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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 17, 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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At a City Commission meet1.ing or dept ived Ot' hirtHriiiU*
a Wednesday.three Negro officers Mayor Robert King High The Rev Theodore Gibson, I
who have been working and.some of the other commissioners who accompanied the trio Wednesday .

.> ..., .detectives for aa 'long as demanded arursers to said the officers :had
; 14' years charged that they why the Police Department re* faithfully performed their duties !

Ise' sll, 1 II r o were ordered to report in uniform assigned the officers justhours but now the city was
YSY within hours before the before their four year total. dancing a "fandango! to
time expricd for their promo Commissioner David Ken avoid its metal duty' to them..
tion to the status of perms nedy a.ked.'tb1' were they Among other things Father
Amt detectives removed the day before?' And Gibson said; "The city has to '
, Under Civil Service rule, why wasn't anything mentioned maintain its, honor and "':integrity -
the :mon said they would, have before?" by doing what is morally
l been eligible for the rank of City Manager M. L. Reese right The reason why these
detective sergeant Wednesday;. replied; "I was trying to forestall men are :where they are todayis
the date "they completed,.)the future suits by other because they are:Negroes.'*! J i
, required four years of ,coqlinuous groups, S was considering the The commissioners decided :
service. ''' equity of everyone." 'at the end of the stormy session ,
Nine men seeking detective Reese said the problem.. that, for practical""'purpose
sergeant status without competitive that It the nine officers are v the men'haVe' fulfilled 'j
exams .lost' s court eligible for promotion with- their four years. It "they wins
I :; fight receptly.They'appealed. out testing, then alt those their appeal suit they are ell- .. j
The three of them Appeared policemen who have' passed gible for promotion. If",not, ,1
Wednesday were Officers Ken Civil Service exams and are they will,have to abide'by the '.}
The coveted Volunteer of Valor Award of Variety chU hen'. Hospital to '
: goes neth Jones, Whltfield Carrol now. on promotion Hats would ruling of the court.
I I' pioneer publisher and, humanitarian H. E. S. Reeves (center)'at, the big testimonial I

banquet in his honor Saturday at the DeauviUe Hotel.

f v :. Congressman Claude Pepper (L) and Representative Robert Shevfo ,(R) were m NABS TOP TEN KILLER HERE :j 1

:among the many civic and government leaders on hand to pay tribute to M*. Reeves.

t The event was a benefit for Variety, to help the hospital secure funds for the free A 21-year-old Chicago cop His brother Richard, who took over my shoulder." ,

medical care given to .sick boys and girls of all races,religions and economic status. killer was captured hero Wed part in the robbery is still At the, hearing Black!,said '.
More than $30.000 was raised'for'the hospital. neaday aa he came out of his being sought. he would return to Illinois
.r.-......." 11th St. rooming house. Black seemed relieved and voluntarily, He was locked up,.
4 FBI agents surrounded the'remarked to police: in Dade County Jail and bond
house at 218 NW 11th St. and "I was tired, of looking was set at 100000.) '
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'( TlJbetity Residents Orw, 'min' was; killed :fand 113th .love. ';Jordon Harls,.,49;
;.. :.t r j$ jam. ,. :Tuesday. in, thettMpenmsnt ,- breek-ins and Shoerifting.Police \ 'It i!
Friday of was'
r of,M ynof Hall 51, said a printed state, .two othws Injured, 1420 NW 72nd St., critically 'i
when scaffold folded, the injured. Leon Kirkland.
"' mont found in Hall's pocket a
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'restedhirn. indicated that, he was aboutto Nautilus Tower. 4142 Jef-. 21 of 8245 SW 4th' St., was in :."
;. Halt was charged with receiving sell the goods. Protest Playground Grab Person Ave.'Miami Beach. good condition at MU, 'Sinai '1,
. and concealing stolen "Hello neighbor: I'm sure The 37-foot fan killed Cecil Hospital where Harris also !
; property and held under you are not going to believe me, A meeting waft held Tuesday tending Holmes Elementary Hodges, 48, of 4820 SW was taken. 1
125.000 bond. but It Is true. This little store evening at the Liberty School, Liberty City Elementary -_.._ ._ --
i' right in your: neighborhood Square Community Center to and Drew Elementary
I DetR. J.Rem of Metro and ,with prices the same as you discuss with tefonts of the will attend this .school.Tenant. 84-Yssr OM Dto iitr.sM 1.,1
Det. Joe Murray of Miami's will, find in the bigger stores. Liberty City Project a propo- and community .
1 'burglary squad. said they Don't take my word for it, come sal of the Dade County Board leaders who were present at :
f' ,Mound suits, dresses office. and, see.for yourself. Open 24 of Public .Instruction' to establish the meeting protested ,their An 84-year-old. Miamian was Dapple.:car had jrwa'a stop'...an :
;machines*.pistols, rifles, ste'vreoS -' hours in the very near future." a: primary school on plan.. With ao little play area fatally Injured Saturday in achain at ,the intersection. investigators t'"", !
|, radios, shoes, toys and Armed .with-a search war the palyground, in 1 that area., available' for such .a crowded reaction:.accident that 'said ; I
wine and thai 'place "looked rant, the officers, went to 'community residents told, the piled up three cars at. NW 10th Dickens' car, bounced by :
f}; .like, department store" Hall's address. on a bouts UP The plan) o/jthe; School. school board to look elsewhere Ave. and 58th St. the impact, rammed into a third .f ''
-..;: Some of die Items have but found DO evidence of nbn., '.Bowl; is to *su <,a 'portable for the land.''he-vacant Police said Fred Dipplo. car driven by Mrs. Mozell i.
t, been Identified as having been bers1:operation. school as temporary .water department 'property on 5634 NW, llth'Ave., was,riding Dean 33, of 1129 NW 68th St.
\ & '' a lead ,west of: 67th St. at 9th Ave. was suggested in the cat ,drlven'bY: his wife Dipple died 30 minutes Iao .
the Community Mary, when iti lowed broadside in Jackson Memorial! Hos
f Building,which tea temporary site.A : "
MOWoman Dies the into the auto of Hayes Dickens: pital. The others involvedwere
,Housing ,Authority will further hearing will be held
i ]ease Jo 'th. preset; and at- this Friday. of 4225 NW 29th Ave. 'The treated and released:
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I ; Jacksonville:, Ki r, Calls- for Isycott .f $. Africa, RhwUsta, '..rte.lDr. : ::1

her sister said "the doctor
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"massive" The time has come for an
has proposed a
3 business. as "Baby Flo" died thyroid trouble. She went on a C International) alliance of
Africa
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"' last weekend while visiting diet in 1949, eating only let boycott against Peoples of all nations against
'latives"in Jacksonville. tuce and skim milk for months. Rhodesia and Portugal by the racism. Ifce time has Home:
Mrs Flora Mao Jackson, She. still gained ,40 pounds..", U.S.. Great Britiari, France fully to utilize non-violence
1 ,35, ,was born in Sugar Lark, 'In '1955 Baby Flo entered A f the Soviet Union, Germany and through a massive international
t Miss.,, near Meridian and hit camaval and' sideshow work' Japan. boycott the international -
t the 'sc'ale for 10 pounds at that in Chicago, weighing 621 Speaking at Hunter College potential* to on nonviolence
time. When she was 11 years, pounds. She appeared in exhibitions to raise funds for imprisoned has been ii'
never employ-
i' Old, she weighed 267 pounds' throughout the country black South Africans, King ed" .
} and kept on gaining' weight, since then. 1 .
It 'She weighed 840 pounds She is survived by her husband
. ,shortly before she died, her George: her mother a L P MP Y
mother aid. nine-year-old daughter; and :

.l .. Miss. Alma King of Meridian, several brothers and gimlets.'Aircraft I

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after police said ho shot
t i \ ", A South Dade man died Mon body as the fir swept throughthe Mlflmi..DadA Junior College President and Mrs. his wife six times at close I i
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day in Jackson Memorial Hospital plane that was being overhauled range in a dimly-lit hallway or 1 :
Peter Maslko, Jr, (at right) greet Professor and Mrs
of burns he received Nov. in the Eastern Airlines : outside their apartment. i.fo$' 26 from a rushing blaze in s hangar at Miami international] Leon Robinson Upon their arrival at the 'President's Reception a7 r;
for faculty members afternoon at the !l
Trans-Caribbean Airways jet. Airport. Sunday Willie C. Wiley '32, was .,.
His. cleaning fluid is believed Employed by EAl*, Flunory college. Nearly 1,000 guests attended the festive event arrested following the alay esday; sbqj// f
to have cause the fire. was believed to be working t
which launched the college'A holiday social season. In Ins at 2040 NW 3rd Avenue. t't 1!
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receiving ? Mrs were Vice ; .
.Thlrty..lf"1oar-old Horace started firemen said. Hi- ,
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Richmond Jli.hta.. ,sustained Ignited and trapped;him, an brose Garner, bean and Mrs. 'Robert McCabe, and Dr. his wife Hannahj 26, following "v >y., \1 '

I I burns ,o (80'pcr cent ofhis EAL spokesman said. Mary-Jeanette Baylor with,:'her young 'd tighter..Missy. a* domestic quarrel., I ../ "T\\t";


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,'Reeves Testimonial Elegant AffairMore THE LARGEST RENTAL AND MANAGEMENT .HOUSING

AGENCY IN THE SOUTH. OPERATING IN DADE AND
than 350 Miami ana Robert King High who recordedhis Rev. L. A. Thompson' Hon.
attended* testimonial banquet greeting that was played to Sir Etienne Dupuch of The OWARD COUNTIES., MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE

fat Miami Beach'a palatial the audience. This one is Nassau Daily Tribune, Harold THAN HOUSING UNITS.. THE HON. L. ,L. BROOKS,
10,000
Deauville Hotel last Saturday adorned with a key topping a Dunsky, Director of Development .
'\night to honor newspaper publisher 1 arge M,in recognition of"Two Fund; C. H. Reeves, PRESIDENT., \ ,' Ij'
H. E. S. Reeves, for decades of untiring community London, England;Mr, and Mrs. .. \ I
45 years of community, service service, a man whose actions Walter Perry, Commissioners
to Dade County and as a dedicated have always 'been first and Sidney M. Aronowitz and
supporter of the .Variety always in the public interest." Ralph R. Poston. I'r
Children's Hospital. Two certificates of award Telegrams were received
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: Preceding the dinner was a were presented from Greater from the following: State Rep. t {
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Deception, enjoyed by the Bethel AME Church,Rev. S. A. Lee Weissenbom, Tom Quinn ''.' '
guests. Cousin, pastor for Distin- Chuck Hall, Mayor of Metro I\, .Ft ,
In attendance were city officials quished Achievement in Journalism Dade County; Mr, and Mr*. ,.
Congressmen, Clergymen and another for Distinquished Charles Wars, Washington, ', '
and prominent business Achievement in D. C.; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph :.'
?aid professional men and women Leadership. Cooper and family, Philadel- : ,\ I::
from all classes of the Letters of congratulations phia, Pa.; Elton Oissendanner, 'J'
community. Rep. Robert Shevin were received from Rep. Murray Mesdames Blanche Dean and .
served:: as toastmaster, and H. Dubbin of Dade County Alice Harrison,Bessie Forbes ,;-'-'. .' "' "
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Father Theodore Gibson gave I
the invocation and.benediction District Superintendent '* 'f'I:',I. S -.<., .

the The well-known principal Rep.speaker Claude was It B EMPLOYMENT i, .. :., "
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Pepper, who thrilled his audience > .. .
with an appeal on behalf 1336 ft 38 NW'3rtl'AVI.. : offices in Holland at. and Ft. Laodtrdale. The staff consists of five collectors, four

hospital of the,that Variety inspired Children's.pledges. Established 15 years 1 office.. girls, and the, supervisor, serving a host of happy clients and..tenants.. ... ,

He also paid high tribute to. FR 32106JOBS
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duced i A Volunteer the honoree.of Valor Award 1 For the Best in Housing Call-
was presented Editor Reeves Available NOWIII!!!

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financial upbuilding Variety Service Station Maids Pvt. Home Bonded Rental' Inc.
Children's Hospital by President Truck Drivers Hotel Maids Agency

William Burko. This Hotel Porters Cooks Pvt. Home
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PHlLasDFER World WI!. Ir..dcls', 'rorN CRVSt1Oi Here

I was sorry to read of the -- Convention He is .also howd over1 lopal, ",c p; n l d :byUe'Radio Sen.

paAsfajt of JBraach Rickey,. the The the Florida Church State of the Lord stations in Miami, Jackson* for Choir,of, Philadelphia. Lo.;
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I'i baseball executive through Christ of the Apostolic villa end Tampa. In addition cal: choirs, soloists, etc. will
Jesus .
whose valiant efforR ,Jackie .the be, heard throughout the,
Faith will convene throughout to these brosdcastis ; :'. cor\..
1 SlClfitttWO RCCVES, Eiitwr MM), Pulll-twr_ Robinson,"tho nut. Negro the state beginning Wediies-. Whole Truth Gospel Network ventlon., .
' GARTH C. REEVES. MetMjInflM Edits: baseball player, was able to day Dec. 15 and .m 'con- I* aired nightly from coast to duct Bishop. :Shelton, will- con.
special
the major leagues. Florida divine
enter elude Dec. '19 at the coast In the United States Heallnr
BJb.r of tU National' Ne..,.,.,. P"bll.tt.r. AUH'.t' Abuitder of champion baseball headquarters, 1500 NW .54thSt. Canada Central Anerlc and Service at the I1allandale! .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES teams he wanted the best .,'MiamiIn the Caribbean Bishop Shdton'church: 407 N. Dixie Highway

: "Kg'YEAR.(5.00 SIX MONTHS $ .OO FOREIGN $4.00 talent possible and he knew order to reach. more is also heard 'worldwide every believe Friday in night, Dec 17. $
that of those,so talentedwere people Bishop S. McDowell through the the power of prayer
many at noon
Enttni M Second Class. Matter. August 9, 1927 at the Past denied the Shelton will be conducting the Sunday Worldwide. are Invited to .attend this and
>Office >Bt AU m| Plorlde.' unj.r tte oct of March 6, 1876, being. opportunity services at various facilities of WRUL aU other services throughout
of performing in the big convention irw main MghHgnt of this'con"cntion
the convention: We
Offlc'," 1"0 K.W. 15th A..,," .. Phone OX 1042 leagues simply because of local churches throughout will be live good are expecting -
their skin color. 'Yet, this is the state.Manyy worldwide broadcast on Sunday representation each
"CREDO: t>P THE NEGRO PRESS"Th. of you are familiar night from the members of the
side the Branch Ae Miami
only one on at 12 noon from
ttCRO PRESS "II.",ss that Anwrlc can bast load the Church of the Lord Florida diocese as well
with
.*.. Rickey Story it is the mater.111 church auditorium. as
world
from+ rfeclol' and national' .tog.diM when It aec Us world members .and friends
.rd..t. vary man ,.,.,.,... .f tec*, cr... or *,lor his' side, but thero 18 a far Jesus Oui.tthrou&h Bishop Shelton will be ac* .t thcr st.tes.WOOLWORTH'S. from
tawftn and ...., rlg' ,.. H..... no aMI". fearing no' .,,-the more Important'IIlde, as' you wide radio coverage. :Bishop _.
ftat| ffwis strives to hot* ovtrf man In the firm ballot that will now see. Shelton is ,heard every night
.il mn .. ..hwf o.. long o. onyo. ., >. h.ld kock. Mr. Rickey had seen the ,excel Wednesday and .Fridayin

degradation caused by racial mo Florida area over XERFof
YE EDITOR'S NOTE BtWC segregation ; while playing Del Rio, Texas 1570 kc.,.
football at Oberlin College. :from 11 p.m. to 12 p.m.. CST.

Last Saturday evening one of the most pleasant had witnessed the humiliations 1 ?.m r
events in my life took place I'm sure all of.our readen suffered by a fellow player; YCU5IQ PEOPLE ACTION a. t
) know exactly what it was. However, I am telling it Charles Thomas a Negro fit CLUB
hotels when their team played Because of the interest

again.It was a Testimonial Banquet at the beautiful away from home. snown by the youth during the

Deauville Hotel on Miami Beach, at which I was the Later, when Mr. Rickey was last political campaign for the
honoree. vice president and field manager .,.city commission, especiallythe
for the St. Louis Cardinalshe group that worked in Mrs.
This occasion brought to mind a Testimonial
my .,
was visited by his friend,lAthalle Range's there Is' :
given me by citizens of.Miami 16 years.ago at the Dun- Dr. -Thomas, who was now a desire camp a civic
to
bar School auditorium. On that occasion I was given a .. dentist. A Game was about to'youth a club for sponsor the entire group rho k.:1 t

gold watch, a fishing rod and a scroll with many alga starts but Mr. Rickey remainedin that worked so faithful during vj ,.
natures. I Was a happy lDani his office to visit with his the cempaI=n. Some of the Junior -
The testimonial on Saturday night surpassed that friend because at that time workers who worked hard,
I Negroes not allowed in
one inelegance and otherwise. It was for a most worthy the grandstandiof were ball park but found it lots of fun end in.tere.tlnl *.

cause-benefit of the VadetyChildren's Hospital. That Pointing toward the ball. as well as .educational I

. added much to my happiness;for this institution for the field he said, 'Tommy some doing so were Law
handicapped is doing such wonderful work. day we're going to change al rence Hanna. Ivan Bethel I,. 14f'4ir
Preceding the dinner reception when Ye George .Brald y. Mona Mon-
was a
this. And he effected e ,instrument cur. Ralph Gregory
t Editor was pleased at having the pleasure of greetingso which the Smiley, smlteYj 6
many friends and acquaintances from in and out of change. It is evident that this George Copleland, Douglas
great .work of integrating the
the city. Washington, Larry Brown
Ye Editor expresses appreciation and thanks to major leagues was not just for Azell Archie, Dennis Legree
financial Benefits but for the .
the hospital authorities and the Testimonial committee Anyone interested in our ter.a
cause of justice itself.
'selecting him as honoree. group may call NB 5-2821 for
Mr. Rickey has left us, but
Thanks also to Mayor High, Congressman Claude he will not be forgotten, for further Information' 6-8 p.m.
Pepper, Dr. G. W. Hawkins and other participants and his life stands out as a beacon I will announce our opening
all those who were generous in making pledges amount on the road to the unity of meeting to all new interested .
ing to $30,000. all mankind. boys and girls.

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Announcement by City Manager Melvin Reesetelh GIVE YOURSELF A.1965 LIFE LONG : a

that there.will be an increase in salary rookies CHRISTMAS PRESENT];. IN BEAUTY

joining the police force.Hitherto, the;.salary was $390-( : CULTURE BY ENROLLING. ;NOW!'
a month. It is now $409 a month-an increase of $19. '

I The department wants .more recruits, and this increase Special Low Down Payment

, .should behelpful in getting young' men who,can ( > y
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qualify to join the police force. Then too,' there's always v

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I LOOKOUT 1111 NW 3 Ave FR 4.9998<

' Ye 'Editor guesses you read about the con-folk in {
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' the liquor business? If you have not, then look out if ;eypvxdusy...v .- :: -er el S1P

I you are offered cheap whisky said to be brought in a (,k '
from the Bahamas tax-free become rFp d
or you might just ra f
another con-victim at Christmas time. ; + ;)iX" :)+
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An elderly woman in downtown Miami was taken toa

bank where she drew $6,000 of her life's, savings last
Thursday and gave it to a strange well-dressed 'woman' Vas } '4 4j",', :".. f'n

' "security money" to share in a large sum. The con-

woman left her victim in a store to wait' until she returned -

with the big money. ..
The old lady kept,an eye on her,notified a passing

police and just before the con-woman reached the bus F :

.station she was nabbed by the law. F _.


HARD LUCK ;': Make it a tMHsical holiday

Mack Lee Hill, fullback for the Kansas City Chiefs,

+ who suffered an' injured knee in a game at. Buffalo last CHRISTMAS RECORDS

Tuesday and was operated upon on Tuesday, died, in
I Kansas City Memorial Medical Center. .

Hill, 25 years old,was a native of Quincy, Florida VICTOR PIANOS & ORGANS
! and a graduate of Southern University, .*..*
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'!If '.': Charles T,Rogers. has just joined the sales staff of Victor Pianos&Organs 300 N.W.
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: MIAMI TIMES'ADS' appearances radio TV,symphony have been concerts world wide.choral accompanying,organ and piano-Mr.Rogers'


MING RESULTS Graduating from Bethune.Cookman College, he \went on for further study at the
; : University of Wisconsin.Private study in organ continued. in Munich.Germany and at name it, and we've got it! Best selling
the University of Marnl.His radio work included a 2 year Saturday Music Series
* * * * * *,* WBBB,Burlington,N.C. on artists include Elvis Presley, Bing Crosby,

During his Service tow he was Chaplain's Assistant ot Ft Jackson S.C.presiding at Andy Williams, Chet Atkins Ernie Ford, Al
the Chapel organ. While overseas he was Organist-Pianist for the U.S.43rd Winged Hirt Como others. Also top Instrumentals -
Victory Chorus'ond Band, appearing in concerts ot the Deutches Museum Munich. Perry many ,
Germany) Solzberg Festival House, Salzbwg. Austria TV and Municipal concerts in and vocal groupsl! Find them on
URNITURE IARGAINS Amsterdam,Holland,other concerts in Vienna, Austria lost Berlin Pisa Italy and a
I (joint concert with the Munich Symphony Orchestra. stereo and monaural L.P.'s at the lowest prlcej
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The Holland engagement was broadcast over a nationwide hookup of the five major in town. Come see our complete
I. networks. The 31-man chorus sang to an estimated four million people. Their I :" Stereo LPs-1.87,3.97 Budget LP.'s, Kiddie LP.'s Sic
objective to get money for the flood stricken people of Holland.
Sold house, Must sell all furniture at 25% Monaural LP.'s 1.67 and 2.97

on the dollar. Wrought iron dining set, full Since 1960 Mr. Rogers has served as Minister of Music at Mt. Zion Baptist Church
301 N.W. 9th Street. He Is o member of the Miami
Chapter American Guild of
bedroom set; beds, chairs tables and bu- Organists.Mr. use OUR FREE LAYAWAY

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IMMEDIATE SRaU. FLUNG ;
Brfnt'this; ad to our ofI&c.and rvxbr .fr.. alA

D...Gorman' and ''Sea,. I c."lastmuMW .

HAVING and. GETTDfQ There is 119 Ji0pplnes la Real F' ttH, >fortg..." .

having end. getting but.only in giving. Half the world Bn.... mew AH P.4ta Demote tai .
is on the,wrong scent in pursuit of happiness 2688 NW 62nd Sreot OX 1-0380

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be fit the bed.sJd& of. her mother, Mrs. Cora Jackson. 1 r
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*' ({\nee Uta' Cooper who? met: with an accident and

sustained a broken loot*is recuperating at her Opa -

Locka homes...,> ./n, .,- Everybody loves a parade and these youngsters -
,*M- ." ': ..' "" ; : Were no exception as they participated in the Orange MT BUSOPERATORSei1LAYFFS .
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f..*\;Get well Wishes ,to Margueite ,Carey and'cil1:- Blossom Classic Parade of 1965. Members of the royal _
Newbold. patients at Jackson Memorial and Lillian court of Laughlln's Kiddie University are center i King
Mazon at home. Jeffery Key, son of Mr. and Mrs' Amos Key of 5331 NW
30th Ave. "' '::1:' ;:fTf, ;t Z;
: .1 Queen, Reglna Shade, niece of Mr. and Mrs.. j.)
.Former Miamian i' Monica Bethel.Rahming of( NYC John Rollins of 2480 NW 155th St. Opa Locka. From ,>," ', ,J' "I

is arriving Dec. '19 to"spend the hoUdayv""season with left to tight Anthony Waters, Sharon Clinton, Natalye 1" .".' MOLIIAVS : ,. :

her niece,and nephew Mr. and, Mrs. Isaiah Matthews at Owens, Wayne Lewis, Adrian Smith, and Rudolph Nel t *"MI ,546E.EAYE. ;, '" '"'

their home in Liberty City; son. The King and Queen contest closed with Wayne "" '.',:tt
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as'1st prince,Adrian 1st princess, Anthony 2nd prince, ,. :\
i?, Wedding bells will ring on Dec. 25 for Charlie'Mae Sharon 2nd princess, Rudolph. 3rd prince, and Natalye3rd ;:"\6'''Y_. .T ', ;,,"4" ./i;S ;
Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Haddock and Los '
princess. 4N$ "'AMZAY",It LW': ;
! ale Culpepper,' son of Mr. and I Mrs. Lonnie Culpepper, ? {f fh'S'

I Sr '' LIBRARIES PLAN FOR program for children. .I ".... .'ILI, :," 1111'.: '';;'dp. ,.:aa: i1"I
I, CHRISTMAS Dixie Park Branch wilt % '". ., ...:, ":.>< .SA'lrlll
celebrate the holidays on Dec.
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On Saturday, Dec. 18 at St. Catherine of Sienna I
the tam
I The City of Miami Public 19 with a prO&f&nfor
Rom Catholic Church.St. Albans Long Island, N.Y. ily.
the. sacrament of holy marriage will join Thelma Mary Library will celebrate Christ*
The Christmas program for I
Edwards and Ronald Stirrup. Ronald is the son of Mr.' man Christmas with programs trees., displays'and the Main Ubrary will be givenon AIHII WilliS

and Mrs.','1I Joseph Stirrup Jr., formerly of Coconut Grove. Ont, ec.18'in the surC-Bal-, Dec,' 20 at 1 and 8 p.m. It ,

Bay Branch will hold a film wilL .include the! .following ,
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I ? :.Little, : Miss Dolly Culmer-:entertained 't friends on films: "Santa _.Claus Suit" $5,800
Wednesday, Dec. 15 for her fifth birthday. Holly is the WhiCh stresses me importance ,
daughter'of Mr and Mrs. Alonzo Culmer. MUSICAL CONCERT AT bf faith and belief in the intangible -,
things which enrich
FONTAINEBLEAU life "Silent Night the I
our ;
Sympathy to the following families in the loss of SUCCESSFUL, story behind the writing of the '1

their dear ones Johnson, Brown! ,. Dandy, Monroe famous Christmas carol and
Lynch. Miller,and Simpson. I'I "On The twelfth Day," the' Alr; ''LY
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The La Pierre
Pain School'
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j.Mrs. :par.men Clarke J of Nassauils the. houseguest'v :'oc Musical Arts presented its young man wooing. lady .

of. ; "m11y:D'Iancey:? oconut trove. .*-'night'annual in Fall the Concert Louls-Phllllppe on Friday with gifts amusing at of Christmas.all Christmas Thismost MTA needs qualified, safe drivers, ages 21-

Here for the holidays from Hampton, Va. are the .Room of the FontainebleauHotel. films was designed by Ronald 45; 8th grade education, glasses permitted,,
Barle. The orchestra was con-
Barnett, Holstons (Helen Higgs) and 'son. They will be Jucted by Muir Mathleson, Fla. chauffeur's license.
guests of Pauline and Bill Johnson;' The society featured tone.
$ The All apattah,,(Branch will
from "The'' Sound of Music." show '17 "The ten
on Dec. ; n z'r
Alfred Mickell Is improving from his accident at "All are Aware"from the oper[ati.O l silent film starringwith
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Jackson; :, orial'Hospita1. n.;,,111be; lad.to. see:Altar The;Daua.hter' of the Regiment) vi
__ iit.e s'allow :vi1dt! rit. >i;'f "Tty ee Jacqu, mkI l
':O'.1,........:-.... ,0#:."" ,_ ,::,," '; ,." r:: !; ic of'"The Naughty Marietta" Marcel ,Morceau. and "On,
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Twelfth
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r 4 much to the 'eloquence of the Main and All branches'will
Noble, Jimmie Lee Williams! worthy matron of have'special decorations.

Supreme No. 18 has resigned her post, and moved to atmosphere.. :
Oakland, California to further her education in nursing. Mrs. Flora Roberts Woodardwan -- -. -.

the Sponsorship Award for ,!( '" 'l << tt !I.J.'i '" .'f., .. I', "" """'t',0. .. 'v' 'a'1" r
the second time and received a :::1" ,l "\ $- <"''irNr' ''N' ; ;
PROGRAM.DATELINES' ,
i ..:'" <:..... ",.;' ': !v : '. lovely silver trophy. When she :

deifl$2 Dec" -"Winter.1tJ,! rin' begins'7: *":, '>';' ,". -- ,'.-..'(";....;:.tnade'-remarks she extended an of appreciation invitation, 1 with iNows 'WHAT'S INSIDE?

Dec. 25 Christmas Day behalf of the school for othersto

CHRISTMAS SPIRIT I am the Christmas SpiritI trip join to the the group Montreal in taking Canadian the I' ....1 14Qb *:: .l8a .lH: ,ld XQk $. ,

enter the home of poverty, causing paiefaced Centennial Celebration in t r.:: ;,,::'.\. y".. v ", '.. ) ::;1.

children to .their wide in pleased wonder | 1967. She made it clear that : :." .
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open eyes ;; : f
members r.i .,
new are accepted ; : t
cause,; the: miseclutcjred,hand to relax, and thus "
paint's-bright; ;spot on his-soul.: ."' only through sponsorship, sinceit xr 1M"F' .E'.DEP'l 'D" SIT' "C,.0' X'IS., :' dAt :
'Tcause: the'aged to'renew their youth and'to laughin Is a.private society hooo.Mrs. i ; ,

the old glad way.I Veulah: Johnson,, one : '
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keep romance alive in the heart of childhood, one of the creative writers of ; Lltd."i
the society was also cited for :L1c.Ii :NutluulCost I So;
and brighten sleep with dreams woven .of magic. ," ., ,
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her presentation < ; ; : Y', ,,">f"lfJ I cause eager feet to climb dark. stairways with of the school 4' .4 M' ;j"'VY4Wi ( Y. Ii'. ,. "
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filled baskets, leaving behind hearts amazed' at the credo. fJ.;<, I. .'y 1' 1' "';, 1, .j.,{;" ; ,1'if \
Mrs. Rose Tucker M.C., !;' ,< :. 1i
goodness of the world. ({ PRICE PEQ YR SIZE ; ;
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by Anne Lowrie .{ l'l !
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I cause the prodigal to pause a moment on his > i >':fI., ,: ,:
wild, wasteful way, and send to anxious love some and Miss Betty Sue Anderson $ 5.00 3 x 5 x 24 @'.: [ q' ,I, Y

little token that/releases glad tears-tears which wash displayed. The school outstanding extends ability.its Fs $ 7.50 3 X10. x 24 '!)'J I: ;;'"' :, ',:,;.
the hard lines of ';
away enter dark prison sorrow.I. cells, reminding scarred man Hotel thanks Fontainebleau to the .hostesses and the all :":,;,;rte,, $12.50 5 x 10 >. 24 "1.'J'f\l' 'f'' ;yy;

hood of what might have been and pointing forward to :: (', ,' i" '
those who were responsible ( ':I w $25.00 10 x10 x 24 .. ..v.: I; .
good days yet to be. for helping to make. the affair r ;,::
I:come softly into the still white home of pain, .'successful and most enjoyable. r''k'&j:; )"0" ;";. '. ..I<',.,;;,; c

and Ifps that are too weak to speak just tremble in '1fLf..:... ,". \, : fJfri
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eloquent gratitude. ; ; '."" ?' l< ( :""I': :f : '.' 4.;? { ;: '. :; :{ \
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In a thousand ways I cause the weary world to 1 II YEARS OP RESPONSIBLY ::4i".f" .;" .. '' .J""i. '';' >!i4p''" ,.'..: ),. '
look up into! the face of God, and for a little moment BUILDING SERVICE TO 'd/<-'ff"f'": ",1110 W'E.' 5GGEST". '"SriTElSt. : .' ;>;;'11't
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forget the things that are small and wretched. THE! COMMUNITY ;glt: :'y';.,: "b' > ." <.' : .: ;, : '. ;::"' ; >; :;. (;r%
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I am the Christmas Spirit! lea BUYING er BUILDING ft..f"";";;, ;'1' ."; ', : MerriegLicense.(if(any)' .; ./li

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''tare I Is" back home again. I had a ball.
With the tr1p$.tarn .ma king. ..like .Freeport last week
end. and Nassau this weekend, I'll mostly likely be
called the roving reporter of the Miami! Times. But J>e-
for I tell .you.about my trip "aboard" ..not "with a
broad" (You know how yU mix things up sometimes),
I've got to retract a statement I made last week about .
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Sgt LeroY'\$ i h,1 guess I,was justplain stupid forgot ,\ ". .i.." .,.
checking ort the rumor before I told you that Sgt. Leroy I. ": ,. ', !
Smith was promoted to Lt. of our Miami Police Depart- ( I
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me it. I guess I;.'was just overjoyed at the good news, .;' I !
and did not tak :"'ibe time out to investigate. What real '. '
ly happened was that'Sgt. Smith took the exam, and it
was reported that he passed it. But passing does not
mean that he has been appointed.. until there is an
opening. With this I would like to apologize to you and
Sgt. Smith for jumping the gun, but I still say that .J
when it does happen, it will be another, feather in our 4w
cap .for the world to look at.As an afterthought,May I
I say that our City Manager, Melvin Reese, and ow
Chief of Police, Walter Headley, do not care about
race when there are qualified men for jthe job. I am
sure that when the opening does come, Sgt. Smith will
get:his, appointment or promotion or "whatever".
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,.?. PRETTY GIRL OF THE-WEEK, : Ella Moncur f ': ,} t A

PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Larry Batchlar
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MUSICIAN OF THE. WEEK! George Wright (Trumpet)

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Now let's go back to Freeport.As always, I travel .,, s4i.' 3t
Bahamas: Airways, and.had anice: flight, J.was met by !r'S Jd fig ,, p ,
Ricco bec ) se: !ayroeV; .iS'busy.at th'er blub It's the 91'' 91 ,a,3. 1,a to ,;{. a1 r a{ ? ,'ti'e, 4'
Pit te's Deny in the all new and beautiful Oceanus 1 .
Hotel.. just across the street from the gambling ca
sino of the Lucayan Beach Hotel. I don't want to hear
any more about Negroes gambling,* ,those guys over
there do more crap shooting than 'any Reggin, I, have
ever seen. We don't know."nothin" about crap shoot; ,

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Phyllis ,Branch, who will be there until this Friday, .
and will be followed by Jeff Addams, Chickie Horen f '
and the Dave Akins Trio M. C. Dave Kemp presents I HAWKI J $,
the.:nflUve portion, of the show which consists of the
Limbo and Fire; Dance.: The Trevor Wellington Band '. f411Ti$ AL. IGIITi1M .\
from Jamaica is still there, and' the holidays promisebig 2 Nts OIi IIkT.KC 11j
hagaaat
things and doings. But, today, as of this scribbling iSp.d.1
I swish over to Nassau to see some of my old
friends, and Xmas I will be in Freeport again. Well, so ',"." -j ., :,e. ., ea. Y:+.{ 4 T,0
much for that hog wash.
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:.. Let's talk about our folks in Miami. Like every .f .
body' wants to know where Milton Hardrick is, spending SPECIAL Sun Nile Only Dec. 19th I'I
his..Those folk who play Cuba vacation are scared to r
put a shilling down anymore, not knowing that theyare
gonna get paid if they hit. (a shilling is 14$),.. I
The cops are serious about this thing. Speaking of
cops, Officer Jimmie Wilson is working downtown and ONE NIGHT ONLYIIIII Irr f
is looking good. .Clyde Killens has something up his
sleeve, so when .you see him, ask him what it is.. .
We are sorrty to hear that Berge Vaughn lost his mothel 1 .
last week. Berge plays sax at the Thunderbird...The v.'
Dino DeRose Trio will do a one nighter at the Luca
yan Beach in Freeport on December 27th.
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** a w QUICK. NOTE DEPARTMENT Benny Lattimore ,
and Freddie Scott are gigging, in Lauderdale. .The
Xmas party at the Roosevelt Savings and Loan, Asso- ,
ciation will have the Warren Knowles Trio for their J ; !wI1uI
entertainment on Monday, December 20...Dave Marksis
making plans for a big NAACP benefit show sometime | ,0 vet _
in February which will star Tony Bennett and a ,
host of others.... LoMie Satin is back in town, doing, | At
club dates on the Beach...Will the businessmen of Appearing 0niy HARGj
15th' Avenue p tthe Xmas lights as they have been
doing injhe years gone by?I didn't see them last year. ]
Richie Delamore. Nassau balladeer, was in town to cuta
new album with a big 10 piece band. it should bea
swinger ..Chickle Horne will be the co-star in a
movie come February. It is sort of a"go-go"typ e
thing. Don't forget, send me your name. and address
for your Xmas surprise and with that, y'all live life, .
every gold minute of it. PEACE! SUNDAY ONLY!!! Showlime 1V30


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::J c'i, lg 1 a at'H ldersol Asks Salary' 'frtim l 1 nashore.i. : ''h I

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president Judge Henderson, formet iron out; the differences and, as president until December.Judee lIeDdcrSO' .hie salary." life of the community for
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!t) term payinc his salary until his 'a Ier'to Local 1416; Marine and Council Uterine an Council,AF1X3O aa s political and civic deal, ., :- .
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a "ysiwndiag th* next throo'YW.* 'in "'}be- Southeastea* cdt
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KELLY'S CHAPEL AME i JWWM'SVITMESSeS! CITYWIDE MISSIONANNIVERSARY ST JAMES ,BAPTIST IN


1 Rev. H. J. Bensoii, pastor More than 900 of Jehovah'sin NEW LOCATIONThe
Flossie Marshall, reporter
; South Florida are expectedto The City-Wide! Mission St. James Baptist

We had the pleasure of hawing attend' A circuit convention Mrs. Lulfi Moran, president Church formerly located at

two 'distinguished visitors Dec. 17-19' 'at' Dilard!' High will celebrate its anniversary 323 NW 14thSt., has' moved to

Sunday. They were Brothers School in Fort Lauderdale, this weekend at the St. Mark NW 2nd Ave. and 49th St. The

White from Englewood, N. J. Bennie Crump, a local over- Baptist Church,. 'NW 5th Ct. first service will be held at
; MT. CARMEL
and BAPTIST
WOMAN'S DAY HUGE Smith form New York.Alaio Beef said hero today that this Bear 19th St., the Rev. C. W. the new location Sunday at 11 .
some
from within the City Wade, pastor. 6.tJu 'and at 3 p.m.. '*' dedicatory 225 NW, 14th. Terrace ,. ;:
'I SUCCESS AT ST. JAMES and $is the! gathering of Circuit No.
we were happy to have
i Friday night at 7:30 all service will be the fea Rev. D. A. Bradley pastors
,t Sunday, Nov. 21 was highly them worship with us. 20. Crump added "we expect members of the group are ex. ture. A number of the ministersof SI. Louise McGriff. reporter.
successful both A missionary meeting wu over 400 from the MiaroC area
spiritually pected to be present, and an the community will particle V\
end financially. Our speaker held as 3 p.m. Sister Bensonis will be the public talk "Whatthe inspiring service is anticipated. pate and churches represents t We had a wonderful Sunday

'. Mrs. Leenette Pennlngton held supervisor and Sister Dixon &.therinsponsored by the The celebration will be The original St. James was School lesson. Our eyes were

her audience spellbound withdQ president in charge. Watchtower Bible Society.. closed at 3 p.m. The public 1 is 1ir.viwrt built by the late Rev. J. C., opened td see the facts for

wonderful ,ideas. We were Council meeting. was held alClewiston. The assembly's high point .. Johnson. The present pastor" ourselves' ,The morning service .

blessed with the presence o( Quarterly conference will be the public, talk "What -" Under the leadership of Is. his brother, the Rev. J. LLJohnson was wonderful. The pastor .

f the guest choir of St. Paul will be held there Friday .Does The Resurrection of The President Moran the CityWide The removal Was delivered a great message. '

I Cocomlt Grove. Music for the night. The pastor is asking for Dead Mean to You and Yours." Mission has done a good', made necessary to make place The evening service was de:. *.'.

; day was furnished by St., Paul a full report. C. G. Thompson, a district job in helping the sick and for the North-South 'Express livered by'thp pastor. We had4

of Miami, Female group of the Mrs Shepherd hurried to supervisor for Jehovah's Wit needy. way one joiner who will be ,bap:..

I Southland Singers, Mrs. VaWdcz the bedside of her mother in nesses and former West Virginia tized. ,(

r Murray, the Glee Club of Hendersonville.: .N. C. Mrs. High School principal We wish alt| of you the belt!'

( AHepattah Juniot High School,. Ruby Payne has, been very ill will be the featured speaker GRACE PRESBYTERIAN RECOGNITION DAY for the Christmas season., May?:,

I. New Macedonia Baptist Churchand with the virus but. is improve of the gathering. An audience- "Christmas Joy The Whole On Sunday, Dec. 19 at 3:45 the Lord bless you. Visitors '",

.j' New Mt. Zion AMI Church ing. Mrs. Willie Thaw is on of 1300 is expected for the Year Through" will be the p.m. Recognition Day will be are' always .welcome.. '";'I+.,'$$ ,

I. choir No.2. the mend also. Mrs., Hawkins gathering, Sunday Dec. 19 at sublect of,our Sunday,morning observed at the Dade County }

Our chairman, Mrs. Arm hurried to the' bedside of her 3 p.m. when the major address sermon. At 7 P.m. this Sundaythe Children's Home in Kendall. MT., CALVARY. BAPTIST

Smith and Co-chairman Mrs. brother )In Vero Beach, an accident ., will be delivered. Sunday School will present The guest speaker will be Mr. 1612 NW 'x I't'
5th
Jessie a'Y"
Smhh, want to take Crump said Thompson's ter- its ,annual Christmas Ct.
victim. Mrs
J this opportunity to thank each Rankins Isaac Withers the superinten- Rev & Aitchison pastor :
accompanied her. ritorila' district covers the entire program. Constance Carter
who
make
"i i person helped to reporter"
and carry out the plans for the To the Robert Williams' state of Florida and a Congratulations to the men dent.Members of the staff end (
The
.' day. family, Salters Chapel mourn major part of Georgia. and women who have been children will be taking part on celebrate Pastor's Aid Club will

I Congratulations to Queen with you in the passing of elected to serve as el irs, the program. its anniversary'off,
Dec. 19 at 3 p.m. Rev. D.'A.*. ,
cousin
Jessie Smith who crownedfor your in Sarasota. deacons and
was trustees for
'. Rev. Morris Elliott will offer :
Bradley
''' and his congregationwill
.. raising the highest amount MT 1966.. May God bless all ol the invocation and Rev.
'. TABOR BAPTIST be hand
oj on to help, make
of money and presented with a us as we look forward to a Ernest. Hutcheson Jr., will
s NEW MT. l AmAH the anniversary *
bouquets of roses. Rev. P. S. Brown, minister prosperous New Year give the benediction. The pub Everyone is invited a success;
this'
4 Our pastor Rev. J, B. Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor Dessie Crockett! reporter Let us remember especiallythe lie id invited. celebration to
t
sick and shut-ins during ,:
Blacknell wants to take this Sis. Evelyn Floyd reporterNo. The choirs of Mt. Tabor are
1 choir would. like to this Holiday Season. And let
,
opportunity to thank ail of the presenting a special program
ladies; of the.church for every thank St. Mathew Freewill "The Christmas Meassage In us also r member.Grace.You are .'

effort to put forth for this day choir No. 1 for their donation Song" Sunday night, Dec. 19 always. ': welcome at Carver

because. it helped him to make Friday night. Also No..3 choir at 7 p.m You are Cordially invited .\\1 ;'" :

''j one of the best reports at the would like to thank community to attend. ST. PETERS"A. 0. Quchs I"

annual conference. for their song service Sunday r Mice Crockett chairman of The children of St. Mary's

Our Christmas exercises afternoon. Both choirs want to the Christmas Committee and Guild cordially invite you to
will be held Sunday during the thank each and everyone who News
.the committee request your attend their Youth Day rally
1 evening services. Parents and took a part to make their program '
presence at the annual Christmas on Dec. 19 at 4 p.m.at 1745
friend of .pur' church School % Wolfe. .ow, ""
a success. Our First y
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'" program Sunday, ,Dec. '26 NW 3rd1 Ct. Speaker for the '
members are asked to attend Lady, Mrs. Louise Shipp,,had : 'F
: will be Rudolph Orjuna,
at ,,3 p.m. A very elegant program day Thp Rev. N: Sears of 4191
and, encourage' these young to fly to Cleveland on a, sad : is being prepared. pl I' come out and help. Hallandale

w people to carryon theactivities 'occasion,. but wean glad. shj?" ...The,, 'BTUfrejR ...wi.ab..to. a ..tlhle. dar. a success. Beach Blvd., passed *
of the Church School.) had'a safe trip.' Sis.MadelyADavis thank each''pdrson Who; j helped j \:? : :;s Ss ? 1 Friday morning, Dec 10 at y
a1fi"t 8 am. at Memorial Hospital,
a'mronina ,
; services is home recuperatingfrom 'J
to make its financial "Season. "'
,. ,;' HBW8WP MB. Hollywood. He was pastor of
)will be held at .the a broken arm. We are asking al
Rally" a success by reach Rev. J. B. Jenkins, Westminster ,Baptist Church. .
church. pastor, ,
r It a hoped that as all of you for your prayers
ing its goat of $500. The captains Ruby Lee Carr, reporter He is. survived by his wife. '
bmii
many persons as can attend for our sick and shutins, especially reported as follows: nq'Eddie' Lee Pfct-
this service in an effort to put. Sis. A. R. Brown who' Miss Services were wonderful Henrietta, five daughters, a man popular local ,bu l-
Spring. Crockett $181.50
Christ into c hdstmas.MM had to leave for Jacksonville 1 Summer Miss ; all day with our pastor preachIng .M. four brothers, three sis, *. nes man; to the new owner -
Ruby Sweating
ters cr the Dive-Inn Bar
| 17 grandchildren and a
to be at the bedside of her 158; Winter. Deacon Lawyer, ,the rooming sermon and host of other, relatives and 1772 NW 79th St Phone

I*EY SPEMS very sick brother. $123 and Pall, Mrs. Powell Rev. Oilman .preaching the, friend._ _Puneral_______ e.rv\r.em_ __ n\___ ;will... .fiOl-rOWl. He, invite all
The pastor is asking the 4 1118 plus public collection. evening sermon.Friday 'be j held Saturday Dec. 18 T. at his old friends to comeand
And the angle came in unto entire church to accompany Total $500.01. Dec. 17 at 8 p.m., meet new friends.

her and said, Hail, thou that him to First Baptist Church of the Male Chorus will begin 10:30 ajn at Central Baptist Everyone wvlcome. iriflf
Church'
Carver Ranches with
art highly (fauvored the Lord Opa-locka at 3 p.m. Dec. 19, their anniversary featuring ,
is with thee blessed various choirs of the city witha Benton Funeral Home in
art thou we will have an after service charge. '
among women. And when she Sunday night with Rev. A. D. TEMPLE BAPTIST musical program and on Sun-. ,*+***...*. EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING

; saw him she was troubled at Hall and congregation. Rev. L. A.. Thompson, pastor will day, Dec.conclude 19. at their 3 p.m.anniversary they- The South Broward Post At Reotonoble Prices .

his saying, and cast in 6 r Sis Gabriel would like to with Rey. C. H. Smith No.! 8195 VFW will hold its Quality Is .wr trod shark>4 '
shank the Services on Sunday will
) mind what manner .salutatithis quaret.for. the song last
meeting for 1965 SHOES SHIHED AND
preaching the anniversary Sunday DYtDj
aer :
ebould"be. center around the spirit of
And the service Sunday night after ser
angel Dec. 19 at 4816 Pembroke Rd.Refreshments .
.. cordial ;:Shoo Craft
A invitation recover
man. Is experts
Christmas. The
said hymns,
unto her, fear not Mary; vice. Remember, ,let us attend songs
will be
for thou hast found fsuvor with our church regularly. and messages will all point extended at this time from the after the served 1'j your; .shoes with Ve fabric f'

1 God. And behold thou shalt to the same theme. You are president, Boa A. F*,, Blakely meeting Folia Boyd of your d,.... Byolng of. f
invited and all members of the Male ommander, Charles Hart, ad '. loath.
conceive in thy womb and to spend" the day at jutant. end fabric shoos ,

bring forth a son, and shall NEW MACEDONIARev. Temple. Chorus. .......... HEELS HALF SOLES1WHOLE l'

Call his name Jesus. He shall Roscoe Jackson, pastor Mrs. Elnora Bain, presi- INCARNATIONFriday SOLES ,

be great and shall be' called Willie J. Beard, reporterAs dent of the Training Union, LrI 1 n AL'S SHOE REPAIR :

the son of Highest and the the old is was out Sunday morning after Christmas Eve: Midnight 6020 NW 7t. Avenue "
slowly
year having been confined her Mass and Sermon ,+
Lord shall give unto him the to
going out and the new year is _.pj{Oppo.||. Lincoln Ilat'1
Bonk
throne of his father David: and home several weeks as the result )
rapidly approaching,' we at Sunday a.m. Low Mass. AL
WILLIAMS. OWNER'
he shall reign over the Houses:Macedonia are truly thankfulto of a traffic accident. J
of Ravid for ever: and'to his God for bringing us safe Parents_ are urged to coop Sunday-11 a.m.Sung Mass and

kingdom there shall be no end this far, for keeping us closein erate with The superintendentby sermon.BEH.4NY. .. -

-Luke 1:28 through 33. our right minds, for im- sending their children on -

So until a Jater date, if mensely and wonderfully blessing time for rehearsals for the ',1

God's will, Happy Yuletide us. There is so much Christmas exercises. Give the S. D. A.

and God bless all of you. that we can thank Him for. He kiddies a chance to be their .
The
choir is buzzing with
has done wonders Yon us in the best
excitement as it prepares for M' k
past and if we continue to
CHURCH OF CHRIST
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its annual Christmas Musicale
abide by His Commandmentsand
to be held in the main edifice
(SCIENTIST)
do His will, He will blessus BETHLEHEM BAPTIST
of the Bethany Seventh Day
"Is the Universe IncludingMan even more.
Adventist
Church
Rev. Oscar West Sunday,
On last Sunday night we pastor
Evolved by Atomic
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Dec. 19 at 4 p.m The publicis
: Farce" This is the subject had as guest, Missionary and Mary T. Hopkins reporter invited to attend. This A1 1 CENTER
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Mrs. Kemery of Tunisia, Arabia.
of the lesson-sermon be
to
Christmas
Our services throughout the Musicale' promisesto
Missionary Kemery told of 490 Hw llth. St.
presented in Christian Science spiritually uplifting be of the best 377.Q525
...* tm<>i..iii..vt, Ufa In Arabia day was one of the
: Churches this Sunday He will be speaker the fourth and the junior choir rendered season. ;
A major theme will be the music morning and night. Elder
Sunday morning. Won't you Under the direction of Mr. Directorf :
ultimate of the
" supremacy spiritual Lewis Howard delivered the L. L.
come and hear him'/ ._ Farrington the Bethany
laws
" through which morning message and Elder M choir has made '

," God's will and government of L White brought the evening ances around the many appeir 2741 NW 49th St. -.
city and in 635.1327
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:. ZION HOPE BAPTIST message. bordering cities '
addition to selected passages surrounding J. D. John ton, Director
Parents send
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f from the Bible on the topic,, Rev. P. Freeman, pastor child or children to Christmas puonc at are available to the '

t there will be readings from the Sis E. Jackson, reporter practice 5 p.m. Thursday. The nation contact any time Mrs for Evelyn lnfo B:-CENTER ;':
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Christian Science textbook. Services were high all Christmas program will be held Tynes, NA 1-0470 or Mrs. 6709 NW 15th Ave. ) I' ".

You'are always welcome to 1 day last Sunday. Rev J. C. Dec. 122 at I p.m. We are sure Barbara Glenn MU 17525.Mr. 696-4350. .'
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1'.., church, services Suhday 11 a. Woodard of Cleveland, Miss. you will miss a treat it you Carl. Sutton, Director. .... '
It .m., Wednesday; b.nv. and tuse and. Rev Andrew Jackson are not there. V. Edgecomb, president .' *'" "

our reading room Monday- Baptism Sunday at 8 a.m. Mrs. Maggie James. reporter. E-I! CENTER "
, the preachers.Baptism ,
were
Friday 1 to 3, Wed. 6 to 7:45. Sunday morning at on Virginia Key Beach. 731 Lwcl St.;'Fla. City 247-7741 '.'

;!' The officers and members _
the church, 7:39 if the weatherjnmDcn't Pedro '
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: forget to pray for Wish a speedy recovery for TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO Toy Director7.7 .

) .- the sick and'ihutins. Baby Cynthia West at VarietyChildren's CHURCH SUNDAY .. .. ,,, ..
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HO- I Goodbre A1IeyResdents ef,3-MonflJ Stay

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.: < 'r 'O66dbread Alley will still / .< : ., Christmas! :'m a s,ge ,by Rev* visit the Inmates in tho COUbtySllrt
LiVv.a? be Ooodbread Alley until Borne- ,SERVICES AT" *- Theodore Roddy \pastor'of the and city jails* ...

'\ ... '" I time in March,according to an ''SWEET'uG'S"'EST"TE, Allen /Chapel AMB Church, Ft. .
r: "I announcement made Friday by Pierce,"'"Dr.' Sweeting:will beN ..,
(: IdIILllI the State Road Department and Christmas, morning services wetting a. special\ gold Jeweled f'A NURSE'S' .AIDE
O'f; ,I the Miami Housing Authority. will be held at the Sweeting's crown that was presented -,.. '
t:" ; <, It is in that area where a Estate :2148 NW 4th SU : at 6 to him specially religious I SCIIOOLrun
Lo'1j '.! l'.,1Hi' mammoth interchange is expect a.m. 'Special music by Dillaird services. TIAIIIIIIIIftJtI, AlDIS 'i"
; !1f". ,, :, 44'IIS ed to connect the North-South. High School Chorus under the Came out and see the Great, 2380 Wst FlogUr 1 St,. jiColl
, ,, Expressways. direction of Mrs. Rhoda Speed. Man of God Dr. Sweeting will f
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r ,' I t. J" State Road Dohilo they are eligible for upon .
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4311. It PL., "", '.1 .Ldroodi:2: "atlas $tOO ilown+ :"TM: :;R mainly because they were too Ooodbread 'Alley will have distributed among the child., ,I ,
:ERA, 511x" f 3 GQl ; n E*e i*; eztru' k1tcht","'eeaj: poor to get private housln,. three more months to go* ren. Dr. Sweating will Also

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12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 17, '1965 ''. : ; ;
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RAN CE. .,:. ,, .." tears Roebuck Hick1714 RICHARD50N ,}??; .,
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NW %.d'Ave., died.Dec. J?. Remains ., ;
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Fritz Cunningham of 1275 were sent to Ru Valley Louis* Edmonton of 418

NW 7let Terr., was dead at Oa, on Tuosday for final.rites*, 2nd Are.. ,Homestead, died.
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1:1 arrival nt the Jackson Memorial Survivors are i wife daughter* Dec. 10. He' leaves! to mourn, ':
Dcd.. :11. Mr wife "tfeti and several
: ,Hospital! on two .oris"Jwo"brothors, three Mary t. ,
Cunningham is survived. by his sisters. .1',, It 'friends Services:.'held In the
7" Mr. and Mrs. Fritz, chaple Wednesday at 3
p.m.
parents .
CARD.OF"THANKS CARD THANKSIn ill .....M' T i
, Of Cunningham St., two sisters, Frank HOward, 1123 NW -- ->

> ,\f 1 ,A Requiem Mass was, held, recognition of the. late In loving memory of our Naomi Ware! ,arid Ruth Jefferson '5th PI ace, died Dec. :8. 'Service ';Alfred Reed Finder'infajJtson. .
.. ; Saturday? morning at 10 p'clock: HERBERT B. D. HARRISON dearly beloved i wife, mother,' ; a daughter, Marjorie. his were held Saturday from of Mr. :and Mrs. 'Alonzo'"
and Mrs '
I ; grandmother sad sister grandparents,. Mr. Church Survivors '( Tile Ruth Finder died'r&
" j { Dec. 11 for M" Samuel Carey (BROTHER) the Triumph :
Samuel Lynch; an. aunt two Pep, jp. Graveside services .
. 76, at the Church of the Incarnation who departed this life November are'wife, two daughters, Lillie
5 1965 in f .. :Cervices will be held Carrie Higga three were Wednesday Dec., 15 at '
, 1 I, where he attended! Commerce Oa. Saturday at the MetropolitanAME ,Seymour ; .
He died Thursday morningat and the late. n sons, Riley, Willie James Evergreen, Cemetery \ :
Church at 3:30 p.m. "
'., his home after a long ill- NELL BERNICE Walter Howard; two sisters, .
\ ness. He lived in Miami for SNGLETERY (SISTER) Harold James Hanna of four Brothers. Mrs. Rebecca Rollins of
fit' i 40 who departed'this life November '' 454 NW 10th,St..:died Dec. 13.
\ years after coming here 1941 NW, 57th St, ..$8cd aU|
:{ from Key West. ., "at' 1864, NW 24. 1965 In Miami. PI a.wTh the Veterans Hospital on Dec.,, Frank Montgomery 553 NW Shot leaver td mourn. hejf' :father .

! 63rd Street. Harrison; Little. Walk 13. Mr.. Hanna is survived by 19th St.,:died Dec. 1. Services Willie R. Rollins, a,sister,
:
Mrs,Inez Polite brother
1 H? is survived by his wife er and White Families wish to a his widow, Annie; two sons, were conducted Monday fromSt. two
;\'"' \ Ethol, a'daughter' and son that express our deepest appreciation tl Eddie and Harold Jr.;' four John,Baptist Church. :Survivors James and. Fred Rollins, of

,'.x 1 J live in New Yak and an for your thoughtful expressions daughters, Harolene Cook, are wife and friends. Tampa a grandson. Alonzo '
I.;: Wright a cousin Miss Bertha
; ] adopted son, Livingston! of sympathy which was Gayneit Collier, Florence Calhoun :.
J ,j. *T The family wishes tcf express ,the, greatest of comfort to us and Harlene Spencer; 11 Samuel Carey, 1864 NW Holmes. .....
."7 spec il thanks to the in our sorrow grandchildren great grand. 63rd"St.,:died Dec. 3. Serviceswere :

,' (| priest, Albwt Funeral Home, Especially t to**'the Dan children; abrother Cornelius conducted Saturday from !.i BURLAHG ASSOCIATES

;;. r: .the neighbors of 63rd St., Young Funeral Home and efficient Hanna; two step-brothers. Ivan the Church of The Incarnation,
. "i Jackson Memorial Hospital' staff, Monroe, Ga. The and Claude Rolle; an aunt, Services were conducted Sat- EMPLOYMENT AGENCY

t t' { staff end many thinks toP Harrison Grove Baptist Church Emily Stirrup. Services will be daughter, Mrs. Marie Eloise 502'N.W54A STREET

.1, friends for flowers, telegrams, and .associated friends of Mr. held Friday at the :Church of Robinson. two sons, Samuel 757-7674
t and cards. F: ,and Mrs Robert Law, Mays Incarnation at 2 p.m. Braxton, Livingston Carey.
: j The Family ville. Ga.. the Commerce Hospital ----- 'co. '
and
Flats domestic *
and'ass9cated( friendsof MRS. JOHNNIE MAE DAVIS Joseph Munroe of 1859 NW Mrs. Mary Williams,.172 NW trcial' |fobs in till*-,orta.ALSO ..
CARD Of TOANKS 0 Mr. and Mrs: Bunyan Bar who passed Away December 59th SU died Dec. 12. Mr.,Mon 12th SU,:died Dec. 5. Serviceswere .-
:."'t Commerce, Ga. The Range 18. 1963.A roe is survived by, six sons. conducted Saturday from -
i' ',1 We, the family of the later .Memorial Chapel and efficient Excellent domestic'open*'
loving thoughtA Levi Alfred. Phillip Nathaniel St. John Baptist Church Survivors -
" staff, the Goodwill Baptist 'Edward Mrs tag now la How,York end
i secret tear Josep, and the Rev. are a daughter *
.:... Church the Mt. Sinai Baptist Keep your memory very dear Munroe; two?daughters Ethel Holmes nieces and Com ectUot.Trail portotie
>\" Church, the Mt. Carmel Bap God gave us strength to fight it Ethel Rolle and Julia Wright; Nephews. advanced.

ItoIIf." t1st.Cburch, Jackson Memorial Courage to bear the blow three sisters, Olive Clark ) .

/ Hospital Chaplains Office But what (t,meant to lose you Sarah Bethel and Anna Clak; James G. -Smith. 2160 NW .

, Perry's Florist, Decathlon Social No ono will ever know. a brother, Ben Strachan, 20 62nd St.,. died Nov. 30. 'Services
JIIt Club, Friendship Charity James W. Davis, husband *grandchildren; 40 great-grand were conducted Saturday SEWING MACNWCREPAW .

and Social Club, WMBM and Melvie Gray daughter children' and three 'great-great*. from the Liberty City chapel. I, :,SPtClAl-' "

... 'WAMB radio ,commentators Cassandra, Cynthia and grand 'children. Services will Survivors are wife, five sisters Cleaned and'oiled ,

Willing Workers Club, Royal Ronald Gray grandchildren, be held Saturday, 1 p.m. 'atMu Jessie Mae Mack Beatrice 0 Adjust all tension ,
Social Club and Clifford Matthews Katie Pord'and David ; IAndcr.oo.slater 'Olivette. Baptist Church. Bethel,Mozell Odessa Brown, .0 Check motor and Control :

all of Miami. and.. 'brother Minnie Lee Thomas Eva Mae Check all wiring

. The Jackson Park Fellow And Family Lee Snell of 1427 NW 2nd Irving, two brothers Clarence A Change needle

, I. ," ,;, Baptist Ave passed at home on Dec, and Mose Smith Jr, A Chang b.U

-." ."I..& .'./....;/1''': .i'.' : 14. He is survived by his Work done in your home.
friends of the Harrison and .
M' EDITH M. INORAIIAM Little Family, Chicago 111., '' In MEflniniAfit .mother sister Mrs Mrs Johnnie Delia Snell Knight.; a Join theNAACP Total cost .....!.!.*$3.

. J who departed: this life Novem the 9th 'Street Baptist Church, In loving memory of. our Services Friday at 3 p.m. in All work,guaranteed\
ber 9, wish to express our Bethel Church and the associated darling wife, mother, sister the chapel. Domestic Sewing Center '
.
::1', heartfelt thanks to our many, friends of Mr. ;and Mrs. and daughter, CALL 434-4242

;(friends and neighbors for the Willie Walker, Cincinnati 0. Mrs Ella Williams of 1226 .
; 'beautiful flowers, cards, telegrams The 1010 "Travelers Club .,
NW 65th St. died Dec. 14.- .
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donations
and during,and Associated friends' of Mr,
t. 1 ,our bereavement. and Mrs Charles Harrison Jtr She, Is survived by a sister,
I '
1 I 1 Special,,thanks to our pastor Covington. Ky.,,the,assoclat*.. :Mrs. Massie Williams; a broth- '
r the Rev H. V Stuart who ed' friends "of ;Mr."Col Ho 'an<; ier, Cove McOill, igeny nieces.. 'I. JERRY STERN! '"
i.7 delivered the eulogy that rwas'Clifford Harrison, Yoiaigstowfl, 'nephews. ,Arrangements". in Owner "aav, M

;, 'most consoling_ to us; also .complete.. '
: MBERT'S ALL-NITE
,thanks tax ,the, officers and Ohio.To '
f'' ",you whose names we t td
,members of, St. Mary's W. 'M. did "nor mention we extend to William White of ,1635 NW(6th DRUG STORE '
St. died Dec. 14. He, is
donation.me ,you, the same appreciation.. survived by his, ,widow Mrs.- 6th & Flakier
'Again many thanks
( The Family' $* Irene: White; two children, Says. ,
for their' excellent service Stephanie and Bobby; four sisters "
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May: God ties you Madeline Woods, Carolyn COME IN FOR _YOUR ,
Mrs. Lula Ingraham. mother CARD OF THANKS 'Dorsett, ,Catherine Singleton '' FREE 1966 CALENDARUitirnht

k And FamilyMESSAGE J We the family of the departed and Susie Miller. Services Saturday
-' at 4 p.m. 'at the A. M.
,
OF THANKSWe 'Temple Church of God in

I the family of the late I Christ

', )0 COLEY LEE WALLACE MEMORlA-- ] Jit mortal
ffarfe
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y .who departed this life on'November 1 '. IN ,

I 21. wish to expressour \ NEVI .TN BELLAMY In memory of'our dear mother' HAS Pttinterment. plots of" 8:frove ipece Ot less
\ sincere appreciation and .. who departed this life on MARY'DELORES GLASS "
..c gratitude to each and every ," December 17, 1956. Gone, GRAHAM ,ALSO I In mod I ate s..gllgrav..pacentlr.ent'. (

one who bestowed their kind- but not forgotten. who departed this life December Boxes end vaults 'permitted '

-t nesses bereavement.and services during the There's end an of'open the door road at 18, 1965. I I Gates optn 7 days for your convenience i,

our ,through which each must The battle was fought and ; NEHISI
Special thanks to those.who the victory, 'Ml. NW 41TH STREET '
won: servant of
alone and there Is
alight
;: thoughtfully .sent flowers, go we, cannot see our God well done. E. Johnson" Manager Hem phonl OX 19199WE'RE !

.j telegrams and other messagesof Father claims his own. From our eyes you are missing

condolence.Ella Ernest Bellamy but in our hearts. you
I
: M. Wallace, wife OAF never will be.
father .J' The Children and Family
Royal Wallace .
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Rut Marshal I! The family of-the J late axabaaa/\
I .::cxn ./........., sisters MARY 0: JOHNSON South DadeNEWS a A yX

1 and Children who departed this life Novem-

ber 25, 1965 wish to express FROM MT. MORIAH
CARD_.-. OF- TH/WKS/ our deepest appreciation to Sunday services at Mt. Mo

The family and friends of LENORA FINDER MILLER our many kind friends and dab were very inspiring. At
for the beautiful the morning services visitors
neighbors
the late who died November 11, 1965. ;
wish to express, our heartfelt flowers, telegrams cards were: Dr. G. W. Hawkins of
MRS. HATTIE L. BOWMAN thanks and appreciation to cars donated and many acts of Miami; Mrs. Lucy Moore New
our
"':-t. who'departed this' life November many friends and neighbors for of kindness received duringour Jersey; Mr. McBerry Goulds;

30, 1965 In. Jackson Memorial their kind acts of hour of bereavement. Edward Small Mrs. Alma Williams
many sympathy -
ONLY
Hospital., wish to express We'also with to acknowledge Special thanks to Rev. Savoy and Mrs.Thelma Graves. >. .
our appreciation to Fr. all telegramscards and and members of Grace On Dec. 17 the Women Chorus f ,A PHONE CALL AWAYTo (

Clark and the Richardson all the beautiful floral pieces 'Presbyterian ChUrch and is having a musical! t program ...

r Funeral Home. received during our bereave Bethel' Williams Funeral Home at 8 p.m. We are asking know that we are here"
.
Special thanks to Mrs.Nancy ment. We especially thank our for' their acts of kindness and all'1 to attend. Mrs*.Maggie Mae it, '
Parker and friends of Opaocka Bannerman W twenty-four hours a ,
pastor Rev. H. V. Stuart of for their excellent service. president.Our y ay"ii;

&. for T donations.ho Family St. Mary's Weslyn Methodist, May God bless each and Watch Night Services to help you-. !
Church for the everyone of you. "
consoling !,J
Dec. will
on 29 begin at 10
CARD OF THANKS eulogy. Many thanks- to all I I Johnson and Stirrup Preachers ,
p.m. will be Reva. '
who participated on the program Families ,,4;." with funeral facilities I:
The family of the late the Francis Funeral W. F..Tanner Sr., J. E.Murray, "i
O. W. Foster and other ministe be ,
MR. ARVIS 0. BETHEL Home ,for Its courteous and CARD OF,THANKS <. Plenty of hot coffee. t can comforting.
wish to express their thanks efficient service. May God .
We the family of the late .
and appreciation to their many bless alt .
you MRS JULIA MAE JACKSONwho Rev. Woods is asking pray.
friends for the beautiful flowers Mrs. Sarah Washington expired November 29 wishto era of the church for him. Let "My Father in Heaven, help .\;

cards and telegrams.To Mr. and Mrs. C. A* plnlay- say thanks, to everyone us remember the sick and shut- me:' never fo forge Thy Love
Father Gibson Father k
son
whose expressions of sympathy ins. ', it looks' to in '
fn
up me
\ f.Cooper and the officers and Mrs. Sarah J. JohnsonLONGHORN x
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comforting during + ****
were so beauty of the flower ."
members of Christ Episcopal our bereavement. To Rev. C. Mrs.'E, C. Reid and family a'. John --
Funeral Henry JoweffL.
Bethel Williams
Church C. Cowsen and members of left to spend the holiday in
I Home, the, neighbors on Trinity CMC Church and to the Madison Ga. with relatives. :-"t Oscar Ralll ""
Pierce Street and to all our House of Albert, a special .****..*** .

friends. May God bless each thank you. Rqy Williams leaves Friday FI.lral iiom.M .
one of you. Mrs. Leola Parks night for Cairo, Ga. to spend 1--4
f The Bethel Family And Family Christmas with his nieces.



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FOR RENT FOR SALE OR RENTLovely ,

Furn. Apt, Free utilities 2 bedroom house,chain roo REDUCE
Reasonable. 652-660 NW 27th Late to 6 pouads -
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15 WORDS OR LESS $ .25. 50 FOR ADDITIONAL lORD. -.- of 8-3981. $22 per week HE 5-5566.+ ,." WEEKLY

DEADLINE FOR ,CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON Apt Downtown area.','I bed 1545 5. W. 1st Street -
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$10.50 unfurn I bedroom HELP WAITE ,
fum. all utilities 18. FR 3-2748 .
.,\.. F90 SALE dajl'tficftin* '.Rental; Agency, CAB DRIVERS.. 'Apply ,at

Lovely 2 bedroom CBS, csrrt. $500 374-6306. 'lndcf Society Cab Office 269 N.W., DR., LONG'S CLINICMOVE .
.. Jalousie windows, .awn* No 21 at Street. Indf ,
inte, 2 air condo, appliances, home with .617 NW 8th St. Individual cottages 'r
encloacd front and back t ed 'Call Mrs. 'Donovan at
heath aaeparate CBS atorage porch. FR14620. Dec. 17
homo A wonderful buy at a rare buy III fOR XMAS
$10,500./ 1350 down, $72 mo. in for HELP WANTED
FHA. Key at Life Realty payment. SEE CALL dWER
Broker 4932 NW 7th' Ave. PL and better BAR MAIDS
324 NW 52nd Street
9-4371.Opaa Sundays. work with Attractive, over 21. "*3" or,
you. 'Phone over. Top alary, Room & Lovely 2 bedroom, CBS, Fla room, porch;
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pully furn.:3bedroocnaeparate 22nd Ave. Jerry at CY 4-9186 Key West. furnished carpeting heat., $10,500$750
garage enclosed front porch, 12 noon to 3 p.m down $80 month. :

PU- room out. Almost immaculate new insideand stove 2 --..._-_-..:L. Jan. '7 7025 NW 28th Avenue

and refrl,. Located on NW 37th Move right : Dishwashers and kitchen holp.Over' Like new. 3 bedroom, CBS, oak floors, huge
St. A bargain at $8,400 with 1045 NW 58 18 yrs. ,&ee Manager Apply
$300 down and $68 month, FfIA balance $ Holiday Cafeteria. 8288 kitchen full dining room, carport, 75x100 ft.
Keys at Life Realty. Broker, 'Chris, Biscayne Blvd. Indaf lot.,412,900. $1,000 dowr492 month. ..... ,
4932 NW 7th Ate.' PL 94371. R. ;
M.
Brooks
Open, evenings, and Sundays OW.lr Dtrct 751.1749EDISON

Outstanding Homo Income FOR SALE
Near buses
Very beautiful home cwt'largo bedroom
tot, landscaped. Large attach
ed garage,large FU room, tile Plus a 2 I82M3; NW 37TH ST.
fort, appliances, air conditioner 2 nice apt.
Duplex .Btdreom
fire place, wali-wal 1 Sacrifice. Apt.
carpeting, etc, Price is $13,500 ranged. Completely '"a. $80 par Specials
$450 down and -$77 month St. Then call ; .with. I Month security.

7th ARe a PL Broker 9-4371., '4932 NW Broker. PL Weekly $23. 1 week securi.

ty.' Adults only. No pets.
No Closing 'Costs Income Call: FR.3-3175 Evas NE

Lovely comer -CBS 2 bedrooms Fenster 40942. 299 MW 43 ST. CBS
on corner
,
2, baths, carport, red units. CBS. garageD
tile roof jalousie windows, near buses 1M 43 31 3 bedrooms, 2 bail, garage,
air conditioner, range. House real bargain. $12,000 FHA, $300 dow., No
is spotless and 2nd bedroo m NW 43rd.St. closing COl" ...
its outside, door.. '\..
has own "
Price irfliQOOiwith: ; $350 Realty, : FOR SALE ,1737 KW46 ST M Duplex plus 2 bedroom boated

down Life Realty and $68, Broker month.4932'Key NW at 3 bedroom 115 HW..c7th Street, 5891' NW 5 AV. 3 Udrooai, 2 baths, CBS

7th Ave. PL 9-4371. 'Approved 11M'I: Horne, excellent pa.,hI..,. 296 KW 51 1 ST. Nice ceratr property
down hood, I dtp* living & dining \
'abuses, room, whit. brick fool fir. 431 HI liB ST. CBS, Duplex, $12,500
On busy NW 17th Ave at 476' with
today. ploco gas log, two big
3 bedrooms 2 'bath,' CBS, vacant St. Open bedroom, convenient kit 6331 NWMA PL3 bedreoas, 2 baths, CBS,
Call Phone .
owner : 885- ...
,38Sa Fenster' carport, completelyattractively garage, $400 down, FHA
furn.fruit tress.
98779. : f.nc.d yd, walking distanceto 6615 KW 2 AVE $85 menrii No q.alifylng.3228m68ST. .
No)Closlnt Costs- school, bus.. Door-
.p.n
Lovely 3 bedroom home on 2 J Nice 2 from 2 anti l Son Sun. Owner. $65 elatth. N. qualifying.
lots, fenced, enclosed front 1000. Only 12500.
BUf NW 12 CT. CBS, duplex, 2 bedrooms each'
porch, carport, large tiled kitchen inent.Nice
central heat, appliances!NW,] 82nd St. side.
Price only.month$12 350, $350' do. Realty] If 1961! NWBI ST. 2 bedrooms, $6500 ';..01..:
and '$71 FHA. Life .
Realty, Broker, 4932 N.W. 7th Duplex. ,:CBS I LOVELY MMES ,I' J ((60x177. lot) ; ,

Ave and eves PL ,9-437l.Open. .,,n Sundays {be ,. ,,,l,b ".lit.:(V ir:\*t',or? *. .. 22W NWS7 STi.\ 3 Wroo.' CBS' ,,Flo room,

-- partly fum. T* Plats Ye $11,500 total.
'CONVENIENT TO BEACH terms.Only :
: seller pays LOTS FOR SALE UNO DI5PUCK? $100 DOWN
Custom built home Washing- Drive by I ARE YOU A VETERAN $100 DOWN
ton Park. Furnished. Hard Then call 55x135-4*:.*. 48fh T", .' .
wood floors tile roof move in .
in and, rent while being quail- Broker' PL : 50105-M.W.55" St.
fied. $100 will handle. Owner ; I '' ,EDISON 1
3J3"I Owner 1..1.... 51 Terr.A'l7Ave.50x10041st REAtTY, ,Realtors


West CARVER Hollywood RANCHES, just east! of Value.Suitable|Priced Two low for 50x140l,250CosK ( St. 175' N Wd'. : \ /.,:."',$t, ;:>,Z :J 244'l". '

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441. 3 bedrooms 2 full Drive] by Paid Per Lets, ,
baths, Fla room, separate dining Then call -
and Homes, Acreage
living room. Move i&htin Broker, PL ;
and buy like rent. UN 3- HEED MONEY
344L Owner ;FR 33304.
-- ; CALL BARON JE 8-1340 -.lIIIII
On 47th Street
!:o qualifying on this four bedroom -
and 2 bath CBS with 2 SKIN '
car garage Full price 10500. A law ." IIIIRTY FHA CBS HOMES CLOSMG COSTS ..,.
Check with! us for details if and .. PEN SUNDAY
you'll work with 'us, we'll ment ( HOMESNW 24 OQME SEE

work with you. Jhono OX 1- oa IBM NW M STREET

0262.Broker Biscayne. Realty, jnc. laboratory 27th Are. at 21 tlLt. Beautiful 2 bedroom, m bath, utility room, garage
9635- NW 22nd Ave oral Call CloUt Romano:. appliances, RC air cond., sprinkler, $12,090.$300 down

On 45th Street DR. 542-4071
No qualifying pn this four PL 1883 NW 76 STREET

bedroom home with carport and quiet gentleman .. ALL. HOMES FEATURE, Beautiful 3 bedroom, Fla room, dining' room, utility
Fla room. $500 down and move Call 6349654. Terrozxo Floors
ift ,. room, garage. Bar-b-q. $12,000. $400 down.
::wGt school and buses.. Solid Sodded'Lots

Check with us for details. 75 Ff.xlOO Ft. Modem, bedrooms, 2'bath built-in
Fla
you'll work with.us we'll work I Minimum Lot Size oven, room,
I with dining room, utility room, '$13,500 $4501 down.
you. Phone OX 1-0262.1 City Water and garagt.
Biscayne Realty, Inc. Broker I Home Sptciols For Xmas, Sewage
I 9635 NW 22nd Ave. Sliding Patio system Doors Beautiful 3 b.!room, 2 bath,' utility room, carport,
TV Choice of Exterior and' fenced, only $12,500. $400 down.
$200 FREE
I down no qualifying for 2
,
bedroom CBs. $16.50 wk pays Interior Colors Meat 3.btdroom, utility'room, appliances, fenced.Only ,
everything ,Appliances are' (With any home purchased this week) f Close to Shopping and $9,500. $200 down. Don't miss this, '
included. If you'll work with I I Expressways
\IJ we'll work with -you. For 7710 NWBTH AVENUE NO QUALIFYING THE FKLOWNG \

more details phone OX 1-0262. 2 bedroom 2 bath, CBS, with, extra corner I $11,700 TO $13,400As CBS, Duplex, completely fume 2 bedroom each side.
Biscayne Realty Inc. Broker, I : little as $78 a nor.VA Lire rant I,... $13,500 total. Reasonable down.
9635 NW 22nd Ave. lot., $9000 total. $300 down. $62 month. and FHA FINANCING

4 Befroom, 2 bath ********** NEW YEAR' Large family, CBS, 5 bedroom, 2 bath, appliance RC .
1 air cond F.nced. Price
$350 $15,000. Reasonable down.
j down, :owner pays closing 339 NW 39TH STREET \ SPECIAL
costs.This is 'area! beautiful -
: home '18.50 wk pays CBS; Fla room, breakfast room, ,$300 down; Oood until Jan 15. 1966 Only $60 mo.Neat 1 1 bedroom, dining' room,appliances .
Principal and interest. To see Outstanding Viany extras. Price $5400. $600 down.
call OX 1-0262.) If you'll work $10,000 total. 15 year mortage 2 Bedroom, 1 Beth Nona
with us we'll work with, you. **********
Biscayne Realty, Inc. Broker. I
$11,500 WE HAVE MANY
MORE
963' NW 22nd ATO. 2466 NW 91ST STREET
'.,.. ONLY $100 DOWN ON FHA HOMES FOR VETS
Salesman Wanted Lovely CBS, real honey, beautiful grounds. Any man or woman who has AND DISPLACED PERSONS
served In the armed forces L
Experienced preferredbut will down. month. $10,300 total
Only $250 i$65
train licensed for at 1 least 90" days Is
listing beginnerpest full eligible to buy a home for !&' fr' ''f' .{< "' .
office commissions and (221 CERTIFICATE $200 DOWN) for as little,as : "J ,

NW Realty 22nd cooperation.Inc.' OX 10262.Biscayne 9635 ALL NOW CLOSING COSTS!!! $200 DOWN ;J f'REAL' ,

p-- Ave. ALL GET FREE NEW T.V.III!!! I Liberty Homes


LONGIIORNII. Call Owner 758,8749 I Estates Built by the : 1260l... $w. Ytk' Ma. 151..5551
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I Christmas program "witt. bo h ''

presented Tuesday at. 7 p.m. :f <
in: the school cafetorium. We pot :pburtij

are expecting our Orchard Villa ,j
I I'C 'Family to be .present and '
: j on time.. Mrs. ,Marietta Bui- BstkikehaEDeanWhen :

_lard pearsall, president; frln ;lpal.Mrs. Clora M.


we'think of Christmas, the 'first, thing to coma to our
mind is receiving; ,ifts. Whenever we give someone a gift, we
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expect one In return.
I J HOMEOWNERS Christmas is celebrated throughout ,the, world. Many
,4,! ,i I Consolidate your Bill 'people celebrate it at different times and in different ways to
'. 4 I I'I Redact 'ye r Paynenti suit their customs No matter howdlfferently it is celebrated
:: Lower I Interest or the time of 'year it Is celebrated its main purpose. i is to
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j S your bring joy and happiness
,
'I'1 j' ( St ,) $1,000 People in the United States celebrate Christmas in many
:,t r, : I f kh' ) ': Pay Back $20 Monthly 'ways. They sing Christmas Carols, Visit'. their families .and
: (i'f"" ''f.jI' $2,000 friends, go to church, etc. The important thing is,that!all of;,
'. Pay Back $30 Monthly us will be able to celebrate Christmas in some way that.we
,
I''I r : would be I,' .
,1" $3,000 Here ere Nines in helping you to have 'a happy .Christmas:
:
11.'II< I jS f ,; ,,14 } !, Pay Back $40 Monthly' (1) If you are given a, gift be satisfied with it..Remember "-
..... I, I : '. I PHONES: there are always others less fortunate than you are. Although
I.- ss.: ,'', {;, ;, ,, 988-2775 688-2775 you may'not have wanted the gift you receive you,must
'J\ .I, ) "} ;.' *j",' r.,:" ,not show it to the person who gave it to you. Ho might have
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II'i' \ &' "> \: \ '): VYtrl !t', given you the best he had and by you showing ungratefulness.....,
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t ,rt makes him unhappy. 0
r' q" -vr (2) Don't skate ,in the streets that have hot been
ond Patricia Settles, third; especially -
'\ World of Miss American" were ;
i' ;The Pan American and -M M--- rwr.NonSarglcsl --.ft 1I blocked for this purpose. Instead' go to a skating 'ink''U'
Social Miss Lizette Johnson, Miss Yvonne Culpepper, fourth ,r
f t' Airways Employees Mary Frazier.Miss Ora Lucille not shown was Emma Laster Office (iI park or a street that has been e.pcclaUyblocked. "i'
i I Club president Roosevelt and her (3) When shopping you are anxious to get gifts for ,
\ ; W Infield held its annual Grief' Miss Yvonne Culpepper, fifth. The New queen Treatment 1!
{I .j I ,Miss Emma Lester end Miss attendants rod thn h* "tifnl everyone Be sure that you pay for these gifts. Don't take
"Miss Pan American" contest Bottles Pan American float In the Orange j RUPTURE PILES ;i anything that doesn't belong to you.If you haven't had thesethings
f-! I at the home of the president, Patricia Lizette ,Johnson Blossom Clsssic paradeand I Rectal Diseases, Vari-I I I before you shouldn't need them much' now. Anyway you
Lovely
1 ; 1730 NW, 68th St., Nov. 26. was crowned "Mips Pan American Orange Bowl that,night, I cost Vtins, Prostate No IIiolt I would rather do without them than to,be caught with them.r
: \ I j I The six charming young Queen; 196566. The Lizette Johnson's Hobbies | tlmt Discard 'Truss I I (4) If you aren't spending Christmas away' from home,
f ''ladles who vied for the title swlmminR. archery' dancing I spend time Christmas time
new queen reigned with dignity are Upon Correction' of Raptttrt.I : some of your with your family a
j and charm befitting a (ballet and Jazz), She. at-I Low cost. I of cheer and happiness. Let your families share happinesswith .
Miami tidison Jr. High I II ._... .
: ', ; 1 B. :T. fc NEWS queen. She wore a gorgeous tends DR. LONG'S CLINIC .: you.
"(., \ *' ,) 1 blue gown of taffeta, with School and the Congregational I Whatever: you do try to do it In the safest way possible. "
". 1 'h 'The team t English and drama Church of the Open Door. j. 1545 SW lit St.-FR 321461w You are the one responsible in making your Christmas hap
*.5iite 1 pour de sole ruffling the Mary P. Frazicr's hobbles..,___ -w_______J I 1
.. )0' classes presented the thirdin tall, long white gloves. She' are reading typing. She o. a .py one* .. iw .r. ---,-,... ,
:a series of four dramas on carried a bouquet of'rod and'white sophomore at Coral Gables - _.- JI-I[ _i5IIIJU"
'. the, theme ".Who Am I?" The, carnations. Lizette is" Senior High. --- -- -
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program waspresented on De- the charming daughter of Mr. Ora Lee Grler likes dancing -
Member 8, Iri the ''school audi- and Mrs. Oi.H*. P Johnsonof sewing, cooking and is a AGENCY
INSURANCE
torium. 3100 NW 49th St. rock and roll fan. She Is a junior ETHICAL

'': Badman !. folk drama starring Tho'new queen was crown at Miami Northwestern..
l Ernest Perkins, Howard ed by Miss Gloria Jean,Light* Yvonne Cul pepper's hobs W. 7th AVENUE "
Johnson James Milton. Herbert soy, queen of 196465. MissMary bies are typing, cooking andlistening 3432 N. ,
F. Frailer was first at. to classical music.f : '
Milton, Edward (Graham tend nt,Ora Lucile Grler, sec., She is Miami Northwestern '
SR 2 2's
Bobby Adams, Anita McGruder, High graduate. WE FILE SAME DAY ;, "', _,I, '

and William Covington Emma Laster likes dancing :

1 A faculty group also salutedin NQRTHWESTERH NEWS typing .ice skating, bowling .
the program W. C. Handy. The PTA wilt have itsChristmas and buying clothes and
The St. Louis Blues was played meeting in the auditorium participating In the Les Dour- IMPORTANT .
;, t by the group.. Members of Dec. 20. Parents areespecially geolsettes Club. ,She attendsNorthwestern ,
the faculty participating were;' '' invited to attend and is ,a, clerical
I f Mrs. Marvai'Duhart; vocalist, this last meeting 'of the 1965 aide at Metropolitan Court'i t :
pianist, year and share In: the holiday ", DRIVER'S' +
.4It Phillip Cooper, Moss: : *' House. WHEN YOUR h r.
Jacqueline Tooks, trombonist; iptrlt. \ : Patricia "Settle likei'typ.fng'dancingandteading.,

t Earl Counts, trumpet and. John Highlighting' the business. ,, ; She LICENSE, AT, STAKE" ..
fi on' the sgenda will plans fob Northwestern.BTW '
Dillard, bass. Is a senior' at
The PTA presented a mock the Teenage Dance to be .held YOU NEED, AN EXPERT.

faculty in the auditorium ,on in the gym January 14, and
IN THE
SPECIALIZE
BAND.AND WE
Deo. 10. The ,program was finalizing' plans for the an-
r nual' Musical Extravaganza to CHORUS'I IN RECITAL;
presented for the PTA scholarship FINANCIAL RESPONSI -
funds. ,Faculty members beheld February. The Booker T. ,Washington)
**.***.... School Music AND ARE .'
presented a pep rally featuringMrs. Hifth Derailment BILITY LAW
Ermatine Holton as Miss The cagers won their first proudly presents, its bancio.cichorus
'
BTW and Mrs Hazel Simmons game of the, season 60-46 over in their annual Christmas DEDICATED TO THE "

her attendant. It also featured the North Dade Thunderbirds Recital, Tuesday, Dec. '
Mrs. Rose Marie Anderson as last Saturday in the winners :21 at 8 P.RU in the school's PUBLIC. YOUR ML XtDOLFI, Office .nog.f
Miss Tornado Sweetheart and field house. Leon Knight scored auditorium. Admission Free? ,.

I Mrs Dorothy Evans as Miss 18 points as three other LICENSE IS YOUR, .. ,',
Homecoming. Other members of Bulls hit In double figures. "" : : '\: ::1 '
the. faculty acted as membersof The Junior Varsity won their LIVELIHOOD, ,. : YIM';: 'I'J :" '

f the BTW football team and contest 5030. The Bulls will CEHTERYILLAKIMBERGAKTEM.' '{ ., ,, 't".1"V" ", ,
:.. pep team meet Dillard High Panthers tonight
(I.! in the DON'T TAKE CHANCESPROTECT
f gym.
Seventh graders received H.W. 17TH AVENUE
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physical examinations and immunization
S I shots Dee, 7, 8, ,Students of the various social 'CERTIFIED PERSONNEL )

I, and 9. Students took these examinations studies ,clssses, toured HOT LUNCHES 'YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSE .
to 'start keeping lovely.Viscsya,during the past SERVICE "
PICKUP ,
II records of students from 7th week. The group was accompanied J "*' -"t;" I'" ':
1 grade. Mr. Robert Burke Is by Mrs. D. Hutchesonand REGISTER NOW '
II Mrs Letnmle Mitchell ,
CALL-633-1438
C ..,.nll OR 6K3M2Mrs.
of the
I chairman Health unI ********** :

cil student and chairman.Thomas Jackson Is Wilbert Hollo way, presidentof R. E. Copeland, $.,.

I the Student Council, was
Congratulations to 101 7th Heraldas ....
graders' in receiving reading featured Top Teen.In the Miami "WE PRACTICE WHAT WE PREACH"EILEE

1 h awards for the second six .......... .L JJ I,
weeks, 28-eighth graders recemred Members of the Spanish I
awardl and 73 ninth Club, along with their sponsor I ,
? graders. Awards were presented Mrs 0. Donaldson,visited }uJ
I by principal Nicholas Bo the Spanish Monestary on .
r4' rota .In a special. } assembly last Thursday.! BEAUTIFUL LIVING ROOM SUITETo
program on Dec. 9. Cherry .*.*......

Brow, 8-14 was named the In preparation for the Orange
most outstanding reading club Bowl Jamboree Parade I Be Given Away Friday, December 24th, I965J
'member of'the month. She was and Game, the Marching 100

presented, the special award the attended stadium practice The Dec band, 15 will at Come Into Store Just Fill In Drawing Card

i .by Miss Delores Hart, Mr. join other high school bandsin FEATURING THE HEW
Harold Mass, assistant principal -' Dade County in the pro- OAK SLACK SUIT Name Address Phone Number Is All That '
i for Junior High sponsored game and halftime shows at ,
the program. jhe Orange Bowl on New Unclaimed. Pests for Salt '

The capers defeated John Year's Day. Is Required. ,, .
**.****... AND
F. Kennedy High on I Dec. 2 by ALTERATIONS
a score of 6563. This was the The concert Chorus, along REMODELINGFAST W. do our own Financing Open every n itt 'til 9

e'lersfirst game of the sea with the Choir Ensemble are ,WE CARRY COMPLETE LINE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE'
working vigorously toward the SERVICE
son. Charles Wilson led the
in scoring. Mr. Walter.Winter Musicale to be present- Forward To See You In Our Store
Caldwell team the coach. Dec. 21 in Is the 60 auditorium.* for students Admission 717 NW 62 Sf We Are Looking

Students are continuing and. $1.00 for adults. HOMER and COMER STEMBRIDGE
))4. their tutoring program This PL. 83901A
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program was designed to help Northwe. em.* Vincent EDISON FURNITURE EXCHANGE Inc.
'1 .8th and 7th graders to better Hepburn was placed on the tuff wbll roe walt ,

themselves in mathematics..Miami Herald's All-City"football ". ytllll'" 6942 N. W 7th AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA ,

& rot,.high students are the team aa fullback for the
i tutors Second. tit am.

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GALE SAYERS SETS NEW RECORDSGale I. .' :: I

Sayers set all kinds of records in the Chicago .
Bears 61-2Q romp over the San Francisco .. .
49ers Sun -- ------- ,. "
day but one of the most important wasn't posted until OBC PLAYERS GET SOUVENIR WATCHES Special ..;a .,"" ,.., ",IiJ1o"
after he was in the dressing room. For the first time a designed Orange Blossom Classic watches from the iii' #. :' ;\ ""',":,:$1;I?'1'fif!8 :
Bear awarded Royal Crown Cola Co.of Columbus H..s
Chicago was the game football twice in ,Ga were awarded to :
one season. Sayers got it for his four touchdown tic players on the Florida A&M University Rattlers and ((: '
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performances
against the Minnesota Vikings. But after the Morgan State College Bears squads for participating ,"t'J:: "V
,his six touchdowns Gale's teammates just had to give in the 33rd annual Orange Blossom Classic in Miami "' 'BUY JOYf AND $AVE $ $ $
hlmMhe ball again. Owner Coach Halas said, "It Isn'toften last week. Morgan's Coach Earl Banks receives the
that the Bears break a tradition but this was the watches for his players from j. P.Henslee, general manager ALL C'sfk"| ) 2'3-4 BEDROOMS .ter

greatest football exhibition I have ever seen by one Nehi-Royal Crown Bottling Co., Miami. Rattler "4i' >JSJ.DOW>g :
man in one game. Sayers' six touchdowns tied the National Coach Jake Gaither received the Rattlers' watches from '
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otftnSI 'd
Football League record set Nov. 25, 1951. Ironically Woody Ansley, Royal*. Crown Cola., Columbus, Ga. ,ttnntDRIYElIY': 'o rs

both records were set against the Bears. Also C, _. PARE
Sayers' 21 touchdowns for the season is one over the oo --- : : ;

NFL singel season record set by Lenny Moore two FHA. $14,500. i$450 down. 520 N b4 .i: 'o.""." 1nrone '
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years ago and his 126 total points for the season breaksa Near Schools and Buses 160 N"' i 'II ....., r.1 Value
Bear record of 109 set by Johnny Lujack back In 'I 180 P'' :Ho
Duplex, 2 bedroom 1 bath each side th .. ... Qualifying
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1950. Gale taciturn ,
a off
youth the field
had to admit .
1770 ($ .... $ Bcdj 2 Bath1255W'84xa
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this
was his thrill
greatest as a pro. He was a flashin
the Omaha, Negraska and an all American at the Uni- 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Carport 141!} :nr: 15.1'it!):. ..ff. i Jit !'II(y In g
': ;; ..k... .. rooms
of Kansas. r.
versity Y. A. Tittle Modern Kitchen No r.
now assistant coachof Qualifying ,
88N1 wnJ: Kv"'H?):. :i A o.tV thl =
the 49ers praised'Sayers. He : m y
said that '
the M1JJll
was most $1.000 Down. Si t :<1"'\ ;
brilliant exhibition he had ever seen. ********** 8920 f;, .. !t.m.

'2 Bedroom, 1 Bath, Fla Room N\f { t......ft..d' .. J11y'1 All l .. ,

'., ; ,;.;, \DOLPHINS SIGN 4 MORE o FHA. $12,500. $400 Down. "if' ,: 1j0 N I9P\M.\ .... .. .. Qualifying

Bill Johnson, end punter from Livingston State No Closing Costs U N ) S'i ......\.. ... Free
College Livingston, Ala., 18th draft ,of Detroit. : **j ******* 243fNW( -tJ; MonthlyIlf111

ana.Tom Gallagher, tackle, 6-4, 235 pounds from Indi I: FHA, $15,700. $500 Down !: .'; ? ;;fu !
I 3 Bedrooms
2 Baths, Fla Room
Gary Crain, full back,6-1, 230 pounds, East Cen : v"I.

tral State Dave College.Heid, fullback, ,6-1&, 222 pounds, Concordia :: Large Carport Lot,, Loaded Deluxe with Kitchen, Extras REAL T'Y (iioKER))

-College, Minnesota. 'r: '"> : < t P' ********** .
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FHA. $11,500.6350 Down
TROPICAL PARK TOPICS :
4 3 Bedrooms, 1 Bath 811
Larry Loughry, top apprentice of the i Only $79 MonthUiiv.rs&IRiuI N.W. 54 ST. ':

meeting which ended Saturday is heading for Tropical j ;'" I, --:---per,_ ) Open Saturday & 5undo'y _:,
.,Park and is accepting mounts for Tuesday's program. Ii ".
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Loughry finished:i.fifth' in the final l N. Y. standings i j I EstateM .. "

hvhich race.t found I,B'Baezd"raaltti3' "a'runawa/offlie* J ) ftnv M WHIGlrf iHW; RKGISTEBHD'r BROKBROprn > WHY'' NOT LET:
.* Like many' ;'' other' promising. youngster before him 7 days u M>.e1c .-. 0 a.m: to. 'Ii; p.m. t HELP YOU?

young! Larry Loughry will find it difficult to find regu1 4600 NW 7th, ,Avenue: 751-8642 "

lar work at Tropical Park, despite his New York re- ...............
putation. During the first 15 days of racing at Tropical I
,net fewer than 96 riders have appeared in silks and36 t Y'Ly
haVe won at least one race. The Tropical jockey room
is so crowded that former favorites the r E
many among y
Tropical fanflock \IRi7.R UI HUflYiIJ Iw 8""
are finding it exceedingly difficultto ts ,
come by what they regard as a fat share of mounts. A
Apprentice Earlie Fires was absolved of allblamefor f" _
'4k -
the foul' which caused to the disqualification of his .

mount, Notante in the fourth race on Friday. for Nos Ex.Mpti.
Another apprentice rider due to debut at Tropical n

Park is Roger Cox who has 27 winners to his credit. Yes folks, it's just like we told you last week;
Cox is under'contract to Goldy Mitchell. 2080 ,NW 85 StreetA "He is Back Again;" Rev. Shepherd Boegater's ..aat
Trainer Kenny Noe, Sr. has check in from Kentucky 'The Wonder Man of God, Why not let this wonderman
and registered 15 head. Noe will be making his first clean, 2 bedroom, CBS with extra large help you with your different problems. NeVer
start of the meeting when he saddles Good Land in the Fla. room.. $250 down. $58 month. before in the.history of Miami has 'so many people
fourth race Monday' ********** "' been helped in such a .shprt time. 'This man,can
help you help )low e1f. This man is not a pain)
TENN. STATE TIES BALL STATE 14-14 1288 N.E. 15' STREET reader, he .i$,not a fortune teller, he Is not ,a root
Diminutive Noland:Smith returned a punt 74 yards Excellent buyJlI!!! 2 beck ooms, patio, garage, man, and I guess you know for yourself that he is
with only two minutes left and Eldridge Dickey hit extras $300 down. $73 month. not God. But this man is a God-sent man, working
Johnny Robinson for a two-point conversion to give *,********* through the holy''Scriptures of the holy Bible,,
Temessee State a 1, -14 tie with Ball State in the se- folks you have never heard a man who.speaks the
cond annual Grantland Rice Bowl Saturday at Murfrees- 18321 N.W. 39 COURT truth like this man, this man has said that God
boro, Tenn. What A Buylll!!! Large 3 bedroom, 2 beJh, CBS said, "Ye ask for what you want and it shall be

''-Smith, a 160 pound punt return specialist, grabbedthe central heat, huge patio, built-in oven & given unto you, if only you have enough faith in
ball on the 26-yard line and slipped through the. en- range. Many extras. $450 down. $82 month. the Lord,and ask the Lord If it's His will,please
tire Father let your will be done here on 'earth for'
Ball State team for the *
score. ******** *
Thy name sake. If you have any type of problems '
Ball State then had to fight off a late charge by
ONLY ONE LEFT BRAND NEW why not call this at Tele 1fM'
the Tigers to,hold on to the tie. Tennessee State was man now 751-
on the, Cardinal three when the game ended. 1900 N.W.: 76 STREET 3978; or call and make your appointment and
drive by 827 NW 48th St, and don't forget, It
GRAMBLING LOSES TO NORTH DAKOTA STATE 3 bedroom, CBS,;>beautiful residence costs you absolutely nothing go in_and have a
? ********** good heart to heart talk with this
Worth Dakota State, the nation's No.. 1 small col I. ,I' 1 1I 1I of God. great serviceman
lege football Midwest 1420 N.W..90, STREETA
team, wrapped up the NCAA I think
Just my good friends the most fortu-
championship with a 20-7 victory over Grumbling Col- home of splendor!!! 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, nate "Lucky Day" in your life, figured from the
lege Saturday in the Pecan Bowl at Abilene, Texas. ,many: extras. \i$450 down. $84 month.. month, day and year of your birth, plys my special
The mobile Bison defense allowed Grambling only ********** blessing. Together with a Bible lesson to

16 yards in the air and 81 on the ground. VETERANS TAKE NOTICE!!! help you in time of need. I am he that was dead
The only Tiger touchdown came on a 93-yard return and behold I am alive-Rev. 1-8. Please read what
Work Good
Credit
Steady
Down
of the second half kickoff by Eli Smith, who established $100 the words say "He that .followeth me shall not
a NCAA collegiate bowl record on the run. Buys You any 3 bedroom CBS in all areas. walk in darkness-John 8:12. Call him now at
The Bisons. scored Jhe first time they got their .OPEN EVERY DAY INCLUDING SATURDAY 751-3978 827 NW 48th St. It is absolutely FREEto
hands on the ball, driving*80 yards against a 30-mile- AND SUNDAY ALL DAY come in and have this man pray for you. It
Per-hour, wind. Halfback Ken Rota scored'fr-om the three '. ,9 Jo,7P.r.t .r. :" .costs you nothing-FREE, FREE. With enough
but Mike Ahneman's extra point attempt was wide. N p faith whatever you ask for will be answered. Re- ....,
REAL TNj'If.r' r'{ member the first 50 people to come to me for
.. something special I will give them a special
'" !'" ->} '1 v'Z'v :Ji'"
}:i blessing.
tit.!
JQiJ'LL LOVE LONGHORNI p 11 '7" 1t'1 r U T ,_ ,.. __lIIIIJiJlIIIUlJIIllmlllllmmUUllm/ / /




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}J and of Mrs.Y-eighborhood Anne Coleman ladies are, MERCY OF, THE BUYING ..U.LICROGER'S

characters In the eidt
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