er and mortician of Buena Vista, Ga., visited he James Silas, Loretta Rolle, Zera Floyd Le- Jan. 16 and 17. This sen-

here with her sisters, Florence Washington and nora Barry, Rose Conklin, Otis Ross Jr., Herbert its sational first appearance group Is making in MI- MeetingA

Nurse Mattie Johnson. Penn Jr., Germaine Miller, Eloise Washington, ami and has no I connec- Fifty Night Meetingis
Dorothy Miller, Elizabeth Stevenson, Ellis Ad- tion with any local now bjing held at the
MABLE; HART of Aberdeen, Md., is thrilled ger, Jenice Rogers and James Wanza, Jr. groups. Triumph Church, 6825
< over her first visit to our Magic City. Mable is Helen Cooper Smith celebrated hers on the 1st They will be waiting NW 20th Ave. The pub-
{ the houseguest of the James Everetts. lic Is Invited to attend.
in "Denver. Colo. for you at the New Island Service begins at 8 p.m.

Mr. and Mrs. ELMER KENT entertained "JlILE IIOMF5 for the .._ drifting Club to send you Prince David Williams

J friends last Saturday evening in their beautiful (holidays representedBethune: Madelyn Squire- ; their most away popular singing hits: pastor.

Liberty City home. Cookman College at a In The Land of Make

KATYE; H. JONES of Daytona Beach and conference on Moral Re- Believe I Will Take You JOBS
Armament held at Florida
Home, Hfe's Just A Playboy -*
children, Bennie and Dimetra, came down fora City Baptist Camp. k4 Under The Board- Male and Female
few days to say hi and Happy New Year She met young people walk, If you Don't ComeBack Finest domestic and COllIe
wishes to Pauline H. Johnson and Olivette B. from England, Africa .d n Vaya Con Dlos mercial job la the Miamiarea.
Cuba and Denmark. The Rat Race. Saturday Nlfifht .
Ross. 'highlights for her little at The Movies, Let The ALSO -
brother and sister Bob .a Music Play, I've Got SandIn -
CONGRATULATONS and best wishes to Mr.
and Linda were making mv Shoes, I Feel Good Excellent domestic openInf -
and Mrs. Billy Seldon (Evelyn Davis). The Sel- pictures with Mayor All Over, One Way Love, now In Nerr York aDd
dons were married Dec. 26. Evelyn is a teacherat Chuck Hall and enjoyingthe Spanish Place, Up on The Connecticut
Phyllis Wheatley and Billy works at Mount out door life. ; Roof, Didn't It and On Transportation advanced

Sinai Hospital.The Mr. and Mrs. MARION Broadway.All Burlan Associate.EMPLOTKENT .
HARRIS and son Zivanof of these recordings AQXNCT
JUSTICE RICHARDSONS were delighted Baton Rouge, La., spent Announcement was on the Atlantic Label, 602 NW 54th Street
to have his mother and dad spend the the Christmas holidays appointment made this week of of Barbara the were originated by these Phone 757.7674

holidays with them. The senior Richardsons live with Clarice her Carnegay.mother, Mrs. Miner as executive secre- fabulous Drifters.
in Deland. tary of the Dade County
Chapter, Leukemia Socie-
ALICE HAWKINS divided: her holiday vaca- ty, Inc.

tion between Lake City and North Carolina. Ladies of IARE Ernest G. Whitman,
president of the Dad e '
CelebrateThe
ANNA GRACE SWEETING had as her County Chapter, In mak- '

houseguest during the holidays, :Mr. Ozzie Kingof 'Ladies Auxiliary of hailed the announcement, ISLAND CLUB
Nassau. the International Associ- Mrs. Miner as one
of the area's most devoted -
Bishop and Mrs. W. F. BALL were happy to ployees ation of celebrated Railway their Em- civic( workers.In N. ,

have their daughter, Frankie Mae Herald desert annual Christmas Party 1963 Mrs. Miner was s
the ice and snow of Cleveland, Ohio for with friends on Saturday presented the coveted Silver 4
our sunny Miami clime during the holidays. night, Jan. 2 at the homeof Torch Award, aq annual -
Mrs. Lorenzo Mangin. award given to the I< SAT. AND SUN., JAN. 9-10
LINNIE FANNIN was hostess to her sister Mrs. Mangin and her love- citizen with the most out-
Links on Dec. 26. Linnie played Santa and ly daughter, Loraine were standing record for community -
pre- most charming and gra- service. Last JERRY
year ;
sented each member with a lovely gift. cious hostesses. Everyone she was the runnerup for (
expressed pleasure and the most Outstanding
GET WELL WISHES to Jack Butcholtz, con. enjoyment. Young Woman Award. BUTLER 4 f
fined to Jackson Hospital.
Mrs. Miner has had ex- j ('Trot It a Me
NASSAU LURED many Miamians duringthe Poinsettia Bridge tensive experience In va- ) y10PIEOE'BAND
holidays Sybil Ramos and Susie Davisare Club MeetsThe rious fund-raising Immediate drives. ,ANDj HISS
She is the past

spending two weeks in Nassau ; teenager director of Public Welfare 1- j I I
Walter Sands and cousin Stephanie Fredrick Polnslettas Bridge for the Miami Junior Plus I
visited with relatives; William (Bill) Pinder Club held its second Women's Club and vie e
Constance Sandilands and James Lucas Jr. meeting for the new year chairman of the Dade ( Patti LaBelleof :
of 1964-65 at the beauti- County Executive Com- I
were among those who welcomed in the New ful home o f Poinsietta mittee.. the Blue Belles ,
Year there. Alice Hawkins on Satur- "
day evening: Dec. 8, 1964. A pioneer resident of j Teen age Matinee, Sun., Jan. 10, 3-6'' p.m.
Mrs. SUSIE HALL of Tallahassee came This meeting was In con- Dade, Mrs. Miner attend-\

down to see son Leroy Jr. and spent time with junction wth our annual ed local University schools In and Atlanta. Em-- k Coming! Fri and Sat, Jan. 16-17 1

son, Larry Jr. and Queen Esther Hall. Ohristmas party. ory. She Is the wife of J i n First time in Miami Yf
Under Its new leader Floyd) Miner and mother |
Mrs. LOWRY WRIGHT and son, Victor, of Poinsietta Ruth Polite of three children. They
Atlanta were houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. E. ,presided with all formalities reside at 1715 GranadaBoulevard
K. Lockhart.The of business for the In Coral Gables. J
calendar year 1065.
CHARLES DREW FACULTY is still ,was to the sm1l1ng'hostess'} s so

talking about its Christmas party given at the very The hostess delicious served supper a (The next at the meeting home will of the beheld i Y.

home of Al and Carmen Jackson. during the business hour President Ruth Polite,
then an hour of bridge
GET WELL WISHES to Mrs. Mena. Jackson, followed. MOMMY! !
mother of Ruth Jackson Blacknell.
Lola, friend told
W'nners of the evening my me f
were Poinsietta Bowe all about that nsw
OSCAR LEE HODGE of New York City was
and Bryant. Our defight- "Lynnjeff Kindergarten"and
home for Christmas with his parents, Mr. and I
ful hostess then presented I wanna go there too
I IL
Mrs. James Hodge of Opa-locka. each Poinsietta with a -It's so nice there-Call j..
little Christmas token them please!! They'll ____
THE JOLLY TEN SOCIAL CLUB celebratedwith from Avon. pick me up too!!

a New Year's Breakfast on the morn of Chit-ter-chat-ter was LYNNJEFF THE DRIFTERS' &
1965 at the home of Maude Cole. flourishing at this pointof KINDERGARTEN

the ,evening and grad- 6601 NW 24th Court Hit Record "Broad Walk'
Mr. and Mrs. BRAGG TURNER were hosts ,
Poinsiettas began I4DR.
ually "
to" Clara."Terg'usoh oY'BrooKIyn: tf.YT" i ng departing and saying And Day Care Center 'Te4n+i d'Mafinee Sari. 'rain.J17;"3.8''pin.:
PL
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;; Homestead.South Dade labor camp east of Bjr ALBERT. COOKE

Anthony Smith, .sotfofkMr.' ., TO TWO NEWLY WEDS
and Mta" Clarence Smith, was TO YOU THE BRIDE, I say **k not wheat
t '. playing 'with two cousins, your husband can do for you, ask what you can
aged three and five, when the '
tragedy occurred, Metro police 'do for your husband.To .

said.Anthony was watching fish you, the groom, I say, ask not what your

:' in the;canal,the other children*wife can do for you, ask what you can do for
told police, when he shouted, your wife.
"Oh, snake!" and jumpedback
on the canal bank. The You'll soon find that two cannot live as
loose dirt gave way and the I cheaply as one. But boy, oh, boy it's a little
I NY i ra'' 'fiiT child plunged into the water. more fun.Friends.
Lawrence H. Watkins, camp
: manager said, "There is a welcome to the club.
fence across the road that May this thing of yours endure the test of
if leads to the canal. The children time. It will if you do each day the litte things
have climbed around
it." must that you did yesterday which caused this "love

., He said the child's father, bud" to sprout.
a year-round South Dade farm
...._ ... .........,, ... .. .. worker,' has lived at the camp WHAT DID YOU DO? What was it you said?
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most or his Hre. Whatever it was it must have gone over big. For
LUCKY WINNER Metro"poliee took the body this reason, although it may seem silly some
from the water and turned it times; don't quit it. It's dynamic. It's priceless.If .
The Atlantic Manor Annual Tenant Raffle winner was Mrs. Lcwrence Cremmell'over
Apartments to tHe medical examiner'sof
could bottle it package it and sell it
you or ,
3190 N.W. 42nd Street. The 19-Inch TV and stand.
grand prize was a office.
.- you'd get rich in a hurry. Keep it up. Let's see


Dr. King- Hits Role of Church in Civil Rights Fight what Look happens.at what just happened and realize that

DR. KING HITS ROLE OF CHURCH IN CIVIL RIGHTS FIGHT ding.the conference to send telegrams' to Their congressmen this is my Father's world. He welcomes you to
urging them. to vote "yes" on the Fairness Resolution whichwas the club. He is love. He loves you and caused

LINCOLN, Nebraska -NPI-Dr.( ) Martin Luther King, introduced on Jan. 4, in the. U.S. House of Representatives. you to love each other. He would ,that love be

Jr., 1964 recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, had some ever yours. He would that you be happy.
said "I in favor of the
On the resolution, Dr. King : am
strong words here last week about the role of the church in Happy! I believe you are that now. You lookit.
challenge and will work for it. There Is a great deal of
civil rights struggle.He You are seemingly the personification of hap-
said, "Eleven o'clock on Sunday morning is the most work to be done, but I think it can be done successfully. piness. You two have transformed each other.
segregated hour in our nation. The most segregated schoolis He felt that passage of the "resolution can be an expression Together you have split the atoms of love and
of the federal government that it is dead serious to
You
the Sunday School. happiness. are contaminated with happi-
Dr. King made this remark at a brief press conference, make freedom a reality. This Is an opportunity* to let it show ness. You are radiant. Is it true love? Indeed it.
featured the that it is against man's inhumanity to man. is! It must be!
his at Eight
speaker
following participation as
"If man hasn't discovered something he will die for,
Quadrennial Conference of the Methodist Student Movement. he isn't fit to live. You asked, and it was given. Heaven has

Theme of the weeklong meet was "The Church in the "This is why non-violence is our most potent weapon. blessed you. You are glowing with the, sub-

World." Men aren't afraid to die for what they believe. The only way stance which surrounded the Christ' Child. This
"On national scale Dr. said "the church is Fa'ther's world COUSIN.
King is
a t._ nonviolent ends .Is_ through non-violent means." your _H_____ -
more alive than ever before. The 'civil rights movement has

I become a nagging conscience to the church. The church has IN JAMAICA

been.a: talllfght,not q headlight, but today, it is doing more." For comfortable accommodation HOW DO YOU
in "A Home
The noted civil rights figure added he believed that "the Away From Home"
church must standup as a guardian and should be real and Contact

authoritative. It must be a voice, not an echo in the civil Mrs. Leila B. Scott
PAY YOUR BILLS?
rights revolution." Telephone 61453
The conference has 18 discussion groups covering all 7 Retirement Jrescent
Cross Roads, Kingston :5
i problems of national scope yet, the overall tone of the Jamaica

conference has centered around the civil rights revolution. Experienced catering
Reasonable ratestopics' By going to each store and paying in cash? Or by going out, buying a
Special booths were set up for the 3,600 students often

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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, January, 1965


r Liberty City Residents I I I -:
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' III.. (11.xt.. 0".5 .$250,000
Win Fight for 1.. ...
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The battle against plans The purchase of the i Since 1949 when he paid fascinating and prosperous
to condemn their homes controversial site was i cash for his showplace show business career.' Reali-
to make way for a new proposed by Hall and ap- \ $65,000 home in Tampa, Leon ,ing| this, he decided three
elementary school was approved by the board in j t Claxton owner of RoyalAmerican's years ago to construct one of
won Wednesday by a 'November. A' '
delegation Harlem Revue, Tampa's most needed facili-
group of citizens. of about 40 Negroes, led I\ Of His recognized by area ties, a first class motel.
has been
by the Rev. P. W. Wil- >
The school board national Last week, Claxton's
of Manorat
put residents as a man
aside the repeated recommendations board Hams, protested Dec. 2.to the fame who also does things 4308 Wv Cypress, just off
of Supt Joe on i locally in a big way. interstate 4 at Lois Ave
Hall for the 6acre The chief spokesmanfor exit, was opened. It has 40
site for. West Holmes the group Wednesday units, cost $250,000 and is
Elementary between NW was' 'the Rev. Williams, another monument to a man
67th and '69th Streets and pastor of the St. Luke who has faith in Tampa, and
14th and 15th Avenue Baptist Church, w !h o f believes that Negroes now
very convincingly pre- \ 1 want and will
support a first
'l he board tabled the
sented the cause. i class
facility.
I and directed its
architect, Andrew J, He said the site contained -, Situated on three acres,
Ferendino, to join with 36 private homes :ice. aJ each room in Claxton's Manor
other members of Hall's and a church Mt. Mo- has a private bath, telephone,
, staff in a survey of the riah Baptist and con- television' piped music for
i I entire area. demnation would i be' "a 24 hours if desired, air-con-
I grave injustice." J dition and heating, wall-to-
; Jack Gordon proposed
wall
, the survey which will be After the board tabled i carpeting over terrazzo
; aimed at a broad plan for action on the matter floors, and for' the conven-
\ an educational complex nesday, he said Wed-j" ience of all I guest a swimming
; to serve the evergrowing hoped the homes .pool. The exposed brick
needs of the all-Ne- safe. interior in 16 of the rooms is
gro community. one of the most unique in the
I Gordon and Hall si 1 industry, and was an idea I
; Included in the area are most of the board development of the.
) Holmes Orchard Villa to "refuse"to LEON CLAXTONA owner.
,
, Drew, Poinciana Park comfIer the site, and i veteran of 30 years in All furnishings were pur-
tary Sdhools and Dor- the superintendent will show business daring which chased directly from factories
: sey Junior High School. advise his staff to start he has traveled moat of the which specialize in motel and
\ and Liberty City Elemen- immediately searching for continent, Claxton is now I in hotel I furniture. A walnut-

another. the twilight of a brilliant" a.w.paneled. IAt.restaurant's-..... In... ......1..1..kitchen I .. .

INTERSTATE FLIGHT steel.: Claxton says he will
serve "atmospheric foods."
I I. 0. In explaining, he told a Sen
S 12-964 No. 3871 WANTED : tinel-Bulletin reporter that the
food will be the type "a man
would want to take his familyout
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FBI No. 807,807ALIASES
By no strange coincidence,

: Bob Easter, John Foster, Caesar Furguson Cecil Furguson, George Furguson, Leonard 14 I 119 !... ..L- Claxton is out to competewith
Higgins, Jr., Taylor Jackson'Joseph George Johnson, Freddie Roger Moore, Ralph Taylor, Robert _"l I 132 W 001 I if any motel and hotel in
Photographs' taken 1963 Tampa. He said his motel is
open to all, and he actually
expects a large white clientele -
*:' % ,I believe our place is as
-' >: \ -. nice as any in Tampa, and
5' : (not supported by birth we hope to get our share of
: ) business from other groups,"
brown
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K:* :: : medium '
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a : TION ALl TY American '
: I Negroes traveling maintaina
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: side of forehead scar man said. "I have always be-
wrist, scar back of right lieved that the only way to
make things happen to make
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Sack"n terminals you is to make a start. Other-
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A Federal warrant was issued on August 5, 1964, at Detroit, Michigan, charging Hamilton with unlawful members of Pro-
18, U, S. Code, Section 1073)). for armed robbery (Title
gressive Chapter No 29A
IF YOU HAVE INFORMATION CONCERNING THIS PERSON,PLEASE CONTACT YOUR LOCAL FBI OFFICE. PHONE OES,. please be present to
NUMBER LISTED BELOW. A< business
OTHER OfFICES LISTED ON BACK. * Jan. 12 at the
Identification Order No 3871 ) Temple
December 9, 1964 5 au of Investigation Clarice Carnegay, W. M.
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,/'hh $ : }J /:{ 7 /..WhW /.', round round ? How of allow for
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': ,ff / clean blows landed, clever defensive work, aggressiveness Ernie Terrell to Fight
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':; ; Y and etc? If each of you had kepta
running score, the chances are 90 plus that
Eddie Machen for WBA TitleErnie
'; SpearingWith your score will coincide closely with your neigh-

,,',.:'N/: bor scoring along-side you. However just reach- Terrell of Chicago and Eddie Machen of Portland,
ing a conclusion by eye, we'll wager a differ-
for the World Association's
Ore
signed Monday Boxing -
version
Sports ence of opinion will exist on better than 50 of
title bout.
of a heavyweight
the matches fought.IT .
Promoted by fight promoter and manager, Irv Schoenwald

;, '" of Chicago, the fight will be held in Chicago's International
Jf.Yf? ,', By HARRY SPEAR ,"', on March 5.
/; 0 j Amphitheatre
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DIDN'T TAKE LONG for the twin double, '
THAT THE OLD YEAR of I for Terrell/ said Schoenwald. "Eacwlt'l get 30 per cent of
NOW sports will bea a new addition to Miami Beach Kennel Club .
memory, we look for a prosperous one for betting, to make a big bang at the Beach track' t he receipts. There is no return clause;
1965. There are a good looking bunch of young winter meeting.The ",The amphitheatre will hold 12,000. If it Is filled, the

boys, if they are handled right, will be heard late should reach $100,000. Right now, I expect agate of
from in the near future. Here are a few of the initial twin double payoff when the $60,000 to $]0,000.We are negotiating radio and television

names: Chip Johnson, Stormy Winters, Chico oceanside track opened Christmas night was leverage, but nothing is definite on it."
Valez, Felix Fernandez, Don Lutz, Eddie Finder $1,711.40. Seven lucky ticket holders each received Terrell was named Ho. 1 contender with former titlist

Gordon Lott, Otha Brown. this amount. Floyd Patterson second,followed by George Chuvala of Toronto '

The and Machen in the WBA most recent ratings.Cas.siu's ,
very next night the twin paid, $6,405.-'
:Most of these made a great showing in the
year of '64 and I look for' better results this 80 that much apiece for two even more Clay and Sonny Liston were not included in'the
lucky ticket holders. I 1st of the top ten..
We might have
coming a new champion
year.
The winner in the Terrell-Machen\ fight will apparently
among the names mentioned, at least we hopeso. The Beach track also came up with excellent I meet the winner of the fight between. Patterson and Chuvala
returns on wins and quinielas. In the first race
York.Do's .
t scheduled for Feb. 1 in New
opening night, the 3-8 quiniela paid $152.40,
SORRY TO START the new year with this followed in the second race by a 6-7 quiniela
announcement. Mickey Genaro, who in the late good for $135. In that second race, Yuma Girl And Don'tsLLihj
20's, was a good crowd pleaser and club fighter paid 32.40 to win.
is in the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. Mickey
suffered a heart attack. We all wish him a A $126.20 return on the 2-3 in the seventhrace 1i
speedy l'icovery.ALSO was the top quiniela price Saturday, the I..,." ,11tr--
second night. That same evening the 8-7 daily ,

HYMIE LEVINE, a former promoter double hit for $494.40. w If

and manager. He suffered a stroke which has The track has 11 races nightly, with twin
paralyzed his right side. He is in the Veterans double being the sixth, seventh, ninth and 10th.
Hospital at Coral Gables. I paid him a visit. He

says he would like to hear from his friends, .
also he feels much better but will be there for Appointed to Birmingham
some time. Therefore drop him a get well cardor
pay him a visit. The same goes for Mickey
Genaro.IT Planning CommissionBIRMINGHAM


WAS A TERRIBLE SHOCK to all who Ala. Ala.NPIWilbur( ) H. Hollins has be-
knew him when we heard of the death of
come the first Negro member of any official Birmingham city _
Frank Lauria, one of our young referees. He board.
45 of his soul rest in
May
was years age. peace.
Hollins, 55, has been selected to serve out an unex-

BRITISH :EMPIRE Middleweight Champion pired term on the powerful I 12-member city planning commission -

Gomeo Brennan, who 'now makes his home herein which determines the city's development programs. ti P'' r a
Miami, defends his title at the Albert Hallin The Negro real estate executive is known for his civic,

London against Wall Smith, Jan. 12 .Izzy church and political activities. He is executive vice president -
Kline who trained such great champs as the of a real estate firm and secretary of a finance company.
late Max Baer, Tony Zale, Barney Ross, Ezzard The appointment of Hollins, a graduate of Alabama I
Charles, Ken Overlin, Freddie Miller and num- State College, is the latest in a series of moves designedto
erous others accompanied Gomeo to England. give Negroes a larger role in community affairs.
Izzy is one of the leading trainers in the United Birmingham, once called the most rigidly segregatedcity

States. in the nation, has integrated public facilities and desegregated -
downtown lunch counters and public accommodations .
GORDON LOTT who has won 10 in a: row

here, most of them by the kayo route, has joined .r "''J>' 'I 'w(.;, ,('Jt; the Armed Forces and is now serving for Cricket ,.. I ).t" ?: ,I"";' '>.r"" 'I' J' '.
Uncle Sam. Famous The star athlete In is the mak- -L f "oo(. .: ,t"" I'I''',{
ing appearances
Player Visits area in connection with DO KEEP UP WITH THE NEWS.
DICK GAMBINO who fought out of Boston,
gave a good impression of himself in his first Conrad Hunte, interna-cricket the program.Moral During Re-Armament the past BUT NOT AT THE EXPENSE OF OTHERSJack's "
fight here. Dick has the makings of a good tionally from famous Bridgetown four years Mr. Hunt has, l f '
fighter. He is powerful and strong. player Bardados is spending a travelled all over the
world telling how this
short visit here in Miami.
"Sugar" CLIFF, local welterweight ha re- movement can help shapea MEN'S WEARSEE

turned home ,after his win over tough Alfredo better world JACK"FOB
Beezer at Aruba in 10 rounds Charley Ti- OLD MOTHER lie was vice-captain of "MR.
tone, who Willie Pep and other the world champion West
fought many HUBBARD Indies Cricket team that STYLES FOR ALL AGES
top featherweights and once "kayoed" Joey won the hearts of Australia !- The Very Latest in Men's Fashions
Kay of England, is now training Mamarelli. WENT TO THECUPBOARD in 10G1 when 500- SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
Titone fought for 14 years and came out with- 000 Aussies turned out to
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compounded like a doc- : -
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CHAPEL Greater Bethel Roman Catholics Youth Fires Two
SALTER'S
3 NT. CALVARY M. B. NEW MT. MORIAHThe

r Rev S. Atchison, pastor Spirit of the Lord Rev. H. J, Benson, pastor Host To MiamiC. Expand Local ChurchesDeno

C. Carter, reporter was high throughout the Flossie Marshall reporter of ChurchesRev. ProgramThe

1 day. Thank God for enabling Salter's Chapel Is saying Meo a 19 year

Remember now thy cre- us to see another hello to everyone anda S. A. Cousin pastorof Roman Catholic old young man of Los
ator In the days of thy year. Let us pray for the Happy New Year, in all Greater Bethel AME Diocese of Miami reportsnew Angeles California, who

youth while the evil days sick and shut-ins. Sis. your work and effojrts in Church has announcedthat construction during has been working as a

come not, nor the years A. K. Brown in Christian the work of the Lord and the annual meetingof 1964 amounting to more dishwasher turned out to

draw nigh, when thou Hospital, room 25, Sis. your dally walk in life the Miami Council of than $10,000,000. Included be a big thing. He was arrested

shalt say, I have no plea- Carson and Sis, Holmes. May 1965 bring you a Churches will be held at are eight new churches, last week after
sure In them. We were very happy to prosperous New Year in Greater Bethel Jan. 19. addition to six schools, a setting fire to two
see Sis. Pearl \Vnlte home. residence for working Miami popular downtown
Our services last Sun- health and happiness.A Rev. Cousin who is a
Youth
Let us not forget residence for the churches the White Tem-
board member urges all to girls, a
day were most Inspira- Day. Come out and see wonderful sermon
extend warm hospitality aged, two college dormitories ple Methodist and t ih e
tional, because they gaveus our youth work for was delivered on New .as host churchmen. Rev. and a fine arts First Christian Baptist
a thought for the new Christ. Year's Eve. The service
church Meo
center. soaked
Thedford Johnson and
year and we also had a' We feel proud to was presented by Rev.
very Walter also Hymnals religious books
visitation of the Holy and who preached a Cogdell are Now under constructionare
claim Rev. Mrs. Westas Benson members of the MCC and leaflets with lighter,
Spirit. our own. We have wonderful sermon, Songs Board.In remodelling and an fluid.
Second Sunday Is the loved Rev. and Mrs. West were sung and fervent addition of a new five

day for the youth to per since the moment they prayers ascended as we an effort to train story wing at Mercy Hos- Damage at White 'Temple -
form. They need encour- were Introduced to New watched the New Year young people in the art pital. Bishop Coleman F. fas $100,000 and at
Mt. Morlah. May God come in. Carroll is head of the Church
agement, and you can giveIt of teaching in the Sunday First Christian
to them by coming out keep and strengthen him The 1st Sunday brought School and participating diocese. $30,000. Meo (has been

on Sunday. Won't yougive and his family together many worshippers actively in other church charged with committing

them your support. and visitors to heara activities a special work- two second degree arson.
TEMPLE BAPTISTThe beautiful message for shop will be set up at Liberty Choir On a charge of vagrancy

MT. TABOR the Communion serviceby Greater Bethel in Feb- Judge Myer Brilliant sen-
Society
Missionary Courses will be tenced him 30 days sen-
most efficient ruary. Program SundayThe
our pas-
Rev. P. S. Brown, minister will sponsor its annual tor. Now, are looking taught by trained person- tence to Include some psy-
Dessle Crockett, reporterI New Year's dinner Satur- forward to we Guest Day on nel who hold certificatesand Liberty Oholr chiatric evoluation.
day at the church from
the third Sunday in- Jan- degrees in Religious Union's first program of TRANSFIGURATIONOn
was glad when they noon until Donation one
Education and related the will with
said unto me let us go dollar. uary. Won't you come out year convene Sunday at the
Lord. and be our guest and helpus subjects. Young peopleand the Corinth BaptistChurch Solemn Evensong service
the
in the house of The -Rev. G. A. JButleV
adults of all denomi- 1450 NW 59th St.
This was the spirit of Boynton, missionary of make this a great day nations the St. Michael's and All
are invited to Sunday at 3 Rev. W.
manifested in the house the Atlantic Coast Baptist for Salter's Chapel participate. T. Thomas p.m. The Angels choir will presenta
of the Lord on the first Association, will preachat pastor. pageant entitled. "The
5 Mrs. Nellie choirs of the Union Inviting
January are -
Sunday In January. The Temple Sunday at the Byers Mrs. Annie Lee Membership of GOO all the!;' friends to Visit of The Magi."

new year services were 11 o'clock service. He is Gunter and the Rev. SIs- are deeply appreciative to come out and witness this There will be the Three
very well attended by an evangelistic preacherthat ter Margaret Johnson Bro. Alonzo Kelly who Rev. D.
great program. Wise Men the 12 Apostles
members and friends and
you should come and along with the pastor worked faithfully for West and the male chorusof the Shepherds and Mary

visitors. hear. are attending'the District many years with Choir New Mt. Morlah Baptist and Joseph. This pageant'

The spirit was lifted He will be at town. On Saturday night, Greater Bethel has the pulpit service.
and souls were rejoicing Olivette 7 p.m. the choirmaster, Mrs.
with the blessing of the Jan. 2 the Junior church been remembered by his Don't miss this program. Elisha S. Clarke Jr. The

new year. "Move For- The number two choir, held its New Year's, par- desased employer who Mrs. Iva Smith, chair- public is cordially Invit-
ward In God's Name" and Mrs. M. Hall, presidentand ty that was largely attended was an ardent patron and man. ed to this service.

."A Place Called Calvary" Chas. Ambrose, direc- by members, upon her death bequethed -
were the two chosen texts tor, will celebrate Its 13th friends, parents and the $5,000 to the church.

delivered by the pastor. anniversary on Sunday pastor.On The new year began
Each sermon was filled Jan. 17. An interesting with fervent praises to WIGSSALES
the sick list are Mrs.
with fervor. The mes- program is being prepared -
Christine God. To a capacity audi-
Allen who
is in
for the occasion. RENTALS -,:SERVICE
sages were very timelyand Jackson ence on the first Sunday.
Hospital Mrs.
;
suitable for the occasIon Clara Underwood and Rev. Cousin used the Rent a Nit

the ;observance the new year and ,NEW BETHEL Mrs., Mable Carter at
Lord's Supper. of Ushers the Rev. E. Williams, pastor home. Please call or visit Season" for his morning A, little ., 95:00

Board No. 1 and Choir No. 1571 NW 68th Terrace them. Hurry and get well, message of hope. Bishop KIMBERLY'SBeauty
we miss you. May the W. F. Ball, Mrs. Agnes
1 rendered the services On Sunday past we hada
Ball and Salon
Lord daughter Frankie
keep -
and wonderful time. Our you.
they were at their
best. food for thought for the, See you next Sunday. were in attendance 4310 NW 7th Avenue "
Mrs. Ball is
a member. Phone 7S7-92S4
week was taken from the 7543028How
You are invited to attend 6th chapter of Genesis, Ebenezer MethodistThe Bishop Ball conductedthe

Bible Class Friday verse 15, "Make thee an communion service.
evenings at 8 p.m. Ark of gopher wood." It month of January Members remindedto
will be the observance of are
Pray for and visit the was superbly analyzed, their

sick and shut-ins and the Songs for the occasion Wesleyan month throughout Service Guild the envelopes secure from the offering of- many Negroes know about bers of all races'to |loin us at

bereaved families. were delivered by the Methodist Church. The fice. Parents send your the Unitarian Religion? How services Sunday mornings,
No. 1 choir with Sister
local Guilders of Eben- children to junior church Negroes know how welcome
Dorothy Braynon at the many at 12250 N.W. 2nd Avenue.
will their observance activities each Tuesday.
ezer begin
Grace Presbyterian piano. Sunday. Janu- they would be in any of Please bring your children to

6895 NW 14th Avenue Please visit the sick and ary 10 with one hour people Help off keep the the street young the Unitarian churches or attend church school at the

Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor shut-ins. morning service begin- volunteering to help' with by fellowships? We of the North same time. For further Infor-
ning at 6 a.m. to 7 a.m.
Scouting and other relig Dade Unitarian Universalist mation, please call PL 7-5134
"Inspiring" is the word MT. ZION AME The Rev. James C. Mur-
ious-centered activities.
for the fine attendancethat ray, superintendent of the Fellowship wish to emphasizeour or 6917025.
Bethel
we had at our Communion OpalockaRev. Central Florida District their youth are reminded desire to encourage mem*

service last Sun- M, Fayson, pastor will give the meditationat meeting of each regular Monday group ,.. ...t.t ._._. ._._ ._. ._._._.-
day morning and at our Evelyn Gleen, reporterThe that hour. Followingthe at .. .. a
8
Plans
Rose Service last Sunday morning watch service p.m. are under- -
members of Mt. way for the annual dra- v1
there coffee in
evening. 'was a sip
Zion are happy to have as ; ma presentation. Mrs. S.
the social hall of the
Step by StepI
their Rev. Milton A. Cousin is
This Sunday morningwe pastor, church. The public is cordially sponsor -
will observe the Sac- Fayson and his family, Invited to attend M. K. S.CHRISTIAN.

rament of Baptism. At his wife Elder Mrs. Fay- also the members of the

7:30pm.wewill: have son and their daughter.We church are urged to sharein M. B.
our Candlelight Com- say to them, "Wel- the fellowship. ;
munion service for the come to Opa-locka we are Rev. 0. D. Williams, pastor

Epiphany season. happy to have you. Usher Board No. 2 will Jessie Ferguson reporterWe r \

be in charge of cia s s .
hope and trust that
Last Mt.
The Epiphany Season, t Sunday Zion meeting Tuesday night. '
which }began last Wed- was well attended all day. everyone had a very
Let us not forget to visit (f
Christmas
Merry and will .
commemoratesthe The pastor brought to us
nesday, the sick and snut-lns. '
have
a
manifestations of two wonderful messages prosperous new

Christ to the world. Dur- that were enjoyed by all. NEW MACEDONIA year. rl

ing this season. Evangelism There were five joiners The men of the churchare
and Missions are during morning service Rev Roscoe Jockson starting their Men's

emphasized. The season and two during night ser minister Day program. Their first
lasts until Lent which begins vice. The public is invit- program is the fourth
in March. ed to attend all services W. J. Beard, reporter at 3
at Mt. Zion. We welcomeyou. 3165 NW 56th Street Sunday p.m. The
Rev. M. Fayson and con-
Services on the first
ST. MARY'S W. M.
will
Sunday In the New Year gregation be in charge

Miss D. Major, reporter Zion Hope M. B. were very high and an This Sunday afternoonat
Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor overwhelming crowd was
Elizabeth Jackson report'rRev. 3 o'clock The Rev. S. __
Both choirs and
present. Green of Pompano Beach -
Father Paul Freeman pas't. : pOU0
Heavenly open both usher boards along and his congregation will
our eyes to the beauty of with the were in
Church service was spiritually pastor be in charge of the ser-
Thy world our ears to
charge. A visitation of the
vice. This
high all day Sun- program is
heavenly harmonies, our
minds to the truth. In day beginning with Sunday Holy Spirit was present.. sponsored by the Deacon
School. The pastor is The pastor's text was Board.
our Master's name. taken from the Revelation
urging all membersk and
Sunday morning our visiting friends to start 21:5., "The God" of An- There will be service t

Junior Choir will furnish the New Year off right by other Chance. Sunday morning. Let11
for the
music and Rev. George attending prayer meeting Keep in mind: Deacons' pray sick.

Burns will deliver the Tuesday night. Please re- Day will be all day_ the ffon-Sirglcal Office Treatment
message.At mem tier the sick and third Sunday, Rev. w. M.
.shut-ins in your RUPTURE PILES FEt7
Davis, pastor of First
3 there will be preaching
p.m. There will be Baptist Church, Browns- Rectal DUeane, Varicose Veins,
All
service.
Covenant service Tuesday night> after ville, will be the morning Prostate No lost time -
members are asked to be prayer meetings,In behalf Discard Tmaa Upon Correction
Nathaniel
ker;..Deacon .
spe ,
out. Third Sundaynight-- )/ Rwpt rtr- low Teat
* ofNo.. : I jDLONG'S
,l'J. ..choir; peav.con. = '.. Newsome, ofiFlrsteBaptists.vev.enlngv.sneakef '

I k':.*'Memorial a 7 o'clock Service.there'will'* 'i ;.be'.'.' r..:Smith t;4fvPlVfpW .Fres..:. ,. .sw-1st.st..--CLINIC'IMs .FR- -CTU . /



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= !' '" .. l.J=: Ringing Brothers Circus at I


Earl Carroll Insurance Agency Groundbreaking ceremonies descent. When the new plantis Miami leach Jan. 13-17

I being held in Los Angeles ( completed, Watson expectsto .
this afternoon signal the start at least double the present When Ringling Brothers and Hoping to one day surprise
Moves to New QuartersIn of a modem meat processing Barnum & Barley Circus states her father, she ardently workedon

- plant made possible by a staff.The company's present its world premiere at MiamiBeach's her own routine behind the

order to better serve the of Foreign Wars $206,300 loan from the Small facilities, in a building shared Convention Hall Jan. scenes for years. Fate mooed'
Disabled 13-17, South Florida audiences in when she was a teenager
insurance Business Administration with another small firm
vast Negro market, American to are no Her father
Veterans suffered
Better a fall. With
Albert will see a dazzling performanceby
the EARL CARROLL INSURANCE Government E. Watson, 42-year-old longer ,adequate to meet the
Association
family breadwinner side-
AGENCY OF FLORI- Elks, and the Orange State, Negro businessman minister.The needs of Watson's fastgrowingmeat aerialist.the world's only "hairbome"l lined. Miss Chrys came forward
IDA, INC. will be located at Recreation Association. loan, largest ever made processing operations.The and became
The by SBA to a Negro businessman new plant will featurea Youthful Chrystine Holt a star
RYPWMr. entire tonjmunity is (billed as Miss Chrys) who Now with the Holts both
is the ,
second
,
to Watson. number of cost and labor-
Carroll the
proud of
only Earl
Carroll's back in the air
performs intricate up 20-year-old
an jugglingact
Negro insurance solicitor achievements aTOT' plsT per* The first, for $20,000 in 1961 saving innovations, making it Vliss
while from her Chrys; continues
suspended to amaze
has
commissioned the formances. He is been repaid. It helped possible to process 100,000
by State
well remem- crowds *e crowds with her
hair' high above the ; masterful
bered for Watson to expand his former pounds or more of meat each
Insurance Commissioner in:: the assisting and business, known as Al's will be among a host of stars uggling of hoops, Indian clubs,
the Dade and Broward areas,recommending of employment week.Watson in final sails and canes.
now rehearsals at
has opened his office in a location for many young ladies in our Boning Company, to the pre who became a meat Venice
which will be convenient business community. He has sent corporation which he cutter at the age of 17, first Fla. here.for this year'sseason
went into business for him- opener
for the majority of resi- enhanced the opportunitiesof heads as president and princi- self in 1958. He is the fatherof 'Miss Chrys is actually part BE
eents young people in this area pal stockholder.At of an aerialist family, but her
Mr. Carroll, after exten- .in employmentand education. present the firm employs seven children and an ordained solo has made her as popularas

sively studying insurance, Four students, who have been 12 workers, including both degree in minister theology with from a B.S. her father, Bert Holt, who SOMEONESPECIAL
Pep-
has successfully been presented with Negroes and those of Spanish
Earl
compe- Carroll perdine Collc e. Los. Anzeles. performs a similar juggling act,
ting in the Dade and Broward scholarships are presently'' but in a manner that causes

County areas for almost two enjoying the advantages of from merchants, complainingthat dentists to grip their seats. !

years. Mr. Carroll, a native*'additional educational oppor- SOCIAL SECURITY they had cashed checks I He hangs b.y his teeth.
Miamian and graduate of tunities through his benevo for persons unknown to them Miss Chrys' brother and mother Nightingale jcradmate do

Booker T. Washington High lence. . who had presented social assist the performing care specialized of the work sick .ta. t. h the e
School and Florida A&M UnI- father and daughter by handling
security cards as their only aged and the helptau.
versity, served in the United For the purchasers of homesin the rigging and
Dade and Broward Counties f' means of identification, Mr. equipment on Every day the demand
States Air Force for three Blonston said. "Let me point the ground. for qualified personnel to
years. He is currently serving the Eart'c rroll Insurance Y-I//I-Y 1 YNY.YwI out that your social security How does a pretty girl become perform this valuable

on the Governor's Committeefor Agency of Florida,Inc, offers card clearly states "Not for an aerialist? In Miss service grows greater and
Employment of the Handi- complete insurance Mr. Car- "The social security account identification", and persons Chrys' case it was a combina- greater Nightingale College -
capped, the Governor's SubCommittee roll prides himself on being number card should accepting a social security tion of instinct and fate. A trains and qualifiesyou
of Education, the able .to ,underwrite quality insurance never be used to identify a account number card as a native of Essen, Germany she to join the many
Governor's Man-Power and with personalized person in order to cash a means of personal identification came to America in 1955 when' other Nightingale graduate .
Development Commission, and service. The Earl 'Carroll check," Edward P. Blonston, do so at their own risk." her father signed with Ringling *. that are performing
the City of Miami Recreation Insurance Agency of Florida, District Manager of the Miami Mr. Blonston then went to Bros. Circus. Then a gangling thin murh needed wrvlce.AN .
Advisory Board. Locally, he Inc. handles all forms of in- North social Security District point out that, properly used, 11-year-old, she "instinctively a Nightingale urmduJite -
is affiliated with the Veterans surance. Officewarned today. the social security card insures helped my father by handinghim you can choone year
"We have had several calls! the person to whom it props whenever possible," job your hours the
time you want to work .
: $ belongs full credit that for he his will earnings receive ,she says. You CUP "nJo)' the knowledge -

November Elections Put! under social security. These trHl yes are doinga
valuable
job the trainIng -
; ',".: ,f 'h'I earnings determine the bene- } tA IN
/ ..:r'REV : Pimple and can be

I a ;Record Number ofNegroes 'j: disability fits payable, or at death retirement of the, : Spiritual! m'1; adapted. Call to jour for convenience. aa appointment -

; .,, worker. In order to receive ?: AdvisorlleaJnL' :, today and find
< proper credit, each person :And ,bkmkifa, U: out how very easy It la to
; 'if. ,1 going to work should show "l' GecT ,Powers, qualify for this valuabletiulnlng.
: into : Qfficej ':: his card to his employer and olsit''wil :J Hpeclal hours

'.. ).- / ......r. A'..- ............,..l.iYyl... .I.... -;--, ............... -. '-"_.. ,..,..,../1..,- IIIII'IIIIIIIII_ make sure that the employer thai, 1 convince\you arranged for mother.
copies the name and number Rev Laura will help Day or night rlaiwes. Women
WASHINGTONNPI( )- Negroes will be holding elec- the card show. you: i I through her'powerl of up to -IS' eligible. No
+
Chicago Gets five office in 33 states as a result of the November elections, "If you have lost or misplaced .bleating-, : I ,:.] ,\.r high school 4111'10.0-

according too report issued by the Democratic National Com your card, do not ,. ) DONATIONS .ONLY, ments.Phone Crwiury. ln tuition pay
First NegroCommentator mlttee. trust your memory. You can '11'1i1. ; :UN :6.6882' '\/,! ,'

One of the outstanding facts Is that of the 280 Negroes secure your an card application from any social to replace ., 612. TlstStreet', :', 377-0294

elected to local, state and national office, all but 10 OK security office or Post Office >Ii" ,1 .. Miami Beach, Nightingale
;r ''
( Tak L bus"Social
bemocrats, which proves that President Johnson's landslide ilJ' 'the United States," says 1HW'lHHHHN
CHICAGO (NPI>-Ameri- College
ca's first Negro televisionnews victory carried a lot of other Democrats into office. Mr. Blonston. '#HI'

commentator went before An outstanding exception was the reelection of Massachusetts 111 S. Miami Av, M

the cameras Monday, Jan. Attorney Gen. Edmund Brooke, who won despite the Center of the South Mi'M. It W. HoaugBbook

4, overwhelming Democratic landslide in his state. / r R. N., Director
He is C, Sumner (Chuck)
rM7u/
Stone, jr., who will give a There is widespread specualtion that Brooke might become N1N1NUllu / r NrdiM 1 N

daily commentary on the newsat the first Negro to be a state governor.

6:30: p.m.. Monday through The election also produced the sixth Negro congressman -

Friday, over WCIU, Channel John Conyers of Michigan, the only state which has two -
26, Chicago's first tele-
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Joining i the 40-year-old In state voting, Negroes added 33 seats to the 57 they

Chuck Stone is Lou House, formerly held in the legislatures, and added 27 more other
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native of Hartford, Conn construction. Houston, Tex. added a second Negro to its SUNDAY FAMILY I DINNERS 995
school board and Oklahoma elected four
Stone recently served a brief Negroes to the le

stint as special assistant to gislature. SERVED FROM 1:00___P.M.__ __
the Chairman of the U.S. Some 28 of the winners are women. ; ,
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12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, January 9, 1965


,

Range IRO WARD Richmond

.., ISSAC WHITE of 7584 Heights Woman's
N. W. 68th St., was dead
on arrival at Jackson Mem. COUNTY Club
", ,
Hospital on Dec. 28, 1964. Post-Christmas finds

He was sent to Balnttridge. NEWS the Richmond Heights

MEMORIAM Ga. on Jan. 5, for final Woman's Club compiling
IN
CARD OF IN i
THANKS MEMORIAM I rites and burial. There their accomplishmentsand

I In sad but loving mem-. We, the family of the In loving memory of were no local survivors. By Walter Bowe making head-way for

ory of our dear mother,, late, our dear husband, father the New Year.December's .
grandmother, sister and MRS. SIDNEY VAUGHT and grandfather, MRS. LAURA BAILEY, The Carver Blanches'
aunt' __ who departed this life on .,,0' 2320 N. W. 62nd Street Fire Department will meet' Community -
Dec. 19 in Hartford. No. :37 passed: at Lincoln Mils coming Friday night Projects included sev-
Cons w ,Ish to extend Dec. 31. 19fi4. 'Sh: **. I is :survived .January 8th at 8 p.m. at en baskets of food pre-
thanks and by two sisters, Mrs. the Chamber of Commerce sented to seven less for-
appreciationto Francia Thompson, and Building S.W. 21st St. and tunate families In Rich-
the friends
many 44th Ave. please mond and a do-
neighbors and relatives Mrs Oil IP Davis: three members Heights
of Hartford Conn Hazel, brothers, PhilHn. Mack, be present. The next meeting nation to the Perrine
Hurst Ga. and ,Miami and Louis Feather cervices will be held on Mon- Community Library to aid
were held January4th day nights' of each week,, them In continuing the
who kind
were recent so bereavement.duringour In) the Range Memorial after our meeting this i many fine ,services avail-

Special thanks to Rev. E. Chapel. Friday night. able.The

R. King, officlers of MRS. MINNIE JOHNSON -The South Broward Post : publicity Committee -

Hopewell Baptist Church n! aaa of 14030: Harrison St.. No. 8195 had Its regular of the club Is present-
and the J. C. Clarke Funeral
ing "A Night In Las Vegas" -
Richmond Helv+hts. A v-11 meeting of the year.
Home In Hartford, (A night of games),
known resident of the Bringing VFW Post, No;
Conn. Also the Rev. Miles ,. Miami and Richmond 8195 up to date on our calendar Saturday, January 16, atTot's
o f ,Mt. Calavary Baptist g
Town Kindergarten -
Heights areas passed a t year, our member-
Church and the Thornton
Funeral' Baptist Hospital. Jan. 1st., ship drive is still on. Members 14680 Bethune Drive,
Home o f Hazel
Richmond Heights at 8p.m.
short Illness. She renew your member-
after a
Hurst Ga. for all
acts of
'kindness and service is survived by two daughters ship. Commander Wilbur Come out and enjoy
ren-
C. Jenkins. your favorite game.
dered. Special thanks to Florence Morris, and
i Rev. Edward T. Grahamand mx + Aureola Wallace; one son, We hope your holidays
: c Rudolph Johnson; 0 n eRIter The Sister of Mrs. Gay-
members of Mt. Zion were most enjoyable.
r '-- nell Blatch of 5015 S. W.
Bantst Church. and! Mrs. Frances Daw-
MRS. ROSA CARR employees of Jackson Memorial ;' _'M"" kins: one brother, Iver- 25th St. W. Hollywooddied I Margaret Darden,

who passed Into the Great Hospital, Miami. GEORGE M. BROWN S R. son Hewitt one nephew; Sunday in New York reporter
Beyond January 12, 1963. May God bless and. keep who departed this life 12 grandchildren, two treat City Funeral arrangementis
rrrands and other not completed.
each and every one o f January 8, 1958. relatives
It has been two years ;you is our prayers. Deep in our hearts we silently Services were conducted Fry a Clarified Ad
since you left us, and Miss Lillie Mae Vaught, say '!luT. ay.. Jan. 7th.a. t St. Mr. and- Mrs- JosenhClark -
there is still a void in daughter-Miami Walter Altho he Is here with us John Baptist Church of 5633 S. W. 19th i For Best Results

our aching hearts. The B. Vaught, son-Hart- no more, -- St., the proud parents of; CUwif fed Ad
Oar
very image of her stands ford Conn. Mrs. Pauline He ,Is not dead, !she is just, MILTON NELLIE- Miss Gussie Clark were
before us dally in her Fayson, Sister-Miami H. away. CLIFF of 1780 N. W. 68th host and hostess at a SELL ANYTHINGThis
usual manner of teaching, D. Nephew- Mcs. Lovina Brown, Terr., died on Jan. 1st. He beautiful Dinner Party,
Washjngton is survived his given by them in honor of .
loving, giving, consoling D. C. Re bv mother,
Such quality is hard to 1 daughter, two sons Mrs. Lillie M. Johnson a their daughter on Sunday is "Bonnie" age 3

forget.As IN I MEMORIAM in-law, eight sons, grandmother, Mrs. Louise afternoon at 4 p.m. Those
she walks in God's eight daughters-Un-law Johnson; and a great present were Rev. and I want to tell all my
beautiful garden, In loving memory of 24 grandchildren five grandmother, Mrs. Mar- Mrs. E. J. Clark, Mr. and friends about the moat
our dear mother, great grand children ion Dames; 1 brother, Leo- Mrs. Jafus Ferguson Mr. beautiful kindergarten
Bidding us to come, too, -:- ,- ......, nard Nelllcllff and one slater Theodore Clark, Mrs. Dos- that I go to now it's
Some day we will join her, I; tr; : Leona. Services were hie Curtiss, Mrs. Josephine the Lynnjeff Kindergarten :

And walk forever with r1', held on Thursday, Jan. 7th, Strachan, Mrs Ethel Clark, it's so nice. Please
God. i MRD OF THANKS at Thee Church, 2164 NW Miss Albertha Straohan the come and join me at
Mrs. Ella Peltier | 62nd Street. lovely daughter of Mr. and LYNNJEFF
Ferguson, daughter We the family of the Mrs. James Strachan, KINDERGARTEN
New York late, GLADSTONE McPHEEof now teaching in Fitzgerald ':
Zephenlah Carr, son ANNIE TISDOL 1180 N. W. 58th Street, Ga. Miss Clark left 6601 NW 24th Court
Mrs. Geneva Phillips, 1 DANIELSwho died at 'his residence o n Saturday for Clarke Col- 696-0891 or PL 9-8779

Mrs. Anna Mae Bivins, departed this life Jan. 2nd, following an extended lege, Atlanta, Ga. FREE PICKUP'

granddaughters, N.Y. Dec. 6, 1964 wish to extend period of illness. He r
Rosa M. Carr, ? t py our grateful acknowledgements is survived by his widow, ,.
Mrs Sylvia McPhee: four'daught
granddaughter J to our rsMrs.Eth Davis
Mrs Irene L. Harrison, f many friends and neighbors l
M Fannette, Linda, Mar- r---
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sister for all deeds of kind-
Andre Poitler, ness during our hours of sha MePhee; one son An-
thony five grandchildren
; ;
grandson N. y, I t bereavement. Many several brothers and sis- ;

And Family I IGARJfOFlHANKS thanks for your prayers, ters. Services will be today I
tokens, personal visits,
cards of sympathy, and Saturday, 1:00: p.m. at ------------9
telegrams. the New Bethel Baptist j
Church with Rev Williams,

The family of the late, Special thanks to o u r officiating. He will lie in 1
LEE LESTER COATES pastor, Elder L. U. Wil- repose at the Chapel Fri- I
who departed this life son and Range Funeral day after. 2 p.m. until I I j

November 23, 1964 wishesto MRS. EVELYN BUTHBR Home service time.HENRY I HOME SERVICE DIRECTOR I nosAUt SCOTT
AND
HER STAFF
take time
to
expres ,
their thanks to the many who died December 30, Mr. and Mrs. William HIGGS of 327 -- ----------- -- _/

.friends and relatives 1963. Tisdol and Family NW 14th Terr died at his Perk up dreary winter menus with the south of the
God in -
moves a mysterious home
whose sympathy in their Jan. 1. He is sur- border
way vived flavor of Mexicali Hot Pot. It's one casserole
hour of bereavement was u by an aunt, Mrs.
of great help Hector Supply HIS wonaers to perform; FRANCIS e e Olivia Tinker and two guaranteed always juicy because it's made with new
He plants this footsteps. In cousins, Mrs. Albertha Velvetized Carnation
the House of Albert the DEREK LEROY STARKSof Evaporated Milk. Remember,
and staff and Dr. William sea 1305 NW 4th Ave. Sharpe and George Tinker. Carnation makes your cooking easier faster and
And rides upon .the storm, apt. Services will be 10 a.m. ,
Campbell. 4, died Jan. 2 as a resultof In the better-so you'd best use it soon!
May God bless you and Judge not the Lord by being struck by an automobile ohapel Saturday. He >"' _. ._,.." "
continue to enable you to feeble sense, Services Saturday .will lie in repose Friday "- :; ?i. w"w

help us. But trust Him for His 2 p.m. in the chapel Remains :after 1 p.m.MARVIN. (>i
Mrs. Irene Coates grace; will repose in the :: t "tl

wife and Family Behind a frowning Providence chapel 3 p.m. Friday. Sur- 13, son of Mr.SUMMERSET and Mrs., Fk '

vivors_include his mother i Robert L. Ciimmorsot=: nf ?
IN MEMORIAM He hides a smiling face. Mrs. Yvonne Thompson, 2167 NW-70th-'Terr.- -,-victimof

In lovlrife memory of His fast purposes will ripen father; Clarence, Joseph,;Davis three brothers and- a tragic death, died Jan. ., ,
our dear wife and mother 3. Other survivors Include #+ _
FLORENCE HANNA Unfolding every hour; Dwayne; a sister, Debra; four brothers; thee sisters, _4 ;
who departed this life The bud may have a Knight.grandmother, Mrs. Myrtle four grandparents, Mr. and

January 2, 1947. bitter taste, Mrs. Cluster Summersett.
Gone but not forgotten. But sweet will be the Mrs. Christine Tiggs, and ..4h
t May she rest in peace and flower. r Louis L. Bevel Also seven 1 rir

light perpetual shine upon Blind unbelief is sure to HANKER aunts and four uncles. Ser-
.
her. errAnd s vices Saturday at noon at

Alfred J. Hanna, scan His work in vain SYLVIA MAE BROWNof Antioch Baptist Church
husband God in His own interpreter 2276 NW 59th St., died with Rev. O. W. Foster of-

Mrs. Mary Owens, Jan. 2. Funeral service ficiating.
daughter And He will make it plain. will be held Saturday 2:30:
John Hanna, son Dear mother, we will at New Hope Baptist MRS. ETHEL WILCOX y
Church Rev. W. Sims who lived at 2055 NW
Carl Hanna, son always think of beIng ,
Harry Hanna, son an angel on you vacation.as pastor. She' is survived bya 63rd St., apt 14 died Jan.
mother 5. She Is survived
Mrs. Lucy B. Jones Sinkey Brown a by a
daughter.. Edith Jones two daughter, Mrs Ethel Smitha MEXICALI HOT POT
IN
MEMORIAM Mrs. Veola Williams daughter brothers,' Lollls and Fred errand rhllr" !. four clctera /Makes A BAl-irlnerol,
Brown. Mesdames g esAr i-s, --g-
In sad remembrance of Nine daughter Ida Outler, Mattie Brad- 1 pound ground chuck 1 cup ((8 ounce can)
our loving father and 'grand children shaw two brothers, Henry % cup (small can) undiluted Contadina Tomato Sauce
nephew, and Walter Bradshaw
Joseph B. Myers, Jr. IN MEMORIAMIn other relatives. Services and CARNATION EVAPORATED MILK 1 '12 cups ((1St/ -ounce can)

who left us January 7, Saturday 2 p.m. at New Vj cup chopped onion chili beans

1964. loving memory of our MRS. HELEN DANIELSof Providence Baptist, Rev. Vi cup chopped green pepper '/ cup ((2-ounce can)
Gone, but never will be dear husband and father, 1240 NW 62nd Lane Burney officiating. She 1 teaspoon salt drained
HosplWafter sliced
died Kendall
forgotten.We MR. ALFRED DAMES at will be in repose after 3 /4
loved you dearly, who departed this life an extended illness p.m. Friday. teaspoon pepper ripe olives
but Jan. 5. She is survived by 1 tablespoon chili
your heavenly Father December 25, 1948. powder 2 cups com chips
loved you best. When the battle day is four daughters, Misses WALLACE AKINS died
Joseph B. Myers, Jr. won, Father, grant thy Everlena, Christine Willie Jan. 5 shortly after his ad- Combine ground chuck, Carnation, onion, green pepper, salt,
Mae Dianne and Patricia pepper and chili powder in
large skillet. Cook
sonPhylUs one rest forever by several relatives in- over medium
weary
heat ,
Myers, daugh'r. Hurst. A son Anthony, a mittance. He is survived until browned, stirring occasionally. Add tomato sauce, I
Mrs. Enid Reese and more.Mrs.. Ruth Dames, wife brother and other relatives. eluding a brother, Daniel chili beans and ripe olives. Stir to blend. Cover bottom of 1- !
Lillie Brooks, aunts 5 daughters and Arrangements are Incom- Akins. Arrangements are quart casserole wjth 1 cup corn chips.Pour in meat mlxturei Top
with
and Family Family plete. Incomplete. 30 minutes.remaining corn chips. Bake In moderatetjven350P.: .)



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fOR SALE FOR RENT I

"GENIE HOMES." Newt ? _
New! New! See the home 2 NICE ROOMS with gas, i .: asr
that make families 'happy.So lights and hot water. $20
so many happy ideas. weekly, 1817% NW 5 Ct.

Many more under con
struction. Sneak previewon ATTRACTIVE furnished 4 rma1" '{ ,
75th St. between 11 rooms, In quiet neighbor-

and 12 Aves. ((2 homes) No hood, priced from $7 up. fi .,
also 527 NW 46 St. which extra charge for cooking .
2056 NW 5 ctphoneFURNISHED t '
will be open Sunday 1-6 '
PL 9-2665. rJ.r' 4 '
p.m. Fenster Realty
(Broker) PL 9-: 779. a d
2-room apt. 1 ;

VA AND FHA homes. 3- for working lady only.,

bedroom and 2 bath. Call 56 near Grandway, 1225 N\V d 4

for appointment. From St. b ,..;
$100 down and no down -
ROOM HOUSE
1933
payment on some VA
NW 6 Ave Contact Mrs.
homes. Fenster Realty
PL Edwards after 5 pm. at
(Broker) 9-8779. 751-1046.


DOOM, 1 bath, 1-BEDROOM A .
furnished
partly furnished, wall to
apts. air conditioned
wall carpeting. $350 down { andspacious.

FHA. 5220 NW 8 Ave. Quiet neighbor- ..,.",, --I
Sunday 1-6 hood, need reference adults -
Open Fenster Realty (Broker pm.) only, 1247 NW 77 Stephen N. Iweonyo, Associqtt Director of the West African Pilot, a Nigerian newspaper

PL 9-8779. Terr Not the cheapestbut with a daily circulation of 850,000, is shown chatting with Dr. John W. Rambert, left,
the best.MODERN .
President of Gibbs Junior College, St. Pete., plo., when he visited the college last week.
INCOME PROPERTY. FURN. room Iweanya is in America for a six weep tour which is being sponsored by the Bureau of
lot CBS nice lo-
cation.Large House, .ihas three with cooking facilities. In Education and Cultural Affairs, U.S. State Department. (Photo by Walter. Robinson j

bedrooms, plus garage, dean quiet place. Call

plus rear apartment, 2 754-1452.
bedrooms, 2- baths apt. REDUCELose
Finest Selections In Miami
Good terms. Don't forgetto ROOM In private home,
this R2fl NW 55th St. Phone up to 6 poundsweekly
call us on one.It's Lovely homes
-
NE 3-2740. open .
Fen-
a real bargain. ,
NEW LOW DOWN PAYMENTS.
ster Realty (Broker) PLS
8779. WI ROOM.7-5946.Elderly man only. Dr Long EZ Terms Let Than Rent

Exciting Job 1545 S.W. 1st St. r S
3-BEDROOM CBS. All
BEDROOM and Fla.
big rooms, lovely kitchen, combine PL 7-6672,room 127 OpportunitiesAbroad. FR 3-2748 1300 NW 81st TerraceNo

Fla. room. $350 down, $83 NW 65th St. qualifying on these four brand new CBS 2
month pays all. No clos- .
ing costs. Total only SMALL 3-ROOM house ooooooooooooooDugie's and 3 bedroom home $750 down $89 month.

$11,800. You can't beat (rear), Phone 634-0948. Low Pay. .
that price.' Call A. Ben- Guest House I .
1064 NW 61st Street
Kori Realtor anytime LOVELY 2-ttedroom: apt 1 in 4 Qualify. The house of tmu.ualrooau
and No qualifying,
751-2243. Oak floors must qualify. 3-bedroom, oak floors carport.
1147 NW 6 Ave. Call CE ,________________. Open 24 hours NE 4-3851 $595 down. $9,500 total prfc*.
DRIVE BY CALL ME 8-6683. The Peace Corps S* taf U Believing
4031 NW 1st Ave. wasMnstonD.C.,2o525. ----
See for clean
230 NW 43rd Street 2-BE/DROOM/ house, fenc- O Please tend me information us roomsJamaica 280 NW 55th Street

1490 'NW 83rd Street ed yard. $1850 per week. D Please send me an application. Duffi always a LIVE RENT FREE. Beautiful CBS duplex, 2-bed-

1710 NW 83rd Street Call 681-7001 friend room, I bath each side. No closing cost. $500 down,
Beautiful homes, $350 Name .
down, FHA terms. No 2-BEDRDOOM furnishedapt. 2941 NW 47th St., Miamitoooooooooooooo FHA terms.We

closing costs. Call A. Ben- ., 1980 NW 55 St. NE Address .
I
hare the largest selection of CBS 2 and 3 bed
Kori
Realtor, phone any- 3-9908. ,
City homes in Greater Miami
time 751-2243. room area.
The Mary Lee
FURNISHED rooms, use State Zip Code_
3-BEDROOM CBS !home, of kitchen 1980 NW 55 Agency
-._---------------- NEWS REALTY Inc.
6831 NW 13 Ave. Reasonable St. NE 3-9908. 751-5211 781-8112
Call 633-3198. FOR SALEAPARTMENT
QUIET ROOM In private 12391 NE 6th Aft. (The Broker that works for you)

ATTENTION "Wynne home, 7101 NW 16th Ave. (New AMr.M) BRAND NEW LOCATION

Homes" offers a one mort- HOUSE SITE Domestic for bones of
4740 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655
gage deal bank financed, 2-BEDROOM DUPLEX, ..I8tIMUoa.- refftntrsAloa fee
brand new luxuary type 2773 NW 48 St., 2949 NW $8,000 Cooks, housekeeper, naldsbutters (Open Sunday)
''homes that have everything 47 St. Call OX 1-4380. efcsiffetn, ktvMmen
100 143 with aid eovples
you are looking for. x a
Open Sun. 2-5 p.m. at ROOM In private home 5-room sub-standard lad .

736 NW 47 Terr. Call heat, near bus, jitneys and housenear NO'CLOSING COSTS ON THESE f
JE 1-6902. shopping center. Privileges MOMMY! I
convenient for Northwestern High Lola, my friend 'told me 4'B8 3-1. droom, 2 bath, Fla. room, dining room.

"WYNNE HOMES" Hurry working ladles. 634-6310 School all about that new I'omplctely furnished. Near buses. $14,700. Easy

To the greatest op- Phone 7592817Small "Lynnjeff Kindergarten"and farms.

portunity offered bV thearea's 1-BEDROOM Furn. efficiency I wanna, go there too Beauty. 2-bodroom, Floiidn loom, dining room,
largest home builders. single person only
Only $495 down! free lights and water, -It's so nice there-Call carpet, appliances.: $400 down, or.? FIR mortgage.
them pleas!n! They'llpick
Brand new, 3bedrooms. 1870 NW 55 Terr. 635-9089. HOUSE FOR RENTFor me up too!! Wear bIL'I.story .
2 bath homes at 541 NW I corner beauty. 3-bcdroom, 2 bath large

44th St. Call quickly! JE DUPLEX. 3149 NW 61 single nan or lady 0'covpl. LYNNJEFFKINDERGARTEN kitchen, dining room, 8cree;'d porch, appliances.
St modern 1-bedroom
,
1-6902.
CBS. large, newly decorated .. No children. Who )clear buses. $10,500. Only $1,500 down.
6601 NW 24th Court
1956 BLACK CADILLAC Call 947-5069 or wants private (urn. kitchen I SHELL REALTY, Broker
Eldorado. New tires, bat- 947-4962. and bathroom when you And PL 0-8770 Day Care 606-0801 Center I 4260 NW 7th Ave. 758-5551
or
tery, gold wheels, 3543 need it. Why Board?
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SW 6th St. 448-8258. 2-BEDROOM furnishedapt.
1609 NW 40 St.
1960 CADILLAC, white (side), includes stove, refrigerator $10 WEEK

sedan DeTille, all power, etc. New paint, BRAND NE'I1I'
factory air condition. Deluxe etc. Mr. Bob. WI 7-5069. 1371 N.W. 58th ,Street

interior, like new, 1 or WI 7-4962.


owner for .lot 538-7676,will house sell or or or 531-3184.mortgage trade- BEAUTY WANTED operator. Call FOR SALE !DUPLEX! !! ... or CO-OP

634-0195.

STORE Keepers, peddlers, "WYNNE HOMES" Hurry
general merchandise close BEAUTICIANS. Apply LIVE RENT FREE
To the greatest op-
out, 372 NE 61st St. Ph. Saturday 4105 NW 22 offered the
758-1912. portunity by
Ave.TRADE area's largest home build I

BEAUTY SHOP equip OR BELL ers. Only $495 down! 2 Bedrooms Eath Side

ment. 2-burner oil heater 'TRADE my lot In Blue Brand new, 3-bedroom, 2
1 dryer 3 beautician Ridge Mountain, S. C. for bath homes at 541 NW
l
chairs. old U. S. or foreign coinsor 44 St. Call quickly! JE
Mrs A. H. Belton.I
Park)
NE 4-4276. sell each for $5 down, 1-6902. A quality community (Opposite Washington

$5 monthly total price _
RESTAURANT Snack- $295. See me at 5835 Sun- $100 DOWN CBS
investment South Miami, Like new 2. 3, 4 bedroom
way, splendid :set Drive
5595 NW 17th Ave. See Fla. or call 661-3182 or from $60 monthly, 1 Near shoppingschools, churches, bus line

owners. Norman and Winston 685 I 185 at night. mortgage, no closing cost
newer area has city
FOltter.ATTENTIONI. warmer, city sewers! and BUILDER WILL. ACCEPT REASONABLE DOWN PAYMENT

COINS modern schools, large
"Wynne

Homes"mortgage deal offers bank a one fi- j for;PAYING U. S. and HIGHEST foreign prices coins, all walks.lots areas, landscaped Other from houses$250 and sideMODEL, : 1395 N.E. 150th ST.

nanced. Brand new luxI jpen( evenings til 9pm. low
ury type homes that have KRAINSON COIN CO. monthly payments
Realty. Inc. Drok-
King
everything look- Sunset Drive
you are 5835
er8002 NW 7 Ave.
ing for Open Sun. 2-5 South Miami, Fla. 7519708. Indf

Call pm.,>at .736" NW. 47 Terr. 661-3182- r b1'. '-.'(\'\/.' .:.:..f ",.' '. I.' ..' ".. .. ..I..........4'. .4 .. y . . ,
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BTW HIGH SCHOOLThe

Home Economist to
I Booker T Wash
ington Cafeteria Drive .a
continues. The Student
Demonstrate Brownsville
at Council served for the ,

week of Jan. 4-&. All or- 7 1tel y t x

made aware of the value of organizations will be given I4

the food dollar, and the percentage the opportunity to
serve due to the extension -
: of that dollar
spentfor ta
of the drive this ?
{ meat which amounts to year. Organizations will 7' r ,; "
approximately 25 per cent.
serve in alphabetical order
"Although tomorrow's The Athletic Association -

young homemaker, today's will be the next organization
teenager, is constantly con' to serve. The y, ,
cerned with her slender Student Council is responsible .
figure, she's well aware of'' for placing con-

the importance of meat in her tainers on the caferteria

diet," according to Mrs. tables in order to expe- i
ir
a McSwain. "She knows, too, dite time. i

that meat as the center of The drive is continued I L.-.. J __, ..::;.:n.... x,
the family meal is an important -
subject to those whose throughout this school Dr. Richard V. Moore is shown welcoming Stttson University Professors to the c

responsibility it is to buy and term their to remind manners studentsof in the thune-Cookman College campus as the two institutions combine their efforts to present

prepare it for the table. The cafeteria at all times. joint proposals to the United States Office of Education,. Department of Health, Education ,
teenage girl of today is becoming and Welfare.

more and more aware The annual Student
HATTIE McSWAINIn of the need to learn the basic Council District 12 BallIs Reading from left to right: Dr. Joseph H. Taylor, Acting Dean of Instruction and Dr.

fast rules on meal planning and to be held on Jan. 29, Richard V. Moore, President of Bethune-Qookmon college, are shown greeting Dr. Har-

'it led today's interests and pace activitiesfor 01v meat identification, care, at 8 p.m. in the gym. The land C. Merriam, Professor of Education,and Dr. Robert S. Chauvin, Professor of Geography, :
storage, preparation and admission is $1.25 per
the teenagers in your of Stetson University, Deland, Florida.
serving realizing that, she couple. Tickets may b e
family. It's a pretty sure Student I
will soon be putting this purchased from

thing age girl that is the as up-to-date highly Interested teen knowledge application.into "practicaldaily Council representatives.The First Place four School| | Board| Members

in preparing family mealsas seventh grade stu-
Awarded To
The most up-to-date met
she is in following the cur dents are looking for- 1
rent fashion trends. These hods in meat cookery .inclu' ward to the field trips Thunderbird Begin New TermsYearbook

young ladies will be the audience ding broiling, roasting, planned this year by Dr. i,
braising, and cooking In liquid
Bert Klieman, assistant
for a special meat Mrs. Jane S. Roberts was Re-elected to serve with t
will be demonstrated
cookery demonstration on Jan. principal of administration re-elected (Tuesday, JanuaryS her for a third term as vice-
during the presentation. TheBoard's for seventh and
14, at Brownsville Jr. High. North Dade JuniorSenior ) to her third consecutiveterm chairman was C.T. McCrim- !
This informative educational home economist will eighth graders. On Janu- High School's 1964 as chairman of the Dade mon, administrator of Victoria 1
prepare such easy and practical ary 15 students are to Thunderbird Year Book
program, "SPOTLIGHT ON County Board of Public Hospital. McCrimmon has beena I
recipes as Harvest Meat visit Ringllng Brothers has been awarded First
a
FOODS will be presentedby member of the board since ]
Instruction.The .
Circus. The three best
Loaf, Pickle J -Roast Place Certificate in the
(
Mrs. Hattie Me Swain, a Popular Pork Steaks and Lamb, behaved students will be thirtieth annual Yearbook unanimous action 1958.
graduate home economist from chosen came at an organizational Sworn in for a new four-
Teriyaki, all of which' have for this tri'p. On Critique and contest conducted -
the National Live Stock and been carefully tested in the Jan. 23 at 8:15: four stu- by the Associationat meeting of the board in the year term as board members, I

Meat Board, Chicago.It Meat Board's kitchen labora dents will be chosen on Columbia University in auditorium of the Lindsey also, were Jack Gordon, president -
is Interesting to note the basis of scholarshipand the City of New York. Hopkins Building at which of Washington Federal

that In 1965, more than one- tory.Designed to interest and attendants, to visit 'Placing in the contestare four recently re-elected members Savings and Loan Association \

half the population will be assis igh school students in the Serpentarium. Other awarded on the basisof of the sevenmemberboard of Miami i Beach and well- \
under 25 of and field have been known housing finance t
years age meat okery problems which trips numerical scores as took the oath of officefor con-
there will be total of 24 planned for the students. i
a they 1 confront as a home- follows: new four-year terms. sultant, and Mrs. Anna Brenner
million teenagers in this make budget, tempt the First woman to serve in Meyers, civic leader, attorney J
It is also noteworthythat Educational and recre- 1. First place 850-1000
country. and former health
public
this post, Mrs. Roberts was
fami' appetite and providethe ational films will be ,
2. Second
place 750-849
teenagers have $10 million and school
appointed to the school nurse teacher. ,
basis for a nutritious and shown in the school aud- The Thunderbird
had
to spend per year. a well-balanced meal. itorium Wednesday a board in 1957 by Governor Hold-over members whose r
every of 895.
score
primary reason for their being at 7 p.m.Parents. Leroy Collins, later winning present terms do not expire 1

The Judges commented the post in public election.She until 1967 include Mrs."
NORTHWESTERNCharotte Northwesterner.Dolly are reminded to that, in general, the 1964 was named chairman in Helene Vosloh, G. Holmes

Powell, Patricia McSwain, Rosa be present on Jan. 13 at Thunderbird was a well January of 1961, selected for Braddock and James H. t

Black, and Mar- Rumph, and Eddie Thomas 8 p.m. in the auditoriumfor done, logical and carefully the position again by her Hendrie, all prominent in community }
the first PTA meet- '
developed yearbook. fellow board members in 1963 and professional acti I
garet Miles. represented members of the Northwestern ing of this .
Miami Northwestern High Allied Youth Post year. Bernard Stuart was and again today. vities. It I

School at the Fourth made the trip to Buck Hllll The BTW Cagers are Editor in Chief of the

Annual Forensic Festival Falls, Pennsylvania as rep- looking forward to a Yearbook, and Mrs. Betty
held on Miami Beach. resentatives to the annual good year. Games scheduled Smiley and Mr. Edwin T.
December 28-30, 1964. Allied Youth National Con- are Jan. 9, with Car- Demeritte were Advisors.Mr. The Peace Corps brings !
ference. Miss Johnnie ver;' Jan. 12, North Dade .
Charles D. i is
Charlotte Powell enter- Perry, one of their sponsors and Jan. 6, Miami North- Principal.The Wyche idealists down to earth.
ed under Girl's Extem- accompanied the western. Game time is 7

poraneous Speaking! Pat- young people on their trip. Editor in Ohlef of --
ricia Black entered under pm.BTW the 1965 Thunderbird is
Original Oratory, wihere Fencers look-
are Jacquelyn Davis. V I IH.
she made the semifinalsand Sewing Classes ing forward to their fenc- ,- yr : II I

won a medal; Margaret OfferedThe ing match with Miami NorthwestYWCA .
Miles entered in Dra- Dade Junior College. This
matic Interpretation and Adult Home Eco- opportunity was granted Center

rated second place, winning nomics Division of the after the fencing team defeated : V : ,' -,
two tropies for the Dade County Schools is Miami Springs ActivitiesBallet : ,- ,, '

school and for herself.In offering to all adults, 12 High! i n a championshipmatch >,1: .
weeks courses in plain and Tap Dancing .." ,
the debate area, Co- and advance sewing and classes. New session begins 'd 1" .
ral Gables Senior Higih furniture reupholstering. Jan. 9 at 10 to 12. V ."
School placed second to TUCKER SCHOOLThe Instructor, Mrs. Evelyn d '
Classes will be held in ; ".' .1
Fordham Prep of New
Stilwell. Fee 50 ,
cents
per ., ro.
the schools Francis E. Tucker ,
York. These three stu- following : lesson. Ages: Pre-school ,
dents from the Miami 1. Northwestern Mon- PTA opened 'promptly at up to 17 years. dV ,
8 It was the last PTA
Northwestern debate class day through Thursday, p.m.
competed 'against top evenings for the year. It was a Register now for advanced -

schools from Alabama, Dorsey Jr. HighTuesday very fine merry, inspiring course. Call ,.
Louisiana, Ohio, Oklahoma and Wednesday even- meeting. No highlights, 634-2651. Mrs. Sara Yeager .

Maine, Massachusetts, Just fun. The meeting instructor.Jan. You could join. For information, write :
consisted
ond
of business
New York, Pennsylvania and ings.North Dade High wonderful Christmas Car- 18 the "Y" Neigh- The Peace Corps, Washington, D.C. 20525 '1
Tennessee Texas
Florida Monday through Thurs- ols and games. Refresh- borhood Group invites P"blilhd ti e public Mtvlct In cooptntion with, Tht Advirtmnf" Council. -.I I'.
day evenings. ments were served: A you to hear their guest !

'Mr. Fernly Murray is JRE Lee ElementarySouth good name for the meet- speaker, Mrs. H. McDowell t

speech coach at North ( Miami) Mon- Ing is.a Merry, Merry and see slides of Africa. ,-- ,
western. day evenings. time at Christmas. Time, 2:30: p.m. Mrs.

L. Johnson, president.Mrs. Phone .
Mays High Tuesday 633-3015 :
Isaac Mears
principal :
Toe: Miami Northwestern evenings.J. ; .,'
Mrs. Homes Estelle Williams
president; '
Marching 100 parti- E. Scott Homes Bertell Woods, vice; Cel- public relations drector; 1
cipated in the Orange BLANCO
Monday afternoons and estine Wells, publicity Miss Bettye Brown, assistant -
Bowl Parade on NewYear's evenings.J chairman
Eve. Ernest Bet-
.W Johnson (Hialeaih) .a
hune, a senior, was head LYNNJEFF (
drum major. The splendid Wednesday evenings. KINDERGARTENHas DRIVINGSCHOOL .
Orchard Villa Monday MAKE MONEY
show was tel vlsed. -
Wednesday, Thurs- mid-term reglstratlon -- Ambitious men and

Helen Smith, a senior, day evenings going on now. Enroll women anted, $10,000 I
child in the ,
appeared on the RickShaw Richmond Heights Jun- your nw tmodern year potential earning. + ':

''Saturday Hop," ior High' Wednesday newly built kin- Part and full time, inter

January 2nd. Helen sang evenings. "We derg-n-ten Dade in this RI' a. esting, lucrative. Oppor- 2607 West Flagler St.
her third record entitled are County tunity with
Hialeaih Recreation approved." possible Miami FloridaMiami's
"Tm Willing and Able" Wednesday afternoon.A. self-employment. Represent >>- ,
and the flip side, "You L. Lewis Monday Call Now'!! We pickup famous cosmetics first integrated
Cot To Do Your Share." nnd deliver Co. Sincere applicant apply -
evenings.
LYNJEFFKINDERGARTEN in driving school
person at 1 p.m.
The Northwestern famIly Classes will begin Jan. in 1900 I
Building corner We help you with the
extends sincere 4, 1965. Registration will St. NE
J63rd 19th Ate.
to Anthony McPheeand sympathy be held as scheduled at And Day Care Center Room 205 N.lJan1f Cathy McKinney oral and written questions i!

i his family in the loss the above centers. For 6601 NW 24th Court Beach. Friday, Saturday Instructor also I

of his father. Anthony is further Information call PL 9-8779 696-4891 Monday and Tuesday.

sports editor of The .754-6871: or ,. ..... .... .... ._-, "




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THE MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, January 9, 1965 15

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Civil Service

'IN AND AROUND THE BAHAMAS ], Exams Onen VISTA Volunteersto


Ernest (Detry) Duncombe, Star, has pleaded guilty to
In died at the Princess Mar- the stabbing of Robert Lewison Typist Clerk II-Salary
Lret Hospital on Dec. 12, Nov. 28. The Trial has beer $306 $390. Permanent
;'status
as typist clerk I or Fight Poverty
from wounds he received du- set for January 5, and he was steno clerk I (male), or
two weks granted bond of
Ln. argument $70.
an
permanent status as clerk -
..reviously. He was employedy *555555* II (male) plus a qualify- The first VISTA Volunteersin nomic Opportunity. c:eived 231 requests for a total

the Sunshine Bottling Company Edward S. Dillett, 64, typing test ((40 wpm) at the War on Poverty, will be VISTA (Volunteers in Ser of 3,080 Volunteers. More
for 15 years and was con- died on November 30. He is time of application. A 1 1 sent to fight poverty, ignoranceand vice to America) is' a major than 4,000 applications from
idered the firm's top sales-lsurvived by his wife, Olga, applicants for promotional apathy in 28 communitiesacross part of the nation's antipoverty prospective Volunteers have
nan. He is survived by his his father, Fred, two tchildren examination must have the nation early next campaign. It accepts been received.
other, a widow i and four six brothers and 11 sisters. two years actual continuous and trains men and women Volunteers assigned to projects
Children. Police are investigating -Funeral services were held at satisfactory servicesin year.They will make their homesfor who volunteer to work in local announced today will
the case. the Western Cemetery. the city's clerical classifications a year in California mi" efforts among the poverty- begin training in January and
?...**.*.*** AAAAAA4MAr/AM grant worker communities, big- stricken. February, 1965, Olenn W.
bound for Nassau Six candidates The first Volunteers will Ferguson, director of VISTA
A sloop took..,the Open Competitive Res- city slums, and blighted, ,
from Long Bay Cays, Andros,nurses examination held in the ident of Dade County: for mountain villages in Appalachia serve (in nine states. They are said.
Bahamas to be Arkansas California Connecticut According to Ferguson,
capsized off.Mangrove Cay on recognized by one year prior to date of
the night of Dec. 10, trapping the General Nursing Councilof examination. Their jobs will range from Kentucky, Mis.sourl, Volunteer training will con-
eight passengers. Riskey Dun- England and Wales-and professionally-directed training Neva3a, Pennsylvania, Teaanes's'ee sist of studying the economicand
icombe clung to the keel of the passed. They aae Miss cleo- Graduation from high of the mentallyretardedto and Virginia. The social effects of poverty,
boat and for 14 hours and was patra Vermita Ferguson, Miss school or business college mobilizing whole communi- governors of all the states and learning under the direc-
[rescued. Junior Rolle and Emily King, Miss Margaret plus two years full time ties in local efforts to overcome have given verbal approval of tion of professional workers
Neville Knowles swam ashore.Ellen .Thompson, .Miss Irene paid experience performing poverty. the projects which were ini- tn the field. Training will
Inarching parties were sent Alene Cooper, Miss Rosamae general office and The first VISTA projects, tiated by local anti-poverty last from four to six weeks.
to the scene, but none of the dodet, and Maurice Alexander clerical ''work.Example calling for the services of 99 agencies. Any local agency It will be conducted by cooperating
-nfortunate were found. Brooks. Mrs. Monica Knowles of duties. Volunteers, were announced public or private, may request colleges, universi-
is the tutor.The examinations today by Sargent Shriver, VISTA Volunteers. ties, and organizations with
******+ **** Tpyes highly involvedor
Fifty students graduated'(were/ held at the Princess Margaret intricate tables and director of the Office of Eco- To date, VISTA has if'! field experience.
Hospital of which Miss renorts: cuts stencils. or
from the Dundas Civic Centeron -n- ,
}Dec ll. The certificateswere Hilda Bowen is matron. types letters, reports, -
presented by Lady ************ forms, and other material

Symonette, wife of the Hon. Winners of the "sloganposter" from copy, rough draft, or ,! ,I.
Roland Symonette, Pre contest sponsored by dictating machine, fre- '
Sir '!!''t
mier of the Bahamas. Mrs. A. the Kiwanis Club of Nassauas quently involving some \

F. Grant and Mrs. Ethel Moss, Safety part campaign of their 1964 Road judgment information regarding Included: the or ".. .,.... ......,/1 .:: ._ _"... .,.."".." ", ,> ....._._ ,_ ., ,
were guestsat
instructors were present
along with other outstanding a luncheon given by the format used. i ATLANTA (NPI-A) temporary truce was called bet

persons connected with the club recently at the Sheraton Communications Operator CENTERVILLAKINDERGARTEN ween Scripto, Inc., and its 600 strike workers her during the

center. British 'Colonial' Hotel. Theyase ; salary $354-$451. Christmas season, In order that both sides might sample and
************ Alicia Jarvis, Wellington
dispense of that "good will to all men" during the boll-
Resident of Dade Coun- some
i Andre Rogers, Major League Neilly and Eugene Higgs of You may register now. Hot
ty for one prior to days.
year
Nassau Street Junior School
Bahamian ;
first
and to lunches and pickup! service
play professional baseball, Brenda crawley'and Daphine date of examination. The Scripto management elected to pay striking workers

has been traded by the Chicago Fulford of Eastern Secondary; Applicant must not For information call their, Christmas bonuses. For its part, the International

Cubs to the Pittsburg and Michael Coakley, Joseph have reached their 40th 691.7796, 696-3802'or Chemical Workers union suspended its boycott of all company

Pirates. It is reported that the Dames, Charles Hamilton of and birthday. 634-5867 products, and asked all other unions and groups sympatheticto
Albert Simmons Claridge
and
received
Cubs Minor League$140,000 player for a Secondary. presentation of Graduation from high 5932 NW 17th Ave. the cause to suspend their boycotts until further notice.
trophies was made by Cecil school. Teletype exprei- Scripto has been accused by the union of' discriminating
I Rogers. MR8. RUTH COPELAND
S555555 Bethel principal of Govern- prlence ence or requiring other office fast, ex-ac-' against I Negroes-who make up the bulk of' the work force The

Pan American World Air- ment High S555555555 School. curate typing applicants,...#.,#..," '..'....'1.4'company i however, denies the charge and contends that the

ways has announced that it The Canaveral Interna- must qualify on the typ- Meet your friends atCAL'S dispute concerns only wages.
will begin jet flights weeklyto ing portion of the exami-
Eleuthera on Dec. 23. The tional Corporation of Miami, nation at time of application -
LOUNGE AND
line said there will be three Daniel S. Dubbin, president, ((35 wpm), Switch
jet flights weekly to Rock has announced ,plans to deve- board or PBX experience RESTAURANTFood
Sound from Miami via Nassau. lop 700 acres of land at Freeport desirable. at its best
I Grand Bahamas, for saleto HAl1
, Jet nights from New york to MADMAN
Nassau will increase from the public. That island has Examples of d uti e s: You have tried the rest
four to eight weekly. taken wings in the past few Operates a centrex tele- Now try the best .
SS555555* years and is really flying. phone switchboard receiving Continuous service from 6 a.m.
,. s5sS5sSSsi city calls; gives to 1 a.m.
The Bahamas Medical Cen BUYS- ANYTHINGSELLS
"Everything I know I have Information as requested;
ter, comer of Sands Road and learned in prison," said connects party with proper 6910 N.W. 22nd Ave.

East Street, was dedicated Milton Williams to a Daily office; occasionallycalls NE, 3-9316 Furniture Refrigerators $19.95 up
Dec. 10 by the Rt. Rev. of an emergency nature -
Bernard Markham, Bishop of Tribune reporter.Williams Twenty-ot ip will originate thru Owned and operated by Refrigerators Beds 10.95
Nassau and the Bahamas. It three-year-old serious trouble and was* sent, this system which must James and Nealie Stoves up
was founded by Dr. Qeorge also be properly process- ,, ,
" " Couches 14.95
White who has as associates, to Fox Hill Prison when he ed, and other related du-., V's up
Dr. B.A. Rolle and Dr. Yvonne, was 17. He was a difficult ties. '18 YEARS OF RESPONSIBLE LE
Skeffrey. prisoner to handle, but there BUILDING SERVICE TO Radios Pole Lamps 8.95 up
*55545555* was still some good in him to
be touched by an art teacher, THE COMMUNITYWhen OR WHAT HAVE YOU
Craftsman's Press, a print
shop with eight printing pres- a music teacher and Chaplain BUYING or BUILDING
ses, was completely destroyedby Granger. OPEN 7 DAYS
**.*.** j'I'
*eee5 ,
fire early Monday morningDec. CALL STANLEY)
7. The owner, Oscar Now he is a "skilled actor, ., b 2713 N.W. 62nd St.
,a song writer, choir master PL 1-3604
Johnson, was on business in "" ,
oil paintingsto '
and has 40
some ; \
I Miami at the time. The damage his credit. He is also a ,'''.,. ," ...' : : :"''' Beautiful Homes I PHONE 696-3771
'
I is estimated at several thou- skilled tailor who could makea ," ,, ",' Built :on Your Lot
.' I
sand dollars. ," .
( tiM5A55MA comfortable living at his 41 Y or Ours
profession. "He intends to go ;; ;i Attractive AlterationsandAdditions-
Williard Symington, a Haitian into the drafting I business '
,
died in J
a hospital on Dec. '
S from injuries he sustained when he is released.IIelMflfl. ,",' '.' ',,'"''Jf' ;"1 .Let Us Demolish
in a car accident earlier that .. 'fI/ "" Your Worn OutHouse HAMPTON
day. His and Build a H
death brought to 16 :$*ciif(*" *!,> -
the traffic fatalities for the Lovely New Home
Goes to
The 'Times'
year in Nassau. Call Us for Facts About

*545.45.55.5 College 9 mos. $3.50 Building

) Solomon Graham who was Good Bank Financing Offers For Your Enjoyment. .
employed on the S.S. Bahama
Smilini? Eddie Lee Pitt- MUSIC & DANCING

D'I I; man nessman popular, is' the local new own-busl-'STANLEY BUILDERS,. Friday-Saturday-Sunday Evenings
r lay GutierrezPROTECT er of the Dive-Inn I3ar, inc.
I 1772 NW 79th St Phone Licensed Insured ,I .. .
Cfu ROP.R"A'QTO' R: 091-9131 He invite all 'Each Nite- Ladies

\ 2200" : 34 11l7 his old friends to come 888 N. E. 79tH Street 2nd DRINK ON THE -----J

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SLIP COVERS you'll find like-new exclusive d.eue., Mon. thru Thurs. .75 plul tu

r S \"IYSTAI.Hun CAUftl eiiAt suits, skirts, blouses, shoe all original. $1 to $5
S ION* LASTINe Mink, fox and other stoles and fur jacket $5 to $10.
S ..1y'UISTAJfTj Cashmere sweaters $2. Mink collar $5. Preteen 6f\
eUAlANTID /' o""no1d ,. dresses $1. Men' pure Italian silk! suits. $3 and $5.
j S 11Wllluua.. T TA Blue serge suits $5. Sports jacket $2. Pant, shoe

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16' THE MIAMI, TIMES, Saturday, January 9, 1965

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NOTICE!II!
b' .cj' 1 To parents of children LYNNJEFF

._ Ages 2-5 KINDERGARTEN
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6601 NW 24th Court I
term registration for
(In Stlma,Ala., last Saturday,Dr. Martin Luther King made lotvre. they don't listen, we will march by the thousands on your child at the.new 696-0891 or PL 9-6779
statewide est, most beautiful ,kindergarten Pick up and delivery
an urgent appeal for a new Negro voter registration the ballot boxes.
drive in Alabama and promised a "march on the ballot boxes Police restricted the area around the church In advanceof call now. .
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by the thousands" unless the campaign succeeds. the three-hour rally, after two white men were arrested for
The Nobel Peace Prize winner spoke to an overflowing( throwing a tear gas grenade in the Negro neighborhood. ......

crowd at Brown Chapel A.M.E. Church. He declared, "Today Several hundred of those attending ,the meeting signed up
marks the beginning of a determined, organized, mobilized to work in the voter registration drive. : 1965 SPECIALS BY

campaign to get the right to vote everywhere in Alabama."If Negroes must "willing to go to {loll by the thousands"if FORD REALTY Inc.
we are refused, we will appeal I to Gov. (George) need be to gain the right to vote. King said. 'j ,
Wallace. If he refuses to listen, we will appeal to the legit.t t EXRAL SPECIAL BUYIII! !

t 2031 NW 84th Street: A. real clean 2-bed.',

I' Sign No Bias Pledge or No Money :t room down CBS.and $46 ONLY a month.$8,000 To FHA.a qualified$250'

r buyer. r
All federal, government agencies which give old to loco While some Southern educators were reported to be saying
lities are mailing the recipients pledges of compliance with the pl.dges.lfqulre instant compliance and that they would t..3410 NW 12th Avenue: Easy terms for a' .
the 1964 Civil Rights. not have enough time t* desegregate their schools, a spokes clean 2-bedroom CBS. Florida room, '
The 'forms, which are required by the new Civil Rights man for the Office' of Education said that,the pledges providefor I garage. Deposit $150.

Act, must be signed if the aid Is to continue. A Justice Deportment 60 days in which to reply. Pledges constitute notice of 1 431 NW 58th Street 'A beautiful duplexin t;
spokesman. said the department is.advlsin9 the vari intent to comply with the Civil Rights Act and do not necessarily I an excellent area. FHA down payment -,!'
ous agencies, although each one I is drawing up its own form. mean the signer has already complied.If $400 and! $82 a month. Live rent$' :
Seven major agencies distributing funds to localities the pledges are not returned within 60 days, it was explained free. A

have received required White House approval for their rules the federal I agency involved will notify the local 1 i'
1441 NW 90th Street A
and regulations for policing compliance with Title 6 of' the authorities that there must be a hearing. If it becomes apparent I home : delightful 2-bed-$
room with POOL in excellent ,
act, Justice spokesman sold. The others are completing their the locality does not intend to comply, steps will betaken 1 area FHA minimum deal an- All for I

programs, he said. to stop federal aid. $14,000 with a small down payment.
The agencies whose plans have been approved are the If a locality pledges compliance but does not do so, a >I

Interior, Agriculture, Labor and Health, Education and Wel Justice deportment spokesman said, the case will be reviewed EXTRA EXTRA: SPECIALS
fare Departments; the General Service, Administration,the.Housing and Congress will be notified if the federal' agency or department -
t These homes can be bought with a small
and Home Finance Agency and the National Science intends to cut off aid. Congress may veto the cut-off down payment to,, QUALIFIED BUYERS
Foundation. j action. But if It does not, the aid will be ended. '
>3500 NW 205th Street: A clean 3-bedroom*

Girl, 15, Gives Birth to Babyin : CBS. Easy monthly payments.
3511 NW 206th Street: Exceptional 3-bed-
I
room home with many extras. ,
School Rest Room 20501 NW 34th Avenue: An unusual 3-bed-
room CBS with fence andl extras.

NE.\\i ORLEANS gave birth to a child
Will We Abandon (NPI) A 15-year-old which she left in the toiI I f TERRIFIC DEALS FOR THE SMALL
girl, went to her teacher let bowl. The girl has I.f EARNER
in Lawless Junior High been In the Lawless school
School and asked for per- only a short time having &V No down Go See Call
the Next Generation? payment us
room.mission Permission to go to the was rest transferred Catholic from the school St.PhiUr's + No down payment

granted and the little girl according to reports. Her + Street-755
went Into the ladies rest name was withheld by 2105 NW 47th NW 59th Street,

!J N MANY WAYS the young Negro men and women room and prematurely authorities. t 5810 NW 30th Avenue 1
J leaving college today step into a more hazardous world
than did the graduates of the last generation. = l O rss = '+1324 NW 58th Terr.-3061 NW 55th Street,

They enter a world that grows more competitiveeach f OUR NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTION IS 1' +
day-yet never has the need for cooperation been Open every day including Saturday and
greater. They find unfamiliar doors opening-yet the SELL "YOU" A HOME IN 1965 Sunday from 9 to 6 p.m. A

unfamiliar can be alarming. They sense change in the FOR THE SELECTIVE: t j: : FORD REALTYINC.
air-yet each of us resists change. t May we suggest you drive by and see the I Broker :
These past 20 years have brought many changesto
remain unchanged. finest homes built in 1964. The now all exclusive I 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue
education. But too many things 635-4595-
Many of today's southern Negro students are still dream home area development by t .I ................
Arthur Treister and Sons. Model
seriously hampered by poor elementary and secondary open every
ruled 'day and only five homes available hurry
schooling. Ten years ago the land's highest court so
segregation inherently unequal. Yet today only token Model: 1010 NW 57th Street. Miss Chris START THE NEW YEAR OFF WITH
desegregation exists in the South. t will show you around. "
Can we allow one-tenth of our population to be Priced from $15,990 to $20,000 BUYING A HOME FOR YOUR FAMILY

Not inadequately even for the schooled next year for We the refuse next 100 to abandon years? No.this 3 large bedrooms, 2 baths, Florida room t DRIVE BY THE FOLLOWING THEN

next generation of Negro students to mediocrity.Send t -
your gift to the United Negro College Fund, FOR THE CONSERVATIVE: CALL EDISON

22 East 54th Street,New York 22,N.Y. We have many 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes 340 NW 40th StreetCBS
t as low as $100 down and $60 per month t
All gift *rt tax deductible These homes are being mad'e' available by. 2-bedroom home, garage, dining room.
your United States government. We have the $250 down FHA, $10,700 total, $79 month

t keys so call us today. t pays all. -.-


from Quotable Americans WE ARE PROUD TO PRESENT A 339 NW 39th StreetCBS.
t SUNSHINE HOMES. Brand 1965.
new
QUotes Dining room, large kitchen, screened!

like these invest in boys and girls. Men talk 3-bedrooms, 2 baths, Florida room homes porch, wall ,to wall carpeting, blind street,
about buying stock at the bottom. When you invest ina t Models open Sunday from 2 to 6 pan for safe for children. $250 down FHA, $75 I
boy or girl you are sure the youngster is going up your inspection month, $10,500 total.
and there is no telling how far
4020 NW 3rd AVENUE
"I invite every man and woman in America to take aflyer -
in Youth Preferred. I predict a great future for t Mr. B. Earl McKee will show you this one t
4100 NW 14th Avenue
this security. You are sure to get a man or a woman-" 524 NW 52nd STREET
and you may get a great man or a great woman You'll find Mr. George Major for this one Lovely CBS corner duplex. Like new. 1 side

BRUCE BARTON, author "Tht Man Nobody Know t 3021 NW 69th TERRACEMr. furnished. 2-be-drooms each side. $16,500
f'.VCF National Campaign Chairman J959 I960 1961 Edward Malnick will be here FHA valuation.

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430 NW 59th Terrace
235 NW 47th Street

JET TV CLINIC 3 large bedrooms, 2 baths and what a Duplex CBS each apt. 2-bedrooms. Only 5
; t Florida room t years old. No qualifying. Reduce to $15,500.

.. Terms arrarnged.WE .
l HOME SERVICE CALLS $1.00 t
i NO QUALIFYING
Day or Night HAVE MANY, MANY OTHER HOMES
Furnished modern 2-bed'room CBS. One t
VV. Smite All Mk. W t mortgage, only $71.32 per month. Easy AND DUPLEXESWE

HI-FI's and STEREOS down payment Call us to see ARE OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAYAND

W. Alto Rea' t' Universal Real EstateSONNY t tt SUNDAY

TV' by the week or month
EDISON REALTY Realtors
WRIGHT, REGISTERED BROKER ,
907 N.W. 2nd AVENUE t t
Open 7 days a wek 0 wan to 7 p.m. 175 N.W. 62nd St. 751-2441

Phone FR 4-2044 4600 NW 7th Avenue 751-8642 ,
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