The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: January 4, 1964
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00144

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John Kennedy Fellowships Offered to I -'"-, f kI

Upgrade Education in Negro-- Schools I :,. t tf j .

Top Teachers to or assist regular teachers and I' Live within the attendancearea o .
inject their "enthusiasm and of the Dade school to
Work desire to progress" into Negro which they are assigned and : i \
Here For
l school faculties. assist with the after-school educational '
and recreational pro- k : : '
$250 a MonthThe Florida teaching certificateswill grams at the nearest of the '
not be required but the county's 11 community schools.
Dade School Board wll! recruits must ,graduate from a Gordon wrote, In c memorandum )
he ,asked at Its next meeting tc university or college in 19GI, to other members:
establish 100 John F. Kennedy and stand in the top quarter of I '1
Memorial Fellowships for their senior class. "We have to raise!=: all our
young college graduates whcncrree Agree to serve in the Dade school: standards and achieve-
to teach In the county's school system for the entire ments if we are going to pro- ,
Negro schools for one year. 19GM35- school year at a salaryof duce people who can cope with ., '
$250 a month (for 10 the unknown problems of the ,' '. ', I
;tack D. Gordon, board member months) plus round trip fare 1980s and 1990s, to say nothingof : ,.,.t
said Monday he will pro- from their present homes.A the 21st century. ta.4 N
pose the Peace Corpstypeplan ,? '/o
Jan. 8, asking the board \
to endors It "In principle" and .
direct Supt. Joe Hall to report UNDERTAKERS BATTLE OVER
his ideas to Implement... it by
Jan 32.Gordon.

envisions talented BODY OF DEAD WOMANCharging pal ,

young people accepting posi- t
tions $250 a month to teach ;:
at ,
each other with as- body to the hospital where an
_. _._. sault and battery after a fracas autopsy showed the cause of
w and dispute over the removal death natural. '" ""
of a corpse, two undertakers -
went to court Tuesday. Manker tried to pick up the 1"I
body at the county morgue I
William E. Manker, 31, of next day, but Barber got there @ 'k\
the Manker Funeral Home, first. The Judge fined' Barber .
t I told Municipal Judge RichardS. $10.
trd ., Hickey, "I was Just drivingby "In the future, gentlemen, Jacqueline Smith pretty 17-venr-old dnutthter of J j
,when I saw a police car In act more like morticians" instead Mr and him Dennis Smith, spent tho Christmas holidays
.' front ,of the house. of prize fighters, the .
) judge said. hero with parents.
"The officer said somebody -,, } .
was sick in there and I '
,.thought. Ik.might. ,be.. of service.". 00'-

I ;that However Mrs. Betty Manker Harvey'discovered of 1101 (Expressway to Get Moving' Again :" ,1:

NW 00th St. was' dead. And
xt after consulting with her husband 29th to 20th Street ] partment interstate highwayadministator : ,- -..-
., had him :sign a form to said, "We've spent \ .
release' the body. a solid year trying to develop a Negro Jockey At.
Work UnderwayThe plan which would be accepted I
1 1"" At this time a hearse from by the Bureau of Public Roads: 0
.. the? House of Albert Funeral State Road Department and Dade County Now that: we Tropical Rides
Home, driven by John Barber, in Tallahassee ordered rush. have It, we're going ahead as
-49, of 1215 NW 05th St. arriv- Job Tuesday, to complete the fast as we can.'t DoubleRobert
ed on the scene. Miami North-South Expressway. -.
Federal state and county McCurdy, sensational
The two men exchanged hot officials approved a draft of the 22-year-old apprentice Jockey
word, and Manker' explained, The target date for letting plan Monday and Jay Brown, from Atlantic City, rode winners -
"all of a sudden he struck me the first contract for the extension state highway engineer handed In both halves of the dally
three time- All I did was hold of the existing north out assignments to the four double nt Tropical Park Mon j
his hands." leg from NW 20th St. to 20th St. consultants! Tuesday 1
said he was set for July 1001. Engineers : 2.0-mlle day.McCurdy broke Etta[ C on t
reportedly divided the
Rartter} Brown '
was summoned by the family, who will draw the detail project among, the engineersand top in the first race and opened
and Manker tried to push him' ed plans were told that the last set deadlines for tho completion a commanding lead to hold on
:: lea* off the premises. of the construction contracts of the work. Other details t to win by a neck over Rose
the must he let in 19GO.( will be worked out as the Elizabeth, The winner paid
An ambulance from coun- road de- plans get underway I $20.20In
took the William T. Mayo,
ty medical' examiner the second race: ho got
-. ----- Brcnda's Gift off winging and
I romped homo by nine lengths ,
N i4 to reward his backers with an ;

UM TO HIRE NEGRO PROFS? I: 8.40 paid: 13100.payoff, The 2-0 double 1 1

class at Univer- responses to make It accurate -
sociology I I
sity of Miami is trying to find I /. he said.Harlem:: BOB HAYES BURNS 9.1 AGAIN

out what the student ,Uody and Bullet Bob Hayes FAMU Hayes came within one-
faculty think about hiring a sprinter! deluxe, burned up the 'tenth-of a,second of tying another .,
Negro professor. SlumDwellers University of Miami track New world mark when he recorded 'if''; "

'- A listof 25 statements, all' Bring Dead Year's morning when he equal- a 20.1 In the 220-yard
Margurite stating an 'opinion was mail- led his own world's record of dash running the straight "
y To Bring :Fashions ed this week to 200 ,students! Rats To ,CourtNEW 9.1 for the 100-yard dash, course. The 20-flat record Is 1'
Dave Slme who was
and 100 faculty members. The Hayes was aided by a 6V4 held by ,
Here university ha several Negro YORK Dead rats mile wind, more than the allowable head timer for the meet. I I
Fashion conscious ladies graduate assistant/,but no full were brought to the entranceof 4.40 miles per hour. 'I

(and what lady Isn't 7)), are In time .Negro on the faculty. civil court Monday, by 'two Meredith: To Go To I 1.1
for a real thrill, for the Gamma The answers ,are to ,be graded dozen angry Harlem apartment
dra- PoH Brown Gets$175.affli.Package
dwellers, in an attempt to Nigeria Next
Zeta: Omega Chapter of the Alpha In five categories, ranging
Kippa Alrba Sororltr are from "strongly agree" to matize''' eviction proceedings their ) } .: WAAHINOTON"James 1 1I 1fnrf"fHth.
invitln" the ladles of Miami to v"stronsly dlfagrec." The results -I, brought against by I I the' first Negro jrraduat "' t
Join! them for a look at what are, to be compiled. In ,a 1,landlord. Rip Bob Brown everybody'sAllAmericar of the University of ,Mississippi -
American: Manufacturer11 are month to show how the campus They were stopped at the ; \ gsi:)rd. this xear: has Jnhounced he will
turning out for their Spring- community, feels. ; courtroom door, however by a signed a 25,000 ,.threer-year enroll in Nigeria' Universityof
Summer line.Margurite barricade of more than 15 court package deal 'with' the Phlfa-, Ibadan next fall for graduate
Belafonte. recently Dr. Marvin .Taves Junior- attendants.The delphla Eagle Wednesday be- Rtudlcs. T> '
engaged by the International ,senior cIa "in sociology research tenants had said earlier for the fans could clear the In making! the announcement
Ladies Garment Workers' Un- ,' methods., ,save the top- they would trap the rats in ptand: after watching underdog Meredith revealed that he haa "a
ion to coordinate their fashionshown ic.. their buildings for evidence in Nebraska abode Auburn changed hli mind about 'devoting '
1 will brln a, complete The rperon* 'receiving the their drive to force rehabilitation 13-7 in the Orange Bowl. full time to the James Mer'I'' '
h line into Miami for ft showing at questionnaire were selected at of their two tenements on Tb* 0-5 290-pounder wjll edith Educational Fund. He r "
., a benefit for Handicapped! random; 'Dr.: Taves said. All E. 117th St., I pet that amount In bonuses .aid- he Is convinced that ;the .:;, Children and the 'Scholarship Audit .. the answers! will be confidential They have refused to pay I and salary for three year from government m"sthancl1..- \,1\4 ) '
t t 7 fund"at, the Sunday.Dadc County Jan 12, 1AF4!- and the results will be their rent until living conditions. the. NFIy club,which);raadp *him TT1 I Job*' of .w-pvldlnfr-ed\icaUon' i 1". .
at torum'4 p.m.on w .- published -Ifwe ;jcet' enough are Improved. I I their No. 1 draft choice. the underprivileged.
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Albert D. Moore chairman Miami chapter of CORE vows
freedom this
fight against: dIscrimination. We want oomplete Pun Phun
year said Moore James Reid named to Metro Renewal Agency.
Reid was a former public housing official and a newsman by Phil OssoferRemembei4
Franklin Federal Savings and Loan Association offers free giftson ,
new accounts of $100 or more Among 18 members appointedto ."'11" ........111I..,II'''''I .I ,; '_..
i-letro Community Relations Board are Dr. John O. Brown, what Khrushchev
Dr. George A. Simpson and Dr. Elmer Ward. Other members of said? "We will bury -"
the Board are Rt Rev. James Duncan, Dr. Joseph, Rabbi Temple meaning us capitalists. you Now
--- ...- -- --- Israel; Luther C. Pierce, secretary of the Greater Miami Councilof that the Communists'
IF. E. 8IGI8MUXD\ REEVES, Editor and Publisher Churches; William Baggs, editor of Miami News; Edward Swen. is in the red farm
program (where
'f' GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor son, senior vice president First National Bank of Miami, ; John else?) and the' wheat shortage
011 Co. John C. Harrison
R. Turner, division manager City ; has
Member! of the National Newspapers Publishers Association M. H. Harrison Construction Corporation; Robert Macnt, ning crop-ped to understand up, I'm what begin-

president of Jordan Marsh; Stanley C. Myers, Attorney StuartW. meant. he
'ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX 'MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 Patton, Attorney Roberto Suerto, past president of Chamberof The U. S. Commerce Depart-
Commerce of Cuba.
ment has issued two licenses
Entered Second Class Matter, August 0, 1027 at the Post Officeat totaling 40.6 million
Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 JULY A triple killing and suicide in Richmond Heights for the export of wheat dollars,.
wiped out the entire Pogue family. It was really a very sad case to
Main Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1-0421 Some Dade teachers were under fire over stolen National Examination Russia. So now we can see how
Downtown Office: 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR 3-2236 Questions. Nikita will bury us. It will be
with money. I'll bet his com-
"CREDO OF TilE NEGRO PRESS" AUGUST. White and Negro families send a ton of cloth- munistic face is redder than
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead the Ing to Mississippi Negroes A. D. Moore, CORE chairman, reports ever!
that money was also given to rent a truck to deliver the To Paraphrase Shakespeare
world from racial and national antagonism when It accords to
Youth burns death under pick truck Aug- "S-wheat the
regardless creed or color his human and I clothing to a up are uses of
man or race
every man-the Negro Press I ust 28 is the date of the memorable, mammoth March on Washington adversJtv I think I know whv
legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no
strives to help every man in the firm belief that all men are Miami integration leaders organized a Freedom Trainto their farm program has failed.
hurt as long as anyone is held back.Reviewing. take Miamians to that March CO Miamians marched. First, ; they concentrated on
burying us Instead of burying
SEPTEMBER Eight Florida counties report they have seeds. Second, rather than em-
1963When integrated schools Dade County has 32 Integrated schools phasize wheat, they picked
Head-on collision kills three Miami Women Miami welcomes corn propaganda "corn."
Cubans, but cannot see way to admit Haitians CORE'S J, 0. The only grain they came up
this column was written last year Ye Editor Brown 'says a law Is needed to protect merchants who want to with was ml-gralne; a harvestof

began by saying the year 1962 is all but ended, with just treat all people alike but cannot do so unless all Businesses fol headaches.No .
two days left. I low the same policy. wonder their farm program -
is In the red. This should
This year it is being written on New Year's Day 1964 OCTOBER FAMU student, Patricia Stevens gets six teach Nikita to be a grower,
So here is wishing our friends, patrons and advertisers months and a fine of $1,000 for contempt of court by disobeyinga not a growler. He made a wltt-
court order restricting demonstrations Judge Ben Wills found less threat which was followedby
New Year.
and .
a happy ,
very prosperous 156 Negro and white students guilty Milton "Butterball" Smith a wheatless crop. Now his
As customary Ye Editor will look over the file of becomes the first member of his race to achieve the position of falling farm program is a bar-

the Miami Times and recall with you some of the impor- I station executive making and implementing policy as assistantto rier to his role as a 'buryer. He
,tant events of 1963. the president at WMBM and WMVJ-FM, Miami Beach. Narcotic knows that without wheat, he's
agents arrest six in a local heroin ring. They were taken beet! (That's red, too.)
We began our 1963 Notebook by wondering if our In a A famine would end Nik's

,'Metro commission would run more smoothly than' it did raid.NOVEMBER ii fame In Russia. After all:
;:in 1962. Crane falls and kills J. R. Collins, 44yearold An empty larder
railroad worker James T. Bowman a resident of South Makes it harder
Well, Metro had pretty tough going in 1963, but Miami, was appointed a member of the South Miami Planning For domination.

:weathered the storm very well indeed, although there Board Attorney James W. Matthews appointed as associate Of the population!
have been some charter changes. Municipal Judge of .the city of Opa-locka Joseph Bradshaw.
70, beaten to death in parking lot of the Seaboard Airline Rail TEMPLE BAPTIST
JANUARY The International Association of Police Chiefs road Curtis Staggers, 30, was beaten to death with a 2x4 pieceof
conducted a county-wide police survey. Sheriff Tom Kelly was lumber In an argument with Isaac Andrews Now comes the Temple closed out 1963 witha
fighting: his dismissal. The Episcopal Church In the Diocese of most tragic occurence of the year 1963. The brutal assassinationof fine spirit. Preceding the
South Florida, the Rt. Rev. Henry L. Louttlt began "A Crusade'of our beloved president, John F. Kennedy on November 22 In Watch Night services, the various -
Faith" at the Dade County Auditorium, ran for five days thru Dallas, Texas. auxiliaries made splen-
January 31 and was quite successful Dade County Crime Com- did annual report! at the annual -

mission, Daniel Sullivan, director, claimed that one-third of DECEMBER South Florida AME's 73rd Conference. conference. The following
Miami's burglaries; are not Investigated. Sullivan had some figures Bishop W. F. Ball presiding bishop, was held at Bethel AME brethren were recommendedfor
ordination the
but Chief Walter Headly denied the charge.On to :
Miami Still fresh
on your minds is the annual Florida George E. Hepburn, Reubin
January 9, one hundred years of freedom observed The Orange Blossom Classic held on Dec. 14. Rattlers defeat Morgan Hepburn. and Alfred Dean.
Greater Miami chapter of the American Jewish Committee Council State 30-7 Sunday evening, Dec. 22 a memorial program as The Rev. O. A. Pratt, who Is
of Community Relations had a panel discussion at Everglades the final formal tribute to President Kennedy, thus ending the on the faculty of a Board of
Hotel. "Wasted 30 days of national mourning proclaimed by President Education
Subject: Human Resources. Panelists: Lyndon School in Nassau,
Martin Fine, Miami Housing Authority; Rev. Theodore Gibsonof Johnson Roosevelt Savings and Loan Association reports top- Bahamas, and who was visiting
NAACP; Howard McMillan, supervisor Elementary School; ping the $2,000,000 mark. Commendable after only 5V4 months his family, was the speaker for
James Whitehead of the Urban League and Mrs. Juanita Greeneof operation Lucky Tropical Park winners get $24,120.60 twin ,the service. The invocation was
the Miami Herald We began paying five cents postage fora ,double, but after the four were through squabbling, plus Uncle ,offered by the Rev. H. O. Fer-
letter and eight cents if by airmail Mt. Hermon AME Sam's cut, plus attorneys fees, No. 1 will get $8,300 and the trio guson.
Church dedicated new edifice Miami Times host to National $1,800 each. After all that's not so bad an Investment Miami This Sunday choirs will serve
Newspaper' Publishers Association. Meeting held at Hampton pays tribute to President Kennedy In Memorial Service at Bay- jointly. The Lord's Supper will
House. President Gore, guest speaker Dr. Eugene Youngert front Park Auditorium Miami Branch NAACP organizes a be administered both morningand
speaker at King of Clubs 30th annual forum. Women's Auxiliary Mayor Robert King High enters the race evening.
for governor of Florida Seven prominent Miamians cited for
FEBRUARY Tallahassee desegregates. ; lunch counters. work In Civil Rights struggle. ,TilE DARK CONTINENTMy
CORE had been picketing and sitting-In for a period of two
years St. Luke's Baptist Church, Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor Having concluded the 1963 review Ye Editor makes bold to father came. to this land
leaves old church at 6th Ave., moving into a beautiful new edifice say that there was some progress made along interracial lines long ago
at 54th Terrace and 18th Ave Mt. Tabor Baptist Church In employment and otherwise. It is his opinion that wthout In search of freedom. How was
Rev Pundy! Brown, pastor !broke ground for a new building at doubt Dade County leads the South at present. There Is still a he to know
a cost of more than $90,000 Post Office The same distrust that' he had
reports employing more room for improvement and he believes Miami will keep the ball
than 100 Negroes In helping President Kennedy's Equal Opportunity rolling.. He hopes this opinion will be shared by the majority of left behind
Program Hagen Eason becomes first Negro supervisorat Miamians. Was present here, afflicting all
Miami Post Office Attorney and Mrs. Henry Arrlngton mankind?-
Mr. and Mrs Garth C. Reeves:; and Rev and Mrs. Edward Or Still he was sure that time
T. Graham are guests at the White House on February 12. The aaaaaaaaaaAaaaaaaaaa>waaaaaaa aaaaaa>ts aa>u *aaaan would make them see

reception was honoring the 100th anniversary of the Emancipation His kinship: one with all humanity -
Proclamation and President Lincoln's birthday Earl Car- ,
,roll becomes the first Negro since Reconstruction Days to quall- HOMES HOMEDirect Regardless of the color of his
,fy for the Florida Legislature I The Rev. Theodore Gibson skin.
president! of Miami NAACP appointed a member of the National From He lived in hope, but died as
'Board of Directors Rev. Edward T. Graham, Atty. James W. : Owner hope grew dim.
'Matthews and Atty. Harold Braynon qualify as candidates for I He asked for bread they offer
Dade County 12 new legislative seats. : NO CLOSING COST NO EXTRA CHARGES ed him stone.

I love this land; yet, I am all
With 20 candidates In the race Earl Carroll ran : alone.I .
second with 7,853.: The winner In his group polled 23,797 votes.I 534 NW 52nd Street walk
aone I alone to-
Rev. Graham polled 10,131 in his 1 pray
group; Atty. Matthews, 6,434; : night.Dear .
Atty. Braynon 5,205 in his I group Robert Burke BTW school I Home (that's
a beauty) plus lovely
teacher, won two science grants, totaling: $4,500 FSTA 73rd one bedroom God! I cannot help It if
convention held In Miami. Samuel A. Hunter, president Roose- rental in rear. Large lot, lovely yard, main house my skin Is white!

velt Savings and Loan Association announces Its opening date : has hug Fla. room, carpeting, air condition. $450 -by 1\IAI'7.C1mra
July 1 Metro seeks
as $40,000,000 for Urban .
Kennedy pays tribute to the Negro Press United States President j: total down; $14,000 total price. . . . . . ..

,Supreme Court throws out the conviction of Rev. Theodore j Painting Contractor
Gibson sentenced to six months Imprisonment and a fine of
$1,200 for refusing to produce the membership list to a Florida j 535 NW 52nd Street
Legislative Committee. Greater Miami Ministerial Alliance In a WARNER MINES
letters; blasts F. P. L. Co. and Southern Bell Telephone for their 3-bedroom, porch, carport, 2-c* garage. All on a

Jimcrow practices In hiring'employees.. lovely park-like setting. ,,$11,000 total price. $350 :

APRIL -' First white principal assigned to Negro Jr. High down. ($500 free new furniture as a Christmas i

.School In Dade County 1300 attend Easter_Egg Hunt at Manor bonus). Hurry on this.
.e Park Episcopal Church holds 4th annual Dlocessan Convention
at Deauvllle Hotel, Miami Beach. I-

..-. : 741 NW 77th TerraceCBS

student Lee Brown wins Silver Knight Award More than loll house, 2-bedYooms, 2 baths, rood for small

$1,000,000 subscribed as Roosevelt Savings and Loan Association t family. Carport and Florida room. $300 down, $75

""organ1z month.. Move right in. !fl .4
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JUNE A ;policeman was caught holding \ip a filling station i \
at 1133 NW 54th St. He was arrested by Officer Willie Nicholson See Saturday Open Sunday Call I..OI.-d and InanrrdBy

,_ Dade School Board affirming Its faith in Democracy reports City and fotintr '
'that integration assignments are now made without regard to Owner Direct WI 59886KKV Service
;? 'ing' over n'' mbtfrs fifainc.' 6f 18 ;arrests made 15,Were Cubans t FRER EATiMATS'
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YORK, -The Rev. and field and pulpit and play- groups. lie has neither the MIAMI TIMES, MIAMI, FLA. '
Martin\ Luther King Jr.. who ground, in kitchen and in class .I quiet brilliance nor the sharp 1j
became to millions black and room. administrative capabilities' of SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1964 G.E.3

white, In South and North, the NAACP's Roy Wilkins lie has ... .._ .'
symbol of the Negro revolu- "The U. S. Negro, shedding none of the sophistication of r ,
tion In 1903, will be named Man I the thousand: fears that encum the National Urban League's march has disheartened some spect and trust, und? become
of the Year tomorrow by the bered his generations, made Whitney Young Jr., lacks Negroes. In fact, says Time, 1 part of the U. S., leadership'community.
editors of Time The 'Weekly 1063 the year of his outcry for Young's experience in dealing most Negro leaders are wait- ."
News-magazine.. He is the first equality, of massive demonstrations with high echelons of the U. S. ing for the outcome of the civil -I .
Negro! to be so designated since ; of sit-ins and business community. lie has rights bill in Congress, and -- -- I
Time established tho traditionin speeches and street-flghting; of neither the inventiveness of thus are counseling patience 5 Leaders Of Albany
1027 soul-searching in the suburbs CORE'S James Farmer, the until at least the end of Jan.
and psalm-singing in the Jail of SNICK's John are also carefully gaug-
In selecting for the 37th cells. raw militancy They Movement SentencedMACON
the man who "dominated year the Lewis, nor the bristling wit of ing the position of Lyndon

hews of that year and left an "And there was Birminghamwith Author James Baldwin ." Johnson. Ga. Five leadersof

indelible mark-for good or 111- Its bombs and snarling Few can explain the extrardl- King, who has met with the Albany Movement were
on history," "Time's editors report dogs; its shots in the night and nary King mystique, Time says. President Johnson, Is optimistic sentenced in U. S. District Court
King's view of the eventsof death in the streets and in the "Yet he possesses an inexpressible : "I've had a good deal of here on Dec. 23, as a result of
the year: "In 1963, there churches; its lashing fire hoses capacity for empathythat contact with him in the last picketing of a supermarket in
arose a great Negro disappointment that washed human being Is the touchstone of leader several years. He means busi- Albany last spring.. The formal
and disillusionment and along slippery avenues with- ship. By deed and by preach- ness. I think we can expect charge against them was perjury -
discontent. It was the year of out washing away their dignity; ment, he has stirred In his even more from him than we .
Blrmlnlngham, when the civil its men and women pinned to people a Christian forbearancethat have had up to now. I have
rights Issue was Impressed on the ground by officers of the nourishes hope and smo- Implicit confidence In the man, There was an immediate pro-
the nation in a way nothing law. is with test from the National Commit.
others injustice. It an and unless he betrays his past
else before had been able to do. strength "so tenaciously the tee for the Albany Defendants,
inner will
actions proceed on
"All this the
was Negro revolution headed by Dr. Martin L. King
It was the most decisive year Birmingham was its rooted in Christian has made conceptsthat himselfthe basis that we have In the Jr., the Rev. Wyatt Tee Walker,
in the Negro's fight for equali main battleground, and Martin King voice of the White House a man who is" and Hosea Williams.
ty. Never before has there been Luther King Jr., the leader of unchallenged deeply committed to help us.
such a coalition of conscienceon the Negroes In Birmingham, Negro people-and the disquieting whites.- 11UKAKING THE ItAllltllSIlS Those sentenced were Slater
this issue." became to millions, black and conscience of the King, acting president of the Albany -
white, In South and North, the That voice In turn has infusedthe with The Time cover portrait of Movement, who was given
'INERADICABLE CHANGE" symbol of that revolutlon-and Negroes themselves their Martin Luther King Jr., was : h year and a day In prison; the
the Man the fiber that gives revolution Artist Robert Rev Samuel B. Wells, a
Says Time: "In 1063, the cen- of the Year. painted by I year
tenlal of the Emancipation} Pro "TOUCII8TONT OP its true stature.ulTING Vlckrey. An eight-page spread' and a day: ; Miss Jonl Rablno-
clamation, that coalition of con- W\ FOR THE of color photographs of Negroes wltz, white Antioch College stu-
science Ineradicably changedthe successful In many fields accompanies dent, three months to four

course of U. S., life. Nine- King, says Time, "Is In many OUTCOMEThe : the Man of the Year years and Thomas Thomas Chatmon and
Robert suspended
teen million Negro citizens the leader story. ,
ways unlikely of an march on Washington, "a t sentences and five years'
forced the nation to take Southren
new Christain. Leadership No about the
remarkable spectacle, one of one can argue .
stock .of itself in the Congress Conference, a loose alliance of extraordinary physical feats of I
as in the corporation, in factory 100 church-oriented disorganized order, with a state.
or so Negroes in sport or the talentsof Attorney Immediately filed
liners that no amount of plan- those; In the performing orts, notice of appeal to the Fifth
ning could have produced says Time. But the accomplishments U. S. Circuit Court of Appealsat
Loyal Buddies Distribute made Irreversible all that had of Nergoes In more pri- New Orleans. Judge W. A.
I gone before In the Year of the vate vocations Is seldom publicized Bootlc set appeal bonds at
Revolution. In that "Here the! barriers are $5,000 for King;: $3.000 for Miss
Christmas Negro year
Baskets tougher, and the Negro is less Rnblnowitz, and $2,500 apiecefor
says Time, the Negroes made apt to Ue prepared, since to him the others.
The loyal Buddies of Miamiat peas, can of yam, 3 boxes of more gains than they had many such fields! have long
Nona had been arrested
their regular meeting of December Jello, can of fruit cocktail, box achieved In any year since the seemed closed. Yet In science previously except ever for taking:

22 voted to disburse of prunes, package of Oroes, end of the Civil War. But for and education, the professionsand pnrt In Integration activities.

$150 toward Christmas basketsfor package fig Newtons, candy "every torturous Inch gained, I i In business, the armed Albany was the scene of a ;

needy families. Through the canes and peppermint balls and there are miles of progressleft : forces and Government, even In great; upsurge against segregation '
cooperation of Cantor's Whole- 4 large oranges. to be covered.uThe In 1002, during which it
elective Individual
sale Groceries politics, became n symbol of the Integra
arrangementswere The baskets, which many saidto lull in visible civil rights ; Negroes! have broken the tion movement throughout the
made to get all of the nec- have been the finest of their activity since the Washington barriers, earned positions of re-1 world. 1 I'
essary items with the exceptionof kind ever, seen, were then dis- -
bread, milk, eggs and poultry. tributed to deserving families In .
Miami, Liberty City, Coconut AT "t
On Tuesday,Dec 24, the cases Grove and even Richmond Hts. YOUR
of canned foodstuffs were pickedup areas. H COMPLETELY
and brought to the home of I ; INTEGRATED t.
David Marks, chairman of the The members of the basket ROOSEVELT SAVINGS : a
basket committee, where the committee imbued with the INSTITUTION 'I
other committee members consisting spirit of giving and the joy derived SAVINQS A LOAN ASSOCIATION JOHN I. ORR. 1A. ItMII A. WARD
of Atty. O. E.'Graves Jr., therefrom. enjoyed one of CHAIRMANit's 'U.'PIN'' '1
and Sonny Wright, real estate the finest Christmas holidays ,
broker, along with the capable they have known. Many of the 1 1 j
assistance of Buddies Robert families, with 4 and 6 childrenin
Seldon and Sam Sweeting, got the home, received two or Me .
together to assemble the goods. three baskets, depending on .:
their needs.It 44
Each of the baskets containedthe I
following: a 3% lb. chicken, will be recommended to the
a % gallon of Home Milk, one Buddies at their next regular
dozen large eggs, a king size loaf meeting Jan. 12 that this projectbe Anticipated dividend 't
of Dread, 4 lbs. of potatoes, 2 made an annual event, lookIng Jan I 1064 tkit makes I the dlffereace I
forward to Christmas bas
Ibs.' of margarine, lb. of rice, box a
of grits, can of milk, can of ket distribution on a much
soup, can of cranberries, can of grander scale, of at least 100 to OF COURSE YOU GET 0 0 Current 4'/s% Dividend .

I Low Cost Home Loans I


I ''' ACCOUNTS UP TO$10.000 INSURED IV US Equal Job Opportunities for All : ,

i PROCLAMATIONWe AfDAN UAI. GOVERNMENT Mortgages without Discriminationif '.

the officers and membersof and justice for all. t Extra Hours

the Interdenominational Rev. E. T. Graham, president MON..THUR. .......?.... ,10 a.m.-4,.m.
Ministerial Alliance, this HOWl Another MID' AY ", '....... .......? .10 o.......p,....
use .L 1 SATURDAY ......._"....,9....U_
method to communicate to the IIG "PLUS"....
Rev W. F. Savoy, secretary
public that the first of Jan., :

of this year marked the 101st .

,(,,", anniversary of the Emancipation Norman RockwellOn VALUABLE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS FREE \ '

delivered by the then-
President Abraham Lincoln. every time you add $50 to your present 'tOU E1 "',,,,," '

Since that time, many Americans Civil RightsThe account,or when you OPEN A NEW ACCOUNT f .E E ,....:..:,.," ,'" '' i

Negro and white have Negro's fight for school ,

integration is the subject of 100 M.rch.nI. Green Stamp 1
sacrificed to bring about liberty : :
and equal opportunity for all Norman Rockwell's first paint- JOe 200 Merchant Merchant Green Green Stamp tamp* J5

Americans' : regardless! of olor ing for Look Magazine.In OVER $2 000 000 400 Merchant Green Stamp ,
'00 Merchant 0,.... Stamp
or cheer. We. of the Ministerial the current Issue of Look, 600 Merchant Green Stamp $700.

Alliance, Salute the Courageous the famed Illustrator depicts a 700 100 Merchant, Green Stamp' $150.

Americans, especially'our more small Negro girl being escorted In Resources Since July I 4, 1963ROOSEVELT 900 Merchant Merchant Green Green Stamp Stamp ,$400."0.
recent president of the United to school under the protec- 1000 Merchant Green, Stamp $lb0.
States, for the sacrifices they tion of four Deputy U. S. Mar- .. -
have made in behalf of the shals. Splattered against the ..n I' )U ,:;; I I

Negro, and all people every- wall behind her is the mark ofa "11'ml ..1--: 1.111.1 t
where. tomato that has just been ..
thrown. ,. t ;
.M All battles are not fought on the Rockwell will III ?,0 0 .,... Mdt ",." !.
the battle-field. Let the church In future. .AVINC'. A .. b* (.MM "Ml.M.|_|". I"
r and synagogue, home and paint exclusively and periodically i AN / Hn.' 1 < 1000. .......... ..... .fi'j k
,f. school, and every' individualand for Look in the weekly "" .A.r.ry.. .. .' ,
t btoot < (ft)
instltitutlon cooperate to magazine field, t thy> ? magazine 4013 N. W. 7th Anu Mkmi .*.%.Mr to Ik. Mrt< *to to tb W, _M......wedAMtt
mlgh bring about true liberty announced. Phone 754- 651 mi.AR ONO M **Ml" .

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4 SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1964 Prairie View Acclaimed


$500,000 Fishing I 1963 Football Champs-

GA. ;The Panthers dropped the
::-::::;: :::; ::;; ATLANTA, NAIA
Panthers of Prairie View A championship, 33-27, to St
SPEARING and M t College, Texas, have John's College, Collegeville'
been named the 10G3 recipientsof "Minn., In a hotly contested
Derby on Again The W. A. Scott, II, Memorial Camellia Bowl game, Luring
WT; I SPORTS Trophy, annually awarder by the season, Prairie View de..
The 100% Wrong Club, Atlanta, feated Lackland AFB, Jadksoh
Fishing In Florida will carry first three years." to the mythical championshipteam State, Texas Southern! Wiley
":the added lure of cash awards Ily 1IAKUY SPEAR of Nero Intercollegiate Grambling, Arkansas A andM i
of from $25 to $10,000 again in As In previous years, the football, according, to announce Bishop, Alcdrn and
1964. derby will be conducted In ment made this! Week by the Southern.The .
cooperation with the Florida Chris Dunclece came up with Club's president, A L. Thompson. -
The Jos. Schlitz Brewing Game and Fresh Water Fish another one of his pleasing TV Scott Trophy, sponsored -
Company announced this week Commission and the Florida shows by matching Louis Rod- l/y: The Coca-Cola Company,
'that It will sponsor Its $500,000 State Board of Conservationsalt riquez who pounded Skeeter William .1. "Billy" Nicks, Atlanta, Ga., was Initiated a
Florida Fishing Derby for the ( water fish). These two McClure) before 2,508 paid patrons Prairie View athletic director decade ago by The 100% Wrong
fourth consecutive year. As In agencies will tag the 10,000oddfish and a large audience nnd head football coach and Club of The Atlanta Dally
previous years the unique and with all costs defrayed by watching on TV. his star; quarterback Jimmy World In memory of the news-
popular statewide event will be Schlltz. The species of fish to It was the second nationally Kearney, were named "Football paper's founder and first edi-
built around some 10,000 tagged bp tagged and the waters in televised meeting between the Coach": and "Collegiate Player"of tor-publisher, W. A. Scott, II,
.fish, both fresh and salt water, which they are released are ex-welterweight champion and the year, respectively, but an All-American quarterbackat
which will offer anglers oportu- selected by the two state agencies McClure.) And this time the the 100er!. Mr. Nicks' team Morehouse College In the
;nlty for cash catches and add- to 'best serve their research Skeeter, who lost both, was had a 9-0 record for the regular late twenties. The award will
:ed fishing fun and which will: purposes. convinced. season: :; while In post-season! be made In Atlanta on Jan. 31.
give the state Important research compaction his Panthers defeated -
: benefits. Each of the tags Is num- Ilcmalndcr of the Card: Kearney State College, At the 20th annual AIl-Sports
bered and each number has a Willie James T. K. O. D. Wil- Nebraska, 20-7 In an NAIA Jamboree, honors are also:; apt
The Schlitz Fishing Derby corresponding cash value, assigned lie Harris in 10 rounds. Rocky ]) for two other coaches of the
small college
months :; In an Impartial drawing play-off.
will for four
again run
Cartier winner over Sandy year, a professional football
' of four geographical before the opening of the derby. I At Sacramento, Calf., the
In Seabrook in 4 rounds. Stuart player, a sports public relations --
.:zones in the state In 1964, opening The individual tag values are Duncan T K. O. D. Tommy Harper man and the club's all...
Feb. 1, In southeast and $25, $50, $100, $1,000, or $10,000. first round. Duane Simson Southern Intercollegiate Athletic
JfeouthwesUElorlda and. winding One $10OOQ.Jlsh Is released. In decisioned Richie Smith, 4 find out how much effect It Conference. "The"*Pioneer
'. up In north Florida on each of the four zones. rounds. Joe Lassiter K. O. D. will have if they do not televise: Award" and "The Two Friends
lAugust 31. There will be no Ernest Burns, 2nd round. There boxing. The answers: were: It "
Awards, which honor the memory
When a tagged fish Is caught -
will]) help a good deal: ; there
1963 of action all)
the throughthe
;:major changes from was plenty of A. F. Herndon founder
during the d'erby period, the will he more small: clubs open- -
,event. The derby again will be angler must bring It to a show. inc< up and .given the small of The Atlanta: Life Insur-
open to Florida residents and Schlitz wholesaler with tag In- Jack Watson, former referee, fighters a chance.. ance Company, will be announced -
tourists alike, with no "en- Is taking in some of the fights at a later date.C. .
!trance requirements except act.The wholesaler will learn theta here. George T>eb\1 man has a couple -
:that they follow the state's value of the fish:; from of good looking boys knownas E. Gaines, Winston-Salem
fishing regulations. Schlitz Milwaukee headquartersand Bill Kllgore, who defeated the Naple's: Twins-Chip State College, Winston-Salem,
, will see that pertinent Information Jack La-Morta, is here running Johnson: heavyweight, and N. C., and Clifton Anderson,
In the 1963 derby, anglers on the tagged fish Is Al's Bar: NW 2nd Ave., and Whip Williams! a middleweight.Chip Maryland State College, Prin-
came up with 1,895 of the tagged given to the proper fish authori- 45th St.Baron. just stopped Prentice cess Anne, Maryland, are the
: fish and received $58,175 ties for their studies on' fish Pate Is trying to get Snipes! In 9 rounds. Club's "basketball and track
from the J os. Schlitz Brewing some lights for Perfecto Gar-
growth, migration, habitat and coaches for 1963. Grambllng'sWillie
Poor Ike Vaughn, after hundreds -
Company other factors vital to Improving cia who Just defeated Willie i of battles and 13 yearsIn Davis defensive end,
" Total cash awards since the fishing as a sport and Industry. McCrea.Ran into Nat Dash, former the ring] had to get his nose Green Bay Packers Is the professional
derby In 1961 have Ween In excess chief boxing Inspector. Nat broken: In an automobile acci- football player of the
of $200,000.Company asked me to wish all his friendsA dent. lIe Is recovering plastic year. Sports writing honors go
NOTICE TO CHURCH Happy New Year. surgery. Ike Is coming around to Frank Render, II, Virginia
President Robert A. fine now. State College, Petersburg, Va.
Uihleln said, "We feel the REPORTERS! Talking with Willie Cheetmanwho According to Dr. Thompson,
Otis Deloach, former heavyweight -
annual Schlitz Florida has shoeshine stand by
Fishing a
The now fleadllne for getting selections of the 100ers are
Derby continues to achieve Its the Fifth St. Gym., on the champ of the navy, Is
church news Into our office for Bus. based upon reports to the Club:
goal of supporting fishing recreation J publication IN; TUESDAY' noon Beach, former middle-weight, now driving, MTTA from the organization's cordi-
and research In Florida All church) reporters ore who used to give the public a Watch this column in the near nator, Marion E. Jackson, Atlanta -
Therefore the derby will urged to cooperateChurch run for their money, tells me future for all the dirt flying : Daily World sport editor,
be repeated in 1964 and we ttfSWH received after noon on he Is making money shining around on this heavyweight and Ralph Robinson, Atlanta
did while box-
hope It will be entirely as suc- Tuesday cannot be guaranteed shoes than he championship fight coming up scout executive and former
cessful as It has been In the for publication. Ing.While at the fight last Fri- between Cassius Clay and Tommy athletic director and coach at

.. day, I took up a straw vote to Llston at Miami Beach Clark College.

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PREFACE: Just in I I who Is 9 3 Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments

don't know what edit, blue I pivssm.: ">, Offering Many Features
cil or waste Wasket: I J m
the newspaper business : ; ; : :: u -set-
explain. Copy coming In : ; 1: : j 'A'ey, the Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Stove
publication Is edited and : : !: ,o Is: the
Is deemed superfluous \ I : !: 1 : neat s ..ArAirman tScwIy painted'n tlan Blinds
necessary is deleted or Washing Machine Laundry Rooms
penciled. Other copy : "over- t
deemed uninteresting to sweet + k free Parking Auto hot water heater
local reading public Is ;. 1
Frrr Garbage Disposal| Filtered water
basketed veteran t-:: .,.

(over 1C Second Class Willie
upon :
of have parr:, ) favorite Blunt is home on (leave: for the
copy Into
fice for come ( BOX. holidays. Airman Blunt is the
and ( me) who son of Miss Louise Porter, and
they. reach the public or sundry Officer Willie Blunt He's also
}It has been scaled :: Weekly Kate
"The a member of the class of 1901
about an Inch of type. (that is of Northwestern High School! ,
Even these the Job!), iAdvertise I 14.50 1 bedroom $18.50 2 bedroom Apt.
write are screened and etc. Lino-
and falsifications, doubt or (you Renting Otfice open every day Phone OX 1.8862
foolishness are left out. ) It Pays i : ,
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But this one time I'll Well, _
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the chance I W' "_
of being - - -
annual raise In of
salary (
none of your business!!)"vet"7 a grand I I Are You Ready For
this, essay, ',to be, printed In from
he is "
."> For the' ?? 'years I have sec .. ,. .,
been here there has never in fact Your Dream Home?
an Issue of The Times where-
had not (until recently) THEN CALLConstruction
our friends a Merry H. E.
and a Happy New Year! am not
used to generally carry to favors.

ployees page It's the ad and front listing their office all our doesn't them. But, D & H Co.

being a senior member business
staff I'm gonna take the ? At Inc.
front and wish all our they keep
and friends, patrons, lenient PHONE HI 8.1119
contemporaries, etc., here !
abroad a belated house and
CHRISTMAS AND A for Every individually designed built accordingto

NEW YEAR! as, your desires and needsD

est member Beginning of from the staff the & H CONSTRUCTION CO., Inc., does NOT build

ity wise there Is: you project homes.D .
graduate James, Robinson in printing, a not with Be- & H CONSTRUCTION CO., Injc., builds only

also a linotype operator ; employ DELUXE CUSTOM BUILT homes and can build youa
Joe Adderly, a real !
three bedroom house on your lot even if it is
only forty feet wide.




.. CITCUAI MtAVY GAU.s 1 I following listed feature are contained' in al! D&H HOME

NIIIISTANT LONG LASTING Factory built kitchen cabinets in any color you choose
NfUVUARANTIIO .J( o Oak haroWood! or terrazzo floor with inlaid linoleum in..kitche&I
with door closets
5 1 & A.j. Large bedrooms sliding
.I.aas-....... Cuban tile front porch in any color you' choose
.... saM
"""he AU Wrought i iron railing on front porch .
S UM:G 1Iq IlTlMATlI Awning windows set in rust proof aluminum frames ;

.. .All"YWI gncuoaotamriAinc J I Tile or formica sink and drainboard in large kitchens
pwt,fl TIN CALL Built-in food cupboard in kitchen
EXCLUSIVELY BLIP COVERS O Tile bath with bathroom fixtures in colors chosen by Owners '.?':"

O Telephone outlet .., *. ,
..... .1 Grete'If' PHONIWl 7-0011 1 Storage shed with wash room
Carporte or garage (optional)
e Large linen closet, large coat closet, besides large bedroom closets
i Barrell( or shingle tile roof optional)
New HomesFinest Less Interior of house plastered and all rooms painted, color chosenby

3 Large Bedroom, 2 Hath, flaro ?, Electric' Kitchen owners
Exterior of house painted colors chosen by Owners
1452 N.W. 58th Terrace Open| 3 to 5 p.m.
Slump brick flower bins at front of house color of brick chosenby
1044 N.W. 49th. Street' Florida room :' Owners

Large I lots ,for sale fc ; S Overhang on roof to keep rain I away from windows
S Circular walk from street to front entrance .
up Concrete clothes poles with aluminum clothes lines -Garbidor set
Cash paid for Lots and Homes in ground '

Need Money? See BARON JE 8.1340 O Venetian blinds-Glass shower door enclosure-double compart
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> us to show them to you. Keys in office out this advertisement and then check with

Move right In. No qualifying Mr. Davidow of the D&H CONSTRUCTION CO.
6330 NW 29th Avenue 3 bed, 2 bath
1910 NW 55th Stree 3 bed.2 bath *,to see that we can give you all the terms listed above

7601 NW 14th Place 3 bed!, 2 bath
'* 1868 NW 51st Terrace 3 bed, 2 bath
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Round Steak Ib 59 Hog Jowls lb 29

Sirloin Steak 490 Pork Rib Ends 15

T Bone Steak 69 Neck Bones 150eIece

Bologna i lb 330 Link Sausage 59<

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Apples 39C Shortening 3 Ibs. 590TOMATO Beef, Chicken, Turkey EachMorton's
} Dinners. ,., 39*
3 Ib. Cello Bag 14-OUNCE, BOTTLE
McKenzie -20 Ounce
Bunts Catsup 170DELSEY Whole, Okra 39*
10 Ib.' bag whitePotatoes
39C TOILET ;'it; ; 24 Ounce
Vegetables' 39
Tissue 2 roll pkg 191 K
McKenzie-24 Ounce with snap
pound .VAN CAMP'S 300 CAN field Peas 47*
Cabbage 6C Pork & Beans 2 for 25*, FOOD KING POUND PACK
Oleo/ 2 for 29c
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I OZ2. Pineapple Juice: 29OAKHILL
Bread for 25c -303 CAN
TOMATOES 3 for 35C

Crystal f Bleach 39C | I Long Grain Rice 39C

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I .Mmctceictwtwxwctratcxrra' < SATURDAY JANUARY ,t t3FC
4, 1964 PAGE 7 THOttNtW

Urban League To Launch t '.HAMPTON.< ctfttit optNToiHt ruiuc* >

Skills Bank ;ProgramIn rALL I FRf. SAT. and SUNDAYPRESENTS

cooperation with the National ,
Urban League and 64
local affiliations around the Job Training Teamto r
County, the Greater Miami
Urban League will Initiate a Visit Northwestern For Your EntertainmentrJ1Charles

Skills Bank Program early In Northwestern High School l to
January. The purpose of the be visited by a youth Job find-
bank Is to locate qualified Ne- Ing team from the Florida State H
groes who have skills for sale Employment Service on Janu-
and place them In rewardingJobs ary 7, 8 and( 9'' to sign up senior The
anywhere In the country.The students who will be looking ,:
for work when they
major features of the '
said Harry L. Tyson, Miami
program will Include an exten- Metropolitan Area
sive employment survey to determine for the FSESv FRIENDS AND MEM!\
the status of Negro' I
employees and the extent to Tyson said that Richard D. HERS MAY MAKE THEIR

which they might be upgraded.A McGlai fiery, Metropolitan Youth DONATION TO THE 2
simultaneous effort will be Coordinator for the FSES is
made to screen and test Job heading up the youth Job find SPIRITUAL TEMPLE OF
applicants who might qualifyfor ing team and 474 senior stu- r
the Bank. Emphasis will be dents from seven high schools ZION, Inc. Austin
placed on locating ((1)) Vocationally have already filled out work
and technically trained applications during the past At the home of the vice president -

young men and women; ((2)) several weeks. and treasurer. She is also
skilled and semi-skilled crafts- w
men; ((3)) clerical and related be students who will not one of our ordained ministers.Our .
workers; ((4)) Professional and going to college and will be Ei Combo
semi-professional workers; ((5)) looking for work after they( charter Is registered in
graduate should contact the Job
Candidates for apprenticeship finding team at their school or Brownrd and Dade CountiesL

and related training programs; visit one of the FSES's local HUNTER
((6)) Candidates for ontheJoband offices. D.D. Dining and Dancing to Your Favorite
other managementsponsored -
training program. It Is Tyson said that the most Im- 1657 N.W. 73rd St
estimated that the bank will portant part of the Job finding Music
contain from 2,000 to 3,000 learns Interviewing progress
highly qualified applicants.The will be giving the students the ADMISSION
PSES'i general apitude "
program Is sponsored bya Many of the student- who tests
grant from the Rockefeller he looking for work will will not Miami Times Ads. N| 0 COVER
Brothers Foundation and has have clear
a cut Idea of what I
the support of the Federal type of employment they will Don't Cost' it Pays MINIMUM.I.
Government. I want ,tn took' tAr nn/1 fV... ......_
-tilts of these tests will l give us ::z;;> = =:;: r-: : ;! ::f I -- - - .. .. - - .. .
Fair - - - - .
Talmadge W. League information I swr n++;w +I'1JP1+ J..J\n: ; .JII"JJI/ nwriicnnNw.N.r. : : : JlJlJllJlJlJlJlJlJI>>IJtJaJlja)j wYou'll
associate director, will coordi- about their abilities -
nate the local program, the to guide them into long
which will be dependent range Job finding (goals.
success of '

vey assist and In the upon Interviewing employment volunteers appli sur-to "Earn While You Treasure the pleasure of ..' : >i" : ':: i iQUJrIDXQJJE

cants.Dade Teachers Give Learn"C :"Earn job While NeedsWaitresses training You positionsare Learn"waitress ( ) )([ ) ILIKGTIJIrJINCG/\/ .:\ .j .\

going begging while we
$664 to UNCFDade have over 100 waitress posi- Outdoor Lighting makes your terrace, patio and garden'part of
tions paying from $00 to $125a your home after dark...gives you more living space and more hour ''i
County teachers have week that we can't fill for of enjoyment. It sets the mood for fun and entertainment...
In total of $001.05 as the lack of trained
chipped a people, said
creates dramatic contracts and beautiful effect in garden.
their contribution to the Unit- Harry L. Tyson, Miami Metropolitan your
ed Negro College Fund Campaign Area Manager for the Electric Post Lights at driveway or home entrance are especially t
Florida State Employment Ser desirable for safety and protection. They brightly welcome) ..
vice. your guests and discourage: tre pauera. New modela are available :'t,x"., t I
Liberty City Elementary led with a "magic eye" that automatically turns light ON At dusk, ..\\ '; "'
the field with $150. The list of Tyson said that the FSES OFF at dawn-whether you're home or Away. 1 J,'
contributing schools and needs women to take the six ''i.
for outdoor install
Lights living are easy to surprisingly
weeks waitress
amounts follows: no cost to them training, and courseat they '. in cost. Soe the fine selection at your favorite electrical con

Liberty City Elem. $150.00 will also receive a weekly tractor or lighting store. '
Browns vile Jr. High 59.05 qualify.
Orchard Villa Elem. 50.00 training allowance if they of id M to help you In planning s
Northwestern 47.00 Tyson said that all a person for toon fun,twauty and Mlet). ,
Mays Jr.-Sr. High 43.50 reeds to qualify for the train-
Dunbar Elem. 42.00 ing Is to be over 16 years old )
Floral Hts. Elem. 31.00 and unemployed. To receivethe Iw;, tfa13t tft,fIamele
West Dunbar Elem. 30.25 weekly training allowancethe ...Ira CHtKPIK, TOO r
Pine Villa Elem. 29.00 additional requirements of ,
Silver Oaks 28.00 I ID. being the head of a family or FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY ., t
T. Washington 27.00J. household, and having at least HELPING tl/UD flOHIDA"I rIi r-
R. E. Lee Elem. 17.00 three years work experience of .- :,
West Homestead Elem. 13.00 any kind Is needed. .
Holmes Elem. 10.00A. I Women Interested in taking
L. Lewis Elem. 5.00 this training should call the .; ,
FSES at 377-2111 for further "
TOTAL 661.95 information. r'
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RUPTURE :r" PILES N 4 a7j !j ,: J It

Rectal ieaMea; Varicose' "V'elnn, ":0- : kLZL.1 I ,t
state-No loaf time-Discard Truss .
Upon Correction of Rupture. Reducing .' I
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. I Elizabeth Stevenson, James i King Orange parade Tuesday. Mr. Roberts Is a son of Mrs.
Wanza, Janice Rogers, Karen night. It was the first time Ne- Henrietta Sweeting of Miami.
PAGE 8 SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1964 Yvette Coplln, Robert Paul gro bands have been used. The
Young. I two bands also appeared in the i i May year, idol, be filled
I NEVER WERE the party pre-game and halftime showsof with happiness and prosperityfor
lights shone so brightly as they the Orange Bowl game Wed- all of our readers.
were on Saturday, Dec. 28 when nesday. CONTINUED ON BACK PAGE
the Diplomats of '54 of Carver
High School held their annual Mrs. LEOLA BOVAN who
Christmas party. !,' has been unwell at the Christian -
The affair was held at the Hospital is now at home to Attention
spacious and charming homeof the delight of her many friends. ;.
Mrs. Barbara Gross. Like Home OwnersFor
her home, Mrs. Gross was a MISS PATRICIA THOMAS
charming and beautiful hostess. Is spending the holidays with quality building
As class president, Herbert her mother and other relativesat
FRIENDS OF Delta Sigma Ib. 3 oz. son to Dr. and Mrs. Williams assisted Mrs. Gross as Nassau, Bahamas. additions and remodelingPL
Theta shared the holiday sports Jerry Davis (Alva Smith), for- host for the evening.The I
with them at their Christmas mer MiamIans who now resideIn menu, which was des- JAMES HORNE of the Miami 4.065'5NO
formal which was held at the Victorville, Cal. cribed as simply delicious was Times staff, now spendinga
beautiful Bayfront Park Auditorium prepared by some of the dill- two-year period as a guest in DOWN PAYMENTFrom
on Thursday night, Dec. Mrs. HELEN JOHNSON of rrent workers in the organization. Uncle Sam's Army, spent the
26. New York City, daughter, Jewel Conversation piece: for Christmas season in Miami. $5 week
Washington, D. C. were on handto the evening was the class honored i Friends were pleased to see
JOAN MURHKLiL laos returned witness the marriage of guests who had so militantly -I him well groomed in uniform. FHA OR BANK TERMS
home to spend her Christ- their son and bother, J. Ken- supported them In their
eth Johnson to Rosalind K. fund drive which
scholarship Fla. Room Kitchens
:) 'a BuT
Williams. will be given at the Diplomats' CHARLES ]NORTH of the
-qsBAuj) jjsj9Aiuaaquiaiu PJU.MOII h
Travel Bureau spent the holi-
10th reunion.
JJGJS B s\\ year Bedrooms Bathrooms
1IOU8KOUESTS of the Max- days In Nassau, New York and
'taJ.mw's uaJed wemtM,rat{ IOJAV'SJ\UOIPBA! pun sum'JQ I Ie Williams for the holidayswere Mr. and nl's. ANTHONY Washington, D. C. But for the Carportes Garages
and cold weather
her mother, Mrs. Queen RILEY (Wallis Hamm) became snow the trip
B. Williams of Jacksonville and lb. was fine. North visited the Awnings Fences
EARL and ELSIE WILLIAMShave parents of a GVfe baby girl -
announced the marriage of her aunt, Mrs. Rosa Livingstonof Dec. 29 at Baptist Hospital Pres. Kennedy gravesite at Arlington -

their daughter, Rosalind K. to Ft. Myers. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas C Jones North Cemetery.was jointed In Washington by Cyril- News Realty, Inc.
J. Kenneth Johnson Jr. on Dec. from Baltimore were classic
Roberts of Ohio
28 at Mt. Tabor Baptist Church.Mr. ;MEMBERS AND FRIENDSof visitors "Little Tom" was a who was there Youngstown on invitation, of (BUILDERS DIVISION)
the American Auxiliary were
Johnson Is the son of Mrs. Rattler quarterback In 1910-42
Helen Johnson and Dr. J. Ken- entertained at the auxiliary's and Is now an opthalmologist his cOusm, Mrs. Edith Wars to I 4600 NW 7th Ave.
neth Johnson of this city. Christmas party at the home of ........ ........ .... .... join In the family's annual
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clifton.
MILDRED RIAH, Cambridge, Christmas lllnner at her home

A..BRIDESMAID LUNCHEONwas CHARLIE LANG- Md. school teacher spent the ....-..-.-.......-....-..........-....- ....- ._ ._._._._._._.__._._._._._._._--
1\11'8. ,.1. KKrCKrRr4 rC rtK KK 4
-'held at the Richmond Hts. holidays away from her frigid ar r
home of bride-to-be Brenda STON' of' Buena Vista, Ga. Is home climate. "
Frazier on last Sunday after- spending the holidays with her JET''j
noon. Brenda, the daughter of sisters, Mrs. Florence Washing TIlEIAn: BEACH night- CLINIC |
the Shedric Carrs. became the con and Mrs. Mattie Johnson of club scene Is loaded with star I
bride of Robert Llnton, RIch- our city. Mrs. Langston is a sepia talent for the plush holiday -
mond Heights barber on Dec. ceacher and mortician in the and Orange Bowl weekend. \ HOME SERVICE CALLS $1.00 j
29. Georgia city. Sammy Davis Jr., closes out
CILIARY at the Deauvllle, the Coasters 5 Day or NightWe j
NEWS OF THE DEATH of BOARD No. 2 at the Peppermint Lounge,
Mrs. Theoria Bayles Houstonhas jf Greaer Bethel AME Church Phyllis Branch at the Thunder- Service All Makes of j
saddened her many friends. geld Its annual Christmas cele-, bird, Damita Jo at the Doral),
Mrs. Houston was a former oration on last Friday at the Brooks Benton Is on the Calypso HI-FI's and STEREOS j
Christian Hospital adminstrator. Masonic Hall. In addition to the Liner and Nippy Russell is
usual gift exchange among at the Eden Roc. We Also Rent I
DANIELS members, each member and
entertained MRS. her mother, Mrs. west was presented a gift from AMONG HOLIDAY visitors TV by the week or Month j
Georgia Gray and sister, Miss the organization. Mrs. Jessie were former Miamians Enid
'tiles In president of the board. FaIrcloth Nunn, Naomi Boyd,
Nell Hamilton who are visitingher
from Abberville, S. C. witha Storfield Outen, Rosa Jones k 907 .2nd AVENUEPhone
NORLEAN<:" COX and his wife Cicero and Nolan Kempp.
dinner party at her home last Estelle are visiting his rela.. _
Sunday. Mrs. Gray and Miss lives and friends for the holi- .IT WAS SUitE NICE seeing FR 4.2044 \
Hamilton will remain in our days. Norman, the son of the the North Dade and Northwestern -
city throughout the .holidays. Joel Coxes, is a band instructor High School bands In the R111 I1111II I I I IIJ11111II11l1III1 171 II1 1 11r 11rIlIUrI I1ti1111r .MA1rf MrM1 ARf M
in Arcadia, Fla.
Mr. mid Mrs. MACK MORRI- ---
SON have spread out the "Red MRS. CLUB members and
Carpet" for his sister and their guests added the club's I
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Christmas party to their list of
Pearson who are visiting them special social events of the For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
for the holidays. The Pearsons, holidays. The party was held
of Bluefleld, West Va., were accompanied on Friday at the home of
to our city by their President Gwen Welters.
little grand daughter, Theresa.
\ 'MAE WOODS entertained BONDED
MARTIN LEE LAMBERT friends at a New Years'
became Mrs. Joshua Hillman In Eve party at her 49th St. home.,
an Impressive wedding cere- -
mony at Ebenezer Church.. .on Mr. nnd Mrs. BISHOP BLEDSOE RENTAL
Dec. 23. ; (Ethel) are proudly dis-
'olayinj their grandchildren,
.1UANITA MATTHEWS was little Karen and Gregory Reed,
hostess to her relatives at a 'who accompanied their parents
preChristmas family re-union the Frank Reeds to our city AGENCY INC.The
last Saturday. The early enter- for a holiday visit. The Reeds, ,
tainment was due to her cousin who motored down from their
Marcelle Rhodriquez' departureto Jackson, Tenn., home are both
Nassau enroute from her public school teachers there. J s
Savannah State Mrs. Reed, Is the 'former Kay
College.teaching post at Bledsoe. I largest collection and rental


BIRTHDAY GREETINGS and .l\Il"R. hUC-Ihhr T. WASHINGTON agency in the South) operating in

Best Wishes to: Dr.. Deborah P. of Bennetsville, S. C
Wolfe, Patsy G. Moore, Claude was holiday houseguest of her Dade and Broward Counties'
Sanders, M-M Robert Jones, sister:; and brother-in-law, the .r
Noble, Jones, Charles Rogers, W. A. Pattersons. Her vacationwas
Annie Pearl Levarity, Mr. and quite a full one,. for partof L. L. Brooks Negro Housing areas.;!; .;m

Mrs. ,W. T. Lowe, Mr. and Mrs.J. It was spent with her son President .<
F. Wells, Olivette B. Ross, Mr. and daughter-in-law, Jimmy k J ,l:.
Junious Fortson Mr. and Delores Washington and I
and Mrs. ,
and Mrs. Ned Edwards Jr., Mr. their new heir. MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN I

and Mrs. Zebedal VIckers, Mr. 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
and Mrs. Samuel L. Williams, AMONG THE college coeds
James I.. Floyd, Janice J. How- who returned to their respec::
ard, Lewis R. Blake II, Arnold tive posts of study after spend, ,Bonded also has employment service at main office
Finley, Mr. and Mrs. Bertram ing the Christmas holidays with
Dean, Mr. and Mrs. George Miller their families are Faye' Williams 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue
Effie Braynon, Vera Williams. Indiana U.; Carlotta
Rhetta, Spellman College; David -
Dobbs, Central State; John _- .
Brown Jr., Harvard U.;; Venda
:Brooklyn; N.Y. Is In our city Juanita Johnson, Carolina Col-
visiting her sister,' Hlldreatn lege; Helen Barbary, Norma 1163 N.W. 3rd AVE. -_ FR S-S416 17325: HOMESTEAD AVE.

Sands Mrs. Johnson and niece,will Sybil terminateher Johnson. Dwight tha Reese, Yvonne Alma Spotford Riley, ,Virgil Mar- 1075 N.W. 62nd ST. ............ OX 6-246T Perrine ...-,1NNNNNNN. CE 5-3553 .

three week vacation and Valdez, Fla.. A and M; Regina 3801 GRAND AVE. -..... HI 5-1381 1019 HAMMONDVILLB RD.
return home next week. and Rose Stewart,
Jolllvette Howard University, and James 4240 N.W. 27th AVE. ....... NK 5-5466 Pompano .............. WE y-ffgffr

ROBINSON Mrs. ANNIE of MAE Jacksonville HALEY, Floyd, Theodis Morehouse.Felton, Tyrone 2060 N.W. 75th ST. ..._.........696-3822\ 14255 N.W. 22nd AVE.

sister back of home,William visiting"Moon"her HaleyIs .relatives r-Jackson, .r. 2060 N.W 3rd CT. ......._..... PR 1-5905 Opa-locka ..........._ MU 8-OC17
....BIRTHDAY Greeting n d
and ,friends. '.best wishes to: On nights and Sudays. for eraergecy service call PL 978733

AMONG THE NEW Christ Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mitchell, MAIN OFFICE
arrivals were a Mr. and Mrs. James McFadden,
8 inas lb. 15 oz. ,daughter born to William Floyd Greer, Dorothy 4150 N.W. 7th Arraue PL 9-8733
Anthony and Wallis Riley Ellen Jenkins,' Ronald Pratt, i
named Antoinette Maria. A 9 ,and Allen, Cassandra\ Hanna,

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SATURDAY; JANUARY 4, 1964 PAGE 9 NEW 015 PHILADELPHIA NW 62nd Street MB. Student Recognition Day ,' "' .

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"" r- Rev. W. H. Washington, pastor

Highly inspirational might be At "1
the phrase mentioned to des- Kelly's Chapel

cribe services held Sunday. Under '
the accomplishment of Mrs. Student Recognition Day was work, recognized the following

Rachel Pratt at the piano the observed at Kelly's Chapel students who participated In '

congregation was! led to a Methodist Church last Sunday.In the worship and advised them
throne of to be sure to continue to attend -
grace along with fer-
morning worship Rev. Cam-
church: Misses Rosita But a
YET vent utterances employed in tho -
bridge, our admonished ler and
worship service Uy our pastor pastor Jacqueline Henry, Juni-
all students ors of Bethune Cookman CoII
Both sermons while getting an -
preached the
I loge; Miss Alegera Prince .
Rev. William H. Washington academic education to get a and "

r moved with the throbbing of spiritual education as well. Alexander Dado Johnson, freshmanof
County Junior College
the heartbeat of the gospel Mr. Raymond Aranha, Drama Miss Marsha Mclver, Junior of

preacher. tics teacher at Mays High Flak University; Dwight Williams -

Thursday night the pastor I School and son of Mrs. Thelma and Henry Mitchell, Jun-
and his wife served the members Devoe, eloquently Inspired l tho iors of Tennessee A and I State
of the congregation congregation with an evening University.Mrs. .
a spec- '
E ; F I i I I Il 11: ial Christmas dinner. Christmas "What message is Our from Responsibility the subject to, Frank C. Cambridge
decorations and delicacies charged the MYF
Ourselves, Our Society and to officers listed -
made the evening entertaining I God?" He outlined these as follows below for 100 i with their
and enjoyable for all who Attended I : become acquainted with responsibilities as she installed

and deeply felt and appreciated ourselves, cultivate talents do them: Alegera Prince, president -
by those in attendance not accept mediocrity, stave ; Pauline Ambrose (Sonya

NliW PROVIDENCE FRIENDSHIP: M. off Jealously, let what we do Butler as proxy), vice presi-
Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor Rev j. la. Jenkins,BAPTIST pastor ington Tuesday night, the Rev. Wash- for the glorification of God and dent; Sharon Prince, secretary;
Sis Claudia Wilson, reporter I Ruby Lee Cart appeared as special guest contain knowledge. Yvonne Taylor assistant secretary
reporterI vocalist !in the
Let all bitterness, and operetta, "Amahl During the service Mrs. ; Carolyn Ambrose (Brenda
and anger and clamour wrath and will lift up mine eyes unto and the Night Visitors." The Prince as proxy), treasurer:
evil speaking, be I the hills from whence cometh event took place in the Gardenof Agnes Fortson, I Kelly's Chapel and Mrs. Agnes Fortson and

you, with all malice put aWay: from my help. My help cometh from our Lord at the St. James WSCS secretary of student Charles C Mitchell, counselors.
the Lord Lutheran Church
I which made heaven In Coral

And be ye kind to another, and earth.-Psalm 11-1: I Gables. .

tenderhearted, forgiving orie I I IOn I
another: even as God for Let us start the new year SLTERSrCHAPEL AME Ministerial Alliance News(
Christ's sake hath by going to church SUn- Rev. H. .1. Benson, pastor
forgivien day and give God some of your Flossie Marshall, reporter Suanday, Jan. 10 1001 I, at first vice president; Rev. Aaron
you Ephesians 4: 31-32 verses. time while you have health and High Services started SUn-I I 3:15: p.m., the Installation ser- Hall, second vice president; Rev

""':God has been good to us strength.. Remember God is our day, with Sunday School A .vices for the officers of the ln-i!. W. F. Savoy: secretary; Rev.
the. health, strength and keeper. .terdenominatlonal Ministerial ,Ernest Hutcheson; Jr. treas--
throughout year, ,,110. has .. very fine' lesson was discussed .
blessed and keep' us. We are \ Join us in" in both morning and evening Alliance will be held at ,the ;'cr; RGv. Randolph Thompson'parliamentarian ,
our revivalistic
Ebenezer Methodist Church.
greatful to Him for His services The ; Rev. Henry
We were blessed to have mercy.a fine services. We are having our I high in our Holy Spirit ran The installation. will be performed McDowell, Dean; and Rev. F. L.
pastor deliver the morning ser- presence. i Mr. Luther Pierce '
time throughout the day Sun- The Rev. Sister Claudia by Smith, chaplain.
mon. His
subject was Lord director. of the Miami Council
day, beginning with the Sunday'School. evermore give us this bread. Roberson delivered the mes- of Churches. The sermon will I Ibo I) Leading choirs of the com-

Our own Rev. J. E. Wright delivered sage choir for the morning. A Joint preached by the Reverend munity will be taking part !In
was in charge for the
Sunday, is the first Sunday, the evening message.We We had the pleasure having day.- Thodford Johnson, pastor of the service, and further announcements -

In the New Year, therefore we are continuing in prayer a very distinguished visitor the St. John's Baptist Church. will We forthcoming -
wil be looking forward in see- for all of our sick and complete with us at Sailers Chapel Sun- The officers to be Installed Rev. E. T Graham, president -
Ing all members In services and ;hut-ins. You are always wel- day morning. It was the Rev. are: Rev E. T. Graham, president /
,register for the New Year. Smith
come at our services. from Daytona, Florida ""
Come to ; Rev, Theodore Rev, W. I" Savoy, secretary,
church, you will not regret it. Rev. Smith Is a principal In one
or tha Jl'hnnlq: .f n I !nwfrvtn Tin. -

Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor ST. PAUL A. M. E. Benson. this Sunday morning during
Ella K. Wright, reporter Rev. T. C. Kelley Jr., pastor Watch nIt:' meeting New the worship service, our Rev P, S. Brown minister
Rev. O. Taylor was in chargeof NW 10th Ave. and 51st Terr. Years Evo.: and( Love feast Friday church officials will he Installed. Ml.s r)t"ssle Crorkett reporter

our morning service in the We were at our highest all day nlte coming up to first They arc: May wo look to the hills

aUUence of who Sunday.; Sunday was missionary Sunday from whence cometh our help
our pastor was
attending the union. Rev. Taylor lay and our missionary speak- We were so happy to have Board of elders: J. D. Faniel, and Ue ever mindful of the facts
preached from this "r was Mrs. Dolores Hagins. some of our young people home George Baldwin, Edward Harris this New Year that God giveth
subject Everyone enjoyed her for the holidays. Miss BnrUira Mrs. Roena Parlin and all
'If You Need Me Send very
Mrs. Susie Daniel.
much Bogan, Miss Barbara Mason
which was enjoyed very much. and Mr. Arthur Thorp, Jr., and The Youth Choir, under the
At 3:00: our pastor along with i Board of Deacons: : Henry
guidance of Bro. Roscoe
January 12 will be ground many others. Speed,
both choirs combined both ush Williams, Mrs. Oleene Roberts,
breaking sang out of the depth of their
ers boards and the church clos- day. Bishop W F. Ball :Mrs\ Emerald Roberts, Mrs hearts The
will on Sunday. services
deliver TRIUMPH
ed the ministers and deacons un- the principal ad- Doris Leverity and Mrs. Hazel which they rendered are truly
Iross. CHURCHir
Everyone Is Invited
on. Rev. Smith use for his subject to Hurts
services which will make a
Prnco H. Mobley, pastor
"Missing God's last Train to come. Board of Trustees: J. I). Fan- bigger and better Mt. Tabor In
Heaven," which was a Don't forget to visit the s I c k Sis. C. McKenzie, reporter i lel, Harold IIlggs, and Joseph days to come.
ful and soul stiring power-I and shut-in. The topic of the School of Lcvcrity,
Wisdom lesson last Sunday was We congratulate these officers The Deacons Board expresses
We are thankful that some of : "Dimensions. of Freedom." and pledge to them our Its gratitude to each friend who
our sick members who were hospitalized i 'JJ'ATJ'R BJTH,:L AME The YPE Band was most interesting cooperation and support in the witnessed the observance of
are home new, but we The'ftpv Senior S. A. rv>u.fn. rmstor Miss" Sarah Griffin on-going welfare and progress Friends Day last Sunday.

ate still asking that you would Missionary So- rendered a wonderful program of the church. Pray for the sick and shut-
pray for and visit our sick. pfetv. Mrs F. J Nicks reporter The evening devotional service -' A Happy New Year to all. in and visit them.
: Mrs. I E. O
Mother Jones presl- conducted Bro.
is still in Jackson r'' was by
<>nt observed:: Missionrv Day
Mem., room 1414, she needs your The theme for McCalvln. The expressionswere
prayers and your visits very "Christ's Mission thp and day was led by Sis C. McKinney to see what the end will be. Let has gone astray.Remember .
much. Ours. and many more followed us come to church nnd bring the sick and shut-
scripture'nc MalflchI rp dlnf for the morn- The message was delivered bySis. someone along with as that does in all over the land and coun I
was 3. The
? hv the mpsarP Jones and) Mother L. Marshall not know anything about the try. Bible Class every Tuesday
Rev. F..1. Hicks.
also that night at 7 o'clock. Prayer meet
nnd both were very Jnsplrlnt Lord; bring someone
Assistant <:
ST. MARY'S W M. pastor: text "T Am
The True Vlnf and! my Father ? nnd enjovpd. has: once known about God and ing Tuesdays at 8 p.m.

Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor ''s the husbandman. Each year beginning January -
:Miss 1 the Ona-lockn:: church I j
Dorothy Major, reporter HKK Till WOIIMV8
The children of our Sunday The evenln" message was! conducts a revival and ronse- C.KKAT<: PHOIMIKT
'"chool held their play last Monday 'roiifht by EvnnffoJUt Marie oration mpetlntr. The Lord really A True leader
night each child played his M. Green Rrrlpttirp rptdlncr! : blessed' im throughout this! I .Iff Years of KxperlenreHiintrr
part at his best. The play was out anti j Join us In these
''sponsored by Mrs Verdell Mud Whole? I
Wright Thanks to Mrs. Wrightfor I Missionary meeting will be services.! PROF. HUNTER

a job well done. Each child Tan. 7 at 0} p.m. ranhlo M"mnrJ"J Church If jou' are .nick, worried' or In
received a Christmas gift for troubled till) .In the place to comeUon' UT
(oP non TV rnmflT)
regular attendance of the sN1y In the nit, h hark
year. Mat
:Sunday; there will be testl- 1POO NWMh Avenue the vrll of had luck seems
Elder J C. Jackson tor and
pa to hold you In Jour track
monv service and Hold Communion ""v.CI tt'h'nonn.' nastne
NAt.hlmtQI Thom:1C'f: rpnnrtsr"A advance forward hJ the help of
,, ,,
Choirs will sing JolntIv J ( crt"'t'P ('rtP" feTnrt rAnd
new commandment I give nod under the leadership of
morning and night. fharoah aM' unto Jacob.
unto you that ye love one Another Prof. hunter who has 35 yearn
The second; Sunday there will I How old art thou? GpneRl1147.R. as I have loved vou, that of nperlrnc*' In spiritual and ,
: This 'was tb' text" of ournastbr's home
he covenant service at 3 ye also love one. another. occult ftcli-nre. Make you
After which there will be p.m. / aPrmon.Uk theme was: With this theme our churchwas happy lie will show yon how
a "How Old Are You?" This was spiritually enlightened on to bypass your enemies nnd get the thinK that life demand
Tea.SHfLOH .
I 'n terms of bpfncr horn again. last Sunday with the beautiful for you. Comr'! one, rome nil. healing merlin every Wedne.
It' was- w*-ll rfAllvpr- hv our sermon coming from our pastor day It' the Spiritual Temple of /Ion lnt. &I17 H.W. 17th 8U,
nastor.; : on that last Lord's day He preach and always Nest lJolI)""Hld. '''111. TM: D.....
BAPTIST "ornfnJ:: for 1063. preaches like he never did beI I
Rev. A. ]M. Griffin pastor! fore.
Sis C. M. Myles! reporter These thfnes I have spokpnvou. The funlor rhoraleers rendered -
Sunday School J every Sunday 1I"'n that In me ye might the music for the dave
rnornln, at 0:30 a.m. Elder E. gasp" """ce. Tn the world ve The fonm were enjoyed by all
Rosa supt. shall; have tribulation: but be with Ira'McCall Jr., and Mrs. G/ i iI
of eoorl l rheer; I have overcome Jackson as pianist.
With our na ?tor away to the Hp world St. John 16:33.: Visit our church where service -
Tfn' n Mretfn* in *",.st Palm nur !past; sermon for this year "beelns and never nds,
"Teh our other Elder carried -v'v n b" Rrv. JhrrfRon.I worship together this. week.
r\>n' the service r'ond.rfuh'7.' I I Tip" '-'rtrnorf'nn! o* this yorsp;
Pne-ker for the ornfntr was 1,1(11r I. we" 1 J"1" hrT and 'H was very .41' 1'A "Mr, nApTiaTpov
J. Wllmont the message! was wpH dei'vpfv' by him. n A PwllAv n". rtr
very inspiring Our Jr., choir I Next Sunday, will bo an Inn- ("rfotfn Cnbap! reporter
rendered music! with shier ''oortant Sundav, for{ vprvone", May we wish all our members
MrrJon Enllsh, as our pianist. heraQp It will N the first Sun- and friends a Happy New I 5417 S.W. 17th Street Hollywood, Florida

Speaker for the rvenin was rlty? <'1 the new :vear. For tit)y Year Let us as Christians ,start I Kulr' r..*i M Hner E. Dennis Ms! subject was we can he thankful that th e the ve'ar out bv jroln to church \orrh ..I li;> of ,lii riMn*. Offlrr! hour I r p.p1. 'It ,* p.m. Sunday;
Etf/h: the Tessajrc It was enay -I Lord fpt us live tQ W: anotn T '''(1 Jovln all our sisters and f ./ t 't *'.. II.< -..n...t hv HtHte" and "V tnttv.. Handing dally.
) !d by all. year come In. brothers so that we may be able I


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. MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. ..."'-- ,--..,,-...,. p.m. and will be taken to the i pel with Rev. Emory Jackson

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1964 church at 7 a.m. officiating.

\, .. WILLIE SMITH 3123 'NW
52nd St., died Dec. 30. Survivors WILLIE JAMES
are his wife, Mary Lee, 120 NW 10th St., died at Jackson
I MEMORIALS RANGE mother, Mrs. Mary Etta Smith, Mem. Hospital on Dec. 20. He
a sister, Mrs. Emma Mae La- leaves a wife, Maggie, a son,

[ __ .. .,-.- -,. r.W.., mar; four brothers, Slmmie William, three sisters, a brother,
Kaq.t' Lee, Jimmie, Johnnie and mother and father Arrange-
IN MEMORIALIn 1 IN MEMORIAMIn David; many nieces and ments are being made to ship
, I Ii nephews a brother-in-law and ,the body to The Collins Funeral
three sisters-in-law.! Services Home In Jackson, Mississippiwhere
loving of our I
memory sad but loving of
dear husband and father, our dear husband, father and M ( Saturday at 4 p.rn. at the burial will be conducted.
i '. Church of Christ, 1263 NW 67thSt.
3andfather, great-tfrandflather .


MRS. EUNICE BROWN, 3025 NW 10th St., died at Jackson
NW 50th St., died Dec. 28. Mrs. Mem1. Hospital on Dec. 29. He
e. Brown Is survived by her husband is survived by his wife Rether
Clarence. Arrangementsare Stevens and a son. Funeral arrangements -

i incomplete. are incomplete at

this time.WILLIE.


LAWHORN of 1880
I NW 3rd Ave., died at Jackson
HOUSTON of 1480 NW 55th
; Mem. Hospital on Dec. 20. He
\ Terrrace passed at her home on
leaves a brother, Charlie, four
f ,.., Dec. 24, after' an extended
cousins aunt.
( period of illness. For the past an ser-

"r,: \ iTt :10\ years, she was the Head
r Nurse In charge' at Christian
., '': !ill'di l 1 t # Memorial Hospital, until her FRANCIS
'> MRS. GIRLIE SIMON of health failed. She was a memberof !

; }. c f 1357A NW 5th Ave died Dec. many clcic and sofortoriral BEAFURD EDGAR CARS-
:, 27. She had resided here for organizations In the community. WELL { E. Bunche Park
< ',
#" >
< She leaves to mourn her died
io ,' "$. than 39 and pass
:."> i\, more years was a Drive Dec. 2$. Services
) ing her husband two
; P\. membe r of St. Luke AME daughters. Mrs. Geraldine Allen Saturday 1 p.m. dt Mt, Pleasant ; -
Church Survivors are her husband Methodist Church. Remains

t STANLEY A. MAJOR Marcella, three daughters, : four, and sisters Mrs., Theoria two brothers.Boyd, I will lie In repose In the chapel

who departed this life January MR. MERRY M. WALTON Willie Mae Parker, Margaret I Funeral services were held on 3 p.m. Friday. Survivors include -
5, 1963. Lee and Nancy Simon; two Tuesday, Dec. 31, at Mount nls wife, Amy, a daughter -
Gone but: not forgotten. who departed this life Decem- sons, Henry and Sammie F.; Zion Baptist Church at 2:30: Mary Lee Fluner, three
May your soul rest in peace ber 25, 1DG2. nine grand children; two sisters with Rev. Edward T. Graham, brothers, Jim, John and Hlldrey
and light perpetual shine upon The light, the dew, the broad- Julia Andrews and Lettle the officiating. Carswell.
ening view, Cole, a brother, Dan Aklns and
1 you.Mrs.. Ercell Major, wife Were found the same as they many other relatives. Services
Maxine before held Thursday at St. Luke
Major, daughter were ;
Franklin Major, son And it lost itself in beauties MRS. MALONE WHITE of
NW 3rd court, died Dec. 28.
I' Yvette McLeod 4411 Nautilus Drive, Miami
I new,
Beach died at Jackson Mem. Services Saturday 3:30: p.m. at
/grand daughter Breathing its fragrance more LEON ,
Hospital on Dec. 29. She leavesto the Church of God In Christ
\ and more. NW G2nd Lane died from auto Temple. Remains will lie In repose -
moUrn daughter. Mrs. Willie
IN MEMORIAM Shall claim of death cause us injuries. Survivors his a
are Mae Ingram, four sisters, four in the chapel beginning 4p.m.
In sad but loving memory of grieve widow, Lillian, a son, Leon Jr. brothers, a granddaughter. The Friday. Survivors include
our dear wife, mother, grand And fall make? our courage faint or who is a member of the Miami body was shipped to the Bakers her mother, Mrs. Henrietta
mother and Police Dept., a daughter Hilda I Davis two sisters, Rosa Lee
great grandmother, : Funeral Home In Philadelphia, ,
Nay let us faith and
hope receive Bray and a grandson, Horace
V I Pa., where final arrangementsfor McNear and Annie M. Davis 8
; Dray Jr Services held Friday burial will bQ Completed brother, James and other rela
The wall.roe still grows beyond the at St. Agnes Church, tives.

Oh we miss you so much, our MRS. CALLIE YOUNG of D5l
hearts are so saddened Ai It& EUGENIA MABREY, I NW 50th St. died at Kendall
The Family 5805 NW 22nd Ave., died Dec! Hospital on Dec. 27,. Funeral NAMON LEE of 153 NW 8th
Lkfh5Y 29. Survivors include her I services were held on Thurs- St., died Dec. 20. Services Mon-

daughter, Irene Jones, three day, Jan. 2, at 2:30: p.m., Ii) the day 4 p.m. in the chapel. Sur-
BETHANY S.D.A. sisters, Juanita Howell, Ola Chapel with Rev. Emory Jack vivors Include his mother.

Rev. R. L. Wood fork, pastor Gregory nnd Mary West; two son: officiating.: She I h! survivedby Viola Lee .
Eryrina Rahmln/r./ press sec'y grand' children, Jacqueline and two grandchildren.MRS. .
2500 NW GOth Street William Jones. Services held I SIION
4tk The Friday at the Church of God. STEPHANIE LA
Bethany SDA Church 8-months-old
membership has just completeda daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman -
NW 10th St., was on arrival -
record-breaking crusade. This THERESA MCMILLAN at Jackson Mem. Hospitalon I i Newkirk, 410 SW 4th Ct.,
crusade gathered(} in some e BLACK, 1300 NW 53rd St., died Dec. 31. She Is survived by Homestead died Dec. 31. Services -
$7,700 in less than five weeks. I I Dec. 29. She is survived by her several nephews, Including Saturday 10 a.m. at

This Harvest i mother, Mrs. Betty Rose Mc- Percy Watson, nieces and cousins Greater New Mt.. Zion AME
Ingathering Millan and her foster parents including Mrs Belle Bol- Church In Homestead.
I is held
the funds are used annually to aid and the Mr.Services and Mrs. Jessie L. Black I den. The body will be shipped

various lines of humanitarian I Friday at the chapel. i on Jan. 11, to the Duncan
endeavor in all parts of the Brothers; Funeral Home In J. A. SummonsREAL
world. As a culminating eventa PATRICLOADHOLT: 7261 Gainesville, Florida where final
banquet has been scheduled '' NW 21st Ct. died Dec. 28. He Is burial arrangements will be ESTATE

MRS ANNA BAILEY for Saturday night, Jan. 4 at 8 'I' Saphronla survived by his daughter, Mrs. completed.
WALTON pm. where Elder S. Thomas. Leonard. Services INVESTMENTAPPRAISALS
Saturday 12
who departed this life Decem- ,secretary of the Home Missionary \ noon in the chapel. ALEXANDER SLATER of

ber 22, 1954. j Dept. of the South Atlan- r MRS. HATTIE 1430 NW 1st Ct., died on Dec.
Near shady wall a rose once tic Conference of SDA will be McGEE, 2953 27, at Kendall Hospital. He
NW 45th
grew, our special guest of honor. The survivors St., died Dec. 29. Her !'| leaves to mourn a father, Gus, NE 4.6875
Budded and blossomed in God's entire church membership Is are two sons, John'H.
Gray and Willie a sister, Mrs. Ada Mills, two
free light, i invited to this affair where Lymon; two
our daughters, Mrs\ nephews. Funeral services were 1899 N.W. 53rd St.
Watered and fed by morning king, Charles Farrington and and Eveline Josephine Wilson I i held on Friday, Jan. 3, at 2:00:
dewShedding queen, Mrs. A. E. Russell along Services Saturday Morgan.at 10 1 p.m., In the Chapel. Miami 42, Fla.
Its with our junior a.m.
sweetness day and queen, at Antioch
Baptist Church of
and night. Claude Long and Brenda Tynes Brownsville. IBM
As It grew and blossomed fair will reign. These persons raised vices will be held on Saturday,
and tall, the largest amount. Jan 4, at 230 p.m., In the Cha- -' 11
Slowingly rising to loftier The three to. .....,.,.,. '' -....,.,.,.
height, SDA churches of'the
It came to a crevice In the. Greater Miami area Applied i Christianity i Spiritual Temple, Inc.

wall, Ephesus, Berean, pastor, Rev. PRESENTS
Through which there shone a J. Hlnson, Bethany THE MAX OF DELIVERANCE FROM: COAST TO COAST
beam pastor Rev.
Onward of light.with R. Woodfork, will share In this RT. POPE W. SIMES
crept added
strength, event together. Whatever jour problem may be, through the power of God

With never a thought of fearor ,, Hats off to each of you who and your faith, it can be solved

pride; helped to make this Crusade Holding Services, Nightly 8 pan.
It followed the ,
through successful.
the crevice-length Jan. 1 thru 10th at 514 NW 6th Street

And unfolded itself on the ALBERT! Jan. 12 thru 17 at 1451 NW 3rd Ave.
other sile. Spiritual advice dally: 10 a.m. to noon 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. at
Oh we miss you so much our
465: N.W. 4th
hearts are so saddened. MAE FRANCIS.
The Family I 6893 NW 15th Ave., died Dec. I information phone FR 1-1751 room 106

78. Services in the chapel ,. ,.,.,.,.,.,. ,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,. ,.,.,.,.,.,.,,.,., ,. ,.,,.-.. ....

CARD OF THANKS: rrc ur/ay* :/a son at, 1 three p.m.aunts Her and. sat-I ..--......\......\-\p\--.-N\NY ...--....... - ;

MATTIE Tne family BELL of SAUNDERS the late others.: TV & RADIO! REPAIRS r

who died on December 11, !
wishes to thank the many HODERT LEE BROWN, 311"'W SALES AND EXCHANGES PL 1-8381

friends, neighbors: and relativesfor :\ 4Gth St. died Dec. 29. Ser- -- ....."......... ALL OUR WORK GUARANTEED
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kindness shown during the tiny. Wife, Vonclle and two
hour of their bereavement. vices held in the chapel Thurs- MRS. EVELYN BUTLER, I Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all :.
Thanks for the many taiUa, uiildren survive. 2255 NW 71st St. died Dec. 29. I Customers Ii
telegrams and floral pieces. Her survivors are two daughters j t and Friends
to Father Clark '"""'-" Jones I
Lucy and Veola J
and Funeral Home, Graveside services for Infant Williams; nine grand children, JOE SCOTT

Way God bless each and every- Hopkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. nieces and nephews. Services Authorised Factory TV Repair and SOW Co. '
one of you. :Matthew\ Hopkins of CG3 NW, Saturday 1 p.m. at St. James
Mrs. Lpulse Rahming 22nd St. were conducted Dec. Baptist: Church. Remains will : 933 NW 6:nd Street, Miami PC. H8381I.

,And Family 28. J He! ID repose In the chapel 2 --....._- ,......, .
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$11,000, $350 down and $68 ALTHEA GIBSON, former
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nice refined man, 1473 NW 70 9-4371. Open Sundaysand later a pro star, has signed a
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A VERY NICE ROOM In private roof, freshly painted, refinished The Florida A and M grad 6015 NW 7th Ave.
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No cooking, phone PL 1-5236, Price is $9,500, only $300 down after retiring from the tennis' Member Federal Savings nnd Loan Insurance Corporation
5950 NW 9 Ave. and $77 per month. Life Realty, game. She has become one of
4932 NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371, the best female golfers In the

1% BEDRDOOM HOUSE, Ideal Open evenings and Sundays.NO country today.

location, quiet neighborhood
Large front yard. Furn. ::J
St.furn, good place, 2161 NW 58 CBS cottage with appliances.- Pretty Broward County V

$250 down and $75 month. Move
$20 SIX ROOM unfurn. house right in. Life Realty, 4932 NW By Walter Bowe
free lights and water, 4528 NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open Sun- :!< 6 AUTO RADIATOR SERVICE
33 Ave. HI 012G8.1BEDROOMi days and evenings.

"' The South Broward VFW 1 Hour Service Credit Available
No. 8192 will meet Sunday,
Quiet neighborhood. 1012 NW rent free. Real nice CBS duplex Jan. 5, at 5:30: p.m., at the WHILE YOU WAIT
75th St. PL 9-4925. $20 week. 2-bedrooms on each side and Chamber om Commerce Building
Come in for free checkup
you get furniture and appli- Members are urged to Ma
LOVELY small house, chain ances. $GOO total down payment present. 8 POINT SYSTEM
Remove Hmllfilor From Much" Ftih,) Ulo ltCrtr
link fence. Will sell or rent and monthly payments are so Kuglnr
with money applying to pur- low the rent from one side will Star Light Lodge,\ No. 512 Chrrk water pump & hone
chase. Nice small family only It all. Life Clenn and Hod RaitiiitorN Tr<*t Kixllutor for Leak
pay Realty, 4932 NW meets Jan. 3 at 8 p.m., I .
FrldaYi Trttt Tlu'rniOHtni and and
$20 week, NE 5-5560., 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open Sun at the c Temple on Pembroke Cap Paint ItrpnlrPrcNnri nnd Install lUtdlator
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All Work Guaranteed
NW 3 furn.
garage apt. rooms I
bath, utilities furn. $20 per RETAIL SALESMAN The Cnrvrr: Ranches Fire Department COMPLETE STOCK OF REBUILT RADIATORS
week, rear, buses, G96-C811.) holds its meeting OIMW: 7 A.M. TO 5 P.M. MON. TJIItlJ SAT.

Immediate openings for young every Monday and night non-members, at 830.1: 6200 N.W. 27th Ave. Dial) OX 1-2221
Interested in All members
men permanent
LARGE, clean 2-bedroom apt.
employment as a retail sales- please be present.
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5 week with James Outler Jr., son of Mr.
ness, day: a starting -
cellent bus conveniences, one i James Outler, who Isa
salary $65 to $75 a week Including and Mrs.
small child, please. NE 4-5705 in Carver Ranches on
optional overtime. Excellent grocer
employee benefits. Apply,. Pembroke Road, was discharged BUY A HONE TO-DAY !
8 to 12, Llndsley Lumber Co. from the Army several
FOR SALE 3837 NW 17th Ave. weeks ago. Look at This! Why Pay RentIf

kitchen, nice 2-Jbedroom CBS, you have a good job and good, credit, you can
tile roof. Only $250 down, F'nest Selections in Miami move right in
$11,500. Total and $77 month
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Kori, Realtor.! 714 NW 62 St., Lovely homes open Good for a small family
nites PL 9-5533: days PL 4-3431 NEW LOW DOWN PAYMENTSEZ 2-1902 NW 51st Terrace $25 week
4-bedroom house
2 FLORIDA ROOMS, lovely Term Less Than Rent
CBS home, garage, nice awnIngs 3-2963 NW 57th Street $20 week
outside patio plus flower 3-bedroom house. Newly painted in and out I
house, beautiful yard, nice area, 4-4351 NW 25th Avenue $22 week
also tool house. Total cnly 1059 NW 46th Street
Nice home Florida and
513,500 with $450 down. Call A. 2-bedroom CBS room

fcen-Korl, Realtor, 711 NW 62 Beautiful CBS bedrooms! front porch, oil heat, garage.
St., nltes PL 9-5533, day PL awnings, fenced yard and appliances. $400 down, 5-Brand new 3-bedroom CBS homes. $500 down
$73 month. $11,800 total price. Located at 1. 1735 NW 68th Street

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baths, Fla. room, living room, 5. 7690 NW 15th Avenue
kitchen, dining room, big yard,
6-1361 NW 44th Street $20 month
$1,500 down. 1772 NW 47 Terr. 574 NW 44th Street '
JE 8-2284. Nice house with Florida, room, carport, awning
Gorgeous CBS 3-bedroom, oak floors, tile roof, garage 7-4502 NW 23rd Avenue $22 week

$300 DOWN, $59 month, 1230 and appliances. $400 down, $74 per month. Large 4-bedroom house for rent
NW 43 St. open 1-5 Sat. and $12,000 total price.
Sun. CDS beauty, sparkling We are open Saturday and Sunday
clean, better hurry this will .
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2 NICE LOTS with lovely Lovely CBS 2-bedYoom, Fla. room, hardwood floors ,

'3256 fruit NW trees 52nd, 50 St.x NE 108. 4-5705.3254 and and tile roof. $400 down, $77 per month. $12,500 569 N.W. 54th Street Ph. 7588761IDEAL

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:3-BEDROOMS, $9,200 total.
:Florida room, big kitchen, nice -
.awnings, lovely yard, good
:area. $300 down. Call A. Ben- 3711 13 NW 14th AvenueCBS

.:'Korl nltes, PL Realtor.0-5533,714 days NW PL 4-3431.62 St. duplex, live rent free, 2-bedroom, 1 bath each FOR THE LARGE FAMILYHome

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Is $13,500, $400 down and $84 AND EXTRA -
month. Life Realty 4932 NW The Broker that works for )
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', days and Sundays. -- ftNews room and enclosed garage.
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PAGE 12 SATURDAY JANUARY 4, 1964 Never the twain shall Chatter Matter I

t' THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. meet. On Christmas SINCE Iff 18
Negro Is listed under "N". Day a grocery
.t distinctive but rather store Santa treated Coconut Building
This is not For Quality
, Grove children to a 'Christmas:
It Is their subsconclous wayof
party at',a blocked off sectionof
I and
I segregating Crow. maintainingJim Fourth Ave., between, Doug- Pt 1-3604
las Road and Hrooker St.
Eventually will come the
I realization that men are all The party was sponsored for
\ cousins because they are the, the fourth year by Bernard ?b'
" \ offsprings of Adam and Eve. Hammersmith, owner of a food
I Cousins "under the skin" that store ,at 3374 Douglas Rd. zSttj- -
the religious Implications. Ultimate .
1e reality will be revealedIn ELMttH A. WARD, lre8Ide/
all Its splendor. Utopia will of Roosevelt Savings and Loan
I, be a reality for some membersof Association, is in Mercy Hos-
the human race eventually. pital for a checkup.
. When It does materialize tnah OWNER&t
............... ......... .......... ? will understand nature, himself .DAVID CLA1UC of Coconut LOT
By ALBERT W. COOKE and other men. Meantime Grove is confined to Jackson We plan, guide and advise
I" It is natural to be somewhat Hospital after a heart attack.
"ALL CATS ARE GREY IN as the darky will eventuallybe bewildered by situations and Your' (plans, or ours

TIlE DARK" Byron. What accepted.they have now for the circumstances. Nevertheless It Young Matrons To Custom Built Homes
Is the Negro's task to
The barriers of segregation most part Is not an understanding -
strides toward freedom and Celebrate Attractive Additions.
of the ebony people. It Is a SundayThe
did the walls the desired
. are crumbling: as bring altout changes.
false Image. In too many Instances invoke whatever God be Quality AlterationsGood
1 I of Jericho. This present generation our fay cousin main- may Young Matrons cordially
, t of Negroes can be portrayed tains the Uncle Tom conceptionof and thank Him for uncon- invite you to come out Sun- bank financing
with an Israel-like us. The white trash does querable souls though they day, Jan. 5 at 4:30: p.m. to help
"black the from
not see the "Martin Luther may be as pit them celebrate the first Sunday -
; Image. The Negro leader must King" picture. Actually they do pole to pole." COUSIN. in the New Year. Speakers ., ll L1 '
be likened to Joshua. He must not know us. The mental visionof for' the evening will be Evangelist -
be Intelligent, strong, of a good the Negro which Is producedby YWCA To Sponsor Earnestlne Johnson and wGce9'Licern'ed(!
courage and determined. The their Imagination causes Minister Gilbert Smith. Guest
colored people must believe In them to catergorize us. With- Leadership Program soloist will be Mrs. Margaret Insured
their cause. They must be out premeditation and without A tea will be given Wednesday Sweeting. We are also going to
faithful and educate their i consciousness of his actions Jan. 8 beginning: at 4:30: present the Young Matrons 888 N.E. 79th Street
children. With the education of "Brother Jonathan" label "Sam. p.m. at the YWCA, 114 SE 4th Chorus. Looking forward to
the race will come total mod- bo" good, bad and typical. St., when announcement will your presence and cooperation -
ernistic emancipation. Man Is the summation of be made of the Teen-Age Thelma Wallace Is presidenUprogram } Advertise! It Pays 1MMBBH I IA
what he learns and experi- Leadership Program which begins committee, Sisters M.
Sometime has to
i one consideration cause of ences. He Is a product of nature Jan. 11. I Snyder and L. McCoy

his despair.Caucaslon him.Deep He might Cousin well may become disturb Man Is and a by-product human environment.of his an-]I j The 0 i n program t 1 y by Is the sponsored YWCA, _.. BB aHM'l B___*_: ..__._.r_________._ _...._____._,__,______
cestors. the Welfare Planning Council
despondent or somewhat Hotel
I baffled. Strange feelings are This Is why both mammy and and Clairol, Inc., which Is represented -: Clyde Killenfs Sir John
often aroused. It I is seemingly her fay cousin behave as they by Tom Jefferson.
Inevitable that things will be do. The paleface hate. Biasness! Seven lecturers who will be Knight Beat Club
: Integrated. This makes It even and prejudice toward his rela- heard In the series on a wide
more difficult to comprehend. tive of dark color have been range of topics are expected to
This present behavior of our transmitted and perpetuated be present at the tea. Presents
1 fair skinned relative.Is generation after generation to About 35 girls, white and Negro 3-4-5
his present day. from less-privileged fam- Fri., Sat., Sun., January
It that the Gentile so- Naurally when colored peopleare ilies will take part here.

called ''understanding of the looked up In their catalog ... .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
dilemma -- -- - -
Negro creates for him a they do not look under "C.' LANCE
? If It does then a better That seemingly would be the STOP! LOOK! READ! MAJOR
understanding might resolvethe place, since John Is more commonly -
conflict. The result of this
called colored than Ne-
I could mean to the white man Jabberwork is in the air Latest hits, 4Hey| Little Girl/* "Urn Urn, Urn, Urn"

accepting the black man now- gro.However, If they did this, again! Watch this spaed ,
that could be too much like in- ALSO STARRING
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