The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 31, 1965
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00397

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A serious shortage of quail- them from becoming: full-time ,,,.
fled teachers in Dade Countyis teachers in Florida public '

holding up a '$1,2, million school system

day care program for some '
e 1.000 poverty-stricken ,pre 'NO BABYSITTERS r

school age children,. it was .
revealed this week. .9th at we want are certified
teachers background .
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aka l Iii working with dls.
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still awaiting final advantaged children. and ex-
a r 1 1F4'F approval-faces the .same pen I e n 00 with pro-school'

problem. Its aim is 'to help youngsters.' It takes a special "x4
tt 3.000 of Dade's underprivileged type of teacher to work with ;
five-year-old children these children, 'some of whom ,,
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even have trouble speaking,
let along reading," Mrs, Dan
w rlr ; 45,000 TO $8,540 A '
ford said. '
Both groups are said to behaving We are not'looking: for baby
I troubles finding teach sitters, shesaid.t :+
era for jobs'paying from $',000 Dr. Barbara Gordon BOP '

I to $8.500 a year. consultant for ,curriculum development r

I The Dade County public and teaching training
b<' w'f' i 4 4 4 10t school system officials and and wife of School Board ..

those from Economic Oppor.tunity'Progiam member Jack Gordon, said that :, ,,' ":
,Inc.,the agency these qualified teachers and
authorized' to implement the EOF staff members'' 'will work .,f" if
Economic Opportunity Act. in 'with less qualified persons :

Dade County t discussed: the and train them to increase the, ,?wtt

t program Monday. pool of 'qualified personnel ,;., ;
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l t.:: was 'the'First* Annual:: Benefit ,Dance sponsored Jack cf. the Miami Chapter n11e pretty'above for Ga- Miami.poverty the pockets said she has received 36, of '2032 Grant AV,., Opa .

and Jill of 'America,. ,Inc. ,Monday night at beautiful: mout photographer William Harris. Gerry Arrington 1 spresident' 25 applications from Locks was found. in a, cat ina /1'I
Bayfront Park Auditorium, More than 500 guests dan, of the group. persona who have college at NW 27th Ayo. and
and 207th St. on Tuesday. 110'
teaching degrees but have
.tea 3r J was last seen Christmas Eve,
% i }, 1 f ff 7/A/% Y AeCOItB failed Ifce National Teachers: police said. 'I
Examination. That prevents I

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; nuonai director John Lewis, chairman of the about $860,000 from the Office: to be expanded by grants from
James Farmer has beenseleefr\ Student nonviolent Coordina-. 'Economic Opportunity, 'the, the federal government unions

ed to head a 950 million ing Committee. center will ,begin, operation in and prhate industry.into a $50 f fJ'

nationwide program financedby With an' 'Initial, grant ,of .March.' The,grant, is expected million project.nSKGEE .
federal and private funds ,
to provide education and,job- TA

1 training. Known for the. the poor.Center for: ASKED TO EXPLAIN I {

Community Action Education. I,

begin Inc., in the the organization spring. will HOW IT SPENT HALF' .HILLIQHThe

Farmer will resign from .

CORE March 1. '. federal government is at Tuskegee Is' bad bookkeeping the work-study program whelp I _
: The Center willbe a non investigating Tuskegee In- ..''an' unsophisticated,needy students. s .
profit corporation with headquarters ttitute for slipshod bookkeeping bookkeeping system which in Sanders is concerned about Y Y f
in Washington. Included of how it spent half a mil some schools is so bad we whether Tuskegee is ready to
on the board of directors -lion dollars last summer. have actually found them using handle the 2million the school:

.#.' will be Dr. Martin Luther dogeared cards in grocery i recently received Since the
King, civil right leader; Dr. Dr. Edwards Sanders, director boxes/' poorer schools don't seem ,to
f, John Morsel!, associated director of the Department of have the talent for keeping'
of the NAACP,. end Health Education and Welfare lie estimates that, there are records and don't seem to understand
Student Financial Aid Division, about 200 white and Negro what the government ,
said his staff is checking the,,small low-income collegesthat wants in the way of record S ,>l

250 MARCHERS school's disbursement records, are not keeping clear records Sanders predicts some scandal '? Y.
I but stressed that they have of 'how they spend ,their next summer.
found no evidence of misuse of share of the $" million Congress The number of colleges'

PROTEST VOTER funds. appropriated last year participating in the program .
. Sanders said the trouble and $99 million this year for varies from J 800 to 1200.

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;,f$ marched and white to the demonstrators Jefferson A 62-year-old woman was The dead woman was found through the smoke and fire to ,._.._ __.. __",.___,_,__.._"P.pn' .i VI'iJ'_ ,..__..<.\"j'klI,"",\,. .....l .":t."_ ':'ij._.t.L.:.:.. __
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i \ ; County Courthouse in Birmingf she tried to escape throughthe she apparently tried to climbout said the blaze APPOINTED DEPUTY CLERK OF COURK .

, f ham, Ala., on Tuesday. window of a blazing apart-'I but her exit was blockedby shot 80 feet in tho air and a .

\ Traffic in downtown Birmingham ,ment house. The fire was I a wall of smoke. cloud of smoke covered a six-' Hiss Angle Nellzora Carter of 518 NW 46th St. has f
I' 'I was untried by the'march caused by a kerosene lamp that Police said her husband, block; :area.About SOOspectators
been appointed the first Negro Deputy Clerk of a Small
> of the demonstrators was knocked over during a ,John 67, was too drunk; to be gathered on the scene, in the !
! along two and a half blocks. fight between the woman and questioned Sunday. He was light of police flashers and Claims Court in Florida.The appointment was made by 'f

; At the same time a New her husband,'investigators reported I taken to Jackson Memorial fire trucks flashlights., Senior Judge Raymond G. Nathan ,on Dec. 17. Miss. .
! Jersey Negro teenager testier Monday, 1 Hospital in fair condition, and Carter Is the daughter of Mr. Arthur Carter and the late '*-g'
: l t fled Tuesday that he was beat was not told of his wife's Miami Homicide SgU A. J. Beatrice Carter. She was a 1960 graduate of Miami
, en unconscious by pollce and Mrs. Lateen Gardner died and Fire ...
I death until 11 a.nf. Monday MacLaughlin Inspector
and .
S.! \ bitten by a police ,dog after in the. b i Ia g p which swept* Gardner, who received severe F.,W. McCrimmon were told Northwestern High Miami Junior College ".
an attempt to hold a meetingby through the two-story buildingat < bums about the hands and by, .Gardner that his wife's and New' Britian Teachers College In Connecticut. She

civil rights workers failed 83m NW 1st Ct., and then ;j race, was pulled from the flamesby drinking was the causa of the worked as a clerk typist in the Justice Building before

: in Bogalusa..,Ala. spread to another house | Mc.ou Stafford, 37, who ran fight her appointment. House of Photography photo oM


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Blue IJfJm ha': J.r d19'63, standing on tha actual 1 thresh eral Republican John Lindsay with more than 200 Negro and Johnson's aid, to special.education previsions 'football's y in first sports Negro, blt-Ieaguo

was mad,';!wa'tltb;' 4.. ijtot bpx';\told of 'a long-awaited birth- mayor of New York and mod white leaders meeting with bill, "Including culturally deprived Burl A* Toler, and big-league official
;nays, Ebony Magazine in Its,right1,*' says .the Negro monthly -'crate Mills E.. Goodwin Jr. President Johnson to discuss for baaeball'snming
year-end roundup of the administration of justice areas." a Negro,
top 10 magazine. governor of Virginia jobs, breakthrough Emmett ;Asgford to begin
events for Negroes In 1%$. The top 10 events for Negroes voting health and welfare 6 Employment American un>
2 Passage of the Voting and in every area, ranging plying League games
The exercise of new Negro In 1965, listed In the family housing
political power, In the North Ebony's January issue are: Rights Act of 1965. ,Says the community. from the War on Poverty to the next spring. On the playing,
and a breakthrough In voting: 1 Emergence of Negro Ebony, "Officials expect that 4 Gains in the field of opening up of airline jobs for fields, the accomplishmentsof
rights In tho South made 1965 power at the polls. Ebony every single qualified Negro government and politics. Ebony Negro pilots. such stars as Willie Mays,
"the year! of, the vote*' for singles out the Cleveland will have a the right to vote by cites the appointment of 7 The Roman Catholic Mudcat Grant Gale Sayers and
U.S. Negroes says Ebony In mayora] election, which Negro this year's Congressionalelections" Thurgood Marshall as solicitor Church's appointment of the Arthur 10 -Ashe.In entertainment
its January .ssue."Amtrlcan Carl Stokes lost by only general the frequent mention Very Rev. Harold R. Perry, a a
Negroes for the 2,143 votes, and the role of 3 The first White House of Robert C. Weaver as Negro, to the post of auxiliarybishop : big breakthrough In TV with
and the Bill Co.by'on "I Spy" becoming
first time in their history are the Negro vote in electing lib- Conference on; Civil Rights, leading contender to head the of New Orleans the first Negro to star
"aurpdningly in
Housing Methodist church's ; a"nonracial"
,.. .new Department
I drive for Inte role. In Journal-
Development, the vigorous
I :. .1; (' and Urban of Constance Baker gration" with "other .Protestants ism. ''Carl 'Rowan became the
: Ceral Gcihs I P,!ktnea MACHINE SHORTHAND ,election Motley as Manhattan borough following suit." nation's first Negro political"

OFFERED AT LINDSEV president and the appointment 8 The Air Force's promotion analyst for .a major news syndicate -

.r:';,' \:,,-* : : : < t Stifks Soirii HOPKINS. of bassador Mrs. Patricia to Luxembourg Harris as mak-am- to lieutenant of Benjamin general p. Davis'(three Jr. ,.of In another the arts Negro the emergence opera

Machine Shorthand the ing her the Cation's first Negro stars) and'a post as chief of star, soprano Grace Bumbry,
system that holds world's ambassador. staff of U.S. Forces and'of the who ,debured with the Metro
; t: ,y : A..rie..Pr,I luR.. records for speed and accuracy 5 woman- Passage of President United Nations In Korea z, politan'Opera last year.
->y III be offered on both
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beginning and intermediate ,
':,' LtAt :"Thursday a- Coral walks of life .took a flight on levels at Lindsey Hopkins ,.J

:'Cables-police; officer and his an Aerocondor- airliner on Dec. Adult Education Center beginning -
16."The Jan. 3. '
Communists tell those
1a. Mrs. Mildred S.
Kirk coordinator
people down, there that Americans of adult and vocational
.aspantswaek; ; as a 1ivin ,tes-
gouge, out the eyes of education said both and
timony\ that Negroes are not day
Negroes and torture them" evening will be avail
sd badly treated as Communist courses
propaganda .would have LatinAmericans said Joe Mantihan, administrative able. Stenotype instruction
believe.* assistant to the 'city was initiated here last trimester 5 vr P

manager. and was so successfully i4
k Elias Chegwln public relations received that another begin
director for the Co-
ning course was planned as
lumbian magazine, Barran- well. the intermediate class.
quilla 'G-arica. conceived of
the idea sponsoring trips byAnerlcan The course is designed for
fir't "Negroes to offset students aspiring. to become
t6e,false propaganda and givea medical-legal secretaries, THE DAVIS PRINTERY )k: '
true picture of the status of technical-scientific secretaries '
the Negro in the United States. conference reporters or Proprl.ror "Printing of Distinction"
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Chegwin was in Coral court reporters. The system
Gables to address the Lions holds the world's records for ,
Club when arrangements were speed and accuracy in annual y
made for the party's itinerary. Contests sponsored by the
Clark has been a Coral National Shorthand Associa-
Gables policeman for three tion. Additional informationmay
years and has an outstanding be obtained through the
record for many acts of bravery Lindsey Hopkins Education
and good police work. Center Registration Depart-
Mrs. Clark is teacher in ment. Mrs. Barbara Burkett is
South Dade. The couple liveat head'teacher of business edu
5800 SW 62nd Terrace.Longhorn. cation. New
'r Higher
Everything front'electronics :
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S Harcourt :tfven--Clark', 30; 1\ .. to cake decorating ta|,offered .
f .*ndt-fcis. .'wife,' Alice j31". .a-" .4 .! through the' 'school 'system's iJa
I, school teacher, along with a big center 'with its 13 branches Dividend fl
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::The U.S. servetions as well as the fact of high scholastic achievement ;'an''or Senator if a CongressidnaJ. -
I military academies are looking that there were 'only 29 Negroes leadership potential '. nomination la sought!
c aI for more Negro applicants, among the 2,329, cadetsat good character and ,good physical or. fb tho ;teglstraf'or Dean of
j U.S. Secretary of Defense West Point and 14 out of condition are being Admissions U. the .academy.
Robert S. McNamara has an: '2,512 airmen at, the Air Force urged to seek admission to the Adresses are:.
ti I nounced. Academy. service academies. Registrar, The1 United
I In emphasizing the appeal I In his announcement, Mr.McNamara He said students desiringto States. Military Academy, West
: 'r J I for minority group youths to, said all young men enter an, academy upongraduation Point, New York: 10996.
Admissions andRegistrar
from high school Dean of
G Gd I make application the Army,
should apply late in the springof The United States
and -'"
jj Navy Air Force academies,
Mr. McNamara pointed out their junior year and graduating Naval Academy .Annapolis' ,
seniors who have not Maryland, 21402.
that it is the Department'of
+ I Defense's determination to see applied should do so early In Registrar, The' United a I
1 1M that "military careers are the fall of their senior, year States Air Force *Academy, !
free from discrimination andthat Each: applicant; he said, :iCoforadoJ5prln, ..s,... Colorado
opportunities for admission should write to his Congress 80840.

1 assignment and advancement .
are completely equal." i ) p sejato.............

,,t Last August rina a con- + SEASON'S GREETINGSWE
ference with President John ; .1
.m, Executive Director Roy i'i" ".I' ',," I"r WISH ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A

Wilkins of the National Association HAPPY NEW YEAR

of Colored for the People Advancement made' .a i MORRIS GROCERY SUNDRY:

I the observation that only nine r 7404 N. W. 12th Avenue 788-9375
Negroes were among tho
il 4,000 midshipmen at the Naval

Academy. As a result, ,.: '''Ir:.. ,."-...,... TRACY'S GROcSV & SUNDRY ,I
President Johnson ordered a -----
r probe to ,determine why so Warren W, Welters pi, although 5010 ''N.W. 32nd Araua NE 4-9127 I f

I few. Negroes were enrolled In so talented only musically nine years he old plays is James and Elouite Farrington, Owner". ,
the service
I A Pentagon spokesman organ at Holy Redeemer Cath ...................................... f
olic Church at 7 a.m. Sunday
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confirmed Mr.. Wilkins' ob-
mass and for the 8:30 a.m.

Civil' .... mass Tuesdays end Thurs
Rights lawyer ,t" :,;, ','I"FUGiTIVES' \. :. days. I ft B EMPLOYMENT :I

"HARBOR and'On Mrs.this Warren gifted W.son, Welters of Mr. 1336 t 38 NW SnlAve.Estobllshtd .1 t
Named FUGITIVE Sr., 2900 NW 50th St., 'the 15 I
Dairy Council of South Florida years j!

BirmIngham{NPD-It has this week, bestowed a merit FR 3-2106 '
Award WinnerNew
been said there la a friendly
alliance between thieves, but His mother says: "110 goes JOBS JOBS JOBS
thd FBI has discovered they to the piano and organ with-
York Marian Wright Wright points out that "the are not the only in. out being coached practices
26-year-old Mississippi( civil community response to tho crime. diligently and brings much Available NOWUI!!!
rights lawyer, has been namedone poverty programs and the Agents last week arrestedan joy to the family with his
of the country's four moat schools is phenomena] The army deserter, Daniel Raymond musicHer is a fourth grade
promising career women 'oy''people understand that they Fravel, 29, of Santa student in Holy Redeemer
Mademoiselle magazine. In Ito 'must help themselves." Rosa, Calif., who ironically School and la a Cub Scout.:
January issue, the editors' of A native of Bennetsville, The Dairy Council has a I
enough was playing saxophone tort',
Mademoiselle ac know J edged, S. C., Miss Wright .was edu. with a rock and roll continuing program to honor
Miss Wright's achievements: cited at Spelman College in band called"The Fugitives/' meritorious young peoplein !
2 j, 'and predict even 'greater ,*uct' Atlanta,, ,where she was one ,. Fravel went AWOL':' from Ft. Dade County. Nominations can
cess fat her in;glying her:On*''of;' the cofounders 'of the Stu. Leonard Wood, Mo., and 'apparently be 'sent to Agnes Edwards, 4
I of the ro. azrne'*; 1965"'.four-'dent: Non-Violent CoordinaJing : thought the :best 1001"NW ;1t1).St.) Miami .
Merit Awards. '' Committee (SNCC). She place Ito, hide'1\ was in public '- -
:;! Miss Wright holds the'awe spent her junior year at the. View., .1
some and sometimes. (rue.' universities of Geneva and
trating position of NAACP Paris; she also spent a summer '
:" Legal 'Defense: Fund Attorney in, the Ivory Coast 'with
In Mississippi, handling the "Operation Crossroads Africa "When you reach someone,
Fund's statewide docket of /' know that you have gotten
j hundreds of cases pending, before It. was back in college in through to him make him think:
I the, Federal .Court .Last this country, while, attendinga for himself, make realize
I :*November she became a metn- local NAACP meeting that that he has'"'the freedom of
'v her of the Mississippi Bar Miss Wright became aware of choice-then it is all worthit.
one of the few women and,the the appalling shortage of law ."
:' only Negro woman ever to' be yers working in the South. Other Mademoiselle 1965
>;: admitted. She decided to do something Merit Award recipients are actress
Her commitment to helping about it, applied to Yale Law Leslie Ann Warren, ballerina
{ the' Negroes of Mississippi School, was admitted on, a Suzanne Farrell, and
r understand and exercise their John Hay Whitney ,Fellowship novelist Anne Tyler. In addition s' 1
Constitutional rights extends After graduating she became Mademoiselle give a THE LARGEST RENTAL AND MANAGEMENT HtiUSING

.beyond the limits of her legal the first legal intern with the special award to the young AGENCY IN THE SOUTH OPERATING IN DADE, AND F
profession. She is active in NAACP and went to Mississippi. people of the MetroPolitanOpera '
.Instituting. and promoting com .,, National Company, The 930WARD COUNTIES. MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE

munity poverty programs;, organizing Though her job has led to awards were presented a$ a.. THAN 10,000 HOUSING UNITS. THE HON. L. L BROOKS,,
..:: schools with quail- 'occasional jailing and physical special ceremony,by. the maga .
fled Negro teachers Miss attack. Miss Wright claims 'zine's editor-in-chief. : 'PRESIDENT; ';I''', I"," ..

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(Call 633.06.45 JEFF WALTOH"Playboy"

to all my friends
[: May your Holiday bo Merry,
[:your Now Year Happy, and :
|:nay Good Luck follow you ;
loll I through 1966.
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J HELP FOR THE NEEDY Dugies Guest Horn

CORE will soon lose its energetic national direc-

tor, James Farmer who has been appointed as directorof 7
an organization to be known as the Center for Com

t munity Actiotr. Education, Inc. This federal program
StClSMUMO R ELVES, Editor end Pobll.Ur$
t- Will be in operation some time in March. Its main purpose I
V, GARTH C. REEVES. Managing Editor financed by federal and private funds totalling atral'n.. 1F eft111

'......., olf the Notional/ N.w.popart PublUh>> Auocl.tlon. $50,000,000 is to provide education and job trainingfor Of EN 24 HOURS A DAY

f' : ... SUBSCRIPTION RATES the poorThe ,, STREET
cen'er based 311 H.W. 47TH 634--3851
will be a corporation
I' 1 'WE YEAH;$$;:.00'- SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 non-profit i
in Washington. Its board of directors will include Dr. JAMAICA DUGIE.. II
:Entrd set Second Clot Matter, August 9, 1927 al the Post Luther Dr. John, Morsel, associate
Offfce of'Mloml Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Martin King. Jr., Aiwa* a frlnd
director of the NAACP; and John Lewis, chairman of

:Of foe c t ,6740 ".Wi' 15ih Avenue Phon.' OX 10421' the Students Non-Violent Coordinating Committee

, (SNCC).
.'. ,;The'NECTRO PRESS beHevii thot Anmice con best lead The program will be directed for all minority
the: world:."from ,roclol l end national antagonUm who, It c c-' groups, including Negroes, Puerto Ricans, American c ( ) I IY
'ieordf.:to.;.vry.mon ,regerdlec of roes,' creed or color I his Indians and Mexican Americans.The .
human..'.end J.ao. (rifthts.. Hating no mart, fearing no earnthell.At will seek to direct and administer anew
.r ,Pre*. .trlve. to help eve'f man In rho .firm.belief that. program sixth grade > <
I' fill. man:!ar :h urf"e. tong es anyo .i te hold back. : national cooperative program to give a ? ; sF ,
education to one million persons and'provide job training t

J ) or retraining to the unemployed.Such .
: ::.'i. : .- .< > A REVIEW OF 1965 a program should, or rather be, most bene- :

i ficial not only to participants but to..the community, ,j
: :: Friday: brings us to the end of another year. It is
the state of Florida. i
1 VdCEdUot's; ? custom to cite some of the happenings du- nay, !
;-singtlYepast: year. ,

, ,::..,:.;::Before doing so,on behalf of The Miami Times,,he A NEW POSITION ',J. .
;thanks advertizers subscribers readers and all .
I Metro's' Manager Porter Homer has appointed Mrs. ',i"t.
:b veJe.ah. many way during-the yeas 1965, and Aileen Lotz as his senior administrative assistant ef-
j I wishes: for them as well as for our community in general fective on January 15. The manager says she will be

: a'very happy New Year. general staff duties and report directly to him. ,.
4 '/r: '.In January the University of Miami Hurricane given month.
Her salary will be from $848 to $1,082 per F,3t
. newspaper; appointed Paul Wyche, 18, as editor, the Her appointment fills, one of the three vacancieson *
youngest student to hold this position in its 40 .
years i
the manager's staff. The other positions are a special
.. of publication. Wyphe, as you know, is a Negro. Ye .,assistant ,for water and sewer matters and an as- if. ,
Editor.understands he'is still on the job Congratula '
sistant for liaison-with municipalities. VICTOR PIANOS&'ORGANS

tions.Mrs... Athalie Range was elected' president of the ANNOUNCES NEW STAFF MEMBERCharles

', Roosevelt Savings and Loan Association, 'succeedingDr. PIlL OFFER
LONGHORN! T. Roger has just joined thi soles staff of Victor pianos& Elmer Ward who elected
was president-emeritus. In 1963 the door of 54th Street
This;L organisation has grown to be one of the most popular equality began to open up.The -
He is eminently qualified, having a bogus background of training and.experience
.in the,state of Florida. Civil Rights Act was the key
radio. TV symphony concerts choral occof1)Onying,organ\ and piano-Mr,Rogers'
Florida State Employment Service sought 163 un- that loosened the grip of the appearances hove been world wide
employed men and women to take job-training coursesin lock of discrimination, and
despite the rusty hinge of Graduating from BethunCookman College, he went on for further study ot the
nurse aid, hospital orderly, hotel housemen' and factory stubborn resistance to Jaw University of Wisconsin Private study in organ continued in Munich.Germany and at
machine operation-pay offers $27 to $37 week. the University of Miomf His radio work included a 2.year Saturday. Music Series on
the creaks,
now open a
i MARCH Jackie Robinson gets Hall of Fame little Burlington

; Trophy after winning 25th National Baseball Players Locally, one of the events j* During his Service tour, he was Chaplom'S Assistant at Ft Jackson,S,C*presiding at
the Chapel While overseas he was Organist.Pianist for the U.S.43rd Winged
11 golf tournament at Miami Springs golf course. which oiled the rusty hinges organ.
Chorus and in Deutches ,
Victory Band appearing concerts at the Museum Munich
It .y
; Thomas Sutton, English teacher at ,BTW High was the excellent' showing Germany Salzberg festival House, SaUberg Austria TV.and Municipal concerts m
School, one of the 70 Winners of John Hay Fellowship made by Mrs. Athalie Range Amsterdam Holland other concerts in Vienna, Austria, East Berlin Pisa, Italy and a
I 196566., j jt in the city commission race. j joint concert with the Munich Symphony Orchestra.

Negro' Press celebrates 138th anniversary. Also Her defeat by a narrow margin The Holland engagement was broadcast over a nationwide hookup of the five major
visits,World Fair. proved that had all those who networks. The 31 man chorus song to on estimated four million people Their
in were eligible to ,vote ,used objective:to get money for the flood! stricken people" ,of Holland,,
'r Bloody Sunday Selma, Alabama. Troopers and
posse beat Negro marchers=three, white ministers along their privilege(so, hard earned :. --- Since 1960 Mr:Rogers has served oS Minister of Music:ot Mt.Zion Baptist Church,
and as yet unattained In some 301 NW 9th Street. He is a member' of the Miami Chapters American, Guild of
those beaten. '
t' > Lee ,Pitt-, ', ,,.
she would have Smilln
areas) gained Organists. 1. 1\ < ',{lh? '"
\5 Bishop.: E. Cr. Hatcher' dedicates St.. Paul AME an impressive victory. This man,'' popular local businessman .
Mr. Rogers win be available consultant salesman for oil l musical needs piano
Church new edifice. would not have been merely a In the new own- as -
, 1 March -2,000 KJiamlans in"In"sympat:march for victory of color, but s victoryof er 1772 cf NW the 79th Dive-Inn Bar and organ
St Phone
Rev. ''James Reeb, Bos'tot' minister slain: in Selma, Justice' ,for all, and the 091-9431. He Invite: ,all
I Ala. Memorial services held at, Bethel AME Church rightful representation for a his old friends to come VICTOR PIANOS ,ft ORGANSCorner
". NW Eighth St., Miami ;. group whose needs have long anti meet new friends.
,I The Rev Theodore Gibson honored with testimonial been ignored and denied. Everyone: welcome.' Irtdf N.W.154th St. i N.W.3rd Ave. PH. PL 8-8795
Through the valiant efforts
dinner at DuPont Plaza Hotel.
and sacrifice of Mrs. Range
APRIL Dr. Gilbert Porter gets high administrative and her co-workers victory
.school job in Dade County school system. in sight and cannot long be
'. MAY Neal Adams named to Miami Criminal. Commission delayed.

In Alabama in 19$5 justice ETHICAL INSURANCE ,AGENCY
Churches honor Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune on 10th began to blossom in the form
anniversary of her death. of Flowers..Mr. Richmond '

Three hundred young people sign for Neighborhood Flowersthe Attorney General. 3432 N.W.7th AVENU
Corps. Through his respect for all

'i :' Teenager gets the chair in woman*s slaying. laws including those of civil SR-2 2'S
: JUNE; .- Thirteen Rights groups join to block firingof rights, and because of his determination WE, FILE SAME DAY '\
Negro teachers. to enforce these
laws,the first white men have
s = Dade employers bias
sign no pledge. been convicted in Alabama
Thurgood Marshall nominated for U.S. solicitor -. t .
for the,* slaying of a Negro. : :
general. This is, ,truly a mark of pro IMPORTANTti .
Attorney Charles Wilson of Pensacola named gress. :
Florida Assistant Attorney General." .; :' We still hares long way to ....:: '"

AUGUST Prudential Life Insurance Company go. True equality will finally WHEN YOUR DRIVER'S
employes first.Negro agent. ;' come when we go beyond con- "

: St. lames AME remodelled church, R*>w, j.n, viction by jury and arrive z ,' LiCENSE IS AT STAKE uR'
conviction through the heart. :
331acknell, pastor, is dedicated by Bishop E. C. Hat- 1965 has brought us much YOU NEED AN EXPERT. ''
!: her.
$ closer to the goal. We came I
:; Thousands purged from Dade County voters' list. alive in '65, have much to fix WE SPECIALIZE IN THE t
:. Gwendolyn Cherry becomes Miami's first Negro in '66 and while our earth
woman lawyer. won't be heaven in '67, well FINANCIAL RESPONSI -'
; NOVEMBER Mrs. Athalie Range defeats her be nearer the gate in '68. Hap
opponent Primary| but loses ia rsr.-off.Charles py Now Year- BILiTY LAW AND ARE

< Lockhart, ,well-known Miamlan,' appointed DEDICATED TO THE .t
EOPI special program consultant by Governor Haydon ,
Burns. for.the Economic Opportunity Program. ACE PUBLIC. YOUR
Municipal Judge James Matthews of Opa Lockawas SERVICE Mt. RIDOW, Office ......'

appointed Assistant U.S. Attorney. 324 N. Miami ,/hearse LICENSE is YOUR 'f : !, .

I SKLOOKING; ,AHEADGovernor "tJ-A" .nI : High Dishwashers School Boys- Porters 18 yrs. LIVELIHOOD. .

: Haydon Burns looks into the future with 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. $50.00
confidence. Christmas Eve he said he plans to calla DON'T .
special apportionment session in 1967 to work out a CHANCES

'I fair apportionment that the courts will approve.
: t i'A federal court has ruled that the 1965 Legisla CEHTERVILLAKINDERGARTEN

ture's apportionment plan .is unconstitutional. But allowed PROTECT YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSE

It:;some changes, giving lawmakers until.1967 5861 H.W. 17TH AVENUE
session'to improve it.arrangement.

{ .Thi" .. gives prospective candidates HOT LUNCHES .
; I for (Legislature:' the opportunity they need.However, PICK-UP SERVICE

;1 I there's talk in some quarters that the court's decision REGISTER NOW

't\ I should. be, appealed by Dade County t S91II9&OR 696-3002 PRACTICE WHAT WE PREACH.

Happy New Year Mrs. R. E. Copeland, Sup.



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TIIE MIAMI. ._ TIMES, Friday, December 31, 1965 5
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William Moton of Eva and Bill's, 15th Avenue'
l Cafe is 111 in Jackson Memorial Hospital. Daughters
{ Glorld and Pearl of New York are here at his bedside.Mr. .

and Mrs. James "Scoop" Bethel and
daughters, Yvonne and Laverne and brother Chris o.
.. New York,City motored down'',to'spend .Christmas with
1 Donald Rowe Is down from Philadelphia visiting their parents Mr.and 'Mrs\ f James Bethel 1' Sr.. of New
ii the Samuel Fergusons of Opa-locka., Donald will be in Liberty City .' -"{r ,>

our city. to help usher in the Hew Year. ;.
Mr. David pemberton of".2520 NW 156 Street, Opa f
Dr.James Johnson In town for the holidays visit Locks, has recently been appointed an associatedwith
ing his mother, Mrs Lenora Johnson and other rela
Herman Zotti and Associates, a Life and Health
tives. .
o Insurance ,Agency of the Maccabees Mutual Life Insurance

Eddie Daniels is all smiles over her houseguest Company
Eddie's mother, ,Mrs. Georgiana Gray,and sister, Nell
Hamilton are here from Abbyville, S.'C.and' sister'and Dr. George II. Green and Dave Bondu have been
brother-in-law Rev and Mrs. Marion.Zeady from Augusta, promoted.. to 'associatedirectors in the tOPI81" off'
Georgia. i" ". "' ; Poverty program. Green. Is now assistant to Carl ,Sutton -,
in the Liberty City office and Bondu remains with
Mr and Mrs. R. Fletcher and, their, three children Judge John Johnson in the Brownsville office. William,
of Jacksonville spent Christmas-with the Maxie Millers Wynn. made the appointments. ,1 4'' '

(Marguerite), 3061 NW, 52nd. Street. Mr. and Mrs. John V Knowles entertained with a i.A
Sweet Sixteen party in honor of their grand daughter,
Howard University,coed, Pat Morton of WashingtonD.C. .Andrea Moore on Sunday, Dec. 26. The grand parents
is spending the holidays with Mrs. Susie Lowrie presented Andrea with a blue Mustang.
and family .,. .
.Keva Elaine Thompson and Carl Elliot Weems Jr 1. Face the New Year with the Old Book. F
were married Thursday in Greater Bethel AME: Church. 2. Face the New Needs with the Old Promises.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Roberta Thompson.She 3. Face the Problems with the Old Gospel.. ._
Is' library-clerk at Poinciana 'Park Elementary 4. Face,the New Life with Jhe Old Remedies.-Selected. ,
School. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Elouise'Weems s 1
and the late Carl Elliot Weems Sr. He is stationed THANK YOU :' ; i \1
at Stewart' Air Force Base,. Newberry, N. Y. 'i
The ladies of the Women's .., 'f,. ..) o' 0" ,. WELCOME BACK Mahala Jackson, returns tp tele
Little Terri Page celebrated her third birthday witha I,Auxiliary of Christian Hospital J' .ft. vision after a year's absence on "The, Dean I MartinShow" :

party at the 163rd Street Party House.! and* every Inc.* sincerely person for thank the support each ; ; Thursday, Jan. 13 (in color, 10-11( p.m. EST &
Mrs. Henry R. Jewel) Young chose I Christmas to given on the giving awayof Jor lit PST; 910 p.m. CST) on the NBC Television Network.

visit her family at Selma, Ala. ,but returned. to celebratethe a $100 bill, benefiting our ...
New Year. Fence Drive. -- ---- \
The winner was Mrs.Louise "
Ellen Heidt,was hostess for a family,reunion Rela-Winter holding ticket No. 179. 2 Grew Iawds.; ,
tives came from Brunswick and Atlanta, Ga, for the gala''Thanks again for your support.
occasion. .'. Willie P. Williams is president
and Lillian Hutchesonis
Get well wishesto:[: Louvenla';; ,Pondies,and Ora Lee, chairman of Fence Com
Haywood.Here. mittee.SAMPSON'S. .

from Miller, Ga. for the holidays are Mrs ..................... 4

Maydie Shivers and son, Lee, who are'enjoying the hos .
pitality of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Royals. rim- .4'\

George Cash Jr. of Jacksonville is visiting his Frank "

parents, the George T. Cashes of Coconut Grove. !' <'t. j3.V AN G)

Many friends forsook Miami for the ,holidays. A : "
large number chose Nassau. Some who visited Nassauare DuBOISE i:
Gloria and, Joan Hepburn, 'Edna Culmer Inez Mc- .
Duffle and daughters, Sheila and Aldyth'Vernell Green, and hisChicken ,v.;' i \1:
Vera Wilson, Milicent,,Culmer and ,others. r ScrafchersRING '.'.; _'
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Mrs. Edna Daley of Newark N.J. visited Miami and *' .0 '". '.
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Nassau ,during the holidays. Edna was her sister'sEvangeline : ,

( ) only,attendant at her wedding. on ,Sunday, .., \
The Coly Griffins are all smiles since mom, Mrs. '
Carrie Griffin of Miller,. Ga. is spending the holidayswith O' CONTINUOUS 'ENTERTAINMENT AND DANCING 'TIL 5' A.M.

John Marks III, and Percy Brown:, Jr., students at NW 36 St. at 27 Ares
Florida State University are enjoying the holidays at
home with their families and friends.
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Houseguesting with the Wilbur Ellisons at, their : :
Brownsville home are'Mrs. Delcie Love of Waynesboro, .
N.C. and Mrs. Hattie Dean of Washington, D. c;" MARKET
1466 NW 62nd Street

Martha Bullock of Woodberry, N. J. is visiting Phone: 696-5711
Blanche Dean. Blanche and Martha are cousins.
o .
Granville Pinder took time out from his activities
in New York City to enjoy Miami's Bun and surf plusa
visit with brother, Percy Pinder.
.. ,
Solomon Adderly of Nassau spent Christmas in [ ,
Jamaica, flew to Miami to join wife, Tonette and daughter ,
Nickey, for a few days before returning to Nassau.: .i;: "
Sympathy to the Browns (Leroy and Bunch) in the J MARY ELIZABETH HOTEL """I '
loss of their brother,'Albert, at Melbourne, Fla. f7

i Here from Austin, Texas to visit her mother, Mrs.

Sarah Smalley, are Mary Lou Street .and hubby, OliverB
Street Jr.Juanita. .. t
..', 0
and Anita Johnson of Washington, D.C.;are !

visiting. Jimmie's parents, 3100 NW 49th At. ii ,

Evangeline Williams and George W, McFall were
married Sunday, in St. Agnes Church, Nassau. The brideis O .t IM( lr '
the daughter of Mrs. Maggie Williams .and the late a rap. p'V R+t
Cardinal Williams. The bridegroom is the son of the
late' Joseph McFalls., 'The couple will live in Glen lTi
P ark New Jersey, ,tk
7 ) n1t
Mr. and Mrs. James Grant and daughter, Patricia of :
New York City are visiting Mrs. Mary Nickerson. :
Fred and Betty Seymour entertained for friendsat I .l .)
their home on Christmas night. ,. I"'f

Henry and Jean Simmons of New Orleans are In

.Miami visiting Henry's parents. I I RED & WHITE ; FREE. Table Resesrvatiols Call FR 4-8105

Mrs. Mary Carey of the; Bahamas, is vacationingwith : Liberty Service

son, Roosevelt Carey of 1137 NW 63rd St. : Station i itV. Advance Tickets $2.00 ,' i""

Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Bullard of New York are the : MOO N. w, saND rrntrr: i ..
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Avis Ready at their Liberty eD 1. 0821 "
City home. ..........

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4 THE .MIAMI .TIMES, Friday, December 31, 1 1r ?65 .

HELP FOR\THE NEEDY Dugies Guest House

e CORE will soon lose Its l energetic national direct (1'r4 1 :u n.r

,t- tot, James Farmer, who has been appointed as directorof .
an organization to be known as the Center for Com-

11 munity Action Education, Inc. This federal program n
E. StGISMUNO REEVES, Editor end Publish::
GARTH C. REEVES. Monogtng Editor will be .in operation some time in March. Its main purpose *
financed by federal and private funds totalling + r M rtP fW
'.....': of' the National Newspapers Publishers.. Association' I. $50,000,000 is to provide education and job training
.' Eli 24 ISIS A DAY'

:.,NEYEAR''$'.OO'- SIX! MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 i The non-profit center will be a corporation based 2941 11W. 41TH STREET 34-3851
in Washington. Its board of directors will include Dr.
Entered ot Second Clot Metter, August 9* 1927 at the Pern* j JAMAICA DUCIE
Offlea ot Miami Florida, under the act of' March 8, ,1876 'Martin Luther King, Jr., Dr. John Morsel, associate Alwo friend
111 < ii i .I i 1,1. (director of the NAACP; and John Lewis, chairman of ..
'" 'Office"ot 740 N.We 15th Avenue Phon.' OX 10431 j the 'Non-Violent Coordinating Committee .... vI.f. -

::, 1 NEGRO PRESS, bellevii that America' can, bast Lathe d.! The program will be directed for all minority .
: world"from; rtoclal ond national antagonism{ when It acEod |groups, including Negroes, Puerto Ricans, American '
*. to ,every' man regardless .f race" creed or flof I his, ]Indians and Mexican Americans. : Ti I Ii i
hHlan'.n ,Je$al'tll t,. Hating no man, 'fearing no :,nan-lne ,
The will seek direct and administer fe
to !
N.aro'Press'atrhv.s' to help the program
ever, mon;;n firm.belief that.
.II,teaenitta, ,hurfe (ana/..' any. '" >. held back 'new national cooperative program to give a sixth grade '.".

; '.;';:;: :M ;. .' education to one million persons and provide job training .. I

':Vxr-! : i;.. I A REVIEW OF 1965 or retraining to the unemployed.
. ';' '. ... .' ,- Such a program should, or rather be, most beneficial r.a ;

:. ","::: Friday brings us to the end of another year. It i is not only to participants but to the community, !!

5 Yig'Ediior's custom to cite some of the happenings du nay the state of Florida. ,.,4, Yf( ,

1. :'rii, >Ig.tlie.pastyear. .,;,'

I :,:., >::Before doing so,on behalf of The Miami Times, he A NEW POSITION i. .- '- 4-- -

t ,: thanks advertisers, subscribers, readers and all who Y.. v
:htrye i ;been. >i helpful litany way during the year 1965, and Metro's Manager Porter Homer has appointed Mrs. !
, wishes for them as well as for Aileen Lotz as his senior administrative assistant effective -
our community general t '
a very happy New Year. on January 15. The manager says she will be ;

, 'y In": January the University of Miami Hurricane given general staff duties and report directly to him. i'

;4newspapek: appointed Paul Wyche, 18, as editor, the 1 Her salary will be from $848 to $1,082 per month.
youngest student to hold this position in its 40 years ,Her appointment fills one of the three vacancieson

publication. Wyche, as you know, is a Negro. Ye the manager's staff. The other positions are a special -
assistant ,for and matters and an assistant .
water sewer
" 'Editor'understands he'is still on the 'Job. Congratula ;; -
for liaison with municipalities. '
.,Athalie Range was elected president' the .
Roosevelt. Savings and Loan Association,succeeding PHIL CDJFER

Dr. Elmer' Ward who was elected president-emeritus. In 1965 the door of LONGHORN I T. Roger hoi just Joined the soles staff of Victor pianos&Organs 300 N,W.
Tjiis) organization has to be of the 54th Street
grown one most po equality began to open up.The 4 -
pular.in, the state of Florida. Civil Rights Act was the key He is eminently qualified,having a tmique background! of training and experience In
Florida State Employment Service sought 163 un- that loosened the grip of the Kf, radio,TV,symphony concerts chorol accompanying,organ and piano-Mr.Rogers'
b. have been world wide
y y appearances
employed men and women to take job-training courses lock of discrimination, and ,

in' nurse aid, hospital orderly, hotel housemen and fac- despite the rusty hinge of Graduating\ from Betnune-Cookman College he went on for further study at the
tory machine'operation-pay offers $27 to '$37 a week. stubborn resistance to Jaw, University of Wisconsin,Private study m organ continued in Munch Germany and at
," the door now creaks, open, a the University of Miami. His radio work included a 2.year Saturday Music Series on
MARCH Jackie Robinson Hall of Fame ,
gets !stria. WBBB.Burlington( ,NC
Trophy after winning 25th National Baseball Players uF 1
:golf Locally, one of the events M During his Service tour, he was Chaplain'Assistant at Ff Jackson S.C.,presiding at
tournament at Miami Springs golf course. which oiled the rusty hinges the Chapel organ While overseas he was Organist.Pianist for the U.S,43rd Winged
Thomas Sutton, English teacher 'at BTW High was the, ,excellent showing Victory Chorus and Band, appearing\ in concerts at the Oeutches Museum Munich,
School one of the 70 winners of John Hay Fellowship made by Mrs. Athalie Germany) Salzberg festival House Salzberg, Austria TV and Municipal concerts in
Amsterdam Holland other
; concerts in Vienna Austria East Berlin Pisa, Italy and o
t 1965-66. I in the city commission race. '. joint concert with the Munich Symphony Orchestra
Negro' Press celebrates 138th anniversary. Also Her defeat by a narrow margin
The Holland engagement was broadcast nationwide of the five
over a hookup major
visits World Fair. proved that had all those who f .
networks The 31 man chorus song to an estimated four million people. Their
v Bloody Sunday, In Selma, Alabama. Troopers and were eligible to vote ,used objective get money for the flood,stricken people.of Holland
beat marchers- their privilege(sp hard earned ,
posse Negro white '
ree '
those : ministers along, and as yet'unattalned,in some Since 1V60 Mr.Rogers has served oS Minister of Music ot Mt.Zion Baptist Church,
beaten ,
4 :ri 301 NW 9th Street He is a member of the Miami Chapter American GuM of
; .
t < areas) she would $miUn Lee .
have Pitt-
gained Eddie .
"w 1 Bishops E. Hatcher' dedicates St. Paul AME ( Organists. ,i' ,. ;
;man, 'bust
an impressive victory This popular local
Church '
new' edifice. would not have been merely a ,nessman, la the new own. Mr,Rogers will be ovalaUe/ as consultant,salesman for.oil musical\ needs piano
March 19 2,000 lAiamians, in sympathy march for victory of color, but a victory 'er cr the Dive-Inn Bar and organ
Rev., 'James Reeb, Bostoh minister slain in Selma, of justice for all, and the 1772 NW 79th St. Phone
'l Ala; Memorial services held at Bethel AME Church rightful representation for a 001-9131. He Invite all
i NW Eighth St., Miami.. group whose needs have long ,and meet friends new to friends.come VICTOR PIANOS t ORGANSCorner

f The Rev.Theodore Gibson been ignored and denied. I
with testimonial Everyone welcome.. I ItfcK I N.W.Mth St. ft N.W. 3rd Ave.
dinner:at DuPont Plaza Hotel. Through the valiant efforts PH.PL.-.195

APRIL Dr.' Gilbert Porter gets high administrative and sacrifices of Mrs. Range
,t ,school job in Dade County school system and her co-workers, victory Is
in sight and cannot long be
J' w MAY Neal Adams
named to Miami Criminal Commission delayed.

In Alabama in 1965 justice ETHICAL INSURANCE
Churches honor Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune on 10th !began to blossom in the form AGENCY

anniversary of her death. of Flowers...Mr, Richmond ..

'.\ ,; Three hundred' young people sign for Neighbor, Flowers the Attorney General 3432 N.W.7th AVENU
hood Corps. Through his respect for all
" t', K Teenager,'gets the chair In woman's slaying. laws including those of civil .

s 3. JUNE .-' Thirteen Rights groups join'to block firing rights, and because of his determination WE, FILE SR-2 2'S SAME DAY'Irj,, '

of, Negro teachers.Dade, to enforce these \ .
laws,the first white men have
employers sign no bias pledge.
1 been convicted in Alabama :
Judge Thurgood Marshall nominated for .
'j f the '
or slaying of
,* a Negro.
citor general.
This tat truly a' mark of progress. IMPORTANT
Attorney Charles Wilson of Pensacola named I .
Florida Assistant Attorney General. ", ,We still have a long way to I oil.IS.'' .

AUGUST Prudential Life Insurance Company I go. True, equality .will finally WHEN
employes first Negro agent. t come when we go beyond conviction YOUR DRIVER'S'LlCENSE

>. St. Tames AME remodelled church, Rev. J. B. ; by jury and arrive a i! IS AT ,STAKE
Jlacknell, pastor, is dedicated by Bishop E. C. Hat- conviction through the heart. 4 f?
Tpher. 1965 ,\has brought us much YOU NEED AN EXPERT. LL '
closer to the goal. We came -,
purged from Dade
County voters' list. I alive In '65 have much K
to fix WE "
Gwendolyn Cherry becomes Miami's first Negro, J in '66 and while our earth IN THE

woman lawyer. won't be heaven in '67, we'll I FINANCIAL RESPONSI -
:: NOVEMBER R Mrs. Athalie Range defeats her I be nearer the gate in '681 HarI I
opponent Primary but loses in run-off. I py New Year! BILITY LAW AND ARE -k -

r Charles Lockhart, ,well-known Miamian,"appointed ,
EOPI special program consultant by Governor Haydon DEDICATED TO THE

Burns foi; he economic Opportunity Program.Municipal ACE EMPLOYMENT PUBLIC. YOUR

Judge James Matthews of Opa Lock was SERVICE Ml. IIDOLFI, Offlra Manager

appointed I Assistant_U.S. Attorney. 324 N. Miami. ,AvtMt LICENSE IS 'YOUR
\ ; ,
: "
i :jp.r,..... =.*,."LOOKING AHEAD ,A:, ,'1,,;,' High School Boys 18 >tt. LIVELIHOOD. .. .
I Dish wash Porters
trs -
; Governor Haydon Burns looks into the future with 5 to 2 o.m.$50.00 ,''''.'
.. I confidence.'Ori Christmas Eve he said he ,plans to calla p.n. \ '
special apportionment session in 1967 to work out a \DON .T TAKE CHANCES "

t 'I fair,apportionment that the courts will approve. .
'. A federal court has ruled that the 1965 Legisla- CENTERVILLAIUHOERGARTEN

ture's apportionment plan is unconstitutional. But allowed PROTECT YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSECALL6.331433

: it':'some changes, giving the lawmakers until.1967 5661 N.W. 17TH AVENUE
r::1 session to improve it.arrangement.
I t TI\I, gives prospective candidates LUNCHES

J I for thkI.e'glslture.: .-the opportunity they need.However, PICKUP SERVICE '

I, there's talk in some quarters that the court's decision
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William Moton of Eva:)land, Bill's, 15th Avenue
y Q Cafe is 111 in Jackson 'Memorial Hospital. Daughters
a Glorid and Pearl of New York are here at his bedside.

Mr. and Mrs. James "Scoop" Bethel and
daughters, Yvonne and Lavome and brother Chris of. : _
New York City motored down to spend Christmas with 1
Donald Rowe Is down, fiom, Philadelphia visiting, their parents' Mr.' and Mrs.) James Bethel Sr., of New _
the Samuel Fergusons of Opa-locka. Donald will be in Liberty City. ', "
our city to help usher in the'New Year. ,
Mr., David pemberton of'2520 NW 156 Street Opa .'
Dr.James Johnson is in town for the holidays visiting Locke, has recently been appointed an associated
his mother, Mrs Lenora Johnson and other rela.
Herman Zotti and Associates, a Life and Health
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tives. ,
f t, ? ., Insurance Agency of the Maccabees Mutual Life Insurance
Eddie Daniels is all smiles over her houseguests. Company '.
Eddie's mother, ,Mrs. Georgiana Gray and ,sister, Nell -
Hamilton are here,from, Abbyville, S. C. and sister andbrotherinlaw Dr. George H., .Green and bave Bondu have beeq w u
Rev.'end Mrs. Marion.Zeady from Augusta, promoted. associate directors in; the- EOPJ War on
Georgia. r Poverty program. Green is now assistant to Carl Sut.,
ton in the Liberty City office and Bondu remains with

.,Mr. and Mrs. R, Fletcher and their three childrenof Judge John Johnson in ,the Brownsville office.. William
Jacksonville spent'Christmas-with this Maxie Millers 'Wynn,made the appointments. I't

(Marguerite), 3061,NW 52nd Street, Mr. and Mrs. John V. Knowles entertained with a I\ _
Sweet Sixteen party in honor of their grand daughter,
Howard University coed, Pat Morton of WashingtorD.C. Andrea Moore on Sunday, Dec. 26. The grand parents
Is spending the holidays with Mrs. Susie Lowrie I presented Andrea with a blue Mustang. : : ;
and family. _
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.Keva Elaine Thompson and Carl Elliot Weems Jr. 1. Face the New Year with, the Old Book. + =F ri, .w g
were married Thursday in Greater Bethel AME Church. 2. Face.the New Needs with J the Old Promises.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Roberta Thompson.She 3. Face the Problems with the Old Gospel. N L

Is', library-clerk at Poinciana Park Elementary' 4. Face,the New Life with pie Old Remedies-Selected.
School. The bridegrrom is the son' of Mrs. Elouise rw r. i larr r. ,', ,
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Weems' and the late Carl Elliot WeemsSr. He is stationed THANK, YOU -:\;,< :)1'L1 ":, m
at Stewart Air Force Base,.Newherry, N..Y. '\ 'JIi I" nJ
The ladies of the Women's : WELCOME BACK Mahalia Jackson returns tp television
Little Terri Page celebrated her third birthday! witha I Auxiliary of Christian Hospital after a year's absence on "The ,Dean, Martin

party at the 163rd Street Party House., ,.. and, every Inc., sincerely person for thank the sup each Show" Thursday, Jan. 13 (in color, 10.11 p.m. EST & .

,Mrs. Henry R. ,Jewel) Young chose Christmas to port given on the giving away ,tj J< Xf rf tM' PST; 9-10 p.m. CST) on the NBC Television Network. '
visit her family at Selma, Ala. but returned to celebratethe of a $100 bill, benefiting our ,'\
Fence Drive. 11'i
\ New Year.
The winner was Mrs. Louise j ,
Ellen Heidt was hostess for a family reunion. Rela-Minter holding ticket No. 179. Great Raedsk (
tives came from Brunswick and Atlanta, Ga. for the gala,Thanks again for your support. \;'
occasion. I';" ., Willie F. Williams is pre "
sident and Lillian Hutchesonis I
Get well wishes;to Louvenla.Pondies.and' $ \ Ora Lee chairman of Fence Committee 4f\:\,'
Hay wood. '* a'! < l1

Here from Miller, Ga. for. the holidays are Mrs i............_..... I

Maydie Shivers and son, Lee, who are enjoying the hos.
pitality of Mr. and Mrs., J. L. Royals.

George Cash Jr. of Jacksonville is visiting his Frank
parents, the George T. Cashes of Coconut Grove.
Many friends forsook Miami for the holidays. A '
large number chose Nassau. Some who visited Nassauare f !; DuBO'ISE''SL!
Gloria and, Joan Hepburn, ''Edna Culmer, Inez Mc-: Y J
Duffie and daughters, Sheila and Aldyth, Vernell Green, il? s .r andJiis}i .!..
Vera,Wilson, Milicent ,Culmer and others. y# I j II !, Chicken Scratchers r. >

Mrs. Edna Daley of'Newark, N.J.. visited Miami ant C *
Nassau .during: .the holidays. Edna was her sister's FSAMPSON'S =

(Evangetine)' only ,attendant at her wedding. on Sunday, Car, <;.I ",
December 26. ,." ..
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The Coly Griffins are all smiles since mom, Mrs. -
Carrie Griffin of Miller, Ga. is spending the holidays AND DANCING 'TIL 5 A.M.
with them.

John Marks III, and Percy Brown Jr., students at NW 36 St. at 27 Ay..:::
Florida State University are enjoying the holidays at '
home with their families and friends. f
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Houseguesting with the Wilbur Ellisons at, their KNOCK IT OUT-THE-PARK "
Brownsville home are Mrs. Delcie Love of Waynesboro, i ,,,
N.C. and Mrs. Hattie Dean of Washington, D. C?*' MARKET (
1466 NW 62nd Street

Martha Bullock of Woodberry, N. J. is visiting Phone: 696-5711
Blanche. Dean. Blanche and Martha. are cousins.
Granville Pinder took time out from his activitiesin si .1.
Mea 4 MiRED
New York City to enjoy Miami's sun and surf plusa rN Sl4
visit with brother, Percy Pinder. r

Solomon Adderly of Nassau spent Christmas in
Jamaica, flew to Miami to join wife, Tonette and daughter
Nickey, for a few days before returning to Nassau. w \.. bO
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I Sympathy to the Browns (Leroy and Bunch) in the MARY ELIZABETH HOTELFREE
loss, of their broth,'Albert, at Melbourne, Fla.
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Here from Austin, Texas to visit her mother, Mrs.
Sarah Smalley, are Mary Lou' StreetVand hubby, Oliver
B. Street Jr. \ ,,
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;\t Juanita and Anita Johnson of Washington, D.C.'are
visiting. Jimmie's parents; 3100 NW 49th At. fy,

Evangeline Williams and George W, McFall were
married Sunday in St. Agnes Church, Nassau. The bride
,Is the daughter of Mrs. Maggie Williams ,and the late
Cardinal Williams. The bridegroom is the son of the
late Joseph McFalls. The couple will live in GlenP

ark New Jersey.Mr. .

and Mrs. James Grant and daughter, Patricia of
New York City are visiting Mrs. Mary Niclu rson.

Fred and Betty Seymour entertained for friendsat $p

theh.liome on Christmas night. _
Henry and Jean Simmons of New Orleans are in
Miami visiting Henry's parents. Table Resesrvaliols Call FR 4-8105
Mrs. Mary Carey of the Bahamas is vacationingwith Liberty Service

f ",son, Roosevelt Carey of 1137 NW 63rd St. Station i S !t Ad'GICI Tickets $2.00 .tl.irI':

:; Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Bullard of New York are the +pl. / .
MOO N. w. exMo RTREZTes
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Antis Ready at their Liberty t 0821M
City home. -

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! Last week was Xmas, and now !t' is gone. Now *1 V{ 'J 4itRi ; ,
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I comes a New Year, and 'from the way"I look at it, it's rr yr r.y+. I ,r{ =t rt;,1 r I,Jt J:' "?}'ry" f r y r a

I going to be a better year ahead for many of you. Being L Ini'a"T t t .., r f .{t, r?
member of the t tnJt. a ,r: o
a Economic Opportunity Program, tryIng r i 4r r r n t
I to o'er my shard 16' help of fight poverty, I would like vg4Y7 t a "{
to mention some of the things I saw on the eve of
I Xmas that made me feel good.The staff of the Econ=

I uric .Opportunity Program, Inc., worked like Trojans to
get food, clothing and toys to the needy families of all 1 mWtri rS
races and creeds, but they were not alone "The Sal
vation A did, tremendous along the 4 / % l.vt H
my a job same A h J r l// L t'4!; }, 1' J Y
lines. 1 do not care what some people think of any
; a organization, the Salvation :Army was' right up front
doing their share of helping the needy, Let's not for 4 tyjy r g'
II get the fine deeds ,of the Loyal Buddies, who have
been giving out Xmas baskets for a whole lot of years.
i Of course, there were many other organizations that

did their share (of helping the needy. Let's, not forget il S i I i 't fry rt t ry.Ifr L a 1 A ,' a WMt i,
that our city manager! and employees, and our county 'rq ;. .' V4ai w 1r1'a t'a .t! t, j

manager and employees can be proud of themselves for *1 + '
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seeing that those who cannot afford to buy' food, clothing 1 Yri ar}l r fit. a t+ n. \ ,'> i .t t n+
and toys were helped in every way they could. ,
Xmas in Miami was Xmas., and a merry one was had .': '
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by all. Our hat is off, to EOPI Center Directors, JohnD. rft'SJ1c f
Johnson, Sam Moncur' arid Carl Sutton in the direct
Miami area. "They Done Good." .' .. ,' >" .
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PRETTY GIRL THE WEEK: Mrs. vivian .a.y rr I Yr
Critchely (Visiting NUrse) ''5: "::' .

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PRETTY BOYS OF THE;lEEK:' Bob High, Chuck ,i.<}"i'f
Hall, Melvin Reese and. P6rter Homer :'' :: ',1:1: {
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i the Hampton House. .. .,* + ''.t.,Ntlaw 1rMNra' ,
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I spent the last weekend in Freeport with my ever
loving 'spouse, Mayme, and for all cone rned, she is

doing well. Anyway, it was a nice holiday. The islandwas r<, +s4 'l y; titN r''v' !1 v d+ t U% a hJ
jumping, and just about every place was full of i Jr ".,,I.!,6( ayk.
music, laughter, wine. and: people.and...Gam Ung. It is !k. ,t I' + rv A h h :4a
really something.'to 'see. Mayme's. .place, :the. Pirate's. + J
Den lon the.Ocednc'JIotel! h use the!|Jbo eto :teuteinmenton '?"

the island starring ear and pleasing Jeff Ad., 4 w ,,{r r r A ; r
7 'r Pr.Y' $; r i 71f, t'a, ,Yrrrrw M IrA" ;1 .i x1a c/
dams, the fabulous,Dave Akin.sTrib: ;with Hank Haynle: yrfr 1t rkh /
and"Reggie. Moore, and from Nassau, our most popular 1 Mf p + ,fir. a pt r fr#, 'P I J"a Hq+ 17r
d ) 4N+
performer, Chickle Home plus the. Trevor'WellingtonQuintet I 'I : d a r eri Irk 'f 4
from Jamaica. Limbo, Fare Dance, and Dave ( '> E : sAw s r

Kemp on the calypso vocals end M.C.,. They had guest
artist from the Apache Motel in Miami, the Ditto De- THE FRI. SA T. ';
I Rose Trip, consisting of Tom Young and Bob Smith DEC. 30-31 -
from the Bahamas Steak House, a fine, beautiful girl' "WHERE THE i CT0.N5".
; pianist Miss Sally ':Bailey Tito Fuente's group and 'i
i Rubin Mitchell Trio, who are appearing at the Lucaya GALA NEW YEARS SHOW

Beach Hotel and Bamboo East, respectively. Freeportis

swinging. .y'11 jgo! STARING' :BETTY HARRISS ... :.} .: 7 7f.
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QUICK NOTE- DEPARTMENT Mter her engagement .
at the Pirate's Den In Freeport, Phyllis Branchis .1
back i ome and appearing at the Thunderbird Motel.
Columbia Recording artist Gene Stridel goes to Pea
nut's Taylor's 'Drumbeat;for'two weeks. He'll be doinga

movie in Hollywood in March. Dave Probinksy is atr yT! ,i x< '' y 't 4
operating shows at the Cat & Fiddle in Nassau. He tip ts
had Garnet Mims for the Xmas weekend with Johnny { < .Y a n .{a'a8 Rouse 'on piano and organ. While I'm.at it, if any waitresses -
want to work in Freeport (cocktail waitresses, 2 ILLY! AIAIA 4 SUGAR PIE
that is) contact me. You know how to find me, at the 9 ,,
, Miami Times of course. Everybody's glad to see the iaIAS; $ j1STEWART taIry

'I. great stone walls of Dorsey Park came tumbling down. :, /1HOW'NICE IT IS"
' Bulldozerd did the job on Monday. These are not the '
walls of Jericho, but the Reggin Walls, and they are BOBBY 7 ORIGINAL U11 dt BUU'OWELL
I falling fast all over June McRae, ex WMBM disc jockey :. ,
,Writes in from 823H N. 6th Ave. in Phoenix, Ari COUSINS
zona. Many Cuba numbers writers were' slow about
paying off for the heavily hit "single 03" last Sunday y.

until the local newspaper published a telephone num- 1or'
I ber to call in case you didn't get paid. M4't
I :. Since this is the last column of the year, I thoughtI'd
make it short and sweet. So Happy New Year, y'all "

I and_live life every golden minute of it. PEACE. -
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HAPPY NEW YEARI I hop |ho now yeo' will bring
happinesir, health end prosperity t* oil of you.
As the new year is approaching you have the opportunity
to look back oft the past year and correct mistakes Of eourto 'wo'ro hovfnji a Now Yoor's five Party. jon)
that you,have made during the Jest year. It is the us Friday night and }ot'havo ,a boll Wo'M have hot&. id
time that you can look forward to making the new year t noUomakors, ole. so ovorybo comer bring your friends and
Lot's ring In the Now Year at fho "N u."
successful nolghbor Foots
a more one than the year before. Adults nay
will bo her. to welcome all of you. Ivo and
and I Mary will
look forward to accomplishing more on the job of betterIng and
sorvo. you 'with a smllo. BUI uAi.Roid" will kt In'
their family relationships.; Children look' forward ,to charge of our barbecue deportmonK,Lot's all haw fun togtt.
growing. a.year older.The student in school looks forward hers
j .to the'time when he will graduate, He can now determinehow
important an education is to him. Although the demand What a wonderful Christmas.wo hod hero In the ."Net."
t for a better education ia rapidly growing many It was so alco to hove oil of our did friends stop In. Too, wt
'students still find it difficult to see its great necessity mot many now on... Thanks to oil,of you for coming in.Foots. .
Bill and I sneaked for a short while
away Friday
They continue to the "don't care" attitude
carry night. Bubbor and his lovoly' wife I had, Invited ui to a party
4 is not important to try to make an "A" ina In their now "0.... Wo couldn't, stay 'long but ed having
class or excel in leadership ability', a Christmas drink -with such good frlonds. Wo wish you luck
When "wo are adults it will be too late to wish, thatwe happlnoss In your"castlo."Thanks to all of your friends

were"",back irt high school. At this time you have 1- who Invited us to so many porflos. Sorry wo couldn't Join
your families and Jt. is quite difficult for you to face STARRY) TRIBUTE. Eva Gabpr and Bobby "Mr. you, but you know how busy we flora In.the "Noto."
Showman" Williams returned from an extendedtour CJ
your daily, problems, work and go to school at the same
time Thi of Japan and the .Orient, were among Hollywood's This| was tho bost Christmas t hovo. had in my .ntrllfo. .
is of that
'' ,*' one the reasons so many peopleare top-ranking stars.paying tribute to the late, singing idol, Everyone was so wondorful. "' "' .. Ono of my but gifts
putting forth' efforts to help In bettering education. Nat King Cole, during the Nat King Cole Concert foun was tho look In joromo's .yo' when wo took him home
This is one of the reasons why it is important to takeadvantage Filmdom's ChrUtmas morning and lot him .upon his gift. W. were all
,of the many'' opportunities we have today fora dation benefit chaired by his widow, Maria. out on, our porch at 4 a.m. ploying with his lot-cor lOt, rcor +
good education. greats attended the affair to raise funds for. diagnosis football and all tho onSor gifts., I know wo hod ot much

+; Let's make this new year the time that we may start and treatment of cancer. fun as ho did. I am a happy ,and a lucky woman to have >o
..rr ri.rrrll wonderful people around mo. My (ov. to all of
in helping to make.our education, by making resolutions many you.
i ; Here are suggestions: Foot, Bill, Alr-Rold, Ivo, Mary, Bony, Jerome, Sugar, LlttU
and all tho rest of good good frlondi.
Buddy tiny
.i< ': 1. Start the year doing home assignments and taking

put time to study each night. In this way you willable be Don't miss our parry Friday Night.. Wo': want to >.. all of
to ,get better grades in school. You will be better you hero in tho "Noto. This'Is I who,. tho ,action is.
informed on your lessons. You will also -be more will-
ing to get'your work ''and your interest in your work will Onca again "Happy.N.w Yoor." Love and klttti from
all of us to all of you. Look for me nut w..k In the Tim.,
think about take
give you less time to other things or
W.'II 1 1 <.. you this wok in tho Blue Noto.,. ELINOR.
too much time talking with your friend during class.

2. Have a pleasant personality. People like you
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when you are always cheerful and pleasant. If you work
n toward frnprovimg your personality you will gain more Aft 27th AVI.

friends for you will be able to get along with others. ?

tR Remember, friendliness, attitude, sportsmanship, behavior Fish & Poiltry Mkf

etc., are all parts of personality.
3. Be helpful to others. Whenever you see it post Home of U.Buy.'Em, We-Fry.'Em

sible to assist some one with, a problem do it.
4. Be present and on time for school. Don't miss BOX LUNCHES TO GO

:t any of your education. This is one of the most, important -

things in your future. $ FREE DELIVERY' CALL..633-9491,

V* These area jfeWiof: the,tWa s4thati twill "help!:w Lft,, \

.improving your scboolyear.. /l, ;! '1,: 'f';; ,,, 451':1N: .WI. 27ttt,"iA' ,..

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66th St., has been Assigned to D.O.
Travis AF$. Calif., after. omPHYSICIAN & SURGEON SERVICE 5 TO 3

V,hr pleting Air Force basic train Announces the opening of 5UCK&.WWTEAHD COLOR
.. his office for general ,rode ,}
The airman a 1965 Ifadlco, at 3619 Grand. A**.
uate of Northwestern Senior Hoursi mT O.., Witt, F....- ,
I High; School, will be trained onthe 6-9 p. Phono 2713131, x r ,w, "rww,
job as an air policemanwith day or nlaht. -- --
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,Service. engagement their daughter, Miss Carolyn Ann Poitierto

Wuu.-.. D. Upson of Orlando. Miss Poitier is junior

,business ,education ,major at Florida A&M University.. 8 N.W: 21 '%YtKYE
pi F.4 Mr. Upton is, a speech and drama instructor at Jones
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Post Office Department 'fido'cf. chance iiiuminim Three for the two
official* from ..Washi them to have a frank discussion tests. Of the first 200 elig- Springfield. Mass., Washington 1966. as many Negroes. to $10.000to
ibles. only three are women. a year positions .
and 920,000
&tOtt are'sweeping the country on minority employment wlchita.The o Tha Office Department
these days to make'equaj- and promotions. The postmaster outlined, three will also bq yfa* is She largest civilian todaY'as in 1960.
ity "a::reality In the postal In talking to the postmatset some of his problems., He Ming the 15 regional administrative employer' of Negroes: in the The,directive on Equal Opportunity
service by carrying out Presi Mr. Dixon followed a list of acknowledged the :reluctance offices ot the Post nation. Some 15 percent of its was first' mad .by
dent Johnson's,dirftctUea on moro than two dozen questions dealing many with minorities.employees In Office ''Departm n" They wilt 619,000 employees are Negroes. President Kennedy ins Mattrr, ".

Equal Employment Opportunity. that are being asked each But, of the mass promotions audit the upcoming promotionsand The department has 1961-- Executive.Order,, President
of the postmasters likings as they are made shown great growth in promotion Johnson has placed
The three' we acting under He' learned that nearly 60% ter said coming: MWe up never,the postmaa had the and wilt report back to the of minority groups in the 'heavy emphasis on the pro-

direct,;order*:from Postmaster of the employees in the office opportunity that we tot now" Postmaster General early inThat's lastfive years, with five times &.

General Lawrence F. O'Brien are Negroes but Negroes hold **If we play this thing} ..agog_.,_r..rwtirr '
who stated on his first,day in only 10% of the upper level square." he added "there ---- L.

office that "we will make certain supervisory positions paying enough m to make Inroads.**
that no one is denied a $6.888 to $21,450 a year. The postmaster said that A
Start the NEW YEAR With
job of a promotion in tho Postal The Postmaster estimatedthat with the largo number of Negro .
Service because of his some 100 supervisory employees he wants Negro,
race, his creed or the'color of cancies would occur in the supervisors that K c the very HEALTHIER HEAD of HAIR
his skin." office He said. that these 100 best so that they can pave the
$Engaged iri Contacting vacancies would set off a way for other Negro promo
postmasters' ';;* in the '"43 I large chain reactioA that would result tins lie says he tells everyone
offices in' tho country are in 500 promotions early that he promotes: Youve
Henry Dixon the chairmanwho in 1966. got the title now,earn the respcct -< 4i"t
is a' special assistantto Other questions directed ** "This is not 10 or 15
the Assistant Postmaster by Mr. Dixon at the postmaster years ago,** the postmaster
General for the Bureau of concerned contacts with minority added. "I tell my men that the
Operations, and Hattie P. group organizations,:mark of leadership is to make
Baumann and Charles T inter-office programs on progress under the problems
Muntain, specialists in em Equal Employment Cpportunthat you have'*

ployee-management cooperation ity and the eligibility of minority "We've got to have some $ : /
in, the Bureau of Personnel group employees for cooperation from all people I i I
; promotion.The involved."

Their visits to the 43 offices postmaster replied that Mr. Dixon also met with .
are timed so that the no Negro organizations had three other high ranking officials
Equal Opportunity Programcan made contact with him other of the office to discuss
be fully established as than the National Alliance of the program and with. Negro
the Post, Office Departmentadds 'Postal and Federal Employeesa postal leaders.

some 30,000 employeesand predominantly Negro postal The 43 cities to be covered -
makes thousands of promotions union. by the task force are: Atlanta

The new employees! The postmaster pointed Baltimore Birmingham. PIECES
I are needed to cut down on out thatNegroes manned manyof Boston DrOOl Buffalo Chi, .
: overtime,and ,to replace employees the lower supervisory positions cage, Cincinnati, Cleveland '
retiring at the end of and thus were eligible Dallas. Denver Detroit. Fort ; :, SALES AND SERVICE
the year to move up to higher Worth Houston Indianapolis.
One of Mr. Dixon's first posts. Jacksonville Kansas City.
visits was to one of the largest Mr. Dixon later made ef Long Beach. Los. Angeles,
Post Offices in the country forts to have Negro organizations Louisville, Memphis. Miami,
where Mr. Dixon met (oran from the community make Milwaukee.Minneapotis. Nashville Y
hour and a half with the contact with the postmaster New Orleans Newport R
Postmaster. The meetlmg pro- to get their assistance in recruiting News. New York, Norfolk.
and heir understanding Oakland Oklahoma, Philadelphia

ROOSEVE.T. of the program. Pittsburgh, Richmond, Ella Moncur, Director
RA One part of Mr. Dixon's San Antonio San Diego, SanFranciscoSt.
duty-that of getting, Negroes Louis.SU Paul, ---- ---- ----
and women employed was

e dealt with only lightly .boa ; : 'p
cause of the obvious fact that
( they arc getting jobs in the I
cia >o..,.yr. JohnHfr@rr.Jr., Office. Mr., Dixon was further ,
chairman tf thal'tboard' ,announced informed ,'that information
that ''Roosevelt Savings about CiVil?Service tests for F

and Loan 'Associationwill prospective jobs'S. being s sz.
follow suit with the other Widely# spread throughout 1 o

savings and loan associationsin community. .
Dade County and will pay Mr. Dixon'a work, thus,
the increased dividend rate of centered on higher'level promotions I. I
4la%effective January 11966. for minorities. The

rosters of persons who had
FIR RENT successfully passed tout

Clean furnished room with extra making them eligible for promotions
large clothe closet including are heavy with Ne-
kitchen /acilities. groes. However* few women
Call 754-1452. have bothered to take the

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Rev. P. Freeman
Sis. B. Jackson, reportet'' Watch Night; services wilt 'R v"/ A.,W.. Griffin, pastor 1612 NW 5th Court
Services I begin at 8:30 with prayer Slag C. M. 'MyleeteportorYou
*t Zion Hope! meetin and Rev. S. Atchison pastor I

Church were spiritually high singing.& congregational'' invited Constance Carter reporter j
Sunday throughout the The. choir* will slog' are cordially to
day.Watch -
Night service wilUtart Jointly. worship with us in our night Watch Night Service will beheld I _, i*
First Sunday services will Watch service Friday the last ,.'
at 9 Friday at 8 The
p.m Everybody is inyjted. p.m. '
:iEW PHILADELPHIA beas usual. The Lord's Sup* night 51196!. Service will
Rev. Jackson says service will feature several McGHANEY! ;;1.
spar will be administered begin at 9
both p.m.
start the New speakers. You are welcome to '
(tor. Year off ?i"
W. W.\
morning and
Vuhington pastor' by being? In Sunday School I. evening., General business meeting come put .and watch the Old. They are new every moaning
We are thankful to the Lordfor Mrs
the Sunday morning at 9:30. Don't ; Esther Campbell1teacher ; Thursday Dec. 30 at 8 p.m. Ybar. go out and the !Now Year. *, peat is thy faithfulness.Lam. .

Christmas many that camel blessings oW of forget to pray for the sick and(1 the of the Senior wall Class of All auxiliaries are asked to come in with us. 3:23. Let us not make
Sunday Schools
way back
shut-ins. resolutions for the new
We wish yOO'aU make their reports. Hew
the increasement of our mometft1ip' happy New Year. a 1 at her post JSunday, after having We are very glad to have and break them. believe

by fourteen additionalnew :I spent the previous week Thursday Jan, < Elder our pastor back with us aftera year that who has enough

members. The Lord has in Naasauwhore'ho attendedthe William Green will be the short vacation. We are ex anyone
; NEW MACEDONIA faith can do the right thing regardless
blessed, us with the cooperation wedding of a nephew. guest speaker. This, program pecting a most inspirationalsermon of resolutions.. We

: o( many of, our sister ,Rev Roscoe Jackson, pastor. The pastor and family wishto will be. behalf of Men's'Day. from him on the last can keep the Christ spirit ,

churches* in helping to shoulder Willie J* Beard reporter express thanks and appro* Remember to visit, the sick day in the year 1965. within us every day. Just. say I
our responsibilities. To elation to the members friends (arid shutins. C. Washington, You are welcome to worship; '
I will live for
them- we shall be eternally' Watch Night Services will! i and auxiliaries for their Christ. j Si.. M. Smith and DeaOIf'M., with us. Come early. for yourself I will seek Him
Christ today, ,
grateful The Rev. I. C.. Mic- begin at 9 P.m. Friday night. mas remembrances. Thanks Summersett
and for I live
find Him.
kin's, Mt. Olivette Baptist; the Let 'US'como out and watch ,._ _._,
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Rev.. Roscoe Jackson,,Greater the New Year come in singing, notI,but the Christ
New. t.tacedonia the .. liveth in me. So until a later
; Rev. Jen praying and lifting 'up theo '
kin_;' Friendship Baptist: th name of Jesus* date,of God's will,Happy New .
Rev Zion Year"and God's blea.lnc..pr1all :
Baptist; The Rev. J. B. Black, ffffl CHURCH> OF WHWT&KEM71ST of you. ; -

nell, St. James AME; the St.Jfamea .
Lutheran Church of WEDDING BELLS' ;
1600 NW 54th, StreetA
Coral Gables; Rev. k I'ey.' .
St'.'Paul AME. consideration of the nature Mrs. Cleora L. Cobb and'Mr.,
of Deity will be the
\ There are yet those who J,." Felipe Martinez were married
theme of this
Sunday's service
promised to render aid to this on Tuesday evening, Dec. 21at
cause and to them also, we on "God" in all ChristIan the home of the bride. .The
Science Churches throughout .
Khali be grateful double-ring ceremony was '
Watch Night Services will the wcrld.Tho sermogwill' N ,. by Rev. L. A. Thompson.

start'at 8 M There will be consist of correlated readings ,,, Among. the attendants
from the Bible and the text
preaching and regular service ," f' were Mrs. Ola Johnson and

From 9:30 until 10:30 we shall 1 book.You I, Mrs. Ruby Tatem. Many relatives
are always welcome to
have a coffee break at which attend services ," ..:' and friends were pre:
Sun. 11
time;: doughnuts, coffee and mom; sent. A reception followed;
a.m., Wed. 8 p.m. and to use
i cake shall be served. Then at ,
our Reading Room Mondayand ********** : .

Watch 10:30p.m.Night we service.shall begin The pastor our- (6 to 7:45 Friday 1 to 3; Wednesday M1''r ..;...' Miss Charlie Mae Smith" ,

'shall bring the sermon. All p.m. daughter of Mr and Mrs. John

our friends are invited to at. H. Haddock and Lonnle Cut-

tend both services. To those, .,'" pepper Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
I whom we have not seen, we c.' Lonnie Culpepper Sr., were

extend to you a Merry Christmas I "!,.' ,.wi joined in holy wedlock in a
'and a Happy New Year! double-ring ceremony on Dec;
The church officers for 25, 'with the Rev. H. C." Samuel
1966 .will be Installed ,.
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WATCH NIGHT SERVICE /' officiating The bride
Communion, service this Sun
was given in marriage by'her
:.4 AT;GREATER BETHEL day 'morning. All of ,the men' REiftJWNr'KCLEIOYME! ; : nation father and her maid of honor
4 **v** Jfj P?*****,4 Jthe represented the Na /
of.the church asked
':Greater( Bethel Of Miami for 'a meeting are after to the remain ''Uonal.'BapdMf'CJ: vention of Anletica 'during"executive, sessions of the National j was Miss Annette Coins/Wf: \

1 (the 'first church ofthe African' '''service to discuss plans for Council, of, Churci JB in Madison, Wfs. They included this foursome, from left: The I Northrop, Summons was usherv,

4 Methodist Revs. John L.Thurston, ,<:New, Covenant. ''Baptist' church The wedding took place at
Episcopal Connection the Men's Association .for Chicago vice moderator, I the home the
of bdde's'grnui&mother
( )':245 NW 8th St., will ob- '1966.At Northwood,River ,Baptist Distrlct'aesoclatlonIB.. ; o.'Byrd, New Hope' Baptist church, I Mrs. Jane Herout and

serve Watch Night Services 7 'p.m.. we will have, our Los >Angeles, vice president/NBC f.Aandp"sident., California Baptist State convention -' I also, the reception.' A number

Friday beginning at 9:30 p.m. 'monthly Christian1 Education ; John!W., Williams' St. Stephens Baptist church, Kansas.City, Mo., president, 4 relatives and friends ofthecouple ,
The pre-observance social ,Workshop with emphasis on Missouri and Kansas Baptist' association
c: ; F. K. 'Sims, Ebenezer MB Church, Chicago 4 were present.
hour will be followed by the "How to Conduct" a ,Neighborhood chairman, Department of Chaplaincy NBC of,A.,(NPI Photo)
Love, Feast ceremonies as Survey.

Sunday will be Communion ,', "KNOW YOUR GI RL '

Day, the first Sunday in the SCOUTS" '

t month" and the New'Year. Highlights of An Important Messenger ()

The Watch Night ServicewUfbegln "Know Your Girl Scouts
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\ at 10:30 p.m. The By Rev. M. ',4. Williams of'this program to Him. I triedto Our education is very good is the theme selected for,the

pastor; Rev. S. A. Cousin overlook the message, but the highlights of it are agriculture Sunny Pines Neighborhood

D.D., Florida's, designated These are the highlights of the Holy Ghost moved me' to science and invent- Community Action Program

cwWKdate for the bishopric the' world's' most important call his mother,long :distance. I ion. It builds a better world which will be held Saturday

;' will ,officiate assisted by theaugmented messages. God has prepared She', 'was caught in the same 1 in which to live but teaching Jan. 8, from 3-5 p.m. at, Eliza
.. .JMre. Naomi Symonette, 'and'her by .me, with. 'this" meesage for allpeopled state I was because pod doe
(; thismessage, :; Is a not work like man.; when God i gospel is the only remedy that A ve.. Coconut Grove.
, associate directors Daniel'
Motley. Percy Sharpe,and Miss...program which .is a blessing speaks'he just doesn't change. 1 holds the world together.Let The program featuring Mrs
r for all TThe angels appeared to metWice the Charles II. Finkelstein
:. Chorrye Mills with Mrs. Lois people who wilt accept ( us preachers use as
it.From. in a ,dream saying, "Of- I bitters as welt as the sweets ,guest speaker will begin

I" the Barrett.,pastoriai Kemp staff organist. and my4 youth I was very for up Junior to God like,Abraham j in i order to clean up for God's promplty 4 p.m. There will
1 concerned about, the welfareof did Isaac," and said 1 blessings by reminding, our be exhibits at the various
Rev. F. J. assistant
Hicks .
people regardless to race, ", '. "Read your Bible." I arose i sieves and the flock that God >program levels for the publicto
pastor; Rev. Mrs. M. L. Green, creed or color. I "f out of mv sleep and,, opened I is not pleased with his spiritual view before and after the

Rev. ''Mrs Manning and Rev. About twelve years ago, the 2ibs!, atone* ::r.:!U,w.a-thc i church program. I program. The public is cor
Joseph E. S. Ray, 'Conference :;chapter where Isaac was born. 'dially invited. '
Relations coordinator I became deeply concerned Our young men of the church

Public" about conditions and began to The second time the angels i must understand prayer service Mrs. Alma Brooks,neigh*

r BEREA BAPTIST hunger and thirst after right said, .'Ir" Junior accept: she is the only remedy In the 'borhood chairman; Mrs. Miriam

; (;Rev. J. Toles, pastor ousness.A would be honored with' high
Jjtf Sunday was a very full day year later which was 11 iiL respect among women.** i God and God's pulpit is a very Fredericka Brown and Mrs.

attBereaThe pastor, brought:years ago I entered into God' : Remember these,highlights very sacred place- was in a Barbara Miller, program, .cochairmen -

#.f4r:' th1t; mln& message(::'and,, w* seminary and Jesus Christ for this program are for God's i certain city and a young man .
was bY'dean. Afterwards I began preachers but the way God is :read the entire decalogue in .
werejiglad; to have Rev Swain Nine months alter my calling *. ......
visiting: with us, r, ,.: to mediate day and night.A he directed me tq write dealing with me withthis one the pulpit and he said to me <

:1, *$jSis Toles ,would like: tothank few months later God told our former president Bison ;{particular young man Including that was the first time he had ]: $25.00

.. each of you who come me to make a speech on Men's hower giving' him answers to myself will just' have to his: toot in a church in ten 4 I

out;Sunday evening end help.del' Day -at St. Paul AIdE Church juvenile delinquency and otherproblems' wait on the Lord. God :is cat years. I have now freely received : REWARDFor

\;ln the musical Miami. Rev.. Blaine, was pas that will decrease ;ling all, young preachers be therefore I must freely
.'1' "hlch, was a ..uccesat, tor. I notified hint;,before the crf(me. He responded with cause' they are strong. give (Matt.10-8) Your wagon : information regarding
SOt all the memberslpome date. He was noKwilling; butI words of With: the cooperation with{ is loaded with a variety of 4 I present location of Katie .
insisted. At the end the youna and old working together vegetables and they : | Lot McCord formerly) .
, out this Sunday th\ first. In 'of the (Jod' called me for a spoclal. are good residing
. tnejjiew year and hay*' Com- program he obeyed t the spiritof 'purpose the reason*for \ is the only method we i my wagon is loaded with seed : at 1430 NW 5th Ct. ,j

minion! together We will also God' When 1' took the floor his taro calling was''to get the can use this to attract thd attentq com. Should I dump it in the j'I which will benefit' Telephone '
? at 9 if the many people; dropped their of young generationwho garbage or distribute it to the : 5344646.
have baptism a.m. highlights for his pt grant.; .. ,
Z U- not interested in the
but when ? What we hear in the
weather is warm. heads Jesus started poor ear, i
It's not what I know, because 1 .
1 speaking through me, their ''him. spiritual program of the church. we must preach on the houae-
I'm nothing without The
. heads were lifted. Therefore Warning: Please don't' tri- tops. (Matt.lO-27).

: ;:' } A FIRST he was drawing all men unto highlights us to build are on a foundationfor headed :.u Ppnake 1 ticlze this program but let us May God bless us all for. Coasolidato HOMEOWNERS ,.
A joyful noise unto the year Bills
him our cooperation.
by me obeying his spirit
: by preachers only. God said,
Lord and the people about it, Rodsct
Three months later God year Payment
fOR }|Ow can you hear without ?
because when an'evil Is NEW MT.
directed me\ to write our former preacher?" .' Lower goer Istertst
in the paper about a preacher .
governor LeRoy Collins con. About five years ago I Rev A. L. Shipp pastor $1,000
FROM the good and bad talk about hand j t
evening a.method to save liveson preached tho "Sermon on theMount' the devil rejoices Evelyn L,, Souter, reporter Pay Back $20 Moatfcly
fIlCA, the highways and neighborhoods *
and nephew'
my Rev
.. If we don't accept this' pro We will begin $2,000P.
:3 CALIFORNIA where canals'are *II. R. Delaney. Jr. came .all the Watch Night
'j concerned.. He responded with way from-Atlanta, Georgia in 1 i young"people gram we Bra going but if to lose our Service Friday at..8:30.Congratulations .., Back $30 Moatfcly.. .
wo 'accept
if AFRO-ASiAM words of encouragement and a little pickup truck just to.it we will get the attention of to Mr. and $3,000
j; SEE directed me to the peon le to hear me preach that one ser Mrs John D. Softer (Evelyn) Pay Bock $40 MonthlyPRONEt
them with a spiritual founds
.t+ 10 IIUEftT .. contact with the plans mon, About two later'the who, said marriage vows on
J, .. years tlon Thus the only
Christmas day... _
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'AIIT ,' -' Holy Spirit moved in and .di to control t the world. and to 1 '
,;.1 .. I was called"to preach by God. rected me to pass the highlights 1 avoid destruction. employed bx Bonded Collection -2'115 68J-2T75
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I Airman 2nd Class Bernard Arou.d the BahgRIUS
V. Bellamy of 1820 NW 52ndSt.

., died 'Dec. 25 ,in Athens. :. ," r

I i u Greece as the result of being \ ',''''The 1963-census'! of the A group*of 56 police star

----- .. y struck. : by an. automobile.' !. Airman :" Bahamas,' published recently,.i"'servists who enlisted In.Aug-;;
'I i y "Rt Bellamy was a native showed that the population of ust donned their new uniformsat
.IN.. .E.illl'''. IN MEMORIAM III 0EMSRIAM! Miami and a member of the fithe colony AS of Nov.. IS, their first passingoutlpa.

I ', 1961 graduating class of Northwestern 19o3, was 136368. This was, fade on Dec. 9. The .short

"l > In memory.. of. .,the., late.. In loving. memory of oui In loving memory of'Our, Senior High' lie is! an increase of 535 per cent ceremony 'was ,held at the Police
J .1t4mJi.i'" -" ; "''*'-:-;. a dear husband and survived father Ernest and School
d' I dear mother father by his over a period of ten years. Depot Training
MRS. CAROLINE KEMP grandfather Bellamy, ST., three sisters; New Providence had 62 per Major Wenzel V. Granger, formerly -

who departed this life Dec four brothers; five aunts; cent of the population; the Deputy Commissionerof

29, 1960. .' eight uncles a grandmother, male population represented Police, now Chief Immigration

So shall no wicked thing. dra' other relatives and a host of 49% and the female 51%, Officer,, is Commandantof .

near friends and classmates. Services children of school age 24%; the reserve.
To do us harm or cause us fear; <,' will be held ,at the St. children under five years 18%; ************

And we shall dwell' when lit ; (, James AME Church at a. timeto persons 65 and over 3%> ,in TWO high schools under

is past ,' be announced later. New Providence 65% of the construction at Wulff Road
With angels round'thy""throneat heads of ''I.ouaehold.s'wcr, and Horseshoe Drive Oakes

last. \i : ; Mrs. Bessie Redman Hall of males while on the Out I. Field, will be ready for opening -

Victor If."f. 543 $W 3rd Terr., Homestead lands It was 76%. Jan. 3.Identical design
Gwendoline Kemp son and I.GLADSTONE. died at the. Kendall Hospital The report said that in each of the schools wilt have
4 : on Dec. 24. Survivors area son. of the child will
4 Mrs. 1963 about 65% 18 classrooms amd : ac-
Lydia Spicer. dghts.
Freddie Lee Hall of Easton
ren born during the previous comodate 840 children. They
bo I local
Pa. There will no
12 months were legitimate. students from grades
are for
g IN MEMORIAMIn : .: '> services a* the remains will the religious breakdown gives VII. Two other high
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r aR be shipped to Pa.
4 memory of 'j j''i:,; : ..vI "il.' .. I"," !'1'" ..' the total population; the Anglicans at Harold Road, and Robinson
.. i :" \" 1,, ,/ Mrs. Hattie Bunkley of
: 31.481 or 24%; the Road.
3321 NW 51 St., died at Jack-
,' m. P. fl t. 4";' '1.1. Roman Catholics 26,413 or ************
rA Memorial Hospital on Dec.
t ... :: 20% and the Methodists 10,- belie'v
4 MRS. OPHELIA McKlNNBY She lived In the Miami area for The body of a man,
354. or 8"Durin ed to have been a Haitian
who departed this life December t the past 35 years. ,urrivors
the ( period
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washed at
1 25, 1955. are a daughter Mia* Bessie was
-- + the Baptist membership: Increased Harbor Dec. 4. The body was
died in beauty-likearolO. Ingrahami; two sisters Claudia
Blown from Its' parent stem; MoPHEB Wilson and Georgia E. Valley; 40%; the Anglicans' discovered by some tourists,

M She died in beauty-like a pearl, who departed this life January one brother Arthur Conlry; 33%; the Catholics, 100%, and and was described's 5 .feet

Dropped from some diadem. 2. 1965., ten grandchildren and twenty- the Church' of God. 108%. tall, nude and crippled.

i We all love you but Jesus. one great-grand children. Services

She 1 ci'\11| ;eauty-like a lay loves you bes will be held on Fridayat

Along a moonlight lake; Sadly missed by all., 3 p.m. at the First Baptist ,"

Shea died In beauty-like a song Church of Brownsville. Final L __
( r, Of birds amid the brake. r Sylvia McPhee wife rites and burial will be held in r EVERGREEN MEMORIAL PARK, Special Notice for"

mp *t
.She snow Farmette McPhee, daughterLinda "for THIS' Saturday and Sunday: Jan. 1st & Jan. 2, 1966.

Or? flowers ,' dissolved away; Jones daughter, Ephiriam' Ughtsey of 6831 ,,I .Instead of' being open on Saturday and Sunday whichIs

Shi died in beauty-like a star Marsha Anthony McPhee son '' NW 29th Ave., died at the Mt. our usual practive THIS Saturday and Sunday will
Lost; on the brow of day. daughter. Sinai Hospital on Tuesday
[ And Grandchildren be the Joyous New Year's Weekend 'for employees
1 i : Dec. 28. Mr. Lightsey is survived '
Jan. Island Jon. 2 1966.
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She lives in glory-like night s '*. :;. >:* ------- by'hia widow. Beatrice: ,
,,gems 0t J : 5 ,. S '.... and a sister Mrs. Elizabeth El. The gates will be closed, no burials with the usual
Set round the silver moon; ALONZA SMITH Arrangements are incomplete. police patrol on watch during the holidays.H. .
,, She lives In glory-like the sun the son of Mr. and Mrs.Walter FRANCIS. ..,. ? ( I E. WALTHER, SUPT

Amid the blue of June Smith and wife Rosa Smith and Fred 'Paclfaco of"3430 ,NW Dee Martin of 515 NW 4th Evergreen Cemetery

family who died pec. 26, 1963. 12th Ave. died DeC,""'23 at St. West Palm Beach. Fla. .30"'W 41st St. Tel. NE 48242IN

'Your loving daughter, Jackson Memorial Hospital. died Dec 26 in that city. He

''prances A. McKimey, R.N.,4IH. "' RESOLUTION Funeral .' services were" 'held is survived by his widow,,

Outda; a stepson; other relatives
Weds Dec. 29 at 10.a.m. In'the
MEMORIAM .. chapel. Survivors: include, a and friends, 1 services

J 11.,10'" friend; JMrs. Rosa.;Lee. Lucky.,,, will be held on Friday at 1 pm
:\' loving 'memory of our in the, chapel. HONOR OF THE .PASSING OF OUR CO-FOUNDER,

bek:!tfwS>ve *;&* .f..* ,. ... ,r.. .' ) Mrsv 'Nellie' Sweeting 'of
it. ;Jk.tfUMii :NW 2nd Coutt, died bed 20'ather'home. '
f':' :, Funeral 6710-A NW 10th Ave. died at ,

I 'are Incomplete arrangements Survivors Jackson' Memorial Hospital on OUR THASKS TO OUR MANY. FRIENDS AND THEIR

f. are :four daughters Mrs. Dec. '27. Mrs. sweeting livedin GOOD WISHES.. ,

Edna Mae Oaitor,. Mrs.' Eliza the Miami area,since 1? .6.
beth Saunders, Mrs. Ruth She i I.survived by her husband D. GOODMAN AND SON, INC.

j Forbes and Mrs. Lei a Hole I,tjohn; mother, Mrs. Florence '"Insurance, Real Estate,.Mortgage"

:j lingsworth a son, James; Williams; six sisters, Estella 2688 NW 62nd Street OX 10380Uinroln

father,Robert Parks, five sisters Thomas Hattie Mao Sweets,

s a Marie Rolle, Erma Roberts Frances Mason Cleo Spears,
Emma Lou Bloodsaw and Mamie
Dianne Rolle Gladys
Lou Cutler; one brother Anthony
Rolle and Laura Parks; three
Dormer other relatives 1
brothers ,Dennis, george and ;
and friends. will '
Robert Parks', an uncle; three Services beheld .
at St. James AMB Churchat JHrmortal
1 aurlts16 grand children.Mrs. Park
a time and date to be announced

t Rebecca Louella later... ( HAS Preinterment. plots of 8 grave spaces or 'less

t LOUISE ANN BELLY Renice Charlton of 1343E NW 5th Ave. I ALSO I M Mediatesingle grave space interment
Deacon Washington died Dec. 19. Arrangementsare Hamp Turner of 18110 SW
*..o departed this life Dec. incomplete. Survivors 102 Ave. died Dec. 22 at home. Boxes and vaults permitted
3$, 1964. To the pastor Rev. William He Is survived by a sister
H. Washington acting pastor, her husband Thomas; two Gates open 7 days for' your convenience

i Ena McKinney, sister the Rev. S. H. Thomas Mt. sons. Jafus andrMervin Kemp; fn Odel& a Hampton friend Roy of: Lee Lima Montgo-h Ohio Y' 31 NW 46TII STREET NE 44191 .
Doris Sinai Baptist Church to the Iwo sisters, J&s. Ruth Hut-
IMrS. Sweetwine, dght Hem. OX 19199 j
E. Johnson Manager phone
r chinson and Mrs. Melinda mery. Final rites and.,burial! :
| ao H.;Belf) son ",, bereaved family members will be held on .
nieces and nope visitors and friends ?,.Clark; two grandchildren.RICNARDSOI4' Thursday Dec.
I ;hejpsVZ:grandchildren and Whereas, 'God 'in his infinite 30th. ': 1 v -

,'?"3 great'grandchildren,,. goodness and wisdom .. ,n. j
;I : has removed from pur midstour 1
t' STEVENS. ..
: $NMEMOrn4M friend brother: Deacon Willie Joo, 6nr1 Watkins of ) "i .
Renice Washington father of 737 NW 3rd Ave.,died at Jack ,
Mrs, ,,0ajzie Howes of 2Q NW '
In loving of dear -our pastor tho Rev. William
memory my son Memorial Hospital on Dec. ,
'9th St. Hallandale died Dec. ,
husband H. Washington. 23. lie is survived by his \
25. Services at 3:30 pan. at
Resolved: That in the wife Mrs. Naomi err
Watkins his the Church of God of Prophecy : orhf 1
have lost from the ,
death we mother Mrs. Hattie Williams
Hallandale. She is
church and the community one sister ,Mrs. Rene Skinnerof by her husband Jessie.
one of its valued members New York,. one cousin Di-

the influence of the life of ana Hill one aunt, several
Derek Simmons of 5211 SW i
1 Deacon Washington was a cousins, ,other relatives and 'a 23rd SUHollywd, died Dec. 26.I I.. '
great factor, in the uplift of host of friends lie will be Services at '11 a.m. in the .I : WE'RE ONLY

New Philadelphia Baptist funerallzed Wednesday Dec Chapel. He is survived by his
Church and he will be long ,29. in the chapel Richardson mother Ethel Mae Simmons, A PHONE CALL AWAY
remembered as;) one of its Funeral Home.Eugene .
father Edward Simmons and a
founders. ,\',.\ host of relatives and friends. / To know that we are here
Resolved: That we extend Carter died Dec

to the family our deep and sin 26 at his home in W, Holly Victoria Seal of 4628 SW 'I- twenty-four hours a day'to .
cere symapthy In their great wood Fla. He is survived "'
by 18th St. W. Hollywood died help you -*-
'1 Ir loss; and may they rely on his wife Bernice of 5023 SW Deo. 24. Services
Him.who can and will heal all 23rd St., in Hollywood one Friday 11 .. ,
a.m. the chapel of Francis
... sorrow. son Eugene Jr., five sisters Funeral home\ Burial will $ ,with funeral facilities

WILLIE C. GREEN Resolved: That a copy of ,Mildred of Atlanta Oa., Mrs. take place in Evergreen Cemetery. 1 be .
I who departed this ')life on December this resolution be given to the Alma Baker, Mrs. Oretha Davis She Is survived by her can comforting.

28.,1964. family and a copy bo placedin Mrs. L. V. Adams Mrs. mother Rose McDonald '
4 tho'minute,. and that +4 ,
'. Gone but not forgotten. a Waterman four brothers E. J. N.Y., father Wllford

41 .4, There's';: anj open door at the copy be sent to the local Nathaniel l. Joseph and Burly White Mercy N.Y. two brothers g '' "My father in Heaven, help/ .

E' end of the road .| paper Lee Carter of New Jersey several Emest white Albert white; me never ro forget Thy love

Through i which each mu'st go 'Respectfully submitted nieces nephews and a sister: Naomi Reed of Chicago. > 11 look
fo the
4 s' up me
Members of the New
alone : 1 'j' .. '" ,I host of other relatives and I i .
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of the "
beauty flower
Philadelphia Baptist friends.. Services will be held 1835 I NW Ct. died
'. And there Is' a light we cannot Dec 26. Q' John ,.
f\ .r r churchLonghorn 130 p.m.,,Friday Dec. 31 at She leaves to mourn, her hus- y HenryJoweft
flee t1yT'\ I ,
Central Baptist Church in 1101- band John E. Gardner and <
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father claims .his own Oscar L.
1 : Rang.hnnral
Our .
I, ..." ,' .... 1 'lywood. Interment: EvefcreerlCo veral I friends. Gradeside services

'p .tJrs tjJQ''Q.rfen, wfe; ',' mo ry of Miami. .". will be held at Evergreen Ho.
Memorial Cemetery Thurs.
.RonatT' son '
yAnd ntnty other* '"relatives- : Mrs. Lorraine Gardner of Dec. 3lTat" 11 a.m. M '

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., BAA;MAIDS ",-1, II BUILDING,YEARS OF SERVICE RESPONSIBLE TO .: 'L't-f"I'; O''tf.:''fI";; ,\.,"; "

Attractive over 21. !/3' /or THE ,COMMUNITY "aM
over. Top salary $3 r&
OR LESS $1.25.50 FOR ADDITIONAL WORD, transporationt Phone?4 ollec t Wbon,BUYING r BUILDING MII'II fix

DEADLINE-,FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY WON Jerry 12 noon at, to CY 3.:4-9186 p.m. 1 1 f.CI. ) West, (U. ANLIY .... : Fl. t'II .,,

Jan. '1
SALE -' --- .
and kitchen:h PL .1-3884 -
Dishwashers lp.
16461 NW 19th Ct. fIR RENT, I -
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.Beautiful Homes
bedroom,CDS, Bunche Park. Over 18 yrs. See Manager Apply
2$250 down, $53 month pays Bunche Park Bargain Large furn. apt- Free utilities Holiday Cafeteria. 8288 Built e.. Your Lot

all NO closing costs, total Lovely 3 bedroom CBS, fresh- low rentals. 652-660 NW Biscayne Blvd. Indef or OursAttroctivo
i $8,000 Call Mr. Chrisat ly painted inside and out, 27th St. FR 7-417 or JB 8- price 688-6638 totes 6817740.R. awning windows, large lot. 3981. HELP' WANTEDCAB tl.".and Addition

Brooks Realtor.No 15935 Bunche Park West -- ", .Let Us DoMllsh 1
Drive. Price only $9,000. $300 Room in private home. A nice, j DRIVERS. Apply .at Your Worn Owl
- down and' $48 month FHA. quiet gentleman preferred.Society' Cab Office, 269 NW Heuee end Build
Qualifying-Move home Right In Seller will pay your closing Call 6349654. ::list Street Jndf. Lovely New Home
bedroom at 1728
Neat costs. Key at Ufo Realty Coll U* .for Facto Abut,
43rd *. Enclosed front Lovely
NW S Broker large '"
4932 NW 7th Ave. duplex. $30 Building
porch carport appliances. PL 9-4371. Open evenings, Liberty Rental Agency2020
Good Bonk Financing
$250 down and $85 month Sundays. NW 62nd St. 6337809.

pays all. Key' at Life Realty, .......... FRAME.HOUSE.
Broker, 4932 NW'7th Ave. PL, $500 down..No closing costs. Nice 2 bedroom Duplex. $20. STANLEY BUILDERS, J)
9-437 l.Open evenings and suit Corner CDS, 2 bedrooms air-Liberty Rental Agency. 2020 $3,4510'FULL PRICE Inc. '

days. Conditioning and heat} tile NW 62nd St. 633-7809. 2172 NW 49th Street
I Llct ... (mured
roof, a liar, 1795 NW 81 Terr. Good locotlen. House In tor
No' Qualifying-Mqve Right In 2 bedroom CBS vapt. on NW
rear of lot,'room to build 13. M. E. TWh StreetFlorida 1
Brand new 3 bedroom, 2 bath, No Qualifying 62nd St. Call 633-7809 Liberty '
CBS, carport, terrazzo floors, 3 bedroom CDS only $500 Rental Agency $20. in ,front. ,Only $3,450 all Mind, '

large modem kitchen colored down. No closing costs. Buy cash Drive| by then call

fixtures in both bathrooms now and get homestead. ThisIs Large 1 bedroom Apt., $16. Mi. Forts to stt.' R. A.

awning windows, extra large a truly nice CBS 3 bedroom Liberty Rental Agency 2020 Motlltr, Realtor, PL. 1-
lot. A bargain at $15,500 with home. If you'll work with us NW 62nd St. 6337809. 2401. AUTO INSURANCE
$1,000 down and $115 month we'll work with you. Phone
pays all. Must ,be teen! Keysat OX 10262. Biscayne Realty Nice room in private home Check onr now, lower rates and easy ftaandng

Life Realty Broker 4932 Inc.,, Broker, 9635 NW 22 Ave. come with private' baths. Call' .' IMMEDIATE 'flRitt FILING
i person after,6 o'clock. 4758'NW ,
NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371.
Bring this ad to our office and roc-* free'gift '
21st Ave.
No Qual Eying-Move Right In ,No Qualifying .
$500 down and $70 month for :'Ci: : : D. Goodman and Son Inc."iMtuwnco ,
4 bedroom, 2. bath, CDS on Rooms in new building. Hot .
this lovely 2 bedroom CBS Real Estate Mortgaige4
N.W. 45th St. Fla room,' car water, telephone good loca
jalousie windows 2 kitchens home a must see and don't Easiness member All, People Democratic Club
port. delay homestead time is here. tion. No fear of moving for 3 THEHMEALSQHQftLfDRTRAJNHK .
with 2 stoves 2 reM. 2688,NW 62nd Sreet OX 14360
, you'll work with uswe'll work to 5 years. $8 a wk. Call PR
gerators. Can be used for' 2 1-5334. :
families. bargain $11000 with you. Phone OX 10262. 2380 ffogler .
Jan. 7 West StreejtCoH ,-
Biscayne Realty Inc., Broker,
with $1,000 down and $87 9635 NW 22 Ave. 4042 NW 23rd Ave. 1 bed, can l for information and f.r
month pays all. Life Realty,, .... bed used as 2. Free water 4 I; b roc h u',. 4444437 .r
Broker 4932 N.W. 7th Ave. "
No, Qualifying electricity, stove &: refrig. $26 443.9741Morning
PL 9-437hOpen Sunday: ,eves.
-- Tile roof carport, nice bit wk. 266-5036 or 6332429. Cia.....
CBS in a good area and only Adults only. 9 o.m. to 12 p.m. ,
Lovely 2 bedroomCBS, car*
$500 down, move in at once. Evening Classes
jalousie windows NW Hth. 1 bedroom
port awn Only $85 month for this dandy., 3428 ,Ct. 7 to 10p.m.
ings, 2 air conds., appliances stove ,and rcrrl,. $16 wk.
heat, enclosed front and back. if you'll work with us,' 'we'twork Adults only. Dixie. 'Rental REGISTER NOW FOR,.4RW
with Phone OX 1-
porches CBS you. CLASSES
,separate storage Agency. 6332429.
housu. A wonderful buy at 0;62.. Biscayne Realty, Inc. .

$10,500 $350 down $72 mo. Broker,,...9635 NW 22nd Aver i 2460 NW 42nd St. 3 bedroom, ... I
FHA. Key at Life Realty. -
-"U- $22 wk. Dixie Rental -
Broker 4932 NW 7th Ave. 'PL $0 Qualifying 3 bedroom a

9-4371. Open Sundays.No 5 lovely CBS homes Jo choose Agency, $22 wk EXPERT:SHOE REPAIRINGAt ,. -
Ties IT
Closing Costs from if you need a home we 2117 and 2125 NW 87th SU 2 Reasonable Prices
have everything from a 4 bed
Fully furn.,'bedroom,separate.'room, 2-3 bedroom CDS 2-2,bedroom one bath, unfurn Quality Is our trade mark
garage, enclosed front porch bedroom and one extra nice $25 wk. A. Den-Kori, Realtor SHOES SHINED AND DYED,

Fla room, immaculate' inside lovely lot.,If you'll work withus Phone: 751.2243.Excellent Shoe; Craft' experts torecoveiyour ,
and out. Almost stove
M refrig. -NW37th new we'll work. with you., Phone, beauty parlor location hoes with tfco fabric{ EDISON Specials

SU- A* bargain at '8.400 with OX 10262. Biscayne Realty 308 NW 13 SU Prior: tenant of Y0*" tiVeis.,Dyeing' 'of I
$300 down and $68 month FHA 'lnc. Broker 9635..NW 22nd had long and successful, 'leather and fabric,shoes

Keys, at Life Realty,' Broker, Ave. operation.' Rent reasonable.. 'HEELS H LP 'SOLES

4932 Open NW evenings"7th Ave.and PL Sundays 94371. 4 ,Apts. Prime- r' rental area Call 371-3622., WHOLE SOLES' OPEN ,AFTER 1 P.M.. SUNDAY ./

long term 4 and 5 year tenants Newly decorated beautiful AL'S SHOE REPAIR 546 NW 51 STREET No Closing Costs 35% return on $6,000 floors. '3 bedroom bit living i/* 6020 NW 7*' Avenue
Lovely corner CBS, 2 bed cash down. $3.840 gross. 175. Fla and dining room. $125 Ho qualifying, 2 beoiroom, CBS hone plus garage. opt.
.rooms, 2 baths carport, red NW 38th St. Owner will stay moith. Shown by appointment. (Opposite Lincoln tiot'l", Bank] $12,500 total. Low down payment.

tile roof jalousie windows, on as tenant if wanted. 2280 NW 41st St. 1 838-6643. AL WILLIAMS. OWNER '> :r
air conditioner range. Houseis "/( ;'

spotless and 2nd bedroo m CDS Corner CBS House. Furn. Adults OPEN \ TO 5 SUNDAY1. \'.',

has its own .outside door. $300 down for lovely CBS only. No pets, air cond. patio. 356 NW 59 STREET ,
Price is $11.000 with $350 hone. Carport tile roof, W bath. $28 wk. 1352 NW 5.
down and $68 month. Key at hardwood floors, one of the St. 7577255. $450 down, FHA. 2 bedrooms, CBS HOMO. Fla room
Life Realty Broker 4932 NW call 0* Year Lot or Ours detached No closing costs. .
7th Ave PL 94371.. better built:homes to see plus opt.. ,i. ,> ,
... 1 OX 1-0262. Biscayne Realty, Apt. Downtown area. 1 bedroom T. Please. Yo '. *************** ;""t,... jSr*... "
Broker NW 22nd Ave, 10.50 unfurn. 1 bed "
Ins. 9635
CBS 3 Bedrooms room furn. all utilities $18.. LOTS FOR SALE 335 HW 43 ST .3 bedrooms, 2.baths, goro**,
8520 NW 17th Ave. Only USe Home and Income. Live in'Call Mickins Rental Agency $12,090 PH A. $310,down. No
down. $67 month for this lovely Indef .
home. We have several nice 2 bectoom apt. Let 1 374-6506. 55 135-N.W. 48th Terr.Trr.4 closing costs. (I. "-'
open others everyday and this until one furthemo-will be month.bedroom Only apt. $400 pay ft cash your down$97 MISCELLANEOUS, : MK1t1-H.W. 5511I St. < 6515 NW,2nd AYE. $65 me**. No qualifying.,

notice from 4:30 to 6:30. DI.. FHA. Bert B. Best, :Realtor Mac's Draperies. Custom-made' 1th1.... 51' 17 Ave.

cayne Realty, Inc. Broker. 4455366. !'''draperies. Slip covers'and bed SfixMMlst St. '
OX 1-0262. and .- -
Open. evenings spreads. Festoon work'of all
Sundays. All the furniture of- 1 bed kinds. Phone 987-7990 or OX 5fe14$1,250Cosh

room apt A bargain. See own, 13850. 5000 Pembroke Rd. Paid For Lot., REALTY Realtors
No Qualifying Saturday and Sunday. 10 a.m.
W. Hollywood, Fla. Homes, Acreage .
Modem CBS on '74x105 lot. to 2 p.m., 1323 NW 58th Ten.

One mortgage. Only $75 month. REGISTER NOW NEED MONEY? 175 N W. 62i1d SJ\15.1.2441

Move in at once. No closing Large 2 bedroom deluxe homeon Little Folks Play School CALL,BARON JE 1-130 ,-
costs. we have the keys to beautiful 75x110 fenced Licensed Day Nursery and .
'.eo. Phone OX 1-0262. Bis- lot. $13,500. 1441 N.W. 9lst Kindergarten. 3290 NW 45thSt.

cayne, Inc. Broker 9635 NW St. Phones: 635-5283 or 634-
22 Ave. Open evenings and 3044.

Sundays. ... Jan. 22
A total $10,500. 3 bedroom, EXECUTIVE SECRETARY .,H WRITE, US
FHA ExpertsWe CBS corner, only $250 down. Must have at least 3 years k WE MAILRECORDS '
have several homes for $80 month pays all. A. Ben- office experience and be ableto
sale under FHA terms withno Icon Realtor 612 NW 60th St. type and take shorthand 90 -

closing costs., Why not Call 7512243. words a minute. Call Send Cash.
stop at our office and we will

be happy to show you our fine COUSIN'S LOW LOW PRICES CheckMoneyorder'with,
selection OX 1-0262. Vis- Order

osyne, Realty, Inc., Broker
9635 NW 22 Ave.Open evening for 30 r

and Sunday, Opening '
+ ** ***** 'r
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I 8 11$

11 good and ones CBS on,Homes some everyone no qualifying the- ) 'I. nir 377860'j: If It was recorded and played Confidential... Personal .. Private #,. r

seller will pay the closing on the radio...Wt have 'ill

costs, see Biscayne Realty, INCOME TAX'RURVJ
for the best in homes 9635


MIA.f. Near Stevens 3 days service on oldies-45's Co rat In early and wo will collect

Mkt.living 2 room bedroom and kitchen CBS ,large Fla j LP's that wo may not bavo15'WOftDS the necessary ttatestftts..FREE

room, carport big lot, dead 4
end atrefct.very quiet and safe JUICE 3s. m s :
newly painted. Only FLORIDA
$450 down and $97 monthly' I "

Pays 6260 everything.S.W. 57th-CT. I 2700 NW' 2nd Ave I I. : $.N

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kt.k'f: The Florida Stars League":1 '

at Fort Lauderdale .is. "till f' '
New Orleans-NPD-' ber by Chicago as a future; News I rolling strong. The team wlthu: '
American tackle Prank Cornishof lineman. the "'66" on the back of.tfidt
Orambling college signed Buddy Young, assistant :to -, ttytioltaf" B oir.* shirts is still in first place.-: :r
with the Chicago Dears last, National football" League. John H/Dowe:' ,, ton of Mr.'. The Smiling;.Jacks real.terecll'i;
week for a sum reportedly the Commissioner Fete'' Roselle and Mrs. Walter A. Bows,. Is thirdhfgfiest game aet''IOS3tf;
tjQ )t t1lil1UttlR.__ : largest' ref: lve4 by a Louisiana Clew 1 'In from New York to visiting hiss uncle. and aunt, pins ; ,.'
--. athlete since Billy Cannon handle tha signing after.legal Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Harrison ..**...,.*** :1/1, t"
SPORTSMEN OF THE. YEAR joined the Houston Oilers. arrangements were completed In Nassau for the holidays. Bowe's :Barber Shop and.;',,
the Bears refused to discuss Young called Cornish **a 'Ho left Chmstaa five by Pan Eleanor's Beauty Salon wish
The year was rich in excellence. Gary Player wont the size of the contract lineman ,comparable to 'the American' Airways with his all their. patrons, friends and'
to complete his but it was estimated to be beat in the country.** cousin. Churchill Harrison. relatives a Happy Now Year*::;:)
!)e U.S. Open career sweep of all the well" over $125.000. Based on "Oeoro' Hal as )ts famous *.*...*.*.. \ :;" '*:J
major, golf titles. Jimmy 0 Clark showed his total com- what Cornish was offered in for finding big men in small .",. :'! .
Mrs. Pearly ,Mae Fleming ,
mand of the racing car. Distance runners Michel Jazy the rival *' said, adding, ftf*
Football places, Young mother 6f.Mr.. Betty Ball ,of ..: .:. /" ;;
and Ron Clark broke one world record after League have reason .
one source placed "The Beats every Hallandale, visited her daughter
Willie Mays hit home runs,stopped fights and just mis the figure as high as $160.- to believe. that Cornish during the Christmas hot!. Long4orn.! :;//i'
sed winning the pennant for San Francisco.But beyond 000. .. will stand as tall as two days She lives at ,Sarasota. ; "f ,. \ ;.'\ ., \
everyone stood Sandy Koufax, sportsman of the year. At any rate, the 285-pound other great Orambling alumni- Mrs. Ball is' the new barber t' :;,.' a "l't. t
lineman is believed to be the Paul 'Tank Younger'and 'I.' ." .. I
He overcame a depressing physical disability that at Bowe's Barber Shop on 1
manifested itself in spring, training.He' had to pack his most expensive small-college Willie Davis. And believe Pembroke Road.. .. ,t \,' 4 4r
elbow in ice after each during the And player in history, you roe, that pair {9 a pieceof *.......*. .- '
game season. '
pitched the Dodg,rs to the World Championship. ,Cas- He was drafted lastDeoemPHILADELPHIA work. Freddie Matthews' is home SKIN DISEltSES.

sious (Mahamad All) Clay still holds the heavyweight from college visiting his
family He that he is '
title. As for other boxing titles, they, ,keep changing Suspends Picketing of Girardof studying 'to reports be a pharmacist. A new approach to tread. i
hands. *.***.****** a.at sad Medication} ).' j

BIG STAKE AT TROPICAL PARK After the suit but warned that Euono.Cartot Sr.,' passedat based on specialized)" 1

The richest sprint stakes of the meeting and the seven months and 17 days picketing would be resumed if his home, 5023 SW 23rd, St.*. blood and .1 laboratoryrosi \ '
"unforaeen circumstances" West Hollywood Monday even :
for the pickets who have marched *. Also\general <,
major prep $50,000 Tropical Handicap highlight prac r
around the stone walls of required such action. ing.. He is survived by his, ..\ "
the New Year's week of racing at Tropical Park., lily-white Girard College) have The Philadelphia NAACP wife Bemice; son, Eugene tico. r1DR. '.
The $15,000 New Year's Handicap at six furlongsto been withdrawn by the Philadelphia leader said that to his know- Jr., five slater and four ..
be run on the holiday will bring together Bay Phan Branch of the National ledge this "was the first time brothers, Funeral services H. HAAG, >

tom, winner of the City of Coral Gables Handicap; Ba- Association for the Advance- a suit to protect the civil will be held' Saturday Dec. PL442d; 1*
zaar, winner of a division of the Hurricane, Handicap; ment of Colored People.Announcement rights of Negro citizens had 31 at Central Baptist Church. ". i"i;
and Macedonia,. winner of the New..Year's Handicap ; of the suspension been filed by governor of a '. ..,' :- '\"i::;"
last year. of the picket: line state. It ,represents another ......................iMtlil, .... .*.. ..*...*.*....**....*..,. ,
step forward in the, battle for : *. 1 j::" '"'"
protest against the institute *
Others expected: to go ppstward in the New. Year'sInclude Miami Times \*
ion's century-old exclusion of civil rights he said. : :
Sky Wonder Commu? que, Buz On, Bold Des- '
Oirard College, really a : '
and Negro youths was made on : 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue ,I:::
troyer, Bugler, Rorque. Dec 17 by Cecil Moore boarding school for boys 6 to .
The Orange Bowl Handicap 1-1/16 on Wednesday, of the branch. The action 10 years old, was establishedby : ,Miami, Florida 33147 .I{, >.. ., t f\y;\;,.
the 5th of January, is the major prep for the 50,000 followed the filing of a the will of Stephen Oirard, = "' \ ." .
added Tropical Handicap at nine furlongs to be. run ..ult. the previous day, in .,the a sea captain who died In : Dear Sir I ._,. ."1,'-1V'J) <" ,v',$. I, ..,'
closing day January'15th.. United States District Court 1831 Under terms of the will, = .t:, \ 1: t..p.:, ; .':"
'Such important stakes winners as Sparkling Johnny seeking admission of seven admission to the School was : .. Enclosed.. .pleaseflnathe, sum'of'' "
Ampose, Pollux Tronado, trvkup, Big Rock Candy,, Negro boys and charging that orphans.restricted*' 'to "1'091'male white to cover. he cost' of a. ;'. subscription' to *;:- .'
B.Ft'S Own Davis '2nd, Turn to Reason, Choker, and'**the private school's policy of built' r"' ;'" .... '
school '
The was more
Sunstruck are but a few of the probable starters. : exclusion violates the' Constitution than>J .. century the Miami Times, '' ?' :
ago on an
of the United States,. "
will .. .. }> r .
Tropical Park sponsor ten race progtams the laws of the Stato of Pen- estate then twti miles from the r "- =
throughout the balance of the meeting. First post for nsylvania and public policy,, center ,of Philadelphia. The Mail Paper To: :" '.

these ten,race cards will be, as usual, 1:15: p.m. The complaint was filed city :long>.since, expanded be- Address ,. .C'City 3ls

.The Sam;:Griffith' Memorial Cup has been recognized on behalf of. the state" And yond the school and the area ,
city and the mothers of die has become predominantly'. ''1i'... .'. State 'z I P Code;__ i "
by the Union ,of' International Mototboating (UIM) as : .
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Negro. The school's trustees : ,... ; 'M' .: (
rejected applicants by .11.\ '
seven .
the official symbol of the :world's ocean powerboat racing ; adamantlzafWasd tothbtexistiitf II' ....*" \ Q *.. ...t ." "
'drj'vers'championship, Capt..Jack Manson 1i memberof ,William Charles T.:J. Coleman Biddle, ,Philadelphia Jr.,
the UIM'rul committee, announced here. attorneys. the 'chana dimes and Negro" ':..u. i .', Ed Nabb of Cambridge' ,. Maryland, vice-president Mr..Moore hailed the filing boys'gre at TIC ed for, such train ." ... \!,,
of the' American Power Boat Association, presented ing.MIRACLE 1 .IIIII'
''the most coveted trophy in the sport, to the UIM at its

recent annual meeting irj Brussels, Belgium. He was UNITED EDUCATORS > "
accompanied' by veteran offshore champion and president -. j

of the large offshore Power Boat Racing Association i

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: THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December, 1965'
.i ;' town there were people !selling
Pioneer R Early .,cheap lots .for .$25 and ISO a
I $1 1.8 Million Granted For 5 lot. .
( : ... Kelly asked Mr. Davis.
City toga down, to. Key Went and
of Liberty
Ii : Days let.his people know about the
Special Edication Programs
; :: tots. "We went and opened an
M, ,., office finthe. corner' of petrania .
I-1 i Under the federal' Elementary these ..schools ranks below free student from '}h1.;... ,:. ,
ford Building but wa did POt
grade-level In reading achievement 'failure. t
,and Secondary,School Act k "In the year 1922 Ao late do much bw
But school' officials re* J nesa.
1 the Dade County School sys. cognize; that just as reading'FRANK SINATRA' IS F. V. 'Dni bought a tract of : ib. : "We came back and opened
tern, with a grant of 1.8 mil ; .
Sand the outskirts erf cortb
it ott<<
ability affects' all learning, aa office on tfW 11th St* and
lion, will launch five special is affected bother factors. NAACP LIFE. MEMBER. went ftfiaml to ,develop a nob II I' ii i 3rd Awl The company then

r :programs massive of underprivileged.early effort next to help year thousands In d a, READING DIFFICULT New Vork-Frank Sinatra people division. That for was the, the colored begla- .f if;;: the sold" government 60 acres of to the build land, the to

,ton overcome their learning Between three and '10 per has become a Life Member of sing cf what later became Liberty Liberty City Project."
t problems, it was reported thisII cent of elementary children In. the National Association for : at,., : When construction on the "
c ,week. Dade'a poverty pockets have the Advancement of Colored At that!'time the urea w. .project started, come people
-i, Another program still *waiting reading difficulties too complex ,People, it'.was disclosed this completely<,; ., said that tho buildings were
approval is the week: by Miss Lucille Black palmetto sod pine tree*. Alcn- '
one to to bo remedied in a' re*, for fthouldersln case of war.
provide heads tart .for 3,000: gular classroom setting, the the association secretary for zo Kelly, a contractor nod '::i iT' That waa a knock 'to selling
pre-rfchool 'children? using report said.The school system membet ahip. builder wa hired to build a >.I, ''.. //P l'>.;,., ;, lots. But when people began
a ..$700,000 under ESBA and has set up six clinics to help Sammy'Davis, star of the, dance hall which was called ". .? ':" ; ;: moving into the project business
+ $1.9 million from the Office of solve this problem,but parents hit Broadway musical, "Golden the Pavillion. This offeredsomo picked up. .
t ,, ,, Economic, .Opportunity" will have to transport, their Boy", presented Mr. Sina attraction to tho public In 1950 the last five lots
t ,r.' children to and from the clinics tra his NAACP Life Membership After this ..... Kelly built -- on NW 15th Ave; between 67th
t i- ; BREAK,. CYCLE OP POVERTY and will shuttle from plaque during his birthday three residence on 40x90 Iota Be had a hard time shoving and. 68th Sta. were sold f>
The programs are" intendedto school to school to nerve celebration In Hollywood end on every Sunday afternoon people what Liberty City Dennis SmIth. Ho has a fine
break the cycle of poverty children whose parents ara too Sunday Dec. 12, Miss Black at 4 ,,o'clock he went might bocome in later 10.,.. apartment: on that site
II .by boasting the children and poor to take care of, their laid.Mr. over town end Invited people Some told blink "you are try'
7, I preparing them for productive transportation. pavis, "a long timo to come out end see Liberty lag to get us out in the
school and community activities. friend and' ..s.oclato'of the City. He had two buses on the woods." i
I, SPECIAL TEACHER famed singer-actor was in :corner of, NW 9Ch SU sod 3rd l Longhorn?
Then in 1925,the t8. topoo
*' TRAININGTeachercounselors
q three
'I The major California to film segments .Ave. for tranaportation.. pod selling because of coicpetition. -
under attack areTeachlng the of his new nation-wide network J ,When the buses were full Ori comer down
/Ii! children to read, 'to express at 24'television show which begins of' people they were 'led bySt.Agrnes .every
schools will help
themselves, to peak; and write January 7. Ub-
Comet Band to
children solve their adjustment
: effectively} counseling them Black said rids
q arty City where each
thoroughly; training teachers 'problems before they reach the person
1'I serious stage $everal teach the third plaque presentation was, given a ticket. The pcr-
to be flexible and to Use all
possible techniques and tech era from junior high schools i Mr, Davis has handled' ,for. the son who hoW the "lucky Ilv. lii Pafrkk
: nologies, in dealing with the will ,be trained in' the latest :NAACP this year. Mr. Davis number wan given a house
I Individual learning needs of teaching methods at. Robert E. and all the members of his free. All,he bad to do was to :
I'' pupils from different cultural, Lee Junior High to meet the family are NAACP Life Members go to Mr Davis office the THE NOBLEMAN OF TODAY CAN AND
( needs of junior I high students. she said
.y1 social and economic. backgrounds following Monday end pick up '
Counseling positions will the deeds"-.4 abstract. WILL HELP YOU, ,HO' MATTER HOW HARD
The five programs! will needto be created for 36 teachers In 'a------------, Later duJ'4nolopcr told OR LARGE YOUR PROBLEM. I KNOW GODIS
hire about 350 supervisors the following six senior high I ,Hon-Serglcol Office [ Mr. Kelly "1 an going .to
.. teachers and support personnel schools: George Washington I Treatment I change the plan of giving ABLE.
-some of whom have already Carver, Mays, Miami Jackson houses. I soa going to have
.. ,been employed North Dade Northwestern and {I. RUPTURE -PILES' j jI ,. four at five crates of chicken I,
Booker T. Washington cut WILL 'BE HERE FROM THE.FIRST TO THE
1' Rectal Diseases, Varicose I so that more than one person .., .
> I 34 SCHOOLS AFFECTED the ratio to 1:250. ,Veins, Prostate No' I can: 99 Lame feeling good with 12& OF JANUARY AT: :I'.:Jf'
: ,. schools The report said, in part, ,
At 34 elementary lest tine Discard! Trassj I something in their hands .
"Interwoven in the plans for
I some 7,920 disadvantaged j Upon Correction of Rtptere. In 1924 +. Davis built a .
all the projects is the I
" 't 1 dents will training get from intensive 132 special language to, break teachers. lose from I Low. cost.DR.LOHG'SCLIHIC. I operated swimming by pool Mr. which Kelly. was The '624,9 HW 19"' 'Ave.vsI
j established patterns which ,
I The reading report teachers said'that a great have'not, 'Wrkodhey will{ 1545 SW 1st St-FR 3-27481 'pool was sold later and Kellystarted
i to sell Iota.
t: Majority :of' the students at try new approaches which will .

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She walked away from .d CUSTOM MADE

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