The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: January 16, 1965
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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: UF00028321:00352

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'_ : JrA by former Florida Governor LeRoy Collinsto help him
run the Community Relations Service. \ ,

The CRS was establishe4 under'the Civil Rights Act -\

and was given the task to resolve racial disputes arising I
under the new law. '

MAYO Following the As an arm of the Commerce Department, the new

#, first registration of Negroesin err agency expects to have a total staff of 51, with a quarterof
Liberty County in mid- g3FIT ; them being Negroes.

December CORE is launch 1 Collins picked as his top trouble shooter, Dr. John A.
ing a voter campaign here in
Lafayette County, the only NKGKO and firs Griffin, former director of university relations and professor -
county in the state which unman to he come th of sociology at Florida State University.The .

still has no Negro regis major of Louisville, 1\)'., is 52-year-old Griffin, a native of Monroe, Go., andan
trants. real estate dealer Mrs. associate director for conciliation, will direct CRS ef-
This was announced by Louisa R '. She will
forts solve racial have arisen. He
Spiver Gordon to disputes once they
a CORE Task take when
Force Worker in the Florida over Sunday has been a I labor arbitrator for more than two decades.
Major William Cougcr and
Free Press, newsletter ofthe Aldermanic President Kenneth Thirtytwo-year-old Roger W. Wilkins, a Negro, was

voter registration northwestern campaign.Florida Sohmird are out of named headthe "fire prevention"division of the agency.

"CORE will aid the Negro town. Mrs. Reynolds is a As assistant director for community: action, Wilkins will
people of Lafayette Countyin member of the board of help communities organize to head c ff racial disputes before

their fight for freedom," aldermen and will\ terse as they begin.A .

he said. mayor through Tuesday.: I special assistant Foreign Aid Administrator David

MISSISSIPPI Marian Bell for the past two years, Wilkins was born in Kansas

Wright, right, legal intern of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund Author of "Raisin in City.

accepts one of "Mademoiselle" Magazine's 10 Annual Merit The other two Negroes are Samuel W. Allen, 47, who

awards-this one in behalf of the Mississippi Summer Projects the Sun" Dies 34 resigned as general counsel for the U.S. Information

Volunteers. Miss Wright, along with other Legal Defense at Agency, to be legal counsel for the CRS; and Abraham S.

Fund attorneys, have been active in defense of the Lorraine Ilansberry, 34, "Daddy felt he still did Venable, who was named to the CRS staff of field conciliators -
prize-winning author of "Rai n't have, his freedom In lids .
Mississippi student 'rights workers. Betsy Talbot Blackwell,
left "MadeaoUelle's"! editor-in-chief made sin in the Sun," tho first country," Mis.i Hansberrysaid. Richard H. Adams, 47, of Los Angeles, was pickedby
"One of the
play by a Negro woman ever reasons I
week in New York City. This is the 22nd consecutiveyear to be produced on Broadway, feel so free is that I feel that Collins to be the. agency's adMinistrative'officer.. He
that "Mademoiselle" has cited what it feels to be the died of cancer Tuesday in I belong to a world majority, was formerly evaluation director for the government's

nation's ten most promising young women.News( Voice International New York City. and a' very assertive one." accelerated Public Works Program
When "Raisin" the Married to music pub- .
Photo). lisher-8one>writer Robert
New York Critics' Circle
award as the "Best Play of Nemiroff- Miss i Hansberry Police Forced to 'I
the Year" Miss Hansberry had a long fight with cancer.:
8OOO Principals was only 28, and was .the She was under treatment at
youngest native American to University Hospital during rehearsals -
win such distinction. In 1961 for her latest play, Kill Mental PatientPolice I
to Convene atFontainebleau the filmed version of the play "The Sign in Sidney Brus- !'
won the Cannes Film Festivals tein's Window," which open- reported that a street.
special award. ed last Oct. 15. former mental patient was Robert Lee Call, 39, of
She was released from shot and killed Friday nightas 14780 Polk St., a maintenanceman
the hospital for the opening, he attempted to attack a for the Miami Herald,
but, returned for the last Sheriff's deputy with a screwdriver was identified as the dead
School president of Harvard Uni time 17.Because.
principals from Oct. on a Richmond Heights
versity and former U.S. High _._._ man.Deputy
across the nation will zero ------ -- George Gibson reported -
in on educational problems Commissioner for Germany. to Homicide Detective
here next week in a five-day Dr. Conant will remain' in y New Orleans Bias Loses H.L. Singer that he fired a
meet studded with outstanding Miami for three days of con- 1 shot in the air when Call
speakers. sultation with educators of started toward him with what
Addressing opening* day the Dade County school I Pro All-Star Game looked like a knife. Then he _
sessions of the National system. shot him in the thigh, the
Association of Secondary. The convention hotel- some of the of ,AFL owners, also moved third shot hitting Call in the
Miami Beach's
School Principals' 49th con- Fontaine- .r< white business placds in from New Orleans, was sche- chest.
vention Saturday Jan. 16, bleau. Convention Chairman New Orleans refused change duled to start Wednesday and After Call had chased
will be Henry Cabot Lodge, Miami Hal Black Senior, principal I of their segregated 'ways, the will run three days. two deputy constables who
former U.S. Ambassador to High School. -- -- -- American Football League Ernie Warlick of Buffalo, had gone to serve a warranton
Viet Nam and Senator J. recordbreaking Miss Hansberry once said; All-Star game on Monday spokesman for the protesting his son,Gibson was calledto
William Fulbright chairmanof 8,000 advance registrations "Maybe because we haw the Senate Committee on already in. much to say,we start earlier. city and moved to Houston, New Orleans saying, "be- Call was formerly a patient
Foreign Relations BURNED WOMAN DIESA The thing I tried to show was where racial problems are cause of adverse conditionsand at South Florida State
New York's Representative Cficunut Rmnm n the many graduations in even discriminatory practices Hospital at Hollywood.
Adam Clayton Powell died Monday in Jackson one Negro family, the clash less.The game will be at 2 experienced by Negro players
will wind up the convention Mcmoiial Hospital I.M I. of the old and the new, but p.m. (EST) Saturday Jep- while here in New Orleans
Wednesday, Jan. 20 unreel- ,-,,. Veronica Adams, !54, most of all, the unbelievable pesen Stadium, site of the the players feel they cannot
ing the "Role of Educationin of 3184 Douglas Rd, a fouiicr courage-of the Negro people." HoiDton Oilers'games in the perform 100 per cent as ex- Negro on
the War Against Poverty." mental I patient, suffricr Chicago, where she was AFL. A scheduled meeting pected in the All-Star game
Featured during the important bums over 40 per cent of her born, is the setting of the and be treated differently."
meet will be messages liody Jan. :5 when he doused play. She said her father wasa They complained that, MelbourneZoning
by James Bryant her clothing with i keio'ene dedicated civil rights Teenage some players went to nightclubs l
Conant widely known author fighter. with white and
. _, and set it afire police said. players
- some places refused to admit
Bvsrider Shot; Negroes but invited the Board a

Roosevelt is Fastest Growing white that players.several They French."tended i

Doesn't Know Quarter night spots refusedto MELBOURNE, Fla. \
Savings & Loan in County admit Negroes entry\and (NPl--Lee Richardson has I
A sixteen-year-old youth that taxi drivers' refusal of become the first Negro to
a felt a pain Sunday when he service delayed some playersat serve on a city board other
or the entire county and per-
A report of the 17 sav- increase New Orleans International than the
interracial 'Com
201.8% at the haps in the entire South- boarded a bus at N.W 12th
ings and loan associationsin end of 1964. west. Ave. and 54th St., and as he Airport an hour after their mittee. He was among 11
Dade County for theyear sat and looked down he saw arrival. Melbourne residents appointed
1964 shows the The 1963 savings totalled Income from January 1 blood trickling down his The Negro players, who at a special commission
Roosevelt Savings and $1,823,00 but shot up to through Dec. 1964 was make up about 40 per centofthe meeting last Dec. 10.
Loan Association away $4,874,000 or 167.4% Increase $333,073.67 and expendi- legs.When Don squad, started leaving
out In front In rate of in 1964.Roosevelt's Ferguson got
tures for the same period after a hastilly called meet-
off the bus at 2333 N.W. Richardson, Max Fundom,
growth. Loan Portfolio $82,988.45.The 72nd St., and told someone ing with game sponsors. AFL William Mead, and William
The breakdown Is, shows an increase of association has approximately trouble, it was discovered Commissioner Joe Foss an Ponder were named to serve
county-wide: $3,202,314.17; savings Increase 400 loan accounts that he had a .38 caliber nounced the game would be two terms on the planningand i
Increased assets 82% or was $3,089,854.80, on record and ap- slug lodged in his left hip. elsewhere and said he did not zoning board. The ap-
$124.3 .million. and assets increased $4- proximately 3,700 savings He told Sheriffs Deputy blame the players for with- pointments became effec-
055,859.18. accounts.At Robert Jones at Jackson drawing. Jan. 1 and the new members '
Savings 10.4
gained or Memorial Hospital that he Mayor Victor Schiro of were sworn in during a meet- ,
million These increases show ,
the end of December, didn't know how it happened. New Orleans said the Negroes ing last Thursday "" ,
setsst airRoosevelt Roosevelt and
1964 there have "rolled with
were only should
Loan Association as the He just felt a pain when he Richardson is an electromechanical -
assets eight slow loans with no the punch" and played the ,
grew fastest growing savingsand sat in the bus. Ferguson was designer for
from $2,050,000 In 1963 to loan association In property repossessed. listed in fair condition. game anyway. Radiation, Inc.


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%,, a,' 1 New Era Predicted if Johnson CarriesWASHINGTON 1-1I

t I i it I -NPI( )-Optinists on the racial question \L Out Proposals J

I I foresee a new era for Negro*Americans, if President Lyndon
Baines Johnson is successful the program he outlined in

.. S 1 his State of the Union message to Congress. nlflconce "
Some observers went beyond the actual words spokenby "The first step, he' continued, "Is to break old pat.
aLiTW the President and pointed to his short,but impressive record terns, to begin to think, plan" and work for the developmentof
in the field of civil rights.In entire metropolitan areas.
the racial area, what Johnson actually proposed was At I least one Interpreter of the President's message
ttE I the elimination of "every obstacle to the right and the felt that Mr. Johnson was referring to open occupancy when
Y opportunity to vote..." and to "open for all Americans the he said that "we must also make important changes In
housing programs, if we are to pursue these goals."
opportunities now enjoyed by most Americans.
Mr. Johnson said that the nation must "throw open This interpretation was based on Johnson's call for a
opportunity to Negro Americans, through enforcement of the "department of housing and "urban development..to spear.
civil rights law and elimination of barriers to the right to head this effort in our cities.
vote." The department of urban affairs was first proposed by
t rA One southern Senator interpreted President's remark President Kennedy and it was common knowledge that if

as a prelude to new civil rights legislation this year, especially Congress had approved it, a Negro would have headed it.
t in the area of voting. White House insiders sold that Mr. Johnson will namea
aTHE There were some civil rights proponents, however, who Negro to the Cabinet-level post if Congress creates it.
Y felt that Mr.Johnson had not gone far enough. One Chicagoan In the portion of his speech which prompted optimistic
said there was "nothing new" in the proposals.On remarks from civil rights leaders, President Johnson said:
the other hand, a Midwest leader said, that every "One hundred years ago, in 1865, following a terrible
domestic program proposed by Johnson would help improve; test of blood and fire, the compact of union was
the lot of the nation's Negro population.In sealed.
backing this claim, he noted that the War on Poverty, "For a second century, we labored to establish a unityof
which the President wants doubled, has much more potcn- purpose and interest among the many groups which make

': --' -< A country. "That struggle has often brought pain and violence.It .

DISCOTHEQUE INFLUENCE AT FAMU Miss, Jonyce The Johnson proposal to spend $1.5 billion would be is not yet over. But we have achieved a unity of interest
Maycock, a senior majoring in speech and drama at Florida of incomparable value to drop-outs, students who lack fundsto among our people unmatched in the history of freedom.
A&M University, exemplifies the "discotheque" influence in continue their education and those who attend schools "And now, in 1965, we begin a new quest for union
coed fashions as she trims a holiday tree in a FAMU women'sdormitory. which are inferior because of racial considerations.In We seek the unity of man with the world he has built, with
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Maycock for of his, speech, Mr. Johnson asked for extension of the the knowledge that can save or destroy him, with the cities
6910 N.W. 6th Ct., Miss Maycock writes a fashion column
minimum wage to more than 2,000,000 persons who are now which can stifle or stimulate him.
the FAMUAN, student newspaper and is a member of the 65 unprotected. Many of Hlese are Negroes in service jobs. "We seek to establish a harmony between man and
RATTLER (yearbook) staff. Scheduled to graduate in April, One of the things proposed was "further efforts to pro society which will allow each of us to enlarge the meaningof
coed is member of the FAMUPlaymakers
the "discotheque" conscious a vide our'Workers with tthe skills demanded by modem tech- his life and all of us to elevate the quality of o<. member of the 1964 MADE.
Guild and served as a
nology, for the laboring man is an indispensable force in zcrtion."
MOISELLE College Board. the American economy."

Another proposal which would have
-- experts say tremendous
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all, Negroes are taking over the big cities," said one Subscribe now to the Miami Times. Mailed any-

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President Johnson said, "In our areas, cen

t, _. tral problem is to protect and restore man's satisfaction in
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_XE""U"" '_ THE, _MIAMI m TIMES, Saturday, January 16, 1965 3

NAACP Members i'a ... ,

Exceed __
450,000 ; -- ... ..
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NEW YORK Memberships in the Notional Associationfor ars h

the Advancement of Colored People totaled 452,423 as of .

Dec. 18, 1964, Gloster B. Current, the Association's direc /'
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tor of branches and field administration, reported at the '

NAACP annual meeting here, Monday, Jan. 4.

This total, Mr. Current said, nay be increased by from
10,000! to 15,000 when memberships received in the National

Office during the last two weeks of December are folly tabu .
lated. yr

Included in the total .
are 360,000 branch memberships; _
65,000 in college chapters and youth councils; nearly 16,000( -

life large.members and subscribers, and nearly 11,000 membershipsat \ !

Chicago with 24,000 members is the country's largest ;: ...

NAACP branch followed by Detroit with 21,740. Other large

branches include Cleveland, 16,900; Philadelphia, 12,500; _

Baltimore, 9,400; Washington, D.C., 9,065; Pittsburgh, 8,475; Jj

New York (Upper Manhattan), 7,915; Brooklyn, 6,323; Memphis '\ Y
6,300; Cincinnati, 5,200; and St. Louis, 5,100. t ,'..... e__ ) "'.!... -_ ..oJL_d J'1i".
The cutback in membership last year, much of it in the r .._. _"",...1w";, ,, ...'. '-. \
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large cities, may be "accounted for by the fact that NAACP \ Q : 1'1 (
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community leaders were involved in such major activities as ,

as lobbying for passage of the civil rights bill and in voter t '.r 3k 1 _. C't:;.. ck., j ,, r.t

registration and get-out-the-vote Mr. Current
said. Also, he pointed out, "some of the larger brancheswere
engaged in the promotion of the NAACPsponsoredclosed William Reed, guard at the Miami Post Office, retires Mr. Reed began his government. career in the old Miami.

circuit television I i spectacular during the spring' after 38 years of government service Postmaster E.M. Post Office located at 51 N.E. lit Avenue, in 1926, under
months." Dvnlap announced today. Postmaster Johrt Gardner. He is retiring after 38 years of

NAACP branches throughout the country, Mr. Current reported "Bill", as he is known to many of the postal patrons faithful service. Mr. Dunlap is the eighth postmaster "Bill"

were engaged during the year in a wide range of program and the Miami postal employees, started to work for the'post has served under.It .

activities including political action, school desegregation office October 10,1924, as a temporary employee. He did not is my fondest desire to catch up on my fishing, Mr.

testing access to public accommodations, opening up receive credit for this first year and a half service towards Reed said, when presented a new fishing rod and cook-out

new job opportunities, working for open occupancy patterns his retirement pension because was not career employee.Mr. stove by the postal employees.Mr. .
in housing, breaching racial barriers in health facilities, investigating Reed has served under eight postmasters during his 38 William Reed lives at 2016 Washington Avenue, Opa

the causes and seeking to end riots in northern years of government service, the postmaster said. Locka, Florida, with his wife and grandchildren.

cities.Despite "violence, oppression and murder" in Mississippi r .;;; Whit Slayer of Negro ,. :'' : ;: : Shots Fired Into CORE 0.

Mr. Current reported that some progress was made in II
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Jackson downtown stores and reestablishment of Negro- ::* ._: .. .. W'''' < ) :.., ,
white A Criminal Court jury QUINCY Less than bullets came close to enter-
communications in several cities. on baby's mother the night he
three weeks after ing the room where the two
"Dr. Aaron NAACP state president and Charles Tuesday acquitted Robert died.
Henry ,
local office CORE volunteers had been
Wilson Glaesner, 35, and Jeannette Gardner, the was set aflame,
Evers, state field director, embattled, but undaunted, con- white,of manslaughter in the child's mother, and her sister 15 shots were fired by night- standing.As .
tinued to give courageous leadership to the struggle in that fatal beating of his Negro Murlyn Johnson, testified that raiders into the CORE com- in the case of the fire,

s ate., The NAACP branches, a consittuent organization !inOOFO girlfriend's infant son, and they found the baby dead in munity center here. At first, the Safety Department launched of. Public
(Council of Federated Organizations) cooperated with he Glaesner walked out denied a free strikingthe man. its bassinet at 9:15 a.m.:, and CORE Daniels volunteers and Jimmy Sidney Card, gation, but without an results.
the made facilities available for that Glaesner informed them The U.S. Department of Justice
summer project, two-month old baby. On of the death. who were in the building,
and interceded for facilities for schools in some cities." the verge of tears he testified Glaesner reportedly deser- mistook the shots for fireworks has been urged to supply "
"1 cared too much for ted his wife I and children. The bullet holes were increased protection for
him to hurt him." discovered'later. One of the civil rights workers in this
During the early morningof area.

last Sept. 28, accordingto
testimony, Glaesner was
alone with the baby in a duplex -
at 607 N.W. 75th Street.
lie said someone must have

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door to inflict three fatal ( "' .Ico\.r.; .d. .. .. ....,"'' ."......, _,,,.,,'....'...''. ,,
head wounds on tiny Robbie
Andre Glaesner. The child
was given the defendant'sname I : "_ fltL' en C.etfe.qa'
I at birth but was fatheredby
another man, both sides NOW !
testified.A PAYING
detailed, written con-
fession in which he told of
beating the baby in attemptto ,. i
/ stop its crying, was re- E 40/
pudiated at the trial by
Glaesner. II: said he gave r I '
the confession to Miami I .
Detective Robert Gow only :
because he was promised a compounded quarterly ,

lighter charge and becausehe ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
was exhausted and des-
pondent.I R. effective .
actually didn't care January 1, 1965
I what happened to me and '
I still don't Glaesner said. ; STATEMENT OF CONDITION ;
FLORIDA'S, GOVERNOR AT FAMU Governor Haydo Assistant State Attorney
Burns (left) is greeted by Dr. George W. Gore Jr., presidentof David Goodhart pointed out eu of dote of butincn December, 1964 I
that Glaesner's blue
Florida A&M and Coach Jake Gaither sport
University, during shirt, taken from a clothes ASSETS LIABILITIES

his visit to the Governor's Inaujural Ball at Florida A&M. hamper at the duplex, was C..ddu..a"U. .............. $....,n2.4 Dtmanddrpotili" .... ||,.)f,3IMS f
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natural father, told UntorntddiKOunt ..................... 21077,7
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MIAMI TIMES. Saturday January 16. 1965

Inter-American Center. A $22 million loan Phil OssoferI

s from the federal government is being pro- am reading a most interesting
cessed for development of the 680 acre site on and informativebook

PWmJ the bayfront. Opening date is set for the lat- titled "On Being In-
-= -. -. -- ter part of 1967. telligent," by Ashley Mon-

IL E. 8IGISNUND KKRVU8-, KMitor and Pnbll r tagu, a noted anthropologist.In .
GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor a chapter called "You
SCHOOLS WARNEDPublic and Human Rights" he com-
Member ol the National Newspaper PablUher AMocUUoa the false
SUBSCRIPTION RATES high schools in five Florida counties tenets pletely of racism. A

ONE YEAR $&.oo SIC MONTHS $34)0 FOREIGN WBatorvd have been warned they will lose their accredi- He states that all men are

M Second Chen Matter,Amgvtt 9, 1W7 at the Pout OfflcaM tation unless they correct their weaknesses by of one single species, and BRIGT!
MUml, Florida, tader the act of March 8, 18TtMala next fall.Counties. that racists have distortedthe
of the word
Office at 740 N.W. 13th AvenatH-Phone OX -$U1 so warned are : Escambia (Pensa- meaning of NEW
"race" to cover groups
DowBtowm Office: 1112 N.W. 3rd Arena Phone FR 3-S3SM cola)
Hillsboro ) Lee Ft. )
; (Tampa ; ( Myers ; individuals who claim a

"CREDO OF TilE NEGRO PRESS" Volusia (Daytona Beach) common bond in "blood" or FUTUilEI
The NEGRO PRESS hellerea that America can beet lead the to distinguish them
Schools in almost county have been ancestry
world front racial and national antagonlam when It accord to every all other individuals.
ovary ran recnrdleM or race, creed or color his human and advised that they do not meet the standards from dif-
legal right Hating no man fearing no man the Negro PTOMtrtroa <,{' tinnth* r.! .-\-':ocir.tion of Colleges and They judge by cultural
to help every man In the firm belief that all mem are ferences, a false criterion.
hart a* long aa anyone la held back. Schools. The physical differencesthat
Dade County has schools on the advised list, exist are the result of
fI1vEXPRESSWAY RENEWALThe but none on the more seriously advised list. successful attempts at evo- .
lutionary adaption in a given
North-South Expressway program has environment, without which
changed the appearance of some parts of our Ye Editor extends best wishes to Miami's man would have become extinct
first integrated newspaper The Indepen- like the dodo. The differences the benefits of a

city.You drive up sixth avenue from 14th to dent, edited and published by Hendrik J. intellectual in attitudes temperament and, better job :Now!
29th Streets, practically all buildings on the cultural behavior betweenthe Are you tired of low-
west side have been demolished. One on Sixth The Independent made its bow to the pub- Negroes and whites are paying menial jobs?

Ave., between 14th and 17th Street i s being lic on Thursday, January 14. not inborn, but a result of As a graduate of

held as an office. environment, indicating that Miami Business College ).
those, regardless of coloror
It's the same on Sixth Court. birth, who are placed in you will take
The Renewal Agency is headed by Edwin the environment,wquld
growing move to have the most recently same your place as a vital
Tucker, while Ronald Fine is chairman of a elected Negro Congressman, John adapt in the same way. part of the business
Mr. maintainsthat
nine-member committee.The Conyers Jr., Democrat of Michigan, named to because Montagu whites still world. More !
Renewal plan calls for the gov- the important retain pay
Urban judiciary committee is one that more pigment (that More
ernment to buy property, clear it and sell the should receive nationwide support. darkening substance which security More
land to private interests under conditions that protects man against sun of the things that
the new development fits modern living pat- Conyers, the sixth Negro serving in this Con- and heat) in their hands, make life worth living
terns. gress, has the background and experience to faces and feet, their ances- Call today and
lend that insight and depth of understanding tors originated in a hot cli-
It's a $12,000,000 project, the Federal gov- essential to the strength of this most impor- mate. He says: "There is find out for yourself

ernment furnishing most of the money. tant committee. The son of a pioneer labor every reason to believe that how you can tart

Appraisal of more than 600 pieces of prop- leader, Conyers combines immense and this was somewhere in Africa training for a careeras
energy and that they (who were
erty have been made and the first acquisitionis dedication with an excellent legal background.He to become light-skinned) migrated : Stenographer, Secretary

expected in the not distant future. to, the, cooler climesof Bookkeeper,
was educated in the Detroit school
sys- Europe and Asia."
tem, and in the Motor Accountant, Clerk
POLITICALPresident City he received his He ies on to refute the
A.B. and LL.B. degrees: After passing the deeply-ingrained belief of Typist.
Johnson is making good his prom- State bar he entered private practice and received racists that the Negro is
ise. He has sent to Congress for considerationan extensive experience as legislative closer to the ape than the a Civil Sen'iceTraining

educational program for public and private sistant to Congressman John D. Dingell. Later as- white man. To quote: "If we
schools that would rest: 1.56 billion.: he served as a referee in the take as our criterion of ad-'
Michigan Work-
What the Congress will do about it remainsto men's Compensation vancement, the fact of being e Day or Night
bureau, a position he held furthest removed from con- Classes
be seen. until he resigned in order to conduct his successful ditions exhibited by the exis

The program emphasizes consideration for campaign for Congress, which was his ting manlike apes, gorillas e Special Payment
children of low income families. first bid for elective political office. and the chimpanzees, then
the Plane
. Negrd'ismore advanced
This will provide for college
Snow Grigsby of Detroit than the white. You will find
scholarships, books, libraries, laboratories, pre- affiliated with the National, for mnny years that the hair of the manlike Free Job Placement!

school programs and grants to state agencies.The Postal Employees in various and Association of apes is lank, the lips thin Service
po- and the bodies profusedly
big event now talked about is the Inau- sitions, initiated the move for Conyers to the covered with hair. In all .
guration to be held January 20. President judiciary committee. these characteristics the i.i t ds

Johnson's announcement that he will not wear whites stand nearer to the
the accustomed top hat and formal dress has Grigsby in launching his campaign, pointed ape than the Negro." s #
out that there has never been a Negro on As far as I am concerned,
been discussed by many, pro and con. this committee in the entire history of Con- there it is, spelled out in 1/1/
Ye Editor is one of the many admirers of areas and asserted that "leaders of the Democratic black and white. This should I i
our President, but this i is one time he does not party, the labor serve notice to the racist z
movement, the minis-
see like him. He hopes for this most outstand- try and other interested that by trying to make an
parties in Detroit all ape out of the Negro, he is
ing event in the history of the administrationat 'jj-
agree Canyers is
particularly fitted for only making a monkey out .
the White House, President Johnson will this assignment." of himself. 1ti

change his mind and wear the most formal trot...
garb possible. Congressman Conyers has spent considerable
time In Mississippi and other southern states Letter to Editor!

Former Governor Farris Bryant's name will and by these experiences first hand obser-

I remain in the news. It's reported he has hiseyes vation the young congressman has developed W85 nathgah' \uMrunx >
on Senator GecSmheta': eat and an awareness that would be invaluable in N.Y.
will be his opponent comes 1968. However, considerations of the judiciary committee regarding (''i i'dilution Manager
that's three Senator Smathershas matters of vital national The( Miami Time.
years away, so import. '!lam I. Fla.

plenty of time to breath freely. The appointment of Conyers to the Judiciary Dear Sli':

Florida's Representative Claude Pepper, a committee would do much to balance this Being ,\ former Mlamlw ,
all-important unit of the the Miami Times
: House playsan
staunch supporter of Medicare, has introduced thereby ex-
pediatfnR the Important part in
legislation that would permit widows to come !before it. Moreover many crucial measures that IIf:. I look forward to MIAMI
remarry and not be deprived of their Social that committee: his membership to and enjoy reading the
Security benefits. Looking at this proposition, would not only be an invaluable i- Time every week. It BUSINESS
to future Congressional keeps me |>o ste even without much thought, it seems to be deliberations COLLEGE
but to the progress of the Negro I is!' doing: In MIami -
something worthwhile. Ye Editor believes it America and it, also brings
will receive favorable consideration. Those be- me closer to home. 1 was lit 8. MIAMI AVE.MIAMI

yond 62 years who would like to be married, NAACP launches Tri-Stal. in Miami t'hi past Christ- FA.

would certainly welcome such a law, provid- um. Phone 377-0294

ing they do not lose their social security bene- PollTax ,Payment Campaign Many of my friends attempted -
fits. to Inform me of
The National Associationfor out the three states. the many news Items* I
'. that had I
occurred since I
Governor Burns' series of InaugurationBalls Advancement of Besides NAACP branchesand
was last in Miami. It W
Colored People was sche- youth councils in the tit i I
has been quite successful. Thousands in duled to kick off its first area, other organizations gave me great pleasureto ", I iI I 04:
each city attended. Many Miamians attending larg scale are say, "Yes, I know. I oS: ; ''I
voter registrationeffort lining up in support of the read it In the Times" u I ,
spoke pleasingly of the event. of the year, Sunday, NAACP drive, Mr. Patton .o _
Jan. 10, with a drive to get said. Yours truly, o .c I.

The Metro Commission, at its Tuesday great numbers of Negroes to lie also revealed that, in Carl Murray o .f aZ I.
pay their poll taxes in the Texas the NAACP is calling .E W
meeting, took over the Municipal courts and states of Texas, Mississippi, upon officials to appoint a iiiiniuimiiiiiuiiiitniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiituiiii ] W

approved a county-wide penal code. Seven and Alabama. large number of Negroes as ,,c.u.Y. tit
commissioners favored the take-over. Two On that day, dubbed. deputy poll tax collectors in 1330 NW 68th Terr. =- ,c Oil :S u
"Poll Tax Emphasis Day," order that they :J 0 I
were against it. may set up 2-story CBS E -
ministers and other religious stations in their local "Do I
The cities are not at all pleased about clos- leaders have been asked to munities for collecting com-the 0 rooms 2 baths : -. >o. W

ing their courts. Miami Vice-Mayer Sidney urge the people to pay their poll tax. ronifilrU-ly furnished c QTHE : o
Aronovitz said Metro was moving toward a poll taxes Final date for hn n1U'ul1(' ... Jjl, .l g j: o'a u
merger without the right of selfdetermination payment of the tax in Texas Although payment of a invratmrnt I II $ Q
and not levelling off with the public. and Alabama Mississippi (is Jan. 31; poll tax in order to vote in a MAKE OFFERAt
Feb. 1. Federal election has been
Metro will adopt new or amended city lawsas W.C. Patton NAACP outlawed by the 24th Amendment $19,100
part of the uniformed penal code. However, southern voter registrationfield to the U.S. Constitution, 6lltljC lo Ml ii
" the city promised a fight in court. director, who announcedthe Texas Mississippi and Owner---- 7503812Broker
campaignsaid thousandsof Alabama, along with Virainia 36 1-531 !

Proponents of Interama report that plansare pieces of literature urging and Arkansas, still require KEY:" > :, T":
full payment of poll taxes the tax payment tot>te in '
progressing for the completion of Dade's are being circulated through state contests. Jan. 301I1111U111.IIIIJUIIIIDUIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUI

THE MIAMI TIMES'uSaturday, January. 16., 1965 5
Sundlay at St. James AME Church will be 6,500 r ; Attend ',\ :><.I The proceeds from the .

"Annie Woolen's Day." Mrs. Wooten, a pio- Governor'aInaugural '. ,. / balls will be used as a
neer Liberty City citizen, had been superin- : : scholarship foundation to
tendent of the church's Sunday School for over ', :Ball. send worthy younsters to

35 years. Many of her Sunday School "child AlAnit 6,500, <*Miamians college.A formal. grand march

ren" and members of St. James will pay homage turned out Saturday nightto led by Governor and Mrs.
to this Christian woman. attend the fifth of the Burns, officially openedthe

well wishes to Delores Colebrook Bethel Congratulation to Mr. and Mrs. Charles series balls honoring of s 1 x Florida's inaugural ball. They were trailed -

who is on the mend after being injured in an Jordan on the blue bundle of joy they are new Governor Haydon bers by, their state wives cabinet, Supreme mem- ;

automobile accident.Mrs. cuddling.We Burns. Court justices and other

Arimintha Wallace has returned to were saddened to learn of the death along An Integrated with the Governor's rlilm Other ita ries.halls were staged

the city after a vacation in Nassau, Bahamas. Tuesday of Lorraine Hansberry, author of the 115-member travelling during the week at Tallahassee -
well known "Raisin In The Sun' party, danced and drank Tampa, Orlando
Congratulations to Louise Reynolds, first Negro orange Juice, etc., at the send Jacksonville. The last

as well as the first woman to become the Mrs. Hazel Ryder of New York visited rela- the$10 Miami admission Beach affair Conven-a t was Pensacola.held Monday night in

mayor of Louisville, Ky. Mrs. Reynolds is a tives in Miami. Hazel was the houseguest of tion Hall
member of the board of aldermen and served Earline Rogers and Wylie Robinson.
the full term Sunday, Jan. 10 through Tues- w:W ".t ;.o'f".> ,
day, Jan. 12 while the mayor and aldermanic Last weekend Earline Rogers went to De- ,'
land to visit with her sister Mazie Brown and 'I. M
president were out of the city. ,. HAIR DOESN'T GROW?
sister-in-law F. of Larchmont
Mary Rogers ,, .
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Among those seen at Governor Haydon N DANDRUFF?
Burns' Scholarship Inaugural Ball were: Dr. Y.Mr
and Mrs. John McGriff of Washington,
Von Mizell, Mr. and Mrs. C. Ratciffe, Dr: and ITCHY SCALP?
recent houseguests of Mary J. McCoy.
Mrs I. P. Davis, Earl Carrol, Charles Lock- were ',;;, FALLING HAIR.?
hart, Charles North, W. O. Perry, Dr. G : W : Mrs. Frances B. Adderly'' of Delray Beach 1V<'f"
Hawkins and Mr. and Mrs. Elco Cobar. has returned from Nassau where she spent '; 'i. \

Mrs.Vera Dean wishes to announce the mar the Christmas holidays. ": IIERR Js} Hip i I

riage of her daughter, Bloneva "Blondie" to' Nurse Boleyn Strachan arrived) from Nassau ,t4 \ .
Johnnie Johnson. The ceremony was performed Tuesday as guest of her aunt, Mrs. M.

on the 13th of January.Mr. Johnson and to visit other relatives. She re- USE
turned home Thursday.. Nurse Strachan spent j i(-
and Mrs. Theodis+ Hence had as their
the"past 11 years in Glasgow, Scotland, where *,
houseguest Mrs. Edna Daniels of New Smyrna NUKAIRINP ..
Beach. she studied nursing and worked as graduatenurse l'

at the Royal Infirmary. She specialized tj .i.,: CONDITIONING I CREAM
Get well wishes to Geneva Bethel and
in tuberculosis and fevers in the larger units, ? J
Louise Roberts. in of the Labor Ward of the ;
Mayor Robert High has proclaimed the EDH' and Belvidere Maternity Unit up to the YOUR MONEY BACKNUICAIR4]
week of January 17 as Greater Miami Print- time she returned to the Bahamas Dec. 20. ;

ing Week. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harcourt )

Isadore Mizell, his attractive wife and darl- Strachan, and will serve at the Princess Mar- t ,

ing two-month old baby are visiting from garet Hospital. I
Washington, D. C. While here the couple, Is highly mediated to help retarded hair growth

few along days with in Mrs.the sun Mizell's at Nassau.sister, will spend a SGT. AND MRS. JESSE L. NASH have (s: and give you fast relief of Dandruff, Itchy Scalpl]

moved into their luxurious $50,000 home on i and
Falling Hair. Ask for it as favorite
Receiving awards fo common place to Bob- NW 61st St. next door to the J. O. Browns. I your

by Hayes now, but on Tuesday, two more were beauty salon or drug store.A .
added to this collection University Club THE BIG NAME STARS are begiining to ;;.
Award is the state's top amateur athlete in track descend on Miami. Dick Gregory opens at the j' Three Month Supply Only $1.50 .
La Bistro this week while the Ink .
Spots are at
and recognition as Florida's top amateur athlete o!
of 1964.Marguerite. the new Officers Club on U. S. 1 across from .{l fi 1 NU-KAIR sJ-ARGE NU-KAIR !
the Cutler Ridge Shopping Center. PRES6 89t C.
Ward Davis of Raleigh, N. C. : CREAM =,0 BERGAMOT

visited relatives here recently THE SPORTSMEN CLUB will forsake Bay- .:
front Park this year and hold its anniversary t SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH PRODUCTS \

Ball at Clyde TKillens' Island Club. Frank J 1293 N.W. SECOND AVENUE. PHONE 754-6201 si
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sawyer (Clarice)
Williams Rocketeers will furnish the music. {
host 'j .
to numerous friends at their annual party.Each ,""", Vt
"!.,,"..wr t J
year the_ affair seems even more enjoyable -
if that's possible. Bill and Clarice Personal Mention
spare no pains to make it an event of the season .*P.... .................
Mrs. Sarah P. Jacksonof
Nancy Pate is down from 'Detroit for the Hampton House Motel &
winter, avoiding Jack Frost and the Snow Villas last weekend. A
Man. winner of a contest pro- ,, .
motion b y Ocala's Radio 'H ; tAl ,t
Johnalie Johnson entertained1 MRS members Station WKOS Mrs. '- -
on Saturday evening at the fame Chesa- Jackson enjoyed a week-
peake Seafood House. end for two at the Hampton : ," Qw

This week-end's relaxation should prove no The House.wife of demon L. RENTAL

puzzle but just a matter of chance On Friday Jackson, mother of three 4 :
the Rinkeydinks are going Oriental to en- children and grandmothero
tertain at their Scholarship Dance. Dick f seven children Mrs.
you ,
Jackson still finds time to t
Gregory will play Le Bistro. Mary Poppins be Secretary of the Choirat AGENCY INC.THE ..
opens at local theaters. "A funny thing hap- her Church, the Pro- .
pened on the way to the Forum" is at the Co- pressive Union Baptist
Church in Ocala wella
Grove and Leslie Uggams as
conut Playhouse
s Corresponding Secre- COLLECTION AND RENTAL
opens in the Casanova Room of the Deauville.Get tary of the Second Bethle- LARGEST _
hem Association and Registrar
Well Wishes to Angenoria Paschal, re- of the B.T.U. and- AGENCY_ IN THE. SOUTH, .OPERATING. J IN-
cently confined to the hospital, but now at Sunday School Congress.A HON. L. L. BROOKS
home. native of Marion County DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES.
she attended school at PRESIDENT
Hurry back from Baptist Hospital to Mrs. Fessenden Academy.
Emma (Bill) McBride who underwent sur- GEORGE P. HARTH, GENERAL MANAGER
Mrs. Mattie Sawyer +
gery Wednesday. who has been sick duringthe 'N'1><.
Gamma Zeta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kap- .
Is on the mend. Her two r I
pa Alpha is observing Founder's' Day on sisters, Mrs. Yulie B. King + :.: ; 10,000. HOUSING UNITS ,'.. '' ; ,.
and Mrs lima L. Jones of ',- t
Sunday at Church of the Open Door. Aurora 4
Stuart, Fla., came to see
Crawford is basileus of our local chapter. ,her. Also Mrs. M. Weltersof + Bonded also has employment service at main office t

Sincere sympathy to Sarah Cherry Clora Key West, Michael
4150 N.W. 7th Avenue
Mingo, her grandson; Mr. :
Pearsall, Geneva Love, Herbert Cobb in the Oscar Roberts and family r
loss of their loved ones. from Goulds; her son; A full time public relations department to assist you in solving your problems: ..
Verdel Stevenson and + Plus a fleet of cars giving d-ior to door service for tenants convenience I
Leonard Rahming and daughter, Helen husband Wilbut Sr., and .
On and
nights, Sundays emergency service call PL 9-8733 "
Thomas of New Jersey are visiting in our city. children were very nice I
to her.

Mr. and'' Mrs. J. R: Taylor were hosts to a Miss Maxine Stevenson i L MAIN OFFICE-- J

group of Senior Citizens last Saturday at their who, was home fromFAMUwasverysweet 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9-8733

home.Percival "Billy" Saunders, a former Miamian God to her bless grandmother.you all throughthis May +Vandalism done by a few It expensive to all. Please help us stop this unnece..ary.H.

who calls Boston home, was down for the perilous New Year is C.A. Lockhort, Public Relations Director

holidays our prayer.
Wishes extended to Mattie Sawyer 11 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU ,
Happy Birthday are Opa-locka

Stephanie Harrison, Canon Charles Cooper, 17325 Homestead Ave.
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Isabell Rhima says get Opa-locka
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saying "thank you" to the many friends who class of 1955 are asked to. t .. .
meet at the school Thursday
were so kind at the death of her husband, Her Jan 21 at 8 o'clock)

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'CII.rn, O> 06&aa.II.___.____- _.. THE MIAMI' TIMES Saturday, January 16, 1965 1r

puss lob "'>>' 'M>> : r ...
People .U Corps Program ." TRIP; : ,h::
> ;f : Vacation consult u 1 f rtJTTTY41
.. or
''fh., '/; t"" :. >' ,. "/"'.<
I Places. Gets UnderwayThe .< '',.!9'< > ""'"",< ,NORTH'SAVEL -

l T1 D'. Job "<:',_;,:..k. T. .K.' ; J ,' .BUREAUMR.
Things Corps Program, General Evans said the A P
,, a nationwide effort to Job Corps is aimed specifically -
II help poor youngstersfind at one million .
1J. Cooper u nlohe for them young people who have
MR. E. E. DAVIS, printer, philosopher linguist selves, ''got underway in not completed secondary ;"
Dade County at 3.30: p.m. education and who have
,.and a demon on events current and past, Thursday, Jan. 7. not been able to find sat- 1t'1- LI
who is rated by us as second only to Yours General E. A. Evans, local isfactory employment.Evans .
Truly ,in these categories, caused us to reflecton Job Corps Recruitment
Coordinator, will outline appealed to com-
a category of
days by.
gone munity leaders
the program at a com- youth organizations -
One morning this week bined Press Conferenceand and news media r S
as we were to help reach these
meeting of interested
busily ( ? ) going about our chores of "getting organizations in the audi- people in Dade County

the lead out" he queried, "Since I'm second torium of the Museum of Evans also rT1\
only to you in the happenings of the present Science and Natural History treasurer of the Economic as : '

and past, who danced the 'Carioca' in the picture 3280 South Miami Oportunity Program, Inc., r
'Flying Down to Rio?' Ave.The a new organization createdto I
Job Corps, part of lead Dade's war on Ito
We were stumped We contended that it the Office of Economic poverty.In I\\\ \ u

was Carmen Miranda, the Brazilian bomb- Opportunity, created by 1864, Evans servedas _
shell. If you are old enough you will remem- the President's war on president of United \ *% %
poverty, will offer basic
Fund of Dade
County. A
Carmen, the shortie who wore platform education, skill trainingand former City Manager for
shoes and a headgear with all kinds of native work experience to Miami, he now is manag- \
Brazilian decorations to alter her height. young men and women 16 ing director of the Oil II
through 21 years old. Users Association
Senor Davis insisted that it ,
was a "light- .w
colored" Negro who danced that racy blood 1964 Income of NAACP I ILS

tingling "Carioca." We forgot. However, this

query led us to dwell on other musicals of the Exceeded by Expenses
30's such "Shuffle Off j1IUIIIJUUUUUUUI
as To Buffalo
NCW YORK-The National ture of$1,615,652.70. Trans-
"Thanks a Million" with Rubinoff and and his Association for the Advance- fer of 197175.97 from life o
Violin, Chick Webb, Ella Fitzgerald who sang ment of Colored People, ac- memberships reserves and an lowed. DIALER the purchase Vow of MT rilhtr Mthorin Erllwtk it Meat our l oqrnt or Gritt it allow bt
"A Tisket A Tasket." Musicals in those days cording incomplete and unaudited additional $96,908,04 from .
rrdmnrtf II Crlbrck
MlrtmM mail
your or to
were "the play," with such stars as William figures, had a 1964 bequests reserves reduced ErlDrtk Milhnf: am6.\IO' ear b2e0 Jacttomillt, Florid
general I fund i income of the year's deficit to and,w, will .gar 2c lundling j for tack coupon
Powell, Bing Crosby, Louie Armstrong, "Fats" $1,116,565.68, Roy Wilkins, 24475690. pro din, row "taw tompl.ed wild the tfrmt of Ihrt offffIrmxcrt .
Waller, Ann Miller, Eleanor PowellBojangles executive director, reportedat proving pwtlwv, of twffiornl' stock of our brandj to
rover coupon uibmiliH must br- shown upon rtqunl Failure, to
Robinson, even Shirley Temple.. They were the Association's annual While there was an over- do M at our option' may void all coupon. tubmitlrd CO/IIIOIItood
masterpieces of entertainment.An meeting here Monday, Jan. all decline in income from Py only Miy on brands UM! Ui tpttifird invoiwd and art Thu MM offrr trMtfrraMr Mid wtwrrwr Consumer la rd,mull itttnctrd -
4. 1963, the or titm rrquirttf CI\II rtormption ,vale of .
actress once said that movies in the past report showed increased 1/20 1 Cnl.PttllNT
Expenses involved in operating income from life THIS COUPON TO YOUR RETAIL CROCIR.
were enjoyed more 'because movie-goers at-
the Association's memberships, memberships
tended the flicks to get away from the reali- various activities and programs > at large and the sale of Holiday J e Coupon expires January 17th ,
ties of life and enjoy the make-believe of Hol- required an expendi.f.F" !- Seals. IS]

lywood. But now the movies are so true to life .
that when you see them you are, more or -" "" :2a wgarob.'

less, disturbed and confused.To Hiss.hdicted Mii

go further than the glorious 30's we r3 .

wonder who can remember the silent movies. : NOW! ROOSEVELT matches your

Like two-gun William S. Hart, Handsome Tom ii

Mix and his horse, Tony;, Rin Tin Tin, the dog savings dollars with
star? Charlie Chaplain.We t.

were called many names( that too!) ,

such as Jackie Coogan, the little ragamuffinwho fl> lusting -

played "The Kid" with Charlie ChaplinBut > .. >, '. ,I GREENSTAMPS*
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the one we resented most was "The As- 1
pect." We didn't know what aspect meant un- It was learned Thursdaythat
federal indicted
a grand jury -
til later years when we learned how to use the three white men-the
dictionary, we found it meant appearance. But first to be arrested under the
the first syllable made our blood boil. new Civil Rights Act-in con-
I nection with the beating of a America's oldest and most valuable
But back to the movies. How many of you young Negro In Greenwood,
I can remember, during the silent days the pianist Miss, :
It is reported that the indictments *
i who supplied the music for the pictures. ---
were returned Wed
in cowboy pictures when the "chase" was on.That's.when nesday against Willie Amon
the "good" man chases the "bad" Belk 47; his son, Jimmy EARN FROM THE 1stIf

man, the pianoforte rises in a quickening Allen Belle, ?19; and sam
crescendo. You can almost hear the six-shooters Allen Shaffer .Jr.. 40, all of you save Now thru the 20th

exploding. Then the inevitable ending when Greendwood.The FBI .arrested the three

the hero clutches his lady love and smoochesher men last July on charges of
the music gets soft and full of kisses. Of threatening and beating Silas

course in the more plush theatres, the organ McGhee, 21, because he 4111ui1.qT current DIVIDEND
replaced the piano. We always wondered if entered a segregated theaterin
the music was supplied with the film or the Greenwood. At the time
FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover Paid and Compounded QuarterlyWhen
artist used his imagination.We announced the arrests, they

could also relate the "Adventures of were the first that had been
made under the 1964 Civil
Pearl White," The first Tarzan Movie. We Rights Act.

could expand on Johnny Weissmuller one of At a preliminary hearingfor
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even Rudolph Valentino as "The Sheik," thegreatest McGhee testified that he was to your account with You get

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'8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, January 16, 1965

w NOTICE 3 Touring Pros to Play in 5 Rattlers Sign Pro Contracts
The Licensed Practical mmm --
Nurses will have a call (FAMU) Five Florida signed with Dallas world champion Cleveland
meeting Sunday, Jan. 17, North-South Golf Tourney HereThree A&M University Rattlers Halfback Bobby Felts Browns, end Carleton Oats
at the home of Mrs. I. from the '64 squad have and tackle Owen McKay will play for the Oakland
Cleminte, 1985 NW 57th signed contracts to play professional agreed to terms with NFL Raiders of the AFL and
; St. We are expecting each touring professionals who have won the North- football during the teams. Felts signed with the center Walter Ilighsmith is

and everyone of you. South Golf Tournament twice each will compete Feb. 17-21 1965 season, Two more are Baltimore Colts and McKay expected to join a semi-pro
Business of Importance in the 12th annual renewal of the Miami event. still negotiating with clubs joined the Detroit Lions. team. Tackle David Danielswas

Mrs. L. Perpall Pete Brown, winner In 1960 and '61, and Lee Elder, and expected to come to 'Felts led' in the rushing.Rattlers In drafted as a future by
and 64 the Chicago
63 Bears
agreement in a few days. ; of the
victor in 1963 and 64, along with veteran Teddy Rhodes of
Halfback Calvin Lang is NFL.
Housekeepers, cooks, Coach Jake Gaither of the
maids, mother's helpers, St. Louis, 1955 and '58 titlist, will shoot for top honors in Rattlers I said all of his talking terms with the

couples, wanted for top- the 72-hole match play tournament at Miami Springs. Brown players have received satis- .'''.,...............-..'..'...<-< "--'f'-> ......"-...... .", "-' .f -
notch Jobs in New York and Elder are from Los Angeles. factory bonuses from the j ''' '
> and Connecticut. Trans- Expected to play is a record number of entries, includingfive clubs. Bob Hayes, the dou- CLYDE KI1iEN. 'S' NEW
portation advanced.also ble Olympic gold medal winner ,__ f" ,/ ", ,, '
former winners in the pro divislon-Zeke Hartsfield i I and halfback for the "

All types domestic and ((1954)), Sam Woodson ((1956)), Charlie Sifford ((1957)), Cliff Rattlers, was the prize f ISLAND CLUB
commercial local jobs for Harrington ((1959)), and Willie Brown ((1962)). catch. ;' /

male and female. An earlier l i report incorrectly announced the dates as Hayes went to the Dallas 'I .......... "'"
Burlang Associates Cowboys of the National '-' "
Employment Agency Feb. 24-28, according to Dr. I.P. Davis, tournament execu Football League at an esti- ,:'; 1000 NW ?* ATOMIC

Phone 757-7674 tive director. mated three-year figure in ': PROUDLY PRESENTS

502 NW 54th Street Some well-knowa amateurs expected are defending champion excess of $100,000. Half- ; +. ,
Joe Louis, Jackie Robinson, Jim Brown, Maury Wills, back Charles Sutton, Hayes'
Calvin Tanner, 1962 champion and James Holloway, 1963 roommate and hometown pal
winner. Fri. and Sat., J..., 16-17

BE Headlining the women's division will belly tleH.dgins, Hayes and

1964 champion from Riverdale, N.Y., Elizabeth Wright, 1962
SOMEONESPECIAL winner from New York and Myrtice Mciver, 1960 victor from

Dayton, Ohio. Namafh Shine

Former amateur champion Althea Gibson has turned pro

and may enter the pro division.
in Senior Bowl
Nightingale graduate do Brown, fresh from his win in the PGA Waco (Texas)

specialized wort ta t h e Open, is the pre-tourney favorite. Last year he grossed more .r
care of the sick the MOBILE, Ala.Fumblesinterceptions
than $21,000 in earnings.The .
aged and the helpleM. and a stout
Every day the demand tournament is sponsored jointly by the City of Yankee defense repelledthe I
for qualified personnel to Miami and the North-South Golf Tournament, Inc. South's spectacularaerial I
perform this valuable attacks Saturdayand '
service grows greater and the North battled to L ,
greater. Nightingale College Rattlers Add Allen S.C. State a 7-7 tie in the 16th annual i __ _
trains and qualifies Senior Bowl game.
you to Join the many
other Nightingale graduates The passing of Alabama's THE DRIFTERSHit
that are performingthis Ala. AIM to Grid Schedule Joe Namath and Fla.State's .
Steve Tens took
much needed service. Record "Broad Walk"
AH a Nightingale graduate (FAMU) Three Non-conference opponentson the South near victory
you can rhooneoar have been added opponents to the FAMU schedule are four times, but each time Teenage Matinee Sun., Jan. 17, 3-6 p.m.

Job your bourn the the Florida A&M Rollers Tennessee State of Nash- the North rose up to hold.Minnesota's .
time you want to work 65 grid schedule, releasedby ville; A&T College of Craig two Lof-of
Yon can enjoy the knowledge Coach Jake Gaither. Greensboro, N.C.; Southern Namath's quist intercepted I
' tiM you are doing The Rattlers' head coach University of Baton Rouge, passes.
a valuable job, the training and athletic director announced La.; and Texas: Southern Namath had to bring
IN simple and can beadapted the addition of Allen University of Houston.The the South from behind In
to your conrente Rattlers had 9-1 the second half 53-
University of Columbia, S.C., a on a
nee. Call for an appointment South Carolina State Collegeof record last season. The lone yard pass play to End THE
t today and find Orangeburg, S.C., and loss came from Southern Bob Hayes of Florida A
out how very easy it is to and M to forge the tie.
qualify for this valuable Alabama College of Normal, University, 43-20, at Baton
training. Special hours Ala., to the '65 slate. Rouge. The South, riding on
arranged for mothers. "This will give us the The complete schedule Namath's passing, threa-
Day or night clanaes. Wo- five games required for us to follows: Sept. 18, Allen ened four times but was
men up to .13: eligible. No University, Columbia, S.C.; stymied by fumbles and
be for the Southern
high school diploma. ne- eligible Sept. 25, South Carolina Interceptions. Canale tried
Crus')'. tu tuition 1mea' ference Intercollegiate Athletic"Con- State Tallahassee; Oct. 9, two unsuccessful field
". championship, reported Alabama A&M, Normal, Ala.; goals from 39 and 45
Coach Gaither.
Oct. 16 Morris Brown yards out the South
Phone 377-0294 Allen South Carolina APPEARED AT THE KNIGHT BEAT
Tallahassee; Oct. 23, Ten- tried to grab the lead in
State, and Alabama A&M are the fourth .
nessee State, Nashville, quarter.EIBmFSXXXUmjiJLJu&S "LAST" WEEKEND
Nightingale all members of the SIAC.
Term.; Nov. 6, A&T Collegeof F&T
College Other SIAC league games on North Carolina, Greens- N
the Rattlers' '65 scheduleare _
boro, N.C.; Nov. 13, Southern ASK YOUR BANK. P w*
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, January 16, 1965 9

I Ward Named 'President EmerltusjM.rs.ltallge 'Heads .Roosevelt, --- ----- --- -

The second annual chairman of the boad re- this Ad FOR ADDITIONAL 10 LB

meeting of the board of directors spectively. 5O ACURITYr Bring BONUS ON BEEF HALFPRIME
of Roosevelt Sav-
''Re-elected to the board
Loan Associationon
were Theodore
Jan. 13, Klpnis.
Hadley, Ken-
culminated by
Was neth Treister
of officers. -
election O'Berry and Stanley :3-

Weinkle. rwr w.-..- and

f .. Honorary directors are CHOICE

Garth C. Reeves, Leonard Thousands of people
Teister, Irving Kipnis and who are collecting social 3 DAYS
Herbert Wallach. r security checks do not ONLY
get them as promptly us
In commenting on Dr. they could simply became; WATCH YOUR ORDER CUT AND
Ward's elevation to the they move and fail to DOUBLE WRAPPED FREE WHILE'YOU WAITI

newly created position, notify social security office STOCK YOUR FREEZER NOWI!
Chairman Orr said, "All of tihelr! new addresses
of us in the Roosevelt the Social Secur- U.S.D.A. NO MONEY

family are deeply indebted ity Administration h :t s DOWN
w to Elmer Ward for his announced.A .
far-sighted leadership. No notice to the Post PRIME NO PAYMENTS ,
Till MARCH 1965
one has made a greater Office( will not get an address -
contribution to Roosevelt's changed on social 4 MONTHS i

f position as the fast- continue to lead and all security records, Edward
I est growing savings and of us pledge continuanceof I*. Blonston District Man BEEF HALVES SAME ASCASH
!: loan association in Dade Roosevelt's progressive alter, Miami North Social
County. We know he will policies." Security Office, said to-
day. The best way of Insuring 42c
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the prompt and
Elmer A. Ward, whohas safe delivery of so-
served as president [ Wais Negro: :social security check each CUT A WRAPMDI "' B 1NIAVYI"/ A APMOVIO
since the organization of month, he said, is to let a f', t., '.,. CRIDIT fHOHl
Roosevelt was elevated to the Social Security Administration ,,--
758 0593
the newly-created position is know your -, MM
of president-emeritus. In new address us soon as A..t Marf
this capacity be will serveas : __.._.._ nn_,_._._v_____ you plan to move :
special consultant to C The University of Mi- was president of 13 or- A. notice to the Post
the loan and executive Hurricane newspaper'has ganizations. His father is Office of your change of
committees and will serveas made history by nam- a mall ''handler in the Bls- address will take care of BEEF
chairman of the boardin ing its first Negro editor. cayne Annex post office having any checks already FRE
the absence of the Paul Wyche, 18, will and his mother a regis- on their way to you, butit
chairman and vice chair- take the post as sports tered nurse at the Veter- will not Insure t'he'
man. editor during the spring ans Hospital. He had a prompt delivery of thoseto HALVES on all orders
semester of what is rated fine record as a Miami follow. Double Wrapping

one of the top college Times newsboy and wasa You may report your Cutting
newspapers. He is the winner of the Miami new address to the So- Labeling
youngest to hold that high Herald Siver Knight cial Security Arministra- 3 8 C A in

position in the 40 years' Award. lion by filling out and Ib.
history of that publica-
mailing the post card
Paul said, "this was
tion. which is given to you II WRAPPED mil
the happiest time of my
KI+ life." when you begin receiving
Wyche named
4r 4M was
checks. Or send a rCUT r-----
Hicks sports, editor former by executive Wilson He is majoring in political short note to your Social '

editor of Life science with a minorIn Security Payment Center FREE
who is director of UM journalism and is con- giving your name and address :
sidering either a news- your claim num-
student 69 LB & UPGUARANTEE
publications. *
paper career or the diplomatic ber, your new address
Wyche said, "I think service. and the date you planto YOUR CHOICE rrk.ri.rv..m.a.w.l -
this reflects well on the
University of Miami and move. 100 Lbs. FRYERS
j{ The address of the Pay- !
students. ment Center is OR All BONANU MATS Ml CUAUNTUI
'in ,srtitt UtlitK-
miliif "
"It shows "Certificate of Award." If 250 pC'S PORK CHOPS .in ii ted""..ii don't look at the color of COLLEGE 9 f405. you prefer, you may call ty will Ii ritiriil Ui vtv rtplMit -
the skin of your local social security with rsh.t..1 sham ii tit mint rtfvriri wttkiiM
a boy or girl, 1 i mr .
but they look at the boy $3.50 district office to get the limit h..vy 1..1 *rd.r. dp Ir. prtUii(ItMlllMlIttMEATS ,
and the girl themselves. address.

"I think this is just J .

_. typical of'the Univer-. rug
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Mrs. Athalie Range, sity. 163 Needed for Job Training

owner of Range Funeral The school in Cor a 1
needed take
to training as
Home and a member ofRoosevelt's Gables is the "deepest" in One hundred and sixty
board, was the Deep South, and yet three unemployed men and factory machine operators
elected president to suc- is one of the first South- women are needed by the starting February 15, 1965. OPENllO/LM.tolPJMOAILY/
ceed Dr. Ward.Theodore ern colleges to open its Florida State Employment Unemployed people taking 9 A.M. to 7 P.M. SAT. OPEN SUNDAY 1 TO 6 P.M.
doors to Negroes. Service to take job training this job training will be "LOCALLY OWNED and_OPERATED''
Kipnls, ownerof with in paid $27 to $37 a week lJ
pay courses nurse J .. -
the Seville Hotel, was Noting with regret how aide, hospital orderly, hotel To qualify for this free y y
household, or be a memberof
elected vicepresident.Paul Negro students are being nousemen, and factory ma- job training, a person must
treated in and 16 of older a family or householdwhere REDUCE
R. Fornell was reelected Mississippi be years age or
chine operation, said HarryL.
vice said the head of the familyis
executive Alabama Wyche and unemployed. To receivea
Miami -
president.Mrs. "I thought I could best Tyson weekly allowance of bet- unemployed. Lose up to 6 poundV
for the
Area Manager
serve myself, my family, ween $27 and $37, a person Unemployed people who weekly
Dana Dorsey Chap- my race and my convic- FES.Tyson must be over 16'years' of age, interested in taking this job
man, secretary; Jesse tions here in Miami." said that 119 unemployed unemployed, have at least training with pay should con- Dr Long
Caselhoff treasurer and people are needed
tact any of the. local Florida
Frank M. Buchannan and Paul Howard Wyche is immediately to start trainingas :2 years of previous experience State Employment Service's 1545 S.W. 1st St.

John B. Orr Jr. were re- a graduate of Archbishop nurse aides,orderlies,and in any kind of work. be offices immediately, or call
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1790 N. W. 55th St. Rev. P. S. Brown, minister Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor Rev. A. D. Hall, minister Come to Church Sun-

Dessie Crockett, reporter Flossie Marshall, reporter clay and bring a friend.
You are cordially Invited Sunday, January 17, the
to a n Ordination .....Blessed are the peace- Sunday the Rev. Jonesa Pastor's Aid Board will i Happy to see Sis. Carson -
Service. Sunday January makers: for they shall be regular visitor from Ha- observe its anniversaryat Sis. Holmes at Church
17, Id65 at 3.-00 p. m. at called the children of lendale, brought the mes- 4 o'clock. The Reverend Sunday. Sis. A. K. Brownis
St. Luke M. B. Church, God Matthew 59.: sage for the morning service Edward T. Graham and at home from the hos-
1790 N. W. 55bh St. Bros. Choir No. 2 who congregation of Mt. ZIon )pital. Let us not forget her
Frank Livingston andL. The listeners were favored was in charge.A Baptist Church will worship and may God be wit h
B. Carson will be ordained with two very inspiring fashion with us at that hour her in her sick room.
Tea will be
to serve on the sermons deliveredby for the benefit o f the
Deacon Board. The BPV. Rev. Smith and the Sunday January 31, board. The public is invited Let us not forget the
Thedford Johnson Pastorof pastor. To o u r visitors 3 p.m. at the home o f to attend. Refresh- Male Chorus Anniversary
St. John M. B. Church and friends who worship Mrs. Ada Alexander, ments will be served in Sunday. Come out and
will deliver the sermon with us may God bless Please date don't forget the the social hall of the join us beginning Friday
and Rev. W. K. Macon everyone of you; from all and place. We will church. Mrs. Margaret night. Pray for the sick
will deliver the charge. walks of life friends happy to see all our Clark is the chairman of and shut in. Sis Madlyn
The public is cordially invited on Guest Day. the board. Davis is at Jackson Memorial -
The B.T.U. has launched Please come out and helpus let us not forget
its first drive of the make this a great day The month of JanuaryI her.
Our Annual Rally is in year which will terminatethe in '.song, sermon, and I h known as Guilders r
progress and will termi- third Sunday in Feb- praises to God. The Rev.J. month throughout the Me-
nate the second Sunday ruary. The entire mem- S. Blake and his congregation thodist Church. Within
in February.Our bership is asked to support from Perrine the next two weeks, the BAHA'I ASSEMBLY

this effort. The cap- will b e the morning guilders will sponsor pro- Mr. William B. Sears,
doors are always tains are urged to make speaker. Rev. T. E. jects. At that time more author lecturer and humorist -
open to visitors do come contact with members of Wright of St. Paul in Co- emphasis will be expres- who has just arrived -
in to worship with us. the church. conut Grove at 3 m. activites.
p. sed of their from Israel and 1628 N. W. 5th Ave.
Rev. P. W. Wiliams pastor Rev. Holmes o f Gouldsat
Members of ushers 7:30: p.m. Come and On Sunday afternoon, Africa, will speak on Sat Rev. Wilson Monroe
16 8 ,
TEMPLE BAPTIST board No. 2 are also ina Chairman, January p.m. Davis the
bring a friend. at 3 o'clock the urdaYh Alcazar Hotel, of First Bap-
drive; their first driveof members of the CommissIon e tist Church of Browns-
Choir No. 2, Mrs. Matil- the year. The entire Mrs. Christine Allen is o n Christian Social sponsored by the Bahai'sof ville, Miami Fla., and his
da Hall president and community is asked t o still in Jackson Hospital Concerns and other delegation Miami. Mr. Sears, who famous W.M. Davis Special -
d Chas. Ambrose, director support this effort. doing fine. She also hasa from the church wrote "Thief In The Chorus will at
will celebrate the 11th Night a commentary on appear
new grandson who came attendance at Matthew
will be in Temple, A.M.E.
anniversary Sunday, 3 There are many sick i last Wednesday to the the Wesley Foundation, biblical prophesy and fulfillment :Zion Church: 1028 N. W.
e An interesting and shut-in members. mother was at one timeas
,p.m. pro- Mrs. Lenora of Miami in a 5th Ave.
University Thursday
gram has been preparedfor Please remember them in Lambert. Don't forget Methodist nationally known
the occasion and prayer; that meeting of whose uary 21, 1965 8p.m.Come : .
some they may the sick and shut in. Christian sportscaster pro-
of the fine choirs of the have a speedy recovery. Consultation Concerns.on To help gram won the TV Guide One, Come All, to
? city will participate. Grace Presbyterian understand some of the Award. He !g a v e up a see and hear this Preach-
NEW MACEDONIARev. lucrative career to serve ing Evangelist and
Brother Chas. Ambrose 0895! :' NW 14th Avenue Christian concerns in Sing-
the Baha'i Faith in Africa,
director o f Choir No. 2 Roscoe Jackson Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor field of Economics, there where the Faith has made ing Gospel Chorus, In the
of a series of dis-
who has been a patientat pastor will be panel discussions
strides in the last
the Veterans Hospitalin Our Sunday morning by understanding leaders. great tinguished Christian peo-
Coral Gables since Services on the second sermon will come from decade. He is now auHand" ple who are working. for
Aug., was present at both Sunday in the new year the tenth chapter of St. The Dorcas Circle will of the Baha'iFaith God. Don't miss this
services on Sunday. Mrs. were as usual. The Male Luke, in which our Lord be in charge of class residing in Haifa, Ticat

Blanche Hart returned Chorus, Choir No. 2, Usher sends out the seventy.Let meeting 0 n Tuesday Israel.
home from Cloverleaf Board No. 2 along with us take it upon our- night. Let us not forgetto Mr. Sears will speak on Sponsored by the Trus-
the pastor in selves to follow visit the sick and shut- tee Board of the Church,
Hospital this week. Otherson were charge. the call "How to Be Happy in an Brother
the sick list are Mrs. The pastor's text was of the Lord, a'n d bring ins Unhappy World." The, jr. chairman Alexander Lucas,
Theresa Cohen, Mrs. Ellen taken from Acts 3:1-6: persons into the citizen public is cordially invitedto
Wallace, Mrs. G. Mc- "The Cup is Too Small." ship of God's Kingdom on NOTICEThere attend. Admission and Mrs. Willie P, Weaver, sec.

Clain, Mrs. Margaret On Sunday Jan. 17. we earth, the church. parking free. Rev Daniel Pridgen, pas.
Munnings, Mrs. Remelda
will be hay
will observe a
Poitier, Mrs. Frances Deacons Day, An interesting Sunday ride January 30 1965 .
Monroe; Solomon Sturrup, beginning with the Sunday evening activity is being by Marvin '
B. Butler and Rufus School. The Deacons planned for Sunday a t Gutierrez
) Ludlow of Hope Baptist Jay
will be in charge. The 7:30: Let us invite
Cleare. Get-well wishesto p.m. our .,
all of morning sneaker will ho friends to come. Church 6600 N. W 63 St.,
them. -'
Rev. W: M. Davis, pastor refreshments free. Bus CHIROPRACTOR
of First Our Candle-light Communion will leave the church at
Baptist -
MT. CALVARY M. B. Brownsville; the afternoon Church, for the Epiphany 17.00: o'clock. 2200 N.W..36 St. --Ph. 6341117Letterpress

Rev. S. Atchison, pastorC. speaker will be Rev. C. K. season last Sunday even- -- _.
Carter, reporter Smith, pastor of Jordan ing was highly enjoyableand - -

Grove M. B. Church: the inspirational. Remember .
': ''
The Mt.No.Calvary 2 Usher is Boardof spon- evening Deacon speaker Nathaniel will New-be come: : You at Grace.are always wel- :-::, .. "...".."'',.-,,,...,...,,:,... ,..... 't. :.. ....." .."..." .,,..," *.. \ : ,' '.

.. _
soring a tea on Sunday. some, I "" -... r\ "" O>> N., --'
a member of First < :'< I \
January 17, 1965 from Baptist, Brownsville. Come NEW PROVIDENCE .' \ :,. .r'1'i: i i \ r l iO<< .....J i-J t ,\ 11 ( ':) ,
3:30 to 6 p.m. in behalf of out and hear these dy- \ : I 't

their be held anniversary.at 1742 NW It will 3rd be namic looking speakers.for you We will and Rev.760 C.N.J.W.Burney 53rd Street pastor .. i', OffS.t'1. -1 {;'J

Ave.the Mrs. Sims will be yours. The Spirit of the Lord I Iv t1\: :f1 --IS < :', 11 b,
guest speaker. You .
was high throught the to. G .
are cordially invited t o Pray for the sick and day : \;"\ "" ; v."J' trl' '> "'-,
'w. ;
this tea. shut-ins. the Sunday Sunday beginningwith School. "'' Ii Li : < :.:>, >:: w.i.. .'. <,,

....... .. \$ '"
The No. 2 Usher Board Central post Our pastor preached two :->;
will also sell Barbecue on soul stiring messages.We wm) Yil'f ;
f'1I x(.
l MOi
500 S. t 'Y'
Everyone Saturday, at is welcome the church. West Hollywood 20th St. would like to see ,,,,,,, :: ..' It, :.:'...,.." ", .,
more members in y tvx: ?
Rev. E. J. Clark Prayer
the ,
atop by church on pastor < ;
meeting. Also the Conse- ,
Rev. I. W.
Saturday.The Hepburn, AAst. cration .
hour which
began .
< :, .
Deaconess Board is Sunday January 17, will 5 a.m. every Sunday. The ., :' %
sponsoring a 'Sing and We Memorial Day at our Pall Bearers Society No. :-,,'<', < ":' ,
church. At 137 will hold their Installation :' : ::
the 11 ;
Sip. Give us your key; a.m. '<. : : :
Attend our tea any mem- service we shall erase services Friday < "
ber of the deaconess from our records the Night Jan. 22, time 8 p.m. :
Board. names of our beloved all members and friendsare i :!

brothers and sisters who asked to be present.
departed this life ,, \/1 DAY SERY1CE\ ,. 't
Mount Pleasant during \ :
M. B.
the year 1964: Deacon The Pastors aid Union '. ", ..
Rev. F. L. Smith, min. held, Brother Forbes and will celebrate their Anniversary ," :'
Brother Taylor. Jan. 17, time ;
May their
f I Mount Pleasant Missionary souls rest in peace. 3 p.m': at the New Hope : :

Baptist Church, Primitive Baptist Church Cards ,
under the leadership o f At 3:30 p.m. a program Rev. H. C. Samuel, Pastor.
it's pastor on Sunday, will be sponsored by the
January 17, 1965. Building Committee. The Let us not forget our
goal is to build a kitchen sick and those that are
The Women's Day Pro- for the church by Woo grieved over the loss of "
gram will be held in tw man's Day. All are invited their loved ones. a I Tickets I
sessions, morning and
to come out and ---
evening in the auditoriumof take part in this drive. MT. CARMEL
the Nathan B. Young Deacon Smith is chair-
Elementary school. Rev. D. A. Bradley pastor
man, and Brother Clark
Northwest 24th Ave., Opa and Brother Moncur are Sis. Louise McGriff
Locka, Florida. This great cochairmen.The reporter Programs

occassion will b e highlighted Rev. J. A. Butler, The Junior Choir Is
) by two speakers: district missionary of Atlantic looking forward to havea :, '
Coast Baptist Association great anniversary the
Speaker for the
morn- will be with us second Sunday In February
Carlin ing session: Mrs. Sallie Sunday night on this official also our Benefie Club : s
member of the
New Providence visit. All membersare will have its aniversary lt
Baptist <
Church asked .to come out and on Jan. 31. Come and be
a Missionary support him.ANTIOCH. with them. R\
worker, and a professional ,

dressmaker. BAPTISTRev. Sunday evening our .. ",
pastor delivered another J mt ," ',"'
1Jt1t '
Speaker for the evening ". .
session: Mrs. Elizabeth O. W. Foster pas'r.May message found in John 3: -- .;;.-- .- ._.- .' --- -

Espy Curtis President of we continue to 2. The Male Chorus sang. ......." ,, H' ''' .: ,' ::. --: ..::.:..:::'::"':" -

the Miami Association of visit the sick and shut- Visitors are always

Women's clubs Federated.This ins. There will be a Cal- welcome. Remember the ::6.14,0: ; N.W.: ISfh Ave.

endar Tea at the church sick and shut-ins and all : .
occasslon is
one that should b Sunday January 17, at the bereaved families. <

must on your calendar e of a 3 p.m. 1899 N. W. 64th THE 'TIMES' GOES TO ''

events. Let us share this. Street. k.hQ.QI":0421: :
affair, together The public .COLLEGE 9 MOS. <.
vited.Is I most cordially In- GO TO'CIIU RCH SUNDAY ,:...." ,z ..,'-.., ., :. '" ,- '; ''> <' -" '<
$3.50 '


.. .... .. .. THE MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, January 16, 1965 11
;>.;, ;,<,;.t/ ,;..;::-:;.';: h. '... ::r:;; HIALEAH OPENS SATURDAY Galimore Named to

HAVING CELEBRATED its 40th year of Florida Hall of Fame I

: existence as the birthplace of Thoroughbredhorse
I '
tional scene in 64.
:3Spearing racing in Florida, Hialeah is primedfor JACICSOM"1LLE, Fla. sports
: Galimore was.killed, along
beginning Satur- (FAMUMVillie Lee Gali
another 40-day meeting
", I more has been posthumouslynamed with a Chicago Bears
i day with numerous records in jeopardy.All to the Florida Hall teammate, in an auto acci-

With signs point to a session to compare with of Fame by the Florida dent on July 27. Ilutchinson
Sports I any since the track's operation in 1925, both Sports Writers Association.The November.A lost a battle. to cancer last
former great halfback -
The estimated
artistically and financially. native of St. Augustine
for the Florida
"/ overall purse money distribution of $2,351- Fla., Galimore holds the

,,,/.<. d"/-//'..X:J (1fi' ; *,;,'HLITILE .f HARRY 8PKAB 734 represents a Florida record and it includes for Rattlers the Chicago and running Dears back pro Orange Bowl Stadium record
'" a total of $650,000 in added money for football club became the for individua' rushing in u

RIVER BOXING IN FULL 16 blue-ribbons, headed, as usual, by the two third person from Florida single fantastic game.295 He yards rushed against for
BLOOM AGAIN $100,000-plus classics the Widener Handicap A&M honored and the 24th a
STARTING THE NEW YEAR with Feb. 20 and the Flamingofor entered in the shrine. Maryland State College in
a bang, on Saturday, Rattler coach Jake the '54 Orange Blossom
Neil Composto, sole promoter and matchmaker 3-year-olds on closing day, March 3. Gaither became the first of Classic. Joining the Bears

with the aid of some new faces from out There's a completely rebuilt annex to the his race to be honored in after graduating from Florida
of town, put on one of the most exciting box- grandstand, its size doubled and extending 1962. FAMU's double Olym- A&M in 1957, Galimore tied
winner Bob the single fame scoring record -
ing shows seen there for quite some time. 200 feet farther north, and a new barn with Hayes pic gold was admitted in 1963. of four touchdowns

The main event was a humdinger. Whoeverwon 26 stalls near the modern sales pavilion used Fred Hutchinson, former ma- against the Los Angeles
or lost, it was no disgrace. They both for the Florida breeders' horse vendues. jor league pitcher and mana- Rams the same year. In the

fought hard. By doing so the public applauded. Racing will be further enhanced by newly- ger, was the FSWA's 25th '58 Armed Forces Benefit
choice. game he won the Eisenhower
instituted classified allowance events to aug-
Both Galimore and Hutch- Trophy after scoring four
After Jerry Weinstein asked if they would ment the stakes program. inson passed from the na touchdowns.

like to see a return bout, they were all for it; Also new this season will be twin double

therefore we hope it will be. Jerry is the su- wagering covering the fourth through the

perb announcer. seventh races, and 15 days with 10-race programs -

Here are the results: Main event, 8 rounds, The daily feature will be the eighth APPAREL FOR SALE

Irish Gene Robinson defeated Linnes Johnson; every day and the first race post time daily

Jerry Power won on a knockout over Glen will be 1:15.Clay's: "Champagne taste, beer pocket Come to Grace'swhere
Foster in the 2nd round; Jimmy Beasley won you'll find like-new exclusive dress,
suits, skirts, blouses, shoe all original. $1 to $5
by kayo 3rd round over Sylvester Key ; Pren- : Press Sec'ySays Mink, fox and other stole and fur jacket $S to $10.
tiss Clark won over C. J. Thomas in a 4-round Cashmere sweater $2. Mink collar $5. Pre-teen

bout; Grady McClendon and George Sawyer dresses $1. Men' pure Italian ilk suit*. $3 and $5.
fought a 4-round draw. ; Cassias Blue serge suits $5. Sport jackets $2. Pant, shoe
E $1. Skirt 50c. Alto linen, drape, bedspread and
The crowd improvement to
was a
EG other household item New suits $10, pant 2 for
previous weeks. There were around 500 fans l: in Danger $7, evening dresses $2. We cater to the elite. Grace

CHRIS DUNDEE has a.n all star show lined Cassius Clay was warned "Until 'I began 'to have GRACE'S THRIFT SHOP

up for Feb. 1. Live bouts plus the closed cir- Muslim Saturday leader by a that former if he Black doe my lim doubts leaders about I was certain a leader Mus- 2512 NE 2nd Ave. FR 1-8372

cuit on large screen TV between former not quit the Black Supremis' myself, in charge of the Con- Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
heavyweight champion FLOYD PATTERSONand group immediately, he wit necticut territory from Stam-
the Canadian heavyweight champion be caught between rival factions ford to New Haven,"he said. r kararir _ar jiraijrji: r -arai.JiLai.aLTii j<

GEORGE CHUV ALD. Prices are : General and be killed.

Adm. $2.50 ; reserve $3.50 ; ringside $7.50 : secretary Leon Ameer who, Clay's was beater press ,
For reservations call J'E' 8-4304 and JE 10477. --
almost to death by Muslin
thugs in Boston,said he fear CAR &&SHOPPING: ?
WILLIE PEP, one of the all-time greats,, for the heavyweight chap $
former featherweight champion, also listed in pion's life "in the current .
the Hall of Fame has good looking middle- conflict of principles among -zr :
a .
split groups of the Black FORA f M.... _
weight from his hometown of Connecticutand Muslims." "' "' ;
will be seen here in the near future. His "They tried to kill me on FANTASTICALLY y $9900

name is ARTIE LUPO. This boy has had 17 Christmas Day in broad day UNBELIEVABLE DEA (

fights, lost one. Under Willie's guidance we light, in a Boston hotel lobby ON A NEW
should see a lot of him. I don't think Willie said Ameer, whose Muslim "It- CASH OR TRADE
would bother with him if he did not have the was name because was I,Four like Clay, 1965 RAMBLER LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS

goods. He is taking care of another boy, Calvin have grave doubts about the COME TO DADE COUNTY'S OLDEST BANK RATE FINANCINO

Woodland, a good looking featherweight.He integrity of certain powerful RAMBLER DEALER-CRANE BROS. RAMBLER
the Golden Glove National Champ Muslim members."
Clay could not be reached START THE NEW
twice in a row; has had 73 amateur fightswon
for comment.
71 and is only 22 years of age. Ameer was unconsciousin IN ONE OF OUR FINE USED CARS

WOODLAND Boston City Hospital for Custom 4-door sedan, automatio
CUTLINES three days lie said: '64 RAMBLER transmission, radio and hsatir.
"And I would have beer

MURRAY former middleweight, in a morgue had not a police Only 3.lift'. .-.our but. U.':.................. *1795
JIMMY sargeant rescued me when
who trained with six world champions: Tom- they were still beating me in

my Loughran, Geogres Carpentier, Mike Mc- that hotel." "" i" '63 RAMBLER American
Tigue, Jack Sharkey. He joined the army at Ameer lives in New York '60 CHEY SKSEtUntfirtf : 59 CHRYSt tasear' 4-door custom, automatic
until Monday .fUll eel fciiUr loon.cnemtcsIl..ilps.r
is hiding utemati*
in the tMitimkifen.' A.II
served white walltires
14, used his brother's name, terysk.e.rspssiel MQC transmission
when he will return to Bos S895 ...., ....... .
Army of Occupation and was discharged a testify against the In DM.."dm n..... .h. original throughout,
the first World ton to 59 ULllJMnrtIMi.: ;....M: beautiful Ivory In color with
Sgt. This happened four Muslims. 63 RAMBLER {..?:is:
sir t umutt matching spare
feettry -
War. lIe still looks young, has all his reflexes "I hope to talk to Clayin 'to' .lIte..tia. tr."Ulluleft.. triMmiulM ere.nrIreVIII' <*r to ep. tire that's never been on

and has a fine family which is a credit to him.A a couple of the days, advise," he power tory sir steering, full price, enIntr.1895 lee .111'pn.l.tetlepfio............... $995 the ground. One owner1"kenew
lovely wife and six children. Wife and him to quit group ...Iy""""...... $1 95
said. "I just hope nothing
daughter teach. Jimmy was always a him before I can
boxing. Read what you may about fighters, happens talk to him.FAMU to. QUANTITY LIMITED GFTYOURSTODAY I E' f

but here is a great example. Gym to CR: :BROS. RAMBLER I

JOHN JONES, along with his wife, Alma, NtW12nd AVE. PH 751-2475 If.
Manchester England.A be Named for
i s visiting here from SUNDAY 10A.M.TO 6 P.M."Servlt.l.OURMOSi1MFORTANTIR000CT" .
good friend of theirs, Lou Gross, sports writer OPEN t.

for a magazine and three newspapers, also Jake GaitherFAMU tI

trainer of Willie Pastrano and Roger Witly.
( ) The new mil-

TOMMY ROSS is now training a new lion dollar health and physi-
building at
cal education
Chicago by the name ot
middleweight from Florida A&M University will
Rory O'Shea. He has had 14 pro fights, no be named in honor of Coach

losses; has fought 3-round bouts; is only 22 A.S. "Jake" Gaither. I

years of age and has everything a fighter Governor Haydon Bums
made the announcement dur-
ing his official visit to the
Inaugural Ball at Florida
BERNY GASTON and OLLIE WILSON just A&M. The Governor said he .
returned from Rome and Manilla after success- had decided to name the new

ful tour. Bernie manages Ray Malone, a good facility after the famous NOW NITELYExcept
looking prospect. He has had six fights withno coach and athletic director :
and head football coach.
losses. Coach Gaither joined the Sunday

JOHN McCORMICK, son of the boxing com- Florida A&M coaching, staff'in *
missioner, Dr. James McCormick for over 35 1937 as head basketball
returned from California. He was for- coach and a backfield aideto 'r TWIN DOUBLE
years _
and fin- Dr. Bill Bell who was
merly with the new Christy Minstrels is head football coach and NO I RECORD PAYOFF TO DATE
ished a film on "Peyton Place" on TV. He athletic director.In 1945, he MINORS : i r :

a Miami boy. was appointed professor and $11,200SOUTH
head of the Department of
Get pastry like mama used to make atM I Health and Physical Educa-

& M BAKERY tion.After the health and

physical education plant was
754-2464 completed in 1963, he re- /
1351 NW 54th Street linquished the position as

ALL GOODS BAKED ON PREMISES head of the department to
Buttermilk Pies devote more time to his increasing -
In Bean PI" 5OL.LINS a
V> specialize duties athleticdire.tor ENi> <
Pies Bread, Roll, Cakes
Donuts, Danish, and head football

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12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Saturday: January 16, 1965 GloryThis

IN MEMORIAM RICHARDSON Songs Sunday of will feature -

In loving memory of JAMES E. DUNCAN of the Greater Mace-

CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHSIN our husband father and 35G-C N. W. 14th Street donia Missionary Baptist
grandfather. died January 4. Survivorsare Church Choir No. 2 under -

., ..:' .. "( .. ..' wife, Geraldine a son, the direction of Mrs.
3P"'t Willie James, a daughter, Virginia; Bostic. Rev. R,

Cookie, a brother, Leroy, Jackson, pastor.

MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAM his Jack parents and ,Sarah Mr. and Duncan Mrs., Their Chorus guests and are the the

In loving memory o f The family of the late, In sad but loving me- ht a n d I a nephew. Services Pilgrim Gospel Stars.

. our .dear. (father MRS. SYBLINE McPHEE mory of our dear son and were held in the chapelon Vernlce Ross and Charlie -
wish to express their gra- brother, Wednesday coordinatorand
titude to the many friends Davis, the
and neighbors who were MR. CARRIE COBB of George Livingston,
so kind and consideratein 1031 NW. 58th Street died director. We would like to
our hour of bereave- January 7. Survivors are write to WLBW-TV, Song
mentby sending us her husband, Remer C. of Glory Box 10, Miami

cards, telegrams flowers : h Sr., three sons, Remer Jr., 52 Fla. or call Vernice

and for other deeds o f ,", Robert M. and Herbert J., Ross at, CE 5-4724 17427If or
Davis NA
Charlie ,
kindness, Special thanksto two daughters, Sarah
4 would like to appear
Rev. P. S. Brown of Cobb and Mrs. Barbara they
Mt. Tabor Baptist Church 1. + { Austin, a brother, Eddie on Song of Glory.

and other pastors who Roberts two sisters, Mrs.
gave such inspiring words Maybelle Carter and Mrs. Woman's Club

also the fraternal organi- Georgia Mae Jackson, 19
zations and the Range grandchildren, anu one Greets New Year

Funeral Home. crreat-grandchild.. Services and NewMembers
held on Friday, January
Mrs. Ella Singleton sin 15, at Greater Bethel
Mrs. Albertha Lee Mrs. A.M.E. Church.

Harriet Patton, Mrs FRED J. ARANHA SR.
Amid a tropical settingat
( Hattie M. Gibson Miss.
the home of Mr. and
Carolyn Sherry, nieces of Detroit who passed 429) N.. W. 8th Street Mrs. E. Walker Bentley,

away January 19, 1963. Apt. 5. passed January 9. the Coconut Grove Negro
;\ CARD OF THANKS .i The Family She leaves to mourn a Woman's Club said
husband. Matthew her
....-.. ._- mother Mrs Cole- "Aloha" to the new year,
The family of the late L. Sophia
guests, and four new
Cora Ann Sumner Per- CLARENCE C. MOSS RANGE man, a daughter, Mary members. Gracious ladles

who died January 20, 1964. thone thank all the White a son, Pvt. Clark dressed in Muumuus and
"Fear no more the heat neighbors, friends, and who departed this 1 life ERNEST HAYNES o f Van White of the U. S. psyly dressed gentlemen
2946 N. W. 46th Street
4th 1961 and army, stationed a t Ft
of the sun, co-workers for cards, telegrams January Jackson Memo- dined lavishly on shrimp,
died at
Nor the furious winter'srages 'her illness, and cards and during death. was 14th. laid to rest January rial Hospital on Jan. 6th. Jackson eight sisters South and Carolina three tuna, clams, oysters, roast

; He had been a resident of brothers Services Satur- pork, coconuts, fresh
Special thanks to Dr. J. )Four: years have gone
Thou thy worldly task fruits and the traditional
d hast done, K. Johnson, Christian since you left us, althoughwe the Miami area fbr the day. at 2:30: p. m. from pineapple.A .

d Home art gone, and paid Hospital staff, and Mrs. cannot see your face, past 35 years.Survivors Greater Israel Bethel Primitive -
thy wages" Range and her staff. we think of you all the include one Baptist Church gentle rain, accom-
The Hudsons Walker time. sister, Mrs Geneva Anderson with Rev P. D. Brantley pained by t.h e melodie

and Moore Families Perthone and Mrs. Jeanette Moss, his mother, Mrs. officiating. songs o f the Islands,
) Sandilands Families Victoria Harrison and
mother Miss Geneva created an atmosphere of
Moss, Sister James other relatives. Chapel JOHN MOFFETT JORDAN peace, tranquility and
IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSWe Deveaux, Uncle and services were conductedon of 4900 N. W. 24th good will toward all men.

friends. January 12th. Couft died January 12. May we again say "Aloha"to
loving but sad me- the family of the late, Survivors are a wife. Mattie our new members,
mory of our dear wife MRS ANNIE M. AN- a daughter.. Mrs. Joy Mesdames Marshall Rier-
daughter, and sister, THANK YOU DERSON of 5251 N. W. Burse
____ ____ two sons Phillipand son, Virgil Bethel, Paul
n n .u Mr. Arvis Bethel, 21th Place was pronounced Adolphus, three sis- Stepherson and Morris
wishes t o thank Father dead o n arrival a t ters and seven grand- Spencer.
Gibson and members of Jackson Memorial Hospi- children. Services will be

Christ Episcopal Church, lal on Jan. 6th. She I s Monday in the chapel at To all of our friends,

neighbors and friends, Dr. survived by her parents, too: p.m. may we wish for you the
H. Green and Dr. B. Har- Mr. and Mrs. Leroy best of now year and
row and staff of Baptist Hartifield< .a sister and MRS. LIZZIE HARDYof "Mahalo" (thank you) for
Hospital for prayers, flow- brother and other rela- 740 N. W. 1st. Court your support during the
ers, and all services ren- tives. Services were con- passed January 12. Her past years.
,., ',1.yt1" k94w dered during his illness. ducted at Day Spring survivors Include many After exchanging gifts,
--7" Baptist Church on Satur- friends in Miami, and a the members and their
It.!.,; *, '. 'f.' ALBERT day, Jan. 9th.ROBERT dear one Mrs. Mary Robinson guest placed gayly colored -
",",.; ,J Funeral services leis around their

. ',,,. DONALD ROLLE, o f GAIL of 14780 will be Monday, January necks and left t o meet

SS l"'f> .. "h"" 1812 N.W. 2nd Ave., died Polk Street, Richmond 18, at 2:30: p.m. from the the challenges of a new
.. ..
:. Heights died at his homeon chapel. yea 1"'. Hostess for the
.. '.. Jan. 6th. Mr. Rolle was
0 .; '. '.",'" a tailor and widely known Jan. 8th. Survivors January 4 meeting was
,k" (' in this include his widow, Mrs. ZION HOPE Mrs. Virgil Simmons 3538
city for 47
l't>> \ .; Services Selma Call 3 children, 14 Hibiscus Street.
.\ >,. ,--.riJ years. were held including Rev. Paul Freeman, pastorE.
,,.,, brothers and sisters -
j' ... Monday from the Greater Fred Call of Jackson reporter Mrs. Virgil Whitehead,
i\ Bethel
A. M. E. Church
'j '." services
,, ,:"'),' ,'N' .. '.. t Rev. S. A. Cousin, officat- Miami Chapel Church service was
".. "'" ;'I > ...jJt ed. Survivors are a dear will be conducted on Sat. spiritually high all day
friend Jan. IGth. at 12:00: Noon. OLD MOTHER
2. MRS. ZETTIE CARTER Mrs Josephine last Sunday.
Burial will b e held I n
Coleman. 7 sisters and 2
who departed this life brothers Paradise Memorial Gardens The pastor is urgingall HUBBARD

WILLIE MAE HUMES December 27, 1964, wishto members to attend

extend our sincere JOHN FLOYD, of 1971 their weekly meeting. WENT TO THECUPBOARD
who departed this life thanks and appreciationt N.W. 5th Ave. died Jan. CHARLIE WILLIAMS Bro. 0.. J. Johnson is
January 15, 1962. o 'the many friends, 7. Services held Monday or 1375 N.W. i 50th Street asking every parent to
Now the Laborer's task is neighbors and relatives of from Mt. Carmel died at Mt. Sinai Hospital please send their child-
o'er; Miami Fla. and Patterson Baptist Church. Survivorsar on Jan. 12th followinga ren or bring them out at And found It bare. But

Now t lh e battle day is Georgia, for their wife, one son, four sisters neriod o f illness Mr. 5:30: p.m. Sunday for BTU. whyNagging backache
past; many cards, telegrams, and two brothers. Williams: had been a resi- could have been the causeIt
Now upon the farther flowers and acts of kind- dent of MIamI< for more Is hard to work when

shore, ness and service rendered JAMES HOLLOWAY, of than 17 \'pIr Survivingare Fry a Classified Ad pain or backache Is e-

Lands; the voyager at last. during our recent be- 14245 N. W. 22nd Court, hi? widow. Mrs Fan- For Best Results vere and constant. Wlhen
Father, i n thy gracious reavement. Special thanksto died Jan. 8. Graveside nie Williams a daughter. kidneys aren't functioning

keeping, Range Funeral Homeof services were held Tuesday Miss Sharon Williams, a Our ClaMified Ads properly poisons accumu-
Leave we now thy servant Miami Fla. Marshall morning. son Ernest Burke father. late in the system. Flush
sleeping. Funeral Home of Patterson Julius Williams Sr., ;3 SELL ANYTHING out these poisons with

The Family Ga. Rev. C. J. Bur- CHARLIE JOHNSON. brothers, 1 sister and oooooooooooooo famous "7-20" formula

ney, Deacon and Sis. 1511 N.W. 70th St., died other relatives. Services and feel "like a million"
CARD. OF THANKSWe White and members o f Jan. 10. He will lie in repose will be conducted on Dugie's Guest HouseThe again. "7-20" Is a mild ef-
Fri. Jan 22nd. at 12:00: tlve diuretic
New Providence M. B. Friday 10 a.m. Final house of unusual room to the kid-
the family of the Church, Rev. D. A. Brad- rites and burial will he in noon at Mt. Sinai Baptist; neys and bladder. It is
late, ley of Mt. Carmel M. B. Darien Ga. Survivors are Church Open 24 hours NE 4-3851 compounded like a doctor's -

Church, Rev. S. Atchison wife Estella 7 sons 5 RICHARDSON SeeingBelieving prescription to give
y WILLIE C. GREENof of Mt. Calvary M. B. daughters, 2 sisters 2 fast relief. Get a bottle of
Church, Rev. A. F. Fin- brothers HENRY P. WILLIAMSof See us for clean room amazing "7-20" today and
5534 N. W. 24th Ave.
layson of Macedonia FirstB. start back on the road to
1316 N. W. 5th Ave. Jamaica Dude always e
wish t o thank all the
Church, Rev. Butler of MRS SARAH THOMAS passed at Jackson Me- good health. Always sold
friends and
many neigh- St James M. B. Church, 1317 N.W. 63rd Terr., died morial Hospital o n De- friend on a money-Jback guarantee
bors for cards flowers
Patterson, Ga., Rev W .P. Jan. 11. Survivors A product of McPhail
telegrams, and all other are a cember 28. His survivorsare 2941 NW 47th St., Miami
Topley New Mt. Calvary foster Robert Laboratories. In
acts f kindness shown son Cooper. many friends in Miami or
during their hour of be- M.B. Church, Sis. Bertha Funeral services will he including Mr. Fred Sey- I(OOOOOOOOOOOOOOThe tablets.
reavement. Special thanksto Smith of Greater New held Saturday 4 p.m. from mour with whom he lived. -11-
Bethel Baptist Church, the St. Luke Baptist Funeral services were Mary Lee
Rev. P. D.
Brantley, and co-workers of Jack- Church Rev. P. W. Williams LENNY'S DRUGS
Usher's Boards and held on Thursday, Jan- Agency
son Memorial Hospital for officating. 7 at 2:00 from 1700 NW 3rd Avenue
bers of Israel Bethel P. B. uary : p.m. 751.5211 7514112
Church. all acts of kindness and the Chapel with Rev. P. lr"-
service rendered. PAUL CRUMBLEY 12391 NE 6th
of Williams officiating Ave
Mrs. Lillie Mae Green
Mrs. Geneva Joseph, 138 N. W. 21st St., expired J and J DRUGS
wife Ronnie Green (New Address)
Daughter and FamilyAnnouncement Jan. 7. Survivors are 1410 NW 62nd Street
Son and Family :3 f daughters and 4 sons SAMUEL HART o f Domestic for homes of -11-
Arrangements are incom 1631 N.W. 1st Court pas- dUUnrtloB. No rcxhtratloa fee
CARD OF THANKSWe plete. sed at Jackson Memorial Cooks, hoBMkeeptn, maids 'TROPICAL PHARMACY
butlers ehaaffeara, housemen
3206 Grand
The monthly Union of Hospital 0 n January 4. Avenue
the family of the late the Ushers' Federation CLIFFORD WOODS, of Survivors are his wife lad Coconut Grove

Association will be held. 1311-C N. W. 5th Ave., Mrs. Lorene Hart two .
MRS. SYLVIA PEOPLESwho 41, 'lltl" _4 I"' '''''''''I''''''''
January 17, at 3 p.m. It died Jan. 7. Arrangements sons Eric and Mark Harta
departed this life will beheld: 'at New Bethany ore incomplete. sister Mrs. Elizabeth

December 8, 1964 wish to M. B. Church, 268>> Bryant. Funeral arrange- Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE
thank the many friends NW 48th St. CLAUDE BERNARD ments are Incomplete at

and neighbors for acts of EDGERTON 20810 N. W. this timeJAMES.
kindness shown during A very unique and 34th Ave., died Jan. 9. C "MR. JACK"STYLES
their recent bereavement. elaborate program has Survivors mother, father, POR
Special thanks to Rev. E. been planned for your enjoyment 4 brothers and 4 sisters. E. DUNCAN of FOR ALL AGES

A. Thomas, ChristianAid Arrangements are Incomplete 356 N.W. 14th St. passedat The Very Latest in Men' Fashions
his home on January 4.
Society and mem- ,
Please You
come. are
bers of Mt. Sinai Baptist most cordially invited. Survivors are his wife, SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
Church. AIRS EMMA JEAN Mrs. Geraldine Duncan, a ITALIAN SHOES

Deacon Edwin Ramsey, JONES, 15725 N.W. 19th son Willie James Duncan,
944 NW 2nd
Gerald Somerset, son president; Willie J. Beard, Ave., died Jan. 8th. Ar- and several other rela- Ave Miami Florida j

And Family reporter;, Rev. F.' L,. Car-. rangements are incomplete tives. Funeral arrangements -

ter, host pastor: are Incomplete. .



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, January 16, 1965 13


CLASSIFIED beautiful yard, fenced. ,
2224 NW apartment in a quiet place
$10 per week,
Nice for couple $20 per :
Real 6306 NW 15th Ave. FR
nice '
CBS home, 58 St.
week will sell $100 down
good 1-9797 and NE 4-1886. ,
area, need some
also larger house $22.
cash, call for details and 1-BEDROOM APT, fur- Ask for Kelley. Don't miss this.l NE
address. A. Ben-Korl, nished, large rooms, no
fOR SALE FOR SALE Realtor phone anytime children $18 week, 1323 ROOM n private home, 5-5566.
75-2243. NW 58 Terr. Phone own- 2481 5-8010.NW 59 St. phone PL DUPLEX 1-bedroom fur-

"GENIE HOMES." Newt 1728 NW 43rd Street er 532-3200. nished apt. Air condition,
New! New! See the homes NO QUALIFYING 2. LOOK AT THIS BEAUTY up-to-date COTTAGE. 4 rooms, part free utilities, adults only.
that make families happy. bedrooms, enclosed front 1710 NW 83rd Terr. CLEAN furn- furnished, '''child ok. $18 Need reference, 1210 NW
$350 down buys lovely ished room, adequate facility -
happy ideas. porch, appliances. Terr
So, so Very
week 4032 NW 23 Ave.
CBS residents,
Many more under con good location in Manor yard, gar- private
struction. Sneak previewon Park. Price Is $8,500, $250 age awnings! sprinkler single man preferred, private OX 1-4668. NICE with private
75th St. between 11 dawn and $75 month. Life system, FHA terms. A. bath and entrance. FURNISHED APT. with bath for nice person.
Aves. (2 homes) Realty Broker Ben-Korl, Realtor phone 1444 NW 38 St. 696-3295
and 12 4932 NW 7 yard, reasonable. For information Man only, morn-
also 527 NW 46 St. which Ave. PL 9-4371. Open call OX 1-2426. ing or evening.
APT. near
Sunday 1-6 evenings and 1-UEDROOM
will be open Sundays.
NICE LOCATION NW 17 Ave. on 48 St. Call
Fenster Realty CLEAN, CHEAP, nicely
pm PL 9-8779. LOVELY 1031 NW 1st Ave. NE 40127.2BEDROOM. FURNISHED 2-bedroom furnished for
CORNER room men.
(Broker) HOME $76 MONTH PAYS ALL duplex also furnished 1- Kitchen privileges. PL

VA AND FHA homes. 3- 1490 NW 83rd St. Open Sunday 3-6 p.m., house furn, bedroom apt. Adults, will 9-8125, 7521 NW 12 Ct.
nice take 1 child to three
corner CBS, $300 also efficiency Call .OX up
and 2 bath. Call Open Sun. 3-5
bedroom p.m. GRAND OPENING
down MU 1-0325.
come see A. Ben- 1- 073. years.
for appointment. From $300 down, 2-bedroom, Kori, Realtor, phone CO-OP
down and no down 2 tile \bathrooms, CBS. any- -
$100 time 751-2243. FURN. 2-bedroom duplex NICE ROOM In private 2-bedroom bath
payment on some VA Beautiful oak floors and nice home for quiet $750 down
apt.. NW 51 St. type per-
homes. Fenster Realty only $11,000 total. $74 a 2-BEDROOM doll house. block. $23 week. 947-50G9 son on NW 52nd St., $10 $58 per month
(Broker) PL 9-8779. month pays all, FHA. Painted in and out, Flori- or 947-4962. week. NE 4-2793. Model: 1395 NE 150th St.
See A. Ben-Korl Realtor
room, perfect location,
3-BEDROOM, 1 bath, phone anytime 751-2243. good terms, low price, LARGE apt. ROOMS in a quiet home MUSIC
partly furnished, wall to drive by then call 1JMO! New CBS duplex, NW 61 and neighborhood $10 a MUSIC Instructor, Whit- I
wall carpeting. $350 down LARGE 3-BEDROOM NW 48 St. Fenster Realty, St. $21 week. WI 75069or week. 1012 NW 75 St. PL .ford and The Happy Hour I
FHA. 5220 NW 8 Ave. CBS Broker, PL J-8779. WI 7-4962. 8-4025. Methods. Mrs. Badger. PL '
Open Sunday 1-6 p.m. $350 down buys this 8-4925.

Fenster Realty (Broker) bargain, big rooms, nice OWNER pays closing PARTLY FURN.! nice 3- NICELY FURNISHEDroom
PL 9-8779. kitchen $83 month pays costs, 3-bedroom beauty. bedroom house large with all modern LESSONS
all, $11,800 total. Good Enclosed porch, dining yard, near NW 79 St. $27 conveniences including ROBERT SCH0FIELD -
INCOME PROPERTY. area, call for location. A. room, utility room, car- week, WI 7-1962 or 947- kitchen. Call 754-1452. private piano lessons in
Large lot, CBS, nice lo- Ben-Korl, Realtor, port, appliances. Near 5069. your home. Ph. 754-2537.
cation. House ihas three phone anytime 751-2243. bus. $10,600 total, $400 1-BEDROOM duplexrear HAND LAUNDRESS to"
bedrooms, plus garage, down. Shell Realty, Broker ( ) for couple or two under- '
FOR do men's ;
apartment, 2 4 LOTS in Carver Ranches SALEATTENTION
plus rear 4260 NW 7 Ave. ladies, everything fur- and socks. Call OX
bedrooms, 2 baths apt. Lot 14- Blk. 32, lot 13- 758-5551. "WynneHomes" nished. OX 1-3601. wear
Good terms. Don't forgetto Blk. 32, lot 22-Blk. 42, offers
a one "
call us on this one. lot 23-Blk 40, at a reasonable 7 YEARS NEW CBS mortgage deal bank financed I tt.tymn. r., ,< "'<" ,. ", '> It's a real bargain. Fen- price. If interested duplex 3-bedroom apt. Brand new luxury > < ;'j; '
ster Realty (Broker) PL contact Mr. Arnett at partly furnished and 1- type homes that have ;; :>'; r 1755; N,W. '83rd TERRACE :: ;
9 8779. 237 W. 27th St. New York bedroom apt. Completely look-
everything you are .. '
ATTENTION! "Wynne -City-, MO 2-7293. bus.furnished Live, rent awnings free., Only near p.m.ing for.at 736 Open NW Sun.47 Terr.2-5 d.QQoo.;" '" ,':.front' ,:CBS beauty, :with'carport: ,,diningroom .' I

Homes" offers a one mort- "WYNNE HOMES" Hur- :$14,000 total $400 down. Call JE 16902.CLEARANCE ,. .tile roof,,hardwood floors, appliances, no \
gage deal bank financed, ry! To the greatest op- Shell Realty, Broker, 4260 One '
brand new luxuary type portunity offered by the NW 7 Ave. 758-5551. SALE,,, redape. mortgage. :
ihomes that have everything area's largest home build- used furniture and appliances .
you are looking for. ers. Only $495 down! CBS BEAUTY, 3-bedroom: Bob's Furniture,, $800 Down $86'Month pays' all

Open Sun. 2-5 p.m. at Brand new 3-bedroom. 2 2 bath. Completely fur- 1430 NW 79 St. : '* j
736 NW 47 Terr. Call bath homes at 541 NW nished, Florida room, :.

JE 1-6902. 44 St. Call quickly! JE large kitchen, dining GROCERY STORE. F o l' ; :: : $1,000 :BELCMf! ,FHA .
., "
1-6902. room, near buses, reason- information call Domingc '

"WYNNE HOMES" Hur- able down payment. Easy Orsini, home OX 1-5654 I N9closi'ngcosts;; 1: : ,I modern CBS. with;huge Flo..
ry! To the greatest op- 2-BEDROOM house, gar- terms. Only $14,700 total. store 758-9381. and Check
portunity offered By the age, awnings and one Shell Realty Broker, 4260 ;room,. ;,air ;conditioning i appliances,* ,
area's largest home builders. bedroom efficiency in NW 7 Ave. 758-5551 tj' -?1 ; this unbelievable, deal. :
;Htrf; ; ; ; ,.
fenced in. Call PL .
Only $495 down rear '.
3bedrooms. 7-4667. HURRY ON This corner .. \ : "! 1 fl'.A.; : ; <4L9: i" >
Brand new, ; (
$ t
': ft (;'-: i wT ; f <
2 bath homes at 541 NW beauty. 3-bedroom, 2 I \ HHIt : fl l'i tt; hmiat.i'
44th St. Call quickly! JE BAR BUSINESS. Beer bath. Large kitchen, din- H !!.h. jtitkSPEC'ALS'! :: '

1-6902. and wine business with ing room, screened porch 40 IIM>>.ni h."'. .,.". i .....,,' t
dance floor and band appliances. Near buses. .* rtofeftt.M H. .... ...'- 8327 N.W. 14th Ct.. FHA
stand, building included, Only $10.500 total, $1.500 .(l C."I... N..' 84th St .$800 j
month. Shell Penn Georgia Co., Inc.' :1405 N.W. ,
921 NW 62 St. Call NA down, $85 ,
1821 NW 47th Street 4-3154 Broker. 4200 NW 11809 Meridian Avenue 1801 N.W. 83rd St.. Offer
by owner. Realty,
COST2 .. : .. .
NO CLOSING 7 Ave. 758-5551. I Miami Beach, Florida : :. : q; y % ,
bedrooms, enclosed front SPECIAL clearance sale. D.W., 'Ir k.r' .
IN. Gvrtoi
IW* mmuj tnim mmmf mmm mmmmmmmm i ; ;
and back porches, sepa- Sat., Jan. 16, at 9 a.m. CLOSE IN 1% years new, I ,...... I : .! ;. '. ,
rate garage, new roof. bedrooms 1% -------- I ;23 2342.n84: $
2 .
for large -
clothing family
up. .; .
Appliances, vpartly furn- specials on new and used bath, large Fla. room, I c4r _..._.......s.Nr .- I I 1;,, ; "
ished wall to wall I ,. ..... G6
drapes, furniture, appliances, central heat air cond., -------------I I
carpeting. Price is $9,500, cribs, etc. Bargain Cor- sacrifice $14,500, 835 NW low" U' Vt "3 N.7 fl i i0oooooo
$200 down and $77 month. ner, 5865 NE 2nd Ave. 18th Ct. owner 371-0502.) ....-------- I
Key at Life Realty, Bro- 751-7872. I See Our Estate ooo00ooo000
ker, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL NW HOME. $350 down I I in Richmond n/'j I IV

9-4371. Open Sunday and '63 CHEVROLET Bel-Alri FHA, $84 month, 1350 NW REGARDLESS OF SIZE REGARDLESSOF
evenings. stick. 327 Cu 350 43 St. Nice CBS home. 53U969
guards, I Jection Camict. Mable Roberts, Broker, PRICE WE HAVE IT11! !
MU 1-0325. NE 4-1481.


Tile roof, patio, barbecue. Shirt Pressers PLANS
Lovely yard. F"ice is Laundry DOCTORS LAWYERS TEACHERS
FHA valuation. $13,000 Experienced preferred, $100 DOWN PAYMENT

with $.100 down and $80 day and night crews needed. 3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS POOL HOME Beautiful three bedrooms CBS homes 0
month. A real fine houseon Ideal Area Schools, Playgrounds

Realty a very Broker nice ,street.4932 Life NW hired$3. bonus and brings to I whomever this ad Is For the person with exclusive taste, this fabulously furnished 3500 NW 205th Street-

7 Ave. PL 9-1371. Open with them. home in a lovely area. Only $17,500 total, $100 o 3511 NW 206th Street-ALL very young,

evenings. Apply Corre Cleaners and month, open Sat. and Sun. 1-5 p.m. Too see is to believe. 5 20501 NW 34th Avenueclean, elegant

2023 NW 43rd Street Laundry. LIBERTY CITY SPECIALS:
NO CLOSING COSTS 6310 N.E. 2nd AvenuePhonet TRIO REALTY PL 9-8327 1928 NW 48th Street: A completely reno-

CBS duplex, 2bedroomeach 801 N.W. 54TH STREET PL 9-0132 vated CBS home clean 2bedroom.
side. Tile roof, appliances 754.3573 ,Excellent terms with $1000 down pay
large yard, freshly -
painted. Price is FHA -- ment.
.. .. .
valuation $15,700, $600 -

down rent free and! $90 Key month.at L i Live f e FREE !III!! OPEN 2031 NW HOUSE 84th Street SUNDAY: You: cannot find another .

Realty, Broker, 4932 NW ConsolidateYour like it! 2-bedroom CBS. Only

7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open BuildingEstimates $250 down $46 a. month.
Sunday and evenings. Debts
1087 NW 73rd Street: A steal for the conservative -
3710 NW 14th Ave. clean 1-bedroom

FHA BARGAIN price -and$1,000 seller below pays Homes Apartments Dial Now for Moneyin CBS, $250 buyer.down BUYS IT.

save closing more costs than too$1,500! You, 3- Commercial 1 Hour NO DOWN PAYMENT MOVE RIGHT IN

sie bedrooms windows, 2 baths, awnings, jalou-, Excellent financing See these and then call us to start you as an
big Florida room, garage, available for all typesof owner.

appliances. Extra large buildings. Take advantage 2105 NW 47th St. 755 NW 59th St.
corner lot, landscaped, I PAYMENTS:
sprinkler system with 0 four wide 5810 NW 30th Ave. 3061 NW 55th St.

own and well, also $ 1,000 $ 20 Month
in the mortgage -
city water. Keys at Life experience $ 2,000 $ 30 Month i We are open every day including Saturdayand
Realty, Broker, 4932 NW financing field. Sunday from 9 to 7 p.m.
7 Ave. PL 9-4371. We will build for you. $10,000 $100 Month
S! Come in ands! di.culS. your home problems
2050 NW 152nd Terrace Established 1946.
Opa-locka LOANS ON VACANT LOTS OR ACREAGE1st o with us Join us with a cup of coffee
about us.
NO new QUALIFYING.3-bedroom CBS Like, your bank and 2nd Mortgages! ..

jalousie windows, terrazzo NORMAN BABEL R.I. Baron Mortgages FORD REALTYINC. Broker
floors, modern kitchen. COMPANY ,',
Price Is $10,500, $300 down MORTGAGE
5th Avenue
14535 N.E.
and $85 month pays all. .3639 NW.15th Avenue 635.4595
Key at Life Realty Bro 245 S.E. FIRST I j.. ; Mortgage Broker t.
ker, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL 9-0667 '"' ..- L000000
9-4371. Open Sunday. 0000000000000 _



14 THE MIAMI TIMES. Saturday, January 16, 1965 I

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,.Visit. Local; SchoolsMore i

_ __ __ __ _ __ _ _ __ _._ ____ .___._---.f
..',I" '.',.. ,, ,.H.,..II,'...',." '. .' '.,#.."+**** *'*******#********'* will "The Notion'sPlayground"
than 8,000 educators see

Jackson's Toddle Orchard VillaElementary at work when they attend the National I I .
Tops Guidance Association of Secondary-School Principals' Conventionhere ; .

Club MeetsIn Inn ActivitiesAfter Jan. 1620. t

OrlandoThe happy holidaysand Bus tours to some 40 Dade County schools have been
The members of Wider \
the hope for a pros- (for the educators who will a dote-
Horizons and Miami arranged visiting get .
Florida Area Con- perous 19G3 the faculty,
ference forTops Guidance ;staff ;students and parents Shoremen's Association up view of what is taking place in the nation's seventh .1a
Clubs and Directors spon- of Jackson's Toddle have made it possible for largest school system.

sored by the National Inn have buckled down to twenty-four Orchard Villa The principals will see team teaching, language labs,
Elementary School stu-
Sorority of Phi Delta work to make this a ban- %
Kappa was held in Orlando ner year for the school. dents to attend the Barn- reading centers, special programs for potential dropouts
Tu':day, Dec. 29! at The parents club met In um and Bailey Circus at and for the gifted students. They will see modern math in [ y 9lADDY

the Holden Street School. Its first new year's meet- Miami Beach ConventionHall action, guidance suites, satellite cafeteria operations and
In attendance wore representatives Ing Friday night with I on January 15, 1965.
from Tampa Vice President Andel! Tickets and transportation big classes taught by television. r
Miami and Orlando.: Mlcklns presiding The will be provided b y They will visit Coral Gables Senior High where they
The purpose:; of this! devotion was Inspirationaland our pupils t o excel i n will see a top-ranking sch ol of 3,500 students workingon
conference was to em- conducted by faculty these organizations. triple-shift schedules. I GRACE I
phasize the alms of the member Mildred Drown
I n order t o motivate will visit Miami Senior High where a of
clubs Inspire high educational A talk entitled Parents'responsibility They program
arithmetic the
moral and social to their membersof academic excellence has been adjusted to meet the needsof Today, January 12 makes
standards aid in development the Cooperative Study the 5th year since the
; children was given by: Committee selected four a large Cuban enrollment.
of wellrounded Mrs. Addle Seniors a parent passing of the late BishopC.
each grade group on the will Hialeah I I and Riveria Junior High
personalities; provide and Instructor In the They tour M. Grace. His life is
basis achievement.The
,k,. opportunities for broadening Public Schools o f Dade schools with their special education wings featuring pro written on our memoryas
the scope of youthful County. She mentioned pupils who will t grams for the blind, deaf and orthopedkally handicapped.The with invisible ink. The
activities; and devel- several points as prere- make the trip are: Russell principalsfrom across the countrywill pay callsto great men of the earth,
op a sense of social re- quisites to the total car- Sloan, Donna Pleze Het- such as Daddy Grace, are
sponsibility. rying out of parents re- tie Johnson, Dian Dames, Miami Beach Senior High, where five languages, from the shadowy men, who
Thp one day conference sponsibility. Among these Benjamin Jackson Doris French to Russian, are taught by the audlo-Ianual.- having lived and died,

combined three objectives were a sense of sharing, Murphy, Valerie Barrett, thod to Glades Junior High, an air-conditioned facility now live again and for-
sessions on club activi- a sence o f responsibility James Culmer, Cheryl ever through their undy-
ties, educational aspirations and relationship of com- Baker, Veronica Spann, constructed in 1963 with built-in fall-out shelter core ing thoughts.
and exhibition of munion and a developingof Earnest Ashe, Jennifer to Miami I I Northwestern High with its eleven vocational
talent. healthy bodies. She DeVeaux, Maggie Jackson Thus living, though :his
shop courses ranging from bricklaying to baking .. to
The morning session further stated that pa- Michelle Davis, Lona footsteps are heard no
from 9 to 12 include some rent's responsibility is to Culmer, Debra Jones, Ced- Silver Oaks,a resident school for dependent and delinquent more his voice as louder
challenging incentive1 by satisfy all of our child- rlcla Hagan, Christine children committed by the courts. than the thunder, and unceasIng -
Mrs. Ernest; Black Tlll- ren's needs; that childrenare Trapp Gary McPherson, They also will visit the school system's Central Data air. as the tides or
man Southern Regional seekers and that and Milton Allen The prophet seemed
{ Director of Tops, New are givers and parents Processing Center-located on the north campus of Miami- almost useless in. their
+ Orleans, La. The luncheon should embody i n their The members of t in e Dade Junior College-where elaborate processing equip time They did little for
session from 12:30:: to 2 giving comfort, enjoy- Cooperative Study Com- ment serving the entire country will be seen in operation. themselves, but, when
was highlighted by a ment anda mittee are: Miss Edna you look at the life
speech from T. H. Charl- sense, understanding o f achievement. DeVeaux, chairman, Mrs; Underway there will be student scheduling, attendance have lived since, you will
ton guidance counselor Continuing Mrs. Seniors Beatrice Gilbert, Secre- reporting, test scoring,grade reporting and record keeping.It find they have been God's
at Charles R. Drew High said parents should plan tary; Mrs Bessie Griffin; takes a lot of I learning and logistics to serve a pilots, guiding his people
School, Orlando, empha- Mrs. Mary Richardson; through all perils
with their children so that school system with more than 210,000 students from kin '
sizing education in the Mrs. James Hendon, and
space age and a speech cesses there will rather be a life than of suc- Mr. Lawrence Bethel; Mrs. dergarten through junior college. Today, we his true followers -
bv Elena Suzanne Roseof Cleora M. Pearsall bow our heads to ,
prin- Broward also will be
I stream of failures, she Nova High School in County on God in commemorationof
Kappa Orlando National a Phi Scholarship Delta urged parents to prepare Assistant pal; Mrs Principal.Hazel Alfred, tour schedule. But it won't be all work and no play for a great leader. His
winner In 1960 anda the child, stating that the visitors. Sunday scenic trips, boat cruises and even ,Christ-like spirit and a
readiness Is the key to devotion still in
Sarah Lawrence
College drift have been arranged.
graduate matriculating in effective learning. Food Show fishing the lives and hearts of
will be the FontainebleauHotel.
medicine Convention headquarters those who still believe In
at NYU
concerning Vice President Mlcklns
her visit to gave words o f welcomeand At Mays HighA his greatness. J

Ethiopia. admonished the parents Submitted by: .
Representatives from to make new resolves special meat cookery J I'>;. Mettle I i Hnmnvill True Grace Memorial
Miami Ann Ava and relative t i o o u r demonstration on Friday, Recognition Day ( the Glee Cluh House of Prayer For
Sharon Ashley, Barbara children, because childrenare Jan. 16 at Mays Junior- )) ) AlfoiiM:: Wil All People
Barrett, Doris Holifield, most precious posses- Senior High School. This At Kendall \ will conduct Re- Bishop B. A. Lawson ) I
Ginger Givens and Bertha sion; she admonished Informative educational Hov K Hut- Presiding I
Sandllands along with parents to provide the program, "Spotlight onFoods" (On :,;uud<1\'. .lanuitr.\' on .1 J Ir, will olfer priv' Elder N. M Harris, ( ,
their sponsor, Mrs. Lem- best the very best for will be presentedby at :'JJ5: i hm. (' and benediction! Overseer and Pastor \
mle W. Mitchell, were their families and to remember Mrs Hattie McSwain, Day will I1\I observed ,
guests at the dellhtful that physical a graduate home economist the Dade -
from the National County a st s .- slams. att
evening session
held at
things not all
are but ion'* Hume SW 72nd:
the Quarterback Club moral strength w e giveto Live Stock and Meat and With'e,
with the theme, "A New our youngsters Is the Board, Chicago.
Year's Fantasy," from main string toward deve- Tile 1I'sl speaker
9to1. loping them Into the kindof Ill!' ouMoion, will be

Warm praises are still citizens we want themto 18 YEARS OF RESPONSIBLE AiherthiiVoodbeny 'I
being given the Beta XI be. A buzz session was BUILDING .SERVICE TO will 1 Ix.1 )presented by I
Club In Orlando Myray had fcnd proved Interest- THE COMMUNITY ( nl'l' Wallace. Several .1.1I
Pldege president; Mrs. Ing and Informative, Plans the childien will bo I,
Ruth Rogers sponsor and were made for the mam- When BUYING or BUILDING ing part.Travel. :
Mrs. Clyde Nixon, basl- mouth May Day The
leus by Miami repre- Faculty and Staff servedas [CALL STANLEY )
sentatives for a most rewarding hostesses. / Films at

conference. I'! PL 1-3604 Dixie Park

Lutheran College the ancient Christian des- 9c Beautiful Homes LibraryThe
cription of the balancedlife Built on Your Lotor fourth program

Students Inter- : (Prayer and Work); Ours the travel film series '.
to try t o make a small Attractive Alterations the Dixie Park Branch :
City Retreat HereThe witness to unity: the unityof and Additions the Miami Public /
men and the unity of I/Ii will be held on l ?
Star of Bethlehemhas Christ's Church; to try to eLet Us Demolish day evening, Jan. 20
led a group of Lutheran gain an understanding of 11 Your Worn Out 8 p.m.
College students from the mission of the Churchin ,. House and Build a
the University of Miami, the city, assuming at Lovely New Home Films on Laos,
and the Miami-Dade Jr. the outset New Philadel- Call Us for Facts About and Portugal will R '
College to the New Phi- phia needs help. Building shown. 4

ladelphia tist Church Missionary, 915 NW Bap-62nd The program! will Include Good Bonk Financing The program Is -

St., for an Inter-City Re- Bible Study, silent and geared to all
4 treat. time, manual labor, com- STANLEY BUILDERS thus the entire
mon meals and possibly could enjoy an 0"J
The Idea of having the visiting In the neighbor- inc.Licensed ing evening at the
retreat at New Philadelphia hood. Sunday morning Insured brary.
was born at the breakfast will be servedto
opera, "Amahl 'and the the students In the The Branch Is
Night Visitors," which homes of congregation 888 N. E. 79th Street at 350 NW 13th Street.
Miami, Florida For
was performed during members. The students more
please call FR 7-5029.
the Christmas
Holidays will join the local congre-
at the St. James Lutheran gation of New Philadelphia : d<.
Ohurch, Coral Gables. The for Sunday worship
Rev. W. H. Washington, Transportation will be ; 3e
pastor of New Philadelphia provided by the St. Luke'sof Phone -
appeared In the Hialeah and St. James
opera as King Kasper, one Lutheran Church of Coral
of the Wise Men Gables. BLANCO ;

Chaplain Gordon Lath-
rop of both University of .'##I" I.,"

Miami and DJC Lutheran Meet your friends at DRIVING
Associations conceived the

idea, and the day after CAL'S LOUNGE ANDs
the opera got plans un- SCHOOL
derway to make drama a RESTAURANTFood
reality! at its best
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The date of the retreat You have tried the rest Flagler t
begins Jan. 15, 6:30: p. m. Now try the best Miami, Florida .
through Jan. 17, noon. Continuous service from 6 a.m. 7., J J't
a Miami's first Intt" '
The purpose Is to place to 1 a.m.
driving school
themselves fora week- 6910 N.W. 22nd Ave. s '
end, under the disciplinesof We help you with the ,
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a retreat with silence
oral and written '

well for study as manual and prayer labor; as to Owned James and and operated Nealle by Cathy Instructor McKinney ALso > GOOD TO BE JUST FOR THE YOUNG !

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Satur ay, anuary .

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:: The GrapevineV.I. I ;;;n I
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.. .. ', '..:', ... i: PEOPLE: Qunicy Jones, one of the geniuses of Firecompletely destroYed Hillary Clbson: : (SI, of
..1.... : 'fT .L': swingland, has been signed to a conductor-arranger deal by "The Biltmore," a muff, Elculhera died at

l'"r 1Il ) Frank Sinatra.. Duke Ellington's age is now showing no>e \17-y( ear-old duplex and the Princess Margaret

,.\\ Q ,............ ..1.L .::..:.:;:.:..:.::.;:.::.::.;:.;:.::.::.::.;:.f. than ever,but guys like Count Basle and Cab Calloway seem residential building and a Hospital World Dec.War 16.1 He veteran was
... : :'J.ii1WftiJ\fS1; ,\ ; :10@ii to have a graceful way of adding years and not making it the coiner aujacent of Homes Blue HJ11 oil and is survived try his I

too obvious..Clara Ward will have one more big nightclubdate !toad and Cameron St. on wife Amelia two sons.

By ALHKHT: \V. COOKK before returning to the New Frontier Lounge in Las the night: of Dec. 16. Fanned Jeff and Lcvaida Thomas and two
Dear Joe: Vegas, from which she has been vacationing for over two lire by uiho a stiff completely breeze,destroyed the- Nurse Ella Gibson-Whit-

months ...Jerry Butler makes his first big overseas tour a lurked car nearby field: two brothers, Carl
TO BE SHUT IN U an annoying thing. I remember this spring..Gloria Lynne, always a hot drawing card on and caused minor of West I'nlm. (leach and
being confined in a hospital. All I damage to other business Alton of I lock Sound: u
the East Coast orders her fabulous from Philly'sAllie ,
gowns "sister, Nurse Euleta C.ilKson -
and residential
could think of was getting out. I spent so White. buildings. Sawyer. The body

much time worrying about leaving that I could The iJiltniore, a land- was shipped to Illuff fur
not appreciate the opportunity I had to rest. PERSON-TO-PERSON: Sloppy White could easily mark in the Southern burial.

Since I was there, and since there was noth. become the comic-ofthe-year in 1965, since he made such District was owned by

ing I could do about it, I should have relaxed an i impression i on the Democrats and Kennedy s ... Larry Airs. Caroline' Strachan. The Hon. 'Etienne |fu-
The front piich editor of the Nassau
Steeleis part was rent-
always travelingand almost sits down
meditated. never relax ed
and to Plui Antonio as Ially'I'ribune, was knight-
which makes us wonder sometimes how he can find Tony's Cycle Shop. James ctl as a recipient of t :h MISFORTUNES CAN be overcome by con.templati time to scribble out all those interesting bits of news he .Major lived iu the rear. Queen's New Year's Honors -

n. We go through life looking for sends us from time to time..Several big-time rock and roll Tne lute Hobby and Min for "forty years': ser-
na Thompson \ floc to tin Uahamas, its
fortune. However Booker T. Washington were the
fame or
singers ore in deep trouble with Uncle Sam's tax agents, original owners. an elected Member of
reflected and said, "Let down your and might i lose houses of their booking agents don't bail (he House of Assembly
bucket where you are." Even out of a sea of them out quick. l 1'Jrrol(Skct'gie) Smith &I is a i Member' of the Legislative -
trouble can come buckets of blessing. If we I'll: of West End Grand Council: and In the
THE LOWDOWN Lionel Hampton will doubt to
: no try
Senate anti as an untiring
Confinement lluliama died at the
time foi
can provide
convert the Cold War into Cool War during his fourweektour I Freeport Medical Center \\orker for charitable and

thought. behind the Iron Curtain. Hamp's tour includes Czech Deo. 12. He was assistant welfare) organization*."

HAD I LET DOWN my bucket while I was Slovakia, Yugoslavia and Russia, and he took his entire 16- manager Service of Esso's Center\VtostlOnd and made The militant Knight Bachelor editor was in

in that hospital, it 'night have been the start I piece orchestra..Jimmy Smith, the Jazz organist whose director of the West End the Queen's New Year

of something big. might have written a book. album covers brighten up record racks all over the world branch of the Bahamas Honors List.t

Perhaps I would $ave come up with an out- wherever jazz lovers congregate, has inked a movie deal. .Junior Chamber of Commerce () the r Mahamlans

standing poem. There were these and other *, awarded Mir Queen's Certificate -
FRANKLY SPEAKING: We can't see all the fuss about -.
possibilities. However, I only worried about Survivors are mk/pa- I and Badge: of Honor -
white barber a hair his
forcing a to cut Negro's against in recogntion of long
loose v icnls, Mr. and Mrs.V'ohn
getting wishes, since we've had a hard enough time getting a Negro Smith; his wife, Jenf.hu, years of service to the

THERE IS A DIFFERENCE between being barber to cut our hair right when it's not against his wishes.We u Mon. a daughter, ;llve. people of the Bahamasare
: Thomas Dorsett J.P.,
loose and .being14free. "Stone walls do not a don't like the idea of any guy wielding a pair of clippers, ers.sisters and three broth-.. Williams Town, Exumgrf 01'

prison make." We) who come and go freelyare scissors or a razor over head when he doesn't want to be Jerome Fitzgerald Gre ;-

often not bothered in the first place. The bodies of two Idpe offlcer-in-charge/ of
DEGREES adults and three chlldren Parcel PORt Ministry: of
THERE ARE of freedom. To FUNNY FOLKS: Baltimore's very fat deejay, Fat who were trapped in ttte Posts and Teleatfmmun-

want to do something and not be able to i is not Daddy of WSID,had an interesting way of silencing hecklers cabin of a sloop that capsized Ications J.; P.PrlncWA., Nfissau Hep-

being free. Financial \ nd intellectual barriers during a recent ceremony during which he corwned The Flamingos Long on Day the Cays way Andros from burn Vera :MnoVwIdwife.; Mrs.!Thc'

often hamper freedom Things which im. the "King of Vocal Groups" on the stage of the recently were found two\ Bogue Elftthera: t *i e

pede our self 3 ealizatiin imprison us some Royal Theatre. Fat Daddy told a heckler: "Why don't you days after the tragedy. \ Rev.M'thlwUjot* i".nk E. Poad

what. .Liberty is a''[ewara. of reasoning. Think. do something constructive -- like going home and killing The fied adults Emma were identi- au: Minister Marie Pople.NasM.Vc. -
TO BE FREE one nSfllt think. One often three or four chinches so you can sleep tonight." To another and Felix Knowles Ferguson but the 1 1I1)Ylf!; Bullocks Harbor,
heckler he directed his query: "Is that your face, or did your children were not identi- I 1 'land\ ; Cleveland H.
does not take time to .dd, so. As a result his fied. ,..e'h k Jp" Nassau;
fall down? Eight persons pel'Ished '
movement may become"J.etricted.. He maymove in the accident. The n" IeJ't Stewart Straton
about as he pleases. 'Yet he may be THE NIGHTWATCHMAN: Virgie Till, the tall, pretty boat was found 11 hours :\1it1'joh Harbor Abaco.

locked up within. If one takes time to rea- and shapely vocalist, and Sonny Till, former leader of the later.

son. If he ponders long enough and deep Orioles vocal brother and sister

enough' he might discover something about "It was something we made up about eight years ago whenwe

,I free.himself. This might make him a little more were appearing in Miami, Fla.", she told us.

" TIME SPENT THINKING is not time wast- Frontiers Plan Cherry In the loss of his BE A NURSE'S AIDETHE

ed. As a matter of fact thoughts are an hon- father In Sanford.

orable thing for time to be spent on. Annual ElectionThe IDEAL SCHOOL FOR
Plans were discussed to
Miami Chapter of
"LET DOWN YOUR BUCKET where invite other civic mindedmen
you Frontiers Internationalmet into the organization.An TRAINING NURSES' AIDES
are." Pull it up and wash yourself clean with at the home of Yoke- Invitation is ex-
thoughts. Let each experience! be a milestonein fellow Ted Plessy on tended to all persons Interested 2380 W. FLAIGLER STREET
your life. Look at yourself. Are you satis- Tuesday, Jan. 12. in tfccomlng affiliated -
Yokefellows Charles to meet with the Call for information 226-7403
fied with ?
you Stop being "happy go lucky. Jan. 26 at 2166 NW
Hadley George Kilpat- group
Stop being so care'ree.TOO rick Ted Plessy, E. N. 53rd St.The New classea begin Mon. & Thurs. Jan. 18-21

MANY TIMES one has said to himself, Taylor and Chairman Os- Frontiers is the
car W. Weaver Jr. were
"If I had thought about it." Now that you have appointed as the nomi- only Negro International

timeThink.. The Genie in the lamp of nating committee for the service organization In
of officers the country and oper-
election !
thought can set you
scheduled for January 26. ates along the lines Lions of HOME STUDY COURSE FOR
Your brother, Albert The group extends sym- the Kiwanls and
pathy to Yokefellow Jas. organizations. CIVIL SERVICE EXAMSP.O.
P.S.-This is our Father's world Cousin

------ ,c.- Box 174 -o- Crotigny Branch
was really gone, SCHOOLS
You showed me I was Miami!, Florida 33163Copyright
Bobby Marshall

Say Thanks Then you taught me howto Postal Exams Federal Entrance Exams DO YOU WANT A BETTER FUTURE?.. .. to... ... ... .
carryon. U.S. Clerks Offle. Work ? .
Thanks for the lift in
If .o, fill out this form and mall It today to the above address -
time Thousands hove trained and reached success through even if you have failed before, you may qualify
while holding present iob. For a low, low,
And thanks for my son s. Home Study
(I'm pulling thru and it's fee, train now, even If you foiled before. Needless to say, Dot. ..... ..... ... .. .196... ... ..
'tiI'd because of you the qualified will get the appointments.Write Name .. ... ... ... .. .. .Phon No. .... ... ... .
(N I'll do the same for youif Address .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... City: and State ..... .. ..
your turn comes to P.O. Box 174, Cratlgny Branch, Miami Fla. Ag.. .. ..Marital Status ... ...No. of Dependents! .. .
But I hope it never will, Why walt? Thousands are hired annually through the merit 1. Did you finish grade school?. .. .. High School .. ..
I've been thru
cause College.; . .. ,
won't the millI forget this debt Name. . .. .. .. .. ... .SSNo. .. .. ... 2. Do you really went to work for the Government? ...... .

-.... --- I'm pulling through. Address . ... .. .. ..Phone .. ... ... .. 3. Have you tok.) a Civil Service.Exam?. .. Results .
Bobby Marshall What kind of work would you like to do? .. .. ... .. .
like to take this Hours. .. .. .. ......
Present Working ... .. ..
time to thank the many, 4. Have you studied for a Civil Service Exam?
many friends here In Miami See What We DoT 5. Are you a veteran.Do you draw disability? ...
for being so kind to 6.'Would you be willing to spend a little money for the

me during my recent and h e Heart Associationo materials you would us.? ....
tragic Illness. Your pray- f Greater Miami cor- PROTECT. YOUR FURNITURe 7. Would you sincerely go through this training UNTIL

ers and good wishes dialy Invites you to a 'S WITHOUT HIDING IT* RKAUTYI you reached success? .... .. ..
have been appreciated. Invitation
Here is little special "Open House" ( CUSTOM MADE 8. What kind of work do you do now?. .. .. .. .. ... .. ...
a poem only) at its new
that I think sums up my headquarters, 5080 Biscayne c + PLASTIC FURNITURE 9. What hours do you work at the present? ... .. ... ..
feelings to a tee. Boulevard, on Sunday If you will fill out this form, mail it to us we will return
I'm pulling thru and it's January 17, 1965 SLIP COVERS notify you as what you can qualify for, approximately how

When because of you from 3:00: to 5:00: p.m. e. cnnAL MIAVT CAU GRAS.. long it will take you to prepare yourself and the low-low
I down
was you '"*
C of service.
lent a helping hand Staff members will Jul nsT HT' cost our
Lonely, hurt and blue, I guide you and explain the wuvsuSANTso .r "SUCCESS" can be yours if you are willing to preparefor
''had no way to turn workings of the organization. It. WHY DON'T YOU TRY? Thousands hove reached
Till you said "That's bad An art exhibit com- ....... success through this training. You may also If you ore

enough tears, just prising the most recent SMuurwrenw willing to study and prepare yourself. Don't delay, mall
sI a ESTIMAflfAar
paintings and structuresb /nq
laugh and learn. II..n of future.
this form today. Think your
y Miami Sylvia e zPECUttmNa1a '
I'm pulling thru and it's Glassberg is o n dsplay. ,: : IUsss p PLASTIC iilv aT WHY WORK FOR PRIVATE ENTERPRISEI! When you may
because of you The Heart Office Is opento SLIPCOVERSEXCLUSIVELY ( possibly I work for the government with fringe benefits,

You made me see how the public daily, Monday such as paid vacations, sick leave with pay, regular pay
lovely life could be thru Friday, from
tfoue of Greiehen Wl Mill raises and a future.
Lifted up my heart and 0:00: a.m to 5:00: p.m. Civil Service offers equal job opportunity for all races
made me count the cost
To flmHl gained not lost. Be sure to come and
Formerly Gretchen.NickoUt Plastic Corer
When I thought that hope invite a friend 't.' .



:C s "j, 16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Saturday, January 16, 1965 '_ __, -._ '_'_'- 'r' ..,, y. L .. t

U' ; ,1 'Dade CRB Launches Equal! I JobvOpportu.itrCampai9n! 1IJ I

or,, ,. 7Ii i>"--_.. < .' :/".'::i.AWIII.A.: nIUl __ .__ _.. _"_1 __It -'to -OWNens: -
ployers to adopt a non-discrimination-in-em- IJke new 2. 3, 4 bedrooms
A Dade Community Relations Board official ployment policy. Those who meet the stand- IROWARDCOUNTY from $GO monthly, 1
** said Friday that the board is ready to ards of the CRB will be authorized to display mortgage, no closing rostnnewer
i.\ launch a campaign to provide equal job opportunities blue and white Equal Opportunity Employer area nan city
water city newer, and
for Negroes and other minority emblems. modern schools, large

groups. Each employer must adopt a nondiscrimination loin, landscaped and side.
I CRB Executive Director Ernest Lent Jr., policy statement and complete a questionnaire NEWS walks. Other houses in
all areas from $250 down,
} said the Equal Opporunity Employer program showing how the policy will be car- low monthly payments.
will get underway within two weeks. ried out in order to qualify. By Walter Bowv King Realty Inc. Broker. -
The ORB approved the program earlier this Firms participating will be asked to sub- 8002 NW 7 AT*.
week and final details will be worked out by The South Broward 731-4700. Indf
mit an annual report citing both problems and Post No. 8195 V.F.W. will
I{ the panel's employment committee next week. hold its KINDERGARTEN
progress. They must also state that they are regular meeting
Metro Commissioners endorsed the idea in equal opportunity employers in their ads. Sunday January 17th at TO PARENTS of child-
December. Bowe's Modernistic Bar- ren ages 2-5 we are accepting -
The board will attempt to work with firms
t ber Shop 4144 S. W. 17th mid-term regis-
Dade's program is voluntary and is designedto and employes by reviewing complaints from St. at 5 pjn. All membersof tration for your child at
help both employe and employer to settle employes, and it intends to work with Negro the Veterans Of For- the newest, most beau-
problems growing out of the equal employment groups to make job opportunities known and eign Wars bring a member tiful kindergarten, call
provisions of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. that qualifies for VFW now,
1 education
to encourage Negroes- to get Our membership drive is LYNJEFF
J The CRB will try to persuade Dade em- necessary to qualify for better jobs. still on, all officers please KINDERGARTEN
I be present. Wilbur Jenkins 6G01 NW 24th Ct.
r _. Post Commander.The 69G-O891 or PL 9-8779
-- -- ------
t.t.t. New York Opens Pick up and delivery
I WIGS Fire Dept. of Car-
SALES RENTALSSERVICE Monday night January 18, for fall,
Inle..acial Bank :
at 8 p.m., all membasplease session is under way for
Rent A Wig be present at the Juanita's Kindergarten.
3, day or morn fire station on S. W. 44th Pick up and delivery.
NPI-The first Interracial bank the
NEW YORK ( ) in
Ave. and 21st Street. C.B.
Aa little as $soo Fyll or part time. For in-
history of New York opened for business, Christmas week. KIMBERLY'SBeauty Blount, Fire Chief ftyrnatlon! call Mrs. Juan-
{\ Although its organization was delayed by a long and iUr.Jackson OX 1-2350 or
sometimes stormy period of founding, the Freedom National Salon The Star Light LodgeNo. Mr*. Sands III 3-4759.
542 to meet
4310 NW 7th Friday
.r ---
Bank went into operation with an/Afternoon reception. Phone 757-9254 754-3028 night January 15, at the KINDERGARTENEnroll
r Bankers in New York will be etching to see just how Masonic HaU o n Pem-
things go at Freedom. They will b looking for such indicators ----- broke Road, all members your child: in the
I deposit growth another factors which will please be present and on mood.. modern, approved,
r as earnings time.It llceat: .". d, kindergarten In
Determine the success or failureyut the banking institution. the iteea, reasonable, pickup
\ The local bankers are stlptical of Harlem. It is no TrooperBillsays. :'(1 was reported last and delivery.
> secrV In banking circles that or* bank which established a week that Mr. Milton -> LYNNJEFF
Hepburn is in Memorial
F Harlt&N; branch In recent yearl is not too happy. with the .. Hospital in Hollywood. He KINDERGARTEN
results. f is not doing well and we
However the management tj Freedom National says the hope he gets better real.6601 NW 24th Court'

bank can confrtiu to the areJ's economic future by virtu soon. t
of its special !int 'to the cfumunity. OOOOOOOOOOOQO3 oooooooo000
"We pre herl to make 'and loans, said William R.

Hudgins, president. .FreeJo'MJNational is completely color ;
blind. We invite busirf>'t'.s pa everybody. We are serving all i---------------------------!
the population of New lot* City"

lociocxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxju .;1 g 651 N.W. 47th$treet 1835 NW 41st St.

,: 1921 N. W. 50th Street
.. '" \ and 51st Terr.
Corner 150 x 100 nth "{
: SAN ANTONIO, Tex.- Lot Good for Church or BusinessWe
Airman Lasby C. Phillip baUd, buy land, homes or mortgage
Facing difficulty, bad luck, evil conditions? son of Mrs. Josephine
Phillips of 1770 NW 152ndSt.
Seeking success and peace of mind? Consult ., Opa-locka has com- NEED MONEY? CALL JE 8-1340
Bishop Virdue. For appointment call: 377.1396 pleted Air Force basic
military training at Lack-
1815 N.W. 1st Ct., Miami, Florida l land AFB Tex.

Message meetings and prayers for the sick. Airman Phillips has
been selected for technical
Each night 8 p.m. training as a com-- START THE NEW YEAR OFF WITH

DONATIONS ONLY'rpl In driving rain or heavy fog, munications at the wiring Air Training specialist BUYING A HOME FOR YOUR FAMILY. .
it is better to stay at homeor Command (ATC) schoolat
to stop driving if you are Sheppard AFB, Tex. DRIVE BY THE FOLLOWING THEN
d- caught on the road. Unless you His new unit is part of
day have clear vision ahead, you the ATC system which CALL EDISON
may drive off the road, crash trains airmen and officersIn
4000 1st AViENUE into ahead of the diverse skils required -
a car you, or
by the nation's aerospace
98 NW 52nd Street
collide head-on with
t An atmosphere of quiet dignity. Relax in t an on- force.
coming car. Reduce speed so The airman is a 1964
the restful calm of our quiet, yet, convenient that you can stop within the graduate of North Dade (First time offered!)
location. CBS 4 large bedrooms, 2 bath, car distance you can see. 3-23 High School. 3-bedroom CBS, Fla. porch,'garage, fencedin
t port with a beautiful efficiency. Loaded t large corner lot with sprinklers, FHA
with all extras at $27,500 this is a steal. terms.

I a NO QUALIFYING t HAD MAN MAX 495 NW-.41st Street

Lovely CBS 2-bedrooms completely furnish
ed. Total price only $11,800. $71 per month BUYS- ANYTHINGSELLS (First time offered!)
pays everything. I A nice "doll" house on corner. Fla. room,
carpeting and drapes. FHA terms.
Refrigerators $19.95 up
Beds 10.95
I up
We got 'em. Drive by, see these beautiful Stoves 280 NW 14th Avenue

3-bedroom, 2 bath homes today. TV' Couches 14.95 up
(First time offered)
524 NW 52nd Street I Radios Pole Lamps 8.95 up Beautiful, modern like new CBS home. FHA
4020 NW 3rd Avenue terms.
O 3021 NW 69th Terrace OR WHAT HAVE YOU

1010 NW 57th Street
t --
0 1075 NW 56th Street

e 2713 N.W. 62nd St. 4100 NW 14th Avenue
Can't seem to find that lovely 3bedroomCBS Lovely CBS corner duplex. Like new. 1 side

home that sells for only: PHONE 696-3771 furnished. 2-bedrooma each side. $16,500

$1 1,. OO FHA valuation

I and has a down payment of only $100 with t .
low monthly payment of only 63.62? "-
This VA value Ls a.t 430 NW 59th Terrace

17130 NW 36th AVENUE t' JET TV CLINICHOME Duplex CBS each apt. 2-bedrooms. Only 5
old. No qualifying. Reduce to $15,500.
Added features: Terrazzo floors, large 75x years
100 lot, range, refrigerator, close to schools, SERVICE CALLS $1.00 Terms arrarnged.

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