The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: January 11, 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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The times are changed and we ore changed with them "" ""'

'4tat_YEAR. No. 20 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, -JANUARY 11, 1964 16 PAGES--".. -10 CENTS


I Elderly Couple Voting Is Basicl964Task

'Dies In Fire ,

., A Miami woman burned to said F ,
death report Mr. Bethel fell
Wednesday morning and asleep smoking his t
her 70 year-oldd husband died ; "Under stimulus of the elec-
Mrs. Hilda Gibson, who lived NEW YORK -For the -
the day.. after being seriously 'in the downstairs apartment Association for the Advancement tion year," tho Wllkins memorandum
Injured when he tried to Jump said shouts of, the neighbors of Colored People points''' out, "we should
to safety from a second-floor wakened her and she ran Into "the most Important basic taskof multiply many time our 1963
window. the street in .her night clothes. 1061 is putting named on the total of 82,733 new registrantsby
Mrs. Lenore Bethel, 55 of 1744 The fire was discovered by voting: books," Roy Wilkins, the I NAACP workers. In addition .:
NW 5th A"e. ., was the victim neighbors about 5:30: a.m. Association's executive secre- 108,313 persons were
of the fatal tragedy., William, tary, asserts in a memorandum qualified to register In Vlruinla[
her husband, was rushed to dispatched to all state and local alone by our drive to have them
Jackson Hospital In serious Bandit Robs : NAACP units throughoutthe pay their poll tax" :
condition 'with ''first, second 3
and third, degree burns and country. In another memorandum: to
internal injuries. He ,died on Bus Driver I EVery unit of the Assoicatlon all NAACP unIts Mr. Wllklnsi: '
; calls for an all-out effort in 19041'
Thursday afternoon. i is!l called upon to begin its reg-
Jerjnaye: Davis, a 10-month- k istration campaign now. "Do to surpass the peak year of 1063. I :
old granddaughter, who has Takes HostageWhen not wait until three weeks before -- "NAACP units are' pushlni
,been staying with the Bethels, JAMES ESPY SR. election time," Mr, Wil- civil rights in the, North an ,
a"'few days previously, went to kins admonishes. South, East and West, In Wash .
another, grandmother; Mrs. a Metro bus stopped at EARNS ington for the nation and,in:'
Audrey Davis, 1665 NW 4th NW 71st St. and 22nd Ave. DOCTORATE Politicians pay close atten- state capitals and city councils';
Wednesday at 12:57: a.m. a tion to any change in registra- elsewhere. We are working on
Ave.The robber with a rusty revolver> DEGREEJames tion figures, tho memoranum, Jobs, housing, schools, due pro- ,
fire damage was con- tapped the driver for $31.91 sent out on Jan. 3 says "By cess of law, voting, public accommodations I
fined to the front bedroom and and male a woman passenger Espy Sr., was awarded increasing registration totals i and all variations '1
hall; on the second floor of the walk to the corner as a tem- the doctor of philosophy degree early in the year, you may very thereof. We use all methods ,'. .l
at Graduate School of
two-famUy frame building, and porary '''hostage. the University of Minnesota possibly Influence the policiesand !l Now that we are on a higher
smoke and water damage was candidates this year, not in level, Jet's keep, climbing in
extensive, said Assistant Fire The bandit took the cash in August 10G3. The subject of 1005. YQU can Influence voting 1001," Mr. WilkIns,,urges.
}tie f R. E. Coxe. from AurelIo Correa, 37, of the research study was "Fac- records of congressmen, all of
703 W. 37th St., Hialeah, then tors Influencing Choice of College whom must be ,elected next
The Fire Department and pointed the gun at a woman Teaching as A Career," Nov." I I

other investigators have not police Identified as E. Miller, It to Bob Named
been able to determine the I 31, and told the ot'her passen- was designed primarily Moreover, Mr. Wilkins' call to Hayes
find out why these individuals
cause or origin of the fire. One gers he would kill her if they had chosen college teaching action points out, "with a built
I did not look at the floor. and what they thought{ about up registration, 'you will be
next Nov. to Athlete of Year
There were four passengersin their Jobs. It also sought to ready campaignfor
the defeat of all those who
the bus including the gunman discover distinguishing
Det. Walter Seward any vo'c against the civil rights' bill l'
said. \
'characteristics of these teachers In Congress" Robert Hayes, Florida .A.,and .,,', .' ''' .'f
"We ae going to walk to which might Increase understandIng M sprinter, was. named FJorl- 1
the corner Just like husband of the, special staff While not neglecting the' tla ,amateur. athlete of the ,year b I'' I
and wife," he told the woman ing problems of these insttu- South, the campaign will place Saturday night by'' "the, Miami,
after warning the driver andother tions. "special emphasis on tho under. University Club.- <

passengers not to move Dr. E py served as 'prnclpalof 1 registered northern cities and Hayes was selected for the
until she returned. towns. There are at least a half-
Booker T. Washington High million perhaps even a full mil honor from n'group' of nine
School in the early 30's and lion, Negro citizens of voting who received ,awards Saturday
several other schools in the in the North night, after being selected
Ocala JudgeSentences .. age who are not as t
state on guidance and the supervision "
registered, the memorandum outstanding in their! line of
of adult education. In .
asserts. sport.
addition he has been on Instructor
and a visiting professor of
education at the University of
LeaderPatricia ,Minnesota. He has member-
ship in several learned organizations !.
Stephens Due 23- including Phi Delta
year-old Florida A and bi i sus- Kappa fraternity.

spended student from Miami Edward Waters College)) pub-
was sentenced Tuesday in Ocalato lished and distributed, the
a year in prison and fined summary, conclusion and recommendations -
$1,000 for resisting arrest last of the dlsserta-
August in a racial demonstration. -

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pleze, of Exams Open For
1519 NW, 65th St. announce the Mrs. Dus was with 15 other
,engagement of their daughter, youngsers taken before County
Marva Laverne, to Mr. Bartow Judge Le\vh 1 O. Myers for sen- Stenogs TypistsExamination
Duhart Jr., son of'',Mr. and Mrs. tencing involving demonstrations ,
Bartow, Duhart Sr., of Talla- in that city last summer. applications for
hassee, Miss Pleze is. the nieceof She was the leader in many Federal Government employment -
;',the late;.ElUoft!!! ..J. Pleze. anti-segregation demonstrationsin I as stenographers and typists -

Miss Pieze and Mr. Duhtrt Tallahassee.In i may be obtained now from uu rFa
.;4ft.both; graduate of Florid'A passln"g'sentenC'e the Judge I the ,hoard 'of U ,S. Civil Service t
and"M University and teacher said, "This should be nothingnew Commission In Atlanta. k c ; q .

at Miami. Northwestern Sr. to,you. You're Retting tQ be I Applications forwarded to or {I
High School. Miss Pleze V is a quite a Jail-bird. She will haveto postmarked by Jan. 13, 1004 for
member JDelta Sigma Theta spend another year if she mailing to the Atlanta Region, .,
Sorority. doe not'pay the fine.SOUTH U. S. Civil Service Commission, S. 1.

-- will permit individuals' meeting .
--c.-------: requirements to participate in ,
the examinations and qualify
DADE YOUTH placement on registers for Fed

eral Service Employment.This a tcMi

FOUND GUILTY IN ASSAULT register announcement for stenographers opens the

G S-3 and G S-4 and typistsG
A Homestead youth was 21 another Negro, were
S-2 and G S-3, yearly start-
found guilty Wednesday by"a .dict'ed' for the rape at a salaries for stenographers G S-3
Circuit Court Jury of raping a da'city cockpit the night of July is $3.880 and O S-4 Is $1,215.' .

.. 19-year-old white housewfe. Starting salary per annum for
The Jury recommended mercy. 19.Brysuut'd trial J la set for Feb. typists G S-2 is $3,620 and G S 3

\ The recommendaton makes is $3,880. Since this announce- .

j<,a Hfe sentence mandatory for w4 __ ment establishes a new register CassIus has..a heart fit "performance Thursday.., ,t'
Clay as
i : Boast Laster Jr.: 19. The 11- Laster 'denied the accusationon for stenographers and typists .,
, '
mouth. HerbertL. 10 at nanruci and
testified even individuals who have big as his says, Bailey'sGreatest
and one-woman jury deliberated the witness stand. He previously
man passed such examina- Weiner, chairman the Cir Show on Earth. ,Clay ....s.
hour and 45
for one that the -confession he tions should reapply us Committee forth? ,ChUdren'sCenter will appear as a Roman',Gladiator. '' ,

minutes. made was gotten from him Basic eligibility requirementsto a local day school for In a horse-drawn:: ,chariot. ,, ,1n '4tf"
Sentencing was deferred by after he was beaten and burn- submit applications from Individuals emotionality disturbed children. 'and will recite an 'original :' ;
. Judge James W ; Kehoe 'and apre ed with a ,clgaret. He said also 18 years or older or I The garrulous Casfllus. ''con- poemdedicated' to* the Child, '1 1
< tender for the World's heavyweight ren Center..
high school seniors under 18 ,,, If
the statements In the confession '
Investigation ordered -
nteDCe years is 6 months to 1 year Championship on Feb. Tickets for thls.premiere:peivmanco ht
', by: him. I were inaccurately taken ap.-I 25 on Miami Beach, will appear are on saebowat'f) ; ,,) ,-.,, .
,fjt Laster and Reid H. Bryant down. 'Continued on page 13)) onlv at the opening p,..h' **."*- $2.50 and $10.0(7., .. .,, ; : ,I

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THE TIMES Witnesses End 3-day umphs" he said, "when put to
MIAMI MIAMI FLA.PAGE Charlotte Hill r the teSt on foUr basic issues."

2 SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1964 Becomes Bride of ConferenceJehovah's "These Issues" he continued,
"are the origin of life, the origin

Lewis JohnsonThe Witnesses climaxed of man, solutions td life's pro
their three-day Bible confer lima, and what the future
of Miss Char- 1 *
f marriage of ence In Fort Lauderdale yester- hotels
lotte Rosalean Hill daughter
record crowd of
EmanuelHill day with a The crowd
Mr and Mrs. Thomas applauded approv
of Petersburg, Va., to Lt. 1,395. ingly to Crump when Anderson

k Lewis Henry Johnson; Jr., son Bennie CrUm presiding minister remarked "while science improves -
of Lewis Henry JohnSonsr'i; fate of of the Miami West Unit living standards It pro-

Coconut Grove Congregation, said 18 congregations duces anxiety, tension, and
Mrs. Henrietta Bethel Johnson, representing < 15 south neurotics to offset its gains. It
took place recently in the Union Florida cities served as dele- stands helpless to solve world
Grove Baptist Church, Petersburg social, moral, and spiritual
------- ------ gates. de-

Anderson, a
ROBERT "Ik>b" TAYLOR of our city. Miss Vivian McRae of The Rev. George Polk pastor William of the Watchtower Crump said 20 new ministerswere
]!New York Giants is vacationing Middletown Conn., Mrs. Alice performed the doubleringceremony I Bible supervisor and 'tract Society spon- baptized, being completely
In the Magic City. Bob is a Samuels Jones and daughter Mrs. Jeanette Bur I the conference, delivered Immersed In water to signify-
.'Maryland State grad and Is Michelle of Washington, D. C. gess was organist.The I sor the principal address. His their dedication to do God's will.Dugie's .
!quartered at the Hollywood and Mrs. Myra Murrell WillIams Bible Tri- r
of "The
bride a subject was
wore gown
Beach Hotel. of Richmond, Va. were "
white satin and lace, rounded umph In A Scientific World.
royally entertained by the family -
skirt and Anderson told his audiencethe
JOHN BROWN JR., entertained and close friends of the neckline bellshaped
contradict Guest HouseThe
his Harvard hostess. The snow-bound vIsi- long circular train. Her veil of Bible does not
Inter- science. "The Bible tri-
illusion fell from satin proved
roommate, who was his house- tors were quite reluctant about
hearts and she carried house of unusual
locking room
guest during the holidays at a leaving our sunny and hospit- of white roses --
get-together In his parents' able city. and carnation a bouquet 'UOS! Open 24 hours ,- NE. 4-3851
Gist St. home on Friday night. puowheu tioscw McKnight
Hill Baugh of Hoagland, Olive Seeing is BelievingSee
THEODORE ROBINSON and Mrs. Shirley William Hollis of Trenton, N.J.,
AMONG TIlE STUDENTSwho Brooklyn, was her sister'smatron us for clean rooms
his sister, Hattie Robinson, Sgt. and Mrs. Samuel
returned to school after honor. She wore a
English teacher at Northwestern of Aberdeen, Md., Mr. and Mrs.
holiday vacation at home were: spent the Christmas holI- street length gown In lucerne Moses Baugh of Broklyn, N.J., Jamaica Dugie, always a
See via Adams, Tuskegee; Joyce days at the bedside of their ill blue and a matching headpiecewith and Barbara Thomas of New friend
:Johnson,, Lessie. Blackshearand father In Tallahassee. a veil. She carried blue York and Mrs. Hilda Hatchetteof

Robin Solomon, Hampton; and white carnations. Washington, D.C. 2941 N.W. 47th St., Miami
Cornelius James, St. Edwards'University _
Austin Texas. end Mro. PHAION C. Misses Albertha Hill, Arlean The bride Is a graduate of
WYCHE have returned to their Mason, Lois Coleman Jacque-- Virginia State College and is a

Mrs MARTHA BULLOCK of studies at FAMU after spend- line Randolph, Amanda Nelson teacher in the Chesterfield
Woodbury, N.J. Is houseguestof ing the Christmas holidays at and Martha Kain, all of Peters- County system. The groom Is a
Florida A. and M.
her cousin, Blanche Dean. home with their parents. burg, Va. were bridesmaids. graduate of Join NAACP!
They wore gowns in lucerne University and is presently
blue Identical to that of the stationed at Fort Lee, va.
Popular HARRY SMITH recently
celebrated his 10th anniversary \ ,ELNORA EDGERSON honor attendant.
in business. Is and MATTIE HEATH are
Harry Joy Yvette Hatchette of ,
owner and manager of the Var- spending the holidays with Washington, D. C., Angela Ma-
uncle and aunt and .
sity Barber Shop on 15th Ave. of
son and Carlisse Stephenson 'ir
Alfreda Smith and nice ,
I many flower girls. HIOtNtt ITB KAUTV
Petersburg, were
met while visiting:
friends they
CONGRATULATIONS to Attorney They wore blue organza with MAD
Bahamas. The visit
Nassau, : tCUSTOM
James Matthews his
on scalloped collars. They car-
was enjoyable. They sayed at blue and white PLASTIC FURNITURE
recent appointment as Opa- Mr. and Mrs. ErskIne Williams' ried baskets of 1 I
;iocka's first Negro Judge. home. petals. Clifton Leroy CheathamJr. '
., was rlngbearer. SLIP COVERS i
:showing off her recently-proudly ALONZA A. FLOYD of 425 Edwin B. Johnson of Miami : &\ .

:adopted home, our Magic Cityto NW Cth St. Is spending the holi was Ushers his brother's were Sgt.best Theodore man. I .1 ANT

her mother, Mrs. Eliza days with his father Rev. Gal/ral, Sgt. Samuel Gllllam, a..lANTII' !
Grigsby who Is visiting from
Theodore J. Floyd, Clifton Cheatham Sr., Robert
Detroit. Edgely St., Philadelphia. Rev. Mptt+eN"ov '
Baubh, Joseph Ellis, and Ray-
Floyd Is a well known radio mond Hoagland. A reception
GET-WELL wishes to Edith minister that can be heard s
followed in the Church Fellow >
Poitler and Jeanette Bellamywho several times weekly over many ship Hall. I faD unMAns ,
are confined to Christian radio stations! such as WHAT -
Hospital. and WDAS, Philadelphia; Out of town guests were: .norAI.IImCl
Mrs. Rebecca J. Gibson of PL&mC
WNAR, Norris Town: WEEZ !
ANGENORA PASCHALL and Chester, Pa.; WPEN, WCAU Greenwich, Conn., Miss Hen- >
EMILY: spent Christmas with WBBM, Chicago and WHAS, rietta J. Johnson, Coconut EXCLUSIVELYMeuie
her mother and father, the Louisville. Ky., WHAM, Ro- Grove, Mrs. Helen J. Gibson fHONIWl
Leonard Spearmans In Tallahassee chester, N.Y. and Edwin B. Johnson of Co el Grotehen 7-1011
conut Grove; Mrs. Edith Ma-
Rev. Floyd is a member of

BEFORE RETURNING to NAACP branch, a researcherand
her studies at North Carolina member of Negro and
College In Durham, Juanita Black World History and is
Johnson hosted friends at a is treasurer of the Citizen and
New Year's celebration In her Black Community of which he ATTENTION LICENSED : ..a

parents' home on that day. has been elected five times,
Juanita Is the daughter of and is also a prominent member -
Oscar and Sybil Johnson of of the African Universal HAIRDRESSERS

Opalocka.TO Speaker Bureau and is a mem- s.:
ber of WDAS Charity, M
THE DELIGHT of their p u
many ,friends, Ora L. Haywoodand RI..b" This Pali r M
Carmetta Brown MRS. MARY ROSS of
are recuperating 4
at home after their NW 11th Ave. had as her 7.r'--
recent hospital confinement. houseguest for the holidaysher iS.m a4a
daughter and son-in-law, lAJ ,, '
CONGRATS to Roy and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jackson of MondayJanuary k Seba

Carolyn Young on the recent Washington, D.C. Mrs. Jackson
{'dp Na V R 'M ,''Gti
In the
birth (Julia) Is a teacher pub-
of another son, Darryl .
lic school of Mr.
Allan who made Washington.
a pre-Xmas
entrance. Jackson Is employed In govern. 20 1964
ment work. They were highly ,

TIME NATIONAL Commissionfor entertained by their many

Teacher Education and friends while here and reported 1:00
Professional Standards held a a most enjoyable stay.A. p.m. Sharp

two-day regional meeting with
teachers and school adminis- 3-quarter ounce
daughter (Kimberly Ann) to
trators at Barcelona Hotelon
Dr. and Mrs. Davis Alva .
Miami Jerry (
Beach this week.
Smith former Miamians who
Several members of the Florida
State Teachers Associationwere now reside In Victorville. Cal. THE SOFSTYLE SHOW
in attendance. Alva Is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sherman Smith of
this city.
LAST WEEK was a full one

for football fans who witnessed .

the Nebraska Green defeat Packers Auburn defeat and returned to Bethune-Cookman Everglades Room

the Cleveland Bay Browns at the College with after spending her mother the holidays and- I Everglades Hotel

Orange Bowl Stadium. grandmother. BISCAYNE BOULEVARD AT 2nd STREET MIAMI

BIRTHDAY Greetings and (Continued on page 5))

best wishes to: Gilbert Porter, FREEPRIZEsiFREE
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Carolyn Stubbs, Geneva Wilson REFRESHMENTS!
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
J. A. Summons ,
Armbrister, Mattie L. Squire, "
Lela Margaret Boone Green, Eunice, Valencia Liberty williams -, REAL ESTATE FREE ADMISSION ,"

Dorothy McKellar, Barbara
Savoy, Lisa Marie Arm- STYLISTS MR. EUGENE AND-


erly Nixon.A .

JOYOUS college reunionof 1839 N.W. 53rd St.
friends was held during the WILLIAM J. O'BRIEN AND CO.
Christmas season at the home Miami 42 Fla. .
of Mrs. Vivian Clark Owens. 7211 N.W. 2nd Ave. Miami
Three former Hampton Insti- PL 9-2766 ,
tute classmates arrived in : I

Miami on December 26 and B

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200 DemonstratorsJailed p a

r rt

i In t>

J Chapel Hill 1 i a Py, 1 i

Chapel, long known as a meccaof
southern liberalism and site ,B-C Library Gets
of the University of North

Carolina, has become the scene $2,000 Gift
of a bitter racial clash Involving AUTO RADIATOR SERVICE
efforts of the Chapel Hill Dr. Richard V. Moore announces -
,CORE: group to Integrate over a gift of $2,000 from
25 public establishments which Mrs. Benjamin G. Olney of 1 Hour Service Credit Available
do not admit Negroes. After Rochester, N.Y. to be used for
fruitless negotiations, Chapel the Harrison Rhodes Memorial \VHI14.'uu: WAIT
Hill CORE began demonstra- Library at the discretion of the Come in for free checkup

tions over two weeks ago Involving head librarian, Miss Martha M 8 POINT SYSTEM

sit-ins and mass Barhel. Remove' Radiator From Muck Flush Engine Block
marches. The Harrison Rhodes Memo-
Car Check water pump & honerCleats
Over 200 demonstrators rial Library houses 37,750 volumes and Rod lladiatorti Tent Radlntor for Leak
have receives regularly 291
Test Thermostat and and Repair
been arrested and charged with periodicals and receives cur- Paint and Install RadiatorAll
Mrs. Thelma Holmes,, daughter Pressure Cap
disoredrly conduct and resist-
rently 42 The library
of Mrs. Rosetta Braddy, 1431 Work Guaranteed
ing arrest. Fifteen demonstrators Issued the last academic
refused to post bond and year for use outside the library NW C CCth St., was a recent COMPLETE STOCK OF REBUILT RADIATORS .'
remained in jail throughout the Including overnight loans of reserve speaker at New Bethel Baptist OI'KN 7 A.M. TO ft P.M. MON. THRU SAT.
entire holiday period. Severalof books Volumes to Church In Lake City. She usedas '
"Chrlstaln Wor 6200 N.W. 27th Ave. Dial OX 1-2221
the "Jail-Ins" are on an ex- faculty 41,720 volumes to her theme
tended hunger strike In pro- students and 4,007 to others. ship."
test over the segregated prison The library also has an Interlibrary Mrs. Holmes Is doing her Intern -
faculties. loan for graduate stu- work at the Minnie J. Nl-
dents and faculty. EquipmentIs black Elementary School In Painless Office Treatment of
Lake City. Her directing teach-
providel in the library for
the utilization of microfilms, pr is Mrs. Louise Dorsett. Mrs. RUPTURE ctH PILES
a parallel action, some 30 I.e., reading machines for microfilm Holmes Is a native of Miami.

miles south In Sanford, North mlcrocards, and micro- She Is a graduate of Booker T. Rectal Diffuses' Varicose Veins, Pro. .
Carolina, a 15-year-old girl print. Washington High School and MtJito-No lost time-DlnonrU TritcmUpon i
shot In Four full-time librarians and has done substitute work for :
was the leg by an unseen rorrettlon of Rupture.' Reducing
six student librarians are assigned four years In the Dade County :
Wood-Urine Testa -
sniper during CLINIC
a protest DR. LONG'S
to the library. The library Public School System. pre-
march led by Chapel Hill is open to the public sent she is a student of FloridaA 1545 SoW 1st .-FR 3-2748 A general health service
CORE leader John Dunne. Ef- from 730: a.m. to 0:30: p.m. Mon- and M. University and a member
forts to end outright segrega- day, Wednesday and Friday and of the University Choir.

tion In the Chapel Hill area from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Sat- v!iS4M5SiSi 18 J s. 40SS i""O L ..fi ifr4+'O
will continue Indefinitely until library is continually 1700 NW 55th St.

a satisfactory settlement Is In striving to make available educational Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor STAR MEAT MARKET
hand. and recreational resources Mrs. Bunesba Green. reporter

which will enhancethe Beloved If God so loved us,
Instructional and extra- we ought also to love one another -
- -- -4
curricular program of Bethune- ," 1 John 4:11.: / 1520 N. W. 62nd St.
STOP! LOOK! READ! Cookman ollege. Miss Barhel, The No. Two Choir of St. Luke "
indicates that this gift will be will observe Its anniversary,
Jabberwork !is in the air ..
used for strengthening the library Jan. 24, thru Jan. 20. On Friday, -+-

again! Watch this space holdings in the science Jan. 24, at 8 p.m., you are cordially -
and mathematics division and Invited to a Musical Pro- WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
for coming attractions! the humanities division, and to gram. Some of Miami's most THE MARKET
supplement the all-Negro his. outstanding choirs will appearon
...... tory collection. our program. Concluding

Sunday, Jan. 26, at 3 p.m., witha
sermon by a visiting minister Fresh Meat-Low Prices
More about this later. Dea. '

I FRANKLIN FEDERAL) Davis Whitehead, program, president chairman.; Mrs. M. 44gIISO0'f' .4ltt ftW bt 69t + tf.0486t, 4s54 ;4 4rr 1'

GROWS TO $3,340,000"Franklin ,,tAT

Loan Assolcation Federal has Savingsand com .. '. YOUR ) ,

to a milestone in its financial Georgia Cites 12 I.): COMPIETEIYINTEGRATED .
growth," stated Bill Miller, the t
Association's active young prest. Peace MarchersFor SAVINGS

dent. In approximately fifteen INSTITUTION \
months, Franklin Federal resources ContemptALBANY JOHN s. 01.. '" aLMl1, A. WAIOCNAIAMAN
have grown 39% now Ga. Twelve
totaling more than $3,40,000.The Canada-to-Cuba peace marcherswere
Association's, reserves have cited for contempt of
Increased 372durlng the past court last week for refusing to

year while savings accounts walk from Jail to o court room its Me BIG nvs
have moved to 'a new record I to answer city charges.
high increasing 207% with 1401 Two of 14 arrested! Dec- 23
active savings accounts account-' for failure to follow a prescribed -
Ing for more than 3 million dol parade route were willIng
lars. The Association's mortgage to walk up a flight of stairs
portfolio rose a substantial 224% to the second floor municipalcourt Anticipated dividendJan. ,
servicing some 259 accounts room but all the, trials It 1004 that autos fit 4lfferncilurrent "
with $2,391,000 in first mortgage 'were postponed until the con
financing. tempt I Issue is settled.
Franklin Fedreal I increased Its Judge Adie N. Durden directed OF COURSE YOU GET 00 4%.% Dividend

dividend rate effective Jan. 1st City Attorney Grady Rawlsto Low Cost Home Loans
formal order for
1901 to an anticipated 4quarterper prepare a
cent per year paid and com- the 12 to answer the contempt

pounded quarterly. Savings accounts charge in court today. ACCOUNTS INSUREDO Equal Job Opportunities for All
opened, or accounts added All have remained in Jail In uPTO$10,000EY PLUS
to on or before Jan. 20 will lieu of $200 bonds on charges AN AGENCY OP TH1FEDERAL
earn from the first of the month of falling to parade where the GOVERNMENT Mortgages without DiscriminationTpV
told them to, dis-
police chief
and will receive the year's first
quarterly dividend March 31st. orderly{conduct. and. disobeying.. ,.. Extra Hours "

"We look to 1964 with bright an officer. t, MON..THU. .. ................10..M.*.4,.M. I "
anticipation" Miller concluded, The two Indicating a 'readiness HOWl Another FRIDAY' ................... .10......e'.... > '
"to Increased In the to stand trial were Tyrone M1URDAY .......................12 H.
activity and Peter BIG "PLUS"
home field and Jackson, Albany, ....
building a revitalized Gregonis, Sllverton, Ore. "I
savings flow. We hope Members of the fluctuatinggroup
to bolster the economy of the which has numbered as
community which we serve dur- many as 25, have been arrested VALUABLE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS 'EE'
the with hun-
ing coming year several times since'they began

earmarked dreds of thousands for new of construction dollars their trek through Georgia a very time you add $50 to your present '{oU CE' nl :
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months '
few ago. account when OPEN A NEW ACCOUNT E E .
and new homes for our re- __ ,or you f "
sidents. Urban Renewal Is -

100 Merchant Gre tt Slamp* E0.

FREE TRIP! "Open Mike" SubjectNext 900 200 Merchant Merchant Green Grteit Sf Stamp
OVER $2 000 000 ,400 Merchant* Green Stamp feen.MO..
With Imagination yon can Sunday nieht Jan. 12, 500 Merchant: Green Stamp: ,
travel to the moon or any of "Open Mike" cominar as usual 400 Merchant Green tempi 300.mo.. }
the other planets. Our cosmic the NW 700 Merchant Green Stamp .iI!!'
from HamptonHouse,
00 Merchant Green Stamp $ 00. '
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atmosphere will stir the deepest 27th Ave., and 42nd St., will In Resources Since July I 4, 1963 toO Merchant! Green Stamp >j4b4'1 I'
roots of your imagination.Make continue I Its discussion on "The 1000 Merchant Green Stamp. ffcoo.ROOSEVELT ,t
the unique scene at the Pros and Cons of Urban Renewal -- >
Satellite Innovations by ," with specific emphasis on ,. H I I .;(11.41. '1 I11I11 I-::;;;

Jimmy Crawford. "Simply out the Jan. 28 Urban Renewal ,
\ ,
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of this Amendment. Panelists are. A. D. .
SATELLITE LOUNGE Moore, Dr. George Simpson and ,' '
6222 NW 7th Arc. Hendrick J. Berns; and guests "
... .... .
Al 7,00 ,. .
will be Dr. Virgil Pltstlck, S/I'JING,1.' OAJ ASiOClAflOf: .. 1.L ..a..b.*k_*M p....te MN .r
James Reid, Art Green, and 000... McxkwM 0.- ,,-,, Ifui Heve ,t .
.NCfH cht ., ...
Charles Lockhart. The program 6015 N. W. 7th Avenue Ail art w..r N .., ....., /flit$.a ....*'.,.. ,': ,...
starts at 7 and ends at 9 ., ,em .to Mla |e ..... wt.w.... '
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PAGE 4 SATURDAY JANUARY 11, 1964U. retired ,teachers, said Mrs.\ Hazel Dudley, who is in Agreement Settles
charge of the substitute list of 1500.
Atlanta Sit-ins

President Lyndon Johnson delivered his State of the satisfactory(ATLANTA, agreement"GEORGIA CIA

Union message on Wednesday. If applause- means "we are been reached between the man.has
will endeavor to pass leg- agement of Dobbs House
in accord" then the Congress and the Student Inc,
islations suggested by President Johnson, Coordinating Com m NonvIolent i t !

,; E. BIGISMUND REEVES, Editor, and Publisher He asked the Congress to bring his programs to a (SNCC), suspending demonstra.tee
GARTH C. REEVES Editori tion that had closed 12
Managing fair and final vota. ants in the chain lestuar

I Member of the National Newspapers Publishers Association The Preident wants balanced budget. He believes Richard Yates, DobUs
'. that the $97 billion budget could maintain the full vice president, confirmed House that
,ONE YEA $3.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 strength of our defenses while providing for education, ed.an agreement had been reach"We've .
health and the unemployed.
.Entered as Second) Class Matter, August 0, 1027'at the Post Office civil rights reached a satifactory
the strongest "
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 He emphasized passing agreement, John Lewis, SNCO
bill in 100 years. Chairman said. Lewis was arrested
Main Office at 6740 N.W. 13th Avenue-Phone OX 1-0421 "Let me make one principle of this administration at a Toddle House rel
Downtown Office: 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR 3-2236<< these increased opportunitiesin stuarant here Sunday, Dec 22
abundantly clear' : All and spent Christmas in fail
"CREDO OF TilE NEGRO PRESS" employment, education, housing and every field with 23 others.

The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead the must be open to Americans of every color. Mrs. Lillian Gregory, 20 wife

world from racial and national antagonism when it accords to As far as the writ of federal law will run we must of commedian Dick Gregory
.' and two other
every man regardless or race, creed or color his human and demonstrators
legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man-the Negro Press abolish not some but all racial discrimination held in Jail since Christmas Eve

strives to help every man in the firm belief that all men ore Prosperity at home and peace ..in. the.. world are were also released on Thursday< ,
Jan. 2.Gergory.
hurt as long as anyone is held back. goals set by the President.
well delivered and seemedto had come to Atlanta
It was a masterly speech, to participate in sit-in demonstrations

SORRYIn be pregnant with sincerity. aimed at the restua-
Ye Editor's Review of 1963 in last week's issue I rant chain and had succeeded Inclosing
Jof the- Miami -Times-'he- inadvertently omitted the name 12 of them. After the

of the chairman of the Metro Community Relation American Legion FOR RENT House original workers 24 arrests refused, to Dobbs press

;Board and this happens to be His Excellency Coleman F charges against the protestor.
2-bedroom furnished home
:,Carroll, bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Miami Program Sunday Gregory, his wife, and several

: Ye Editor must admit this bad beginning fox In Bunche Park other demonstrators had pur-
was a Calling all members American chased Stock In Dobbs House
the year 1964. He certainly regrets the incident. However Legion Auxiliary No. 165 691-7331 621-7653 which also owns the Toddle
since to is I we will celebrate our anniver- House chain.
err human, and to forgive, divine, he is sure
'Bishop Carroll will understand. sary on Sunday, Jan 12, 1964,
at St, Barnabas W. M. Church,
Bishop Carroll has been a leading light in pursuinga 5871 NW 24th Ave. All membersare LOOK AT THE E NEW HOMES
; policy of integration and better human relationship asked to be on time .at the >

:'since coming to Miami more than five years ago 11:00 am. service Sunday morn I, Call us to show them'?j i to you. Keys' in office
r ing. The Rev. E. A. Culmer is j I
He was first to desegregate Catholic schools.
the pastor. Move right In. No 'qualifying.
>, His influence In community relations is known and I
recognized nationally. All members of John Griffin 6330 NW 29th Aver lue 3 bed, 2 bathee
.. Post No. 165 are invited to wor 1910 NW 55th Stn ee bed, 2 bath
Miami has benefitted much by his coming to this ship with us also. ,_
1868 NW 51st Tern ace 3 bed, 2 bath
city. Don't forget on Wednesday
c Ye Editor believes that the community in general night at our regular meeting Easy down payment Easy monthly payment
:will agree that Jan. 15, 1964 an inspiring pro- Open Sunday :i-5pm.I
we owe Bishop Carroll a debt of grati
tude for the keen interest he gram will lie held at the Dixie Fenster
manifests in civil rights for Park Center. Realty
all people. We ,hope for his continued leadership in the Mamie Montgomery, president -
,cause of ,human relations in Dade County. 1260 N.W. 62nd St. PL 9.8779


Pope Paul the VI has returned to the Vatican aftera ". '

visit to the Holy Land where' he was enhusiastically received ..
by King: '''Hussein, Patriarch Athenagoras, head .,;., '.

of the Eastern Orthodox Church, its members and every THIS.WILL CERTIFY '

city he- entered, among them Judea, Samaria, Bethany,
Jordan,, Jewish Israel ,
'" This meeting was the first for a Pope and a Patriach J
years. ;
The pilgrimage was highly successful and the Pope ;
expressed the hope for unification of the churches. 7A\j 7A
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Figures given in the 1964 yearbook of the National \ THAT Winst 1N nneWABLE ..

Council of Churches are quite interesting. They show the ... I II IS A CITIZEN .
Roman Catholic
Church membership as 43,847,938.
Other churches (Protestants) 64,929,941 members. There INTEGRITY DEDICATION
; are 3,001,751 members of Eastern Orthodox in the United

t States. There are 5,509,000 members of,the Jewish Faith I 'I
Percentagewise the Catholic Church has an annual THE BEST MAN FOR MAYOR

I growth rate of. 23 pre cent, while the growth rate of
Protestant churches is slowing up.
The Dade County School
Board has many changes
\ under consideration. Among them four district superin- arar ,
4 tendants and two associate superintendents. Supt. Joe .-

i Hall would be chairman and the deputy superintendents. 4//
J secretaries. IN EDISON 'CENTERLORY'S *

,{ Dr. Hall's salary would be $30,000 a year, an in.
crease of $5,000.These '

changes: are recommendations made under] is having a

' the Mitchell plan. Whether they,'will be adopted remain
r.to be seen clean swe p, of

," f.', Mrs. Jane Roberts, chairman of Dade County School} DRESSES

Board, was surprised to learn that there are substitute

teachers in Dade County who do not have college de- '
grees. '.. ; SPORTSWEARSWIM p
: t I -The' state Issues temporary certificates to persons

who, _,.have had two or three ,years'f college '
fi llf f
e' teachers
must hold
at least, rank 3 certificates
Issued only to '
college graduates IrI6'wS OFF

t.l1'rs.: Roberts is asking the board to Investigate and

make I"a change 1n policy REG. PRICES

/' J: kiPff**rinel.1 Director Jack': Prancea said ,the ,board FASHION
4, g c cduhmfuge] to employ substitutes who have not finished

}, 1, college..., "but,,11, you could, not,get enough of them at the'rates ?J SHOPS
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f1 ;Th#'o'?,substitute ,list also includes a few teachers with 6117 NW CHAR6-i7
I 7th
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MIAMI TIM MIAMI.) FLA. ChatterMatterContinued 55,000 fans and a National TV '
PAGE 5 I audience with the same fine I
from page 2 |I halftime show they performedat The Jolly Friends Social and
MRS. WILIJR MAE JAMES, the Orange Blossom Classic. Civic club will meet for the
CLYDE KILLENS' (science) and James McCall Anyone wanting; buy into a first meeting of the year at the
(band) two North Dade High greyhound public kennel may do home of Mrs Frankie Glover I
SIR JOHN J HOTEL KNIGHT BEAT CLUB teachers will participate In a'' so by calling Phil Wllmot at 6827 NW 11th Ct., on Saturday
practlcum at Miami High this 821-57GO. Ot'll cost about $' ,OOO, night Jan. 18, at 3 p.m. II
PRESENTS month, leading up to the evalua- ,. ....... "
tion of the school next year.A -
I -
FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY-JANUARY 10, 11, 12 letter'came to The Miami
Times this week from Leomins-
[: GARNET MIMS. AND THE ENCHANTERS ter, England asking news of SUPREME
Iti/.dt'IILtl$21dW.",.D'tt'" ,MW.t ;, r.. .u; ,_. ________._._ Cliff Dyes. Bethune Elementary
school teacher. It was from
friends Cliff met while stationedIn GOULDS
England before' going to Yllt
France on D-Day. ;w i ,
Two more Dade schools came "
up with money for the United ,
Negro College Fund James W HOMES
Johnson gave $17 and Douglas
4 Elementary gave $21.
The North Dade School
Band performed In High the pre- S. W. 119th Ave. and 224th Street, Gould
game show of the Pro football
playoff game on Sunday, In the A BRAND-NEW HOME
paJ. Orange Bowl. The Northwestern a
band attended the game in
uniform, but did not perform #__.,_.__%
4iE.l. The Florida A and M March- ._ an investment in
ing Band really thrilled the I r

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Treasurer To Tour, I PAGE 6.SATURDAY. JANUARY 11, 1964

Observance' of Founders DayMrs. Florida BranchesThe membership.Both YOUTH CONFERENCE To-
Juanita W. Pinckney, in MJassachusettsa wherehe
president of the Miami Beta .. Treasurer of the National lived in his The Florida Conference
-------- ---- Advance- of
Association for the home in Connecticut, Youth Councils
Tau Zeta Chapter Zeta Phi will present and COllege
ment of Colored People been active in furthering Chapters will also
Beta Sorority has announcedthat Phil Ossofer Says he meet on Jan
: Florida a
travel through
Miami Zetas will be host civil rights legislation. He 11, Joseph Lampkins, president
to their Zeta sisters from Fort By GEORGE SAVITT ment two week beginning speaking in Jacksonville engage- has also worked for better social announced. The Youth Exec.

Pierce West Palm Beach and .-.------.--........ .... .... ... Jan. 19, Rutlelge H. Pearson, security benefits such and unemployment as- 20th tive Committee St. South will meet at 919
old compensation at the
Fort Lauderdale in the annual conference announced age Mt Zion<
state president is Church
Insurance. He a AME
at 10
four-county observance of the In a recent discussion, a this week. a.m.
founding of the sorority, Jan. friend of mine, speaking of former Insurance company ex
16, 1920. Christ, rejected the belief that Branches to be visited by Al- ecutive. Kappa Notes
He was a mediator or intercessor fred Baker Lewis, who is alsoa "The tour will mark the be-
The traditional observance between God and man. He member of NAACP national ginning of the 1964 NAACP Brother and Mrs. Henry
begins with worship at a local! Iniststed that Jesus was onlyan board of directors, will be St. program in the State of Florida Daniels entertained the Miami
church and continues with a ordinary human being who Augustine, Ocala, Daytona ,'' Mr. Pearson said. Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha
luncheon, program of dedica- ceaselessly and fearlessly Beach, Orlando, West Palm Psi in a grand manner The<
tion and recognition of out preached high moral standards Beach, Fort Myers, Tampa, FLA. BRASS TO MEETIN "Kappa Spirit" prevailed at the
standing service by members of Disclaiming my friend's Sarasota, St. Petersburg, Clear- ST. PETE well attended meeting.
the chapters represented. This opinion, I pointed out that the water, Gainesville, Lake Wales The Recreation Room of the
civilization will The Florida State Conferenceof Roosevelt Savings Bank
the great Christian and Tallahassee. "The tour was thescene
In addition to regular
year, will which has developed since the last through Feb. 5," Mr. Pearson branches' State Executive of the Christmas Party,
presentations, national groups officers. ; advent of Christ is in itself said. Committee is scheduled to meetin and it was enjoyed by all.
honor two valid evidence of His rank as a St. Petersburg, Saturday, We are looking forward to
Mrs. Hattie E. Shavers Barber, teacher of God's laws. All I Mr. Lewis, a native of Green- Jan. 11 at 10.30: a.m. The St. seeing all Kappa Brothters at
of Pompano Beach who suc- through the ages the unknow- wich, Conn., Is also a memberof Petersburg Branch is host to the home of Bro. Donald Hollls
ceeded Mrs. Marian II. Shannonas able God has communicatedwith the American Civil Liber- the meeting to be held at the for our first regular meeting of
associate regional Florida director His creation through that ties Union and the Americansfor New Hope Missionary Baptist the year on Jan. 11 at 8 p.m.
and state director of ; Democratic Action antiCommunist
which understand an 14521 Harrison St. Richmond
man can ; a
and Mrs. Shannon who is nowa Liberal organization Church, corner 7th and 20th St. Hgts.
I human being. His Chosen Ones
national trustee of the soror are endowed with high spiri- which, like the NAACP, South. Rev. J. L. Fennel is Donald Hollis, keeper of records

ity, Mrs.are the Sylvia targets.Lambert Accordingto sec- tual capacity, being pure chan- excludes Communists from president I
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Day activities, the earth with Its light. The Bible
group will worship at Mt. reveals the station of Christ as Are You Ready For
Tabor Church and hold
mediator In the Book of He-
events at the
program brews, Chapters 8:6: 9:15: and
Community Roosevelt Savings Hall. and Loan 1224.: L .. Your Dream Home?

f Without a mediator God can 4 1W fc'
MIAMI ZETA NOTES manifested Into
not be man. THEN CALLConstruction
Spiritual manifestation consists -
Accolades have been extended
to Mrs. Dorothy Adside, as of the reflection of the
sistant supervisor, special read- Holy Spirit on earth in a Perfect -
ing services, for her listing in Mirror, the Christ or Mes- D&H Co.PHONE
Who's Who in American Edu sianic Mirror.

cation, 1963-64 edition. In the Abdul Baha, Exemplar of .
previous edition, Mrs. Rosa L. the Baha'i World Faith from
Fnrstson and Mrs. Lucille J. 1892 to 1921, clearly explainedthe Inc.
Crawford were accorded the station of God mediator.
same honor. A specially designed He said, "A mediator is neces- HI 8-1119
bracelet was presented to
Mrs. Laura P. Robinson for sary Creator between- one man who and receivesthe the Every house individually designed and built accordingto
naming the after-meeting rec- the Divine
full light of
desires and
reational" activities as "Zeta- Splendor and radiates it over your needsD

Rec. the human world as the earth's & H CONSTRUCTION CO. Inc. does NOT build
receives and dlf, .
Calendars are now availableto atmoasphere '1\\
warmth of the sun's project! homes.
the many Zeta patrons who fuses the I
have continued to list rays." I
days and anniversaries. bIrth-I D&H CONSTRUCTION CO., Int., builds only
Inez C. Foster, chairman He went on to say, "Unlessthe
BUILT homes
and build
calendar committee, extends Holy Spirit become intermediary can youa
sincere the advertisers one cannot attain directly three bedroom house
appreciation and for their- to the bounties of God on your lot 'even if it is

support. patrons Do not overlook the obvious only forty feet wide.
truth, for it is self-evident thata
The first January meetingwas child cannot be instructed ALL D & H HOMES CONTAIN THE FOLLOWING
held at the home of Mrs. without a teacher, and knowl-
Evelyn S. Williams who enter- edge is one of the bounties of FEATURES WHETHER THE PRJCE IS $10,000 OR
tained the members with delicious God. The soil is not covered
and traditional service. with grass and vegetation with. $20,000. TO OWN A D & H HOME IS TO HAVE
Mrs. Vernay Pratt Jones is the out the rain of the cloud; there-
hostess .for Jan. 18. fore the cloud Is the intermediary THE BEST.
between the divine boun-

ties and the soil The light The following listed features are contained'' in a! D&H HOME:
and If desire
hath a center one -
"Earn While You to seek It otherwise than Factory built kitchen cabinets in any color you choose

from the center, one can never Oak hardwood or terrazzo floors with inlaid linoleum in kitchen

Learn" Jobs GoBegging attain to to it the. .days Turn of thine Christ attention -,, Large bedrooms with sliding door closets

some people imagined that Cuban tile front porch in any color you choose

without the Messianic outpourings Wrought iron railing on front porch *-
It was possible to at. Awning windows set in rust proof aluminum
Two "Earn While You Learn" taro to truth, but this very frames
Job training courses have had Imagination became the cause Tile or formica sink and drainboard in large kitchens
their starting date delayed due of their deprivation." S Built-in food cupboard in kitcren

to the lack of applicants, said O Tile bath with bathroom fixtures in colors
Harry L. Tyson, Miami Metropolitan -. Jesus spoke truth, but by Owners
Area Manager for the while it was His voice that telephone outlet
Florida State Employment Ser spoke, it was His Heavenly Storage shed with wash room
vice. Father's message that was Carporte or garage (optional)
heard. Thus He said, "My doc-
Tyson said that the waitress trine is not ,mine, but, His that Large linen closet, large coati lo.et, besides large bedroom closets
training course will, now start sent me." (St. John 7:16.: ) .' Barrell or shingle tile roof optional)
on Jan. 13 and that the tran- Interior of house plastered
and all
rooms painted color
scribing machine operator ... .. chosen
++ + . . by owners
training course will start on
Jan. 20. Painting Contractor Exterior of house painted color chosen by Owners

We need 10 unemployed women Slump brick flower bins at front of house color of brick chosen
to take the six weeks WARNER HINES by OwnersOverhang
waitress course and 25 male or on roof to keep rain from
female Jobless people to take .... away windows
Circular walk from
I the transcribing training. r..' street to front entrance
I i Concrete clothes poles with aluminum clothes Une
: Tyson said that all a person ,.> in ground -Garbldor set
needs to qualify for the train- r.tdcensed '
II ing Is to be over 16 years of a O Venetian blinda-Gla. shower door enclosure-double
age and unemployed. To receive K sink in kitchen compartment -

the weekly training allowancethe r

being head of a family or It.,' ONLY lteERAL TERMS
,r t. ,., CALL
household and,having at least HI 8.1119 AND ASK FOR APPOINTMENT

three years work experience of J Tear out this advertisement and
any kind is needed.irranscribing then check with
machine and InsuredBy Mr. Davidow of the D&H CONSTRUCTION
opera- CO Inc.
tor applicants have to be able City and County to see that we can give you all the terms+ listed aboveWE ,

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Mrs. Davis is a
Exchange Nuptial Spelman College,
She is a member AL TEMPLE OF

W, ,. Vows deemer Church
Elizabeth K. McDugle and of mathematics at ZION, Inc..
AqJ John L. Davis were married on High Scool. the home of the vice presi
L1 mid treasurer. She \Is also
Thursday, Dec. 26, at Holy Redeemer Mr. Davis is
of our ordained ministers.
Church. The Reverend and Mrs. James :
Brenda Frazier Weds Robert Linton Father: Adam R. Bellard, gave of Jacksonville, Fla. charter Is registered la
Brenda Ann Frazier and Robert the ceremony and mass for the ber of Holy and Dade Counties
Clifford Linton were marred and Miss Rudy Emanuel. The double ring ceremony. Poinsettias The Davis' have L. HUNTER, D.D.
Dec 29, at Christ Episcopal bridesmaids were dressed Identically and white candles formedthe 'at 5301 NW 15th 1657 N.W. 73rd St.
Church. in Kelly green dresses background for the cere-
The pride is the daughter of and carried two red and white mony.
Mr and Mrs Shedric Ernest mum covered balls. Junior The bride, given in marriageby ,
Carr, 11530 Southwest 140th bridesmaids were, Wanda Ander her step-father, Joseph Pind-
Terri: Richmond Heights. son, Joy Hamiton and June er, was stunning In a formal
The bridegroom is the son of Farquharson.: They wore a modified wedding gown of white satin WIGSBY .
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel:: Linton, version of the brides- fitted bodice, long sleeves and
Senior, 14045 Monroe St., Rich- maids gown in willow green full skirt which fell in a chapel .
mond Heights. peau and carried a single mum' train. Paillettes accented the
The marriage, solemnized by covered ball. The flower girls neckline and train. A finger tip' MR. BONDNATIONALLY
Father Elisha Clarke, was in a were Cathy Clarke, Stephanie II veil of double Illusion net was
beautiful setting of candelabraand Anderson, Felicia Portier and held by a rose and paillettes.
white mums and #gladioli.]! Laura Lynn Hamiton, all wear-' The bridal bouquet was of white
The etched loveliness of Chantll- Ing A-line dresses of mint green chrysanthemums.The .
ly lace enhanced the feminine organza: and taffeta. They car-
beauty of the brides silk faced ried little baskets of tiny red matron of honor, Mrs.
peau de' sole gown. Lace fash- and white Mums. The ushers Lllla Allen wore a white satin
ioned the empire bodice and were Farris Hunt, Harvey Fra- brocade dress with scolloped
back of the Watteau skirt that:: zier, Elveton Newton, James neckline and sleeves. The bride-
dipped Into a magnificent cathedral :: Gay, General White, Jr., Willie maids: Miss Earnestine Davis,
train:: Her three-tiered Moses and Victor Jones. All of Coleman, Florida and sister
veil of French Illusion was attached the men wore 'conventional cut of the groom, and Roma Hor-
to a toque of clustered away suits. den wore soft blue dresses of
petals of silk peau. She carried identical pattern. Debra Millerof
her mother's white prayer book The mothers of the bride and Winter Haven, Florida, ser-
covered with three purple lipped groom complimented the wed ved as flower girl, dressed in
orchids and stephanotis cascading ding looking lovely. The bride's white with Mule chrysanthemums. -
from streamers attached to mother wore a full length gold .
her bouquet.The brocade dress with matching
bride was attended by gold accessories. The groom's Mrs. Willie Mae Pinder, I
her sister Mrs mother mother of the bride wore a
Jacqueline Fra- wore a beige dress with
zier Anthony who wore a full matching accessories. soft hide chiffon dress'wllh a .
length gown of forest green % full skirt and a white corsage. f K
peau which skimmed the figure After a brief honeymoon, the Mrs Pinder's accessories matched ,
and extended into an A- bride and groom will be at the color of her dress. I
line silhouette. Her head piece home at 14120 Van Buren St. John Riley, brother-in-law of 3'
was' of matching green peau Richmond Heights, Florida. the groom, served as best man
fashioned into a tiny pill box Ushers were Alexander McDu-
with a circular veil. She car- gle, Jr., brother of the bride
ried lantern fashion, three and Theodore Dukes.
Eta Phi NewsNu
red and white mumcoveredballs A reception was held follow
on a green background.The .- ing the ceremony at the home of
best man was Mr. Alonzo chapter of Chi Eta:: Phi the bride 3220 NW 48 Terr. Mrs.
Jackson a long time friend of Sorority wishes to announce Julius Newton stood as head of
the groom. that A. L. Martin was the win-' the receiving line Mrs. John
ner 'of the trip to Nassau that A. Hankerson kept the
were, Mrs. Car-
was Dec
sponsored on 13. We
men Dean Jackson, Mrs. Barbara
Hicks White, Mrs. Bertha extend thanks to all who helped Villa's DaddiesrClub
Smith Brinson, Mrs. Eddye Gay,, In making this project a sue ADVERTISED BRANDS
Miss Barbara Leroy Sargeant, cess.

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Southernmost City Eddie Wallace, Co-Ed Club" '
chairman LIB CITY
--- Bjr FRANCES K. PALMER announces the first
teenage dance for 1061. The

J ..- ._.- dance, Is to be Saturday, Jan. 11. .
The Regular Deluxe from 7.10 p.m., at the 1 Northwest
entertained with a Christmas Club and Mrs. T. J. Crutchfleld. YWCA: Center. All Junior. and g RIVE IN THEA THE

party Dec. 28 at the home of DEATHMrs. Senior High School young people ,
Mrs. Florence Jackson, president are Invited to attend.. The 1-7959 22nd Ave and 69th St. i
*. .4D, Gabriel Apts. Each Ella Gardner 032 John- admission Is 25 cents for!: 'nonmembers .1'"'
son Lane died at Monroe Gen- 15 cents for nleiitbet :
member invited a friend. The eral Hospital .. '\ '
members exchanged: gifts and Friday morning
each received a personal gift. A from Services Cornish were Memorial held Jan AME 5 ROLLER von TEENAGERS SKATING PARTY. DEAN MARTI

delicious all present.repast was served to Church with the Rev. Glen- The Northwest. YWCA* Center \SKS'THEHOTTEST QUESTION OF THE DAY:'
Cronin of the Trinity Is sponsoring a Roller Skating -
Christmas Carols
were sung. United Presbyterian Church of the Il{ale tet t
Party at h.th; J.
Which she was a member offi .\'
Rink 500 W. 20 St.'Hfaleah m
W. H. Zanders Club of Beth. Whofe Been
el l AME Church entertainedwith ciating. Burial was in the fam- 'rhursday, Jan. 30 from 7-0.30: p,
Pre-Christmas 11 plot in City Cemetery. m. The Rink Bus will leave' theY lsumsac "

Dec. a 6 at the church supper annex., Survivors are a daughter, Center at 0:30: p.m. Tickets are sleeping; in My Bed ?
CIS cents and be purchasedat
Members ,exchanged gifts andwe..c' Mrs. Vera Clarke; three sons may .., ,
the Center from CoEd
pleased with every gift William Jr., Benjamin F or or any -
,.received. The supper was en- Key West and James of Miami. Club member. Plan now to I t' C
attend this Skates
by all. Twenty-one grandchildren activity. may
Joyed 17 )he rented at the Rink for 35
great grands and
I numerous rents. Call for additional Information -
cousins. Mrs.
,- Austin of this Gardner was a 1-2651..
city- spent the holidays in New member of Queen Esther LodgeNo. '

York;i City visiting her children. 16 of the Grand United Order YWJNNU \I MEETINGThe : 4
of Pall Bearers of America :
Mrs. Dowena PInder was Inc. The Key West Under- Young Women's Chrlstaln
very happy 'to,, have her grand taking Co. was in charge of ar Association of Miami, Florida
Invites Its members and
children visit with her rangements.Mrs. '
over "
the holidays; The following ,- attend the forty-fourth An- ; :
nual meeting of the Association.The "S"
Ethel Whitehead .
made their visitation: Mrs. of held
dinner will be
Audrey Matth\ 'and son, Mrs. Key West, died In Ney York meeting
Betty ,Jean Mitchell, Misses this week tho body arrived In bn Thursday; Jan. 16 at :
the First Methodist
,Beverly and Rowena F. Saw; Key West Thursday, for burial Church p.m., at of Coral Gables. The
yer of West Palm Beach and Sunday, Mrs. Whitehead made Is entitled "Match Us

Terrance, :Plnder of Miami. I I many acqualtances In Miami; she I To program This Hour", Can the Miami
was known ana admired by YWCA meet the test? You-Com-
Mrs. Miriam Russel of Miami many. munlty Leaders-Board and Staff

spent the holidays visiting her ; will try to answer this Impor-
nieces, Mary E. Roberts: and I tant question. 'Reservations are

Merverette Roberts of Fort Vil Broward County to be in Uy Jan. 13. i
lage. Friends were very hap- ""*ELIZABETH 1 MARTIN JILL

py to have her in the 'city. By Walter Bowe Til INCH TO LEARN AT THEYWOA MONTGOMERY-BALSAM ST.JOHN

Lt. and Mrs. Alfred L. Saun- : -:: .:: Sgt. Ben Tlllman, from the .awD UIIII MCIC IoIAlM: WOKO sums IWOn .4 CAROL
ders Jr. and children of New Homestead Air Base will again t d CONTE'NYE'SOO'MERlL'TANI'FOSTER'REID'IURNEn
Jersey were In the city visit- The Carver Ranches Fire De Instruct defensive Judo classesfor ....... IIWII..MCI& lOlI -.4

ing their parents, Mr. and Mrs. partment will meet Monday, girls and women beginning:
A. L. Saunders and Mrs. Cecelia Jan. 13, 8 p.m. All members are Tuesday, Jan. 14, from 7:300:30p.m. : : PLUSRAMPAGE
Castillo, mother of Mrs. Saun- asked to be present. .
ders. "My Car" Is the subject of the
The South Broward VF'WPost four Tuesday morning sessions,
Among the students home for No. 8195 will kick off Its directed by Ml. A. Marewitz of
the holidays were Ethelyn lOG t membership} drive at the Mark's Cities Service Station.

Cleare. Claudia Lampkin, Camilla home of Comrade Walter A. Learn how your car operates,

Buroghy, Phyllis Hanni- Bowe, Sunday, Jan. 19. All. how to change a tire, etc Class Two men and a woman on a safari
bal, Jacqueline Pla. Coleen Mc. veterans! are cordially invited.C. begins Tues, Jan. 14, from 10 Action and In Color
B. Blount commander. suspense -
Gee, Juliette Saunders, Juliette a.m.-12 noon. r l
McIntosh, Cecil Bain, Verna Learn the basic stitches of STARRING -
Sands, William Bosfield, Leroy The Home-owners Civic Club Knitting in a 0 weeks course ROBERT MITCHUM and ELSA MARTINELLI
Lloyd, Charles Harris, Anthony meets on the fourth Sunday In with Esther Weiner., on Wednes
Williams and Lawrence Hag- each month. Members are urgedto day, 7-8:30: p.m., beginning Jan.
gins. attend. 15. Call the Northwest YWCA

.- Center for further Information
Mrs. Grace Portler Smith of James! Dunn of Brooklyn, 631-2051. 1

relatives Miami was and in the friends.city visiting While New friends York, visited in Hallandale his relativesand dur- HOY.S FIK1IING CLUB Ford Real Estate SpalseciSEE

here she was the guest of Rev. ing the holidays. Boys for 8-12 the years Fishing may Club registernow at THESE HOMES TODAY! MOVE RIGHT IN!

the Northwest YWCA Center.
To The club begins Saturday, Jan. Rent with option to buy $100 down ''
Railway EmployeesHave Public Invited 18 at 2 p.m. Mr. Will O. Cox la
club leader. 1-1855 NW 43rd Street For .mall family

DinnerThe Hialeah ParkAn $18 a week
Auxiliary to the BAHA'I ASSEMBLYThe
Ladies' 2-4001 19th For families
NW Ave. 2 week
of treat for -
International Association extra-special Baha'I Assembly of
Railway: Employees held ,their Thoroughbred racing devoteeshas North Dade Is sponsoring a public 3-1902 NW Slat Terr.- Large house $25 week

annual Christmas dinner Satur been set by Hialeah Park meeting at the home of Mr. 4-1361 NW 44th St. 2-bedroom house $22 week

day Jan.. 4, at the beautiful for Sunday afternoon, Jan. 12, and Mrs T. R. Baumgartner, 5-2763 NW 57th St.3bedroom house-$22 week
home of Mr. and Mrs H. S. with the public invited at no 14151 NE 2nd Ct. North Miami,
.Scott, 1200 NW 72nd St. charge. It will be "Meet the at 8 pm. Wednesday, Jan. 15, 6-Brand new 3-bedroom CBS homes-$500 down
''The 'highlight of.the eveningwas Champions" day, with cham- with Mrs. Ludmila Van Som- ,Ii Call t.-for' addresses to see these

a program rendered by the pion horses of IOCS from threecontinents beek of Durham, North Caro- '7 -1064'NW 61st Street-$500 down -nicely painted
"following! students from Dade s and America's champion Una as speaker. Her subjectwill
-Junior College: Misses Leomis Jockey and trainer participating. be "The Path to World

'Minnis, Hazel Bradley, Gloria Unity." The public is cordially 1320 NW 60th St. 2-bedVoom apt. $20 week
Maxine Invited to attend.
Hepburn, Eva Young,
children Included
Whittingham and Joyce Cham- Racing fans, Mrs. Van Sombeek
pion. will have the rare opportu In Vienna, Austria. She 'study I
to visit at close range with becoming
nity the science of optics, later -
Among .the guests were Mrs. !such famous racers as Mrs. the first woman president '
Mattie Lamardrld of New York Marion DuPont Scott's Mongo, of an optical company i,!* A TERRIFIC BUY i ir
City; Mrs. Mattie 'Gladney. of the grass king; Mr. and Mrs. the United States.. She, J&* ft, r 3'i 7021 NW 6th Court
'Baltimore, Md; Mr, ,.and Mrs. John W. Gflbreath's Chateaugay member of the Buslness-and 2 bedroom, 2 bath CBS. No qualifying
Sherman Smith, Mrs.' Lillian champion 3-year-old of Professional Women'slUb,
$500 down. Call Mr. Knoll for this
Beott-and Mrs. Qupenltf: Ross of the past year; Claiborne Farmssyndicated NAACP, YWCA and NationalCouncil one
,Miami; Mrs. Li1cn dat1:Herndon Pago Pago, Austra- of Negro Women. Since
of Miami Beach, and many lia's champion 2-year-old of the retiring from' business, she' has
,other Including Local No. CO 1D62-G3 season Down Under, devoted all her time to the 1301 'NW '60th St. House for rent $17.50 week
of the men's department.The and Mr and :Mrs Herbert betterment of human relationsand
menu: Turkey and all Herff's recent $250,000 purchase, world peace. .v.<-f.+ : .- .
the trimmings, baked ham, Tamao, Venezuela's champion A Baha'l since 1022, >she has
candied yams, tossed salad, vegetables handicap horse and greatest served on the National Inter-
,- cake pies, coffee, egg- money-winner in that country'shistory. racial Committee, the African Foreclosure. Sale 6320 NW 29th ,Ave. t

nog ,and other refreshments.The Teaching Committee, and is ,at SAVE $3,000 DRIVE BY

'guestS received gifts and present visiting the Southern See.this 3-bedroom, 3 baith! beauty with Florida
the a7 AAADokAAl. I 7>ol 1l states as a lecturer on behalf
auxiliary exchanged gifts., bill li>
The president Mrs. Clarice of the Faith. :j... room. Only 7 month old. Tile roof, built-in

Carnegay, ,wishes; to thank the Your Gifted Child .* ,4>ven.r. Near schools, shopping, bus line. No rea-
has traveled extensively
women for a job beautifully She Africa and ionkbleoff; .r:refused. Open house Sunday Ito' 6-
throughout Europe
done, and to thank Mr. and Mrs. Deserve quality instruction Haifa }oj ?*- '
the near East, Including .
Scott. Israel, world center of the Ba- ,
TEMPLE BAPTIST Fine ArtsConservatory ha'i Faith. We will take, your 'lot 'or old! house in trajde forth
? '
/' KXrKrIKK[L c [ L i[..KKKK c M down'payment.. ..
P.ev. L. A. Thompson 'pastor We have over 150 others, \
The No. two choir will sing VERY UNIQUENever ,*: '.
We !
are Saturday'andJ Sunday
for the The
services Sunday.
on Art
Music Dance a cover never a
Missionary Society, Mrs. Florence minimum-alwayn atmosphere. We, help you with the financing I

,I Hepburn, 'president will NW 60th St. That' the setup at the Satellite -
.UJ sponsor its annual turkey din- Saturday., 615 Ixninge. Jimmy Crawford' '
ner on'' Saturday, Jan. 18 Donation planlfttlc styling are unlike any Ford Realty Inc.
one dollar. .. ..... .. >> you've ever heard. Simply "out ., .
The pastor and family wish of this world" Every nlte. .
to.,thank.the members and many SATELLITE LOUNGE 569 N.W. 54th Street 758-8761
friends for greeting cards and 6222 NW 7th A Te.ddII. /

gifts during the yuletide. sea- Advertise! It Pays! II ... ,..1t"'T JJJIat "' .

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Roscoe Jaskson, pastor Rev. Theodore Jones, vicar
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1964 P. S. Brown, minister Sis Netta Kelly, reporterAnd Rev. H. E. S. Reeves, deacon
Miss Dcssle Crockett reporter Jesus answering said, A
PASTOR'S 1\n SSAGE1fMTo certain man went down from Sunday, Jan. 12: 8 a.m.,
the young peopleTheworld Jerusalem to Jericho, and fell Holy Communion and Sermon;
lies before you with its among thieves, which strippedhim 9> a.m. Church School; 11 a.m.,
challenges and opportunities I of his raiment, and wounded Solemn Eucharist and Sermon;
0 that you would take advantage him, and departed, leaving 6 p.m., Solemn Evensong and
of the opportunity and pre- him half dead. Luke 10:30.: Festival of Lights..

pare yourselves today for to- ..
t *"
morrow's challenges and! task! ;The. spirit was high at. Greater MARDI GRAB

God help you! New Macedonia on the first
Z 4 ,E To the Adults-Do the best Sunday in the new year. Our It is a Jolly practice among
of the Old Foundation
out of his soul -
you can day by day and leave pastor preached to bid "farewell to theflesh"
his theme "The Jericho -
using as
the rest in His hands. Don'tworry
week before'
Road", taken from the during
about what the future
above scripture. Both, No. One Ash Wednesday. The Tuesdaynext
holds. Just trust Him who
before Ash
and Two Choirs were on the Wednesday
the future. He is able to guide
the unchartered stand and sung beautifully. We passes under many names,
you through
seas of 10G4 . He has led had four new persons who con- them "Mardi. Gras" (Greasy
out in of the nected themselves to our Tuesday)
us ( 1063)) narrow Last
Mardi Gras
Christian family.We year our
confines and
of segregation political -
and economic servitudeInto will be moving into our celebration involved the great

1 ((1001)), a larger dimensionof new church the fourth Sunday, majority of our people In preparation
f 1 ; ( freedom, responsibility and in this month (Jan. 26, 1964)). which culminated in
services. God grant that we will All our Christian friends are in dancing, the friendly rivalry of
march on to the day when every vited to Join in the motorcade contest, the exchange of notions -
man is a first class citizen and which will leave the YMCA at and other pleasantries,
avery first class citizen is a 2:30: p.m. Our new church is located baking and the merriment of .
man. on Northwest 56th St., eating a little and drinking a

ON TUB GOIethodists. ,. Services were inspiring both between 31st and 32nd Aves. little. The dates this year are.
morning and evening. The pastor Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday
delivered both sermons. The MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. and Tueslay, Feb. 7-11.
To Have terninating of the service was Work Joyously toward a successful
the ol/servance of the Lord's S. Atchinson, pastor Mardi Gras, 'and Rest
Supper and the family circle Constance Carter, reporter ye Merry!
Retreat fellowship one with another. Last Sunday, was a wonderfulday Last Friday evening while
at our church. Beginningwith choir practice was going on at

FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTIST Sunday School. The topicof the church and Fr. Jones was

bouth Florida's Methodist Hev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor our Sunday School lesson I holding a meeting, a thief pre-
members will lie kept on the go Ruby Lee Carr reporterI was: "Mary, The Mother of pared a surprise for him. Returning -
this week. SALTERS CHAPEL AME Jesus. Our lessons this quarter' to his Buick he foundIt
Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor I give thanks unto the Lord I I will be about "Personalities : batteryless. .
In addition to regular Sun- Flossie Marshall, reporter for He is good His mercy en- Around Jesus." These should be '

day worship services, the fourthof After having a wonderful dureth for ever 136 Psalm 1. Interesting lessons for everyone. ,
a series of Spiritual Retreats Love Feast Friday night, a very We at Friendship do give Both sermons were very' well' GRACE PRESBYTERIAN"Let
will be held today and a promotion high spirit dwelled with every thanks to the Lord for blessingus delivered by our pastor. Truly us therefore draw near
dinner will be conducted on >me for Communion on 1st Sun with the revivalistic ser- he did preach out of his soul. with boldness unto the thronebf

Tuesday evening. I Ja;). I vices we are having. Services We, alsoL had a wonderful time Grace, that we may receive
were wonderful throughout the' at ord's Supper, along mercy, and may find Grace to
A beautiful the
Today's retreat will get underway sermon by day with our monthly Com- with a visitation of the Holy help in time of need. Tgeb.
at 1:30: p.m., at the Allapatah oastor was most inspiring. Thechoir I munion services being observed Spirit.We 4:16.: Our sermon this Sunday
with all their hearts.
Methodist Church. The pro. sang Sunday night; our pastor were also happy to learn {morning will be: "The throneof
gram will be concluded four We were glad to have so preached both morning and that one of our own members, Grace."
hours later with a fellowshipand nany lovely visitors with us evening sermons, the messagedas Brother Whitehead, has been As we pay more attention to
dinner hour. throughout the day.A delivered with spirit and called into the ministry. His our church attendance this
church school power. We were blessed to, have testimonial shows that he was year, we are asking that the
from than special event on the cal- many of our sick members convalescing actually called to preach the zone'captaIns especially, as
superintendents more ender for this month is Guest so wonderful gospel.
30 churches will gather for the they well as each one of us, will see
dinner at the Riverside Day on the third Sunday in were with us In the services all that our morning attendance
promotion Methodist Church on Tues .J Jan.- You and yours are invltd day We know God can heal ST. MARY'S W. M. will be at least 100 members
to come and worship with even when the docotrs are in Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor!: present.We .
day evening. us and do bring a guest with doubt because He is a healer Miss Dorothy Major, reporter thank the Rev. Jack C.

W S. Ross, chairman of theschool's you. We will be most happy to we are soliciting in his God Even a fool, when he hold- Thompson and family, for their,
I have On 48th St. and 27th sent way because God Is calling eth his Is counted wise
board of manager will you. I peace ; gift to the church of '.
for ministers and he that : a. year'ssupply .>
spotlight the 15th annual Methodist Yve. tQ stand for right shutfeth his lips is of lovely church bulle
Christian Workers School and righteousness. A most cor- esteemed, a man of understand. tins. You
are always welcomeat
Scheduled Feb. 26. SHILOH BAPTIST dial welcome is extended to ing. Grace.
( Rev. A. M. Griiiln, pastor visitors at all times. Come to Sunday, Jan. 12 there will be
Churches from Key West to Sis. C. M. Myles, repot'ter church and have your faith Covenant service at 3 o.m. All ANTIOCH d
Dania, are expected to partici- lifted. members are asked to please BAPTIST
pate in five workshops duringthe Sunday School every Sundav come and renew your coven- "I was glad when
Miami District Educational norning at 0:30: a.m. ant with God and the church. unto let they said
Seminar at the South Miami On last Sunday, our pastor MT. ZION AME After service there will be a house me of,the Lord.us go" into the
delivered the morning and fellowship tea at the church
First Methodist Church on In
evening sermons :and the No Rev. H. E. Greene, pastor quoting this phrase I am
Wednesday.The One and No. Two Choir's render hall.Sunday sure that I voice the sentimentof
Jan. 19 there will be
Evelena Glenn reporterGod all members
event, sponsored by the music with Sister Marion has been good to us the memorial service at 7 p.m. All friends visiting
promptly at 9) a.m., and con- English organist scripture was He has members are asked to come concerning our last
clude at noon read by Elder E., Ross. Text for past year. blessed and and worship with us. Sunday sermon. The spirit was
kept us.! We should all be '
the evening was taken from St. grate. Junior choir will sing Sun- delivered messages being.
'F M Houghton, boy's work John 17:4.Subject: ful to Him for His mercy and day morning. In the absenceof by our pastor.
director for the International was "I Am Ready To start this year attending church Sister Farrington, Sister Annie On Saturday there will be a
YMCA in Miami, will speak on Come Hack Home". The services more often. We were blessed to Bodic will be In charge of sale at the home of Sis. Gladys
"For the Life of the World- were both spiritual and enjoyed have wonderful services throughout the Junior Church. Robinson, 6380 NW 20th Ave.,
the day last Sunday, beginning 6, phone OX
How? by all who were present. I sale 17424. This
with school at Is
Sunday being sponsored by the
0:30: a.m., during the morning ZION HOPE BAPTIST Junior Usher Board.

Ministers To Install services our pastor delivered a 5129 NW 17th Avenue Sunday morning at 8 o'clock

I very touching sermon and there Rev. Paul Freeman, pastorI there will be baptism at our
were two joiners. League ser- waited patiently for the sister church! (Etenezer Baptist -
Officers January 19thOn vice at 5 p.m. The evening ser- Lord: and he inclined unto me, Hallandale.)
vice began at 7 p.m. Rev Smith and heard my cry. I rfThemhwrch service
delivered an inspiring sermon Sunday services were highly .I : be under the leader
Sunday, Jan. 19 at 3:45: and there were three Joiners.We I 1 spiritual throughout the I ship of our associate ministers.
p.m. installation services for were very happy to have :day Our pastor delivered both The No. l Choir will sing Sun-
the officers of the Interdenom +M v+ i visiting our evening service messages which were enjoyed. day morning and the Male
inational Ministerial Alliance Bishop W. F. Ball and our pre- All junior choir members are Chorus Sunday night.

will be held at the Mt. Zion siding elder Roberts. Visitorsare asked to please meet at the Tuesday nights, prayer meet-
Baptist Church. The installa- always welcome to Mt. Zion. church Saturday at 5 p.m. ing and Bible class. Visitors are
tion will be performed, by r See you at Church/\Sunday. That's Junior choir No. 1. always welcome. R meJIlber *\ /""
Luther Pierce, director of the Usher Board No. 2tis havinga Ihe sick and'pray for them. ..

Miami Council of Churches. MT. CARMEL BAPTIST sale on Saturday afternoonat

The sermon will be preachedby << Rev., D. A. Bradley, pastor the church.Don't Gamble '
the Rev. Thedford Johnson, Christine Cohen, reporter forget to continue in Memorial Church
pastor of St John Baptist gayer for our sick and shut- (OF GOD IN CHRIST)'

Church. ,,1 i .7, Then Simon Peter answered 1809 NW 5th Avenue -
I him, Lord, to whom shall we Elder J. C. Jackson, pastor
The officers to be installedare go? Thou hast the words of ST. JAMES AME Nathaniel Thomas, reporter
: eternal life. St. John 6-68. Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pastor
t' ;9 Theme Bert "Praise ye the Lord. Sing unto
"Somebody is on the Cooper, reporter
Rev. E. T. Graham, president; & wrong road." The pastor was In fine fettleon the Lord a new song, and His
Rev. Theodore It. Gibson, first Baptism Tuesday at 8 p.m. the first Sunday In the new praIse! In the congregation Of
vice; ,Rev. Aaron Hall, second Bible Class every Tuesday at year as he elaborated from the saints" Psalm 149:1.:
vice; Rev. W. F. Savoy, secre- 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Tuesdayat first chapter of Genesis. The Our annual call meeting will
tary;' Rev. E. Hutcheson Jr., 8 p.m.There church was filled to its capa- convene on Jan. 14, beginning at
treasurer;' Rev. Randolph Tomp- will be delicious din- city with many visitors In the 11 a.m. !in Ft. Pierce. Bishop E.
son .parliamentarian; Rev. H. C. uY..1 T ners sold from the church cafe- this solemn D. Johnson and Mrs. Gussle
McDowell, dean; ,Rev. F. L. 1 P i teria this very Saturday. We Holy Communion Day. Gamble, State Superivsor of
Smith, chaplain. are asking all our friends to The pastor wiped the slate Eastern Florida, are the heads.
REV EDWARD T. GRAHAM come and help our Junior choir. clean of all past due obligations Prayer service Is',now :being
In the program the occasion Remember the sick and 'shut- to the church and stressed held at our 'church. Beginning
will 'be given by Rev. Mickins; sociation, a n d a member of ins all over the land and coun- that with the new year allmeir.oers Jan. 19 our church annual soul
presentation of clergy by Rev. the faculty of Religion at the must keep' 'up their saving ''revival will, begin. We
Randolph Thompson; greeting", University of Miami. Members try.BALL'S monthly dues and be more ded are asking for your prayers and
by Rev. Hall; Benediction by of the City Commission are CHAPEL AME icated the work of the church. attendance, so that some souls

Rev. S. A. Cousin; and other expected to be present. 7168 NW 16th Ave. Left over from can lie saved. h w111 be run .*>y
outstanding clergymen of our Rev. Allen C. Turner, pastor are many sick and hospitalized Elder 0. Crooms.
will be
presented by
will in members. These ailing people Our special
community participate Prayers are extended -
the choirs of outstanding Our pastor delivered the will be delighted, I m sure to those who are
the 'pro ram. churches and ushers will be morning message. We really if we should take time out andpay need. in'.I"

Greetings from the Ministerial on hand from several of our had a wonderful time. Our sec- them a visit. You would Find the strenght of your
leading churches. ond Sunday guest will be the feel better too to have broughta life, and worship together tluV
Association;! .>swill; be given byIlan : The public is cordially in St. James Junior Choir.. The little sunshine in. their illness week because you ,need not

Hoy/x president of.,the as-. vited. public Is cordially invited. walk aione.'Ll .

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PAGE 12 SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1964 sad but loving memory of ,"'" '>', -' TURNER WILLIAMS of 1700
our loved one. '': NW 153rd St., died Jan,' 6. He

.. ... had lived here since 1925.' His
'' ''''''''' -
survivors Include his wife,
r p4-. i' Leccie; three daughters, a son,
CARDS MEMORIALS 16 grandchildren and one
I'f, adopted son. Services Saturdayat

... ._. 2 p.m. at the Church, of God
In Faith, NW 22nd Ave. and


*, nS MARY E. EVANS, 220
sad but loving memory of memory of our late mother! ON NW 15th St. died Jan. 5. She
our dear husband and father, MRS ARABELLA THOMPSON lived here for one year. Her
survivors are three sons, Clar-
who departed this life Jan 9, : ., ence, Eurice and Rev. James
1945. Thomas, a daughter, Mrs. Thel-
Is gone but not fbrgotteri' yw ma HoUoy. Remains Were sentto
We loved you, so did the SaviorHe Pelham, Ga. for final rites
saw fit to call you. -
s=' We know you have made it in CALVIN WILLIAMS of 5200
? irxl '
The Family NW 26th Ave. died Jan. 2 aa
result of being struck by an
iLEONARD\ automobile. He was three years
old and Is survived by his parents -
IN MEMORIAMIn Services held Wednes-
s h We the family of Rosa Pat- the Memorial
4 at
day at
t"s 'Sn; of p.m.
terson wish to thank everyone
5 c.yE who sent cards of condolencesand
LEE BENNETT those who donated their
cars and gave their service dur- I ALBERT .
'" d who departed this life Jan 9, ing our bereavement. Also foi I
1963 at Key West flowers. HUBERT CHOTHEN, 827 N
8 vt Gone but not forgottenThe Special thanks to Rev. Jack W 48th St., died in Mt. Sinai

/ ayh Family son for his consoling words of Hospital Jan. 2. Services were
o held Saturday, Jan 4 2 p.m., at
a srh comfort, also to Rev. Graham
Mt. Carmel Baptist Church,
for his .. '
IN, MEMORIAMIn May God presence bless each of you. He is survived by his wife Ruth; ...',;
The Patterson Family two daughters, two sons an
; loving memory of our. aunt.
$>> J.}... ,
: dear mother and
;'.11I' grand great-
,.. grandmother. L. DAWSON,
lI : ".
GEORGE M. BROWN SR. ;.f ,,1'1; ''M.} ', ;>) f" ,1 family of the late young daughter of Mr.and Mrs.
w., ,
813 SW 7th St.
:: .s ; ALONZA SMITHs Henry Dawson, ,
who this life Jan. 8
departed Homestead, died Jan 2. Grave-
1958. ,' *, .J! ., j side services at Evergreen were
Although it's been six 1> 'j_
years P' d held Jan 7.
years.Sometimes. ,.d 'f- c -
it seems as if it \ ',:, ; ;;"": 'i''I': / ro t JACK PINDER, 403 NW

were yesterday.Gone jO"<1t' t t"t'f. .rl 20th St., husband of Mrs. Na-
but not forgotten. ''f' / 'Wt: : 1 talee finder died Jan. 5. in
if it were yesterday, Gone but f l
He Is also
a: ; rr '' '' s West Hollywood.
not forgotten.Mrs. .#t. b>, 't'\o. ,' ./. ,if. survived by a son, Laurence;
Lovina Brown, wife t: ./ 'i ,Ef.t.: ... :.i two daughters, Mrs. Julia Wat-

One daughter, two sons- JOHN LESTER EDWARDS son and Mrs. Anna Gray; a sister -
in-law Mrs Relecina Allen. Services
Eight sons, eight daughters who departed this life Jan .7 1963 will be conducted Saturday at

in-law Gone but not forgotten. 3 p.m., at St. Paul AME Church,
27 grandchildren, four great May your soul rest In ) Rev T. C. Kelly, officiating
grandchildren peace and light perpetual shine ?

ipon you. MRS. NAOMI JOHNSON of
Annie Lee Edwards, wife Union Village, Nassau, Bahamas
Ada Edwards, motherone ; died Jan. 4. Remains were,flown
CARD OF THANKS brother, Burley ,:. I to Nassau Jan 7. Her mother,
Mrs. Lucille Tucker and Mary Smith !I\ ,;' ':' uWxr Mrs. Rose Kemp and others survive -

daughter,' Mrs Jessie Sears and Minnie Lee Beecham, .
the immediate family of the daughters .
late, Garnell Beecham, son-in EDWARD WIDEMAN, 2152
ROBERT TUCKERof law MRS, ALICES BIIADSHAW i L+ NW 61th St., was dead on arri-
Ojus who died December 17 who passed Jan 7, 1961. Three val at Jackson Mem. Hosp. Jan.
at the Veterans Hospital in years have passed since God acknowledge with heartfelt appreciation 4. Services wil be held Saturday
Coral Gables wish to thank called you home to be with to friends and neighbors 2:30: p.m., at the Church of
each and everyone who sent IN MEMORIAMIn Him In Heaven, and around the for the floral many tributes comforting and Christ, Coconut Grove, Bro.

telegrams, cards of sympathyand sad but loving memory of snow-white throne Only God other messages expressions, of kindnessof Clifford Payne, minister, His
condolences. Funera and mr dear wife, mother daughter knows how much we miss you thought during their periodof survivors include wife, Annie;
burial were conducted by E. A. md sister who departed this and what bitter pain we have mourning.The daughter Marie Wideman and a
Stevens Funeral Home, Hallan- life Jan 15 1962.WILLIE suffered since we lost you. Smith Family granddaughter.
dale. Burial was in Evergreen Gone, but not forgotten.
Cemetery. Sadly missed,
Janie Brown and Family IN MEMORIAMIn FRANCIS .

CARD OF THANKSThe died Jan. 7 at his home. Ser-
sad but loving memory of vices will be held Jan. 11 at 12
our dear mother and evange- family of the late, at St. Agnes Episcopal Church
list, MR, WILLIE SMITH Lti with Fr. Lambert Sands officiating. -
who died Dec. 30, 1963 extend Remains will repose in
sincere appreciation to their the chapel beginning 4 p.m.
2 many friends for cards, tele- Friday. Survivors include his
4 grams and floral pieces, also wife, Lottie Mae, three sons,
for the use of cars. Special William, James and Winston
thanks to the neighbors, Clarke, a daughter, Bloneva
Churches of Christ, and the Clarke, two brothers, Isaiah
Range Funeral Home. and Edward.
,i i9g I Mary E. Smith, mother
& r f Mary L. Smith, wife MRS. EITTIAH MARKS BAKER
Emma Mae Lamar, sister ofn.52h.NW. 12th St., Fla.
four brothers, neices and "City; died an. 2. Services Frl-
nephews "'* '
vo) _


The family of the late
loving of our
ffi.If..u n:s I I dear husUmd memory and father MRS. AGNES PINKARD
LAWRENCE McCRAY of 1461 W. State St., Jacksonville -
O Lord to whom the spirits live who departed this life
3<. who departed this lire January sad but loving memory of
Of all the faithful passed away December 5, 1963 and was
7 1961. dear beloved mother
zr Unto this that. brightnessgive our laid
path to rest December 10 wishto
It's sometimes hard to understand grandmother aunt, .
MRS. ROSArCARR express their sincere appreciation -
Which shineth to the perfect I I Why these things have to be who passed into the Great Be- and thanks to their
day Our sad hearts seek the answer yond January 12, 1963. many friends and neighborsfor
O Lamb of God redeeming blest kind acts in the form of
But it's not for us to see- There Is a void in our aching
MRS, ISADORE D. STRACHAN Grant them eternal light and We can only trust In God hearts but God and time will cards, letters, telegrams and
who departed this life Jan. 7, rest. florals which helped so muchto
And know that in some way heal all wounds. We pray to
1962.Her The Family It's all a part of know her was to love her; because lighten their burden.
work on earth is done; His great plan- from day to day she Special thanks to Gardenia
The life crown has been won. We'll understand some day. brought such happiness'to Circle. and the Satellite Club.
And some glad morning she, IN MEMORIAM Dorothy McCray .... those she met along life's?way. May God bless all of you.
I know And Children The memories she left behind Mrs. Ruby Hanna, daughter
Will welcome us In sad but loving memory of wlll always linger too, and be Albert Lewis, son
To that eternal home 'of peace she K. Bracefield son
an inspiration to everyone ,
'. ', 'r ', our mother and grandmother,
and. love;: IN MEMORIAM knew. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
t ., Mrs. Louise S. Jackson MRS. PRISCILLA FERGUSONwho May God grant comfort to us Pinkard, son and Dt.-ln-law
,daughter and peace. to the soul .of the
Richard, J. Strachan, son departed this"Ufe Jan 14, In loving, memory of' our son deceased.Mrs. Miss Rosa M. Carr, .
Eddie J. Strachan, son 1963 at Key West. and brother, Ella Ferguson, daughter
/, Servant of God well done RICHARD BULLARDwho Poitigrand
Mrs. Inez S. Phillips, daughter Andre _
.o! duaghter Rest from thy loved employ .:: departed this life January Zephaniah Carr Jr., son great grand: son
..tMr...-Margaret.S..McCall, The Uattle fought, the victory. &: 1951. Mrs. Geneva Phillips, Mrs. Elmore Clear, sister
\i daughter Gone, but not forgotten. grand daughterMrs. Mrs. Irene Lynda Harrison,
.. Grandchildren and a host of won.Mrs Hazel Brady and ._' The Bullard Family Anna Mae Bivins, sister
':'::7y': !, :'-relatives, ( '(Family' ." ? JSfcv Mother, sisters, brothers grand daughter Nieces, nephews and family1NIAMI

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Jabberwork is in the air
again! Watch this space ,

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HELD OVER 12th WEEK Forbes' Guest House

Jimmy Crawford's unique
stylo nt the Ilnhy Grand compliments "A (Lost Paradise"

........... ... .... ... .. .. the "Out of This", World"
I'lL { :L... .. ..... .. -.". ........'::1..:>..__ ..-", .....,..... atmosphere nt the Bntelllto
'-, Lounge hear this talented pianist -
FOR SALE convey his musical mes-
FOR SALE SJIRO: .' outstanding. 2226 NW 49th Street
apt, of furniture SATELLITE LOUNGE

Just move in or will sell piece BARBER SHOP Fully 0222 NW 7th Ave, .----------------. -.
by piece, bed and mattress 2 equipped, 3 chairs| air '
.refrfgs., 2 elec. cookerssteamers ditioned, only $1,000 full price.con- rHiIIOP
tattles, chairs, etc. On 01 Low rent, in good' location. Call Will build any type of house to suit you' 1f
St. and 15 .
Ave. Contact Cert Bob, 758-5551. W. tf. HALL
nt Miami Times, 6740 NW 15 NOW BUILDINGA

Ave PRICE REDUCED, $9,500 total ST. PAUL A. M. E. 3-bedroom house with 2 baths located at ,',

I ,$79 month 3-bedroom, 2 bath Rev. T. C. Kelley Jr.
pastor 3029 NW 57th STREET "
OFFER for homeowners I hardwood floors .
awnings, large Sis. C. McKenzie, reporter
moved by Expressway, rear patio, 2 utility rooms, : And make your application .
move right in. Lovely CBS on sprinkler system. SJlell Realty St. Paul Is looking for Its ..
large lot, hardwood floors, Fla. 4200 NW 7 Ave.., 'u phone 758-5551, new church. Ground will be J. H. BARKLEY :

room, large garage, two air broken Sunday, Jan. 12 1961. Brownsville Corporation '
conditioning units. A real bar. NO QUALIFYING CBS 3- The address will he c1eitvcred11y ..
gain. By owner, call NE bedroom, IVt> bath, large Fla. the Bishop W. F. Ball at 3 3029 NW 57th Street .
4-6208, room, appliances. $11,500 total p.m. Everyone is Invited to at-
$75 month, Shell Realty, 42GO tend. Refreshments will be ser Call NE 3.3198 or' 691.5851
OWNER must sell. Bargain for NW 7 Ave., 758-5551 ved. Quarterly Conference will
someone, price is right, terms he held on Friday evening, Jan.
are good, see It at once, 1822 HELP WANTED 10, 1964 at 7.30: p.m.
NW 45 St. Presiding Elder Robinson
LIVE IN MAID SW area, 5H will hold the 1st Quarter for IDEAL FOR THE LARGE FAMILYHome
HOME PLUS INCOME direct days, $35 wk. Own room, no the New Year.Exams ,
from owner. Lovely CBS with cooking. Must have recent ref. and income. Choice block, no qualifyingBig

huge Fla.. room, air cond., plus erences. PL 4-OG55 friendly rooms, CBS ,soundly constructed.The .
separate house in rear. Live NICE 2-BEDROOM HOUSE
for $50 a month, $450 down, for a reliable couple or small Open 3-bedrooms have large closets) 2 tile baths,
FHA. See at 534 NW 52nd St. family phone 75J-0977 And large living room and separate dining room, cathedral '

WI 5-0886. Typists ceilings, beautiful rear patio, plus enclosed

QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD FOR RENT rumpus room and additional enclosed porch.
Drive (Continued from 1))
by this spacious 3-bed- page AND EXTRA -

room CBS at 529 with NW additional 46. St., then efficiency ROOM in private home for a proprlate experience or successful A separate CBS bedroom apartment with living
call nice man. 1173 NW 70 St. OX complettton of a four year room and enclosed
us for an apointment. Liberty garage.
high school; ronrse to academic:
Realty, 4500 NW 2 Ave. vear above "hi.Th'. school for the Please visit our office or call for an appointment .

PL 17594. 2-BEDROOM unfurn. apt. 1980 higher nnr'p'. Other requirements We can help you
NW 55 St. NE 3-9908. oMtllned, In the
nro an- !
$295 DOWN. Move right In.
Owner must sell CBS BEDROOM nounremen which may be LIBERTY REALTY
lovely 2 and 3 ,houses. Call obtained from the local board
good for small family. Hardwood Dixie Rental Agency, 633-2429. Civil Service examiners
floors screened { 4500 NW 2nd Avenue
porch with the examination applica PL 1-7594 ,
fcarporte. See !Sun.:; at 741 NW 77 FOR ONLY, new 2- tion. .'
Terr. WI 59886. bedroom duplex call Dixie
Emphasis was placed upon
Rental, 633-2129 the fact. that apllcations must
$500 DOWN, no qualifying,
he mailed or postmarked no later
Manor' Park I 2-bedroom CBS. $15 WEEK PAYS ALL. Furn. than Jan. 13, 1901.
Lot 50x150 includes stove and or unfurn. Adults only. 1-bed- Finest Selections In Miami

refrigerator, one mortgage, $81 room, 4719 NW 15 Ct.NEW .
month pays everything. Move Phyllis WheatleyClub
right in. See Saturday and Sun 2-BEDROOM APT. Un-
homes -
day. Open 2-0 p.m. 1181 NW furn. References deposit, call Lovely open
48 St. Broker, 7517922. OX 1-0789 after 6 p.m. EntertainsThe NEW LOW DOWN PAYMENTSEZ

CBS DUPLEX. 2-bedroom and ROOM at 1922 NW 58 St., private Phyllis Wheatley Art Term Less Than Rent
Fla. room each side. No qualifying home 635-8959. and Social Club entertained
members and friends at
move right in. Live free a
3ow down payment. Owner WI 1-BEDROOM furn. apt. All Christmas Partv at the home of
5-9880. utilities, downtown area $18 Mr. and Mrs. Price. 18888 N. W. 290 NW 48th Street
r 66th St., on Dec. 30. There wasa
:No QUALIFYING Duple efficiency. $13.NE Call Mickins Christmas", tree laden with Lovely CBS 2-bedroom, Fla. room, hardwood floor
Rental Agency,
Tight alongside Manor Park. 40500.Indf gifts, and after ,games and lots and tile roof. $400 down, $77 per month. $12,500
,Both apartments have 2-bed I of laughter nnd cheer, momtxTB}
rooms and are fully furnished OR UNFURN. APT. In and friends received gifts: The total price.
$500 down and move in. Lift Opa-locka area. 1-bedroom un- following friends were present:
'Realty, 5932 NW 7 Ave. PL furn. $15 week 2-bcdroom unfurn. Mrs. Frankle Glover, Mrs. .
9-4371. Open Sundays.NO $18, 1-bedroom furn. $21, Frances Miller, Mesdames, Es.
"Mtedrooms furn. $25. Call Mick- sie Smith, Ellen Heidt, Mae 4921 NW 6th Avenue.
CLOSING COSTS 3 Allen, Miss Joan Heldt, Mr. H
NE 40500. tile roof and
Rental Beautiful CBS 2-bedroom Fla.
ins. Agency. room
Mr. D. Dawson,
bedroom CBS, 2 baths, large Indf Clement,
rooms. Huge kitchen, screened George Smith, Mrs. Floyd and garage. On lovely corner lot. $400 down $10 per
!front porch 2-car garage. Only I I Mrs. Clara Miller and other
LARGE ROOM, hot and cold month. FHA terms.
: whose
$13,000 $400 down. Best guests were present
For nice
/street In Manor Park Life 1 water, 2129 NW 57 St. names the reporter failed,.to get
:Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL quiet person. A delicious Christmas supper .
:59-4371. FOR KENT I I served and although rain
Open Sundays. was
: WE, HAVE SEVERAL nice 1- prevented many from attending 1738 NW 39th Street ..'

FULLYFURNISJEJ;? 3-bed bedroom:,.'*,,furnished pt". for rent.and Quiet unIrurnished' I however, those who were present Huge CBS 3-bedroom, bath, plus '1-bedroom, 1- ,
room CBS with separate gars! I( enjoyed a delightful even-
age, awnings, stove, refrigerator -: area, from $18 week PL and 9-8779'up. Ing. bath rental, '$600 down. No closing costs., FHA terms,
Call Fenster Realty,
washing raajiJflijeJLE. : r.1 c e -r.
Is $400'downTand T .
$13,500 $84
In Palace Apt. Bldg., 4
month. STORE { HOUSE.
Life Realty, 4932 NU 3. JEDROO > 0111h
7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open even- 17 Ave. and 69 St.Call, NW.Fenster Very NW 50 St. Stove and refrigerator 6820 NW 6th AvenueNo
days and NE 5-8970.
Sundays. phone
-- Realty, PL 98779. qualifying on this CBS 3-bedroom, oak floor,

!NO CLOSING COSTS 3-bed- APTS. We have 2 very nice 1- 2-BEDROOM HOUSE 4 other carporte, fence and barbecue on 2 big lots. $795

jrooms, separate garage, new bedroom apts., 1 furnished, 1 rooms, refrig, stove, garage, down $85 month. ,
:roof, freshly painted, refinished partly furnished. Nice locations. ((1500 NW 8 Ave. per t

hardwood floors, appliances. month call PL 9-8779, Fen _
Price Is $9,500, only $300 down $75 Realty., DUPLEX APT., beautiful and t

:and $77 per month. Life Realty, ster I large One bedroom and Fla. We have largest selections of CBS 2 and 3 bedroom
4932 NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. NICE ROOM. Lady preferred. room. Landscaped, unfurnished
Open evenings and Sundays.NO Phone NA 1-6115, 1961 NW adults only. 1238 NW 51 home in lovely Manor Park.
and bus.
Near Grandway
166 St., Opa-locka.
QUALIFYING Pretty To see call 631-6333. (The Broker that works for you)
CBS cottage with appliances. FURN. ROOM in private home,
$250 down and $75 month. Move hot and cold water 2491 NW FURN APT. with yard and t., .

right In. Life Realty. 4932 NW 59 St., phone 634-2264. porch. Call OX 12420.1BEDn.oo I. r 1
7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open Sun-
'dav"", and evening ROOM In private home, prefera f turn apt. 1220
C8 St. PL 1-4292. News Inc.
quiet sober man or 2 men I Realty

,'NO QUALIFYING ....: 3-bed- call 6349654. 47 St. area. I i I 1 GARAGE APT. 1-bedroom and

room back CBS with Income unit In FURN. 3-room house $13. Newly kitchen furn. 1821 NW 17 St. 4600 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 44)655
and extra lot. All the NE 4-0730.
!i(Brooms are very large. Price Is painted, hot and cold water.
\only $11,000 and the payments 1805 NW 5 Ct. Use Furnished for rooming 9-- -ROOM In private home. $750 (Open Sunday) .
room house each, 1445 SW 08 St., phone
Real-t4: : house, hot water, 1817 ..nv
Pp 'fJ Sundays and evenings. 5 Ct. Call 634-3177, .I OX 1-1600.

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round chore for Moroskl, who
; TIMES, MIAMI. FLA. BET'UNE SWAMPS has an Indoor and outdoor training -
rink at his home in Venice

k FAMU 3 STRAIGHTS FIa.His quarter horses, ,bred at
the famous King Ranch in
Coach "Cy" McClalren of BethuneCookman Texas perform almost human
i College served tricks. Ills most spectacular
p notice on the Southern Inter- Ringling Brothers feat was teaching his steeds to
r collegiate Athletic Conference walk from the ring at the ;con
Spearing that the 1965-04; Wildcats will Circus Here elusion of their act, using only
be no push over. Sporting a 10-2() their hind legs, their front feet
: season's record to date, the pawing the air to the applause
Wildcats downed the RattlersIn Jan. 16Charles 21 of the crowds.In .
'1 the three-game Holiday addition to Moroski, the
With Sports sic. Beginning at Moore ClaS"j I Moroski's "liberty" Greatest Show On Earth has
nasium, Daytona Beach on horses will again be featured in animal acts galore: Kubler's
s Thursday Dec. 26. the wildcatswon the center ring at the 1964 chimps, Victor Julian's trained
t ; r i Ky HARRY SPEAR 98-84. moving to West I I Rlngllng Brothers and Barnumand dogs, Ethel Jenner's seals and

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Hall, Jan. 16-21. there will be
107.96, and to Fort Lauderdale
think it fault of his.
A Day at The The cards any examined before on the 28th for a 117-96 victory, Entire the Wayne and Gibson trapeze
were sweeping three straights from proceeds of the Circus' teams Doval on the high wire
the announcer received first performance will last
and year's sensation, La
Fifth St. Gym them. Cy trains at the gym to the Rattlers. benefit the Miami Children's Toria, the youngest aerial star
keep in shape. Carl Fuller, 6-9 freshman Center ((700 NW LeJeune Rd.,) in the history of the Big Show.
While visiting the Fifth St. from Richard J. Murray High The Center is a nonprofit day

Gym I was Interviewing Hattie, George Rothselden is the School St. Augustine; Calvin school devoted to assisting emo ....----..-...---------
who has been custodian for official photographer for .t h e Johnson, senior from Ben tionally-disturbed children.

nine and, a half years. During gym. Franklin High, Philadelphia, Moroskl, a trained horseman STOP! LOOK! READ!
that time she has been In con- Pa. and Jerome Hamler fresh In the old-world
tact with some of the greatest Gross who writes for man from Jones High, Orlando, tradition, is Jabberwork is in the air
managers, trainers, champsand the Miami Star Sports column led the Wildcats' attack, while the son of a captain in the
fighters of all times. Hat- and the referee, also trains Fred Walker and Theodore Allen crack Polish cavalry and began again! Watch this space
tie Is a very interesting erson> Champ Willie Pastrano and led the Rattlers' attack. his training when he
to talk to. Her sister Bertha Champ Carlos Ortiz and worksin The Wildcats take to the road was for coming attraction!
Alberts Is visiting her and their corner. Jan. 6 where they will meet six years old.

(right away) she puts her to Benedict College, Columbia, S. Horse "education" is a year- -------.------.--.---

work at the gym. Dave Yoemans has British C. on Jan. 7; Allen University, L .......... .... --*.- *-** *. ..... ,
Hattie does her job better middleweight champ Gomeo Columbia, on the 8 and South -
than most men. Brennen. Carolina State College, on the
9th. They will return to Be- Central Life Insurance Co.of Florida
r Casslus Clay has started Fatso Zuckerman, well known thune-Cookman on Jan. 10 and
f sparring: with his brother, by all would like to hear from will play Benedict College In
"f Rudy, who fights on the same his friends. Fatso is In a wheel Moore Gym on Jan. 11 ana Fort "TOCll FRIICNDMT COMPANY"
j I card. Cassius looks real great. chair. He can be seen at the Valley State on the 13th. MODERN AND ATTRACTIVE POLICIES FROM
and wrestling shows.
Colonel Art Lewis vis- fights Other home games are: Jan $1,000.00 UP TO $80,000.00
iting. He wa! the !Instigator of The whole boxing world Frank is 25 17,, Albany South Carolina State College State;; Feb.Jan Whole Life Endowment Educational
the loss of
Chris Dundee promoting fights mourning
3 Edward
Waters College Feb.
here. Art is a great showmanand Bachman, one of the greatest 5, Florida A and M and; Feb. Mortgage Redemption
hotel owner. He has some- managers of all times. Frank 15
Fla. Memorial College.All .
be handled such champs as Maxie Retirement Combination
thing to proud of Bob DUng and home games will begin at Hospital

Ch Roberts> who ha Lew Rosenbloom Jenkins, also Rory Cal- 8 p.m. in Moore Gym. And Home

worked with some of the ,Greatest houn and many more. May his .. ALSO
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and Jimmy Mack, will be I soul rest In peace!
working with Sonny Liston EVERY NITEAt Family Group Plan

when he arrives. Casslus appearance Clay for makes the a Emotionally personal -. the Satellite Loungo the Father, Mother and all Children Under 21 Years of

Mack Goodman trains Allan '' Disturbed Children} atmosphere always prevails Age Insured Under One Policy
Harmon, Sammy Burgess, Willie 'I' Jan. 16 at Convention Hall. nitely, Jimmy Crawford will New.Borns Automatically Insured After 15 Days
tak.8 through worldof
James and George Edwards. you a new
All good prospects. I I ''Joey Gtardello, newly crown musical appreciation. Make REPRESENTATIVES: AND BRANCH OFFICES
ed middleweight champion, was this wonderful scene. "Out of STATEWIDE IN FLORIDA AND ALABAMA
Mario Castrlcone has Ronnie' named the World Boxing this world.1
by Call for in
representative city for additional
Asher, a good ,looking prospect.I I Association Thursday as Its SATELLITE LOUNGE your
Boxer of the Year. 6222 NW 7th Ave. information
Been Seamon, who owned )I Angelo Dundee of M I a m i = .
:;; :;; ::;: I .kill 1H IIH1T t tm. nm i m mjtM.i
several gyms and one-time an Beach, who Is associated with
nouncer in the early 20's visit-)I featherweight Champion Sugar
ing his old time friends. Ben is Romas light heavyweightchampion
retired now. He was well { Willie Pastrano, and
For Moderate Rates Call
known In the good old days. I former champions Luis Rodri- The Finest Apartments at -

quez and Ralph Dupas, was
Cy Gottfried, the referee, was named Manager of the Year.
the goat when they changedthe
verdict between Chuvala I Dundee also Is Cassius Clay's tAL ,t
and Tony Alongi!, but I don't trainer. BONDED ts' Qty


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BY NORMAN E. JONEs VETERAN'S This column I is prepared I


...... - - ,- ----- -- -.... CORNER Flngler St., Miami\ for information ..,
of Veterans in this
the small area. '\'
group of 20 In these rural counties In the I .,',
slaves landed at Jamestown ..UTLSTLTT iT W if w vr Irrtw www JrInY"i'n'r'f'.JY.1Df'JJCrJJriYJYIJJI':1T:1'I':1': :: :' : SF!Y:1Y': T 111 ir'iY''w'
Va., Northern --------
States, very few -'o- .'
in 1C19 the number rapidly Increased groes live. In the Southern INCOME: CARD TIME .<" __

by natural birth and the States while there Is a large This year's Income
slave trade to reach an estimated proportion of Negroes living In reporting
4 million at the outbreak of the these rural counties, their right time began again on Dec. 1 for
Civil War. It was Inevitable thatas to vote Is denied altogether, Is 11,253 the disabled veterans and
the number of slaves increased extremely limited or those who' deceased some 22,750
In proportion to become a seek to rglster do so at a great pension In veterans Florida receiving VA

large percentage of the total risk, even of their lives ,, ,,',,,
population of slave states that The Prompt and accurate report- : LACKLAND: AFB, Tex -
political Implications of far was so Institution thoroughly Indoctrinated of Slavery Inge an prevent any hold-up :;;: Airman John Hamilton, grandson -
reaching consequences would re In the colonies that when must pension be payments.returned to They the I of Mrs. Rosalie McCants of

sult.The these l Colonies bahded them I VA before the usual deadline \ I'I 2315 NW 68th St., Miami Is being .

non-slave states saw their selves together to fight England Jan. 31 or payments will be reassigned to Brooks AFB,
proportionate numbers In Con- for their own freedom and the suspended. I ;i, \: for training and duty as an engineering
and scientific aide.
right to establish I II
Uelng a sovereign
numerically II
gress over
THE TIES I Airman Hamilton
THAT recently
whelmed by Congressmen from nation, no(; mention was madeof BIND
completed United States Air
the slave states ds thb slaves the slaves, One of the Miami VA Office Force basic military training
were couttted.In the population Even when the great documents cleik-stenoa was slightly surprised here.
giving an unfair representation of Dec tua- I} last week. She wa.<:! help
tp the slave states and thus the tion of Independence, the Bill! with a dental ap.
slave holding states dominated of Rights, the Preamble, and placation and came to the question -
ress ana could effectively the Constitution was written asking him If he wad a A SINCE INS
bloc ahy legislation favorable nothing therein was mentioned former prisoner-of-war. "Ye: ,"
to the Northern States which relied in regard to the Negro slaves. he answered, "four times." t For Quality Building
) heavily The After enjoying,:: her confusion
on Industry and Negro was sacrificed from
ram through legislation favor- the time of birth of America on at his reply, he went on to explain PL 1-3604:
able to the Southern states the altar of political expediency {heed' married what he four meant time- he had I I WESTOVEU AFI1, MASS. -

where the ecomomy was oriented to Issure support and unity from : Technical Sergent Hubert C
to agriculture based on slave Southern States.to Jackson, whose sister, Mrs. Ira
labor. ( be continued) QUIZ CORNER Jordan, resides at 26 S. 50th St. ?bw

Q. If veteran had named Philadelphia, has liven named
ern Congressmen states' wanted from the the congressional North- Time For Aliens t his mother aa beneficiary of I 100th Air Refueling Wing maintenance I .a .
of the month
his Insurance and later mar- man
representation based on To Register Again ries and has chlllren, will his here. -
freemen the
only, Southerners
new family
already dominating Congress, District Dorector Elward P. the Insurance automatically whenhe receive Sergeant Jackson a United
flatly refused to accede to such Ahren of the Immigration and dies? money Sinter Air Force aircraft ground LOT OWNERS!
demands, but finally yielded to Naturalization Service( Rooted equipment maintenance: supervisor -
an Infomous compromise where the annual alien address report A. No they will not unless he was selected for the hon- Wo plan, "guldo and advise'
for purposes of representation a program usually causes a sharp has notified the VA to changehis or In recognition of his exemplary "
slave was counted as thre -f1tthH rise In the number of applications litneficiary. The VA is re- conduct nnd performance Your plans or ours
of a man for naturalization. to 'pay the Insurance : of duty Custom Built Homes
the last
The law requires all aliens in proceeds to The sergeant,:: Is n graduate ofShoemaker
And so began the domination designated neneflcldry In writing Attractive Additions
High School
of Congress by Southerners the United States, with few exceptions to the VA. A last will and -
Ills wife Elsie Is the
: ,
based on fra1dVhi h humerci- to report their addresses testament rlx: < not change thedesigntC' Quality Alterations
daughter: of Mrs. Hottle Gilbertof
each January. Through. (] beneficiary with the
ally disproportionate giving the Southern humber Statesa of out the United States, almost VA. If he falls to designate his 3G2 NW 10th St. Miami, Fla, Good bank financingQtf&W&BV

30 percent more applicationsfor wife and children In ., .
writing to ------------ --- -
representatives, was not even naturalization are received the VA so It will be made a
Counted as'a whole man, had no 'during the months of January, I part of his Insurance records, STOP! LOOK! READ! ( E
rights as citizen or even a human I February and March than are the money would have to be
being. ''I received during other months. paid to his mother. This happens Jabberwork is in the air aoa C3ffi\39ro\

This condition exists even Mr Ahrens attributed this sud very often. Only one of again Watch this
today* In these enlightened I den rise to the Allen Address [the 13 civilian who went down apace Licensed Insured

times In areas In the Southern Report program. with the Ill-fated Thrasher for coming attractions!
States where' the Negro Is denied Aliens not required to make submarine had changed Ueneflclaries. 888 N.E. 79th Street

the rtght to vote, yet i Is ; this report are diplomats, those -------.---------.-.-
counted In the census In making I accredited to certain Interna-
up Congressional and Legis- tional organizations and those ., N AA.w sr 4.YrihiiiiA: i R
lative Districts. Thus Southerners who have entered temporarilyas
continue to dominate the agricultural laborers. I
Legislative by virtue of Forms for making the reports .
process will he available to aliensat
fact that chosen
they are not -
all Post Offices and offices of
by their total constituency.In the Immigration and Naturalization ,

he Individual states under Service during the monthof
Anrem Indicated EVERY WEEK
hrchalc JanuaryMr. -
laws the rural blow of that alien desiring Information -
state legislators representing a concerning naturalization !.
very small percentage of the or similar matters should M1f..
total state population dominate obtain the forms at an officeof $10-2O-3Oand more !
legislative proceedings, giving the Immigration and Natu-
the majority of the people In the ralization Service where personnel -
major cities and counties a very trained! In these fields] will

small proportionate representation. be available to answer Inquiries. $ -

True Leader II
35 Years of Experience
I Bishop Hunter Is well known rail


If, yon are nick!! worried or 'In N
troubled this 'Is the place to rome gAVIN ;;fix;
Don't stay In the rut, pnsh hark
the 'veil of bad lock that ,,("tillSto
hold yon In your track, and
advance forward by the help of I
God under the leadership of ? % fi a splay this beautiful FREE bumper strip
Prof. Hunter who has 35 year '** fc BB"
of t'1perfence''n.plrltual and on your car and DRIVE SAFELY If you are seen

occult happy.nrlence.He will Make show your;you borne how driving courteously and safely by one of our Franklin

to bypass" your.enemies and get the things that life demands
for you. Come one, come all. Healing meeting every' Wednesday Federal Spotters you will bo given a cash prise.y .

at the Spiritual Temple of Zion, Inc., 5I1T S.IY.17th fit*
West Hollywood. Fla. TOO p.m. y NOTHING TO BUY! NOTHING TO WRITE

You don't even need a savings account at Franklin Federal to qusriifyl


; -jpi- -- t "Friendly FRANKLIN'-where SERVICE come first.

., r 'F PFRANKLlNCurrant

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J \ '' /, FED ERA L Rat Per Year Dividend Paid and
Compounded Quarterly
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Florida fcy
5417 S.W. 17th ,Street Hollywood, 'ill'!l ney ofhe

1 mile pn.t flur.- Road 144 3 miles went of Hallandal on 1001 N.W. 3rd AVENUE 371-7652 ,dus.Government. _
Worth side. of the road. Office hours. t p.m. lo p.m. Sunday .
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PAGE 16 SATURPAY. JANUARY II, 1064 t S'ra & '

\ Homecoming at! alumnus. ..,'
The annual FMC's homecomIng xarEik
t Florida Memorial game will begin In gymnasium -

at 7' p.m., when FMC's .
: :
11. Sunday Lions come to grips with the .
I' Tigers of Edward Waters College ', "
,ST., AUGUSTINE Florida Jacksonville., .,:-,.
Memorial College's annual >tyld- This will be the final game
I Winter Homecoming will be I
for two 'of FMC'S genlors- Captain :
held Jan. 11, with doubleheader Louis
Jenkirsand Walter
basketball games and a full .
small ace
McDougald, a college
) schedule of social activities expected ,
with a 30.8 percent record ipT 1 r A
, to attract a record num The 1
Homecoming DancepK
ber of former students ;
t and i lowing the game, will climax
i '
| alumni back to the of w"a
campus ,
the day's activities '
1 3 e )
their alma mater. P .
\ '
The homecoming program as ____ '-" i
announced by FMC Alumni Association Calling All AI'pha.en ,
Secretary John L J
i Jackson, will get under way at I -I".
\ ,9 Saturday morning, with the All men of the Miami area !

traditional coffee and social. who are Brothers In Alpha Phi RUTH G. HART k- ii iis
hour. Alpha are requested to meet, In ,".
This will be followed by the their regular monthly business The Dixie Park Branch of the s,, I J'. .
alumni tmsnless meeting at meeting on ,Satu+clay, Jan 11, Miami Public Liberary enters I 1 ;
r 10:30: during': which important i 1964 atjD; p.m. Tile scene'of the the second half of its 1i 1 34 j ft
reports will be heard and committees meeetIng will be President Paul story hour season. Since the I ,

appointed.At Joseph's home, 11605 SW 14th season began in October, approximately I !
3 in the afternoon, the Terr., in Richmond HeightsFor 500 boys and girls
champion Hancock Central further information and di have attended story hour.
High basketball team, form rection to his home, if you are Mrs. Ruth G. Hart Children's
Sparta, Ga., will confront Har- not familiar with the area you Work Assistant of the Branch S
ris High's Panthers from Hastings should call CE 8-3362. will serve as storyteller for the t

Fla., In a preliminary gameIn Business centering around Jan. 16 program. Mrs. Hart a
FMC's Heckscher talented performer, will tell ,
Gymnasium the coming spring activities of '
The Sparta team, winners the fraternity will be completed three lively tales: The sheep and jP- J
I of the district championship at this time. It is urgent that I the pig who set up housekeeping -
t last year, is under head coach all good Alpha Men be present the dog that lost his family f
Arthur G. Daniel, an FMC i ir and on time. and the dog, the 'fox and the Y X" ,. ,
li .... fleas. .
.dd' ..
.71.. Yr:rrly'rr T:: ;r.. ..
The !is
progarm geared to boys

rtI and girls from 7 to 12 years of :SOFSTYLB SPECIALIST COMING TO MIAMi All
v however ,
and old-
4 age; younger '
tI ; er children are invited to Join licensed beauticians will ''be invited to see,,Chf ago'8 Gene

: the group. Williams demonstrate the new, and most modern perma-

Miss Helen M. Dorsett, nent hair relaxer, SOFSTYLE, Monday, Jan. 20, at the
Branch Librarian,
urges parentsto
let ,their youngsters attend Everglades Hotel, New Everglades'' Room, Third and', BIs- .

the weekly story hour each cayne Blvd., 1 p.m. sharp SOFSTYLE, a product of The
Thursday, from 4 to 5 The
p.m. Professional Products Division the Gillette ,Co. .
program Is free and open to the Epic ,

r ...., rrr.ra:'ri public marks a major scientific breakthrough in hair care. Free .
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\ f:rrrr..rr rrr .r. The Library is located at tickets for the show'can be obtained from William J. .r ;
By .
350 NW 13 St. O'Brien and co;, 7211 NW 2nd Ave. : .


One may say to himself Posner Co. Pays ;r rJ DON'T CONFUSE THE BIG : ... '

Damn Yankee. However its Tribute to Florida .: ,. :

...'! not necessarily so. At this time "
\t what, is needed in the Brownst BeauticiansOpening ,X, '
yule area is a "Damn Yankee." beauty shows in f( SHOW
Here at last is a "Damn Yarn New York, Los Angeles and ,, k fH :{
kee" and a good one at that. Miami all on the 13th of Jan- .
Hey listen! Yes-sir-ree. uary, Mr. Posner ranks the
Florida beauticians with the G:
On the corner of 62nd St and best in the country Well known With Any Other Show. :<

27th Ave. a new restaurant will technicians from Atlanta, New:,, .
soon open. Its operator is a York and Detroit trained In "
member of the ebony family. the use of Curlaxer, the first THE SOFSTYLE SHOW ii
It pleases one very much to cold hair relaxer to be shown .
see a Cousin attempt a ''thing in this area, the step by step Will be held ;' .' ..
like this. use of this strictly professional
cold hair relaxer that
If one wishes for something Used on all types of hair can Including be '
to eat or a place to rest his feet. color treated hair because MONDAY JAN. 20
It can be his for the asking. it does not contain thios
For the best of everything or alkilis. : 1

that's good to eat visit' your,, ,.
Cousin "Damn ,Yankee." The customer is completely AT THE ,
relaxed during the entire 'rEVERGLADES
If one had a hammer he cedure there is pro-
: as no heat or HOTEL
could ring about the hope of base creams with this method. Mrs. ;
Lillian Scott '
his Cousin who will open soon This new'scientific method 1".. h.;'",
a first class house of food. The the new trend 'add' the begin- Joins House Of FOR FREE TICKETS, CALL
name of which will be
Damn ning of a new era .In the beau-
Yankee. ty profession. Albertv:. : '' WILLIAM J. O'BRIEN &: CO fi
Mrs Lillian Scott who has
This ,
is a good thing. Herein Jack Davidson, Southern division
business is one-third of the sal. lived in Miami since 1924, is '
vation of the race. The other charge''Of'!'manager a show-will 'at be the In 'tloj now_ of lady,'Albert-'Funeral attendant at the 7211 NW Jnd? Ave., Miami PL 9-2766
( Home
two-thirds are to We: accomplished Knight Beat Club. Free to beauticians
by respect and educatoll., athf fs/also, in charge ofpublic
color TV only.set-He transistor will pass.radios outa ,relations' .for the establishment. 1\'J: >>} }}}1}3"t-f }h\t }>j .}ljll 'i ij

History reminds one of hU and other door. ,to':' "'- ''Is metnber of .. -.. to; ). .... -
Cousins whom the Southerners lucky\ 01'!er xBethel: ,AME church .
beauticians. > Remember .
,< 4the '
called reli of-thr 's
Damn Yankee 3ent
# < AME
prov dad date, Monday, Jan: ,,13;*.,,, ,*. ',hSALE, ':; AHEf
the support which resulted. in : ;,Missionary-Society of' the' Mi- SALE} ;, ? ,, '
the Emancipation aml{District. Sunday: School N !
Proclamation. ..... .
Now is the time for aU: good Pioneer Men's Club1 .'teacher1 or: the 'Women's Bible January 11th Till 19 1; e.sUn. j'I'
t Negroes to go to Damn Yankee ,., S.1I 1 .class; .'gund'' president of the
a and cause their Cousin Vernon I The Richmond :Heights Pioneer Grand United' Faithful Club, "
Lee trice to be a little more Civic and 'Social Men's Inc.,. worthy matron of Morning WIGS $59.00 '5
emancipated. The hope of the Club is -happy Uo:-hav .- oseph iSUuJrChapteP o,,22 OES chair REG. $125 UP'
race is somewhat deeply related Krus, a Miami investment- advisor -' man;of/the' ,Art Department of
to selective patronage. as guest speaker; at:their GraidBethlehem 'Grand'Chap.-, 100% Human Hah made In France

t' first meeting in the,,new year; ters.,of OES"past representativeoltthej.United.Councirof Kimberly's
Nineteen million Negroes Sunday Jan. 12 at 0 p.m. : : : Church Beauty Salon '
must use their income of 19 "- Mr. Krus will show.a short Wen 4310 NW 7th Avenue "
billion dollars to obtain movie and speak to the,
help group
She 1 holds'many other officesin Phone 757-9458
their freedom and don t you concerning monthly investment or 754-3028
fraternal civic and
/ organizations of Miami.
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All makes repairedTV See "CnnnonbnlP Adderly! and his Sextet 'at the .
Cor. ' Fort Lauderdale National) Guard Armory .
Radio Auto Radio ,
; '' ,this .
.Let with
: name Uy .
you 400 8.W.
Hi-Fi Stereos Transistors 24th Street
: if' ,,
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'S S 'DAMN, YANKEE Bring' your set in and save Monday, February 10, 8 p.m. .'. .

.. \ ,j} Get tickets at)North's Travel Bureau
< '; ':: #. .And Tell Your Friend 2636 NW 62nd St. 1104 N.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami
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