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Title: Miami Times
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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: December 21, 1963
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Urban Renewal j i K Iht t y : YS



Work To Begin In The I Greater Miami will pay Its
In final formal trll/ute to the ;
22nd late President J. F, Kennedy i
January, 1964 3rd ;: Sunday night, Dec. 22 duringa I
memorial program that la
Pade County's final 55-mil- His free and pen to the public at
lion-dollar urban renewal Bnvfront Park Auditorium.
plan for the central Negro' district this- Harry author of the
was endorsed by the MIami need best GOldeni, y In America' (
City Commission Monday that and a guest of tho Kennedyfamily I
and work will begin In Jan. 1W53. only a few.days before ', f
now the assassination; will be principal :: ..
The plan for "general J I speaker at the Miami tribute ,
neighborhood renewa was I 10 VI formally ending the 30 days "
presented to the commission by The of, national mourning pro IQlm-: 'f'
Erie Hill, whose firm, Hill andAdley the. ed by Prcsldent.'Lyndon John- '#:' r-
::Associates:: designed l the .'.;.
Ron.
project for Metro's Urban Renewal U S. Representative Claude ,',!:f .
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years
Agency. pay I Pepper, University' of Miami I .',
Vice )Mayor\ David T. Ken- total President Henry King Stanford, ;
Robert King High
nedy announced at the meet- take Miami Mayor
Kronlsh of ,
Rabbi Leon
Ing that the commission) has The and will be
}Beth Sholom 9
Temple
decided to work for the defeat
Nevin
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Fr. J,
other speakers
of a proposed Metro charterAmendment'whlch the Church
of St. Hugh Catholic
would "crip town C, Carroll
Bishop -
ple Urban renewal" In Dade. / representing'
the of the
who will be out city
, The site of the project Includes the will be program chairman. :,.'
about 800 'acres bounded There will be choral singing.
by NW 29th St., on the jects. Soloists will Include Joan Field,.
north, NW 5th St., on:the south The violinist nnd Juan Mercadelr
NW 7th Ave.. on the ;west and guitarist The Sunday night.
the Florida East Coast Railway and Hnyfront Park tribute to Pres-
tracks on the east and Is sons us"i I I ident }Kennedy begins at 8 p.m.. I
divided into four areas. it
Hills
Powell's Education! '
General plans are drawn forth sured
four areas. A detailed plan have - Bills Saves 88th .ICongres8" a
for the first project will be ers his
ready in a few weeks and the The mind

commission. will then be asked to Hep. Adam Clayton PowellD.
to' iHMts' a resolution authori- 20 to Tommie
whose actions were
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ing the beginning of the work. ,,worjc Mitchell ( Leaders:
: ; the other embarrassing' to House I.I
I session has ended!
attorney, and earlier this ,
matter wa, the year with flying colors.
ROOSEVELT Under his chairmanship the
'on Educatlora
I legal expense house Committee I
Sam, thd :and Labor has produced n series -
52.000.000 each to of education bills that make
the first fleaslpn! of tho Sfltto
Congress) one' of the most productive
Figure Reached In A. in history In this field.

ment. Killed By Powell points with pride to
Only 5J/2 Months "We : the landmark program granting l
deeply federal aid for constructionof
Roosevelt Savings and Loan higher education facilitiesand !

Association, G015 NW 7th Ave., mlnal of 7100 NW a thorough revamping andexpanding
ed. ot! vocational j"?"-
proudly announced that Its assets \ fatally 'injured
had soared. above the two Saturday ration programs to meet mod-
million dollar mark this week. six ,: Smith was ern lob trnlnlna nr'nrlq!" '' 1
death. The committee has achieved
Roosevelt, which opened for hopes. ) success on the labor side also,
lAislness:; last July 4, Is uniqueIn edge of NW oasslntf: a bill requiring; enual)
that It Is the only savings "We of. the In- nay for women that has n :0-vr.? .
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and loan association with a our ( ) Ave, Young history of failure In Congress
racially Integrated board of directors Job ] { 75 feet until this session/ Another
and staff to have received loans Miami Homi measure greatly expands training 1
Its charter from a i : flush re- '' opportunities for the .hardcore -
Southern state. Its accounts, up race, I Instantly. unemployed
to $10.000, are Insured by an 701 NW 74th President Johnson telephoned -
Our
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agency of the federal government I with careless his congratulations! last
to \ a fatal ac- week to Powell and other committee
Chairman of the Board John Ro() I while Intoxi- merrbem at a camblned
B. Orr, Jr., and President Elmer with celebration In tho committee's t
offlco for Powell's 65th birth- 4' "
day, and the House :passage of ,
two major committee h1l1 \ JAn
over-Joyed Houro leader' I, "IJ
Who was present told Pres. ; I
Johnson when his turn at then .
+ lid 'phone "This committee It>.i '
came
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end'Ifs chairman have' saved ,
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*.- I' tale t] netslon.! This, Congress has ; In" \
fJ f $ done more for education "
than any other." -

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Street to Close 1

For Skating

Tha" fn"nwtn"" ctreet i and. ,. .
!>v nu"" have been designatedfor .
h.irrfrada! durlnq the \ I
fhrljtmae holiday* from ,. I
Christmas Eve to New Year's
nav ._ and! voting' people are
Jircnl; !l' to skate In thee areas: .". \.
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fi;Area I: 63rd.St., between;' lath 1, ';' "
RWHth AveL \J.? '
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t "rn 13th amUHth ;Aves. iiA ff I ,'

n____ -T. ".. Area IIJ2th: ( St., between r'a' :
.. 3rd and 8th Aves. !
:a.. The- Dade County Secretarial Assocatlcin presented ed c queen for the 1963-64 school] year by the past queen, .Area ',III, Coconut Grove: {, 4

its Fourth Annual 1 Scholarship Dance on Friday, Dec. 13, :Miss Betty MOB\ Miss\ Ruby Emanuel and. ,Mrs. Katie' PJaza! St., from pay Ave. to

at>, ')ititilcipahAudttorium. Mrs.JSeatricc. : Miller'ivas crownTaylor were runners up. / Jefferson Avt. ,

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JACKSONVILLE, A cam-
paign aimed at increasing em-
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ployment opportunities for Negroes NAACP Organizes
here has recently been
launched by the NAACP.A Women's AuxiliaryThe

selective: buying campaignIs Miami Branch of the
being conducted with certain -
NAACP announces the organiz-
stores which have rer ntly ing of its Women's Auxiliary
taken steps to open new Jobs which has the name of "Wins". the Employees a.Ii

being NAACP excluded.fact-finding According committee to an The Mrs.auxiliary Jonnle Curtis was organizedby who ser- I IO'NEAL

Diana Shops, W. T. Grant'sIvey' ,
ves as the Coordinator for Flo-
Penney's May-Cohen's, rida NAACP auxiliaries
The Holley Shop, McCrory'sWoolworth's Mrs. Curtis, is women an .active mem- Ii
MontgomeryWard's ber of the Tampa NAACP HELML Y'S
and Kress have
upgraded -
and branch. Among, the ladies who I
Negro personnel now participated in organizing this
have fair employment and pro- auxiliary were Mrs. Irene
motion policies Sheppard, Margaret Newbold, EXTEND
The NAACP is urging that Mary ,Cantor, Georgia Vickers, -
o customers trade only at these Mable Hayes, Bernice Hunt, .',
stores. As other stores adopt Veronica Williams, Bessie ',t.' $
such:: policies they will be addedto Brunt, Iris Shirley, Rosa '
the* list, Rutledge H. Pearson, Thornton, Mary McPhee, and
branch president, announced. Misses Blanche Calloway and I Is
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Those stores presently on the Hazel Cunningham Lending IIEErlleS I
list will be deleted if progress their moral ,support to the :
does not continue..Campaign forming of the auxiliary were ,
Fr. Theodore Gibson and Dr. ,
George :Simpson,-,President and I .,. "'
BreakfastFor vice president respective of the .r4AT \ ti 1
Miami Branch NAACP.We I :
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Miami Sasso, Florida, Dec. 16'A' to participate Invite all and Interested become active ladles I|I ( ++ ::) .:"n.-t':>..I} "' I

campaign organization break-, in this program, so that we f /iT
fast was held for County Commissioner might make Miami a better and : > :s
Thomas Sasso, last greater city in. which to live. .U'IIHU, I.
Saturday. 10:00: a.m., at the Miami -' We .are also interested in our '.':.:' Q,,
Springs Villas. Supporters youths who will be our citizensof \-' Q
from all parts of Dade County the future. Regular meetingswill 4ir2
turned out for the event which be held at 800 NW 3rd Ave.,
according to Miami Springs the 1st and 3rd Tuesday night, r2
official, Art Bruns, was one of of each month beginning Jan.
the largest:! meetings of this 7, 1964. ii4ti
d dw
kind In Villas' history. .. .. ..." :lt: qqb ;

The huge King Arthur's 4 Y
Court was filled to capacityand J. A. SummonsREAL '... .. "'
an additional throng stoodin rr1 ti,. 1
the wings and surrounded the ESTATE ""
central meeting area. Fellow Q
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commissioners, County, State APPRAISALSINVESTMENT
and Municipal officials present 29
were enthusiastic in their endorsements t ; 29
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missioner. "We need more Job NE 4-6875 ... .. -,. '':
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about many issues but nothing 1899 N.W. 53rd St. t I r l'
Is more important' than a paycheck -
for every able bodied Miami 42, Fla. 29
person who wants and needs to I I w .'".k
work. Dade County needs more Indfi 1 1KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKMIKKKKKKKKK I ICltt ',. 29
light industry to balance off To all
our good friends and customers
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our economy Sasso sand w

We'd like to pause a moment to ay . .. 29i

LKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKtK I II May your Christmas be calm and peaceful '. ... 29
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May the holi a ( : MERRY CHRISTMAS"' 29

days be filled I

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Prosperous New Year 29

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DRUG STORE
'4634 N.W. 27th Avenue NE 4-7233

Warren W.. Welter, Prop. TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND 'a
FRIENDS .
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1 62nd And 'N.W.18th Ave.NEVER '. :.:$ .
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Mr. Blonston to MIAMI TIMES. MIAMI FLA. f' I
Kirid of says remem- -
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II SECURITY' ber, "The amount. of the social: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1963 PAGE 23 I
Christmas This Year? : security check you finally receive If' I
will how much Is the new beauty operator at I
depend on
Broward County I I I
. .. .
Christmas .. '
63 brings to a; of your earnings are correctly Eleanor's Salon of Beauty, 4144 I
dose the year of the centennial) shown on your own earnings News SW 10th St., West Hollywood.All iI i

of the. Behind Emancipation Proclamation records" He urged workersnot I I Howe's Barber Shop and I

tragl c events are which the marked great and the,j, -n.--e... .--R to take a chance on the Eleanor's Salon of Beauty wish the churches of West
fight for civil rights: earnings record being wrong. all their patrons relatives and Hollywood and Hyde Park are
"If haven't checked with
The How much would family you friends a Merry Christmas anda making final preparations for
demonstrations in the your Us: In the last four years to see
streets of Birmingham and other receive from social security ifabledsduringithis If your own earnings are l/eing I Happy New Year. their Christmas service, Soma
cities, the martyr's death of become dis correctly reported by your of ,them will present their cantatas .- ,
NAACP secretary Medgar Evers! year? Will the ployer, do so at once." he em-I I Miss Elizabeth El of Miami this Sunday.
in Jackson, Miss., the bombing amount they receive be based on The< local social security \
in which Innocent children were' your correct total earnings? fice Is at 231 NE 70th St.COMING t1t1CKK d1Kk KKx QKK )tK+QKK'RK a; wt e t t e ex e eacaee a: e e.
killed during church services Can you answer. these ques- I I ii: I
and other.recent tragedies which, tions? ri. I
have shocked the world and I
brought universal pleas for an Edward P. Blonston, Manager I I I H :,; I
I end to lawlessness and racial of the Miami North Social 4\, r
hate. Security District Office said Alpha |Koppa!(, Alpha I 1

The struggle will go on. A the answer many people giveto Fashionetta-64
these questions is, "I don't
I civil rights bill is before Congress -' I
nation elections are onlymonths know, Sunday, January 12, 1964 FRI. SAT. and SUNDAYPRESENTS
away. On these and a He also said, "Studies show
dozen other fronts the fight will most of us know exactly what 1.00: p.m. I
,be passed. our insurance policies protectus I
against, exactly what we With Margurite Belafonte
To this end the National Association -' would be paid If we lost an eye,
For Your
for the Advancementof an arm, or even our life. How- Dade Count)' Auditorium 1 Entertainment
Colored People has estab- ever, most of us take our social ;
'1 11 she d a Commemoration Mr.
for granted.
Christmas Certificate which Is security said each worker
Blonston
ideal for framing and will servein should make certain that every
The
lieu of the traditional
social
his
Christmas gifts to adults. security cent he earns earnings goes record on before "Music To Me .

The Certificate will be mail- death, disability or retirement ,
ed to the persons designated by, occurs. He advised every worker -
you from NAACP headquartersas to keep his social security
your gift. Both your name card handy and show it to his Charles
and .the recipient's and the employer when he goes to work.
amount contributed will be inscribed Many workers try to,give their
on it. (Certificates are numbers to their employersfrom ,1YtN.E yt4N I"I ;
+w K saa
available in denominations of memory. The Miami u fiWRrrraxvR
$5, $10, $25, $50 $100, $:))00, North manager said this is nota
$1,000 and $5,000.) good practice and increasesthe Md .
change of the number being Austin :
What finer gift, in the true reported wrong. i
spirit of Christmas, could one I I.,
select-or receive-dolng honorto "What If my earnings are I I
both sender and recipient Ina not all on my record?" is a I
common pledge to work for question frequently asked. Mr. I
the day when "Peace on Earth B Jons ton said, "You or your Combo
Good Will to Men" shall prevailfor family will most likely get a "Christmas Seals mean health- )'I
all. smaller social security check and tint's what I'm In favor ot" ,
when retirement time comes says Count Basle, top band I I III
around or If you die or become I leader.He's aiding the ChristmasSeal
...-... - ....... disabled" lie advises each work-I'' Campaign in radio appear Dining ,and Dancing to Your Favorite \
er to check his work anew across the country. I)
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Advertise! It Pays! every three years; a free post- Music
card form for that purpose is
,
avialable at his office. '
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.1 Made on lU'eml INCH, No other MINIMUM
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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1963 PRESIDENT JOHNSON SPEAKS TO UN Miami Teachers

President Lyndon Johnson made' his first address ,
Back Princo
before the United Nations on Tuesday. He pledged sup

port of the United States and an unswerving commitmentto Edward SchoolsA
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the keeping and the strengthening of peace.
"I come here today to make it unmistakably; clear," communitywJ.de fUI'll'-
President Johnson said, "that the assassin's_ bullet which raising drive for the supportof

----.-.-.- -- took President Kennedy's life did not alter his nation free ;private Integrated
II. E. SK3I8MUNI IIEEVE8, Editor and Publisher schools:; in Prince <, Edward
purpose.He County, Va., was launched last
GARTH C. 11EEVEB, Managing Editor asked the delegates of the 112 other UN members Thursday by Dade County

Member of the National Newspapers Publishers l Association to convey to their countrymen the gratitude, of all Classroom Teachers Association -
Americans for their companionship in sorrow at thePresident's ,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
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ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX tyONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 death, :More than four years ago
"And I hope you will tell them that the United Statesof public schools there were
Entered. as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1027 at the Post Office America, sobered by tragedy, united by sorrow, renew- closed:; to avoid racial Integration $:
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 ed in spirit, faces the new year determined that world and most of the Neero

Main Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX ::1-0-121 peace, civil rights and, human welfare, become not an children facilities, were until without this fall school when
Downtown Office: 1112 N.W..,3rd Avenue Phone FR 3-2236 illusion but a reality.Mr. private interests opened a desegregated

"CREDO OP TilE NEGRO PRESS" Johnson's address was loudly applauded.' school system.
the The Congress closed this week and will in
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead reconvene White children have attended
Hvorld, from racial and national antagonism when It accords to January' when the President will deliver the State of the private schools since 1959.
creed or color his human> and Union message. CTA
every man regardless or race The Assembly of Representatives
legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man-the Negro Press ; authorized its executive -
strives to help every man In the firm belief that all men are POLITICALLY SPEAKINGThe board to kick off the
hurt aa long as anyone Is held back. drive with a donation of $500
election held for the office of sheriff
on Tuesday from the treasury, and directedPat
of-Dade, County sent former Sheriff T. A. Buchanan back L. Tornillo Jr., executive
( oik n tGnur W Itit morlik to his office as he defeated his Republican opponent F. secretary, to map the cam-
A. Phillips. paign..

To the modern church, Christmas is a feast with its primary Phillips made a pretty good showing, but the con- Tornillo and the board will
emphasis on an event in history, the Nativity of Our Lord, the sensus was that he could not beat Sheriff Buchanan; cer- make detailed plans, but the
birthday of Christ Originally the festival was established to tainly he must have known that assembly made it clear that

emphasize the doctrinal implications of that event, the Incarnation Our sheriff had the privilege of both being appointed both funds from were school to be personnel solicits)


.'* "" 'God. so lovt'd: tl1, 11'\'or1Uf, f1hI; eIe:: :v 1' PnIYJ.; f..J r-t; .'and.. .,.r ."elected.? ,.,_ ,-.. He. was t sworn, ; in on:; Wednesday.ft': ..'. .a *. fJ "* & Pt. pd.\hef enef ff ,l...public* l' ,"wI1 *'
moneyt
tfan" Whatever will AH collected W'
happen to the privately owned Cape
sent to the National' Education
"The Word became flesh and dwelt among USo" Florida Lighthouse on Key Biscayne is not known at the Association's Prince Edward
Christ! being in the form of God, thought it not robbery to present time but it seems that the idea of purchasing the County Found.
be with God but made Himself of no reputation, took upon
equal ; 138-year-old sea-land mark has fizzled out. '" ....oo..ol.. tIt.-, >
Him the form of a servant and was :made in the likeness of men. Douglas Barnes, director of parks and recreationsays po

And being found In fashion ns/ a man, lie humbled Himself nnd he knows of no money available for the purchase of J. A SummonsREAL
became obedient unto death, even the death of the cross." the lighthouse and of '
no special effort to raise the money. ESTATE

The Incarnation is the effective instrumeijt of man's, redemption Then too, ''an advisory committee has decided against
man's recreation :Which is the answer God's, love turning the structuhe into a national monument. I APPRAISALSINVESTMENT

makes to man's colossal failure. Herein almighty God goes the

:second; mile, gives His cloak tb them who have received His coat ,In St. Augustine, the oldest city in the state and one

already. of the worst' as far as race relationship is concerned, a NE 4-6875
Man's divine gift of freedom proved his \undoing. His very grand jury that had. been investigating the situation

:ability to think and feel and 'will . to make. decisions . his made its report on Tuesday,. 1899 N.W. 53rd St.
:superiority to the rest of the created universe . led to man's The Jury said the unrest could be ended if "dedicated" -
rebellion against his author. The old Adam is consistently certain white and Negro leaders were given a chance to discuss Miami 42, Fla.

he knows tfctter what Is best for him than does his maker. differences and resolve them. indfAdvertise

Consequently, self is enthroned and God forgotten. They blamed racial trouble on two "militant leaders .
.. and the Ku Klux Klan." wmww
But God's created creative love will neither.be thwarted, discouraged -
The report said the racial disturbances had ad-
nor defeated. The long line of wise. men, priests, ;and It Pays!
versely affected } morals health
th.e and general welfareof
prophets sent by God, to bring men ,bark into fellowship with
Him again are scarcely heeded. Hence, God comes Himself Into white st. John's County. That it resulted in the shooting ofa \\J\\\ ; \\;
and the
man partial breakdown in
communica
the world of men In the person of His Son Incarnate.He <
tion between the races.., According to the report these TheatricalBeauty
reveals to men, insofar as human nature can reveal the leaders used extremely bad judgement in attempting to

Infinite, what God Is like. He reveals the perfect human life, I present their problems and grievances to the elected of-

centered in trust in, and obedience to, God, as He envisionedHis ficials.This Salon
relationship to man in His creation. He proclaims God's love bad judgement and attitude the report said,
in forgiveness of sin In granting health and light, and life abun- placed these officials in a position from which there was
dant. no compromise."The 2625 NW 55th St.

This all means that God entered into the history of mankind. resultant empasse was exploited by the Ku r
Klux Klan' .
"right where man is." The Incarnation is a fact which guaran.. representing many outside voices, with gen
tees that the Christian faith is not vague speculation but is concrete eral confusion as a result. The "Klansmen did not repre

, and specific. This shows that God is so concerned about said.sent the view of the whole citizens ofrthe county, the jury '

the destiny of men on earth that He has done the amazing thing .

of becoming'man Himself. Herein is shown God's love for. mankind aaaaa>aa nma >bx a, a>;ammmx aaxm__maaxnm__a n>,
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| CONGRATULATIONS ,ROOSEVELT SAVINGS
A Merry Christmas
t On Tuesday this week the assets of Roosevelt SavMngra ., ,
and Loan Association exceeded the two million dol- OUR I andHappr a :"?

, lar mark. The Negro community of Dade County can New Year .

share in the congratulations being: received by Roosevelt's FRIENDS AND PATRONS! 1 For. tho l.Vft In ,:beauty >eare
directors at its impressive 'headquarters.The '
bring your. problems to u*
\ support of our community, plus the enlightened I I K &*\
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DLUES LOVERS mourn tho belean Cody, Mr. and Mrs. :
passing; of Dinah Washington King S. Rankin, Derwin Variance N
whose untimely death occurred and T, S. Greer, Jr.
last week.FRIENDS. .

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THE DOCTORS Simpson, Col I Grand Ballroom will precede the Hamberry are receiving invitesto "crossed the burning sands":
ston, Brown and Edwards were I ball. For information and, tic- the approaching wedding of Into Greekdom: Mnry,.L,. Ghol- \
hosts to some of their medical kits, call the Greater Miami her older 'son, Henry "Bunny" ston and Madelyn SqUIre' Del- ti
school classmates and their Heart Association. Valentine, who will marry Miss to Sigma Theta; Betty! f Gardiner -
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and Claudia Alpha
Gaynell Elaine Thomas on Mon-
family during the recent Orange ;
Blossom Classic weekend. Included GET WELI* WISHES TO: day, Dec. 30th In Baton Rouge, Maxine Randall, Zeta Phi Beta; I
in theis group were Dr. Carmetta Cash Drown, Carmen La. Both "Bunny" and his bride- McKeva L. Smith Jr,," Omega
Hicks and family, Pensacola; Jackson, and Zelma Black who to-be reside In Los Angeles, Psi Phi: Richard H. Fox Jr.
confined to Christaln Hos- and will continue to make their (West Hollywood), Omega Psi
Dr. and Mrs. Jones, Tuskegee; are i
Howard Smith, Alpha
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home there after the wedding.
Dr. Johnson, Dayton, Ohio: and pital. Phi Alpha. .'.e*
Dr. Stann and family, Colum-
bia, S. C., after the game, the OUR SINCERE SYMPATHY \
group assembled at the homeof TO: Zelma Peters on the deathof Till FAVU: ALUMNItlon : usso'ln- I
the Colstons for school days her mother, Mrs. Mary. Jim will hold a business meet- A DELEGATION of 12 officials > ,\
reminiscence.AKA Thomas, which occurred In ing and social hour on Sunday, of Miami Savings and
West Point, Ga. Wednesday Dec. 22, at the home of the Oral Loan Institutions met with the
Aliens 1920 Golden Glades Bank Board In .4A1 ;
Christmas morning. Home Loan '
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Sunland Training Center at a MRS\ NANNYE FLETCHER alumni are invited to this meeting day to protest certain inequi- Season's GreetingsMiller's I
behefit tea which was held on and daughter, Gwendolyn of ties In a proprosed government
Sunday, at the home of Gussie Jacksonville were houseguestsof registration. Charles Prather Cleaners thank each I
her sister and brother-in-law, represented Franklin Federal
Dobtte. Musical entertainmentby lest '
ItRlTHDAY Greetings! and { for their patronage -
Marguerite and Maxie Miller and Garth C. Reeves appeared of its patrons
some of our affair.city's talented when they visited to attend the U'taliM To: Ruby King, Robert C. for Roosevelt Savings. throughout the year 1003
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highlighted Pamela Bethel, better of ,
classic. Mrs. Fletcher Is a Nursoin Thompson and hope for a year
Jacksonville Elaine J. Adderley, W. H. Jamison sirvlvi tt ywu. In 100 t. Wish
THE' HEART ASSOCIATION Mary McKhan, Laverne GET WELL WISHES to ltc,'. Alqrry Christmas and a I
of Greater Miami holds its annual AND MRS. ROLAND Barkley, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Edward T. Graham who Is out Happy N iw Year.
Heart Ball Friday at the children flew Anderson, Nary Sands; Mr. and of the hospital at home. lie Is
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their classic
features Sammy Davis Jr. A In from Nassau for C. Miller ,
The Dona- Smith, Cynthia Blandfowl, Herm.mmmlH'mimmmm1.- of his friends.maftlmmmmmnmm
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This time of the year the spirit, the Activities Committee S.

Friendship Garden and Civil presented an operetta entitled, rI
Club is in a whirl of activities. "The Magic Christmas Bell" on
Wednesday, Dec. 18, 19G3. The I
Among the major projectshas story told of Santa deciding to ," +4 r ',, tt 1 I
been a trip to one of the rest before he made his trip to t.Ii 1
wholesale florists to learn about deliver gifts all over the world.
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arid study shrubbery and flowers While resetlng, he fell asleep
Orchids were given to all The Magic Christmas Bell was ;
members who made the tour called upon to find a solutionfor I
by the management. this problem. All partici-
pants were dressed in beautiful I II II
,The International Tea, brain costumes representing the following 0n I
child of Mesdames lona Dukes, countries-Sweden, Japan, y
Miriam Stirrup and Estelle Wil- China, Spain and the United I
liams still has the town )Muzz- States. The leading part (Santa
ing. :Mrs. Williams loaned her Claus) was played by Michael I
souvenirs and momentos collected Myles, a fifth grader with a ,
from her trek around the neautiful tenor voice. Marcia I I II
globe to serve as for the
props McDonald and Ellis Wells were '1
various countries represented. his assistants. Everyone expressed -
The guests were most liberal enjoyment over a mag- .
with their time and finances. nificent presentation. Mrs. Bernice i ''I
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appreciative audience.On Activities Committee.We 9 'c I
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Saturday, Dec. 21, at 4:00: were very eated over the >E' a p r f'i M
p.m. Mrs. Lillian Balllou will Safety Patrol boys and girls I
serve as hostess. Arrangements who in the
participated Orange
will be completed for the annual Blossom Classic Parade. Mr. .'\...... _..Jt.'i. ___ J.fIJ,W-M1 iIIi.,: 'f' ::6 "
Christmas; party. Mrs. Andel I Willie Wright is the chairman Roosevelt Savingsand Plaza Hotel July 22-25 10G1 convene In Miami : 1901. ,
MIckens will serve as chairmanfor uf this fine of students. I
group were National President James Seated left to right local I
the Christmas party. Several of our teachers parti- Loan Hosts F King of Newark N. J., con- president E. N. Taylor Clar- ,
Mrs. lona Dukes, president cipation In the Workshop vention chairman Clarence ence Dockens, James F. King, I
"Techniques of Teaching Remedial Frontiers Dockens executive secretary Harold PllRrahm, Thomas
Heading"* at the Merrick I Roosevelt Savings and Loan Harold Pilgrahm of Philadel- Sanders. Standing left to right:
Demonstration School on Monday Association played host last phia. Bragg L Turner, George W. ,
Sunlight Chatter Dec. 16, 10G3. This work-
Friday evening to Miami's Kilpatrick, Charles Hadley,
shop was indeed a most help- Enjoying the festivities with Calvin M
Frontiers International and Its .C Hughes, Robert Gab-
the national officers the
Everyone seems to have the ful one. was
visiting<; national officers during rllle Elizabeth
Taylor Dorothy
Christmas spirit is anxiously: classic weekend. local auxiliary to the Miami
Get well wishes to Mr. Clifford
awaiting our annual Christmas Here to complete chapter of the Frontiers Int., L. Weaver, Johnson, Willie
also Mrs. Z. D. arrangements i'
Party Friday, Dec. 20. On Black,Dyes who-is now confined to for the National Convention which will serve as host to the Fuller, Oscar W. Weaver, Jr., I"

close Saturday for the 21, holidays our school and will will I Christian hospital to be held at the Roney national auxiliary when they Dan Johnson, William I"'uUer.o I

resume the regular schedule May we express to all of our i :j i

. Monday, Jan.. ,,1964. many friends a Very Merry, r
Merry Christmas and a Happy State Office Says MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. I
Mrs. Dorothy Brown, Instructor New Year. f I ISATURDAY"DECEMBER

and some of the seniors .. -.- _. .- 900 Jobs Open HereNine 21, 1963 PAGE 19Usher's f fICIIIC..IIeac'C..ac..IC..ec.lClClC.tClCtCIC1C1C..lCtCl'C'
have been rendering services at ORDER NOW! I
Youth Hall on behalf of the hundred
For the Holiday. Try ourdouble unemployed
staff and the children. noodoU aK rich nnd creamy coconut pooplo are( to fill jobs J,
each milk. Our own formula. that arc available( through the
To of you, from all of
thank Made on premises. No other office of the Florida State Union Association i I i iI
for interest
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like it. Holiday special $2.23 Employment Service, said I
and patronage shown. We shall per gallon. Advance orders Harry L. Tyson, Miami Metropolitan The Usher's Union Association' would like to wish ':
never forget we are thinking only Manager for the FSES. officers, members and all the friends and the com- I

of it today as we wish each of NAT1JLLITILOUNGE/ .... Tyson said that the FSES munity at large .
you the happiest of holidays. 0222 NW 7th Ave. needs 410 people to fill posi-
tions In offices! throughout the A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS (
County. We need secretaries, AND A PROSPEROUS AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR
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hundred and thirty four HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Christmas and a fill Jobs in the hotel and restau-
rant fields. Waitresses, cooks, FLASH' GROCERY & SUNDRY ''i' I
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happy And an extra wish ofsuccess 5010 N.W. 32nd Avenue NE 4.9127

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Joyous ChristmasTo I Worker For Virrick her. Rolle.daughter The Betty marriage to RichardR. took Wishing you a

All My FriendsAs ParkThe early In December. Richplace CHRISTMAS
ard is the son of Mrs. Irene MERRY
the Christmas season Rev. Theodore Gibson Rolle of Miami.
draws near I wish to take this asked the Miami commission: FULL of good HEALTH, good
method of thanking my many, Monday, to provided trained SK iK iKKKIQKKKKKI4 RKKKKKKl1 CHEER, and good FORTUNE. .
many friends and organizationsfor Social worker at the Elizabeth and friendly COMPANIONSHIP!
the kindness and thought- Virrick Park In Coconut Groveso the Day
fulness shown me during my that it could become a "Ne- May Fenster Department Store
recent and present illness.I gro Commmunity and educa-
especially wish to metion tional center." >be Merry! Fenster Realty
the entire Lilly White Family,
Father Gibson said such
all presidents and members alike a GENIE HOMESBy
center could do much to end
The Household of Ruth,
vandalism and in the
stealing Fenster Realty
Rev. Cousin and all of my
Grove and would also help Miami -
Brethren
Church neighborsand
friends far and my near. For continue its fine race re- 1260 N.W. 62nd Street PL 9.8779
each and every one have been lations.He Miami, Florida
far kinder to me than mere said that the park was
words can describe. I feel maintained t
not being! properly ;
especially indebted to my dear I
and there had been a break-
friend Mrs. Margaret Carey who down in communications with
did not leave my bedside day or City Manager M. L. Reese.
night. KK'IKIC LKKKKKIISKKKKKKKKK LKKKIIICKKKKKKICKIQKKdISKIG;KIC51
Even though I am still shut- Reese apologized for the
in Christmas for me will be a maintenance and said the items i
happy one indeed because you would be taken care of Im-
brought me so much courage mediately. He added ,that he is
and cheer during the weeks of seeking a social worker for the
my illness. Again, a blessed and park.
happy Christmas to each of you, .
and may the light of the Christ He was instructed by the K
Child guide you through this commission to move as quickly I tom..
Christmas season and throughout as possible on Rev. Gibson

your life's journey. request. .
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entire
OUR person Along with the countless wishes for joy and
Rep. Emanuel Celler (D., Chairman of the House JudicIary joins in ex peace you
N.Y.) said Monday, a liberal Committee, which reported will be receiving on Christmas may we add our own?
effort to force the civil rights out the bil. Celler is the tending you the warmest
bill to the House floor for a author of the discharge petitionto of Christmas And we hope that good fortune will follow you all
vote will succeed if the rules pry the bill from the rules
committee does not clear the committee. A majority of the greetings. u through the New Year ahead.LIBERTY ___..- r
measure next month. house 218 of the 435 mem-
bers is needed to thing ,the O'BERRY'S
Celler said he expects to be measure directly I to the !floor. Magic City Driving School CITY DRUGS
able to bring the measure to CeUer said, so far, only about s c
AND STAFF 2001 N.W. 62nd St.
the House floor by Jan. 23 under 150; members have signed. Phone 696-2861
a discharge petition, if the Best Service Possible!
committee doesn't act. Howard W. Smith (D. Va.) -.-
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"I'm quite confident that a announced his committee will 54th STREET DRUG STORE
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civil rights pass
hold hearing on the bill next
houses" with the help of Pre- 1201 N.W. 54th Street Call 7546401OX
sident Johnson, he said in a month. Caller said hearings 'are waras+>aaa a. >4so>"a aaa>hr ra soaf.

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Glcr+ a Poole 21, of 1321 NW St. and Intends to use the loano
70th St., Is the first recipient' fm 'i his: education: at Ten /
of an\ educational loan in the ntssee: A&I University. He was Sweeting''sEstate .
sudent loan program, estaHlsh- forced to drop out for lack of --i .
ed by WCKT (eCho 7)) earlier funds after his sophomore year SchooT of -- ...ot.yk -
this :year.Poole there.
was selected by Dr. J. The check was presented on Christmas morning: service CULTURE- Rr
E. Pearson chancellor of the will be held on the Sweeting'sEstate
Thanksgiving Day at the station : -,
University of Miami, who with by Sid Rain loan officer 2118 NW 4th St., Fort
director of Sunbeam T( levi I of the Miami National Bank, Lauderdale, Christmas morning J
1113 NW 3rd Ave. 374-9998
lon Corp., owner of the & the institution which made the under the direction of Mrs. JJ
8t&'I'I Rhoda Speed. Christmas message -
tion, administered the ) loan: possible WCKT president
He is the son of :\11'. and Mrs 8. U. Ansin, was also at the : by the Rev Ivory Mizell;
Johnnie Poole of 1324 N\V 70th i station. prayer by Rev Henry Wright J
and scripture by Rev Frank - I
McCa& skill. .

Pallbearers In procession marching to the Dr. Sweeting: will be wear- PROTECT YOUR rOANITUftC ,
lively music of two bands. Ing the 100 carat aqua marine tw t WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTY
Nassau Smartly attired in their uni- birthstone and) a purple cross I I I
forms of royal blue and gold: with blue emerald stones. The CUSTOM MADE ,
Ily JU.JOXHYAIOXUOg: Pall Bearers were contrastedby crass wns blessed by the I lute! d PLASTIC FURNITURE
On Sunday Nov. 2.1. the O. T. the uniforms of the repre- Pope John XXIII. Dr. Sweetingwill ,
Stone Lodge No. 101 of the sentatives from every other 1 confer blessing upon all. SLIP COVERS'
Grand United Order of PallBearers
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I fraternal organization Breakfast will lk served.
Inc., celebrated the city that were Invited by this At 0 o'clock a motorcade will ..CRYSTAL CUARMIAVY
30th anniversary of the order. 9AUOI
noble order ]leave the Sweeting's Estate LONG LASTING
The celebration Lfegan at\ 3:30: This new unit of Pall Bearers : with Santa Claus dlstribulng pill. RESISTANT, I
p.m. The half-mile long parade is making: rapid strides under candy ami: gifts to all the OUARANTIIDHAMS.FULLY
wended its way through the the leadership ofV.. D. chldr n' D21 tiM I
city from the Aurora Hall toBethel Heckles and his staff of effl-. R+ oO '
Baptist Church where dent officers. Just six w eks woiuumIHIP ANt Mii I''' I
the program was held. old, it has a membership of 700. DR. M. RADIN MTIRIALIALOMimiM
The church with its 500 seat Delegates from the United General Practice ZIP,", 1at1 uuMAms j,
ing capacity was filled to over- Ftatc-i\ included Mr. and Mrs. J. c> % ., 1 I
USD NW 3rd Ave ANTISPECIALtIfNa
flowing. The sermon for the All CALL
II. Thomas Mrs. M. W. Brown .
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day was delivered by the dy- frank) I. Sampson:; and Mrs.Blonova Phone 374.1419 SUP COVERS N1Nfr I r.
namic Rev II. W. Brown. The Monroe. Open| daily 0.30: 1 p.m. EXCLUSIVELY 1
well-prepared Pall Bearers' Because of the assassinationof \ .s-8p.m.
choir rendered several J beautiful President Kennedy, all ao. fHONIwi j
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numbers, *among wU'ch vial hctlvltles were suspended. tal ID 11.in. 12 noon House ot Gretchcn T.BOSI t.

was their Thanksgiving special, Nevertheless.:; the delegateswere ;
"Praise Ye Thti Lord,* Bethel's: royally entertained with -.- 4- ------- . I

climax choir followed of Mozart'with a 'Gloria fitting guided of the tours city of two places of these of Interest being - H .. - H -- - ._ ___. 4. .
From Tha Twelcfth Mass." Fort Charlotte and t h Q
"Th sung by the audience In ...-....-.....--.....| ....*.i---..-_.. For The Finest Apartments at I /
tribute to thij late President
John F. Kennedy of the United t STOP! LOOK! READ
States who was: assassinatedJust
two days previously. t Jabberworlc is in tha air
At tha end of he program the y I 1
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the march back: to the hall. for coming attraationslVe ;
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PAGE 14 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1963 Have Candlelight /IN AND AROUND THE BAHAMASA


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NAACP Sets Goal of
Fla.
delegation of six PLP guaranteed wages of $20 a

Northwest*'YWCA Cen- members left Nassau for Lon- week, plus tips.

50,000 New Voters in 64 ter says 'Merry Christmas' to don on Nov. 20, to try to pre-

.. the community with a Christ- vent the adoption by the Bri- The Rev. Charles Coakley.
A massive voter registration ----" -- mas Candlelighting Service on tish Parliment "of the new assistant at St. Francis

campaign designed to qualifya Fine Arts PTA Sunday, Dec. 22 from 4-6 p.m.A constitution of the Bahama.n Xavler's Cathedral, Nassau,
minmum of 50,000 additional highlight of the program will its present form." The group took his master of arts degreeat
Negro voters during 19G4 will Chicken Concertina' be an ensemble from the Booker has some objections to the St. Louis University last
be launched next month by the T. Washington High School draft consitution which is to summer. He was among 225
Florida State Conference of Distinguished and promising mixed chorus. Mrs. Lelia Williams become effective next month.In students receiving graduate degrees
Branches of the National As- artists will appear Saturday, director of the group, -
sociation for the Advancement Dec. 21st at the Fine Arts Con- says that some of the numbersthe the Party are L. O. Pind-

oi Colored People. The As- ervatory's.; annual "Chicken ensemble will sing are: "0 ling, Paul Adderley, Orville Reginald Davis was fined
nouncement was made this Concertina" from 1 to (G p.m., Holy Night" by Adam; Schu- Turnquest, Arthur D. Hanna, shilling in the Magistrate'sCourt ono
week by Robert W Saunders, at Olo NW Goth Street. bert's "Ave Maria" and the lilo B. Butler. and Clarence A. recently for selling
NAACP Florida field secretary. Hallelujah Chorus, taken from Bain. They returned in five It is unlawful gas
2 Sunday. to
Utilizing the ''crash pro- Featured artists are Bernice the Messiah. The puUlic is days, finding that (Iseveral of sell a.m. on Sunday In the Ba
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gram" endorsed by last summer's Scnwarts, cellist; Robert 'ino- cordially invited to attend this their points had been ironedout hamas.! gas Davis told the court his
and his Jazz Trio and the
national convention, Mr. aias program at the YWCA Center, by the Colonial Office. watch had stopped and he
'AU( "Blue luboon" Dance ensemble -
Saunders said the goal is to
5100 NW 21st Ave. thought it was still Saturday.
. Among the students
bring the total number of reg- Miss Lolamae Louella Rigby,
Fla. appearing in this program are:
istered Negro voters in to
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. VIed
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Contributions
300,000 by the end of the year. vvt-ndeil Graham, i'atrica JMcuall t:C'C'CI.cICIC:: t'CttC' r.ct.CttttCQ: c Higby of Clarence Town are being madeto

Presently there are 213,128 Robin/ Feldman Jody Pred, Long Island, was married to, the Kennedy Tree Memorial
Negroes registered to vote. Juanita and Janet Deshaziei "t'nd for to be
a
Victor Kolle, son of Mr.c. Vcr- plaque
'I'ne state conference's political Ruth Clark, Lucia Davis, Leonna Wo Wish nice Rolle of West End, Grand :at the site o* tno; tree panted
action committee is in Brenner Charles and Tim
'1Y President Kennedy last Dec.,
charge of the W. C. I Jreentield, Edawrd Gooding You rneney was performed by Can-
program. flAt it the corner of West Bay St.,
on CollingwocJ Cooper at St.George's .
Patton, NAACP roving voter Bonnie Kassal, Manny Brard
; Church; in Pr.lirdale and the road to Nassau international -*
registration specialist, will and Willie Williams. Airport.
come to Florida to aid in the
drive's kick off, Mr. Saunders This day of fun, feast and A r ijc.! : : tJ.(. cluck taxi ::cr'lce Tie fund Is bean; sponsored
added. music sponsored by the PTA ? ( \ is to bo e-U.'jhshed at jointly by the Nassau Dally
Campaign workers, Mr. Jf the Conservatory will include : I l-'recport: Gr.: id i Bahamn: by Tribuno:: and The Nassau
Saunders said, are determincu home-made Chicken Dinners ... )ec. 15 ; "./ j l e Tre.po.-t Taxi Guardian "No donation of moss

to redouble the efforts whichin Sweet Potato Pies. Rum I I' !Company t'i ; company} will than one pound ($2.80)) will ba
1963 produced an increaseof sound Cakes, Games and Doer !mploy 75[ J b I avers, Tour starters accosted from any individual;
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11 1 percent among Negro Prizes. S1"ASC ;'nd' foUl dispatchers. Drivers But groups and organization

registrants.Tne Proceeds for this afternoon will wear uniform and will be i! may give as much as they wish.

statewide, nonpartisandrive ._ . _.
will toward the
Scholarshipand -- - .
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Building Funds The
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e will also concern itself with
preventing the purging ot jlic is invited. Your silent saleman-A classified ad!

those persons who are registered 'rC'c S' rC eCrGx 4&K rC' 'Cui'2' C'GeCKrtrQhG I'lrK 4KK 4KeC CNtKKKbd tm
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in Have Safe And of Til rood gifts,
but who have not voted a love and laughter-all the
the past two years. things It takes to male 1 ) ii
ChristmasKeep
Along with the branches, Merry Christmas the day of family
youth councils and college your tree outdoors until rejoicing we all 'love to
chapters will be callod upon to Just before Christmas. make It. &tStT.
assist in the campaign. The r .
When you bring it in, set it
youths, Mr. Saunders said, will up In a cool part of the house, HARLEMDRUG, INC.
be sent into communities
away from radiators, heaters
where they can help to carryon and: fireplaces. Stand it in waterto 1400 N.W. 3rd Ave. \
the door-to-door job of making retard drying.
contacts. RK(K rC i CrGKrRrL rIrC ttC K t( rKA I

Plans call for pacing 'TI forceof Use fireproof decorations of
not less than 1,000 workers glass, or never cotton or r.c:'< into the various communities paper metnlI It Is flameproof.
throughout tha state to carryout Don't set up electric trains
the drive, Mr. Saunders under ov near: the tree.

concluded.ca cu'cc( ax c (c uc a (cat ar Use electric lights never ,A ,
candles. Inspect every light e
socket and wire to make sure !T/r
the set is in good condition. Discard I

lighting sets with frayed t; J : \ :
\ wiring. When buying new sets, 1
q r ook for the UL laltel of Under
writers' Laboratories, Inc.
SVAC We want to extend our sfncerest thanks 1o patronsand
Provide a switch at some dis-
unce from the tree for turning their families for their many favors and Icfhd
lights on and off.Don't .
"PEACE on ristmasAnd a nesses during the past. A very Merry Chcfstmas to
leave tree lights h urn-
Earth, GOOD Ing whan away from home. you!

WILL to Men . ,tWE Inspect the tree from timeto happy RICHMOND HEIGHTS DRUGS

extend the hearti time to see whether needles
Christmas wishesto near the lights have started to holiday wishesIp In the EdwarcRs: Professional Center

and all of our turn brown. If so, change the .
friends one and cUltomers.BEAUTYRAMA position of the lights. all of you 'I 14638 Lincoln Boulevard CE 5.3551

When needles start falling who have*'een OLIVIA HOWARDS, REG. PHARMACISTHKK : ;
take the tree down and discard
6221 N.W. 15th Ave.
itoutdoors.Gift our customers r a rtrxtktm3ammmsommmx( amamx (mmmtu maxxauammmxamrmarmms( ( ,
Mrs. K. It. Summersett, Prop. wrappings, of course, -- .
should be discarded promtly "1Iw\; _\
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and safely after the presents
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arc opened.If 6937 N.W. 15th Ave. A True Lender(
you choose a metal tree Suits made to measure
*M Vent's of I' xprrG'ncr
instead off-the-tree of a lighting natural one with, use Dry "lenmiiiff Alterations: UKliop\ llunler I U well known a,*,

colored floor lights to give a Laundry Servicenmmmssm PROF. HUNTERIf
safer and more beautiful illumi mmrr(>ommxwr.xtimxKKrRK'CKK
- you are "sick, worried or In,
nation. t 4k1 Y'Crlx ':t 4 'C tC I troubled MM" I It the .place to come ,
I Make sure your decorative Don't sttty In the ,'uC. *h hack.
II I lighting does not overoad (the veil of had lock Mat HeeniMto k
electrical circuits. Wiring and,
hold ) ou In )our track, nnd :1
electrical equipment used out of adv nrt. for'vard h.v the help "f k
doors should be designed for Got! under the leadership of .
that purpose. 1'rol. Huntervho tins! XI: jenroof o;
N6STo experieiK-e( In foIph'Ullaland
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all our many Mends h'pas your enemies and gut .the thlnn' that life demand
|I'i.i' y 011. Come one, ('om.uil.. Healing luectli" Wednes-
every
we wish a very merry "I ',. l1't "iilnlPi"I" Tpuhl'' "f y<0". I n- WIT 8AV. 17th S....
christmas and the happi- May the holidays Vest \ Fin. 7:30 v.....

at of New Years. Were I' r. be Iliad

grateful for the friendship with Joy andhappiness for

that exists between our
you and your
customers and ounelves. family.EBONY May happiness bt with


MOM'S you ond your at this

FAMOUS CAFE L 0 ChrUtmattSm . and
18th Ave.
6690 N.W. ::

Alice fhigia Mae Mae Wcatherspoon Green '! '. throughout the coming

Elizabeth Heath. .."" New Year!
Louise Jones '
Dlleathn JohnsonJoe BAR TINY'S LIQUORS 5417 S.W. 17th ,Street Hollywood, Florida

Lee Burkes PACKAGE STORE I mile east State Road 144 :S miles west of Hallandale on
Mr.\ Willie Jackson, Mjrr.\ N.W. 15th Ave. Mike A. Manafer North hide of the road. Office hours 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday
Mrs. Mary Lee Jackson, Prop. 6928 I to 3: p.m. .f'fln..d hv State and fonntr. Readings dally.THI .
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ALPHA SPEAKER Civil Service Exams THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA.
I SATURDAY DECEMBER 21 1963 PAGE 11
Sacrifice ... _
For :
Don't Kids Open Treasury "'

AgentsThe Two Youths Drown .

.., Board of U, S. Civil Service -
To Inferior Teaching Examiners for the Internal -
I Revenue Service announces Leonard ?McCray won a still slung to the pants they
..., an examination for treasury weired tug-of-war for his pants I said
Negro youth must not be h_ _._ .__,,- cn'orcement agent GS 5-7 pay- : in a South Dade cockpit Saturday At about the same time -
Stdificcd:' :: upon the altar of \\r,r base: salaries effective Jan. I and lost his life 1230 p.m. Thomas, 20, of 1370 t ts'
U::cMer mEdiocrIty, if the stat- COMING! 10.1 of $.IGDO and $5,795 yearly Otis D. Thomas Jumped Into \V GJ ,:t St, and a companion,
u:: of the iNLiro In America is I North Dade creek to recovera .loch Leon fished from the ''I
to be advanced, was the con- Fashionetta-64 fishing pole. He, too, vanishedin Uanks of Snake' Creek, NW 27th ,
estab-
Registers of
eligible
tendon of the principal speakerat i deep water. Ave, and 2Wh( bt Their poles 1
examination
the Alpha Phi Alpha Found With Margurite Belafonte lished under this Both boys drowned in separate were stuck In the ground.
fill criminal Investigator
will be used to -
er's Day celebration held at Sunday, January 12, 1964 I positions in t h eTreasury but equally freakish Mitchell later told police that "
Florida Memorial College here 4:00: *'.E I The tragedies Metro Police said Thomns' pole fell Into the creek.
P.M.t Department. position -
last neck Dade Countyuditorium will be vacant in the Alcohol MtCray, 15, of 11300 SW 21Gth Mltchel Jumped in, got the pole
St., couldn't swim. He was wad> and towed it back to shore.
and Tobacco Tax DivIs-
"Laws can guarantee us op- Alpha Kappa Alpha ion, Intelligence Division, and ing with his friend, Alfred When Mitchell was about 10 I
portunitybut" cannot guaranteeus SororityDude's Regional Inspector's Office of Rolle, 13, in the shallow waterof fist from the bank, Thomas
equality, the speaker, ,.. the Internal Revenue Service a rockplt} at 11750 SW 228th St., leaped} into the water too, say-
Principal James Green, of James and the U S. Secret Service, said police. IJIK "Here, let me get the pole."
Weldon Johnson High School, House Bureau of Customs, and Bureau Suddently, McCray steppedover Mitchell, 30, of 2021 NW G3rd
Jacksonville pointed out. Guest of Narcotics in the states of a deep drop-off. Floundering St., told } klnhe swam backto
"If we want real equality," Alallima, Florida, Georgia, frantically, he managed shore. back, he saw
Green went on to "we The house of unusual rooms Mississippi, North Carolina, to take off his pants and the pole bloating on the surface i
must raise our sights raIse our Qpen 24 hours NE 4.3851 South Carolina and Tennessee. throw one end to. Rolle, of 11422 but Thomas had disappeared.
standards, raise our level raise Interested persons may obtain SW 222nd St. ..-.-.-.--..-..-..-.-.- .
our minds. and. raise ,our cul :Seeing; is BelievingJ5eeu further Information and f
While struggling to tow Mc-
ture. application cards from Post STOP! LOOK! READ!
Inadequately, trained teachers I .*for clean rooms Office designated as Civil Service Cray to shore, Rolle found that
constitute a major brake Examining points or from his stronger friend was pulling Jabberwork is in the air
Jamaica DugieJwaya, a him into
the water and
deep ,
upon, Negro, he asserted the executive secretary, Boardof
progress again! Watch this
friend he let go of the pants reported space
and ought to be improved U. S. Civil Service Examinersfor
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the Internal Revenue Ser- policeI for coming attractions!
or eliminated at all costs. : Miami
Green ic of the 2G<11 N5JA& 47th St., vice, Main Post Office Building, Half-hour later Metro divers
president
Alphas' Epsilon chapter in ;too ND gist ave., Miami I recovered McCray's body. lie -----.-.-.-.---..-..
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Jacksonville. His host in''the I -. -- -
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Phi which Alfonro --
chapter, of )
Redmond ic president, and theJlev. f fo .
OttJ L. West, sponsor.In : .

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Rnv. Wilkins Says Fuller Slanders Negro:

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educated their children, men and women and students
Supreme constitute warning to all is a racial barrier in American farms, their
Attacks upon the U.S. a 't their way up from who sent spirits and
succeed
pushed
: Court because of Its liberal Americans concerned with safe- which keeps him from to something . their bodies against the exclu-
ruling In constitutional guarding the Bill of Rights," he ing." i I nothing ion of Route 40 here in Mary..

uses "suggest as strongly as continued. In these remarks, the "No t/arriers? Who dare say land.
could any other Illustration, NAACP leader asserted, "Mr. there were no racial barriersto
the continuing menace to the made Turning by S.B.to remarks Fuller, recently at the Fuller slanders the great bodyof progress;? Ask the men who "The Negro !In, ,America
.American charter of freedom 68th annaul Congress of Ame- Negro citizens in this nation. were lynched for want of a knows theN are .racial ,barriers.
:the Constitution," Roy Wilkins, rican Industry in New York, They have shown courage and trial in a court. Ask the men He has cut his hands, scarred
NAACP executive secretary, and determination who went to gangs for want of
the persistence
Mr. Wilkins quoted Chicago
told "students of Morgan State manufacturer as having said against the kind of odds no due process of l<:\\w. Ask the his body, lost his loved ones
College here on a program in that the Negro has been held gamb.er would accept. They :nen and women 'Who paid interest on those barriers. The', kindest
observance' of Bill of Rights back not by segeration and discriminations nave fought and overcome ten times over for money things to say about Mr. Fuller
Day. but by his "lack of Handicaps that no man shoulobe o live and rear their families. Is that he simply does not

"The events of the Sixties, Inltatlve courage, Integrity, called upon to face. They uk the young couple trying to know what he, Is* talking
in the civil rights field, and loyalty and wisdom unfortunately have struggled up by them juy a home, trying to get ".
particularly those of 1963, must :the Negro belives there jootstraps} bought homes and nortgage money. Ask the about.
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Say Thanks I /W 1b"lIi M'a* I

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Ask For Bigger Miami Sales Club wish to thank '" .

you all for the generous dona- I cwmsismtl d
tions of clothing for the Haitian I

Relief Drive this is really I TO ALL ......... ,..;...,..,
in Gov'tWASHINGTON
Role Yuletide spirit thinking of I

others. We thank you again.CHRISTMAS. l...* Y94eettWi' ..t
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1t'C'Cec'CC'C' !CtCCCttClClCIC! !< D.C. Miss especially In areas where the
Dorothy I. Height, National I Negro population Is small. Already \ III
president, Council of Negro some women's groups
Women, Inc., and Dr. RosaL. have begun work toward get- ; r rfI I
Gragg, President, National ing support for these critical
Association of Colored Women's areas.
Clubs, Inc., at the invitation of Following the conferencewith j LOWERY'S SERVICE STATION
President Lyndon B. Johnson, the President, Miss '
met with the Chief Executive Height and Dr. Gragg set in 516 N.W. 20th Street Phone FR 9.0177

at the White House, Friday, motion a plan for Joint effortsof 1 1I CLIFFORD E. LOWERY, OWNER
Dec. 13.During. local units and affiliate I,j
organizations to engage in a v !{ ROOSEVELT HOLLINGtill LAWRKN'CIfi SMITH
the meeting, Presi- more intensive drive to sup-
dent Johnson spoke highly of pert Civil Rights legislation. ':x i:c e: a cu cx x e 'C cx cx! e e'tc s c axcat x cxuncacxatatac, cscxxx

the way women work to achieve' .---......-......-..............-..-........-, ..-- .-.--..----_.._--
goals to which they are
dedicated, the leaders said He Fashion Sip lylfr1
showed the same vital Interest TV & RADIO REPAIRS
The Future Designers of Miami .
in Civil Rights and other Issuesas .
he had set forth In his mes- Invite you to Join them at SALES AND EXCHANGES PL 1.8381
their Sixth Annual Fashion ; '
sage to Congress.The f11.t
Sip Sunday, Decemt/er 22, 4:00-: AMOUR WORIv GUARANTEED
President seemed keenly 6:00: p.m., at the James E. Scott
Christmas and New Year to all
aware of the problems affect- Auditorium, 7226 NW 22nd Ave. Merry a Happy
ing social and economic wel- Customers and Friends
ecrrot c c can cata7enc at canc Christmas r
acrcKatt again, a.
fare of the Negro family, said Once
the leaders He emphasized the comes, we remember< the JOE SCOTT t

importance working on of such women's problems groups as tory of the Star of the East .\uU'ld1.t FnctAry TV Repair and Sales Co.

Importance of women's groupS that I led< the Three Wise Mento f
assistance in all parts of the the Christ 923 NW 62nd Street, Miami PL 1-8381
the Manger .of . .. .. .
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Following the meeting Both of Bethlehem guide you to a
women leaders issued a state-
ment saying, "The passage of world of happiness.
the Civil Rights legislation must
be the first order of business.A HEASTIETRANSFE'R E: ;t
great deal has been done already
by women, but much
more has to be done now. Discrimination -
against women and Phone NE 4.5910
against the Negro results In
limited opportunities for the 3000 N.W. 49th St. :
trained and untrained alike.
from m lo -,IMIeftd
There is a large reservoir of ro- you. cats tCl'C I('Cti:at t r!tGt IC'C'C'C ICI.4!tssKeta : !
you.M.y$tMt holiday S
untapped talent among our wo-
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men, with due appreciation for season b>>f I truly. wonderful.
what progress has been made o
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an Increased role of the Negro
women on the policy making MR. ,AND MRS. ALBERT !
level of our government.The AND DOROTHY SMITH he Merry

leaders continued, "Manyof AND FAMILY
the services embodied in recommendations I
from the con- Miifi.>oIs>ta>Mf* *ki f a>tAIAI ItA
sultations of Negro women, as mss,
recently released by the Presi-
dent's Commission on the Stat- SINCE 1Q4aFor .
us of Women, have to be imple-
mented. Through the years Ne- : Quality Building
gro women ,have had to fill the
gaps in community services PL 1-36O4 .
where such -services have been !
lacking or denied Negro citi- pPi .'
zens. While the need for volun- ;

'. teer services, continue, women '( Cx ta6AM
recognize the Importance of
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greater support at community -
Sta,
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: ':' be counted, upon to carry' for' ,
. ,'. .' ward such services as Day

Care, Adult Education Centers, LOT OWNERS!
.. and special aids for the prevention -
: of Juvenile delinquency. We plan, guide and advise
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The leaders added, "Women'sgroups Your plans or oars

have found that it Is Custom Built Home. F entire; person-
possible to extend services once OUR. joins, in ex- May Health, Happiness and Prosperity
they are started. However, In Attractive Additions .
the economically deprived areas, . .tending you the warm be yours throughout the rw
the resources for initiating ser- S Quality Alterations i est of Christmas coming year

vices, are greatly needed. Good bank financing ." greetings. N. COLSTON M.D.

The women also expressedthe :,

Rights opinion legislation that needs the to Civil be . 9AJ6tF7 f I I DOWNTOWN I < EVA M. ADDERLY; R.N. N NU

strengthened so,that the power /" yx
... of the Attorney General can crlroV .,,, @ffi .9.?" 'I I SHOP 1 exxeY+c rierxxcx t :+e x c errxm iY exa e erx'c'e'''

.r. be extended for a, wider pro- I '." : i .
Licensed Insured 'C ': 't : ,
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tection of individuals. : 'Ii: .C IC'C'C'C'C: "C'C'.ctC'C'<
need. The for leaders more. allies also In'stressed all-seg-a w 888 .N.E., 79th Street ,,,1 i I Phone' FR 9.8261k Everyone says, "Put it in The 'TIMES!"
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Socially Culturally Phil Ossofer Says: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1963 PAGE 15 "


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.. Jesus healed lepers, Does the Lincoln Fields Apartments ....
Bible that wonders
1 Connecticut official declared mean His
.. here Saturday that the fed. were performed only to make "'
. Aral act providing aid to phy- A&M Protest physically ill people to be wellin 2045 N.W. 62nd Street

gjdally J and mentally handicapped body No doubt many of 0 ,'
persons should be Leaders Still OutThe His cures were physical, for ,
i amended to include the ".soc1ally. He was able to heal the pick in Enjoy Living in. Our Cool, Clean Apartments j ."',;
and culturally" Florida Board of Con- body at His will. However, I \'
Dr. James S. Peters handicapped II, state rol this week overrode the believe that if we emphasize Offering Many Featuresf I
1 1 director of vocational rehablll arguments of a Miami attorney physical healing rather than FREE GAS I
; tation for Connecticut said and upheld the suspensionf spiritual healing, we will miss
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Congress should amend the' two Florida A&M\ students the point of Christ's appear- Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Stove
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who held ., l
were in contempt o ance on earth
tation Act of 1954.
Newly painted Venetian Blinds
ourt for
participating in a
National Vocational RehabUlt civil rights demonstration outside Physical leprosy lasts no Washing Machines
The Hartford Negro said this a Tallahassee theater longer than the flesh, which as Laundry, Room. I

"would do much to bridge the The board backed the penalty Jesus Himself said . "Pro- Free Parking Auto hot water heat r
economic gap between Negroerand given Oct. 21 A and M flteth nothing." The leprous
by on
.. Free "
other minorities Garbage Disposal Filtered
deprived
water
bodies
faculty committee to Mrs. Patricia lie cured were destinedfor ;
and white maporlty. It would Stephens Due, 23, of Miami the grave, but the leprous .c.
help the individual get t h e and Reubin Kcnon, 25, of souls Ho healed were preparedto CARETAKERS PREMISESWeekly
t type of education and vocational Lake City. ascend to heaven for eternity. I
training- public expense George Albion American 0
that will Matter prepare him Civil Liberties Union attorney, Let us compare physical and
for the world of work . represented the students on spiritual healing.; Let us seethe Rates j
Dr. Peters addressed the final Friday. He contended that the results!' of such healing. In j
session of the University the 17th Chapter of Luke, Jesus
faculty committee was improprly $14.50 1 bedroom
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Trainer State Vocational constituted and acted healed 10 lepers. Only one was Apt>>
Rehabilitation Director Work- vithout full knowledge of the healed spiritually glorifying Renting Office
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God open every day ihon UX 1 $8t
hop on Rehabilitation Train- and giving thanks. Whatof
' lag meeting at Miami Beach law The with disciplinary which it action dealt. was the other nine? Having been .... .......................... .... ........ .... ..... (

this week. The three-day con- supported unanimously by the healed )physically, perhaps their ...... X .
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ference was sponsored by the board members. few remaining years on earth 1 L1 ""
Department of Health Educa- were lived in good health. But New Homes Finest
'Ion and Welfare vocational rehabilitation what of eternity? If they remained For Less

administration. ; Mrs. Taylor NamedTo unchanged spiritually, 3 J/ni'Ko Hcdrooni, 2 Until, Garage, Ele') rf Kitchen
Representatives from all over they were destined: to be lepers
the country attended. Housing through eternity, or until such 1452 N."'. 58th Trrraco Open a (o :5 )),111.

Committee time as God's mercy would descend 1DI4 N.w. 49th Street 1'Jorldn, room

Gets 20 Years for Mrs. Ora D. Taylor local upon them 2181 NW 431'c1 Street S-bixlroont, 2 iNith.sllrautlfully (
hurch civic and real estate The mission of Christ was to
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Murdering Wife and Furnished I and
drcniatrd'
Tlroker was recently added to bring men back to God who is
Dumping Body in the housing committee of Me- a spirit and must be worshippedin Buy like remit, 4* room house, H2I. NW 58h' ( Trl....
spirit and truth. This Jesus
t r o Community Relations
Cash paid for Lots
Canal Board, an Integrated: Board came to make men conscious! of and Homes

George W. Mims, 39 explain. organized by Metro last June that spiritual image within Need Money? See BARON JE 8.1340
themselves that is of God
ed to Metro officers that he The Board deals with inter- preparing ......
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: them for those many L "- ...
was not breaking the law when group problems of our county, "-
mansions in His Father'shouse.
they asked him why he was in in 1 well as unforseen problems
the weeds early on the morn- that will arise. It selected Mrs. l'atnlnss Office Trent

Ing of June 25. The officers Taylor the widow of the late -z---: : :.,;.. --- -...-.:;. LOVCOHT :"piiES I
gave him a ticket, for Illegal Rev. \V E Taylor whc was an RUPTURE 1 ,
parking and that was all. active! pastor of the Eleveth STOP! iOK1! READ!
Tuesday it worked out in Krlscnpal; ; District of th> AME Ilectnl IIseaNes, Vnrlrone VeliM, Pro.
fade Criminal Court that Mime Church Jahbf'rt"'ur'c' is in the air N.n.r-N ,lout time-DNrnrd Truss" ''

had helped George Dixon 42, James J,. Duncan: Suffragan: again! Watch this space ITpon' Correction of Rupture. Reducing 'I
dispose!: of the body of Dixon'f Bhhop.! Episcopal Diocese of I)n. LONfTfl CM NIC niood-ITrlne Tent''
cnmnion-law wife,' Cleo Jones South Florida said of Mr:*. Taylor : for coming attractions!
IMS 8.W. ht Sf.-II'Jt 3-2718 A general health service
"It I is on behalf
37. And that was why he waf my pleisur4! \ -
of the Board, to Invites- -::_ ::._ = ::. .:::
in the weeds.According you ...
to testimony, Dixon to ?'erve" on the Housing, Committee .
killed the woman in an argument I not rely :a* a community J r fIAT .
Jenniebut! because of
at their apartment at
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your special! :aptltutdea and In- r w
837 SW Fifth St.
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Dixon got Mims to help him I f terests. I YOUR t. (
Since Housing is a crucial a COMPlETEiyINTEGRATED ;
and they carred the body to a
rockplt. off Krome Ave. neat area In Intergroup; relation' ROOSEVELT I I I SAVINGS I r'II'. J
Ouall Roost Drive and droppedt and will become more ns time : "
noes< on. we shall: need! all of INSTITUTION \
in the water. .
weighted JOHN 1 OAR J.
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SAYINGS A ASSOCIATION /IMtA A. WARD
Mims was convicted for be- our skill and" ability to meet CHAIIIMAN "IIIDINT
Inc:? an accessory and, will foe the challenge.

sentenced on Monday. lie facet1 '
a maximum of seven year <:
Dixon is doing 20 years. Kappa NotesWe

.. .. . . . . ........ . . . . .. wish to thank the many: ftfJfiG"PtUS"Mat
friends of Kappa for making
. .Painting Contractor the "Night of Entertainment"
held at Brother J.. Walkers
WARNER HINES hnwj a urres. Sillhouotte S ,
Walker made feel at
everyone
home and the evening was en- makes Me difference! I
Joyo-i. yotho"( Daniels will

r bq Ing: the of the host! chapter for the All next brothersare meet. OF COURSE YOU GET 00 Current 4'/% Dividend :.

'' asked} to meet at :,11RO NW Low Cost Home Loans '
49 St. 8 )p.m. Saturday, Dec. 21.
.
: Donald Hollis, keeper of ra
. w recordsChrhtma3 ACCOUNTS TO $10,000 INSURED IVAN I IUP fU5 Equal Job Opportunities for All- '"''

.. @ AGENCY OP THI' ',
; ; BazaarThe FEDERAL GOVERNMENT Mortgages without DiscriminationT

.. r1. Rt I Je n Homcm-' r1! Club Extra Hours

.Ucrnned' .. 'e'and InnurrdBy and Jamo E cc; (''t fommunlty MON..t.nlJl .NN......N.10' a.M.-...f.....
'' /I Association Inc., will sponsor NOW/ Another FRIDAY' ."........ ,I.T.JI... .10.! .......,..... '
; City"' and ft>antrService"phone ,i a Christina Bazaar: :' Saturday, (I II I SATURDAY N. am..12 noon
; FR .9-8685 December 21, 1903> from 4:00: to BIG "PLUS"....
i' 8:00: p.m., at James E. Scott
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FRKtt:3 ESTIMATED: Homes Auditorium, 7200 N. W.

a I i ......,.........e.. ..:....-.... 22nd Ave. fREE )
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CLINICHOME account,or when OPEN A NEW ACCOUNT E E :: Ihimunt
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SERVICE CALLS $1.00 r f. 1i 200 MerchoGip' Stomps
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We Service All Malces of' M.rchants """ een Stamps $..
o Green Stamps Oty/Slal .........................,..,... .. ..... .00 M.rchontt Or..n Stamps' $400.
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Roy Wilkins Says Fuller Slanders Negro


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theIr children, men: unu women uiiuvho ..students:
Attacks upon the U.S. Supreme constitute a 'warning to all Is i P racial' barrier in American farms, educated their from sent their spirits and
] Court because of Its liberal I Americans concerned with safe- which keeps him from succeed pushed something way up. their bodies against the exclu-
ruling in constitutional guarding the Bill of Rights' he ing." nothing to ion of Route 40 here in Mary.

vases\ "suggest as strongly as continued. In these remarks, the "No harriers: ? Who dare say land
could any, other Illustration, I NAACP leader asserted, "Mr. there were no racial barriers I
:the continuing menace to the made Turning by S.D.to remarks Fuller, recently at the Fuller slanders the great bodyof to progress/ ? Ask the men who "The Negro In. ,America
.American charter of freedom, 68th annaul Congress of Ame- Negro citizens in this nation. were lynched for want of a knows there are .racial barriers
'the ConstitutionRoy Wilkins, rican Industry in New York, They have shown courage and trial in a court. Ask the men I He has cut his hands, scarred
NAACP executive secretary, and determination who went to gangs for want of
'students Mr. Wilkins quoted the Chicago persistence hL body, lost his loved
told of State ones
Morgan Ask the
manufacturer as having said against the kind of odds no due process, .of law.
I College here on a program in that the Negro has been held gambler would accept. They :nen and wttmen Who paid interest on thosebarriers.. The. kindest
observance' of Bill of Rights back not by segeration and dis- I have fought and overcome ten times over for moneyo things to say. about Mr. FullerIs
Day. criminations by his "lack of handicaps that no men shoula live and rear their families. that 'he simply does not

IoT.he'events of the Sixties, inltative,, courage, integrity, i' be called upon to face. They \sk the young couple trying to know what heIs* talking
in' the civil rights field, and loyalty and wisdom unfortunately have struggled up by then juy a home, trying to get about. "
particularly those of 1963, must ,--the Negro belives there ,Bootstraps Uought homes and mortgage money. . Ask the .
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PAGE 10 SAATURDAY, DECEMER 21, 1963 Loyal Buddies #-J'rjJ1);; J'jJ1)aaaJl taxxA a lJia/J;) J1 )1:1)fJ J4)1J'iJ1)il>>a alaJ1.J1J1J1 )aljJ1)jJlJt


Say Thanjks II> ""' !\of'''''. ...

Ask For Tho Loyal Buddies and The '" .... '"" It .....
Bigger Miami Sales Club wish to thank

you all for the generous dona- cfwtM t' .
tions of clothing for the Haitian -

Relief Drive this is really IIIi TO ALL "..:.....
Role in Gov'tWASHINGTON Yuletide spirit thinking of

others. We thank you again. New Y...

D.C. Miss especially in areas where the lie rc'C I('CIC'I tC.ICPCIt: :tCl PCte aKKKKKKK: : 1 1j.

Dorothy I. Height, National I Negro population Is small. Already 94eeteWi'LOWERY'S "\ '
president, Council of Negro some women's groups
Women, Inc., and Dr. RosaL. have begun work toward get-
Gragg, President, National I Ing support for these critical yeti, 'r J
Association of Colored Women's areas.
Clubs, Inc., at the invitation of Following the conferencewith '! SERVICE STATION
President Lyndon B. Johnson, the President, Miss
met with the Chief Executiveat Height and Dr. Gragg set in 516 N.W. 20th Street Phone FR 9-0177 R

the White House, .Friday, motion a plan for Joint effortsof CLIFFORD K. LOWKRV, OWNER
Dec. 13.DurIng. local units and affiliate r
organizations to engage in a UOOSEVKI/T JIOLLINGKH IiAWRMltfCM SMITH i
the Presi- .E b
meeting more intensive drive to support -
dent Johnson spoke highly of Civil Rights legislation. K' K' 'L tKK'K K CKKK PCKK*C Q'i' i L 6K'CKKKKK t CKKKKKKKK(K t

the way women work to achieve"' ._.._.._.."..-.."..-..-..-...-..- .....-...-.-------..---
goals to which they are
dedicated, the leaders said. He Fashion Sip
showed the same vital interestIn j.I TV & RADIO REPAIRSSALES
'
Civil Rights and other issuesas : The Future Designers of Miami '. f.
ha had SQL forth in his message invite you to Join them at :' }' AND EXCHANGES PL 1-8381
to Congress. their Sixth Annual Fashion .s p.dCHRISTMAS/,' L
I Sip Sunday, December 22, 4:00-: ALL nUB WORK GUARANTEED
The President seemed keenly 6:00: p.m., at the James E. Scott I
aware of thQ problems affectIng Auditorium, 7220 NW 22nd Ave. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all I

social and economic wel- Customers and Friends
fare of the Negro family, said KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKFromys Once again, as Christmas I

the leaders He emphasized the comes, we remember the JOE SCOTTAuthorJ'v

Importance working on of such women's problems groups as story of the Star of the East :
importance of women's groupS that led the Three Wise Mento I
assistance In all parts of the S .pt the Christ 923 NW 62nd Street, Miami PL

community. the Manger .----.-.-.-.-----.-.-.-..-- .......-.. .
Child* Meg this same Star

women Following leaders the Issued meeting a statement both-. of Bcthitbe! .Dutdc you to a

saying, "The passage of world of happiness.
the Civil Rights legislation must
be the first order of business.A HEASTIETRANSFER
great deal has been done already
by women, but much
more has to be done now. Discrimination
against women and Phone NE 4.5910
against the Negro results in ,
limited opportunities for the 3000 N.W. 49tK St. u e }
trained and. untrained alike. .
There Is a large reservoir of to yor-and you. (r.cI:( II'C'<<",,'tt't !CtJft ro: '<<1
untapped talent among our women nd you.May thb hoRdtymwn .
with due appreciation for
U a truly.werrftrfiil .w.
what progress has been made '
there is still a greater need for ono I I. a.1
theBay
an increased cola of the Negro May
women on the policy making 'MTV AND.'MRs.: ALBERT
fee !
o level of our government. AND DOROTHY SMITH. Merry

The leaders'continued '
"Manyof
AND FAMILY'
the services embodied in recommendations .

., from the consultations 1rA IaAA r7r7 k7?rAkAAAh O7agfl.rFr .
+ of Negro women, as t ..
recently released by the Presi- At
dent's, Commission on the Status SINCE 1048 .. j.
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of Woman' have to be. imple- ..
mented. Through the years Ne- For' Quality Building
gro women have had to fill the &ioUR
gaps in community services PL 1-3604
where such services have been k
lacking or denied Negro citi- .
'q zens. While the need for volunteer -
.1 ;. services continue women ?tP -
recognize the importance of .......
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'j : greater ,support at the comi''f -
;'I ti,,'. munity level S
i .
.,;'.. "Give assistance women can
: ..,'.: .be, counted upon to carry: forward : .
.4 ,\ such services as Day

Care, Adult Education Centers, LOT OWNERS!
., and special aids for the prevention --
: 'of Juvenile delinquency. We plan, guide and advise sr
."
The leaders added, "Women's Your plans or ours r

groups have found that It is Custom Built Homes s;: entire person
possible to'extend services once joins in ex May Health, Happiness and Prosperity
they are started. However, in Attractive Additions
'.: the economically deprived areas, . tending you the warmest ' be V
yours throughout the
the resources for Initiating services Quality Alterations of Christmas coming year g

are greatly needed." 'Good bank financing greetings. ,M N. COLSTON M.D. f
The women also expressedthe ,

Rights opinion legislation that needs the to Civil be Q9&1Q cg 7 i DOWNTOWN: .1.1T I EVA M. ADDERLY, R.N. I
strengthened that the !'
so powers '
of the Attorney General can (vEptcc397/, EARBER SHOP / 1] 'CK'Cx x C'CK'4 GC'Catr''C'1 C'GK' C'CKK'ltt' C' 'C t CK'tKrC R'tKK"CK CK'C' '
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protection :70i.N.W..2nd.Av' I
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need for leaders more allies also in stressed all,segments a- ," 888 N.E., 79th Street t Phone' FR 9-0261 Everyone says, "Put it in The 'TIMES!"

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Socially And Culturally Phil Ossofer Says: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1963 PAGE 15


By dKOtlGU SAV1TT ,

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Handicapped Need HelD O ------ -- -- -

Jesus healed lepers Does the Lincoln Fields Apartments .',
A Connecticut official declared II Bible mean that His wonders
here Saturday that the were performed only to make
fed
A&M physically ill people to be wellin 2045 N.W. 62nd Street .'(t",
eral act providing aid to phy- Protest } . ,
body No doubt many of "'f
gjeallV! and '
handl-
mentally !Leaders His I ,t, .
t eappetj persons should be Still Out cures were physical, for
amended to include the "social Ho was able to heal the pick In Enjoy Living in. Our Cool, Clean ApartmentOffering t ;. \
and culturally" The Florida Board of Con- body at His will However, I
ly handicappedDr. rol this week overrode the believe that If we emphasize Many Features
James S. Peters II, state I
arguments of Miami physical healing rather than FREE
director of vocational rehabilitation a attorney GAS :
and upheld the spiritual will miss f
for Connecticut saidCongress suspensionf healing we .
should amend ,the ) two Florida A&M students the point of Cnrlst.', appear- Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Stove I
who were held In contempt o, ance on earth/ '
tation Act of 1951. ourt for participating in a Newly painted Venetian Blinds .
National Vocational Rehabill- civil rights demonstration out- Physical leprosy lasts no Machines
Washing
Laundry Room i
The Hartford Negro said thl than the !
Jlde a Tallahassee/ theater longer flesh, which as ,
"would do much to bridge tin The board backed the penalty Jesus Himself said . "Pro- Free Parking Auto hot water heat.

economic gap between Netroer given Oct. 21 by an A and M fiteth nothing." The leprous Free Garbage DisposalCARETAKERS Filtered
and other deprived minoritiesand water
faculty committee to Mrs Patricia bodies lie cured were destinedfor 4
white mapority. It would Stephens Due, 23, of Miami \ the grave, but the leprous ."I
help the individual get t h I e; and Reubln Ic.11 on. 25, of souls lie healed were preparedto ON PREMISES
type of education and vocational Lake City.George ascend to heaven.for eternity.Let .
training- public expense Albion, American -
that will Wetter prepare him Civil Liberties Union us compare physical and '
for the world of work . represented the students attorney on, spiritual healing ,Let us seethe .' Weekly Rates j .
Dr. Peters addressed the final Friday. He contended that the results of such healing. In
t
session of the University the 17th Chapter/ of Luke, Jesus 1 bedroom '
faculty committee was Improp- $14.50 $18.50 2 bedroom .
healed Api I
10
Trainer State Vocational jrly constituted and acted leper Only one was

Rehabilitation Director Work- vithout full knowledge of the healed/ spiritually, glorifyingGod Renting Office open every day' Phone UX 1 88t .

hop meeting on Rehabilitation at Miami TrainIng Beach- law/ The with disciplinary which it action dealt. was of the and other giving nine?thanks.Having What been ... .... ... .... ....,..,.......... ...."" "" "" "" ';."'-"- (.... ""'"" .. .

this week. The three-day con- supported unanimously by the healed physically) perhaps their .... ... ... ... ....... ........ ....... .... .... .... XX.:
ference was sponsored by: the board members. few remaining years on earth L A .
Department of Health Educa- were lived In Rood health. But New Homes Finest For
Less
''ion /and Welfare vocatfbnal rehabilitation what of eternity? If they remained

administration./ Mrs. Taylor Named unchanged spiritually 3 Ixuge Bedroom, 2 Bath, Camp: KlectHc Kltrlion
Representatives from all o\er To Housing they were destined to be lepers '
the country attended through eternity or until such '. 1452 NAV. 58th Terrace Open t 3 (tu "S p.m. e

Committee time as God's mercy would descend ,. l< N."'. 'I91h Sheet Florida room .

Gets 20 Years for Mrs Ora D. Taylor, local upon them. 2181 NW l,1ril Sdvct 2-1H'.h''Oom) 2 ImlhsKrautlfully 1
thurch civic and real estate The mission of Christ was to
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Murdering Wife and Furnished and Broker was recently added to bring men back to God, who Is
Dumping Body in ..he housing committee of Me- a spirit and must be worshipped Buy like runt, 4'room house, 1421. NW 58th TCIT. '
[ and truth. This Jesus
In spirit ,
t r o Community, Relations Cash ''
paid for Lots .and Homes
Canal Hoard Board came to make men conscious of
: an integrated ,
George W. Mims, 39, explain. organized by Metro last June that spiritual Image within Need Money? See BARON JE 8.1340 '
themselves that Is of God
ed to Metro officers that he The Board deals with inter- preparing -
was not breaking the law when tjroup proWems} : of our county, '} them for those many

they asked him why he was in SH\ well as unforsecn problems: mansion In Ills Father'shouse ......._ eLOII' ..
the weeds early on the morning that will arise. It sole':ted Mrs.: I'nlniesn Office Treatment. of '
25. The officers Taylor tho widow of the l late ... 1. '"
of June =- .. --::.. .\ .
gave him a ticket for Illegal Rev. W. B. Taylor who was an RUPTURE cotaT PILES '
parking and' that was all. active! pastor of the Eleveth STOP! LOOK! READ! I
Tuesday it worked out in KuKcopal:, District of thj AMUChurc Rectal IHfwnwoN, Vllrh'OHf"'lnl4, .Pro.Ntntc +
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made CriminalCourt that Mimi )i. JabV\-v-'<: is in the air -No ,I lost 11 HIP-Dhrnwl TIIINM! '

had helped George: Dixon 42, .Twmas, L. Duncan Suffragan: againl! Watch this space Upon Cnrrrrtlon of Ituptnrr. llrduclnffDR. I r
.. dispose of the< body of Dixon' Bishop. Episcopal::; Dioccsa of rONO'8 GLINK" Illood-lXrlne. Tent i
comrrion-law wife,' Cleo Jones, South ,Florida naid ofMr Tay for coming' attractions! j
1515 8.W. Iftt 8t_FH .1-2718 A general .health service "t t
37. And that was why he war I lor. "It imy> plensutv. (;In hoI - - - - ..... "
In the weeds. I half of tho Board to invite you ; ..:.:: : _. i '; JI
According to testimony, Dlx. 'o erve on the Uou im: Committee '" I .-- - --. r

on killed the woman In an, argument not only as! a community .
S at their apartment at leanfe( but b+cnutc of AT r
837 SW Filth St. your special' aptitutdes. and In'erosts. 1
YOUR I" '.. .
Dixon got Mims to help him '
COMPIETEIYINTEGRATED r,t .
Since Housing Is f cruets I D
and they carred the body to a '
rockptt, off Kromo Ave. neaiOuail area in Intcrgroup relation I \ ; R 0 I 0 S E V E1T SAVINGS (r't r! Ni

Roost Drive and dropped nnd will become mono :ns time INSTITUTION .. .. J .
'U weighted, In the water. gees on. we shall need nil of SAYINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION JOHN", II.OAA, jA. IMIA A..1 WARD i i
Mims was convicted for bet our skill and ability to mlet CHAIRMAN /AIIDINi ,

lug: an accessory an<* will be the challenge.. !I I.:. ,,
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sentenced oa Monday. Ha face* \
n maximum of seven year? ..
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DIxon is doing 20 years. Kappa NotesWa
it's the m BIO "PLUS"ACCOUNTS
,. ... . . . . I I I 1 . . 1 I 't! vrlsh: to thank the many I
friends! of Kappa for making:
Painting* Contractor the "Night of BntcrUlnracnf ,

held at Brothtr T... Wnlkcni 1 0H
WARNER HINES hnmc a sucfCP. Silhouette S. .,
Walker made everyone feel at ." :;..
that makes the difference!
.
homo and the evening[ was enjoy :
nrothrDanJels will I.
,Et 1 be the< host for the next mccUIr.g :'. '
4'Dividend : "
r\f the chapter. All hrnthcr.t: OF COURSE YOU GET ooBG Current .

. . are asked to mel :it :.11fiO( N\V Low Cost Home Loans ; '
43 St. 8 P.m. Saturday, Dec 21. .
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.a. ,:... .*.;' recordsChritna3. .,.,.' TO SI0000IV INSURED Iur .A U5 |. "A'Equal Job Opportunities for All '* 'JjAj '

. .... 'ccqn,: AN AGENCY OP THI. . ", '
... ...:.. } "- FEDERALGOYERNMENj Mortgages without DiscriminationJxtra '.+!
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and : .r I Asso taUC\I. Inc.. will sponsor HOWl! 4nqffierPIUS" '. . t. MIDAY' ............ .;rr.ai..lOa.m.4p.m.' .
i >$k.By: City, ..'. andtCountySilu'vice ; I a Christina Haw.ir Saturday. II SATURDAY..............."9am..l2i oen '
phone .FRt 9-86A5. .37ecambjjr.21, 1003 from 4:00: to 1 'J I .... .. ; '.
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. ' Ho'raes Auditorium 7200 N. We'Avc. :
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: every time you add $,SO foyour present .i 0100 OE't wh.n yol.l e".n on ac '.'.'

;.::. J"ETt"YClINIC: : : account t,or when you OPEN A NEW ACCpUNT f t.:.. amo"cOlin',,'wlJh.,.. you.0' odd pr..n'Ihh ....'.

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( 500 Mvrchanfi I Oran SI amp. $250.
t .* * !k ,' k '; i V Q MERCHANTS. Ad1r.. .........;:".,"""...,....":..;:,,L..:.. O. : 600 orchhanl.Oar...n Stamp $300.Stampi .
Service All Makes ofHIFFs ( 700 ,., .,n $350.
We 0 G r 88 n Stamps ,o/Sto'' ..........."...."...........1............. 0 .00 M.rchonl'. Cf .n Stampi $400.
( ('n lhl. '. M 900 Merchant. C".n Stampi $450.
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. TEMPLE BAPTIST

PAGE 14 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1963 1 Rev L A. Thompson, pastor ( ) Rev. II. V. Stuart pastor
and all Hope
Christmas will be the theme Pro Elisha S. Clarke Jr., vicar Greetings to one
all have a Merry, Merry'
you
of all our Sunday services. The
Christmas Eve MidnightMass Christmas and a Prosperous,
Youth Choir will sing during
will be held at the Rain- New Year. ?*, t-
he morning and the No.1 during '"
: .
Elementary Cafe- There will be Love Feasts 1;\L
Park
bow "
the evening Sunday morning, One of o u r r
Mass
Christmas Eve services will torium with Solemn Sung will be in
assistant pastors
be held Tuesday at 10:30: p.m. and Sermon with Procession at charge of the service.
when the choirs will sing jointly 11:00: p.m This will be Joint The Sunday School and
featuring carols. services for the Church of theTransfiguration will
t Junior Church sponsor
The choirs will present a pro- I and St. An- Christmas play Monday,
their
i I 11 I
Christmas music drews Hollywood. This w
of on
gram All
night, Dec. 23 at 8 p.m;
aunday night, Dec. 29. also Be the First MidnightMass members: are asked to come out
Prayers are being offeredfor in the history of the support.
the speedy recovery: of Mrs. Church of the Trnm flgurat1on. and give your

Esther Campbell who under- The Cafetorius Is located on .-...-.-..-..-..-..--........--.-
dent surgery at Mt. Sinai Hosoital the corner of 15Uh St. and 19
last week. She is Sunday Ave. The public is cordially in- NOTICE TO CHURCH

School teacher for the Young vited. REPORTERS!
Adult class and secretary of
No. 2 choir. The new deadline for Rolling
HOLY TEMPLE BAPTIST church news into our office foi-

MT. CALVARY BAPTIST II publication I N MONDAY nt 7
Rev. E. K King, pastor
,..m. All church reporter are
Sis. 0 Kelly, reporter
Rev. S. Atchinson, pastor urged to cooperate Church
Constance Carter, reportr"Weddincr Opa-locka I after 7 on
invited to : nl'l'crh'rd" p.m.
bells rang for Miss You arc cordially
v I I Orotha< Holder; and Mr. Otis attend our Christmas play on !I Monday cannot be guaranteed;

Prince TRIUMPH H. Mobley CHURCH, pastorSis. I New Philadelphia Winkfield.Dec. 22, 1963.The''at''wedding 4:30: p.m.will, be at your Dec 22.family Come.. Thank__n.n out_. vou.and" bring I ..for._..publication............-..-..-.-.."...-...--...

C. McKinney, reporter Mt. Calvary. Miss) Holder is tfce fl:
i, Baptist Gets New daughter of Mrs. Irene Holder.Mr. .
Last Sunday was the closing Winkfield is the son of Mr.
session of Triumph's annual Pastor and Mrs. Grady Kinkfield. B i iAJTO
Religious Conference of "Lord Save Me" and "Lord

19G3 with many local groups of Getting underway for the mon was delivered by Rev.I .
the city participating. T. Williams first time this Sunday will be Believe," were the themes of
and Sis. 0. McKinney the New Philadelphia Missionary both sermons. These sermons
were in charge. Baptist Church. It is locat- were delivered. The latter ser- RADA&fOR! SERVICE

ed at 915 NW G2nd St. Recently : mon was delivered by Rev. Rev.
During the opening of the
Garden and Civic
Miami Commissioners called to lead this adventuring Friendship 1 Hour Service Credit Available
conference, one of our members. He is from -
is the dynamic sing-
Stevenson P. Clarke wel- group
comed our bishop and all of ing preacher, actor and "com Jacksonville, Fin: WHILE you WAIT

the out of town and out of state munity leader the Rev. WilliamH. \LTERS CHAPEL AME Come in for free checkup

guests to the conference and to Washington.Since Rev. II. J. Benson, pastor 8 POINT SYSTEM

our fair city.Bishop completing his studies Flossie Marshall, reporter ItfM.HTc. Itmliaiitr: I'rom Back Flush" Engine IHock

C. H. Folmar of Detroit and returning home the Rev. Sunday, Dec. 15, was a very Car Check water pump & liosen
national public relations Washington has distinguished Busy day at Sailers Chapel 'Icon and l Ho.) U.idlaloiiTest, liadlnlor' for Leak
himself In church societies and AME. After attending the annual TVct' 'IWimosinl I'III! find RepairIVesHiMf
chairman was the guest of our civic groups as an orator and conference, we were happy for Cup Paint and Install Itadlatni

archbishop.Some also as a singer of note. the return of Rev. H. J. Benson All Work Guaranteed t

of the ministers who Because of various talents as; our pastor for another year. COMPLETE STOCK OF REBUILT RADIATORS
preached during the conferencewere Mr. Elder J. T3. Blake, our new presiding OI'KX' 7 A.M. 1'U 3 I'.M. MON. TIIUIJ BAT.
Rev. O. Griffin, Prince W. Washingtonconsiders Elder of the West Miami -
himself as being a 6200 N.W. 27lh Ave Dial OX 1-2221
District
J. Roberts, Rev. N. Sconiersand which Is a new
minister of the 'new frontier.
Rev. K. J. Sconiers.; All of "In organizing this church District held hh! first quarterly ............. _____ .--....___..T..
the messages were most inspirational ly Conference at el.
everything will center around preached ( fvVljQf
. _. accepting the challenges confronting Elder J. B. Blake a aatQctfr !* iVt'1cr.Vtlv flyr ! !jQl1V1tVtr Il
wonderful sermon on Sunday
All of the pastors went backto a church in these morning His:; subject was -
their appointment. Elder E. changing times. "Merry Christmas". A wonderful ERR: yCHRISTLVI..A..S

Brooks Is the new pastor of The Rev. Washington holds !sermon was held on Sunday
Riviera Beach and Rev. J. W. the B. A. degree In religious night. .
Smith the new pastor of Hal- education from Fla. A&M Uni- All Boards and Clubs made a :: :

londale. versity and the B. D. degree fine financial report. Our Presiding .

from Gammon Theological HtehQp.} the Rev W. 1-'. '' .
Sunday evening ArchbishopD. N %( ? R'c'
visit
.Seminary. Hall paid a surprise
Harris delivered his
H. annual -
Sunday morning, and gave us
address. The message was The church has recently words of encouragement towards
so surperlor and inspiring, i it been redecorated In pink and our New Year of church work. .
deserves a standing ovation. light green colors. It is air He was happy over the work

The climax to the confer- conditioned for comfort and has we have already done. May the
ample rooms upstairs; forclasses good Lord for ever bless him.
once was a program Sunday
and conferences.
The West Miami District held
night and a spiritual pep talk
by Bishop C. H. Folmar. It was Sunday the pastor will preachtwo their first Council Meeting at
very timely and needed. sermons: "Jesus; The Sin Belleglade Fla., at. St. Paul .
ncr's Friend" and "Joshua Fi AME. Mrs. Annie Lee Gunter,
During the meeting In Or- The Battle of Jericho." was the delegate for the MIs-
lando the assistant pastor of sionaries, Mrs. Georgia Lee .
Opa-looka ordained become The public is Joyously invited tho
was to Jones, A delegate for Stewards -
an elder. He Is Rev. E. C. to worship with us this com- : along: with the pastor.ST rilly ,
Williams. ing Sunday. Sunday School bat
9:30: :a.m. Worship services LUKE BAPTIST
ZION HOPE BAPTIST at 11. a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Come .
out hear God's preacher who 3S09 N. W. Gth Ave.

5129 NW 17th Avenue preaches a fiery !gospel Rev. James: A. Gr1sb '. pastor .

Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor Mr. Burvr.liri: Grpon. repnrfpr i
'
FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTISTRev. "For unto you is born thislay ; :
Every Sunday at 9:30: SUn- in the city of David a < <
J. E. Jenkins
day School Dec. pastor avlour which Christ
Armstrong Ruby Lee Carr is the
superintendent. reporterI Lord; glory to God In the

Prayer meeting every Tues- waited patiently for the Ighest :and on earth peace
day at 7:30: p.m. Our pastor delivered Lord and lie Inclined unto me( ""nod will toward men. Luke

a most soul stirrings and heard my cry He brought 11-M.
rmon for our morning wor- me up also out of an horriblepit Sunday, Dec. 22, 10G3, at -1:30:
ship.The out tho miry clay :and sat:: ,'.m., you are cordially Invited
No. one choir wag in my feet upon a rock and established o our annual Christmas pro-
charge of the song services for my goings. Psalms 1-2 Tam, sponsored by the Sun-
the morning and the No. Two Verse. '1y School. All participantsplease
Choir Sunday evening be on time Mrs. Arthurce
Sunday was 'a glorious day at Collin;% directress.
SHILOH BAPTIST 'church all day with early morning There will bean early morn-
Rev. A.- M. Griffin;.pastor baptism at Virginia Beach 'ng service at S\, Luke Chrlst-
Sis. C. M. Myjcsreporter :our pastor delivered both morn- as morninr? beginning: at 5:00:
_. ."or ing and evening sermons; his '.m. Both Senior Choirs will 'I
.. I was'gladwhe ; ::(hey. 1 said subjects were "So thy way and nerge and sing and both
let us- go-into the Mouse ot the. its dangerous to disobey the enior Ushers are asked to serve.
Lord Psalm 122. Lord." We really had reviva- The public Is cordially invited. .-

.' Once again Sunday morning, listic ''servIces all day. We are so In the spirit of brotherhood, expressed by .
... our pastor delivered a fine'espiritual grateful to God for such a God MEW BETHEL BAPTIST
sermon which was sent pastor. We were so glad to I
",wl h );plrlt! YOu, are welcome to have our missionary with us 1571 NW 68th Terr. the Day itself the hopes and prayers of all 'j.
.cOme and visit with us, and do the Rev. A F. King, and all of Rev. Ernest Willams. pastor
'',' visit these' sick persons: Sister other
our visiting ministers.Our .
'Betty Dennis, sister 'S. A. Wll- When John had heard In the mankind are, for peace on earth . to r
.llams and sister Thelma Myles. get well wishes are extended prison the works of Christ he
to Deco: F. S. Bush In I sent two of his disciples and i ,
Cloverleaf Hospital and al of said unto him, art thou he that which we would like to odd our wishes for :" ';'
NEW PROVIDENCE our other sick memUers.: A houlil come: or do we look for t..., .w
J.
Rpv. C.
TJurney, pastor .
Sis Claudia Wilson reporter. many most visitors cordial at welcome all times.to our i another.Our lesson was taken from a very Merry Christmas and for the coming ., ...,

The Lord Is my light and my Isaiah .15:2: : Look unto me and "I"
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salvationwhom; shall I fear? GRACE PRESBYTERIAN be ye saved( all the ends of the we "Happy New Year!"
year may say
The Lord .19 .the strength of earth: for I am God, and thereIs
mv life; 'of whom shall I be Following our morning ser- none else. .
afraid? ; vice we will have election of There: will be n songfest at
We had a glorious time officers and selection ofVo, the church Sunday afternoon. DUGIE'S GUEST HOUSE .
throughout the,day Sunday. We man's Day chairman. In''the Come out and hear them. No. '
are lookfng1) forward for Christ- evenng the Sunday School will 1 choir will take the stand on IC41! N.W. 47ti! Street NE 4-3851 .** "
mas, the timeSbf our Saviour's present its Christmas program Sunday morning. No. 2 In the ,':' ;'
birth we celebrate,. therefore at 7:30: p.m. afternoon. Don't miss this J Jamaica Du&ie, Always a Friend .a
let?.us keep.th6 spirit of" Christ I' 'A very Merry Christmas to treat it's something to hear.

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This year's income reporting I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1963 PAGE 11 -
of Blues time begins again on Dec. 1st
Dies .)
Queen
for 11,253 disabled veterans and I. '
Hospital was authorized't and
the dependents of 22,756 Royal Twenty
some
I DETROIT Her two young sent' forth. Other projects in
deceased veterans receiving VA
sons and football-star husband, pension in Florida Clubs NewsThe progress were reported on
along with the entertainmentworld
w .d mourned Blues Singer Along with their Nov. 30 Royal Twenty Women's The'flfter-meeting social hour
aN1 Dinah Washington this week. checks: all VA pension recipients CluU held its regular meetingat was welLfreceived by the mem-
Miss Washington, 37, wife of : will receive enclosed tabulating the lovely home of Mrs Rosa bers 'fcrtdfS! invited guests. Mrs.
Dick (Night Train) Lane, star card On these cards L. Hall 14821 Polk St. Rich- Hlppaidjfifthanked( the hostess
Detroit Lions halfback, was beneficiaries must report all mond Heights.The for providing a succulent feast
found dead In her home. Income received during 1963 club president, Mrs. and well. planned activity
Police said Miss Washington and that expected in 196 H.I Income Ermatlne Holton presided over period.;: ,.:*.J.
may: have accidentally taken an means everything including this mettlng. Mrs.'Ermatino! Holton, presiMrs -
overdose of a sedative. There Social Security except, of Check for the purchase of an I deht:
was a box of pills beside her course, the VA pension pay- air condition for the Chrislan .Ethel,1, Peavy, reporter
ments themselves.
bed.An autopsy was ordered to A>r hkrp7p AIoI Dt AX1AiW>hA>bl...: 1s>wx>wa>a >k >a>am >Wmipaoaam: aorroai31trrrjltThriLItlu
determine the cause of death Prompt and accurate report-
I'I Dinah's death wrecked the ing can prevent any hold-up
plans of the husky-voiced Negro ;ill pension: payments. They must
; singing star and her family be returned to the VA before :! !t
t 1 tor a happy Christmas holidays .he usual dc':ndl/ne-Jamuuy;/ 31, !
eunion ji piymenu 1 will be suspended
Her two sons by previous If after suspension, no ques-
nurriages, George Jenkins, 18, :lonme is submitted, the pen-
and RIAjrt Grayson, 15, had just sioner will be required to pay
ome from Boston where they back all payments received in
attend preparatory school. U)03) tp

EDUCATION SPECIALIST Lane, 35, grieving, stayed at The cards: should be returned ,
home as the Lions departed for I prompt to the address shownin
Wins Masters From ,heir National Football League the upper right hand corner.
tAme with the Chicago Bears I This address should be copied _ _
will 'n return envelopes exactly as
!n Chicago today. The game
Univ. of Minnesota Iccide whether Chicago wins the ,t appeals\ on the form. Assistance L
:hampshlp of the league's in filling/ out the forms M
The masters degree and the Vestem division will be available at. the VA vI. .. ,
Ed. Sp. certificate (specialistIn Dinah hit stardom In the Office, 081 West Flagler St. I. :-
education) will be awardedto >arly 1910s with her recordingsf _
William Wellington Mackey "Blow Top Blues" and "Evil rI
,
of 5200 NW 12th Ave. duringthe gal Blues." She became a night N a
commencement exercises: .ub darling from coast to coast r. k
Saturday, Dec. 14 at the UnI- Her "What a Difference a Day
versity 'of Minnesota In Minne Makes" recording was said to
apolis. have topped a million In sales. I

The awarding of the degree Her Income was said to have
marks the completion of a 17 reached as high as $150,000 a ...
months curriculum In administration year.
I and supervision In
.chabllltatlon therapies. Rehabilitation QKKxK AA. .1 f
therapies Includes the K:tKKeR tICIC : : : !w t l1 IttNt ;.
following areas: Occupational
ind recreational therapies industrial I
drama and educational -
therapies and counseling.

Internships required by the tea,
mrrlculum were completed at Sinter (thanks for your patronage during the

the Shrlners Hospital for II,'
Crippled Children In Minneapolis ..
and at the State Hospital past' year. We hop w* may irv you at well win
for the Mentally 111 In i

Fcrqus Falls, Minnesota.Mr. the New Yor. Merry Chrhlmotl

Mackey has accepted a:I
position with the Pennsyvanla: J & J DRUG DEPT. STORE
State Dept. of Mental Health Pvt. .J me.s w. home, former
and Public Welfare. In January Miami t Times makeup] man, I 1&rompk'tlng
he will assume duties as a pro- With our holiday hh basic training 1410 N.W. 62nd Street Phone PL 7.7954CKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK
warn supervisor and as assis- greeting the it Fort Gordon( Ga Home Is a
tant director of rehabilitation goes member of Co. I). Gth Un. 2nd :KKMtK_
therapies at ,the Byberry Psy- promise o{ our con Ti.lining Ultimo-ill, lie will be
chiatric Institution in Philadelphia -! tinued jlno service hum for furlouGh on Dec 27. .r
In addition to these ,
duties, Mr. Mackey will serve ), to you
:a<5 an Instructor of therapeutic .
recreation and methods of psy-I MRS. MABEL I. DANIELS
chodrama on the staff of t h e
Affiliated Training School for Notary Public

Nurses, Social Workers and IntCI.M And! Incomo Tax Service
etc., which 1 Is attachedto I
the hospital. I 6820 N.W. 15th Ave.

I aJl>>I J, ).",-)'. >>O >>, ,J.") ),,:, s alp Which holiday
Mr. Mackey and Tour other A e +vy.
students at the university dur- t.i-J-Q"t: :'t,s'C'sK 'CtIC'Cr.c.I: :

ing the 1002-63 school year, greeting is older. .
were recipients of $1,800 study i \
grants, from the office of Voca-
tional Rehabilitation In Washington the firstChristinas
,
: D. C. These grants are
given annually to persons pursuing -
graduate study In the Card 4
various areas of rehabilitation.: .A ,
Mackey's thesis In the ortho-
pedics phase of the curriculum orGordon's .4' :
WES entitled "Assessment,
Classification and Methods for LACKLAND A I'll, Tcx.-Alr- Gin? ,
programming In Therapeutic man William II. Tillman son pCI )
Recreation for the Orthopedi- .... .. I Mr. and ,M.s. Fred Tillman of :
cally Handicapped.! His research f 52C NW\ Ninth St. Florida City
tric project for the psychia Is )JJJinJ: reassigned to Grand i iC'
sequence was entitled "A Forks AFJJ, N. J U., for trainingand
Rationale for Psychodrama: duty JH: a draftsman. ordon' Gin was an English ;
Techniques and Methods for :;
the Paranoid-Reaction Patient. May Song and LaugMar Airman Tillman recently com- holiday greeting 74 years
Force
Air
Mr. Mackey formerly taught And Music be Yours pleted United training States here. He before Mr.J.c. Horsley designed
basic military
'Miami? the prior public to school resigning system to accept of- Th?, Christmas Day! Is a 1U03 graduate of Mays High the first Christmas card: TheCordon' 4 '

the School, Goulus, Florida. '
ber 19(52.OVR grant In Septem. LENNY'S DRUGS you drink today i
1700 N.W. 3rd! Ave. a J: J harks back to Alexander ,

FR 4.2989 Gordon's.original 1769 for.mulaforonedoesn'ttamper- GORDON'SDISMED
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H Excluaive Men' Wear, from the top of your her,rl to .' ,.. Cft
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the tip of your toes 'tI.I eIIlVALENCIA'S

H Hats .'Shoes'Shirts Suits Trouser. -.Caps of / OIL 100*RCUTIU SPItlTtOtmui
H popular price. LUNCH nor out M noor.wtoori vn on co.,in,(IMOtr.i J.
Style. and quality "t

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LYKES SMOKED
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Sliced Bacon 35t Sausage 21bs 69

MAYROSE 4 LBS. PORK LB.
Canned Ham $2.98 Steak or Roast 39itippiKBeef

GOLD CREST LB.

23 Turkey 39

DRUMMER-n---- MORRELL LB.
Franks 3130 Roll Sausage 29c


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Delicious Apples 3Sc SUGAR 5 Ib bag 49 Form APPLE OR House PEACH Pies 29C

ARMOUR VEGETOLE "McKenzie" Blackeye or Crowder
ONIONS 3 Ibs 23C Shortening 3 lbs1 49 Peas 24 oz. 45CMrs.
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SHURFINE- Plain or Self Rising Filbert's Corn Oil
Russet or Red Bliss Floor 5 Ib bag 39 Margarine lb. 37 .
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Sweet or Buttermilk-8 oz. Pkg.PilsburyBfscuifs
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w. Cash Payroll' Checks Cold Beer At All Times 24 Hours DAILYDEL

MONTE-303 CAN FRENCH'S t
Fruit Cocktail 3 for 690 Mustard 6 oz. jar 11 C

FOOD KING-300 CAN CARNATION SOLID WHITE-ya$ Size Can
Blackeye Peas 10 $1.00 Tuna Fish 2 for 57C

ASSORTED FLAVORS 3 ounce package 'KEN-L-RATION -Liver Flavor
Jello 4 for 290 Dog Food 2 for 29CBIG

CHIEF LONG GRAIN PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT-46 Ounce Can
Rice 5 lbs 594* Libby Drink ,254

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
31,761 See Rattlers
Top Morgan.SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1963 PAGE 17



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VALUABLEPLAYER Government Bars Bias in
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Apprenticeship Training 'J Osp e

By LEO ARMimiSTKU Labor- andBusiness apprfentlce'tttflnlng.- F ) ,V't'E L I N.I 0 R
Removal
The Miami Orange Bowl of an apprentice / ;
Stadium shone brightly Satur-' ProtestLabor program from federal registra- .f'" :.. ), \ iII ,.\
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day night with Miami stars In :. tion would mean that Its trances '" -@. \:' \
the sky nnd Miami football :Secretary:) Willard could not work on federal- \( AND HER
stars on the field. The Morgan Wirzt Issued regulations Tues-I ly-alded projects unless they It f";J \\
State Bears tough defense tooka day racial In Washington, banning were paid journeymen's, not, t{: tFRIENDhY r ,' BARMAIDS
little gleam from James discrimination in apprenticeship -
Tul- apprentice '
wages. '' .
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lis' brilliant performance, but programs certified tty Thegreatest II It';". .
opposition to
the federal government, despite '
there was no stopping for the
outstanding carriage of the protests from both labor the regulations came from the t. Invite YOU to the
construction Industry, which. \
and business. WtII
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pigskin by BobUy Felts. His of.
Implied that the '
fensive sive and many such times defen- The rules become effective favored a quota government system to ; : 'Friendliest Bar in Town'
fans play roared was their that 31,761 Jan. 17, and under them any speed the admission Negroes ., ristmas:
approval of
program registered with the Into the unions.
the of the selectionof
men press'
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government can be removed However, the standards
Player him of as the the 31st Most Orange Valuable Blos- from the list of registration If that they will not: require state any -And happy Il;\\;l14; ; :\\:\\j; "
som Classic. It does not neet the hew standards one to select or employ appren- holiday wishes
for selecting youths for; quotas.

The Bears stood up well '.:........................................."" .....'.. I,, . . - all of COME IN AND ENJOY
against the Rattlers for the KKl RKK L t CkiKL CKKKKK[IKKKKKK tK+(t to you

first half but the great depth who have'been
of bench strength of which the SEASON'S CHRISTMAS WITH US
Rattlers are famed was too
much to evade and again an- our customers

other Rood team fell victim toFAMU's GREETINGSfrom Imported and Domestic Wines and! Beer ,.
:3-ply onslaught.
OUR FINN WINKH 1NCLVDKGRKAT
Halfback Leroy Kelly received
the WKHTKKN T4\\'I ()Jt'S "HPAKKLIN'ClHURGUNDY '
Morgan State MVP
award. The 5-10, 190-pound a' CHAMl'AGNIO; :
Philadelphian got 32 yards In 12 the staff JlAn.VJ Y'H 11RIHTOL CKHAM; DUFF GORDON
tough-yardage runs. Felts, 6-1, . .
200-pound fought his way 82 ..'
yards through the Bears in 10
carries. i @ Delicious Foal r.y I "Dcw,')'" (runner chef tit HnkcrYi) .
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Among other outstanding r; .
FAMU players were Art Itob- W. O. PERRY, Sr. KKKKK..lClCtCtClClClCrclrc1C1ttlCrclCC: / /( IC RKYKKKK! !SKKKKKKKKK'IMERRY ( 0
Inson Al Benson a 'R
and exCarver i \ .
quarterback, Ernest Hart. tt.t11ttf.t11at1 ,,1tt1.tt f.ttf.t1f.t11.1.tt r\'i,
$ J W. O. PERRY, Jr.
Others leading among the i !
Bears were Russ Join vet, Al )
Bates and Clarence Scott. MARYWASHINGTON

The Rattlers' touchdownscame e il/j.i' IV.t.ICa1.
on End Paul Washing- r '.C ffE3..E .f.1L s7 '
ton's yard run on the tag
end of the 72-yard forward lat-
eral launched by Jim Tullls; i PERRY'S
Carlton Cooper's .28-yard sprint; FLORIST
Rudy Cambridge's one-yard
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sneak.plunge and Tunis' three-foot tl' ij.

!'yoAAD JlJIaIlJli /)arjJlaha: m JI D 7 I4)j>r>>'Xi JIa"]>I"IIaJl"aJlaI4"tJlJI a )
Tho disappointing turnoutwas
t:::1111 okT.)r JrotlJ.J'i: J.tI A 7gDv>.">Ia JaJ''j 1r)aJIIJl>>I JIll Jo/2.aJlJla J.al)/JI 1Iaallll: :'
a far cry'from last year's
43,401 I fans who saw the Rattlers .
' lose 22-G to Jackson State. I

Many fans boycotted the game
In a protest against the FAMU I GREETINGS
administrator's expulsion of
y two civil rights student leaders I
for dcmontratlons In Tallahassee. -
is

t The famous Marching Band
collected as much plaudits as
the footballers. Their exhibition /
brought rave comments froift 1 .
the pressbox, "Best band In the t .
land" "Let the band continue f .
S $
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to play," "FAMU can't Iffee, If *
the team does, the band wins." tft ',

UJ\\'i; A 1IERItYCIIRISTMAK: fti i .;1


There are many ways to *V I

have a Merry Christmas and I' Er
this column wishes that all !) .,
may enjoy this Christmas Sea- = f Iif
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again! Watch this space 1I the Day itself the hopes and prayers of all -? /,

for coming: attractions! .
r i it it mankind are.for. peace on earth . to '

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lEST WISHES FOR A VERY MERRY 1ft we our 'i'* .

COMING! CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR. o very Merry Christmas. and for the coming ? + ':

Alpha Kappa Alpha M .. -.. ......
Royal Drive Inn Restaurant year may we say "Happy New Yearl"SHARPE

Faamonetta64Sunday 6840 N.W. 15th Avenue OX 1.8512

January 12, 1964 SERVICE STATION
Liberty City Drive Inn Restaurant
4.00; p.m.With 1501 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1.9714
1500 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1.2571

Margurite Belafonte A. P. Sharpe, Prop.
'OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY .
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Parking Space for 500 cam (:::5 at a time) !

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SATURDAY DECEMBER 21 19( .FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVCNIINCI OUR STORES
PACE 6 WILL BE OPEN MONDAY THRU SUNDAY FROM I
9i30 TILL 9i30 TILL XMAS.
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NAACP PUT UP


$/4 MILLION BAIL


FOR RIGHTS


DEMONSTRATORSThe 7; 11N
Aa .GENUINE
National Association for

People the Advancement has put up of more Colored thana i'' N RI AS&j& Om I IGliENrrR ENGLISH BIKES. !

quarter of a million dollarsfor s aP..e
ball for civil rights demon- WED.9:30T09:30: : THURS. 9:30T09:30: :
strators in 11 cities in seven ( x -

southern states, Roy Wilkins, 5757 N.W.17th AVI. :o!:: I r
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executive, reveled l today.A MIAMI p un..e
635.0736 p .we.xln
total of $268,570 of the Assoclation's -
funds, as of Nov. PIRIIINI SHOPPING
CINTIR
30, was tied up in bail bondsin l Il.2901
areas where local resources NO CLOTHING "'
were exhausted and where the .
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authoritios refused to accept W.HOLLYWOOD COMMRL AT (
property bonds, demandingcash. 945-0311 69'eN I
xw ro asnnuaaw
The money is return- .v Prosperous New Year I.
able upon final settlement of
the cases. ill the great and falthfi \ " RCA VICTOR Multt-Purpose 19" MOTOROLA T.V.
workers of the Churches of LOWEST PRICE Combination ES
More than half the sum, loci l m Christ of Eastern Flor .. ;. ,. FOR A 4 SPEED FREE .
$154,175, has been for Jackson, Ja. I am thanking you foi \ "'; h't 'r J MANUALVICTROLA"? "":" #
Miss., where more than 900 \generosity to me. I can ::? ; -
persons were arrested in last :jy my state work is well done. (& '/;//l/ 8 81'1
summer's demonstrations. Ad- our prayers and cooperatioi, .
ditional NAACP funds were 'er the medium by which L The IALI.A I 19 I .' "
made available for bail bondsin no joU was done. "'I'I"I"'
Biloxi and Clarksdale, Miss.; A bo thanks to our mangy I
Albany and Columbus, Ga.; lei::Is.Kurs. 1699 r
Baton Rouge and Shreveport, because of Calvary, 24 MONTHS TO PAY aTORtE OVER ..
200 I.COIDI MODEL T69.6e
La.; Charleston, S.C.; Memphis, Supervisor Gussie Gamble
Tenn.; St. Augustine, Fla.; and

Dorchester, Md. 4 Foam Sectional

The sums advanced by: the COMING! PC.
NAACP are In addition to mon
ey raised locally for bail bonds.A Fashionetta-64
recent Department of Justice
survey indicated a total of
.Vith Belafonte
Margurite
more than 1,800 civil rights
demonstrations in 40 states and
the District of Columbia, between Sunday, ,January 12, 1964 .
1 May 20 and the end of Dn-Je County Auditorium tI- : -- .
Oct. Some 10,000 persons were 100%' FOAM
arrested for participation in Alpha Kappa Alpha, SCUSHIONS
such demonstrations. during the CUSTOM MADE
year. Sorority REVERSIBLEZIPPERED

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: forever., strive to offer you t

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service'. possible., TAT'

,May: wee extend., our personal greetings and! best
wishes to you?and yours for'a very* Merry Christmas $()

an'd a .highly prosperous 1964. V .

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. I Eastern Star Day

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1963 PAGE 7 .
Dec. 25 At Mi.Tabor .

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To the worthy matrons and

chapters, worshipful masters,
crusaders, royal arch, blue
lodgers and the entire Masonic
"PEACE
family. Bro. Rudolph Bradley, on

33rd Degree, Grandmaster, asks Earth, GOOD
all to attend Eastern Star Day "
Dec. 25, 1063, at Mt. Tabor Will to Men .
I Baptsit church, corner of CGth. extend the heart!
Street and 17th Ave. Time 4 WE Christmas wishes

a.m. Please come. to one and all of our
friends and customers.
Matron Ellen Taylor, president
By ALBERT W. COOkE of the Matrons People's Trading Co.

I Patrons council, of O.E.S.
933 NAV. 2nd Ave.

What Does Christmas Mean To You? \ : Matron Jessie Giles, secre- 'I (next to lUtz Theatre)
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Tell me students, please do. I But like sheep, man has gone ____ __a
What does Christmas mean to astray.Preacher .
you? preach teacher teach, Ivan McCasklll, recently appointed I
Does it mean the birth of ChristOr Somehow let children know. special service repre- GREETINGS OF THE SEASONTO
,sentative of the Old Florida
that you'll receive somethingnice That Christmas Is more meanIngful -
? Rum Company, Miami, servedas OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS
host to more than 300 visitors
Gentle Jesus, meek and mild Than cards of Yule. tiding sho- to the Annual Orange Mar the New Year bring you luck, success

Wise men brought gifts to this Merry Christmas and a Happy ,Blossom Classic In Miami. And Happiness
New Year. Somehow The occasion
child, may was a before-I
Monkey see, monkey do, per- bring home to you that Jesus game reception. Many outstanding
hapsThis died on Calvary, but not to educators attended. .
I is why Santa conies to you start a shopping spree.Couslu.A McCaskill, 31, a native MI- -- -
amian, was educated at North ,
Tell me teachers, please do. Carolina College& at Durham. ijk
What does Christmas mean to 1 I Where he was i member of Kap.:
Letter "Cousins
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? to pa Alpha Phi Fraternity.He .
you
Not that Christmas should mean served in the U. S. Air .
to thee Under The Skin"My Force from 1019{) through 1952 .
The very same as it means to Professionally, McCasklll has
me. Dear Cousin: represented Falstaff Beer and :' :
Bonded Rental Agency before I
My procrastination in writIng joining he Old Florida ,
Ask your pastor, if you must, Company
What should Christmas mean you; has no well founded He is a member of the Miami . :
to us. reason.' So to write you the Sales Club, Masonic LOdgCj J 'j\\ :
Should it mean that the SavIorwas pleasure Is all mine,.and I hope YMCA and Kappa !
born? you shall share this pleasure, ,Fraternity.To \
should be shown. before relegating this letter to .
Or that gifts,
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., your ever hungry waste bas l\J \\j t\j I.tl
Tell me children, please do, ket. Couz "God knows no evil." kL .

What does Christmas mean to In Jas 1:13: it states, "Let no ) ...
you? man say when he Is tempted, I ,
Is anything wrong with am tempted of God: for God .
RudolphOr cannot be tempted with evil
hearing people sing? neither! tempted he any man." . .
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I would be the very last to What puzzles men is why '
Change this sort of thing.Yes anyone should be disturbed to .
Jesus died on Calvary be told God knows nothing of /
But not to grow a Chrlstamastree. his sin, nothing of his want or 1 .. ,, \ 5, 4
lack of any kind. All these : / ,

adults, please do things stated are caused by error .
Tell What me does Christmas mean to and error la sin. . ' :
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you? The tragedy would be if God : .
For many years, after. his time, did know. God Is infinite. He . / \, \ fr
Christmas brought Christ to 'would be a sinner; if he knew ,, \ :. ,iL
mind. sin. For what Infinite mind /J
knows must be. Sin or mis- you and to those near
Is here to stay \
Now that Santa commercialway. takes, are outside the realm of and dear to you we wish ,
Christmas gone the with God '
God, only perfectionis '
reality. Jesus knew this, He the joy and peace that ':i'k
It Is surely not my right, knew too that while man only Christmastime can \L 4.

To Christ.remove your X and put in demnation labors under the the very sense burden of con ot bring. May the happiness k : .: ''H I

do thought weighs him to the oC this season remain 'Kith ,
Tell me Buddy, please .
What does Christmas mean to dust.To you,all thojcar.DEW ,

you? the man Impotent for
r for making spirit bright 38 years, he knew just what .
And that sort of thing. steps to take to cleanse his DROP INN .
mind, before telling him to PHARMACYrthur
But give the glory to Christ arise and walk.-Mark 2:5.: Part DENNIS SMITH

The King.' a. lie said "My son, your sins 3). Dunn, Jlcff. I'hnrm,
Its Is my ,beielf that Christmas are forgiven." Moffatt's ver REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS .
night I sion.) 3727 Grand Avenue Stroh '
Christ back.insight 1295 N.W. 67th PL 1-1750
Should bring Coconut Grove
We should remember this
Phone HI 3.9783 titi .
lesson and well, often when we
Tell Friend, please do. condemn should forgive
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me we Ci i tci M.WMiWWPP PCTIW II II'C
What does Christmas mean to we censure when we should a .
? praise. Many a broken heart .
you ....... .. -- -
Jingle bells, ring them well. might have boen relieved Uy .c.c
Let the children sing. words of cheer and forgiveness
': unspoken.In GreetingsTO
Give a gift, spirit lift,
But praise ye Christ the King. the training of childrenthis i.
Yes, Christmas changed from a I lesson should be especially .
silent night. remembered and practiced for .I
Some floks choose X Instead of i in their childish trust they / "

Christ. readily respond to the thoughtof __________ / :\
others. They should be
Tell: me Neighbor, please do, taught to remember spirit holds
What does Christmas mean to no evil toward man, and OEJ:

you? God is love. .. : ... ,
'Tis for the.Messiah that Christ- II I
mas Is We should practice self-ap II I -
Not for Santa or the gift of his plication of this divine lesson I I May the spirit of the firs
and forgive all and our

Not that Santa Claus should go hearts too shall be free from all of you-out Christmas enter all our hearts
This spirit Is important as you the burden of our own con- II S0
know. and patron 0 now and throughout the com
demnation.
This is just a simple fight we with a very men!.

To lessen Christ.the Yule and emphasize Well, Couz I hope to hear at of merry Christ 4' ; ing year.

from you soon, and If you have
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Tell me Relatives please cIo any problems send them along. .
What does Christmas mean tOyou I have a friend; and he hast Favlor's Beaiitv Shoo \ ATLANTIC
?
If you accept Bethlehem as a e right answers. Mrs Ruby N. Lazier e'r FURNITURE CO.

.fact, Sincerely yours, Valencia Farrington
Has Santa Claus spoiled the actI Thelma Johnson -1 '
Herman Black
Cousin
1233 NoW. 3rd Avenue
with'' Joyce Alexander gx:
see nothing wrong PJ3For all the fruitful (
white Christmas Mr*. Elmira Taylor, Prop.
Or sleigh bells In the snow earths Increase for home, and i Phone FR 4-8271

different : life, and love divine Beat W.hhee to AllOW'Custom
According to where :you go. For hope and faith and perfect en

Tell rn e.-Cousln, please do, peace .6601 N.W. 18th Avenue

What does. Christmas mean to My thanks, dear Lord, are OX 1.9956

you? .,thine.
Christmas i Ira sacred das . John Kendrick Bangs -. aaa >> I






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RICHARDSON . DEATHSRobert

Tucker of 19135. Fed",
LS-DEATHS .1130 NW
Mrs Nola Hunter of
eral Highway, Ojus, Fla. passedat
end Ave. at her nome
.. paSSe the Veterans In
Hospital
un Dec. 11. fcuhe is survived u>
Coral Gables the 17th of De-
on
a daugnter, Mrs Helen :!.>dw PAGE 20 SATURDAY DECEMBER 21 196 cember.He .
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I 1BERT . three grandchildren,. one sibim: ,

THE MIAMI TIME MIAMI. FLA. airs Juia; Wngnt, one broinei, had been a citizen of the
KIM B. WHETSTONE, 332 Mr Sam Jordan, funeral ser- city for a number of years. He
,W 10th Terr., died at home vices were nerd In tne Chapel; was a veteran of World War I.
,jc. 9. Graveside services at on 'iiiesday, Uec. 17, witn itev Funeral services will be held
CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKSWe vergreen Were conducted i-'rea J. HICKS omcxating. Monday 3 p.m. at E. A. Stevens

,c. 12.iVILLIAM. Funeral Home, Hallandale. His
The family of the late, the family of the Into Mrs. Isabelle Brown of 12tH: remains will Me on view Sat-
died 12. bheis
NW b2nu tit. uec
6 until
WORD, 6311 NV. urday pm. funeral time.
MRS MINNIE MCDONALDwish . th Ave., died In Jackson Me- survived oy ner husbanu,
>0 .
\ ,.J..,> '. 'nal Hospital Dec 10. Services i two nephews, Kooert anu lie Is survived by his wife,
to take this method of expressing Williams. Service Lucile
,rienry.11. ; daughter, Mrs. Jessie
) were held Dec. 16 at Jor-
sincere thanks to the IKX dan Grove Baptist Church, Rev were neu Lec iat ivu. Cai- Sears of Ojus; sister, Mrs. Julis

many friends and neighborsfor .. V
numerous cards, telegrams vivers are five sisters, Mos- oU clat1l1g. thews of Miami; three sisters-
floral pieces and the many kind .. in-law and two brothers-in-
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nesses shown during their hour 'oJ 'Hh "'; C.a Mrs. Annie Verde! Johnson Jaw and a host of other rela-
Hattie Marshall
.tts Rachei
of bereavement. Special thanksto r {.' Kelly, and Ruth Sims, two ot ayj:!: ( M W butn M., uieu on uec. tives and friends.FRANCIS .
Rev. Dukes. The Bethel Williams 11. She) leaves to mourn net
Funeral Home and members ..k.er.), Jack and Joiui ,Won nusband, Unarile; three daughters -

of Martin Memorial AME I't llRS. ,I MISS Annie bell tiaras, . .
Church. faA BLANCHE, L. MOn ;,Mrs. Lina HeuuicK. ot Onanuo,
.EK 2612( SW 138th Ct.; i .
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Church. May God bless each of : '.r'.1a., aim ivus.' uoi-otny Ura-
.
a, died at home Dec. i.
: IN. C. a
you ,1.am ot Wilmington, ,
survivers are parents, J. '
sun Willie pysou ot Oriunuo a
The Children |oi other, Jonn Is. Hams ot
4 sisters, '', onfl' Brother, tWo aunts : i'allanaisee; and a sis: ,ei', sut.
IJ uncles. Services will Willie Humph otuneral .l.JaAt:1auu.:
;J1 ".1' Saturday 12 noon atSt. '
<< services were neid in
CARD OF THANKSThe Peters Orthodox Church. .
,the Cnapci on Dec. .I.., whir
uiL-i' mley, pastor. >Rev. J. i>. Uiucknell oU1c1atm.

family of the late.
MRS ROSA LEE PATTERSON James Fuicher of ;3oO;i:: N W

N.WO ." .',', wife of Deacon Burney W. 22nd !bt.:: wen at Jackson ...e>
fp : Patterson,. died at home, 7204( morial Dec. 7. He is survived::
NW 20tth Aye..Dec 13. Other survlvers'Include -
\IRS. ALBERTHA ,ROBINSO ,
> ny a daughtei:i, *\1.uS Aim j L. *-
i an adQP il(..stm; 'zTe'Vuibher, ; "'a sun ''Robert; '&i
vish to thank everyone for Charles; 10 grandchildren. Seri -
SIster Mr. Lulu Perkins oft
.heir kindnesses during our ..* *.. Utf COlAdUCltXi /tdcltta:: C*. ,
< Lauderdale. Funeral
't. services -
{rlcf.! Special thanks to, Rev. T. oO) p.m., at Mt. Zion Baptist held on Thursday,
were
.ohnson and Mrs. A. Range, .lurch Rev. Edward T. Gran U'om Mt. Nebor Baptist Churcnm
ilso for the many cards, tele- pastor. She will He in re- Lauderdale.
Ft.
trams and florals ,,..-e m tale chapel Friday afternoon
and in the church at U
The Family Mrs. Louise Collins an old
11:30: am. Saturday.
resident of Miami who lived at

GAIL II'1'SF.:1"r, 1741 NW t)31 NW 2nd Ct., died Dec 9.,
J
152nd St., was dead on arrivaljt leaving to mourn many dear
IN MEMORIAM friends. Services were
devoted
Cleverleaf Hospital Dec. 14. MISS SHIRLEY JEAN CASHof
held on Monday, at Mt. Zion
i Graveside services at Evergreenwere 6516 NW 14th Ave. died
Ju sad but loving of Baptist Church with Rev Ed-
memory conductd Dec. 17. Dec. 13 at Variety Children's
our dear: 'husband, father and ward T. Graham, the pastor, Hospital. Services Saturday 1

. ;iandfater.VANDERBILT. HARRY COLLINS, 2212 NW officiating p.m. at the Church of God In

. 74th St., died Dec. 14. Arrange- ,Christ with Elder Jacob Cohen,
Rutland
Robert of 1091
Hardy
.. \ ments are incomplete. pastor, officiating. Remains
St. dead arrival at
j' was on
) 1 will be on view In the
: Cloverleaf Hospital. lie is sur- chapel
L. B. JOHNSON 10310 S."w.175th : 4
i\ ::1-1' vived by his wife, five chil- beginning p.m. Friday until
., St. Perrine, died in the dren, Robert Hardy, Mrs. 0 a.m. Saturday morning. Sur-
Veterans Administration Hospital vivors Include her
mother
James P. ,
Azqlea Wilkins,
MRS., HATTIE DULLARD Dec. 1C. His mother Mrs. Ruth Cash
Mrs. Hardy, Mrs. Rudy Pearl, and five sisters,
who departed] this life Novem. ('" AtG -caie uwens; one daughter Henry Hardy, three brothers. Mrs. Bessie Mlnnls, Mrs. Glo-

ber ;23:; 19G3., wish to thank OUT .id a brother, survive. Arrange- Services Saturday, at 1:00: p.m., ria Richard Maude, Dorothy
neighbors and friends for uh < nents are. pcompleteLEMON from Mt. Hermon AMB Church, and Jane, three brothers, Clar-
cards, flowers and all other r with the Rev S. L. Gay officia- ence, Charles and James.

kindnesses shown us during YOUNG, 7160 N. W. Itng._
her illness until the end. Thanks 14th Place, died Dec. 15. Arrangements 1 l\ RS. MARY GRAHAM of

to our pastor, Rev P. D. Brant are incomplete. Mrs. Lucille Knight of 428 1528 NW: 70th St., died Dec. 18.

ley the women auxiliary No.1. NW 8th St., died Dec. 4. She Is Arrangements are Incomplete.!
2, 3, Deaconess Boards Israel Solomon Tucker, 7001 N. W. survived; by her husband, Le- Survivors Include three daughters
Bethel PB Church at large: for i 74th St., died at home Dec. 15. roy, three children, and six Dorothy, Elizabeth and
everything. Range Funeral Funeral services were held In sisters. Funeral services were I Sharon, two sons, Thomas Jr.

Home Staff, also thanks to Dr. .> the chapel Thursday, at 2:00: in the Chapel on Friday, Dec. and Rodney; three sisters,
Holden. ?....'. p.m. Mrs. Eva Clayton is his 12 with Rev. Fred J. Hicks three brothers.CHRISTMAS.

Nora L. Jones, daughter ,i,:," 'r only known surviver. officiating.
\
Florence, granddaughterinlaw. -
James of 311 N. W.

Jerry, .Delores and Jessie "1 /b\"". 10th St., died English Dec. 16. He leavesto I m \\;\\; \\

{ ..NGE wife Etheleen, two
great-grandchildren .. It a mourn a
sisters Mrs. Rachel Butler, and
O. D. Thomas of 930 NW 42ndSt.
WRIGHT SR. Mrs. Lennie Dix two Wrothers,
., died Dec. 14, at Cloverleaf Joseph and Hillary Emglish.
CARD OF THANKSThe who departed this life Decem- Hospital. He was a victim of accidental neices and nephews. Funeral

ber 21, 1057. drowning. He is sur- services Saturday, 3:30: p.m.,
vived by one daughter, two In the Chapel I with Rev. L. A.
Only God knows how.much we testers, Mrs. Lula M. Grls&om Thompson officiating,
miss you, and Alice Williams; five

Never shall your memory fade mothers, Carl, George, T. T,
Loving thoughts shall always Elzle and Willie. IN I MEMORIAMIn

wanderTo Funeral 'services were held

the spot whera you were Thursday, 3:00: p.m Range Memorial ... loving memory of our dear

laid. Chapel, ,Rev. ,A., C. Mo- sister,
Sadly missed zell officiatingIrona SYBIL HOGAN
I J. C. Wright and Family who passed away December'11,
McCray of 11300 SW 1954. . :f'
216th St., died Dec. 15, a victim No one knows how much ,we

of accidental drowing. He miss you, '
Note of ThanksWe He was'Aww tE. t etaoletao No one knows the bitter pain

was a-tatudent. at Mays High We have suffered since we lost t!
the family of the late School, Survivors are three you,
'tI Samuel J. Counts, Sr., who departed sisters;' MrsT. Jacquelyn Harvey, Life has never been the same,

i :' f this life at 11:40: a.m. Joyce McMilllan and Minnie R,, In our hearts your memory Once agate, as Christmas

Dec. 5, 1963, acknowledge with McCray; ;*two brothers, John ,lingers, l remember the
grateful appreciation the var and ,Luther; McCray.merarservlces Sweetly, tender, fond and true, come, we
ious expressions of sympathy will be held No day passes our dear one, i story of the Star of the East

from our many friends. Your Friday, 2:00: p.m.at Goulds That we do not think of you. that led the Three Wise Men

letters, cards, telegrams and Baptist Church, Rev.. Graham Sadly missed by Christ
.1 beautiful flowers helped to sus- officiating Mrs. Gladys Sands, sister to the Mange pi the

y tain and comfort us in our hourof Mrs. Louise Roberts, sister cind.. May this same Star

Mrs Elsadie Meredith, Sis.
sorrow.A .
family of the late Ro- ,Wilfred E. Duncombe, o! Bethlehem guide you to_

land Eugene Sanders who de- special l thanks to GreaterSt. CARD OF THANKSThe W brother world o! happiness.

.parted this life Nov. 30, 1963, Paul AME Church, Rev. And nieces and nephews I '
wish to thank our neighborsand Temperance Wright, pastor, family of the late, VARSITYBARBER ',
friends for cards, flowers, Rev. Richard Campbell ,of St.
SUSAN CROSS INCARNATIONRev.
telegrams and all other kindnesses John AME Church,. South MIami THE
shown us during our and Rev. Sneade of Ft. ; SHOP
vho passed In Phlladephla on Theodore Jones, vicar I
H' bereavement., Thanks also to Lauderdale. Also, to ire facUlty :-- 13, wish to take this r rlov. Rev.. H. E. S. Reeves, deacon .

,3 Rev. Theodore .Roddy, St. and students of Carver- nethod of expressing their Sunday, Dec. 22 8 a.m. HARRY, SMITH, t"torW4LTER'
,,'James AME Church and the Jr.-Sr.' High School, to Mrs. ilncere, thanks to the many Mass and sermon; 9:30, Sunday
i( Range Funeral, Home. Olive Alexander and membersof "rlends and neighbors for"cards, '..Shool11 a.iri." Solemn SungMess CAIIT EIXJB;
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Mrs. Ella ''Wooden, mother the Board of Directors and elegrams and floral pieces- sent and sermon; '6 'p.m. Ser- ., DAVID SNYDEft1 i' :' _
5' Mrs. Annie Wooden, grand- staff of James E. Scott Com- 'o them, also the'many kind- vice of Carols and. Nine Les-
munity Assoc:, and to Mr. Eugene I nesses shown during their hour ,sons. WILLIAM 8TROMAN,._
mother
,1 9 Marcia, E. Kemp and employees; of bereavement. May God bless December 24- 11 p.m. Mid- ..
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; Johnny.Cllnt. 6540 N,W. 15th 'Are.CARDSMEMOR .'
of the 'of |
Housing' Authority all.
| Doris, Eloine, Barbara, you night Mass, procession and sermon -
L... *. Billy ,and Panlel; sisters the City of Miami. 1 Mrs. Margaret Rollins, 'I ; Dec. 25. 11 -a.m. Sung
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. < FOR RENT I ?
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1963 PAGE 21

FURNISHED 2-bedroom house, HOMES HOMES HOME
1291 NW 55 Terr Very attrac- 1
J tive with big yard. Call
696-4245. Direct From OwnerNO


$15 WEEK includes utilitiesand CLOSING, COST NO EXTRA CHARGES
furniture. Adults only. 4719
NW 15th Ct. rear. I
534 NW 52nd Street
FOR RENT SALE OR LEASE.

Modern, good restaurant Investment., well Beer equipped and- Home (that's a beauty) plus lovely one bedroom.

wine license available. Long rental in rear. Large lot, lovely yard, main house

terms. 18069 Homestead Ave. has huge Fla. room, carpeting, air condition. $450
Perrine, call CE 5-9987 or CE
5-40-10.( D28 total down, $14,000 total price
I I
LARGE ROOM, private entrance 535 NW 52nd Street
FUR SALE FOR SALE convenient location, t
prefer quiet working person. 3-bedroom, porch, carport, 2-crtr garage. All on a

UVE LIKE: : A KING for $70 a MOVE IN NOW $6 down, $75 Call 751-0294. I lovely park-like setting. $11,000 total price. $350

month. CfcS 2 bedtoom, oak month. Open 1 to 5 p.m. SUn- 3-BEDROOM HOUSE. 3011% down. ($500 free new furnituro as a Christmas
floOrs,. tile roof plUs extr s. day, 1168 NW 47th St. PhoneHI :NW 56th St. Phone NE 5-8970.
$4tk) down, $12,200 total price. 688-4853, I bonus). Hurry on this.
Key at News Realty, Inc. 4600 5-BEDROOM unfurn. house
NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655. Wishing' everyone a very 1980 NW 55 St. Phone NE 1138 NW 37th Street

Merry Christmas and a Happy 3-9980. I
NO QUALIFYING Fully New Year from the A. Ben- I $9,500 total price with only $300 down, not one'
furnished CBS duplex! In bent Kori's. ROOM In private home for a CBS Florida
location in Manor Park. Owner nice man, 1473 NW 70 St. OX penny more. Fully furnished carport,

,will sell at FHA valuation TOVE IN. No qualifying, 1-0425. I room, breakfast room. $77 month.
without any red tape. Price is S10.500; total. Like new 2-bed- I
$12,000, ,$1,600 down and only room CBS, best area, cash talks. FURNISHED 2-room apt for 741 NW 77th TerraceCBS
$85 will everything! The \. Ben-Korl Realtor, 714 NW i single person or young couple,
side pay ">2 St. Nites PL 9-5333, days PL near Grandwav and buses, 1225 doll house, 2-bed ooms, 2 baths' good for small
furniture and appliances a r eVery 1-3431. NW 56th St. 7578228. I
good. This is an outstanding : I family. Carport MId Florida room. $300 down, $75 ,

opportunity. Life Realty, 2 HOUSES for $500 down, one ROOM with private bath for a month. Move right in. '
4032 t- NW 7 Ave. PL' 9-4371.-" "ented and one vacant. ',ror ,you. I nice couple.' 025" NW ,52nd, 'St." } .
Best area, seller pays your PL' 74767. See Saturday Open Sunday Call
losing costs. A. Ben-Korl,
FULLY FURNISHED 3-bed-
Realtor, 714 NW 62 St. Nltes $20 SIX ROOM unfurn. house,
WI 5.9886
room CBS with separate garage Owner Direct
2229 NW COth St. HI 6-1260.
PL 9-5533 PL 4-3431.
awnings, stove, refrigerator days
washing machine. Price $20 LARGE G-room unfurn.
Is S250; DOWN month : LKk KKKKK! tK<<'CtClClC'ClClClClClICIC
$13,500$400 down and $81 $77 pays house, free lights and water, .tKKKKKKKKK"KKKKKKKKKKKKKK
month. Life Realty, 4932 NW ill for this very nice 2-bedroom 4528 NW 33 Ave. III 6-1266. i.....+FfN.NN11.H+......... ........ ..... .....#..N'.'
7 Ave PL 9-4371. Open even- CBS Very large living and dinIng -
days and evenings. room, big kitchen with 2 STORY CBS 1% lots zoned \
equipment. $11,500 total. Best business, can lie financed. Suit- SHELL'S BEST BUYS '
rea. A. Ben Korl, Realtor, 714 able doctor, lawyer, sales crew I
BEST LOCATION in Manor NW 02 St. Nites PL 9-5533, office, many others. 631-0018.
Park. Lovely CBS, tile roof, days PL 43431.BEAUTIFUL -0- ,
awning windows, fenced yard. I WE HAVE': SEVERAL APTS.,
garage, stove, refrigerator, wall furnished o" unfurnished from Large CBS 3-bedroom, 2 bath, Florida room, front
to wall Price Is CBS Fla.
carpeting. room,
$11.000, $350 down and $68 new kitchen with built-in expensive $50 month.Fenster Cull Realty porch, hardwood floors, tile roof, carport, stove and

month. Life Realty, 4932 NW 7 stove and refrigerator, 1260 NW 02ml. St. PL {9-8779 refrigerator. Only $450 down, $13,800 total.
Ave. PL 9-4371. Open Sundaysand : awnings, garage, plus extra
evenings.NO CBS workshop house with extra ----0---- I
bathroom and outside patio,
sprinkling system with beautiful FOR SALE Lovely 2-bedroom screened! porch, tile roof, carport, '
QUALIFYING 3-bed- yard. Big bargain for $450 i All this for
room CBS with income unit In down only $14,500 total. A.enKorl appliances, air condition, barbecue pit.
back and extra lot. All the Realtor. 714 NW 62 $100 Down only $300 down, $9,500 total ,Owner pays closing
rooms are very large and the St. Nites PL 9-5533, days PL
house! Is immaculate. Price is t-3431 3318 NW 68th St. costs.

only ftll.OOO and the payments -oNo .
nre $81 per month. Life Realty BEAUTIFUL Corner 2-bbd- A cute home on nicely
4932 NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. room, Manor Park area. Drive fenced lot. In good neigh. qualifying on ,this 3-bedroom beauty. Jalousied
Open Sundays and evenings. by 4930 NW 8 Ave. then call ,us
for particulars. Fenster Realty borhood, no qualifying. front porch, carport, stove and refrigerator. Only.
12CO NW 62 St. PL $100 down and move in to
9-8779. $8,500 total, $500 down.
FHA TERMS Lovely corner day. Payments less than
house: fenced and
landscaped completely yard, large Florida CUSTOM BUILT deluxe duplex rent Don pas this buy -- -
2-bedrooms each side.
room wall to wall carpeting. baths. Tile up. Owner at PL 72586. MANY OTHER, GOOD BUYS
!separate garage, beautiful inside Beautifully landscaped, Newly decorated inside and
FHA or conventional terms. To
and out. $300 down and
out.KKrKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKy. -0-
call the 634-C333.
see owner,
P TV FHA payments. Key at
Tlfe' Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH
**!, 91-4371. Open evenings and ROOM In private home. $7.50
each. 1515 NW 68 St. OX SEASON'S GREETINGS
Sundays 1-17690. SHELL REALTY

to ,the friends of
NO CLOSING COSTS 3-bed- FOUR 1 BEDROOM CBS 758.5551
rnnmae. ; garage, new ipt. building. In excellent con- Craft 4260 NW 7th Ave.

"-%&,1 \,hardwood. freshly floors painted, appliances., refinish- 'lltlon 1825 NW and 30th nicely Ave.. TU located 8-1585.' at Beauty ... > . . . . > . . ** . ........... ............-..

TP-W 'fq $9.500, only $100 down Jll Beauty Salon
"' nrt $77 ner month. Life Realty, I
""H2 NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. SAINTS AND SINNERS CLUB 6856 NW 15th Ave. Ford Real Estate' Specials
.n evenings and Sundays. 1,200? one half down other
machine take In
interests,
Phone 631-0018. OX 19541GREETINGS a.IIJI hAA>J J.I.It Jtoll: II II).II t II JlJlII r JlIII1J1 JlJtJ.IIJlJlIIJI III
WHAT A BUY. Lovely homp more.

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floor and carport $100 down Will take care of small child- Ragsstaar oJt x sans 11 fs+JI+>htnaaataa))JlJlJtJlJlJlJlJlC"
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_. nR55! IIKLP WANTED 1-1855 NW 43rd Street. $50 down, $17- week.

'NFR BEAUTY, CBS 3 ART OR FULL TIME. Wig Small house for small family.

hA4rrom oak (floors tile roof -epresentatlves, nationally advertised 21902 NW 51st Terrace. $100 down, $25 week:
Anti 'araae. $450 down. $83 wigs. Excellent com-
month. Key at News Realtv. missions. Established lead. Large 4.bedroom home. .
Tnr 4600 NW 7 Ave. PI Call JE 2-1180.
4 (O,.,))5. 3-4612 NW 16th Ave. For rent, furnished apt. '
$18 week. No children. We pay water, lights, gas:
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3-BEDROOM
5-1735 NW 68th Street. $500 down. ,
borne with Fla. room oak s
floors carporte and appliances BURNISHED bedroom du- Brand new 3.bedroom home.
$400 down, $85 month. $12,500 "lex. Adults. Will take small down. Income
total price. Kev at News Real- "hlld to 3 years old Phone MU 6-1141 NW 50th Street. $200
tv. Tnc. 4600 NW 7 Ave. PL 1 -0325. property. Near busline. .

4.r.5.:; '' TO ALL 7-7720 NW 13th Ave. Brand new 3-bedroom home..
-bedroom: house with living U
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LARGE HOME, 3-bedroom. oom, dining room, kitchen OUR FRIENDS $500 down. p.

ranch !style! large lot, FHA ap- vlth refrf and stove, plus 8-2763 NW 57th Street. :3-bedroom home.
proved. $too down. It's a beautY nv'rte and mrtlv furnished. WILLIE'S
,, Call us now to show. Adults. 6VX) N\V 8th Ave. / / 0 We ere open Saturday and Sunday ;t '
Fenster ,Realty Gulf Service Stations .
1260 NW 62nd St. PL 9-8779 ONE BEDROOM (urn. .s 1th
yard and porch. Call OX 1-2/136. No. 1 :5201' N\V 27th 1\\"'". Ford Realty Inc.

UPHOLSTERED arm chair, ,
and tables, porch rugs, glass DUPLEX APT., beautiful and No. 2 2352 NW 46th 8t. ,
furniture Iar""-. Two, bedrooms, unfutrn.,
Iron wrought tables, .
bench, bridge table> four chairs landscape adults only. To ...see No. 3 M29 W 17th Ave.t 569 N.W. 54th Street Ph. 758.8761
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FEATURED DANCERS MERRY CHRISTMAS

Pictured are GraTheryn Chis-
holm and Katy Fife, as they T .
appeared In the North Da eChlldreu's
Theatre production,
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Theryn and Katy arc the talented -
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Grady Chisholm and Mr and
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Demonstrations
2 Named To Forand, who was with Chase
Federal Savings and Loan As- Resumed in
Roosevelt S&L Board

Dr. Elmer A Ward, president served sociation as {executive vice years president has- Jackson, Miss: WE wish that we could convey to you
at Roosevelt since Its Jackson Miss. Six members deep, how sincere are our
congratulates two neWcomers opening July] 4. l of the branch of NAACP
for of this
to the Roosevelt board. defied a state court injunction wishes you.r deep enjoyment
John B. Orr, Jr., chairmanof Casselhorf Is a partner In I Issued this summer against de holiday in some more tangible way. But
Roosevelt the board of directors: of he Certified PuWIc Accountingfirm monstrations and resumed pro we arc happy to take this opportunity tog
Pavings and Loan of Wallach and Cassel- test picketing against the seg- Christmas "
Association this week announced horf, a director of Temple Israel legationlsts policies of the city say-itA Very Merry .
the election of Paul R. Fo- of Greater Miami and a administration
rand and Jesse Caasselhorf as director of University Labora- Police promptly arrested the George K. San ds, D.D.S.
new members of the board. tories, Inc. demonstrators and charged: 1602_ N.W. Third Avenue 374.2665
each with violating: ordinances
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arrested while
carrying signs protesting dis-
7 crimination were the Misses
Stella Harrington, 22; Theresa .
Easley, 31; Nina Mae Benson
38; Mattle Mao Jackson 21;
Geneva Rucker, 41; and Minnie
Jewel Kiland 29. ,
Charles Evers, Mississippi
State' NAACP field secretory,
said demonstrations would con
tinue until racial differences .
AN 1t Mf were settled I
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until the maypr meets withus
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months and he hasn't met with
us" he added.
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mass! demonstrations this sum-
mer during which Mcdgar Mary Elizabeth Hotel
Evers, brother of Charles, was
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take this method of thanking dered In preparation for the
' the many relatives and friends wedding.The .
for their thoughtfulness following ceremony was performed .
the wedding of her daughter by Father Theodore Gibsonat
Carol L., to Earnel R."Hanna St. Agnes Episcopal Church,

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