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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 24, 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 )
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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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i Vol. 43, No 17 MIAMI, ,FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, .1965 24 PAGES -15 :1<



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.. The National Education the 19J4 US. Supreme Court "Tho threat of job loss is Over a l0-yee period the "t!
Association said Tuesday in. decision outlawing segregation so great in many places that number of Negro.schooh'chthdren ; :
Washington .that hundreds of in schools, it said. an .aura of fear permeates the in Kentucky Increased t. ,I.., ...:
Negro teachers are being fired, teaching force,*' said the re* 15 pet Cent, but'' the number of "'7\.

demoted, and -banned' from the The N&A also said that an port. "Administrators have Negro' teachers. 'decreased by .
I II classroom on racial grounds, estimated 2.000 graduates of' used it to intimidate Negro' 3 per cent.FLORIDA. g

I as school l desegregation predominantly Negro collegeswho teachers and to inhibit their HAS 226
Spreads through the South* became eligible for teach personal and professional activities.
NEAt this, have ." The NBA said that there r..6
s stYn. The: report said that H ing jobs year not
Surrey of J7 Southern and bordering been able to find employmentin Thereports !d413 teacherswere were 226 ''"displaced Negro j "4

states showed that :a the, schools, displaced when the teachers in Floridabut 216
minimum of 688 teachers have Emphasis was; made;by the schools in which they, taught them are those who failed to t
be displaced or demoted du-, NBA that it >reported only,'cases closed, and 39 were displaced pass the National. l Isachera'' !
rloi thl* school year, that could, be documented, because of their' civil rights Examination* All. of them have '
limb'' that number h"ay q teen\ and.that' a higher figures activities. been'rehircd at lower sal aiy.rn '
'affected' in other. years lnQ"II. .will never teen known. "White schools are viewed no more than $2,800 a year*

{ ..... (in the South) as having no, The following Florida counties ,I',
ra place for Nopo teachers," were accused -of *'down. i'' 4
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1 jres.ult when.Negro: pupils ,HillslWbugh
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'I -, ,, were admitted to previously one; Gadsen one; Gulfs '24;' .\\t"
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Com hteo' 'to'"observe and William Reed,, assistant dean., 12.leonfyne .
i advise on vice squad operations of the University,of MIaMi law '
was'' announced Monday school; Edward J. ,Atkins, :
Price Get
night by {Sheriff T..A. chan. president of the Dado County,' fo : :
an. Bar Association and B. Boyd ;
-- -' '" VI 1II'IIB1JJrlf\! I\, "" Benjamin Miami industrialist 1
Beauteous Delores tleyes, ,June. T3TW High graduate J. fend member of the Orange NAACP I Splngarn; MedalNew ,
and winner of the Miss, Tan Florida title, is pursuing i Bowl Committee. I
a course In modeling. She should"..do well ,aseyidenced :
I :,, by the photo by ,Glamour Studios.! .. Buchanan said that' as York (NPD -Opera the New York Hilton hotel :
,'J. chairman, Sheppard represents star JLeontyne Price witl pick ceeding the ''pre:1!
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( I \ :",.' the judicial aspects'of the up-the" NAACP's 19&5 ,Sping- nual corporate meeting ,.;.
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,i..j'. : I.i.-.j.\' .. committee; Reed 'and Atkins am medal, awarded to her for ,.
; GOV. BURNS ,MEETS .. the legal; and Reed, becauseof stellar achievement in het DR. DAVIS, GETSAPPOINTMENT
.. ;, ,I his association with students field-during the association's
.. will also represent the 1966 annual fellowship dinner '
Interests of youth in,enforcement Jan. 2Miss
: '. Dr. Ira P. Da via, oft Miomi'
I :: WITH/ STATE .. against vice. Price's ,operatic (
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schedule prevented her from has been appointed to the
The function of the Rev.
Gibson is to represent on the receiving the medal at the 15-member National' Advisory ,
I' a; NAACP Denver convention in Committee on Older Americans ,M
board the clergy of the area, ,
L POLlTlCAL> LEADERS .f and Benjamin is the law mem- July by John Wt Gardner, Secretaryof

a .. ber of the committee The dinner will be held at fare Health, Education and,, Welt

In an apparent effort to woo ficlals and based on a policyof
and win some of the 30,000 the ,association that officials Headed by senior juvenile
vote block in his 1966 re-el ec- as well as branches just Judge Ben J. Sheppard The )
don race, Gov Haydori Burns remain' non-partisan, I am of committee will have power to
met Tuesday in Tallahassee, the opinion that as a memberof call witnesses, inspect the. ;mr
...,. with' Negro political leaders the national staff of sheriff's files on vice activities
from all over the state.' NAACP* It may not be to the and to propose enforcement
: ',AACp' $tate. Field Secretary beat-interests of the state conference action where t it might
: Robert' Saunders "Tarn- 'for' mo to attend the find it necessary.
J paj. boycotted the Buchanan said "The Com
meeting meeting which i is a closed
mittee is intended to evaluate'the
DoCause'heads of the, Florida
session and where the possibility
vice situation, in Dade .'
branch r'his organizationwere
I of partisan politics may "..
" not invited and because arise," Saunders said. County:
... the: meeting was partisan., The Tallahassee I conference "It will also support the
efforts of office and'ob.serve
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Saunders went to was similar to sessions '*
needs.
out
j ; in response ,to a he had held there and
I letter; from ,Oqv. Burns-, invitinjhlm in othet cities of the State to Others named to the committee -
; to, a lunchcpri meeting, talky 'about the gubernatorial are the Rev. 'Theodore,
had:said' earlier; : that he would ,_c am al In.., Gov. Bums said. R. Gibson, civil rights leader '. t
:t'attend'as a "non partfsanbii! f>, ,"lftet i"''major1i{ rtion of the 1

: ., server." Negro bjoc vote inn the 1964 OJ
;);i After contacting NAACP election wen!' to Mayor Robert rr1jChristmas
? Florida President Rutledge King Highof Miami, who was r(
I'.K: Parson of Jacksonville< and Burns opponent. The Governor -
! other readers; and being; informed hopes, to pull much of it
( that they were' hot ,frVvited from nlm in next year's"re- w L J
I' he decided not to goo run. '-- <
3 1 ';,,'1 am appreciative of the 'Saunders;; said that althoughthe time High best' representedthe i uJw. r.wr. I ,

i V, invitation! from the governor to NAACP has a policy i requirements a candidate Hundreds ,underprivileged', kids vili# 1 be; ,riding bikes pa Christmas Day thanks i :
\ attend the luncheon in Tallah4jjjseeft against partisan politics, the should have to merit Negro to efforts of City of Miami prisoners who 'repainted and repaired' all lost or stolen ,.
Saunders said. How '
organization endorsed
,I virtually support. ; bicycleS' In custody bt'ih'e police' department, Captain James, Griffin, Commissioner
learning that no :. .
4U'f.{ upon High in his 1964 race. It was "We probably wouldn't go
'I ',: ; invitation has been sent, to the first, time it had gone' so that far this go-round" Saun'tdersassid. Steve Clarke end, Chfif WalterfHeadley watch. as Steve }(loo' 8114
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It's not what happens that '
To e Equal counts; it's the way you take
it. I read recently; about the %
complaint of a non-Christian ,, I''I
'by WMicejr, M. Young Jr. 4, because of an, exhibit' of the 1.I 1.
rFEzecutiveDirectorNattonal Nativity'BCcn6 In ;front erf a r
Urban League public building. Because this ,
gentleman' does,hot,believe in !!
Christians, he ,feats that a
Christmas" the season cif paradox It is the time 'Christian scene should not be ALA '
when men pay homage to values that they flout duringthe placed at any, public building _
rest of the'year.Traditionaliy My wife and f happen to ;
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: ,Christmas is a season of,hope, symbolizing have been born Into thVvame
the birth -of the Christ-child, who demonstrated religion I as this gentleman, I
'the beauty of "peace on earth and good will to all and although my wife ..tillprote.ses
that she
same faith
men. disagrees, with him She feels
': Compassion and kindness, an appreciation: fo "the that the Christmas spirit, Is.
.essential brotherhood of man, a dream of human' equality i-, wonderful and only regrets 'J We the Employees of
-'these ere..the thing;lhat make real genuine the spirit that.' this: beautiful spirit, ,,
,of ,Christmas.But which !s' a manifestation, of a
how wiil'it be celebrated this year in the.homes, belief which,she, does not act J
of, racial bigots who bring grief and terror to those of cept as her own, exists for J
such a short time each year. HELMLY
their: brothers who happen to be black? She recognizes the need for j Ot3.4''NEA.5

Words of sympathy for the weak and the oppressed ahappy, friendly spirit, fleeting J
and lhe_under-privileged can be heard everywhere. as it Is.We J

But how will those words be used in the homes of both appreciate the sun EXTEND
the
of love that breaks through
the,, base southern employers who celebrate by putting clouds of hate and prejudice,
Negroes out of Work because of their "revolutionary" bringing people together basically j
Ideas about civil rights? through the religious experience j

,We say "blessed are.the peacemakers "the that this season j
meek shall inherit the earth." *, awakens in,them.
As a member of a faith that j
And they are still waiting. somewhat. impatiently, accepts the teachings of j
in all the "Dark Ghettos" of the world. Jesus I am happy that my wife
Christmas is the time of charity and onenessbuthow feels as she does. And as
many Americans will remember that one of the one who has been on both .4
three wise men who brought gifts from the East on tha t sides of the fence theologically J
starlit night was black? speaking I offer her
and then have been another good reason to enjoy
And black men, before since ,
the Chnfetmas spirit: it cele;
then; have been'making noteworthy contributions to ,the 'brates the birth of One Who j
greatness' of mankind though their rewards are few in .was born in the same religion ,
comparison i that she 'was born 'in. > .
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Most Americans will never know the agony and Perhaps if the gentleman *, ; J. .
the sacrifice many Negro parents must endure to keep 'who complained about theNativity I
alive their kid's faith-in the.spirit of Christmas and the | scene had recalled J .,
this fact, he have been '
may \
image of Santa Qaus. "N I
proud Of this scene Instead of
The whole spectacle Christmas and Santa is (disliking it.., So you' see it's *J )
cast in a glow of whiteness. lot whatjhappens'that counts ; .
Consequently, the Negro child's first concept of ,> }It's the way.you take it., ;
of Christmas is likely to be based on the myth embodied
in a jolly old bearded man brimming with white ;

generosity. And every year it cost the Negro, in most ;
instances, much more than he can afford to pay. d
Even so, Christmas is universal and, In the truest
,sense, non-sectarian. It is the time when men are moved

by their noblest Instincts,(end ever;so briefly,we are,.
reminded of the, decencies that have survived all the
h hibl ges"of Oppression and injustice' ., < '" ,*"M>'

That it has'survived. ,so much terror and'devastation -

is the miracle that .makes' Christmas, wondrous .
Man can ,be a barbaric creature, capable of monstrous -
violence and greed as well as cruelty and ex
ploitation. Yet the ethic of Christmas has endured his<
most horrible deeds. Perhaps that is the true test of
man's hope. '

We know enough now to realize that the rich can > 5f ,

provide a vastly better life for the poor. But much of May your and your dear. -
the work is still plagued large-scale unemployment,
ones delight In the glow
hunger, grinding poverty; all breeding social unrest ,
and war. of Christmas brotherhood.

Despite it all, though, Christmas remains a time JOSHUA W. BROWN
for warmth and Christian
,song fellowship. Insurance Underwriter
At least, that's what most of us prefer to believe,
Afro- lI.rlcan, Life
though it may not be all together true,
Insurance Company
,In any case, a very Merry Christmas to all.
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Phone 758-3992 .

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challenge: of.the,dynamic',six: foJ
ties.ithc; "; Board 'or Management
oil:; ;ieCarvmr': Branch' VMCA
made:::sonvs ,cganges in UsorganUationaf
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structure:during ih ',
the electiorj .meeting on JDoXMqt ,r d II I

cemb4t'' ; ;1.S.. ,' f ;
,; :baste!' itoeyHew act t
Up Is tho establishment of an \
advfsory committee composed: .
outstanding civic and com s I4
Y i'l'l' c t 4 d'H i.'n d. fr:
munity leadejswhp will a3sia1thn }
Board "' iyi' specialized
areas. Charter memWftl? thin
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committee are; Nelson Adams,
Atty. Henry Arlington, Dr. URBAN LEAGUE YOUTH COMMUNITY planned for the year. All"members are- ) making plansfor
Edward:: Braynon, Walter c., a big Christmas Dance on Monday December 27, at
Cogdell, Samuel 0. Cbhenj Pictured abqve: are members, and the newly elected
t Building. 'Watch and listen for :
Bonded '
Rental
Atty. J. Leonard Diitoohd' officers of the :Greater Miami Urban League Youth Com Agency ; 'I
Charles i)ckhsrt. Allan( Matt OSCAR W. WEAVER JR. ,munity. Officers die; Michael Seymour, parliamentarian; additional Information. \
gobs, Mrs. Clot Pearsall,
.Os Weaver Jr. and Robbie Delores Sand, treasurer Sandra
Mrs. M., Athalie Range Garth Bethshiba ,Wear, reporter;.. ;
Ci:;, Reeves and Dr*: George Might: ". Knowles, corresponding secretary; Fancy, Bannister,
Simpson. For one year term expiring recording secretary; Veronica Anderson president; Larry "
I'A total of sixteen hew. December, 1966: Rochkindj national chairman of Urban League Youth.Member Urban Renewal Field"
.. Me : Leon
\ 14' C Brown, ,
members were -elected: to ther< are : Daniels Eleanor Red- .I
Earles} John Harris, Mrs., : Rufus Cor,; 1etty ,
'strength regular board to 30 members to bring,,The Its Susan., Harris, Clarence Patter dick,; Catherine Davis, Carolyn Hogan, ,Sheryl Lewis, Office to be Dedicated

new board list followaM ,on,:;Rev, W. F.:Savoy; ,Robert" Sheldon, Ezell Branda White, Rudolph OrJuna, Bernard,
For a three-year term to exptre Sima, Cleveland Turner, Isaac' Walters, Mrs. Willie F. Williams( sponsor. Those officers On Thursday 'Dec. 30 at State Road Department construction '
December 1968. Withers and Mrs. Doris Yeager. not shown: Kathi Teller,:,lst vice president; 'Pa. 10:30: aan. the MetropolitanDade : acdvltl a. It is the
board
Earl J. Carroll, Sidney Cox, :The full will have its Renewal primary of this new a,
first meeting on Thursday,' tilde Scott, 2nd vice president; Janet Fisher, .3rd vice County Urban purpose
Miss Elizabeth; : Jones, Rudolph Jan. 13 for the formation of president, Agency will ,formally dedicate field office' to firmly, insure
Levarity( J. D. Mack, that and businesses
standing committees and its recently acquired On-Site families
adoption
has excellent calendar of activities
Mrs. Elodie Preston Arlington d the annual program. .. The group an Field Office at 421 NW 19th displaced by urban renewal
Sands, Harry Smith James '. aat aa+ Street. will get the Agencys full concerted
fyanza and Kenneth Williams. OFFICERS ELECTED \ A consideraBle joint'publioeffntt"has" attention, and 'all thotinuelal'
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For a three-year terni'tol?*";.r7 Officers of" the board of "u bbett"expended''itirecent assistance and ben** \
'plre. December 1967: :management 1966 are{'Oscar' weeks to assist residents fits of ,tbe Urban Renewal )
Alexander W. Brooks, J..C. Weaver, Jr.,_ chairman;. ,Leon in the central district Program which their circumstances ,' ,
Copeland! Miss Helen M. Dor- Earles, vice and representative v/hp are being,,) displaced by allow
sett, Charles R. Hadley! Dewey to the Metropolitan Board
Knight, Benny '0 Berry ..and Mr8,'Mao Brown, recording
Willie Parker Jefford Smith, secretary.
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'\y to' be Barricaded .', .1 ,' '276 NW 6th STREET .

Through the efforts of the the holidays for the safety of, I
Cogmumity-Wide CUirehs Can. our youth: / EXTENDS HOLIDAY GREETINGS :AND.I
mittee and the Miami City Liberty City 63rd',8t, between '
Commissioners, it has been 13th and '14th Aves; BEST WISHES TO EVERYONE
Downtown Miami: 12th$tbetween '
made possible for the following \
areas to be designated as', %rd wd th'Axes."., 'It'MAC FASKE ),MGR.. -.j 1 .' .1 II.) J
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setting area to be barricaded\;j .Coconut' Orgge 49aza 'St.botwoaaiD9y'and''Oak ,:; ." ,' "
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AT THIS SPECIAL TIME and Happiness

WE PAUSE TO SEND YOU FOR THE HOLIDRV:
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, ; StGUUUMD REEVES, Editor end Publisher 1966.From Washington"comes news that there are 90 D. Goodman and Son, Inc.

i CARYH C. REEVES.,Managing Editor applicants, most'of them Blue Shield Associations. "Insurance, Real Cctata, Mort,.,.'*

Member .. th. Notlonol Newspapers Publishers Association. Patients will not deal directly with the government'' but Bastneu i member All ,Pcepto Democratic Club
2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380
SUBSCRIPTION RATES through representatives chosen by the government.
WE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS '- $3.00 FOREIGN 16.00 Those of the medical profession who opposed Me-

J Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, '1927 .t the Post dicare, nofr'see it as the law, and say they will sup- -.. ..........-AIIN.lI. .
Office et Miami Florida/ under the oct ef March 8, 1876 port it. '
Medicare should b'e'quite a help to people In the lM.t*.._MIff''
., ,! Qfllce, at 6740 MW. IStK Avenue Phone OX UQ421 \ \ ", /''
lower income class.
'CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"
The NEGRO PRESS bellevti that America con best lead CONFERENCEThe 7
FORCE S
the world fiem rectal end national antagonism when It accords TASK v' eakoGREETjNGS
to every man regardless of safe, creed or jcolor hie Under Secretary' of Commerce, .former Florida
'; .I .... end legal rights. Hating no nan, fearing no on-tbe Governor Le Roy Collins,who is now head of a special
fjegre Pros* strives to h.lp.v.rr man in the firm belief. that. meeting
all men .re.isuWsi long ee .",0.. Is held bock. task force committee for President: Johnson
with our local Community Relations Board officials,
the federal-local understanding .
expressed encouragement at
; I CHRISTMASPresident in dealing with the Cuban refugee and Negro '
W. want to xttnd our tincmrott tntnh,
here
Johnson lit the National Christmas tree problems
I last Friday with,. plea for peace; yet there is no sign lie will send two task force members here from to our patron end theft f mitJ.i for their
of peace in this troubled world.'The Viet Nam war goes Washington to participate in a general planning conference -
. with local group.CHRISTMAS many favors and kindntsa during tM past.
on with many killings on both sides. They are talking, a
but there is no peace. A.very Marry Christmas to yowl!

,. In a lesser degree, the same thing applies to the IN MISSISSIPPI
troubled Dominican Republic. Christmas Will lack much in Fayette,Mississippi,
: However, it's Christmas time and the usual celebration if the plan of Charles Evers, state field director of the

is in swing. Business places, beautifully decorated National Association for the Advancement of Colored st uk ll

are crowded with Christmas shoppers who will people prove successful.A .
bring joy to relatives and friends. At this season of the boycott of some businesses is to .take place. : i ,.

year our hearts, and pocket books are open, and it's Reports are that whites are planning to counter the
pleasing to know that the poor and helpless are here boycott with a buy-in campaign. Saturday night 500

made happy. Negroes marched,prayed and sang in front of the court-
Churches of all denominations participate in cele- house.

brating this event of events, the birth of our Christ, Negroes want appointment of Negro police, dese-
who was sent into the world by the Lord because. bis"1"''gregafloh i public facilities, and more job opportunities. -
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love for mankind. .

i Our homes too, are brightly lighted and decorated PREJUDICE: SEVERING TIlE LINK
for Christmas. It is an ancient but popular custom.The
Christmas dinner, always a specialty, brings family Prejudice, passed on from one generation to the
and friends together. ."tt> 1'* next, weighs heavily against human progess. The

As we celebrate with feasting and chanting, Christmas .-,.,,,.,. American Jewish Committee, troubled by the way in
music, which the young have been indoctrinated in prejudice,
.r, J, ,( decided to sponsor a study aimed at eliminating "pre
/' ,"OX. What tribute shall we pay .. judice-producing material from religious educatioh."

: To him who came in weaknessAnd Protestants and Roman Catholics cooperated, Dean Keon, natlonol Gulf Oil representative, and a
in a manger lay undertaking thorough studies to find the extent and hostess, conduct R. C. Coleman. (center) on a tour of
To teach his people meekness?, type of prejudice written into textbooks used in their the Gulf Building in downtown Pittsburgh.

Let every house-be bright; I. religious schools and classes. All three .reports are

Let praises never cease: : >{.' i ,,now in.
4. With mercies infinite.''Y Findings showed that both Protestant and Roman

t Our Christ hath brought us, peas, ,45 ',' >Catholic texts were 'l1uch.less' favorable-in portraying, COI'.IIIS! G'lli'i Ssrvice
other religions than were Jewish texts. Mention of ,
I -.H. C. Robbins .. ', \" '::.b '
other religious in material far less 1.// .if'o\t' \; '" \[>>F
arPa; ,." \ t" ;" AINIII'J.IIfI'f"'ilr; "' \ groups Jewish was < .. ''W"r.: ,
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V Greetings to one and all from,Ye Editor. frequent than in Protestant and Catholic. And where '..4'!!>le.
1f .'' ,, there was mention, it tended to be "overwhelmingly ...:j,: '. \', 1'v(,, 'i;," ,
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Roman Catholic textbooks
published 35 or 40
"' The world again remembers the birth of a child years ago were described by Catholics as "incredibly 379-0118
and in so doing out emotions turn to the sacred'center awful." Catholic texts, while positive in their treat-

l of our homes and families. Christmas, for Americans ment of racial and ethnic groups, were seen as en-
particularly, is family-centered. couraging "distorted and negative" attitudes toward o

It is well that this is true, for the pivot of God's non-Catholic religions. Of many Protestant texts, the
same could be said. t
creation is the family, and he gave this fact its greatest
These studies are in line with trends of the ,
many
meaning when.He chose to come into the world, as >
time. They help us understand the problems. They will
a child dependent upon the love and affection and care
help root put much unfounded prejudice. t'i
of and
Mary Joseph. Several words of caution are in order. Educators
There is so much at work in today's world, to destroy -
will need to resist pressures to sacrifice sound scholarly -
I family life, that perhaps we need to look with cirticism merely to avoid offending others. Every
greater intensity at the meaning of the Incarnation in human institution can profit from self-criticism and

.terms of our own family life. from the constructive criticism of others.The churcheswill
There must be a basis of security for each of us, also want to be alert that in the effort to eliminate V H

and this security can only be realized in an atmosphereof prejudice they do not simply further enervate re- z.,
love,wherein,'each is accepted just for himself, loved, ligious conviction.Let .

because. we belong-not just because we are needed. the truly prejudiced material be eliminated,
The problem becomes that of being able somehow but let valid criticism which contributes to the under-

to fulfill this love, to transmit it, to make it real and standing and solution of world problems and human relationships

"Understandable perhaps we should say* to make it be retained. Christian Science: Monitor
felt.

The family 'becomes the laboratory of life, wherein -

we may discover the how. Having done this, we can
; hope, from the fountain source of love, to reach out to VICTOR PIANOS & ORGANS I

the world. ANNOUNCES NEW STAFF MEMBER
This is how salvation began. We see something of
the! how. The love of Joseph for a girl named Mary. Df Charles 54th Street t. Rogers has just joined the sales staff of Victor Pianos&Organs 300 N W

Acceptance, even when he discovered her pregnancy,
He is eminently qualified having a background of and experience I in
unique training
having no understanding of the mystery which was in- radiO. TV symphony concerts,choral accompanying, organ and piano-Mr,Rogers
volved. Then, the tender, care during those tryingdaysof Wishing You appearances have been world wide '

journey, back to Bethlehem. Then the birt of the the
Graduating from Bethune study 01
Cookman College he went on for further
child in a stable.The angels singingand the sheph rds'.: ';. \ university of Wisconsin Private study in organ continued in Munich,Germany: and ot
Vision of the star, even the coming of the Wise Men HAPPY; HOLIDAYS WBBB.the University Burlington of Miami N.C His rodl'"Wk included a 2 year"Saturday MusIC Series on
only add romance to the fact itself. God came into:the "1r
world, to save the world, creating the Holy Family.'y The blessed season of the Nativity During hiS ServICe tour he was Chaplain's Assistant ot ft,Jackson SC..presiding flt
the Chapel organ. While overseas he Pianist for the U.S, 43rd Winged
I is
here it
once more May bring and
From this fountain is renewed for peace joy victory concerts
source, hope the. chorus and Band appearing in ot the Deutches Museum,Munich
needs of today's world. to every heart. We wish you the OermonySoliberg festival House. Solzberg'Austria TV and Municipal concerts inAmsterdam
best that the world affords on this Holland;other concerts in Vienna Austria Cost Berlin Pisa Italy and a:
Christmas Greeting from the Editor. wonderful and happy holiday. |joint concert with the Munich Symphony Orchestra, --

The Palm Branch The Holland engagement was broadcast over a nation.wide hookup of the five major
JOHN "RED" LAKE networks! The 31)-man chorus sang to on estimated four million people Their
objectives to get money for the flood stricken people of Holland.,

'..ye Editor like millions-of others had the opportunityof Circuit Judge Since 1960 Mr Rogers has! served<"Minister of Music ot Mt Zion Baptist Church,
seeing Gemini leave Cape Kennedy for a rende- 301 Organists NW. 9th Street H. i. a member of the Miami Chapter American Guild of f

vous in space with astronauts Frank Borman and James
LOv n. lie also saw their return after 91 orbits around Mr. Rogers\ will be ovarfabU as consultant salesman for all musical needs piano s
and organ
the earth. i
What a wonderful accomplishment now that the I
United States has gone- ahead of Russia in space accomplishment VICTOR PIANOS I ORGANSI
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Everything Is coming up
Tourism "Avud Hotel. "We've been sold out Southern Division for Savarin
rotes for Greater Miami'* Tour Department. for three weeks for the Orange Restaurants Company abichoperates' ,
to feet the
1st facilities and retail stores everyone seems '
Bowl Festival period. seven dining places ,';,
busy sign will\, be up for most N
this holiday -
season "We're operating at capacity In Dade County '
of the winter
Mr. and ,Ms, Alphonso June Davis) Roberts are!!; A survey by the Miami. "This confirms season.our earlier now and booked solid for Approximately 80 percent ,

,cuddling a blue, bundle of joy seven pound, six ounces :Metro News Service revealed prediction that this, will be the two holiday,' weekends," of the visitors still come hereby
named,;'"Terrance. Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Davis are the that all transportation have heavY,and the greatest'winter' season inhistory said J. (Skip) Shepard, the I>.|- car andof flciala in the ,
housing units ,
proud grandparents. pant Plaza's manager. transportation, industry are '' 'r'
bookings from Dec. 15 through ,** Price s aid vllT'i "
Restaurants will also be when discus >
quite optimistic :::
Two ,of Miami's, largest ;
,
'
the Now Year's period Res* swirling activity. #4"
Last Friday evening the Jolliettes ,Social Club taurants and retail firms also hotels-the Everglades ,and litho Mftmf area is 81way.buY' log the "season.1 """'t'i" '

were host.,at their annual Christmas Dance at Bayfront are extremely: busy. Dupont Plazst-will "burst st this time of year but with The Florida State TumpHce: } ,
ParVAuditorium.br. _t' "The big problem Is to the seams** this ,month. the early winter "up north and is up 15 per cent for the year

find enovRh spaces-on public, "We're, way ahead of last other factors, we' anticipate and officials expect the rise
and Mrs. ,W. H. Murrell celebrated ,an early transportation and in hotels," year, even without convention heavy business ,during this to be oven higher when all of
Christmas here declared Lew Price, director ,"' announced James Ennisirr.rir.r month," relates A. J. the 1965 records are compiled.
daughter" lolyn'Kimbro, and .family ,. whole r r"I
ana are now in Washington, D. C. with daughter Williett '
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and Joan cpming downfrom Massachusetts., JOLLIETTE SOCIAL; PER COUNCIL I out to thank all the $lk-s f> OMISSION'InedveftentlIr' ,
and District
lodges temples in ,
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t I" '* ,; GIVES WHEELCHAIR
SAVING CLUB It."
Of Dado that mad
County
'
Vernon',ItogerJ; Dr.:of Larchmonf, N.V.. arrived in omit ted-from
Miami. on Wednesday and his brother Lorin and his Members of the JolUette So The Past Exalted Rulers possible Sunday and hope for that the next presentation those sending contragulatory '.1.;a'':
dial Saving Club entertainedtheir and certificates of
sister. Earline ',on, a: '!motor trip to D and for a: family guests at their Hre-' Council No. 23,1.D.P.O.E.( year the Elks'' family' will be letters awards of the
occasion
ontne
W. Of Miami made their Xmas
nion.. .
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able to do for arlty. '
: Christmas Dance Friday.,.Dec. contribution .of a, wheelchair more "Editor's, Testimonial Dinner, .
'
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The Miami Chapter of Jack, and Jill,Jnc., is sponsOring the Bayfront Park Auditorium.The Sunday, Dec. 19. Zeke, Brady. Chief Mills Boyer lof Greater Bethel 1'. '%.1\
its first dance bin Monday, Dec 27 at Bayfront affair was'formal. Connie The Past Exalted RulersCouncil Herbert 'AMB Church.
Saunders, president of the No. 23 take, this time Chisholm Reporter
Park Auditorium. A charming'group,of ladies under the
club says "Friends who .aft ... 4
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of will be hostesses.
.leadership Gerry Arrington your
tended enjoyed:!, a..gala even
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in;.
: On December 29, Wednesday. the Miami Chapter of The JolUette Club is one of]

Delta, Sigma Theta Sorority is planning an evening of outstanding groups in' the! ',

glee at their,,annual: ; dance to be held in Bayfront 'Park. community and has contributed! wi4 .
'
AuditoriumDorothy Graham is president."t much the community welfare j .'
". In addition to presenting'1

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. (Carol Cooper)Henna and daughter scholarships annually to worthy!I "
Terah of Nassau are spending the Christmas holiday high school graduates, the Jol-
Jlcttea give a bountiful basket
with mother end grandmother Marie Carol] ( ; AY I
Cooper. oodles'I f
'of groceries and ,other,
and, R. C. will return to Nassau for the now famous to A family in the community a f
Nassau New Year festivities. each year ; \

Members of the Carnegie,1 +i ,
ORCHIDS T6:Mr. and Mrs. George Far ring ton who Family of the Liberty City 1 11".

adopted the family of Sam and, Louise Jones of Goulds. area were the happy recipients!: ', Ap ', r

For the past three years Christmas has* come to of this year's basket. The Jol: 4 r"{ "I ;
this family because the Farringtonsr felt instead of expensive ..iet tea presented the token to,

Christmas cards.Why not use 'the1'money, "'to the family on Thanksgiving 1 1 I

buy a turkey, tree, and gifts for the Jones ,and their 1 fin RI'y 1 ( 11 '. \ \
children. ," .I, '.I.i _
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The couple still, sends greetings to trends But

instead of sending their wishes via expensive cards, (ffI; ... "
they mail a mimeographed newsletter telling about

their "adopted family." THIS IS THE, TIME FOR US TO SAY
How nicel! maybe others :will ,join In this,plan next BLESfilKSS j] ,

t <"I'' : THANK t : YOt/\\.1 "I \,,
tI t I
year.Get
I well wishes 'to James Boyer, Cherry Mills'; I 'I ',-ellf"lf.' ; "
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hhbby; Frances Gibson, Janie'llendersonlj"mother' of I -of' .j"'j ,,;, \ ., W. :. t ,
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AND TO WISH ; i
[Reeves ': Beatrice Miller*?David\iDavisSam B,, HOE : /
REPAIRING
Janie ; EXPERT '
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Solomon:addI3ereathaAavis., "': 'i" ':1, /" 11;; At Reasonable Prices : \r:" It'I:1;: ALL OF OUR 'SATELLITE' FRIENDS;' ,\, ;:\"J'<:'t. 'l. : ( }
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Quality is our trod* mark : jj
The John"Dillards will be spending'Christmas in SHOES SHINED AND DYED I II'

Havana, Florida with Connie's parents. ,: Shoo Craft exports to recover I,4I

"your shoes with j im. fabric :
On Monday, December 27, the Strickland-Lewis of your dross, tfyolng of
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families are hosting the wedding reception of daughter, laathor' and fabric shoes : AND A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR

Ondrea adn Astrid Mack at 4 p.m. HEELS HALF SOLES I
WHOLE SOLES :

The J. Hartman Taylors,3150 NW 50th St. have as AL'S SHOE REPAIR I

their house guests Mr. Taylor's sisters: Pearline Mildred 6020 NW 7th Ave*..
and Naomi of Nassau who will ,enjoy the holidays I r
(Opposite
Lincoln' Haft Bank) :
in Miami.
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n WILLIAMS.. OWNER ,..

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wars are down for 'some of
S
warm weather. They are guests of Mr. Charles North. JIt :
They will spend the Christmas holidays in Nassau, ;

then will return to Miami.
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May the Day 1 1
The Earl Mizells and sons will Christmas Eve in

Miami and then motor to Daytona Beach to join in the' >be Merry!

Silver Anniversary celebration of George and Joyce y1dd

Engram given by their children Carol and George Jr. .

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Many are the collegians home for the holidays. rr j. ,

Among them are Rose Stewart, Cornelius James, Arnold j
Finley, David Dobbs, Anita Johnson, Russ Jolli jt d2t d j h t Ybyr

vette, Archie Pinder, Mike Hart, Oscar Edwards,. Gina t
Jollivette and Darville Knowles Jr. ..tl ,


Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Wilson entertaiend for their : \ I
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daughter Venda Rei en her birthday Thursday night. j r S

The affair was a gala and .well kept surprise for Venda j ; ,,:

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Vaughn L. Price' is home from Tennessee AI I

spending the holidays with his mother, Juanita Thompson. j '

Vaughn is being interviewed by officials at Cape j ;; r

Kennedy and General Electric and other firms. He's j ,(, k.f 1 .;rAia-: ,,' vr H fr .r .w ,,. rL R

graduating in electrical engineering in June. \j It'' ,;11il i, 1"t, 'r ,'f,', Mar 'M gtorfav* Vgkt a} peae and love ,

\' tM anl tfu s deaf',to .y :
fdt tr '
fry ** wpon you "
The South Miami Progressive 'and DevelopmentClub .
played Santa Clause for 500 students, at'JRE?'' Lee' j jOUR !I" '" : you 433'you Jobs together, to jJ 1uI cel.br"t.lo-; ,\ ,"'..' ,:, :.t ,.
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Bowman Is entire person tJ ; iMLs 'd"L. < !, :'; !
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School
Elementary on James t; ., I. '. ,.: ) :it.i: ; 4r"J: a Ml
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Gibson is joins in ex. ', ; 'j ,,>' .t"\\,;,: 'a\f
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president and Betty secretary. t( '.'*": '4'JW' I ::"._ v'f: .* '( Rr'e "'4Q/YL" 'J'> !
c ,\, f the
tending warmest -
you j
; Alright,,you bathing beauties, this is the last week of Christmas Congressman and Mrs. '

""to, mail your picture in for the Miss Rock contest. First greetings.

prize is a $500 war bond" .' ,:. oil' ': "'; ':,S; hI' .
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I, ': ; I Claude Pepper
I .> .j'j< ,!.' II'' ,< i k
DOWNTOWN. '
1: According to entertainment at Miami Beach hotels -.. ': i uiLai a&ofai !i1ti l <{{i t.i.' "
BARBER SHOP "' _: } ;fi-\-;.' '..tl t'1:" :

the at the big Eden stars Rock are ,on Della their Reese way here.is at The the Deauville Supremes and are 707 NW 2nd Ave. I "I ; :t] )TH.I t DCpNq, E S'Ot.'.' A.tk oI' :r IC'{;1h$; '?:t \' ;;'., .. "

Billy Daniels at Dote's. The real big names come. at Phone FR 9-9261 ;-" :::N: ,,,' ,::fi:. :f ,:. ..J.+:::',< >;.7: 1lt.\: : > / !.: \i"' .:: It< ",.,
'i.' 'J.,... &. j; >tB .1t, lt lh'f"J' ,\t.I\ ,,:ft,) t't, ,, .,
the height of the season in February. J $ ; I .,":.'.IM, >"#""J tf!..) "foi A,, > .;..."" :.. ., \: ,-..t.r.THE"MlAM "" ) \ :: '
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i 6 THE,MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 14, 1965 c ,,,.'\ :
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ers by changing names, and by to fire yews in prison on did ,Agree to vet an appeal
i S.lIstillt.dDI.1I: PrssRs faking personal 'description each of the. wee .count bond at $10.000. I j 11
who reported -
with Mrs. Baraiiater. ]
It
I' and health to correspond: against him. The first two
those of the dead persons.Al.1 terms to run consecutivelywhile she's a teacher, was sentenced j
Fir' Pdkv HaUtrs pleaded not guilty, but the third runs ,Concurrently to five years probation I
,
a federal court jury in late with the first two* on the charge ? I
Ji Qctobet found all three defendants total term in prison deal who said he's also] I
Federal Judge Charles D.Friday all of Jacksonville<-were In- meaning a
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guilty of the charges. working now In funeral home j
(t Fulton sentenced, ftminiftterfuneral dicted'by a federal grand jury often years.Then minister I
his work as a -
ti f home operator last June on charges,they used Judge PUUcM'ordered a background Judge Fulton turnedto besides
(
to 10 months in prison then the mails to defraud three (in* Investigation, before the court clerk, noted there was sentenced to 18
I, j ordered! .t\lc reced-=otocS'". action surance companies.The handing out.scnten es. 11,, was no ,legal precedent for months in prison but Judge '
if the man appeals his government chargedthe Prosecuting pie government. what he was about to do. and Pulton ordered five years on -
case was Assistant U. S. sealed of the probation with one condition. SmlHntf Eddie Lee pit.maty .. :
je mall. fraud ccn',Iction. three between Dec., 1960 ordered a copy popular
Matthews. "You either get out of the : local bust ,
James
Two co-defendenta In the and September 1962 used Attorney pre-sentence investigation nessman. Is the
case were handed much light their funeral home operation Friday he sentenced Cros- port on Crosby mailed to preaching business and", stay er c' the Dlve-Inn new own. I
;' er sentences by Judge Fulton 'to'- defraud three insurance judges of'the appeals court IfCrosby in the funeral business or get 1772 NW Tlrih St. PhSl :
j who made it clear he thought companies' does appeal. out of the funeral business". 1-WL. He Invite a"?
they'd been mere "followers* The fraud revolved around Judge' Pulton did not comment and stay'in the preaching bus- fits old friends to cone
of the Rev.Charles J. Crosby. ,making false statements on ,. further on his order buts Incas" Judge Fulton said. and meet new rtlends
Crosby Harriette Ba mIa- the policies substituting dead Everyone welcome indffl !\
I ter and the Rev. W. C.
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it I*,Members of the Frontiers
Club International and the .. > 4N4Y
YMCA are jointly presenting an s
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Emancipation Day program on 3 5x7
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ty,! January 1 at the St.Paul
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Church,'corner of 19th Ave.-and "
of
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I Slat St. at 12:3)0) p.m. : ract-
SenlorT-Teansand Avo. 1 I
t nc..enlor'hi&b school students : : .--
1 will speak on historical information : Y
II leading up to the emancipation Y
of the Negro. 21
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\11' An award will be presented
t t to the student recognition ...
f I his or her presentation by the .
Frontiers Club. Some partici- s4r ,
pants'onvthe'-program are Alvin
I. McDoffle,president-af.tha ... ..
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TO, ALL The Ultimate la Pnotogrohy
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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday December 14, 1964

... QUICK NOTE .DEPARTMENT The Loyal Buddies
again will dole out ''Xmas Baskets to the needy. For
years the Loyal Buddies have been doing this. We
wish them luck in everything they do, Speaking of Loyal l1
Buddies Dave Marks and his"wife Table have a
baby boy ,ll born Thursday Dec. 9. He was named after "
me, "poor child,." his name Is David Paul Marks.. "1
hope .he'll.fix that T.V. set. The Dave' Akins Trio.is at

A 'Q The Pirates Den in Freeport, along with, Jeff Addams
.,"C !' ''BY OIrYE BONbIt' ; .and Chickia Home The Xmas party at Roosevelt Saw II I
ings and Loan Ass'n was a gasser. Thanks to MrPaul / I
'., K Forand,.he had everything to make tbeperty A-success, I I
Merry Xmas 1965. Up to this point it has beenquite' That mess about the policeman going back into uniform
a.year for toe. I guess for you too After lastmasi and the policy ,of the Civil Service Board about 1

: remember I was out"of work from December to the men passing a test, 'after; being In the. streets for ':$J :t;::' ;.: .: ,
March and''COtem. white'gave 'me"B job at the airportand four yearsIs for the birds; Somebody better do' something ) "
gave we a chance to make some money. He Is the quick. These fellows who stein, plain clothes de ATTENTION!!! ATTENTION!! :

H.R.I.C. of Aircraft Services* .lthaVt, been-for: m, serve-to' remains detecttve' < and an-increase in pay. LYHHJEFF DAY .CARE) ElttER'I
dont know' what. would ht"done.Gcxtbless. Coleman 111 be in Freepo for this Xmas weekend paying 'a I
White and his tamily?Anyway after those few tearsI "wlsit" to Maybe who wishes all of her friends Merry Now under new management'end ownership, Excellerit' -

hope you can look back to the past years and say Christmas. From. : Mrs., Annie M.Jones, 2561 NW 152nd 1' faculities, certified teachers. Free pick up and'
OK, we done good'or did bad-and the- .. delivery.. ,Hot meals and afternoon snack. Parents'We
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next year St., Opa Locka Rogers Brown, 1306 NW 62nd Lane;
for invite to visit our modern and most Up to date ;
will be better all and Marie Stroud, 5140 SW .19th St., West Hollywood you
,.:'''J 1'Y ..!tIttt: *...... .*,,,,*,!,* Fla. wish all of their family and friends a Merry Merry kindergarten in this entire area Come and"be con-

':: PRETTY GIRL ,OF THE WEEK J Alma Stevens Christmas and a Happy New, Year. 'Til ,next week. .. vinced. "or..all information,,call: new owner-supervisor
Mrs. Loulse Sands HI 3-4759 home .
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PRETTY BQY OF,TH$ WEEK: Charlie Hadley Life Life Every Golden Minute of it. PEACE! (

MUSICIAN OF SHE WEEK; Maxie NewboldSax) f
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;:" EOPI; SEWING MACItIIII 2 Grcif Bands'!

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C Cleaned and oiled
.Last week I.had the opportunity sit in on a case 9 Adjust all tensions
'. In Judge Don Stone's\ Juvenile?Court. Funny thing aboutus a Check motor and Control
,, we live here.and have no idea of the things going.on e Check all wiring
around us, yes roettoo. These fellows at the Juvenile Change needle
Court really have a job that is. out of this world. e Chance*belt H r
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They have more trouble than the law allows. If Work (ton* la your borne. .*
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were to take more interest In their children it would. :M, .
.,make the job much easier for these fellows in the. juvenile .. boroestlc All work Sewing guaranteed Center e.' ;. F ra ik 4jAc

dept. Believe.. me when I tell you.that thereat a : .
/children; .from. 9 4,1 years' of age that are out in various CALL 614.6242 :

stores, engaged in shoplifing. Even some dhild _
GALORE;
ren whose families are in the middle income bracket HOMEOWNERS Hj'jj:: ,
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which proves thai something is wrong somewhere. Most Consolidate your Blllt .; and his :

4 pf the problem s from,the homes where the mother,. Red.c, your Poypesls .: Chicken Scratched :
without a husband, has to'' go to work and leave thechildren Lower your Interest .. 1 w !

i. unattended. Yet those' parents have to work in $1,000 J x|
order to pay their rent, buy food and clothing for their Pay Back. $20 MM*!? ADDED ATTRACTIONS N
"ever. Juvenile officers, Frank Rivers, Ernest Hayes Back$30 Mbnthly ??fl
f" Willie Matthews and Straughn and White plus many''others : $3 000 .
I haven't met yet-are'doing a tremendous job. Pay Back $40 Mont tyt CONTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT AND DANCING 'TIL I'A.M.
;Maybe,_you don't know it, but the juvenile problem in PHONES
|trade County is a big problem This problem can be .
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:"GERS ON ", '. '.Three weeks have passed since the
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"bomb") (show business talk) took place at the Miami -
Beach Convention Hall .the' Cannonball Adderly-, ? I'
Aretha Franklin Concert.Normally, we don't have much

to say about someone else's promotions, but whet it .
friends of sucked in. it's time we ,, ,
involves our getting / i, ,.w .. 'k w.l,
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did ,say something.First ,'\ .1
of alf,-we can excuse the stupidity on the \: : ? t
part of Dave Mar s, who did a "friend"" a favor whenat '. .: ,
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the part of the promoters, the entertainers were not I" y

paid as promised and only did a part of their usual ,

:performance. Of course, the handful of people in the /'
audience who showed up, instead of the large crowd
expected, did not make up .the difference needed to pay
off. As a result, the show was a very short and dis

appointing thing.
Which bring us up to the point of this article. We
feel that the City of Miami and City of Miami Beach,
which rent out their auditoriums for various attractions

should ensure that a person buying a ticket to their
amusement centers should receive their money's worth, I
to which they are certainly entitled. This can be done !
by havingthe promoters of the affairs post a bond equalto' I
the amount of the performers' contracts. So that In ) r
:un pleasant case of not enough tickets sold, the show 4.I I ,

will go on as scheduled and only'the poor promoter has ', ,:,.; "
Ito suffer.
A money-losing promotion is very painful for j
everyone concerned. But it is most embarrassing to the I (. ; q 1 1
notices received, and 1 N k
entertainers, who suffer the bad ,
to.*.the ticket-buying faithful who get short-changed. !\ Y a'Y
# So, Mayor High and Mayor Roosevelt,how about it?
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\ (l i Miaifti North add today' that lawfully admitted tor permanent I; :aE fr PALACE BAR cfi; .0;,
: his Office i* searching for per* residence,and' have lived- ;
It sons 65 and over who hava in tho United States for fivo MERRY CHftlSTMASl$ MERRY. CHRISTMASI MERRY I
ti) never worked under social security consecutive years at the time CHRISTMASI! I have ': many deer and wonderful friends to
( or the railroad retire- of application. say "Merry Christmas" ta* There ere too many to name, (0
meat system. These people Mr. Clcnaton also noted ,: to ell of you, our sincere wishes.:fora wonderful holiday!
Ai' Mr. Blonston said, may qualify that public welfare recipients Christmas Eve season and our deepest appreciation for always beingto I
I i foe Medicare protection. who are 65 ,and over need not i I : nice to us. 1| con only say that I wish for allot you lust what I II
i'1 Mr. Blonston emphasized get in touch with the social | I wish for myself.
( that the new Federal lw on security office. Details for 'tilJWjj
.. / Medicare will protect them covering thosepn the welfare 9.30 Christmas Is 'suchr'a warm IItowmv-'tim. of the ,.???.
t. only if they apply for the pro roles are being worked out, time for gifting and receyfnoefime| i to .remember our loved
te tlon. There is a deadline and the public welfare agency ones and to count our many bles.'lngs-a'time to watch the
I for i epplYln,. All persons now will, ,give these people Information glow In a child's eyes as he opens Santa's gifts. This yearI
1'I -6$ or over will have the medical on how they may secure am blessed by being able to help 0 'da1l -not my own-but
insurance part of Medicare 'Medicare. protection.REETINGS. JettSs on. I lave dearly. So special Merry Christmas to you, J.
a I only if they apply before next ., .. rome, and to your family, another Merry, Merry Christmas to!
March 31.' ffiiPlWciiiFr the girls who work with, tn*''lva, Mary,, Betty, Louis
All U. 8. Citizens are elig-i jrm ,Sf pY S Foots and Dill, the Blue Note could ,not get along without
able for Medicare at 65. If you you. To Little Buddy and Sugar who help me so much and to
." .- I.\ everyone else we know and 'love.
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Tables celebrate Christmas together
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Louise, Betty, Jerome; Sugar, Little Buddy, Chubby and
Yours Truly. Look for 'me next week in the Tim... I'll tee
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1 : .;.. *'grow stronger as we serve you throughoutthe Delmonico.Charcoal broil Steaks. lb. with MIMIEUX METROCatoR MoiNJ1i
t all ,the trimmings. It's mouth watering! Also JIARTSWEDMESDAY.
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coming year. try our Chitterlings Oysters, and Fried

Chicken. specialize in Grilled Pork Chops. ii9! lkV'k! inTr 1 ''adia.! E r' rF t P 3 w 1 ttit.yrttIrI P.S. Charcoal Broiled Steaks from 6 pm.9 1 1 3

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Of FI.ri pure butter. L;'*:" I ;"n 7_ COLUMBIA PICTURES S.

COMP%I Y Meet all your fripffl/in' Prince's! the

fastest little growing business in town!

Mrs.. Elease Prince, Prop.trt33841W' AMCMI COLON -, >v

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A "great future" for a new- Frank M.. Buchanan: chairman .

ly organized life insurance of the board of United '.. 4 :

company, 'United Educators Educators Life, a former mem- Is
Life of Miami was predicted ber of the State Board of Regents ; _
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Jr. Garth C. Reeves: managing '
and other key company organ editor of the Miami Times, -;, ,

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the firm's formal entry Into the ber of the City Advisory Com ;: ,: I

life insurance field. mittee. : ;t t1 ,
Widespread experience of ; '. ; x r ;
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Board of Directors in the" .
field of insurance, education, \1

finance and human relation ---
was cited by Williams as the, FRANK M. BUCHANAN

basis for his optimistic fore tJon, and I think it will definitely ,

cast.Prominent Floridians 'fill a need." I
play.
United Educators Life received -
ing major roles in the organization its state charter from .
of the new company include t \
Commissioner Williams in April -
: but its license to do business II

in Florida was not granted .
until recent completion of 1i

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; l Legislator widely known for "i" the world will bring and
; joy to joy ;
.'; ? '; his educational interests, for 1 ? .. ,
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JI. mer member of the Southern hope into your homes and hearts: /

Regional Educational Board, ,
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to widespread other "" ,Guest.iiousr

JOHN B. ORR.'JR. business and real estate interests i;'I Dugies : '
and 1964 chairman of ,
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On: an attorney, former 'the United Fund of Dade GARTH c. REEVES r' "t.' (11 i
State Legislator, chairman of County. 2941 NW 47th Street NE 53851FItEE
the board of Roosevelt Sayingsand Dan K. Richardson, Vero its public stock sale.
,Loan Association and Orr said the will
general Beach chairman of the company
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counsel for .Lincoln National Board of Public Instruction offer a complete line of insure JAMAICA DUGIE ALWAYS A FRIEND
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and will include .
ance coverage
of Indian River County

and an active Central Florin a some specially-designed policies ,y yr, ,, ...... .
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-: citrus arove onorstor.nDr..Gilbert ,
L. Porter! nam- of the teaching, -''profes' I

Bank.'r -ed"'c"IY"t\i assistant !to,Dade year School as tapecial Superintendent aims He said an advisory- : com BEAUTIFUL LIVING ROOM. SUITETo &

mittee composed of workingteachers'throughouthe
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Hall after

hA serving 11 years Joe as executive, will be named soon "to advise state Be Given Away Friday, December 24th, 1965; :
secretary of the Florida State r

Teachers Association. .of with teachers us on the particular as they needs may Come Into Store Just Fill In Drawing Card
Sidney Aronovitz, veteran
change from time to time."
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City Commissioner, practicing The executive committee Name Address Phone Number Is All That
attorney and a member of one -
will include Oillingham, presi-
of Miami's ;most prominent
dent of the Southeastern General
families in civic and governmental Is
Agency of Coral Cables; Required.
activity. \
Theodore R. Kipnls, coownerof .
and Orr # j
Buchanan, Reeves
were already associated in the the Seville Hotel, Miami :. Wt do our own Flnonclag Open every n itt 'til 9
Beach and real estate and
operation of Lincoln National executive and WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
construction
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Bank and Roosevelt Savings S !
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Kipnis, also coownerof
,prior to the formation of United Irving the Seville Hotel, in ad- We ':Are Looking Forward To See You In Our Storer

AWT t "vCHRISTMAS Educators. dition to Buchanan, Ansin,
I Williams said of the new Orr, Aronovitz and Porter. HOMER and COMER STEA\BRIDGE
[Insurance "They've'got
company Other directors, well-known
a potent financial busi- for their extensive civic and EDISON FURNITURE EXCHANGE, Inc. I
together -
and insurance
ness group
Christmas include
Once agaia, as business interests,
and I think they have Edmond Main. WCKT Television 'N. W. 7th MIAMI
comes we remember the a great future before them." executive A. Norman 6942 AVENUE FLORIDA
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story of the Star of the East The State Treasurer pointed Drucker, hotel executive and

that led the Three Wise Men to the vast insurance experience attorney; Max Kamlel, a CPA
of Buchanan and an-
to the Manger pf the Christ and former member of New
director, Frank
Quit: May this MOW Star other company to the financial York City Board of Education;
0. Gillingham;
Leonard E. Treister,attorney;/
of Bethlehem guide you to a stature of Ansin, Aronovitzand
developer
and real estate and'riTijNt
world of happiness. other board members "and Mrs. Fannie Price Whittle HE :i.
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the success of Jack prominent in Orlando civic
the others in the two financial
activity.
HEASTIETRANSFER institutions" as grounds for his Karl Bishopric, advertising.," .,' ,.
prediction of the success. Williams agency president; EU Timoner, )p :

also! t<*>V note of -a president of Oiffen Industri es;, .. .. .-, y .
3000 NW 49th St. 'f
unique feature of the new '
Welnkle president
Melvin B. !1
Rhone NE 4-5910 company when he racially-into-said "Thisis of Park Lane Cafeterias and;I ,..Y"-I"') )1'',;,\" t
the first fully Neil Schiff construction comp- i j

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Florida, if not in the nai -
a veteran I ..jM ,
CPA, Is a director and P
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I I EMPLOYMENT Rabinowitz is secretary and "' iff" irt
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medical director is Dr. Rudolph

1336 & 38 NW'3rtA'.. E. Droad, senior attending i

i surgeon at Mt. Sinai Hospital
Established 15 year| .... Miami Beach.

I, Company directors have ,
FR 3-2106 employed Jay Arnett, who has.
i had 20 years experience as an
JOBS JOIS.'JOIS" : insurance executive in New

; York, Indiana, >Texas ,and WILLIAM E. MAHlER REV. ALFCMZO KOZELLLlces4 : WILLIE W.UAA2S
A'lill. NOWIII! ,Alabama, ss senior vice pro.I: E.... .., ...1..11 AisaojarFvaeral Asscfats

ident.Fred R. Lowe, vice president J Director

and directorof.underwthv. S
e. lag, held top-level company i
management posts in Tampa .

ind Orlando before joining! .
United Educators in July 1965. I
James R. Ferguson, an outstanding I
former educator in 4
MANY MANY MORE Florida, will manage the teacher "n.j

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D. Koontt president of the hears ;,,
;' children's low achievement. Til be glad when
National Education, Associa you get out
r ; : ., tion's 800.000-member Departmost' *level," of school ,and get a job,' and
4"i: .hfir' / Teachers Her advice to school how can ho understand
of Classroom the im.
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the blame. education
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thing for nothing '
house
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conditions and heavy workloads

Ill \ntr Educators are forces jet Day Care CenterThe I

to waste precious time on pet.
r ty chore that have nothing. to Miami City Commisaloa quests that the organization be
.3i teaching." Economic given the Dorsey BianchLibrary,
: do yrith this week told OpportunitY ,
The center will
Program Inc. 'executive care for
More friction, she contendsin director Richard Weatherly thata some 75 preschool children,
-- Ebony, results from the building in Manor Park'could Weatherly said.Although ..

i/l fact that "too many pressuresare be used for a day-care center ; the Manor park
/ put on principals pass for children. building is not located within a

j them along to teachers/' Mayor High suggested! that poverty area, Weatherly said,
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EOPI usd the building after
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; THANK YOU JOHNNY! Department Miami-Dado is scheduling of Secretarial Junior one-year College Science


: credit programs in Court...Reporting -
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according to Harriet Withers,

' : f :: 3 COUPLES. LEFT A NIGHT CLUI ; department and evening chairman.schedules Daytime will bo ;

t ,,r ,. .operated in both programs *
The,Court Reporting curriculum

| AIOUT 3 O'CLOCK IN THE MORNING, chine shorthand includes ,courses business in writing ma--,

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business law, court reporting -

j: :' EACH ONE HUNGRY.' SO NOW., retafial procedures.terminology Pie-requi and
t i site for taking machine short
Leaving the .auditorium at Brownsville Jr. High
j WHERE WILL THEY EAT ? % hand'stenograph) course is. one
I': School after speaking before students of the schools'ninth year of typing. .

0 grade civics class, Lawrence E. Batchlar, public Automated Accounting includes
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'..Y 0 Walter Granger and Frances McGriff, president and viceW machines, .data capture equipment
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president of the United Civics Class at the school. and computers; 'with .In.
put-output devices, as well asbusiness
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A recruitment official' from) Students with the highest
The Booker T.
N Upward ,University will .be in Washington
scores on the examination will
.. High School Marching Band
MiamJ$ Dec. -17 to: administer
t the National : be: offered scholarships in theamount alone with its satellites, the
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Scholarship Examination; Competitive to of $1,too a year for Color Bearers and the Drum
.. JANE: ax four'>,..years.. Awards of $500 a Majors have been invited' to
ZA high school :seniors, The
xamination
will,! be. given at, year for four years will go to participate in the Junior Or-

., Washington High,'School at 9 the next highest group o f' ange.Bowl Parade. the Parades
'p.m. scorers. The examination i takes place on Dec. 29 in
i 1 e. University.officials'recently administered free of charge Coral Gables. All Marching:
embarked upon a threo-month; and does, not 'obligate a student Band personnel will report,to
LEA: '$'tour'bf:30 crates and the Dis .toaftejuTHoward' should the, band room In uniform at ,9:
a i w y ."trict'of Columbia to. administer lie prefer another'college. ajn..,'Wednesday.,'Timothy;: 0.>
":A examinations:thM'could>eftut _,/Nttiop'a(1Conlpetitiv' e Savage band director said
i'r: 'J.:.in nearlyy40O,090; : ; :;in:VcfcolarW -1;t Scholar ship. B&Miihatiori:- was that',,a portion of, die par*Ae,
> t ads !ships. for'. outstaadjng"{high instituted. at Howard;;;in 1940.. will get radio newspaper and,
> ,?i .'school;.seniors:. Since that,'time NCSE:wards a television coverage. ',!| .
;jt: Howard counselors will have',gone. to sine 1300 s:in
7 wait some 700 high' schools dents. As a result of lastyear's ,
V between now and Jar 14: ,'when program, '86, freshmen J.R.E. LEE SCHOOL .
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li- mr sw .AarW'+ ,1 s ,4 v8ak ,<" '. ,. the annual "recruitment ;tour ate now enrolled in the Univer
fl y ends. During this period some sity's four undergraduate colleges The J. R. E. Lee Family

S 5,000 students are expected to on scholarships which was happy to see Mrs Dora
H FRANK: J be counseled and tested by a could total' $347,600 between Wright, one of our sixth grade
team of 18 Howard officials. now and 1969. teachers back in school after

S So, Johnny comes to the resciey '.1.REGISTER wn-- FOR ADULT ................... being? on absent her due way to to an school.accident -

Her class along with Mrs.
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11..1. ." ",. 1...."-.,'.,...'tt..'.;,:"-j"',..; '.,q".'..,<,' "'<"...;.;J.'<1'M_! ,"" ",".,'. ",: .?.}'u'..<'.,<,,<.t..,....,.............1i"."' ... .more Please students Note register! thaf'unless for the The music consultant Mr.

.,w't 'I"''\1;..,.'.., >, fKw. .; m_ ;:,....>( M.r... L...'$ 'W j.. 1 (Sewing class they will be clos-> Stflckstad had a presentationfrom
>t> w. ."! .. f-1)J .each group of Christmas
,f., .u..,. ,f.., y.oJ.'.....,' ..,;.1 t.>>.i'.t.. Qed the next semester. We do not .
Carol
wish to lose these classes.

AGAIN WE SAY, THANK YOU JOHNNY!! i Call for BTW Clifford now,Mathews FR 7-2536 Com-and other On surprise Monday,,there our principal was:an-

; Task School Director.JDRAMACLUBFETES. Miss W. C. Bawl, had all the
JRB Lee Family in for a

Christmas party. Turkey and
r ., all the trimmings were served
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d"4' J day skits geared to the taste of H. A. Hadley, 1108 NW
i which refreshments were served your, /home thif/ the past fivo months,' la recuperating -
A and aU. the tots received gifts 49L'Clrristmas and attending his office
j 2 from eneath the Christmas from 10 a.rn. to 12 noon and 6
tree. p.m. to 7 pan.

: .e,. .1DRIVI '.. : "..Ki "' -._",,-., ,::SAMPSON'S 'MARkEJ: his nlIadley gratitude to wants- all the to friends convey
)J46b.NW 62nif Street'
who have been Ji roost generous,
Phone:696-5711; with cards flowers and other
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t Louise McGriff reporter (SCIENTIST)
Rev. D. A. Bradley pastor
1600( NW 54th Street
We had a wonderful time in
the Lord 'Sunday. The spirito 1 The service to be read in
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Oul.dl.Sclen: e Churches
the Lord was high and our
this Sunday will emphasize the

; TEMPLE BAPTI5T\ ,4 soul.pastor The preached No. 1 choir out of sang his rich blessings which an under SALTERS CHAPEL AMA

standing of Christ Jesus' mis-
wonderfully The evening message Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor
4'', TEMPLE BAPTIST was brought by Rev. R. sion brings to mankind. The Flossie Marshall reporter

v ,M.. :, Lang, a visiting minister. lesson-sermon begins with the
Rev L. A. Thompson, pastor We wish"'all of you a Merry mt) \ prophecy from Isiah "Unto us A wonderful quarterly con-

t The children will present Christmas and a Happy New a child {I. born, unto us a son ference was held by our presiding

their Christmas program Friday Year...' Is given: and the government elder. Rev. J, B. Blake
evening at 7:3J( under the shall be upon his shoulder; of the West Miami District,
+ direction of Superintendent and his name shall be called
Sunday morning he brought to
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A. Clark and Mrs. V. Strachan BETHLEHEM BAPTIST wonderful, counsellor, the' us a wonderful Yuletide message
y They are prepared to give the Mighty God, The everlasting '
1475 NW 58th Terrace ,"A, Star Points The
r audience Interesting canta Father, the Prince. of Peace.
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The choir beautiful
Rev. -
Oscar West Way sang
pastor
ta. Christmas service will begin Mary T* Hopkins' reporter Let's not forget the, true meanings The lesson-aennort subject is selections for the season.
"Christian 1\\?
'fI, at 19 with a strong prayer Services it Bethlehem was Science/ Hats off to usher board No.

meeting. spiritually uplifting and'unique of Christmas on this .happy day. one' who had the scriptoria
I The Male Chorus will ,
give because as Paul counseled ; ..sentence printed over the choir

its annual Chrla tmas' dinner Timothy to\ get men to help i ,.' ': JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES which ads life, to the church.
J Saturday 4 p.m. at the home serve the table so did our On next Sunday afternoonthe
l' of Deacon and Mrs. Alfred pastor ,by 'setting .aside three SHILOH BAPTIST ZION HOPE BAPTIST Speaking for the Miami Young People will have

? j\ Dean. President Chas. Ambrose men for deaconship. If, in 90 Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor Northwest Unit Congregation their Christmas program. Mrs
\\ Director Deacon R. days Bro., Howard Delaughter, Rev. A, M. Griffin, pastor Elizabeth Jackson reporter of Jehovah's witnesses on Gunter will be In charge.
their from three day
return a
', Hepburn and the entire group Bro. Grant Hopkins and: Bro. Sis C. M. Myles, reporterWe Zion To Mrs. Reba Montgomery
Hope service circuit convention in Fort
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are all their friends was
expecting Ernest Walton .should prove were blessed with two spiritually high all day Sunday Lauderdale,. Bennie Crump, we'the' members of Sailers
i to enjoy this fellowship affair
with them. themselves they will be ordained wonderful messages from our We will have church service presiding minister said, "We Chapel extend to you our deep-
f as deacons. pastor Sunday Friday starting at 10 and are now in a better positionto est sympathy : In the loss of'
p.m.
All services
on Sunday December 26 Family Dayat .Christmas service will begin lasting through 12 midnight. face up to the pressures your husband.Mrs. .
will Christmas
center around the Bethlehem. You are invitedto 4:30 a.m. Christmas morn- Zion Hope is and problems of our times." Ruby Bogan, mother of
,to but
...... theme. The feature of the '>watch" with us Dec. 31. ing. lost of sorry say According to Crump, the solu- Mrs. Canila White is here for

evening, beginning at 7, will ;,.jt Let us /remember to' visit B\ble Class Thursday at 8 we deacons one ',on our,Monday.most faithful His tion to these pressures presented the holidays. Our pastor along

be a one-hour presentation of the sick and statins: Lavern ,p..roa name is Daniel Smith.McGHANEY to the more than 900 with the+officers wish you a
appropriate anthems and hymns Kendrick in Jackson Memorial The Christmas program will delegates from 10 south Flori- Merry Christmas and a prospers

l ball the singing groups, under -' Hospital and our First Lady be Monday at 8' p.m. Parents da cities was that following ous New Year. "

the direction of R. Hep; Sis. Dorothy West, Hialeah please have"the children present a course that results in increasing ,
burn with Mrs. Vemell Stra praise to God rather
Hospital, at 7:30
17D,6"8000. p.m.
chan at the organ. You are in- SPEAKSAnd. than one of belf-glorifieation."That INCARNATIONChildren! \" .

r sited to spend the day at the. angel' said unto this course is an influence of the Church of

Temple. A Merry Christmas to |FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTRev. ...' .. -....". ........ them! fear not, for behold, I for convinced good, we" he are said.thoroughly the Incarnation, 1865 NW '54

all. ; : ,bring you good tidings of great The theme of the, St., will put on a special
J. E. Jenkins, pastor ir"i' ''': Joy, which shall be to all assembly "Increasing three-day Our Christmas program Sunday at
Ruby Lee,. Carr, reporterWe ; I.ii I. For unto ,
people to you is
; MT. TABOR BAPTIST ;; ; 'f. 'Praise] to Jehovah," was climaxed 4:30: p.m. "A Birthday Long
,' at Friendship give H. born this day in the city of by the featured address: Ago" by Gladys D. Ruth and
e; thanks to the Lord for blessing ) ," ,\." David, a' saviour which is
; .What Does the
Rev. P. S. Brown, minister ."J", Resurrectionof "Long Ago in Bethlehem' by
with the revivalistio .: ,,'', ",''''.1: .r.. : Christ the Lord Luke 2:10-11, You
Dessie Crockett, reporter Us services ".".,!ft !''; {.: the Dead Mean for and Deborah Newman two one act-
we are having. We are .. .G.; 1.1, ;.. .'''.J.. And now I say unto you all, Yours?" The. speaker was will be' feature
plays the
of
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You are urged to read the very elated over the progresswe .. .,;,..'" '. ..'.\... "" ; a Merry Christmas and in having 4 Charles G. Thompson, a traveling
i entire chapter of Matthew in :, and making things, for the the Christmas program.
representative
have made at our church ; merry, '
order to gain biblical Information under the leadership of this Ji" .J please remember. that all Watchtower Society whose The Birth of Jesus Christ

about the Christ Child. Qod sent pastor. We pray God people are made.of one blood d districts. embraces all of Florida told In' music and narrative

,w The Christmas Committee 'will endow him with a special. ... .. ..r. and alf mankind is our,brother t ".. and Southern Georgia. will) raftemeoon feature,of
Invite you to its annual Christmas blessing for God is still callIng and to be kfnd to everyone 'Jn' 'Thompson told the"aifdl-! ( the ; "Tha public. is

f t. program Sunday, Dec. 26at for ministers to stand for our world. We can do this if ence of 1,365 that the resurrection invited. 9 i ud
3:30: p.m. A wonderful program right and righteous. we' think of the way the word 'j of the dead, a teach
has been ? ing unique to the Bible is
: prepared. As We will be having Watch Seasons Greetings and a, spells Christ-mas. So until a ,
I 'f you celebrate: Christ's birth- Night Service New Year's prosperous new year. We whhto later date, if God's will vertain since the dead are unable WHAT CHRISTMAS
day remember our sick and take this method to thank thanks for to praise God (Ps. 115:
Eve. A cordial invitation is reading and God
t '. hoops,, friends and the bereaved the saints and friends for bless all of 17). who promised to reward MEANS TO ME
extended visitors all you."PEACE
to our at
those who died faithful
with
i families their hearty cooperation with
times. We are continuing to 'TIs a season joy triumphant
: us that has been the l life during the fast approaching i I
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pray for the sick and shutins. judgement period Crump When on this day was born
of a job well done In the service
MT. CALVARY M. B. Come to church and have your of the Lord, Special ....--IIK__. said (John 5:28 29). "Whilethe Christ Jesus our SaviourOn
faith this fairest
lifted. thanks Bible indicates that the mom
to public relations
our
(, ReS.. Atchison, pastor chairman ancient non-worshippers of To me Christmas means
of the women' department
Constance. Carter, reporter Mrs. Gussie M. I Hamilton Jehovah God such as the pea The celebration of a boy :?,,",
t l of Nineveh and will The Angels and the Shepherds
,; The annual Christmas Pro- NEW MACEDONIA who has made many con- ple Sodom
, eras. will be held on Monday tact with the local dist. & resurrected because of their Praising songs of joy.
t g state officials that have made being Hades or the common When Mary by the manger knelt
will
I : The
f. p.m. program 3165
NW
56th
Street of mankind those the Adoring Christ
> feature talented our department outstandingagain grave her child
, t: ty And the many highlight of the youth program Rev. Roscoe Willie Jackson, pastor we thank you. Bible, describes being symbolically Comforting him and loving him
will be a play illustrating Beard, reporter Gussie Gamble, State Su- in Gehenna will not For''he was very mild

the birth of Jesus. You The pastor wishes to thank pervisor Women' Departmentof self-glorifying people of Jesus The animals in the stable lay

) are invited. the choirs, ushers, officers the Church of God in Christof on day." The first to see the Lord,

. j The final Baptismal service and members for accompanying Eastern Florida. Earth GOODWILL Crump said the success'ofthe They walked and they talked
4 for the year will be conducted him to New Philadelphia Baptist three-day Bible training And sang the angelic chord
"; on next Sunday at 6 p.m. All Church Service was high. GRACE PRESBYTERIAN I to Men. program in Christian living So praise it and cherish it

members are requested to On the third Sunday in thist Rev. W. F. Savoy, Pastor extend the hearti was marked by the fact that For Christmas, be
S': please be at the church a month services were as usual. WE Christmas wishes 200 persons were baptized in For this is what Christmas
5:30 The public is wel- Congratulations to the Sunday symbol of complete dedicationof
: Means
p.m.
.
to
Let us celebrate Christmas in to one and all of our me.Eldridge
School staff and children their lives in service and
" to come out and witness this the friends and customers.BEAUTYRAMA. Harding
spiritual undertaking. right way and remember to for the excellent Christmas praise to the Most High God
put God first in Sixth Grade Pupil
your celebra.tion Program which they presented Jehovah.
and you will have a truly last Sunday evening Lily C. Evans Elementary
i good time in the name of the i Let us be mindful to attend 6221 N..W.. 16th 'Are..Mrs. .

t Join' theNAACP Lord.From church especially on the last E. R. Sammersett
the pastor officersand Sunday of the year,worship at Prop. Cttf
members of Macedonia, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. There will
we ... .. .. I "i
extend each oe a watch-night service -- .. -- .
to and everyone a on
1 ; very Merry Christmas and a New Year's eve at 10:30 p.m. r" YULETIDE GREETINGSMay

l' I r Happy New Year.It A Merry Christmas to aIH! .......-.4 : t I.t




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'f. "Amaht .end the Night Church and a teacher at Youth I .

j J ,. Visitors," a.Christmas opera HalU; David Shujl. University I I t
-., wiol bo, presented th e of Florida; Barney Evers,
v 1000-seat Now Philadelphia teacher at Miami Springs Senior i.

Baptist -Church, 420 NW 40th High School._As Amahl:
St., Dec. 29 at 8 p.m.
This opera has been widely "Chuckle" Llartes, son of Dr.
acclaimed. It has been shown and Mrs. Carlos Llanes of
on NBC TV for the past 16 Kendall. As Amahl's Mother* Rev. Oscar West and .t

i years. It was the first VifginU Logan member of
opera wish the
Miami Opera Guild, teacher- Family mem-
ever produced on TV It has
been locally Coral Gables Senior High bers of Bethlehem
produced by .
School and your day be
such the Choir of St. every filled'with gladnessin
organizations
as the .
James Lutheran Wv,4F
Church of i Baptist Church A
of
University Miami Central
If .,Baptist Church, Miami Shores Coral Gables ,Merry Christmas and A every way. Many thanks to you! .

Music Production. and St. Tickets available at: North ",..
...James Lutheran Church of Travel Bureau, CommunityDrug Happy New Year.. JOHNSOK OF MIAMI
Coral Gables. Store, J and J Drug Department I

Featured as the Three Kings store, 54th St. Drug, I 1186 NW 38th Street .. 635-4748 ,
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/ PORTRAITS .'. \ ., .... I ,. ..

I MBRftY CHRISTMAS andy ginning with Nlf People r. .
our '
own Negro
etch of you be blessed Press who has prepared or k,, (r'7 1,11: ,,l'" ,:..' h":.r., j L
,th! ( successful and opened the ,way for Vome> of
apPY, Yuletide. Season and a the country's toymen to be
oVi Yea( J966-a,. .we!, con- able to gfre( *ervic$ n"The key
'nue hearing from you so that ipots they are now serving f :
MIT newest :associate (Jose such men as Carl Rowan, Al f NU S.

anise) 'and your own Lou weeney, and others.In By Lawrence B. Cooper ist
Tour may be able Jo con- speaking of the Negro
[inue to salute those who Inomo Press we must .salute its or- PEOPLE ,
way are making contriitions ganization-the NNPA-the National A with that's mighty cordial
that others should Newspeper Publishers "I love my beer." In Seattle, Wash., Mrs.' Martha 4 W.nalAd Friendly, too
now about remember its Association and its president. Forbes celebrated, her 103rd birthday with her usual tLU will
briny
noontime Hoping season
the 'service, the work, the Frank L. Stanley for keeping beverage-a bottle ofbeer.. "Oh I love my S.. a: 1
leeds, and the 'good actions the world abreast of what the beer. It keeps me from aching," says Mrs. Forbes who Joy and Cheer for yon! .

.r others that serve as 'a stintjus ,Negro Is. doing and also was born on a farm In Gentry County, Mo.
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to our youth and the youthf abreast of things the Negro
> today Is the citizen of toToday should know about and And In New York. The Most popular gatheringspot
.. >*. along with this salute, we include in the headquaters of the Cognac Producers of JUDGE'HARVIE, DUVAL
do that extra mile those alert and outspoken France is the office water cooler. There was a conservation
[and find out what'' You' can do editors: of our Negro of water going on and getting an early jump on
to make someone :happy and newspapers who go all out to the Christmas party spirit, the cognac people filled their ... ,
what you can do to encourage see to it that the Negro enjoys water cooler with five gallons of cognac and soda. ','''i ; ,\ ': "
someone to keep on keepingon 'equality in all areas throughout Seems, like right here is a good time to call someone's I' 4s
.
until he is ready to fill one 'the USA. Too much praisecan attention to this! 'f\; h; '
of the jobs that are opening to not be given to these men ******************** ,
our Negro youth and let and the staff'' of their respective PLACES I'l Y:. .
us think of tnofte. who from newspapers who truly T\ ,
time to time have been saluted keep the people, Informed-and A Blood Thirsty Nation. "Check your guns here,"
by "Global Portraits" for the well .informed at that.' reads a notice in the entrance to the stately Philippine

contributions they have made In keeping with this saluteit Congress building in 'Manila. An estimated 16,000 kill
still making be- is with pride that .
and are we present
ings a year are commited in these islands. 'Most of the
our Documentary Seriesof
...---.......... the Negro Press which reveals killings were classified as "homicides" meaning that
the workings of the Negro they are not premeditated. Some of the Natives prefer
Press 'as well as the various poison darts or bows. and arrows. Some of the respectable
ways in which it is help carry guns. The Philippines may well be the most
C ing to prepare the Negro for lawless land in the world. Experts say that the. lack of
Z the future-for example, in law and order here is the most significant obstacle. to / 1 .. r;'

Wichita, Kansas, the Enlighter this country's growth, .! ,. .'
? and Its "Operation. Consoli ******************** .. ,
dation" makes a way out of THINGS. ." ,
. "'
what seems to be 'no way' The Nomadsi are Comings You better watch' out! ;j '. '

;S Such a project as "Consolida The Miami Police Dept. 'got the word Thursday. The
tion" and others are discussed -
SL many annual winter guests, the Gypsies, are enroute to our
; tt Interviews"in "Taped which on make Location up out.town.--30 carloads, mostly in panel trucks.are headed ; ."

Documentary Series on the south. Beware, of flimflam glmmacks, pickpockets and :" ,:: '

,.,...' .,'jI l t Negro Press. So you can see home improvement rackets. The season is already uponus. : ;, ...>" .
.' : ) when salute the A talking to North Miami
we Negro gypsy woman, a man sun
.. ,' 1905 ... ,/ Press we are surely giving the ning himself on his lawn decided to massage him witha '"

>: the salute to a worthy ..organ "magic healing oil," and after the massage, ,the gent ,. '

ization. discovered his billfold and 60 bucks were gone! : .
Now that' we have spoken ******************** .
of the worth of our Negro Besides Christmas, New Year's, Lincoln's birth '
Press why not make this a I "s';" 't ,
I' real Christmas and give a gift day, etc., etc., Americans make every event or special

subscription of your local day mercenery and commercial. J
newspaper to a friend or even They' have been capitalizing on John F. Kennedy' mum
to an organ!zation-or to a ever since his untimely demise: Half dollar pieces, pho '
school-or to a church-and you tographs'and the like. Now come' the cake-taker, an
TROY'S BAR-B-Q might also include another auctioning off of a drawing of hui feet. ;An. autograph y
? subscription of one of what is'dealer, in New York has ,on a cfa .p'ptece"OC paper the
6917 NW IStk, Avenue usually spoken of as'the "Big outline of feet which he expects toget: bids of a ,mini

Hattie Backwlth 10." Newspapers that mun of $500. By the way, his.feet measured 11x4%. 'q- \ frLJIOLIBATI
,
national and international '
carry Want to buy a pair President's' feet? I
Sarah Graham even a Negro daily
news or ********************
Jasl DanlsonMr .-the Atlanta Daily World or
Many people who don't cotton to science, ex
Arnold Troy, Prop. the Chicago Daily Defender.It's up
Global Portrait-OPO plorations and the like, do believe with all sincerity,

,.,...-.......--.."'* Box 672, NYC (mostly.religiousthatman will never set foot on "God's PARTYING
Moon. With recent failures .0f.1 Gemini Program,_it "1
adds to their""I told you so's." You doubters can bet A \

your life that man will be placed on the moon. Now ,
what happens thereafter is anyone's guess-even the i Prices- as low. as
scientists who will put him there. ;l3599
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I guess people with gobs of money-industrialists,
financiers, and the like, who can bury! you in the green "

stuff, get greedier by every new dollar added to their \tr"''J.. ,' ..
healthy stack. They would go to any unscrupulous meansto ". .

bilk the consumer (poor sucker) out of more. 'There .. ,.. .
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was a full scale promotion of a popular consumer pro '>" ,
duct going on in Florida. Remember? "Bert Cooper -:, .b:, !

drinks (beep-beep) do you? The millionaires who'are In ,.
this racket er, er, buss ness got caught by the Feds for Beautiful free

I price fixing. x gift wrapping
WE WISH YOU LOADS OF

CHRISTMAS YOUR THANK FRIENDSHIP.YOU JOY FOR AND j Y Jfl(' YE{( IIGtKJl1i".lIP. .r


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RANGE. ,: I SCHOLARS I PS G.IVEH I!
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: Willie Adkins of 1209 NW BY "VIOLA COURT ;

I i 62nd St., died at the Lincoln .1'
There were .two ,scholarships I

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Home
4\\ Memorial Nursing Oil "
: given by (
away Royal! \
Deo 20. He is !survived by .i ,
I. t .. ..._ .- his widow, Mrs. Lovenla Ad* ., Viola Ouit; .No. 1 by ''the
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: Scholarship Committee<< from the "
: ; IN MEMSRIASI .tins and .a sister, Mrs. Inez "*
IN
MEM0RIAMIn tnternation-.
f CARO. OF THAWKS Belle Heath of Opelousas, Exalted Degree of I

I; |II Dedicated to the memory o f The family of the late sad buj: loving memory La. Arrangements l are incom- .I Tree and Accepted 'Modem

our darling mother, .MRS. CORA LEE of 'Oil( dear wife and mother, plete. ,Masons of Eastern Star Lady
STEBBJNSof .
Jioncnle Lee William
.. ; gave two
.. :I 2743 NW 56th St., Miami, MRS.. SARAlf'MOZBLLwholj Mrs* Lovina Brown of 218 i scholarship blanks to two high
'
who departed this life Nov. adeparted this J life( Dec NW 14th Terr., died at Jack-i i : school graduates and they

1 27, 1965, wish to express our 11, 1963.1*' sun Memorial Hospital Wed" WOI'first
prize which
thanks and Earth has lost Its j look 'gladness \ was a

many' appreciation nesday Doc. 15.. Mrs. Brownis total o( $600.Noble .
to the many friends and neighbor A "* a,pioneer Mfamian and will! Maggie "
for their kindness. The Heaven seen to us jnorsbright .Lumpkina,
be remembered
by many"of our -
; Royal Matron;,Noble Jimmie L.
beautiful florals
meitsiges of,
,,
senior cltizona.She was a devoted '
sympathy, telegrams, cards Since the ,Spirit of out dear Williams, assistant, Royal Matron -
and faithful member of
) and condolences during one ; Lady Ruby Glover, sec
our Took 'it's ," Greater Bethel AME Church ,I retwy.LONGHORNi.
ber
41ai! pen .J| J.'it deep happy- homeward
grautud we.upreisburheatwfelt flight and served her church in many i ,;'

thanks to the Rey. T.. C. And we long to cross that areas.; She Is survived by "

KelLey, St. Paul AME .Church river ., eight sons, Wellington, Arte-
who delivered the eulogy that Long, to ,rest upon that shore mus, Hezekiah, Richard, Her-
!
was most comforting and to There to see and know and nando Benjamin and Clinton i .. ,

Range Funeral Home'and staff love them ., Brown; one daughter,' Delores '.
for their courtesies. With the Savior evermore. B. Barkadale; four sisters; r .

tjMay God; forever bless two brothers twenty-six grandchildren I
you. .
_____ The Mozell Family ; five great-grand- ._....._--- ..,
__ ": We give thanks for'our

_________ ThoiFamily, ALBERT.:- --- 'children.on Wednesday Services, Dec were 22 held at blessingsand ,,. .. "

Greater Bethel with the Rev. oil.
Isaac Hudson
Leroy 5729 send
f FANNIE BELLE SHANNON IN.MEMORIAM & A. Cousin officiating. you oar ,
Flagler St., West Hollywood,

;, ?> who departed this life two In loving memory of our died Dec. 18. Services will -:. Infant Velvia L. Hutcher- best wishes. .
beloved be conducted Wednesday from son died At Jackson Memorial :.
years ago, December 22 husband and father, .a
1 1963.
\.'< When the hours fo the day are ELLIOTT PRINCE the Mr. Sinai AME Church in Hospital Dec. 20..Velvia, was DIAMOND TV, '

k'\ numbered. who departed this life Decem- Hollywood. Survivors are wife, the four month-old daughter of CL .

: I I And the voices of the night ber 24, 19637 Ollle a son, Leroy Jr.. three Mrs. Mozella Hutcherson of Expert'Radio and A

l' { 1 Wake the bettsf soul that slumbered There's on open gate at the brothers and five sisters. 6224 NW 13th Ct. Chapel services 'Aer;1
end of the road were held on Thursday TV Repair

: : To a holy calm delight Through which each must go Ellis,161 NW 16th rooming December 23 at 10. '

a ere, me evening lamps are alone; St., died Dec. 20. Serviceswere Sam Oliver of 1501 NW 59 STEVE COOPER, <.: We welcome this '
lighted And there in a light we cannot conducted Thursday from St., died at Jackson Memorial Manager and Technician

t... And like phantoms grim and see, n the Liberty City chapel. Survivor Hospital on Dec. 16. He ia chance to wish each<;
tallShadows X Our Father claims his own> is,a wU" Oussie. ;at survived by his widow, Mrs.

from the faithful firelight .. Mildred Prince: wife ** ;-\' Bertha Oliver; four daughters; 1484 N.: W; 62nd STREET of you :? merry Yule.

Rosa Famngtori, daughter Chirlie Will Thomas 228 Rhena Witherspoon, Jacquelyn PHONES 6914176,

Dance upon the parlor wall, *h.. Lillian Prince. Smith 2 NW 22nd Lane,. died Dec.'17. l Heull, Alma Frazier and

Then the forms of the departed, daughterElliott Services weVi conducted: on :Betty Jean Oliver; four sons, <......_ ......4IKMAHKE \..... !

enter .., Prince Jr.;fefcn Thursday from the Liberty ;Robert, William Clarence and
At the open door Two"8 ns.tn-law, 2.daughters* City chapel. Survivors are ;Ruben; two stepsons, Sam h. <

The beloved and ture .hearted in-law, four grandchildren, one wife, Lucille, two sisters, i CoPeland and Wilburt Neason; 1045NW *
... Ivory Daniel Cola
I
brother Sally Thomas and ),
come a sister-in-law. and$ Daisy Leav- i host of in an aunt and uncle. 8th St., Hallandale. died j
To visit us once mole. relatives and friends ;grandchildren;niecesnephews
Dec. 21. He is survived by his I I
.. ,.
,With slow and noiseless footstep and other relatives and friends. I
.. 111 ) wife four daughters ]
son,
Lee- Delf Mary, a :
Services
t CARD OF THANKS Bohler, .10040 were held on Dec. I
,' ? 'Comes that messenger devine $ Ouava St., Perrlne. died bec. 21 at the Corinth Baptist ,hIs mother, Mrs Georgia'
1 : 18. Miclcins, a sister. Mrs. Cath- '.
4' ,She lakes a chair beside sAnd %giamily.of Services were conducted Church. i

J lays her gentle hand in LANCE GQIp'ORAI., LESTER Friday" from Hurst Chapel( Daniel Smith' of '1807 NW erine Gipson, three uncles,

Ours KEY AME : Ct lrch. Survivors are'40th,.St.;;died at,home.on Dec. and an aunt. Services were

v And she sits and gazes at us, Nhowas, killed sniper. fire ,wife, Maybell, ,' A a*',daughter,';20. He is survived by his widow conducted Friday In the
with the Rev. A. C.
With those deep and tender in...yiet Nam on Thanksgiving Lillie' Grace, fiver brothers, ,Mrs. Agustd!Smith; a son, 'chapel
Mozell officiating.
i
eyes.Looking Day and was funeralized December four sisters, nieces, nephews.. Daniel! Smith, Jf.,' a daughter;,
y'
RLikgthogtarei sosEili} fired 10,take..this'method of Remains were sent to Tiftorr Mrs.' Gloria, Franklin; son-in- Nancy and Ida Lou Smith; four ,. l "
seirnt'like 'nrn T r' expressing heaftfelf grateful-1,Oa. for.fJnaLrltes.' \ t$'a. Elijah ;Franklin;'*:two 'brothers} Charles{Wash.,D.Cj, J.1 i ,Ill! 'I\.I l,14'i. M17Wr"rlly

downard from.. .. the ness to everyone who made grandchildren, Twyla and 'Tyrone Henry, Melbourne, Pla., ,Alex, '
Monroe ;
skies, '" their burden lighter ''by' the Lockett 1270. NW Franklin; sister-in-law, New York, and Steven, Mel LENNY'S DRUGS ?\
died
pl Uttered not yet comprehend many kindnesses and expressions 38th St. Dec20. Service Mrs. Lorana Sweeting.Servicesare bourne, Fla;one step-daughter, .. ,f
I Is the will be held Monday at a time 1700 NW 3rd AveAUe
spirits voiceless prayer of sympathy. Special incomplete. Ossie Mae Smith; six. grandchildren
and place to be announced.
Raft rebuke in blessings end- thanks to Rev. Milton Faison ; one great grandchild
t edBreathing Youth Survivors are wife Annie B., Rev. Horace Dexter Smith ; FR 4-29S9 j
Group and'entire other relatives
and
mem of friends
1756
NW
68th
St. died at
two Ernest and James
sons
from her lips of air bership of Mt. Zion AME nine grandchildren, two ,\ the Jackson Memorial Hospital Services are incomplete. ..........-.......-
,0, though oft, Church great-
depressed and and to the House of
grandcildren.Georae on Tuesday Dec. 21. Rev. '
lonelyAll Albert.Mr. .
= Smith was an Evangelist in '

r If I but my remember fears are laid aside and Frank Brown, 364 the Miami area and affiliated r EVERGREEN MEMORIAL PARK, Special Notice for

Mrs Harvey Key, Frow Ave. l with the Church of the Living \ regular Saturday and Sunday visitors effective
(1- Such as these have lived and parents ,* onut@vo:J only \
1 died, And Family died Dec.' 19. Arrangementsare God the Pillar and Ground of for Saturday and Sunday Dec. 25 and .Dec 26, 1965, .

I A When) to the grave one day our incomplete.; widow Truth* He ,i fS survived by MS and Jan. 1, 1966 and Jan. 2, 1966. ;.
'
Mrs. Doll' Smith; two
bodies go Instead of being open on Saturday and Sunday which
Patronia sons, Manatee and !
Favors
George T.
Our souls will.meet ,n heavento Williams Is our usual practice THIS and
"
1 IN Johnson Saturday Sunday will be
MEMORIAMIn
268 NW 11th St., apt. 225. ; three sisters, Ruth,
part no more joyous Christmas weekend for
died employees (Dec. 25 and
Dec.
18. Arrangements a
t if"; Sleep on mother and take your loving memory of our r are incomplete. .................... Dec. 26)) and next Saturday and Sunday, the Happy I

rest son and brother -- New Year weekend (Jan. 1st and Jan. 2nd 1966.)
We loved you but Jesus lovedyou" .
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-- Infant son of Patricia Ball
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H. E.
1 best. WALTHER, SUPT.--
: ,t Your children and grandchildren Rodriguez San Diego Ball died Evergreen Cemetery
; 4 died Dec. 18. Service held in Greetings 3065 NW 4Ut'St. Tel. NE 4-8242
the Liberty City chapel. "
Rev.' John A. James, son rFx
;. 1 Eunice M. BradleY, DghL
\'
Bessie James, Daughter ttt m otti I II

Prenella Shannon daughter
Eamestine Moore Williamsand

Carol Ann Taylor, I I ,

granddaughters 3k
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THANKS I
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i the family AwwWMw.a; i
of the late << qq' x

I" f.i""b. FRED W. ROBINSON all of I \
wish to thank the many friends I ;rNg1 To you-our '

I and neighbors flowers, telegrams and patronswe f

and cards sent during -- wish a very ,merriest I

I our bereavement RUFUS CARLTON FISHER of merry ChristmasesJ .
:: t Special thanks to Rev. J. who ,
was killed December
t on ;
; Johnson and the .
Range Funeral
1
j 1 ,25, 1963. c
Home. CHARLEY ROOS
., a.I"t:i The Family Mr. Robinson:. IRVIN MARSHALL It I
We have sat
many hours remembering ''
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+ Mrs. R 'Hoblnson, two son.i' BRAYNEH

and one daughter, a brother, that sad day and, _FLO KIRKLAND, I
three sisters and other rela- the days that followed which: merryChristmas FLO SMITHMARGARET ,
I tl have left a gap that cannot be BELL
vo.
.1 i V filled in our lives.
DORIS DEMPS
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Love can never lose its, DOT DIXON May the 'New ,

: IN MEMORIAMIn own yet love will dream and;.: ( LIZ HOUSTON 'ii

; ';' loving memory of our faith.will! trust. for p65LEON'S JO DRU HARRIS RUSS fjl4)I) Year bring you luck," J

1 darling mother, I ,Since he who knows our!. .
DOT WALTON
t MRS. SYDNEY W. VAUGHT need is just. TAILORS BETTY JOHNSON success, and happiness

.
t
psi who departed this life on Dec.. ,j :" 'That somehow somewhere. Suits Mode to Measure ADELLE DALLAS
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19, 1964. ," \L' ;.:;>* ;I- raeei wo must. -? :' Dry. Cleaning Alterations ROYAL DRIVE-INN J & J DRUG DEPT Sf ORE- ., ,

f-oao: buUiot forgotten.: *" 3 ,1. ? ;t ,' vft, ,' .' Laundry Service "'" 1
.,";' Mr- and Mrs. Carlton Fisher. 6840 NW 15th Avenue

The \'xughtpd, ,Fayscst Parents .t.ctvNvl 6937 NW 15th Ave. '1410 NW 62nd Street
>'- .. """" '- Phone 691.9810 TONY Phone: 691-2001
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FOR SALE FOR SALEOutstanding FOR RENT f i.Tt, ,. 'Ik.,, ,:l.', ; -".$u.1M. 55x135-M.W. tab Ttrr.

I 2 bedroom,CBS, Buncho: Park, .. Home Modem furs room with private S9x193 .N.W. SStft St: r109x1

1250 down, $53 month pays Very beautiful home on large phone for intelligent man. Desirable @ 51 Ttrtil7Ave.SOxIO9.41st.St. .
closing costs total -
til. No lot, landscaped. Large attached location, 1545 NW 68
price $8,000. Call Mr. Chris garage,large Fla room, tile St. 69-2494. I REDUCE .'
688-633 nites 6817740. roil, ,
appliances
air
at condit
Los to 6 !04'14C41,25:
poondiWEEKLY
Brooks Realtor. loner fire place vF '
R. M. ': wallwallcarpetl Lovely room for single man or "
&, B;autifu' CBS home, tile roof $450 down. and $77 month. 16020 NW 17th Place. REAL ESTATE
Haws
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corner house, 3 bedroom, 1 Ufe ReahL Broker, 4932 NW t545 S. W, 1st Street Acrvag
bath living and dining room, 7th 94371. 1 three bedroom house. Call SALESMAN'RETURNS FR 3-2748 NEED MONEY

wall to wall carpet fenced No -- 6343610. TO PART TI ME DUTY I CALL BARON JE 0
Closing Costs J.nO
swimming pool 17x32. 1520NW i ...'- ''f DR.. LOtJc;'$ CLIHICftff :
93rd St. $14,500 reasonable' Lovely, 2 corner.baths,'CBS carport, 2 ,bedrooms red- Lovely room, private bath and J, Carle Capers who fell .;,-",.,
down. tile roof jalousie windows, entrance for a nice gentleman. ill of a heart ailment on Au- ** *

Qualifying-MoJ1Ught air conditioner, range House No cooking. 5950 NW 9th Ave gust 1st, returns to the office ..,

No bedroom ,home at 1728 In is spotless and 2nd bedroo m Phone: 7515236. of the Universal Real Estate, .............. ... ... ,, ,. '
Neat 2 has its own outside door. 4600 NW 7th Ave. where he is ,,"'P'" #JN' ''InW --Alt A nFtr w ;; nb .:;
NW 43rd st. Enclosed front Price is $11,000 with $350 Furn. efficiencies $15 wkly. a registered. real estate salesman .: ,,,$'',4W'.i'. > :.1 ,. .',:.1:.<0II ."
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porch carport, appliances. down and $68 month. Key at Light, gas water waste removal ,)... t";,It ; I..> .. p" '
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$250 down ,and $85 month Life Realty, Broker, 4932 NW included. Call 688-3225 Mr. Capers invities thou': : f>,,1i -., ''. l '" ;,,-'1\'I''i'; '''.':''''{ "' ,;3 ', "
all. Key at Life Realty, 7th PL after 5 ; '
94371.
pays Ave. p.m. who are in the market for a I \
Broker 4932 NW 7th ,%ve. PL home or business to come in : 'Wt S't, ,Ntw, "Yej1jt':, :

M371.0pen evenings and Sundays No Closing Costs House. 3 bedrooms CBS all or call him at 751-8652or 634I I '
Lovely 3 bedroom home on 2 pri! vate spacious kitchen tile 5705 for his help in finding '.. <, ..i!: '"" I
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lots, fenced, enclosed front bath, and porch small Fla. ": *t.$* : '; ;' :
what
No Qualifying-Move Right In tiled room, quiet neighborhood. you want. A '''';J ,.S1'S'I'S" ,.J '" .
kit-
Brand new 3 bedroom, 2 baths chen porch, central carport heat large, appliances Reasonable. 3089 NW 51 Terr. .,. ',.,, .. l' 'C'''' 1.,... ... : .'\;<. <\ ,'

CDS carport terrazzo floors, Price only $12.350. $350 do. m. ". Y'I' D l .p. 1'ftI II'ti' ":+,," WI,,:
large modem kitchen colored and $71 month FHA. Life Apt. Downtown area. 'I bed- CENT RVlLLA ; M :".'::,-,-
fixtures in both bathrooms, Realty. Broker, 4932 N.W. 7th room. $10.50 unfurn. 1 bed- KINDERGARTEN 'J. -
awning windows extra large Aye PL 9-437l.Open Sundays room furn. all utilities $18. down. FHA. 3 bedroom CBS
lot. A bargain $15,500 with and eves. Call ilickins Rental Agency, 5861 N.W. 17TH AVENUE 729 JW 47H $300
11,000 down and $115 month '- 374-6506. Indef Flo room, $82 "monthly' tile rod, oak lloori.
pays' all. Must be seen! Keys No Qualifying CERTIFIED' PERSONNEL

at Life Realty, Broker, 4932 Move in Today bedroom :HOT.LUNCHES .493 NW41.ST $10,500 total. bedrooms, 2 baths,'
Call
$300, Down. $83 per month. Furn. 1 apt. ,
NW 7th Ave. PL94371. ,solar heater end booster
water
See: 1651NW 84th Street.'3 '7540977. PICK-UP SERVICE lifetime aluminum) siding{ ,
NoQuaUfyin$-Move Right In bedroom, partially furnished, REGISTER NOW Fl* perch, S ovlw. awnings 2 porches. -w

4 bedroom, 2' bath, C&S, on CBS $ 1soo'total.. Gold Room in private home Gentle
N.W. 45th St. Fla room, carport Coast Realtors. 4301 NW 2nd man. For information call 681-7796 OR SS6-5802 4315 NVf (II I PL 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, $400 down,

jalousie window, 2 kitchens Ave. PL 1-2426. 635-0276. 23rd Ave & 55th FHA, $11,000 total. Oak floors, extra kitchen,, sear
with 2 stoves 2 refri- Terr. N.W. .Mrs. R. E. Copland, S.p. Manor Park schools, park and pool.

terators. Can be used for 2fsmilies. ----- bill ST. CBS, duplex, $450 down, FHA, lovely 2

with .$LJOOOdown.'A brgair..l.and.411,000.$87 MERRY CHRISTMAS 2 bedroom. new building pan- bedroom opts. $14,500 total llv free wall Uylng.SMBNW6CT. .
Ben-Kori,
from-A. oeti<
To"everyone 1y fum..20': rYll36TOV5th
month all. Life Realty,. .
Broker,pays 4932. N.W. 7th Ave. Realtor and family. 612 NW Ave. Call JE 1-3184 or i No Q"allfII' 'red tape. $1,000
PL 9-437M>r>enSundayeves.;' Oth-St, Call MS ,Monday '751-,CA'1.4833fotkcy.N SfcLL do... "Will point toty. color-icheme.---tatj M -.

.... 2243.
----- for $11,500.
-- growing yovngstcrs.
6 bedroom' house fully furn. Fix .
'R1Ii
$500 down. No closing costs. HELP WANTED
Comer CBS, 2 bedrooms air* downtown Miami. $25 vreb 784 IIW 15 ST, *- $400 down, FHA. neat as a ,ln,
conditioning, and heat; tileroof BAR MAIDS Call JE 1-3184 or CA 1-4833 FU1'sskS $12,000, lovely frftlt trees, extra,well, and sprinklers.
cellar.,,1795 NW 81 Terr. Attractive, over 21. 5'3" or for key sear all conveniences.,
; salary Room & '
over. Top MISCELLANEOUSMae's = -

17th Avenue transporationt Phone collect t w Hb HANDY MAN SPECIAL $5,960 to to I.Con b* 3bd-
) .peri Custom-made
4 bedroom home only $450 Jerry at CY 4-9186 Key West. ; s.
down FHA,owner pays closing 12 noon'to.1 p.m. draperies. Slip covers and bed room, 1H bath, needs ptlat,SOHM repairs. ,:''1. ',:'-

costs,'two fUll baths and a big Jan. 7 spreads. Festoon work of all
Fla room. $14,300 full priceif Dishwashers ,and kitchen help. kinds. ,Phone..,987-799/0 or, OX 'HI III II st. -. 4 bedrooms, 2H'bat ;'\nclodes'adjoining .

you want something good ,Over 18 yrs. See Manager. Apply .. 1.3850. 5000 Pembroke. Rd. ( bedroom and bath, private charters-for In-
call us, for details Open evenings Holiday Cafeteria. 8288 Hollywood, Fla., laws or in coat*. Close to ,very school need. Custom

and sUndays Rememberif Biscayne Blvd. Indef b Milt residence for' the ..p.c1or.Luyer who'can, afford
you'll work with us we'll ---- HELP WANTEDCAB
the best. Let's discuss terms.MM .
Waitresses. Royal
work with you. Phone OX 1- Experienced
0262 Drive-In. 6840 NW 15th Ave. DRIVERS. Apply at
Biscayne Realty ,
Broker, 9635 NW 22nd Ave.pic. Society Cab Office, 269 NW NW 41 ST., Make cash offer Large 2 'bedroom,

21st Street. Indf. 2 bath In fine condition and good neighborhood.p .
22nd Avenue w.,>**. *r"d. { ,, .; ,, w isgrypWH +fiW
FOR SALE EXECUTIVE SECRETARY .
3 bedroom CBS only $250 ; Must have at least 3 years .(1$, : 1517r,11 "tf '1514rfl: :
down like new condition owner
WYNN BUILDING CORP. office experience and be ableto '
pays closing costs on this and take shorthand 90 /I '
OFFERS type .
NW 7* Aft :
rare buy. $11,400 full price : : ;
Call 377-8601 )
!! words a minute. .
SPECIALSII \ .
HOLIDAY ., 'l"r ," ..,
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and low, low monthly pay- Jan.. 7START } f >' "*"s i *'*' i- ) 'w "'W, '"
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*ments.nd Sundays we're and open if you'll evenings work NEW HOMES WORK tOO Y.I. I 1-1.I.' ","" ., 'j I {J,' "' "' ,''t.-j."' <,;.;' ,.,. !r li;,.

with us we'll work ,with you. 1147 NW 46th Street A Public Service Ov.r ,'s, < *'i"'{ Mt."v' 't' ..TZN" ,' ,''roq':
Phone OX '1-0262. Biscayne: 4 bedrooms, Fla rm., gorag., 20 Years

Realty, Inc., Broker, 9635 NW central h.at. $107 mOo Live In. Molls*
22nd Ave. 1042 NW 59th Street Cooks Bus Boys I LIBERTY'HOMES
r--- 3 bedrooms, Flo rm., garage Dishwashers Porters
47th Street central h.at, screen Gas Station Drivers
4 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS. big patio. $103 mo. Luxury llv- Hotel & Horn Molds EDISON Specials
rambling home in Manor Park. w. Appreciate Your
no Ing.BARGAIN CORNER NW 27th Av*. at 211th St.
qualifying for this home Business
on nice lot. Inspect 928 NW Only I two! Almost new thou.re Call Claire Romano:

47th St. It does need some possessions. Save 624-4071
these At.r
sands. Act lost on 9.8382RWc11
work but just give us a list of ,.fR
speical bargains.J FEATURE
ALL HOMES
extra
what you want done and a binder 234-295 t"' 299 NW 43 ST. CBS, on corner, garage
1.6902 Floors
and we'll fix: it up for you. E : lN.E.5thStrtiDugies Terrazzo
If you'll work with us we'll Solid Sodd.d Lots 335 NW43 ST bedrooms, 2 baths, garage,

work with you. Phone OX 1- 75 Ft.x100 Ft. $12,000 FHA, $300 down, Ho
0262. Biscayne Realty Inc. Hous" .' Minimum Lot Size closing cdsts.

-Broker, 9635 NW 22nd Ave. = Guest .= SewQ4 City Water system and 1737 NW4S ST Duplex plus 2 bedroom home- ,
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$200 DownNo .' .. -,Tha hauof'unsuol ,roo"a'! ,:''.ji ,..If>':' Sliding Patio Doors mm\ 5 AV. 3 bedroom, 2 baths, CBS

qualifying for this nice 2 .1'1::;. ;; 1 J.v,,..l.uK....,. I.. ..,fnd bedroom CBS. $65 month and ,.<.< .'Oy" p w u, 'l'" ,Interior>> Colors 26 NW 51 ST. "''e. coner property
full ; whir ccIf.ngggo;y u'a'fidw ; [ Close to Shopping andExpressways I
price "
only $7,000. Better 431 NW58 ST. CBS, Duplex, $12,500 sr
hurry on this Remember Si.f"tfgbn."J"g:
one. p .
if you'll work' with us we'll nodalonito. fh/s'/;''arX.eat rotb.rOPEN TO : 6331 1 NWMA PL3 bedrooms, 2 both", CBS,
,d oalyln $11,700 $13,400
work
with
you. Phone OX 1- garage, $400 down, FHA
0262 Biscayne Realty, Inc. 24 HOURS A DAY As little as $18 a mo. ,
Broker 9635 NW 22nd Ave. 634-.1 .VA and FHA FINANCING 6SI5NW2 AVE $IS .tIs. Ho qlaUfjlng.

2941 N.W. 47TH STREET NEW ,YEAR'S 3221 1'1. ST. $65 month. No Qualifying88N

port Lovely, jalousie 2 bedroom, CBS car JAMAICA friendAl's DUGIE SPECIAL ; NW 12 CT. CBS, duplex, 2 bedrooms each
windows, awn- Aiwa s a Jan 1' 1966
inas,2 : Good until sid.
.. appliances.
heat, enclosed front and back Outstanding I II 1561 NW8I I ST. 2 bedrooms, $6500 total.
,f' I 2 Bedroom, 1 Beth Horn ((60x177 lot)
2u 500A 'wonderful buy at

,FIIA. Key$350 at down Life $72 Realty mOo 27th Ave. $11,500Any I 2270 RIll ST. 3 bedroom, CBS, Fla room,

'Broker 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL $11,500 total. --
Mkt who has
9-4371.. Open Sundays. Fish' & ,Poultry man or woman
'- served In the ormed forces
DISPLACED? $100 DOWN
EEINO -
for at l icost 90' days i IsItgibU
No
Wily fun Closing.2bedroomseparate Costs I .... Home of U-Buy-'Em, WeFry.'EmBOX ,to buy a horn for ARE YOU A VETERAN; ? $100 DOWNEbISOHREAtJ'
for little as
garage enclosed front porch, LUNCHES TO GO as '
'.*** room, immaculate inside $200 DOWN _1
d frig. Almost new atove 633-9491' : .J h Homes { Recdt'Qr.s:
and r Located on NW 37th FREE DELIVERY CALL Liberty .

St."00 A down bargain and at $8,400 month FIIA with 27th Ave. EstatesBuilt by the Sl ''N' W ''": ''" .n'q.{ : ,l. ,1,61 '2f1f4.' ", /'
H.W.
p' :,
JCeys at Life Real Broker, 4518 JANIS CORPORATION :, U,9.; \ ; ,.

4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. ..... FARRINGTON, PROP. .. '.- -" -
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\tn' 20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 24, 1965' ',' ".. ".,-
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Carver All membersdfie'Gladsof'v': I "
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I 1956 are asked to,meet inline*, I'

[I II Ralches I' bandroom on Jan.3rd at.8 p.m.
I In a move Monday to draw then they received $409, ,at the Northwestern Voc lUah'School f
I, { 4 more recruits City Manager the second step in police pay CARVER YMCA NEWS of &h exchange. Pre-reglstra in preparation. I for. ,
i t :M. L. Reese raised the 'starting plan. tion ,a necc89W ",;? proper a.- Nsw class ten-year reunion." ".....:...\tI/f- o .,.f
I pay, of Miami policemen by "We're just dropping the The Carver YMCA Member rangements. 'I' .J

;,$19 month. .first step,*",Reese said ship for Christmas! promotion TEENAGE CENTER OPENS Sty !olt.i: Bow I patrons: a Merry,Christmas' i and. :M'
.\ I : He:, will 'also begin the; >>/1 ..u. w'I '. got 'off to a good start. Moses The basement room under the South Droward VFW Post Happy New Year, .. ( ::1 :

,'II'r 'training I who programs want to for tae policemen Civil ,1.. Perry, former Carver executive main auditorium has been ire-: has started its 1966 membership ******.*** ',' ;.i I.,; J; i

Service program,exams Reese secretary' and presently a furnished' as a Teenage Club, drive. The first meetingof The pastor officers and amembers '
I ;
a fraternal World Service Secre will] be held Jan. Zion JAMB
said Monday during an informal called the GOGO Room by the the year of-Mt.
t City Commission meeting tary stationed in Uganda Africa Esquire Club of 1965-66 which 2 at 4616 SW 22nd St. The 'Churchwould like to thank all
he dl.cuSlsecl..tou&h heads the list with three,mem helped in the redecoration.The Post wishes:'everyone a Merry who came 'out and madethis'
I atS probe
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T 'lems.' *' berships. Mrs. Llllie Cottle,, room Can be made avialableto 'Christmas and a Happy New quarterly report!: ,a ;rucceda.
1 i, He was'raising -. Miss Annie Campbell, S. J. small teenage parties and Year. Folia Boyd, Commander Rev. W. C" Grant,,; pastor,
pay to re4
dab ra
r rlM4; Ramsey Miss Arlene, Warner, ,
4 move "barrief in ,recrultirig record J ops. Teenagers are lit- Charles Hart: Adjutant. Rev. A. Roberts, presiding" "
Miss, Ronnye Morris and Robert| and Itwil ********** elder Mrs.' Mildred James,
:Reese 'said. ,He, jold he,:commissioners vited to stop by see it. .
iP. thathejetohedhls o a.srw Fice. ContributIons' will b* ) be .open nightly during the The CWH Fire Department reporter. .::. I h
'decision after: talks';fasl4y pkwitij accepted and processed- through holidays and on weekends, during meets every Monday at I p.m. .*I *******'** I'
police officials., Ierrrrr. Christmas Eve. Alt children receiving school terms.'COOPER at the Fire' Station. Member, ) "Isaac Lcroy Hudson'passed
cards will ,be special please be present at Memorial hospital Hollywood
ff Rese; said that,In the'pastR ,
guests at the Christmas party CALIF. ********** Saturday/ Deo. 19. He
R recruits:were given the lowest Dec. 23.CHRISTMAS., TO ,
,y paof,.$:\?p a month for the kort Seaman Cart Bishop is A* survived by, hlswife Ohio !
} thred monthsf service.: PARTY' Airman Randolph J. Cooper, home on furlough after apenQing -.>thre.j. 9thers. five sisters,;;a
i l fiat I _4t f ....rr The annual Christmas Party son of,I Mrs. Ada B. Ross of many months in Viet Nam son, ,fwo uncles .and.,,three
----------- -------> for children will ,be sponsoredby 1848 NW 58th St., has been and Californai, He is visitinghis aunts, and a host of friends.
Mrs. Lillie Cottle assistedby assigned to Beale AFB Cal., family in West Hollywood,?'j ir Ho and his family resided j
'\ Miss Annie and after completing Air Forc'obasic ******** j at U29 SW Flagler St. West
''' '' Campbell \
I: \f: :}: ",so 'Milton Hall. The party' is The training.,airman All of, the staff at Bowe's Hollywood. The House of Albert '
a, 1965 gradu-
I, primarily for' members under 11 Barber Shop are wishing' all,, Is in charge of arrange
a years. A small Charge of 25* pate of Miami Northwestern the relatives friends and ments. : '. I
HiatS hool will be trained ,
will be'' made to cover the cost
on the job ,asa transportation .. !
specialist with the StrategicAir ", I
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SEASON'S GREETINGS -.
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1 1I GreetingsFefcItations: andCompliments & ,, 1 t
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I i V'w of the season to fbfi' .
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Grand Master Illustrious Rudolph 4k r 'la1 CI Jlt
to,,*or DMA/ friends!
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Btadley and to ,the officers .
j. .' ''Mryrgoodw9l' fj your and members of the following ,';1''it: '))4. I ,. S
ty s"II
i :' ;" 'lodges: Emerald, Brown I "':fi 'f jIt. ." .. J /1 .
with ., :
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:: joy piacilhBROWNSVILLE sville Progressive, Light of .:' f'II'A. .
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,1. $: "" the South New Bethel,,/;JNcw, "': ...... ;:

t DRUG Liberty City, San Salvador \. I '
STORE .
'Fred Douglas, Mayor',, St. > !t"',""";:" I,
4634 N.W'27th Avenue NE 4-1233 Joseph, St. Mathew. MorningStar ( -

Warren W. Welters, Prop. Seminole, Mt. Sinai, St. ) I It
Arthur, Hlrum Pride of Opa
p i..__........ _...................... Lock, New Light, Atlantic II I

,'1' Coast Gilbert Southern Star, II
F An ,. Pride of Goulds; Ezekiel, 7
:,Bradley. Bunche Park and to I
the Eastern Stars Heroines of

'1 i Jericho.. 'Crusaders.. Royal t
I Arch Masons,Sir Knight Templar
Nobles of the Mystic 1,
l Shrine, Sublime Princes,of the '
( Royal Secrets and to the en- 4+ .

Ht in ( grqa1 ; l tire community' and'friends. .

l All;officers' and members,of'
,the entire Masonic Famlyarerequested
M 4 .L I to'report"in the'city ,
tof: liomestead'Florida the fa t#

',Masonic Hall to 'celebrate St.., .
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':John's Day'Sunday December yM

I:26, at 2, p.m. Please, be present
I .
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I !: Illustrious Labon G. Bode 'fo, one, and oil
ROBERT'S DRUG STORE t District Deputy of'
Grand Master our many
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1 friend during c
JERRY STERN, OWNER : this happy season yF x

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.. THE MIAMI TIMES.. Friday. December 24. 1965 21SBASDIf'S


s- 4Ij j; I Record Crowd to See ti. ,std

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Jai Alai OpenerThe u .<., \,


The largest crowd ever to section of 1500 seats a new
witness{ a Jai Alai game is expected dining area, increased areas
I Christmas night when for wagering and viewing tho
the Miami Jl Alai ,
Fronton players In action new lounge
opens its 40th consecutive facilities additional parking

.season. According to Richard areas for autos all cop
I. Bcrenson. "reservations are bined with a brand new and e
GREETLfGS coming into the box office.at exciting decor. Sc
an unprecedented rate and we Four brilliant rookies have
should be filled to capacity on qualified to debut this, season
opening night" and they will match their skill
January 1966 will be my 6th year with the Miami with 37 veterans headed by 6 I } y
I Times. It has been my pleasure to work with such a Fans will be startled and, ,Churruca, the world's singles
j wonderful staff from editor down the line. pleased, when they see and enjoy champ. Also returning for the
JB) Abram with the of new facilities for their 109 nights of action will be
Joe help the Mayor and .
front court and doubles
Commissioners who promoted Shown above ElijahGipson,, fullback, is
City professional football an extensive remodeling King-:Obea. Other favorites of congratulated
{ to Miami wishes all his friends: a Merry Christmas. Joe 'program has taken place. Ar the' fans will be Begoa Soloz by teammate Rudolph Barber, ,tackle, as Gipson
also provided the luncheon on the success of having 'chitoct Frank I. Shuflin estimates abal, Larranaga and Chimel. prepares to travel to Mobile, Ala., to begin' workouts for "

the Dolphins here. Joe Thomas is 'working hard:! day | that when the final coat Special openin night ceremonies the North South Senior Bowl Jan. 9. Both Dethune-Cook-

and night to give the Dolphins a first class football of, paint million is put on more than will begin at 7:25 with man Wildcats have signed with the Kansas City Chiefs.
dollars
one will have
post time for the first
team. Dave Kennedy, our city commissioner, played been I spent to make this land 7:30. Eleven gameat
football for Hil1sbo ugh High of Tampa, University of >mark of Miami one of the most scheduled nightly except games Sun are

Florida. He boxed in the amateurs. He is also a great 'beautiful frontons in the day. The season will continue
sports fan. world. pans will find a new thru April 30. 1966. ;
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HELP SHRINERS TO HELP CRIPPLED CHILDREN .I ------------1 ,---...-.-.., (Srniutgs-

Attend the spectacular 1965 North-South Shrine I
Treatment I l
Football Classic, today_ They are college stars. To- J RUPTUREPILES I lit.Is exlendour with' great sincerest humility thanks that

morrow they may be professional stars. The starts
game \t Rectal Diseases, Varl- I gratitude to our wonderful
at 4:30: p.m. Dec. 25th. There will be a pre-game and a J cost Veins Prostate He I customers and friends
half time show. Let's all try to attend this game. It's ]I lost tint Discard Tress I
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for a good purpose. I Upon Correction of Rupture. 7F May wt solicit your continued

I Low cost. I patronage with the solemn. ,c."t
KENTUCKY SIGNS NEGRO TAILBACKThe DR. LONG'S CLINIC z 4 pledge that we will 'forever

Southeastern Conference broke its color line i 1545 SW 1st St.-FR 3-27481 strive to offer you ,the finest
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'sable.May .
of Kentucky officially integrated 17 years ago, ,
the school signed Negro tailback Nathaniel Northington "JIIIQIIIILJA' "
we extend our personal greetings end best wishesto
of Louisville to in aid.
a
grant i ,c i you end yours for a very Merry Christmas and ahigh-
Northington who played with Thomas Jefferson ,1(7 / "': ly prosperous 1965. '
High School of Louisville, stands six feet tall and was ,71' '

ranked fourth in a class of 213. I njured this past sea Winnie, Ricky, Clarinda, Rinaldo, RonaldPOULTRY .
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son, he missed several but scored ;,; "" ":: "" (.
games 86 points. ; ( ,!
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Last year he led the.Louisville area in scoring with : P"'IM'C' and S..p-.j\ '> ,

108 points. 1965 :; & MEAL'
N. WRITERS HONOR JIM BROWN 0 : \.:'. :Air Conditl.eect ,aaJ' i.At4j1 j ;
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Jim was' ,' EVERYWHERE.EDDIE'S Best wishes :;" ,, 'OJ>' t '. ","'f
National Football League Player of the Year:Monday '. ... .t) ''Io.I\ < Ii \;
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by" the New o gnapteT of the Pro Football Writers*' \; '

Association of America. Gales Sayers 'of the Chicago of us ;
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Bears, a rookie:halfback was a close second. I
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TROPICAL PARK oo DRUGS i

1201 NW 3rd Avenue
Two $15,000 added handicaps will feature the r i
FR 4.2376
Christmas weekend at Tropical Park.On Christmas Day
the Miami track will present the $15,000 added Christ.mas v I Mrs and Mrs. John
McMInn and Son i
Handicap for three-year-olds and older at a mile Lillian, Ambrose

and one sixteenth. On Monday December 27, there will 1 W Leatlce Woltour
be the tenth ruMing'f the City of Miami Beach Handicap Maggie Walker

for two-year-olds also at the mile and one sixteenth Elnora. Stark

distance. w% seas as

Harbor View Farm, currently in a neck and neck

race with the Van Berg Stable for the leading, money. 4

winning stable of 1965, is expected to patronize both ..
stakes. Trainer Burley Parke has indicated that Harbor

View will send out the entry of Irvkup and Sparkling Vt"i.

Johnny, both multiple stakes winners,in the Christmas

Handicap and Gary G., winner of the Remsen Stakesin

New York in the City of Miami Beach Handicap. ,DRUGS

Other stakes horses expected to g6 postward in 801 NW 3rd Avenue
the Christmas Handicap include: Grey Willows Farm's HERE
Tel. FR 3.9903
Ampose Gentilly Stable's Moss Vale, Len Loveridge's .
Big Rock Candy Snow Hill Farm's Inclusive, John 4
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Shaver's BF'S Own, R. Lehman's Prego, and R. M. ;fc ::7Y lY

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CHRISTMAS PARTY GREAT SUCCESS S.

Last Saturday. Nov. 18th local Showmen enter V

tained 1,500 retarded and underpriviledged children
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was the 13th year they have done it. They receiveno

donations. The Women's Auxiliary and members do q May the bollt. -
this from their hearts, spirit and efforts. The party was days be filled

split into two sections in the morning and afternoon. :': with Joy andhappin. 2.,.
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.. for extend the warmest of
They saw a great show, animals, rides, a luncheon WE to you
Provided by the Women's Auxiliary, oodles of toys, you and your greetings-may the day
family.
dools, ice cream. There were so many items they re- \ r.I ,, .,"', be one of unadulterated happiness and

ceived, they are too numerous to mention. Com m unity may you know the supreme blessing of

signing, two bands donated by Musician's Union Local I Our sincere gritting* love.
655, Charlia to all our friend*
Austin's Quartet and Tony Lopez 5-piece '
'during this holrl'
orchestra. There were over five hundred Negroes in this huliJ,1\. eaMHlCOTTON Varsity Barber ShopHarry
party. Scott House had 225, Liberty City Square, a ,

large number, Leo Steinman did a great job of M.C. CLUB .

| Leo is connected with Youth welfare chairman for 6900 NW 15th Ave. Smith, Proprietor .-

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Miami Chapter Christmas Clearing of Dade County, to ROSALEE J ,\ "I
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see that all the children are taken care of. Sidney Da- EBONY BAR' MORELL MILLER David 1 Snyder ;;" (f./ ,.

niels this and William Lish,two great guys, were in chargeof PACKAGE STORE DEATRICE ;\I, ", William Stromah ,'\ '< 'o' v' Jk )
tremendous all e '"
party. I would like to mention EDDIE
names but The 6928 N.W. 15th Ave. CHARLESLOCKE
space is precious for the holidays.

Miami Times staff and personnel wish your members POP I 6540 NW 15th Avenue
and REGGIE SANDILASCStMgr.muji.Bumm.ew
auxiliary a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New
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of economics at Columbia .by President Johnson. a certain amount employe would produce at the ...
Univtfrity and ono of the He said the problem facing by the government for hiring same job. ,
nation's leading job exports the government in trying to unskilled" workers.. "We shouldn't let able
aid here Sunday that there Ut find jobs for the 1-to-lft million Leffc suppose an employ bodied ,people rot and just
( "missing link" in the gov people "who just don't fit er says a worker isn't worth pick 'up'Welfare" checks,"
ernment's ,manpower training In, the hardest to employ be- All$1.25 an hour, the minimum. Oinibcrg said.To .
cause they're unskilled" right we say, hire the the question what .
program. lie eune'ted'as worker for $1.00 an hour and would be the chances of
a part we'll pay the difference," workers under the '
solution government
Appointed by the late ; ,
A modification Oinzberg explained. subsidy program, becoming
WPA
John F, Kennedy, program
President He said that another angle lazy figuring the
is the original chair as in the 1930s in' which the government
Omzberg of
using the same principle would make up for their lack
of the nine-member National government would create jobs,
man would be to have
for the unemployed' the government of production, Oinzberg, said:
Manpower Advisory through
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difference "I don't think we'd have
Committee created, by Congress work projects.
,r much of that. I feel most
under the 1962 Man Subsidies to private businesses '
in cost between:; what a people want to earn the money !
power and Development Train which would be skilled: rker and an unskill- they are paid." : hy
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Other great artists included:, Mrs. Bessie' Bethune, 1 ns Edwin S. Shirley, Jr., M. D. .
soprano; ,Leslie. Thomas, tenor; Tyrone Seymour', barl- '
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