The Miami times
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028321/00190
 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 21, 1964
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00190

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r._.SHOT_ ( IN NIGHT C tiE f ,I It.

PatTTR ettibShotUp;

Negro Teachers Assured Ordered ClosedA I

Will Not Lose Jobs Here Into night a club gun-shooting brawl developed battle

JIN Saturday night in Hallandale,
w leaving five men and a woman
PHASING OUT TO meaning that senior teachers wounded.
I will not be transferred to The Palms Club, with about
BE HARMLESSNegro elementary schools. 200 customers was the scene
There will be no cutting of of the gun fight' which start-
teachers were assured salaries, although pay supple- ed at 12:30: a.m.
by the County School Board ments will be discontinued incases None of the victims was
Wednesday that the planned where the Job change
seriously Injured, police said,
phasing out of three all-Negro
eliminates the extra duties
but they were taken to Memo-
senior schools
high would not
and responsibilities for which rial
Hospital InVest Holly
cost anybody his job. the supplement is being paid. .wood for treatment Three
The board adopted, by unan- The superintendent Issued were hospitalized. Injured
imous vote, a statement to the statement to put a stop to were:
that effect Issued almost two the rumor which has been
Jlmmlo Ray Callings, 18, W.Hollywood .
weeks ago by Supt. Joe Hall
causing Negro teachers and
shot In the chest
The board first amended tho
others much concern. The I
and shoulder
right ,
statement, on a motion Uy Jack board also wanted to add Its
P. Gordon, to add these two weight to the reassurances. Calvin Franklin, 2-1, HaJlan-
points: dale, shot In the left arm. t
: New assignments: "Insofaras James Jackson! Jr., 32 of 523
ww possible," will be not only NW 7th Court, Hallandale,
In the employes' current areas Robbers Try to Take grazed on the nose. ,l
of work, but at the same level
Church's Money Melvin Young, 21, SW 23rd
St., West Hollywood, shot lit
Robbers preying the right shoulder,
are now
Boy Hit, by Car DiesHit on the churches. Last Sunday Henry Preston! 27, West ,

Miami Links became NAACP I dent Bernice Kemp presents a I by a car when he ran night In Qpa-locka as the officers Hollywood, shot on the thigh 1
and chest
of the Mt. Hermon AME
Life Members Link Lugus-I check of $500 to Father Theo across a street to a playground, Church headed home with the Calling .Jackson and Young 1
I ta Colston, immediate past I dore Gibson, president Miami a four-year-old boy died Saturday $3,500( receipts after a success- were admitted to the hospital.The .
In Jackson Hospital.
president looks on as Presl- Branch NACP. Wlllard K, of ful Woman's Day program, others were treated and I
Burney, son bandits forced one of the mOn's rlcasd
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burney, car off the road In an attempted Georgette Williams, 21, was M
1445 NW 51st St., was injured -
Sullivan Says Police Can And Friday 60th St.at NW 13th Ave. Luckily robbery the money was in sold also grazed she faInted by a bullet.from the Police

'. the car Just ahead of the one shock. They sent her to the
I' James McIntosh, 24, of 77 stopped .and the good brother I hospital 'In a''' friend's car.
NW 41st St.. the driver, was I with the money rode on to The Palms was ordered clos-
Stop Numbers Racket charged with carelsss driving safety not daring to stop to Investigate ed by police to avoid further
by excessive speed and causingan I the trouble chlnd outbreak of apparent gangwar

Bolita operation in Dad e felt tax-payers would get more accident. I! him. violence.

County Is still running wild for the $15,000 than if Metro -.-
and could Ue stopped If police had used the money to hire additional -
made a greater effort, said Investigators for the -
Crime Commission Director sheriff's office or state attor- $ .Nrra
Dan Sullivan on Monday.It ney's office. '
was Sullivan's answer to Sullivan said he thought so. ,
questions asked him by Metro Commissioner Joe Boyd I
commissioners, who have questioned Sullivan on the 'r; : 4
agreed to put up $15,000 in size of the bolita "business.," t
taxpayers money to keep the but the crime commission director f'I 'k;, '
crime fighting unit In motion continued to press the : :
Commissioner Tom O'Malley 'point that the money would
asked Sullivan whether he help to Increase police budgets.

Mayor Chuck Hall returnedthe
discussion to the $15,000
NAACP OFFICIAL SAYS contract between the countyand r.ri
the Greater, Miami Crime !
Let Whites Commission.




Florida NAACP closedout ,
Its 25th annual state con- JUDGESHIPA

vention Saturday In Tallahasseewith Negro attorney who helped
forum on federal urban
direct the successful -
<< prosecution Al
and a ,
renewal programs of Teamsters Union
business session. Dave Beck and James
,Bosses y rp9/
Some of the delegates re- Hoffa, has been sworn in as a ,
malnel I on Sunday to hear an Seattle, Washington, munlciprj'Judge. :
addre by Roy Wilkins exeo- .' He is!! a native of Lakeland
'$Lve' secretary of the organl- and a graduate of FloridaA '
feation who took pot shots atP and M University ,.
'arris,Bryant for his' poor a
"' In dealing fairly 'with Charles Z.' Smith, 37, was appointed
.k II' i Negroes. by Mayor J. D. Bra-
: man to succeed Judge Walter ;' q f'j
NAAcp com tii. + yyl .
The standing McGovern who was elected to ;
mittee on church work also ,
a seat on the King County Superior e
adopted a program of seeking Court. a'r'
integration In all religious facilities -
at the local level, and Recently Smith returned
elected new officers for the from New York where he helped .-

yEtlr. Robert Kennedy in his successful v -. .r....... '" j
Federal housing and home campaign for election
agency employe, A, D. Gaither, to thv U. S. Senate. In September Omegas; Cite Reeves Haley and RogersSigma t
urged Negroes to take city Ire resigned as special as-

fathers on slum automobile areas. town istant to Kennedy general.' lie then helped U. S. Alpha Chapter of The Beacon of Ordered LIb- Rogers, baslleus of Sigma Al- r
of"Take Negro them to your com- prosecute attorney Hoffa while he was Omega Psi Phi Fraternity cited erty." pha:: Chapter was named OmegaMan I
three brothers Sunday in of the Year.
and let them see out- on Garth C. Reeves, managing
munity in this capacity.
culmination of their National Guest soloists on the
facilities unpaved editor of the Miami Times and program
door streets and no street lights," When Smith returned to Achievement Week observance. chairman of the board of Lin- were Miss Valdez Murray and
said. "Then go over Washington he rejoined the coln National Bank, was citedas Joseph Gay. Willie Wright Introduced -
County Prosecutor A large crowd turned out at the speaker and Rev.
they live and let staff of King Citizen of the Year.
to where Charles O. Carroll,. under Mt. Sinai Baptist Church to 8. A. Thomas offered the bene
them compare""Abolition of slums can whom he had h.elped prosecuteBeck hear Dr. Paul I. Clifford regis- William Haley, Booker T. diction
out by t h e for grand 'greeny in the trar at Atlanta University, givea WaxMngton: High School teacher : Richard Dunn presided and
only be. carried of the two sale of Teamster -owned Cad- brilliant address on the pro- won the coveted Twenty- Herbert Day was chairman of
combined races," he efforts said., lilacs, gram theme 'Civil Rights 1004 Five Year. Award and Virgil the program committee:


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Meet )'Our friend atCAL'S


Announces Exams wish to apologize to our
friends who have not received -
many Food at its bent
an Invitation to o u r
Job The Greater Miami Urban Thanksgiving Formal Dance 1'ou have tried the rest

Vacancy Survey League announces Civil Service i being held 1 Wednesday night Now try the best
I Exams for the following:: ( Nov. 25 at Liberty Hall G525N.
I service from 6 a.m.
TYPIST CLERK 1 ((11alet): W, 18th Ave. We have
Going On In DadeA Requirements: Permanent u'Ied In vain to secure your to 1 a.m.
addresses< In order that you
tus as clerk I, plus tho 8tn-1 / 6010 NW 22nd Ave.
this gala affair,
ing: Resident of Dade wouldn't miss NE 3.9316
Job vacancy survey will training can be initiated or for one year prior to date of we have arranged to have (A)

be conducted of lousinesses I r stepped up in an effort to reduce examination, Graduation from register at the door, by regis- Owned and operated by

throughout Dade County this labor shortages.' The information high school or Business college. name and address James and Neolie
week by the Florida Industrial will also help the j Must be able to read, write und tering your M4
Commission iri cooperation with .growing numbers of youth coming speak English and Spanish you will (He) duly admitted.
the U S. Department of La- Into the labor markets fluently. Qualifying typing test Liberty Lodge and Liberty
bor's nationwide study of Job for,' the first time and those already I ((40 wpm) at time of application -
E.V.. Claude
I 1. I 11!. P. O.
vacancies in 20 labor market in the labor market to Temple Dugie's Guest HouseThe
areas. choose a suitable and needed Hoe]) exalted l ruler Mae Woods I
I Examples of Duties; F r o m
occupation.In Daughter Huler. house of unusual rooms
The primary purpose of the rough draft, dictating machine,
:survey is to provide Information addition this informationwill I or detailed instructions, type Please make your table reservation Open 24 hours NE 4-3851
l valuable in the
that will help solve the be very forms, loiters, memoranda, as soon as possible
paradox of Jobs without workers recruitment of workers by mailing lists, Index cards, paYrolls NE 41701or Seeing U BelievingSee
Phones OX 1-0920
the needsof ,
identifying present
while at the same: time field notes police reports,
there are workers without Jobs. the community and It will library. easily, and other mater R2i-L'22t:? music for this occasion u* for clean rooms
also give Information concerning I N furnished t hy grant
This inability to match un- ,
expending Job opportuni\ ials.Salary Jamaica Dugie always a
unfilled Jobs and available $27. $351 from the trust fund of the recording -
workers is a wasteful and cost- ties I Industries the friend
STKNO CLERK II ( by cor-
The cooperation of businesses
ly aspect of the current unem- i
unl/ ). Promotional: poration of Local No. G55 American -
ployment problem.Not included in this Job vncnncy 2941 NW 47th St., Miami
survey I Is:: being asked by the Hiatus! as Steno Clerk I, clerk II ]Federation Of Music.
will this Informa- typist clerk II or engineeringclerk
only Florida Industrial Commission I ....... . . . .
"' "" r -i
tion assist the national in plan- i since the success Is dependentupon ) I, plus the following requirements t\ "- '- ::- tt

ning manpower training and retraining the information received : Resident of Dade'; FESTIVAL OF STARS, Inc.
programs, but it will I from employers.. The Informa- County for one year prior to I
also assist Dade County employers tion obtained from employers date of exam High School education INVITES YOU TO THEIRTHANKSGIVING

by identifying occupations i is confidential and will be used and business school I

!' for which education and solely for statistical purposes. training or high school education DANCE
with typing and shorthand

train Inn?. Minimumof two years. I
experience in full time paid

stenographic work Applicantsmust At The FABULOUS GOLD RAIL CLUB
nst pass; qualifying typing

People. test (-10 wpm) at time of application. )77 NW 17lh Av. FT. J LAUDERDALE FLORIDA
All applicants must

read, write and speak Englishand Dnmttion: Advance $1.25' Door $1.50 Door
Places Spanish; fluently and take PrizesNfcl

ll dictation in both languages. ..-""- "' ''''--::'' ""'- ""'- ...""'- .........-.. ................... ..... ........... ... .... ........""'-"'"
1 Examples of Duties: Reads Incoming -
mall and assembles (
-. files and
material to facilitate
,.. .. reply by a superior. Composesand
L. icy -..-i. --. .'!'. !; "'. "'.1 ?"'. -: _
I types correspondence, requiring NIGHT OF GAMES
People "Mama: Dee" leased the place. a knowledge of departmental -

r Shaddle's (as it is known even operations and regulations FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 20, 8 p.m.
but the has I which not be
now, name changed may reviewed -
the ) was like a vociferous social by a superior. Takes AT HUTCHESON'S REALTY
one muses over funny
club with the j and transcribes relatively
some group COInIng complex -
things happened to one
the tragic In every day to sip beer : dictation ccnsisting of 5178 N.W. 17th Avenue
even escapades
years ago, -
and 1 1 letters
argue. reports,
and those t.hlngsvhich I addresses and
made one felt like "going in a I It seems as though winos other material. Salary $337 Jt
hole In the ground." Of course and drunks would frequent a $120. Special Door Prize 10 lb. Turkey (9 p.m.) ,

one shuns thinking of the place such as this but it ain'tso. DONATION
"skeletons in the closet" which 50 CENTS
An occasional "wine" would Times Ads
we all protect with our moral drift by but he is ignored to the Sell !

lives. point where he feels he !is not I _.
- -- -- - - - -
-- 0 0 :;:;I ::;J c c CI C C or
wanted and leaves. - - c c c c Ie C C C C C
One of my favorite stories of
life told For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
my young was by When we want a little clari- -
Charles North and mentioned fication on a tough subject, we
here several times. go into the Fountalnebleau (It's

) and fox Ie-like
bring up u 4
North had told people rightto
the subject, then sit back and
my face, mind you, that one AL 4
listen to the various opinions. BONDED Cw
day I was on the golf course
Before we leave you can bet
hustling as a caddy and a fellow -
we gotten our answer.It .
caddy came up to me and

said: would seem strange that

tese loud ,beer drink inhabitants -
"Hey, Bert whatta you doing could discuss with RENTAL
with your school books today?" subjects from Shakespeareto anyone -

Shush man I'm playing George Mira's chances with
hookey," says I. the 4Ders and with Intelligence -

"Hookey? Boy, school been i I
closed for a month!" It isn't our policy: to frequent ,
honky-tonks unless Its for
You know, it was told so often seeking chitter-chat for this
that I started believing It! corner, hut we do like to get

I never played hookey over one with the boys at "Shaddle s; The largest collection
Jay after school had closed! and rental
Mr. and Mrs. Collins, the new
Speaking about Charles C. lessees get congrats from this in the South
North (the "C" is for Constantine nlllar for their efforts to keep agency ; operating in
I think) he is "
owner the place "decent. M
and manager of the North's Dade and Broward Counties'

Travel Bureau. Many people Things .
who do a lot of travelling each H0>. U L. liROOKHPrsaldsnt

year know about the service THROUGH the efforts of
that North offers. For Instance, the Communitywide Citizens
If you are among those who do Committee and "Operation OKOHOK I*. JIARTII, Geneiul Manager

not use his service jo go abroadhe Big Vote"' over 400 Indigent fam- MANAGING AND
can arrange for your hotel ilies all over Dade County will MORE THAN

accommodation, arrange' a tour receive Thanksgiving baskets 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
for you to visit the most exciting containing foodstuff for a com-

places on the Continent.Or plete turkey dinner Includingthe Bonded also has employment service at main office
If want to visit In
you spices, ingredients for the
the states he can save you the stuffings everything. 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue
bothersome and
unnecessarytask A full time public relation Dept to assist In
of getting your own ticket This group went all out this you solving yur problems
trying to figure where to vear in getting donors from Individuals Pins a fleet of care giving' door to door service for tenanta convenience

go and what to see and whereto organizations, city officials Ov nights and Sunday for emergency service call PL 9-8733

stay. the mayor, police, County MAIN OFFICE

Ounce In a Jocular vein I said Commissioners some con-
4150 N.W. 7th
20 baskets. Avenue
tributing as high as
that North could arrange for a pL 9-8733
From the rolls of the Wel-
price, a trip to Opa-locka. He'd Vandalism done by a' few Is
expense to all. Pie.... ..
take you and point out the interesting fare Department, hospital, social help stop this
unnecessary evil C. A. Lo<<-khnrt.
sights along the way! service agencies, churchesand Public Relation Director

I think he might' Just do that others a list of needy fam- 116.1 N.,,,. 3rd ,
considering the complete trav- ilies is being selected. Ave .... ....... FR 3-8-11" 17.125: Homestead Ave.

el service he offers! Besides these families hun- 1671 N.W. Rind Hb ............ OX s-s.81 Perrine ...--p........--..-.-?. CE 14333IOI

dreds of others will be thank- JWOl Grand Ave ....?_....... Ill l-uJin Hanimondville lid.
Places ful on this festive day when

social and civic clubs and oth- .!- N.W. 7th Ar ?.-....... Mi J-S.IM Pompano .........._.__. WI!: S3ZSIen

SHADDIK'S TAVERN, t h ers will make their own dona- 14255 N.W. find AT*.
202f1 N.W. 75tii Su .. ..._.... ft9ft-3322
15th Ave. .w. Opa-locka __.
once popular tavern ___...... MU .-.IT
before the demise of Its "corn U rONVRNIRNT; LOCATIONS TO 8FTRVR YOU

biscuit" wearing, sporty owner, For Bp"t Result. j '
'th4I; N.V. nni ( t. pi n tSll9S
seems to be coming: back into

Its own since "Papa Joe" and Try a Classified Ad 4 =Q CCCQCOoaaccccccCCCCCCOC
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Ray Charles In 2 Got a Woman,," "'","dt'd I Say" lowing all over the world and I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA.
"Talking About that River" places him among the highest
Concerts ToniteJazz 'land then finally Charles really paid entertainers. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 21, 1964 PAGfl
hit the big time with "I Can't
king Ray Charles and Charles will fly Into MiamiIn .
Stop Lovin' You, which had -- -
his orchestra, with the four '
his own Martin 401 plane .
Hit Parade
an astonishing
singing Raelets, will play two Climb bringing his full orchestra andthe ji
performances at Miami's Dade Raselets with him aboard. Hearing iil..
County Auditorium this Friday, Charles in recent years has He'll operate the radio himself on Foreign
Nov. 20 at 7:15: and 9:30: p.m. become one of the great influences while his two pilots handle the
Charles I in popular music and ship. It Isn't known yet where ,I..
Hay will be
nized instantly by jazz fans recog-as certainly troversial one figures if Its His most emot-con- he'll stop In Miami. Farm Labor 9 Here Dec. 2

the man who first hit the big ional singing combining the Tickets are available for the
time on the ABC-Paramount two Ray Charles concerts Fri-
sadness of the blues and the
label with his 1 recording o f extrovert gaiety of (gospel day night not only at 1)> ade Secretary of Labor W. WJ1- Shcrau' Dallas Hotel In Dal-
I "Hallelujah, I Love Iter So." I music, his personal way of expressing County Auditorium, but a t lard Wlrtz announced today las, Texas, anti on Dec. 7 at the
Then, at regular Intervals, he ; himself has won him North s Travel Bureau 1104 that a public hearing will Uu California State Building In
scored with disc hits like "I a fanatically enthusiastic fol- N W. 3rd Ave held In Miami on December 2 San Francisco Cal.
I I I to consider the criteria for the
-- I All interested! Invited
employment of foreign agricultural parties ore -
workers in the United to ,present their view,
States The Miami meeting is either orally or In writing, to
scheduled for 10 a.m :at the Hay the hearing examiner on suchi.
Front City Auditorium matters as \vago-i. housing! in-. .
Durance; transportation ex-
Prior to the Miami meeting, IKMITS: :and other terms and: ,
Hcarini!? Kxamlnor l: Clifford 1*. conditions. of employment I
f Grant will hold a hearing on \' 'MOM t views should he u.itil-.
Nov. 30 In tho U. S, Labor Department ed to Chiof Hearing! Examiner,

} auditorium in WashIngton Office of the Solicitor U S. Deixirtmini -

k A 1). C. Other sessions : of Labor, Washington
will l IHJ held on Dec. .i 1 \\t the 1 D, C

1 II .
; : I

Miami CORE ;

(Congress of Racial Equality) "

e '
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Night Of Stars rY.



: k : Jazz Singers, The Marvels, Dizzy Jones and

Band, L.C.. Cook, Willie Meanie Max, The Bill
M I Peoples Trio, Frank DuBoise and Chicken Scratchers l

rr as Esther Sutherland (biggest thing in show business), .,'

Charlie Austin and!) Medina and Band, Little Jimmie J

Griffin, Benny Lattimore and Band, Sam and Dave, t
: Sam 'Early and Sweet Daddy, Rcatha Reese, Freddie .
Scott and His Cousin. t
Uacle Auditorium Miami Fri Nov. 20
County ,
Monday, November 23 9:30 until?
Sll)\n"l" 1t: llllli tlU:: 1'.", ,

PRICES 7:14 Show Orch. and Mezz. $4.50, $3.50 At the Sir John Knight Beat w

Bale. $2.50 9:30 Show Orch. and Mezz. $, 4; Balc $3 Donation: Advance $1.25 Door $1.50

TICKETS ON HAL1C: lit Xorth'N Travel HIIIIMII, IJOI NW :3r l Avc., Sun-
1'kkc'tH inlay IIP jnnrfiascri nl: Lib elf)' J A .) Drug, JlrowtiNJllr -
V+hirvc Tours, 103nl Ht, und Xorlliaidn Shopping (Ynlors, Miami Beach '
\ .Vi'Jil'H SIIIMT Market; Downtown, Sir/ Jolin Knight
I llndlo Co., Hook Hoi-i/oiiM: und Record liar, ('. tuhti'H.' Dado Auditorium, llwit (Woo ..Mix. "M") N21
Phone III ft-9230.:

that white Americans: were The Mary Lee
special; creatures of God, and I /
PHIL OSSOFER that the Scriptures were writ- r Agency
ten for them alone. Let's remember I
SAYS : the Scriptures were 751.5211 751.8112
revealed long before America r 1Ia
12391 NE 6th Ave.DnmeMlrN :
... existed nnd that all Americansstem
-- -
from foreign forebears! (Now A.lllrf')
As I view world conditions, for home of
and realize that we are on the Voltaire said, "lie who seeks I distinction.' No rrgi*trillion' fee
brink of disaster, I meditateon truth should be of no country" Cooks, housekeepers, inn hi nbntlern
the actions needed to changethe Thomas Paine wrote, "T h. e chauffeurs, housemen"'
course of human events to world is my country, all man- and couples
a loftier goal universal kind are my brethren, and todo Indf 'ttI
peace without which our good Is my religion. If we _
world can continue to exist truly seek (.rod'stI's, we must REV. LAURA
much longer. love the world as Jesus taughtus
to do. Spiritualist, Reader and !
What In human
one change 111111. I/M, 1 ys
thinking can alter our course? As we learn to think and act Advisor
The answer, as I see It (andas universally, we will recognizethat Mealing and blessings toCod'
many have already acknowl- similarity of all the people
edged), Is to begin thinking on of the world, enabling us also Powers
a universal scale. Our minds, to accept those of our own land,
generally speaking, are focused who are now denied equality. One visit will convince you
on local and national scopes, 'hat Rev. Laura will help "!

overlooking the existence the of Importance a great num-of EVERY NITE! you through her power of I 1: :

ber of human beings, who like TIi.? Hammond Organ IN b.uk- blessings.
ourselves, were created in the Every: nlto at tin Satellite DONATIONS ONLY
image of God. Lounge, FIIKDDIH GRANT enertalni -
( on flip Hammond Organ. UN 6.5882
This attitude creates suspicion
Never admission.SATELLITE .
and fear o/ those out- nn 612 71st Street
side our borders (and some LOUNGE
Miami Beach
,within, too,) marking them as 6222 N.W. 7th Avenue
Take L bus
being different and inferior to
ourselves.! One would suppose "Out of Thli'!! World"

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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1964n. ,...... I Mt. Hermon's Woman's Day A SuccessLast

Sunday was a good day make the program a success
for the women of Mt. Hermonas Mrs. Mary Parker, chairman
received a bouquet of red
their 7th
they terminated roses' for having raised the
S annual Woman's Day program. largest amount of money and

All hearts were filled with Miss Shirley Moore, cochairman -
joy. The morning service, including received a mixed bouquet
R. 8IGISMUND REEVKtt, Editor and PabM.her Sunday School, startedoff for her efforts.
GARTH C. REEVES. Managing Editor with a big bang. The women Wie! are now making prepa-
took over the Sunday School rations for the
Member of the National Nenpp Pmbltoher ANOdaU.SUnsCRIPTION and then progressed to the the annual confeence entertaining, and our of
morning ser-
highly pastor, Rev. Gay was
RATIOS vice. Mrs. Albert Caldwell delivered most
OBE YEAR $L00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $.... an inspirational messageon jubilant because of the successof
the theme, "The Role of the Woman's Day. He gave
Batered M Second ClaM Matter, August 9, 1W5T at the Port Ottltr Women In Today's Society. high praises to both the chair-
at Miami, Florida, under the a at of March S, 187 a man and co-chairman for hav-
The 3 p.m. service was tak- ing done a wonderful Job. The
Downtown Office) : 111* N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone PR S-ttM en care of by the Rev. Green I annual conference will begin at
Main Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX l- 4.J1 and congregation of Mt. ZIon I our church Dec. 9 with our
AME of Opa-locka. The Holy new prelate In charge. The Rt
"CREDO OP TUB NEGRO PRESS Spirit wa's really' with us. Rev. E. C. Hatcher. It Is our
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can beet lead tar goal at Mt. Hermon to super-
world from racial and national antagonism when It accord to Mrs, Thelma :Morrow Raginof The evening service was very coed l all previous conferencesheld
every men regardless! or race creed or color his human ana Summerton, South Carolina, Interesting because there wasa In the great old south
legal rights. Hating no man. fearing no man-the Negro Press will arrive dn Miami on Sunday, panel discussion on the theme.,
strive to help every man In the firm belief that aU men an November 22nd for a week's Mrs Albertha Carrol had a
fart .* long as anyone is held back. stay at the Hampton HouseMotel very Interesting discussion.The Memories of JFK
and Villas. day ended with the announcement -
Mrs. Ragin is the recipient ofa ) of the financial
DO Open Hendrik
door prize vacation won at aspect of the day, $3,501,28 was J.
the 10G4 Palmetto Education the magic number. Berns, will present "Memories
The following editorial is from the magazine, The of JFK" Sunday evening from
Association Convention held
Brown Texan, of Fort Worth, Texas, for October, Adelle last! March in Columbia, South The women of Mt. Hermon 7 to 9. Special guests will be
Jackson, executive editor-publisher. Carolina would like to take this oppor- Gabriel Heater and Hollywood
at Scott'sBranch : tunity to thank all who helped writer-producer Sid Kuller.
election is think it's timely
Although over, we High School in Summerton I
and worthwhile of reproducing: and active in various r

"For more than 100 years the Negro lived as a sec community organizations, she
Is the mother of two William '
boys, -
in the United States. Now with
ond class citizen passageof Mitchell Ragin, Jr., 17 a 'I
the civil rights bill, he has a chance for the first timeto freshman at Virginia State Col-
become a first class citizen. lege, Norfolk Division, and

But the bill only grants him his rights, it doesn't Brian Kelvin Ragin, age 3.

force him to use those rights.

Wouldn't' it be a shame if, with all the work and Club MeetingThe

sweat that went' into obtaining passage of the "Negro regular meeting of the. a

Bill of Rights," it all went for naught? It could you Phi Beta Beta Tau Sorority Zeta Chapter will be of Zeta held I'

know. Saturday, November 21, 19G4 at
Apathy on the part of voters could erase most of the home of Mrs. Verneka J.1
the gains it took a century to gain. The man who's too Dames. The address is 1419 NW
55th Terr. Time: 7:30: All
lazy to vote on election days, the man who is "too busy"to Soiors are asked to be p.m.present.
take part in civic affairs. These people could nullify Mrs. Juanita Pinckney, Das. Ri4b\

most of the good done thus far.. ..,
--" Bennie O'lleny I is; shown I At left Is second prize win-
Such persons would be playing right into the handsof I', resenting prizes to the Ome- ner, Janice Ryles of North
the white supremacists. They could then say : "I told ,.{ 'l, ga Talent Hunt winners for Dade High who did a mono-
you so. The majoriy of Negroes really didn't want civil u' i 004. The finals were held on logue from "Medea." Center Is
rights at all. Just a few agitators." Sunday: during the fraternity's first prize winner, soprano
', Achievement Week Program at Leddle Hammock from Wash-
Don't let this happen. On election day' vote. When l\ft. Sinai Baptist Church ington High. Haley photo.
called to take in local r __
upon part government projects -

accept gladly. When asked, to participate in civic affairs 14. ..,-:-.... I
do so willingly.We ,,

all can remember how things used to be, how p _
we might have to travel all day without finding a res- 4

taurant we could eat in, how we couldn't use a public

drinking fountain or rest room, how we had to sit on the ff

rear seats of buses. .. 1 If I i

All that's in the past now. We must make ourselves fl'. \ '" .
worthy of the gains we have made. '1'i: i ," ,, ?r
', '
{ '
Freedom on the shelf is no freedom
the story'of the' bear in the cage. For years the bear had ,"' ,, ': '<_ "
been in a six-foot cage. He'd pace' those feet then turn _{; I.-.. _........:J.._ '\,

around and walk back again. He did this every day for We the family, wish to send I
years. Finally they lifted the cage off him. He still paced Ret well wishes to; Mrs. Julia
'the six feet, back-ward and forward, all day long. He Mae Adams of 2462 N. W. 56th
St., who is 111 In Jackson Me-
had become a creature of habit. morial Hospital. Mrs. Adams Is
a member o f Antioch
Let's don't be like the bear. This is a fastchangingworld Church. Rapt

we live in. We've got to change with' it or get left
behind. If we get left behind then we're no better off
'than we were to start with. OLD MOTHER PATRICIA KING"I

Don't be a bear. Be a responsible citizen. Y: u've got
the chance now. Use it. HUBBARD WENTTo am presently enrolled at the Miami Business College -

and am taking the
The CUPBOARDand secretarialbookkeepingcourse.

This will
pre are m.e for
found it bare. Rut why? high
Nagging backache could have paying job opportunities in business and civil
been the cause. It Is hard to ser
work when pain of backache Is vice. Why don't you call or lend! for information
L severe and constant. When kid-
:i' neys aren't functioning properly today?"
poisons accumulate In the
system. Flush out these poisons
with famous "7-20" formula Miami Business
and feel "like a million" again College
"7-20" Is a mild, effective diu-
retic to the kidneys and bladder.It .
Is compounded like a doc- 111 So.
tors prescription to give fast Miami AvenuePhone
relief. Get a bottle of amazing;
"7-20" today and start back on
the road to good health. Always 377-0294
sold on a money-back guarantee. -
Please send full
I A product of McPhail Lab inforrmation abdut your courses:
_w oratories. In liquid or tablets.IIARLKM .

DRUGS NAME .........................., .".....................................................
2A< 1400 NW 3rd Ave. l

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,guild Urban members League staff preparing and wan Jr., Mrs. Eugenia Mitchell, 1410 N.-11-W. 02ml. Street CiTY TELEPHONE ..........._...........
Mrs. Muriel Vaughans, Mrs.
for EOD
groundwork Dinner,
Alice Thompson Miss Anabelle TROPICAL PHARMACY I am Intmted in (
;Nov. 21.Seated ) Day ( ) Night, Clasee
?- from Jeft to right; Campbell Talmadge Fair, Mrs. 3200 Grand Av*.
Miss Betty Moss, Frank Co- Willie Williams. .... INDP




anniversary of his death THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA.

\ Nov. 22 of Miss Lillian Adams, I
10CO Queen of Miami North-
t western High and Edward
ti Bridges at the Church of the ill
i Incarnation will be fashionedand
,,\ directed by Eneath Lu- Dfc Jay fiutferrez ), \
... ceals of Miami.
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GIRL SCOUT Leaders Thel- David Simmons on the blan- :MRS. EMMA: :McHRlDE WILLIAMS Ii
ma Williams Louise McQueen, ket of blue they are cuddlinga -, has some nifty Christ,
I Clarice Littles, Magnolia Fields a \) I mas napkins with Christmas
and Mary Lou Nixon are enrolled Carols printed on them. She
in an Outdoor Leadership AH THANKSGIVING 10C>t and Mrs. Ida Wright are sell- I
I Training course at Camp approaches let us express our ing them In behalf Woman's
b Jtahachee' and Camp Choee true gratitude to our Father Day at St. James Sunday.
iowlette. and make Thursrday a day of There are 30 in a pack for 52c.
rededlcatlon. We, the people of Interested? Dial OX 1-4503. JOBS OPENMen
ATTENDING the Social this nation, are blessed. May
Studies Clinic at the OutriggerInn gratitude, a rare virtue, )Ue a
In St. Pete last weekendwere part of your observance.HAPPY women, all ages. Train for steady good! paying
Eddie Stevens, James NOW! is the Time to Sell
Hawkins, Catherine Mapp De- EMMA IXU WARDifo of
Mable That Home.. Use a Times' Work\ .. cashiers sealers stockmen salesclerks I
merritte and Barlow. the late Shaddle Ward) placeda ,
Theme for the meeting was
floral wreath on his
"Improving Geographic Edu- Classified! Ad J managers, receptionistsEASY
In of the 2nd
cation." Tuesday memory i

(Johnnie Red) Is confined to i Slum Landlords Lose Plea
Christian Hospital. Johnnie'ssister CALL FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION
Frances McKlnney, an
anesthetist, planed in fro in Metro Ok's $25 Millon
Chicago to be at his bedside.CONGRATULATIONS Phone 371-7800

to my
boss, Garth C. Reeves who was Low Rent Visit our school Day and evening classes
honored on Sunday by the
Omega fraternity as "Citizen of -
the Year." by slum area land director, slid his agency had I BUSINESS TRAINING SCHOOL
THIS IS NATIONAL Diabetes lords were rejected by Metro over 2,000 applications for low
Commissioners Tuesday and rental units now. And Metro
Week.reminds Community us that DrugStore you the Miami Housing Authoritywas Commission Harold Greene 14 South East 1st St. (upstairs)
given approval to proceed said a survey showed there
take tests
may at any drug with planning for $25 million are 21,000) substandard housing
store which is a member of the (Hark of Ilunllnc.*)
in low rent housing. units In the City of Miami
Southeast Florida Pharmaceutical alone
Association. Take advantage The action will permit the
my friend. Housing, Authority to get fed- Arthur Green, another Free ,
cA'Alb dTC 'C2 J'A C2,7 C"'cr cc''ci'" Cd P
TilE PASTOR'S AID CLUBof eral aid on about 2,100 new Enterprise Association spokesman 9
New Mount Morlah Baptist units if the City of Miami said that If the need exists -
Church is sponsoring its' Fall Commission. gives a similar endorsement private enterprise shouldbe SIR JOHN HOTEL

Fashion Sip on Sunday after- given a chance to fill It, a a
noon, Nov. 22 4-6 o'clock at Spokesmen for the Free This Is possible under
the home of Rev and Mrs. Enterprise Association, whose new
A. L. Shlpp. Mrs. Mary Souteris members are owners of some type of low Interest rate, gov-
president. Lester Albert will 0,000 rental units in the down- ernment IMckctl mortgage, he KNIGHT BEATPROUDLY 1 1Q
he the guest speaker town Negro district asked the said. 1
:Metro Commission to delay
GRHATKR MIAMI Chapterof Green charged that If Metro I
Links, Inc. celebrated their action until it can muster evi- approved the MHA proposalIt
Founders Day on last Sunday dence that the new public would be "taking $18 million PRESENTS i
with a buffet for their Cuff housing units are not needed.
off the
tax roll.
Links (husUands: ) at the homeof a THIS ,WEEK
Links Corine Mumford and There are now some 3,000 "And don't let !Mr. Sofge tell
Maude Reid of Richmond vacancies, said Atty. George Nov. 20 21 '
Francis was you they make a contribution 22 Fri Sat. Sun.|
Heights. Sue
Okell, and the Housing Auth-
in lieu of
chairman of the affair Bernice taxes. Lust year you
Kemp, president of Links. ority is ready to build Oil new got $100,000 on property that "MR. PERSONALITY"
units and has 322 existing va- Q Zl
would be
taxed: $;00,000 if
to VictorIa -
HINCEKE Sympathy canvles.
Simpson In the loss of privately owned You got
her uncle. Victoria attendedthe Haley Sofge, MBA executive shortchanged," he said.
services in Fernandina.
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MAUDtt KEID is back froma
snpervisors conference in "
Clearwater, Fla. WIGS J 19 PIECE
I L! y Y
HOPE)' this time you have !: C
made your contribution to the SALES RENTALS SERVICE J ; <

United Fund. The goal of ap- Rent a Wig I
oioximately $3,300,000 sounds BAND
like a lot of money, but remember 3 days or more \
there are about 40 different As little as $5.00 I' Iv ,
f agencies being serviced. Kimberly's Q 1
;\iarlan Shannon made a beau- AND
tiful plea to members of the Beauty Salon

teaching profession over chan- 4310 NW 7th Avenue
nel 2. Do your part to help I
our community, it's not too i Phone 757.9254 754.3028 I-

late to give. _i SHOWLloyd
THE CHEATER; ; :\ ,\) Ur-
ban League's Equal Opportunity Take the little lady out to dinner She deserve itSpecial % ;
Day Dinner is scheduled for
the Everglades Room, 244 Biscayne -
Boulevard on Nov. 21 at

030: p.m. g HOUSE

,MAE T. MULDROW. attrac- ClubF
tive beautician of La Vogue 1"1"" .

and Beauty Ruth Center Little In of Newark East Orange, N.J., .... ... .... ...- -.... -. .' ...-. ... -,--.. 'iIIo'. 9 Price

N. J. are visiting in our city,'
.Mae and Ruth are guests at Thanksgiving Day
,the Hampton House.

leen D. Collins, Ernest John- Family DinnerFREE
fcon Nov. 21; Dorothy S. Sawyer -
22; Lugusta T. Colston, Next WeekTHE
Lawrence Bethel, Alan Craig INDIVIDUAL CAKES AND PIES TO r
Mlngo: 23: ; David W. SimmonsSr. FAMILIES OF FOUR OR MORE
21; Keith W. Braynon, An- Children's dinners '% price ,when accompanied by FABULOUS a aI
nie :M. R. Dorsett, 25; Cornelius adultsComplete
Handfleld, Dorothy W. Ad- two
side, Beatrice M. Chiam, 26; Dinners
and on Nov. 27, Henrietta Tossed Chef Salad 1
Florida Fruit Cup Q
shear.Sweeting and Geneva M. Black- French Dressing Jimmy Smith l

Choice of Roast Vermont Turkey Cranberry Sauce I
ELLA :MONCUR pent a few Cornbread'' Dressing I
in St. Petersburg last
week.days Baked Virginia Ham Pineapple Glaze ORGAN TRIO ,

Sliced London Broil Beefsteak Mushroom Sauce \
IlAIPOKJi'i mother -
,ROLAND Mrs. Thelma Johnson of Candied Sweet Potatoes June Peas Hot Rolls and I "THE CAT"

Washington is in the city visiting Butter Dessert Coffee Tea Milk I
with Roland and Margaree. Fruit Punch "Walk on The Wild Side"I'

\RONALD THOMPSON of Price: $1.95 plus tax 6
Nassau spent a fortnight visiting Call Catering Dept. & make reservation NE 3-0611 I IN MIAMI ,
CONGRATULATIONS to t h e .....e..tt>> u c".o'a' J

.1 I Ia12


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27th Ave. at 54th St.

NEVER|CLOSED ,- HOLIDAY SPECIALS Good Thru-Sot. Nov. 21st at WeHer's AG Onl
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'' : '''; : : 0- 1IIil. '
-" "

Mullet t'1.F''i''s h lb 190 I IBeel Liver Ib 250


Fryers lb 27 Hams 5 Ibs $3.49


Hen Turkeys Ib 39c SausageF 2 bs 690

-3 LB. CAN
Chops Ib 35 Baue-riie or JswelSugar

_. -a. .
!'& :
Farm House peach,cherry,apple SUNSHINE SWEET Lemons doz
Fruit Pies each 291 s u bag 29 29\
.Carrots 2 pks 1 I
(With $5.00 Order or More) --
Booth 10 oz. pkg. Rome or York Poly Bag
Breaded Shrimp 591 SHUR FINE-Plain or Self Rising Apples 4 Ibs 4

Flour 5 Ib bag 3 9 NEW CROP Of NUTS

your Convenience
DAIRY 3 Our Services Include
Philadelphia -8 oz. pkg. Peaches 3 for 79t ft Payroll Check
Cream Cheese 2 for 491 Cashing
SHUR FINE 300 Size Can ft Money Orders
Sauce 3 I for 490' Key Making
Pillsbury-Sweet or Buttermilk Cranberry Receiving Payments
Biscuits 3 for 25C of Light Bills.
-''--i-i--* -!--*--*---

.1., .
STOKELY-303 Can STOKELY 14 Ounce Can
Fruit Cocktail 2 for 39* Catsup 3 for 49c

Corn 3 for 49* INSTANT-10 Ounce Jar

STOKELY. -303 Can Folgers Coffee $1.29

i CutGreenBeans 3 for 49c

Shop here early for your holiday needs. We
STOKELY-303 Can have a complete line of items to make your
Ii Sweet Peas 2 for 390 holiday pleasant and fruitful.FOOD .

: r.!.._' -',-. .-. '- "Classic Flowers" is Richards Given -* THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA.
$' '. ,,; H' .:.. :,
i. "..t'f'' ; I Sport Classic i Surprise Party rj r
i A surprise party was given j
1. ,(?i' In honor of >lr. George Richards j jgf
Theme I at the home of Charles
?? I and Evelyn Knowles on Mon- "
i 1 day night. Honoring him were "
Mr. and Mrs. Ashe, Mr. and
1-.\ Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Rebecca Wal- I IC
lace, Mrs. Abase Pinder, Mr.J. .
+t Dames, Mr. and Mrs. Dor- ,I
A sett, Mr. A. Coakley, Mr and :
Mrs. Parrlsh. Which
Mrs Viola Todd of Nassau, :
sister of Mrs. Knowles, gave
him the surprise of his life as ,
she bather him In flood-lights \, greeting
.MT s lIe was speechless Other

Miss guests Jackson were Mrs.and Washington her escort,, ;";1 is older. the first

Mrs. Doris McGregor, Mr. and !
1 Mrs Davis, Mr. and Mrs J. I

(\<; ,' Butler.Stirrup, Mrs Sims and Mr. 0. t;:, Christmas Card I If

Smiling Eddie Lee Plltman, \ :Mr. Richards, brother of Mr. (
popular local businessman Is 1\ Knowles, takes this method of f c : orGordon's I Ij
the new owner of The Drive- thanking all for their precious t.
Inn Bar, 1772 N. W. 70th St. time and beautiful gifts. I j i
Ph. 691-9431, He Invites all his Gin?
old friends to come and meet PreThanksgivingBenefit
new friends. Everyone welcome -,
WILLIAM: J. STIRRUP Ball i'4'i1'q"J ; O:

j .',nadoIal'hol: ", Don't miss! The Opa-Locka ; '
Insurance ''Men MeetIn Civic Club's ninth annual Pro- f
"Parade of Mowers," theme Thanksgiving Benefit Ball .Tl' before Mr.J.C.Horsley designed! /-- t
for this year's gala Orange Wednesday: Novpinlf 25. lOGoS f} y
MemphisSixty Blossom Classic, Is In the air. nt the Sir John Knight Beat. j ; :;; ; ,

home office officials of There floats The latest In fashions and ( :
are numerous 'd i
hair :
styles will be featured.For .
life Insurance :
Negro managed bands and marching units. More '
your : pleasure t
will examine com- solicited.
companies are being
Freddie Scott; and his Cousins }I
mon problems of cost control, for ... ...
formula doesn't t
and investmentIn Let's make this the greatest For Advance Tickets and C I one : .Cii1\
date a two-day processing meeting In Mem- parade In memory of Elliott J. Table Reservations call GR-l l0D5 tamper; with a Good thing .::. ).:. I l

phis, Nov. 20-21. Pleze. Contact William Stirrup, 1: ..especially when it is the "' DISl ill.ED t r.
parade marshal on or before ,
The studies will be under- Nov. 2G.Parade. NOW! is the Time to Sell eti biggest seller in England: lON OtlVRY /

taken against ,the backgroundof : +4 America, the world This :t inlrupnu GIN fn,. ..
a changing Industry, according route: The parade, That Home.. Use a Times' Y: rrmimn.+ :;: 'i.1\' fl. ,
to L. R. Taylor, vice presi- Saturday, Dec. 5 will Itegln) at CII"Aified Adi? C j year send cards, serve andGinGorclons r < ;"'i 1 ;p.
dent of the National Insurance 12:30: p.m. It will start at 17th n'i give London" 1Jr; (
Association and actuary of St. and 3rd Ave. South on 3rd < \ ,.M.,...,.. ... ..... ,l') :
Mammoth Life and Accident Ave. to 6th St. East on Gth St. Dry ,
Insurance Co., In Louisville, Ky. to 2nd Ave., north on 2nd Ave. EVERY NITE d 'I m
to 11th St. north on 1st placeto &
A program of technical presentations 18th St. (Phyllis Wheatley The Ilniutnond Organ .IH" hack ,"' I PRODUCT OF U.S.A.OISTlllD[ LONDON DRY GIN 100X NtUlRAL SPIRITS : J
speeches and work- Elementary School. Every' nltcat the HattclioLOIIIIKC. { OlSNUtO( (ROM UMN.90 PROOF( CORDONS DRY GIN CO..UD... LINCIN N J. ".", '
FHUimiE GRANT en- ..... ..... "' I
shops has been developed by The downtown} .. f. ''J1" :")
parade will 'frrtnlns on tho Hammond Or- ,' -.-- 'i.... ..rr "" )
Maceo A. Sloan, CLU, vice presIdent be Friday, Dec 4 at 12:30: p.m. gi. Never nn ndmisMlon.SATELLITE ( : ""' ?:'t t
of North. Carolina Mutual V'.f.. ;L :; tI
Life Insurance Co., Durham, LOUNGE
N.C. program chairman of the Club News 1
Home Office Section of NIA. 6222 N.W. 7th Avenue I
Taylor Is general chairman of Friendship Charity and SocIal ."
"Out of ThlH'ol'e.
the Section which will be hold- I ) Club had its First Annual Best Method to SellA/ classified ad!
Fall Tea at the home of Mr.
ing its first Mid-Year meeting ,
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as a-unit, within the association. and Mrs. II. C. Coleman. A j JCJI.II.II .II..II J1'JI4 .a.J1'.1r..IT.K..IT..IT.JT..IT..IT..lJ'.II".JT..JT..JT.Jr.: : T.IT.JTJT..IT..IT..ITJT.JT..IT: 1IJT..JTJ1'.JT..JTJ..JT.JT.I'.lr: : :
large attendance witnessed the
All sessions will 'be In the affair. Refreshments were enJoyed I
Lorraine Motel In Memphis. bv all. "WHY--I DIDN'T KNOWI

The National Insurance As- Mrs. Verdell tex, president
sociation includes the '46 ma- Mrs. Frankle Dunn, reporter

jor,the Negro country.managed It was companiesIn founded Club NewsThe COULD FINANCE THAT

in 1922 to aid these oompanles
and to promote life Insur- Loyal 59ers will meet
ance ownership. This year it Sunday November 22. 4 p.m.
added a Home Office Section at the Wisteria Hotel 227 N. W. AT LINCOLN NATIONAL!"
meeting to its annual spring nth) St. at the home of Mrs
Agency Officers meeting and Lowery Moon. All 1 memlfcra
summer training Institute and are asked to please be preseent
convention. Business of Importance.. Mrs
Florence Allen I Is feeing better We hear this comment often that
to wo are
Dobbs Donates from her accident
Mrs. Marie Hoyd cs. pres., listing here a number of the things you can
Turkey Day Mrs. Cora, sec'y., Mrs.
Alice Jon buy with a loan from Lincoln National. Browse
Classic TrophyDavid I here for the things you need money for
H: Dobbs, who, duringhis
prlnclpalshlp at Dorsey THIS IS THENUMBER
High School suggested the idea Cars, new and used Paint your home
of a Turkey Day Classic football
game, has donated a large Furniture and rugs Fix the roof
floating trophy which depictsthe
following basic fundamentals 692-1262 Refrigerator or stove Add a room or porch

of football the kicker, Washing machine Modernize the kitchen
the runner, the passer.
TO CALL TV off old bills
The first classic game W a splayed set Pay

and Booker between T. Washington Dorsey High in FOR YOUR Boat Expand your businessIf

November, 1940. The games
were then played in succession CHOIRROBES you don't see what you need In this list, come In
each Thanksgiving terminatingIn
1051. In November, 1955 the and talk to us about It. Ifs an Important part of
contest then shifted to Miami our business to lend money-and we WANT to do t
and Booker T.
business with YOU.
Washington.The or write

begin trophy with the competition 1904 Turkey will LUCKIE'S: TAILOR SHOP AND REMEMBER-a bank loan, with its low Interestrate

Day Classic game, and must 6510 NW 18th Ave. is almost always the cheapest way to borrow
be won by a school for three Miami Fla. moneylLINCOLN
consecutive years In order to ,
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91tf N. W. 62 St.
PAGE 8 SATURDAY NOVEMBER: 21, 1964 Convention Rev William H. WashingtonTe
Washington, D. C. The young people of our
National Council of Negro Wo- church have been enthusiasti-
men's Convention, which was cally trying to raise money to
Church of God In Christ attended. by more than 200 women purchase hymnltooks for the Drive in Theatre
from all sections of the Junior Choir Last week end
United States, came to a close they sponsored a special barbe- Completely Integrated
Plans Convocation Sunday at the Sheraton Park cue sale at the church toward Tonight Thru Wed.
Hotel In Washington, D. C. this end. They were indeed ACADEMY AWARD
Delegates to the Council's 29th proud for their effort for they WINNER
All plans have been completed Consecration of Fasting and I Annual Convention departed made a goodly amount of mon-
for the Holy Convocation I Prayer, beginning Sunday, Nov. feeling that they had attendedthe ey to pay for the hymnbooks in "BEST ACTOR"
of the Church of God in 22nd to Tuesday, November 24. most successful meeting in a shorter amount of time
Christ, which will convene Jn The purpose of this consecra- NCNiWfs istory. During: the than expected. Praise the Lord!
Memphis Tenn., November 25 tion Is to beseech the Lord final Board meeting, Dr. Arenia We are thankful to those who I.SidneyPoitierl
thru December 11th at Mason for His help and guidance for Mallory, Labor), Department patronized and ''helped the
Temple, on Mason Street, whichwas I the National Convocation, and and Mrs. Ossle W. Mitchell young people along.
named for our late Founder for the Nation and the Worldat National president, Iota Ph{ The young people are espec-
Bishop Charles H Mason. Large. Lambda Sorority were electedto ially thankful to Mrs. Willie
Senior Bishop O. T. Jones, pre- the office of Vice Presidents Mae Ceasor and husband for !
siding, assisted by Bishop A. B. The high light of the meet- The Convention's theme was donating the ribs. Mrs. Ceasar, "
McEwen, Chairman of the Executive Ing will be the consecration of "The Challenge of Poverty" a who plays for our Junior Choir,
Board. Mrs. Annie L. Bailey who has subpect which Inspired a great is former owner of Ceasar's
been appointed to succeed the speech by Lady Jackson, Lon- University of Cosmetology and
Senior Bishop O. T. Jones late Mother Lilian B. Coffey, don, England. now is owner of Ceasar's Beauty -
has requested all members of ', and Dr. O. T. Jones, Jr., presi- To Economist Barbara Ward, Celebrity Lounge. May God
the Church to go into Special I'! dent of the Youth Congress. one of the most exciting things bless Mrs. Ceasar for this act xo-
of Christian
generosity. Again,
-- in the worldwide war on poverty
weare thankful t Deacon
is that we live in an era o \ SAGA
ML: Tabor's 12-In- ROYAL ASSEMBLYChurch of abundance and have the Clyde Perkins for cooking the 01'
ribs in his special
very manner
of The Living God
means to fight poverty, and to the mother of the choir '
One-Rally Nets Elder R. H. Faison, pastorL. told the National Council of THE' '
W Williams and chaperon for baking their
$3,842.34 2082 Washington Ave. I Negro Women, Saturday dur- unusual but delicious pies. I "YlKINQ
ing the "International
Opa-locka I Young People's Choir ADVENTURERS
To the many visitors and Please plan to attend one of I Louncheon. ,has certainly been making Jiving .
friends of Mt. Tallor Baptist our nightly meetings, :Monday MWe have to Inject in the proof of their musical min- THU
Church you may not have got- night Spiritual Meeting Rev.I poor both self-respect and the istry. Just last week they appeared -
ten the real meaning of the Ethel Tiggs in charge. Tuesday ability to help themselves. The with their pastor at the
Twelve-In-One-Rally. On Sun- night Prayer meetlg, Friday poor want jobs, they do not Mt. Hermon A. M. E. Churchof 1811:11lIf\\
day, November 8 the drive terminated night The Flying Eagles, Silver want 'handouts," she said. Opa-Locka in a benefit program -
The aim of $5,820 was Stars and Gospel Trains. Dorothy I. Height, National toward Its Woman's Day.
missed by four months pay- Saturday night Rev. A. Mozellof President, NCNW, said, "Wo- The week before this up and
ment. Nevertheless, on Monday Radio Station WAME and men are determlnded to help blooming group of spiritual
Nov. J 0 a check for the raised pastor of Trinity Temple of end lingering poverty, and we singers appeared with their
amount was rushed off to the Faith along with Brother and know the first step is to be pastor at the Christian Baptist : \
banlk for eight months pay- Sister Wright, Sunday night permanently registered and Church at a Homecoming It
ment on the church. Deacon The Flying Clouds and ready to vote." was here that they sung until
Heard, general chairman of the others. The }public is invite It seemed that the angels of
drive anticipates the comple- Other activity during the the Lord had come down!
tion of the 12 months by the FISH FRY Convention included the dedi- We at New Philadelphia are
end of the year. He also takes The American Legion and cation of "Bethune House," a very proud of our up and bios-'
this time to express his grati- the Socialites Club of Christ 44 unit low-cost apartment naming Junior Choir, and we
tude to all persons who helpedto Episcopal Church are having a named for Mary McLeod Be- congratulate them for their
make this day a success. Fish Fry, Nov. 21. Games will thune, founder of NCNW. The enthusiasm. Please; watch to see
The drive also ended with a be played. This will take placeat Council members heard speeches :, when the Junior Choir will
very fervent sermon delivered the home of Commander by Sam Yett, Executive Officer I sponsor its special dedication
by the Rev. Felder presidentof Baker, 3152 Margaret St., Coconut of the OEO Public Affairs program for the new hymn-
the State Sunday: School Grove. Division, Alice Dunnigan Ed- Hooks. Various Junior Chiors of
and BTU Congress. From this ucation Consultant of the the city will be appearing. Re-
text: "Then Amnon hated her sident's Committee o n pre-\\ member, vou are always wel-
Opportunity, Dr. Jeanne come to the church of Brother
exceedingly, so that the hatredwhe1'ewith
FOR BALK ..... ly Love.
former Director of the Distaff to-hit at 9:30umu
he hated her was
I HAVE brand new"2-bedroom> I f
Division of the President's Poverty -
greater than the love wherewith tt
homes with 2 Baths Only $495
Program and Associate |
he had loved her.
Call$94 per month. Interested Professor at New York University House For Rent
? JE
The morning sermon was delivered Center for Human Relations -
by the pastor, the Male and at the Convention CBS Jalousies
Chorus of Mt. Tabor renderedthe Banquet held Saturday evening -
song services. The usher- SKIN DISEASESFREE Special Assistant to the Filtered Water
lag was given the Junior Ushers President for Consumer Affairs ]
also of Mt. Tabor. CONSULTATIONA Esther Peterson was guest ofj Solar System

Sunday the pastor and congregation new approach to treatmentand honor and speaker.The I
; was the guest at the medication based on epee delegates approved, dur-
58th anniversary of the First nlized blood and laboratory ing the weekend, a plan which
$20.00 Week
Church of Ft. Lauderdale
Baptist will send Its members into urban -
DR. H. HAAG slums and impoverished
PL 7-7234 rural areas to recruit tr.'itnees 2301 NW 56th Street rio atowwd.

for the Job Corps.
Ridgeway Church of God
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of Prophecy STOP! LOOK! LISTEN!
Bishop R. B. Davis pastor asP I
Elder H. L. Cox, reporter
Greetings from the Rldgeway Need A Car?
Church. The pastor and members n
are very happy with the n
cooperation given to use are
extending a warm' Invitation to n
you again to attend services Call Mr. Flowers? n
with us on Sunday. Come hear
our Pastor preach under the M
onnointlng of the Holy Ghost. n
Tell him the year and model and he will get you the '"' ; n
Sunday school begins at 10.00 n
a.m. Morning worship at 12 car. Below retail price. Cars up to $600. Nothing M
noon. You are also Invited to
''be with us at GOO: p.m. every down. Payment starts from $25 to $34 month L.rhL n
Sunday when our youmg' peo- M
ple will take over. Your presence Charles Flowers Manor Motors, Dealer n

Is always welcome. (#(., n n
445-2405 or 4484009SHE f\1: 11
'....R). j-
C. J. Burney, pastor
Mrs Claudia Wilson reporter From 710 W. 59th Street, Savannah Ga., is here in I
Another busy day was enjoyed i Miami '
a Spiritual Meeting
one only. [
throughout Sunday. We
are now looking= forward for Greatest ever known. Don't miss this meeting. Be

the coming events. On Sunday wise come early and Be
get \'a seat. one of the four
Nov. 22, the Business and pro- In area for the first time I You've heard about
and forty-four thousand
fesslonay Aux. will celebrate that John saw; to get blessed |
their anniversary time 3:30: her, you've read about her. Come see this spiritual happy, and helped. The public is invited! nationwide -
p.m. Everyone is invited. OnNov. gifted reader, Sis. Wichata. She has devoted her
24, the Missionary Society the principal speaker Rev. L. Ross Bishop of!
will sponsor a program called life to help those in need. Races from the four cor- the state of Georgia in the teaching and advising of]

The Pilgrim Travelers. After ners of the world have been helped by this {gifted Spiritual Science. I am looking for you. Subject!

Prayer meeting which will I Indian reader. For all of your problems consult her "Who is the Root Man?" Get this address now:
begin at 7:30: p.m.
On Ttoanksglvenlng morning today. All readings strictly confidential. Located! at Friday November 20, 6:30 p.m. until?

312 NE 29th St. corner of Biscayne Boulevard. Look
their will be preaching services, 816 N.W. 2nd!Avenue
sponsored by the Deaconess for her sign. Sis. Wichata Bible Reader in front of

board, the Young Matrons and her home. Telephone 3741660. You can contact REV. L. M. ROSS

the Y. W. A. Aux time 6 a.m.
Saturday and
Sunday November 21 and 22
' You are Invited to all of these ( tprice with this ad)

programs. Continue In prayers At 1060 NW 62nd St., Apt. 94


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County McGhaney SpeaksThe Loyal 59ers Meet '

Newsy Christian Service Prayer The Loyal 59ers of the Fla.
Fellowship resumed its Association of Woman's Clutfc,
111' R meeting of Bible Study Sunday Inc. will meet at the home of
0) Nov. 8 and will continue meet- Mrs. Louise( Moon, Sunday
r s Howe i Ings every Sunday 3 p.m. at Nov. 22.The .
2270 NW ,163rd St The public
;r ; address is 227 NW| Oth
Is always welcome at any of St. The president, Miss Marie
We are asking all men and our affairs. | hedge is asking all membersto
be present to make plans
women to worship with us
PZA a He that dwelleth In the
for the club's project and social
Sunday, Nov. 29 at Central
secret place of the most high
activities for the The
Baptist Church, 5000 SW 20thSt. season.
., W. Hollywood to help us shall abide under the shadow I meeting will begin at four
c observe our Men's Day. Morn- of the Almighty So we hope o'clock sharp. Mrs. Cora Rucker -

'lidI Ing service 11 a.m. Evening to see you soon. I hopel! i secretary; Mrs. Alice Jones,
j worship 7 o'clock. Rev. E. J. Thanking you kindly. I reporter t 4JLimt
k Clark Z. NewWold reporter "
I pastor; -
A } :
t *,.,.* E* ts.i."Li** "

The Star Light Lodge! No. Your Color Has Beauty.* \
5-12 will meet Nov. 20 at 8 p.m. # ,
at the Masonic Hall on Pem- .
Glamour Proves It!
broke Road. All members are
asked to be present. 'I

Thhee Carver Ranches Fire

,f ., ( :; Dept. meets Friday night of
each week now. Chief C. B.

\ { \Iiff :;.i"; i.,. .: ..',:p&, ''..'' Ulount The South reported.Broward VFW*

;':$.: ,: ;: Post 8195 will sponsor its Pre- GlAMOUR StUDIOSNATURAL
Thanksgiving Ball at the Paradise -
HAIR CARE THROUGH CHEMISTRY I Club Wednesday, Nov. 25, t
Three Chicagoland beauticians demonstrating the at 9:30 p.m. All neighboring posts
versatility of the latest lotion-type permanent chemical are Invited Music by the
Manhh with Roosevelt
hair relaxer. The hair of each has been relaxed perm I Parker on Boys the, guitar, Big Bill COLORSPECIALISTS

nently through the wonders of chemistry. on bass, James Brown, singer. *
Donation $125, tables free .
"Color at lUnck mid White Prices"
Best Method to Sell! Mrs Shirley Williams RIt-
In and Around The chie of 5430 SW 21st St. West J
Hollywood and Mrs, Arlene I
Bahamas Gallangher and Easter R. i I I
A classified ad! Rogers left for Nassau

", ..r- ..r- .. day, Nov. 17 Tues-I Employing the most advanced technique in the trade

Rudolph A. Darville and OsI FURNITURE GLAMOUR' revolutionize modern protography,' with
borne Demeritte were charged HIDING ITS BEAUTY! the most dramatic character studies'' imaginable.
in the Magistrate's Court on Pd WITHOUT ,
October 19 with armed robbery.. 4' { CUSTOM MADE Babies Weddings Clubs Parties Churches
Leslie Roberts, [
City Food Fair, Rosetta Street, PLASTIC FURNITURE Q
reported that he was carryinga '; SLIP COVERS 6215 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9-5431 tj
sack containing $5,740 from lllnck nml White nt your request

the supermarket Saturday nlte caYSTAL CHAR I s ? ,. ,. ,.,. ,. ,. ,.
Oct. 17, when the men held Hurl OAUGILONO *-' '- \
him up at gunpoint and snatched FIM RISISTANT LASTING: w ,-
the bag. The two men were '
arested the night of the rob- OUARANTIID ,""'
bery and arc being held. stunt Iw I/il lttStpiA
The body of Captain Walter SHIP MATIRIAISALUMINUM AND NoUp ,
Wilson of Ragged Island was flu ISTIMAtlS n rculxioNS 7
found on Crab Cay, east of zirriM SPECIALIZING
Georgetown, Exuma Oct. 24. AIR VINTIt IN PLASTIC CALL 6r
Along with I Frank Morley, rid riniNt SLIP COVERS DN16HTEXCLUSIVELY
Harold Smith and Harcourt C I.:
Smith Mortimer, he was returning -I fHONIWl 1
from a fishing trip at of Grctchcn 7-5096 '
Guana Cay, three days before House
when the small Uoat} capsized.The I J JI

others swam to land, but Formerly Gretchen-Nicholas Plastic Covers I
Wilson was missing.
George Tucker, G2, a nativeof _
Turks Island, died at his !!!! I
Terrific ]
residence on Balllou Hill Roadon Ford Realty Offerings 1r/;
October 18. He is survived t "
by his wife, Inez; a stepson, GOOD CREDIT i I- GOOD JOB SMALL DOWN
Basil ,.Ellis, a, sister, Mrs. Mildred -
..Brooktf. and two brothers, PAYMENT! !
John' and Leon Tucker.
James Rolle' was sentencedto PATRICK SHAW"I
death on Oct. 22, after a 20501 NW 34th Avenue 3-bedrooms, 1 bath,
Supreme Court Jury unani- I fencer' am a graduate of Northwestern High School
returned verdict of
mously for the murder of Isaac I 3511 NW 208th Terrace 3-bedroomst 2 baths the
guilty and am now preparing for a career at
Clinton July 0. Rolle allegedly MANY OTHERS TO PICK FROMo
stabbed GlInton with Nan ice Miami Business College. I am studying bookkeeping
pick after he was asked not, to
use obscene language on Gli>)- 7021 NW 6th Court 2-bedrooms, 2 baths NO so that I may enter Civil Service or gel a job in commerce
ton's property. QUALIFYING. $500 down $79 month0 ,
-- or industry. If you would'' like to prepare for a

Kappa Notes 3410 NW 12th Avenue: A beauty $500 down good paying job with pleasant working conditions,

call write for details .
of or
The last regular
of 417 NW 46th Street A beauty for $9500. Reasonable -
the Miami lumnl Chapter
Kappa Alpha Psi was held at down payment, easy monthly payments.Call I
the home of Bro. and Mrs. to see. Miami Business College i

Earl Counts in Coconut Grove. --/%-MM I

The business session was 554 NW 41st Street NO QUALIFYING. A clean
very good. We feel that the 3-bedroom, 2 ,bath home. $85 a month.0 lllSo. Miami AvenuePhone
Kappa Douse to be built on
FAMU Is good -
the campus of a
venture and each alumnus of 1631 NW 41st Street BRAND NEW 3-bedroom. 377-0294
FAMU should Join in to see t
that this project goes over. Please send information about your courses i
After the meeting all loined have hundreds of others from $100 ,down

Bro. Counts in a wonderful re- I am Intrrrntrd in ( ) Day ( ) Night CIamlirn. I

Remarks by Bro. James R. SATURDAY land SUNDAY, NAME ...-.-...-............-....-....._.-..-.....-..4.-__.'_
Chambers, now residing in MiamI -
were heard. He is now a
member of this chapter.We ADD RFM .............-.....-..-...............-_....._.............-.-.._.._
are looking forward to Ford Realty, Inc. [Broker

seeing all the brothers Nov. 28 635-4595 CITY ..?....................................._...... TELEPHONE ......___. '
at ,the home of Bro. and Mrs. 3639 NW 15th Avenue PA -.
Oscar Edwards;' 3200 NW 49th ia
St. at-8.p.m.

Retains Open Door PolicyThe -

first definite decision bya
white church in one of Mi-
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.. ami's changing areas to stay
and minister to the surrounding -
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER: 21 1964 territory has been made by

the Opa-locka Methodist

-....,. ._-.,...... .....,.....'. 0."f". Elementary School, local presi- And the decision seems des-
f .. .:'. '..)\!J dent of the WSCS, Conference tined to stabilize what may
W'-' .'''..1 secretary of Missionary Educa- well become Dade's first truly
"' tion. She is also very active in integrated residential section.
other community and civic The Rev. Oscar Margarian,
l1J2LV1iIJFWIM projects. Topic for the occa- confirmed Friday that the
sion will be, "Christian Womenin church's official board has tak-
a Changing: World." en a stand In keeping with the

1 There will be a very live and denomination's official policy
inspiring panel discussion on I of an open church door to any
the same topic. The service will person regardless of race or
climax] with the crowning of : other characteristics.He .
Mrs. Mt. Sinai for the year of estimated that better than
10G4 1965. 90 per cent of the BOO members
I of the 18-year-old church are
fully behind the decision. Theyare
Hacking the church's standto
the extent that they are not
moving out of the Opa-locka-
r. Carol City area although manyof
First Baptist Pastor's AnniversaryAt them are in blocks where

Christian Baptist Negroes recently purchased

: Commencing Monday, Nov ; S d : > homes.The Rev. Mr. Margarian said

Day 23, thru Sunday, Nov 29 we the church had to make up Its
will observe our pastor's anniversary VH mind to mixed
Sunday Nov. 22 the womenof serve a com-
the church, hands Monday, Nov. 23, | MRS. A. D. HALL munity or abandon Its $254,000
Join as $j
Christian Aid Church. ,
Baptist \
plant including a 420-seat
celebrate their annual
Woman's they Day. The morning Services by the pastor, Rev. Mrs. A. D. Hall r sanctuary and educational facilities -
and congregation, Tues- e
will be Mrs. J, A. Boy- Kelly 3 for 500 on a three-and-
speaker kin of New Jerusalem Baptist day, Nov. 24, musical program, Speaker At Mt. S 5fi a-toalf-acre tract behind the
I choral group and Herman W.\- ,'' Opa-locka City Hfall.
Church, Hollywood. The even- Thomas Gospel Chorus in Sinai, HallandaleWoman's }" .
The decision also dispelled
Ing speaker will be Mrs Mar- charge. Wednesday, Nov. 25, Day will be observed ..J. ..
a generally held belief that lower
Jorie Perkins of Greater Bethel ...'. ::1 +;,,
Tabernacle Baptist Church, at Mt. Sinai Methodist ,
income Integration
"j! "' '" groups fight -
Baptist Church of Opa-locka. pastor Rev. Melton and con- Church in Hallandale, Sunday, I ,;t .f' more than those in the
Rev W. J. Macon Is f',
pastor gregation;; Friday, Nov. 27, Nov. 22 The church is on the J f.., tSA. J higher brackets, the Rev. Mr.
Mrs. Annis McKey, chair- Jerusalem Baptist Church, corner of Pembroke Road and Margarian said, because the
,man and Mrs EDodia Preston, Pastor Rev. Green and congregation 1th Ave.. : fJ majority of membership In the

c<>-<1hairman, have planned a I ; Sunday, Nov. 29, Rockof "Women In, This Changing & :' .' Opa-locka church Is of the
wonderful day. The ladies of Ages Baptist Church, Pastor World" will be the theme of Y lower middle-Income group
Choir No. 1 and 2 will render Rev. King and congregation. the day. LAWRENCE THOMPSON which includes mechanics and
song services These services to begin at 8 Mrs. A. D. Hall, wife of the others working for the airlines.
p.m. each night. Everyone< is Rev. A. D. Hall, minister of Thompson is Advent The pastor pointed out that
The Ebenezer Baptist Churchof invited to attend. Ebenezer Methodist Church his church is cut off by the
Hallandale, Rev. O. W Fos- Rev. O. Williams is pastor will be the morning speaker. Speaker at airport and Miami-Dade Jun-
ter, pastor, will worship withus and Deacon Wm. Duncan, reporter She is a teacher at Douglas"Portraits" ior College on West and South
at 3 p.m I Christ ChurchChrist and by Biscayne College on the

Episcopal Church, Coconut north. And to the east, the Negroes -
Grove, at the 8 am. Com- from the Bunche Park
Is Feature of St. James munion services will honor area are beginning to spill over
I their men In the annual Men into formerly all-white resi-
and Boys Advent Corporate dential areas where there are
Communion on Sunday, Nov. 29. many vacancies.
AME; Church's Unique Woman's Day This service, which is always He hastened to explain that
held the first Sunday in Advent the vacancies are for economic

If the 17th Annual Woman'i It will something to keep, Christian Service." with Mrs. will be honored also by our reasons and not because of the
Day souvenir program of St. and will be a collector's item in Bessie Smith presiding and fellow Episcopal Churchmen race situation. He said that all
James AME Church is indica- years to come. Miss Sylvia Genwright as nar- throughout the nation. kinds of businesses in the area

tive of what to expect Sunday, I At 5 to G pm. there will bean I. rator. The speaker fch the occasion have folded since the air base
it will be a lug day. The best hour of charm. Come out. all day Sundayand I was closed down come five
will be Lawrence
ever! I The evening program will know that St. James is the years ago. At least 5,000 j Jobs
Mr. Thompson from
Mrs. Ida B. Jackson Mosley, feature "Portraits of Women.inr "Friendly Church". To everyone pioneer family comes In Coconut a have vanished from the area,
chairman; Mrs. Bessie Smith, I he said.
co-chairman and their of "'r-. -..-. '---e..,.....', Grove and is a life-long mem-
group ... / ber of the Parish. He attended
r JI> I
captains and committees have '\. ,.;.,' :high school at George W. Car-
really outdone themselves to r-r'F' "'": .
"..: .1 ver High School, graduating
bring a unique religious program : j from Florida A and M Univr-
to the of St.
worshippers i slty, a member of te Alpha Phi
James rR
Sunday. S Alpha and instructor
,,4'r Fraternity an -
Mi's. Andell Mickins, who .,
x at Francis S. Tucker
needs no introduction here, is '
Elementary School.Fr .
the morning speaker. Mrs. Theodore R. Gibson
Mickins is in a class by her- L ii rec

self as a public speaker. 6n tor.DAY
She is the wife of Rev. I. C. SPRING BAPTIST
Mickins of Mt. Olivette Bap- IG

tist, is a poised, well balanced 3091 NW 62nd Street
educator, being a member of Rov. William Slater, pastor
he( Dade school system.
c Striving to reach higher
4: i ? .,. heights we are moving forwardto
our church's third anniver-

Sunday, Nov. 23 at 3 o'clockthe
: k!!, p Rev. Buney of the New .
I Providence Baptist Church will

deliver the climaxing sermon.
Looking back thru the yearswe
Y MK8. IDA H. JACKSONMOSELEY can truly that we have
Ox W aa come this far by faith and the
Chairman grace of God for it was our
Heavenly Father who chosed Day at New

the Rev. Slater, one of great Bethel
courage and wit to lead us on. Baptist

First Men's Under his direction we are pro- Sunday Nov. 22, the Men of
Baptist DayThe gressing steadily. New Bethel will observe their

7th, annual Men's Day. They
We invite the
First Baptist Church of Deacon Nathaniel Newsome, public to wor- are honored to have as their
Brownsville observes its annual co-chairman and Rev. W. M. ship with us this Sunday and morning speaker Rev. Lester
Davis if you do not have a church Albert, associated minister of
Men's Day on Nov. 22. The pastor.
home, Join In with us here
Mt.\ Tabor
men will be in complete chargeof Baptist Church and
where your support will be owner of the House of Albert.
the services throughout ST. BARNABAS W. M. welcomed.The .
You are invited to come out
day.The 5871 NW 24th Ave. pastor Just came back and hear this man of God at the
morning speaker will be Rev. E. A. Culmor, pastor from Georgia with a truck load friendly little church of the
MRS. ANDEL MICKINS the Rev. W. F. Tanner Sr., pas- of food to tte served Sunday city.
,Speaker of Tlv Day Coral Sunday morning service was evening. All free.
tor of St. Mary's Baptist,
led by the Rev. H. Demeritte.
Those of us who have heard Gables, and the afternoon He preached out of his soul. ZION HOPE BAPTISTRev.
will be the Rev. J. E. MT. HERMON AME
Mrs. Mlckins in her many public speaker You are Invited to worship
Murray, the pastor of Mt. Nebo P. Freeman pastor
appearances will know thatit with us Sunday, Nov. 22 at 11 Fort LauderdaleThe Elizabeth Jackson, reporter
1 of South Miami.
will be a disappointment to a.m. as we observe our fourth The No. 2 Choir is asking
miss her Sunday. Her audi- There will be an evening ser- annual Woman's Day. Our women of Mt. Hermon everyone to come out and help
ences come to attention when vice and the speaker will be speaker is the dynamic Mrs. A. invite you to attend their ser- them celebrate Its fourth anni-
she graces the rostrum. the Rev. W. C. Edgar pastor of Range. You will miss a wonderful vices throughout the day Sun- versary Sunday at 3 p.m. It
The souvenir program will Mt. Morlah Baptist Church of treat if you don't come and day, Nov. 22 in observance of Is having a musical programfor
be almost like a "door prize"to Perrine. Come to First Baptistfor hear this outstanding speaker.Mrs. their annual Woman's Day. you to enjoy.
members and friends alike.It a spiritual feast. Dinner Range is owner of the Mrs. Erma Allen, chairman; The pastor is still urging all
lists thumbnail sketches of will be served in the dining Range Funeral Home, a civic Mrs. Edna Hnyes, co-chairman; members to attend their week-
wives of physicians, of dentists, room all day. worker, and is loved by all who Mrs. Nannie R. Evans program ly meeting. Rev. Freeman will
teachers, community workers, come in contact with Jier. Visitors director; Rev. S. E. Sneed, lie preaching at Jordan Grove
It lists private enterprises, etc. Bro. Will Coffee Is chairman; are always welcome. pastor. Church Sunday evening.Whiter1Church .

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Rev D. A Bradley, pastor
Sis. Louise White clerk

A \ Count your many blessingsand ST. MATrHEW'S Coconut Grove A. O. I Daughter ,Elks Plan

We namee had them a wonderful one by one.day Fr. 8. J. Sweeting, priest Sip and Show

Sunday Harvest .Festival (Sunday.) The Daughter Elks of Greater -
Sunday, Nov. 22 will be a The custom of celebrating a Miami Temple No. 7G9 invite -
great day at Mt Carmel. We thanksgiving harvest festival you to their CocaColaSip
arc expecting you to come and began in the High Middle Ages. and Fall Fashion Show
hear these two wonderful The religious function of giv- Sunday, Nov. 29, 5 p.m. 'til 9
speakers. The morning speaker ing thanks to Divinity for favors Hotel In the Mary Elizabeth
will be Mrs. Maybelle nder- received is as old as hu- Donation $1.00.. Dt. A.
son of New Providence Baptist manity.' In fact, it is one of the Shavers!: is chairman and Dt. M. "
Church at 3 o'clock. There will basic elements of worship In E. Muldrow Dt. Rul r.

be nn open panel discussion. all religions. One special, and N28
The evening speaker will be yearly: thanksgiving: celebration -
one of our own Mrs. Marie going back to ancient AT T11K: NEW 8T. PAUL
Hodges of Mt. Carmel Baptist times took place at the success-
Church The theme, of this ful conclusion of the Harvest. Corner StoneCeremony

I program is, "Woman's Supreme Thus we find sacrifices and Made
Opportunity< to Strengthen thanksgiving rites in the Chris-
Christiannlty as Freedom tian church as far back as we ReadyOn

0 Emerges." have documentary and archaeological Sunday, Nov. 22 at 3 p.m.
evidence on the purpose the will witness
}public a memorable -
Christian Science of any form of worship.In occasion at St. Paul AME

A the African Orthodox Church located nt Northwest
Churches To Hold I Church liturgically speaking, 10th Ave. and 51st Terr The

Thanksgiving Service every day of the year is pastor, Rev T. C. Kelley, Jr.,
Day "Thanksgiving Day" or Harvest trustees and members of St.
Thanksgiving Day services Festival. We invite you to Paul are putting the finishing
At St. Luke AME \ will he held In Christian Sci- come and worship with us on touches on the plans for the
Sunday, Nov. 22 St. Luke ence Churches at 11 a.m. Visitors this Feast Day, Services for St. ceremony.
AME Church will observe Its r are welcome.One Matthew's Church are being The Rev H J. Benson, pastor /
second annual Woman's Day feature of the service held at Bain's Funeral Ohapel, of Salters Chapel AME
Sunday School will begin at r will be n period when indivi 3187 Douglas Road. Church has been selected to
9:30: a.m. dual Christian Scientists standup Church School Is held at deliver the sermon. The entire
I. voluntarily to express their 0:30: a.m. and the celebration of Masonic family and affiliating
ai thanks to God in their own the Divine Liturgy at 11 a.m. fraternal organizations ih a v e

I II I words. A note of interest to our mem- been invited to participate In
It The sermon on "T> bers and friends. We ask that the service nlso. On this date,
ing" na in all hankSR'IV-\\ Thanksgiving offerings'
your clergymen of Miami and surrounding -
eno services will will be given to the Building areas, and their congregations -
readings from the Bible, and Fund of St. Matthew's. Such will assemble to not
also from the Christian Science an offering will help toward a only hear a dynamic preacher,
t textbook, "Science and Hnelth and fruitful celebrationIn
but also to observe layingof
., with Key to the Scriptures" by our church hearts and
the corner stone and Join in
Mary Baker Eddy There will homes. We thank you. prayer for the continues
also be hymns nnd a period of
growth of a new community
pmver. NEW MACEDONIA M. B. project. The public is urged to
The Golden:
text for the day arrive time ns seating facilities -
on ,
I Is fwi Psnlm, 92: '"All the Hev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor none-the-
onds of tho world shall remwi"V1. Willie J, Beard, reporter are limited I
J less the service promises to We
and nil the turn unto the Lord l: Services on last Sunday were a worthwhile one presented
Elder Benjamin Carey, permanent kindreds of the nations very high and well attended. with appropriate magnificence
resident of Hallandale. *bee.? worship before Choirs No. 1 and '2 along with The Atlantic Coast Lodge No: !
member of the Church of Gouin A related Usher Board No. 1 were in 400 will perform the corner
Christ Pembroke Road, W passage to he rend All Mas-
from Science charge, Evangelist Oscar W. stone laying ceremony.
Hollywood Fla. Elder Mclntlre, those lines nnd Tl&iUh: Includes West delivered the morning ter Masons working under the t
d ; ref pastor. thoroughly. : It should he menage protection of tho most worshipful -
Y understood that all Grand Lodge of Free and
Y The public is invited. Let us men have one mind, one God The Missionary Society will Accepted Masons, Inc, Illustrious I
pray for world's peace and and Father one Life. Truth and observe their anniversary on GrandMaster
unity and the brotherhood of Love Mankind will become Sunday at 3 p.m. Evangelist\ Rudolph Bradley I
EVANCKLINK SMITH I perfect In Oscar West will bo the guest are requested to
be coming
I all men. I hope to proportion as this
present at 3 p.m. at new
ChairmanThe Until then flirt Incomes I speaker. Come and hear this
your way soon. remember apparent war
church of St Paul AME
morning speaker will be "Tohu shalt love the will cease and the' true brotherhood grout: dynamic man of God. If
Church at 10th Ave. and 51st
Mrs. Llllle Muser Doles, mem- Lord with oil tny heart, and of man will be estab you miss hearing him, you will
ber of Alt Zion, an ardent with all thy soul, and with all lished." (p. 4G7fM3.: ) truly miss a treat. Terr., Sunday, Nov. 22.
church worker and a teacher thy strength and with all thy L. G. Bode, district deputy;

In the Dade School system.HENRIETTA mind self. and thy neighbor as thy- St. Paul to Lay EBENEZER METHODIST Rev. T. C. Kelley Jr., pastor.

Cornerstone Rev. Aaron D. Hall Pastor TEMPLE BAPTIST
Sunday E. Ingram, reporter
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN Ceremony the- corner Rev. I.. A, Thompson, pastor
0805! N. W. 14th Ave. 8ton& Jayln* ofnthe new church Sunday morning Love Feast
The Training Union Mrs. E.
will ibo will he administered with
Hev W. F. Savoy, pastor Sunday, Nov. 22 at 3
halo will
president, a
p.m Rev H. J. Benson of Sal- Stewards Board No. 1 serving.
Thanksgiving Baskets will ter's Chapel AME Church Rev. S. M. Gay and congregation dinner sale this Saturday at
he dedicated and distributedthis deliver the message. It will be of Mt. Hermon AME the homo of Mrs. Eva Gibson,
1 Sunday. Members are asked at the new location, NW 19th Church will worship with us 1838 NW 5th place from noon
to bring donations of food Ave and 51st Terrace In an after service, Sunday until Donation one dollar
this Sunday morning for the night They are coming In the The Household of Ruth and
the Odd Fellows will 'hold their
1/askets. Interest of Woman's Day
I ALLEN CHAPEL AME I Memorial Service Sunday during -

Our completed report on Anniversary I Rev. W A, Curry, pastor The, observance of Woman's the 11 aim worship at
and pledges will be Mrs. Fannie Caddy Day will be Nov. 29. Wte are Temple The Women's chorus
given: this Sunday. Members Sunday School reporter extending a cordial welcome to will sing for the occasion. At
at D:3
have you made: your contributions I with the superintendent: a-m. the public to come and share the same time the male chorus
to the cause? Members are ; teachers:: In charge. and the day with us. The Rev. will render service for Men's
urged to express their loyalty I There will he Frank Cambridge and congregation Day at Central Baptist Church,
and dedication at this timer' of I travanza a musical ex- of Kelly's Ohapel will West Hollywood, Rev E. J,
the year at Grace. Sunday at 3 to 0 p.m. render service at 3 p.m. I. Clark, pastor.
I Various group.s and choirs Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock
This Sunday evenng the from throughout the city will Tuesday night the MethodistMen << the Red Circle, Mrs. Miriam
youth fellowship will visit the apnoar. will 1A In charge of class Hepburn, directress, will spon-
youth of First Presbyterian Evening worshln at 7 o'clock. meeting Last Monday night sor a variety nagram. The
Church of Miami Springs. Mrs. Minnie D. Jill and Mrs. Choir No. 1 observed its 56th I young people have been pre
You are always welcome at Fannie Gaddy will servo as anniversary. Choirs of various paring for this occasion and are
WHITECochairninn Grace. chairman and I co-chairman. churches! of the city and many asking members and friends to
Everyone is invited to wor- guest soloists appeared on the attend and please bring some
The evening speaker will he ship with us, ithe church with program. After the financial canned goods. Tho proceeds
Mrs. S. R. Galdwell. Mrs. Cald- SALTER'S CHAPEL a welcome and a program for report was read which amounted will bo used for Thanksgiving
well Is a memUer of Fir s t the people. to over $1,200 the membersand baskets for the needy.
Baptist Church, Sebring, has Rev. II. J. Benson, pastor guests retired to the social
served as superintendent of Flossie Marshall, reporterOn ST. MARY'S W. M. hall for refreshments. Presiding -

Sunday School, president of Thursday night Salters Rev an mistress of ceremony, Songs of Glory on
H. V.
BYPU for a number of years, along with the pastor, Stuart, pastor Mrs Willie D. Fuller. Choir No.
president of Senior Missionary Rev H. J. Benson made way to Dorothy Major, reporterOur 1 h composed of many young Channel 10 SundayOn
Society for 17 years and past Greater Ward's Chapel in Ital- 41st anniversary was ob- ladies nnd men, working dili-
the Glo-
Sunday Songs of
president of Soul Saving Cam- gently under the leadership of
landale to render service. Choir several with f Temple worshIping television will
paign for 7 years. 1 and 2 served and 1 a wonderful with us Monday Mrs Louise Strachan, president ry the Mt.program Calvary Baptist-
The nubile Is cordially Invited sermon was preached. Sun- night, Rev L. A. Thompson The queens of all th auxili- Church Choir No. 2 of Miami,
Mrs. Evan lIne SmithIs day throughout the day was delivered a very Inspiring mes- aries of the church' were also under the direction of Mrs.
chairman, Mrs. Henrietta wonderful, the Junior Choir honored guests.
: Marjorie Harding, Rev. W. P.
White, co-chairman. : served In the 11 a.m. service.At sage.Wednesday night a banquet Services will be held at the Tarpley, pastor.
3 pm. the Junior Church was held at the Roosevelt Bank church Thanksgiving Day from Their guests are the Spiritual -
MT. CALVARY CHURCH rendered a very nice program. Community Room. Speakers of 11 to 12. Please bring some- Corolcttes and the Chris-

Rev. S. Atchison pastor which the pastor attended and the evening were Mrs. Athalle thing for the underprivileged.Let tian Voices. At the piano each
Constance Carter, reporterOn adult members. On Sunday Range, a director of the bankA us not forget the sick and Sunday playing the old famal-
night Salters Chapel rendered D. Moore, president of the I shut Ins. i lar theme song, "Pass Me Not"
Sunday, November 22nd., service at St. James AME local CORE and Rev. II. V. I is Miss Gwendolyn E. Richardson -
1964, at 3 p.m., the No. 1 Usher Church, Rev. Benjamin Black- Stuart.St. I MT. SINAI BAPTISTMrs. a student at Mays High
Board will celebrate their anniversary nell 1$ the pastor. Mary's says thanks to all School.

Rev. Sims will deliver Beginning on the 4th Sundaya for making: our anniversary a Dorothy Maxwell of MI- The director for Songs of
the Anniversary message. series of services will begin success ami Northwestern Senior High Glory is George Livingston
They have made great plans with us celebrating our pas- Special thanks to Leon E. School will be guest speakerat with Vermlce Ross and Charlie
for you, so won't you plan to tor's anniversary. Don't forget Kelly for bringing us such a Mt. Sinai's annual Woman's Davis, coordinators.We .
attend now.Visitors your mortgage pledge and bud- wonderful program for the ev- Day at 11 a.m. Nov. 29. would like to hear from
are always gladly get money. ening. Mr. Kelly Is hoping that The public Is Invited your 'choir, chorus and groups. ,
welcome. We want to Ite like Let us not forget t, h e lick I this will be an annual affair. Mrs. Llllle Jackson, chair- Write to Songs of Glory, c;.
Christ. The arms of Christ and are and shut In: Hoping to see you Sunday there will be testi man; Rev. 8. A. Thomas- pastor WLBW-TV; channel 10. Box 10,
always open to encourage mony. Miami, Fla.Woman's "
comfort those In need. Sunday. t

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&114 NW 15th Ave. died on NW 21 Ct., Opa-Locka, died : of 135 NW Oith St., died
Nov. 14. He was a native of Nov. 0. at his resident. lie wasa Nov. 17. Mrs Watkins, a native -
Albany, Ga. and a long-time citizen of this area for more of Alabama, had lived in
member of the community and than fifteen years. Services Miami for 55 years. She is sur-
active Jn the many affairs of were held In the Opa-Locka vived by a nephew, L. E:'Davisof

Mt. Sinai Baptist Church. He is chapel Monday 4:30: pm. Durham, N. C. and a' niece, '-. :
survived /toy three brothers, Miss Bernice Davis. Services ; -
Willie, Major and Frank, six held in the chapel Thursday. _
sisters, Mesdames Ella Tho- THOMAS HICKSON, 21905
mas, Della Wtflllams( Annie S.W. 118 St., Goulds, died Nov. MRS HATTIE STRINGER,
Lampkins, Susie Houston, Irene 15. He has been a citizen of this 1215 NW G2nd Lane died Nov.
Lindsey and Gussie Taylor community for more than 18. Mrs. Stringer, resident of
Services held Wednesday at thirty-three years, His sur- Miami for more than 37' years,
Mt. Sinai vivors wife, two sons, one is survived by her husband,
daughter, three brothers, three John; two brothers, Ellick a.9
COY JACKSON, 1751 NW 5th sisters Funeral service will be Watts of Newark, N.J. and
Ave died Nov. 1G, Mr. Jackson held Satuday 1:00: p.m., at the James W. Wellman of Bruns-
had resided in Miami for a Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, wick, Ga; two sisters, Mrs. Es- ....
number of years and was. well Goulds, Fla. tella Mills of Cox, Ga.. and Mrs. tr i il
known. He is survived by a Llllie Wattte, nieces and j
son, Abraham, his mother, Mrs. MRS FLORA BELL MAG- nephews. Arrangements are 'in- {R '
Lee Etta Jackson, a brother, WOOD, 2181 NW 70st. died in complete.
Leroy. Services held Friday at the Jackson Memorial Hospital The Troubadour Social and Solomon Williams
2 pm. in the chapel. Nov. 1G. Her survivors one son, IN MEMORIAM Civic Club celebrated its 7th The members reading from
two daughters, two brothers. Anniversary and the crowningof left to right Top Row: Mrs.
Arrangements are Incomplete. Mrs. Troubadour at a Tea. Janie Steward, social treasurer,
MRS ELOISE BELL of 5121 In loving memory of o u r The Tea was a roaring success. Mrs. Ethel Thompson, vice pres.,
NW 24th Ave. died Nov. .15. A dear wife and mother, Mrs. Troubadour was credited financial sec'y; Mrs. Samuel
native of Thomasville, Ga. she MRS RUBY STEWARD 2015
with the highest amount of Spann, treasurer; Mrs Queen
had resided in Miami for 24
NW 4 Ct, died in the Jackson
and the Williams
$40285 runner-up rec. sec'y; Sitting:
Her survivors include
years. Memorial Hospital Nov. 15. Her
P PAS Mrs. Sanders
p* I $402,00The Mary chaplain;
her husband, Nathan; two sis-
survivors one daughter, two
Airs Ann Deas, critic; Mrs.
ters, Mrs. Rosa Mackey and sisters, one brother. Arrange- Troubadour Club is a Ollie
Ross Mrs Minnie
Mrs. Field three nieces
Willie ;
ments are Incomplete. stuanch supporter of the JamesE.
Barr, and Mrs. Rosetta Ross.
including Mrs. Geraldine La-
Scott Community Association -
Blanc; an aunt, Mrs. Rosa Tuc- and recently sponsored a Members not shown are: Mrs.
ker; two nephews, grand niece ARCHIE LEE PICKETT, Evelyn Rutledge, social chair-
Services Saturday at 4 pm. in 14100 NW 21 Ct., victim of a child for summer day camp. man; Mrs. Elisabeth Love, Mrs.
the chapel. Mrs. Bell will lie In I heart attack at home Nov. 13. The club will close out its Dessie William, Mr. Titus Bur-

repose in the chapel Friday afternoon I His survivors wife Rosa Farie year's work with a Christmas dette and Mr. Cupid Brisbane

PJckett, two sons, one daughter, 1M'i y $ Party at the home of Mrs.
Mother, Father, three brothers, .
WILLARD KEITH BURNEY, six sisters. """, --" .*) }*... }!"IfJ'I'f'.1I'A ", l'l.r '} ;; r "
Arrangements are ", '
,' "; .' :w !.'r't': '.
4-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Incomplete.MRS. p, M f 1t.T1'fi 'of".';\ '''- ''.\'..".'"i' ... "l;( \'
Edward Burney of 1445 NW / ;.I" J.;,..jt .' ';/'" 'f-f'''
51st St. died Nov., the victimof LULA PENNAMAN, r4 ,',: f it' \<\
a traffic accident. He is sur- '. ,: Q.\/ :
1453 NW 1 Ct., died in Jackson 4 .
vived by his parents, a sisters, (
Memorial Nov. 11 Arrange yI PN} "'. : : "
five brothers, his grand father, ments are incomplete. < a 47it 10. ", .. !'" .
y. / ,. \
Jeff Hunter. Services Saturdayat pAq '.,,.,' ;,. .
11 am. at the Church of rT h3'f 1'. i t. ('" ,
Christ. He will lie In repose FRANCIS T A ',?; )', /.' ,
Friday afternoon. fAC I"oii 'it.
t jr4i i ) i ..
'oJ. .
RUBIN KELLY ROLLE Sit .:! f'I "', .'
SOL JENKINS Jr, of 512 of 1308-A NW 2nd. Ave. died) MARY BELL MARSHALLwo .J {."i' ", :t." '.
SW 6th Ave., Homestead, diedat I Nov. lOt at his home. Funeral .rt' ': .iI ,
his residence Nov. 15 Mr. services will lie held Saturday passed November 19, 1962. 48 ; 04' ;;. ', .

Jenkins, a native of Indianola, Nov. 21st. a t 2 pm. a t St She is gone but not forgotten. ;,.\.j"il'\: / ,k. ..i' -J, ./
Miss had lived in Miami for James Baptist Church with James Marshall, husband :. .' ......:
three years. He is survived by Rev. J. L. Johnson, 'pastor officiating James Marshall Jr., son :.!,:\,, ;,;.v"ff": 'pt; 'j: .. 'IfI" ,.\"f
!five l/rothers, L. C. Jenkins, ltemains will reposeIn Robert Marshall, son $ r'R pif C .. '.." ,, "'"."' J "t... ''.. ''. '
and two sisters. Services Sat- the chapel begining 4 'pm Carrie B. Wilson, daughter t ;'fi. :". ..
urday at 12 noon at New Bethel on Friday until funeral time Ethel M. Jacobs, daughter t, \ ,.. .
Baptist Church in Homestead. Saturay afternoon. Survivors -
;; =
He will lie in repose at 2 p.m. Include a daughter; Mrs. Paul- Mrs, Minnie Barr w ;crowned ]I Methodist Church, the
Friday until 10 a.m. Saturday. ine McKinney; 1 son; Mr. Rubin Mrs. Troubadour for rajsingi I I Business Women Recreation
Rolle Jr.; 2 brothers; Josh Rolle IN MEMORIAMIn the highest amount of money. Society. Shown above are run-
Infant daughter of Mr. and and Milton McKenzie; 3 sisters; Mrs Barr is a well-known ner-up Mrs. Ann Deas and
Mrs. Theolester Picket, who Juanita Rolle of Nassau Bahamas sad but loving memory of beautician and hair stylist of crowning Mrs. Troubadour is
lives at 7425 NW 17 Ave. died Emma Rolle and C 1 e o my dear husband, :Miami, a member of Ebenezer I I Mrs, Mae Thompson.
Nov. 14. Graveside services Rolle; cousin; Mrs. Flosie Rol-
held at Lincoln Memorial Ceme- le Evans and a host of' other AD *RSw
tery. relatives and friends. 4 rs ;yr 4' -

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FERGUSONwho a young Viking, Russ Rosanna Schlaffino and Oscar

departed life' November 18 Tamblyn fights his way Into Homolka. "The Long Ships" Is
the harem of Moorish shlekh
19G1. Peltier's first film since win-

Deep in my heart I silently say, Beba Sidney Loncar.Poitler It's to a rescue scene lovely from ning the Academy Award as

Although he is here with us "The Long Ships," new Colum- best actor of the yeafr The film
no more, bia Pictures release in Techni- Js Wednesday
now playing through -
He is dead he
not just
811 AD DIE WARD away color and Technirama, also at the Lib City Drive-in
For God's own true child
starring Richard Wldmark, Theatre.
who God permitted him to bo taken away from us November to rest for. a while. .

17, 1062. Zora C. Ferguson,. wife

We [have spent many hours remembering that sad day, Lily White Harvest Homes in Opa-locka, Bunche Park
land the days that followed, which leaves a gap that cannotbe

filled In our lives. tI { Tea November 22 New Liberty City
But religion twiches, there Is pn oftcr-Ufe, nnd we

cling to' that hope. May he rest in peace. You are cordially invited to As low as $100 DOWN

EMMA, IOU WARD, WIFE attend the Lily White Lodge

WELDON WARD, SON No. 189 Harvest Tea on t h... e SEYMOUR M. ROTH, Realtor
beautiful Range lawn 5727 NW
" 17th Ave. Sunday. Nov. 22. APPROVED
__, MARGUERITTE DAVIS, SISTER from 4p.m.. Mrs. A. M.
." ',. CLEOMIE BLOOMFIELD, SISTER Range will be the guest speaker. -
;; MU 1-3515
14570 NW 27th Ave.
I LOTTIE WARD, SISTER come and enjoy a

......... well planned program. INDPCARDS
Mrs. Eunice Dykes, Pres.

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home In Opa-locka on large
FHA To all who'ro troubled. You can
lot. Clean as a pin. only
FOR RENT FOR SALE $300 down or bank mortgage.A I FOR RENT have them solved now, it
I good deal. Drive by then makes no difference what they
APT. with yard,, '
CLEAN FURNISHED t-bed- Man's Special call us 14275 NW 21 Ct. Feaster FURNISHED are, they can be solved by a
room cottage. 1752 NW| 44 St I Handy i Realty, Broker,' PL 9-8779. reasonable. Call OX 1-2426. man from Detroit, Mich.

(rear) $17 weeK or $65 month, HOMES PLUS INCOME, 4-, I
adults, call 445-3521 or 44S-C047.( bedrooms, 2 baths in front I GENIE HOMES". New new! j I FURNISHED ROOM In good Harold Moss :.
house. 2-bedrooms, 1 bath in New! See the homes that makes location, modern home, $12 a

N\V SECTION APT. 4-room rear house. Completely with furnished families happy. So! So! So! week Call Thursday, 691-1513. Ca11691.3525
furnished child OK $18 week{ Price only $7,500 many happy Ideas Many more I i Indf
month. 4032 NW 23rd Ave. $1,000 down. Monthly payments
under construction Wanna
now. NW frith Street
section. To see call Mr. Forss, FURNISHED room with cook- 1771 ,' .
look?? "Sneak Preview" on NW
DOWNTOWN AREA. Efficiency Sunday and evenings MU t 75th St. between NW 11 Ave. Ing facilities 1086 NW 57 St.
all $13 week. 8-3852. R. A. Mueller, Realtor, Call NE 3-6203.
and 12 Ave. (have two). Also MUSIC LESSONS
Call Mickins Rental Aency, NE PL 1-2401. 527 NW 46 St. After you see, ,,',

40500.A PERSONAL TO ALL then call us for prices, etc. HELP WANTED GIVE YOUR CHILD a chance:

DOWNTOWN MOVE OUTSXWay Fenster Realty, Broker, PL Will teach music to beginners.
BEAUTIFUL FURNISHED 9-8779. I BARBARA BURNETT. Experienced Reasonable. Call: after 6 p.m.
room. private bath, private Urban I operator Is now at PL 8-4925. '
2-doors wall to wall Takin your home? See me! ',. Salon 4310
entrance, ATTENTION!! Attention!! We Klnlbrrl)" Beauty ,
carpet, for quiet person only. Allen Greenwald ownerI have an unusual large beautiful NW 7 Aw. 757-0254 or FR
have 3 homes at terrlfflc
1859 NW 60th St. I
home. 3-bedroom, 2 baths 7-1290.
cash privces. WI 5-0880.
on Vi acre In NW section Per- VILLA
FURNISHED 1-bedroom house 737 fect location. Has everything.: LANDSCAPING CENTER
for couple. 2331 NW 55 St NW 47 Terrace Priced low for quick sale. LAWN SAND, top soil, driveway KINDERGARTENYou
2-BEDROOM CBS home porch,
757-8228. shown gravel. Phone 6916500.REDUCE .
terms by
$2,500, good ,
large kitchen, stove,
garage Hot
I appointment only. Fenster ....... may register now.
refrigerator, move right In, no --- -
CHEAP ROOMS for men In Broker PL 9-S779. .
Realty, ,
clean private home. PL 9-8125. qualifying, no red tape, Jow lunches and pick-up service
price EZ terms. Owner

VERY COMFORTABLE bedroom !915-5886. VA AND FHA homes. 3-bed- Lose up to 6 pound' For Information call

with private bath and room and 2 bath. Call for appointment 691.7796, 696.3802 or
telephone. 3007 NW 56 St. 6-UNITS CBS APT. by owner, From $100 and up. weekly
033-7016. 1 duplex 2-bedrooms each side. Fenster Realty, Broker, PL 634-5867
Lot 100x130 Just off 7 Ave. & 9-8779. Dr Long

3-BEDROOM HO IE. $30 week, :35 Terr. MU 1-0325. 1545 S.W. lit St. 5932 NW 17th Ave.

2-bedroom, $25 week. 1751 NW
53 St. 633-2891 1963 PONTIAC Bonnevllle, 1- GORGEOUS 2-bedroom CBS. FR 3-2748 M1W. HUTU COPELAND
_ door hardtop, all power, 2way1MFM Very large family room on big Indl
ROOM: In private home. $10( radio, real clean. See lot. This home will be open I.
single, $7.50 double. Men preferred :Mr. Orr A and G Food Store, Sunday 1-6 p.m. 1011 NW 41 -- I
Modern, 1515 NW 68 T 91 NW 54 St. St. Fenster Realty, Broker, PL

-St. Phone C91-2494. 779. FORD REAL ESTATE '!SPECIALS!!!!'

ROOMS.: Men only. Hot and
"HOT DEAL". Pool home, CBS
322 NW 59th TERR.
cold water, neatly furnished. 3-bedroom beauty on doublelot 1217 NW 38th St.2.bedrooms .
Kitchen privileges. Inquire at $300 DOWN NO CLOSING Apartments for rent
quiet area FHA terms,
1758 NW 5 Place FR 15384.= COST $20 a: week
down. Has large Florida
3-.bedroom CBS with Fla. room $500
school! bus and I.bedroom i.- $16 a week
EFFICIENCY Nice neighbor ind garage, only $10,000 total, room, near ,
$i9 month pays all near school, shopping center. Call for ap
hood. For Information, call Houses For
: Fenster Realty,
shopping and buses, very nice pointment.
751-0977. I clean home In good condition. Broker, PL 0-8779. 1228 NW 42ndl Street $16 a week

LARGE noo 1. Private en See Mr. Curtis he will show 1529 NW 40th Street $16 a week

trance. Convenient location. vou how easy It Is to own this GOOD INVESTMENTS In duplexes
Settled working person. Call I lovely home. R. M. Brooks, and Income properties -- -
751-0201.! Realtor, 688-6638 night MU location. From $300
t-7740. SALE
Fenster HOUSES FOR -
down, etc. Realty,
DAIONEbed! living room fur Broker, PL 08779.4BEDROOM small down payment easily arranged
niture. Reasonable, 765 SW VBfibROOM CBS, dosed gar- week
$20 a
3207 NW 68th Street
21 Road, FR 7-2961.
ice, large lot, beautiful, quiet CBS, FHA terms. 1309 NW 45th Street $20 tt week -
neighborhood worth more, must Near school, bus, shopping.
ell. No qualifying, price $13,200 $11,700 total, $86 includes every- 1320 NW 39th Street: $20 a week
FOR SALE Include everything are approx. thing. Call for appointment. 3061 NW ,55th Street $20 a week

3120. No closing costs. Open l Fenster Realty, Broker PL day including Saturday/ and
We are open every
ror Inspection. J. A. Summons,
Make Offer 9-8779.
Broker, 634-6875. Sunday all day
777 NW 77th STREET

:l..n'robm. 2-bath CBS large 410 NW 46th Street Ford. /;Realty, Inc., Broker
CHOICE LOT. Zoned for
11.\ See this:; excellent buy'at apt. LOVELY 2-bedroom CBS, Fla.
once and make offer to r 0 x 150. Downtown. 333 NW windows tile
your room, Jalousie 6354595FinestrSelections'ln
l.tI.W ekR at 757-7631, Gold- 10 St. Phone PL 1-3604. roof stove, refrigerator! airconditioner 3639 NW 15th Avenue

Farb Realtor. D12 ;; Price Is $11,000

r BEAUTIFUL HOME & YARD with $350'down and $68 month.
RESIDENCE LOT, betweenNW OPEN SUNDAY 3 to 5 p.m. Life Realty, Broker, 4932: NW
15th Ave. and 17th Ave., 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open Sunday.
this lovely
711 NW 83 Terr. See -
on NW 63rd St. Sacrifice price. Miami
spotless CBS, Ueautlful 100
Call 691-5283 after 5 p.m. PL
2023 NW 43rd Street
8-5935. root front yard, like new car-
"ets, oak floors, carport, awn- NO CLOSING COSTS. CBS homes
Lovely open
Ings, sprinkler system. $100 Duplex, 2-bedroom each side.
743: NW 75th Street ,
Tile roof appliances large
' own. $13,500 total, FHA. A.
4-IIEbIt00M: 2 bath CBS. Tile Hen-Korl, Realtor. 714 NW 62St. vard, freshly painted. Price Is NEW ,LOW DOWN PAYMENTS
roof, patio, barbecue.: Lovely. Call anytime 751-2213. FHA valuation $15,700, $GOO Terms Less Than Rent
EZ -
yard Price Is FHA valuation down and $90 month Live rent .
$13,000 with $100 down and free! Key,at Life Realty, Broker -.-- --
$80 month. A real fine house $62 MONTH PAYS ALL 4932 NW'' 7 Ave. PL 9-4371 '
01very nice street. Life 250 down $9,200 total FHA Open Sunday and evenings. 1064 NW 61st Street

Realty, Broker, 4932 NW 7 Ave. Call now about this nice, like and carport. No qualifying.
PL 9-4371. Open evenings and new CBS 2-bedroom with Fla. 3-bedroom, oak floors,
Sunday. "oom. This sure beats renting. 6844 NW 6th Court $700 down. $9,500 total price.

-- \. Ben-Korl, Realtor, 714 NW PRETTY 2-bedroom CBS car- ----.
1821 NW 47th Street 02 St., phone anytime 751-2213. netlnganpllances.. fenced. '
NO CLOSING COSTS 2- I Price Is. FHA'. valuation, $9.000 5229 NW 5th Avenue

bedrooms, enclosed front and with $200 down and $62 month. 3-bedrooms 2 baths, Florida room and
back porches, separate garage,, REALLY, WHY SHOULD YOU Life Realty, Broker.. 4932 NW Brand new, take '
down over my pay
new roof. Appliances, partly ;. HNPAYS 7 Ave; 'PL 9-4371. Open Sundays built-in kitchen $1,200 ,

furnished, drapes, wall to -Wall 5 $74 *ALL and evenings ments.
carpeting. Price Is $9,500$200; "Corpcr t -bMroom, 2 bath CBS < .
down and $77 month Key at 'find'thls'frHke' new home. oAk
Terr. :
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t = The hostesses for the even-
M gPOOCXy3OOOC Jackson's Toddle Inn
; ing were Mesdames Floyd and

HAPPENINGS Parents ToddlingInto Everett.

____________________ ___ _ ___ __ _ __ __ Full SwingThe
1 A-M ccccccccccc announcements over cccc the PA Parents Club held Its Carver News
TIMES MIAMI, FLA. and to accustom stu-
: stystem second meeting of the year. So
f dents to reading the bulletin enthused were the mothers of I Although Friday' the 13th is
PACE 14 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21 1964 It is divided into two sections. the toddlers that the turnout believed to be unlucky. It was

Announcements for the day was overwhelming. First orderof Just the opposite for Carver
and coming events. Mr. Benja- business was the election of High Hornets. The vehemence
NORTHWESTERN HIGH BTW HIGH SCHOOL min Pratt and students are officers to fill vacancies. Mrs. of the mighty Carver Hornets
p thanked for making the board Odessa James was unanimously found Ely Tigers anxiously
Dade County Secretaries entertained Members of the Booker T. elected president, Mrs. I. C, awaiting the two minute warn-
a the 9th Annual Florida Washington' faculty were selected The Student Council presented Mickins was elected vice president ing signal. Relief came at last
t State Secretarial Association to appear on Florida Fo- the Charter Program Nov. other over officersare to the harassed Tigers when
Work Conference Saturday, rum channel 7 at 7, along with 19 at 8 a.m. in the auditorium. Mrs Lillian carry Davis, secre- the game ended with a 31-13
Nov. 7. The Hospitality> Club other organizations and school Main speaker was Father T. R tay and Mrs Mary Louise score in favor of Carver. The
was on duty to help the visitors. representatives. The guest for Gibson priest of Christ EpIs- Floyd, treasurer; E. D. Thomaswas entire football team as well as
Mr, George Powell's Cooking the occasion was Thomas Rai- copal Churdh. Mrs. Cynthia elected reporter. the coaching staff are to be
and Baking Class prepared the l ley. Representatives from BTW McKinney, former Booker T.I commended for a lob well done.
luncheon' and Mr. Fred John- were Mrs. Marie. D. Roberts Washington Student Council With great enthusiasm the Carver has completed its six-
: son and Mr. Wallace Orr, intern Mrs. Helen Robinson, Walter' president, presented charters. group planned the mammoth teenth winning season.Representatives .
along with members of Caldwell, George Littlefield, All organizations wore colors, Thanksgiving Feast to be Wed- various
the bookkeeping class sat in on Ellis Adger. emblems or other l identification.The nesday, Nov. 25 at 7 p.m. at ) of
some; of the workshop sessions.The which time more than 400 per- Florida Colleges met with Sen-
two-dav meeting was host- The Tornadoes, after a hard seventh grade weekly sons will enjoy the harvest and iors and Parents Wednesday"
fight into action for the contest is to end the second six
ed ''by the Dade County group swung give thanks. The interest and night in the school' auditorium -
fourth victory of the season week period. Teachers will be of all indicated
which also provided tours!=! and eagerness present -
to acquaint them with the
recreation for the visitors. when they defeated the North sending names of all students; the advent of this all important -
Dade Thunderbirds by a score nominated. In the mathematics holiday season. offerings of their particular Institution -
"Education Pays Dividendsin of 20-0. The game: was playedat tutoring program over 250 students .
International Relations" was the College: Stadium Nov. 14. have been attending, and Mesdames Mickins, Floyd
the theme of our final dav of Scoring for the Tornadoes' : Nathaniel over 50 tutorers participated. and Everett< had a display of The Carver Clarion AuxiliaryIs
observance of American Education Parks ran 88 vards fort toys, books and) children items sponsoring a dance Saturday
Week and 11 foreign students touchdown; James!=! Moxev ran Charm School is continuing educational, entertaining and night in the school's gymna-
from the University of 35 for a score and Norris Johnson every Saturday morning. Reading creative and each of them sium for the benefit of the
Miami came to help us celebrate. ran 21. Thrilled Washingtonians clinics on Monday nights gave a full explanation of the
These students were natives are looking forward toT :are also continuing. Representatives usefulness:; effectiveness and school newspaper fund. Please
=! of Brazil. Poland. Israel. fifth victory when the Tor- from Barry College and meaning of these !items The come out and support this I
Arabia Columbia etc. find each nadoes take on the Northwestern the University of Miami are display was on loan from To- worthy cause, the Clarion need
explained something about the Bulls Thanksgiving This tutorers. bln's Discount Toy Land:: I your help.
schools of his countrv.Tlhe rime I Is to be plaved for t h e November 15-23 students where it is possible for the
PTA's November' meptini Championship of Dade County. parents to stretch the dollar.
will have the opportunity of ,
? was highlighted bv a film V Turkey Day Parade is to be The demonstration was interesting -
visualizing an historical art exhibition The 'Times' Goes to
"Dance Little Children" which Meld Nov. 20 at 11 a.m. The recalling significant I' and entertaining and
illustrated the seriousness: etf P "ame Is to be pllayed at 8 p.m. people places and events In the I provided the thinking of all .I College 9 $3.50
talk of VD bv Mr. Don Kona- it the Miami Stadium.Tn nation's colorful past. This present. mos.
noff of the State Health Department I is to be !held at the
} observation of American
Home Show at Dinner
The Bull defeated the Dillard Education Week the Sigma Al- Key
Panthers 18-14 in Ft. Lauder- "'ha' Chanter of the Omega Psi AUTO INSURANCE
dale last Friday night nhl Fraternity Inc. presented

Chico Gilbert passed) 14 yards its National Achlevpment Week Check our new, lower rates and easy financing
to end Curtis Dailey for t.h e I "vnsram Nov. 12. The Concert NATHAN YOUNGThe
first score VInce Hepburn Chorus presented music for IMMEDIATE SR:22 FILING
scored on a three yard dive to 'he occasion. The brothers Nathan Young family Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift
give the Bulls n victory. The '"ere Introduced to students. was enlightened each day during -
Bulls are now 021.Representatives They are Walter Caldwell Wll- their week long celebrationof D. Goodman and Son Inc.
Ham B. Haley. Astrid Mack. American Education Week. ,

from Rethunp Ouentin North. Cleveland Our "Insurance, Real :Estate, Mortgage"
neighborhood kindergartens
Cookman Edward Waters caulk, Alfred Shootes. William Business member All Democratic Club
and Florida A and M Unlver-\ Stirrup and Thomas Sutton. : namely, Michael's,
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and seniors Thursday nicrht. The Marv McLeod Bethune for helping make our
"A Room Full of Roses" starring Chapter: Future Teachers of week long activities a g ran d
Gwendolyn Ma in or. De- America, presented the1 ) .h success. They are the essential
lores Rhodts and Wilbert Hol- nnual American Education foundation of the pre- ohool
loway plaved to n larpp and Week program on Nov. 10. Of- program (JFK) being conducted -
enthusiastic audience Thurs- leers were installed at this at Nathan Young,

day night in the' auditorium. time resident-elect by Mrs. Marian Florida Shannon State We sincerely appreciate and

express our gratitude to all of
Northwestern Teachers
was host to Association Guest
the Countv Librarians in their speakers were Harold Berger; our friends, visitors parents
participants and co-workers
meeting Thursday.. personnel
manager, and two for a successful and Informa-
workers of Harry Rich. Inc tive week.
DUNBAR ELEMENTARYWe Joye Williams, a BTW graduate -
file clerk and Roland Er- Mrs. Virginia Tresvant PTA a.x.:
wer visited c1urlnR'American nest, bookkeeper. nresident; Mrs. Josephine

many who Education Share Week by A bulletin board placed in Mackey, principal; Mrs. Hazel
tprest in education.a mutual In- the patio, is for the primary W. Matthews reporter; Leon-

those! visiting! our plant Among were purpose of cutting down on ard Ivey, chairman

Dr Joe Hall superintendent of
"V lltr 1" ruction: Dr. Jeff

West f Gl1kev>r. y
}Mlllani Mr. Palnh RolfiiiPtt and

Mr. Paul' Pelt all of Dade < : :. :
Counfv's Ponrrl of public In-
struction. ThPlr} sneMal: 'fntprf -
act' wag to f observe the Miami
Ltnviitstlc Program which our
Fl-t'Y,001 Is experimenting with
this year ,

On 'r11P ctlV, we had AS our
tniest Sister Marv
Lucille f Sister !-
Paul ..TnsC'n''J' and Mrs tA
Hawkins from narn' Colle< P T.
They ramp to observe tho on t' "
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Spearing HERE FEB. 2428The

r L 19G5 Miami NorthSouthGolf
Tournament will be held
February 24-28 over the beau- JOHNNY WARE:

With Sports' tiful Miami Springs Golf Course Invites all of his friends to come in and drive the all
according to an announcementmade
this week by Richard new spectacular 1965 Rambler. He promises large

B>" 11AURY rRAn Gardner, N-S tournament director savings on any new or used car.
? ---- -w.
_.WW._........ YWW"'R...___.._.. The famous winter golfing .< ,, Special Sale!
event will feature championship .:

Amateurs? Amateur' s? Here at LastOn contests In professional, ,
and men's and women's ama- (' '64 Ramblers
Nov. 30 at the Pan American a long layoff, hopes to get in teur divisions as well as 11 II1
Auditorium there will be shape for a fight in near fu- flighted amateur contests for
ten amateur bouts run by ture. men and women. Lee Elder and '4 it t. $ $ Save Hundreds $ $
TONY DUNDEE, president (no Joe Louis, former heavyweight '
relation to Chris) and JOHN- Tommy Ross and Chip John- champion, both of Los Angeles, All models, all colon
NY LOMBARDI, vice presi- son Inform me, Gus Demmy and ore defending titleholders In
dent. It Is for the benefit of son, Selwyn, two great sporG- the professional and men's divisions L ; Save $200 or more on all
the Multiple Sclerosis Associa- men of London, England. His respectively. Mrs. \; $
tion. This Is for a good cause. son is a match maker. He Myrtle Patterson Hudglns, te used cars
It has been a long time since treated them like two kings.\ New York City, three-time
Miami has had an amateur Showed them all over town, champion of the event, h I the ,1": COMPARE! COMl'AKKl 1 1IIAII'H
show. This reporter has been provided them with a private current women's titleholder _,._
after a show of this kind for chauffeur to take them where- The Coca-Cola Company, Atlanta -
the longest time. At last i It ever they wanted. This shows : Ga., a co-sponsor of the AGENCY
;ti : ()'41)}*HT RAMBLER:
fLrst- r-the-8e.1son event for
has arrived.As how popular Chip is over 'In <> a
England. decade, will attain participateas
you all know, many a a sponsor. The famous soft VENETIAN RAMBLER
fighter and champion have Boxing the oldest human drink firm will sponsor the animal -
come out of the amateurs. ) Hole-In-One Contest at
competitive dates backto
Tony who Is a former fighter ancient Greece,,but the first the 7th hole nt Miami Springsand 545 N.E. 15th STREETMIAMI
and a good one too, along record of modern will donate trophies for
with his friends, has put a ed with James Figg boxing, who start- 'the top flights in the men's : EN!) OP VK.N'KTIAN CAUBKWAY
good deal of time and effort to open- and women's amateur section,
ed school In
get this show together. So let's In 1719.a London as well as trophies for the 18 dears nt this. BUY WITH FR 7-8831
make this event go over big driving contests. Location CONJ'IIJ NCI'
Hope to see you Nov. 30. No sport Is so saturated with I Former tennis queen, Althea
There will be action galore! opportunity for taxing is an Gibson, now a touring golf pro, LOWEST PRICES FINEST SERVICE
absolute leveler of men. and Jackie Robinson, of baseball INDP
People who do not receive Wealth, education, Inherited fame, are former champions -
much credit when deserved, 'privilege and superficial cleverness of the North-South event.
are the ones who are responsible have no p 1 ace in Pete Brown, the bright new -
for the setting up of the the ring, Such qualities as star of the proclrcult, won sec-
fights and shows at the Beach brute force, muscular prowessand ond money In the tourney In I
Auditorium and Convention sharp thinking are at a 1961. Brown, Charlie Slfford, APPAREL FOR SALE
Hall. The staff who deservethe premium. The man who can Cliff Brown and other well
credit are Duke Ducoff, combine them generally: wins known pros are expected to

!Stu niumlXTg, Bob Nagy, Pete wealth and national recognition compete In the event. taste beer pocket?" Come to Grace'
Grace, George Millan and Tony Many of our top boxing ,
Contento. (figures rose from poverty, where you'll find i like-new exclusive dresses,

fought their first battles in the Calendar Tea suita, skirts, blouses, shoes all original. $1 to $5

LITTLE RICER RESULTS shadows of a slum tenement Saint Agnes Episcopal Mink, fox and other stoles and fur jackets $5 to $10.

Gordon Lott, 151, Savannah struck Trea and with once the in the ring:, Church will present Its Annual Cashmere sweaters $2. Mink collars $5. Pre-teen

Ga. made it nine victories in a who's fists offer fury the of men Calendar Tea, Sunday Nov. 22, dresses $1. Men's pure Italian silk suits. $3 and $5.
only escape
row with a six-round technical 4 o'clock p.m. at the Parish $2. Pants shoe
route from their environ Blue serge suits $5. Sports jackets ,
knockout Jim Hall, 1730 NW 3rd Court.
over Beasley,
ment. Also linens drapes bedspreads and
151 1. Fort Iauderdale at Little $1. Skirts 50c. ,
diver arena. The evolution of boxing Youth and Young other household items New suits $10, pants 2 for
, 'naralleN that of society. From $7, evening dresses $2. We cater to the elite. GrazeGRACE'S
Lott knocked Heaaley down t the sordid background& of bouts Adult HomecomingAt
In the second round and the lat-
\ ter had to quit in the sixth.because In In smoke-filled frontier boom rooms towns, scrap, In Mt. Olivette THRIFT SHOP

Grady of Ponder cuts in won his mouth.an el ht- barns aboard ships, in Rambling Sunday, Nov. 22 has been 2512 NE 2nd Ave. FR 1.8372
houses or as part of circus designated Homecoming Sun-
round decision over Al Simmons Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.jEiTii .
sideshow the ring's character day by the youth and young
Syracuse, N. Y. has been tempered and adult of Mt. Olivette Baptist

In the preliminaries Harry diverted to higher end Church. We Invite all who have
Belafonte lost! to Charlie Jordan been lost or strayed, Hack to "b "-"" -
There has never been a the fold.
In 4 rounds.
standard type among; pugilists.!: Sunday will also be a day NicHOME
no1Jby Marie won an unpopular The difference characterise, of thanksgiving, not only to
decision over George Saw- among men of the ring has our religious family but to our
yer In four. added tremendous spice and special guests, Victoria Ward
Boon Davis lost! to Jim Al- drama to the sport. Chapter OES 80 who will be SERVICE CALLS $1.00

bury In four. This was Jim's We have had the Impeccable worshipping with us in o u r
pro debut. Jim Corbett the sullen Jim ,morning services Mrs. I. O. Day or Nightw.
Teffries; the unfathonraWIe Pratt Wilder worthy matron
CHIP JOHNSON Is so well !Stanley Kltchell; the dull Jess and grand treasurer.! Leroy Service I All Mako of
liked In England that he will Johnson
worthy patron.
Wlllard and the tenacious! Jack
return there to fight BRIAN HI-FI'i and STEREOSw.
LONDON Dec. 15 at Birming; Dempsey. Sermon by Rev. T. C. Mick-
ham, where Chip made his big There was Gene Tunney's Ins Music by the Youth Choir. Also Rent
hit whon he fought JOHNNY calm assurance set against Sunday night a special) : program -
PRESCOTT. Primo Camera's fantastic'umbllng sponsored by the youth. TV' by the week or month
and Max Baer's buf'onery You are invited to all of our
JERRY SALADINO. Miami as opposed to Joe Louis! services.
Boxing Inspector! is the fatherof uslness-llke manner. 907 .2nd AVENUEPhone
that great Miami University -
football star Tony Sala- Baseball and football, for example however, it is the supremacyof
tf lno. have a mass appeal of a one gladiator over another. FR 4-2044
team as well as that of Individual !- Few sports rely so heavily on
.. .. _.... n tn
..._ rsgn L Htt i i
combatant. In .r.---
All sport fans send their the ring, personality as boxing.BethuneCookman

tipenpst' sympathy to BUDDY .
PACK promoter of Little Riv-
er whose mother passed away:
last Thursday. May her soul ( Lincoln Fields Apartments
rest!' in peace.

Ran Into two sports enthusiasts Steamrolls Claflin 72-0 2045 N.W. 62nd Street
from Hamden, Conn:
ill ------
DR. D. F. TURNER, along Rcthune-Cookman Wildcats I 3rd period and closing out I
with their wives. While here, bounced back from two consecutive strong In the final quarter Enjoy Living (in Our Cool, Clean Apartments
thev: enjoyed themselves tre- defeats bv South Carolina running and passing for 20( Offering Many Features
mpndouslv. Dr. Turner was State and Ft. Valley to more points to rack up a total
NATE MANN'S doctor when wreag: vengeance on a fumbling rushing and passing yardage FREE GAS FREE CITY WATER
he fought JOS LOUIS. Inept Claflin College teamto of 518 yards and 72 points.
the tune of 72-0. Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas Store
The Claflin rout De-
BILLY KILGORE former Cy McClaren'a charges struck thune-Cookman a 5-2 gave recordfor Newly Painted Venetian Blinds
fighter f and crowd pleaser, is like Hurricane Cleo mid-way the Reason and set the stage; Washing Machines Laundry ROOWM
managing a good looking prospect the first period with a M yd. for the closing home game with
bv the of GINO Auto hot water eater
name Free Parking
GRAZIANO. Could be another pass play from King to Sim- their perennial nemesis, the
mons for their first tally. Smith FAMU Rattlers on Saturday, Fere Garbage Disposal
Rocky. carried In for the PAT to send Nov. 21 and a possible upset'

Some neW faces, also good the Cookmanltes off to an eight I I over their state rivals for their CARETAKERS ON PREMISES
looking nrospocts: DON LUTZ, point lead In the first quarter. first victory since Coach Mo-
The Wildcats
picked up 16 'Claren scored the winning -
nod --
middleweight. na:
10. pro
points. In the second! : his
fltrhts. Also BOBBY (lobo) touchdown. 1052 In sen-

PARTRANO managed by TOM- conversion on two touchdowns and a safety a QUarter-/!/ ior year. Weekly Rate
ROSS SR. These will
MY boys ,
the Panthers 21-0 at The Southern University victory -
2-bedroom Apt.
be seen at Little River in the $14.50 l.bedrootn $18.80
sion. over the Rattlers for their
near future.
The Wildcats continued the : first defeat of the season lifted RentlnR Offic. open e..ry day Phone OX 18M1n

WILLIE JOHNSON, a heavyweight carnage In the second half 't the hopes of the Wildcats ,

back in training after racking up 22 points Jn the for an upset victory. ,-



PAGE :16 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1964 4 +\
Review and Harvest

': ; :: Tea ; i
:g %.::3.
With the climax of National

Education Week and "Working 4v + .'
together for a !better community -
," the Richmond Heights Wo-

man's Club presented its seventh -
annual "Book-Review t4
and Harvest Tea," Sunday, Nov. '
15, 1901.

Mrs. Mercedes Thomas, Librarian -J f ___
s3 +1J c at Richmond Junior
+ High School 1 n Richmond

1 Fw r Heights did a superb job of : ;
1 .J reviewing "The Rector of Jus- ; rpHF

4 tin" toy Louis Auchlndoss, Mrs.
{ i Thomas' review was of such :. Y
that those present do not real-
1$4 ly need to read the book. Theodore R. Haglns Jr., vice NHA secretary ,and widow of
44l4i ._ president and general managerthe I the late Mr. Jackson, founderof
Other highlights of the An- New Dunbar Hotel Wash- the Association.
D. C. the 1964 Seated, left Is Jesse J. Lewis
nual Affair were a prayer by ington, was recipient ,
Mrs. Addle Fryer, Occasion by of the Andrew F. Jack- Birmingham Coca-Cola: Co., who
; ; ; Mrs. Rebecca Fisher, introduc- son Memorial Award, an annual made plaque presentation In
tion of speaker by Mrs. Alice recognition of the Nation- behalf of Coca-Cola. Mr. Hagansis
: Taylor, Piano-Solo Selection by wide Hotel Association which Immediate past president of
the Hall Sisters, Solos by Mrs. I goes to an Individual excelling the hotel group having been
Wilma Rozier, Miss Brenda i I in hotel operations. Above, Mr. : succeded at recent Birmingham
.N Randolph' and Mrs. Rosalyn Hagans receives the Coca-Cola I Ala., convention by New
Roberson. A beautiful I Company donated plaque Orleans motel owner, Ellis L.
the dulls color royal corsageof blue from Mrs. Marion F. Jackson, Marsalis Sr.,

y and white was presented to our .
speaker, Mrs. Mercedes Thomas,
by Mrs. Jennie Henry. Our BARON'S NEW HOMES
_nm,_ mnm_n_ ..n_ n.n__.._ gracious Mistress of Ceremonywas
n-CC LETTERMEN AGAINST In Welch Memorial Stadium on Mrs. Doris Walker, chair 3 large bedrooms, 2 bath, Fla. room, garage
FAMU Willie Hannah from Saturday, Nov. 21 In Daytona man of the BookReviewHarvest St.
651 NW 47th St. 1921 NW 50th
Leesburg, Allen Wilson, Miami, Beach. Kicktoff time 2:30: p.m. Tea Committee.
John Knight Sanford, Carlton
Bethel Miami}, James Holdman, Many thanks to those who Open 3 to 5
Delray Beach, will play in the came, to the participants and
Bethune-Cookman College EVERY NITE! the Big Dance Committee, Mrs. 1835 NW 41st St.
Ella Cambridge, Mrs. Helen We build land homes
Wildcat FAMU Rattlers game The Hammond Organ is back buy or
Every nlte at the Sattelie Carr, Mrs. Margaret Darden, LARGE LOTS FOR SALE
Mrs. Geneva
Lounge FREDDIE GRANT entertains Henry, Mrs. Jen-
Sugar Ray Goes on the Hammond Or- nie Mrs.Henry, Mrs/! Marie Johnson, NEED MONEY? CALL JE 8.1340
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Ray Robinson, appearing In his l "Out of This World" interesting Sunday afternoon.
sixth fight in the last ten 3 BEDROOMS
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Frenchman Jean Beltritti. | DADE CAMERA CENTER
down. Low monthly payments. 1 FIIA mortgage. Call
Robinson, a 44-year-old for- Harry Denny to inspect these homes now.
mer world middleweight I I WHERE THE PRICE IS RIGHT
t champion from New York, was I
never in trouble as he outboxed | 1724 N. W 36th ST. MIAMI 42 rent tree in tills very nice duplex. Rent from one apt
'his 27-year-old opponent from pay expenses. Total price $12,500' with only $100 down.
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scaled 163 pounds. The victory LAYAWAY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS ,
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Next door to Jackson Byrons

r Business OpportunityLIQUOR Across the street from Miami Jackson High School
Easy to reach by North-South Exwy. or 36th Street Exwy. EDISON SpecialsOPEN

PACKAGE Excellent parking both front and rear of store. We V\Un,
STORE supply and satisfy your camera needs
SUNDAY 2:30 to 5:30 P.M.
Very Sick ._
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Must be sold immediately --- BUY NOW TO GET YOUR 1965 HOMESTEAD

Gall Maids in Miami average $35 per week EXEMPTION AND SAVE, 100's OF DOLLARSNO
Nightingale graduates earn
Philip Yagman 754-4484 81 NW 40th Street

$60-$80 A Week Only $66.88 month FHA for this spotlessly clean

18 Years of CBS home. Tile roof, dining room, large kitchen,
Responsible carport, fenced rear yard. $250 down.
Service to The Community Nightingale ladies are specialists in the 520 NW 45th Street

anu care.of.the sick and convalescent 3-bedYoom CBS, Fla. room. large lot (75x100). Tile
roof dining room, garage. $350 down FHA. $78.16
o NO MORE DRUDGERY month. Lovely street.

.but interesting and helpful work 4401 NW 15th Avenue 4 ,
3-bedroom, 2-bath, CBS, tile roof, on corner. ,$350
down FHA. Can also be used as duplex. Has two

Nightingale kitchens, two stoves, -two refrigerators. '9'
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THE QUALITY VERY FINEST : Miami Ave. 1760 NW 45th Street

,. N Extra large CBS home, 2 porches. 38 ft. carport.
Homes built on your lot ." Lovely equipped kitchen .
Phone'.377.0294. only $250' down FHA.
or ours. $10,500 total. '

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We Lovely CBS duplex on corner. Just like new, kitchen
demolish your old send full information
about equipped. 2-bedrooms
house your courses: side $16,500 FHA val-
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Good bank financing CBS home, dining room, large kitchen wall wall
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.'Licensed Insured I am Interested In ( ) Day ( ) Night ,

-888 PCT, r NE: 79th Street \ N 175 .62nd St. 751-2441 i .

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