The Miami times
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028321/00354
 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: January 29, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00028321:00354

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Metro and the Miami Job better.
Court Orders Housing Authority are
now agreed on providing Harry Markowitz described -
2,400 new units of low "slum lords" as

: j 0 I" Selma to CeaseiNferference twenty-five rent housing million at a cost dollars.of Judges being "Doctors bankers,, and lawyers.some J

; J':', T1:1/: Approval of this program commissioners here to- '
j : ; )
came at Tuesday meeting day. Challenged by Mayor *
f ;; I of Metro Commissioners. Chuck Hall and other 'l
,,, commissioners, Markowitz ,.
Law enforcement officials Landlords, strongly obJected withdrew his statement y
t o building these
in Dallas County,
"I 'toI The Free Enterprise
,, units. They claim that
r.w : Alabama, were restrained -
.... until 3,000 of their own representatives -
: last Saturday by federal -
.. asked the Metro
; ,Judge Daniel H. vacancies are filled no
; ;. Commissioners to with-
', it:";:,' 311 Thomas from interferingwith spent public for monies housing should, and be hold their approval of the
Negro voter regis- I
,. {., .. )\ that project until a proposed
'., ,". tration in Selma. The order private enterprisewith
.. :" ;$i: the of pilot project by w h i c h
'\ '1't did little good as racist help govern- I
.. ment subsidies, ought to private developers would
. Sheriff Clark con- build low rent housing be I
""- \f.' .. '. .. tinued to harass would be be given a chance to I
', "., oj>. "1., .d1i "' .f Negro applicants.The prove they can do the ompleted. I

.. ,, .. .. ,, .
.A'" .
r" \ ;"" "' )''' '''' order stated that

...... ..A'. ", 'I......' \' '' "persons register legally as voters entitledto shouldbe 2 Plead Guilty inWoman's !,
"': ) permitted to do so In
an orderly fashion, calculated -
to produce that re-
.,.. 0 '\ ,.,", ..L' f' ,., sult. And this court intends -
1" .f' to see that oppor- MurderAccused
tunity is afforded

Popular TV 01" sight cUb. songstress Leslie Uggaa* was tat of tit top-flight Attorneys for the Legal

eitertoiaers visithg the sick tots at Variety C&ildm's Hospital last week. She is tkowa Defense Fund of the of tying, gag- maximum penalty to Harry -
NAACP petitioned for the
I wild Heary Oxen (R) Die Barker of Variety CUb, Teat Ho. 33,sponsors of the kospital, temporary restraining or- ging and fatally shootingMrs. here Williford for trial, 30 from, brought Flori- I

as she aiade eke roads sigviag autographs aid briagiag s.iies.aad good cheer to the littl.patl.atl. der. robbing. Helen her Dlelow jewelry while storeon da State Prison, Raiford, ,

NW First St. across where he is serving.... seven -
-- ear3 for robbe. .
+ tne "
27,1 gr nYm.awxsa. from court House, one
3"1FhbdllRIht v + f R 3 tt 3s of two bandits pleaded Henry Jenkins Jr., 28,
I guilty to first degree murder the other defendant, did
I just before a 12-man not have to stand trial by
t l jury started hearing testimony pleading guilty and his ""
against the other on confession implicating

fj| 4 fl g I p 49*>mf tjjjs M'f If f*+$&% Monday.The Wllllfonl, will as be his offered accomplice by-

ACT Or LOS 3 1 A mllllOH: x Asst. jury Attorney was asked General by Sepe Asst. as State evidence, Attorney against At

h Kogan to deliver the Williford.Goddard .'

Officials of the U. S. stoner of Education, a Health, Education and
Office of Education warn- team of educators and Welfare shells out to '1
Florida's county legal experts explainedthe Florida. schools 17 million
schools superintendentsFriday meaning of Section dollars to be used to pur-
that they will haveto C01 of the Civil RightsAct chase' equipment,. particu- .
sign an agreement Indicating at a conference of larly In science fields,
full compliancewith superintendents from all testing, and counseling
the Civil Rights Act parts of the state. services and materials and
to continue receiving fed- salaries for some person-
eral funds for education. The law states that no nel, including agricultural -
School boards may, as person shall be excluded and vocational Instruc- Mr. and Mrs. J. !Hartman '
an alternate, submit plans from participation in or tors. Taylor,' Sr. announce the engagement it .
showing evidence of desegregation be denied the benefits or of their daughter, ..pEL
or copies of a be subjected to discrimi- The educators were told Marcia Elizabeth to Mr.
court order to do so. nation under any programor by Lesser that unless they Phillip McCoy, son of Mr. 41k
activity receiving fed- can do so in clear con- and Mrs. J. of ,
Headed by Allen Lesser, eral financial assistance.The science and good faith, Willie early McCoy
Opa-Locka. wedding
assistant U. S. commis Department of they should not sign is planned. '

I2 Ctrvtr '".Girls 1 :FiMfeis'ii ::': ;.": ;1! --- Form HI which is a

sc" ar'Jfr"Nt.t" i''; "1 are legal in contract compliance saying with they

: the act.They,
Principal Manatee Bannerman of George W. Carver an- have 60 days b
nounced this week that Carol Arm Davis and Marie Elizabeth \ from .l Bethel are among the 639 Finalists in the 1964-65 National don't sign the form, to
Achievement Scholarship Program for outstanding Negro submit alternate desegregation -
students. plans or face the
About 230 of these Finalists will win four-year college loss of federal" money. College, a small, four-year liberal

scholarships, according to John M. Stalnaker, president of funior colleges have no arts college in central Vermont, believes that
the National Merit Scholarship Corp. The awards will range choice but to qualify under work and study should be combined for the
in value from $1.000 to $6,000 ($250 per year to $1,500 per the requirements of most fruitful educational experience. Some
year), depending upon the student's need. Winners will be Form Ill Lesser said.
announced April 1. Two hundred Achievement Scholarshipsare 20 years ago, in keeping with this belief, it
underwritten by the Ford Foundation and the remainderby < established an annual two-month period in

corporate sponsors. 4'. Grove Renewal January and February when students are ex- '.
The 639 Finalists were chosen by a selection committee 1':
:::.l. pected to take jobs away from the college as
which considered 4,200 nominations submitted by 1,300 :
secondary 'schools across the country. All American high Carol Ann Davis A Joint neighborhood part of their educational program. The Non-
,schools, public and private, are invited to nominate candi- I renewal project in the Resident Work Term, as it is called, gives each
dates for the Achievement Program. Coconut Grove Negro student the opportunity to assume adult re-

Hugh W. Lane, director of the program, describes it asa area by has Coral been Gables recommended and- sponsibilities and test his academic learningsin

talent search seeking to locate, honor, and encourage the Miami planners, the city's life situations. It also enables him to find
most able Negro students. National Merit also administers Committee whether is best
Citizen Advisory out a particular job or career
the National Merit Scholarship program, through which about
on Slum Clearance suited to his interests and capabilities.Jane .
1,700 scholarships are granted annually without respect to announced this week.
race, creed, or national origin.Finalists' .
her nonresidentwork
feels that
names are also being sent directly to all ac- The committee has not Papandrew
credited colleges in the United States to help improve the decided on the legal approach term can best be filled by working with
chShces of these students for scholarships from other w to the renewal the Greater Miami Urban League. Jane, whois
sources. A further list, including Finalists and some 1,400 problem, Kenneth Trels- a freshman at Goddard and plans to majorin
runner-up candidates whom the selection committee wishedto ter, chairman, reiwitcd the Human Relations field, states, "I am
commend to the attention of colleges and universities, after n meeting on the
will be supplied college admissions directors in February. proposed project deeply concerned with race relations, and I

The Finalists come from 35 states and the District ofColuob u The committee favors am interested in working with the Urban
i a. The four states with the largest numbers of renewal of the area on a League, which has had a long history in this
Finalists are Virginia (with 78), New York (60), California Joint basis: Treister said, area. The experience that I will gain in the .,

(37), and Texas (35). To keep the Finalist group representative ...L" #4IU ,,- but doesn't want "any next two months will not only be helpful to
of outstanding Negro students throughout the country, ":r. wholesale clearing0 f
each of four geographic divisions was allocated a number of Maria Elisabeth Bethel buildings or re-location of my education as a student, but also" my fuller
Finalists proportional ot its Negro population. people. education as an American citizen.

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,MIAMI. TIMES, Friday, January 29; 1965

w. : French Beautu Salon to OpenII I'f 'y e" r t K 1 s 0 f

'.'t.,1 (' : ., ""1
II been announced area, the first shop of, its 6131 NW 7th Ave., will be r
that an exciting new beauty type to be opened in the area known aa.Cette Rosette Hair \ A
I salon will be opened to the this Saturday, January 30, stylists. Inc.
public in the Edison Center 1965. The salon, located at The shop has just been .i bra .

-. - _ L....... completed, and Is equipped a
I with the latest and most modern
equipment and facilities
on the market. An ele
gant decor eta French theme
conceived by the well known

decorator, Muriel Rudolph, h
is reputed to have cost in ex Y"I
cess of $20,000.The I : -
salon will be managedby .
Miss Rosette Hazan, internationally -
recognized and
renowned hairstylists. Miss
Hazan, the winner of many

I ... & O awards international, hails hair from styling Paris
France, and received training -
the finest Parisian
salons. Before opening
Cette Rosette Hairstylists,
I I Miss Hazan was associated
? with Fashion
Tress, Rene of -
Paris, and Maison Macel, of Viewing the btavty of scents from "The Gftetttt Story Ever Told" after a (LR.

Washington, D.C. chtoo for church and civic leaders at tit DiPont plaza Hotel ore the Rev. K.E. Rogers

s %w The shop will be staffedby Mt. Olive Baptist Chuck, S. MiaMI, and the Rev. W.ESims, New Hope Baptist Church',

under the the finest direct hairstylists supervisionof 6600 NW 15th Avt. The George Stevens film will be premiere on Fib. 19 at the Sheridan ,

Miss Rosette, and will of- Theatre for the benefit of the United Nations Association and the Eleanor Roosevelt Me-

fer the most up-to-date hairstyling mortal... .Foundation.confidence. .
including Perma- .
Styling, wet set and soft and poise and ,1 A'tAF1ERNOOH'WITIi'\ 10:!syLUVAH'*
style manicuring, pedicuring can become a more attractive
facials,wigs,hair pieces and person. $wat.ner) Cbticeri.* 'Benefit MiamI lUnch: NAAcpFeaturing ;
postiche.The Besides the classes for
Beauty is a matter of
management has
housewives and workingwomen
"know-how". Discover vised us that appointmentsare and for those inte : IN PERSON. .
suggested. Phone num- rested' professional careers -
your hidden beauty. ber is 759-8805. there will also be
ED SULLIVANTelevision's
Learn the secrets of speical' classes for teen-
Vogue School agers. The programs offered Most Popular Personality
charm. by the Vogue School of
Charm. will ,be open to all
of CharmOpens people. According to Miss COUNT BASIEand

Lovette, she has already received -
HereAnnouncement requests for models his Great Band
from the Miami and from
was made the Bahamas Islands.Anyone Heading a List of Famous Name Stars

this week* that the Vogue who would' like further in*
School of Charm in Dallas, formation concerning the SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28th
Texas, has opened a new Vogue School of Charm
from 3:00 to 6:00'P. M.
school Miami.Miss Jeanne courses should contact Miss
Lovette of Dallas is the director Lovette by calling.; MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
of the new charm

IN A FEW SHORT WEEKS school. Miss Lovette, a for /To -8rglcal Office TreatsMOX Reserved Seats: $5.00; $3.75 Gen. Adm. $2.75
THE VOGUE SUCCESS mer modeling instructress,

COURSE WILL HELP YOU is an alumnus of Western RUPTURE PILES -'Man Check MO to M B.: Aud torium. Make
State University and Morri .. MAIL ORDERS to Miami Bnnch NAACP, Enclose
Rectal Diseases, VarVwo Vet : "Payable
BECOME son College in Kentucky. Prostate N. lost tine .stamped, self-addressed return envelbpt
CHARMING, GLAMOROUS' Since ,her college days she Discard Truss Upoa Correct!**
has been an instructress for W Raptwe.- low cosC
NEW PERSONALITY. Vic Tanny Health Studion in DR. LONG'S CJJNIC1M& This ad sponsored as a community service by

California and for die ,Spa BW 1st 8k TR. 3470 SIR JOHN HOTEL KNIGHT BEAT CLUB
Health Resort in Dallas .
Miss Lovette has developed
and taught special classesin .. ............. ..... j
modern jazz dancing and e.
VOGUE SCHOOL OF CHARM trol. In addition to her

290 N.E. 168TH TERR. teaching activities, Miss
Lovette has also been the
MIAMI, FLA. director of social activities AL 4'rT'i'
TEL 9493106Please for women at the Preston
Hollow Country Club in 'Dallas -

furnish nw absolutely fr.. the full Information and has worked as a model

about what your course can do for ma in television advring
in California.The .

I Name ... ......... ...... ... .... ... .... .. .. ...... Vogue School of ; ,
Charm will not only offer
I Address< ... .... .... .. .. ... .. .. ... .... .......... programs for Women interested RENTALINC.
in professional modeling
... City .. ... .. ....... ... ..T.1". ... .. .. ............ as a career but also will of- E><, .
warns Iwminnnnnmt0miinwiiinl iuaimiimmirnwminnml fer a basic modeling and .
charm course for the woman
who wants to improve her-
self personally and socia ly. r' THE LARGEST COLLECTION AND RENTAL
Miss Lovette stated that

every woman "can acquirethe AGENCY IN THE SOUTH; OPERATING IN
mood of beauty if she HON. L. L. BROOKS
has the training and know- .
stated, "can be transformedinto

a radiantly lovely per- GEORGE P. HARTH GENERAL
son if she learns the secretsof
charm." "Every woman,"

Miss Lovette continued, "can + MANAGING AND }REiTHAifl
develop 'self assurance t
e + 10 OOtiOl; UNITS .
*AVt* ? 'frf rrnt i wiftti.iiMVri:
L ,d'",&>* +
1 I YEARS OP.SERVICI'TO RESPOMlfaLI'BUILDING l;: Bonded also has employment service at main office :

IAWLLJ THE COMMUNITY. ., I 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue

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.ao to assisityost setviag rot, problems.
CALL STANLEY !\ P1! "$:.o fleet if fv:cars 9M 9=d.ror to doaVservke bHU' +
dr P L 13684D (::1t.:"s01i:.. Iti hti! and Stisdarytc fal..eaerge &y .s FJ.I i...cGltPI.W33 I ; l .

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or Ours 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL; 9.8733 JVondollsm :

Attractive Alts.:
Lions and Additions don. by a f.w Is expensive to all. PUasa h.lp us stop this unnacessory evlf. I

: .Ut Us D...tl li C.A. Lockhart, Public Relattons Director
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 29, 1965 3

Muhammads Son Quits Black MuslimsCAIRO LOllS Small GIUil Business, lank Administration's SupportThe driveto fll

Egypt NPI Akbar Muham- months ago and set his own Harlem-based cult. return small business financing to the local

mad, son of "The Honorable" Elijah Muham- In detailing his reasons,'for quitting, Akbar communities is receiving encouraging bank
mad and a student at Al Azhar university in said he no longer was able to agree with his support, SBA Administrator, Eugene P. Foley

Cairo, has officially quit the "Black" Muslims father's "concocted religious teachings, whichare said.He

organization led by his father. far from and in most cases diametrically Rata that under the Agency's programof

Akbar opposed to Islam, and secondarily because of selling its seasoned loans to,the,bank which
25 announced the action
during an
his politically sterile philisophy of the Afro- started the first of the year, 450'business loans 1
interview last week in which he also said he "
totaling $14 million have been purchased' by I
could "cooperate in many ways" with such
civil rights groups as the NAACP, CORE and Akbar also said he is just as opposed to his banks and an additional 4 million of SBA loans I
the Southern Christian Leadership Conferenceled father's proposal for setting up separate black: to small business investment companies have
by Dr. Martin Luther King. states within the United States for Negro Am-' been sold to banks and other investors. ,,1

ericans or else returning them to Africa. "The SBA said "cannot possibly ,
At the same time. Akbar indicated sympa- .
thies for the efforts of Malcolmn X, the fiery There had been previous rumors that Ak- meet all of the long-term credit needs of the I;

ex-No. 2 man in the Muslims organization, bar would quit his father's organization, but millions of small businesses in this country* '
who split with the senior Muhammad some last week's announcement makes it official. But it can lead the way and'make it possible: :
for the banks to greatly increase their long

_I E 3A iR7BN& 5' 2..' ltiii !!!I 'ittJ9JiI;'-<, i'fc elSficil i' Rib for l r Q 1 many term lending small firms, which need.is the type of credit, so*

Negroes will be, elected The new' NAACP, magazine
small firm
"If a bank will make a loan to a
as, mayors "and will oc also contained several
Conviction of Miss. NAACP cupy"other< important highly Informative or purchase an SBA loan, SBA is willing'under 1

posts" hi snationn's larg articles Interpreting. semi its loan guaranty plan to guarantee up to 90
tion of, recent, events 'important percent of the loan in ease of default. Thus ,i(
Hiod Voided Court cities, declared 'an editorial to' the 'civli rights movement Without risk providefor V
by High appearing in the January Among them the the banks can, virtually ,
issue of The Crisis anti-poverty crusade, the the credit needs of small businesses iiLtheir! j.,
WASHINGTON TheU. Magazine 55-year-old official -' Rochester, NY riot, and community, and obtain valuable new custo
S. Supreme Court on In setting aside the organ of the National the 1904 Negro yote., ":, mers."
Jan 18 set aside the con- conviction, the Supreme Association for the Ad- "
vlcJion( of the president of Court remanded the case vancement of Colored Featuring 'a/ portrait of -----
the Mississippi NAACP to the Mississippi'Su- People, Alex Quallaon-Sackey; 'the Bat Not at Grand Central :
State Conference who preme Court which had first black African and; j
had been found guilty of failed to decide federal The publication ,sportIng youngest man, to become
u morals charge of a Issues raised before it. 'a colorful new layoutas president of the 'United Furniture Prices i
white Mississippi jury. The Mississippi Court it came off the press Nations General ;bbl I
was ordered to decide this week completely 'redesigned on the blue-bordered ',cover I
1 Dr. Aaron Henry had whether during the original 'Ita accordancewith ,, the revised 'publication Going Up and Up! :
been convicted on chargesof trial Dr. Henry had reorganization plan, continued Its';regular
making immoral advances knowingly waived his adopted by the? NAACP department; such as ,a I
towards a teenage light to challenge the use Board of Directors, based book review section; college Nathan BravemaaII i I
white boy. He was originally of Illegally seized evidence its prediction upon the and school information Dy
sentenced to six political history which 'Freedom News and you plan b buy furniture the best furniture value, you
months in prison and ,Negroes made in 1004. NAACP Lite Membership In January be sure b Me the have seen anywhere We are
fined $500.NAACP. The Court was directedto presentation, J>tetures.: complete stock actually lowering'price..I
review the case in lightof REV. LAURA of quality furniture Choose from t wide variety of
'Under' ,the reorganization
attorneys defending the prior U. S. Supreme and A styles; Modern. French and Italian .
Dr. Henry appealed Court decisions relating Spiritualist, Reader aDd The Crisis plan supervision operation hat;01 buy now at Provincial new Mediter
the case to the; J to the waiver Issue. Advisor been :in,,the Association Grand Central ranean. Early American and
Supreme Court" on .the HeaJin,. and blessings to placed ot Freight. 1636 Danish.Apartment house,co-op
grounds that he 'had been The case was argued 8 Department RW. 7th Ave.,"
and condominium
Cod' Power .. ,. owners see
before the Supreme CourtIn Public Relations ; ., ,- '
unlawfully arrested, that ays Nathan v me-we have terms you're sure
his automolSle was unlawfully ( October by NAACP Associate One visit will convince you ,,,,,.,,.t" ''''' '''''''' &averman.'Alliutnitur. b like.
searched, that Counsel Barbara that Rev. Laura will help at this
the affidavit on which he Morris of New York City. you through her power of Meet your friend. at unusual warehouse ...appraiser The right furniture for the
was tried in the lower Oilier NAACP attorneysin right "
blessings. store is from nationally room.
court was illegal and defective the case included General DONATIONS ONLY CAL'S LOUNGE AND known manufacturers. Because says Hazel Filer
and that there Counsel Robert L. RESTAURANTFood their "that's what
was no corroborating evi- Carter, also of New York UN 64882 at its best |[ unique deals you'll find at II __I
dence to support the City and Jack Young of 612 71.t Street .01 new fur. Grand Central
charge against him. Jackson, MIss.- Miami Beach You have tried the rest horn ev Freight The se
Take: L ...... Now trv the best I famous lacBRAYERMAN lectors of national .
Continuous service from 6 a.n gory can be I brand furniture
to 1 a.m. boughtcheaper here*wiU) _
II than advertised fit'' your rome, sI....
5 6910 N.W. 22nd Ave. prices.- whether it', "a Lsrr

1 A STATEMENT FROM CRANE BROS.! NE '3-9316 taw..... "At Grand 10.000 house, or- a $500,000 1,;,
mansion. -
t t dr Central Freight
Owned and operated by that fabulous warehouse store1'* The store to open dairy and
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1. We have been In business at the same location since 1947. We.
own all of our property from which we do business.

2. With our exceptionally low overhead and long experience In
selling Ramblers we are In a position to offer you the lowest
prke on the purchase of a new Rambler.

3. W. offer low down payments with the very minimum bank .. rD
financing. rates. We have disability insurance available which
pays the monthly I installments If the purchaser Is disabled for

any reason whatsoever. GOT THE NEW-CAR FEVER?

4. We have a large used car operation and therefore are constantly
I In need of used cars and will offer you the highest possible
price for your used car. We've got the cure! .

5. We will not knowingly I be undersold or out-traded by any A low-cost, easy-payment car loan from
dealer in this area. Lincoln National

6. We have one of the most complete service departments. Our 1. Shop around for the car you want.
mechanics are factory trained, use factory equipment and our ,k Briar us the make, model and price
prices are most competitive. We have a new, modern paint
2. We will okay your loan quickly
and body shop air conditioning department front end, wheel
and with red Our loan
no tape.
balancing and wheel aligning department shop and engine :
overhaul and in other : t policy is very liberal we want
tune up department words one stop { r
service. We Service All Makes of Cars Regardless From Whomor to make loans.

Where They Were Originally Purchased. -; 3. Interest can bees low u 4%% one

I: new car, and payments for .*
COM TO CRANE BROS. AND MEET THE FRIENDLIEST ORGANIZATION -1'm J. D. Mck, d Ions as 38 months the lowest
IN MIAMI YOU WILL GET THE BEST DEAL THE BEST Uller. Jut core U aa4Mk payments possible. We also make
SERVICE YOU CAN EXPECT FROM ANYONE. BUY WHERE YOUR for re, ae4 IH be loans on used cars up to 5 years
BUSINESS APPRECIATED. clad to help yen." old.


RNE flrtl fully integrated bank in the entire Southeast-
right here in the Edison Financial Center

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 29, 196!I

IB. I I Inaugural Sidelights 4 -w

.. LL : BY NPI
.. _- By Negro Press International t
.... aiGMMUND RKKVKH Bdlt.r aCAKTH .. T.NkMr
itself First.
WASHINGTON presented as a 25, 1863 Negro regiment
C. MnCVKa.: il....... MtUrRATKH January or-
the thousands of visitors who ganized.
1 ....... .. dI. Nad..al lew.nw P'abIMber. A..dMra mopolitan city to Personsof
i participated in Inauguration activities. January 26, 1939 Major John R. Lynch,
.. tJ1I CRlPTIOJf different races and creeds mingled freely Negro congressman from Mississippi
on YEAR 9V BIX MONTHS >M eta both -
and strides in equal; employment and 1877
great in 1873 died.
...... .. lie had
Sacra ChM Matter, A.. 1BCT at tk r Mt OfltoC level-where
Klsa.1. FtorMa, udcr tk* act .f Mm: I, IMBUta on the private and government lived in Chicago as a practicing law.
evident. This was in sharp contrast to a few
Offlc at C740 N.W. 1Mb ATCM..-!*... OX V fiE yer.
........ Offlc: Utt K.W.M A....-...... mCKKDO _-iLS years ago when the nation's capital was January 26, 1788 Andres Bryan, was ordained .
ed as one of America's most segregatedcities.
upon the first
or Tin NEGRO nuafcF'Th as pastor of the Af.
MBCBO FBJaW fcellCTM Ot AiMrim en few ).. *. rican Baptist Church located
writ !..... ncfal ..4 patkwal whtacoato* .... tt ....** to in
vary ara ,..... k..l rlgkU. Battac .. ..... flr'abelrwtlrt 1I 'r.- Democratic National Committee and codirector January 26, 1928 Eartha Kitt,, singer and
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t* ktfp rrtry MM
.)...t M keg M say... K bell tack. of publicity for'the 1965 Inaugural Com- actress, was born in South Carolina
mittee, had to limit his activities last week be- January 26, 1869 Fifteenth Amendment

DEATH OF A WARRIORFuneral cause of illness. However, he is expected to be proposed, in Congress, giving former
back in full harness at his Democratic Head- slaves the right to vote.
services will be held Saturday for
quarters desk shortly. 27 1913 Negro priest J.
Sir Winston Churchill Britain's greatest for- January J. Plant-
mer Premier, Lord of the Admiralty, World ROBERT H. MILLER, the Chicago alder- vigne :at St. Francis Catholic Church,
man and mortician who exposed a "body Baltimore, died.
War hero, an artist and an author.
snatching" racket just before leaving for the

Mr. Churchill, 90 years old, died Sunday inauguration, received long distance calls is expected to come up with a choice assignment .
after suffering a stroke on January 15. from newsmen at his International Inn suite. in LBJ's "Great Society' Andy is high.
The highest possible honors will be given They wanted to know if he was still packinga ly regarded for his political savvy.
Sir Winston, one of the world's most outstand- pistol following threats on his,-life. He was
ing characters, by his country and'many accompanied to Washington by his charming MATTIE SMITH COLIN and Marie Brook-
others.So wife Ethel. ter, both of Chicago, played key roles with the
1965 Inaugural Committee. Mattie worked
much has been said on TV and radio and FRANK STANLEY Sr., publisher of the with Samuel Brightman, director of publicityand
In the press that Ye Editor much prefers read- Louisville Defender and current president of Marie served with the 'housing unit.
ing about this great character rather than the National Newspaper Publishers Associa- <

writing.He tion, and Mrs. Stanley, also picked the popu- rw' R'S'H'W.rn+ ,' YOUR'E lMI'tYTHIS'SUND: y

has .certainly made his contribution to lar International Inn for their inaugural ac- g ;'_ ,,,: > :;, t -" '/ .>i.f < t.'," .

this old world. tivities headquarters. nauii mir- j. :.. .. _. -!....-. Tfrffirararanri
May he rest in peace. CONGRESSMAN William L. 'Dawson of Illi-
nois, set the pace with his big reception at the
LIBRARIES AMONG TOP TENIt Gramercy Inn. The Congressman's party was APPAREL FOR SALE
also a highlight of the Kennedy inaugurationfour
must have been somewhat of a boon to years ago. "cbalnpasue taste, beer pocket Come to Grace'
our whole educational system in Dade Countyto where you'll find like-new exclusive dresses,
know that the American Association of Libraries JOHN SENGSTACKE, publisher and edito suits, skirts, blouses, choc all original. $t to $5
placed Dade elementary school libra- of the Chicago Daily Defender, his gracious Mink, fox and other stole and for jackets $5 to $10.
ries among the top ten in the United States; wife, Myrtle, and their eldest son, Johnny Cashmere sweaters $2. Mink collars $S. Pre-teen
dresses $1. Men's pore Italian silk! suks. $3 and $5.
plus the honor of having 12 high school sen- along with friends occupied a ($750) box Blue serve suits $a. Sports jackets $2. Pants, shoes
iors among 300 award winners in the West- at the Sheraton-Park Inaugural ball. f 1. Skirts SOc. Also linens, drapes, bedspreads>> and
; inghouse Science Talent Search.Dr. other household Hems. New suits $10, pants 2 for
DR. RALPH J. BUNCHE, a guest at the $7, evening ........ $2. W. cater to the elite. enc.GRACE'S .
James B. Conant, an authority on edu- Sheraton-Park was kept busy signing auto
cation, speaking at the National Association graphs. THRIFT SHOP

T'. of Secondary Schools and Principals said the ANDREW II. (Andy) HATCHER, Associate 2512 NE 2nd Ave. FR 14372
State Board of Education "doesn't seem to me Open 10 ..... to 8 pjn
'White House Press Secretary in the Kennedy
to be goodNow there will be
very soon a
Administration, is waiting in the wings, as he
study of that committee. ________ ______ _____"___.__._ __
Movies 1 Dixie w --

f The Public Utilities Commission has order- Park Wednesday

ed the Florida East Coast Railroad Companyto NightMovie

resume passenger service between Miami
time at
and Jacksonville. This service was suspendedmore neighborhood library,your the
than two;years ago. Dixie Park Branch of the
Miami Public Library, will
The company claims it cannot resume this be held on Wednesday, I Y t 1 1Z

-service so long ,as there is danger of sabotage. 8:00 evening: p.m.Four ,. Fehurary 3, at
There has been several acts of violence and
damage reported. Whether the commission films will be .
considers such acts reason enough to justifythe shown: Trinidad (Land of
the Calypso) and Tobago,
company's claim remains to be seen. "This land of ours"; "Ice
land, land of the' Vik- A
Resumption of the passenger service wouldbe ings"; "Ghana"; and "The : e.
a good thing, both conveniently and economIcally White House Paintings."
for Miami. All films are in color and
sound. 1

This week the United States: Supreme Court Recorded
calpyso musicof
refused to review a decision allowing the Trinidad will be play- rL ;
Florida East Coast Railway to change its work ed from 7:45: to 8.00 and i
rules, under court supervision for some em- photographs of the Island
ployees. will be displayed.Miss .

r H. M. Dorsett,
POLITICALOn Branch Librarian, states
that the program is suit-
January 13 President Johnson proposed able for all ages and ..4

legislation to abolish the nation's system of everyone.could he Individuals enjoyed and by ? ,,:;:t '. -) r',_ ,, ; ,
immigration quotas based on national origin families are invited t o '--,. .
This legislation would deal with immigrants come out for an Interest- \ \ .\ >,');j

being admitted according to their skills, their ing evening at the library.Its ','
family ties in this country and to a first come, the all public.free roil open to 3> a i.. i .3 ", br :
first served priority.
The library i h located aiKO
The legislation Is much like that submittedby : N. W. 13 Street. For
President Kennedy in 1962.If more information please
rail FR 7-5029.

the legislation becomes law the present :: ''Ii",!,
quota could be increased by 50,000. k \ t'j'-' f K, ,
Willis Jiles With :/1:; 1 ft":' *,' %., ,
],: ti '
Florida lost one of its top officials on Sat- Puntervold : -\ '

urday when J. Edwin Larson, 64, state trea- InsuranceWillie 1
surer and insurance! commissioner, died Sun- A portrait by E. Allen Becker of Todd Pinder, son of Mr. & Mrs. George Finder

day while he was making an address.Mr. with Jiles Ed I is now Punter-associated Beautiful babies look more beautifulin

Larson has been state official void Insurance Agency,
a for a Inc. In the life, hospitalization a new !*
portrait E.
Allen Becker
period of 35 years. and disability de- by
partment. One of the na-
tion's giants In the life
IT'S HARD, BUT FAIR Insurance department will How much?

Metro employees ,were given somewhat of soon license Mr. Jiles '25.to '125.
.."" an ultimatum on Tuesday. Numbers of these through the Puntervold

employees live in Broward County. Metro or- agency. Call for your appointment.

dered an ordinance drawn up requiring all .
68 TO CHURCH SUNDAY 532-2351
Dade employees to live in Dade County. It

might sound hard, out it seems to be fair. Tho award-winning photographer/426 Arthur Godfrey Road

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THE MIAMI TIMES' 29 1965 SGolden
Friday, January, _
Mrs. Fritz Jones Garner, sister of the Rev. Age ,
Theodore Jones, was among those attending
w the Principal's Convention at Miami Beach. Club Has Lively

I Mrs. Jones is principal of Joan of Arc Junior MeetingThe

High School in New York City. (rohlrn Age Club of
I he .lame-' E Scott Community r tHarvey
James and Harriett Hart entertained for Association,: met
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leary of White newlyweds Hamilton and Joycelyn Knowles at Liberty Square Clubroom
PlaIDS and Miss Carplyn Leary of New York (former Joycelyn Burroughs) on last Satur- for meeting and
recreation Jan 21. Mrs
City motored to Miami to be in attendance at day evening. Marie Price was acting as

the funeral of their father, Joseph Leary, last Choral Groups from Malcolm Ross, Edison chairman .of ,the birthday t J
Saturday committee.In
SSPeter'8 African Orthodox Courts and Jollivette Plaza Senior Centers
Church week. They "">ed to their homes this presented a program of songs at the annual Citizens entertaining Senior
meeting of the United Fund of Dade Countyon of their own a called program Exploring -

Sincere, Sympathy to the Williams' family Wednesday, Jan. 20 at the EvergladesHotel. Talent among

(Theopolis, Joe, Harold) in the death of their them. Some gave songs Hall formerMiamian
Happy Birthday to Edwin Cambridge, Ar- and humorous recitations.A .
sister, Jimmie Lee Jones, a teacher in Fort and, Horsey High
Myers. Other relatives surviving are her hus- thur Lee Jones, Barbara Cheatham, Victoria large birthday cake football star. is home visiting I:
band, Eugene, mother Mrs. Essie Owens, Charlene Keaton, Bernice S. ,Hart, graced the refreshmenttable relatives and friends
Walker of Mattie Jones and Everette Ingram Cortel one each month is after 22 years in New
Hialeah and a father, Joseph of Jacksonville. given to the club by the York City. Harvey will be
Owens, Willie Fletcher, Frank McKay Dar-
Egelloc Club to honor remembered as one of the
Mary J. McCoy was hostess to the Neonta ville Knowles and Bert Cooper birthday members. Everyone Bulls' fleet halfbacks: who
Club members at her 50th street home on enjoyed birthday hared honors with Harold
Tueday evening of this week. Stanley Sweeting entertained the CollegiansClub songs and refreshments Murray the late Edwin
Wednesday evening at the fabulous Lord and others. A Uroth- (
Congratulations to William A. Wynn, for- Hampton House. Among the memberswere er "Hoopie" became a I
Rev. H.
E S. ()OI'sey "great" a hort
mer teacher at BTW and a graduate assis- Sincere congratulations to Evergreen Mur- Reeves Dean Derrick and lime later.
tant at the University of Miami who has been phy who was presented a plaque at the Cath- Mr Nelson Mrs. Odessa 1
promoted as an administrative assistant to the olic Diccesan Convention held at the Fontain- James the president members, and addressed Mrs.- THE 'TIMES' GOES, TO ,.
director of the Economic Opportunity Pro- bleau Hotel for outstanding service with the Ponder, committee direc- : .
gram of Dade County. Catholic Youth Organization. Evergreen is the tor assisted in making COLLEGE 9HOS.

Monica Rahming of New York City is in first Negro to be so honored. everyone happy. $1.8

the city visiting with the Isaiah Matthews of 'I"I" ". .." ',,..,.'......,111,.'..
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Liberty City.Jenobia .
LcLYDE ::KLSNE' Wr / /
Johnson of Nassau is enjoying our

Magic City and the company of her sister ) < fTINS

The King Libertys (Eunice) had as their J ..-"' '-.....#.. ......' J, ,,'

guests, Mr. and Mrs. Luie Liberty of Rochester ; 1000, NW 2nd, (Avenue, "' > ::1
New York. il t
fi +:"b t),, '",> i PROUDLY" PRESENTSM
Beulah Major and Emily Pittman celebrated -
their birthdays jointly on January 22 witha
birthday party. Emily's birthday was Janu. 2 DAYS ONLY

ary 13,.,Beulah's the 17th.
t Happy Birthday, to Michelle Carey who

celebrated her 8th birthday this week. Mi- 4 STAR ATTRACTION 1 M
chelle's mother, Bernice will celebrate her Q! :;r' .-
birthday this weekend.
Aaron Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gor- \
don, 1921 SW 67th Ave. were united in Holy (

Matrimony on Monday to Miss Christine Wil- .xrf
Hams of \V. Hollywood." I _I

P: Pvt. Leslie Strachan Jr.,' son 'of .Mr. and Mrs.

Leslie Strachan br. and Miss Mattie P. Williams -

exchanged vows on Saturday evening at .T'!
the home of the bride's parents ,Mr. and Mrs. 9
Williams, ,SW 24th St., 'West Hollywood. The r.
ceremony ',was performed by the Rev. E. J.
Clark. The beautiful reception followed at
the home of:the Strac) aris.. Leslie is the grandson -
Joe Tex
of,Mrs. Dosha Curtis, and Is stationed

Homestead Homestead.Air Base. The couple will residein ; BIG MAYBELLEPLUS

Airman Edmund Armbrister Jr., 1964 Car-
ver High graduate and son of Mr. and Mrs.
Edmund B. Armbrister Sr. of 3350 Charles i ENTIRE SIR JOHN REVUE

Ave,, Miami, has completed Air Force basic

military training at Lackland, AFB, Tex He I. ".
has been selected for technical training as a 1 -
supply specialist the Air Training Com- 11l: SR! JOHN HOTELKNIGHT
mand (ATC) school'at Amarill AFB. His new ll'
unit is part of the vast ATC system which
trains airmen and officers in the diverse skills Barba..aLYRD i BEAT.

required by the nation's aerospace force. "f' .,.": ,

Remember with cheerful get well wishes: -- ,,t1KW4t. ; '{%st.> FR/343$1 ';;

Lillian Baillou, Isaiah Matthews, Bernice Miles, \t.t, A ,; Jf ';t & :rH v,:,'/ >. / ,\1f.jJM ', i
and Ann Smith.

Ida Delancy was guest of her brother and Markham The Sir John Revue will be leaving within the i
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Delancy.Ida : weeks for of Jamaica Trinidad
next two a tour
Jan. 31 3-6 .. : ,
Teenage Matinee Sunday, p.
hails from Columbus, Ohio.
Bardados, and Haiti. We need additional girl

The Friendly Social Savings Club resumed CLYDE WILLIAMS ORCHESTRA & dancers, vocalists and exotics. Please contact

its weekly meetings for the new year at the FRANK WILLIAMS & THE ROCKETEERS Charles Taylor or David Probinsky immediately.
home of the president, Mrs. Coleen Pinder.

,..' ....:;" ''t' ...f ";;, ..... ,.l .....; JfJ )', ,. .
The Roosevelt Thurstons are back home after .

their pleasant weeks in Nassau visiting COMING... ., __ \12 DAYS. ONLY._ __I THIS WEEK OVER 1 18W tAp..p sT-IS'1i I
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Amy Culmer entertained St. Mary's Guild ," ,SATURDAY.. ft WNBAY -,FEB. 8 ft,7 ENJOYEDBALVS \0 :
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members and friends with a very splendid : ,. ':, :{.
party at her home. Sybil Bogus is president of t i
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the Giuld at St. FABULOUS ft" .; "" ,
Agnes.St. :. ." .,:' ... I" :it'' *
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Agnes' Ushers Guild under the leader- $ j 't'r '
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ship of Kyles Curry, entertained friends at the ;: :f: ':
home of Louie Rolle on last Friday with an % ;',
old-fashioned dinner party. ptEURNItE q f s tJ
,,. soAys a r Nqys
Dade County Real Estate Board and auxili >' T oR o ;
Peppermint Party on Thurs- o"\ it w
ary gave a gala } ,
day at the Parisian Room. I 1' X I
Sue Francis was hostess to the Links, Inc. on TISREDDINGTEENAISE /' '
Saturday evening. Many were the letters of "

"thanks" to this community-minded groupwith''the : 1 BEAT ,:;
leadership of Bernice Kemp for sym- ,; :
phony concert tickets presented to some 30 < ,,;,/, P.M.' ,1, ",' ," '!;."
odd elementary children 1 1

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The biggest little college In the world. That at least
in sports is Orambllng College of Louisiana, an all-Negro The late Stone Johnson of Grambling was part of the
(institution the hamlet of Grambllng about 275 miles northof U.S. Olympic .400-meter relay team of 1960 which won at North-Soalh GolfTourney
New Orleans. Rome, then was disqualified for passing ,out of the Baton
Gramblirig officially is,rated a small college. Yet the zone. Johnson. also played with the Kansas City Chiefs.
simplicity of enthusiasm '(making the Orambling sports V to be
image something akin to a combination of Notre Dame the $275,000 IN BONUSES'
New york Yankees and the Boston Celtics.In .
recent years Orambling has contributed more football Baseball already paid $275,000 in bonuses to 14 Gram
players to all-pro all-star squads than any other college. bling products. Two outfielders Lou Jackson signed originally Biggest YetThe
It's general than ambling for its size or maybe otherwise by the Cubs and Tom Agee of Cleveland, who col- I
has produced more,professionals of all sports than any other lected $80.000 five years, ago have''erformed.in the majors. 1965 Miami
North-south Golf
university in the nation. Bob Hopkins who played with Syracuse for four yearsin Tournament will be
Grambling's football products include ,24 pros in he the NBA is still on the books as the all-time leading played at Miami Springs Golf Course Feb. 17-21 rather than t
National American and 'canadian leagues 14 of them still small-college scorer.He hit for 3,759 points in his four years Feb. 24-28 as previously set, according to slat ement issued
recently by Dr. Ira
P. Davis the tournament's executive
.. active. at Grambling an average of. 29.8 per game. director.
In other sports Orambling has had three in the National Grambling's clans of 196, featured the 6-9 Charlie Hard- ;
Basketball Association, two in major league baseball and nette, who played last winter for the Baltimore Bullets. The 12th annual playing of the famous winter golfing
notable trackmen. including ."ix.,all-Americas. two world record With so many jood athletes the Grambling teams have event of the is event expected, tournament to attract the largest envy in the history
breakers and two Olympians one a gold medal medalist. done plenty of winning over the years here are some figures officials announced while pointing
out that The Coca-Cola Company Atlanta Ga., Is participating -
5 PROS THIS YEAR for the eleventh consecutive yearns a tournament co-
PLENTY OF WINNING sponsor. The event is a joint project of tha City of Miami
No fewer than five members of Grambling's 1964 football and the North-south Tournament Committee Inc. CocaColaalso
team were signed to pro contracts headed by Al Dotson who Football twenty-one seasons under Coach Eddie Robin- sponsors the popular Hole-in-one Contest, which Is
" Cot a $50,000 contract for one season from Kansas City. open to pros and amateurs. t
ton, 147 wins 59 losses, 10 ties.
Offensive halfback J.D. Oarrett of the Boston Patriotsis Basketball nine seasons under coach Fred Hobdy 223 Pete Brown, the bright young star of the POA touring I
from orambling. So are. three other American Football wins 36 losses. circuit and two-time winner 1961 and 1960 of the North- ,f
League stars who played in Saturday's all-star game in Baseball twenty-one SfasonsD1der Coach Ralph Waldo South event is considered the pre-tournament favorite. Also I,
Houston.They are Ernie Ladd of San Diego Buck Buchanan former
Emerson Jones 376 wins, 71 losses. a pro-division'champlon of the United Golfers Association :
of Kansas City and Willie Brown of Denver. Brown Mississippian who plays out of Los ''Anlo-
Jones has been 0 ra m b 11 i n I's baseball coach for 37
From Grambling also came two who played in the 'NFL years, but the record is given from 1945. les, captured the POA's 1964 Waco Open while winningmore
pro Bowl game Roosevelt, Taylor of Chicago and Willie He has also been Grambling's president since 1936 than $21,000 in his first full year on the POA swing.
Davis of Green Bay. Cigar-smoking Charlie Sifford Los Angeles constant
wehn the school was all but crumbling as a junior college.
of' Pro basketball's rookie-of-the-yearso far is New York's It was Jones who made the college strong in structure money-winner on the PGA circuit and 1957 pro-winner at the
Willis Reed from GrambUnc.r..10 tall. He starred in the NBA and great in sports. It was Jones and Robinson, the talented Miami North-South is expected to return to the N-S scene I
all-star game and was one of two rookies chosen. football coach plus the wonderful enthusiasm of Grambling's where he entered last year for the first time in several years.
The Red Sox not to be outdone by the Patriots recently students. Holder of more UGA pro-titles than anyone save the veteran
signed their first Gambling product. Candy Robinson a Howard Wheeler Atlantan-moved-to-philadelphia Sifford, ..
right-hand pitcher.Candy is his given name. It is not a nick- at one time of this writing, was in a 5-way secondplaceSan
name because his-18.5 pitching record at Grambling was so Diego Open,tie (68-66-69-203). trailing Wes Ellis by one l
sweet. Jim Brown Voted stroke. Young Brown was seven strokes back at 210 for the
SOPH OLYMPIC WINNERIn three completed rounds of the Southern California tourney.
N-S golf fans are looking forward to a great competitive
he recent Olympics at Tokyo. then 18-year-old Pro Athlete display betw'een Slfford and Brown while not discountingthe
Grambling sophomore Richie Stebbins won a gold medal. Top threat of several past pro champions in the field that is
He was part of the winning United States 400-meter relay always hotly contested. To be watched is defending champion -

team.Stebbins ROCHESTER N.Y. Jimmy Brown the great fullbackof Lee Elder Los Angeles who also won the event in
previously had combined with Grambling team-
the champion Cleveland Browns of the National Football 1963.Other former champions expected to be on hand include
mates Don Meadows, Vemus Ragsdale and Don Owens to tie
League was named winner of the S. Rae tijckok Professional Willie Brown Houston 1962 Sgt. Cliff Harrington Fort
the world mark three times in the relay.
440-yard Anchorman Athlete of the Year Awara Sunday in the second closest vote Campbell Ky.; 1959 veteran Teddy Rhodes St. Louis,
Owens is also the NAIA 440-yard champion with a timing of in the 15 years of the poll. 1958 and 1955, and Atlantan Zeke Hartsfield Philadelphia

.-46.5.-..... .. ..... .. .. .. .., .. __JIO.. The 28-year-old NFL rushing champion won the $10,000 1954.
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"Vi> All-time heavyweight champion Louis is N-S defending
diamond-studded, gold-buckled belt trophy by a mere seven Joe
points over A.J. Foyt the daring auto racer from Houston amateur champion-holds two UGA amateur titles and
1-Ruthle'anci'Cookie who won the Indianapolis 500 and many other top events in was runner-up in the 1964 UGA's annual tournament at Indianapolis -
1964. The "Brown Bomber" while keeping his eye on
Brown received 26 first-place votes from the national the ball, will have,to watch the swings of such baseballersas
Catering. SeviCe panel of 136 sports writers and sportscasters and a total of pioneer Jackie Robinson N-S amateur champion in 1962,
A. 161 points. Jim Gilliam, formet Dodger, who scored Los Angeles hole-
\ BUFFETS"i The Pro Athlete Award was first started in 1950. The in-one the other week and a host of the current crop of big ...
I "" \\HOY""Oh COLD closest vote was In 1951 when Pitcher Alii '"Reynolds of leaguers, who will enter the event prior to playing their own
s the New York Yankees edged heavyweight champion Jersey tournament,the following week.
ed fnrBanquets s Chfistenlna. '\. Joe Walcott by two points. Tennis great Althea Gibson, N-S women's amateur
Showers Brown is the second football player to win, the belt.., champ in 1962 who has turned pro, is rumored to be considering -
"" \ '" Otto Graham, famed quarterback of the Browns, captured it entering the N-S pro event to cast. her lot against
X Fancy Hgrr Toeuvres Oqd Canapes v in 1955. Si f ford. Brown and company.Meanwhile Mrs'tie/Patterson/
j Dean Chance of the Los Angeles Angels baseball's Hudgins, Riverdale N.Y., is expected to'return to defend
V75>,W2NDSTREET' \kN\X'756 9383SKtt92ttZtt3Z&KZttVitt outstanding pitcher of 1964 was third with 18 first place her 1964 title. A 3-time N-S winner, Mrs. Hudgins "The
. ...&:22&Xttl:"Ztt2&ZZ&Xtt2* votes and 97 points. Johnny Unites, quarterback ofthe Queen of the North-South" was edged by 'MisV Gibson in
Baltimore Colts was fourth with 12 firsts and 80 points and 1962. Other contenders in the women's division will be former -
-. :- -..,- -' -., Bob Gibson pitching star of the champion St. Louis Cardinals champions Elizabeth Wright, New York 1962 and My-
"r- and golfing comeback star Ken Venturi tied for fifth rtice Mclver Dayton Ohio 1960. The tournament also plays

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I Alpha Pi Chi

LO CommemoratesFounder's Day

Alpha Gamma Chapterof
Alpha PI Chi Sorority
I observed Its "Founder's
Day" with a Tea on Sun-
I day, January 24th from 4 ky+ 2tA
to G p.m. in the beautiful
I Community Room of the
Roosevelt Savings und
Loan Association.

The sorors selected as
their Founder's Day
theme "Promoting Living I
and Learning." A very inspiring '.1
program was en-
t Joyed by the guests. Enhancing -
the program was
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I Hoist to to Fall 01 Stage to North Dado written soror Lela by B.the Geter.President,

Participants were:
The North Dade Thes- up in front of their poor Lewis, Sharon Hudson and Brenda White, Paulette
pians have selected 'The little shanty and from Cassandra Smith. Bartlette, Joseph Wiley,
Great Big Doorstep" a s then on, with humor and Third row: (1 to r) Cornell Keith Tynes. Durell Ann
the initial seasonal production pathos, they try to find a Hatton, Jacqueline Alderidge, Etta McIver, k' T .Y f 1
.I scheduled to be house to match the steps. Graham, Kathleen Phillipsand Brera Clemmons, Terry } A 1i
presented o n Alternate The highlight of the play Charles Hafler, others Clark, Sandra Stewart,
nights,, Monday, Febru- comes when the father not pictured are Sheila Dandy Dwight, Sonja Miller -----

ary February 8th and 10th Wednesday accordingto scratches corner of his the back old on shack one McPhee, Leroy Meadowsand and Errol Mizellev The former Barbara Jea. Sealers, daughter of Urs.Jacksoa .Aa.fe

Jim Randolph, directorof and it collapses in full Nancy Colebrooke. Remarks were made by of Homestead sad Mr. Clarence If. Seniors of
the three Act Comedy view of the audience. It Bishop elect Dean N. A. Sarasota, was recently Married to Dock Hawkins, SOB of Mr.
Both performances are is hilarious, but heart- The nationally recognized Derrick and. the presidentsoror old Mrs. Liawood Hawkins of Bimiagaaa, AI..T., weddiig
entertainment. Geter.Following
scheduled the for 8:15 p.m. in warming Thespian troupe is was held at St. Paul Baptist Church i ia Homestead.
school auditorium in presenting the play in cooperation -
Opa Locka. Pictured above are with the Dade the program, Mrs. Haw i.s is a graduate of Florida A&M University
members of the cast o f and delicious
The tells the story the play. Seated are Ron- County Speech Teachers repast a was served, as new and is a teacher at RJl..,Moton Elementary School in Per.
of a play Cajun family of ald Harvey, Janice Ryles, Association. friends were made and ri... The groom is a career mails the U.S. Nary. Thompson
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Ii. M'f:' ; .' /",;" '\'.':;. sir':"".f:..;.: ;, :t"'I" ;);'''',< '('t ro"4", 1"-i6' "" Hampton House Torch available of entitled Friendship"which "The
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.f.:: A.. ." ,.,yj. (,.6\.\./.',",,'. ; ...."." .' '.I'." .".'.""' "A..If., .-., ..JA", ....._..._..... ......_ .._.._ ment Commission in Tallahassee
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at no charge
Motel and Villas -
BRIGHTNEW WASHINGTON NP1 winding up her concert house will play host along the organization. Many
Phi Delta Five colorful scenes of the Miami -
Kappa Negroes ere career; Ur. Ralph J.ltunehe with other Miami and Miami -
among 25 Medal of Freedom UN Umlerescre- motels and hotels area special events
Begins New Beach
YearThe winners who, deck- tary for Special Political to the forthcoming such as the Orange Blos-
Alpha Delta Chap- ed out in their medals Affais and the first U. S. Baptist World Alliance som Classic and sights of
ter of the National Soror- pinned to a bright blue Negro to win the Nobel Congress which will beheld interest are included. Requests
ity of Phi Delta Kappa sash, held a major place Peace Prize; Dr. Lena Edwards June 2530.Luxurious may be sent directly I I
held Its first meeting of of honor during the Pres- Go-year-old obstetrIcian to Hampton House or
the new year at the homeof idential inauguration cele- and gynecologist accommodations the Florida Development

Soror Emma Williams, bration here last week. formerly of Jersey are being offered by Commission.
FUTUREI 293 NW 17th Ave. The City, NJ., and presentlyof Hampton House to Baptist -
The 25
new basileus were a part of Alliance dele-
Mary Lou the Texas Panhandle; World
Nixon, presided. 00 winners who had been Miss Leontjne Price, con- gates at special low rates. March of Dimes
invited the
personally by singer and Thirty thousand membersof
Plans President to attend theweek's l-opcra ;
were completed will Tea SundayThe
this organization
Asa Philip Randolph, presIdent -
for the March festivities.The .
of Dimes Brotherhood of converge on Miami for
Tea and other business. five were Miss Marian Sleeping Car Porters anda this June meeting whichis
Soror Alpha Delta Chapter -
Williams served a held once every three
Anderson, world'sgreatest vice president of the
delicious of the National Soror-
turkey dinner. House
contralto who is AFL-CIO union. years Hampton
of Phi Delta Kappa
Sorors attending were activities, ity
will plan special
Enjoy the benefits ofa Marjorie will hold its annual f
Rhodes Ida K. sightseeing tours, picnicsor
Get-pastry like mama used to make atM March of Dimes Tea Sun-
better job Now! Sidney, Ethel Primus. other excursions for
Jan. 31 at
Lemmie Mitchell, Bertha their guests who 'wish to day afternoon
Are you tired of low D. Sharpe Lillian E. Davis & M BAKERY have a memorable vaca- 4 p.m. This year the affair u
Mildred M. Clarke attend to Is being held at the \\
tion as well as
paying menial jobs? Ellen Veldt Johnnie Pat 1351 NW 54th Street 754-2464 the business of the con home of Rev. and Mrs.
ten, Annie G. who Phillip II Cooper, 21620 y
As a graduate of Miami Harris ventlon. For groups
Myrtle M. Dullard Con- ALL GOODR BAKED OX PRKMIBE8 are interested in learning SW 112th Ave., Goulds.An

Business College you stance Sandilands Emma We prrUli>e ta Bra Wr sad BatonaDk fin more about the Miami interesting and enter-

will take your place as Williams, Jane Rhinehart Dona}*, Danish, Pies, Bread, Rolls, Cakes area there is a 10-4nm taining planned.program has been
and the outgoing basileus, COMK AND.LOOK AROUND color and sound film
a vital part of the business Helena Holton, the newly -

elected basileus, Mary

world. More pay! Lou Nixon. '", '''"" ."' ''", '." .'. ..' "..r'.....' "I. ..j.,;- .t, ., .' ,"t'L '
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Portia Bannister life worth living! Call Given Surprise to.." ':' ,', .4 ; j', ,

today and find out for Birthday PartyOn ; Mapff to M

yourself how you can Sunday, January 21,

start training i for a at eight o'clock In the > :j.Rojsette .

evening, the fabuously ; '' .' ,-: 1"
career as: Stenographer decorated home of Miss ; : : : (: ..
Carmen Doubrechat whichis 'a ,
1 .
Secretary, Book T' I t o4 "<' "; ,,,,,,, .. ,, : .}< ,
located at 1101 N. W. ''''' '' '' : ,iM ,.
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keeper, Accountant, 74th Street was the sett "; ; (-!. ', .f. ::f .;.." '1.\ ,;, eW-I'" ('' .
Clerk ting for a surprise party "i!;s. ,"' ., ,. 1r''V."i "
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given n .f. ;/ <'i' : I ." ,"
Portia Bannister. : ..f'r l, : ,v.;
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TrainingDay time friend of the Ban- I <,.;/). ,",.j:; .l ..". .
nisters, gave the natal- 'new ''t''FI -, ,, ,, ;'

or Night day party, and left n o ,! ',,'... :'. 1' :.') :: : J 't h". :::'1.'...,,. ,);., :{
ClassesSpecial stones unturned in mak- it \tyxrf''s i;' ,\ft\ I".,.; \ ...:f.." .; ,'u1 .":'"- ;.
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Loretta. Present also were Feminine :; : "?"'

Atty. G. E. Graves, Mes- .. .. ;:i '''' ," 'r''... 1'. "f ";1'1' t.J'"
sers George Butler, WillIam ) I.. 'y' l.1...;.>,' ".'df. I',t' ,,>q',+ \ ., '" '.'
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Bertha Jackson, and Lor- :/,.**. .
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Others present were te ; : .

Rinkeydinks Ann Graves, :: "

Flo Hawkins. Zelma D. \f 4 ;." -$ ..'i,,,,,. ,.
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associates and close stylists Beauty

friends of both the hon- < i < ?> *' tin
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Kelly's ChapelMen' Grace Mt Carmel Baptist Bethel Confirms AME Ministerial Temple BaptistThe

I Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastorI Stewards andStewardesses' Alliance Elects number one choir,
Presbyterian to
Day Mrs. A. C 1 ark, presi-

Visit Children's will lift mine eye unto OfficersThe dent and Deacon R. Hep

the hills from whence burn, director will spon-
HomeOn cometh my help. Trulywe In a deeply spiritualand Ministerial Greater Alli- sor a tea. at the 'church
have something to inspirational cere- Sunday, 3 p.m. A spicy
31st 25 stewardsand met Monday, Janu-
Sunday January thank our Heavenly mony over ance program is anticipated.The .
the Youth than 30 steward- 16 at St. James AME
at p.m Father for the pastor delivered more ary public is invited.
Fellowship and Youth a wonderful mes- esses were confirmed by Church, Rev. J. B. Black-

Choir of Grace PresbyterIan sage Sunday, found at Presiding Elder Frank A. nell, pastor The Women's Chorus,

Church will be visit- the 3rd. chapter of Gala- Allen, Jan. 24 at Greater Officers elected for the Mrs. V. Strachan, leader

ing the. Dade CountyChildren's tians. Who hath bewitchedyou Bethel AME Church. new year were as follows: and organist will sing for
Home to havea
that ye should not Beginning with a stir the services' on Sunday.
joint programme with obey the truth, the even- ring message taken from President, Rev. J. S. This group of ladles is
the children at Kendall. also delivered Blake Hurst Chapel doing a fine Job. They
ing message was the Book of Titus, chapter pastor -
Among tsose partici- by our pastor 2, Rev. Allen delivered his Perrine; first vice, Rev.J. sing once a quarter -
pating will be the Ken- found at the 44th. chapterof sermon from the theme: B. Blacknell, pastor St. and they SING. Spend the

dallites, the Glee Club Genesis and the 12th "Patterns," in which he James; 2nd vice, Rev. J. day at Temple and hear

conducted by Mrs. Mettle i'erse. Examine your bun extolled the virtues of R. Campbell, St. John, them.

Brown and Grace Youth dle. Our benefit club will good leaders. He chal- South Miami; secretary,
Choir. There will also be have their 5th Anniver- lenged the confirmees to Rev. F. J. Hicks, Greater The Rev. Herbert Fer-

skits b y representativesfrom sary on Sunday, Jan. 31 walk straight; be a pat- Bethel, assistant secretary guson Bahamas returned to the

.-.-.. ,.,. the Children's Home they are asking you to tern of truthfulness, integrity Rev. W A. Curry, Friday duties to take
up at De-
and Grace Presbyterian come and be with them. and consecration. Allen Chapel; treasurer,
BENNY OTJEIWY Church. Sunday School at 9:30: .a.m. Rev. A. J. Benson, Sal- lectable Bay, Ackllns.

Two dynamic speakersare Remarks will be given BTU 5 p.m. Visitors are Members are remindedof ter's Chapel and chaplain,
slated to characterizethe by Rev. W. F. Savoy the always welcome. Remem- the church conference Rev. L. R. Brown, pastorMt. Mt. Calvary M. B.

worship services at pastor of Grace Presby- ber the sick and shut-Ins. which will be held the Zion, Dania. Rev. S. Atchison pastor

Kelly's Chapel Sunday, terian Church, and Rev. Blessed are the pure in Tuesday night after the Constance Carter
Jan. 31 located at 7105 NW Earnest Hutcheson Jr. heart for they shall see second Sunday, March 17. The confirmation ser- reporter
vice will be held at Sal- Monday night Febru-
15th Ave. The morning Chaplain and Staff Member God. ,
will be Richard at the Children's Book of Names: All ter's Chapel at a date to ary 1st 1965, Rev Jenkins

[speaker Hendrick, graduate of Home. Grace PrebyterianLast laymen are asked to inscribe be announced.Rev. and his congregation will
their name upon render service here in behalf
Brigham Young University The public Is Invited. Sunday was a joy- the "book of names" designed W A. Curry, director of the No. 2, Usher-

Provo, Utah; even- ous day, mornng and to raise funds for of public relations. Board's Anniversary. A

I['Ing speaker, Benny df the O'Der'ry Uni-- McGhaney evening! Many of o u r the Laymen Gymtorium to cordial invitation is extended -

graduate Miami. faithful families came out Ue erected on the campusof Day Spring to everyone.
versity of SpeaksHow to the Family Night ser- Edward Waters Col-

The theme of this oc- many of us take vice, and the largest fam- lege It is the wish of the Rev. W. M. Slater, pastor The N. 2 Usher Board

time out each day to Just ily present was that of state president, Felix Naomi Amica, reporterAn win, also, sponsor a sale

Chris-tian read a verse or two in the Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Fan- White, that each lawman on January 30th, 1965, at
Relations and De- Bible? It is a wonderful iel. Let us continue to encourage will contribute at least one Inspring sermon was the church. This will be
nomc Both speakersare thing to do, and it gives our entire families dollar to the project.Christian delivered during a trcat you can't miss.
cisions. service by the Rev. Bur-
well prepared to deliver you the most wonderful to come |o worship of New Hope Baptist Many fancy dishes will be
inspiring messages feeling you have ever felt. each Sunday. It Is most M. B. Church ney Church of Pehokee. The on sale.

the theme of Try it and see, will you? uplifting to see the parents -
related to
was enjoyed by
1890 NW 47th Street message
wond- and children Ebenezer
most coming MethodistThe
.this I had the
program. together to Church. Rev. O. D. Williams, pastor all.
to hap pen
erful thing
Musical selections will The Miami Sister Ferguson, reporterWe God is still public is invited to
through showeringdown
various to me This Sunday, we w i 1 1 attend the Annual Tea of
be presented By throughthis his Jan.
Times, It was observe "Youth Sunday." would like to thank blessings. the Wesleyan Service
groups including the Mi- newspaper and my the members and our 28 thru the 31st DaySpring Guild
The youth will be in Sunday Jan.
Glee 31 at
ami Northwestern also Informationfrom will be host to the
writings many friends for helping
charge> of the morning 4:00 in the
and social hall
Club (evening service their office led a make the on last Ministers and Deacons'
service 11:00. Gladstone of the
at : church. A
the Mt. Tabor Baptist tome splendid
sister and a brother Sunday a success. There Union of the Seaboard
Brown Jr. will speak on program has been
Choir. Other plan-
Church that I didn't even Association.
will be service here all Baptist
the "Science and ned for
in the service your pleasue..
participants know existed. Now againI
Sunday.At .
the Christian Faith.
will Include outstanding say to the editor and Preaching begin on The' Wesleyan Service
personalities in the Miami staff, you are great. Do After the morning service, 3 p.m. the Rev. Al- Friday morning at 11. Guild Is an
the youth will h a v e a The Rev. O. C. Allen and auxiliary
will be
area. any of our readers really: bury speaker on a within the Woman's Division
mornin.service know where God Is? WellI special business meeting, program for the No. one church in charge. At 3p.m. of Chrstian -
The and also they will have choir. All invited. The Rev. McCreary Sat-
don't know any place are ; It provides channel
will begin at* 11'o'clock lunch on the Church thru
second urday morning the women
where God ain't.Thanks Sunday afternoonat which
and the evenjhd ervlce for reading. lawn. At 2 p.m. the 3 p.m. in February will be in charge followed women
will commence J 7:30: youth fellowship and may participate in the
there will Its a Tea at at 3 p.m. Rev. Roscoe
P.n n t .till Incarnation youth choir will departfor program of the Woman's1JivisJon
H Church of Kendall Children'sHome the home of Deacon and Jackson and church Sun- of Christian Ser-
Sis. located day morning brings Rev.
Ferguson at
Street vice, a
NW 54th program
1835 offering
Ridgeway Church> where they will 1360 NW 41st St. All are Monroe and at 3 pm. Rev. spiritual
Tillman B. Williams present a a t enrichment,
Rev. program invited. Let us for Pinder and church. Wor-
R. B. Davis, pastor pray Chlstlan fellowship and
Bishop 3 .
priest p.m.This
the sick Remember let ship with us throughoutthe
Elder H. L Cox, reporter opportunity to takean
the Phone 7545271Rev. Sunday evening at everyone become all he is Union and hear these active part in developing
from -
Ridgeway Greetings Church. The H. E. S. Reeves 7:30: p.m., the adult choir capable of being.St. dynamic men of God. a world Christian com-

and members are deacon will present a masterful munity. Under the lead-
pastor happy with the cooperation Schedule of services: choral service. We con- Mary's W.M. Allen Chapel A. M. E. ership of Mrs. Geneva

very given to us. We Sundays: 8 a.m., Low Mass gratulate the Adult Choir, Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor 5th Ave. cor. 22nd Terr. Murray serving as presi-

are extending a warm invitation 11 a.m., Holy Communionand which is improving rapidly Dorothy Major, dent; Mrs. Floida Mae
reporter Rev. W. A.
Curry, pastor
to you again to sermon. under the direction of Muray, vice president and

attend services with us on Wednesdays: 0.00: p.m. Mrs. Ursula Higgs. W e The men of St. Mary'sare Services will begin Sun- Everette Ingram, vsecre-

Sunday. Come hear our Low Mass. are Inspired, also that the launch getting their drive ready for to day with Sunday school tay, the guilders have

pastor preach under the Holy Days: 6:30: a.m. Adult Choir has received Men's Day. The chairman at 0:30 a. m. Terry Hill, sponsored many projects
new Robes, which were In the local church and
of the Holy assisted
aonointlng Mass. Mr Lion E. Kelly is ask- supt, presiding by
dedicated last Sunday.Our are
Inspiring to
Spirit. ing the support of all officers and teachers. The greater
Saltcr. Chapel A.M.E.Rev. pastor will give the review heights.
Sunday School beginsat membership goal is members, men and women.
of the lesson 11:00:
10 a.m. Morning ser- H. J. Benson pastor 65 For 65! Won't you Sunday will be Visitors The Golen Glee Circle

vice at 12 noon. This Flossie Marshall reporter help us win at least 65 Day. All menbers are ask- a.m. morning will worship.be deliveredby The will be in charge of class
Youth new members this year! ed to friend. message meeting on Tuesday
Sunday M also Dayat Sunday being Youth bring a Our the pastor. music will night.
will We love to worship and will take his
the church and it pastor text
it was quite lively he furnished by choir No. Love Feast will
Day, work together at Grace. be observed
to from 1st. fourth
do heart good see Timothy
your through out the day. Our 1 and the Jr. Gospel at the 11 am. ser-

these young men their and zeal women for pastor preached a wonderful New Mt. Tabor BaptistRev. chapter 8th verse. chorus The Junior Usher vice, Sunday. Each mem-
display sermon for the morn- Theme "Lasting Pro- Board will serve thru- ber is urged to work hard
the Lord. There will be ing. The Rev. Sister Wil- P. S. Brown minister fit" Choir number 2 will out the day. to make the Calendar

special speakers and you liams a frequent winter furnish music during the Rally a
Dessie Crokett success. Let us
are invited to hear andsee visitor from Kentucky, reporterAnd morning worship, choir 7:00: p.m. evenirig wor- not forget to pray for and

them. We are also in worshipped with us at 3 the soul of the number 1 at night. ship, the missionary soc- visit the sick and shut-ins.

the midst of a consecrating p.m.. A portion of the people was much discour- iety will present! a pro-

meeting. You are invited members and pastor rendered aged because of the way. Matthew Temple gram. Greater MacedoniaRev.
to come renew services at Browns- From the above text
In the Lord a "Firemen Needed" Last Sunday Dr. J. A.
your strength was R. Jackson
ville Baptist. Rev. Cooper, very powerful and Inspiring pastorW.
and help to make it a the subject used by the Roberts, presidng elder of
the for the Decon- sermon was delivered J. Beard
blessing. See you in pastor NeSla Rev. W. M. Davis last the North Miami districtwas reporter
Board, Mrs. by our own Rev.
church on Sunday. ess Mason persldent. Also the C. C. Felder. Thursday night at Mat- present and delivered 3165 NW 56th Street
thew Temple. Not only a soul stirring sermon.
Junior Church render We were happy to have
Antioch BaptistRev. their service with very The youth choir under did the pastor of the First Each board made its reports visiting with us, the sis-

much success, with Mrs. the direction of Bro. Ros- Baptist C h u r c h of for the quarter. ter of our
O. W. Foster, pastor Brownsville set his audi- pastor, from
coe Speed was that its
and Mrs. Bronx
Annie Gunter Sunday, February 28th, N. Y and a brother -
Bro. Powell, reporterThe talkedon best both ence on fire, but the blaze from
Nellie Byers. They performance the men of Allen will observe Fort Lauderdale.
members of Anti- many short topics of morning and. evening. tAirned church the Rev.pastor of the their annual Men's We had eight to unite
och Baptist Church Invite various kinds. Daniel with
May God bless each one Pridgeon and some mem- Day. Bro. Stanley Rich-
each and everyone of you
ardson has been selectedto
to come and help cele- On the fifth Sunday for the services renderedfor bers of the singing groupas serve as co-chairman. We are making prepara-

brate our beloved pas- January 31st. a Fashion the building of God's well. tions to be hosts to the
Sip will be held at the The W. M. Davis special Seaboard Baptist
tor's 28th anlversary! beginning Kingdom on earth. Every one is extendedan Assoc-
Feb. 4 with a home of Mrs. Ada Alex- chorus and the Male Invitation to worshipat iation of South Florida.

talent program Feb. 5. ander o n 49th Street. Dinners will be sold at Chorus combined their Allen Chapel "T .h e It will begin Feb. 11 and

Preaching by Rev. Wl C. Come out and enjoy your- the Church Sat. Jan. 30th voices in singing Gospel church with a welcomeand close Feb. 14.
self. This Is for Stewardess Hymns and spirituals to
Edcar. a program for the
for orders please call the
Board I. We will go to put the audience in a people."
Sunday evening at 3 Perrine the 2nd. Sunday church at 691-8732. Alsow shouting mood.

o'clock will conclude this morning in Febuary for e thank each person Our thanks go out to all
service with the anniver- who participated In making 7 DAYS FROM CHURCH
the 11:00: o'clock service, who helped to make our -
Rev. Rog-
sary sermon by at Hurst Chapel. Rev. J. the service a success. LESSONS
ers of South Miami. Your B. Blake pastor. May the dinner sale a success. Don't miss our next ROBFRT SCHJOFIELD MAKES ONE WEAK.

presence will be accepted. Lord Mess our. sick and Pray for and visit the presentation. Bro. A. Lu- private piano lessons in

Shut-Ins. sick and Shut-ins. cas Jr. your home. Ph. 754-2537.:

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< :; $%fP% which
';': r cost him $38 per child. Weekends he TWIN DOUBLE RECORD NOW 14161.40
'3JL < had them home. There was nothing too good
vi for is children. Two star runners in the Musick and Sprad-
;; H* They came first. ling Kennel are real favorites with quiniela

. /,,"//,*,;'' Spearing His son, now 24 years old, is now serving bettors at the Miami Beach Kennel Club.
: '
,,// Ih" in the Marines. Willie has had his ups and Through the first 2G nights of the meeting,
Sporfsi' : downs like anyone else, but not as bad off as the Spradling speedster> Go Julius won four
With it has been mentioned in the newspapers. I do times. He made seven Kurt

( not wish to bring a lot of memories back to The other Spradling runner. Willard has

: him, so let's remember him as one of the all- four second place finishes, also in seven races.

: f. ;: .,:L'{' *.*' HARRT BPUR1(1, :' time greats and forget about the past. The Beach track set a new twin double rec-1
'- # d, ,:. ord of $14,161.40 last weekend the fourth
TETLOW BEATS SCATTERHAWKHarry : Willie is still young at 42. Therefore let us ,
time the record broken. One bettor col-
Tetlow, 170, of Miami Beach posteda carryon looking on the right side for Willie. was
Some writers lected the entire pot on the 7646. The win
six round'decision over Scatterhawk Dixon strive for a reputation but cannot
ning greyhounds their win
166, of Miami in the feature bout at Little Riv express themselves right. I have never seen and prices were:
Credit Control, $12.40! Sky Silicone 14.40
Pep look for handout
er Arena Thursday night.In a always worked hard
for a dollar. Red Port; $8.60 and Vocalized, $12.40.

the semi-feature, Jack Gilbert, 166 of Mi-
ami, scored a second round knockout over I think this little story covers a multitudeof BOUGAINVILLEA ATTRACTS 47 K
Wildman Taylor, 162, of Miami. sins that has been written about him. A whopping 47 nominations, including many
Walter Wyk who boxed Battling Nelson in of the finest grass performers in training, have
Jerry Powers of St. Louis gained a second 1912, also was one of the greatest bag pun- been received for the $25,000 ,added, 1 3-16-
round TKO over James Lee. Powers, who chers of his time, looks fine at the age of 77. mile Bougainvillea Turf Handicap to be renewed
fought 42 times last year, was making his third Walter still enjoys his fights. He can be seen at Hialeah Saturday, Jan. 30.
appearance this year. Willie Thomas decision- at Ringside every Thursday night at Little
ed Ray Lavarro in a six rounder. Frank Curry River. At least 15 winners of major stakes in 1964
knocked out Doyle Shiver in the third roundof appear on the list, Among them such stars as
a four rounder. Morty Rogers, nephew of Nat Rogers, for- Western Warrior, Knightly Manner, Parka, I
mer promoter at Madison Square Garden in Suspicious, Point da Jour, Jalco, Intercepted, I
WEST PALM BEACH RESULTS the early 30's, manages Rudolpho Diaz, also Tibaldo and Macedonia.The .
Flashy Chico Valiz, displayed an awesome operates CYO Gym, had the Tremont AC for
two-fisted attack Friday night as he scoreda 12 years. He has been connected with boxing Bougainvillea is fore-runner to the
bloody five round technical knockout over for 30 years. He says he is enjoying the beau- $75,000 added l%-mile Hialeah Turf Cap to
Al Simmons in a scheduled 10 rounder. tiful sunshine here in Miami. be staged Feb. 27.TUBELESS.

Simmons, game 135-pounder, from Syracuse I would like to see Rocky Marciano promote
made it an even fight through the first four here. To keep in shape Rocky works out at t t
the Diplomat Motel Gym daily, but not to
rounds. But then Veliz caught him with a savage re
left-right combination in the fifth that turn into the fistic limelight again. If by doingso TIRES '' '
ripped Simmons' mouth. Rocky could give boxing another good shot BRAND NEW 100% NYLON
in the arm which it needs.

"If I ever could get through a fight against ._ _
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him without bleeding I'd win," said Simmons ,<, ', 1 88This r
when it was all over. ,

More than 1,000 :fans turned out in a heavy ...a iiiin .
rain to watch the first fights in this area in 10 Wee ItfaU .... ..
years.In Only = I ':1r6511I11
prelims, lightweight Felix Fernander wona MAM HWR9TIfCOUBS .WI ow
third round TKO over C. J. Thomas; Mid- .Ni
dleweight Rory O'Shea decisioned Richie 11 KMTN NATION wise wurrrotftUASAHTB

Smith in six; Heavyweight Willie Johnson de- 788 MAMIY em or WOMM WHIT
cisioned White in six and nut nuns
lightweightsBerlin : ...........' ': '..............
Roberts and Hector Verdugo fought toa t.-fI: ::
four round draw. = : i>1Q TiNt mSTALUTIM

CHRIS DUNDEE has an all star show linedup :. r 3 CORDOVAN JSB BATTERIES

for Feb. 1 Live bouts plus the closed cir- dY r c w 8"8' 6ff Off*r =
cuit TV between former v r i 110I1'J ..
on large screen + F 8 wwbdms
EFx I .vor t.yea ..........
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and the Canadian n.
heavyweight champion, ...... ffMTIWAUS MIT SMS ASMT1MUMULIAM
GEORGE CHUVALO. Prices are: General

Admission $2.50; reserve $3.50; ringside $5 a3 3 Tom? t I 1 I l lfe..KU..r

and $7.50. For reservations call JE 8-4304 ,......CA.......1tMA...O...., .
and JE 1-0477.
Carlos Ortiz, lightweight champion of the MAIN tTOtt t.tt.ftQNll L". QTLlR RIMtI
world, is training at the 5th St. Gym getting .e
This writer has lived and travelled with ready for his defense of his title in Panama ; uNIAItAN

Willie Pep since 1942. He always has been my City next month. He is accompanied by his N.:NMA 1 /i. .-=:
idol lie his mother and father for .. ........ NIIAANouTweo...... ....... .. tm.
supported manager, Bill Daily and Trainer Teddy Ben- IM t till ft.| | M1 A. JA U1J7
1M t4
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years. When Willie saw he could not devotehis ton. With them they have brought a good Mill' 1&i-nn lA....

time to his boy and girl while training fora looking prospect by the name of Willie Numaz, USE YOUR, CREDIT. EASY TERMS
fight he boarded them in a Catholic Home 19 years of age.
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I CARDS M- DEAT 4T NW Survivors 16th St.are died two Jan.sons 21.

Hilton, of Philadelphia, rL
and Ivan of New York;

I Ill IEII-II-11i1li11F THANKS ---IN -MEMORIAM Claude four brothers of Miami, ;Ivan Nathaniel and-

In sad but loving mem- In memory of our dear of Washington and Y
the late
The family of Henry of Cardiff, Wales,
ory of our dear husband mother, grandmother and

and father, WILLIAM II. GARRETT sister, England, nieces, nephewsand
other relatives. Ser-

wish to thank their MRS. ESTELLA vices Saturday in the

many friends and churches chapel at 2 p.m. with the

I I II ) for the cards, tele- FARRINGTONwho Rev. A. C. Mozell officiating -

I grams and floral pieces. departed this life .

Special thanks to the Rev. January 19, 1969.
S. A. Thomas, Deacon Lee As she rest in her eter- WILLIAM! EDWARD

and Bro. Benny O'Berry nal home, sweet memoriesof y 1, +yr SAUNDERS of 330-G NW

of Mt. Sinai Baptist her comforting words 14th St., died Jan. 24. Survivors I

Church. Thanks to F. L. and deeds still linger Mrs. Beatrice Mitchell are a wife, Mrs.

Thomas and his congre- within our hearts. of 1955 NW 157th Street Cora Saunders, a daughter -
of the Church of Miss
gation Josephine Saun-
died Jan 14 Her surivors CHARLES MANNAGOJR.
Christ In Liberty City to The Family ders of West
; Key and a
Willie .
s Include her husband, better known as
all the neighbors on 74th sister Miss
; six children, Mrs Ro- Mary Saun "Heads" of 642 NW 2nd
Terrace and 75th St., to ders. Services will be
bertha Jones Willie Jean Ave. died Jan. 23. Remains
\ ,
the Student Council of IN MEMORIAMIn held Saturday at 10 a.m.
Efferage Robert, Harold were shipped to
Junior High for from the
and Hazelhurst Ga. Wednes-
Patsy; a ,
cards and
the wonderful of
j memory nine sisters and brothers. day for final rites and
floral pieces. Special our wife and mother, Services were held Saturday CLEMON FERGUSON, burial. Survivors includehis
thanks to the Rev. A. L. of 2465 NW 159th St. died
Moriah CLARA GREEN 3 pm. at First Baptist daughter, Geraldine; a
Shipp of New Mt. Jan. 18. Survivors are his
/' sister, Mrs. Rosin White-
Baptist Church, and Rev.J. who departed this life Church of Opa-locka. wife, Eddie Lee, two head a brother, Ozwill
--1 R. Bryant, pastor o f January 21, 1956. Rev Macon officiated. daughters, Bobbie Jean Hudson.
Lagree Baptist Church of and Ida Mae, a son, Lon-

New York City N. Y., to It has been nine years nie, his mother Mrs. Ida MRS. HATTIE WAT-

BENJAMIN PHILLIPSwho the Rev. J. J. Williams of since you've been gone ALBERT Mitchell, a brother Guy KINS of 240-A NW 13th

departed this life Metropolitan A. M. E. that is a heartache no one Ferguson, two sisters, St., died Jan. 23 at New
January 24. 1964. Church; to Mr. and Mrs. can heal. MRS. BERTHA WASH- Mrs. Lucy Mae Wilson Convalescent Horn e. Arrangements -
I miss from Dude Jinkins and all the INGTON, 523 NW 22ndSt and Mrs. Ora Lean Dukes, at this time
home dear, you and the child- friends and neighbors. Some may farget you died at her home Jan. nieces, nephews and oth- are incomplete. Survivors

ren miss you from your Special thanks to M. H. now that you are gone. 21. Services ,held Wednesday er relatives. Serviceswere include a daughter; Mrs.
place, but we know that Rahmings Funeral Home we shall rememberyou : from the Houseof held Saturday, Jan. Lee Hampton.
one day we will meet in May God bless and keepall no matter how long. God Church of the 23 from the Church of the

the sweet by and by. of you. The Green FamilyExpression Living God. Survivors are Kingdom of God with

Your loving wife and mother, Mrs. Alice Ben- Prince Lawrence Reddick HANKER .
children Mary Sue Garrett, wife nett, a sister, Mrs. Imo- officiating.
Children and Sisters of GEORGE WILMORE,
gene Wilcox, three broth
Mrs. Alice Phillips ers JACKIE WILSON of Jr. of 5205 NW\ 15th Ave.,

ThanksWe 152nd St. and 157th Ave., died Jan. 23. Services

IN MEMORIAM THANKSWe the family of the ABE WARREN, 3344 died Jan. 20. His survivors held Thursday. He is sur-

CARD OF late, Thomas Ave. Coconut include a wife, Agnes, vived by his wife, Allie

In loving memory of the family of the MRS. SALLY JAMES Grove, died Jan. 22 Ser- of Philadelphia, and other Mae, two sons, David of
our dear loved one, late SOLOMONwho vices held Thursday from relatives in Florida. Ser- Ft. Bennlng, Ga. U.S.
Army and Samuel Lee of
the Sweetfield Baptist vices held Wednesday at
ISAAC M. MOBLEYwho passed December 28, Church, Coconut Grove. the chapel. Miami.
196- would like to take
Survivors are wife, Mrs.
this this method to thank the MRS,MIRIAM
departed life on Maudie B. Warren, a Infant Sandra D. Smith, MELO-
December 25 1964 andwas friends for the DY of 421 NW 20th Terr.
very many daughter, five brothers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ,
\ laid to rest December I consolation, sympathy and two sisters, step-son. Rev. Martine Porter Smith of died Jan. 15. Services
30 wish to service shown us during held Monday. She Is
1964 expressour Curry officiated. 423 NW 7th Street, died sur-
gratitude to the, I our period of bereavement. Jan. 22. Services held on vived by a dear friend,
and I Thanks to Rev. S. A. Cou- Mrs. Annie Mae
many friends neighbors JAMES WILLIE DA- Wednesday, Jan. 27 at Taylor.
kind In sin her and the
rr1Al who were so pastor
VIES, 1D42 NW 4th court the chapel.
our hour of bereavementby other pulpit dlgnataries died
d January 24. Survivorsare
their Mrs. A. Richardson and
cards telegrams,
brother five sisters.
P11 > florals and other deeds of staff for their nice service WIGLET HAIR STYLES
'- ; %1 kindness. and special thanks to Services'' will be Saturday .MIN .... s... M .......'
; 'p.m. from the Liberty grb.Mw.
Special thanks to Vet- Mrs. M. S. Johnson, Mrs. City Chapel. ...... r1.,"flail 'tOP PIIOIUM"
Susie Smith, Mrs. Fannie Cneee4 M ..s ..s .... r.k If awt
erans Hospital staff, Mrs. ... .....
McCray, Mrs. Samuel .. M1M ell l" lMt M.NwM.
ROBERT .. ......
Range and her staff, Rev. Terrel for his beautiful NW CROSS, 1236 .-..8M M.w.. .....M.I IM. W. N r.w .....
Thedford Johnson and the Mr. 1st Court, died Jan.
solo and Mrs. Charles
members of St. J o h n Barnes, Mrs. Ruth Greene, 26. Arrangements are in- ATTACH.EASY TO KSTYUICOMtS slim
complete.MRS. .
Baptist Church also Rev. Mrs. A. Ward, Mrs. C. INIEGULAI
I. P. Micklns and Rev. P. Hamilton and daughterand AND ----ik1
tMARION D. Brantley for consoling BERTHA CAR- THICKH smut
so others
many too
messages.Mrs. TER, 1931 NW 1st place, Jet Block
numerous to name, also
', Jan. 26. Arrange- OH e tack
T. jbllNSON Margaret Mobley, neighbors of 58th St. ments are Incomplete. Dart e rwn Rao "MISlr-L50
and the
neighbors of 64th Miw1 Cray
wife d7ssml.lr MII 4-iLM
who departed this Ute Isaac M. Mobley Jr., St. May God grant a special MRS. JESSIE MAE !9 ..tr.

January 24, 1963. We son blessing upon you all. BARNES 10620 SW 149thSt. ."rlSVLU

have spent many hours Gene Mobley son Humbly, the family: ., Richmond Heights, "ADOaHr'

remembering that sad Charles Mobley, son Mrs. Dorothy Mae died Jan. 20. Services held

day, and the days that Mrs. Dorothy M. Littles, daughterMrs. Monday from Sweet Home

followed, which have lefta Russell, daughter Ernestine Wilson Baptist Church, Perrine. .

gap that cannot be filled Rickey Mobley grandson daughter Rev. E. King officiated
In our lives. Boyd Russell III, Joseph and Julian Survivors are two daugh-

She is gone, but not for- grandsonMrs. James, sons ters, a son, three brothers 1 fficur ss.N
.gotten. ,Ethel M. Smith, three sisters. IMA iMui.Titcsn wuur tit.**

The Brown and sister IN MEMORIAMIn eow ..... roar ... ..
WILLIE P. ANDER- ..... n Ii L ..,. Issr. .
Johnson Families loving memory of "'.1'. nxasFr
SON, 4114 NW 11th
place -.!! CARD
THANKS! ANDREW HOPKINSwho died Jan. 19. Survivors, Wo, MM MM facliiM li tirt 'U.p$1.51 5i
Many ThanksThe passed away Janu- a daughter, a brother, a =.. *,?.:-. trt ,... Felt ... nft Hi TkMv *%*.>-{tl.ll

family of the late The Family of the late, ary 27, 1961. sister. Services held on
Tuesday from the Liberty < **> <
God of the living In whose : : : '' ,;
: ''''
ANDREW JONES City Chapel. Rev. m'M''''-' '''' '
} ;'
eyesUnveiled Mundy officiated. ... ;.

,wish grateful to appreciation express their to thy lies, whole creation DAVID BELLAMY, 1935 f,( \ Jack's MEN'S, WEAR\: ::1f.
the many friends and All souls are thine; we NW 4th Ave., died Jan. ttv.eMAiunwMWAi SEE v "MlOAOCrFOR ------:--
neighbors for the I must not ,
r say 21. He
will lie in
repose .
... ,
thoughtfulness during his That those are dead who Wednesday evening until : v
passing. We wish to
par- pass away; shipping time Thursday ,
ticularly express our From this our world of 9 a.m. for final rites 'and' Tfc! .V.ry Latest In Mtn's'Fsellhme *: .W

thanks to the neighbors of flesh set free, burial in Gainesville. Sur- '" SILK .'MOHAIR'SUITS-,HATS *9"#,
Third Ave. and 20th St. We know them living vivors are four brothers '
and those of 5th court and unto thee. and a sister. s ITALIAN SifOES ",;:
17th St.Mrs. !944 NW 2nd Aft ,. 'Miami, Florida".

And. Family Marie Cross The Family JOHN SCOTT, 2120 ,__. <,',' ,< ", '," '.. "" ,,.". ', ,,!,',.;;.&'tf',,,: .$< ,.,':,:t..::t',< ,',.''>"AI t.,,:;
Car Show Comes Service Road, Opa-locka,
died Jan. 21. He will lie

II MEMORIAM To Miami Fob 5.9 in repose in the Opa-locka
Chapel Friday 2 p.m. until -

In memory of our dear World and southern premieres Saturday morning

mother and grandmother, forthreefabulous new when he will be shippedto

; ji :- sports cars will highlight the Lowell, Fla., for final Rakmiig's F..ral Home
'i. International Import and rites. Survivors are his 1
'> ...
ARNOLDwho wife Mrs. Madie Scott
Sports Car show in Dinner
... eight sisters and two FORMERLY M.5. ALLEN FUNERAL HOME
departed this life, Key auditorium, Miami, brothers.
January 21, 1964. ANNA MAJORof Feb. 59.

As she rests in her eter- 1821 It will be a wo rid premiere
N. W. 5th Place OWNERS
nal home, sweet memoryof wishes to thank all the for the i,800 Excalibur, New Hope

her comforting words relatives neighbors, and which is straight out of the HayrideHave Matthew H. Rah.l.gs L.F.D. William L. Corey, Jr.

and deeds hearts.still lit ger within friends for their many Roaring Twenties and madein you heard? There Lewis "Buter" N.wbold, M9r. Harry L. Rolle
cards telegrams, flowers, Milwaukee, and for the
will be a hay ride o n
and acts of kindness and Vetta Ventura with its Italian 30
Saturday January ,
CARD OF THANKS, service rendered during body and American engine.It sponsored by Marvin STAFF

The family of the late 'our recent bereavement. will be a southern premiere Ludlow of New Hope Mrs. Helen Perkins, S.c'y. Sherman Carey

for the dashing British Baptist Church. Come one Charlie Jordan Harold Perkins
MRS. BEATRICE Special thanks to Rah- Griffith with its Ford engine. come all, for an eveningof
mings Funeal Home, pas- The beauties fun.
MITCHELL premiere are Teenagers come
tor, choirs, and members 1144 N.W. 3RD AVENUE 311-8343
the among a glittering array of out and bring your friends.
thank for '
everyone of St. Mary's W, M., :
150 cars new in the automotive Admission 50c, Refresh- 24
flowers and cards we received I Church. HOURS
I ,world which will be dis ments free. Bus Is leaving -
The Mitchell Family The Children played. from New Hope a t

730.: tJIi II Ii



THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 29, 1965 13

FOR SALE FOR RENT .. housekeepers, cooks, -

maids mother's helpers, NOTICENotice
I ,
HUGE CBS with Ave.2 bathrooms 1 beautiful: yard, fenced. :rouplfH Jobs, wanted In New for York topnotch Is hereby given
on fenced J Nice for couple $20 per that IGeorgeDe-
Connecticut Transport
with sprinkler corner week, will sell $100 down. Iud Mott, Jr., who was con-
system tlon advanced In the United
F"A also larger house $22. victed
..... gPSJft, price evaluation.of t his Don't miss this. NE also States District Court of
clean I E5566.OUPLEX. ill types domestic and Southern District of Flor-
FOR SALE FOR SALEATTENTION D. W. Gurton.built Broker home.; j commercial local Jobs for ida, at Miami, Fla., June
2352342. [ APT. Large 1- male and female. G, 1956, of the offense of
I edroom t with Fla. room,
Place violation of Postal laws
8220 NW 14th ] Burlang Associates
1 kitchen and dining room. and sentenced therefor to
NEW ?- room Homes" offers mort- 8301 NW 83rd Terr.
LIKE a one
J fear bus and
three probation,
home. Jalousie win deal bank financed down $86 Employment Agency years
CBS gage rnc$40 1242 NW 51st Terr. To will apply for clemency to
dows hardwood floor, brand new luxuary type corner. 3-bedrooms, ;see call 635-8701. Adults Phone "l512'61"SO the State Board of Par-
kitchen cabinets, com- homes that have every- tile I' 0 0 t, hardwood I mly.: NW 54th Street dons Tallahassee, Floridaat
pletely redecorated inside thing you are looking' for. floors, carporte. Appll- its next regular meet-
and out. This house is like Open Sun. 2-5 p.m. at ances. FIIA valuation. 1980 NW 55th St. Two
736 NW $13,000. D. W. THE TIMES' GOES T8 ing.
brand new! Price Is 47 Terr. Call Gurton bedrooms. Furnished apt.
$10,000, $200 down and JE 1-6902. Broker, 235-2342. Also furnished rooms. (,Signed. ):
$58.25 month. Key at LIT Use of kitchen. Call NE COLLEGE I MO3. George DoMoU,. Jr.Street .
Realty, Broker, 4932 NW "WYNNE HOMES" Hurry BE A LANDLORD No '3-9908.
7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open To the greatest opportunity qualifying, Beautiful cor- $3.58
Sunday offered by the< ner CBS duplex, 8 years -- --- -- -- -- aAlEDISON
:V-ROOM HOUSE. Furnished --- --------- --
area's largest home build- new, 2-bedroom each : Hot water heater. ';x th+ c4"4' '
1821 NW 47th Street ers. Only $495 down! side, appliances, $14,900 Fenced back yard. 1805 iIS1
NO CLOSING COST2- Brand new, 3-fcedrooms. total. Reasonable down NW 5th court. $13.50 per
bedrooms, enclosed front 2 bath homes at 541 NW payment. Call to see. week. Call 031-3177.: .
and back porches, sepa- 44th St. Call quickly! JE Shell Realty, Broker, 1260 -'
rate garage, new roof. 1-6902. NW 7 Ave. 758-5551. l-BEDROOM private 1 74 NW 83rd

Appliances,. i/partly furnished FOR THE particular. home, furnished or un-
drapes, wall to waj "WYNNE HOMES" Hur- This has class for only furnished. Located at Open 3-6 p.m. Sunday
carpeting. Price Is $9,50, ry! To the greatest op- $13,500. Gorgeous CBS 2- 1813 NW 58th St. For
$200 down and $77 month. portunity offered by the bedroom, large Florida renting apply at 4000 NW -.-
Key at Life Realty, Bro- area's largest home build- room, dining area, utility 5 Ave.
ker, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL ers. 0 n I y $495 down! room, carport, new appli $75 month pays everything. Lovely clean
9-4371. Open Sunday and* Brand new 3-bedroom. :2 ances. Beautifully landscaped J-BEDROOM House. Liv- CBS home, Florida room, tile roof, almost
evenings. bath homes at 541 NW fruit trees. Call to ing room, dining room, new. Only $250 down, FHA. $11,000 total.
44 St. Call see. Shell kitchen, Fla." room, car
quickly! JE Realty, Broker,
You can't afford miss this.
2023 NW 43rd Street 1-C902. 4260 NW 7 Ave. 758-555l porte, stove and frigU to
NO CLOSING COSTS daire. 0500 NW 8th Ave. ..
CBS duplex, JWbedroon $65 MONTH PAYS ALL 3-BEDROOM beauty, enclosed -
each side. Tile roof, appliances .- 2031 NW 83rd Terr. porch, dining room, HOUSE. 2370 NW 66 St. Drive by the following then see Edison:
large yard, freshly Drive by this cute 2-bed- utility room, carport, ap- Call Fenster Realty PL
painted. Price is FIL room CBS, $250 down pliances. Convenient location 98779.LARGE. 1-.495 NW 41st STREET: Only $200 down.
valuation $15,700, $600 $8,500 total, FHA. A. Ben- $10,600 total, $400 FHA. A "doll" house on corner. Fla.
down and $90 month. Live Kori, Realtor, phone any- down. Owner pays clos- furnished room,
rent free! Key at L I f Realty, Broker, 4932 NW Shell Realty, Broker, quiet couple. Reasonable. $10,000 total.
7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open 3 BEDROOMS 4260 NW 7 Ave. 758-5551. NE 5-5283.
Sunday and evenings. NO QUALIFYING .- ..- -
$350 down, CBS, furnished 7 YRS. NEW. CBS duplex DOWNTOWN area. Furnished -
2 339 NW 39th STREET Clean CBS house
3710 NW 14th Ave. $80 month, bargain for: Live rent free. Large 2- efficiency. All -- :
BARGAIN $1,000 below $8,000 total. good area. A. bedroom apt.i partly fur- unities. $13. 1-bedroom large kitchen, dining room, carpeting.
FHA price and seller pays Ben-Kori, Realtor, phone nished large l-hed- Call furnished Mlcklns, all utilities $17. $250 down, FHA. Safe for children, on
closing costs too! You anytime, 751-2243. room opt. completely fur- Rental' dead end street.
Agency. NE 4-0500.!
save more than $1,500, 4- nished. Convenient location -
bedrooms, 2 batns, Jalou- LOVELY CORNER $14,000 total, $450 .._
sie windows, awnings,, HOME down, FHA. Shell Realty,
big Florida room, garage, 1490 NW 83rd St. Broker, 4200 NW 7 Ave. HELP WANTED 3-337 NW 59th TERRACE: 3-bedrooms,
appliances. Extra large Open Sun. 3-5 p.m. 758-5551. CBS, furnished home, plus bedroom
corner lot, landscaped, $300 down, 2-bedroom, MOTHER'S HELPER, apartment. Garage. No qualifying, $12-
sprinkler system with 2 tile bathrooms, CBS EXCELLENT DEAL live in. Bunche Park area.
own pump and well, also Beautiful oak floors and 3-Bedroom, 2 bath CBS, C. Allen, FR 4-4578. 000 total terms.
city water. Keys at Life only $11,000 total. $74 a carport, screen porch, .
Reajty, Broker, 4932 NW month pays all, RHA awning shutters, partially MUSIC INSTRUCTOR -
7 Ave. PL 9-4371. See A. Ben-Kori, Realtor,, furnished. Also 2-bedroom Beginners only. Reason- 4-1737 NW, 47th TERRACE: CBS, duplex,

phone anytime 751-2243. 1 bath frame house com- able. PL 8-1925. tile roof, 1 side two bedrooms, both kit-?
1728.NW 43rd Street pletely furnished and t
NO QUALIFYING 2-. LARGE 3-BEDROOM rented on same lot. Rea- CAB DRIVERS. Apply at chens equipped. Only $450 down. FHA.
bedrooms, enclosed front CBS sonable down payment. 1 Society Cab office, 269 $14,500 total. Good buy.
porch, appliances. Very $350 down buys this mortgage. Move right In. NW 21st St.
good location in Manor bargain, big rooms, nice Open Sunday 1-5 p.m. WE ARE OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAYAND
Park. Price is $8,500, $250 kitchen, $83 month pays 4110 NW 23rd Ave. GIRL who wants part- SUNDAY
dawn and $75 month. Life all, $11,800 total. Goo d time job in the morning.
Realty Broker, 4932 NW 7 area, call for location. A. HOUSE. $200 down. $79 Cull 6978159.Meet! y :::
Ave. PL 9-4371. Open 3en-Kori, Realtor, month, FHA terms, buys l s iPiiifiYfi'I .
evenings and Sundays. phone anytime 751-2243. 2-bedroom CBS enclosed Feb. 1st <' -''> A t

2050 NW 152nd Terrace WoK AT THIS BEAUTY carporte. elec.neighborhood.stove. Attractive The City Association of : !175 :II.._. ... ,:62ri :St.. i751-2441; : '

Opa-locka 1710 NW 83rd Terr. Near 7 Ave. and 43 St. Federated Clubs will '; ,, > ...,. .: ; ) .
NO QUALIFYING. Like $350 down buys lovely Fred Scot. Broker. Call meet with The Search Art -
new 3-bedroom CBS, CBS home, big yard, garage 088-4855 or 821-7293. Culture Club Feb. 1st at
Jalousie windows, terrazzo awnings, sprinkler the home of Mrs. India'
floors, modern kitchen. system, FHA terms. A. ATTENTION Expressway Doroman, 1321 NW 51 St.
Price is $10,500,$300 down 3en-Kori, Realtor phone evacuees! Duplex plus cot- Mrs. Alma Harris, president TAKE ADVANTAGE OF A BUYER'S MARKET
and $85 month pays all. anytime 751-2243. tage. A-l condition. Closein. ; assistant, Mrs. Elizabeth -
Key at Life Realty Bro- .City water on 2 lots. Curtis and reporter, SEE THESE EXTRA SPECIAL BUYS
ker, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL 4031 NW 1st Ave $12,000 cash. Owner OX Marie Price.Kitchen.
9-4371. Open Sunday. DRIVE BY GOOD AREA 1-4668. LOW Don PAYMENTS

$78 month pays all for LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS
FHA AND VA resales. this cute 2-bedroom CBS Help
Like new 3-bedroom, 2 $350 down FHA terms. A.BenKori .
1 5 PM
bath CHS homes at from Realtor, phone OPEN SUNDAY FROM to
$100 to $300 down and anytime, PL 1-2243.
2-bedroom .. 1 18-55
from $60 month and up. .. 2031 N.W. 84th Street

We have keys at Life $300 DOWN, $75 month. bath, Fla. room, Full, part-time or CBS, 2 Led... h..,. FHA. $250..., $46 .....
Realty, Broker, 4032 NW 3-bedroom housein completely reconditioned. weekends. Apply at
7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open Bunche Park, 2110 NW Selling price 1928 N.la1.48th Street
167th St. Call. Mr. Rud-
evenings and Sundays. ner, HI 3-3317 or HI $7,500. $1,500 down Wolfie's CBS, 2 Md... txtra class. ......

"GENIE HOMES." New! 8-2170.. payment. 21st SL & Collin 1170 N.W. 39th Street
New! New! See the homes

that make families hap Call 371-1652 Avenue Indf CBS ,L.,. 3 Iae*...., mmj extras.
py. So, so many happy FOR THE large, large j
ideas. even suitable for -- -----------
Many more under family -------
construction. Sneak pre- two families, 3bedroomand :

view on 75 St. between 2 bath. Lot size lOOx MOTORS TRANSMISSIONS Drive by these homes and then call us:
11 and 12 Aves. (2 homes) 135. A tremendous value.
also 527 NW 86 St. Which Drive( by 25 NW 48th St. OVERHAULED OVERHAULED
will be open Sunday 1-6 then call for appointment. 1958 N.W. 58th Street

p.m. Fenster Realty Fenster Realty, Broker 1087 H.W. 73rd Street
Broker) PL 9-8779. PL 9-8779. 49 ? ?
1441 N.W. 90th Street
VA and FHA homes, 3- INCOME Property!! "A M29
bedroom and 2 bath. Call fabulous buy". 5-bedroom, ,.,.. hItS 3410 N.W. 12th Avenue
for appointment. From 2 baths, plus extra house N. M..., Dews All Were U.cesrltk.slly. G..1Itee4 8325 N.W. 23rd Avenue
$100 down and no down in 1 rear, 1-ttedroom, 1 bath FREE TOWING 751-9759 FREE TOWING
payment on some VA Both houses completely 2115 N.W. 42nd Street
homes. Fenster Realty furnished, linens, dishes, LARRY'S GARAGE, Inc.
(Broker) PL 9-8779. etc. Drive by this one.
Don't miss it. 112 NW 7801 N.W. 7th Avenue

3-BEDROOM, 1 bath, 47th St. Fenster Realty. HOME IN LIBERTY CITY
partly furnished, wall to Broker; PL 9-8779.
wall carpeting, no quali- # -
fying, 5220 NW 8 Ave. THESE FHA homes can WE HAVE MANY OTHERS
Open Sunday 1-6 p.m. he yours if you can quall- r, NEW BARON HOMES FOR THE PROFESSIONAL FAMILY
Fenster Realty (Broker) fy. Only $400 down. Drive
PL 9-8779. by 1730 NW 83rd Terr., 691 NW 47th St. 1835 NW 41st St. ,

1715 NW 83rd St. Call t 1921 NW 50th St. 7460 NW 17th Ave OPEN EVERY DAY INCLUDING SATURDAY
INCOME Property. Largelot Fenster Realty, PL 0-8779. ,
CBS, nice location. Open 3 to ;5 Easy Terms

House has 3-bedrooms, HADOWLAWN.. near 3 large bedrooms, 2 bath, Fla. room, garage ,
plus plus rear Miami( Ave. 2-bedroom
apartment, 2-bedroom: 2 CDS furn. Front and rear t <'orner 150 X 100. Good for church or business FORD REALTYINC. Irokcr

bath apt. Good terms. porches. Lot 2 feet above WE BUILD, BUY LAND, HOUEH
Don't to call us on $12,500, $1,350
this one. it's a real bar-down street.: FHA. No closing Large Lot For Sale JE 8-134O 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595

gain. Fenster Realty costs, phone 759-0553. L
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(Broke) PL 98'T19.a .

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14 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday January 29 1965
-- ---------- ---------- -- -- -- --- ...I..." .'''' II''.
--- ------------ ------------------------------------- -- - Phil Ossofcr r; AND A-U- ';;/ ')

I HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS paths Occasionally with a person one crosses who Aurora Lodge No. 810, his wife Sylvia, six child

calls himself an agnostic: Grand United Order of ren, his parents, Mr. and
-------- -- -----------------------.- ---- ------------ Odd Fellows observed its Mrs. Lorenzo Lockhart of
-- thereis
- -,---,-.-.- one who Is not sure
'1'" W -- -- -- -------- ---- -- --- --
tatlve staff visited B.T.V. a God because God is 100th anniversary Jan. a Fort Fincastle, three
NORTHWESTERNThe 21st. Dr Conant North Dade unknowable. One might The celebration will be brothers, five sisters and

Allen UnIversIty; January expressed his pleasure as RecreationCenter say the agnostic is a Missourian held session in August during the other. 'relatives.
of >
the District I <
College Choir of ColumbIa he viewed classes in act- spiritually, declaiming Grand '
South Carolina, gavea Ion and toured the school NewsAfter a "You've got to Lodge.In Repesentatlves of the
concert in the school show me" challenge. Bahamian Contractors As-
plant observing the
ten weeks of play event
sociation and the Baha-
auditorium on Wednesday; lead- the lodge sent the Editorof
the Spoilers are can
Dr. Walter Kerr, Direc- Since no one mas Construction and
Ing in the adult basket- truly describe God Ina The Tribune a check
tor of the National Youth for $560 Building Trade Union
ball league with a 5re- the doubt to be divided
Thaddeus- Plnckney and Foundation will present tangible way among the signed an agreement on
cord. The Bachelors and His existence remains following
during about Jan. 4 to increase
a wages
Thomas Brady represented a program spec- funds:
the Royals are followingwith in the mind of the Crippled Children,
MNHS at the scIence ial assembly February 4, Retarded Children nine pence per hour. The
record. Last Ran-
Dr. Kerr is entertainer a 4-1 agnostic. new wage scale became
; seminar "Frontiers iiScience" an furly Homes
weeks results the Spoilers Emergency
held pn the Uni- Lawyer, minister, a man defeated the Matadors Everywhere we look, Hostel, the Salvation Army effective Jan. 8.

versity of Miami campus of many talents. 11 0-8-t, Bachelors. defeated we find creations such as Blind School and the Don't think "Cuba" +

January 22-23, 1965. Attention parents o f the Mustangs 01-56, pottery, automobiles and Old Folk Home. doesn't fall in Nassau.

twelfth grade students! A The Royals defeated the airplanes. In fact, every- Carl Sweeting who has
Valria June Small, edi special meeting for pa- Jets 89-81, and the Raid- thing on earth has been Miss Jean Isabelle been accused of doing
tor-in-chief of The North-
vents of members of the ers defeated the Rudglers created b y someone o r Thompson, daughter of numbers business, is hav-
westerner, was saluted as; senior class will be held 9756. The leading scorersin something, and that some- Mr. and Mrs. Ellison A, ing the time of his life In

Top Teen in the Miami February 10, In .the school those games were Wal- one or something had to Thompson of Bethel's Ad- court trying to get

Herald of January 21. auditorium at 8:00: p. m. lace Francis 32, Roosevelt have greater intelligence dition, was called to the straight with the law.
This Is also regular PTA Newholds 31, Frank Rolle than the object created. Bahamas Bar on Jan. 9

f The singing o f MiamiNorthwestern's meeting and other parents 26, Thomas Brown 24, Think now of the many In a ceremony held at the The Abaco "forward
choir on Walter 27 and things man himself has Supreme Court by his
are also urged to attend. McDouglad .;ca tter" radio-telephone
records was featured on Donald Griffin 27. The not created. The universe, Lordship the Chief Justice system was officially

Station WAME o n Sun- We are happy to wel- leading scorers In the league the earth, trees, man him- Sir Ralph A Camp- opened .Jan. 8 at Marsh
day morning under the come Mr. Nathaniel Cooper are: Joe Smith 120, self; who can claim to heJJ. Harbor. Two plane loadsof
I,, sponsorship of Richard who will h e assisting Prank Rolle 105, Thomas doutfc the existence of a C ablnet Members
son's Mortuary. Patrons .11'. Elston Davis on the Brown 90, Jack Swllley 90, Greater Intelligence which Sponsored by the Hon. Members of the House,
and friends who would Driver Education Range George Webb 86, Bobby created these? Eugene Dupuch Q C., and
Senate and staff
a copiesof senior member of the law ,
like to purchase his semester. Brown 77, Talmadge Fair
this recording should 74, Albert Sands 73, HJer- It seems to me that the firm of Dupuch and Turn- members of the Telecom-
contact members of the imv NKWB man Anderson 72 and first step in a firm belief quest. Miss Thompson has Departmentand
school's choir or Mr. Girl and Boy Counse- HerWert McClain 67. in God comes through joined that company. and the Telecommunications Ministry of Posts

Evans, the director. lors will build a rock garden faith. Surely, the very existence ,
The Wide Free MisThompson is a flew from Nassau to par-
in the Memorial Garden County of man on earth
Willie C. Rodgers, MNH of BTW as their contribution Throw Tournament will should bring into being niece of Justice Isaacs, ticipate in ceremonies.
S forward, Is Dade Coun- to the beautification be held at the area Jan- the faith needed to enableone acting Puisne Judge and The Public Schools were
ty's second highest scorer drive Geo. Camp- uary 22nd. The winners of to believe in this Gerald Isaacs. Deputy closed so that the children
Comptroller) of Customs. could be and
among prep school bas- hell is thb coordinator for the area were Leroy Bap- Greater Intelligence present
ketball players, this sea- the bfautification which tiste Junior High b o y.'s: After graduating from the Police Band from

son. Rodgers has an average will get underway Jan. 25:,, making 32 of 50. Senior The Bible emphasizesfaith Government High School Nassau added zest to the
of 27.5.Sophomore. Bethsheba Dean co-edl- High boys Andrew Nes- as an attribute o f she studied in Jamaicaone occasion. The system will
Itor of the Washingtonianand bitt 35 out of 50. Boys the better life o n earth. year then went to the eventually)) provide first
Faith University of London and class communication from
classes have Mr. William J. Stir- that came close In therunoff moves mountains.
been assigned new home- director of the Student but 'wUl not shoot in \.1att. 17:20); "For by was admitted to the Bar most of the settlements at
rooms flowing the close of Activities at BTW the county wide tourna- 'alth ye stand," (2 Cor. in the Inner Temple in Abaco to New. Providence.

their Driver Education attended of ment all shooting 50 shots 1:24): ; ", .For we walk by London last Nov. 21 She
a The
classes The sophs seem color pictorial prevue exhibit of each are Robert Gantt 28, faith,. not by sight." (2 I 13 the third woman barrister following studentsat

happy over the assignments scenes from the movie, Ernest Stewart 28 both Cur 5:7.) in the Bahamas Institute the Nassau Technical
--- recently passedthe
junior high and senior
'The Greatest Story Ever The agnostic plantinga Eron
Arlington Lock- City and Guilds of
fold- and a color film entitled high Samuel Stanley 34,
seed has
faith being London
Coach James Wanza, and James Moss 34, hart was killed at Eight Institute exami-
"The Film Maker"
t Head Football Coach at properly nurtured, nations in concrete prac-
Mile Rock Grand Baha-
j MNHS, was featured in''at the DuPont Plaza Hotel that seed wIll become a tice: Percy Armbrister,
The Miami Herald on Jan. 18"The. North DadeRecreation plant or tree. To me, thisis ma Dec 31. Funeral ser- Newton Bain, Percy Bly-

Sunday as "A Sport In Greatest Story a tangible example o f vices were held at De- den,. Christopher Burrows,

Our Town" by Neil .Am- Ever Told" will premierehere the existence of God, for meritte's Funeral Home Oldan Johnson, Levonne

dur Herald Sports Writer Feb. 19. Those In attendance With only three more can I believe make that "Only" God .Jan. 10. His survivors are :Moxey and Mark Murray.BE ,
called "All- a tree.
Wanza was were given the weeks left in the first
[!( American" as a coach anda opportunity to meet Adiilt ; <<' ; \ '...." : .
half of the Basketball %
representatives An the '
leader, and several shotsI t example of apparent z of George League, the teams: are incompleteness of : >< T- '
n various poses were Stevens Productions of fighting harder. Now there the agnostic theory is ; ; NURSE'S;-< AIDETHE \ 1
shown. Los Angeles and the Unit- 1 9 ., {
I I are three teams tied for seen in a story about a ,
.. .. ..... _. "
; ..
ed Artist Corporation. first place with 5-1 rec- noted ""' "''''''''' '''''''''4 "" .J.
agnostic, Col.
Parents of :.Ninth( .and
Tenth Graders attended According to Dr. Bert ords. The Royals, the Roltert Ingersoll. Duringa IDEAL SCHOOL FOR
"Parents Night"1-! MNHSon Kleinman emblems for Spoilers and the Bachelors visit with Rev. Henry

Wednesday,'January 27a the good readers program The the Jets Bachelors 59-56 with defeated Ward Beecher, he noteda TRAINING NURSES' AIDES

t which time they received Lire decorative and attrac- beautiful globe portraying -
Thomas Brown
their chUdren'ssemester tive. Watch this columnfor scoring the constellations and
points. Royals upset stars of the heavens.
reports participated a listing of the wIn-
the 85-66 Wal-
Spoilers "This
in workshops just what I've
ners of the reading
designed t o help' foster gram. Dr. Kleinman also ter McDouglad hitting 33 been looking for," he. said
pupil achievements indicated that the scores an Talmadge Fair hitting after examining It. "Who Call for information 226-7403 or 443-9741
23. Wallace Francis hit 30 "
through informal educational for the ninth grade this for the losers. it? New classes begin Mon. & Thurs., Feb. 9-11
experiences for pa- )year indicate a decided "Who made it?"
repeated -
rents. improvement i Beecher in simulated Morning classes 9 a.m.12 p.m.

BTW HIGH SCHOOL Principal Nicholas Bo- j# .CENTERVILLAKINDERGARTEN: j astonishment. "Why, Colonel Evening classes 7-10 p.m.

rota was an active participant I nobody made It; it
12th. Ball will be held on at the' National I 1 just happened."

Student Council District Association of Secondary You may rg Ulr now,. Hoi
Jan. 29th, 1965 at 8:00: pm -
School meeting
Principals lunch.e and pick-up MTTICO
in the School's gymna- While he, was in attendance C "" 20ih MTOREWIDE OLEARANCr
sium. Mrs. W. H. For information call AnniversarySALE '

The B. T. W. Tornado .Jamison assistant principal 691-7796, 96-3802 or r TREMENDOUS DISCOUNTS

basketball five defeatedthe for administration, 634-5867 (
John F. Kennedy was in complete charge of t' ON ALL NEW AND USED PIANOS & ORGANS

High School Cagers Jan. the school Bethsheba 5932 NW 17th Ave.
E. Dean, reporter. Tn. Most V.reotll.Organ In tIt.World
23rd. by a score of 89-62. IRS RUTH COPEMND!' Belter ShoesONE
Scoring the most points .7h.Amazing
were Irvin Baulkman 25,

points.and Willie The Cagers Williams will 22, Centervilla News BulletinThe I a....

take on the Miami North- Parents Club of songs. Those who were WEEK, ONLYCHILDRfrVS ] TRANSISTORORGAN

western Bulls on Jan 30, Centervilla Kindergarten not here missed a treat.
In the Booker T. Washington I is sponsoring a Night of

Gymnasium. Games Friday night, Feb. Mrs. Dorothy Cooperwas

Students from Booker 5, 1965 at 8.00; p.m.A elected Assistant Sec East KtytMrilifttsiplipiat to hit CM Cll

Washington attended an, prize will be given to The major' fund raising .....11..1..,teetfll.
institute for All Dade the parent with the lar- }project ..or the school
County Youth held Jan. gest number of patrons term lf04-G5, Mr. and ..
22, 1965. The group discussed present. Please invite as Miss Centervilla Contest r'r' PtrcissiM pmUnJIT
"Issues presented. tttitfef effects (ritie.mieS" .
That Will many friends as you can. was every
Affect Inter-Group Rela- A variety of games will child is a candidate. You Isee) .Mudslie.tcJ

tions in 1965" at the he planned for you. There may begin raising your B YEAR WARRANTY
McAllister Hotel. Mrs. will be something for money now. Rules for the $
Clara Mathews, Special everyone to do. contest will be given out 495 :
Education Teacher and in our next regular meet- PRCISSTART '11,011
Miss Marie Roberts were Enclosed you will find Ing. 'AT. .
faculty participants. Top- curds: for .the patrons A TUN? ,
ics covered such themesas (persons whom you will It was reported that BUSTER BROWN SELECTED & GUARANTEED USED

Delinquents, Drop-outs, Invite). Please sign your Mrs. Ramsey Is on the STRIDE.RITE
and little cheer ORGANS
list a PIANOS
to them. .
Broken Homes, and the name POLLPARROTTJUMPIN

Retarted. Paulette LaRhoda We wish to thank you was sent her way. JACKS VTALNUTVINfT SOTfO lALOWINOMAMNIO $ ftI:

reported that the ses- for the splendid cooperation Our next regular 'meet- ..wtfMFIiiUh tlfSrHARBMANtflNI 1IfiJ"
sions were Informative. that have given ing will be Fell 19, 1965. THOMAS
you SAVE UP TO 4ft .
So let us not forget Feb.
The Student Council as this term, and we are w.a/aeflll T..I $319 MANUAL<
:. and Feb 19.
a project for 1965, is to asking for your continued $3" 5" FAMOOSBIUNO
provide a school supply support, because we are Sincerely, Mrs. Cloru ,. a UL8WM BUILT 595 i'1g. 1 2 .

shop, in which books and working for the welfareof Harris Prey Mrs. F. PIANO Fr.. Meee,1T5
our children md our Sec.1rs.. Ortbp... **..
other school supplies will Washington, IULIRANSCNSNNCT.EMny MFRneNpiiov.$4i
be sold. In past years this school.At it. E. Copeland) l, _Sup. Net I.dwfd. $389. ;

was a yearly SC project.Dr. our l lust meeting, THE 'TIMES' GOES TO $CJWJ7tQh &D SPINET 1 YL OL | )
Jan 15, 1965. the children
James B. Conant, of our school entertained. 9' 1121 N.W. 36tt St ..HE 54311 HOUSE ?f.P'ANOS and ORGANS
Dr. Youngert,
the parents by singing,. pill PARKING Bar UtE ,13641'N.W.7th-AVE. 611 3713
Brenner Myers, and perms Fume of their best loved' ,'. 1946 ............"' ...-..a....LW,IN IT. ..... ....awL t
.->onnel from the Adminis- $3.50



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THE MIAMI JIMESf Fridoy, January 29, 1965 15
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Laigstoi in us eiiort to clear me way lor z,4uu low ed Hughes Writes rent public housing Monday, the Miami Housing were owned privately,. some $566,000in

Authority ran into new opposition from property taxes would have been paid. It
Special ,Poem For CORE the Free Enterprise Association. showed that the payment in lieu of taxes was

The group of landlords, in a letter to Metro just over $100,000.Contending .

Langston Hughes, the To dream of vast horizons commissioners: stated its objections, and attached that if private 'owners were,
Poet Laureate of of the soul
audit of the MHA books made
an a loans is the MHA "they
America, wrote the folThrough dreams made given government as ,
lowing poem expressly for whole, year ago in an effort to prove its case. would be competitive," Markowitz suggestedthat

a new greeting card to Unfettered, free help The MHA will ask the Metro Commission loan institutions have refused to buy mort-
be issued shortly by CORE
TO ,YOU All you who are dreamersTo Monday to execute a cooperative agreementthat gages on property in the area, implying that
sit and dream, to sit too, is needed before the housing can get fed- growth of public housing is to blame.
and read, Help me to make eral aid.Metro. '
The Miami Board of Realtors said last:week
-T To sit and learn about Our world anew,
the world I reach out my hands commits itself to continue its enforce- there are more than enough privately owned
Outside our world of here to you. ment of minimum housing standards, under apartments'to meet the need for elderly hous-
and now- -Langston Hughes
Our problem world the agreement, and to working out a "pay ing.

.Vr1".....The...."QUVU", ,I _CORE riujeci nJ__.Southern;, _wmcn' ment in lieu of taxes" by the Metro Housing A majority of the'2,400 new units would be
has shipped over 100,000 Authority for senior citizens who would not be able to
books to Freedom Schoolsand high rent, and few of those who
Costing an estimated 25 million dollars, theMHA's pay very own
BE Education Centers in homes in the old will
area get enough
the deep South and is program was approved principle by
seeking funds through the the Metro commission over last minute opposi- from the property to buy a new home when

SOMEONE Langston HugTies-lTom tion of the Free Enterprise Association last they are relocated.The .
Feeling all season greet-
ing card, wrote, Mr. October. powerful realtors withdrew their ob-

SPECIAL! Hughes: "Sing on, 0 poetof Harry Markowilz: president of the associa- jections_ after the MHA promised would sup-
our new .
day Long tion port the realtors application for a federal rent
said the
audit of the
SlpU.ple graduates do may your mighty thusU a year ago subsidy in
ptciaUz d work n the "ions verses ring out for showed a net loss of $340,512. It also contain. program Miami.
care of the kk the freedom!"
aged ad the belpless.Every Hood, Pamela Day, La- *
day the I fonaad The C. S. E. P. Committee raine Fox, Virginia Tala- : AUTO INSURANCE I
: includes .,
: Benjamin A. ,,
for quit/led peraoBBd to rice, June Corbett. '
perform thus rateable Brown, chairman; Robert Check our new, lower rate aad easy financing *
ten Ice grows greater and Daniels and Ashley King, The new greeting card f. IMMEDIATE 5Rt22 FILING
co-chairmen' ; Mary Buckley i Be ordered from '
greater. Mrhtlngalo College may ; Bring thia ad to office aDd
our receive free
Brown 'i a gift
trains a4 qualifies treasurer and I CORE, 38 Park Row, NYC ,
you to jots the many Samuel Akesson, Marilyn 10038. D. Goodman and Son Inc.
other MghtlBgale grada- Emhorn, Iris Smith, David .ff
"Insurance, Real Estate, Mortgage
ates_ that are performing Holderidge, Virginia --- : n. .t__. __.._._v__. At..*. .sold ____ ___ _.._ this much seeded tervke.An --- --- -pu N.Q UUD
a Nightingale gra <,. ................... .....
ate yom tan choose your ; "" <" v. ....... ...............
Job your hoar the
mir :iiIm
time JOB want to work cc i :
You can ..ajoy the knowledge ,,- #!!k ",,,w '? h I ,:t
llHt you are doing
a valuable 'Job, the train-
lag IN simple and can be
adapted to your conrenlence. Fastest, Cleanest, Lowest Drying costs
Call for an ap- Facing difficulty, bad luck, evil conditions?
polatment today and find BRAND NEW YOU'LL LOVE IT
oat how very easy It Is to Always attended for cleanliness and serviceS Smiling Eddie Lee Pitt- Seeking success and peace of mind? Consult
qualify for this valuable
train lag. Bpeclal hours man, popular local businessman Bishop Virdue. For appointment call: 377-1396

arranged for mothers. Is the new oWn-, 1815 N.W. 1st Ct., Miami, Florida
Day or night classes. Women 5101 NW 17th Ave er of the Dive-Inn Bar,
J 1772 NW 79th St. Phone Message meetings and prayers for the sick.
high Bp school to :S diploma eligible ne-No Li;' ....._16: ,.... _.,.... "'" .'::- _iii ... ,,,-, ,..,' .. f.91-9431. lIe Invites all Each night 8 p.m.DONATIONS.
his old friends to come
trwary. V h tuition
and ONLY
meet new friends.
meat- Everyone welcome IncU

Phone 377-0294 ,

College Nightingale S QQ cES bro LovIge. Hires First Negro f REDUCE

P ,. up to
IllS. Miami AT. f;y : SAVANNAH. Oa.--(NPI) graduate of Savannah
Mrs. R W. Hoangabook The Chatham County (Savan- State College, who scored 6 poundb weekly
R. N.. Director Where old and new friends neet nah) police department has 95.5 on the civil I I service
announced that It has hired examination, the second Dr Long
Jr :' : EARL EDWARDS, PROP* ;:| tits first Negro policeman. highest score ever attainedby
#" ) ," ," County Police Chief C.F. any applicant. 1545 S.W. lit St.
f: .PII.NEJ 22 44N M..,. TH AVE.1? Love said that he had hired Butler replaces a white FR 3-2748
Z4N : ,f< <" ... '. ; '" <,' >- : William 0. Butler 30-year- officer who was fired.


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 29, 1965 r ,__. ____

Illinois Resident I'KILSOXAL MENTION Billboards

Likes The Times Miss Glenda Bennett, Proclaim Milk
daughter of Mr. and.Mrs.
Dear Sirs: Nathaniel Dennett Sr. a Drinkers T k
it 4
Will you please renew junior at St. Augustine's I i rL
my suhscriptlon one more College was. home for the
don't have Charles
year. I really holiday Miss Bennett
how I agent. 1101 NW
words to tell you
her house
the brought as drinks milk. And 9i1.
do enjoy reading guest, Miss Jeniel King, .
Callowa radio
Times.I also at St. )
a junior Augustine' -
sister of
glad to say ". Miss King, a cer.
am very do lot of other
that I once lived in Miami native of Raleigh N. Coo GreaterIlamL
the of Mr. and
can see why daughter
so you
I like the Times. Mrs. U.I King, reports Mr. North is rx!
having'enjoyed ,her stay about 100 people
Very truly yours, and wishes to say thanks area, all milk : t
N. Mitchell all who her visit _
to made who are nkw
Evanston, Illinois enjoyable. names throughout 4 +

I'j ::ryrf, _! '.}aliAlN"sWJ Ia It's part of a r r
;:. Among whom are Mr of the Southeast
1 and Mrs. Henry Flakes, Dairy Institute.
Mr. and firs. Rudolph
Leggett )Ir. and Mrs. M. Among the NEAK.'h
Sutton. Mr. and Mrs. Edward eis are Metro
Drip in Theatre Smith of Miami. Mr. Chuck Hill,
md Mrs. Alvin Harrison MacArthur. the
Ce>o 1 laly blears and many others.lluth third richest
Palm Beach
Miss Bennett and radiocaster ,
Miss King are honor students Larry King. :
j on the Dean's list t
and mernlKMS IIf the AKA Milk I is too
/ Sorority just for the >
Ii the' bllllKXinK'
mrrw .
.\I&.. visiting the Ben- drink milk -" -----

:;I IN1S nets over the holidays AMoel Co.fere.ce of the Notioaol Aleut Cecil of UHCF Old the P...-.
Mr. and Mrs. Peters
were : ::::l:!:::::::::::
.and their now loves! and long of Pensacola and will ..ei ia Dallas, Texas o. Febroary 5-7 at the Dallas Statl."'- .It..
Mrs. Ellan Jean Smith, .!.) the BetheM.Cookaaa Aleaai will be those show i I. photo.

secretary at the Miami 7 DAYS FROM right are: joie S. Frisk, Kali 0.01 Presided of the Alo..i Association of

I.9j..Jyg Times. College; Miss Uadelyo Satire, jeaior fro. Mini aid "Miss B-CC PreAI. -

HAKES ONE ...., 1965; Carver A. Portiock, Executive Secretary of Berh...-CoolBai HotiooelAssociatioa

SOCIAL SECURITTCriminal -A''.... ; Johaay C. Mosely, fresh.... froa Halloadale, fl..
violation of
laws affecting entitlementto
social security payments -
can result in in-
prisonment or heavy fines,
t Edward P. Blonston, Dis-
5 trict Manager of the Social
Security Administration' DISCOUNTLAND
in Miami North,
warned today. Mr. Ulon-
ston called attention t o
sie' the sentence imposed on
rye r November 30, 1IHJI, in
Wilson North Carolina on

Hattie B. Hawkins.sentencedto Mrs 5757 EW. 27ft AVL PEIIIE S4S3WTST. MON.mau SAT.
i WiCAlLAJl'IIM.D6'+/ < TEl1J s.wALAS Hawkins was .
serve 9 months in pri- W.HOU.YWOOB' 10..L9
: ,'LIS ", son. She pleaded guilty to MIAMI CEIIEI
; giving false statements in. 635 0736 238 2901 945 0381 SUN111$
I'.i' Isech:;: connection for mother's with an monthly application --

rTHfti; : :,,.. Mr.benefits.1 lions ton said the
Social Security Adminis- WEWBTWffSMl
'.h f,
tration has the duty of \!
detecting any fraud that I LAMPS
PECK may exist at any stage of
the claims operation and : f t,
ANTHONY recommending prosecutionwhen

QUINNOMAR air Blonston the facts added justify that it. O AM THROW

the majority 0 f claims
SHARIF were free of fraud because PILLOWSY.e.C.
processes;! and procedure 4
used by the ad-
BEHOLD minisration have tJeen effective
i n keeping t o a
A k I minimum the payment of rk
benefits 'to those not entitled t

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