The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 26, 1965
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Vol. 43. No. 13 MIAMI, FLORIDA, NOVEMBER 26, 1965 16 PAGES

[Morgan to ':Face FAMU in 33rd 1 Classic .1

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CYM 'AAbt tl00f wmmwm.wv w wwvwav.v Florida A&M University beat them 307.Founded .
rwerr. Athletic Director Jake Oalther in 1933 by Florida
Polls" 18,038 announced in Miami Tuesday, A&M University VicepresidentJ.R.E.
that the opponent for the 33rd Lee, Jr., the Orange
Q1 4 / r annual Orange Blossom Clas- Blossom Classic has been
1r : sic to be played in Miami's played every year since that
Votes in Best Orange Bowl stadium, Decem- time. The annual affair is
ber 4, will be the Bears of sponsored by Florida A&M
University. The Rattlers are
Morgan State College.
the host team every year, thus
The Bears from Baltimore, making them the only football
Race Yet Maryland boasts an 8-0 record team in the nation that is assured -
1Li7 I and had been scored on in only of a bowl game each
two games-once giving up 21
It took the biggest voter turnout in the history of points and six on the second year.The first game was playedin
Miami to defeat Mrs. Atfralie' Range in her strong and occasion. Jacksonville and was later
determined bid for a seat on the City Commission Tues- They beat Virginia State moved to Orlando. The game
53-0 in their final game on Sa- returned to Jacksonvillea
day. Attorney Irwin G. Christie eked out a narrow victory was
1 in the contested runoff election which turday. few years later. After several '
hotly saw a
Florida A&M is 7-1 on the in the
record 38,031 go to the polls to choose between the appearances
season. Rattlers made their first appearance
cT KyV two candidates. Christie got 19,498 to Mrs. Range's The Rattlers played Morgan in Miamm in 1947.
) 18,038. State two years ago in the
yak Veteran politicans were amazed to learn that the Orange Blossom Classic and (Continued on Page 16)

runoff election between only two candidates, a Jew anda

Negro at that, would draw 1,021 votes more than the
primary election last Tuesday which included 15 can- Man Killed In Street

didates contesting three commission seats. In this

race Mrs. Range led Christie 11,416 votes to his

L. Alberta Brown of Ft. Myers, a senior at Florida 10,345.Mrs.. Argument With Trio

MM University, who was Miss Junior at FAMU last Range's showing was by far the best ever bya

I year, will reign as Miss-FAMUthis year at the annual Negro candidate in Dade County. She received almost I Coley Le-; Wallace, 39, of Fuller was wounded in the
Orange Blossom Classic to be held Dec. 4 in Miami's the total Negro vote plus a good number in every one 5369 NW 24th PI., was shot left arm during the foray. He
Orange Bowl Satdium. of the white precincts. She possibly received as many and killed after a street argu- was driven to Jackson Memorial
white votes as she did from Negroes. ment with two men and a Hospital for treatment. He
woman. was arretsec at the hospital.
TAKES LOSS IN STRIDEMrs. Charged with first-degree

Range took her loss in stride, although manyof murder in the Sunday shootingare Metro homicide Sgts. Bruce _
Jesse McCloud', 45; James Barry and John Ford caughtup
her, strong supporters were angered by the large
with McCloud and the J:
Fuller, 20; and Suvattie Ed. woman -
4+ \ number ofvotes lost "through a recent questionable
monds 35.Collins. a short while later. '
purging of the voter lists in the downtown area. Char ges ,

of'irregularities at the polls were made and some sup- ;....'" .'-- -- -- ',.. -- -"- -',

porters Many wanted Negroes to demand who have a recount.been uprooted from their } '( fo Decide, Soon I

former addresses by the clearing of land' for the North- ,/,>'!"- : .> ,
AI rj South Expressway and Urban Renewal were unable to ;

vote although they still maintained residence in the bpnLGovenor's: : .Race,,, ::t :E
city and most of them still in the > ,
same precinct. -"------ "
Former Florida going; ; to run because I think
LeRoy Collins, reportedlysaid there is a cause to be foughtfor
Although the entire community seemed to be enthusiastically in a telephone conversa- and won," said Collins.
tion Monday that he "And that cause is bigger than
involved in the Range thereis expects to
I .It isa
decide "within two weeks" if either Bob High or
still evidence of apathy on the part of many Negro he will run for against cause for waht the governor'soffice
voters. In precinct 74 at Holmes Elementary School Burns. ought to mean in the

where 1,531 Negroes are registered only 887 botheredto Collins is now undersecretafy state of Florida."

j vote--880 for Mrs. Range.In of commerce in Washington Both Collins and High are -....
precinct 120 at Dixie Park Playground, only ,He said he would be "dis- liberal politically, but many

590 of the 1,158 registered voters went to the polls. Robert appointed"King if High he and of Miami Mayor High Miami for Negroes Mrs. Athalie are Range's blaming

'!t. '; ,, .,j., / ', Mrs. Range got all but five votes here. Mrs. Range car- were in the same contest close defeat in the Tuesday
;;1'" ried 19 of the 89 precincts.Mrs. against Burns. city commission runoff and
\ ...it1 this could costly in
,,, Range congratulated Christie as soon as the
.N. ", Collins was elected gover- the gubernatorial race.
'" results were in at City Hall at Dinner Key where both
nor twiceIn\ 1954 and in 1956. This weekend Collins ex-
went for the outcome. Christie later visited Mrs.
Among her attendants are Jacqueline Nickson, of Rangeat Mayor High was runnerup to pects to fly to Florida and is
her home for a private conference on the election results expected to confer with his
Burns in the Democratic pri-
Tampa who was a member of the queen's court last -
and possible repercussions. close and advo-
maries in 1964, and is expected supporters
year, and Shirley Pooler, of St. Augustine. Miss Nick- to announce his intention cates'and attend the Florida
son is the sophomore attendant and Miss Pooler, the CHRISTIE ACCUSED OF INJECTING RACE to run. Scott Kelly, former senator State Football game in Uains-

junior. Miss Brown is president of Delta Sigma Theta The Range camp had accused Christie on Mondayof is already! the contest. ville Saturday. lie hopes alsoto
sorority at FAMU and a mathematics major. injecting the racial issue into the campaign through "If 1 run for this job, I'm come to Miami.

distribution of literature charging the Negroes with

bloc voting. They charged the Christie workers with Oldest U.S. Citizen I I
drumming up a large white vote by threatening whole-

sale Negro appointments in the city posts if Mrs.

Range was elected to the commission.Although For Medicare I
Signs Up ...
Mrs. Range had great praise for the

white voters of Miami, calling them sophisticated, I daughter, of 1724 NW 5th Ave.,.
Ja--- .cyr r, there seemed have been Patsy Evans, 119, signed
: to a greater effort at voting "X" on the dotted line Tues- is also enrolled for Medicare.Mrs. .
44rv against a Negro in the runoff, than voting for a white day as the oldest woman in Evans lives at 749 NW
man in the primary.If 58th St.
the United States to enroll in
this election accomplished anything at all, it Medicare. Leo, J. Wilhelm,
made Miami Negroes more politically conscious. People field representative of the SHOPPING
who had never bothered to involve themselves be- downtown Miami Social Security d
fore became totally involved. Negroes dug into their office signed her up WEEKS LEFTCHRISTMAS
explained that Medicarewill
pockets and gave money, worked in the office, gave not become effective until
out literature, made phone calls, put on bumper strips. next July 1.

Everybody wanted to help because everybody knew Mrs. Anna Lee Butler, 75,
they were backing an honest, sincere and intelligent Mrs. Evans' youngest daughteralso
person who would be a credit to any city commission.And put her "X" on a sheetof
the more the white people got to know Mrs. Rangethe paper, creating what Wil-
helm named"the
r more of them got on her bandwagon.There .
mother-daughter combinationin SEALS fightTB and
is reason to believe the Miami Negro has arrived the U.S. to sign up for Me-
politically. Most of the workers can handy wait dicare." other RESPIRATORY DISEASES

,. ) for the books to reopen. A concentrated yearrounddrive Mrs. Evans was born of 0 tJU.
"":, J :"','. is being planned to get every Negro of voting age slave parents in McCaysville gg
Oa., Feb. 4, 1846. She is the
.:. and &
registered politically educated.
...... .. : ,i t mother of 16 children, of g t
: And like they used to in
::_ next say Brooklyn-"Wait 'ti!1 whom five are living. Mrs. I: g CUD
year. Henrietta Melton, another




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CHE I MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November }6, 1965 3

Miami Gets Two New .., .." ;, ''tJ'
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Training Projects Check our new, lower rates and easy financing

U. S. Secretary of Labor (shirt), marker (clean, dye and Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift

W. Willard Wirtz has agreed to press, laundry), washer (ma- I D. Goodman and Son Inc.
the signing of ,
two contracts chine, clean dye and press
undo the 4K1n'u "Insurance Real Estate Mortgage'
Manpower Development ,
laundry). The federal cost of
and Training Act for on- this project will be $14,328. 1 5'n 1 Business member All People Democratic Club
the-job training projects with Contracts for these two F9".k 1 f 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 14)380
Miami firms. projects will be executed for
Florida Finest Seafood of the Secretary of Labor by
2545 NW 75th St. is sponso r Charles N. Conner, Room 525 3
of one OJT contract to provide 1371 Peachtree Street N.E., +
training of 74 unemployedor Atlanta Georgia. Conner is
underemployed workers for Regional Director of the De-
up to 16 weeks of training. partment's Bureau of Appren
This project, which ticeship and training.
will receive $16.995 in federal Section 204of the Manpower
funds will provide training in Development and Training Act
the following occupations: directs the Secretary of Laborto
butcher (fish), cooker (fish), enter into agreements with -
cleaner (fish), packer (fish), employers, trade associations
retort operator, labeler (hand), unions private' and public
and follow-up man( production agencies and others whom he
control supervisor). Which
determines are. qualified to was
The other OJT project set conduct effective training
for Miami is sponsored by the programs. Some of these programs
Dade County Laundry and Dry require supplemental 18th century Englandsfavourite
Cleaners Association of 1240 instruction approved by the
SW 57th Ave., Miami. It will Secretary of Health Educationand
provide training of 67 unem- Welfare. pastime :
ployed or underemployed work- Employers under the on-the :
ers for up to eight weeks in job training contracts pay
the following occupations: wages to the trainees for all -. '........ .- _.......-, ..a.'I,.. / Rugby or Gordon's ?
presser (machine), presser work
productive Linda Adams, 16, a senior in Miami Northwestern

Senior High School and Student Council vice president,

,iBHSfflsei ReliefJuries: has received a merit award from the Daity Council of Sporting Englishmen first played Rugby
; ; South Florida. around 1870. Which means Gordon'shad

Linda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Adams. the field to itself for over a century. "

Iio: m:;,All-White 3283 NW 48th Terr., recently missed National Achieve- Since 1769, to be precise. I "''IIM '

$ ..: aJ ment Scholarship program finals by only a few points, TheyearMr.Gordonmade I I
-- but received a letter of commendation. She is Girl Ad- his silky-smooth, icy-
President Johnson During the two-day planning
ced Wednesday that he announ will I]I session for next spring's visors' president, a member of National Honor Society, dry discovery. The gin .;
ask Congress to pass a Civi I White House conference on olavs the flute in the Marching Band and is an accom- that's still England's -
Rights Bill in 1966 "to pre> civil rights, the Presidenttold plished pianist She is active in Pilgrim Fellowship biggest seller. Not to i
vent injustices to Negroes at government officials: Youth Group at Church of the Open Door. mention America. And
the hands of all-white "
juries. "The tide of change is
The President told 200, running with the Negro American The Dairy Council has a continuting program to all the rest of the funGORDOH
civil right leaders he has on this mid-November honor meritorious young people in Dade county. Nomi- loving world. Next ..! ,l;...
alerted all federal agents that evening. Neither the ignorant minations can be sent to Agnes Edwards, 1001 NW 7th time you're in a sporting .;..
racial justice must be sought violence of the Klan nor the St., Miami. mood Gordon's. DIST LiED
actively as "a positive ,try LOMDOMDRYvery
purpose desparin of Watts can reverseit.
rath.r than a distant ." bit as exhilarating .gm..1
others. Please will ..
goal. come you
But ::
Rep. Emanuel Celler D. as Rugby. not ,
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He said he will ask the enjoy it. Mrs. Gussie Mae
N.Y.) head of the House Judiciary .
so exhausting.MODICTIFIS r 7
Civil Rights Commission to The Masonic Family and Warren chairman; Mrs. Irene
make a broad study of the pro- civil Committee, which handles friends and the general publicare Harrison W.M.
education in rights legislation,
blems of race
invited attend the ---
endorsed the President's to 10th wS
the nation in the hopes of aiding jury (ff <*4 M& ',A V&'t X ""* MH
local 1' governments,to"1 pros pal... .:: annual Calendar Tea given by LONGHORN!'j i
"build school system that is Attorney General,, RichmonH St. Arthur's Chapter No. 141 ; H
color blind." Flowers of Alabama describedthe OES Sunday, Nov. 28 at 1742 i
".. .We must do more. We proposal as "somewhat ofa NW 3rd Ave., 3 to 6 p.m. The :
will do more," the Presidentsaid. disappointment." speaker for this affair will be
Mrs. Essie Belle Johnson dis-

Tea Given By Block Association.trict president Come of the out Seybold and rr' PROfiLE Of

hear this dynamic speaker and
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Clubs For Better Living BONDEDRENT ALt ;

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One hundred people interested There are now 40 block CALLMelvin y o/ ,
in upgrading the living clubs operating in the Central i t :
standards on their blocks at- I) strict. Fox '>. i : A'G'ENCY INC,
tended a joint block club meet- The guest speaker for Sun ", ,:; i ,
ing held Sunday, Nov. 14 at day's tea was Mrs. Pauline ? , the Culmer Neighborhood Cen Willis a librarian at NorthwesternlfighSehool.Using FOR

The afternoon tea was plan- theme of the meeting "To-
ned by center counselors Miss getherness" she outlined the FUNDS AGENCY IN THE SOUTH. OPERATING IN DADE AND

Margaret Brown, Mi"s Carolyn joint efforts of the block clubsto TOWARD COUNTIES. MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE
Lewis, Mrs. Mattie ZanderskMrs. date, and encouraged future
Geraldine Kendricks Eli attempts to get more active THAN 10,000 HOUSING UNITS. THE HON. L. L. BROOKS,
Powell, Charles Dent and participants into the groups.
John Goldsmith to coordinatethe Mrs. Willis' talk was well
various activities of the received. Bill Wynn Neighborhood : -
member groups and to interestmore Services Coordinatorfor t
individuals in the down- the Economic Opportunity i
town district and in block club Program remarked on the large
functions. turnout for the tea and com- ..
Block clubs are formed by plimented Culmer Neighbor
people dissatisfied with un- hood Center on its successful
kept gargage cansdirty yards, organizing ot blocK duos
and buildings infested with The program included a n|
insects. The group elects opening introduction and a
leaders spokesmen who pre prayer offered by Miss Pjyllis
sent the neighborhood grie Pinder. Mrs. Mary Francis +

vances. Harp introduced the Mistressof 4...
Ceremonies, Mrs. Verdell PhonV 780.D846
,.. Wright, GEORGE P. HARTH

1 I General Manager ..
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R55EEMPLOYMENT5; ''/.. It is not an easy task being general manager of a company such as Bonded.
I I' /.fl ,7 Complex in nature, dealing with clients, tenants, personnel, dept. heads and
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*-.y w x--.fc-* &#&.NJG'a6wrMoc.wYlA.w'Aa9'd'EstabI
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years The general manager has over the years acquired the skill of

FR 3-2106 rendering satisfactory service.

For the Best in Housing Call
Available NOWIII!!! '

r -- Se !c'e$t !LPt :/;, ti M i sJ: Yf }io",,, Bonded Rental Agency' Inca :!-_ :
Truck Difverst' .$,l iJiHofel tMalds'; .,
man Smiling, popular Eddie local Lee businessman Pitt-- ..Hatdl'(Pet "Mi I is the 8 b"1jI\; .!',""$t / .
new own "'CookWri :R sf CtlokE' 7
er 1772 c'NW the 79th Dive-Inn St. Phone Bar 'D!sI'Was( 1 ers i D'av:Wo'rkers'':, 'Jt..TU'i : ., (N.W.th. ::Ave:, ': fl" ,"l-t733, >:' ::.4",,
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K91-9431 He invite* allhis Chon .oundry' 'fr ; '. .-it"t:, w -4 0 "
old friends to come .tT'.7."" "MANY ;
and meet new friends MANY MORE .
Kveiyone welcome Imlf '

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 26, '1965


There's much discussion going on about the thou-

sands of Cuban refugees arriving in Miami, many of
while Miamians are
them taking jobs -.4
,it is that most of these people are to be located in Springfield, Tenn.NPJMr. )- -
SIGISMUND Editor and Pub ishr
E.GARTH C. REEVES.REEVES Mo nog Ing Editor other counties; but Dade County will still have more Ruth Houston Cage, formerly START WORK TODAY!!
than its rightful share. of Tampa, Fla., becamethe A Public Service Over
".naber of the NatIonal N.w.pop.rs Publl.h.r. Association The United States has taken quite an expensive first member of her race to 20 Years
SUBSCRIPTION RATES operation ,not only in accepting the offer of Fidel Cas- join the faculty of the Robertson ILlve In Molds
school system re- Bus Boys
;ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.60 tro to allow the refugees entry,but has chartered ships county Dishwashers Porters
cently. She is employed as an
Entvrod os Second Clot Matter, August 9, 1927,at the Past and plans to bring them here. instructor in sp cial ,educa Gas Station Drivers
OffIce Miami Florida, und. the of March 8 1876 has also promised to Hotel & Home
t_______at_ ___-__ ____>____>r> _act> l __>_ ,M The Federal government pay time We Appreciate Molds
the, Dade School system the sum of $600 for schoolingeach A 1954 graduate _of Middle- Your
t Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Avnu Phone OX 1042 of the 300 Cuban children now registered. The ton High School, Tampa, Fla., Business'

+ "CREDO 'OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The school board: is asking for $14 million to reimburseit she majored in pscychology at
NEGRO PRESS bllv.ii that AmerIca can best lead the Cubans. Tennessee A&I State Univer- OOj
for incurred in teaching FR 9-8382
past expenses
th* world from racial and national antagonism whon It accord sity, Nashville, graduating in
to every man regardless of race, cracd or color his Recognizing the economic situation brought on by 1959. : J.n'
toman onjl legal rights.,Hating no mart, fearing no' -non-trio the admission of so many refugees, the Community Re- c .1 H.E. 5th StreetWOOLWORTH'S
*.<.gro Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that lations Botut), Bishop James L. Duncan, chairman,has .
.It ..n are hurf'es long as anyo. Is held back. -
been giving the matter serious consideration.
Well, it's an act of Christianity to help those in
THANKSGIVING need. At the same time, let us not forget that after all,

Thursday is Thanksgiving Day. We are therefore the burden must fall upon the taxpayers, and it is

ndeavoring_ to bring you the Miami Times on that day. hard paying taxes with employment. r

Thanksgiving Day, as is well known, was instituted -
by the Pilgrims to give thanks to God for their sur- URBAN LEAGUE'S DINNERLast

vival. It is a holiday in the United States, observedthe Saturday evening the Greater Miami Urban

fourth Thursday in November. League held its seventh annual Equal Opportunity din-
Special services are held at most of our churches. ner at the Everglades hotel.
picnics, dinners, in fact amusements of all kinds are Eight hundred Miamians dined and enjoyed musicale

the, order of the day. selections by Mrs. Anna M. Balaban, Mrs. Barbara Key
J Ye Editor wishes one and all happiness throughout and Mr. Baldwin Hepburn. Presiding was Lt. Col.
the day. Regrets he cannot extend such a wish to the Claude Clark, president of the League.

turkey! The invocation was given by the Rev. H. E. S.
..' Reeves, and presentation of the Proclamation was
Who drives the horses of the sun
made by Mayor Chuck Hall.
Shall lord it but a day; Awards were presented by Senator Harry P. Cainto e
Better the lowly deed were done, '
Mrs. Charles Finkelstein, Rev Theodore Gibson.
And kept the humble away.
f Burdines and WCKT Television Station.

i The rust will find the sword of fame, Mrs. Louis Glasser, chairman of the Equal Oppor-
The dust will hide the crown; tunity Day Dinner, gave the welcome address, and the 1 r
I Ah none shall nail so high his name Rev. Thedford Johnson, the benediction.The .
Time will not tear it down. speaker for the evening was Charles S. Wil-

son, Special Assistant Attorney General, Technical
The happiest heart that ever beat Assistance Program, State o f Was in some quiet breast, Mr. Wilson said_Florida is the only Deep Southstate

That found the common daylight sweet in which every school board is in compliancewith I
+ And left to heaven the rest. the 1964 Civil Rights Act. This means only that

the Federal government approved plans submitted by i
John Vance Cheney the state's 67 county school boards.

In spite of tumult and war, all of us have good Implementation of these plans is another thing. .
seasons for being thankful. While Florida's school boards have won Federal appro-

val this year, the U. S. Office of Education may stiffen
1- requirements next year. >f
DRIVE CAREFULLYThis Mrs. Louis Glasser has been elected chairman of
the League for the coming year. II
short article might well have had some other / As
caption, but because of the number of accidents we
are having, some of them fatal, we think the caption < ..x'S
will do. former vice-president, Henry Wallace died on + t
It is well that drivers take note that traffic viola- November 17 in South Salem, N.Y., at the age of 77.
tors will receive harsher punishment. At present driv- Funeral services were held at St. Stephen's Epsi-"
+ ers exceeding the speed limit by ten or less miles are copal Church. The body was taken to Bridgecourt, Con- allowed to send guilty pleas and $10 fines to the court. necticut for cremation at Mountain Grove Crematory. 5| a
All out-of-town drivers cited for traffic violationsmust The ashes will be returned to Iowa for interment at I

post cash bonds. Drivers' licenses will no lon- Woodlawn Cemetery on Tuesday, Nov. 23. tJf '

be accepted as collateral for in court.
ger appearance .
This change becomes.effective December 1. '1 ctG l i ifBJ
Judge Thomas O'Connell said the speeding ordertfas I
prompted by the number of speeding citations and ""-
the rising number of accidents caused by speeding.
Drive carefully. The life you save might be your
own or a member of your family.
Drivers may still make improper turns and pass im From diapers to diplomas-- s
properly on the right and pay their fines by mail. Theycan Your children look to you for support and
educotion. .
also pay off-parking tickets and citations for .Nr.k9
faulty mechanical equipment or failing to have auto inspection Here is where LIFE INSURANCE can give
certificates through the maUlCO..ENDABLE help you need.ft' "i HI mmnmn K&O"-.-,, .


I Commendation goes to State Attorney Richard
Gerstein who has proposed four new laws to protect
Speaking to a joint interim committee of the Legislature -

: investigating practices of the home improve Me will assist you in working our a program
melt, remodelling and repair industry, Gerstein said that will
there is a need for state laws to make it a felony for guarantee that your dreams for your LB.
to offer his services children will come true.
any person as a contractor who is r
not licensed by the local building and zoning board. Tt>e CENTRAL offers very attractive Modern 6

All home improvement or remodelling contractorsare [Policies to fit your particular needs up to the oz.
to be bonded.
Building permits should be withheld amount of $50,000.
until a notice of commencement has been posted on the
homeowner's property. WHOLE LIFE ENDOWMENT BOXHere's

The Mechanics Lien Law passed in the 1930s to EDUCATIONALMORTGAGE gpprn P

protect suppliers and sub-contractors, has forced many REDEMPTION TERM a buy you won't want to miss! Delicious
homeowners to pay twice for a home improvement project. RETIREMENT HOSPITALIZATIONHEALTH pieces of mouth-watering goodness are a favor-
Lending institutions financing home improve- ite of everyone. Made with the
ments or additions,will distribute the funds among sub finest ingredients only very
contractors.It AND FAMILY GROUP PLAN kitchens to they're fresh from the candy
is pointed out that often a homeowner contracts you. Rich, creamy coatings of choc-
with a builder to add a Florida room in his house. He Central Life Insurance CO. olate are lled with luscious liquid centers.

mortgages his home and pays the full price. USE OUR FREE LAYAWAY

4' The contractor, however, doesn't pay for the lumber Of Florida PIMINI AVAILA', IN MIAMI. MIAMI MACH' CORAL GAILlS
and the firm goes out of business. The unpaid "THE FRIENDLY COMPANY" HOMESTEAD, HOLLYWOOD end WEST HOLLYWOOD

lumber company can force the homeowner to pay for the HOME OFFICE \N
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1265 NW 71st Terr was mar- tiny pearls and earrings to wv' ;
ried .to A/C Leroy Taylor of match. Mrs. L. Taylor wore a SatuAdat), Dccembe/t/ 4, 1965
Opa Locke in an impressive white carnation corsage.
w double ring ceremony at, the Mrs. Helen Stephens, a IN THE ELEGANCE OF THE ;
home of Mr. and Mrs.George cousin and the matron of honor ORCHID AND CANADIAN ROOMS
Merchant, NOV. 6 at 11 a.m. wore ablue brocade ballerina
The Rev. S. A. Cousin-i length dress and a hat of small HOTEL ALCAZAR
Greater Bethel A.M.E. Church flowers. .
solemnized the marriage. Serving as best man, A/C 500 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
The beautiful bride, a 1959. James M. Brown< and A/2C
graduate of Northwestern Sr. Vernon Ford of Langley AFB, tO OUttC 2 A. uU. 9,, omoQCf
Y High School and Morris Brown Virginia.
College, Atlanta Ga. is' now Master John W. Lester, Jr. ance: gOftoUOl2.00' Dining by CQeekvOUOlSCP !
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standing women of our time and for her leadership and
dedicated service. The presentation was made by Mrs. '.t'.1'. 1 "ft
Inez Kaiser, Jr. Walter Thompson Company Special
Market Consultant-Seven-Up, on behalf The Seven-Up
Company, St. Louis, Missouri. It was presented duringthe
LENA Luncheon at the Sheraton Park Hotel in r
Washington, D. C., where Miss Lena Horne was guestof
honor, launced the life membership campaign for the
organization, and introduced her new book off the
press, entitled "Lena," to more than 200 outstandingwomen
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A few weeks back I mentioned that Bo Anderson

local show promoter, would be bringing in some big y ., M rj
shows. Well, he has such a show for the official Orange f

Blossom Classic Dance at Dinner Key Auditorium, Sat. _

Dec. 4. Bo will present Little Jr. Parker, Carl Brice, & *

Joe Hinton and his 10-piece Band, along with the j ti
FAMU Dance Band, plus

the Chantel1s, Miss Lavell,

The Marvettes Jimmy

Woods, Sam & Dave, Them
Two & The Polka Dots. I 1rt
There will also be a teen- t

age matinee dance from 4 tc

7 p.m. and no alcoholic be- 1

verages sold during the ma- '

tinee dance. For the even

ing dance, for the adults- .- III i I ,
therewlllbe _500__ free___ tables_ __ TOPS HOLD TORCHThe Sitting (left to right): Cher- Shirley Parker, welfare chair Conscientiously aiding I
ryl Dullard, sargeant-at-arms, these 30 high school girls in
and take JOB HINTON >(
you can your own National Sorority of Yvonne Tillman, treasurer; man.Third row:. Paula Wyche, developing their personalities i:.
joy juice. Thisshowand dance starts at 11 p.m. until Phi Delta Kappa, Alpha Delta Rosa Roberts, vice.president; program chairman; Oracle Sid and academic abilities is Al- '
the wee hours of the morning. This looks like a wholelot Chapter, presented its third Sharon Ashley, president; Ann ney, Oeraldine. Robinson, pha Delta's Youth Guidance .
of entertainment for a little bit of money, with act- Tops. Confirmation Ceremony Ava Ashley, secretary; Ginger Frances Reed, Sandra Jen- Committee. Members are Mes-
ton like this I don't see how Bo Anderson can miss. Thursday, Nov. 18 at the Givens, dean of Preparatory ,Jacqueline Branch, Gloria dames Elosie B. Brown, Mildred
Church of the Open Door. members; Lewanzer Lassiter, Parker, Evelyn Fisher and Clarke, Myrtle Bullard,,,,
Thirteen preparatory mem reporter. Barbara Barrett, junior coun- Geneva Collie, Pauline I.
bers were confirmed. Seven Second row: Aletha Scrog- selor.Not Cooper, Ellen V. Heidt, Helena -
teen Tops including eight gins, Mary Alexander, Clone shown are Clementine Holton, Enid C. Johnson,
PRETTY GIRL OF THE h charter, members welcomed Manson, JoAnn Fisher, mem- Alexander, Alvita Brown, Gloria Ida K. Sidney, Hazel S. Sim-
WEEK: Cynthia Knowles, them into the club. Below are bership chairman; Joyce Roux, Johnson, Diane Waters and mons, Constance Sandilands, ,
ass't to Dr. Albert Edwards.i. Qa names of Tops and prepara- Joan Ferguson, Savannah Haw- junior counselors Bethany and Lemmie W. Mitchellchair-'
; tory members as shown in the kins, Willie Mae Carter, Sha- Jackson, Bertha Sandi lands man. Mrs. Mary Lou Nixon is
picture above.Miamians. ron Salter, Katherine Bethel, and Fredericka Steward. Basileus. \\
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'4. I Miss Joyce Ellison of
Miami, a graduate of Miami ,
How much danger is involved to our children's Northwestern, and Miss La-
lives, when they are going to school in a certain part verne Farringtonof Hallendale,
of Brown Sub. I was on my way to work and noticed the a graduate of Crispus Attucks rt: t
High of Hollywood, were the
kids walking' in the middle of the streets.I believe the recipients of a $300 scholar- \.
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would be lessened if the would in Ji ,'J
danger county put ship in an essay contest sponsored \'
sidewalks.:, I suppose Neal Adams and George Kilpatrick, by the InternationalF. ".of-1: .
two of the Brownsville area leaders,will look into this A. Modern Masons, sponsored
by Sis. Jimmie L. Wil
matter with the county commissioners.Would liams.
Misses Ellison and Far-
like to welcome those who are interested in
ring ton entered Oakwood College
education to visit the EOPI office at 2741 NW 49th St. Huntsville, Ala. last
every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday at 7:30 p.m. September. Miss Ellison, an
for the new basic education classes. This entire English major; Miss Farrington I .
course is free; even those who have a high school edu- secretarial science. Both I $ '
cation are welcome. Maybe they too would like to takea minors in elementary educa-

refresher course. The way the world is today and the tion.Here's hoping that more THANKSGIVINQ BASKETS 5E1NG I DISTRIBUTED BY 0-N COMMITTEE .. .
way the future looks, education is the main factor of young people will take an Once again this year the kets loaded with wholesomefood as usual the baskets were distributed -
everyone's life. Even if a woman applies for a job as interest in this worthwhile Community-Wide Citizens Com and the traditional turkey county-wide. The i
project given each year by the mittee brought happiness and included. committee is dedicated to welfare \
she has have school education. EOPI I
a maid, to a high
International t".A. Modem joy to a great many families and uplifting of this com- < \
director of the Brownsville Center John D. Johnson, Mason's organization this Thanksgiving with bas This is an annual affair and munity's needs and pride. *
would welcome anyone from zero grade to 12th gradeto .
come and get this free education. You remember the
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ole saying free schools and dumb Reggins. Well we

chan change that to free schools and better citizens.

Bondu opens her club "The Pirate's Den" in the Ocea1 1

nus Hotel, Freeport, Grand, Bahamas Saturday. Star II
ring New singing sensation Jeff Addams and co-starring l

Chickie Horne Vocalist Billy Barns take to the spot ,

like in the Apache Lounge for a week .Al (Tree's) ,
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Hibbler is at the Eden Roc for week .Jack Cor- xo I
bett wants the ole Jameites to know that the club is in \

full swing again. George Patterson and Tina rae dan- I\ I\

cing on the Lucaya-Cruise Ship which goes to Freeport ) I

Daily. Leaving Alburns Dock every morning at 9 a.m. ; \

and returning to Miami by 11 a.m. .A. great voice to

be heard is Jack Prince at the Apache. He's too much. .
Other show stoppers are Peter Bouchard, the Dino De

Rose Trio and the Billy Warren Trio. Clvde Killens (IT "For My Man!!!
has a wing ding of a show for the Classic at the 'if >. ,:. .... .. .
Fiesta Room, Orange Blossom week end. With that

may I ,say Live Life Every Golden Minute of It .


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Jim Bishop Sends an Robert Brown Named to N.C.

Early Christmas Greeting College Board of TrusteesHIGH ALUE1 WMI( L

POINT N. C. Robert !i s ri.W. :,sTt r
Dear Friend: J. Drown president of B riandlf a't
Associates in High Point
Merry Christmas. I'm saying it early this year.Onlya & C
recently named by
N. C., was
beggar can anticipate Santa, and I'm a beggar, My N. C. Governor Dan K. Mooreto .
hand is out in the name of the children who are treatedat the Board of Trustees at Tuesday oftornoon. Wo go to press early this week U.
Variety Children's Hospital, especially those who North Carolina College in Dur cause of Thanksgiving. I hop. all of you .hove wonderful
and I know all of have much to be
holiday you
will not live to seethe dawn of December 25th. I thoughtit for.
ham.At becomes I have had such a wonderful year; first of all, I am tl
30 Brown onkful 1
would be nice if we could rig up a phony Christmasa years wonderful friends oil of
the youngest member of to have so many ; you have been (0
little bit earlier than usual. the Board of Trustees to ever nice to .me; I am thankful I for my business especially -
Phony? Well, not quite. Christmas is love and serve in this capacity in the thankful for my "One and Only," he has helped me In

Christmas is giving, so it is proper to have one at any history of the college. every way possible. All of you know how much he has d**
time. The little patients in their youth beds know nothing Born in high Point wherehe to Improve the Note. All of us hove something to be thankful
attended the public schools for. Let's take a few :minutes off to count our blessings
about this, of course. It would be cruel to tell Brown has attended Virginia I

them, and then find that not enough; people wanted to Union University in Richmond .
We hod a thing going on Saturday night- hod a boll along
give anything to make it merry. Va. and A & T College in with George and his lovely wife, Bubber, Liz, Johnny, and
Appeals like this come to my desk steadily. I'm Greensboro N. C. .rom his position with the s all their friend We all had a lucky day Saturday; if you know
sure you get them too. Instead of giving a bit little toa He has worked as a patrolman Treasury Department and returned -. what I mean.
for the High Point Police
number of charities I chose for to his hometown wherehe
great Variety a num- Department as a Federal Nar-
ber of reasons. One is that I went to the hospital and cotic Agent for the U. S. Trea- started his own public relations I am especially lukcy..Foots gave me my Christmas present

and saw the bright shiny faces. The second is that I sury Department in New York firm. He presently of that today. I really needed It 'cause my old car was reodyto
have four daughters-two full grown who cannot makeup City. servesx firm. as president give up. In the last week I hod been riding cabs more than I
their minds what color their hair should be, and two During 1960 Brown resigned had been driving.

adolescent pests who know all the questions and none INTERRACIAL MOTHERS a Committee was also appointed I hope all of you voted today.This will be a happy night
of the answers--and I am conscious of the fact that, i n MEET to select officers for the for everyone If Athalle Range wins. It was the responsibi.lity .
them, I am rich. As a father, a husband, as a writer, new L ear.The first meeting of of all of you to vote and make sure she wen the election
God gave me blessings which I do not deserve. The Interracial Mothers the Association was held at today.
The least I can do is to try to make the final Association Inc. of Dade the Washington Federal Bank
Christmas a cheerful one for youngsters who.have ask- County held' its first meetingfor Miami Beach at which 'time We are having a party In the Note Friday night. Don't
ed for nothing, not even life. That's why I'm saying the year at the beautiful recommendations from the miss the fun. It's an anniversary party. We'll tell you who
home of Mrs. Irene Pratt Wilder board were adopted. Those
for and what for when then.
Merry Christmas to you a bit early. You can say it- Saturday'at lunch time, Oct. who are interested in the lives we see you

1oudIy-to Variety Children's Hospital by sending a 16, in its first meetinf for the and betterment of our needy, Don't forget Monday night after six p.m. We have a special
check. year. For anyone to appreciatethe struggling young people are
price on our sandwlch-50 They are good!
beauty and elegance of asked to join and help with
good! good I We have barbecue ribs every night, so delicious
Sincerely, Mrs. Wilder's home, it must be this great work.
with our cold beer and chilled wines.
We were pleased to have

Jim Bishop seen.The meeting was called to the president, Mrs. Emma H. Love and kisses to all of you from Foots, Bill, Mary,

Send contributions to: Jim Bishop, Variety Child order by the vice president Sweeting present who has Betty, I va, Jerome, Sugar, Little Buddy, Chubby, and Yours
ren's Hosptial Development FundCongress Bldg., 111 Mrs. Marian Lerner. The sum- been ill for some time. Truly. Look for me next week In the Times. I'll be looking

N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami, Fla. mer the secretaryMrs.activities were Marian reported Mul-by Mrs. Ann Coleman Reporter for you this week In the "Note". .. ..ELINOR

drow and the financial
..... reportwas
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/1 ,-. virs. Wilder. SKIN DISEASESA lights of the production is the
: .:, .\ .MiAMiTIES; ADS ';.0 !.! Since this is the last term new approach to treat EARL GRANT BOTH SINGIN famed spiritual songstress,
: ';: < : for Ernestine Platt who is ment and medication basedon Mahalia Jackson. It is Miss
,; : :' ,'t < sponsored by the Interracial FILM CLASSICTwo Jackson who sings "Troubleof
,. $RING RESULT."S specialized blood and
Mothers Assn. at the Dade
I '.. The World" during the elab-
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., :.f< .....<... "*"'v'* ..... ." __-..'., -_;( ,A't >oIt County Junior College, a com- laboratory tests. Also general heard-anJ one song of them orate funeral services for be
y t -(: '. ::. a .. mittee was appointed to se- ) practice. seen as well- in "Imitation of loved "Annie" in the movie.
lect another boy or girl from DR. ,H. HAAG Life"Universal's new version The new version of "imi-
Northwestern High School for tation of Life" brings Lana
of the famous Fannie Hurst
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Life Insurance the Libcity Drivein. Dee Dan O'Herlihy Robert
Unseen but very much heardis Alda Juanita Moore and Miss
Decca star Earl Grant who Kohner in the principal roles.
UNITED EDUCATORSLIFE FR 4-6114 24 HOURS does the title song. Die picture is in color and
Also singing in the pictureand was produced by Ross Hunter
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J. E. Jenkins, pastor Rev. I. C. Mickins, pastor
--- Sis. Ruby Lee Carr
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Three Usher Board wish to
I9I reached another milestone by
thank all who participated on
observing their church's. 53rd
ANTIOCH BAPTIST their anniversary program. anniversary. BEREA BAPTISTRev.
Special thanks to all the singing -
All day the spirit ran high J Toles, pastor
3330 NW 213 Terrace groups and visiting ushers beginning with the morning >
also special thanks 1520 NW 79th St.
Opa Locka r to those service we' were very fortu

Rev. A. H. Essix, Pastor who could not be present, but sN nate in having as our speakerour The Lord is blessing us

You are cordially invited to M sent donations. Also special own Mrs. I. G. Pratt Wilder here at Berea and we are ask-
thanks to Rev. W. E. Sims for who is clerk of the church and friends
attend our annual Woman's Day ing our many to pray.
Program, Sunday, November I I preaching the anniversary sermon only surviving charter mem for us.

28. and he was accompanied ber. She delivered a most i irf- The pastor brought both

.Morning speaker, Mrs. Bertha 1: by his ushers and choir along spiring message which was message on Sunday.On .
with others from his church.
Smith; evening speaker, enjoyed by everyone. We were Sunday, Nov. 28 at 3
Mrs. Maggie M. Green. Friday, Nov. 26 at 8 p.m.
also honored to have as our p.m. the Deacons and Deaconesses -
The residents of Carol City the Youth Department will ; t.:. and New Liberty Gardens are begin its anniversary with various t ,.. ; Victoria Ward chapter 86, Or- their i first anniversary

invited to worship with us I choirs participating. j I J'..... der of Eastern Star. Rev. Solomon of St. Paul Bap-;
each Sunday.Mrs. also o.i sunaay at 3 p.m. with '. ,
At 3 p.m. the Rev. P. S. tist Church of New Liberty
Mary Armstrong, Chairman various choirs. The directress MRS. ROSCELLA LEVERITY Brown and his wonderful con- City will be the guest speaker.
; Mrs. Neatie Roberts, Co- I Sis. Gussie Wright and the en-
gregation from Mt. Tabor Baptist
chairman. tire Youth Department, extend -
MRS. MAYBELLE ANDERSONNext The women of Ebenezer M. Church rendered a grand
log a cordial invitation. BETHLEHEM BAPTIST
Sunday is our Woman's Church will observe their an- and glorious service which

GRACE PRESBYTERIAN i Day. Come and be with us. We Special get well wishes to ;nual Woman's Day on Sunday, paved the way tor Ute evening 1745 NW 58th Street
our sick. Come to church *
6895 NW 14th Avenue have a great speaker for that and have faith lifted. ;Nov. 28. The women of the worship. For this service we Rev. Oscar West, pastor

Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor morning in the person of Mrs. your church, under the leadershipof were blessed to have the Rev. The church was really happy
the chairman, Mrs. Bernice H. W. Moss and his faithful
J. Williams
thanks for the 'Maybelle Anderson of New to see Deacon Q. -
We give Carey, have worked to make congregation motor from New worship after his
Providence Baptist Church. back in
events of the church in which ZION HOPE BAPTISTRev.
find ourselves engaged: Come and hear her. At 3 p.m. this day an outstanding one. Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Flor- illness in the hospital. May

we The successful Thanksgiving there will be a panel discussion Paul Freeman, pastor Mrs. Roscella Leverity will ida City. All in all the day you continue to improve.
Elizabeth Jackson, reporter 'speak at the 11 a.m. service. was a success' spiritually Parents send,
out of the Bible. The please your
baskets project;the mem- and financially. We are
every The services for last Sunday I Mrs. Leverity is an instructorat ever
will be child children to Sunday
'evening speaker a cutprise. or
ber the Thursday morning -
canvass; all
were wonderful all I < Floral Heights Elementary grateful to our wonderful
service Come and hear her. daylong 'School because this is where
Thanksgiving Day ; The Rev. Carment of Ft. School, a member of St. John friends and the faithful mem-
Come and make this learn God's word. Let'sshow
the service that we rendered help us they
bers of Mt. Olivette.
Lauderdale] 1 Baptist Church and ardent
the day a great success. Visitorsare out how thankful for
last Monday evening at St. we are
Sunday the Youth Choir will
his soul] and Rev. Freeman'worker in our community.
] _
Church-all these
Paul A.M.E. i always welcome. Rememer their being able to worship as we
be observing second an-
activities fill our hearts with < the sick and shuttns and preached Sunday night. The .. please.
is ,.' niversary at 11 a.m. The guest
pastor asking all membersto ;
gratitude. I those who have lost some of '.. There i i. a dinner sale at
be Mrs. Irene
Also, we are grateful that their loved ones. attend their weekly meet- 753 NW 52nd St. Sis. Ida John-
the anniversary spirit spills ings. Don't forget to pray for Brown of New Bethel Baptist son's home.
over into the season of Thanks- the sick and shutins. Church. Soloist for the morn-
giving and Christmas.We MT. SINAI BAPTIST CHURCH The No. 2 choir is having t ing will be Leslie Thomas. At

of Grace wish you ahappy Hallandale] Florida its anniversary on Sunday at ... 3:30: p.m. a musical program MT. TABOR BAPTIST
Thanksgiving holiday, and Rev. William H, Butler] pastor 3 p.m. and everyone is invited. featuring youth'choirs from
remember: You are always warm- Sonja Yvonne Butler] reporter The pastor is extending a various churches in the city Rev. P. S. Brown, minister
ly welcome with us. will Refreshments will Dessie
warm welcome to all our visitors appear. Crockett, porter
--.-" .- -- God has poured out His and friends. be served. Please come and The Deaconess Board cordially
blessing son Mt. Sinai. help make this a siccess. < invites you to its sec-

MT. SINAI BAPTIST CHURCH In the Book of Malachi, ST. MARY'S W.M. CHURCH I ond Friends Day program Sunday -

God said try me and see if I Nov. 28 at 3 n.m. .
698 NW 47th Terrace will Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor '"
not the windows of
open CALVARY The BTU Family is asking<,
CALENDAR TEA A SUCCESSThe Heaven for you and pour down Dorothy Major, reporter the enti 6
membership to
women of Mt. Sinai presented for you an overwhelming bles] 'h Services werfc. inspiring.on ." Rev. S. Atchinson, pastor port their Seasonal Rally sup ...
sing. lUSt aunaay. Missionary Marshall ------ Constance Carter, reporter
a very elaborate calen- which terminates the second
delivered the MRS. WALTON Y. ROBINSONThe
dar tea on Sunday past on be- Yes, the Lord did just that morning The No. 1 Usher Board i Sunday in December.
half of our annual Woman's message. pastor delivered evening speaker will would like to their
,on Sunday as He came in many the night service. express Say a special prayer for
Day drive. Decorations and ways to help the members in The male chorus be our own Mrs. Walton Young gratitude to everyone who the sick and shutins.
programming were excellently their second annual Woman's furnish will Robinson. Mrs. Robinson is helped to make their 30th
displayed and enjoyed by all !Day program. Mrs. Mary Sutton morning and at well known for her charm and anniversary a success. We
the many, many friends that of Liberia, Fla. brought a will observe next Sunday.its Pulpit Aid eloquence. She is a member were spiritually as well as HELP NEW JERUSALEM
attended. anniversary of many civic and fraternal organizations financially blessed.
Chairlady Bessie i message that will long be re- Sunday Again we
Bethune and the entire Mt. i membered. She really warmedthe in Dade County.She say many thanks for your cooperation -

Sinai family express sincere hearts of all with her dynamic is principal' of A. L. Lewis Former members of Shiloh

appreciation to everyone for i message. SHILOH BAPTIST Elementary School. Missionary Baptist Church of

the very fine support extended. The members and friends We are extending an invita- :!ST. MATTHEW GEGaVES Ft. Lauderdale, which was

And now for the grand Day: v were again spiritually fed that Rev. A. M. Griffin, pastor tion to all to worship with us I CASH PRIZES destroyed fire, have organ-
Nov. 28: evening with another moving Sis. C. M. Myles, reporter on Sunday and hear both of ized the New Jerusalem Baptist

Dr. Susie C. Holley, outstanding nessage delivered by Mrs. The No. 1 Choir will begin our dynamic speakers developthe The following named persons Church and are now hold-

educational and religious Willie H. Davis of Mt. Carmel celebrating their anniversary theme, "A Look at Ourselves I i and Lodge received cash ing services on Sunday at the

leader will grace the ]I Baptist Church of Miami. The Friday night at 8 with a mu- as Christian Women." II I|prizes from St. Matthew Lodge Lincoln Park Elementary

morning service as speaker nessage gave to all food for sical program. The celebration I 1 No. 670 F&AM PHA Masons. School on NW 10th Ave.

Mrs. Holley is a prominent t thought: May God bless bothof will conduce] Sunday evening NEW MT. MORIAH BAPTIST New Providence Lodge No. We are striving to build.

member First Baptist Church c these young women, Nov. 28 at 3 p.m. with 365, $50; Myrtle McDaniels, Would you please help us?
of Fort Lauderdale] and among Rev. Sims and congregation of Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor $15; George Hardy, $10; Henry Please don't turn us down.
her capacities of service she We wish to thank Kelly's New Hope Baptist Church following Evelyn L. Floyd, reporter Ferguson, $5, and A. C. Pat- God bless the cheerful giver.We .

is presently first vice president I- 'Chapel] of Miami, Kerr Memorial the service dinner will Services Sunday began with 'terson, $2. are authorized by the

of the Women's Conven-I' of Perrine, Mt. Pleasant be served. Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. At The officers and members Chamber of Commerce to soli-

tion, auxiliary to the National 'Methodist of Opa-locka and Bible] class every Thursday 11 a.m. and 6:45: p.m. both 'wish all a very happy Thanks- cit funds.

Baptist Convention, U.S.A., 'Ebenezer of Miami for the wonderful night at 8 p.m. We're looking messages were delivered by giving and a prosperous future. Please and donations to

Inc. < way they responded tour forward to seeing you. the pastor. We had five persons Atlas Turner, Secretary Rev. F. W. World, "'5880 NW
Culminating what is hopedto <> call. All the friends and to join the church with Alexander Lucas, Jr., Wor 14th Ave., Miami, phone 757-

be the greatest Woman's 'churches of Hallandale as wellas two for baptism which will be shipful Master. 0227; Mrs. Alice Wright 2108

Day in our history, a panel the business organizations GREATER NE'.V' MACEDONIARev. Nov. 28 at 9 a.m. We also had NW 8th St., Ft. Lauderdale] ,

discussion, "Responsibilities 'that: came to our aid, we extend Roscoe Jackson, pastor an after service program in CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH phone 581-5319; Mrs. Cora

and Challenges of Christian ': thanks and gratefulnessto Willie J. Beard, reporterOn behalf of our project in Back. WEST HOLLYEOOD Miller c/o Mrs. Alice Wright ,
Women" will highlight the ': you. The Bethany Singers were at 2108 NW 8th St., Ft. Lauder-

evening' service. last Sunday afternoonthe the r best. We enjoyed the Rev. E. J. Clark, pastorOn dale; Mrs. Idella Washington,

Genera] Chairman Mrs. ST. PAUL ME CHURCHRev. Ushe /'s Federation Asso- song service. We want to thank Sunday all roads will 642 NW 22nd Road, Ft. Lau-

Ruth Spann, Rev.Thomas and ciation held their Second an- the Bethany Singers for sucha lead to Central Baptist. The derlale, LU 3-3983.
congregation cordially invite T. C. Kelley Jr., pastor i niversary at Macedonia. Rev. soul stirring song service. seventh annual Men's Day will

the public to worship at "The Mary Rawls, reporter 'Coes, pastor of Mt. Zion M.B. Those who were absent really be Sunday at 11 a.m. The TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCHThe

Church with the warm welcome ] We wish to thank our many Church, Ft. Lauderdale] was missed a treat. We had 11 a.m. speaker will be Rev. Lester

." members and fri ends who help the speaker. His choir and Thanksgiving service with the Albert] of the House of Albert. Improved Pallbearers
usherboard was also Rev. Mozell and Lodges will hold their annual
ed to make our Woman's Day a present. congregation Central's men choir will
CHURCH OF CHRIST big success both spirituallyand we wish to thank all the visit- worshipping with us. We area sing. The evening speaker Thanksgiving Services Sun-

(SCIENTIST) financially. ,Our chairmanMrs. ing usher boards that were ]1 so thankful for God has will be Rev. Arthur Jackson, day, 2:30 p.m. at Temple] The

1600 NW 54th Street Patsy McClendon] along present. been so good to us. We arc'associate minister of Gethse- message for the occasion will
with our co-chairman, Mrs. On Sunday afternoon, the going with our pastor Fridayto mane Baptst Church, west be delivered by the Rev. Harold

The divine protection givento Alma] Carter, wish to express Missionary Society will ob Antioch baptist Church to Hollywood. The men chorus Brown, and choir No. 1

David in his fight with Goliath their sincere thanks to each serve their Third Anniversary render service. will sing at 3 p.m. Ralph] will sing.

and later his safety from and everyone of you for making Rev. Gallon from New Hope Members and friends please Clark is in charge of young Parents are asked to send
the jealous rage of King Saul this day possible.Our will be the speaker. Sis. Cora don't forget No. 1 choir's rummage men. Bro. James Strachan, hearse children on time to ret

will be included in the lesson- sincere thanks goes Pittman is president. sale at the church Sat chairman, Joseph Clark co- for the Christmas pro-

sermon this Sunday at Chris- out to our morning speaker, .- -- urday, Nov. 27FROPHET chairman. gram. Members of both choirsare

tian Science Ancrement The Mrs. Dana Dorsey Chapman j ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCHBROWNSVILLE urged also.to attend weekly rehearsal

subject is "Ancient and Modern who delivered a most inspiring YOUNG MATRONS

. Necromancy alias Mesmer- message. ( ) DENNISSee ANNIVERSARYYou

ism and Hypnotism( Denounced. To 'Rev. J. W. Stephenson, pastor
our many parents, Prophet Dennis
." Mrs. M. Watkins, reporterTo Algiers La. for from are invited to attend ST. JAMES AME CHURCH
please bring your child or quick help on the
invited to attend Anniversary of the
All are Young
at children tcChristraasj practice our many friends and all problems.God is able. Read Matrons on Sunday, November The pastor is away attend-
services Sunday morning Friday at 4:30 visitors the church will have 1st Samuel 9:6; Amos 3:7.
and every p.m. at 28, at 4 p.m. at Bethel Aposto ing conference in Fort Lauderdale -
11:00. Wednesday at 0:00 which the church. We would like to 1 its dedication services on Sunday Success,happiness or financial lic Temple] 2310 NW 58th St. Services will be car-
to use our reading room try and have the very best I Nov. 28 at 3 p.m. Th. help. Guest speaker Rev. rle4 br "
Ira on Rev. Roddy in his
is to the public Monday c
open for 0. W. Foster of Ebenezer Come to Prayer Room 1430 McCall Sister .
(Christmas play your enjoy-1 Rev. ; ThelmaWallace absence
and Friday' 1-3, Wednesday 6 NW 71st St.Miami this Sunday 1.The No-
Fla.] Phone
to 7:45 p.m. I'ment, so please send them out. Baptist. Church in charge." 691>4708. president; Mother Doris R. vemberites will aslo report '
Akins, pastor. on this Sunday. ;Jin


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THE ,MIAMI TIMES, Friday November 26. 1965 11

.. ..... Phil Ossofer
Today a few thousandyears
after man had given up >P
the sacrifice of flesh upon the
P. altar of God, some men have V ] i.1:
put a match to themselves as
n ;.. a sacrifice to end war. Thesemen
apparently were sincerein
their beliefs.If V.b .
such action would truly I'I It '
stop war, I am sure that many Y
people would gladly make the G'i

supreme sacrifice. Personally f
I feel that the only way is to i
sacrifice our lives by living a I
spiritual life. This alone will
bring permanent peace. God
does His works on earth throughpure
channels who live here.
Instead of burning the body
that vehicle in which the soul
progresses on earth,man is admonished -
through the Holy
Scriptures to bum away the
veils ofself in order become
a channel for God's works.
fig (" .not as I will, but as
Thou wilt." Matt. 26:39.: )
It is only through God's
Messenger, who is like a re-
,._- finer's fire (Malachi 3:1,2): ,

LOLA FILANA wants to be a "female Sammy that away the, forging fire of man self into'is burned a tool See and hear Rev. James Cleveland and the Cleveland Singers of Los Angeles

)avis." Veteran showbusiness observers agree it's capable of fashioning that Cal, the Mighty Clouds of Joy of Los Angeles and the Caravan Singers of Chicago,
.ossible. and likely. Lola guests on NBC Television long-promised Kingdom of Friday, November 26 at 8 p.m. at Miami Northwestern Senior High School, 7001 NW I

etwork's "Hullabaloo" colorcasts Monday, Nov. 15 Heaven on earth. 12th Avenue. Tickets on sale at North's Travel Bureau, Toback's Grove Pharmacy,
tnd 29.LASSIC. Fire is the answer but Ernest's Record Shop and Pratt's Cleaners, Friday, November 26.
only the fire with which the

PARADE ROUTE line Nov. 29, contact W. J. Christ baptizes us.(Mat. 3:11): .
man of the Committee was unable -
Through Him will the chaff of ABC Camera PHYLLIS WHEATLHY CLUB
NOUNCED Stirrup at HI 4-0478 or 377- to actend because of illness -
self be burned away within us,
THANKSThe and a speedy recovery is
The Orange Blossom Com- 3891.Booker until only the wheat of the
T. Washington High Get Local ViewCamera hoped for her. Mrs. Wilhemena,
ttee will sponsor one pa- School will" serve as head- love of God remains. Then we Phyllis Wheatley Art Sands, president.
de this year on Saturday, will burn with the fire of love men and represent- and Social Club wishes to
for the bands while
ec. 4.With. quarters for our fellowmen. We can love atives from American Broadcasting thank all members friends and
the theme for this Dixie Park will be the assembly -God only if we love all manEma.Tor'i.if Company (ABC) visit- participants on the musicaltea SOUTH DADE NEWS
uar's parade, "The Role of area. a man say I love ed Culmer Center last week, program who made their
duration in the Great Socie- Starting at 12th St. and 3rd God, and hateth his brother, to record for its viewers reports tea a huge success at the MT. MORIAH CHURCH NEWSOn
Ave., south on 3rd Ave. to he Is a liar: for he that lovethnot the sub-
the committee is attemptg from members of New Covenant Presbyterian Sunday night, Nov. 21
10th St., east on 10th St. to his brother whom he hath
to raise the standard ofe committees of Economic Opportunity Church on Sunday Nov. 14. the sermon was delivered by
2nd Ave., south on 2nd Ave. seen, how can he love God
parade. There definitelyill Program as well as Especially do thank the Rev. Bowen. Our visitors
\\ not be half or non-decora- to Flagler St., east on FlaglerSt. whom he hath not seen?" (1- Central Business Association Vibrattes of Northwestern we High Mrs. Elcena Gordonof Perrine;

.J cars in the parade. Dead- to Biscayne Blvd. John-4:20. on the contemplated effectsthe School with Arthur Evans director Mrs. Elizabeth Fulger of Climax -

PAUL LA PIERRE SCHOOL influx of Cuban people will Them renditions were Oat was here for her
w4 have on the Miami Negro community beautiful and superbly done. son's marriage reception on
& CONCERT FRIDAY Thanks also to the many clubs Saturday night. Earl Fulgerwas
p11l The members of the Per- Reports and comments were which sent donations. Among wed to Miss Rebecca
NOW PLAYING forming Arts Society of the made by Mrs. Margartet Brown, local and out-of-town guests Thompson of Pensacola.On .
Paul La Pierre School of Musi- John Goldsmith Charles Lock- were Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Keal, the sick list: Mrs. Hat-
DRIVE-IN TNEATAE cal Arts are presently their hart (recently appointed rep- chairman of the executive tie Conley, Mrs. Albertha Williams -
annual 1965 Fall Concert this resentative of Gov. Burns to board Republican Party; Mrs. Hubert 'Williams. Let's
Friday evening to a private the EOPI program in the Miami Florence Michall Mr. and 'Mrs give them flowers while they
aIANA audience. The ultra-formal affair area), ZackElkin, the Rt. Rev. Jon Carlton, Mrs. Sarah Mc- can smell them.
is to be held in the Louis- Duncan Richard Weathers, White of Ft. Lauderdale and
, Philippe Room of the Fpn- William Wynn Mrs. John Oaks Mrs. Lightsey also of Ft. Lauderdale -
tainebleau Hotel. The formal Morris Abrams Jr. Charles C. .', Longhorn

1URNEQ format is a new policy with North was chairman. Mrs. Mary Lou Nixon, chair-

IONN GAhM t aANDRADEE this society and is a first in

,, ., every respect. |
08EAiI01 '
1 / Notice is hereby given 'I

VAN A MOORE that I, Eddie Hemphill who
was convicted in Criminal ,
.w'w.w.rrr IACKSON Court of Dade County, Florida ft
.p. y / I f at the February term thereof 'r't t

..w..wt A RE-RELEASE UNNERSAL \ I A. D 1960 of the offenseof j
Aggravated Assault will ,
apply --fa' clemency to the I II

State Board of Pardons Tallahassee -
J.", . ) Florida at next
'4: t n>'n t) .ftiff ionWIGS"liiWIGSI'\" ', .' I
> '; regular meeting. J
: Signed: Eddie Hemphill
: _
t' i. $"" 'r>>; ,, ;; >
( :! j. "V iSJztt Jit" '
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n'I:1' I MIAMI, FLA.On Y --
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i Tkk. j-- ,, I Central 1965, Freight Grand ." make, model ,arid;,price

.ij( Furniture 1636 N.W.Sales 7th V 2; We will okay your loan quickly andwith, :: no red

.t : { Ave., Miami tape. Our loan ,.policy Is very liberal we want
adopted a resolution -
I to continue : to make loans. -
giving the V

'F.0118' ,; I people Broward of Dade, V 3. Interest can ,bear lowas '4%% on a hew car:, and

t.iI' a/' I other countl.lthe ndNof* Brovermon V payments. for as' long as 36 months-the lowest
/ best furni II I-
CanCAN h ture and bedding bargains in J I, payments sibje. We also make loans'on used
<' J the state. This is In spite of cars up to 5 years old. '
;/f /tI'I'. 'li I rising furniture and labor costs. ; '.
Carloads of famous brand
.< ffI bedroom, dining room and living
Buy. room suites, sectionals, LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK
sofas, chairs, ersin every -
style (Including French, ita-
BE BOUGHT ON TIME WITHOUT lian Duncan, rhyfe, ModernEarly to-U OF MIAMI
American, Danish
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I fered at a !great sacrifice. right here in the Edison Financial Center
{ << i; Also featured at unusually 6013 N.W.7th Avenue a Phone 7594431NOW
r I low prices are odd desks,
:'l ]j E"J. i,R" 'M" 'ER' ,< ; ,CZ1 ( dressers, china chests, breakfronts HOURS
:' :' : J'i/; t.>it: .>;: ., ( <: / <: : furniture. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9t30 am to 2 pm; Fridays 9:30 am to 2'pm
... ; : Remember, can buy all
+d" ; you
'c'r JJ",, 'f ''it> ...:r..6. 1700" "'' ''"'' '4 J tI' this gorgeous furniture cheaper and 5 p/n to 8 pm. Drive-in Window open Monday thru Friday 2 to 5 pm; Saturdays 9 to
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2''t' dlt Deliveries
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J. r,,;.,:, ,..,tf ,'.:''"". : ::, : ,: JI"V".iJ. Jay 8:30 In to the 6:30.world. Open to-I Member Federal Reserve System and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation111


12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, ,November 26, 1965 - - -

I CARDS N4 10RIALS DEATHS H.I Nassau I t---J--------l

NewsThe ,Bahama Governmenthas I I FOR BETTER.PICTURES.. : SEE .1.1ft.

-- t
IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSI RANGE. announced plans bedroom to build I .*'. . J I
I' 300 two and three I
wish thank friends L. Black, pio ;tf
In loving ofFRANK to my Frederick houses in a low-cost housing p i \ ',
memory and kind neighbors for their neer Miamian of 1229 NW 52nd project. The project will be :

Y 'M thoughtfulness and, deeds St., passed Nov. 17. Mr. Black .16,440 and $7980 respectively.The I .'!v'M' {'o f: Il.. I

shown me during my recent had lived in the Miami ,area weekly payment will be .,,:.; .."' -
sorrow in tho death>of my for many years. He is survived $14 and the site for the homesis I

. rFM' husband Henry Mitchell. by his wife, Mary, a retired on Blue' Hill Road and Har-

kindergarten owner and teacher old Road area. Peter Graham, DINNERS PARTIES WEDDINGS I
three sisters, Irene Edge-
; Minister for Labor and Hous-
combe, Josephine Haynes and ing, said applications are be- BABY PICTURES A SPECIALTY
brother William -
Carrie Black, a I
MEMORIAMIn ing Invited from persons Inter-
:niece? Muriel Saunders,, I
ested in owning their homes. .
--.--.- --. Services will be Saturday at.
Mrs. Joanna Coakley, 85, I td f. I
St. Matthews Baptist Church died at Fresh Creek, Andros, I i.SC.OQl1f'i; fi 1f
N. F. Clark
a --' p with the Rev. Octl 18. She is survived by

L. DAVIS rA officiating. two daughters, Mrs. Mary John- I' 21F it 'S i1 :

who departed this life Nov. 26 4 son, Mrs. Susan Jolly; three I ...!' '''." .. ,;1'
1964. Willie Cohen of 620 NW sons, W. F. Peter and Sam '' __.. #" :

There is no death although we 4th Ave., apt. 2, passed at Coakley, 29 grand children and I
grieve home Nov. 21. Mr. Cohen had
30 great-grandchildren.
When beautiful familiar forms lived in the Miami area for the 41********* St.
I 1186 NW
That we have learned to love last three years. He is sur- Jeanette John, a Haitian I

are tom vived by his widow, Mary, two living illegally on Grand Bahama -

From our embracing arms. daughters, Fairy Bell Payne was sent to prison for 12 635-4748

May his soul rest in peace, and Mary Knight, a son, Willie years on Oct. 18, for the fatal I----
and light perp tua. shine upon Cohen jr., three grandsonsa stabbing of Rosemarie Dar-< I J

him. YAt grand daughter, a sister and laine, another Haitian with I _ - -

Mrs. Mamie Davis, wife I two brothers, 7 great-grand- whom she shared "boyfriend"at
Mrs. Alberta D. Samuel children. There will be no Pinder's Point. The killing

Mrs. Olive Henry local services. occured on July 3 when Oar
Mrs. Marguerite Johnson laine attacked John with a I WORSHIP WITH YOUR FAMILY THIS SUNDAY

Oliver Manuel of 1732 NW slipper. The charge was reduced -

4th Court died on Sunday, Nov. to manslaughter.
CARD OF THANKSThe ..........
21. Mr. Manuel em-
was an
family of the late ployee of the Helmly Furni- The Ministry for Education, I
WALTER SUTTON ture Store. He is survived by on Oct. 19. gave its O.K. to a

ARTHUR BOOGIS who departed this life Nov. his widow, Ophelia, six brothers proposal to give 250 more

wishes to express its deepest 20, 1964. Marvis, Henry, James, scholarships to out Island Let Your Boy|

appreciation to their many Think of him faring on as dear Herbert, Wesley, Robert, three children to attend high schoolin I
friends and neighbors for the in love of there as love of here. sisters, Hattie Manuel, Eliza Massau. There are 190 Out

beautiful flowers, telegrams, Think of him still as the same, beth Andrews and Severia Her- Island students attend ng high 1 OPERATE HISOWNBUSINESS

cards, cars donated and other I say, he is not dead he's just ring, a cousin, Melvin Stubbs; schools in Nassau at present.
kind acts of sympathy shown away. There I '6&
other relatives.
many Fifty-five of them are on gov-
hour of sadness.
during our The Sutton FamilyIN will be no local services. ernment and private scholar-
Special thanks to Fr. Lam-
Final rites will be in Havana. ships. The students will be
bert Sands, the Rahmings Funeral -
free to attend the school of "
Home for the efficient ,
Elder Edward Meyers pass-
services rendered, the St.Mary's MEMORIAM ed in Memphis, Term." Nov. their choice. He cal started .
********** get ,
Chapter of the Episcopal 20. Elder Meyers was the pas- I
Greater Rudolph Pyfrom, Commis-
Church,' the
Miami Temple 769, the Everglades tor of the Walker's Temple sioner at Sandy Point, Abaco, for oily
Church of Ood in Christ whichis .
Council, the facultyand has been charged with steal-
located at NW 69th Terr.
staff of Orchard Villa ,, ,").. ing $6,860 government money
; ; and 17th A"e. He is survivedby
School and Mr. Ar- w'
Elementary '14L', ': "by reason of employment.
(" 'w"JPi"" his widow, Katie and other
thur Evans. The 42-year-old magistrate
,. I
: relatives and friends. Final
May God bless all of you. : ; was automatically suspemded
rites will be in Hammond, La.
., from his post. A preliminary
Mrs. Sybil Boggis I' ----
hearing has been set for Dec.
And FamilyIN Coley Lee Wallace of 5369 6. He is out on $1,400 bond. IN YOUR OWN NEIGHBORHOOD EACH WEEK
NW 24th Place died as the result -

of an accident on Sunday, ITS EASY! ITS FUN!
Nov. 21. Mr. Wallace is sur-

MEMORIAMIn vived by his wife, three sons. Here's how
90% of Capital
Rodney, Michael and Tyrone; ....

brother memory of our son and 4?" a daughter, Vanessa, his pa- First you buy 11 copies of the Miami Times for
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Royal Burden
h.v .., ..,. five sisters, Minnie Kel- Students Negro 99$. Sell them for 15$ a piece. You make 66$

log, Rosa Burden, Loisteen "Resegregation" in the profit. With this profit plus your original 99$ investment *
v White Ruth Marshall and Net-
schools of buy 22 more Miami Times. Repeat
t tie Conies, two step-children, Washington, D.C., you
many other relatives. Services has moved along with greater this process until you are Selling: 50 or more J

Saturday at the St. John Baptist speed of than the ever nation since officially the capital papers. When you are selling 50 Miami Times,
1963 desegregated 11 years ago. t you will make $3.00 profit for yourself each week.
March 1, 1890-Nov. 26, ----
More than
Rest eternal grant him oh God! Mrs. Arsula Watson of 5610 per cent
the public school students in
NW 23rd Ave., died Nov. 23.
Let a light perpetual shine up- Survivors are a daughter, Car- the District of Columbia are I CALL, WRITE OR VISIT OUR OFFICE

Negro, figures for the
new '1
on him. rie Stone and a son, Jimmie
school year show. More white I 6140 N.W. 15TH AVE. OX' 1.0421IIIlN"uIIIIIR"IaII"mI
Stone. Services will be heldat
Lillian Miller (wife) families with school-age
the New Jerusalem Holiness -
And FamilyRICHARDSON Church Saturday at a children have moved to the
suburbs or sent their childrento
time to be announced. Mother
Higgs will officiate private schools.

,.; ,.
William Sanders of 941 NW .
JAMES F. HINES 2nd Ave. died at the Southern
Mrs. Prescola Thompson, Convalescent Home Nov. 21. EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING ;'

who departed this life Nov. of 1966 NW 5th Court died on Survivors are a sister, Victoria At Reasonable Prices r.

30, 962. Nov. 16. She leaves to mourn Cittle of Macon, Ga. Ar- Quality Is our trade mark

The gate that leads us far her passing a son, William R., rangements are incomplete. SHOES SHINED AND DYED

beyondAll brothers, Rev. E. A. Cul-
two ------ torecover'your
earthly strife and careLies mer and H kace Culmer, four Bruce Wilson of 3245 NW Shoe Croft experts '
the shoes with fjte fabric of
at pathway's ending
grand children, Mrs. Billie 47th St. died Nov. 21. He is
And our Lord is waiting there of your dress. tJyelng of
Thompson, Lucy, Anthonyand survived by his parents. Mr.
To lead our loved one to a leather and fabric shoes
Lavina Thompson, Mrs. and Mrs. Thomas Wilson. Ser-
land of lasting peace and rest HEELS HALF SOLES
and there's solace in the Fredericka Stewart, four great vices Saturday. Bruce was 13 WE OFFER YOU
thoughtA grands, four nieces, Lillian months old. WHOLE SOLES

loving God knows best. McPhee, Ersa Culmer, Annie AL'S SHOE REPAIR OUR FRIENDLY HELPAt
Hugh and Elva Moncre. Ser- JOHN BARR DIES IN N.Y.
NW 7th
The Hines & McKenzie vices Saturday 11 a.m* at the John J. Barr, son of the 6020 any hour of the day or
Families Ebeneaer Methodist Church. (Opposite Lincoln Nat'l Bank)
late Albertha Barr Johnson,
AL WILLIAMS. OWNER night, we are here to
died Nv. 14 in Brooklyn, N.

Mrs. Rosa, Lee Williams of Y. He leaves to mourn his : x;. serve your needs in an

1787 NW 59th ST., died Nov. wife, a daughter, a mother, a 'F understanding No
CARD OF THANKS incomplete manner.
17. Arrangements are brother and sister four aunts

The family of the late and other relatives. Intermentin BE A NURSE'S AIDE i yr. r one has ever been denied

CLYDE CLARENCE National Cemetery. THE IDEAL SCHOOL FOR i b 77" our services. OX443

wishes to express its sincere I
,thanks and appreciation to all ; 2380 West Flogler Streejt .
Utnroltt{ Semortnl ark
Call for Information and f.rbrochur.1
friends and neighbors who "My Father fn Heaven, help/
\ 4444637 or '
I, were so kind and thoughtful me never to forget Thy love
during their bereavement. HAS Preferment plots of 8 grave spaces or less ; 443-9741 It, looks up to me in the

Special thanks is extended ALSO Immediate I single grave space Interment t Morning Classes beauty of the flower ."
Methodist Church 9 a.m. to 12 1
i to Ebenezer p.m.
Boxes and vault permitted
John Jowett
and to Range Funeral Home I Evening Classes '
for their excellent service. I Gates open 7 days for your convenience 7 to 10 p.m. 1 Oscar

May Ood bless each and everyone I' 3001 NW 46TH STREET NE 4-4197 REGISTER NOW FOR'N W : L. Range

of you. Home phones 1 OX 1.9199 CLASSES.
E. Johnson, Manager ,. .: ; Funeral Homo
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MIAMI TIMES, Friday November 26.. 1965 13

I\'S : : Couples: Run, drive or take
"l' ; I' .F. .1. E.jn'
\.t 5 or 14 to 233 NW 63rdSt. LONGHORN I
<, ; See lovely bedroom & eff. 502 N.W. 54th STREET Society Cab Office 269 N.W.

,-, ---- air cond. $17 to $19 wkly. 757-7674 21 st Street. Indf.
FOR SALE FOR SALE New- furn.-7511873.- Indf, I II I I J J M

-BS. 3 bedroom 2 bath, zoned Brand new 3 bedroom, 2 full Duplex Apt. Large one bed- Finest domestic and commercial -
for doctor, dentist, beauty bath, builders model, wall to room, Fla room, kitchen and jobs in this area.,
arlor, 4769 NW 17th Ave. wall carpet, drapes, ultra-mo. dining area, living room. Near -ALSO-
appointment.' Phone deco kitchen, reduced to Grandway. 1242 NW 51st Teff. Excellent domestic -

$85.380 downpayment.$15,750. Will take trade as 3108.Adults Unfurnished.Nice only. To see. call 633- now in New York openings and EDISON SpecialsTHESE

E-Z monthly.. If Connecticut.Transportationadvanced.
o Qualifying-Move Right In you really want the best deal :

bedroom 2 bath, CBS, onJ.W. in town call us today. Aetna rooms in private hoi.ct .
45th' St. Fla room, car- Realty, Broker, Phone: 757- .Some with private bath, from
rt, jalousie windows, 2 kit- 5724. Open Sat. & Sun. 811 NW $10 up. Call in person after 6 3 OPEN SUNDAY AFTER I P.M.
[hens with 2 stoves, 2 refri- 54th St. I p.m. 4758 N.W. 21st Avenue. r
erators. Can be used for 2amilies. ---
.-A bargain at $11,000 Carver..Ranches. 2-3 bedroom, HERE'S PROOF YOU'LL LOCATIONBeautiful 8285 NW I5TH AVENUE
ith $1,000 down and $87 CBS, $300 down. $79 month.
onth pays all. Life Realty, Large lot, no closing cost. LIKE OUR PRINTING: Home Lovely CBS homes. Almost new Terrazzo floors. Fla
Jroker, 4932 N.W. 7th Ave.L 887-9662. 443-8412-
> 9-431--pen Sunday,eves. 258 NW 39th St room, $250 down, FHA. Only $72 mo. pays everything.No .
bedroom Quality Job; Budget Price closing 'Vosts
CBS, $300 down.
4 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car
o Qualifying-Move Right In No closing costs. $79 month. garage, well)$ and pump,wall
No Job Too
bedroom, CBS on N.W. 36tht. Large lot. Phone 887-9662. Large or Small to wall carpeting, cundeck 1933 N.W. 89TH TERRACE
Large front porch, carport, Satisfaction Guaranteed and city sewers. Ideal for
eparate garage, carpeting, !large family or for those 2 lovely CBS houses on nlct corner lot. Being sold

Appliances, freshly painted in- Comer CBS, plus cottage carport and our customers come back! who like to entertain. See for FHA value. No closing costs. City water. First
ide and out. Price is $12,000ith patio, landscapped conv. It today or calla time offered
$1,000 down and $100 good buy, terms. 4700 NW 15 PL 7-6573 Owner
onth pays all. Keys at Life th Ct Miami Times
iealty, Broker, 4932 N.W. 7th Dec. 4 335 N.W. 43RD STREET
vet PL 94371. Open eves
Ind Sundays.No Something SpecialIf F0*ALL YOUR PRINTING NEEDS 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, enclosed garage, extra large living |
you have been looking for a area. I If you like to entertain, this is it. $12,000
prestige home, this is it. 590 is*
Closing Costs
total. $300 cash. FHA. No closing
NW 51st costs.
St. CBS, 3 bedroom, No QualifyingLarge
vely 3 bedroom home on 2ats CENTERV1LLA
fenced, enclosed front 2 bath, with 3rd V* bath in ,
utility room. Huge kitchen with KINDERGARTEN
rch, carport, large tiled kit- beautiful 4 bedroom, 2 bath
refrigerator and
hen, central heat, appliances 5861 N.W. 17TH AVENUE
stove. Kitchen all big corner file roof, laun-
formica. CALL
rice only $12,350 $350 do. DRIVE BY THEN EDISON:
bid $71 month, FHA. Life Central heat, spacious bed- CERTIFIED PERSONNEL dry room, close in, near down. No qualifying. $85
fcealty, Broker, 4932 N.W. 7th rooms, and huge walk-in-clo- schools, stores, buses. 6515 NW 2nd Ave $1,000
ye. PL 9-4371.Open Sundaysd sets. Living room and dining HOT LUNCHES $750 down. $13,600 total. Month. 1 mortgage
eves room are tremendous. Total PICK-UP SERVICE
price $19,000 will take CALL: 6318566ASSOCIATES 431 N.W. 58th St. Duplex. $400 down. FHA

est Location on NW,42nd St $4,500 cash down. A must see. REGISTER NOW 500 N.W. 42nd St. 3 bedroom, CBS, Corner

Jeautiful CBS, Fla room, in A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 NW 691-7796 OR 63o-3002
ront and another in back, 60th St. Call anytime. 751- RLTY.REALTORS 299 N.W. 43rd St. CBS, On corner

arport, jalousie windows, 2243. Mrs. R. E. Copeland, Sup, 289 N.W. 49th St. Easy terms
vail to wall carpeting, a fpliknees -
296 N.W. 51st St. Nice
immaculate inside and 1277 NW 32nd St. "- corner
put. A bargain at 10500. Total 11650. Only $350 do. 5001 N.W. 5th Avenue 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS

350 down and $65 month. and $87 month pays all. CBS 34 N.W. 50th St. 3 bedroom 2 bath CBS
-HA. Life Realty, Broker, bedroom large kitchen, SEWING MACHINE
932 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 94371. bedroom hrge, also Fla porch Consolidate your Bills

)pen evenings, Sundays.Our and utility room. 'Veterans Cleaned REPAIR and SPECIAL oiled Reduce your Payments WE ARE OPEN All DAY SAT. AND SUN -

Best FHA Buy only $100 down. Also Urban Adjust all tensions Lower your Interest BEING DISPLACED? $100 DOWN
Renewal people. Only $100
beautiful 2 bedroom CBS ex- down. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, Check motor and Control $1,000 ARE YOU A VETERAN? $100 DOWN
kra large Fla room, extra large 612 NW 60th St. Call anytime a Check all wiring Pay Back $20 Monthly
ront porch, extra large lot, 7512243. Change needle $2,000
eautifully landscaped ap Change'b.lt EDISON REALTY Realtors
liances. Price only $10,500 Pay Back $30 Monthly ,
I No Qualifying Work done la your ,
(350. down and $65". month.fe 1035 NW 35th St..Largo 2 bedroom Total cost . .$3.> $3,000
Realty, Broker, 4932 large Fla room, a lovely Pay Back $40 Monthly 175 N.W. 62nd St 751-2441
All work
.W. 7th Ave. P 1. 94371. well kept home. Requires guaranteed PHONES:
)pen eves, Sundays. Domestic Sewing Center
$1,200 down. Total .price
688-2TT5 688-2775
$12,500. This,is nice, call me J CALL 634-6242
|o Qualifying-Move Right In
to see. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor,
and new 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Realtor, 612 NW 60th St. Call. r .1\r i'Mtv J / :i t'f i } l J ff % :' '
BS, carport, terrazzo floors, % F-i..i.t
anytime 7512243. $j"W>')( "" } f 'L
irge modem kitchen, colored -- IW.. l :CHOICE f NW t)AREA>(ri t' [;i, <, "
r1-i' ;1:!
I > "li\ "
xtures in both bathrooms, DIRECT FROM < >< < fj '.
178 NW 58th Street OWNER < ; }&'&l\f' & 'X-' *? '!$(
ing windows, extra large Let ge 3 bedroom and \Vi bath, .ii, HOMES" i'OI" SAil > < {
3t. A bargain at $16,500 with completely furnished, also ':' ,. ; 4 ..: jI '
1500 down and '
| $120 month washing machine, and sewing LIKE NEW 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS
all. Must be !
ys seen Keyst
machine also elec. ironer.
| Life Realty, Broker, 4932 This is, a good deal. Total CBS, oak floors, carport, huge kitchen with tremen- We have the keys for all FHA-VA Resale

(.W. 7th Ave. PL 94371. price $10,000 and terms. A. dous closet space. 75 ft. lot. No FHA red rope. Move homes. Anyone can buy veterans or non-ve-

Ben-Kori Realtor 612 NW 60 right in. $1.000 down. See: 7025 N.W. 28th Avenue. terans. $100 down from $68 month, 2-3-4 bed-
AGE APTS. Sacrifice for
St. Call anytime 7512243.
cod down payment or cash. rooms, CBS, like new.

lee owner at 233 N.W. 63 St. No
QualifyingHave ----- ------- -----o3 -----
JO fum. units on city block.
large 2 bedroom CBS
[--- with huge beautiful Fla room. $300 DOM $58 MONTH bedrooms, 2 baths, carport like new, near
liberty Citv. 1176 NW 5RtV
Terr. Open Sun. 3 bedroom CBS Near Shells City, and just a Lovely CBS, 2 bedrooms, 2 porches, huge lot with everything, schools, buses, church, shopping.

newly decorated Ma room, step from Edison Junior High. fruit trees. Best in Miami for small family. Low, low I mortgage.

Jno dining qualifying.room,den Owner and fire 7585400.place good Price terms.only $12,000 Call me and on very this taxes. See: 1834 N.W. 88th Street. 2 bedrooms, screened porch, tile bath, large

MMHMMWIV one. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, yard, modern built-in kitchen all this for only
612 NW 60th SU Call anytime
DUPLEXWill 7512243. Call Owner 7588749AI $68 per month

[6,000 equity balance payable 3 Bedrooms CBS 1351 N.W. 88TH STREET

f94 mo. 656 N.W. 56th St. PL Total $10,500 only $350 down 3 large bedrooms, 2 vanity baths, wall to wall
3530. and $74 month pays a 1. Lovely -
hardwood floors, and freshly carpte, modern built-in kitchen, large refri-

eautiful comer CBS, 2 bed- painted inside and out. Thisis gerator, air conditioner, fenced yard & patio,
om and 2 bath, tile roof, car- wonderful for large family, t1
on beautiful lake. Full I price only $21,500
t, jalousie windows, awn- Veterans
Very roomy. only I
? ,
gs, air conditioner, washing $100 down Don't miss this, : 111'+<"' T't' trrlRJ' FHA. $14,000 down. Shown by appointmentonly.

achine, etc. A bargain at it won't last. A. Ben-Kori : {I; # Call now to see.
Ml,000 with $350 down and Realtor, 612 NW 60th St. call
68 month. FHA. Life Realty, anytime. 7dla2243. 235 HW7B: ri 'iTR ET'tJtrt
1 bedroom each side nicely furnished. Near
roker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. -- ,
L 94371. 1800 NW"85th Street NO QUALIFYING NO CLOSING COSTS bus & stores, only $400 down. $68 month.

ichmond Heights beauty Double car garage, corner lot. Two bedrooms CBS with Cuban tife' Fla room, huge You can live rent free here. This is a nice
4900 Total price $9,500 FHA only bedrooms, wall to wall carpet, drapes and appliances.
[ Harrison St. 3 bedroom, $250 down. This is a well home and income. Call now.
-BS, $250 down, $65 month. kept home with short term mor- Beautiful large lot, vacant, move in today. Owner asking -

mortgage Hurry on this. Mr. tgage only 15 years, drive by $800 down and $85 month. Keys in our office.
Nights & Sundays: and see then call me. A. Ben- 3 bedroom, 2 baths, hardwood floors, carport.

352748. Greater Miami Real- Kai, Realtor, 612 NW 60th St. 4 BEDROOMS AND 2 BATHROOMS Lovely Fla room, all large rooms. All of this

HI 46133. Call anytime. 7512243. $450 DOWN $95 MONTH PAYS ALL for only $13,500 FHA. $450 down.

753 NW 10th Ave. GorgeousBS No closing costs, FHA terms on this modem CBS, 4

2 story duplex.Complete- FOR RENT bedrooms Large enough for your family and you can

called in and private; a little put your mother-in-law in the Florida room. Two air HURRY NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY FOR
iansion. $795 down. Reason- 2 bedroom duplex. Corner,
ble payments. Total 15900. Edison area $27. week un- conditioners plus appliances, carpeting are included. CHRISTMAS. THESE ARE A FEW OF OUR
ly one like this. Good for 2amllies furn. or fum. A. Ben-Kori, Check this home and see the trouble free yard.
or rent out one side. Realtor, 7512243. TRADE BETTER BUYS. WE HAVE OTHERS. DON'T
love right in. Mr. Marvin. TRADE M TRADEIf

'ights & Sundays 2352748. Furnished room. Couple or your present home is too old, too small, too any DELAY CALL TODAY.

Beater Miami Realty. HI 4-- single person. Use of kitchenand thing, check with us for trade deals. We can trade on '" f < '

133.- --- living room. 6337998. almost any property after we learn the details

'treet to Street. Fenced, 2 bed- E. HARRY DENNY REALTOR
)om, CBS like new, see BISCAYNE REALTY Inc. Broker ,
748 NW 89th Terr. $300 down Need baby sitter. For two
78 month pays all. $11,500 children. 5 days a week. From 9635 NW 22 Ave. 0X1-0262 1540483THE
otal. until 5 Retired old
Ben-Kcri Realtor, Any'me 7 a.m. p.m.
: 7512243. lady who love kids. PL 1.5711. OPEN EVENINGS AND! SUNDAYS


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,,f >- 'toy* ;", i { / :: f GEORGE CARTER, reporter. j
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;. "' i "" ," <' > '<' Monday, Nov. 8 was a day J
'" of splendor at Carver III i
lligh'l ,
f t :
The PTA was honored by a ,
,,a !;. timely delivered by *
; ":' :": Mrs. Athalie Range, the guest '" K OR
r' .. ,,'. 8y'Bththeha E. D: f* speaker. Mrs. Range's,speech
'" .' .. \t \. > ri:\
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directed at both parents
Y.t': ?: ':.' t ,;.'I: 'f'.A was

':--_____:--_______________ _....,_u_ and students as all celebrated" K
American Education Week.

Are you frequently tardy from school or absent Then Another night of such a strong \ *
you're slipping away from a well balanced education. When and needed presentation,III K
; you miss school, you're missing a days education and when every parent and child of our I
I, you're tardy you're missing the few minutes that might mak e community should be present I *
the difference.Of to hear her message. She ,emphasized ...K q RAi7LERLf
course, scholarship and citizenship are very important, the need of our young p
but so is attendance. When you are ready to go on the job, people to take full advantageof *

your attendance will be as important .as the job you do; and, opportunities of educa- ...K JAMB REEI
the way in Which you do it. No business man wants a secretary tion that are offered to them. 0
who {is frequently absent. No one will hire the lawyer However, she did not spare the
who might not show up at court on the appropriate day. Every parents for their responsibilities MIAMI, BEACH CLASSIC WEEKEND *
time you are absent you are missing something which placesyou go. Parents were brought"i k
in jeopardy of that job.If face to face with their respon-
you want to be the best in anything or be consideredas sibilities, to do their part at *
the best in anything or be considered as the best you home in that their child's only ...K

must be well rounded. You must have good personality, citi- excuse today for not succeeding STARRING THE GENIUS OF FORMER FLORIDA
zenship, scholarship and attendance. will be "he is a productof / *
Those students who are absent without good excusesare his parents apathy. *t.K A&MSREAT
the ones who usually care little about school and are Needless to say, parents \\
usually the ones who decide that an education is no longer role in our community today is a. *
important. You are potential dropouts at your school. a big one. We must face our No doubt you are embarrassed to have your school at responsibilities. It is true that
the top of the list in dropouts. Then you, a loyal student to we work and must depend on >f
your school can do something about this Here are some suggestions our young people to develop
into good citizens through ed
1. Form a committee of students interested in this spe- ucation. Yet, parents cannotuse xtiS JfX
.' cifically, then seek some adult supervision. Talk to the excuse of being tired III RaS

members of your administrative staff and find out who fort the lack of interest that ORGN

these students are who are freqentlyu absent. many, show for their children.Mrs. -
', 2. Talk to the students; find out their reasons. Be sure Range emphasized, also,.
you are accompanied by an adult, preferably a mem- that parents quickly take the
ber of the school's staff. praise for their child's .success -,
3. Talk to the parents, to find out why the student, is but try to find some excuse -' *
usually absent. for the blame of their
4. Discuss the problem in a group and then bring it to a failure.

member or members of the administrative staff. Try Now parents, your community come to some solution. is what you and the young
5. Take your suggestions to the student and ask if he people make it-no better and
is willing to try your ideas. no worse. We complain about : Jf
6. Then frequently check to seek how he is doing in how our tax dollar is spent and ,.\ \c, '1

class. how wild our young people are ." > '.. Q't\ III.f .
getting. Have you thought that ., ; *
L" to'I
these young people are looking -III

helpers, laboratory helpers, for attention that is not \ ; \
B.T.W. SCHOOL NEWS library aids and' equipment being given them at home? \I \ 5f
They 8'0'getting: much of...K
The team English helpers. Students have been I ,
clr.sses presented, "Greeders" assigned to Booker T. Wash the attention they seek by van1aHsm J\ "' -

the first in a series of four ington, Dunbar Elem., Douglas : and other unsavory acts ( ; .' j it'l3 *
dramas on the theme of Who Elem., and Highland Park that cost the taxpayers more ,. K i :; t. .. ....._ -.J t -
Am I? The play was presentedin Elem. Mrs. Genevieve Lock- and more money. The schoolis
the school's auditorium on hart and Mrs. Catherine Mappare a very important organization *
Nov. 18, under the direction of work'training-advisa-s. in our community. Parents .. ,
Mr. Leroy Washington and Mrs. The Student Council presented start with it to help us solve fv 9&'S4stow
Ethel Graham. the second annual some of the problems we face

"Breeder. a tragedy in Charter Day program on Nov. in our community.Come .. 5f
17 in the school's auditorium. to our monthly PTA" r'-' "' :- \

one ors. act They presented were Sheryl all new Trout-act- All organizations were in uniform meeting and visit our school Mfi:a";s 1 T"".s < E" ,M"R, "I'
h "V>O? f
man, Delores Williams, Gloria or wore badges for the frequently; so that all of us e I">" > .f 1ff< *
William occasion. Presidents of organizations can work together to help \ < ", '" "" '
Knight, Charlie Goosby, ... "" f"
the "''' ,.. 'i. :.i) :
Covingtco and Robert Mc gave solve our problems. Let us
purposes of their organizations -meet our community needs by MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION HALL *
Coy.This series has been organized Charters were pre first planning and doing fore K
to meet the growing sented to the four new organi our children together. Make
demands of many students to zations on this year. They every second Monday of each 11 P.M. to 3 A.M. Doors Open 10 P.M. JfJf
know more about the Negro in were Industrial Art Club,Homeowners school month a date for PTA. ..
general. It shows that the Negro of America, Mathe-
has a right to be justly matics Club and the Pemx

proud of his heritage and con- Club. i Tit k'e s nnrsol 4dta l a hg''ragt l Butrptt;
tributions to American life. Congratulations to "La r
It also creates an awarenessof France" the French Club car REDUCELose
common beginning of man- in receiving first place award Jf
to poundsWEEKLY
kind to promote better human for the best decorated car in up K

relations the Homecoming parade. The
Other coming attractions of homeroom received
11-2 second
1545 S. V 1st Street
the series are "Nat Turner"on place and Miss Sopho '
Dec tuber 2, starring Henry more car received third place. FR 3-2748

Rutledge; "Bad Man" on Dece- The Girls Senate, Hosts
mber 8 and "Earth and Stars"on and Hostesses and Athletic DR. LONG'S CLINIC
February 16 and 17. Association took on the project at
Approximately 100 BookerT. #II "I#" ." #-r !
of stuffing and address-
assigned. Washington jobs this students year on were the ing envelopes for the Marchof ........w..... .. .._......'.....m. ._.

Neighborhood Youth Crop Program Dimes. Approximately 32
duties seniors were interviewed by
Students job are
representatives from the Flori
clerical, teacher's aid, E.T.V.
da State Employment Services
aid custodian helpers maid '

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Carroll Williams, formerly of the Curley High has 1

done a great job for Xsvier University of Ohio who f' >
wound up the season with an 8-2 record, best in years. ,1. r ---- -- BERNARD SMITH

Cyril Pinder out of Attucks Hollywood in his first (Defensive End) Tornadoes leading tack
Tornadoes second leadIng ler. Made 19 tackles In one
with Illinois has really showed UM's Charlie
year tackier has mad. 6 game. Has made 11 pass In
that he made a big mistake in passing him up. pass Interceptions. terceptions.Committee .

Some scouts around these parts have missed the House of Photography
> boat.
(Quarterback) (End)
Dode's leading passer. Lead Dad County In
CARVER TOPS MAYS FOR SECOND TIME having completed 72 of 126 post receiving and Is 4tttpastes
> for an astounding In scoring with 8 TDs for
Carver High's awesome offense rolled up 544 yards 1,074 yards. 48 points.
-242 on the running and passing of Ollis Carson

.. -and routed Mays High, 36-0, at Homestead. The two

teams met earlier in the season with Carver winning.

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Carson scored twice, both times on runs of two a, + 6R

yards, and Albert Hanna picked up two TDs on passes

. of 63 and 20 yards from Clarence Patterson, who com- 1 '. tf{ s' l

pleted nine of 13 for 251 yards. It was Carver's eigth

victory in 10 games. / +

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Florida State University broke the athletic color h /g W4 t 71Ir +,2i

. barrier recently when a 19-year-old Negro freshman become -

the first member of his race to don a Seminole

sports uniform.

. Fred Flowers, a graduate of Lincoln High schoolwas

the winning pitcher as Florida State's varsity

baseball team defeated an all-star alumni team, 5-4, in

an exhibition game.
Flowers will be candidate for the FSU freshman U U 4l

baseball team when practice begins next spring.

Each year the Tropical Park management does .,IJ' 1

everything possible for the comfort of the public. Theytry

their best to bring in the best horses and jockeys.Two .

of the outstanding apprentice boys who will

ride here are Early Fires and Jorge Velasquez. Jorgewas 4 i
the leading Jockey at Garden State. There are 30 Plans For Orange Blossom Classic Here Dec.

horses entered for Thursday's handicap. Sat.,. Nov. 27, The Orange Blossom Clas- are Front Row (seated, L-Rt Second Row (seated, L-R): Wyche, Benn-Cole staff; Robert
there are 18 horses entered for the Alligator Handicap. Committee held its annual Edwin Demeritte, FAMU Alumni William Rolle; WilliarrJ. Stir- O. Venn, President, Venn-
Tropical has become one of the outstanding tracks in President (Miami): Clifton rup, OBC Parace Marshal; L. Cole & Associates; Joe Saun-
luncheon here and announced L. Brooks Charles ders Saunders & Bell Advertising
the ; Hadley; ,
and mutal bet-
country. Each year the attendance final plans for the 33rd annual Dyson, Florida Board of Re- and R. Nathaniel Niles, FAMU ; Charles Lockhart ;
ting go up. I am given to understand that Saul Silberman classic football game to be gents: Dr. Oeorge W. Oore, Jr., Athletic Business Manager. David Dobbs; Dr. Charles

was the first in line to bring betting such as the held December 4 in Miami's FAMU President; Dr. A. S. Third Row (standing, L-R): Smith; Mr. Coleman; Willis

Twin Double,extra races, and so forth for improvement I Orange Bowl Stadium. The (Jake) Oaither, FAMU Head D. C. Collington, FAMU Sports Murray; Traz Powell; Dr. Nathaniel -
of racing. He also does his best for the benefit of the luncheon was attended by com- football coach; Dr. William P. Information Director; Ruth Kas- Colston;James Wanza;
I mittee members, shown aboveat Foster, FAMU Band Director; sewitz, Venn-Cole Account Nick Ajhar, Venn-Cole staff;
public. Julie Cole publicity director is doing a tremen-
an earlier planning meeting, Executive; Art Laskey, UM and Rosamond Rice, Vem-
and H. R.
dous job for the advencement of this track Dr. Ira P. Davis;
press, radio and TV personal- Ticket Manager; Harry Horn, Cole staff.
,,, FAMU Business
.. < N\ ities and city officials. Partridge, Venn-Coin staff; Paul H.
Members of the committee
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Florida A&M University thus far this season. Their end Andre White took a 14- three Rattler quarterbacks'
The previous high was 41 last week yard touchdown toss from Ken only 22 seconds remained in
led halfback Eu-
Rattlers, against Southern University. Riley, the second of three the game.
their 60th
NOW OPENS :gene Thomas won Inter- The Rattlers scored two of Rattler quarterbacks. The lone Bethune-Cookman
consecutive Southern
thai touchdowns within a Neither team scored in the touchdonw was scored as Eli-
I collegiate Athletic Conferencegame peiod of 42 seconds at the third but the Rattlersgot FAMU
took punt
IJ quarter, jah Oipson a
J and clinched the league end of the first half. FAMU
back on the Scoreboardwith from his 20 and raced back to
their third touchdownas
1 title this season with an im- scored
1I I pressive 47-8 win over Be- Leonard Kelly intercepteda 6:50: remaining in the the 41. Completing three suc-
S r I Y x B-CC pass at the Bethune- On a sustained 54-yard
1 1'I thune Cookman College. game. cessive passes, covering a total -
The fleet-footed halfbackran Cookman 28 and' returned the drive, the Rattlers' quarterback of 28 yards, Daniel Cooper
L,1 of six five ball there. With 12 seconds Morand connected
' I for touchdowns again on took the 31-yard touchdownpass
II It I and five yards in scoring three left, end Art Robinson took a passes of 11 and 27 yards to from quarterback Oeorge
t of the seven FAMU touch- 15-yard touchdown pass from end Art Robinson, with Thomas King.Next
juwns.: quarterback Elroy Morand. taking it over from the five. week, the Rattlers
$ The first Rattler touchdown meet the Texas Southern Uni-
left the Ratt-
J The victory while came as a safety Roger Finnie On the third play from scrimmage versity Tigers in the Jacksonville -
with 7-1 record
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he: Wildcats have a 5-2-1 season blocked Clewis Wright's puntat after taking the ball at Classic in Jacksonville.
JAY BAKER mark. the B-CC three. Miamian their 43, Thomas went over The following SaturdayDec. 4
The FAMU defensive unit Sam Anderson took the ball for his final touchdown, with a the Rattlers como to Miami for
over from there with 12:30: re- five-yard plunge. The five- their amual
vas at its best in allowing Orange Blossom
I 3-CC only 41 yards rushing maining in the first quarter, yard touchdown run was set up Classic game with a leading
six first downs. A&M also in- for the initial Rattler touch- by a 54-yard pass play from opponent. This year will be
t ercepted four B-CC passes. down.FAMU A&M quarterback Alonzo Gilbert tho 33rd yoar 'of the Orange
The defensive unit set up scored again with a Ml ami an, to end Art Blossom Classic** '/xitence.
\ he 'first four Rattler touch- ;, 8:34 remain'it; In the first RobiM on. The OBC opponents of the Rattlers -
lowns. quarter as Preston Johnson intercepted The' final Rattler touch- was announ cod by Coach
The 47 points scored by a aCC George King down came as Eugene Milton Jake Oaither earlier this week
Y r r he Rattlers was the highest pass at the B-CC 47 and racedto took a 52-yard touchdown pass in Miami, in a press luncheon
t he FAMU squad has amassed the 25 Five plays later, from Ken Riley, the second of held in the sunny city.F .

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