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 22, 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: UF00028321:00353

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Just as steps were would ha't add It is hoped that the
r taken Monday to get 10 $1.238,800.( The school portion work will get started by
million dollars In U.S. aid would b e credited lute this year. But before i ii
for development ofMiamI's since the new West Dun- t can begin the local I
Central (Negro bar School already supports government must certify
District Miami City Ma- the project. to the federal government k
nager M. L. Reese reported that they have the money 1.1
that the city does not When told by City Ma- and where It will come ,; I
have funds its
to pay .
nager Melvin Reese that tram ,
$1,271,592 share o f local
Miami was expected to F
co ts. The renewal area runs
provide its share in the
r from N.V., 14th St t o
..a.b dH Metro's Urban Renewal rehabilitation project: City S.W. 22nd St. and fromN.

Agency voted to request Commissioners Sidney W. :3rd Ave to N. W. .:
$10,104,490 from the Urban Aronovlts, Mrs. Alice
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(ith Place it contains 2,200
y Wainwrlght and Stephen
Renewal Administration -
dwelling units. Under the
t o cover twothirdsof Clark were shocked.
the Metro plan only 1,700 \
cost. dwelling units will h e

Metro Renewal DirectorEd Aronovltz: "Weren't we built Tucker Bald the remainder -
Tucker estimated that told and wasn't it in the of the land will
the IGO-acre project will agreement that there go to open space, schools,
Javits and cost: nearly 18 million dol- would be no monetary parks and, street systems yc
Young Brinkley lars-3,5 million of which outlayj\ y Miami-that
I will be covered by the leveled the only thing we'd b e It was disclosed also by l
land. responsible for would be Tucker that from :50 to ,
Slated for Forum Series Here things for which we'd receive 1500 town-houses some '".
By Tucker's estimatethe credits. with as many as five bedrooms -
rAIJIMAIM/YA I QtiIIMj'7 local cost will be arc planned for
I A national leader in the struggle: of Negro citizens for $1,819,635 and Metro Reese said: "Yes, but the area, with price tags
equal rights; an internationally respected United States would have to spend that was unrealistic; the In the $12,000 to $14,000
Senator; and a learned'television news commentator share $1,875,252 and the Hoardof money has to come from range FHA .financing on j
the spotlight in the Community Forum Series, starting Public Instruction somewhere" these would: be possible. f
February 8th at Temple Beth Am 5950 N. Kendall Drive, I 1 IIL. I+. .. wlFlorida

'3 I{ South First Miami.speaker in the three-part series is the honorable Truck Stops Accused :

Jacob K. Javits senior senator from New York State. ;1
Among his many achievements in political, economic and

social reforms, the Republican Senator is author of'the recent of Bias Against Negro Drivers

written"Order in of Battle"' A republican's call to reason, k* ; ** *** .... f j, *
1964. '
TAMPA Fla.:.:::((NPI) -A local group of Negro"truck
I 'Whitney M. Young, Jr. executive director of the ,
National Urban League will speak on March 10. Mr. Young Racists Bum 2 drivers cha'ged here last week that stops in most pads of

I is one of the leading architects of the current war on po Florida are practicing discrimination, in a drive to force
I.AtJane verty.His recent book on the race question,"To Be Equal" Negro Churches Negroes. 'out of the lucrative truck driving occupation.
l was described in the .Saturday Review.as..the best book A spokesman for the group, Leroy Bell, 29, said N ': ,
being forced out drivers of trucks because" of' ""'
> I written on the subject. JONESBORO, La.- groes are as ,
The final program, April 4, presents David Brinkleyof (NPI) Two Negro the Jim Crow practices which force them to drive for hours4;:,
NBC News now in his 21st year with the network.In churches were burned to without food and use of the restrooms. >. .
Maebelle Pratt, the planning stages for more than two years, the the ground last Sunday in Bell said Florida stops have actually gotten "tougher"
daughter of Mrs. Clarabell Community Forum Series is an effort by members of the this north Louisiana town in the enforcement of strict segregation practices since the
Pratt and the late John Louis of the Civil Rights Act. lie described routes
congregation to continue intellectual growth, assume the that has been the scene of passage along
Pratt, of 14640 Polk Street, development of a vibrant and informed community and to several racial strifes in the east coast from Daytona Beach to Tampa, and west-
Richmond Heights, Florida, became involved in the realization and comprehension of recent months. east route to'"Miami' from Tampa as the prime enforcers of
has returned to Miami after The burnings occurred segregation.
the major issues of our times. .
completing studies at Man All speakers will participate in a question 'and answer just a few hours before From Tampa to Daytona Beach, we can't stop at a ,
hattan New York. She was period following their presentations. ; civil rights leader, Dr. single place and get service," Bell charged. "This includes -
awarded a diploma in chair Tickets for the series are now available at Temple Martin Luther King Jr., stops at Deland, Sanford, Orlando and Tampa." Bell
assisting, business administration was scheduled to lead a said an attendant at a Shell station at Hillsboro and Armenia
Beth Am, at $6 for the series. Patron tickets are $25, and
and laboratory techni- i massive assault on racial told him "the rest room (is out of order." Shortly
two series tickets. Sponsor tickets are $100 and
segregation in Selma, Ala.
niques. afterwards, Bell said he developed hunger cramps about
include four series
Sponsors and patrons will occupy -
During the National Dental reserved section. The burning of the 30 miles outside of Tampa and was forced to use the rear "
Convention Dec. 8, she was churches Pleasant door of the truck stop,where he begged a woman for a sand
The Temple Beth Am Forum Committee is headed by Grove Baptist, four miles
student invitedto wich.
among guest Dr. Morton S. Notarious west of here; and Bethany
attend the exhibit of modern It is choose On the east-west route, service is refused Negro
your privilege to you think is best Baptist, nine miles to the
dental equipment, heldat for have drivers until they are just outside of Miami, Bell added,
and the
our purpose, you undying gratitude of the east was reported by
the Statler Hilton Hotel, writer for your wonderful cooperation. Charles Fenton, a CORE "Negro drivers are being forced out of the trucking business
in New York City. Miss Pratt worker. as drivers because of the practices," Bell continued.
has returned work the Bell father of children and of six
to at Both two a veteran yearsas
churches had been
office of Dr. William A. Chapman a driver, said Negro drivers had filed complaints with
cites of recent voter
Jr. where she has Powell Tells Laborto istration rallies. reg- the Urban League and NAACP.

been employed for several ,

years dental All, assistant.as Florida"secretary and End Race Bias r- yr*'-..to\'Hij) ,**, SvpiriiitMaMt?'w's93w"'# c ", > at Kendall' J I

Robert L. Taro, superintendent linquents.
have not heard of of Kendall Children's Welch declined to comment Domestic Peace
CountiesRegistered ( action that has been Home, was fired Friday by because "1 have been askedto
to enforce this Hoke make a full report on Ken
Acting County
1 have not heard! ) of Welch who disclosed that the dall to the grand jury," but Corp Workers
local charters being grand jury has launched an said he is "dissatisfied with
because of the operations there" He said
investigation into
of this heinous he asked Taro to resign Wed
Lafayette tions With there.Welch concurring nesday but that the $9,000- Coming HereA

that I have heard Goode immediately announcedthe ayearsuperintendent re-
the )pounding on my appointment of Isaac A. fused. Domestic Peace platoon -
Registers 57 for the repeal) of 11 Withers, a 39-year-old Negroas Taro said that conflict will land In D a d e ...
Taro's successor. Withers with Welfare Director Ray County within( three'month
TALLAHASSEE The has.been a probation officer Goode caused his ouster. to launch an offensive -
Congress of Racial Equality said, the history with the juvenile court since Taro said they disagreed on in the war againstpoverty.
claimed Monday that for the -! own struggle "philosophy of child care." .
1957. He expects to com-
Its "ought to
first time in modern history, unions the ability to plete work on his master's "lie emphasized the dollar The Miami( area is one
there ore Negroes registeredto Into the lives of oth- degree this summer. rather than treatment. He of the first "fronts" to receive -
vote in every one of Florida's has no feeling for human
and see a measure of Goode said: "Mr. Withers corpsmen.Twelve .
67 counties. said."I disadvantages: they has done more than any other emotions. lie is notwilling
The final racial barrierin ( endured a man in Dade County in helping to send money where it is VISTAs (Volunteers -
voting registration was while ago" to rehabilitate Negro de- needed," Taro said. In Service to America -
lowered, CORE said, on Jan. ), the Peace Corps' domestic -
15 when 57 Negroes signed equivalent, will be

their Lafayette names to County the voter, which rollsin GAMBLER SAYS HE PAID OFF 26 COPS sent neighborhood here to work Impro'eml'nl in-

has not had a registered Nero man in Jacksonville Investigations of other $300. Then 'C,' 'D' and 'E' programs, a phaseof
since i Reconstruction.There Tuesday that he policemen suspected of were getting $90 each. President Johnson'santipoverty
were no incidentsand monthly payments taking bribes are underway "F" was getting $25 war.
no attempt to put obstacles policemen to keep said Edward M. and "G" was getting $20, The VISTA contingentwill
in the way of the registration from troubling his Booth first assistant state and I'd say then that 'H' work under super-
drive. according to : house. attorney. through 'Z' "was getting vision of the Miami. Housing

CORE Field Secretary Spiver McGhee gave Permitted to use letters $10 a month. Authority and In cooperation ,

Gordon. ; testimony the second Instead of names In iden- A tape recording playedat with Dade Recreation r
CORE quoted one regis <(< of the criminal court tifying the men he said the trial Monday revealed and Welfare Departments
trant, Louis Gosten, 93, as of police Capt. he paid off. McGhee gave that McGhee hada and other agen- '
saying he had "Waited 93 } W. Duggan, accus- an "A to Z" rundown. discussion about payments cies. Miami's Executive
years to put my mark on that taking $90 a month wit h a man he Housing Director Haley
book. I'm glad I done It." "A" was getting $800 a Identified as Duggan. Sofge, snid.: ,
month "B" was getting


.2 THE; MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 22, 1965
in Selma
300 Try
y ,
t M Freed Death Car Driver

Ala. None BegisferedUrging

Charged With Manslaughter west Alabama city, King King was struck nn the
non-violence after said "This I h only a be- temple) and knocked
he was attacked i n ginning." against a desk by a man
Manslaughter chargeswere of eight-year-old Rufus of the public.In the opening day of a civil Identified a s Timmy|
filed last Thursday by Fisher, struck down while Metro Court on driving rights drive in Selma, "Our attorneys are exploring George Robinson!' 20, Of
riding his bicycle. charges,.investigation proved Alabama. Martin Luther channels for legal HlnninKham and a meml _
State Attorney
Richard. When Carlton Fisher the that Bell's license had pre- shifted his campaign remedies to the v o t i n g l her of the National state
death King
Oerstein car
against a
boy's father and a schoolteacher viously been revoked. Tuesday to registering situation," King said, calling Right Party. Negroes!
driver originally freed by a
Negroes to Join with King .
complained of repeated He was sentenced to six Negro voters. more grabl.Vd Robin
peace justice. months for drunk driving the dilve. Court notion son. Wilson Barker, director
in drunk
Last May, John Erven continuance and careless driving and Nearly 300 went to the was anticipated b y next of Public safety wad-
Bell 36, was Cleared by 'from driving the same charges accident stemmin, the lack of license.. Bell courthouse Monday, but week, he said, In the effort ed Into the surging crowd,
Justice Hugh Duval of the posted an appeal bond and none was registered. King to get more Negroes held Robinson by the collar -
Christmas Day death case came to the attention lead Neg-
'would list.
last week the court confirmed said he on the voter and hoisted him off
In another registration the floor.
his driving convictions. roes attempt Tuesday. Only) a small)) percentage -
Oerstein said that further of Negroes can vote Robinson was jailedon
National CORE in investigation into the After Negroes desegregated although they outnumber charges of assault) and
year-old case showed groundsfor three downtown white residents In Dallas disturbing the peace His
"l direct filing of charges tightly segregated; restau- County by a ratio of six tend was set at $400
of manslaughter by culpable r-iqts and a hotel In the to four.
Red $157,000A negligence.
Two witnesses testified Pallbearers to 000
that Bell's Cadillac went Into -
report from New York this week revealed an S-curve on NW 75th St. Dedicate New BARON'S NEW HOMES

office of the Congress of near 18th Ave. with its tires bath, Fl.i.
that the national Temple SundayThe .1 l.iiKf beds'woms, 2 room garage:

Racial Equality is in the red $157,000 and its squealing.Testimony showed that United Order Open 3 to 5
top staff members, including national director the boy was riding his bike of Pallbearers of g 651 N.W. 47th Street 1835 NW 41tt St.

James Farmer have not been paid for two to against traffic but at the America, Inc., will dedi- 1921 N. W. 50th Street

six weeks. right edge of the road. He cate their new temple at I C''D'r ISO: x IOU) 11th .\\.*, and Slit Terr
After a report that New York's CORE, the was dragged on the bumper 5525 N.W. 7th Ave. SunI I C.d for rhuwh or Bu"IDt'i"
of the for 100 feet down at 2 1,411
car day p.m.
Manhattan branch of the organization in
the roadway. The Lodge formerlymet j Q \\f build, buy land, home!', or mortgiarR
debt for $3,000 and could not be helped by the Last May Peace Justice 5 LARGE LOTS FOR SALE

national CORE, because the national group Duval told Bell that the for more than 25 MONEY? CALL JE 8-1340
in a hall it ownedon g NEED _
lacked funds, the financial situation was re boy's death was "on your years 6th Ave. between 20th j
conscience." However, he &OOOOOOOCHLucy's
vealed. and 21st Streets. The old j
ruled that speeding
The community relations national directorof sufficientto building was demolished
drinking not
CORE, Mervin Rich, said the New York along with other struct-
justify manslaughter
t, ures In the path of the
CORE had not requested any aid from the chances. North-South Expressway.A Coin Wash

national body. Winners AtHampton large attendance i s ,.! ,, ,. ,
Rich said, however, that CORE owed $157- )"' '1'" '''" v"?&"'" ";:t '
anticipated at the dedica- : :' ,
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HouseAt ;18 HWMTE; &YCLEFastest
000, and that he, Farmer and six or seven tory service, as a numberof ':f, v -- ;

other top staff have been missing paychecks. Hampton Home Motel local branches hold < ,.,::Cfoanest, + t;} Lowest, + :.'Dfying.. Ft costs
this weekend at {> "
past were their monthly meetings "
CORE finds itself in debt Rich : "
every year
said, but that the current debt was the larg- two contest winner? from the temple. Other frater- !:s; BRAND}HEW '' -- YtHTLL! LOVE.IT: ': .?
Ocala Radio Station nal groups will also par- Always I attended for cleanliness I andf service
est in the history of the organization. He said WKOS contest Mrs. ticipate.GO .'* A.. > *** .
CORE had spent $1,115,000 last year. The Jewel L. Wilson a cosmetologist -

organization expanded projects in Mississippi an'l Miss Car-
5101 NW 17th Ave
rie E. Johnson, a graduate -
and Louisiana and inaugurated programs in of FAMU presently TO CHURCH SUNDAY
North Florida and Chicago, Rich said. residing! In Inverness

He said that since May 31, 1964, CORE'S where she teaches Physical ,
national income fell about eight nine Education and Scienceat ''' '2 '' >' -"$ '
or per '
Booker T. WashingtonHigh h- -m" :S10j: ; $10
cent below what it was the same period last School. Both of these i *;'

year. Rich blamed the loss on supporters spend- ladies enjoyed a weekendfor INCREASE YOUR IN+ COM E t T.iIS"CWJTOi' H( ,,FOR TENNLLA
ing their money on the election because of the two at the Hampton t r. hh" 'T.') '-'''.;*W;,.'** '* '''

"" candidacy of Barry Goldwater, and on the House Station- courtesy WKOS.of Radio >\;(, ", "H.Y passage of the civil rights bill, which made .... # IU. ESSJIM.I""L$
people think: "Everything's all right now." The 'Times' Goes toCollege I TR"INEO -FOR'w.'s rC;ec-.y; tJ.14-'utv1. & < ,k1.r.." I ,,,
"Money comes in when bad things happen, o. t"i: ( _
9 $3.50 ri'u
Rich said. mo -AT====- 'jt '7Pv: BUSINESSTRAINING I ".,."..:,:j.a.'f'.. '; .." 's<

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,.: TU.,COKE,ftW:tecrtrary' working, in Hie Qtofcy' oreo
Chain Boycotts has wireto: U.S. Co..!s lien 04 ,CMl 'Rights" ,urging' anIme4t TO STEP UP NEGRO POLITICAL ::

f ;. te hearing( of tfc. commission 1"i Florida., :1

Mississippi Goods / S p'ivof ;Gordon sent the following telegram to L.L.' -1
Mitchell Sa Washington weeks PARTICIPATION IN SOUTH

FLINT Mich.- .(MPIr-To) fight the "recurring acts :,:;*: :Strongly request a hearing:of the'U.S.:Commission on ";
of terror and violence that exists in the state of' Missis 'Ch1l'R'9hh'l.. the state, of Florida' We feel 'that North Following u p action of the. Alabama delegattlon. .. J
taken at the Atlantic City
sissippi", a local l businessman announced last week that Florida, and Mississippi, are .twin sisters as.far as r harass* Convention, the National ,.
his stores would no longer carry products manufactured or 'meat!. and 'Intimidation of Negroes and civil' |, rights workers Democratic National Democratic Under these parties rules, state i n )I
originating in the state of Mississippi.This r./conce-rned.W.lht but a few incidents: < Committee acted Tuesdayto certifying delegates for t:
announcement came from Joseph Megdell I who has !: Tenant farmers not permitted to leave farms' without encourage greater in the 19G8. would have to offer
18 mass merchandising stores in eight Michigan I cities. permission of foreman. :'. Negro party's participation activities in the assurances that voters 1

In taking this stand which he hopes will "set a pat- Tenant farmers beaten because they express a desireto South. would ticipate be fully allowed i n to Demo-par-

tern", Medgell said: "It seems that the recurring acts of register and vote. Chairman John M. Bailey cratic Party affairs regardless -
terror and violence will continue unless the people' of the '; ..Civil: tights workers beaten while engaged ,in voter a t a pre-Inaugural of,-race, creed' or,
registration work while law officials in Godson session of the committee, color. The convention asked -
entire nation speak out against them. M6ny of us wonder ,County the Democratic t.
authorized to set com't"mlttee
was upa
what we, as individuals, can do to curb this sadism and look on. subcommittee to study to set up a sub- '
brutality" Civil rights workers held at gun point by cafe owner, the problem. The group committee-the one nam-
Megdell) is president I of Yankee Distributors, Inc., pagoin: while I lion'wtclfrng policeman badge look on, law will be headed by former ed Tuesday to work with
whose Yankee stores are located in Flint, Bay City, Saginaw officials refuse to issue a warrant for arrest of white as* Pennsylvania, Lawrence. Gov. DavidL the state similar parties disputes.to resolve -

Lansing, Albion, East Lansing, Midland I and Mt. sailant.
Pleasant. <, CORE'*-.office broken Into and burned during midnight The committee has Subscribe now to the
adopted new rules for the
Megdell, a white man who also is president of the hours. 1968 convention to settle Miami Times. Mail anywhere
Flint Urban League of Flint, pointed out that his stores Mistreatment of civil/rights workers while In {ails. the kind o f controversythat in the U.S. and
do more than $25,0000 annual business with Mississippifirms. ,:' Freedom. home of civil rigKts workers fired I into 13 arose at the Demo-
He has instructed his buyers to make certain that times.Negroes cratic Convention last abroad. Only I $5 per
the items they purchase are "not made in Mississippi." held in (jails without given right to make bond August over the seating yea .
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He also told his buyers to "cancel all orders for merchandise on any, charge \ 5
coming from Mississippi if they have not been ,, ;'.Civil rights workers arrested on false charges |
received. ,;.r"Harassment and. intimidation culminate with attempt

"When the day comes that terrorism that is so prevalent ;:by;a t,h t riders to break into home of two female, CORE
in Mississippi no longer exists, and when justice will Corkers, al'JanIlQrr 8, at 10:15 p.m. f f

be dispensed eqjally to all its citizens, and when the -

hoodlums no longer control the action of that state we will
Vice Hits
again be in the market for merchandise that originates y,7
Mississippi. Until that day comes, we can purchase Dandruff .
same merchandise elsewhere;" Megdell continued. Carver Hotel -*" Itching Scalp 'i

rfro."'.persoaally'believe l I that, _the majority of Mississip- "# Thinning Hair
are. decent,, fair-minded- Americans, but as, in Nazi Vice raiders were C'h.ngc'dvlth soliciting ,
,th'ir majority ('s dominatedbythe brutal minority," hewn they were not were! Juliette I J'eaiman., 23,
.I he concluded. welcome at a hotel Friday and Maryland H.'milton, r I_
night when thev were U: Ilo-e 1Jr.y.1IlIams.. JI +
driven out of a room by 2'), war charged with re. j
mop-aml-hroom swinging\ .>!;ting/ aI'I'tt t and assault .IE sica
women and )hatteiv on Policeman
Jorge H Stiaplnlarh.
Finally, three women
and two men were arrested A too ) waR knocked out
at the Miami Carver of t the hand*, of a i woman Ti-i:1
Hotel, 8W!) N.W. .rd Ave In the fiacas Julius Mc-
Lallan. Id l(;, a hotel guest DEEP PENETRATING
ti n d n lace track, stable
scW hand 1 picked it up a n d '
struck StiaphxlniUlth'
House -
Guest +, it. o t I
HM house of unusual room* kIt
McLnllan was charged
I Open 24 hoar NE'4-36S1 with assault and battery
Seeing U Believing and Interfering \\' I t h a It SATimCTIIM iOAMNTEED-OI M1NCT SACS

See us for clean room policeman, SAMOIOL LAOATOIIt FO...'IfI I..M*.I.M..I)noMa

JasaaJca Dugie always a llamond Leroy Cole, favorite shops and ,..m.rlt cowntor .
.. Sold at your boawty
the .
I 2", dc ;k clerk, w a ) friend charged with piocuilng
Those arrested te l
Miami po> <
2941 NW 47th St.,
82iO() on each charge,
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Alliance OfficersTo

Be newly InstalledThe elected officers GOT THE NEW-CAR FEVER?

of the Greater Miami

e yha.N Ministerial Installed Wednesday Alliance will at he 8 We've got the cure!

pm., Jan 27 The service
will be held at the Ebenezer A low-coct, easy-payment car loan from
C 41m Methodist Church Lincoln National
NW 11th St and 3rd Ave ::;"'

The Rev T. C. Kelly 1. Shop around for the car you want.
,Ir. of St Paul AMK 'I Bring us the make, model and price
IN A FEW Church will deliver the :
THE VOGUE SUCCESS 2. We will okay your loan quicklyand
message of the evening. ,
.,. with red Our loan
COURSE WILL HELP YOU Dr Max Karl, executive no tape.
director of the National J policy is very liberal we want
Conference of Christiansand j .y to make loans.
CHARMING, GLAMOROUSNEW Jews, Florida Region, t. -'
PERSONALITY. will Install the officers I. \'rw.r. 3. Interest can be as low a* 4Vi% on
L a new car, and payments for as
Music is to be furnished 1 .
ed by the St. Paul's -.'m J. D. Mack head! long a* 36 months the lowest
choir. A special musical teller. Just com IB and payments possible. We also make
number Is to be rendered ak for me, and I'll be loans on used cars up to 5 yeais
by Ben Huff of the rind to help you" old.
Mt Zion Baptist Church
!VOGUE SCHOOL OF CHARM Mr Huff will sing, "If
U general public is invited,
g a I MIAMI, FLA. md urged to come. J MIAMI
g TEL 311.1800 Officers to be Installedare First fully integrated tank In the entire Southtasl-
a : Revs. Edward T right here in the Edison Financial Center
i| Please furnish me absolut.ly free the full lnlormo.| Graham, president; Theo- 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 7594431NOW
=tlon about what your course con do for m. 9 .,dore R Gibson, vice; Aaron
!= Nom. ... .. ....... .. ... ..... .. .. .. ... .. .......i.. = Fairfax Savoy secretary ..
9:30 2 9:30 2
g Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday am to pm; Fridays am to pm
g Ernest Hutcheson, trea-
5 Address .......... .... .. ... ... .... ..... ........ -ag surer; F. L. Smith, chap and 5 pm to 8 pm. Drive-In Window open Monday thru Friday 2 to 5 pm; Saturdays 9 toTHE

ff City ...... ...............Te ... .... ... ........ 9 giiwmIn dean.lain; Henry C. McDowell noon. \
twO ntuImtwnnhluuhilnm1WlImhIlluutInnurmunuumInuhllltinguImIua!

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday January 22.1965

( FLORIDA IS COMINGIt Collins to Address

I was a long, tought fight with envy, hatred,
PJj-JJ1 malice and suffering, but at long last we are

-. -. -. -- able to report news from our state capital for Publishers Meetin
H. E. BIGIBMUND'RKRVK8-, Kdltor a.4 hWlilhr the first time in history there are Negroes reg-
GARTH C. REEVES Managing Kdltor istered to vote in every one of Florida's 67

Member of the Nattoaal Newspaper ...bUa.... Aatodatlem counties. Governor LeRoy Collins, director of the U.S.

SUBSCRIPTION RATER Field Secretary Spiver Gordon of CORE, Community Relations 'Service, will address the
ONE YEAR $MO SIX MONTHS $XOO FORBCIT $... reports there were no incidents or attemptsto opening banquet _of the National Newspaper

Katered as Becoad ClaM Matter.Aagwt f, ItCT at th. root OfOeoat put obstacles in the way of the recent regis Publishers' Association Mid-Winter WorkShop
MlaaU, Florida .der tho act ., March *. UTC at St. Louis' Sheraton-Jefferson Hotel,
tration drive in Lafayette County when 57 Ne-
Maim Office at C740 N.W. 1Mb Ave..o-TkoM. OX lDowmUwa -..m signed their names to the voters.roll.. January 28.
Office: 1112 N.W. Srd Aye...- ,.... WSt .-.. groes
One of the voters, 93, said he had waited 72 St. Louis Mayor Tucker will extend greet-
CREDO OF TIIK NEGRO PRESS years to put his mark on that book and that programmed for the
Tko ICEGRO PRESS believe that America ... bed .... tty ings.
world froM racial and natlooal ....10.... .... It ...... to he was glad he did it. three-day meeting are D. Parke Gibson and
Max regardleoa or race creed or color bla ..... .m4legal York Charles
New Loeb
of City
every Arthur
Ralph ; ,
rlghta. Hatlag BO ".., fearing .. maa-tke Ifegro Prowtrtveo CORE has done a good job at registeringvoters
to kelp every Ma* to the firm belief that aD worn are in and out of the state and deserves Cleveland; Lillian Bluford, Kansas City; Bam
bst ao boas .. ..,... la held back. commendation. However, reports are this Leavell, Chicago; Thomas M. Young, Norfolk;

., group is sadly in need of funds. Julius Carter, Houston; Longworth Quinn, Detroit
POLITICALTwo and Dr. Charleton Goodlett, San Fran-
Florida is one of our progressive states, but cisco.
hundred insurance companies in Flor- there are still some counties with rather rough Collins is the former Governor of Florida
ida would like to increase automobile insurance spots. Let's hope they will be eliminated in the who served as President of the National Association
by 18 to 23 per cent; also to expand the not distant future. of Broadcasters from 1961 until he
rate classification system from 13 categoriesto resigned last year to accept President John

260. son's appointment as director of the Community -

Representing these companies is the National DR. KING MAULEDThe Relations Service, which is the major full-

Bureau of Underwriters. Their plea to J. Rev. Martin Luther King registered in time agency in the nation seeking compliancewith
the 1964 U. S. Civil Rights Act. He is for-
Edwin Larson, state insurance commissioner, a downtown hotel in Selma, Ala. on Monday.
mer chairman of the National Governors and
was flatly turned down on Monday. Larson Shortly after he was struck in the face twice
Southern Governors Conferences. Gibson is for-
claims the companies did not come up with and kicked twice by Jerry Robinson, a mem-
promotion director of the Chicago
enough evidence to support their requests. ber of the National States Right Party.Dr. mer Daily
Defender, Ebony, Jet and other magazines. He
Phil Gallagher, director of the Florida As- King, a gentleman and a Christian, who is a member of the Business Research Advisory
believes in he .
sociation of Insurance Agents, said it mightbe what preaches."If Council to the Bureau of Labor Statis-
difficult for some people to continue to get thy brother smites "thee on the right tics, U. S. Department of Labor.
S'S'automobile insurance. cheek, turn also the left, showed no resis-
{ tance. However some of his assistants pinnel Host publishers to the NNPA meeting are
Metro Insurance Manager Lucian Cantin Robinson's arms to his side, and officers plac- Frank Mitchell of the S/. Louis Argus, John
believes Larson's ruling was a wise one. Car ed him under arrest. Kirkpatrick of the East St. Louis Crusader and

owners, and there are thousands of them, will This act of stupidity, no doubt, was en- N. A. Sweets of the American. Howard Woods,
certainly approve State Commissioner Larson'sdecision. joyed by this rightest in his small mind h executive Editor of the Argus and public re-
made him a bigger man. lations director of NNPA is the program direc-

Dr. King in Selma voters tor.Frank
Congressman Adam Clayton Powell, chair- was assisting a L. Stanley Sr., publisher of the Louis-
registration drive. Before the drive
man of the House Committee on Educationand 218 arrested. Officers claimed was over ville (Ky.) Defender is NNPA president. Various
Labor, was a speaker on Tuesday at the they re- heads of St. Louis daily newspaper will
fused in
line. But
get one must rememberthis
meeting of the National Association of Secon- in Alabama. also appear on program.
School Principals' convention held at Mi. was
dary aid The Work Shop opens with the banquet at
ami Beach. Powell praised federal to
6:30 p.m. January 28. Friday morning, January
Johnson's expansive
schools and President pro- INAUGURATIONPresident
29, a panel discussion will be held on de-
posals. He promises to push for adoption of Lyndon Baines Johnson, who took veloping local market studies and classified
of the $1.5 billion program of educational aid. over the reins of the Federal Government following advertising solicitation. ,Following lunch, a cir-
the death of President John F. Ken- culation panel will discuss new methods of dis.-
Miami's downtown Urban Renewal project Tiedy, serving the country ,for 14 months was tribution. Friday evening, Feature and It
that includes the area from NW 14th Streetto inaugurated in his own right as the 36th presi- Depth Reporting will be the topic.
NW 22nd Street and from Third Avenue to dent of the United States on Wednesday.The .
Sixth Place will probably be delayed for quite '
some time. inauguraion festivities have been goingon The President promised to lead as best hi
for several days. The crowning act'' drew can to achieve progress without Htrife and
Plans might be ready but funds are not. thousands of citizens of all classes to wit- hatred, calling on the nation to join reason tc

City Manager Melvin Reece reports that ness the inauguration ceremony. It was simplebut faith and action to experience, to transfer!

the city does not have funds to pay its $1,271- a grand occasion. our unity of interest into a new unity of pur-

529 share of the costs. Preparation was being The oath was administered by Chief Justice pose.
made to request $10,000,000 in United States Earl Warren. Speaker of the House John Mc- The President spoke of justice for all. "This
aid for the project. Cormick administered the oath to Vicepresident enemy will not only retreat, it will be conquered

voted to Hubert Horatio Humphrey.Mrs. ," said President Johnson.
Metro anticipates or has request

$10,104,490 from the Urban Renewal Admin- Johnson held the Bible which was given Climaxing the festivities were the Inaugu-,
istration to cover two-thirds of the cost of the him by his mother in 1952, while the Pres- ration Balls in which the President and his

program. ident took the oath. party participated.From .

The 160-acre project will cost nearly 18 The invocation was given by the Most Rev.
million. Sale of the levelled land is expected to Robert E. Lucey of San Antonio, Texas and

amount to 3.5 million dollars.YWCAWEEK. other prayers by Rev. George Davis of Washington diapers to diplomas--
D. C. and Rabbi Hyman Schachill of
Houston, Texas. Your' children i I look to you for support and

President Johnson's 20-minute speech was Here is where LIFE INSURANCE can give
interesting and well received.lIHHIIIIRIllUlIIIIIHIBHwmIElltUlllllm. the help you need.
Next to the cross and the crescent theYMCA's
is the world's most
widely known religious symbol. And this splen- SEE A --
did organization will be given thoroughly earn I CALLING ALL Z10HITES AND CHRISTIAN

ed recognition during YMCA Week, Jan. 24- == FRIENDS TO MEET OUR NEW BISHOP AT: | CENTPAL. REPRESEN TATl.YE

31. Matthew Temple A.M.E. i
The "Y" was organized 121 years ago in
London for the purpose of "the improvementof I liaR Church
the spiritual and mental condition of young I
men engaged in houses of business." Shortly 1628 N.W. 5TH AVE. He will assist you in working our a program

'after its transplantation to America in 1851, it I Bishop William Milton Smith of the 9th Episcopal Db-a i that will guarantee that your dreams for your
broadened its aims to include improving minds,
bodies spirits and the social outlook of youthon I trlel, Mobile, Ala., A.M.E. Zion Church, will hold hs! | will come true.

all levels. I first Conference Check Up Meeting here, Friday Jan. 29, !! I The CENTRAL offers very attractive Modem

Among its most notable achievements has 3 at 10 a.m. through the day. He will preach for us Sunday 1 Policies to fit your particular needs up to the

been 75 years of work in two major field of 5 Jan 31 in the 11:30 a... service. You will do well to I amount of $50,000.

current interest the teenager and all our | hear him. | WHOLE LIFE ENDOWMENT

relations with other peoples of the world. The The Bishop comes highly recommended to do the big job 3iof EDUCATIONAL

largest single teenager program in North rebuilding this conference and district. In addition to | MORTGAGE REDEMPTION TERM
the Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y SS 3
America today program = the bishop, ministers and delegates of the entire con- | RETIREMENT HOSPITALIZATION
of the "Y" has over 350,000 boy and 1
girl members in more than 12,000 clubs. With f..ce will be here, the presiding elders, including our fj HEALTH

"service" being the major aim, the clubs haveas i new presiding elder Rev. W.L. Sovder of Gainsville, Fla.| AND FAMILY GROUP PLAN
their purpose "to create, maintain and ex- :: ::
tend throughout school and community high |Every one is welcome. Bro. Alexander Lucas, Jr. is Ii Central Life iMsurance Co.

standards of Christian character." And abroad chairman of Trustee Board, Rev.Daniel Pridgen is pastor. I
the "Y" is at work in 83 countries and terri- II Of Florida

tories. Significantly, the World Alliance of This ad sponsored by :6fi : "THE FRIENDLY COMPANY"
.'YMCA's is today headed by an African, Dr.
The "Y" has earned your salute not only 13633 NW 15TH AVE. 6354595wmmmmmmwim!! BRANCH OFFICES STATEWIDE

during the week honoring it but every week. __KmIItIIftfIlllf1lWll IIIpltltt7latlpptWtp '


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 22, 1965 5 1
Mrs. Jerry Davis and daughter Kimberli, \
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Davis. hostesses. Their Amicae Women's Club T.o.*
and Atnicaettes were also
Mrs. Kate Franklin has just returned home In attendance. A special MeetThe c

after spending the holidays in New Haven, program was renderedand National Association -*
gifts were presentedto
Conn., enjoying the snow and the hospitality of National Trustee Mar- Professional of Negro Business Women's and

her son and family. She reports an excellent ian II. Shannon: Associate Clubs Incorporated will i
holiday vacation. Regional Director hold Its monthly meeting,
Dobbs, speech and hearing therapist Hattie S. Barber and local Thursday Jan. 28 at the
with the Dade County Schools attended the Earl Symonette of the U. S. Air Force re- Chapter Founders Lauderdale'sDelta and officers Hampton House, 7:30 p.m. ,
Florida Federation Council meeting for excep- turned to Topeka, Kan., after a month's leave of Eta Fort Zeta Chapter. All members please be u j

tional children held at the Jack Tar Hotel in spent with his family and friends in Miami. The group also honoredthe portance.present. Business of im,1 I*,,' I

Clearwater. Dr. Newell C, Kephart of Purdue hasilei from Miami
Inez Foster served as
Miami Zeta and W e s't Palm Beach I i.
University, director of the Achievement Cen- narrator. Ruth N. Polite with gift- to Juanita W.
ter for children was most outstanding Honor Local gave ZESTA! Valdez Mur- Pinckney and Gertrude CENTERVILLA
ray. dedicated an appro- Kut.sey rosjiectlvely. KINDERGARTEN
Eunice liberty, third grade teacher at Lib- Founders priate solo written for '
ty City Elementary School was invited and the occasion and Sylvia S. You may rcfUter now. Hot'
attended inauguration of President Lyn- Pausing to pay homageto Lambert chairman of theFounder's REDUCELose lunches and pick-up MrricOj
the five pearls who Day Activities
don B. Johnson. She left on Monday. Also at- founded the Zeta Phi Beta presented gifts to local up to 6 pound For information call

tending were Charles Hadley, Atty. Henry Sorority, Inc., Jan. 16, founders present: Pauline weekly 691.7798, 696-3802 or i7, 4
Arrington and Clarence Patterson. 1920, Miami Zetas also remembered Styles Willis Glendena C.
their local Edwards and Dorothy Dr Long

The Luther Alford (Betty) were hosts to founders who Zeta started the in Johnson tokens of McKellar.appreciationwere Other 1545 S.W. 1st St. 5932 NW 17th Ave.
Beta Tau Chapter
friends at a bridge supper last Saturday even- Miami, February, 1940. mailed to national FR 3-2748 MRA. RtTH COPEMND t
ing. and local founders.LAUDKKDAL.IS .
Calling the roll of the
After ten days basking in the Florida sunshine 12 members who were responsible -
John Braxton (Vernay Portier's better for their Chap- XKTAH HOSTESSES i
ter the Zetas found only Sunday, Jan. 17, found
half) returned to Philly. John, supervisor of one. Corinthia M. Wilson Miami Zetas and the auxiliary i HAIR ",. ._-_._, ,. :
library services in Philly, visited with in-laws deceased. Three of the local group of Zeta Ami" DANDRUFF?
Myrtle Dames and the Joseph Portiers. founders were pres- cae joining Zetas from 'i
ent at the regular meet- West Palm Beach and Ft. ITCHY SCALP?
So happy to hear that Cecil Harris is improving ing held Jan. 1C, with Lauderdale at the St. John J \
after his recent illness. Dorothy Adside servingas M. E. Church in Fort1 1 FALLING HAIR?,
hostess. A Founder's Lauderdale for Founder's ,
Day skit was presented Day service. Following I 1
Get well wishes and sent winging
prayers are
featuring Marian McGhee, the service a motorcadeto
their way to Roslyn Bethel, Henrietta Lydia Higgs Elizabeth the famed Sweden I
Sweeting, Mae Gordon, Elijah McKinney and Pittman Dorothy P. Lee House Smorgasbord on
Estelle Cunningham. and Rosa Lee Fortson as U. S. 1. Fort Lauderdale !
the five national founders.Featuring Zetas served as'gracious V

Sincere sympathy in the loss of loved ones USE
is extended to the Sharpe family, Marjorie ANA'tERI( ioH.Wl'i'': fD'SJJLLlVAII" : :

Cook and to Thena Crowder. I Natin'ee( : COnCert....B'enef t ,MiamI t n tt'NAAtpI 1\1U-KAIBF: .

Errol Leach and Roland Donathan of Nassau I
were weekend visitors to our city. : IN PERSON... "":"

Audley Richardson's family celebrated his GUARANTEED TO HELD YOUR CONDITIONOR

natal day with quite a shindig on Saturday.The ED SULLIVAN YOUR MONEY BACKNUKAIII

Oral Aliens (Marian) entertained- Television's Most Popular Personality j

Saturday his birthday.for their little eon Oral II in honorof COUNT BASIEand I

his Great Band s highly medicated help retarded hair growthand

Winifred Thompson hosted the Cwest Clubat fast relief of Dandruff Scalp]
give you Itchy
the Elmer Kents on Tuesday evening. Heading a List of Famous Name Stars
and Falling Hair. Ask for it at your favorite :
After three months in one of the world's SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28th .

most fascinating cities New York, Irene beauty salon or drug store. ..
from 3:00 to 6:00 P. M. '
Leonard has returned< to Miami. MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM ,A Three Month Supply Only $1.50 "

John Barber of' Raleigh, N. C. was the H" '
houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Noel Bloomfield Reserved Seats: $5.00; $3.75 Gen. Adm. $2.75This NU-KAIR LARGE NU-KAIR

(Cleomie) while in Miami attending the prin- CREAM PRESSfMf BERGAMOT 8 9 C
,Mail check MO to M. B. Auditorium Make
cipal's conference held at the Fontainebleauon MAIL ORDERS: payable to"Mtimi Branch NAACP> Enclose -, ..
Miami Beach. stamped, $elf-addrfitd' ritum nv.eiop,"; SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH PRODUCTS

Fred Aranha now of 7233 N.W. SECOND AVENUE. PHONE 754-6201
Our hometown boy, ad sponsored as a community service by \
Washington, D. C. was also in attendance at
the principal's conference. Fred was the SIR JOHN HOTEL KNIGHT BEAT CLUB

hjimseguest of his sister, India Wyche. ---

Congratulations and best wishes to Mr. and YWCA Board

Mrs. Ralph Brantley (Inez Worthy) who were Forecast:

married' Wednesday, Jan. 20. Holds Election '

Congratulations are also in order for MariaE.

Bethel and Carol Ann Davis, Carver High The following. women I

pupils who won finalists spots in the National were recently elected to Clear..Crisp. N

Achievement Scholarship program. serve on the Board of Directors -
of the Miami Young Wo-
!Doris Stephens is home again after visiting men's Christian Associationfor

her father, Rev. Arnold Lewis in Washington.The a three year term.
New members are:. Mrs.
wives and sweethearts of the CollegianClub W. W. Charles Mrs. R. J. ?a + stx sa+ aarsusr a .
heard Dick Gregory Friday night at the Evans MrS. Charles H.
Le Bistro. Finkelstein, Mrs. E.F. A79 X82 fw
Hutcheson, Mrs. D.D. f-f80 -
Birthday wishes are extended to Charles Richardson and Mrs. David 99 X56
Faust Gladys B. Brown, Allen Johnson, An- Thurman. 4, s .n' 63.I f. =
Re-elected members are VIII
Norlene : _
Caroline Johnson, \
drew ,
Mrs. H. Stewart Austin Mrs.
Aranha, Ruth Johnson, Verdelle Hopkins, W.C. Dennis, Mrs. Vernon ,C, ...
Hannah Edwards, Linton Berrien, Edna Holloway, Mrs. Robert D. 67t.K,0
Cleare, Karen Forbes, Melvin R. Knowles, Johns Mrs.!,eland J.Medina 77
Lorraine Albury, Janie Anden, Corrine Green Mrs. C.F. Mills Mrs. Carl 076 --
Rhetta and Mrs. J. Den Stal- >iti 083 !
and Mattie L. Squire. J

The Ideal School for Training Nurses' Aides vey.Officers Directors from elected the for Boardof the / + 75/ KEISCN AMN :;:

will have its graduation exercises Feb. 5, at 8 (/car 1965 are: president,
p.m. at 2380 W. Flagler St. The public is in- Mrs. Robert F. Kuhns, 1st
vited. vice president, Mrs. W.C.
Dennis 2nd vice president,
More names of persons attending the Gov. Mrs. H.C. McDowell secre-
Burns' Inaugural Ball in Miami: Mr. and Mrs. tary, Mrs. LN. Felts, treasurer -
Miss Esta J. Nichol
Elco Corbar Mr. and Mrs, James McGruder,
assistant treasurer, Mrs. V. OUT!. It11aT Ojr [
Mr. and Mrs. Dodd Johnson, Mrs. Dorothy C. Holloway. -.
Harris, Mrs. Hazel Reeves Grant, Mr. and Elected to the nominating Y
Ratcliffe Attorney and Mrs.L. committee for 1965 are:
Mrs. Charles '..-' = m
Davis Di. G. Haw- Dr. Lynn Bartlett, Mrs. I n
E. Thomas, Dr. L P: Robert Johns, Mrs. Stanley
kins, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Perry, Charles C; Biedron, Mrs. Charles
North, Miss Joan Bullard, Mrs. Pauline John- Carroll and Mrs. Charles

son, Earl Carroll Mrs. Jewel Marable, Mrs. Williams.TOOTHACHE.
Emma Bowen, Mrs. Emma Glass, Miss Hattie

Burnett, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Williams,
Clear. .crisp.. dry. ..
Mr. and Mrs. George Williams, Earnest Hester, .
In seconds get relief
Don't suffer agony.
Mr. and Mrs. Wynn, Mr. and Mrs. White and that lasts with ORA-JEL.Speed eleas* that's the taste you get withFLEISCHMANN'S '_
formula puts It to worn Instantly
Charles A. Lockhart, area campaign manager.Mr. to Stop throbbing
Lockhart, Mr. and Mrs. Corbar and Mrs. tort toothache lecommend pain,so sate It doc-for I PENIS'b GIN & VODKA t
Harris in the receiving line as part of the "'
were .... .. mi'UISC..*..wsmiiM coo,a 11GUllie
'ora-jel1 filiNBMtt".-... rttiscMUMf met IOta DtS"' ''0'w MIICM turn'
host committee. ,


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 22, 1965 7

Justice Dept. Fills The GrapevineTHEY'RE Gurley Brown advice. "To win at anything, you must not .1

be too withdrawn or negative or fearful. I'm not suggesting

Voting Suit Against Ala. TALKING ABOUT: you do anything that causes you to feel brassy or embarrassed -
but r-fastidious never-take-chance attitude
Count Basle's jazz music really jazzed vp the appealof ,J-i ,
Washington The Justice Department last trie "Sex and The Single Girl" movie,which was inspi'redby about little challenges can stymie your chances for fun and'
Friday filed a voting rights suit against Ala- success in business. Of course it 'can be don Helen Brown's b ok of the tome title ... And this edition -
bama charging that its new application test course you'll help. 'Look, you take this end of the desk
of the is with
Grapevine taking twist
discriminates illegally against persons seeking on a new hopesof and lift and I'll scootch the rug under' is for better dialogue
jazzing I l the appeal of Mrs. Brown's newest book
up ,
to register and yote.. than, 'I'm not straining my back-the stupid building
"Sex And The Office". Reveiwinb ooks Is not our vsu al "

Acting Attorney General Nicholas Katzen- cup of tea, but this book is so closely allied with the en* ought to tack the carpets** ** *down.** kh

bach said the suit, applying to registrars in tertainment world, while being of very serious content and Then she hit the nail squarely on the head when she J.
all of Alabama's 67 counties filed In Fed that couldn't resist the it.
was purpose, we urge to comment on "
enthusiastic Think about that!
said that "men adore girls.
eral District Court in Montgomery.The ** ***
and liked this bit advice "Summing it
we especially : up,
"Sex And The Office" should be of tremendous helpto
suit said the new Alabama voter appli- I'd say give it to themf Whatever anybody wants, dig it,
cation discriminates against Negroes and the gals who are struggling for recognition, money and find it, make, mint it, Helen Gurley Brown has really sold
husbands in offices all the And much of Mrs.Brown's .
violates the U. S. Constitution and the civil over country. something in "Sex and the Offi e", but we feel that the
advice I is downright practical stuff. For example
rights laws of 1957, 1960 and 1964. book will be least popular with the wives of officeexecu
she "The better have and the better
says job you you are ..
tires, who might not like the idea of the cute young sten,- ."
The action served notice that government in it, the better the men you get to fraternize with (insteadof
grapher taking that last line of advice too literally.
lawyers intend to forcefully implement President just stealing hungry looks at them from your file-girl

Johnson's State of the Union pledge last perch)." Then she confides that "Some of the most sensational -

week to "eliminate every remaining obstacleto career girls I know career all day, then whomp it up

the right and opportunity to vote. all night ,with the men they've collected during the day (at SCHOOLS

It was the fourth state-wide voting right least until they've settled**one**)*."* ,CIVIL SERVICE HOME STUDY COURSE a

suit filed by the Justice Department in effortsto Postal Exams Federal Entrance Exams
Her advice boils down to one main point. If you'reacareer U.S. Clerks Office/, Work
speed up compliance with the law in Southern -
girl in an office, then, heck, you'd better make the
areas. One is pending in Mississippi and
Louisiana. most of itl I "You'll never have a speck of fun," she writes, Thousands have trained and reached success through
two in Home Study while holding present lob. For a low, low,
"if think favor
you you're doing somebody a just by filling .
Katzenbach said the Alabama test, which a posture chair. You don't have to be driven and compulsive fee, train the now qualified, even If will you get failed the before.appointments.Write Needless. to say y

has 100 different versions, was so difficult but you must try to do better and better in your job if

that it served to discriminate against Negroesand you are to have this rich, full daytime life ... hours filled to P.O. Box 174, Cratlgny Branch, Miami, Flo.
to freeze the present racial imbalance in Why wait? Thousands are hired annually through the merit
with surprise, excitement and among other attractions,
Alabama voting patterns favoring white voters. wonderful male companions." system

The test was set up by the Alabama State ***** Name. .. .. .... .. .. ... .5.5. H o. .. .. .. ....*..

Supreme Court last January and put into use Of the many secretaries we've had during the past decade Address . .... .. ... .. Phone .. ... ... .. .
September.The we can think of several who could really benefit Present Working Hours .'.. ... ... .. .. .. <.... .
department said the state test consistsof from (maybe it's too late for them nowthe!) following Helen A

four questions concerning government, four \

I I involving the ,Constitution and a dictation test

for a person seeking, the right to register involving
,excerpts from the Constitution. DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION

Phil lead to dancer if we get
Ossofer that kno\v-lt-all attitude. announces early registration
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. UBIV. LavHchesSpeech- (NPIX- scored. Negroes ProgramWASHINGTON showed the I_ Story of Negro Cowboys I i I fIN AND AROUND WE IAHAMAsll

Dual experimental classesat most improvement lifter an i i
Howard University and hour's work. Book Kendal. G. Issacs, Attorney years to provide electrical -
Told ill New I and telephone
( among pre-school children Hurst says that studies I General of the Baha- at Andros. facilities
i will be launched here this have shown that some employers mas since June 1963, has has been The company -
month, i in an attempt to associate a Negro job tas, Wyoming, and. Montana. planned to resign his post the franchise: to awarded
erase "sterotyped speech applicant's dialect with ignorance Cowboys of the Negrorace like their white counter- and return to private electricity to provide
patterns" among Negroes. lie also said that played an integral part parts, some were villains, practice. Mr. Isaacs has of the island four-fifths
i The work will be done the distinctive Negro way of in the building of the American some were heroes. But when had colorful career, hav-
with the aid of an electronic of talking awakens latent West and their little- history became myth and legend ing served as Customs officer William Henry Rolle
speech improvement machine stereotypes in "even fairly known 'story is now revealedin ,when the cowboys became second lieutenant in Boyd Road was charged of
developed by Charles O. liberal people." THE NEGRO COWBOYSby folk heroes, the Ne- the Bahamas Batallion' in the Magistrate's: Courton
t Hurst Jr.., assistant dean of Hurst made an inventoryof Philip Durham and Everett groes were forgotten.The during World War II, actIng Dec. 28; with killing
Howard University's Liberal speech efficiency, among L, Jones which Dodd, Mead authors of THE NEGRO magistrate, acting Allan Burrows in the
Arts college Hurts developed this year's freshman classat will publish on February 1. COWBOYS Philip Chief Justice Solicitor course of dangerous: drivIng -
his machine in conjunc- Howard. About 700 out of The Negro Cowboys num- Durham and Everett L. General and Attorney on Christmas Day
tion with John W. Black of 1,600 scored low. Next semester bered thousands, among them Jones, are professors of General.He Burrows died Dec. 27 in
Ohio State University.The some of the low sco- the best riders, ropers, and the of English at the Universityof is a graduate of the Princess Margaret
who followed
'system grew out of a rers will be given a 16-week wranglers California in Los Ange- Queen's College, Cam- Hospital as a result of the
'.s program conducted by Black course with the system, long trails-the Chisholm, les. Their long-standing interest bridge, where he obtainedthe accident. A preliminary
at Pensacola Air Base during while others are used as a Western, and Goodnight-Lov in the backgrounds degrees of B. A. and hearing has been set for
j World War II. Black later control group.Century. Ing-driving millions of cat- Western American Literature LL.B. He passed his Bar January 13.
tle before them. Some diedin
I continued his work with revealed unimagined num- exams in 1950 and was
foregin students, helpingthem MarkMrs. stampedes, some froze to ber of Negro cowboys who called to the Bar at Mrs. Marian Lerlean
overcome language death, some' drowned. Some had been chopped from the Middle Temple the same Culmer, (52, died at her
problems. Hurst,in the meantime Mary Goodwin were too slow with guns, history of the West. The year. Mr. Isaacs is one of home in Mason's Addition
was concentrating on reached her one century some too fast. story of these forgotten Negro Nassau's leading tennis on Christmas Day. Surviving -
speech troubles among American mark on Wednesday, at Most of them lived throughthe cowboys Is a fascinatingone players. Samuel are W. her husband
long drives to Abilene Culmer a
Negroes. the Kendall Home for the
and fills much-neg-
The two men met abouta .Aged. Dodge City, Ogallala, and lected in the a chronicle Miss Lois Bethel, brother Percy VVhylly of
beyond. Many of them droveto gap daughter of Mr. and Mrs.L. Boynton Beach a sister,
and their
year ago the American Sixteen
of West. -
She told that Nurse! Alma Johnson.
knowledge, to develop a a reporter the farthest reaches of the G. Bethel of Fort Fin-
multi-sensory system. Witha her father once stood in Northern range, to the Dako- pages of photographsand castle came from New
the shade of an elm In four maps are included. York and spent the Christ- Audley Dean, a crew-
from the National
grant m ji n on the crawfish
Virginia and heard Abra- mas holidays in Nassau. !
Institutes of Health,they con- ham Lincoln speak of '" sloop. Golden Star was
She the secretarial
> on
,: '
ducted a controlled experi- send' dead soldiers.' ;' .:: killed Dec. 27 when a
courage staff of the Technical As-
with white and
ment Negro LIST type boat collided
THANK 1, sistance Recruitment Services -
Indi students Mrs. ( ondn' In, who : YOUs. of the United Na- with the sloop betweenRussell's
The system calls for once taught grades one tions. She is a graduate of Beacon and the
using sound-proof chamber, and two. now lit('/< by Government High School, Northwest Channel light
microphone and headphones. memory. She told' the reporter long ,months ago when the Sir John Hotel{ und holds an executive John Spence another of
The students, speak, hear "Lot HIP rect.! Let the crew was missing
and manage secretary diploma from
and Knight Beat changed ownership *.
themselves and are elec- me reincmlirr iw school the New York School of rind is believed drowned.
tronically corrected and rhlldcn." well of friends and
: ment most our neighbors Business. The surivlvors Captain
expressed concern that when 2 new clubs open Ronald Miller, Arnold Mil-
The Andros Transmission ler and Carl Miller, were
CLYDE KILLEN'S NEW ed In town,we would "lose" our Tuesday (Amateur and Telephone Co. picked up by the m.v.
Nite) business. Well, as a matter of fact, plans to spend more than Madam Elizabeth after the
I in the next five
8280,000 Golden Star sank.
in the past 9 months. we have had over ,_
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Beat on these Tuesdays and Thursdays. I
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THE MIAMI TIMES 22 1965 9lnlllMNI .\
Friday January
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t and Minister Among .. (I

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, 18 Arrested in MississippiMothers .

1 MERIDIAN Miss.-Federal marshals rounded up 18 L

1i of persons Saturday including Sheriff Lawrence Rainey and

Rev. Edger Ray Killen, on charges stemming from the slay-
ing of three civil rights workers.

r Civil The 18 white men included 17 who were arrested in

1t 1 Rights connection with the same case last month, but later released .,I.

, when U.S. Commissioner Esther Carter dismissed
charges against them. 1

. Workers to Four of those arrested last month were not covered in

in the indictments served Saturday, but one man, Richard

Willis,40, a Philadelphia city policeman, was added to the
1 be Honored case.

The 18 were named in two separate indictments returned
Friday by a federal jury that previously re C
fused to indict in the case.

The mothers of youthful However, the refusal reportedly was before the FBI
civil rights volunteerswho obtained two alleged "confessions" in the case.

\ worked in Mississippi The contents of one of the indictments kept secret

}honored last summer will be until Saturday, charged the group with conspiring to injure, t
the American
by threaten and intimidate the three civil right workers _
Jewish Congress NationalWomen's
Michael Schwerner 24, Andrew Goodman, 20, both white
dessert luncheon Division at 1 at a New Yorkers, and James Chaney, 22, a Meridian Negro. L..
p.m. The three disappeared June 21 while
investigating the
Wednesday, Jan. 27, in ,
New York City at the burning of a Negro church at Philadelphia, where Raineyand --- -
Hotel Roosevelt.Mrs. Price have their office. Installation ceremonieswere teasurer, general officers fuor weeks vacation,
Bodies of the three integrationists were found buried held Monday, Jan. 18 from Washington. D. C, $2,000 life insurance for

Robert B. Meyner, under a farm pond dam outside Philadelphia last August for officers of Dining Car retired employees, travelers -
wife of the former Gover- Employees' Union Bro. Shell was installedby Insur-
after an intensive federal search. At one point President 495 hospitalization
nor of New Jersey, will Johnson had 500 servicemen participating in the hunt. representing ACL, C. and Bro. S. Whittington, ance payed for by the
receive a special citationfor Conviction on the conspiring to injure charge could D., N. and W. and SAL. ex-district chairman, New railroads.
York .
her personal leader- bring a maximum penalty of 10 in and City.Members
years prison a $5,000
ship in what came to be fine. brother M. D. Shell of Frank Lindsey, general -
known as the "Wednesday Miami was elected to a representedby chairman (Wash., D.C.);
A second indictment, which included four counts, local 495 were a partyto
in Mississippi" program. three-year term as local M. D. Shell, local chair-
charged the 18 with a misdemeanor-participating in a con- an agreement signed by
Under this program, chairman for ACL em- man (ACL); Harry W.
spiracy involving law'enforcement officers to "inflict sum- the non-operating unions
groups of Northern white ployees. Presiding offi- secretary-treasur-
mary pUnishment" on the slain youths without due processof with the nation's rail- Wash. D. C. Whit-
and Negro women visited cers were F C. Lindsey, e ( ); S.
with groups of Southern law.This general chairman; Harry roads granting a 27c wage tington,' ex-district chair-
white women last year to indictment charged that the 18 did "wilfully assault W. Rogers, secretary- Increase, holiday pay, man (NYC.)

promote understanding of shoot, and kill" Schwerner, Goodman, and Chaney. ...
the civil rights movement, This indictment charged that Price detained the three '
Get like used to make
to exchange ideas and to workers until about 10:30: p.m. June 21, at which time there King Receives mama at
establish inter-regional was released.
friendship. Price then drove south on Highway 19 from Philadel- M & M BAKERY

phia and intercepted the workers on Highway 492 between Three Citations
jamin According Spiegel to of Mrs.Flushing Ben-, Highway 19 and Union Miss., ;placing them in his squadcar. 1351 NW 54th Street 754-2464
The indictment i accused Price of taking them to a.
men's Queens Division a National vice president Wo l- "place on an unpaved road intersection south of Philadel- ATLANTA--
r and chairman of the phia." Martin Luther King, Jr., win- We specialize IB RUB Plea and Buttermilk Pies

luncheon. Mrs. Meynerwill The indictment said Billy Wayne Posey then drove a ner of the 1964 Nober Peace Donuts, Danish, Pies, Bread, Rolls, Cakes
be honored for "the car with the bodies to a construction site of an earthen Prize, received three cita- COME IN AM, LOOK AROUND
high example she set for dam about five miles southwest of Philadelphia. This is tions from his alma mater,

millions of American wo- where the bodies were found by FBI agents Aug. 4. Morehouse College of Atlanta. -
men in working to extend But Not at Grand Central!
the frontiers of freedom The citations were presen-
within our country." She Fines Member for ted by the faculty, students
added: and the alumni association. Furniture Prices

David Walker, student
"The mothers of voung president, made the first presentation !
:" people who participatedin Teaching NegroesIt followed by Dr. Going Up and Up!
voter registration and Calvin Brown, president of
was reported Tuesdaythat
other civil rights activity presence of a non-union man the alumni association, and
Dennis Allison who
In Mississippi: have by C. on a job where he was the Rev. Samuel Williams, resenting -
taught a vocational courseto by Nathan Braverman
"supporting the activities foreman and working againstthe the faculty.Dr. .
of their children in a place Negro youths in Louisville, best interest, of local 51, Benjamin E. Mays, ''U you plan to buy furniture the best furniture values you
where each boy and girl Ky., in a construction skill, In January, be sure to see the have seen anywheje. We '
he said. He was denied a re- president of Morehouse, de- are
faced great danger pro- has been fined by his union hearing. scribed Dr. King as "the complete stock actually lowering prices!

vided an unforgettablelesson and the course stopped.The The fine was levied at Frederick Douglas of the of quality Jurm. ? Choose from wide variety of
: in the meaning of class was sponsoredby the first trial in November 20th Century" who has ture and styles: Modern. French and Ito!
'our brother's the Urban League and buy at
keeper. now
ian Provincial new Mediter
1963. It was reduced last brought honor to his alma
held in the basement of the Grand Central
"At the same time I March to $100 by Local 51, mater, state and nation." r- ranean Early American' and
Fifth Street Baptist Church. Freight 1636 tN.W.
; Danish. Apartment house,
and later $50 the co-op
cut to by
have In the
they earned our accepting awards "
Allison, a white man, had 7th Ave. and condominium ,
owners see
Washington office of the said that racial' injustices
deep affection for their Dr. King -
contributed his time tools Nathan
says me-we have terms you're sure
unflinching moral cour- union, he said. poverty and war are
and materials to the Braverman.
some to lake
age." The Washington office of mankind s most pressing problems
class to teach the trade which furniture at this
the union reduced the fine, which must be over- IRAVERMAN
American Jewish Congress pays up to $4.50 an hour. unusual ware. appraiser 'The right furniture for the
but the local's action if is to survive.
upheld come "
branches in Boston, Allison has been a mem- house store is from nationally right room.
Allison said.Business. "We have let the means
Hartford 'and Philadelphiawould ber of Local 51 of the Inter- agent of Local by which we live outdistancethe known manufacturers. Because says Hazel Filer."that's .
honor local mothers national Association of Heat reason for which we | of their unique whatyou'll
51, H.P. Emote jrv-said i
o f Mississippi volunteers and Frost Insulators and As- live," said the civil rights freight deals find at
: at similar luncheonsthe bestos Workers, AFLCIO.The Allison was not qualified to leader. "The within has been M brand new fur. Grand Central
same day, Mrs. Spie- executive board of his be an instructorbut declinedto absorbed by the without. We niture horn ev, Freight. The se

gel said local fined him $200 on charges comment on the charge. have ,and:: i imumi have minimum ery famous factory lection of national
we mmimumized w
Allison is in be brand fur.
of failing to the "
report .. the maximum.
-- bought cheaper niture here will

than advertised fit your rome' Isd fu.r

the cutting and fitting of prices." whether it's a IIcerttIr
heating and airconditioningducts Ly 1rIr6 "At Grand $10,000 house or a $500,000
Jackson'sByrons used in industrial c..r.t w. Central Freight mansion.
plants. He said he was teach- that fabulous warehouse store." The store is open daily and
ing subject says Larry Wirth! you can get Sunday, 8:30: to 6:30.Adv.: .,

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 22, 1965

ILTake): your problems to Church .1I1I0ls I.av. 'h'lI 'lI.r.1

TEMPLE BAPTISTThe CHRISTIAN M. B. RIDGEWAY Ebeae..r Methodist Allen Chapel AME ,St. Paul Choir on

anniversary pro- Rev. O. D. Williams, pastor Church of Cod of Prophecy Rev. A. D. Hall, minister Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor5th Songs of GloryThe

gram of No. two choir Jessie Ferguson. reporterLet Elder H. L. Cox. reporter The Sixth Ace. :and: 22nd Terr.
Annual Calendar
T.V. Schedule for
last Sunday afternoon was Services will begin Sun-
everyone becomeall Greetings from the Rally was launched Songs of Glory this Sun-
quite a successful and delightful he or she is capable of day with Sunday Schoolat
affair. Mrs. E. Ridgeway church. The on last Sunday. Twelve 9:30: a.m. led under the day will feature the St.
being. Pastor and members captains and twenty-four Paul A.M.E. Church Choir
Collie was the efficient The men of the church direction of Terry 11111,
mistress of ceremony. will stage their Men's Day extending a warm Invita- Co-Captains were named.As superintendent, presiding, No.2 o f Coconut Grove
tion to to attend services each member working under the direction of
President Hall and direc- Their first program you assisted by his staff of
tor Ambrose wish to will be this Sundayat with us on Sunday. cooperatively with their teachers. The lesson will Mrs. Catherine Morgan
thank the choirs of St. 3 The Sunrise M. Come hear our Pastor captains of contributing to We reviewed by the pastor. .Rev. T. E. Wright pastor.
p.m. under the annotat the month o f birth, a Their Gospel
James, Ebenezer St. B. Church will be in preach Morning worship at 11 guests are -
ing of the Holy Ghost. great result will be accomplished Specials and the Oak
Mark St. Mary's St. Mat- charge. The Rev. Evans Is a.m. the pastor will deliver -
thew, the Church of God the speaker Deacon Ferguson Sunday school begins at when the rally the message. The Jun- Grove Gospel Chours of
Temple No. 1 and Male and Deacon Duncanare 10:00: a.m. Morning wor- is terminated. The fol- ior Gogpel Chorus and North Miami Beach, Rev.

Chorus and other parti- the sponsors. ship at 12:00: noon. Youare lowing are the captainsand Choir No. 1 will furnish W. Henderson, pastor

cpants who gave their The second Sunday afternoon also invited to be withus co-captains of each music.At All Choirs and Groups
cooperation. Thanks at 6:00 Sun- month, January, Mrs. Eve-
a In p.m. every 3 Stewardess
February p.m. who wish to on
lyn Davis Mrs. L. appear
million. there will be a tea at the day when our young peo- Board No. 2 will celebrateIts Songs of Glory.Ch. 10,
Bethel Mrs. Elizabeth
The Rev. Herbert Fer- home of Deacon and Sister ple will take over Your anniversary. Dr. J. B. Mrs. Vernlce Ross a t

guson, one of our associate Jessie Ferguson, 1360 NW presence is always wel- Christine Gibson; Feburary Davis ,Silver-Mrs. Blacknell, pastor of St. CE 5-4724 or Charlie Da-

minister, blew in 41st St. Sis. E.: Fergusonis come. stein Blake Mrs., Carnette James AME Church will vis UA 1-.7427 or write to
town last week after one the sponsor; all are Invited deliver the sermon.At .
Songs Glory CH. 10 Box
Deveaux March Mrs.
year's absence. Every to all the services. SALTER'S CHAPELRev. ; the evening worshipthis 10, Miami 52 Florida.
Amelia Mrs. Hat-
member was glad to wel- McNeil. set-
There will be service service will be
H J, Benson
him home pastor tie Styles Dames, Mrs.
come Sundayand
here Sunday morning. Let ting of our first quarterly
Flossie Marshall
to hear his message.He us pray for the sick. reporterWe Lenora Rollins; April, conference. Allen Chapelis MT. CARMELRev.
will return to the Mrs. Ethel Wood, Mrs. E.
wish to take time thankful to Bishop
D. A.
Bradley pastor
Bahamas next week to New Mt. Moriah out to thank each of you Aurelia Major, Mrs. AlyceS. C. Hatcher presiding pre- Sis. Louise McGrlff
accept the pastorate of a wonderful people who Dixon; May, Mrs. Marie late of Florida for return-
church at Delectable Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor came to be our guests and Reese, Mrs. Catherine Ing our peslding elder for reporterWe

Bay, Acklins, and to assume 6700 NW 14th Ave. worship with us Sunday. Smith Mrs. Annie Mae another year. Dr. J .A. had a wonderful
the position of dis Twine; June, Mrs. Callie will bring the service
Our pastor was in an Especially the most efficient Roberts Sunday morning.The .
V. Rollins Mrs. Sarah A.
trict for the ,
accident last week and pastor of Hurst Jones Mrs Dollle Fred- message and conduct the pastor delivered a
island. ,
isn't feeling too well. Let Chapel of Perrine, Rev. J, conference. spicy message taken from
Services Sunday will be us pray for him and con- S. Blake and his congregation rick; July, Mrs. Arlenia R. Men's Day has been set Corinthian 3:1-14: telling
as usual. Come and wor- Rhodes, Mrs. Myrtle 4th Sunday In about
tinue to pray for the who rendered ser- for the us forgetting, pres-
ship with us. The weather sick and shut-ins. Let us vice for the 11 a.m. wor- Brown, Mrs. Elouise Rol- February. Bro. Stanley sing and looking. At 3
is just right. lins; August, Mrs. Pauline
ship. Richardson and Bro. p.m. Bro. Walter Baileywas
not forget Sis. A. K.
Williams Mrs. Jean Al-
James Thorton has been ordained as a deacon
Brown and Madelyn Da- In the evening service
Grace Presbyterian vis. the Rev, Homes and his bury, Mrs. Lucretia Hill; selected chairman and co- with the Rev. W K.
September Mrs. Irene Beverly chairman respectively. Smith the
congregation from New delivering mes-
6895! NW 14th Avenue
Rev. W. F. Savov. Rev. Shipp asks all Bethel in Goulds Were Mrs. Ida Ingraham, Friends are always invited sage. And the Rev O. W.
pastor members to please be present. In spite of the Mrs, Lorene Gilchrease: to worship at Allen Foster gave the charg.e
The Sunday morning present at Conference. Re- cold weather October; Mrs. Winifred Chapel, "The, Church witha
sermon will be "Christ guests Rolle Mrs. Ethel Phillips,
member prayer service, welcome and a programfor
The Good Shepherd," from Thursday at 8 p.m. We came derful and sermon.enjoyed a won- Mrs. Rosabelle Lewis; the people." McGhaney

John 10:11. At 7:30: p.m. were glad to have Rev. November, Mrs. Loletha
we will have a family and Sis. Fred Carter and The Junior Choir will Moss, Mrs. Thomasinia ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. SpeaksWell

night service; and we invite family visit u s Sunday sell dinners Saturday afternoon Atwell, Mrs. Lucile Mor- the hustle hustle

families to come and night. Jan. 23. They gan; and December. Mrs. O. W. Foster, pastor Is over, and Xmas I Is over
worship In family groups. will have a program alsoon Ada Flanders, Mrs. Joyce May we continue to for 1904. But the hustle
Bring aunts and uncles, the fourth Sunday afternoon Johnson and Mrs. Flora- visit the sick and shut-in. hustle of life Is still a t
grandparents and child- Kelly' Chapel ChurchRev. at 3:30: "p.m. We belle Strachan. Once I said to my class, hand. The C.S.P.F. Will

ren! The evening message F. C. will also go to Browns- Sunday night, January24th when I started teaching try to continue our good
will be 'The Call of Sam- Cambridge ville Baptist January 24, the Rev. A. L. Shipp i here sometime ago I did works. We hope that we
uel," from I Samuel 3:10.: Kelly's Chapel will observe 3:30: p.m. to 6 p.m. at the and congregation of Mt. not believe In the doctrine can get some of the
The pastor and the Us 3rd annual Men's home of Mrs. Ada Alex- Moriah Baptist Church i of original sin. But adults to come t o meet

Church School staff en- Day, Sunday January., ander at 2950 NW 49th St.Don't will worship with us i n i from time to time of read- with their children. W e
Joyed the Children's work- 1905. The morning speaker forget the sick and an after service, for the ing history has compelledme never get too old to learn
shop at First Presbyterian will b e Mr. Richard shut-in. Mrs. Christine benefit of the Wesleyan to recognize that more alJ ut the Bible. So
Church of Fort Lau- Henrick, graduate of Brig- Allen is home from the Service Guild. is something evil in man on the 3rd Sunday In January -

derdale last Sunday af- ham Young Univ. and representative hospital and doing fine. The Methodist Churchesof that makes him act the please try to come

ternoon. The theme was, of the Inde- Greater Miami will way he does. and meet with m. Meet-
"The Church Teaches," pendent Life InsuranceCo. MT. CALVARY M. B. sponsor a Christian Enrichment Social, economic, edu- ing I s always the same

which means that the entire The evening speaker Rev. S. Atchison, pastorC. School, begin- cational and political re- i place 2270 N. \\". 153rd.: St.
church teaches, in will be Mr. Benny O'Berry Carter ning, January 24-28. 1965; form will not change the If you can't meet with us
it we all tell, show and graduate of the Univ. reporterThe at the Allapattah Methodist sinful heart, the gospel Is please try to go to Church,
do what we can in expressing of Miami and owner of members of the Church the pastorand the only solution. But man a ny Church. Just pleasego.

to others a better the Magic City driving No. 2 Usher Board wishto many members of the will oppose the teachings .
knowledge of o a r school. The theme will be take this opportunityto church are planning t o i and the person of Christ Thanks for reading.
Lord Jesus Christ, and "Building Christian prin- thank each of you for attend the sessions. The; until he finds truth by

world.his mission for us in the ciples into economic relations helping to make their teaa theme of the school, "An;1 coming to him who i'1'K.. &........ E.'..'...
and decisions." success. Special thanksis Informed Churchman Is A truth.
Remember, you are always extended to Mrs. Sims ASK YOUR BANK.
Better .
welcome at Grace. Last Sunday w e were who the Fry a Classified Ad
was guest speak- The Poinciana Circle ABOU1 in Since l 19 4* 1st end ?nd
honored to have Rev. E. Results mnrli on frm, CBS horn..s.lols. ,
NEW PROVIDENCE J. Sheppard Sr., District er.W will be In charge of class[ Fqr crCW, .end. cmnmtrtial' prop.
e, the Mt. Calvary rrtils Any e' e Quirk lion free
meeting on Tuesday night.
Superintendent of the Ads inspection, WP *lv> nuv mO"911"\
760 N. W. 53rd Street South Florida District Baptist Church, are spon- The Woman's Society of Oar Classified ot liwn "g*,nst firm F If 906? Norman
Rev. C. J, Burney, pastor the morning speaker. The as soring a Uaby contest. You Christian Service will i SELL ANYTHING BbcJJyUa. Co !4i.S.I VVxTtTfinrirarSTOREWIDE 1st MrrarairirTrTraicyinMjLi
take part in this
meet In their regular
We had another fine congregation was Immen-
contest b
time throughout the day sely Inspired by his mes- y volunteeringto monthly meeting, Sunday,
sell tickets in
or buy
January 24 at 4 o'clock In CLEARANCE"7TREMENDOUS
Later in
Sunday, also a busy day sage. eveningsome
behalf of this contest.MACEDONIA .
with lots of t 'h e mem- of the members attended the social hall o f the
bers. convocation t church. Since January Is DISCOUNTS
We are looking for- a a (
ward for the Ministers and the Univ. of Miami spon- M. B. the guilders month, the

Deacons' Union. Ladles sored by a committee on Rev Roscoe Jackson, guilders will open with \ ON ALL NEW AND USED PIANOS & ORGANSThe
be ready and be in white Christian Social Concernsof the devotional service and

for that Saturday. the Miami and South The Deacons wish to bring to the group a pan MOlt Ven otife Organ in the World

We are looking forwardto Florida Districts. This thank the visiting dea- el discussion. Refresh- ( The Amazing
see more of you attending convocation was in the cons who took part In ments will he served by

the Consecrationhour form of a panel discussion helping ,to make their daya the Weseleyan Service
on Sunday morningat with focus on unemployment. success. Special thanksto Guild. )OOutD

5 a.m.Continue. Rev. Davis of Fir s t Let us continue to pray (
in prayer for Baptist, Brownsville, who for and to visit the sick
the sick and those who We are praying that our brought the morning mes- and shut-ins.

are grieved over the loss pastor Rev. Frank C. sage, taken from Acts 6:15.
of their loved ones. Cambridge will h a v e a Rev. C. H. Smith broughtthe St. Luke M. Church .
; B.
Keep In mind the din- speedy recovery from his, afternoon message and ( Easy ti Play CCHO CIO

ner sale sponsored by the Illness. DeaconNathaniel- New- 1790 N. W. 55th St. -- Keyburtf lights ipMmilSilmeCmtrtl

Deacons and Deaconesses some of First Baptist Rev. P W. WIllIms, pastor
Boards Saturday at the GREATER BETHELThe spoke during the evening Bunesba Green, reporter ( N Heel H church. You may call for service. Everyone
per- Percwssiu prints
quarterly meetingof You
758-0922. are cordially
delivery the Greater MiamiCouncil formed his duty excellent- ed to our Installation p nuiy tiding iltectj ("Strum

of Churches will ly. Service, Sunday Jan. 24 at "mii("Ijiji" ,Mudilm,etc)

Mt. TABOR BAPTISTRev. be in a Negro church for Sunday morning Rev. 3 p.m. The Rev. J. W. ( 5 YEAR WARRANTY
the first time next Tuesday McCreary of Ocala Is
Stevenson, pastor of Antioch BUY NOW u'
P. S. Brown mlnis'r.Don't FASrifRAIS
at 6:45 scheduled to speak. Come
p.m. B. Church, Browns- $495' To
miss the after The dinner will be at out and hear this J great ville will deliver the ser- PRICES S1ooo0

service program Sunday the Greater Bethel AME man and dynamic man of mon. Rev. W. M. Davis, START AT. .

evening January 24th, Church, 245 NW 8th St., God.Remember pastor of First Baptist (
Featuring the dynamic pointing up the fact thata the sick and Church, Brownsville will SELECTED & GUARANTEED USEDBALDWIN
voices of the youth choir dozen Negro churches shut-ins. deliver the charge. On
under the superb leader- have Joined and become this same program Bro. _PIANOS ORGANS I

ship of Bro. Roscoe Speed.; active In the council in HOLY TEMPLE M. B. L. B. Carson will be ordained WALNUT SPINET I
The Junior departmentwill 379 ORS SONICa49
also. the last year. Rev. George Davis, pastor to the deacon Btiuliful Finish /
appear board. Friends and
"The Church in Economic visitors -

Dinner will be sold at t Life" will be the The Senior and Junior, are always welcome. HARDMANMINIWonderful $379 THOMAS 2 MANUAL $395 ))

the church Saturday, Jan- theme of the meeting for Deacons are sponsoring a Ton
uary 23rd. Call the which the principal speaker song festival and Barbe- FAMOUS BRAND
Church for orders. will be Lr. I.. B. Mose- cue dinner. THE INCARNATION BUILT $595 Sii|. I 2 Mutual 5275
ley pastor of Daytona The Ford All Stars will GRAND PIANO Prim )
Rev. Thuma.1I11 *
Willing workers club Beach's "tourist church," be our musical guests. 1111" GULBRANSENSPINET 0 GULBRANSEN 12
will meet at the Home of the Seabreeze United The dinner will b e a priest $389 FRENCH PROV. $4 nO
Sis. Ruby Parrott, 1999N. 1 Church. Barbecue pig with all the Rev. H. Jo:. S. He\\'(' Ebony SPINET 1 YR. OLD I U fJ \

W. 47th Street. Music for the session trimmings. Sunday Jan- Deacon

Pray for the sick and I will be provided by the uary 24, 965 3:00: p.m. at Sunday, January 21 ( HOUSE of PIANOS and ORGANS ))
Magnolia Park Rec. Cen- 8 a.m. Muss and sermon \ 13641
Greater Miami Choirmasters N.W. 7th AVE.
shut-ins and the bereaved[ 681 3713
Families. Association. ter Opa Locka, Florida 11 a.m. Sung mass and i HIT' NO..It. I WAY AT*4-IMU... 1LVD..It.....IN IT. Cf IN M04 num..gut. IVI. \
Donation $1.00 sermon. "
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:,-,,,.. >,, .: .,:;;. ;. ''; IS THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 22, 1965 11.
', ,/ to pay for a greyhound -
./' /.,;/;' I ? Willie 1965
Mays Signs
;;( i\ No sir, not when that greyhound is the Irish 1
;fl .
Spearing (, Champion Gleaming There, winner of the Biscayne 1
: Contract for
I Derby and Irish-American Medley. $105,000SAN

With The 56-pound fawn from Ireland is off and FRANCJSCO-
Sports j j4 running at the Miami Beach Kennel Club, with been Fabulous a busy Willie man Mays in money has his amend greatness, on and off the

", ; the major stakes races and the individual circles these past few days. He was especially lauded
;,,>,. .- ; !" ', track championship as her goal. First,,at a gala testimonial for his continuing work with
__/' ';''A-' : ; D, HARRY BPKAB ',; ":* ', dinner in the Falrmount Hotel underprivileged and handi-
'';' ., ,;: Gleaming There finished second in her first here. more than 1,000 capped 6hildren, so it was t'j'
WHAT'S HIS COLOR? try on the Beach oval, then came back for two San Franciscans poured near entirely fitting that proceeds +
The strong victories over the finest dogs in Beach ly $25,000 into the baseball from the $25-per-plate dinner
I law says there shall be no racial discrimination. kennels. She quickly became a favorite with star's three favorite local were equally divided among

No longer do they demand to know the colorof fans because o$ her fast break, and early surgeto charities as "the while greatest"acclaiminghim of the thr ters.e local community cen-

a man's skin on drivers' licenses or on military the rail.Gleaming. baseball greats. Dodger pitching great

induction forms. Then in quick succession Don Drysdale drew the lou-
Those who have made careers out of defending There was purchased by W. L. Mays became the first member dest roar from assembled
Kirkpatrick from Pat Dalton for $7,000. It of the San
professional boxing against all enemies whomsoever Francisco guests when he related how
like to brag that discrimination vanished was a three-greyhound deal, with Kirkpatrickalso Giants team to sign his 1965 happy he was to appear '!because -
from getting Venture Mac and Charter Flight contract-a contract which I thought it was Willie's
the sport the day Jess Willard knocked the heavy- for a total price of $20,000. cost the Giants $105,000. retirement dinner."
weight crown off Jack Johnson's head fifty years This is the same salarythe Among others at the sepa-
ago. They insist that it wasn't necessary for federal Carl Starling hat never been dropped in any star received in 1964,but kers' table were Leo Duro-
laws to force them to give the black of his previous bouts as mentioned in the he wasn't complaining. Last cher. Dodger coach andWiUle's
man equal he hit
.296 and blasted
Little year first when
program recently by Jack McLain manager
rights. "Hell, they "we've been 47 home
say doing it in Carl is still runs. he broke in as a rookie cen-
boxing for years)1" undefeated and still with the Arm- Mays, now 34 years old, terflefder for the New, York

But Sam Langford, Joe Jeannette, Harry Wills and ed Forces. will be playing his 14th sea- Giants in 1951 ; scout Eddie
other Negro of their Bobby May, born in Connecticut, a formerall son with the Giants.At Montague, who discoveredMays
supermen generation believed
never time great featherweight in the early 20's the testimonial. Mays, 14 years ago; and
it for a minute. They had to keep fighting passed last resplendent in a tuxedo-but Giants' owner, Horace Stone-
away week at the of 61.
each other to survive. age May obviously embarrassed at all ham.
his soul rest in peace. He fought out of New the fanfare, listened
Today, everything is equal-on the surface) But Bedford. as va-

eavesdrop on a telephone conversation between a

promoter trying to put a show together and a sup- Jackie Robinsonto

plier of fistic talent. The first thing the promoter will Play in GolfTournament
ask is, "What's the fighter's color?" f

Or listen to an excited spy telling a manager Here

about some "sensational" kid he'd seen workingout Jackie Robinson, one of
in the gym. "What color?" the manager will the nation's sports greats,
want to know even before he asks the boxer'sweight. notified North-South Golf)
Tournament officials that
he would play in the 12th M
One evening last November, there was an all- annual Miami event Feb. NOW NITELY

heavyweight show in Madison Square Garden. The 17-21. .
main event had Dick Wipperman against Oscar Robinson salt he will s --_ Except Sunday

Bonavena, and the semi-final had Ski Goldstein compete In the N-S and z *
against Billy Stephan Nothing there to make a fight the Huscball 25th annual National ;_ -
Players Golf j- TWIN DOUBLE
Ian jump with joy. But in hotel lobbys and ginmills Tournament, Feb. 25-28.
which surround the Garden fight men buzzed ex- according to Richard RECORD PAYOFF TO DATES
citedly because all four of those heavyweightswere (; )rdner. N-S director.Hoth :

white. They said openly-and proudly-what events will be at $11,200SOUTH
newspapers could not print because it is generally the Miami Springs course.

taboo to mention the color of a man's skin in print.It The baseball Hall of
is a known fact that boxing men still believe Fume member and 1902 ft

that a good white fighter' will draw bigger crowds N-S amateur\VN unable golf to champion compete /

than a good Negro fighter. "There's no question last year due to a
t about it," said one well known manager who knee operation. However,
chooses to remain "Colored kids have Robinson said he's fanxlniH -
to try and wrest the
taken over boxing," he continued, "and people are i-hainpiunshlp from former -
just sick of looking at them." heavyweight championJoe '

Such thinking is absurd, of course. If Marcianowere Louis, the current NO
;amateur: N-E title holder
black instead of white he would have at-
More than 250 and
tracted the same adoring crowds because he gave

people what they wanted-furious action and a compete women are for honors expected in the t o

murderous punch. national event, cosponsored -
Some managers bitterly resent the Negro because ,l/y the City of Miami. BONDED (4AL4Qo

in their narrow minds the Negro is responsible for

boxing's death. They talk about Dempsey, Leonard, Sports Car Showat <

Canzoneri and Sharkey and Schmeling in glowing Dinner Key < ,5=

tribute. But they rarely mention Beau Jack, Ezzard World' and southern RENTAL
Charles, Sandy Saddler or Joe Walcott. And when premiere for three fabu .

they speak of Joe Louis and Ray Robinson they do highlight lous new the spoils Intel-nation cars will ,

so in an atmosphere of "Well, Joe and Ray were al Import and Sports/ Car < AGENCY INC.
different" ,bow In Dinner" Key And
When you edit an international boxing magazine lloilum Feb. ;-f). < ,

such as this, you are bound to get letters from kids It will be a world pre <
with king-sized dreams. A surprisingly large num mieie for the $l .Ron Kx '. y, THE LARGEST. COLLECTION AND RENTAL
allluir ..
SS. which I Is
ber of such;; letters are postmarked Alabama, Mis- ;
straight out of the Roaring
sissippi Louisiana and Arkansas. Generally theygo ;
Twenties and made in .. .
something like this: "I 1 want to be a fighter. I am Milwaukee, and for the < ,
Vet I a Ventura with Its: DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES.
I I eat lot of
very strong. run every morning. a Italian body and American PRESIDENT
vegetables and I have a big sack filled with sand engine. It will be a ,
that I punch all the time. My idol is Joe Louis. I ama southern premiere for the GEORGE P. HARTH, GENERAL MANAGER
colored boy. Please tell me how to get started." noshing British Griffith .
with Its Ford engine.
These are sad, pleading letters and you want to MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE, THAN. 7
write back and tell the kid that the antidiscrimination The premiere beauties ."' :oooo ( *.' +
are among a Uttering array : i ; HOUSING UNITS H ;>
laws are still new, even in boxing. But you of l.ro ('iI'lnew! in the t
haven't the heart to tell him about the resistance automotive Club of America A
will have of their Bonded also has employment service at main office +
he's bound to find, so you advise him to stay in some
fiibulous old the
school and study hard If the boy should be persistent floor again this cars year.on 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue t

and he writes again, we tell him to get in *
touch with the promoter or manager nearest to The show, which last "A'full time' public relations deportment assist you In solving your-problems; .

where he lives. To try to pave the way for him, we year ers will attracted" he from 80,000 1 view-to 11 Pl, !s:o fleet of cars* giving' door to door service for tenants convenience: :;!4V'1 .

write the man he is to contact and ask him, as a p.m. each day except Sat. *> ; :/ ./On-. nights,.>, and| Sundays for emergency ,service. call PL 9-8733, .' '>;$Vt. / .
personal favor, to look the kid over and do what he and Sunday when doors ;: : .6...
will open at 11 am. Ad- MAIN OFFICE "
can for him. But in our heart, we wish he'd stay in mission Is $1.00 for adults' L J'
school. and 50 cents for children. 4 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9.R733 :
Boxinir Internauona1!
Vandalism done by a few Is expensive to all Please help us step this unneceuaryevll
C.A. Lockhort Public Relations Director
Irish Gene Robinson now of Miami, scoreda Lose Licenses
4th round ko over Herb Whipple in a sched- 5NI A
uled 8-round feature event. Whipple uncut *- ""
was < 'I) The charge by <
but staggered in the early rounds and unable Negro AFT, fnolhiill players r
to continue after the 3rd round Robinson that taxlcabs! nt In- 1 17325 Homestead Are 1163 NW. 3rd Ave. FR 3-8416 +
national Airport ivfus A ,Perrine CE 5.3553 1675 N'W62nd St. OX 6-2467
weighed 155, Whipple 152 ; Hal McKeever "
ed to bring them Into the
1019 HammanJvllle Rd.
130, beat Jerry Powers, 128 in six rounds ; r.it1:1: miles a\\'ay. has A r 3801 Grand Av. HI) 5.1381 ,
Jerry Locker scored his fourth straight knock bestirred the Iwuril, of Ponpono WE 3.3235 4240 NW. 27th Ave. HE 5-3466 I

out since turning pro, with a first round kayoof the airport to net\Ion. \ 14255 N.W. 22nd Ave. 2026 HX 75A St. 696.3322 l

Luke Owens in a scheduled six ; Scatter- Last \\eek, theItody' pa-locka MU 8-0617 2060 N.W. 3rd Ct. FR 1.5995 ;

hawk Dixon defeated Willie Thomas in a four voted to rexukc the 11-. .. ,
round bout ; James Lee stopped J. C. Thomasin l'nsc of any cab which 1refuses
t liT'S
o (: eg I'() >
the first round of a four round bout I passengers: .


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12 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, January 22, 1965


I In sad but loving mem- CHARLIE A. PINDERof JAMES ROBERT FEH-
I ory of our dear huslfend 1623 N.W1st.\ Ct. died GUSON 11204 NW 14th
CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS and father, Jan. H, a t Jackson M. Ct., died Jan. 17. Survivors -
Hospital Funeral services are a wife, Margaret
FRED WILEY SR. will be held on SaturdayJan. It; four daughters Mrs
23 at 1 in the Blanche
p.m. Moss Ellen
this life Jan-

I CARD OF THANKS I IN MEHORIAH I IN I MEMORIAM I ury The who 23 deprted summer, 1961. rosebuds his chapel wife Survivors: Mrs. Susie include B. and Johnson Leola; two Naomi sons,Collie Cas-

PinderI sisters: 2 and Robert
ey ; twenty-
7 The family of In loving memory of In memory of our dear They blossom forth and brothers aDd a host of four'' grandchildren two
Herman Rhims our dear mother and mother grandmother and fade other close relatives and daughters-in-law. Ser-
who departed this life :sister Hut in memory friends. vices Saturday 2
grandmother, p.m. at
The image of their beauty
December 10, 1964 wishes r--- MRS. ELIZABETH Church of God of Pro-
,, to thank the many friends i FARRINGTONwho never Change WILLIAM K. BETHEL phecy.
and ,the Florida Power departed this life And may our loved one of 1343-E N.W. 5th Ave.
and Light Co. and em- January 19, 1957. Whose earthly cycle died Jan. 18th. Funeral EDWARD WILLIAM
ployees for their kindness, As she rest in her eter- Has ended always live services Sat. Jan. 23rd, PIERCE 1771 NW 49th
flowers, cards and telegrams nal home sweet memoriesof In the memory of our 4 p.m. at Trinity Weslyn St. died Jan. 15. His body
during our hoursof her comforting words heart. Church. Remains i
i n repose was shipped to White
bereavement.Ms. and deeds still linger The Family 4 p.m. Frl Survivors Plains, Ga. survivors area
Isabel Rhims, wife within our hearts. include 3 sisters: Mrs. daughter, a stepdaughter -
Mr. and Mrs. John The Family CARD OF THANKS
Rebecca Charlton; Mrs. a sister a brother,
Rhims, brother and Ruth Hutchin land Mrs. and a nJece.CLIFFORD.
'sister-in-law IN MEMORIAMIn The family of the late Malinda Clark; other close
Mr. and Mrs. Sam I II Charlie Brooks extends relatives and friends. WOODS,
Rhims, brother and Ii sad but loving me- its most sincere appreciation 1341C NW 5th Ave., died
i sister-in-law I p mory of my dear mother, to all of you, for MRS. CATHERINE T. Jan. 7. Graveside services
h. Mr. and Mrs. Charles MYERS your most warm consol- MEADOWS of 410 N. W. held Wednesday.MRS. .
Simpson, sister and ing words and methods of 11th St. died Jan. 19th at

brother-in-law who departed this life, comfort, during our mo- ,her home following a EMMA JEAN
Mr and Mrs. Forrest January 20th, 1942. ments of bereavement. brief period o f iUness. JONES, 15725 NW 19th
Gordon, niece and I miss you from m y Special thanks tot h e Funeral arrangements at Ave. died Jan. 18. Shippedto
nephewMs. home dear mother I miss House of Albert Funeral this time are incomplete. Opellka, Ala.
Juanita Williams MRS. EPSIE CLARK you from thy place A Home. Rev. Macon and Survivors include: her
daughter RUSSELLwho shadow over my life is the First Baptist Churchof husband: Peter Meadow'!; WILLIE P. ANDERSON
departed this life cast, I miss the sunshineof Opa Locka Mrs. 3 daughters: Thelma Meadows 4114 NW 11th place,
IN MEMORIAMIn January 24, 1960. your face, I miss your Amanda Smith and Catherine Davis, died Jan. 19. Survivoris
Precious memories how kind and willing hands, daughter Lula Smith. Vera Wallace; 2 sons: Ker- a daughter, Rosa Lee
sad but loving mem- they linger. your fond and earnest care Mrs. Mary Brooks Mr. mitt and Randolph; 2 Davis. Arrangements are
ory of our dear loving Mrs. Laura Williams my home Is dark withouty and Mrs. Charles brothers: Arthur and Joshua incomplete.
daughter and sister, And Family o u, I miss you every- Clayton Mr. and Mrs. Blatch; 1 sister Mary
where. McKinley Carr and Young; other relatives and JOSEPH W. LEARY of
IN MEMORIAMI Mrs. Christina V. Lewis, Family. friends. 638 S.W. 10th Ave. Homestead -
daughter died at his home on

I lost a pal; a wonderfulpal CARD OF THANKS ANDREW JONES of Jan. 19th 1964 followingan
.4 1670 N. W. 5th Ct. died extended period of ill-
When I lost you.I CARD OF THANKS The family of the late Jan. 18th at Jackson M. ness. Funeral services Sat.
; lost a friend that stuckto DAVID K. RAIN Hospital after a short ill- Jan. 23rd, 10 am. at St.
the end The family of the late, wish to express its deep- ness. Remains will be Peters African Orthodox
Like real pals do. est appreciation to all the shipped to Ocala, Florida Church. Remains in repose -
ii God must have known many kind friends for the for services and burial. 1 p.m. Friday Sur-
when He put you thru kindness shown during Survivors include 3 sis- vivors include 4 sons:
faith the hour of its, bereave- ters: Florence Lazier Eliza Harold, Earl, Charles and
That you'd make heavenA ment. King Elvena Micheal; 1 Frederick; 2 daughters:
still better place.I Thanks is expressed to brother Renty Jones, Carolyn Leary and Myrtle
lost a pal, a wonderfulpal those who sent beautiful other close relatives and Bethel, other close rela-
offerings cards of sym- friends. tives and numerous
When I lost you.CHARLES pathy telegrams and do- friends.
." nated the use of their
1 cars. of 6GG N.W. 13th St. died THE 'TIMES' GOES TO
Special thanks is
20. lie is survived
to the E. A. Stev- January; -
ROSA MAE ADDERLYwho by his wife Lucille COLLEGE 9 MOS.
ens Funeral Home Key
departed this life West Undertakers. Father Arrangements Incomplete. $3.50
January 20, 1963. xI John H. Reece Top Flo-
In my Father's House 1st and Mrs. Ernestine
there are many mansions. u Welters florist.
p, If It were not so I would I May God bless each and,
have told you. I go to everyone of you. Rahming's Funeral Home
prepare a place for you. The Bain Family
As the rainbow is a

dawn. So has God,
Father promised that our .
loved one will live on In In sad but loving mem-
\\ a place of bright and GLADSTONE McPHEE ory of our dear OWNERS
Where he has set AUNT DAISY WRIGHT
aside beauty.a house of many wishes to t h a n k their who departed this life Matthew H. Rohmlngs L.F.D. William L. Carey, Jr.

mansions. For his loved many friends and neigh- Jan. 26, 1964. Lewis "Bvster" Newbold, Mgr. Harry L. Rolle
ones to abide. bors for the many deedso Christ will gather his
f kindness rendered I n own to the place wherehe
Sleep on, we you. STAFF
r4 our hour of bereavement.Your has
Jesus loves you best gone.
The Adderly Family many cards letters With their hearts and Mrs. Helen Perkins, Sec'y Sherman Carey
and flowers
-- telegrams, treasures lie where our Charlie Jordan Harold Perkins
HUDSON were deeply appreciated. life is hid on high. May
IN MEMORIAMMrs. Special thanks to Rev. she rest In peace. Sadly

Prescilla Fergusonwho Mrs Beatrice Farrington Ernest Williams Rev. missed. 144 N.W. 3RD AVENUE 311.8343
1514 NW 11th Place
departed this life Henry Evans, Rev. Harold Miss Loraine E. Glover.
Brown and New Bethel Mrs. Selena Jackson and 24 HOURS
January 15, 1963 at Key
West, Fla. CARD OF THANKSThe Baptist brothers church.Indian Fraternal Creek Mrs. Edna Thomas
It has been two nieces
since you been gone, family of the late, Country Club and the Mrs. Carrie Roper and
Memories are treasures; no MR. SHELTON BRYANT Range Funeral Home. Miss Sellna Wilson,
steal. would like to its May God bless you all. grand nieces YOUR FURNITURe
one can express
That is a heartache no gratitude to neighbors, Mrs. Sylvia McPhee Mr. William Wilson, 4WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTY
one can heal. friends and to all who (wife) and Family. nephew. *\ CUSTOM MADE

Some may forget you !shared In the quiet hoursof PLASTIC FURNITURE fJJ
now that you are gone trial for favors, letters,
But I shall remember you telegrams and flowers. W7" -- - $ SUP COVERS
- - -,
no matter how long. Mr. and :Mrs. Ernest ClTlTAL CUM
Your loving daughter :Mingo IlIA" saws
..... LAIr..slAIIT..-
Mrs. Hazel Brady .... m.
loving four
memory .....
family of the late, Husband and Father, 1I&1UUIIJ r
MRS. ETHEL WSLCOX ........ sea amMl ,
who departed this life .::== DlIUstIC
January 4, 1965, wish to SUP COVEUEXanIVELT
extend our grateful acknowledgement -

many friends and to neigh-our KOR3ae of Gr kbaFOII"IDerl7 wlri vet

bors for all deeds of kind-
ness during our hours of
bereavement. Thanks for FREE DEUVEnI DRUG Gretchen>Nichola* Plastic Covers

prayers, kind words visits -
cards and telegrams, 6750 NW 15th AVENUE IbroM JoUlfvUe. Msger
cars and food. A yac I

Special thanks to o u r
pastor Rev. C. J. Bur- :-I APPAREL FOR SALE"cliampagne
ney officers and members. r
Thanks to Mrs. Ruth
and J-- - Smith for her service to
the Range Funeral Home where you'll find like-new exclusive dresses,
and staff. suits, skirts, blouses, shoe all original. $1 to $5
May God bless each of ATTENTIONFacing Mink, fox and other stole and fur jacket $5 to $10.
1 Cashmere sweater $2. Mink collars $5. Pre-teen
you.The Wilcox Family dresses $1. Men' pure Italian ilk uis. $3 and $5.'
difficulty bad luck evil conditions?
Blue serge suits $5. Sport jackets $2. Pant, *hoe*
IN MEMORIAMin Seeking success and peace of mind? Consult $1. Skirt SOc. Also linen, drape, bedspread and
other household items. New suit 910, pants 2 for
of Bishop Virdue. For call 377.1396
loving memory MOSES DEVEAUXwho :
$7 dresses
evening $2. We cater to the elite CraceCRACE'S
our son and brother BULLARD departed this life 1815 N.W. 1st Ct., Miami, Florida

who RICHARD departed this life Jan. 22nd 1963 Message meetings and prayers for the sick. THRIFT SHOP

,January 12, 1951. Gone but not forgottenThe Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Bulltrd Family ONLY
Mother sisters GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY a m a a JL ai J.JLJL m, T.



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,, N" ., <, ." _, __ THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, January 22 1965 13's.
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Judiciary Unit
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NICE ROOM in private $too DOWN CBS
CLASSIFIED home for quiet type person Like new 2. 3. 4 bedroom Selects NegroCongressman

2931 NW 52nd St. f tom $60 monthly, 1 i .
$1 week. NE 4-2798. Call mortgage, no closing contanevrrr
.._n .. ... : I evenings. Sun. and week- area has city ;
_"JMII'v -- ---- .. Washington Fresh-
days. wa *r, cltv IIf"Wf'n, and
man Rep

FOR SALE FOR. SALE FURNISHED 2-room apt. tote modern.. landscaped nchoolfl, and large.sidewalk I!' ( ., Mich) has been selected -
t .. +' as a member of the
near Grandway and buses :
$65 MONTH PAYS ALL Other hoagies In 4: ," House Committee
1728 NW 43rd Street Judiciary -
for working lady. 1225 all V ;' :'
arena from $250 down, .fj' i
2031 NW 83rd Terr. first.
NO QUALIFYING 2 NW 56 St. Ph. 757-8228. low \ the Negro to ,
Drive bv this cute 2-bed- bedrooms enclosed front monthly payments. serve on this committee
CBS, $250 down. King Realty. Inc. Broker. which handles civil
porch, appliances. Very LARGE FURNISHEDroom.
800 MV 7 Av*. .
$8,500 total. FHA. A. Ben- JJi Jf slatlon.
good location in Manor Dig kitchen. Nice 751-0708. Indf o
Kori, Realtor phone anytime Park. Price is
$8,500 $250 and clean. Quiet couple. His first aim
751-2243. dawn and $75 month Life Poor health, want to Conyers
: Reasonable. NE 55283. retire said is I
to work for legislation
Realty Broker 4932 NW 7 ? This is your opportunity -
3 BEDROOMSNO Ave. PL 9-4371. to buy reasonable, well providing iron-clad
Open DUPLEX APT. Large 1- j
guarantees by the national
QUALIFYING evenings and Sundays. bedroom with Fla. room. Service Station ffL.: government o f t hie-

ed$350$80montbran for- kitchen and dining room. 'Garage & Body Shop in busi- basic right to vote "es-
CBS BEAUTY. 3 Bed- Near bus and Grandway. 'ness for over 15 years. For pecially appointing federal
$8,000 total. good area. A. room, 2 Bath, Completely 1242 NW 51st Terr. To ]information, call or better --SmIlin ? Eddie Lee Pitt- voting registrars in'areas
anytime, 751-2243., phone furnished. Florida Room. see call 635-8701. Adults Large Kitchen, Dining only. Ate. is the new own- Negroes are systematically -
LOVELY Room, Near Buses. er of the denied the right
CORNER Only 57 FORD FA1RLANE 500. Dive-Inn Bar, to reg-
HOME $14,700 total reasonable COTTAGE. Retirees, adults $9 down $9 week. Will 1772 NW 79th St. Phone ister and vote."
down payment. Easy 4-rooms, partly furnislied fi01-9J31. He invites: all
1490 NW 83rd St. drive :
terms. Shell $60 month. 4032 car to your home. Dayor his old
Realty Brok- friends to come
Open Sun. 3-5 p.m. er 4260 NW 23rd nite. Phone: 635-8116 GO TO CHURCH
$300 down, 2-bedroom, N. W. 7th AveOWNER Ave. Call OX and meet new friends. SUNDAY.
758-5551. 1-4668.
Everyone welcome Indf
2 tile bathrooms CBS. NoticeMiss
Beautiful oak floors and

only $11,000 total. $74 a on this 3 PAYS CLOSING vate ROOM home., single All man.facilities PrI- Teareatha Rowe is ,'- -.' FREE !III!!

month pays all, FJHA. ty. Enclosed Bedroom, Beau free. Central heat. Near back In the beauty shop 18 YEARS OP RESPONSIBLE
See A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, Room porch. Dining bus: line. Call 754-0434. and would like for all of BUILDING.SERVICE. TO
Utilty Room, carport her customers to BdildipgEstimates
phone anytime 751-2243. All come. THE COMMUNITY
appliances. Near day Sat. and Sun., Mrs. Rowe specializes in
LARG 3BEDROOMCBS Bus. $10,600 total $400 weekdays after 7 p.m. hair weave cold wave When BUYING ei BUILDING
Down. call us to see. Wfe and wig. All hairdos will

$350 down buys this! have Broker key. Shell Realty phone ROOM 635895J.ATTRACTIVE in private. home be $3.50: 365 NW 17th St.Terry's ALL STANLEYPL Homes Apartments
bargain, big rooms, nice 4260 N. W. 7th Beauty Shop, PL
kitchen, $83 month pays Ave. 758-5551 furnished 7-4277 or FR 1-9370. (-3604Btoutlfol Commercial
all, $11,800 total. Good CBS DUPLEX 7 New rooms, in quiet neighborhood 1 Homo Excellent
area, call for location. A. 2 Bedroom apt.yrs.partly ., priced from $7 up. JOIN THE NAACP Built on Your Lot
BenKorlItea1torphone furnished and 1 Bedroomapt. No extra:: charge for cook- or Our available for all typesof

anytime 751-2243. Completely furnished. Ing. 2056 NW 5 Ct. Phone *I: I ::::::::: ::. ::: Attractive Altoro buildings. Take advantage .

LOOK AT THIS BEAUTY awnings.Rent Near Bus. Live PL O-2665. 1330 NW 68TH TERR. "onl. end Addition, }. of-our wide

1710 NW 83rd Terr. Free. Only $14,000- :-bedroom home. Nice .Lot U. D.nolt.h
$350 down buys lovely total Shell$400 down. location. Phone 754-0977 9 rooms 2 bath Your Worn Ovt experience in the mortgage
CBS home, big yard, gar- Realty broker Houto wad Bwll4 a financing field.
4260 N. W. 7th Ave. 758- completely famished
age awnings, sprinkler BRAND NEW Lovely Now Homo
system, FHA terms. A. 5551 Opposite Washington Park" [I..deviate good c, Call U. for Fects About We will build for you.

Ben-Kori, Realtor phone HURRY 0 N THIS COR- 2-B DROOM APTS. iavest.entMAKE .:.'Building Established 1946. Ask
anytime 751-2243.
NER Near everything bus line Good Bonk financing
Beauty. 3 Bedroom bank about
", your us.
1395 NE 150th St. :"
2 bath V
8220 NW 14th Place large Kitchen. OFFERAt '
LIKE NEW 2bedroomCBS Dining Room, screened STANLEY BUILDERS;
porch, appliances. NoticeThe NORMAN BABEL
home. Jalousie win- $10,500 $19,000subject 'i,:;: J inc. :
dows, hardwood floors, total, $1,500 down. Only 1 Idle Hour Art Club to offer MORTGAGE COMPANY
kitchen cabinets, completely mortgage $85 month. will sponsor its RainbowTea Llceased Issued l
redecorated inside Shell Realty; broker Sunday, Jan. 24 from OWNER 759-3842 245 S.E. FIRST STREETFR
and out. This house is like 4260 N. W. 7th Ave. 758- I to 6 at the YWCA 5100 BROKER 361.5311 sea N. C. 79th StroolWo
brand new! Price is 5551. NW 21st Ave. Mrs. E. *!, Florida. 9-0661

$10,000, $200 down and Tappan, reporter. KEY REALTY -
$58.25 month. Key at Life 1755 NW 83rd Terr. .
Realty, Broker, 4932 NW $800 down. $86 month EXTRA I CORN fE Jan. 30
Dr. Gutierrez
7 Ave. PL M371. Open One No qualifying mortgage Only a few hours daUy.';: Jay
CBS air conditioned 'with Start your own businessnow. I CHIROPRACTOR
1821 NW 47th Street carporte tile roof hard- We train you to become FOR SALEAPARTMENT
NO CLOSING COST2- wood floors on 100 foot an Avon representative 2200 N.W. 36 St.-Ph. 634-1117
bedrooms, enclosed front lot. 40% commission, call .
FR 4-5614 ask for Mrs. -- -- .
and back porches, sepa- HOUSE SITE
rate garage, new roof. 1801 NW 83rd Terr. Faye. IImIAt rlwwnut11MI111IwIn m11m a--IiNlanl, u_InN111
Appliances, partly furn- $400 down FHA terms $8,000
ished, drapes, wall to wall 3-bedroom CBS with all i TAKE ADVANTAGE OF A BUYER'S MARKET !!
the extras, The 100 x 143 with
carpeting. Price is $9,500, awning, Appliances a
$200 down and $77 month. sprinkler system the latest wig S-room substandard SEE THESE EXTRA SPECIAL BUYS
Key at Life Realty, Broker tile roof, carporte. $13,000 thing In wigs is house I
now available to at
FHA valuation for this you
4932 NW 7 Ave. PL low
9-4371. and corner beauty. cost no down pay- near Northwestern High
Open Sunday ment with established School MONTHLY PAYMENTS

evenings. 1841 KW; 81st Terr. credit call Mrs. Hart, Phone

73 NW 75th Street $300 down $75 month 634-9095. Indf 759-2817 I OPEN SUNDAY FROM 1 to 5 PM
CBS with
NO CLOSING COSTS. 3- completely

bedroom, 2 bath CBS. fenced yard and, newly redecorated for- ).' .' r..JIIIIlm uIUW a 2031 N.W. 84th Street
Tile Lovely roof,yard.patio, Price barbecue.is FHA sale.THREE. I t< .WEN' WILY 3-i, PM It CBS, 2 bedroom home. FHA. $250 down, $46 month.

FHA valuation. $13,000 BEDROOM I J f;;:;:,<" ISIS'NW>57TH;'STREET k;.1 111I'J I 1928 N.W. 48th Street
with $100 down and $80 TWO BATH "
month. A real fine houseon $2,000 down II '.? '/,'..' :''''ttIIEHI2' ::: BATHS. ; e CBS, 2 bedroom extra clean home.

a very nice street. Life Beat foreclosure on this ...............--""---.----.-_. I 1170 N.W. 39th Street
Realty, Broker, 4932 NW close-in house. CBS on i 5
7 Ave. PL 9-1371. Open beautiful lot. Move in i Arthur Treister and sons built this home with e CBS ,Large 3 bedrooms, many extras.

evenings. Owner gone. |{ you in mind. Spacious rooms and modern design |

2023 NW 43rd Street $1,500 down Small) i makd this the home for those who care. Liberal | t FOR THE CAREFUL BUYER:

NO CLOSING COSTS Estate =' bank financing and low down payment make this | I Drive by these homes and then call us:
CBS duplex, 2-toedroom Nearly new CBS gorgeous
each side. Tile roof, appliances home plus gleaming rental | home within your reach. STOP! And have Miss =
1958 N.W. 58th Street
large yard, freshly unit and 2-car gar- I Chris show around.tJxlv.rsuI !
painted. Price is FHA age which can He another I you 1087 N.W. 73rd Street
valuation $15,700, $600 unit. Lot next door available .
down and $90 month. Live on terms. Absolutely I. foil f EstateKONXY i 1441 N.W. 90th Street

rent free! Key at L i f e no qualifying or delay) I N 3410 NW.12th Avenue
Realty, Broker, 4932 NW on this one.Trades. i ? :<
wanted N
7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open II 8325 N.W. 23rd Avenue
Sunday and evenings. Gov't resales Open days a wrk .!'-.9 .8.... to 7 p....
Many other listings I ,4600" NW 7th Avenue. 7518642WtammmUtStSHUUHHUIaHBH I =Ii 2115 N.W. 42nd Street
3710 NW 14th Ave. (Conventional & FHAi e

BARGAIN $1,000 below D. W. Gurton __rHlJlnllmnnnfl $1000 DOWN BUYS A BRAND NEW 3 BEDROOM
FHA price and seller pays
closing costs too! You Rrg. R. E. Broker ; HOME IN LIBERTY CITY
save more than $1,500, 3- CE 5-2342 =
bedrooms, 2 baths, jalousie WI 91784LOT MAD MAN MAX RENTALS:
windows, awnings,
3135 N.W. 59th Street
big Florida room, garage, 1216 NW 65 Terrace
appliances. Extra large Miss Pierce, 751-4292. 2125 N.W. 58th Street
corner lot, landscaped, BUYS- ANYTHINGSELLS
sprinkler system with DESPERATE! Must sell 1221 N.W. 38th Street

own pump and well, also 3-bedroom 2 store fronts.
2173 N.W. 48th Street
city water. Keys at Life Reasonable for quick Furniture Refrigerators $19.95 up II
ReaJty, Broker, 4932 NW sale. Joe's Shoe Repair Refrigerators II 3061 N.W. 55th Street
7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Shop 5318 NW 2nd Ave. Beds 10.95 up

anytime. Stoves g WE HAVE MANY OTHERS
2050 NW 152nd Terrace Couches 14.95
NO QUALIFYING. Like Call NE 4-7025.
Radios Pole
new 3-bedroom CBS, Lamps 8.95 up

Jalousie windows, terrazzo CALL 751-8642 and find OR WHAT HAVE YOU OPEN EVERY DAY INCLUDING SATURDAY
floors modern kitchen.
Price is 10500. $300 down out how you can own SUNDAY. COME IN TO SEE US FOR ADVICE
and $85 month all. your own modern home OPEN 7 DAYS :
for as little as $100 down.
Key at Life Realty Broker -
Universal Real Estate
9-4371., 4932 Open NW Sundav 7 Ave. PL Broker I 2713 N.W. 62nd St. I FORD REALTYINC. BrokerI

LESSONSROBERT HAND LAUNDRESS to PHONE 696-3771 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595
SCIWDFIELD do men's shirts, under-
private piano lessons in wear and socks. Call OX nulnuluuuunaaaanltplallnnllauluanulimunnuuulalulunaanlannl.. lmllllI
your home. Ph. 754-2537. 1-

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14 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 22, 1965 I

It" '..#" ." ...'.',...." ',.." ,.,...,.,......" ,'.',','........" ....,.....-.-.-.-.-.-, ORCHARD VILLA School Board ... .

r Tn last week's edition an -
Members To -. s
I' IN OUR SCHOOLS article concerning the attendance -
of 21 Ore-hard Discuss FutureOf
Villa Elementary School
,. .... MaysThe Y
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and Bailey Circus at Miami president of Mays

Northwestern to NorthwesternHost Beach ConventionHall PTA has, In a move to
I" ToSecondary Jan. 15 appeared. Arrangements make citizens in and ;,
for this trip around the Goulds area

k Repeat "A Roomful of Roses" School Horizon were made and bv the the Miami Wider more future Informed'of Mays' about'High, the Invited -

Thespian Troupe 1880 of Members of the cast include PrincipalsMiami Showman's Association. members of the

Miami Northwestern directed (Bridget) rjelores Northwesternwas Pu were selected on Dade County School
f by Miss Mary L, Oliver, will Rhodes, (Nancv) Gwendolyn one of the host the basis of achievementIn Board to be present at a
present a repeat performance Mainor, (MacGowan) Willis schools for principals attending art arithmetic. Rome combination business and

of "A Roomful of Roses"by Jackson, Selena Forbes the national meet- pupils' name were omit- guidance meeting.Mrs. .
Edith Sommers on Jan. 28 (Grace), Gail I I WillinghamJane Ing on Miami Beach Burin ted they are: James
at 8 ( ), Colette Thomas the pas t week. StuhlH. Carol Graham. Queen Armstrongsaid
p.m.The play deals with some (Willamay), Wilbert T. Tour groups as well a s Deborah Holme-, Mozcll that the real purposeof

of the problems that confront Holloway (Jay), Wayne May- individuals visited the Allen and Rosaline Shelly. the meeting was much
cock (Larry), Milton Coffee school on Sunday, Monday the same as the one last Funeral services for the
a child of divorced parents. (Dick). and Tuesday. A special The Cooperative Study reporting period: to Issue late Deacon
Walter Brooks
Bridget (the teenager) at the Committee members
program was arrangedfor report cards to 11th and
Admission Adults $1.00 will be held
beginning of the play is a : the visitation on Sun- whose name were omitted 12th grades while all Saturday at
students 50t.NORTHWESTERN. 1 from Mt.
chillingly defensive and arrogantly day and Tuesday. are Mrs. Edith Washington certain test data to them. p.m.Church Baptist -
of which he
independent child.In assistant: secretary -
the end,however, the love Hospitality Club members ; :Mr. Barbnrt Burrows Last year the Guidance ,was a member. Deacon
and understanding of her ma- Mrs. Hattie McSwain conducted visitors in assistant secretary. Department, In an attemptto Brooks was a long time
graduate groups of ten over get more parents out former owner-operator on
ternal and foster
family help
home economist from the and to the Liberty City Jitney
areas PTA
campus to meetings and explain -
her become an understanding National MAYS HIGH NEWS route for 35
the Live
Stock and of special interest. A brief to them just how years.
I andlikeableyoung lady Meat l3ot/rd, Chicago, gavea and question and He leaves to mourn his
r program Dr. D. G. McGarey, vis- important it was for themto
BTW HIGH special meat cookery demonstration -answer period was held iting consultant from know what their child loss a wife, Everlina,
on Wednesday, In the auditorium at the mother, Annie Brooks;
Pennsylvania State Uni- ren were doing, and how
Hooker T. Washington January 13, before Mr. end of the tour. Refresh- daughter, Rena B. Ran-
versity for the self study crucial it Is for them to
received Its share of visitors dolph brother
George Powell's Cookingand ments were served to ; Tommy
practicum at Mays will do well on tests, institutedthe
as principals from Baking Class and Mrs. visitors In the All-Pur- Pittman; sister Annie W.
all parts of the nation attending Rooms by membersof be on the campus to con- Idea of distributing on Ross, nephew Tommy
M.O. Reed's Food classes.Mrs. pose
fer with and assist admin- PTA meeting nights
/f the NASSP meet- the Cooking and Bak- report Pittman Jr., 4 stepchildren -
McSwain demonstrated
ing on Miami Beach took ing classes. istrative officials depart- cards to two grade ten grandchildren anda
; time out to visit the the most up-tp-date me- ment heads, chairmen of sections at a time. Wed- host of other relativesand
school. When Mr. and thods in meat cookery inclu- committees, small groups nesday night cards will be friends.
,} Mrs. Hilliard of Annapolis ding broiling, roasting, Parents' Night to and Interested teachers, in distributed to 11th and

Maryland were asked braising, and cooking in liquid Be Held matters concerning the 12th grades while all MRS. CARRIE MAE
+ their impression they using easy and practi- school. He will assist other report cards will be FRANKLIN of 14710 SW
n stated that "the school's cal recipes. All parents of ninth and them In any way possibleto issued to students Wed- 103rd Ct., Richmond Hgts.
program was very excit- Mr. Wallace Orr, Business tenth grade\ students at solve the problemsthat nesday morning during lied Jan. 15. Her survivors -
+ ing and the students Education intern from the Miami Northwestern Senior are unique to this the home room period.All include her father,
showed good discipline in University of Miami, woundup High School are urgedto community. John McCray; two brothers -
their Uehavlor." a semester of work under attend "Parents' Night"on citizens in the John Robert and Lon-
the supervision of Mr. Fred Wednesday, January Goulds School Communi- nie. Service In t b e
They further stated Johnson and Mr. Eirkus 27, 11)03.!) at tWO: pm. in ty are urged to be presentat chapel Saturday with the
that the student body as Bailes on Thursday, January the auditorium of the Parents to Pickup the meeting so they Rev. S. L. Gay' officiating.She .

a whole was "friendly"and 14. The Northwestern family school.: Report Cards can question board mem- will be in repose in
they enjoyed the wishes Mr. Orr who will bers the status of Mays in the chapel until funeral
A t this time, parents
lunch served in the cafe Attention all Ninth and) the next few The time.
teria. graduate at the end of the will be issued their child Tenth Grade' Northwest- years.
semester, the best of luck ren's report cards and informed meeting Is scheduled to
erncrs. Be pure to remind
begin at 8 in the MRS. BEATRICE MIT-
In his chosen tesslon. of students' test
+ The school was buzz- pr ,vour parents to report to
school auditorium. CHELL of 1955 NW 157thSt.
The Student Council is results. Methods will also
Ing with television sets, the school on Wednesday, ., died Jan. 4. Her
January 20, as teachers winding up its "Beautifica- he discussed whereby January 27. IOn::;, at 8.00: survivors include her hus-
brought their portablesets' tion Drive" which netted parents can help) tremen- p.m. to recleve your report -
band William six child-
4It JON$ :
and radios. Others more than 75 plants and 'dously In improving theirchildren's cards for the third :STN ACp' ren. Mrs. Roberta Jones,
listened via the public shrubs which were used to attitudes toward six weeks. Willie Gene Mitchell Ef-
academic acheive-
address system while beautify our campus. Members
ment. __ _ (age, Robert. Hal and
President Johnson of the Council && && ------ & && && -
Lyndon supervisedby --------------- --- -- Patsy; a grandchild, nine
was sworn in as the their sponsor Mr. Leonard The Guidance Depart-- sisters and brothers. Ser-
3Gth President of the Walker, planted the flowers ment is launching this vices Saturday, 3 p.m. at

United States. and shrubs which were dona- all-tAit, .attempt to ,encourage BE A NURSE'S AIDE First Baptist Church of
ted by students, teachers 'and parents to attend Opa-locka. Rev. Macon
Monday, January 25 P.T.A. members. this: first parent-orienta- officiating. She is pres-
will open driving classesfor Mr. David Paschal, band- tion session. THE IDEAL SCHOOL FOR ently in repose In the
all 10th grade stu- master at MN1IS,attended the chapel.

dents. This year the State convention of Band #...,.." ..,') ,.,..#,.,.. TRAINING NURSES' AIDES
classes arc scheduled for Teachers, held at Jacksonville JOHN JONAS JOHN-
the Allapattah driving Florida during i the Meet your friends atCAL'S SON of C030 NW 23rd Ave.
range. Transportation is Christmas holidays 2380 W. FLAGLER STREETCall died Jan. 14. His survivors -
to be furnished the stu- Lillie
Miami Northwestern is LOUNGE ANDRESTAURANT Include his wife -
dents by school bus. Stu- of the host schools for one the a sister other rela-
dents taking the course tives. Services were Tuesday
{ convention of the National Food at its best for information 226-7403 or 443-9741
are to turn in medical in the chapel.
forms completely filled Association of Secondary New classes begin Mon. & Thurs., Feb. 9-11 *
School Principals meetingon You have trieJ the rest
out by a physician. The JOHNNIE BROWN, of
Driver Education televi- Miami Beach the week of Now try the best Morning classes 9 a.m. 12 p.m. 1985 NW 154th St, died
sion classes will begin Jan. 19.The Continuous service from 6 a.m. Evening classes 7-10 p.m. Jan. 16. lie Is survived by
Jan. 26. According to Mr. Mays High Rams of to 1 a.m. his wife. Alice two daugh-

Robert Wilcox, Instructor Goulds lashed the North- 6910 N.W. 22nd Ave. ters, Mrs. Odrene Vann
( of theory for the classes, western Bulls 90-75 in the and'' Mrs. Irene Holloway;
about 325 are expected to MNHS gym, January 9. Mays NE 3-9316 a son, Johnnie Brown Jr.
be enrolled. Mr. Elston turned out four men who Services 'are scheduled' for
a Davis is the range instructor. scored over 12 points each Owned and operated by 11 a.m. Saturday at Greater -
during the first meeting of James and Neolle"t"'r""t"'r' HOME STUDY COURSE FOR New Bethel Baptist

the season for these two r' Church. Rev. W. K.
Members of the school teams. CIVIL SERVICE EXAMSP.O. Smith officiating. He is

newspaper staff and the Mays led 27-10 in the presently in repose In the

BTW family regret to report first quarter; 40.22 at the OLD MOTHER Box 174 -o- Grotigny Branch chapel.
the death of grand-
half and walked with
away Miami Florida 33168Copyright
mother of Washingtonian BENJAMIN LAW-
co-editor, Emily Black the 90-75 victory. For the HUBBARD 1962 RENCE of 2017 NW 6th

and reporter Daisy Black. high Bulls,point Willie man Rodgers with was 34 WENT TO THECUPBOARD DO YOU WANT A BETTER FUTURE?. .. ... .. ... .. .. Ave., passed Jan. 17. He
his wife
survived ,
Our sympathy is also extended Is by
points. Chico Gilbert added WOULD YOU PREPARE FOR GOVERNMENT WORK?. Mrs.
to Mrs. Marjorie Maggie, a daughter,
Cooke, Instructor, in the 23 and Albert Hall poured If so, fill out this form and mall It today to the above address Charlotte Gray, a son

passing of her mother. 12. And found it bare. But even If you have failed before, you may qualify Douglas E.; two sisters;
MNHS Basketball Bulls and brother. Services
will in whyNagging,: Date.... .. ... ... 196.. ... .. a 3:30
team meet BTW the North- could have been the causeIt will be held Friday at
BTW fencing : Name ., .... ... .......Phone No. ....... ... .
along with Coral Gables, western gym bn Friday eve- Is hard to work when p.m.
Miami-tDade Junior Col- ning, January 15. pain or backache is severe Address .. ..... .. ,. .... .... City and State .. .... ., .
lege, Mays High, Miami and constant. When Age .. ...Marital Status .. .No. of Dependents .... ALEXANDER (Alec)
Beach High and Miami kidneys aren't functioning 1. Did you finish grade school?. .... .High School.... .. SHARPE of 6820 NW 17th

Springs High boys parti- GO TO CHURCH properly poisons accumu- College. .... Ave.., No. 5 passed Jan.
SUNDAY 16. He was a well known
cipated in a fencing match late in the system. Flush 2. Do you really went to work for the Government? .. .... in the Miami
held at BTW Jan. 21. out these poisons with person area.
famous "7-20" formulaand 3. Have you token a Civil Service Exam?.... ..Results .. He is survived by three

feel "like a million" What kind of work would you like to do? .... .. .. children, Reginald, Mrs.

T again. "7-20" is a mild ef- 4. Have you studied for a Civil Service Exam?.... .. .. .. Jeanette Butler and Mrs.

J tive diuretic to the kid- 5. Are you a veteran?. .. .. Do you draw disability? .... Mary Denegall; 11 grandchildren
: Phone two sisters, Mrs.
633-3015 and bladder. It is
neys 6. Would you be willing to spend a little money for the
Lillian King and Mrs. Isabelle -
-4 compounded like a doctor's materials you would use?.... ... Blue; two brothers,
prescription to give
BLANCODRIVING fast relief. Get a bottle of 7. Would you sincerely go through this training UHTIL Charles and Harold, sev-

amazing "7-20" today and you reached success? ,.. .. .. eral nieces and nephews.

a start back on the road to 8. What kind of work do you do now?. ., ... .. .... .. ... Services were held Thursday

good health Always sold 9. What hours do you work at the present? ,.... *. .. at Mt. Tabor Baptist
Church where he :was a
on .a A money-back product guarantee. If you will fill out this form, mall It to us we will return, member of the choir. Rev.
of McPhail notify what qualify for, approximately how
4 you as you can Purdy Brown officiated.
Laboratories. In liquid
SCHOOL tablets. or long It will take you to prepare yourself and the lowlowcost

of our service."SUCCESS" MRS. CORINE GIBSONof
1950 NW 2nd Ct. died
can be yours If you are willing to prepare
2607 West Flagler St. LENNY'S DRUGS for It. WHY DON'T YOU TRY? Thousands have reached Jan. 18. She is survivedby

Miami FloridaUaml'8 1700 NW 3rd Avenue this You also if her husband. Willard;
success through training. may you are three daughters, Mes-
p' i first Intrgrarr*! -li- willing to study and prepare yourself. Don't delay, mall dames Artis Wells, Audrey

J and J DRUGS this form today. Think of your future. Winters and Marjorie

driving school 1410 NW 62nd StreetII WHY WORK FOR PRIVATE ENTERPRISEI When you may Cook, and six grandchild

We help you with the possibly t work for the government with fringe benefits ren. Services ,held Wed-

Cathy McKinney oral and written qUffltlI\M TROPICAL PHARMACY such as paid vacations, sick leave with pay, regular pay r nesday at the chapel.

also raises. and a future.
3200 Grand Avenue
Coconut Grove Civil Service offers equal fob opportunity for all races JOIN I THE NAACP

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Pompano Sharp Shooters Jolly Friends ..


Break State Cage RecordsWorner and Social Jolly Club Friends, with Civic i

Mrs. Bertha Lewis, Presi-
dent, met at the home of
Heath basket- assists.
Mrs. Emma Ward, 1501
ball coach at Delray Carver Being just a junior much
NW 68th Street, Saturday
High. found it, humiliating can be expected to come from legs to bt January 16, for regular
to be on' the him during his high school meeting. Meeting however
short end of a lopsidedscore. career as a basketball player r 1 Christmas Party, with
and a student due:to the fact RId aWomarTAMPA was turned in a Post-
Two years ago, playing that he is above average. aca- friends and members enjoying -
for FAMU Rattlers football demically. a delicious meal
team he gloried in the -NP1>-A 28- and other refreshments.
311 points the Rattlers year-old man begged a judgeto Games and songs were indulged -
racked up against ol> )( ; t declare him a woman-to in. Members also
nents. I avoid further arrests on im- exchanged Christmas pre-

Monday night Heath and ,.J \ ) personating charges. sents. All present reported -
his quints had their seats ""J The man, Frederick a delightful time. Next
warmed hut soundly when .. ". ";j.I.lf (Afredo) Cox created a 'sensation meeting of the club to be
Ulam-he Ely's Fivu ran I as he went into court Northwester Girls Win announced. Bertha Lewis,

up a resounding 193 pointsto r: .T went an upswept hairdo and President.
Carver's measley W. wearing tight torreador slacks
The Miami Northwestern field Betty Levell Back
Ely's : and a trench coat and
si-oio ,
spor- Senior High School Girls'Track JOIN THE NAACP
.! ; row-left to right:Mary Gatlin,
any other prep team with :. ting the usual facial make- .
Team has the
won Emma Roberson, Joyce Mat-
Johnny Jones scoiing, and .' up. Pleading innocent to the Hardeman
County Championship. They Carol Andrea
what irony 85 points! just char ges.
'''' the northern division of Sweeting "Verr ell Smith',.
the reverse of : : Cox told the
Carver'sscore. court he
,J., only
: all schools and then playedthe Coach Fannie J. Humes.
.....: had 38 per cent male hor- southern schools of Dade BE
Not Brenda Walker
The 103 points fell 1R, mones and 62 :
1- per cent female -
short nf ,i national record hormones. Thenhe County, winning the cham- Gloria Zeigler, Shirley
hold fry I two Louisiana boasted: "I'm currently taking pionship. Manuel, Charity Boltin, Leila SOMEONE
team In a 211 .2!) .game .f I shots to kill of the Front row-left to right: Fail, Valeria Reid, Patricia
played lastCUI'. : male hormones." Darie J. Smith, Connie Shef- Anderson Jacquelyn Collee.
FI'htaI1I"ht Blanche i\ .. ------------------ -- SPECIAL!
A city attorney ruled Cox ...-. :::: :::: :::z::

Ely like a taKr proud: this giant,record downto .James Green, 6ft. 21n. judge an "amorphrodite"referred his case and the to SHOWERS OF BLESSINGS ARE FALLING FOR Nightingale graduate d.

ClonliU to tackle of senior guard has proven an peclallied wort; nth *
the Crime Prevention Society BY DAY WHY NOT YOU?
the hottest luskctccis in invaluable asset to the team for further* rare of the sick the
the county where they will since the Christmas holidays. Cox is free study.on Meanwhile bond.- Stop crying over sickness and financial conditions. GodIs aged and the helplena.Eyery .
He is an excellent play maker day the i demand
engage May High. Mays
has its own record, too a and ball handler. Since the blessing now. Try God and his prophet. Bible verse for qualified personnel to

120-50 win over yep. holidays he has averaged 25 Dentist Amos, Chapter 3: Verse 7. God speaks of ae in that perform this valuable
Delrav Carver! points a game and 14 assists.He Denies service grow greater and
keeps most teams honest vtrst. I want to help you. Send no Money. Just addressan greater. Nightingale' College

and won't let them icrowd air ntail-stoMped envelope I back it to yourself for ; truss and qualifier
you to Jola the many
around McKinney, due to the Plans to Marry fast return My scripture lessons will bt nailed at once :j other Nightingale graduates
fact that he can hit from far
.out. Green has lettered in Send all moil to Bishop E.". McNeill, Spiritual Church thin much th.t.re needed performing lervlce.A .

basketball for three years Sugar Ray'sExwife of Christ. 907 You St. NW, Washington, D.C. or P.O. Box a Nightingale gradu-
and with his experience has ate you can choone
proven to be a great team 6526 T. Street Station, Washington, D.C. 20009. Job your how .your the
leader. Green is also the Edna time you uvnt to work .
state's top rated high hurdler You run .njoy the knowledge -
being second last year onlyto tlWl you are doing
Northwestern's Harvey NEW YORK-NPI-Dr. a valuable job, the trainIng -
Natm who ran many a close Lawrence Christmas.Jr. said IN simple and can be
race last year.Although he has no "present plans"to Motors adapted to your convenience.
Green and Mc- marry Mrs. Edna Robinson Cull for an appointment -
Kinney are outstanding performers former wife of ex-boxing AND today and find
Mays present suc- out how very easy It U to
champion Sugar Ray Robin-
cess is that it has shown a TransmissionsRebuilt qualify for thla valuable

y'Y r great team effort.With a team son.The 34-year-old dentist, training Hpeclul for mother boar.arranged. ..

average of 91.4 points per son of a prominent Philadelphia Day or might rlall u. Women
game. Mays has five boys admits that he
family H|"' to 45 eligible. No
averaging double figures; has been dating Edna Mae high school diploma neCrwury. a
1 Fredrick S Steward sophomore and considers her a "wonder- l\\ tuition payment -
John Jawk senior center ful person." *.
Jerome Snow junior guard, Dr. Christmas, who has $49.951
and Green and McKinney.RICHARDSON. offices in midtown Manhattan $39.95 Phone 377-0294

Johnny McKinney. 6ft. 6- is considered one of the
V4 in. forward, Is the Rams city's most eligible bachelors PLUS PARTS PLUS PARTS Nightingale
leading scorer and rebounder.He but states that he has College
is almost unstoppable on MRS. I DAISY STKA- oo marital plans at present. Terms Arrange
a "one-on-one" situation CHAN of 2311 NW Utth St. Edna Mae was married to 111 S. Miami Ave.Mr. ,

within a 10 ft. radius of the \pt. 5 died Jan. 13. She is Sugar Ray for 15 years, and *. K W. Ifoaugabook
basket. lie has tremendous survived by her husband, was said to have been his AUTO AIR CONDITIONERS R. N. Director
spring which makes him an greatest inspiration.The .
Johnson Ii ingle. 11 grandchildren RECHARGED $8.95
excellent rebounder and a including Lewis marriage went sour a
"Bill Russell type defender" Strachan, a sister, Mrs. few years ago and they have I
when it 'comes to blockinghis Estelle Mannings of gone separate ways despite I
opponents shots. McKin- Grant's Town Nassau. rumors of a reconciliation. : Alamo Service Center

ney could easily average 35 Services Saturday at St. NOW I U the Tim to Sell J
points or more but he has James Baptist Church at Use TlnWClarified : PHUIE 311-519 I-'ll' N.E..2HD AYE.
proven to be a great team 1 p.m. with Rev. John That
player, in that he is second Johnson officiating. ASH 1 I


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l 16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 22, 1965

NEW ORLEANS--(NPIVj promoters decided to cancel and other Negro jazz greats
I}: Five Howard University Alumni to be Honored j There will be no internationaljazz all plans for their proposed and stage a giant spectacular
festival In New Orleansas April meet.They had planned here (in the Crescent City.
WASHINGTON, D.C. Pe rez for linguistics and the Doctor of Philosophy degreein Louis
; planned by a local boardof to get together Armstrong Now they are not certain.
.' Five distinguished alumni of Rev. Dr.White for church ad Romance languages from whites. Following the APL Duke Ellington, This is still another can
Howard University will be ministration. the University of Chicago, football cancellation, the Count Dasie,Lionel Hampton cellation for New Orleans.
P honored for distinguished and served on the faculties ,
- -- - -- -
postgraduate achievement OSSIE DAVIS at Southern and Xavier Universities I
.t,, during exercises commemorating Mr. Davis is a native of both of Louisiana,
the 98th anniversary of Waycross, Oat who studiedat before joining the UN staffin
the founding of the University Howard for two and one- 1946. .
Tuesday, March 2, They half years before moving on As an i interpreter Or. A < a < WAME
will be cited during the annual to New York City to pursue a Perez has official UN certification j "' '
Charter Day Assemblyat career in drama. Prior to in four languages- : ;''M :. i< I % fr'I I PRESENTS I ABHAKD ;
10:30 a.m. in Cramton World War H he studied play English, French, Russian, y ;r i
Auditorium, and will speak writing at Columbia University and Spanish. His duties have 4
during the annual Charter Day and worked in all phasesof taken him throughout the NEW LIKE UP OF, EM. hI 1 A46
Banquet,scheduled for 8 p.m. acting and production with world, including 11 trips to
in Baldwin Hall the Rose McClendon Playersin Geneva for international con
No tickets are required Harlem. Inducted in the ferences. Among his many
for admission to the morning Army in 1942, Mr. Davis assignments has been officially
exercises. They are require 1 wrote and produced several translating President{ "
for the banquet, however, plays for the Army Special Eisenhower's address to the N
and may be purchased at the Services program. He made General Assembly in ScpteTi ) .' /
t. Office of Alumni Affairs his broadway debut as an ber 1960.LANNBAU. 1'a Rlv. AlfolzaC.
E room 430 of the Administra actor following the war, x
l tion Building Ticket 'reserl playing the lead role in Jeb. L. WHITE
vations may be made by cal MOle11 "
f ling 797-1542. LEROY F. FLORANT Dr. White serves as pas b,,f.
Co-sponsors of the 1965 tor of Holman Methodist i
Charter Day programs will be Mr. tl or ant currentlyserves Church in Los Angeles. A "r BROADCASTS FROM
; the University board of trus as vice president of native of Marion County, S. 5 TO 1 AM MONDAY TO
and the Classes ofFives1905 C. he stwlied'at North Caroline
tees Process and Instruments ,
1915 1925 A&T College before enrolling
Corporation of Brooklyn, N.Y. k v
1935, 1945 1955, and 1965. A native New Yorker, he began in the School of Re- SUNDAY
e. The 1965 honorees includean his engineering career as ligion .It Howard. He also
actor-playwright, an engineer a member of the Manhattan holds the Master's degree 9
< "
an educator an interpreter Project (atom bomb) team, a from Union Theological i < ;
J and a religious job for which he was cited Seminary and .an honorary degree 9
leader. They are Ossie Davis by the Secretary of War in of Doctor of Divinity
of Mt. Vernon, N.Y., a tamer 1945. Later he developed the from Reed College.In .
student in the College first successful hydrogen- 1947, Dr. White was,
of'Liberal I 1 Arts; Leroy F. liquid oxygen rocket fuel given the responsibility of a
Florant of Hempstead, L.I., pump while working at Ohio mission church in Los Ange
N.Y., a 1943 graduate of the State University's Rocket les. Since that time he has
t School of Engineering and Test Laboratory. built its membership from
Architecture; Edward P. 135 to more than 2,500 mem c "' j',,.
Hurt of Baltimore, Md., a EDWARD P. HURT bers.A new church sanctuary, b 'Fp
( 1920 graduate of the College built under his direction, i i,{ 4 'it ,"
of Liberal. Arts; Raoul M. Mr. Hurt serves as athletic was cited by the Church '
Perez of Forest Hills, L.I., director and coach of Architectural Guild of America f I
N.Y., a 1932 graduate of the track and field at Morgan in 1958.Baptist.
College of Liberal Arts who State College in Baltimore. Brother Ray
received his Master of Arts Last October he was a mem-
degree from the Graduate ber of the four-man coaching Ministers'
School one year later; and staff for the U.S. Track and BROADCASTS FROM
I Lanneau L. White of Los Field Team which made a CouncilThe 7IS: TO II PM NIGHTLY
'i Angeles, Calif., a 1936 graduate virtual 'sweep of honors at Baptist Ministers'[ [SUNDAY TO FRIDAY
of the School of Religion. the Olympic Games in Tokyo. Council will resume its 'i it
weekly meeting next Wed- ? fy f P
l Mr. Davis will be cited RAOUL M. PEREZ nesday at 11 a.m. St. John
for distinguished achievement Institutional Baptist
; in the field of drama; Dr. Perez serves as a Church .AH ministers are
Mr. Flotant for research and senior interpreter at the urged to attend. Businessof
development in medical devices United Nations in New York importance is on the
; Mr. Hurt for physical City. A native i of Laves agenda Including electionof
', education and athletics; Dr. Puerto Rico, he holds the officers for the year. \ 1i1tt 1 v* :'t ,4 i {i ; : $.l; ) it } 1t t1F< : W
Rev. Thedford Johnson # ? : '!iit.' h'
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